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November 20, 1981 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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20 Friday, November 20, 1981

THE DETROIT Oaf NEWS

Reagan Unclear
on Women's
Rights: AJC

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Mrs. John Rockefeller and Gov. John D. Rockefeller
IV.

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congregation, Bnai Jacob
Synagogue on the occasion
of his retirement after oc-
cupying h its pulpit for 49
years. r?,
The rabbi's brother and
his wife; Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer. Cooper, Louis and
Thelma Milgrom and
Myron Milgrom repre-
sented the Detroit family at
the numerous services and
social functions, the com-
munity banquet and a spe-
cial reception at the man-
sion of Governor John D.
Rockefeller IV.
The numerous events
were marked by tributes on
a national and state basis,
with U.S. Senator Robert
Byrd (D-W. Va.) extending
honors to the retiring rabbi
and his wife who has gained
fame in her own right as an
author of cookbooks.
In behalf of the family
in Detroit, Meyer Cooper
presented ttis brother
with a framed certificate
of inscription in the
Jewish National Fund
Golden Book in
Jerusalem.
Senator Byrd paid honor
to the retiring rabbi in a
special message inserted in
the Congressional Record.
In it, he included the par-
ticipating notables in the
testimonial functions for
Rabbi Cooper.
Senator Byrd's statement
read in part:
"Rabbi Samuel Cooper
. . . after 49 years of serving
his congregation and the
Charleston community, is
retiring. This weekend,
hundreds of Rabbi Cooper's
congregants, friends and
admirers are coming to-
gether in Charleston to bid
this distinguished spiritual
leader farewell, and I want
to add my voice to their
acclaim.
"Among the many re-
sponsibilities that Rabbi
Cooper has accepted (in
addition to his congrega-
tional duties) are the
chairmanship of the West
Virginia. Human Rights
Committion and the
Charleston Housing
Council and membership
on the board of trustees
of the American Red
Cross and the Rabbinical
Council of America.
"I commend Rabbi Cooper
for his years of unselfish
service to the Bnai Jacob
Synagogue and to Charles-
ton. Rabbi Cooper is depart-
ing a familiar field of labor
for new challenges ... may
he go assured Of the
heartfelt appreciation of the
thousands of people who
his influence has touched."

New Israeli
Stamp in Dec.

NEW YORK — A new
addition to Israel stamp col-
lections will be released by
the Israel Postal Adminis-
tration next month.
The addition, a sheetlet of
nine stamps of the three
shekel denomination, will
be called "Trees of the Holy
Land."

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