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Dr. Walsh to Resume j
Annual Lectures on I
World Problems |
Dr. Edmund A. Walsh, S. J., of s
Georgetown University, noted au- if
thority on communism, naziism and! ||
' geopolitics, will resume his annual j p
| lectures on in
! tions Feb. 19.
In a series of
eight lectures he
will deal primar
I ily with the
I Nuernberg trial
of major Nazi
rary events. As
a consultant on
the staff of Su
Justice Robert §
! H. Jackson, chief
of counsel of the nr. Walsh.
United States, Dr. Walsh witnessed p
the preliminary stages, daily hap- |f
penings apd the dramatic final ses- p
sions of the International Military
The lectures will be given at the M
Mayflower Hotel. The School of 1 '
Foreign Service again is sponsoring ||
the series. j§
The schedule of lectures follows: ||
February 19, “The Story of the p
Captured Documents”: March 3, j§
“The Crime of Aggressive War and §§
Breaches of' World Peace”; March 1
7, “Crimes Against Humanity and
International Law”; March 24, “The ft
Persecution of Religion and the Cult §
of Nordic Paganism”; March 31, ||
“The End of German Geopolitics”; g
April 11, “Soviet Geopolitics in Eu- If
rope and Asia”; April 14, “Legal ||
and Moral Basis of the Nuernberg pi
Trial,” and April 21, “Responsibili- ^
ties of the United States in the g
Medical Forum Slated |
For Wednesday Night
Current trends in the treatment g
of diseases will be discussed .bjfiiiouis g
A. M. Krause, associate professor of gj
medicine at the University of Mary- 1
lftnd, in -a medical forum at 8:15 Is
Am. Wednesday at 1718 M street
The meeting is sponsored jointly
by the District Medical Society and gj:
the District Pharmaceutical Associ- j|
! ation. gj
The group will also hear a talk by jg
Prof. Charles W. Bliven, acting ;g
dean of the School of Pharmacy at i
George Washington University. |j
Other speakers will be Worth B. p
Daniels, clinical professor of medi
cine at the Georgetown University |j
School of Medicine, and Robert P.
Herwick, director of the medical
division of the Food and Drug Ad- gj
| ministration. g
B'nai B'rith Group
To Honor Mrs. Rogers
Representative Edith Nourse Rog
ers. Republican, of Massachusetts jg
will be honored at a testimonial din- gj
ner sponsored by the B’nai B’rith gj
National Veterans’ Advisory Com
mittee, February 17, at the Hotel
The dinner will open a two-day
joint conference of the committee
and the National Postwar Service
To Meet Wednesday
The Anti-Cigaret Alliance, Inc.,
of the District is sponsoring a meet
ing at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
| Capital Memorial Church, Fifth and
| F streets N.W.
Addresses will be given by Dr. *s
W. Sinclair Bowen and Dr. Raymond gj
J. Schmidt, general superintendent j|
of the National Civic League. Justin |j
Lawrie, director of music at the jjg
Foundry Methodist Church, will sing | §
and speak. Prof. W. A. Scharfen- |j
berg, general secretary of the Amer- ||
j ican Temperance Society, will 1
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