In the last paragraph of today's Jack Anderson column appearing in the Real Estate section, which is printed in advance, an attorney is incorrectly identified. He represented minority clients who once sued the city of Macon, Ga.
Syndicated columnist Jack Anderson will speak at the Sept. 10 luncheon of the Training Officers Conference at the Fort McNair Officers Club.
For reservations call Richard Burdick weekdays on 275-2882.
The Senior Executives Assocation/Professional Development League is sponsoring a leadership seminar Sept. 10-11 at the Rosslyn Westpark Hotel.
Robert Terry of the University of Minnesota will lead the sessions, which deal with problem solving, leadership skills and how to avoid job burnout.
U.S. Information Agency Alumni Association's Tuesday luncheon will feature a talk from Frank Stanton, former CBS president and media policy adviser to several presidents. After the Fort McNair Officers Club meeting, the ex-USIA folks will attend ceremonies at the park at 18th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW that is dedicated to the late Edward R. Murrow. He was an award-winning radio and television journalist and one-time director of the USIA. Many of his friends and coworkers are expected at the ceremonies.
For reservations or information call Fred Hawkins at 229-4665.
Dr. Richard Scott, director of the Washington Cardiovascular Institute, will speak at the Sept. 23 meeting (7 p.m.) of the Wheaton-Glenmont Chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees. Place is the Wheaton Library on Georgia Avenue.
For details call Bea Rosen on 942-9176.
Legislative director Judy Park will talk at the Sept. 10 luncheon meeting of NARFE's Fairfax chapter.
Place is the Arlington/Fairfax Elks Lodge.
Association of Government Accountants' Northern Virginia chapter will have its dinner meeting Sept. 17 at the Imperial 400 Motor Inn in Alexandria.