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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

United Nations Wrap-up

U.N. Day Activities received the community effort services of United Nations Association, Doug Pierce, President, Ala Moana Lions, George Ichibawa, League of Women Voters and AAUU, Betty Piper, Lila Grossman and Nancie Perea.

After October 24th, U.N. Day, what else can we do? You can write letters to the editors or submit questions to candidates or congressional representatives. Leagues are not asked to do a new study on the U.N. this year, lather the emphasis should be to plan programs for community and legislative action supporting adequate funding and support for the U.N. system:-The7:most direct way it seems is to support UNICEF Christmas card sales by contacting Marion Wong, 3459 Waialae Ave., Room 4 (Ph: 732-3191), and just spread the good word about U.N.

Mahalo,
Melvia Kawashima
U.N. Day Chairman for Honolulu 1972

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