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December 1983

While We Still Have a Choice
President's Message (Arlene Woo)
How Many Seats Have You Sold?
Vote Count Schedule
League Goes to the Theater - The Dining Room
Getting into Gear for 2nd Phase of National Security Study (Dottie Gullicksen)
Luncheon and Lecture: Least-Cost Energy for Developing Countries
Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans
Call for Help for Victim-Witness Program
News about Our Members
Membership Update
Neighborhood Board Study Committee Organized


League is going on the radio. We were asked to be on Bill Maniachi's talk show on KGU on November 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. We'll be discussing legislative issues and citizen participation. Tune in and call in an encouraging remark or question if the need arises.


We need people to telephone members regarding meetings and special actions. If you have a bit of free time, please help League add a personal touch. Call the office or Mary Ellen Reed and tell us how many members you can call.


WANTED: Someone to monitor the Job Training Partnership Act program in Honolulu. This new program is replacing CETA, and Muriel Roberts is coordinating the feedback operation. Perhaps we can have some impact on the successful functioning of JTPA in training disadvantaged persons so they can find employment.

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