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December 04, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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48 Friday, December 4, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Federation to Cite Young Leaders

Activities in Society

Susan Citrin, Dr. Richard
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tional vice president, and Krugel and Benjamin F.
Spitzer of Oak Park re- Sharlene Unger, both of Rosenthal will receive the
cently returned from Lon- Southfield, will have lead- 1981 Young Leadership
don, England, where they ership roles at the national Awards of the Jewish Wel-
attended the Bar Mitzva of conference of the Women's fare Federation at its Board
their first grandson, Shlomo League for Conservative of Governors meeting on
Zalman Bleir, son of Rabbi Judaism, which will be held Monday.
Monday-Wednesday in Los
and Mrs. Yidell Bleir.
Federation President
Dorothy Chaiken, a na- Angeles, Calif.
Avern Cohn will make the
presentation to the three
young leaders.
Under Supervision of
Mrs. Citrin and Dr.
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Krugel attended the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations
last month in St. Louis as
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Gifts, associate chairman of
the $100 First Time and
briefing chairman of the
Pre-Campaign ($600) sec-
tions. Currently, she is
chairman of the division's
Hatikvah section for the
1982 Campaign. Mrs. Citrin
has been a board member of
Women's Division and a
member of its executive
'committee. She serves as
treasurer and board
member of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service.
Dr. Krugel, the 1981 re-
cipient of the Frank A.
Memorial
Wetsman
Award,
Leadership
chairs the mission sub-
committee of the Cam-
paign Management
Committee for the 1982
Allied Jewish Campaign.
For three years, he has
served on Federation's
Culture and Educational
budgeting and planning
division. Dr. Krugel has
been a member of the
United Jewish Appeal
National Young Leader-
ship Cabinet for several
years, serving as a mis-
sion co-chairman in
1980-1981 and campaign
chairman this year. He is
a board member of Fresh
Air Society.
Rosenthal, 1980-1981
piesident of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Junior Di-
vision, will receive the
William H. Boesky Memo-
rial Leadership Award. Ro-
senthal has served on the
Junior Division board of di-
rectors and executive com-
mittee and held various
offices within the division,
including his chairmanship

Explosion Near
Haifa Kills One

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
One person was killed and
two were injured last week
when a munitions dump at a
military camp near Haifa
blew up.
The dead man, who was
not immediately identified,
was a resident of Jenin in
Samaria who happened to
be in the area at the time of
the explosion. The blast oc-
cured in Kiryat Hayim, a
suburb and industrial zone
northeast of Haifa.
The explosives continued
to detonate for 2 1/2 hours be-
fore fire-fighters on land
and iliq'the air were able to
approach the area to at-
, !ilpt to put, out .a massive
onFL, tion that de-
:, rhers in nearby
residents were
ordered irao bomb shelters
and the entire region was
cordoned off from traffic.
Warnings were issued to the
public tastay in their homes
and not to touch unexploded
shells.

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