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February 03, 1995 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-03

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HEBREW BOOK and GIFT CENTER, INC.

GRAND REOPENING

Avmhom Plotnik and the entire staff of Spitzer's would like to personally invite you
to come see our BRAND NEW STORE and take advantage of the following specials:
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$16.95
SALE $25 1 11 II SALE
limited supply

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Everyone coming in this week will receive a free gift Fill in the entry blank below and
become eligible to win a $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE good on any non-food item in the store.

ALE BEGINS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
and ends SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12.

will be held at 4:30 p.m t February 12
(one giftper family)

GIFT CERTIFICATE ENTRY BLANK

NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE

and Row Mall next to the new Farmer Jack (still under construction)

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

war, he went into business with
his uncle, Abe, his close cousin
Shaol Pozez, and his brother-in-
law Larry Kornbleet. Their com-
pany was called Payless Shoe
Source.
During the war, Mr. Pozez
would at times receive letters
from his family. "My mother told
me not to worry, that everything
was all right," he said. "Of course,
all the mail was censored at the
time."
Then the letters stopped.
Mr. Pozez realized his family
most likely had been murdered
by the Nazis, but he could not
know for certain until he saw the
list.
In addition to using the list for
discovering his own past, Mr.
Pozez has donated copies to the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Muse-
um in Washington, D.C., and to
Yad Vashem in Israel. Mr. Berry
gave a copy to the Holocaust
Memorial Center in West Bloom-
field.
As part of his research into his
history, Mr. Pozez has traveled
back to Brest, the town where he
spent his youth. He managed to
find his old high school, but the
house where he lived has been
torn down, replaced by a tele-
phone company building.
"It's very difficult to go back,"
he said. "Nobody is there any-
more." ❑

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DAVID BIBER

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Joe Stroud

The 62nd annual Intercongrega-
tional Men's Club Dinner will be
held at Adat Shalom Synagogue
on Feb. 9. Joe Stroud, editor and
senior vice-president of the De-
troit Free Press, will be the fea-
tured speaker. Men's club
members of all Detroit-area Jew-
ish congregations will participate.
The event is being held at Adat
Shalom in honor of the congrega-
tion's 50th anniversary.
Harvey Olson and Ronald
Sherr are chairing the event.
The dinner will begin with
cocktails at 6 p.m. There is a
charge. Advance reservations are
required. For further information,
call Adat Shalom, 851-5100.

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