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October 29, 1993 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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REELECT COUNCILWOMAN

SUZANNE GOLDSTEIN

• 12 YEARS CITY COUNCIL
• 2 YEARS COUNCIL PRESIDENT.
• 5 YEARS PRESIDENT PRO-TEM.
• 27 YEARS CIVIC SERVICE & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT.
• SOUTHFIELD SENIOR ADVISORY COMMI1TEE.
•GOVERNOR'S STATEWIDE JOB TRAINING COUNCIL.
• 4 YEARS LIAISON BETWEEN CITY, CORPORATE, HEALTH
AND ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS.

Kollek Makes Bid
For Mayoral Post

Jerusalem (JTA) — After 28
years as mayor of
Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek is
in danger of losing his job.
At the age of 82, Mr.
Kollek is a grand old man of
Israeli politics. Finishing his
sixth term as mayor, he re-
mains enormously popular
with ordinary people, who
rush up to shake his hand
and then complain about
high municipal taxes or the
cost of building the new City
Hall.
Never shy to voice their
opinions, Jerusaleinites are
wondering out loud whether
their venerable mayor is too
old to run for office yet
again.
With the election next
week, Mr. Kollek and his
opponent, Ehud Olmert, are
waging a battle for voters.
Although clean by American
standards, their respective
campaigns have, on occa-
sion, hit below the belt.
Mr. Kollek's campaign has
focused on Mr. Olmert's lack
of experience in running a
city.
Mr. Olmert, a member of
.the Knesset from the Likud
and a former health min-
ister, has wasted no oppor-

tunity to portray Mr. Kollek
as an old man whose time
has passed.
The question is: Can Mr.
Kollek complete another
term in office?
Many think he cannot.
They believe that, if
reelected, Mr. Kollek would
hand over his post to an as-
yet-unnamed successor
within a few months.
Mr. Olmert is capitalizing
on this assumption.
In one commercial, playing
in local movie theaters, a
roving reporter asks city-
dwellers whether they plan
to vote for Mr. Kollek. In the
mall or on the street, people
express their utmost respect
for Mr. Kollek but say he is
simply too old to continue.
During an interview in his
office in September, a day
after Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin and Palestine
Liberation Organization
Chairman Yassir Arafat
shook hands at the White
House, Mr. Kollek admitted
that he had planned to retire
at the end of this term.
The success of the Labor
Party in last year's general
elections led him to recon-
sider, he said.

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VOTE FOR SUZANNE GOLDSTEIN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2

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Teddy Kollek remains popular with the ordinary people.

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