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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Editor's Note: Jewish candidates seeking
elective office this year are welcome to
announce their candidacy in the-Jewish
News. Joseph L. Stewart is running
against Michelle Friedman Appel, Ezra
Goldman, David M Gubow, Angela
Diggs Jackson, Sam Konikow, Richard
A. Levitt, Leonard C. Schwartz and Gil
Whitney McRipley. Primary election day
is Tuesday, Aug. 6
Attorney Joseph L. Stewart is seek-
ing one of the two open seats in 45B
District Court, serving Oak Park,
_ ence in mat-
ters concern- Joseph L. Stewart
and parents in delinquency and
abuse-neglect cases and also in crimi-
nal trial and appellate work. He
brings a background in general civil
and family law and probate cases,
serving as a court-appointed guardian
ad litem, protecting the rights of sen-
iors in guardianship and conservator-
Representing a badly abused
spouse pro bono [without compensa-
tion] in a 2000 divorce case, Stewart
said he was able to set a Michigan
precedent, allowing battered spouses
to sue their husbands and obtain
monetary damages within the divorce
Stewart graduated from Mumford
High School in Detroit, earned his
undergraduate degree at the
University of Michigan and his juris
doctor at Wayne State University
Law School. As a young man, he
worked at the St. Peter's Home For
Boys. When Stewart first began prac-
ticing at Wayne County Neighbor-
hood Legal Services, he represented
Stewart has campaigned on a plat-
form of unification and inclusiveness
for diverse ethnic and racial groups.
Stewart believes a judge can use his
position of influence on the bench to
reach out to troubled families, espe-
cially children and teens. His work in
the courts throughout the years,
especially the juvenile courts, has
given him in-depth contact with
families in crisis, he said.
The candidate would take a no-
nonsense approach toward those who
infringe on citizens' safety and secu-
To Stewart, it will be a "top priori-
ty to protect the rights of seniors to
maintain dignified and secure
lifestyles, and to keep our streets safe
for our children," he said.
"As we all know, strong communi-
ties provide the structure in which to
instill positive values in our chil-
dren," Stewart said.
Stewart said he would seek to cre-
ate a relationship of respect between
the court and the teenagers and
young adults appearing before him.
Stewart and his family, including
wife Marti and their three teenaged
children, have lived for 22 years in
They are active members of the
Mishkan Israel congregation in Oak
Park, where Stewart has served on
the board of directors. Stewart has
coached girls and boys basketball at
Yeshivat Akiva in Southfield.
JARC Hosts Free Carnival
JARCarnival is a free indoor-out-
door event for young children of all
abilities and their families to be held
1-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4, at the
Laker Education and Youth
Complex, 2075 Walnut Lake Road,
The event will feature carnival
games, arts and crafts, a moon-
bounce, pony rides, trains, live
entertainment, raffle prizes, a drum-
ming circle, a DJ and puppet show.
The carnival is sponsored by
JARC's Young Adult Committee.
Carnival chair is Eric Lumberg;
Young Adult chair is Judith
Shenkman. For information, call
Anne Fleming, (248) 538-6610.