Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on February 10, 1955 · 29
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 29

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Liberace Dates Sonja, Denies Romance Rumors Peluso Will Run Las Vegas Hotel : II . ' ' fa. ... j ' g A Ar WlrcphU USERACE and SONJA HEME "Not serious ... We just like to be with each ether." HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 10. in G7J Pianist Liberace today denied Hollywood rumors a romance may be developing between him and his recent dating companion, ice skating star Sonja Henie. The mild-mannered musician, who last week dated Miss Henie three nights a row, including her big party at Ciro's nightclub, shyly brushed aside reports of a romance. "I don't know anyone I would rather be with," Liberace said, "but it's not serious. We just like to be with each other." Jewish Welfare Federation To Observe Tercentenary A dramatic presentation en titled The Tercentenary Comes to the Federation" will be held at the 31st annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Federation at 8 p.m. Feb. 20 in the audi torium of Temple Beth Abra ham. 327 MacArthur Blvd. In keeping with the commem oration of the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in America. the program will relate events leading to the growth of the federation and the Jewish community in this area in the last 75 years. The drama was written by Ray Helpern. It is being pro duced by Louis Roller. C&ntor Burton L. Kaplan of Temple Beth Abraham will sing during the program. Lawrence Simon-, president of the federation, will preside at the meeting, which will begin with a short business session. Breaking with a custom of previous years, no dinner will be held at this year's meeting. At the business session an election will be held to fill vacancies on the board of directors and federation members will be asked to consider changes in the bylaws. The following have been pro posed by the nominating com mittee for election to the board Harry B. Epstein, Mrs. Louis Smook. Nat Nevy, Sydney J. Silverstein. Philip Scheibner, John Sills, David Rosen, Mrs. Nat Kessler and Moms Lerman, all for three-year terms, and Leon Mandelson, two-year term. Herman Hertz is serving as chairman of the committee ar ranging the meeting. Refresh ments will be served by mem bers of the Volunteer Women's Service Board. William E. Peluso. . Oakland tavern and restaurant owner, is a "major partner with gambler Tony Cornero Stralla in the $10,000,000 Stardust Hotel, scheduled to open on Las Vegas' famed strip in May. This was disclosed with the filing in Carson City, Nev of a formal application for a gam' bling license for the resort a license the Nevada State Tax Commission is reported to have said it will never grant as long as Stralla is connected with the enterprise. Peluso, who, operates a res taurant and bar at 316 14th St in Oakland, said that he will be Stardust He plans to keep his business here, he said, but will move his family to Nevada. The Nevada Tax Commission's dislike for Stralla, who operated gambling ship's off South ern . California's coast until stopped by Earl Warren, then the state's attorney general, became obvious when he made an 'informal application for the Stardust license last ApriL At that time the commission denied it informally on the grounds that it was policy not to accept applications until a building is one-third completed. However, it is reported, tne commission notified Stralla last a resident manager at the new fall that it would not grant him oiid's Heats LOUIS STORE, 45ih & ?tte&&fh, Oakland P-X MARKET, Ilayvcrd Strip P-X MARKET, Gregory Village KEYSTONE MKT., 14327 E. 14th, San Lesndro PRICES EFFECTIVE FULL WEEK. FEB. 10 thru FEB. 16 GRAIN FED BEEF 'STEMS' GRAIN FED BEEF EVERYONE CAN AFFORD STEAK AT THESE PRICES riEW YORK GUTS Ib. 73 DOIIELESS TOP ROUIID Ib. 53 SWISS Boneless Holloa Round ... Ib. 07 T-BOIIES Ib. C9 a license at any time as long as present members of the commission hold office. Stralla Is listed as president of the Stardust; which has nine major stockholders and 1,138 others who each own less than two per cent. A formal application for a gambling license lor the Star dust was filed Jan. 31, just prior to tne elf ecu ve time of -the Nevada State Legislature's temporary moratorium on issuance of new gambling permits. William Gallagher, supervisor of the tax commission's cam- Mine division said in Carson City yesterday that the application has been given a first reading. Re could not say when it would be decided, pointing out that investigations usually take aoout eo aays. Oakland Tribune, Thursday, Feb. 10, 1955 27 Wesleyan Alumni Meeting Tomorrow Professor Emeritus Allen C Conger of Ohio Wesleyan Uni versity will speak at a reception sponsored by the Ohio Wesleyan University- Alumni of the Bay Area tomorrow night The affair will be held at 8 pjn. at tne Trinity xvietnocust Church, Bancroft Ave. and Dana SU Berkeley. All alumni of the university and their parents and friends are invited to attend the recep-' tion, according to Clifford L. Dochterman, president of the alumni group. . Beet Plantings WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. Of the entire cultivated area of the United States, only about two-tenths of one per cent is used to grow sugar beets, farm surveys indicate. Limited time only! 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