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Election Systems Survey: How Do We Rate?
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The Honolulu League Nominating Committee will begin its deliberations soon. You as members should feel free to offer your thoughts and suggestions to this committee.

The voting for members of the Board and for the next nominating committee will take place at the Annual Meeting in April. Do sec Pat Shutt, Chairman or Alva Brantz, Lila Grossman, Dorothy Turnbull, Fran Burgess, Committee Members with your suggestions.

Also speak with members of this committee if you are interested in being considered as a delegate to the National Convention to be held in May this year at Atlanta, Georgia. The Nominating Committee will determine those who will serve as delegates if more members than our allowed delegate number wish to attend.


A Solid Waste Recycling Conference sponsored by the University of Hawaii's Center for Engineering Research, the University's Environmental Center and the State Department of Planning and Economic Development will be held January 27 and 28 at the Princess Kaiulani Hotel.

Stewart Udall, chairman of the board of The Overview Corporation and former U.S. Secretary of the Interior, will give the keynote address. Samuel Hale, Jr., Deputy Assistant Administrator for Solid Waste Management Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Dr. Franklin J. Agardy, Executive Vice--President of [SRS Research Company will be feature speakers on the second day.

Reflecting the high interest in solid waste and recycling systems, the objectives of the conference are:

  1. To report to the scientific community and interested citizen groups the latest thinking, planning and funding of the Counties, State and Federal government;

  2. To explore through panels and workshops the latest innovations in solid waste recycling and how they can be applied to Hawaii's specific needs.

Citizen groups, industry, the University, and County, State and Federal agencies will supply conference participants so as to obtain the widest possible coverage. A $15 registration fee includes two lunches, coffee during breaks, and parking. Further information may be obtained by calling the Center for Engineering Research at the University of Hawaii: 944-8788.

Judy Blatchford is the Hawaii League's liaison.


The next time you clean under your bed, how about bringing that box of League files or old housing report that belongs to the League to 1802 Keeaumoku? We have some committees that need the material.

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