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President's Message (Dorothy Lum)
Predicting the Future (Mary George)
National Security Takes New Direction in International Relations (Dottie Gullicksen)
Honolulu Leaguers Work Toward Info/Cultural Exchange... (Frank Eldridge)
Council Studies "Affordable Housing" (Astrid Monson)
Report from the Hill
Comparable Pay Catching On
League Membership Update
League Goes to Liberty House "AmericanStyle"
People 'n Pix
Honolulu Leaguers Work Toward Info/Cultural Exchange with Soviet Women's Committee
Upon invitation of Anna Shugayeva, International Department of the Soviet Women's Committee, Ruth Hinerfeld immediate past-president of LWUVS was asked by National President Ridings to visit Moscow and explore ways of improving information and cultural exchange, suggested by Honolulu Leaguers Frank and Peg Eldridge upon their return from Moscow last summer as members of the Aloha Peace Journey.
Hinerfeld's visit under the auspices of Women and Foundations/Corporate Philanthropy, brings the possibility of visits by the Soviet Women's Committee to the U.S. with local Leaguers hosting closer to reality.
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