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November 1986

General Membership Meeting - Oct 4
President's Message (Arlene Ellis)
U.H. Lt. Governor's Candidate Debate (Evelyn Bender)
U.H. Congressional Candidate Debate (Diane Hastert)
H-3 - League Concerns (Arlene Ellis)
New Roster
On Ballot - Convention Center and Planning (Astrid Monson)
Proposed C & C Charter Amendments
Thank You LWV (Frederick Reppun)
Wanted! One Macintosh Computer!
Experience in Washington Internship Program
Statewide Conference on Women - Theme: "Choices"
Oceanic Cable TV
Kudos to Astrid Monson
Membership Meetings
YWCA Lunchtime Programs
Action for Education: A New Era in Hawaii
Channel 20 Productions
Calendar
League Active in Registration Drives
Speak Out Hawaii
Attention Music Lovers...
General Membership Meeting - Nov 1

Speak Out Hawaii

"Speak Out, Hawaii" has been airing on radio station KGU at 7:45 AM and 3:45 PM, Monday through Friday since August 20th. Citizen concerns on topics such as: Crime, Education, Ethics in Government, Housing, Social Services, Taxes, Labor, Traffic and Hawaiian Affairs, were discussed by Jean King, Nona Beamer, David Ramsour, Clement Judd, Jr., Dr. Meda Lind, Grace Furukawa, Rev. Claude Du Teil, Winona Rubin, and Astrid Monson among many others.

The radio spots are scheduled to be aired to November 4th. The weekly schedule of Speakers and Topics is given in an ad every Sunday. Posters are on all the buses announcing the program.

Leaguers are urged to listen to the programs and encouraged to call in to the office with comments and criticisms so an evaluation can be made of effect of the program.

Mahalo and aloha to Alan Fiddler of THE NEW LEAF, located on 217 N. Judd Street for his generosity in providing the lovely plants used as a back-drop on our Channel 20 TV programs. The plants have certainly enhanced the visual make-up of our programs and our viewers are as appreciative as are we in the League.

Be sure to thank Alan and his staff for their contribution to the League the next time you stop in to buy that "perfect" gift.

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