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August 03, 1984 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Litwak

Mr. and Mrs. Louis
(Mildred) Litwak of Oak
Park were honored at a re-
cent family dinner at To-
pinka's Country House on
the occasion of their 60th
wedding anniversary.
Their children are Harry
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Park and Benson and Phyl-
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Grandchildren attending
were Melvyn and Rochelle
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Sandra Gross, Steven and
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Great-grandchildren
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LOCAL NEWS

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Seeks commission seat

David William Potts has
announced his candidacy
for the Republican nomina-
tion to the Oakland County
Commissioner's 15th Dis-
trict seat.
Potts, an attorney, has
been an Oakland County
resident for more than 30
years and is currently a
resident of Bloomfield
Township.
The 15th Commission
District includes portions of
Bloomfield Township, Far-
mington Hills, West Bloom-
field and all of Franklin.
He is a. life-long Republi-
can and has been involved
in numerous political cam-
paigns, including District
and Circuit Court judicial
races, gubernatorial con-
tests on behalf of Goys.
William Milliken and
George Romney and a
Presidential campaign.
Potts is a member of
Christ Church Cranbrook,
The 300 Club, the Republi-
can Party, the Republican
Committee of Oakland
County and has been active
for many years on behalf of
the Detroit Institute of Arts,
where he served as
president of the Junior
Council of the Founder's
Society.
Potts is a member of the
American Bar Association,
Americtin Trial Lawyers
Association, the State Bar
of Michigan and the Oak-
land County Bar Associa-
tion. He has been chairman
of the Oakland County Bar
Association Public - Rela-

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with the State Bar of Michi-
gan's Family Law Section
and is a member of the Fam-
ily Law Section and Negli-
gence Section of the State
Bar of Michigan.

Stop smoking
program to aid
Dystrophy fund

Dr. Bruce Dubin and
hypnotherapist Barry
Beder will present their
smoking withdrawal pro-
gram to benefit the Muscu-
lar Dystrophy Association
on Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. at the
Redford Theatre, 17360
Lahser, Detroit.
Tickets may be purchased
at all Ticketworld outlets,
through Dr. Dubin's office
and at the door. For infor-
mation, contact Dr, Dubin's
office, 353-2270.

Surowitz runs
for State House

Marvin Surowitz has an-
nounced his candidacy for
the Democratic nomination
for State Representative for
the 24th District.
Surowitz, 42, is a resident
of West Bloomfield. He is a
professor of political science
at Maconib County Com-
munity College. He has de-
grees from Wayne State
University, nad he's a
former vice chairman of the
Young Democrats.

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