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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

Tuesday, August 19

9:00 - 10:15 A.M.

  • CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP: PROBLEMS OF VEGETARIAN CHILDREN: friends/school/parties/etc.
    Conducted by Anne and Daniel Dinshah - Congress Day-Care Center (Lingyel Hall)
  • IVU MEMBER SOCIETY PROGRESS REPORTS - in the Main Gym, at the North End of the Mall

10:45 A.M. - NOON

  • YOUTH PROGRAM: BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES
    Victoria Mucie, Carnegie ( art museum) 202
  • SCENTIFIC VEGETARIAN NUTRITION, PART II
    Dr. Ralph Bircher - Main gymnasium
    Dr. Gaylen Johnson - Little Hall, rm 130
    Dr. Jay Hoffman - Boardman Hall, rm. 336
    Dr. Keki R. Sidhwa - Little Hall, rm. 140
  • VEGETARIAN HOMESTEADING, PART II
    Scott and Helen Nearing - Hauck Auditorium
  • BALANCED PROGRAM FOR NATURAL HEALTH (PART II)
    R. J. Cheatham - Little Hall, rm. 120
    Dr. Carlos Casanova-Lenti - Aubert, room 428
    Dr. Harry J. Weber - N. Stevens, rm 37
  • NATURAL CHILDBIRTH AND INFANT FEEDING (PART II)
    Dr. Alec Burton - Nutting Hall, rm.100
  • VEGETARIAN COOKERY, PART II
    Rev. Alice Holtman - Barrows, rm.153
    Mrs. Edythe Schechter - Little Hall, rm.110
  • EMOTIONAL STABILITY AND MENTAL HEALTH (PART II)
    Robert Zuraw - Bennet, rm. 140
  • CLASS IN LIFE SCIENCE, PART II
    Dr. Martin Fritz - Coburn, rm 15
    Note: each of the above adult classes is Part II of a 2-day class. If you are attending one of these 2-day classes, please go to BOTH SESSIONS OF THE SAME CLASS.
  • SYMPOSIUM: VEGETARIANIMS AND NON-VIOLENCE
    Batier Vexier (Israel), Grace Smith (England), Bob Pinkus (N.J.), and others. - Bennett room 137
  • MAN'S ORIGINAL DIET (Repeat of same class)
    Dr. Frank & Mrs. Rosalie Hurd - Aubert, 316
  • HOW TO PLAN A BALANCED VEGETARIAN REGIMEN
    Bob Lewanski - Murray, rm.141
  • VEGETARIANISM AND ANIMAL WELFARE
    Smt. Rukmini Devi Arundale - Bennett, rm.141
  • HOW TO PRESENT VEGETARIANISM
    Neil Ehmke - Boardman, rm.60
  • THE TRAGEDY OF FACTORY FARMING
    Dipl. Ing. Julius Fleischanderl - Jenness, 100
  • THE LAW OF CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE
    Louis Warter - Little Hall, rm. 203
  • VEGETARIANISM AND YOUR PHYCHE (Repeat)
    Dr. David A. Phillips - Murray, rm 207

2:00 - 3:00 P.M.

  • VEGETARIANISM IN SPORTS AND ATHLETICS: LECTURE AND TENNIS DEMONSTRATIONS
    Peter Burwash and assistants - On the tennis courts East of Main Gym.

3:00 - 5:00 P.M.

  • NAVS BOARD MEETING (Board members & nominees only) - Wells Commons, Board rm., 2d floor

3:45 - 5:00 P.M.

  • PROTEIN, VITAMINS, MINERALS, PART II
    Dr. Alec Burton - Main Gymnasium
    Dr. Harry J. Weber - Murray, rm. 102
  • RAISING A HEALTHY VEGETARIAN FAMILY, II
    R. J. Cheatham - Hauck auditorium
    Lic. German Alberti - Coburn, rm. 15
  • SCIENTIFIC VEGETARIAN NUTRITION, PART II
    Dr. Karl-Otto Aly - Aubert Hall, room 316
  • DECENTRALIZATION AND SIMPLE LIVING, II
    Dr. Willis B. Hunting - Nutting, rm 120
  • EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS, PART II
    Dr. Edwin Flatto - Little Hall, rm. 120
    Bob Lewanski - Jenness, rm. 100
  • NATURAL GARDENING METHODS, PART II
    Dr. Richard St. Barbe Baker - Boardman, rm 336
    Leonard Lasky - Carnegie, rm 202
    Eliot Coleman - Little Hall, rm.110
    Dr. David A. Phillips - Little Hall, rm. 140
    Note: all the above classes in this time spot are Part II of 2-day classes. If you are in one of these, please attend the same class you attended on the previous day.
  • HEART ATTACK, STROKE, AND CHOLESTEROL
    Dr. Gaylen Johnson - Bennett, rm.137
    Dr. V. N. Jai - Bennett, room 141
  • THE RECOVERY OF CULTURE
    Prof. Henry Bailey Stevens - Little Hall, rm. 130
  • JAPANESE VEGETARIAN COOKING (Repeat)
    Dr. M. Tada - and the delegation from Japan - Barrows, rm. 153
  • A VEGETARIAN VIEW OF AMERICA (Repeat)
    Robert Zuraw - Bennett, rm. 140
  • BEAUTY IS AS BEAUTY DOES
    Victoria Mucie - North Stevens, rm. 37
  • WORKSHOPS: PUBLICIZING VEGETARIANISM THROUGH THE MASS-MEDIA
    Nellie Shriver - Boardman, rm 344
    Robert Pinkus - Little Hall, rm, 203

6:00 - 7:00 P.M.

SCIENCE COUNCIL OF THE INTERNATIONAL VEGETARIAN UNION (SCIVU Members only) - Little Hall, room 203

7:15 - 7:30 P.M.

MUSICAL PRELUDE TO THE EVENING SESSION IN THE MAIN GYM, AT NORTH END OF MALL

7:30 SHARP! - 9:30 P.M.

  • PLENARY SESSION - IN THE MAIN GYM
    SPECIAL INDIA-NIGHT PROGRAM, FEATURING NOTED TEACHERS AND LEADERS OF THE VEGETARIAN-HUMANITARIAN MOVEMENT IN INDIA.
    Chairman for this session, Shri Jayantilal N. Mankar
    THE RIGHTS OF ANIMALS
    Shrimati Rukmini Devi Arundale (20 min) (Other lectures, by Shri Surendra Mehta, of the Indian Vegetarian Congress, and several other speakers to be announced later)

Wednesay 20