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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-08-31

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the issues."
Meanwhile;in other Oakland County
primary results, Knollenberg's son,
Marty of Troy, defeated Mike Bosnic,
a Clawson school board member,
53 to 47 percent, in the Republican
contest for state representative in the
41st District and faces Democrat Eric
Gregory of Troy in November.
Another enduring political name
ready for November combat is Andy
Levin of Bloomfield Township, unop-
posed in the Democratic primary
for State Senate in the 13th District.
The son of U.S. Rep. Sander Levin,
D-Roseville, and the nephew of
Michigan's senior Democratic sena-
tor, Carl Levin, Andy-Levin faces for-
mer State Rep. John Pappageorge
of Troy, who beat State Rep. Shelley
Goodman Taub of Bloomfield Hills and
Elizabeth Woolcock of Royal Oak in the
Republican contest.
Levin, 46, an attorney in Southfield
who specializes in labor law, compiled
9,709 votes to 15,870 for Pappageorge.

Levin, making his first try for elec-
tive office, spent two years in the U.S.
Labor Department, during the Clinton
administration. He's married with four
children. "I'lifocus my campaign on
four major issues:' he said, "the state's
economy and jobs, education, health
care and the environment"
Other primary races involving Jewish
candidates included:
• Oakland County Commission,
16th District, Democrat Karen Spector
defeated Gene Farber for the right to
oppose Republican incumbent Greg
Jamian on Nov. 7.
• Southfield District Court, 46th
District, incumbent Judge Susan
Moiseev topped two challengers for the
right to face Richard Smart in the gen-
eral electfon.
Incumbent county commission-
ers Helaine Zack (22nd District) and
Marcia Gershenson (17th District) were
unopposed in the primary. So was State
Rep. Andy Meisner (27th District). ri

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cats. Foster homes
are being found for
the animals.
Farm animals also
were affected by the
fighting. Farmers say
cows are producing
less milk because
of the' stress. Some
20 cows and calves
were killed by rocket
fire on Kibbutz
Amir, near Kiryat
Shmona, Hakol Chai
officials said.
A member of the animal welfare group, Hakol Chai,
On Sunday night,
feeds cats In Kiryat Shmona, near a car that suffered
just before the U.N.
a direct rocket hit.
cease-fire went into
effect, volunteers
student from Kiryat Shmona, made
gathered in the town of Yokne'am and
sure a neighbor took care of her cat
debated whether or not to go to Kiryat
when she left for central Israel. Last
Shmona, where they had planned to
week, she decided she wanted to col-
distribute food and water.
lect him but was too scared to do it
Some returned to the center of the
herself.
country, but two others — including
She read about Hakol Chai online
a volunteer who had traveled from the
and had volunteers pick up the cat
United States to help with the rescue
and bring him to her.
effort — headed north.
"If I weren't. so scared, I would
Noa Ginzburg, 25, decided to vol-
have gone myself to help them:' she
unteer.
said. "They're doing something really
"It's unthinkable that people would
important — without them, many
leave their animals behind:' she said.
animals would starve."
Donations to Hakol Chai relief
On one of Hakol Chai's patrols,
efforts can be made through www.
a collection of hungry animals was
chai-online.org, or can be mailed to
discovered in a yard — three dogs,
Hako. 1 Chai, P.O. Box 51858, Tel Aviv
eight puppies, pigeons and rabbits
67214; or in the U.S., to CHAI, P.O. Box
crowded inside small cages alongside
3341, Alexandria, VA 22302, USA. Ft
20 chickens, parrots and numerous

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