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October 18, 1985 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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good-sized sign that cost $50 a
letter. We were so tight for cash
that we couldn't afford the last
E. We saved the 50 bucks and
the place was 'called Club Dur-
ant."
"Five months later, Harris
sold his part of the club for
$3,500. He later sang in Chicago
and recalled the night before the
1929 St. Valentine's Day gangs-
ter massacre. He sang 0 Solo
Mio and My Yiddishe Momma
at Bugs Moran's party.
"The 1940s was a fabulous
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and well-remembered era.
"On New Year's Day of 1940
Americans were lining up at
movie theaters to see Gone With
the Wind. They were feeding
nickels into juke boxes to hear
Wee Bonnie Baker warble Oh,-

"President Franklin D.
Roosevelt in one of his famous
fireside chats told Americans
their boys would not be sent to
any foreign wars.
"A replar Friday night cere-
mony was a club meeting for
girls, generally crashed by the
guys, followed by an all girl
sleep-in called a slumber party.
"Best sellers were Green Eyes,

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• Steak Salad • Surf & Turf

SUNDAY SPECIAL_

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"Thousands of frenzied bob-
bysoxers bombarded Sinatra,
`The King of Swoon.' The Voice'
has faded and new songs and
singers have come and gone.
But for those who remember the
'40s, there'll never be another
idol like Francis Albert Sinatra.
"How did some people react
when the shattering news about
Pearl Harbor turned a peaceful
Dec. 7, 1941 into bloody Sun-
day? Many remember being
frightened and stunned. But
others, listening' to the radio,
called newsrooms and asked,
'Have you got any score on the
game between the Chicago
Bears and the Cardinals? Aren't
you getting anything besides
that war stuff?'
"Some thought Pearl Harbor
was another Orson Welles hoax
and others complained about
spoiling their Sunday dinner.
"Almost everything Ameri-
cans really like to eat — meat,
coffee, butter, cheese, sugar —
were strictly rationed by a point
system which drove housewives
and grocers crazy. Yet the war-
time U.S. was fed better than
ever before. In 1945, the last
year of the conflict, the Depart-
ment of Agriculture reported
that Americans ate more food
and spent more on victuals than
at any other time in history.
"This brings to mind the meat
boycott in 1973 when shoppers
were asking how much ham-
burger, was, not by the pound,
by the carat.
"Spaghetti without the good
old-fashioned spicy Italian
meata belle lust wasn't the
same. Tuna casserole, tuna de-
light, tuna salad, tuna cutlets
and tuna surprise got to taste
like Chicken of the Sea rejects
they throw back into the water.
"You could make French fried
cauliflower but cauliflower was

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