Third Annual Convention
FRIDAY, APRIL 14 and SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1967
League of Women Voters of Hawaii
ALA MOANA LIBERTY HOUSE, THIRD FLOOR, SPECIAL EVENTS ROOM
Friday April 14
12:30 p.m. Luncheon
Call to Order - Welcome - Marguerite Simson
Featured Speaker - Lt. Governor Thomas P. Gill
2:00 p.m. Opening Business
Slate of Proposed State Officers - Jeannine McCullagh
Proposed State Budget - Lorna Paapanen
Pledges of Local Leagues
3:30 p.m. (Break)
3:50 p.m. Program Recommendations:
Proposed By-Law Revision
4:30 p.m. Adjournment until Saturday A.M.
Saturday April 15
9:00 a.m. Call to Order
Adoption of Budget
Discussion and Adoption of Program
10:30 a.m. (Break)
10:50 a.m. Report on Voters Service - Sue Thorndike
12:00 Noon Luncheon - Round Table Discussions
1:30 p.m. Election of Officers
Water Discussion - Louise Marr, Ch., Althea Marrack, Judy Woodin, Ilze Reese, Pat Schutt
Round Table Discussions Summary
Projection of Program Scope
Closing Remarks - Marguerite Simson
ADDENDA TO THE AGENDA
You need not be a delegate to attend the State Convention. All members are invited to all sessions as visitors, so push other cares aside and...
Make Your Reservations NOW!
Convention Kits will be ready for you at the door. Homes for neighbor island delegates and visitors will be provided. For their convenience Friday evening has been left free, and the Saturday session will adjourn in time for them to catch late planes for home.
You won't want to miss the Friday luncheon at which Lt. Governor Tom Gill will speak. Bring your husbands and your friends as luncheon guests.
Saturday noon be prepared to talk as you eat. Marshall your ideas on these members: The Undirected, The Underinformed, The Overworked, and The Overlooked.
DEADLINE FOR RESERVATIONS: April 5th
REGISTRATION FEES: Member Delegates $3.00
Member Visitors 1.00
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED AND MUST BE HONORED FOR: Friday Lunch 2.50
Saturday Lunch 2.25
MAIL OR CALL IN RESERVATIONS TO: Virginia Jones
1929 Vancouver Drive Honolulu, Hawaii, 96822
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: League of Women Voters of HAWAII