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December 15, 1978 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Services and Banquet Mark Tribute
or Symes' 25-Year Temple Israel Ro e

A weekend of festive cel e-
ration this past week hon-
tired Rabbi and Mrs. M.
obert Syme on the occa-
sion of their. 25th anniver-
dry with Temple Israel.
Sabbath services, cele-
orations in the religious
of and a 25th anniver-
banquet attended by
emple members and the
community marked the oc-
casion.
as a time both for nos-
reflection and a look
o e future as Temple Is-
ael , under Rabbi Syme's
piritual leadership, pre-
Ares to build its new
anctuary in West Bloom-
ield.
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme,
on of the honorees and
hairman of the commis-
ion on Jewish education
r the Union of AmeH-
an Hebrew Congrega-
ons in New York, was

the Sabbath evening
speaker.
The Symes' other son,
David, a concert-pianist,
gave a musical tribute at
the banquet on Sunday.
The principal banquet
speaker was Albert Vor-
span, vice president of the
UAHC and friend of the
Syme family.
Messages of greeting and
congratulation poured in
from all parts of the coun-
try, and a highlight of the
banquet was a presentation
by Rabbi Harold S. Loss
featuring tape recorded
messages from each of the
rabbis, cantors and students
who were influen c ed by
Rabbi Syme to enter the
clergy.
Shirley Fink, secretary
of Temple Israel, was
chairman of the overall
celebration, and Bernard
E. Linden, past president,

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Blum Blasts UN Resolve
on Israel Arms Embargo

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Israeli Ambas-
sador Yehuda Blum said
that the General Assembly
resolution adopted last
week calling on the Security
Council to impose an arms
embargo on Israel was
aimed at destroying Israel
by denying it the right to
self-defense.
Addressing the Assem-
bly, Blum said the adoption
was "one more illustration"
of the manner in which, "at
a time when all efforts are
being made to overcome 30
years of bitter hostility in
Rabbi and Mrs. M. Robert Syme are flanked by our region, the majority of
officers of Teinple Israel as they celebrate 25 years of the General Assembly is
service to the congregation at a dinner in their honor. being bullied into adopting
Pictured with the Symes are, fralii left, Leslie R. policies of confrontation and
Schmier, president; Dr. Lowell J. Ressler, vice condemnation in lieu of re-
president; Shirley Fink, secretary; Stanley Millman, conciliation and peace.",
He charged that the Arab
vice president; and James L. Jonas, treasurer.

was toastmaster at the
banquet.
In addition to greetings
brought by Leslie R.
Schmier, president, a gift
from the congregation was
presented by Norman Folbe
and Sidney Rubin.
Other tributes were pre-
sented by Msgr. Clement
Kern; Dr. George Gullen,
former president of Wayne
State _University; Albert

Horner, president of Credit
Counseling Centers; James
Lunsford, deputy of Scottish
Rite Masonry; and Rabbi
David S. Hachen, regional
director of the UAHC.
Rabbi Leon Fram, Rabbi
Loss, Cantor Harold Or-
bach, Cantor Arthur Asher
and Frank L. Simons, mem-
bers of the Temple Israel
staff, all were involved in
the weekend program.

the ability of the U.S. to pro-
tect its security interests in
the Middle East is closely
linked, if not dependent on,
the maintenance of a potent
Israeli military capability
in the area."
The letter said a recent
"U.S. Interagency study on
the global military balance"
supported the conclusion
"That, in the event of a
non-nuclear superpower
conflict in the Middle East,
Israel, by itself, 'might deter
Soviet combat forces inter-
vention or prevent the com-
pletion of such deployment.'
At this stage, no other
society in the area can be
counted on to mobilize reli-
able, battle-tested . ground
and air units, or to make
available secure access
points. In brief, if not for the
proven capability of the Is-
raeli armed forces, we
would be forced now to sta-
tion a significant number of
men and substantial
materiel in that region."

states. particularly Iraq,
which initiated. the resolu-
tion, were using their oil
revenues to arm themselves
heavily while Israel had re-
duced its military budget by
20 percent.
The resolution, which
was adopted by a vote of
72-30 with 37 abStentIons,
describes Israel as a
"grave menace to inter-
national peace and secu-
rity."
It requested the imposi-
tion of a mandatory em-
bargo against Israel on "any
supply of arms, ammuni-
tion, military equipment or
vehicles, or any spare parts
thereof."

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Carter, Urged to Note Israel
Import to Western Defenses

"BOSTON (JTA) -- A
group of more than 170 re-
tired U.S. generals and ad-
mirals sent an "open letter"
to President Carter urging
him to recognize Israel's
importance to Western de-
fenses in the Middle East
"and to reinforce Israel's
military capability so that
we will not be forced to de-
ploy our own armed forces to
the Middle East."
- The letter, released by
Foreign Policy Perspectives
here, expressed the view
held in some military and
political quarters that the
Soviet Union poses an im-
mediate menace to vital
American interests, espe-
cially in Africa, Western
Europe and the Middle
East, made all the more
dangerous by alleged Soviet
superiority in the military
sphere.
The signatories included
Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt,
former Chief of Naval Op-
erations; Maj. Gen. John K.
Singlaub, U.S. Army; and
Maj. Gen. George J. Keegan
Jr., U.S. Air Force.
According to the
writers, Soviet objectives
include neutralization of
Western Europe, in part
by denying it access to
critical raw materials,
the encirclement of
China and the isolation of
the U.S. "The'Soviet focus
on the Middle East, as a
way of obtaining these
aims, represents a real
and growing threat to
Western security," they
wrote. •
"We strongly support the
pursuit of friendship and
improved relations with all
responsible governments in
the Middle East. However,

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