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July 26, 1985 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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46 Friday. July 26, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BEST OF EVERYTHING

Enjoy "OPERA NIGHT' Friday evenings 7 p.m.
With Dino Valle & Jan Rae

FOOD Li- SPIRITS

118 W. WALLED LAKE DRIVE, CORNER PONTIAC TRAIL
624-1033
Walled Lake

Entertainment
7 Nights

Mon:Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Sat. 5 p.m. to 1.a.m.
Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.

FRI. 1130 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
MON.-THURS. 1130 o.m.-10 p.m.
SATURDAY 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

Greektown's Finest Cuisine

DETROIT

'AMON
CAFE
.AUTHENTIC GREEK COOKING

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

Liquor • Beer • Wine
Sun., Mon., Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.

Fri. & Sat. til 4 a.m.

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Of West Bloomfield
33010 NORTHWESTERN HWY. at 14 Mile •

. Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Mantjios
Downtown Detroit
Monroe Ave.
963.7058p

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FREE LUNCH or DINNER

Dinner 5 to 11 p.m.
MONDAY thru Sat.

Banquet Facilities
Outside Catering

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With Purchase Of Another Entree
!West Bloomfield location Only • Does Not Include Beverages Or Extras
11 • With This Coupon • Dining In Only

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FREE OFFICE DELIVERY (Lunch Only)

(formerly Freddie's)

• 10 Sandwich Combinations
• 8 Entree Salads
• Hearty Soups & Entrees

NEW
FEATURE

$2 OFF DINNERS

5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Thurs.

8 PASTA SPECIALTIES

Served Front 4 p.m.

Reservations Accepted

Includes: Appetizer, Green Salad and Resh Hot Italian Bread

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OPEN 7 DAYS 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon.-Sun.

1990 Hiller Rd.

682-1347

(Old Orchard Trail)

Between Orchard Lake Road or Haggerty Road. Pontiac
Trail to Old Orchard Trail to Hiller Road.

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ASIAN CUISINE

SEAFOOD • RESTAURANT
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The Perfect Setting For Your
Afternoon Lunch In A Subdued,
Elegant Dining Atmosphere

Specializing In The Best Quality Seafood

DINNER. FOR 2 SPECIALS
2 LAKE SUPERIOR
$ 101
• WHITEFISH DINNERS

COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH

Purchase One Of Our Luncheon Specials
Present This Ad To Your Waitperson For A
Second Luncheon Special of Equal Or Lesser Value.
Tues.-Thurs. Only — Expires 8-1-85
Present This Ad To Your Waitperson
And Receive A Complimentary Glass Of Wine.

2 BOSTON SCROD DINNERS ... $1071

INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SEAFOOD CHOWDER, SALAD OR COLE SLAW,
CHOICE OF POT. OR VEG. & BREAD BASKET

SPECIALS -GOOD ONLY

HOW: TRS.-11111M. 11 a.m.-11 pm.

Frl. 11 a.m.-12
Sat. 5 p...-1/ Mit
Si. 4 p.o.-9

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY—JULY 29 TO AUG. 15 .

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WEEKEND SPECIAL---FRI. & SAT., JULY' 26 & 21

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STUFFED. SALMON

$(195

WITH MARLY MARYLAND CRABMEAT 11 11

INCLUDES SAME AS ABOVE SPECIALS

• 4343 Orchard Lake Rd.
W. Bloomfield, MI

PINE LAKE MALL

851-5540

We Also Feature Dolly lunch '& Dinner Spe-
dais Monday Thru Thursday 11 am. to 9
p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday 12
noon to 10 p.m.

Banquet
Facilities &

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29080 SOUTHFIELD RD. AT 12 MILE
IN THE F & M PLAZA

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Business Lunches • Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials or

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exchange for Ovaltine chocolate
milk mix jar seals. Detroit area
school kids were avid members of
Annie's Secret Society with rings,
badges and secret code cards.
"Jack Armstrong, 'The All-
American Boy,' pitched Wheaties
and kids sent away for his whistle
codes, whistle rings and chart
games.
"Other favorites among the
younger set were Buck Rogers,
Tarzan, Tom Mix, Dick Tracy and,
of course, the little princess, Shir-
ley Temple.
"On one hand it was Shirley
Temple dolls and on the other it
was cops and robbers. Hard times
fostered crimes and daredevil
crooks were John Dillinger, 'Baby
Face' Nelson, 'Pretty Boy' Floyd,
Bonnie and Clyde and 'Ma'
Barker and her boys. Detroit had
its Purple Gang and Cream of
Michigan. •
"Franklin D. Roosevelt was
elected president in 1933 and De-
troit area listeners were riveted to
their radios to hear FDR's com-
forting fireside chats. He made
most people feel the president was
talking to them personally when
his fatherly voice intoned 'My
friends.'
"Then came FDR's alphabet
soup litany of agencies like the
NRA, CCC, PWA and WPA. They
were designed to regulate wages,
spur the economy and provide
jobs.
"In 'Motown' guys and gals
were kicking up their heels in
Conga lines, doing the Lambeth
Walk and jitterbugging their way
through the Big Apple. Big bands
broke loose in the late 1930s and
the swinging sound took Detroit
by storm.
"The leaders were Benny •
Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Artie
Shaw, Glenn Miller, Bob Crosby,
Jimmy Dorsey, Harry James,
Count Basie, Jimmie Lunceford
and Duke Ellington.
"'Canaries,' jive talk for female
vocalists, were Martha Tilton,
Helen O'Connell, Billie Holliday,
Mildred Bailey, Marion Hutton
and Ella Fitzgerald.
"Among memorable songs were
'Moon Over Miami,' Pennies
From Heaven,' Once in a While,'
'My Reverie,' Thanks for the
Memory,' Deep Purple,' Sunrise
Serenade,' and 'Over the Rain-
bow.'
"Detroit high school kids were
singing nonsense songs like 'Bei
Mir Bist Du Schon,"Tuttie-
Frutti,"Three Little Fishies,' and
The Flat Foot Floogie." And they
were truckin'. •
"Kids were talking jive talk in a
lingo that included 'alligator,'
'hep cat,' cuttin' the rug,' in the
groove,' and 'knocked out.'
"FDR in 1937 said one-third of
the nation was ill-housed, ill-clad
and ill-nourished. But for the luc-
kier two-thirds, it was business as
usual.
"As a political speaker, Father
Charles E. Coughlin was second
in popularity only to FDR.
Coughlin made anti-Semitic re-
marks about Jewish bankers on
his broadcasts from the Shrine of
the Little Flower in Royal Oak.
"In the mid-'30s, workers found
a voice through John L. Lewis,

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