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November 27, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, lionember 21, 1981

Cheerful Jerusalem Message Marks Gorrelick Bond Fete .

A cheerful message from
Jerusalem, with hopes for
peace and a report of good
relations with the Arabs
there, marked the testimo-
nial dinner in honor of
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick,

at Cong. Beth Achim on
Nov. 19.
Sponsored by the Israel
Bond organization, the
event, attended by more
than 300, was in honor of
Rabbi Gorrelick's 75th

birthday and in recognition
of his many services here.
The encouraging reports
were by the guest speaker,
Ambassador Zvi Brosh, ad-
viser to Mayor Teddy Kol-
lek of Jerusalem who has

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held many important posi-
tions in many lands in the
Israel Foreign Ministry.
Ambassador Brosh con-
ceded there are many prob-
lems, emphasizing that the
economic even in their seri-
ous stages can be resolved.
It was in relation to
Jerusalem that he declared
that the good relations be-
tween Jews and Arabs
there, under the Kollek
leadership, is evidence that
the Arab population recog-
nizes the benefits from
friendliness established
there, the opportunities
provided for unimpeded
business activities, the
preference the Jerusalem
Arabs show for this type of
cooperation, rejecting the
terrorism that harms all.
On that basis, Brosh said,
the hope for peace and for
amity among all faiths is
never injured.

He gave an analysis of the
benefits that must come for
all from the projected
Mediterranean-to-Dead Sea
Canal project and expressed
the appreciation of the Is-
rael government and people
for the progress made thus
far in assuring the creation
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Sidney Silverman, a
former president of Beth
Achim and former president
of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, gave the formal
tribute to Rabbi Gorrelick,
commending him for many
services with emphasis on
his Zionist' identifications
and devotions.
Rabbi Gorrelick, acknow-
ledging the tributes ac-
corded him, responding
with reminiscences of the
many occurrences which
marked his close to four de-
cades of activity as rabbi
and associate in many
movements here.
He especially commented
on the cooperative efforts in
the rabbinate, the dedica-
tion to Zionist efforts and
the devotion to Israel which,
he stated, "united all of us in
support of the great cause of
Jewry and the state of Is-
rael." He showed apprecia-
tion for the presence in the
audience of a number of
Conservative rabbis and the

Shown at the Beth Achim Israel Bond dinner are,
from left, Cantor Max Shimansky, Israel Ambassador
Zvi Brosh, David Hermelin, honoree Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick, George Rossman, Sidney Silverman and
Max Nosanchuk.

Orthodox representatives.
Max Nosanchuk, as
toastmaster and as an Israel
Bond activist for more than
20 years, supplemented the
informative address by
Brosh with a review of
achievements created from
Israel Bond investments.

He gave an outline of the
services provided with Is-
rael Bond funds in housing,
irrigation, the building of
industries, and described
these efforts as most vital in
Israel's upbuilding.
Rabbi Milton Arm, who
succeeded Rabbi Gorrelick
as senior rabbi of Cong.
Beth Achim, gave the in-
vocation. The audience was
requested to remain seated
during it while Rabbi Arm
recited the Hamotzi.

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