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November 18, 1988 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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for others. As his mother,
Ethel, has said: "Leonard has
always wanted to save the
world." He once splinted a
wounded rabbit's leg when a
friend brought the animal to
the office. Recently he an-
nounced on the air that he
would share the extra flu vac-
cine he was able to procure
with any doctors who needed
it for their patients. He also
promised to find a sponsor for
a man in his early 70s who
qualifies for the Boston
Marathon but doesn't have
the funds to get there.
On this past election day, he
not only encouraged everyone
to get out and vote but spoke
of the importance of living in
a democracy and the impor-
tance of the commemoration
of Kristallnacht, scheduled
for the next day.
Though he touts Pritikin as
the perfect diet, he admits
that losing weight with Gift
of Health supplements is
easier. He's lost 28 pounds in
six weeks. A golf cart accident
two years ago in which he suf-
fered a multiple ankle frac-
ture has slowed his exercise
routine greatly and it is just
now that he has been able to
start swimming and working
out regularly, though he has
been told by his doctor he pro-
bably won't run again.
In addition to his radio
show and busy medical prac-
tice, he is taking weekly sax-
ophone lessons and has just
invested in two new business
endeavors, a rare coin
business and L'Trim's Gift of
Health products.
Leisure time does not exist
for Portner for he discovered
the key to life long ago.
"It's balance. You can't do
one thing all the time. You
must continually challenge
with new adventures. If I did
anything exclusively in life,
I'd get stale. I'd be ex-
hausted." ❑

Fox Theatre
To Re-Open

"Curtains Up", the grand
re-opening evening of the Fox
Theatre will take place Satur-
day at 8 p.m.
Performing throughout the
evening will be the Count
Basie Orchestra, Billy
Eckstine, The Blackstone
Magic Show, Daryl Hall and
John Oates and Smokey
Robinson in a tribute to the
Motown sound.
Encore on Woodward, a
special film celebrating the
Fox's 60 years, created by
Academy Award-winners Sue
Marx and Pam Conn, will be
premiered.
Proceeds will benefit the
Central Business District's
Light Up Detroit fund.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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