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July 30, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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Ex-WSU Professor Samuel Halperin
Named Asst. Commissioner in D.C.

Former Detroiter Samuel Hal-
perin, director of the office of
legislation, Office of Education,
U.S. Department of Health, Educa-
tion, and Welfare, has been
promoted to assistant commissioner
for legislation, Francis Keppel,
commissioner of education, an-
nounced.
Halperin, 35, joined the Office
of Education as a legislative spe-
cialist in 1961. He became director
of the office of legislation when
it was established last year, and
received the Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare Superior
Service Award in April 1964.
Beginning his government
service as a research assistant
on the staff of the House Com-

Irving Rubin Heads
Transportation and
Land Use Study

Irving J. Rubin, director of the
Detroit Regional Transportation
and Land Use Study (TALUS), has
resigned from his position as ad-
ministrative assistant in the office
of planning, Michigan State High-
way Department, to head the pres-
ent study.
Rubin left the retail field in
Flint in 1957 to help John C. Mac-
kie, then Michigan state highway
commissioner, implement Mich-
igan's pioneer freeway network
outstate and par-
ticularly in the
Detroit area.
Rubin was born
in Hamilton,
Ont., Sept. 21,
1926, and be-
came a naturaliz-
ed
citizen in
1943. He attend-
ed grammar
schools in Tole-
do, Pontiac and
Detroit, where
his father was a
retailer, and was
graduated from Rubin
Central High School in 1944. In
the Ti. S. Army, he became a
Transportation Corps information
and education specialist in Ger-
many and England.
He attended the Detroit College
of Law for two years, but contin-
ued his retailing experience, serv-
ing as president and general man-
ager of Rubin's Department Store,
Flint, from 1954 through 1958. He
also continued his education, get-
ting his bachelor's degree in po-
litical science at Wayne State Uni-
versity in 1958.
Rubin lives at 17403 Prairie with
his wife Dianne and four children,
Aaron, 12, Miriam, 10, Judith, 8
and Kate, 7.
The 31 year TALUS proam
will place the transportation and
land use future of Michigan's six,
southeastern counties — based
upon the actual needs and desires
of the present 4,143,000 residents.

mittee on Education and Labor
in 1960, Halperin was legislative
assistant to the late Rep. Cleve-
land M. Bailey in 1961. He also
served as a research consultant
with the Senate subcommittee
on education.
A native of Chicago, Halperin
was awarded a doctor of philoso-
phy degree in political science at
Washington University in 1956. He
was an assistant professor of poli-
tical science at Wayne State Uni-
versity for the next five years,
then served as professorial lec-
turer at The American University
in 1962-63.
Halperin is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and has won eight
scholarships and fellowships, in-
cluding the American Political
Science Association Congressional
Fellowship. He is author of "The
Political World of American Zion-
ism" and numerous articles on
education and social and political
science.

Paul Schoenfield's
Sonatas Recording
Wins Wide Acclaim

Paul Schoenfield is one of De-
troit's outstanding musical prodi-
gies. At 7 he began to com-
pose music. Now, at 18, he has to
his credit 13 piano sonatas, two
concerti for piano
a n d orchestra,
one for violin and
orchestra, two
symphonies, ex-
perimental com-
positions and
ins trumental
works.
His recent ap-
pearance at Town
Hall in New
York brought him
the acclaim of the
New York Herald
Tribune critic,
who praised his
exceptional tal-
ent. He was sim-
ilarly applauded.
by the New York
Times critic. Schoenfield
Similar praise is accorded Scho-
enfield, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. D.
Schoenfield, of 19521 Burlington,
for his recording of three sonatas:
Alexander Scriabin's, his teacher
Julius Chajes' and his own.
He is truly exceptional in his
interpretation of the Scriabin and
Chajes sonatas and his own, which
he composed in 1956, at the age
of 9.
At present Paul is pursuing a
performance degree at the School
of Music, Converse College, Spar-
tanburg, S.C.

Dr. ALVIN I. SCHIFF has been
promoted to the rank of associate
professor of education and named
chairman of the department of re-
ligious education at the Ferkauf
Graduate School of Education of
Yeshiva University.

Lewis Building Set to Be Dedicated
at Merkoz' Camp Gan Israel on Aug. 15

Margo Harwin Weds
Dr. Thlliam Sherman

Old Timers Urged to Enter
Three State Fair Contests

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, July 30, 1965

Michigan's senior citizens were
reminded that entry deadlines for
three State Fair Old Timers' Day
contests are drawing near.
Old Timers' Day this year will
be Monday, Aug. 30. The State
Fair opens Aug. 27, and runs
through Labor Day, Sept. 6.

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Margo Lynn Harwin recently be-
came the bride of Dr. William M.
Sherman at the Furniture Club of
Detroit. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
officiated at the noon ceremony.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Harwin of Hartwell
Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Sherman of Cranbrook Dr.
Attending the bride was her
sister, Judith Ann Harwin, and
serving as best man for his
brother was Lawrence Sherman.
Ushers were Fredric M. Harwin,
brother of the bride, and Joel G.
Bussell.
The bride wore a princess-style
silk organza gown with a floor-
length train, trimmed with Alen-
con lace and small pink satin bows.
She wore a short illusion veil and
carried a bridal bouquet of Phalae-
nopsis and Stephanotis with ivy on
her confirmation Bible.
The couple is now residing in
Maplewood, Mo., a suburb of St.
Louis, where Dr. Sherman is in-
terning at the Jewish Hospital.

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Dedication of a building in memory of Freida and Mordecai Lewis
will be part of the ceremonies at the Camp Gan Israel of the Merkoz
Chabad movement, at Fenton, Mich., Sunday, Aug. 15. Members of
the Lewis family will participate in the ceremony. In the photo are,
(from left), Mrs. Jeanette Lowis Kirsnianski, Mrs. Norma Hudesh,
Rose Lewis and Morris Ben Lewis. The ceremonies on Aug. 15
will also mark the dedication of the Hordes Memorial Building and
other structures as memorials to late Detroiters.

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