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December 05, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 December 5, 197S

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SPORTS AND SHOW. THE GOOD BOOK

RAtottaismeAt:76

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GMandrin
Canionese_
Szechuen

"YESTERDAYS" AT THE Sheraton-Southfield on
Nine Mile Rd. and Southfield, is open as of last week . .
with Mel Ball and Colours doing their usual great bit a la
three guys and two gals . . . in plenty of really good music
. . . The room is exactly as the title implies . . . a page out
of yesterday . . . with wood blade propellor fans revolving
in the ceiling, old-time song sheets from the 20's and 30's on
the walls, stained glass, antiques like the crystal chandelier
that dates back to 1890 . . . from Brower's Restaurant in
Denver (originator of the chocolate soda) . . . with four
original gas jets to make it light up . . . or the stained glass
doors from the Bank of India . . . Brass railings separate
three levels . . . broken up with intimate arrangements of
settees, wingback chairs and open arm chairs . . . Even pot-
ted plants, typical of the 30's, lend an air to the nostalgic
atmosphere.
"Yesterdays" has a capac- Frank Sinatra and Tom
ity for over 200 people and Jones . . . yet is able to
between the fantastic decor come back with a Charlie
of Lou Aiello, the great Rich country or 50's sound
rhythms of Mel Ball and . . . plus just finishing re-
Colours, and the warm inti- cording four original tunes
mate atmosphere it emits, to be released shortly, he
this should in no time at all has a clever wit to go with
become one of the most pop- his versatile singing . . .
ular places around.
Dennis is backed up by a
WHENEVER ALEX musical trio of guitar, organ
KARRAS is home, he and drums.
usually has lunch at the Red
ELIOT FULLER of
Cedars on Telegraph and Eliot's Deli on Orchard Lake
Nine Mile . . . The last four Rd., tells us of the new ba-
years, Jack Freed, co-owner geldog to soon be put out
of Red Cedars with Ray
. . . It'll be a hot dog
Bresler, has been co-chair- wrapped in bagel dough . .
man of Alex's annual Ce- Eliot wonders why he didn't
lebrity Golf Classic . . . to think of it first..
raise money for Fairlawn
NOW IN THE T.O.P.
Center at Huron Valley out- Showcase spotlight for this
side Pontiac, helping men- Wednesday, at Top 0' The
tally disturbed children.
Pontch, is a seven-piece- soul
Shirley Prieur was our and contemporary group
excellent waitress during named "Melting Pot" . . .
lunch recently at the Red T.O.P. Showcase runs from
Cedars . . . bringing us an 5 to 8 p.m.
open-face prime rib sand-
Columbia Recording art-
wich that oozed with good
ist Richard Maltby and his
taste . . . This is the first orchestra continues with
anniversary of Jack and Ray very fine listening and danc-
taking over the Red Cedars, ing music Tuesday through
and the gents are going with Saturday in the new
a Monday through Saturday
$200,000 room at the Top 0'
special of broiled New York The Pontch . . . On Jan. 6,
steak served on a sizzling lovers of the Caribbean beat
platter or fresh red snapper, are in for a big treat when
both complete dinners from
the Trinidad Tripoli Steel
onion soup to coffee, tea or Band brings its calypso
Sanka . . . $4.95.
rhythms on oil drums.
NEXT BOBBIES Bash
SOLE OWNER OF the
Concert is this Sunday with Gallery Restaurant on W.
The Red Garter Band . .
10 Mile Rd., just east of Ev-
and the last one a week later ergreen, is Stephan Be-
with The Brookside Jazz En- charis . . . Any talk to the
semble plus Ursala Walker
contrary is false.
until after the holidays
JOHN AMORE, one of
. . . Wednesdays through the strongest young vocal-
Saturdays at Bobbies, on ists in the area, is back at
Telegraph, is still the very the Interlude on E. 12 Mile
fine Matt Michaels Trio
between Mound and Ryan
with Jack Brokensha and . . . His backup group, Sun-
Don Palmer, and vocalist flower, precedes him for a
Ursala Walker . .. Monday mini-concert and also plays
and Tuesday has Ami Jack- for dancing.
son at piano and vocal.
BECAUSE OF SO many
DENNIS BONO SHOW
folks who couldn't get in
with its mellow but lively
. . . or hadn't been served
sounds, is at the Playboy
properly when they finally
Club Living Room, James
did get seated, Bonfire Bar-
Couzens and Greenfield . . .
B-Q on Eight Mile will
Dennis blends a warm bari-
repeat it's 8-day grand open-
tone into a contemporary
(Continued on Page 28)
combination of Jack Jones,

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There's room service so they can enjoy breakfast in bed without bothering you.
Baby-sitting service. Airport limo service available. Plus the elegance of our totally
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Matt Michaels
Trio with
Ursula Walker,.
Wednesday-Saturday.

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(North of 12 Mile)

642-3700

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