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November 01, 1985 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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Unity Government Is Transforming Israel's Bleak Image

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SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

Fracassi and Vicki tieddbaum square. off Tuesday.

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NOVEMBER 1, 1985

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Incumbents.

a two-term Jewish
COncilworifian beat
: fithfield's popular,
Veteran Mayor? The
Voters decide, Tuesday..

BY ROBYN KLEEREKOPER
Special to The Jewish News

Southfield has grown. It has a good
balance of residential and commer-



"There's satisfaction in being
part of building a suburban commu-
nity; a city that I grew up in ... to
see the growth and be part of its
planning. I'm very proud of the way



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cial. We have a strong and finan-
cially sound city. We are probably
envied by most communities because
of our growth and our tax base, be-
cause with that you can provide
more, services."
Don Fracassi, the mayor, 'of
Southfield, speaks of his three terms
in office as he approaches Tuesday's
election and a possible fourth term.
He faces opposition from a Jewish

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S oviet" _;)• Jews Linked
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Peres' teleconference ties
immigration to Soviet
participation in an
international forum.

BY

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New s tor

- Prime Minister Shimon Peres of
Israel Cn Sunday attempted to link
Soviet .participation in an interna-
tional peace, `conference on the Mid-
dle East to increases in emigration
of Sovietlewry and Soviet resump-
tion of diplomatic ties with Israel.
Speaking during an interna-

tional
teleconference'
frog
Jerusalem, Peres' said that U.S.
President Ronald Reagan,

French President Francois Mittel.-
rand gave high priority to the prob
lems of the "21/2 to three million
people in. the Soviet Union who have
not given up their Jewishness...'
"If we can get them (the Soviet
Jews) to come to Israel without los-
ing them to other 'destinies," Peres
said, "there is' hope for another ini-
migration."
Peres told Jewish audiences in
19 North American cities that the

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