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March 27, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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48 Friday, March 21,-1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tax Help at Jewish Center

Sam Marcus Will Retire
From Fresh Air Society

The Jewish Community
Center will offer sessions on
how to use the "Federal Tax
Coordinator," a 28-volume
compilation of federal tax
laws and answers to all fed-
eral tax questions written
in business language at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday and April 7 in
the Center library.
Steve Zimberg, paralegal
sales representative for the
Research Institute of
America, will direct the ses-
sions. The new 28-volume
set will be permanently
housed in the Henry and

During his tenure,
Marcus oversaw the de-
velopment of Camp
Tamarack at Ortonville
into the largest outdoor
education program in
Michigan while the Fresh
Air Society programs
grew to include four
major sites in Michigan
and Ontario.
Michael Zaks, associate
executive director at the
Fresh Air Society, will as-
sume directorship of the
agency.

Samuel Marcus, the
executive vice president of
the Fresh Air Society, has
announced plans to retire
effective May 31.
Marcus has been the chief
executive of the Detroit
Jewish communal camping
agency for the past 31 years
and involved in communal
work since 1949.
He was actively involved
in the Fresh Air Society and
Tamarack Hills authority,
of which he is the executive
secretary.

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Jimmy P. Morris
Branch Activities
Rabbi Benjamin Gorre-
lick, rabbi emeritus, Cong.
Beth Achim, will offer a
weekly lecture series at the
Center's Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch during April
and May.
Rabbi Gorrelick will
speak on "Great Leaders of -
Yiddish Literature." The
list includes Mendele
Mokher Seforim, I.L. Peretz
and Sholem Aleichem.
The Jewish Community
Center lecture series is of-
fered on Mondays, begin-
ning April 6, at 1 p.m. They
are open to the public at no
charge. For information,
call the Morris Branch,
967-4030.

Hermelin Seeks
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Delia Meyers Memorial Li-
brary at the main building.
Sessions are open to the
public at no charge.
The Center has expanded
its hours in the library at
the main building. The
facility is open to the public
on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Monday 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.; Tuesday 9 a.m. to 8
p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
A luncheon in the li-
brary will be held 12:30
p.m. May 12 in honor of
Mother's Day. Bette
Roth, director of the li-
brary, will lead a discus-
sion entitled "Behind
Every Great Person
Stands a Mother."
In addition to the ex-
panded hours, more than
150 adult and children's
books have been added to
the Center collection in
1981.






















NEW YORK — Detroiter
David Hermelin called on
the 20,000 members of
Men's ORT chapters in the
U.S. to meet a minimum of
half their 1981 pledges by
June 30.
Speaking to the quarterly
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tion Committee, Hermelin,
president of Detroit Men's
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to meet the needs of the
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The committee also sent
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Hebrew U. Offers
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JERUSALEM — Dr.
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