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October 25, 1985 - Image 68

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cruited in 1953 are still with me
and I'm (still) playing the same
clubs," the musician stated.
Rosenow has not been forgot-
ten by his fellow Shanghai im-
migrants, Berl Falbaum was a
very young boy in Shanghai, but
he remembeis Rosenow.
"He played at my bar mitzvah
and at my wedding and for a
number of Shanghai German
Jews who came to this country."
Charlie Weiner is an original
Continental and serves as
Rosenow's arranger, the second
in command. He, like Rosenow,
enjoys his work tremendously. "I
like any music if it's played
well," he explained.
Weiner's wife, Ingeborg, is
also a native of Shanghai. The
long-time band member recently
retired from Cass Tech High
School where he was a counselor
for the music department. He
has had some music published
by a New York company, and
has also played with The Detroit
Concert Band.
The Continentals admire and
respect their talented leader,
who got his show business start
as a child actor in Germany, ap-
pearing in 26 .films. The band
leader is fluent in six languages
— English, 'German, Yiddish,
'Chinese, Russian and French —
so communication with band
members or the audience is al-
most never a problem:-
While he devotes much of his
time to the Continentals . and
their bookings, Rosenow still
finds time for B'nai B'rith's Al-
bert Einstein Lodge and other

Friday, October 25, 1985 69

activities within the community.
In 1981, he was honored for his
outstanding service to Israel
Bonds and he is past vice
president of Shaarit Haplaytah,
the Detroit-area organization of
Holocaust survivors.
"I'm enjoying my, work and I
don't think about retiring," he
said. "I enjoy it, so it's really nbt
that hard 'work. I've been doing
it all my life.
"(The late) Guy . Lombardo,
Benny Goodman -- they've all
done it. I'm the big local potato.
Rosenow has played many
roles in his almost 70 years.
From child actor, refugee, to la-
borer at the Dodge Main Fac-
tory in Hamtramck."And now he
has found his niche as a popular
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