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New Attitude toward Planning? (Astrid Monson)
President's Message (Dorothy Lum)
New Executive Board Takes Office
Third Phase Added to National Security Study (Dottie Gullicksen)
Convention Highlights
Join the Action - Voter Service
Launching a New Study
Available for Purchase
National Conference on Women, the Economy and Public Policy
New 'Voter' Editor Announced
Improvements Suggested for Neighborhood Boards (Jean Aoki)
Comparable Worth
Membership Update
Wanted -- Urgent! 30 Vote Counters

New Executive Board Takes Office

Dorothy (Dee) Lum was elected to a two-year term as president of the Honolulu League of Women Voters at the League's annual meeting on April 19 at the Waikiki Yacht Club.

An active member and past president, Lum has chaired the League's Transportation Committee for the past several years. She is also a member of the advisory committee of the State of Hawaii's Functional Plan for Transportation and the advisory committee for Water Resource Development. She is on the Board of the Aloha United Way on Oahu, and is membership chair for the auxiliary of the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific. She is married, the mother of four children and a former nurse. Lum received her Bachelor of General Studies degree from Chaminade College at graduation ceremonies in May.

Elected to serve with the new president were following League members:

Jean Aoki, vice-president - A long-time active member of the League and outgoing editor of Aloha Voter, Aoki has also agreed to accept League's Community Relations post.

Susan Mackinnon, secretary - Former Californian, Mackinnon joined the Honolulu League four years ago with interests focusing on local educational issues. She is also Treasurer of the Caledonia Society and active in its many functions.

Dorothy Marsh, director - League activities for Marsh included off-board chair at the State level, for international trade, and League representative for the State-wide Citizens' Forum on Coastal Zone Management. Along with husband Jack, Marsh runs Marsh Consulting Services which offers orientation programs and seminars for business people moving to Asia to live and work.

Dottie Gullicksen, director - She chairs the Honolulu committee of the National LWV Study on National Security. Gullicksen became involved with League three years ago and began writing on International Relations for Aloha Voter almost immediately. Her avocation is writing and includes drama reviewing, fiction, and a recent book on condominium management. She has her own real estate sales and rental business, and continues two-piano work with husband Richard. She is a graduate in psychology and music.

Arlene Ellis, director - League activities for Ellis in her first year has been primarily in Vote Count. She is a graduate of University of Hawaii, University of Washington, and University of California at Berkely. She taught at Roosevelt and Kailua High, spent 24 years in Real Estate Hawaii, was president of Real Estate Association of Hawaii and the Honolulu Traders Club.

Finishing out their remaining terms will be Marilyn Bowman as treasurer, and Nan Luter who will serve for another year on the board.

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