If you grew up in pre-1980s Queens, you remember the Bohack chain of supermarkets. Their HQ was on Flushing Avenue where they also had this restaurant:
(Click for large version) The building is still there with the signature "B" along the sides.
A history of the Bohack family is on Newsday's website, and from what I understand, descendants are still around the borough. Founder H.C. Bohack, a German immigrant, is buried at All Faiths Cemetery in Middle Village.
Across 69th Street from All Faiths at the corner of Metropolitan Avenue is a building that originally was a monument works, then a gas station and now a service station. Recently, the "Da Vinci" sign on the facade was removed revealing this (click for large version):
It says "H.C. BOHACK CO. INC. STA"
So my question is: Did Bohack also sell gasoline?
Lang Building photo from MGdo on Flickr.