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23rd IVU World Vegetarian Congress 1975
Orono, Maine, USA

from Vegetarian Voice, Vol.2, No.4, Jul/Aug 1975:

Congress Program

Saturday, August 23

9:00 - 10:15 A.M.

  • CHILDREN'S PROGRAM: TOBE ANNOUNCED
    - Congress Day-Care Ctr. (Lingyel Hall)

  • NATURE'S SECRETS FOR BETTER HEALTH, II
    Dr. Edwin Flatto - Main Gym
  • THE VEGAN KITCHEN PART II (with color slides)
    Freya Dinshah - Hauck Auditorium
  • SYMPOSIUM: VEGETARIANISM AND NATURAL LIVING IN INDIA TODAY, PART II
    Aubert, room 316
  • BALANCED PROGRAM FOR NATURAL LIVING, II
    Dr. Keki R. Sidhwa - Little Hall rm. 130
    Dr. Carlos Casanova-Lenti - Aubert, room 428
  • NATURAL GARDENING METHODS, PART II (rpt)
    Prof. Scott Nearing - Murray, rm. 102
    Richard St. Barbe Baker - Boardman, rm.336
    Dr. David A. Phillips - Little Hall, rm. 140
    Eliot Coleman - Jenness, rm. 100
  • NATURAL EYE-CARE & EYE EXERCISES, II (repeat)
    Robert Zuraw - Bennett, rm. 140
  • DECENTRALIZATION & SIMPLE LIVING, II
    Dr. Willis B. Hunting - Carnegie, rm. 202
  • CLASS IN LIFE SCIENCE, PART II (repeat)
    Dr. Martin Fritz - Coburn, rm.15

  • VEGETARIANISM FOR HEALTH & HAPPINESS
    Yogi Bhajan - Bennett, rm.137
  • HOW TO TRAVEL AS A VEGETARIAN
    Leonard Lasky - Nutting, rm 100
  • WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT CANCER? (repeat)
    Dr. Alec Burton - Little, rm 120
    R. J. Cheatham - Barrows, rm. 153
  • BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES (repeat)
    Victoria Mucie - Bennett, rm. 141
  • THE CARE & VEGETARIAN FEEDING OF PETS (repeat)
    Dr. Ann Wigmore - Little Hall, rm 110
  • NATURAL RECOVERIES FROM GANGRENE ETC.
    Prof. Londono - Little Hall rm. 203

10:45 A.M. - NOON

  • YOUTH SESSION: LIVING THE GOOD LIFE
    Scott & Helen Nearing - Carnegie rm. 202
  • PROTEIN, VITAMINS, MINERALS, PART II
    R. J. Cheatham - Main Gym
  • SYMPOSIUM: VEGETARIANISM IN RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL LIFE, PART III
    Moderator, Louis Warter - Hauck Auditorium
    Amng the speakers today: Shri T. S. Khanna, vegetarianism & meditation; Yogi Ramaiah, Kriya Yoga & vegetarianism; Shri J. N. Mankar will present a Hindu point of view, and will read a paper from Sri Lanka (Ceylon) on Buddhism and Vegetarianism.
  • RISING A HEALTHY VEGETARIAN FAMILY, II (repeat)
    Dr. Keki R. Sidhwa - Bennett, rm. 137
    Lic. German Alberti - Boardman, rm. 336
  • BALANCED PROGRAM FOR NATURAL LIVING, II (repeat)
    Dr. David A. Phillips - Aubert Hall, rm. 316
    Dr. Weber will be unable to appear today, so will have terminated his classes on Friday.)
    Bob Lewanski - Little Hall, rm. 203
  • SCIENTIFIC VEGETARIAN NUTRITION, PART II (repeat)
    Dr. Alec Burton - Nutting rm. 100
    Dr. Jay Milton Hoffman - Barrows, rm 153
    Dr. Ralph Bircher - Little Hall, rm. 110
    Dr. Gordon Latto - Littel Hall, rm 140
    Dr. V. N. Jai - Shibles Hall, rm. 207
  • EMOTIONAL STABILITY & MENTAL HEALTH, II (repeat)
    Rev. Alice Holtman - Bennett, rm. 140
    Robert Zuraw - Aubert, rm. 428
  • EATING FOR LIFE
    Nat Altman - Little Hall, rm. 120
  • VEGETARIAN COOKERY
    Chefs of the Golden Temple - Concscious Cookery (Boston & Washington) - (rpt) Little Hall, rm.130
  • HUMANE ALTERNATIVES TO ANIMAL PRODUCTS (repeat)
    Julius Flieschanderl - Bennett, rm 141
    Serena Coles - North Stevens, rm. 37
  • THE POWER OF BREATH
    Dr. Martin Fritz - Coburn, rm. 15

2:00 - 3:15 P.M.

  • WORKSHOP FOR OFFICERS AND WORKERS OF NAVS-AFFILIATED LOCAL VEG. GROUPS (All interested in starting local groups are also invited)
    H. Jay Dinshah and Brian Graff - Little, rm. 120

3:30 - 5:00 P.M.

  • NAVS BOARD MEETING (For NAVS Board Members only) Wells Commons, Board rm., 2nd floor.

5:30 P.M. - 1:00 A.M.

  • GALA BANQUET
    5:30 DINNER: Special Banquet Menu - IN THE REGULAR DINING AREAS.
    7:00 MUSICAL PRELUDE - IN THE MAIN GYM
    7:15 SHARP! ENTERTAINMENT:
    Maria Illo - Curtis & Randy Blank - Dixie Mahy
    Beauty Without Cruelty Fashion Show (Lionel Fernandez, Dr. Thurston, vegetarian models)
    9:00 P.M. - 1:00 A.M. DANCING (14 piece band)
    NOTE: THE BANQUET is free of charge to all Congress Registrants. Non-Registrants may purchase full banquet tickets by or before Friday, August 22nd, at the NAVS booth in the Exhibition (Field House, Main Gym Building) or the NAVS office in Wells Commons lobby. $10 per adult, $5 child up to 12th birthday.

Sunday 24