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November Calendar
Vote "YES" on Charter Revision, "YES" on Option Two
Units - Land Use
Thoughts from the President (Dee Lum)
November 7 - What Your Vote Means...
Garbage Bag
Community Announcements
Voters Service
Latest Scoop on Housing Crisis
Foreign Trade, a Sinking Ship
Universal Declaration of Human Rights - 1948 - 1968
United Nations Wrap-up (Melvia Kawashima)
Facts and Figures in Brief
Right of Privacy (Barbara Nobriga)
Report on... The Youth Mystique
Report on the League from National
Welcome these New Members
Those Who Have Helped Us
Roster of Qualified Women

Community Announcements

"AN EVENING WITH CLARE BOOTHE LUCE"

The American Association of University Women, Honolulu Branch will present a program that includes, "Slam the Door Softly", a one-act play written by

Mrs. Luce. Electra Gailas and Dick Fair of the Mallory Players will be the performing artists.

At the conclusion of the play Mrs. Luce and four community personalities will discuss the theme which is parallel to that of , "A. Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen.

Following that there will be a champagne theatre party. This event will take place Saturday, November 18, 8:00 p.m. at the Long House, Hilton Hawaiian Village.' Tickets are $5.00 each, a portion of which is a donation.

The evening is presented as a benefit to raise money for the AAUW Honolulu Branch s scholarship which is designed to give financial aid to women of the Pacific Area for undergraduate study.

To order tickets please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: AAUW, 1602 Keeaumoku St., Honolulu 96822. For further information call AAUW 537-4702, Mrs. Robert Falsing 395-2840 or Mrs: Lawrence Gordon 955-0031

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HAPPINESS a new program at the Richards. St. YWCA - child care availability under H-R concerns.

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NOTICE

Starting November 1st the front door of AAUW will be closed at 12 noon except Thursdays. Please plan around this. Keys may be obtained from Dee Lum, Dorothy Bremner and Ruth Snyder.

P.S. Committees should mark calendars to avoid duplicate use of office.

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