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DOROTHY GULLICKSEN reports that the National Security Committee is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on January 10 at the League office. She has been waiting for more guidelines from National, and the material should have arrived by then.
"National Security Policies and Their Impact on Our Domestic Programs and Our Relationship with Other Nations" could become Honolulu's big study item depending on the number of members willing to devote some time to it. It will finally involve every member since we are to arrive at a consensus at the end of the 2-year study.
Because it is such an involved and broad topic, there is room for many teams of researchers, and anyone interested should be able to find some comfortable niche within the total group. Won't you give it some thought and give Dottie a call?
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