The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 27, 1978 · Page 9
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 9

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Feast Of Tishiri To Be Observed The San Felipe Lodge of Perfection will observe the feast of Tishiri Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Temple. Giving the invocation will be William D. Snipes, and Lewis G. Speer will cite the SUBSCRIBE TOD A 17 744-3611 statement of purpose. C.Q. Ammann will give remarks at the dinner, while Speer will be the toastmaster. Giving the toasts of obligation will be William R. Roberts, Herbert D. Poole, J.T. Byerly, Alphe Vincent and Albert Circuit. Giving the principal address will be Rabbi Harold A. Friedman of Congregation Beth Jacob. Arnold Petitfils will pronounce the benediction. Wednesday Morning, September 27, 1978 (D t c <&albts\on |laiJii 9-A Medical Ethics Lecture Set Here Thursday RABBI FRIEDMAN Medical ethics cases will be the topic of the third Courtney Townsend Lecture in Medical Ethics Thursday at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D., will be the guest speaker for the lecture, which begins at 4 p.m. in the Basic Science Auditorium. His topic is, "Is Every Case in Medical Ethics Really So Unique? — Legalism in Contemporary Medical Ethics." Veatch is senior research associate at the Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences at Hastings-on- Hudson, N.Y. He has written two books about biomedical ethics and has edited seven more. In addition, he has written about 70 articles, dealing with a variety of topics. He has undergraduate and graduate training in pharmacology and religious ethics. Veatch has been an associate editor of the "Encyclopedia for Bioethics" and is a con- tributing editor to "Hospital Physician." He also has served on several institutional review boards which oversee human research. The Townsend lectureship was established in 1975 by the family of Courtney M. Townsend Sr., a UTMB alumnus and Paris, Texas, surgeon.. A 1932 graduate of the medical branch, Townsend is an Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus. He is a charter member of the UTMB Development Board and currently is chairman of the group. Townsend is married to Frances Cornell Townsend, and they have three sons, Severn, Lambeth and Courtney Jr. Courtney M. Townsend Jr., M.D., also is a UTMB graduale and recently was named a facully member in the department of surgery. The Townsend family eslablished the leclureship lo perpeluale serious investigation of ethical issues of medicine and medical practice. UTMB Presidenl William C. Levin, M.D., said of Courtney M. Townsend Sr., "Throughout his years in general practice, Dr. Townsend has cared for his palienls in a manner his colleagues hold up as a shining example. The Courlney M. Townsend Leclureship in Medical Ethics is intended to fur- Iher this physician's devotion to the ideal practice of the art of healing." FOOD 'WERE U3I/VER ONTHEBESTTHANAU-THE REST' 1201 ^/V\ON DAY -thru SUNDAY- TUESDAY IS £%fa{<% £ \ WE ,AC£EPr fOOP^T/ 3014 3 ->' RI ^ TO w ?EAP"W^ , c bjuWitotr ^HQW^SlUt SPECIAUS GOOC WHY SHOP SUNDAX OCTi, LEAGUE CITY 978 CD D rv JV snwi 11 PE^DON RJRECANE soon I f / !2 0-2 BUFFER N™ I 7 - ' ^f^Sfto-,- 'r"- I ., iviNE 1| O-^ 1 C^x^i>^«-^o^c^3^ ATTUES /r" ^toft !*e f^Hanviercf- o ICKLES ' DE^AAOMTE KETCHUP M /S ,^3 ?K9S 2P«. »v or fOlv, FANTASTIC &afhr-oom tPUREX s;^* Jy *fbo. L6 ga^ ^Q ^^ Q^T 4 O^M '00 <s ^//SA Soo f c? <=/- fOiv ^D ^ pQsr- 'Oy: ^/,- ;'w ^R( ti/ r j. I'Vi > (5^U ^ PMC? 38 2SJ o? bo^ ^'//>- [ Pv, » "*^ %t 'T*i Pt^^^M /^•/i 'oar/ '0/S/ i^ r/ V ^^^rm, TV COUPON 5EE HOW IT (STOP HIMEHS R^ 10-;. -^ FRESH ^8 ^^ IP •• -^^^ MIXES y ^.>v. ^/ CHECK our iASE 18 cz OD v<^--o SHAMI fish) 5 - DAY / OSCAR / u\ Bftv / ^r POOP Kl MC5^ COUPON 1 WITH COUPON /\NP PURCHASE OF IO°-OP/\AOF?E P>lMC5 1 I t I ~^^r- w » ^^ V •RiBorr U>^LOINS TO5UE /

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