Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 14 (April 5, 1957)

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Select article titles:"Video Stations Agree With JACL Suggestions" (p. 1); "Nisei Victimized by Bandit Curious For Robbery by Daylight" (p. 1); "Street names for Japanese American to stay, despite objections" (p. 1); "Anti-trust suit to prevent block-booking of films for TV welcomed by JACL; may lift excuse to show anti-Nisei films" (p. 1); "Actor Haswgawa arrives for 3-week U.S. visit" (p. 1); "Buffalo, N.Y., press warms up to naturalization story of Tokyo-born but Salt Lake City-bred resident, Dr. Kaneko" (p. 3); "Nisei wife escapes from No. Korea by cutting hair as men" (p. 3); "Chicago Cubs equitment manger's bother holds same job with Hollywood" (p. 6); "CBS Radio Workshop adapts Noh plays, Nisei composes original score in show" (p. 7); "Dan Aoki urges statehood for Hawaii in address before D.C. JACL chapterl would enhance U.S. forign policy in Far East" (p. 8).





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