My father called them Yuchnikoff, I don't know why. A big family, all the kids a lot older. They ran a little confectionary store store that sold all kinds of good things, including "honeymoons". They cost two for a cent. They had little things inside, you could win a prize. There was always a tin can of halavah, you could buy a piece for a couple of cents. They had a lot of daughters, quite a bit older. They worked downtown. They lived on Cartier. Pearl Nebach Maritzer writes that the Yetnikoff family may have eventually owned Mary Lee chocolate stores. Return to home page.