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December 26, 1986 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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has to be said . . . but so that it's
not going to hurt someone.
"Take Sinatra, for instance.
About five years ago, Sinatra
sent me a photo, autographed
with great respect and admi-
ration.' Can you tell me of any-
body else in the press who has
that?
"When Kitty Kelley (author
of His Way, the recent, con-
troversial Sinatra biography)
came to town last week, I
wouldn't interview her. Now, I
don't say Sinatra is right and I
don't say he is wrong. But why
am I going to plug a book
against him? Why?"
Eder's days are long, and
often include a hodgepodge of
telephone calls, airplane
flights, press luncheons, inter-
views, and furious scribbling to
meet close deadlines.
"It is hard work. But I love
everything about it — except
maybe the writing! For the last
three years, I've had five
(commentaries) a week. I had
to write what I did on Good Af-
ternoon, Detroit whether I was
going to be here or not, then
tape them. And, in print, I did
four columns a week. That
made at least nine deadlines a
week for three years. (Channel
7's Good Afternoon, Detroit has
been canceled, but Eder is now
appearing periodically as a
part of Channel 7 Midday
News, and can be heard Mon- •
day through Friday on WNW
radio at 10:26 a.m. and 2:26
P.m.)
And Eder has some advice
for her interviewer: "When you
write your article, just say I'm
dopey," she advises. "Say I'm
somebody who likes my lot in
life. Say I'm lucky. Say I've
done everything I ever wanted
to do, except maybe become a
great star. Also, say I love
people."

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