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President's Message (Arlene Woo)
Revised Calendar - 1982-83
Natural Resources Committee: "The Regulators"
Congressional Leadership Debates
Olive Dille Nelson
Norma Carr Elected to Honolulu Board
Concurrence on Reproductive Choices
National Security Study to be Launched
Action Packed Politics - Membership Campaign Goes into High Gear (Mary Ellen Reed)
League is Action
Talent Bank Update
Arlene Woo will be appearing on the KHET program, "Dialogue", on September 17 at 7:30 p.m. She will be joining two members of the Charter Review Commission and one member from Common Cause in a discussion of the recommendations of the Charter Review Commission.
Barbara Farwell was appointed to represent Honolulu League on the joint finance committee organized by State to work out an equitable arrangement for the financial support of the State League. At present, State League is supported by voluntary pledges by the local chapters.
Alice Scott was nominated by our president for the Liberty Bell Award presented annually by the Young Lawyers' Section of the Hawaii Bar Association. State League president, Rhoda Miller has nominated Anna Lee, Anna Hoover and Marty McGurk for this same award.
The Liberty Bell Award is given to a non-lawyer who has made an outstanding contribution to the community in a law-related field. It is given in recognition of an individual's contributions to citizen understanding and participation in government. It will be presented during the Association's annual convention in November.
The May-June issue of the Aloha Voter listed the corporations that have donated money to the League to help us in our work this year. Since then, we have heard from the following corporations who contributed a total of $570.00. We thank them for their gifts and would like our membership to recognize their generous support.
THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS
Remember the last time you dropped that slip of paper with your name, address and telephone number on it into that drawing contest box "knowing" it was a futile act? It seems there are winners in such contests.
Our own Jane Crane won a trip for two to Fiji, no less, at the Kuapa Kai Shopping Center drawing. The prize package includes transportation, hotel room and an excursion on a cruise ship to some of the other islands nearby. The Cranes hope to take that trip before the end of the year. Congratulations!
And, speaking of Jane, she's busy at work editing a second book for the East West Center Environment and Policy Institute. This one is on Water Resource Management in the Pacific Basin, with contributors from South East Asian countries and Japan.
It seems too good to be true, but there is another Rhoda Miller. Only, the other Rhoda is in Minnesota. A friend of hers saw the Hawaii Rhoda's name in the Leo Hana which was sent to the Minnesota League. This prompted Minnesota Rhoda who is an administrator of a mental institution to write to our Rhoda saying she would be visiting Hawaii in December.
KEEP THOSE WINE-TASTING PALATESI DRY TILL FEBRUARY 13. WE HAVE RESCHEDULED THE FUND-RAISER TO COINCIDE WITH LEAGUE'S ANNIVERSARY.
Meanwhile, prepare your pocketbooks for ticket purchases---a bargain at $10 each: More later.
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