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DANNY RA

IS IT THE END OF a legend in seating 65 people . . . Hy put all
the delicatessen - restaurant bus- the money, he, had in the register
iness of Detroit? . Or will one of for change that first day . . . $45
the last remaining deli men from . but Norman's suggestion and
away-back-when take a short re- Hy and Helen's great persever-
tirement only . . . and get back ance were such that the $45
354-6060
into what he knows probably as turned out to be a great invest-
much or more than so many ment.
Of course, his two barrister sons
others in the game?
A sign on the window of Hy won't have a place to go behind
Horenstein Delicatessen, the counter and cut their own
Coolidge and Ten Mile; reads, sandwiches at lunchtime . . . and
"I've RETIRED. Closed. Thank the bevy of signs will probably be
you for 60 years of business and changed by whoever buys the
friendship." place, but to be sure, Hy has paid
Another sign reads, "Delicates- his dues, so to speak, in the de-
sen for sale. Call 559-9550 . . . licatessen business . . . and com-
There's a third window sign, too, fortable "retirement" is a most de-
"Legal Services. Horenstein & serving reward for him.
Horenstein, attorneys at law, Soh Raymond calls one of the
559-9550," listing everything back booths a place that put him
that comes into a courtroom, with through law school . . . "I studied
names and sons Raymond, Joseph there so much, the law book pages
and daughter-in-law Margaret, began to smell like pickles and
Joe's wife . . . Ray and Joe are corned beef." . . . Both Ray and Joe
handling the sale of dad's deli . . . began cutting their - own
"Maggie" is with L. Brooks Pat- sandwiches back on Dexter, 30
terson's prosecuting attorney's of- years ago . . . Joe came in from
school every weekend to work for
five.
It was a "retirement" party for dad, slicing beef and waiting on
Hy . . . and no more appropos than tables.
Hy has always been pretty
to have it at a place he knows best
. . . for so long . . . a delicatessen much of a "one-man show" . . . cut-
. . . Also appropriate that the "re- ting his own corned beef, frying
tirment" party was at last place of his own french fries (he never
business owned by Hy. used a frozen fry) . ... Until Oak
Sixty years ago, Hy Horenstein Park, he never owned a potato
worked as a busboy at Boesky's on ,peeler . . . 'He always cooked and
12th and Hazelwood . . . and then steamed his own beef, waited on
as a counterman there with Al tables, never having more than
Mendelsohn of Nate & Al's fame two waitresses at any of his places
. . only one on Coolidge . . . wash-
in Los Angeles, Calif.
His next move. was to another ing dishes (he was one of the first
Boesky's, owned by Sam Boesky, ones to have a new-fangled dish
late owner of the great Darby's .. . washer machine back on Dexter
After a year, Hy took care of the and Boston) . •. . and even cleaned
meat counter at bar owned by Al and waxed the floors by himself
Ackerman on Michigan and First . . . He never was too good at
. . . His last job working for others washing windows.
Hy's retirement party was a
-was at the original' Brass Bail,
owned by Bill Boesky and Joe bevy of —nostalgia . Jack
Freedman, next to Kinsel Drugs Goldberg, owner with wife Har-
riet of Stage, & Co. on the
on Michigan.-
Hy then became an owner of his Boardwalk, was 12 years old
own place 55 years ago on Farmer when he worked for Hy as a bus-
and Monroe . . . He called it Hy 130y on Dexter and Boston . . Be-
Horenstein's . . . and that's what fore Jack left six months later, Hy
had trained him to be a counter-
it has been ever since.
In 1945, when Hy decided on man . . . The hat Jack brought Hy,
the location of Six Mile and Santa "Time For Fishing," had a moving
Barbara, people asked, "Where clock on the front, tun by batteries
are you going, out of the country?" . . . Hy wore it the entire evening.
Others at the party 'included
. . . After three years, he took over
the two-store spot on the corner of Bennette Terebelo, former part-
Luncheon 11am-3pm
Dexter and Boston Blvd. with its ner with RonForman at the Bread
-Hors d'oeuvres 4pm-7prn
150 seats . . . Five years later, Hy , Basket in Lincoln Center, now
Dinner 5prn-11pm
moved, across the street next to selling real estate . . . Esther
Frlday & SatUrdaylli
Epstein's Bakery and was happier Wasserman Manko wants to work
with thelittle 20-seater . .Buthe on organizing a Social, Inc. reun-
midnight
more than doubled this, capacity ion . . . Hubby Norman has had
Cocktallslil 2am
on his next move . . . to Livernois nine. heart bypasses . . . Al Betz
Reservations accepted
and Seven Mile, next to Bosco's will soon celebrate Ws 70th birth-
at 642-2430
Barber Shop . . . with 45 seats. day . . . He and wifiBeverly work
30100 Telegraph (north
. Hy's wife, Helen, who passed on together and will miss Hy's deli
of 12 mile, next to
in 1971, was at liis side when they . . . their office has Wen just down
made the biggest move of their the street.for 20 years . . where
Jacques restaurant)
lives other than getting married he is both a tax attorney and in
. .. Norman Cottler, who celeb- general practice .. . Paul Winter
rates a 90th birthday in February, doesn't care what Ott' say about
told of his shopping center being his hats as long at they're noticed
. Hy and Ann Krupp look won-
built on Coolidge and Ten Mile .
Hy has completely re-
He had a spot for Hy . . . Nitta- derful
ally, it would be called Hy covered from his stroke and is in
.
Horanstein'e . . . He preferred to fighting trim shape.
Letter. from Juilius Pollack,
work alone, even though. having
three yotmger brothers with del former •wner of Vienna
licatessen experience : .. Max; Wholesale, now living in Florida,
L was a gem .. . Five years ago, Hy
Lou and Sam.
RESTAU
- fil,venty three -years ago, Hy s received a "Vienna
P 1 -A N 0 •
opened what was to be the last . Hall of Fame" plaque from the
delicatessen owned by him . . . Chicago company for dealing with

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