Levin's Super Market, May 1946
The Nashville Herald, front page, May 23, 1946
NEW STORE OPENS SATURDAY
Above is an outside view of the new store of Levin’s Super Market announced to open here the approaching Saturday morning. An announcement of the opening with full details concerning the store and the stock appears on the back page of this issue of The Herald. The store is modernly equipped and arranged and is a fine addition to Nashville’s large number of grocery merchants. It is being opened by Leon Levin, a war veteran, who served over two years in the thick of fighting in Europe. Mr. Levin extends a cordial welcome to the people of Berrien County and adjoining sections to pay him a visit opening day. The store will carry a full line of merchandise and for the opening offers special prices on groceries, meats and feeds. A free parking lot for customers is provided across the street from the store.
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Retail Businesses before 1960s