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January 14, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Holy One led Adam
through the Garden of
Eden, and said: "I created
all My beautiful and glori-

ous works for your sake.
Take heed. not to corrupt
and destroy My world!
---Ecclesiastes

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Home-Made Desserts.
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2 for 1, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Daily

British Chief Rabbi to Give
Teitelbaum Lecture at WSU

Sir
Immanuel
Jakobovits, chief rabbi of
the United Hebrew Congre-
gations of the British Com-
monwealth, will speak on
"Jewish Medical Ethics" at
the fourth annual Myer
Teitelbaum Lecture pre-
sented by Wayne State
University 8chool of
Medicine. The lecture will
be at noon Jan. 26 in Gordon
Scott Hall, 540 E. Canfield,
in the Detroit Medical Cen-
ter.

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Rabbi Jakobovits re-
ceived a BA degree and
minister's diploma from
Jews' College, London, his
rabbinical diploma from the
Yeshiva Etz Chaim in Lon-
don and a PhD degree from
the University of London.
He entered the rabbinate
at age 20, serving at several
synagogues in London be-
fore becoming chief rabbi of
Ireland in 1949, where he
remained for 10 years. He
then became the first rabbi
of New York's Fifth Avenue
Synagogue.
In 1967, he was in-
stalled as chief rabbi of
the United Hebrew Con-
gregations of the British
Comthonwealth of Na-
tions with jurisdiction
over some 200 congrega-
tions in the United King-
dom, Australia and New
Zealand.
His offices include
president of the Jesis' Col-
lege, in London; president of
the Institute of Judaism and
•Medicine in Jerusalem;
founder and chairiaan of the
Jewish Educational De-
velopment Trust; governor
of Hebrew University, Bar-
Ilan University, Ramat Gan
and Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem; and joint
president of the Council of
Christians and Jews and
president of the Conference
of European Rabbis. He was
knighted by Queen
Elizabeth- II in 1981.
Rabbi Jakobovits is
author of "Jewish Medical
Ethics," "Jewish Law Faces
Modern Problems," "Jour-

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nal of a Rabbi" and "The
Timely and the Timeless."
He is co-author of the
"Jewish Hospital Compen-
dium."
The lecture memorializes
Dr. Teitelbaum, an inter-
nist at Detroit Receiving
Hospital and clinical assis-
tant professor at Wayne
State University School of
Medicine, who died in 1976.
The program is open to
the public free of charge.

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