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February 28, 1992 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-28

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I LIFESTYLES

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FREE Crash Course in reading Hebrew

PROFILE

Lezlie Light: Black Belt

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1992

30400 Telegraph Road
Suite 134
Bingham Farms, MI 48010

(313) 642-5575

DArLY 10-5:30
THURS. 10-7
SAT. 10-3

NAME: Lezlie Hope Light
AGE: 33
Karate
OCCUPATION:
instructor at Carbone's
Academy
EDUCATION: She is a 1976
graduate of Southfield-
Lathrup High School and
she attended Wayne State
University.
FAMILY: She is married to
Stuart Light, an electrician.
She has two sons. Her father
is John Klein. She has one
brother, Dr. Jeffrey Klein,
and one sister, Shelley
Swartz.
RESIDENCE: Farmington
Hills
ORGANIZATIONS: She is a
member of the Police Self
Defense Instructors.
FAVORITE BOOK: She
recently read Prince of Tides
by Pat Conroy.
Karate,
HOBBIES:
swimming and computers
LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:
"My black belt in karate. It
took me four years to get.
It's a real ego builder!"
PHILOSOPHY: "To be happy
and enjoy everything!'

BACKGROUND: Lezlie Light
grew up in Southfield and
attended public schools.
Since her mother was a
travel agent, she had the
opportunity to visit many
places all over the United
States and Latin America.

She traveled to Israel at 16.
After high school, she
attended Wayne State
University. In 1980, she
married Stuart Light. Three
years later they began a
family. While raising her
two toddlers, she decided to
do something for
self-improvement.
"I thought I needed to
exercise. I thought karate
would be good because it's
physical and self-defense is
good to know." In the
beginning, her primary
focus was exercise. She went
to Carbone's Academy three
times a week and enjoyed
the philosophy. She kept
progressing in her training
and realized how karate
helped stress reduction.
"It taught me how to focus
and concentrate on what I
was doing!" After four years
of training and practicing,
she became a black belt. She
now is an instructor at
Carbone's. She finds the job
exciting and fulfilling
because there is always
something new to learn, and
it's helpful in everyday
living.
"It started out as a hobby
and turned into a lifestyle!'
she said. 111

1 LOCAL NEWS

6.1

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Alyn Hospital
Elections Held

Detroit Friends of Alyn
Hospital of Jerusalem recent-
ly elected officers and board
members for 1992.
Elected were Pamela Lip-
pitt, president; Lisa Lis, vice
president; Herbert Lazarus,
treasurer; Clara Faxstein,
secretary; Reva Lazarus,
tributes; and Anaruth Ber-
nard, past president.
The board members are Dr.
Neal Alpiner, Dr. Maxwell
Bardenstein, Ann Baruch,
Leonard Baruch, Dr. Murray
Baruch, Sondra Berlin, Dr.
Henri Bernard, Margaret
Elyakin, Dolcy Garfield,
Mariam Goldberg, Louis
Glazier, Paula Glazier, Ber-
nice Helper, Arthur Horwitz.
Also, Rachel Kamerman,
Karen Knoppow, Hannan Lis,
Dr. Herbert Mendelson, Chris
Mark, Florine Mark, Shelly
Nadiv, Gerry Pasternak, Dr.
Owen Z. Perlman, Elaine
Sabbota, Dr. Harvey Sabbota
and Rae Sharfman.

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