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New Year's Eve a blast ... Rat Pack had no substitute.
ell, he'll be gone
again tonight ...
the old geezer phe-
nomenon who can grow a
full-length beard at 1-year-
It's time to send him on his
way with a swift kick ...
unless, of course, you're sorry
to see him go ... New baby
2005 gets his or her turn next
in trying to make this the
happy New Year everyone
hopes to have.
Restaurants and night club
combinations are hoping for
a big New Year's Eve celebra-
tion with all sorts of reasons
The usual wishes will be
there too ... for peace on
earth and good health.
New Year's Eve memories
for folks are many ... as
they prepare for another
gala evening ... I've thank-
fully had some wonderful
ones ... but the standout to
me was back around the
early 1970s, I believe, and
spending it in Las Vegas,
where so many former
Detroiters worked and
seemed to be everywhere.
"Chappie" Shapiro, pit
boss at the Frontier, "Bath
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New Year's Eve on the Las Vegas Strip.
to make merry ... If so, unless you have
reservations, best recommendation is to
first find out if you can get in before
going to a chosen spot, even though it is
having open house.
Still plenty of house parties, club and
hall parties, stay-at-home TV'ing with
Times Square festivities ... and even lots
of people going to bed early so they can
have a full schedule of New Year's Day
But most of all ... and in large num-
bers, folks will be bursting balloons,
hurling confetti and wearing crazy hats
at local nitery and hotel all-out-fun fes-
When it comes to celebrating New
Year's Eve, United States residents are
always enthused about ringing in the
And 2005 will have an important sig-
nificance since at the stroke of 12 so
many people will be drinking a toast
with fervent wishes that the presidential
election will give the country an upright
House" Sam Rosen, who had a bath
house years back on Beaubian and
Alfred, night manager at the Frontier,
Georgie Riff headed Baccarat at Caesar's
Palace, Aron "Bananas" Herman, night
manager of pit bosses at the Dunes,
Nate Glassman, night manager at the
Flamingo, Stu Segal, pit boss at the
Tropicana, Charlie Durst at the
Tropicana Baccarat table.
Sol "Little Fish" Bromberg dealt 21 at
the Aladdin, "Dudgie" Yovitz, pit boss at
the Flamingo, Moe Miller, casino man-
ager at the Flamingo, Charlie Harrison,
executive vice president at the Riviera,
Joe Bommarito, 21 dealer at the Sahara,
Johnny Ryan (Irving Leib), dice table
box man at the Stardust, Charles "Big
Tootie" Horenstein, pit boss at the
Joe Lewis, former heavyweight champ,
greeted people at Caesar's Palace, Charlie
Minnazo head bossman at the Aladdin,
Georgie Williams, over 15 years at the
same spinning wheel at the Dunes,
Freddie Lombardo, night boss at the