Ostrow and Cottler Return from USSR
ZOD Election Meeting in New Zionist House
Slated; 'Let My People Go' Film to Be Shown
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, announced this week
that the ZOD has acquired a new
Zionist House, at 18501 West 10-
Mile Road, just west of South-
field, and that the annual meet-
ing for the election of officers
will be held there next Tuesday
Judge Kaufman announced that
while the election will be the first
depicts not only the tragic his-
toric events of 20 years ago but
also fulfillment of the Jewish
people's hopes in Israel.
"In films and photographs never
shown before, all historically true,
the spirit and activities of these
people are captured in a rare doc-
umentary in `Let My People Go',"
Judge Kaufman said.
Current local Zionist activi-
ties include expansion of efforts
in behalf of Kfar Silver, the
agricultural high school spon-
sored by the Zionist Organiza-
Construction work on 10-Mile
tion in Israel. At the Aliyah meet-
Road may temporarily detour ing sponsored by ZOD last
traffic near the new Zionist House.
week, the members heard brief
For the safest travel to the new
remarks by Mark Todd of
ZOD home, in the event 10-Mile Berkeley, a non - Jewish high
Rd. is affected by Tuesday, turn school student who is leaving
west on George Washington (one
next week for a few months'
block south of 10-Mile Rd.) and
study in Kfar Silver.
go one block, then turn right to
parking lot in rear of Zionist
Best Road to ZOD House
Norman Cottler (right), prominent in Detroit's food in-
dustry, and Max Ostrow, well known in the floor covering and
hardware business, returned this week from a three-week visit in
Russia. They visited in Moscow, Kiev and Odessa. After a separation
of 52 years, Cottler met with his four sisters, three brothers and
their families. Ostrow, who previously visited in Russia in 1959
and 1962, also visited with members of his family. In 1959, Mr.
Ostrow was accompanied on his trip by his wife, his sister, Marian
Razumma, and grandson, Lawry Ostrow. Cottler and Ostrow were
in the synagogues in the cites they visited. They report that the
houses of worship were always filled, but that there were no young
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