Busy Month Ahead|
1969-70 League Calendar
Luncheon Cancelled (Lila Grossman & Marion Saunders)
Two Conferences Scheduled
Honolulu 50th Anniversary Community Campaign (Mrs. William W. BNailey)
New Roster Information
Know Your City and County
Development Aid Reevaluation
LWV of Honolulu - Board of Directors, 1969-1970
LWV-Hawaii - Board Members, 1969-1970
A Busy Month Ahead
November will see Honolulu Leaguers engaged in reading, discussing and pondering two important items on the League agenda.
The first of these is the preparation for and then the actual taking of consensus on the matter of the Electoral. College. Enclosed in this issue of the Aloha Voter is a Facts and Issues on this topic to assist members in decision making. All 157,000 League members in 1,250 local units will be debating the consensus questions below. All the reports are due at the National office November 30. Honolulu's response will be there; what will it be?
Electoral College Consensus Questions
The second item for consideration during November will be suggestions from local Leagues for future National Program.
At the May 1970 National League Convention in Washington, D. C., delegates will adopt the entire National program for the next two years. Prior to the convention members in local Leagues throughout the country, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands will review the program items, discuss the relevance of past positions, drop, keep or add new items.
What national issues do you think the League should tackle at the onset of the seventies?
Consideration of the following questions may help members select National Program proposals,
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