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March 13, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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Friday, March 13, 1987

ENTERTAINMENT

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

642-3131

LISTENING POST

DANNY RASKIN

RUDY NEWMAN, board
chairman of First Financial
Mortgage Corp. on Civic Cen-
ter Drive in Southfield, isn't
hobbling around on crutches
because of a skiing accident
... The cast is result of
heavy log falling on Rudy's
left foot, requiring six pins
... He'll soon be ready for a
walking cast ... Put another
log on the fire, Rudy ... Bet-
ter still, let someone else do
it.
EYESORE DEPT. ...
That blue bus always parked
in empty lot by New Orleans
Mall on Ten Mile Rd. west of
Greenfield.
CONGRATS ... to Laura
and Allan Cohen, president of
the Detroit Area Kosher
Meat Dealers Association ...
on their 40th anniversary.
SCOTT'S DEPT.... "Hey
Dad, you got little Matthew
angry. He wants to know
why you forgot great-
grandfather Louis' name last
week when mentioning about
being born on Feb. 22, an-
niversary of his and Great-
grandma Minnie's marriage
in 1910. Well, not exactly
angry, Dad. Matt's too busy
eating and sleeping to get
mad at anything . . . and
really could care less at this
stage of the game."
SUSAN
WINTON-
FEINBERG, president and
head designer of Walter Herz
Interiors, will discuss "The
Secrets ... concepts, colors
and design" at Temple Beth
El Sisterhood luncheon,
March 23, 12 noon ... Mem-
bers $3.50, guests $4 ...
Send check by March 16 to
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El,
7400 Telegraph Rd., Bir-
mingham, Mi. 48010, Att:
March 23 luncheon ... For
more info call Marlene
Goodman, 661-4465.
CONGRATS ... to Ben
Feldstein, wintering in
Florida ... on his 75th birth-
day ... Son Robert Feldstein
is one of Lee Ioccoca's attor-
neys.
MAIL DEPT. ... "Saw
your article about kosher po-
tato chips and must tell you
about Charles Potato Chips.
They sell kosher for Passover
chips which we tried last
year and were excellent.
They're also circle U all year
long. Local distributor is Lou
Brown, member of Perfection
Lodge and Crescent Shrine
Club."
PLACE AND DATE for
the Alger School reunion's
first organizational meeting
was last Tuesday at Jewish
Community Center. ... Ask
Lou Lynden when the next
meeting is ... 737-2427.
BACK IN 1937, Wilfred
"Brod" Doner opened his own
ad agency with two people
and no accounts . . . After

graduating from Universityof
Wisconsin, he turned down
an opportunity to join the
family business, Michigan
Chandelier ... and went to
work for a local ad firm ...
After 18 months, "Brod" and
several other staff members
were given their "walking
Papers."
Today, as his agency celeb-
rates its 50th year, "Brod's"
company has grown to eight
offices with 500 employees
... Baltimore, Cleveland,
Chicago, Detroit, Montreal,
Los Angeles, St. Petersburg
ad Toronto.
Amazing part of the Doner
50-year story is that he has
done what most people con-
sidered impossible ... estab-
lish a major advertising
agency in Detroit without an
automobile account ... The
client diverse list ranges from
pickles to hot dogs to hospi-
tals to supermarkets, etc.
"Brod" is still active . . .
and with wife Rolla, lives in
Birmingham. They have six
children and 11
grandchildren.
FOR MORE INFO ON
plans about Oak Park High's
20th reunion by class of 1965,
call Nancy (Levine) Leifer,
661-5028, or Sherilyn
(Katzman) Lisagor, 626-7929.
EXHIBITION OF Fortune
magazine covers from 1930 to
1940 will be by Duke Gallery
on Woodward in Birmingham
through April 18 . . . It'll con-
tain over 80 lithographs, most
matted and/or framed, and all
for sale.
Fortune mag was first in-
troduced on premise that the
strength of America lay with
its business community ...
Though Fortune made its
debut at an unprecedented $1
a copy only months after de-
vastating stock market crash
of 1929, there was sufficient
money and interest in the
business community to sup-
port the publication, and it
survived ... Part of its suc-
cess can be attributed to the
beautiful artwork published
... The magazine's original
woodcut covers commissioned
from Diego Rivera, Paolo
Garretto, Fernand Leger and
other internationally-known
artists are some of the most
innovative of the times ...
and they are particularly un-
usual for a business publica-
tion.
LOOKING BACK on Col-
umns of Yesteryears ...
AUGUST 11, 1972 . . .
"Madsville was the word as
second session of Camp
Tamarack returned home last
Friday morning ... Buses
came into a well-organized
Northland Theater parking
lot ... with baggage ahead of
the campers and in spots
marked alphabetically

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