28 December 5, 1975
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
If a man does not go after -
wisdom, wisdom will not
The Rose Marie Floyd
come to him.
—The Talmud Contemporary Civic Ballet
Company will be featured
with the Oak Park Sym-
phony Orchestra in a con-
rAerleF, :■ cCrt
cert 3 p.m. Sunday at Oak
521 I JOHN R
Tickets are available at
Re. 6 8. 7 Mde Rd%
the Oak Park Community
Center and Library, Hud-
son's and at Harrison's Viol-
CO M O'S
to Leave Detroit
Restaurant & Pizzeria
* EXCELLENT *
Bob Garelick has decided
to close his art gallery, Gar-,
elick's Gallery, Dec. 24 after
25 years in the metropolitan
According to Garelick,
the gallery will be moved to
Scottsdale, Ariz., "to sup-
port real art with a mes-
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LUNCH MON.-FRI., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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(Continued from Page 26) BROADWAY MARKET
ing celebration . . . proba- . . . If you possessed the
bly after the first of the arches of a hod carrier,
year . . . This time, says speed of a trackman and
owner Pete Cavataio, it will durability of a tank — you
had all the necessary equip-
be done right!
to lunch at the Broad-
LETTER FROM . . . ment
Market, Broadway and
Margaret Sofferin . . . wife way
Grand River . . . This ve-
of Sammy Sofferin, in Bay nerable institution was at-
Harbor Island, Florida, tended by Detroit's most
sends thanks for the item cosmopolitan clientele . . .
about his Wonder Bar on
the lunch hour on al-
Washington Blvd. . . . "I During
any given day the
guess that's what life's all most
place was crowded with
about," she writes. "To live judges,
unemployed day la-
so that you leave a mark of borers, tycoons,
yourself never to be forgot- pressed salesmen
ten. In this way you are al- ther a time or financial
ways alive in the hearts of point of view) and all sorts
many. I was in Detroit this
summer and an old friend of people from all walks of
told of a group talking about life . . .
The attractions of the
the Powatan and Wonder
Bar, the wonderful atmos- Broadway Market were
phere, the concern for the twofold . . . It was very
guest, the service, and Sam- quick, if you were in a
my's smile. Where today hurry, and you wouldn't get
many places rush your food a better sandwich — corned
and there is no owner to beef, roast beef or what
greet you. As you talked have you, for less money in
about, Sam would never sell Detroit . . . Because of this,
out downtown until he lost a it was always crowded ar-
hunch and $96,000 in two ound Kreger's beverage, but
years. He wouldn't believe the turnover was so fast
that people were afraid to that it took only a few min-
come downtown. I am 74 utes to eat . . . You might
years old now. Sam would have been jostled by the
crowd around Kreger's bev-
have been 76."
LIFELONG AMBI- erage stand, but if you were
of songwriter fast you had no trouble . . .
Sammy Kahn was to do a Regulars at the Broadway
show . . . and at age 63, his Market were sharply di-
dream came true with vided into two categories
"Words & Music" at the Mu- . . . They rarely spoke to
sic Hall . . . At Stage Deli- each other . . .
catessen on Nine Mile in
One faction was com-
Oak Park, Sammy told of posed of "do-it-yourselfers"
this being his first and ex- . . . This group purchased
pecting to be back in Detroit one of several varieties of
a couple of more times . . . buns from Janet Burrows'
Among the many folks with bakeries (she had three
Sammy was Bert Gordon,
there) and then went to Bru-
local real estate gent, who no's Delicatessen for hot
himself is an amateur song roast beef or cold cuts . . .
writer . . . Nice guy The cost of this delight
Sammy gave Bert some of would run anywhere from
his original material . . . five to eight cents for the
Most of the others, many bun and 20 to 40 cents for
with the show, ate like they the meat . . . Slap on a bit
were going to the chair . . . of mustard and hot-foot it
He doesn't look it, but down to Kregers. At Kre-
Sammy Kahn is one of the gers they sold some three
finest song writers that ever dozen kinds of drink, rang-
ing from coffee and milk to
_ZOUNDS ALIVE! We creamed blueberry drink or
finally won a door prize! a dozen other fruit drinks.
. . . But alas and alack, it
was too good to be true . . .
staunchly clung to Mrs.
and we didn't break our rec-
Harry Lefkofsky's delica-
ord at the Crescent Shrine tessen where, for a nominal
Feather Party . . . Must sum, you could get the best
have been the boo boo we corned beef sandwich in the
made in the column by say- city, custom tailored by ex-
ing it was a Perfection af-
pert sandwich makers . .
fair . . . Anyhoo, one guy
If you were the kind of bloke
said they had torn up the
that thought ice cold beer
other ticket and another
and corned beef sandwiches
said it wasn't the right num-
were a delight, then Buck
ber (even though our com-
Isrow's little shop would sell
panion had missed by one
you a bottle . . . Buck didn't
number — ours) . . . The
even mind if you got your
Crescent Shriners had to
sandwich elsewhere, he was
give a gift away every five
the only one that sold beer
minutes (except ours) . . .
. . . All of this dining was
Too bad no coffee, pretzels
done from a perpendicular
or potato chips . . . just
position, a great aid to the
hard drinks sold by Raleigh
digestion . . . Over the long
House . . . Next affair
haul, the parquet floor got a
should look to a faster mov-
little hard but wandering
through the bizarre and
HOUR wonderful display counters
GLASS on W. McNichols was fit compensation . . .
was packed to the rafters on
Even if you weren't hungry,
a recent Tuesday evening
the Broadway Market was
. . Twas Talent Night with
worth a visit.
Hank Olifson doing a good
job as emcee.
A fast-day is the eve of a
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at spots of yesteryears . . feast-day.
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7 a.m.-12 Noon
2 ELKS N. OF 11 MILE
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when we throw a
for fifty years now.
petrty, we really know h w to make it perfect.
And that makes thin a lot easier for you.
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So be a guest at your ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nanc Day, at 356-0652.
21100 Northwes ern Highway