From the President (Melvia Kawashima)|
Epitome of a Leaguer...
State Convention Highlights!
Speakers' Bureau (Rhoda Miller)
Pollution Control Costs Debated
Effective Planning and Action
Going to Court in the Public Interest
73 Council (Melvia Kawashima)
Budget - 1973-74
ERA - What it Means to You
Flowers to 1971-73 State Board
Trade Action - Trade Alert!
Overseas Education Fund
Land Use Notes
Alert for August
From the President
As I accept the office, I recall my first impression of League while working on the Electoral College Study: "Here is something timely, and a group of women wanting a valid reason to be for or against it. This must be the most logical way to approach an issue... why aren't more people in tune?" The results were satisfying.
But League work takes time ... from barely reading your monthly bulletin to keep up with unit discussion, to the total organization and planning that Board work entails. League work takes responsibility to make it credible and thorough. League membership means a sense of commitment towards our sometimes slow, debilitative process of studying, discussing, and acting on issues that other groups can fire away at with no hesitation* (Oar definition of membership
participation does not permit that) League is something special and unless I am wrong, you couldn't be using your time better!
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF HAWAII
President: Mrs. Melvia Kawashima
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