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July 21, 1995 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-21

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For Volvo Lovers Only

New '95 940 Sedan - Final Production Closeout

or

EASE

Sara's Deli
To Close July 31

JILL DAVIDSON SKLAR STAFF WRITER

C

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or

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LEASE
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ome Aug. 1, there
will be no more
glatt kosher restau-
rants in the Detroit
metropolitan area.
Southfield-based Sara's
Glatt Kosher Deli, the
area's only full-service, sit-
down, supervised kosher
restaurant, will close its
doors for the last time at
the end of the workday
July 31.
After six months on the
sale block, the restaurant
will close without a buyer.
Owner Morris Goodman Morris Goodman pauses beside a photo of his
said he is trying to head mother, Sara.
off further deficits that
would be incurred when the thodox groups as the reason for
restaurant would have to be the demise. Recently, he said a
dosed during holidays in the next letter was circulated in the com-
three months, including Rosh munity calling his kashrut into
Hashanah, Yom Kippur and question. Although a different
letter was distributed support-
Sukkot.
"Those are usually losing ing Mr. Goodman, it was not
months for us so we decided to backed by the Vaad Harabonim,
close at the end of this month," the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit.
he said.
"The blame should fall on the
According to Mr. Goodman,
the restaurant has been suffer- Vaad," he said, adding that the
ing from growing deficits almost council could have done more to
since it opened its doors six years show support. "Did they have a
ago. In fact, he has cut the ask- meeting? Did they try to do any-
ing price from $120,000 to thing? No, they didn't."
"That wasn't the way it should
$60,000, which would not cover
the $90,000 debt he owes to sup- have been done," he said.
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, exec-
pliers and others. Still there were
utive director of the council, said
no takers.
"This is a funny town," he said. the Vaad approved Mr. Good-
"I am closing down and nothing man's kashrut. In addition, he
said he did not know anything
is stepping in to fill the void."
Mr. Goodman said a potential about either letter.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
buyer expressed interest last
week in keeping the restaurant said the Council of Orthodox
kosher but no deposit has been Rabbis has done as much as pos-
made and negotiations are in sible to keep the restaurant from
going under.
their infancy.
"We do not charge him for the
He cited a lack of support in
the community and boycotts of supervision services," Rabbi Sil-
the establishment by some Or- berberg said. "We have bent over

35 years
with
VOLVO.
Our 2nd year
on Maple Road

624-0400

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