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You spent summers swimming at the Chandler Park pool.You had a car with a "Sock it to 'em Tigers" bumper sticker, and you remember Terry Cashman's "Tiger Baseball" song.You bought candy, pop, beer, potato chips and cigarettes, etc.You ate a Maurice Salad at.L.
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You went shopping during "DDD" ( Downtown Detroit Days ) when every store sold merchandise for 50 off or more.
You remember when Sunday meant getting dressed up to go to church, family dinners, quiet streets, and closed stores.Or to Father Bryson 's Friday night sock hops at Notre Dame HS hosted by Dave Prince where you saw Stevie Wonder, Bob Seger and the Last Heard and the Rationals.The TV2 Swimmobile held thousands of gallons of water in a portable swimming pool hauled by a semi truck that would come to your neighborhood in the summertime.Or, watching the billboard that blew smoke rings at Grand Boulevard and Gratiot while waiting at the bus stop.You watched Rita Bell's " Prize Movie." " Dialing for Dollars" with Larry Adderley, or Bob Allison of " Ask Your Neighbor " House Detective " and " Bowling for Dollars or Fred Wolf hosting " Championship Bowling " on Sunday mornings, or Don Kremer.