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MYSTERY land. Feelin' Groovy by Paul
MUNCHER WRITES ...- "A Simon was another theme song
few years ago, coining of age in of the flower children. So was
the 1940s gave many party- Bob Dylan's Like a Rolling
givers an idea for a theme.•Gals Stone.
"Coming of age in the 1940s
dressed for these nostalgic fes-
tivities in sloppy sweaters, brings back memories of
pleated skirts and dirty saddle Eastwood Park, the big band
shoes. They were the bobbysox- sounds of Tommy and Jimmy
ers of the '40s.
Dorsey, Glen Miller, Benny
"Guys came in rolled-up blue Goodman, Stan Kenton, Charlie
jeans, dangling shirttails and Barnett and many more, By
loafers or zoot suits. The. fabul- 1960 standards, kids were
ous '40s are years to remember. Square.
Kids for the most part re- - / "Who would have believed in
sponded to parental discipline,— those days that in the summer
were compulsively conformist of 1969, 400,000 young persons
within their own age group and would pack a rented farm near
generally unconcerned with Woodstock, N.Y. for three dizzy-
ing days to listen to rock and
"Most were more interested in ' roll blues, wear funny clothes,
dates, acne, movie stars and sing, dance, clap hands, drink
Frank Sinatra than in boring beer, smoke pot and'make love?
facts about atomic energy.
"After the war in the late
"The 1960s was the most fas- '40s, soldiers shopped for sharp,
cinating and disturbing decade double-breasted suits. Molly
in the2Oth Century.
Goldberg said, 'Enter, whoever,
" 'Hippies' tuned out the es- and if it's nobody, I'll call back
tablishment and turned on with later.'
drugs. The music, fashions and
"Pepsi Cola hit the spot and
fads of youth influenced 1960s the 1947 Kaiser-Frazer was
lifestyles while parents from De- born. Joe Louis stalked challen-
troit to every other city in the gers and Joe DiMaggio slugged
country sprouted gray hairs.
homers. Wrestler Gorgeous
"Mothers and fathers who George in a pink satin quilted
were teenagers in the '40s robe with sequins sprayed the
agonized two decades later over ring.
their long-haired, bearded,
Among idols of the young
bare-footed, blue jeaned 'flower were DiMaggio, Vera-Ellen,
Doris Day, Franklin D.
"In the minds of many par- Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln,
ents, the 1960s spawned a gen- Babe Ruth, Roy Rogers and
eration of drug-addled, mis- Florence Nightingale. •
begotten, sanitation department
In the 1960s — the era of a
rejects living together in hippie brief shining Camelot and the
pads and communes. The gap assassinations of John and
between the 1940s and 1960s Bobby Kennedy and Martin
Luther King — kids wore but-
"In the transition, 'smooching' tons that said, 'Help, I'm having
was replaced by 'making out.' an identity crisis,"Warning,
Knitting argyle socks evolved your local police are armed and
into making macrame neckties dangerous,' Don't trust anyone
and vests. Juke box Saturday over 30,' 'Flower Power,' and
nights and jitterbugging 'We shall overcome.'
changed to super love-ins, acid
"An article in a Michigan
rock and psychedelia.
newspaper said, 'Kids take their
"During World War II on the tactics from Gandhi, their
home front, gals stood in line at idealism from philosophy class
department stores to buy rayon and their money from Daddy.'
stockings as sheer as nylons.
"Groucho Marx said, 'Kids
Meat, sugar and gas were today are detestable. Thank. God
rationed and people were trying mine are grown up. You couldn't
to make do with a scarcity of give me another one. And it's no
hairpins and eyeglasses.
good saying that the ones you
"College-deferred boys read about are in the minority.'
enlisted. Most males between
"Among idols of the young
the ages of 13 and 36 received a were
drug advocate Timothy
greeting from Uncle Sam. Leary, guru Maharishi Maresh
Everyone from Glen Miller to Yogi, Twiggy, Malcolm X, Jerry
"Tillie the Toiler' went to war.
Rubin, Abby Hoffman, Betty
"But the 1960s was the age of Friedan and Joan Baez.
Aquarius, draft dodgers, anti-
what it all boils down
war demonstrations, the Bea- to "Maybe
tles, astronauts walking on the about the war and in peace
moon and rage exploding in tween kids in the '40s and '60s.
. Watts and Detroit. And, in that
"At a 1940 party, you may
go-go decade, singles bars hand
a poster saying 'Praise the
caught on like wildfires.
Lord and Pees the Ammunition'
"Back in the '40s, popular The
1960 poster —'What if they
songs were This is the Army
a War and Nobody
Mister Jones, I Left my Heart at Gave
the. Stage Door Canteen, You'd
Be So Nice to Come Home To,
and The White Cliffs of Dover.'
In 1963, Beatlemania spread
like measles. Hefty doses of the
hippie doctrine of love and free-
dom cropped up in songs like All
You Need is Love and YelloW
Submarine. Strawberry Fields
Forever, evoked fantaeiy dream-
TURNING BACK THE
CLOCK ... to April 6, 1979 ...
broadcast by Esther Shapiro,
Detroit's consumer Affairs Di-
rector, reporting for WWJ News
"In my last broadcast I re-
Perted the latest development in
pampered pet' mania -- kosher
style dog food. The reaction has