Winter/Spring 1986

January 7 Meg Greenfield,
Editor, Washington Post and columnist for Newsweek

The News Media and Its Responsibility

January 21 Ralph Salerno,
Organized crime specialist, consultant to U.S. Department of Justice, author

Organized Crime: How It Works and How It Affects You

February 4 Helen Colijn,
Ex-internee in a South Sumatra prison camp. Peninsula Women’s Chorus,
Dr. Patricia Hennings, Director.

Song of Survival -the Story of Music in a Prison Camp

February 18 Jim Jorgensen,
Author, Editor of the Jorgensen Report, host of weekly radio ar1d television shows

MoneyShock – the Future Shock of Financial Deregulation

March 4 Wilma Dykeman,
Author, lecturer, regional historian

Our Literary Roots – from the Regional to the Universal

March 18 Charles McDowell,
Washington columnist, Richmond Times Dispatch; Panelist, Washington Week in Review, PBS

Washington; What Now?

April 1 Dr. Alan Dundes,
Professor of Anthropology, U.C. Berkeley

Folklore in the Modern World

April 15 Dr. Peter Grothe,
Professor of International Policy Studies, the Monterey Institute of International Studies

Report from South Africa

May 6 Gwen King,
White House staff under Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford

21 Years in the White House

May 20 Zorn Shively,
Social Security Administrator

Will Social Security Survive?

June 3 Stirllng Silliphant,
Oscar winning motion picturetelevision writer-producer

Screenwriting: Silliphant Style