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Mr. Wilfrid. M. Capper
IVU Executive Committee / International Council 1969-82
Assistant Treasurer 1969-82

21st World Vegetarian Congress 1971, The Hague, The Netherlands

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING on 6th Sept. 1971 at The Hague, Holland - Ntherlands Congress Centre
The nominations for officers were scrutinised i.e. . . . Mr C.D.Fettes for Hon.Treasurer and Mr W.M.Capper for Hon.Asst.Treasurer (both of Ireland). All these nominations were passed on to the General Meeting of the Congress for election. . .

The International Council was appointed as follows: . . . ; Mr. Christopher D. Fettes, Treasurer; Mr. Wilfrid M. Capper, Assistant Treasurer; . . .

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

The following officers are eligible for re-election unless otherwise stated:- . . . . Mr W.M.Capper Asst.Hon.Treasurer (N.Ireland);

24th World Vegetarian Congress 1977, Delhi/Bombay/Calcutta/Madras, India

The following officers are eligible for re-election unless otherwise stated:- . . . Mr W.M.Capper Asst.Hon.Treasurer (N.Ireland);

25th World Vegetarian Congress 1979, Loughborough, England

Minutes of the International Council meeting of I.V.U. at 09.30 hrs. on Tuesday 28th August 1979 in Room J.130 of the Edward Herbert Building of the University of Technology, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England, U.K.
Apologies for absence :- . . . Mr.W.M.Capper.

Minutes of the General Meeting - Election of Officers proceeded:- HON.TREASURER: Mr.C.D.Fettes (Eire); Hon.Asst.Treasurer: Mr.W.M.Capper (N.Ireland)

Minutes of a meeting of the International Council of I.V.U. held at the Movenpick Hotel, Edwin-Scharff-Haus, Silcherstrasse 40, Neu-Ulm, West Germany, on Satturday 11th and Sunday,12th July, 1981.

Apologies had been received from: . . . , Mr W.Capper.

Minutes of a meeting of the International Council of I.V.U. held at the Edwin Scharff-Haus, Neu-Elm, West Germany, 23rd July,1982

Apologies had been received from: . . . Mr W. M. Capper,
The Hon. General Secretary was asked to send a letter of condolonce to Mr Capper who had recently lost his wife.