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President's Message (Jackie Parnell)
December Meeting Features Proposal to Address Agricultural Lands (Jackie Parnell)
Volunteer for Election
Discussion Group Meets Oct. 21 (Evangeline Funk)
Parlor Game for Civil Liberties (Dorothy Cornell)
Constitutional Amendments Debated (Arlene Ellis)
Phone Company Takeover Bears Watching (Pearl Johnson)
Welcome New Members
Conference on Judicial Independence
View Sovereignty Tapes
Debate History Tapes Available
City Planner at Planning & Zoning Meeting Oct. 26

President's Message

Voter Service is really cracking this year. Two more successful forums since the last issue (three altogether): the mayor and prosecutor races for the primary election, and a debate on the constitutional amendments for the general, all in conjunction with Hawaii Public Radio. And thanks to many volunteers, we did our small part in increasing voter registration. Hooray for League!

Two major events are coming up. One is our conference on judicial independence. Please join us at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom on November 13. Details and a registration form are in the insert to this month's voter. And plan ahead for the annual planning meeting at the Hale Koa Hotel on December 11. We have a great program for that meeting. Details and registration will be in next month's voter.

We had a small glitch in last month's newsletter - we drew your attention to an article on neighborhood discussion groups that somehow got left out. It truly is in this issue. This is an opportunity to meet and know Leaguers in your neighborhood and discuss local issues that you might want League to address. And have a good time doing it!

Finally, we have a request. Flowers are needed to add a welcoming Hawaiian touch to our conference on November 13. If you could contribute some for that day, please call the office (5317448) and let us know.

Jackie Parnell
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