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March 27, 1992 - Image 270

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-27

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Max Jacob Would Be Proud!
The Jewish News Celebrates 50 Years
MJacob&Sons Celebrates 107 Years

Max Jacob, at the
age of 33. Max's
dream of 100
years ago be-
came a reality
for four
generations
of the
Jacob
family.

"2nd GENERATION"

Trusting in the
judgment and
commitment of those
beyond himself. Max
Jacob looked to his
four sons: (I to r)
William, Ben, Sam,
and Aubrey.

In 1910, the firm celebrated
its 25th year in business.

The bottles have
been gathered,
sorted, and are
ready for delivery
to one of the then
21 breweries in
Detroit.

Joel E. Jacob — 4th Generation and
Marty Jacob — 3rd Generation

A RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT'S DREAM

Max's bottle company was founded on immediate service and personal attention to each
customer. He developed a business that would be strong enough to thrive 107 years later.
One which would inspire the three generations who followed him to continue the tradition
of personal service while at the same time making a positive contribution to the community.

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