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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-20

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20 Friday, August 20, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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own Driveway!

Temple Israel Will Honor
Charles Goldstein on 80th

Charles L. Goldstein, a
past president of Temple
Israel and its brother-
hood, will deliver the
sermon at Sabbath Eve
services at 8:30 p.m. to-
day.
The service will mark
Mr. Goldstein's 80th
birthday. He will speak on
"We Challenge God."
A charter member of
Temple Israel,- Mr. Golds-
tein was the first presi-
dent of the brotherhood
following establishment
of the congregation in
1941. He was the second
president of the temple,
succeeding Morris Gar-
vett in 1944.
Educated in Detroit
schools and the local
yeshiva, Mr. Goldstein has
served for 20 years as the
lay rabbi of Cong. Bnai Is-
rael in Monroe.
He also has conducted
the daily minyan service
at _Temple Israel for al-

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CHARLES GOLDSTEIN

most the same period of
time.
A member of the board
of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Brother-
hoods for more than a de-
cade, Mr. Goldstein also
has written extensively
for Brotherhood
Magazine and other
periodicals.
An attorney, Mr. Golds-
tein is a graduate of the
University of Michigan
Law School. He is still en-
gaged in active practice
with his son, Alan.
In honor of his 80th
birthday, there will be a
family celebration given
by his wife, Betty, and
children-, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan P. Goldstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Braun
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Goldstein.

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YI Congregations Honor Olim

The Young Israel con-
gregations held an open
house at Young Israel of
Oak Woods Monday evening
to honor and reminisce with
10 young couples' of their
congregational family who
have made aliya to Israel.
Rabbi James I. Gordon
said in his very brief
remarks to the informal
gathering that ap-
proximately one-third of the
300 Detroit area Young
Israel families have
representatives, either
children or retired
members, now living in
Israel.
He said credit for this
must go to the 60-70 percent
of the teenagers connected
with Young Israel who
spend a year studying in
Israel at a yeshiva or un-
iversity. Rabbi Gordon said
the open house was
arranged when it was found
that 10 couples would be
returning for visits this
summer.
Rabbi Gordon in-
troduced Dr. Yehuda
Gellman, who briefly
responded for the olim. Dr.
Gellman is a professor of
philosophy at the Univer-
sity of the Negev.
Dr. Gelman and his wife
emigrated to Israel five
years ago. His family is
active at Young Israel. He
studied at an Israeli Yehiva
for a year in 1961 and
earned his doctorate at
Wayne State University.
A ten-day pilot trip spon-
sored by the Israel Aliya
Center helped him make the
necessary contacts for his
position at the University
and to locate housing.
Dr. Gellman also taught
part-time at Hebrew
University and Bar-Ilan and

his wife is also teaching
part-time. The couple have
five children.
Among the visiting olim
were Rabbi and Mrs.
Moshe Dombey. They
made aliya two years ago,
and are now leading the
Ohr Somayakh Yeshiva
unit at Givat Ada, south of
Haifa.
The yeshiva helps young
Americans who have had
little religious training.
Rabbi Dombey became
volved with Ohr Somayakh
a little more than a year ago
while tutoring one of its
students.
The government donated
an abandoned absorbtion.
center at Givat Ada at low
cost to the yeshiva, and
Rabbi Dombey's group now
has 20 couples and 20 single
men studying and working
at Givat Ada.
Other ohm who were able

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Jerry Feldman, 398-8955.

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Young Israel of Oak-
Woods will sponsor a
family-oriented oneg
Shabat Saturday afternoon,
followed by 6 p.m. Minha
services and a seuda
shlishit.
The program will feature
an open forum discussion on
"The Jewish Family Faces
Changing Moral Values."
Rabbi Jakob Bakst, a psy-
chiatric social worker at
Sinai Hospital, will present
an overview of the Jewish
family and its environment
and Sheldon Klein, Univer-
sity of Michigan student,
will speak on the view on
the campus and the crisis of
Jewish youth.
Rabbi James I. Gordon
will serve as moderator.
Sandford Eisenberg is
chairman of the event.

to attend Monday's affair
included Mr. and Mrs.
Shimon Cohen (Hannah
Prero), Mr. and Mrs. Yossi
Gittelman (Debbie Hertz),
Rabbi and Mrs. Mitchell
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