Item is-jhse-567 - Goelman family.

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Goelman family.

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JHSE jhse-96-is-jhse-567

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  • [ca. 1936] (Creation)

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Ari, Kayla and Moshe Goelman in their new home in Tel Aviv, circa 1936. Moshe Goelman, one of Leo Pekarsky's childhood teachers, was recruited to the staff of the Edmonton Talmud Torah in 1926. Moshe was a scholarly, soft spoken and dedicated teacher. He and his wife Kayla taught at the school for 28 years. However, for a short time in the mid-1930s the Goelmans resided in Israel. Moshe Goelman served as the principal of the Talmud Torah from 1932 to 1954. As a teenager in Edmonton, his son Ari was a brilliant high school student and a dynamic leader of Yound Judeans. Ari married Lenore Wochnow of Edmonton and made Aliyah to Israel with her.<br><br>

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