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October 31, 1986 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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Huntington Woods); 19th, in-
cumbent Dennis Aaron
(D-Oak Park) vs. Willis Mor-
ris (R-Oak Park); 20th, in-
cumbent Lawrence Pernick
(D-Southfield) vs. Alan Kohn
(R-Southfield); 21st, incum-
bent Alexander Perinoff (D-
Southfield) vs. Douglas
Sokolowski (R-Southfield);
22nd, Paul Ashba (D-
Southfield) vs. Donald Jensen
(R-Birmingham); 23rd, Ted
Dobski (D-Pontiac) vs. in-
cumbent Nancy McConnell
(R-Bloomfield Hills); 25th,
Mark Bosler (D-Walled Lake)
vs. incumbent G. William
Caddell (R-Walled Lake);
26th, Arnold Sabaroff (D-
West Bloomfield) vs. incum-
bent Thomas Law (R-West
Bloomfield); and 27th,
(D-
Spreen
Johannes
Farmington Hills) vs. incum-
bent John McDonald (R-

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Farmington Hills).
Other races facing Michi-
gan voters on Tuesday are
seats on the State Board of
Education, the University of
Michigan regents, Michigan
State University trustees,
and Wayne State University
governors.
District judges in Far-
mington Hills and Bloomfield
Hills, two appeals court
judges and two Oakland
County Probate Court judges
are unopposed for re-election.
Voters will also have to de-
cide three state-wide pro-
posals to establish a state li-
brary within the legislature,
to give the legislature addi-
tional power over state
agency rules, and to give the
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34 Friday, October 31, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Tom Turner, holding plaque, president of the Metropolitan
Detroit AFL-CIO, received the Jewish National Fund's Tree of
Life Award at a Testimonial dinner at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Pictured with him are, from left: Robert Holmes, John
Sweeney, Ed Rosenthal, Franklin J. Ellias and Theodore Sachs.

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