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April 10, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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Friday, April 10, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON A DIET? J

Danny Raskin's

HAVE A

LISTENING
POST

HELPING OTHERS
help themselves . . . This is
the way of life for Leonid
Shayket, here only 1 1/2 years
from Russia . . . Lee is a
graduate in automotive
engineering from Moscow
University . . . but he had
putthis aside and is devot-
ing his entire time to some-
thing you'd never guess
from a 5'3" 130-pound
young man . . . Leonid is a
master in the Chinese mar-
tial art of Kung Fu . . . and
most adept at teaching it.
He is 25 years old now .. .
and first studied Kung Fu
when about nine years old
. . . As a teacher of Kung Fu
in Russia, Leonid was con-
sidered among the finest .. .
Now he has brought his
wonderful art to this coun-
try and teaching groups
from four to any number .. .
Big burly cops in a
number of communal police
departments are amazed
when this 130-pounder
stands before them like a
little plant among tall
husky trees . . . But their
amazement soon turns to
utmost respect when he
shows them what he knows
. . . what they should know
. . . and why he is a master of
Kung Fu.
Lee will teach it any-
where ... basements,
offices . . . Kung Fu is not
like the flying leaps of
Korean Tae Kwon Do or
the savage blows of
Japanese Karate ...
Kung Fu is a science ...
one that shows a person
how to protect them-
selves in situations ...
with many easy-to-learn
facets and pressure
points.
Kung Fu is good for the
soul, also . . . It combines
the teaching of self-defense,
exercise, good health and
self-confidence into one big
ball . . . And here is a 5'3"
thin 130-pound young man
whose mastery is amazingly
wonderful.
Lee wants everyone to
learn Rung Fu . . . He has
agreed to give demonstra-
tions . . . free of charge .. .
for any group regardless of
size . . . Organizations
would do well to take ad-
vantage of Le6nid's gener-
ous offer . . . One day in the
near future he may be much
too busy to give demonstra-
tions.
Lee's wife, Zina, was a
music master graduate in
Russia . and is organist
three days a week at Temple
Israel.
Individuals or groups who
want sessions . . . or organ-
izations who want demon-
strations . . . Kung Fu or
Yoga . . . will be ahead of the
band wagon by contacting
Leonid . . . 474-6169 .. .
He's really that good!
ERRATA ... Left out the
name of Efros Drugs at
Muirwood Square, Grand
River and Drake . . .
Among the most beautiful

and well-stocked drug
stores around, Efros was
one of the first operations at
Muirwood.
RECENT 1981 bridge
championships were held at
Detroit Plaza . . . with
Southfield gals Miriam
Rycus and partner Dorothy
Schiff winning the Women's
Pairs event from people the
country over.
DEADLINE FOR tic-
kets to the Central High
35th reunion of 1946
(January and June classes)
is May 6 . . . It's set for 7:30
May 16 at Fairlane Manor
in Dearborn.
Dinner and dancing is
$22.50 per person . . . with
monies after expenses going
to Oncology Dept. of Chil-
dren's Hospital . . . For more
info, call Norma Sklar,
626-6750.
BIG DATE FOR ork
leader Eric Rosenow is May
3 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue . . . That's when
this fine, dedicated gentle-
man will be honored by
Einstein Chapter and
Lodge, Bnai Brith, at its
annual Israel Bond Dinner
. . . Eric and his Continen-
tals have been the official
band at many Israel Bonds
dinners locally for about 20
years.
50-YEAR-REUNION of
Northern High classes of
January and June 1931, at
Michigan Inn May 9, will be
a weekender for many
people coming in from all
over the country . . . Plans
have been made for them to
be fully entertained.
HERB ROSEN TELLS
the story that happened 29
years ago . . . He needed
employee help and called
Manpower . . . A fellow sent
for Herb to interview was a
deaf mute . . . Herb hired
him . . . even though he
couldn't see the gent's
sign language answers.
Herb was blinded by
shrapnel during the Battle
of the Bulge in World War II
. . . and is very successful in
the scrap metal business.
He fishes with Sam
Finegood . . . and is a reg-
ular bowler . . . He and wife
Gertrude have three sons
. . . all doctors.
BEST BET -OF The
Week . . . Dinner meeting
by Crescent Shrine Club
this Monday evening at
Michigan Inn . . . with
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz of
Temple Beth El speaking on
"Jewish Royalty — A New
View."
AL BETZ, traffic court
referee, tells of the lady
driver who said, "The thing
I dislike most about parking
is that noisy CRASH!" .. .
Al will be a judicial candi-
date for the new City of De-
troit District Court in the
fall.

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