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Committee, Mr. Isenberg was en
dorsed by unanimous vote.
A petition of Wm. Fernandez
for permission to give suitable pic
ture shows on Sundav evenings
after 6:30 o'clock, referred to the
Chamber by the Board of Supervi
sors, was taken up. Mr. Rohrig
favored the idea. Mr. Conev ex
plained the law on the subject as
IU I CNOlltO recently adopted by the Legisla
te feature of the modem hy- I ture. 0thers spoke favorably 0f
g.enic k.tcken. I . . m . , , ,,
seemed to be a unanimous opinion
that the shows should not be per
mitted to hoM to late hours.
At the conclusion of the discus
sion, Mr. Rohrig moved that the
Chamber recommend to the Super
visors that motion pictures be per
mitted in the theaters on Sundav
evenings, but that such entertain
ments be not permitted to hold
longer than 9 p. m Carried
Mr. McBryde, for the village
improvement Committee, reported
that the people were doing so
much work in the line mapped out
for his committee that verv little
had been found to do. He called
attention to improvements being
made in numerous places.
President Putman stated that
Mr. Konrig, who had been pre
viously appointed to represent the
Hawaii Promotion Committee on
Kauai, had resigned. Mr. Hughes
moved that Mr. Rohrig be re
quested to remain, but at the re
quest of the latter the motion was
Mr. Coney moved, seconded by
Mr. McBryde, that I. I. Silva be
appointed in place of Mr. Rohrig
The chair asked what should be
done about some twelve persons
who were delinquent in their dues
to the Chamber. These persons
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aS Plain aS tne Way lO membership for non-payment of
dues, but as they were desirable
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The discussion which followed
showed it to be the desire that
the treasurer try again to bring
the delinquents into good stand
ing, and that was so ordered.
Mr. H. D Wishard. for the
committee on Civic Convention.
filed the following report:
Your committee appointed for
the consideration of all matters in
connection with the'prcposed Civic
Convention to be held at Lihue,
Kauai, the coming Autumn beg to! pi
report that they advise the appoint
ment of the following permanent
1. Committee to arrange literary
2. Inter-Island transportation,
nvitation and reception committee.
3. Auto transportation and lodg
4. Committee on entertainments.
. H. D. Wishard, chairman;
I. K. Farley.
President Putman suggested that
the committee already appointed
divide itself up in these several
committees and proceed,
Chairman Wishard demurred,
and gave it as his opinion that
there should be special committees
appointed by the chair.
Mr. Coney suggested that the
chair appoint a committee of three
and give them the power to select
others for their special committees
Considerable discussion follow
Mr. Conev finally moved that
the President, Secretary and Treas
urer be made the general commit'
tee and that they be empowered to
appoint any other special commit
tees deemed desirable. That mo'
The question of the time of hold
ing the Civic Convention was gone
into pretty thoroughly. The opin
ion seemed to be that a two-days
session would be enough.
Saturday and Sunday, Septem
ber 25 and 26, were finally fixed
upon definitely as the dates for the
Mr. Donild thought that the
question of the poor telephone
service should be taken up in some
way with the telephone company.
Mr. McBryde wanted to know
what could be done.
Several members took part in
the discussion, at the conclusion
of which a motion to reter to a
special committee, with instruc
tions to take the matter up with the
telephone company carried. Messrs
Donald, McBryde and Farley were
named on this committee.
The question of the annual ban
quet and business meeting came
up. It has been the practice in the
past to hold the latter in the after
noon and the former in the fore'
noon. Mr. Coney moved that both
be held together at evening at Li
hue. the date to be August 19.
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Since the war in Europe has been in progress and
thought has been concentrated on the matter ot govern
ment and racial differences and such things, a new de
finition has been given the Strrs and Stripes
It is hailed as the flag under which all hatred dies.
That's rather fine, is it not? It is something for us
to think about rejoicingly and gratefully today, as we
look back to the birth of our flag and note what it has
stood for in history down the years. For studying its
progress in the affairs of nations and the ideals it has
flung to the world as it has rippled in the breeze, is it not in the new
significance eiven it. taking another step forward in the progress of
mankind? For does not this mean brothethoodf Ana is not brotnernood
the next coal that beckons?
That all nations could live peaceably, ana not only peaceably but
haonilv and with trood will toward each other under one flag, would
have been thought a century or so ago an impossibility. Any one pro
nosing such a thing would hav been looked upon as a visionary of the
most ultra type, if nothing worse. But today in America we see this
very thing taking place. Members of every race under the sun are
here, working together, playing together, studying together. Side by
side English and Frenc.i and German and Russian and Irish and Chi
nese and Italian and Hindu earn their living, go to theatre and ball
came, study in night classes, and universities in a word, fraternize
in the friendliest way possible. Nothing but good-will and kindliness
toward all exist among them, They are under the Hag where ail hatred
dies, and all race neiudices or animosities are forgotten.
Many an American today has a French mother and a German fat
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dinavian or perhaps Italian or Polish on the other. Under the flag
where hatred dies love is free to wander and choose where it will. No
longer do national differences raise barriers to limit the little god's
It ges to show, does it not, tnat wi:n a changed outiooic or cnang
ed ideals of government, all those prejudices and traditions that sep
arate mankind and breed animosities and distrusct drop out of sight. In
Europe, with Italian and Russian and French and German and English
and other governments, the various peoples feel that they are races
apart, their separation from each other is emphasized. They mavshow
a suDerficial courtsev and kindliness for. each other, but nationally it
is only a surface matter. But here under one flag, with common inter
ests, they find after all that they are the same sort of human beings,
with the same loves, the same desires and ambition, that they are, in a 1 1
nne family of mankind, all brothers, and
hatred dies out. Race prejudices and traditions melt away. Only what
is good and glorious in the past of each is seen to be worth keeping,
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