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But Lew, who also used to be a Household Cavalry member, was best known for rescuing a lion that had been in danger of being put down - and keeping it in his Cradley Heath home.
Lew was a miner and the family moved to Coventry in the early 50s, living at Old Winnings Road.
Obviously, rational debate can demolish this argument, but as Roger said: "It was very difficult to say no to Lew, because if you started arguing he shoved a cigar in your mouth.
The bull stopped within 18 yards of Lew and Chris, licked his nose, grunted softly, and looked for the bull he had heard.
Far from being left in the background while the experienced press pack filled the complimentary seats at the front of the auditorium, Lew found himself the sole lens man for the event.
The support from the majority of the board further alienated Lew in his campaign to keep his director's spot.
Christensen and his younger brothers, Harold and Lew, were influenced at an early age by participation in their Uncle Pete's dancing school, a combination of ballroom dance and ballet.
Australian businessmen Solomon Lew and Lindsay Fox have been told by the Federal Transport Minister, John Anderson, that the government will attempt to shield their proposed new airline from any aggressive behaviour implemented by Qantas Airways, Australia's largest airline.