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Season's Hottest Ticket - Maka Maka Mixer
Calendar
From Our President (Jean Ko)
Pass the Word
November Units: Juvenile Justice
Transportation Update (Dorothy Lum)
Looking at Consolidation (Jean Aoki)
Question of Procedure (Karla Telfer)
Membership

Membership

NEW MEMBERS

Ah Jook Ku 1456 Thurston Ave. Y1404 Honolulu, 96822 521-6323

Teresa Gomez 280 Kuliouou Honolulu, 96821 373-0144 r/521-4911 b

REINSTATE

Jennifer Eckert 2529-A La-I Road Honolulu, 96816 732-5762

Jackelyn Dame 400 Dune Circle Kailua, 96734 261-1373

CORRECTIONS

Opal Sloane 98-1015 Palula Way

Sue Houshalter 377-9916

Alice Fraser 1160 Ala Napuani Y1401 Honolulu, 96818 833-8962

DROPS

Joyce Miller Katherine Guille Laurel Sicks

Sandra Schlanger Barbara Ryan Sheldon Crane Beverly Endrizal

BIOraphical FEEDBACK ...about our new members ...

LINDA HIGGINS, a Navy wife, was a LWV member in Maine and worked on Voter Service...LORI WALKER is a student at U.H. and works at the Law School library, Oahu Prison, and does research for the American Psychological Association in Hawaii...PHYLLIS RICE has lived in Hawaii for 13 years and is a volunteer advocate for the handicapped...BETTY McMATH, wife of a retired Army officer, is active in Delta Gamma sorority, and is on the LWV Schools Committee... a member of the League's public relations committee, BOBBIE SLATER had her own macrame manufacturing company before taking time out to raise two young children... ALICE ERASER, a retired social worker, has traveled extensively but has now settled in Hawaii...PATRICIA DE FREE has come to Hawaii from New Mexico for only a year while her husband is at the U.H. 1\ath Dept... DEBORAH SOMERSET, who works part-time doing neurological and psychological testing and was a court volunteer, is interested in the Juvenile Justice Study and the Schools Committee...Hawaii's first State League President, MARGUERITE SIMSON, has rejoined after attending law school and establishing a practice in Honolulu; she is interested in the problems of the elderly...ANN REEVES came last year from Houston, Texas, where she worked in public relations for Shell Oil; she is assisting Arlene Woo in producing KHVH "Viewpoints"...brand-new to Hawaii, ETHEL GRAVES, has come from Minneapolis with two children to enjoy a warmer clime; she was involved in Twin Cities politics, and was the administrator of a youth counseling program...during the 21 years she has lived in Honolulu, LYNN KUGLE has become active as a school volunteer, soccer team mother, women's exercise group leader, and as a member of church and garden groups...LESLIE HOADLEY recently arrived from Illinois where she had worked for many years in an insurance and finance office; she is presently living with her sister, and has joined her in working for the Outdoor Circle... MARTHA BURKE is President of Kaleheo High School PTSA, tutors at Kailua School, and is interested in the Juvenile Justice study.

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