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November 08, 1985 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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Friday, November 8, 1985

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BY TEDD SCHNEIDER.
Staff Writer

The number of Jewish mayors
serving communities in south-
eastern Michigan was halved
Tuesday as one incumbent was
returned to office while a second
failed to gain re-election.
In Oak Park, Charlotte Roths-
tein, running unopposed, won a
third term as mayor. But voters
in Mt. Clemens chose Jeanne
Nelson over incumbent Mayor
Ada Eisenfeld in a close race.
The only Jewish mayor in
Macomb County received 1,411
votes to her opponent's 1,436. .
Louis Demas and Arthur
Frolich were re-elected to the
Oak Park City Council and Jef-
frey Mandel won a seat on the
Mt. Clemens City Commission.
Southfield Mayor Donald
Fracassi withstood a challenge
by Vicki Goldbaum, beating the
two-term council member by a
nearly 2-1 margin. Suzanne
Goldstein, Steven Hurite, Bar-
bara Talley and Sidney Lantz
were elected to the Southfield
City Council and Eli Robinson
was chosen to fill a two-year
unexpired term on the council.
Southfield voters approved
ballot proposals calling for the
establishment of volunteer
police and fire reserves and re-
quiring city residence for peti-
tion circulators. But they re-
jected propositions seeking tax
increases for police and fire pro-
tection and higher salaries for
fire fighters.
In Farmington. Hills, A.
Janette Dolan, Ben Maks, Terry
Sever and JoAnn Soronen were
elected to the city council. Vot-
ers also passed four of the five
propositions on the ballot. Ap-
proved were measures to allow
council members to assume
office immediately following the
election rather than on Jan. 1;
to fill council vacancies in odd-
year elections; to eliminate the
city council primary election;
and to change the dates for
Board of Review meetings. A
proposal to allow board and
commission members to run for
city council was turned down.
Alton Bennett, Arnold
Campbell and Richard Tupper
were elected to the city council
in Farmington.

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Rabbis Address
Homeless Issue

New York — Rabbi Myron
Fenster, chairman of the Social
Action Committee of the Rab-
binical Assembly, called the
problem of the homeless as
"potentially reaching the same
dangerous proportions as we
faced at the time of the Great
Depression," in a meeting with
Conservative rabbis and other
Jewish religious and secular
agencies dealing with the home-
less.
The discussion was part of a
program called "A Day of Social
Concern," sponsored by the
Rabbinical Assembly.

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