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August 20, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 20, 1971-31

Zuckerman to Chair Israel Study
Conference for UJA Contributors

Several hundred Jewish com- of communities across the United
munal leaders representing dozens States will convene in Tel Aviv
Oct. 18, for the annual study con-
ference of the United Jewish Ap-
For an Evening of
peal, UJA General Chairman Ed-
Superb Entertainment . . .
ward
Ginsberg announced. The
For Your Bar Mitzva or
sessions will conclude on Oct. 25.
Weddings, etc. . . .
The conference will review a full
range of critical human needs fac-
MORI LITTLE
ing the people of Israel and evalu-
AND HIS
ate UJA campaign requirements
ORCHESTRA
for 1972.
Paul Zuckerman of Detroit and
356 4745
'Meshulam Riklis of New York
serve as co-chairmen of the study
conference.
Zuckerman is a national UJA
Ladies' Handbags
chairman and Riklis is serving as
co-chairman of the UJA of Greater
Luggage
New York.
The conference delegates will
Repairing, etc.
make a first hand study of urgent
social problems arising from con-
tinuing immigration and the com-
plexities of immigrant absorption
as well as evaluate UJA programs
designed to meet these problems.
Highlights of the conference in-
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former Premier David Ben
Gurion's 85th birthday, and a clos-
ing dinner with Prime Minister
ti
Golda Meir.

Miss Vinnik Married
to David Kutinsky

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cancer research, treatment of can-
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MRS. DAVID KUTINSKY

Andrea Beth Vinnik, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Murray Vinnik
of Old Mill Rd., E. Lansing, be-
came the bride of David Kutinsky
in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Sharrey Zedek. Rabbi Phillip
Frankel and Cantor Bruce Wetz-
ler officiated.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kutinsky of
Camden Sq., Southfield.
The bride's gown featured a
lace bodice and satin skirt.
Julie Bruck was the maid of
honor, and Alene Franklin was
the bridesmaid.
Dr. Julian Kutinsky served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Franklin Kutinsky, the bride-
groom's brother, and Lloyd Vin-
nik, the bride's brother.
The bride's grandparents, Mr.*
and Mrs. Morris Hurwitz, also
were in the wedding party.
Following a honeymoon to On-
tario, the couple will reside in
Royal Oak.

75 Engineering Jobs
Offered by Atomic
Energy Commission

The U.S. Atomic Energy Com-
mission has asked the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith
to assist it in recruiting members
of "the minority community" for
some '75 new engineering jobs in
the $15,000 to $25,000 class.
John E. Uhrlaub of the commis-
sion's personnel division, said the
jobs—for middle and upper level
experienced personnel—carry with
them "a commitment to achieve a
higher level of minority represen-
tation in. professional positions."
He asked ADL to make the infor-
mation known through its "opera-
tions and service to minority
groups."
The jobs available are for nu-
clear, structural, mechanical and
environmental engineers with three
to five or more years field experi-
ence. Familiarity with nuclear
reactor technology is required for
some positions but not all. Civil
service status, rating and examina-
tion are not required but applicants
must be United States citizens.
The jobs are mostly in Bethesda,
but there are also some in Newark,
Atlanta and Glen Ellyn, Ill. Those
interested should apply to the U.S.
Atomic. Energy Commission, Divi-

sion of Personnel, Washington, D.C.
20545, phone, 301 973-7417.

New Israeli Areas
.Given Hebrew Names

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
Jewish urban settlement being
built near Hebron has been given
the Hebrew name Kiryat Arba,
one of the hiblie -d names for
1 tetiron.
The urban settlement at Sharm
El Sheikh has been named Ophira
after Ophir, where King Solomon's
ships brought gold into the coun-
try. In all, a dozen settlements and
rivers in the occupied territories
have been given new names, to
be _published tomorrow in the of-
ficial law journal.

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