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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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TIDE DETROft'JEWISH NEWS

i4 Friday, May . 7, 1982

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Goldstein Cites Credo on His 85th Year

JERUSALEM — Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, world
Jewish leader who has a top
role in the ranks of Ameri-
cans who made aliya to Is-
rael, was greeted by the
most distinguished in Is-
raeli and world Zionist

ranks at a special event
marking his 85th birthday.
In his response, Dr.
Goldstein cited his Zionist
credo, stating:
"I believe that every
Zionist in the Diaspora, in
order to deserve the name

Zionist, should make aliya
part of his life plan.
"I believe that Zionism
is an unconditional
commitment to Israel,
whatever may be the re-
gime and whatever may
be its mistakes.

REHOVOT — Smaller
businesses will now be able
to join large firms in the use
of computer modeling and
simulation to solve plan-
ning problems, with a new
approach developed by a
team of Weizmann Institute
computer experts headed by
U.S.-born Myron Melman.
"Since at present model-
ing is very expensive,"

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Reception in honor of • •

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of service as President of the
Jewish Community Council

Weizmann Software to Aid
Firms With Computers

DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN

"I believe in the right of
Jews abroad to be critical of
the positions of Israel's gov-
ernment, but preferably not
through the public media.
"Since I am an Israeli, I
would like to address myself
for a few minutes to my fel-
low Israelis.
"Much has been spoken
and written about the de-
cline in the quality of life of
many Israelis. The details it
is not necessary to spell out.
"In considerable de-
gree, no doubt, it is the re-
flection of the deteriora-
tion in the quality of life
in the world, against
which no effective block-
ade is available. But
partly it is the result of
special circumstances -
indigenous to Israel it-
self.
"Life in Israel is not easy.
In some measure, condi-
tions of juvenile delin-
quency and crime may be
the result of inadequate ab-
sorption facilities which
were provided for the mass
immigration which poured
into Israel's wide open gates
in the first years following
the establishment of the
Medina.
"It will take a generation
of persistent, purposeful
education of the youth to
undo the ills resulting from
a generation of less than
adequate physical and so-
cial conditions for large
segments of our popula-
tion."
Dr. Goldstein had the
most important positions in
Israeli, Jewish and Zionist
ranks.
He was chairman of the
Keren Hayesod since
making aliya to Israel 20
years ago. He was
president of the Zionist
Organization of America,
president of the Jewish
National Fund of
America and was the or-
ganizer and head of the
Jewish Conciliation
Court, whose activities
he described in his latest
book, "Jewish Justice
and Conciliation."
He is rabbi emeritus of
Cong. Bnai Jeshurun, one of
the oldest in the United
States.

Israeli Prof
Joins Academy

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Shmuel Eisenstadt, profes-
sor of sociology at Hebrew
University in Jerusalem
and visiting professor at
Harvard University, has
been selected as a foreign
associate of the National
Academy of Sciences.

Israel Seeking
to Export More
Food to U.S.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The problem of increasing
Israel's food exports to the
United States, which pre-
sently account for less than
seven percent of Israel's
food exports, was discussed
with a group of 28 national
food distributors from the
U.S. at a seminar here.
The visiting executives,
on an Israel Bonds mission,
were told that the American
market is the key to the
health of Israel's food export
industry.
Binyamin Toren, director
of the food division of the
Ministry of Commerce, said
exports to the U.S. cur-
rently amount to $350 mil-
lion a year. But two-thirds
of Israel's processed food ex-
ports go to Europe, with
Britain taking one-third of
the total. With the entry of
Greece into the European
Economic Community
(EEC) and the imminent
entry of Spain and Portugal,
Israel's food exports to
Europe will face severe
competition, Toren said.

German Hails
Ghetto Revolt

BONN (JTA) — Mayor
Richard Von .Weizaecker of
West Berlin hailed the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising of
April 1943 as a courageous
struggle against brutal dic-
tatorship. He said it was an
outstanding symbolic ac-
tion that will live in history.
The mayor spoke Tuesday
at a memorial event or-
ganized by the West Berlin
Jewish community to mark
the 39th anniversary of the
city's commitment to their
security and well-being.

Melman said, "all but the
largest corporations avoid
it. Our new tool — based on
a simplification of the de-
sign and analysis of models
— will make it easier and
cheaper to avoid these seri-
ous mistakes."
The new software for
constructing models,
known as DISS (Distrib-
uted System Simulator),
is an outgrowth of over
two decades of experi-
ence gathered in model-
ing and in the design and
development of the Insti-
tute's own Golem com-
puters.
DISS is a generalized- -
modular system that can be
used, for example, to predict
which of several computer
configurations will best
serve the needs of a specific
customer, to determine how
large sales organizations
with branch offices and
manufacturing plants can
be made more efficient or to
design major national and
international communica-
tions centers. Its particular
strength is that it allows for
modeling and simulation of
large geographically dis-
persed but interdependent
systems with
semiautonomous units that
take independent actions.

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