One of the signs posted by the Department of Site Preservation in Petah Tikva Municipality, which indicates buildings or places that are part of the city’s history.
The next photo taken that day shows the building that is currently on the site and in front of it is the sign Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
: The Grocery stores junction
This area had a center of five grocery stores. Of Mrs. Feitzer who was later sold to Arie and Esther Kalina.
On Rambam Street, today the Reuven flag, Sarah and Yitzhak Ben Nahum ran an excellent grocery store, which was the second in place.
On Ghetto Protectors Street, today the Ghetto Fighters, was a grocery store owned by Yaakov and Yona Shidrovitzky, which was adjacent to their private home.
Nearby, another grocery store by Yosef and Leah Linda (Aloni) was opened on Hagini Hagito Street, and the sign "Galantria" was displayed on it.
The Shlomo and Sara Kaplan family later received permission to open a kiosk that eventually became a grocery store.
There was a public telephone that joined the only two telephones in the area, with the Aaron Marcus family and the Joseph Marcus family.
In addition to these, there was a vegetable store of the old Altman family on Rambam Street.
Since there were many grocery stores and few residents, many groceries like challah for Shabbat and dairy products had to be ordered in advance on Thursday because the owners of the grocery stores did not want to be left with surpluses.
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