December Units - Consensus on Welfare|
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U.S. Congress Study Gets Underway
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In the Campaign Finances Committee
Bouquet to... (Ann Hansen)
Air Pollution Glossary
In Your Own Home (You Supply the Scissors!)
Election Night Coverage (Betty Buck)
Susie Orient Says---
Welfare Consensus Questions
December Units - Consensus on Welfare
The December units will attempt to take a consensus on welfare. Required reading includes:
There will also be a short presentation by the resource people.
National asked us for a consensus rather late in the year. The Human resources Committee has amassed and absorbed as much material as possible in the allotted time. Committee members will be at the units to help answer questions, but it is still necessary to read the resource material.
The consensus questions are reprinted in this issue of the Voter. The committee realizes that welfare is a broad and complex topic and that the members may not feel competent to reach consensus on such short study. However, because of the anticipated charge:; in the welfare system, it is felt that local Leagues should try to come to an agreement on certain aspects of the consensus questions.
Tuesday, Dec. 8
HONOLULU MORNING UNIT Home of Marjorie Taylor 526 Ulili St., Honolulu Ph. 752-0827 9:00 Coffee; 9:30 Meeting
HONOLULU EVENING UNIT AAUW Clubhouse, 1802 Keeaumoku St. 7:30 Coffee and Meeting for information call Sharon Yokote, Ph. 757-7741
Wednesday, Dec. 9
HAWAII KAI UNIT Home of Jane Hewitt 7167 Kamilo St., Honolulu 9:15 Coffee; 9:30 Meeting for information call Sue Thorndike Ph. 373-0155
Thursday, Dec. 10
WINDWARD MORNING UNIT St. Christopher's Episcopal Church 95 N. Kainalu Dr., Kailua 9:15 Coffee; 9:30 Meeting for information call Marion Wilkins; Ph. 261-0549 babysitting available at church
WINDWARD EVENING UNIT Emmanuel Episcopal Church Annex, 708 Wanaao Rd., Kailua 7:30 Coffee and Meeting for information call Betty Grode; Ph. 262-4924
No second Round of Units. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
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