League of Women Voters of Hawaii
Human Resources in a B-R-O-A-D Item
Correction - Hawaii Nurses Association
Voter Service (Trudi Zelko)
Hawaii County Voter Service (Sue Goode)
Land Use (Carol Whitesell)
President's Letter (Dorothy Bremner)
Calendar for 1971-1972
Human Resources: Part I
Biggest news is the new Voter Service Booklet explained in detail later in this Voter.
We were pleased to have for the first time three delegates from Kauai. Two State Board directors elected from Hawaii County and the usual messes from Honolulu.
Thank you again to the outgoing State Board, especially to Ruth Belsley, who's given 50 years to the League, and double Mahalos to Ruth Snyder who's given 50 hours twice e week during her term as State President.
Mrs. Ahern, our National Advisor, inspired enthusiasm in us ell. We hope to give her more time to sightsee on her next visit.
The BUDGET AND BY-LAWS GRANGES were adopted as proposed. the PROGRAM was adopted with one change in wording in the school study as follows:
A STUDY OF LAND USE IN HAWAII with particular reference to the State Land Use Commission: its functions and powers; its decision making and how these decisions affect state and county planning, land values and taxation; relationship with the Departments of Planning and Economic Development and Land and Natural Resources.
KNOW YOUR SCHOOLS Continued study of public schools in Hawaii with continued support for directly elected board (a) at some level of government which is (are) responsible for directing education in Hawaii.
CAMPAIGN PRACTICES AND FINANCING Support full disclosure laws of campaign contributors end expenditures before election. Continued study and consensus in other phases of Campaign Practices and Financing.
ETHICS Support of s State Code of Ethics administered by a Board of Ethics covering all elected and appointed state officials consisting of broad principles to protect end inform the public and the public servant end to provide fair and equal treatment to all.
ELECTION LAWS Support of specific provisions which promote voter
participation. Support the 18 year old vote. Support the closed primary.
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