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    Default Early Kenpo/Kajukenbo/Limalama pioneers

    Well I guess we'll get KenpoTalk going with a early picture that has never been posted on the worldwide web before. Taken in 1964 or 65 at Dan Guzman's "Cleland House Dojo" in east Los Angeles, Calif.
    Pictured in the front row, extreme left is Richard Nunez, one of the founders
    of the "Limalama" organizations. 3rd from left is Kajukenbo instructor Dan Guzman, on his right is SGM Ed Parker, and on his right is Kajukenbo instructor Bill Ryusaki.

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    Question Re: Early Kenpo/Kajukenbo/Limalama pioneers

    Sorry, Mr. Bishop. I'm looking, but I don't see a picture. Would you please attach it again?

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    Default Re: Early Kenpo/Kajukenbo/Limalama pioneers

    Wher ethe image is located probably does not allow hotlinking. May I suggesting uploading it in the post?
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    Default Re: Early Kenpo/Kajukenbo/Limalama pioneers

    Lets try it this way.
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    Cool picture--thanks for sharing!
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    What is Limalama please? Where can I find info on it?

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    Default Re: Early Kenpo/Kajukenbo/Limalama pioneers

    Quote Originally Posted by zealous Kenpoist
    What is Limalama please? Where can I find info on it?
    http://limalama.net/Nav.htm

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