State Convention - Saturday, April 20, 1968
Hawaii Nei Today - Know Your City, its Resources and Needs
President's Page (Elaine Vik)
Resolution (Discussion Units)
Annual Meeting Report
Local Agenda Committee - The Latest on Diamond Head
Foreign Policy (Virginia Bogard)
Voters Service (Helen Tamashiro)
Job Corps (Elsie Jordan)
Honolulu's Manpower Outlook 1965-1970
Your State League in Action!
LWV-Honolulu Board of Directors, 1968-1969
Proposed State Bylaw Changes
Let's Talk Government and League
FOREIGN POLICY - Virginia Bognrd (Virginia will be leaving in August for Phoenix. Marilyn Bornhorst is the new chairman.)
The Foreign Policy Committee of 1967-68 wishes to express its appreciation to our fellow members for their interest and enthusiasm concerning the various topics covered this year. We are particularly indebted to the unit chairmen and discussion leaders. Thank you.
As the Chairman, I wish to thank the members of thy committee for their hard work and for the good times we had in doing it. They are: Dee Lum, Ann Machovina, Laura Draper, Phyllis DeFano, Ruth Balsley, and Gertrude Holton.
EDGAR SNOW Thursday April 11, U. of Hawaii campus
Lecture at Spaulding 115 7:30 P.M.
Film again after the lecture
Mr. Snow is an "old China Hand" having spent many years there as a student and teacher and newspaper man. During his infest stay in China (1964-65), Mr. Snow interviewed Premier Chou En-lai, Foreign Minister Ch'en Yi and others. Chairman Mao Tse-tung talked with him for hours, in a dialogue which was published around the the world.
Mr. Snow said "in general, the film follows a kind of picture-book script of "Red Star Over China" and "The Other side of the River", two books I wrote about the revolution, before and after."
Readers who want to improve their understanding of China will find a number of good paperbacks available:
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