May 6, at 1: There was a time when Southern American accents all sounded about the same to me, but now I live in a place where we get Southern visitors from a few different areas. But I can pick out a Kentuckian a mile away. Becky May 7, at 2:
Also a Jewish area once upon a time. Regis College, Yeoville Boys, K. S King Edward School St. Johns, Redhill, Observatory Girls, St. And Hommells fabrics and who remembers all the Tailor shops going down into Rockey Streetand a guy called Bokkie who was the Tailor great looking bloke, easy on the eye!
And does anyone remember the Purdy Boys, Neville and Leonard.
Stille water — Diepe grond, Eina! Give me a bell, hey?
Casettes, and tape recorders, reel-to-reel tape-recorders I still have one. Who remembers…… when a tub of Yoghurt cost 8c, and an Appleltizer cost the same, a bar of Cadburys chocolate cost 5c and you could get a Toasted Cheese for 15c. Hy het haar uitgeskop, verstaan jy my.
Check my new jammy! Mervyn and Jocelyn Miller from Potch. We dyed our hair black with Palette where you dropped a white tablet into some black gunky muck and we all had pitch black hair. And remember the stiff petticoats under your flared skirts, and cat-eye glasses.
Boys wore their hair sleeked back with Brylcream and Vitalis and all bought their t-shirts from the Skipper Bar. Arnie, Mervyn, Earl and Barry Sacks Black t-shirts with a thin white and red stripes around the neck. And a corresponding white tee-shirt, with black and red stripes.
And then girls started to iron their hair. I remember my Mother used to plonk my head onto the ironing board, and put a brown paper bag on top of it, and iron away until I had sleek straight hair, but then the minute it rained, I looked at though someone has plugged me into an electric socket….
GYM Bodybuilders, weight- lifters and wannabes came strutting out of Gyms such as Sam Busa and Monte Osher all fit and glistening with muscles, and killer smiles - carrying black gym bags.
Chips, here comes the Teacher. Ops me a pencil. Op Art earings in gaudy colours and the skirts continued to get shorter. Girls wore double breasted Pin stripe suits which made a come back.
The Boutiques were born. She was on every Magazine cover, often holding her Teddy Bear, feet pidgeon-toed, with beautiful big brown eyes, and a body so thin, she could fit through a crack in the wall.
Op Art earings in strange shapes and gaudy colours, shorter skirts, and flattie shoes. Johnny Martin previously known as Martin Raff was the owner, and I heard he also owned a club called Someone called Neville Peacock was the Marrakech DJ and there were psycadellic and ultra violet lights and if you stood under the latter, all your klein-goed shone like a beacon for all to see.
And the also in Hillbrow. Owned by Dave Kerney.
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