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President's Message (Arlene Woo)
LWVUS President, Ruth Hinerfeld, to Appear on Public TV
Vote Count Volunteers Needed
League Faces Financial Crisis (Opal Sloane)
Program Building Time
Announcement - Action Committee Meetings
Council Observer Corps Activated
National Security Study Goes into High Gear
Fashion Show Opens Women's History Week
Announcement - LWVUS Telephone Number
January Meeting Huge Success (Marion Saunders)
Orientation Meeting for New Members (Mary Ellen Reed)
League Concurs Nationwide
League in Action - Transportation Committee
Wanted! NSC Recorder
League UN Day on Global Security
News Bits
Membership Update
Betty Rogers' Lemon Bars

Council Observer Corps Activated

Dorothy Murdock reports that the Honolulu City Council is busy at work, with the Council and the various committees holding more frequent and regular meetings than in the past.

Our Council observers are being organized and they could use more people to share the load. If we could assign one or two members to follow the activities of each council committee, the burden would not be too great on any one person, and we could effectively monitor council actions and deliberations.

So far, we have Betty Anderson as-signed to the Community Services Committee, Dee Banner to Planning and Zoning and Nan Luter to Finance. A few others are trying to fit other committee meetings into their own busy schedules.

As it is set now, the Council will be meeting on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month and the committees on the first and third weeks.

The schedule for the committee meetings is as follows:

Tuesdays - 9:00 Budget Committee Marilyn Bornhorst, ch.

10:30 Finance Expenditures and Operations Toraki Matsumoto, ch.

1:30 Community Services Welcome Fawcett, ch.

Thursdays - 9:00 Governmental Relations George Akahane, ch.

1:30 Planning and Zoning Leigh Wai Doo, ch.

Call Anne Reeves, 395-2213, and ask to be assigned to the committee of your choice.

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