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min lority myo
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - The first the job.
black woman to become mayor of a MAYORS ARE chosen by the board
U.S. city of more than 100,000 people for one-year terms in the unpaid,
says her selection shows that Pasadena largely ceremonial post.
is a place "where dreams can and do Her election, Glickman said, "is sur-
come true." prising because of the history of
Loretta Glickman, 36, an investment Pasadena."
counselor who was a Pasadena "It's not that we have a race problem
schoolteacher and who toured as a per se, but our image is one of being a
singer with the Christie Minstrels and conservative, bedroom-type com-
London Fog, said it is wrong to assume munity," she said. "People see it on
she will be a spokeswoman for the black New Year's Day, and they see a
community. predominantly white community, mid-
"PERHAPS IT means more to the dle class. A lot of the world is probably
black community," she said yesterday not aware that we have a mixed, diver-
of her election by Pasadena's Board of se community.
City Directors. of which she has been a "It's only human nature to go in with
member since 1977. "It has taken them a preconceived idea about me and the
so long to arrive at this point." job I do and what will happen because I
She noted that the black community am black. It's a fact that being black
in the nation's 129th largest city is provides me with a certain sensitivity
diverse. "It cannot be assumed that and closeness to the community that
there is one spokesperson for blacks," wouldn't otherwise be there. It makes
she said. "My reason for being here is me a much broader-thinking person for
not necessarily to be their spokesper- the whole community."
son, but to be sure they are being At Monday's installation she said,
heard, and that's very different." "This is our city, Pasadena, a place
She was installed as mayor Monday where dreams can and do come true."
and said if Pasadena's mayor were Glickman, a divorced mother of two
elected by a vote of the people, it would young boys, grew up in Pasadena,
have been many more years before a where she said her family has lived sin-
woman or a black would have gotten ce the late 1800s.
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