Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 19 (May 10, 1957)

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Select article titles: "Continuation of Japanese Farm Labor Held Likely by Hillings" (p. 1); "San Diegans urge elimination of Fuzz Young Story" (p. 1); "'Golden Reel' prize awarded to Nisei" (p. 1); "Against farm labor program but for higher Japan quota" (p. 1); "Seven months remain for 'illegally admitted' aliens in U.S. to change status to 'legally admitted for permanent residence'" (p. 1); "Pasadena to adopt second sister city of Mishima, Japan" (p. 2); "San Diego Farm Magazine store revives Anti-Nisei Hysteria" (p. 3); "YMCA, Jewish Agency executives to speak before NC-WNDC Spring Quarterly Session at Alameda May 19" (p. 4); "International Institute Ties with JACL Told" (p. 5); "All-American title won by Japan skiier" (p. 6); "Taniguchi finishes 6th in Kentucky Derby" (p. 6); "Nisei restored citizenship by State Dept. decision, previously denied U.S. passport" (p. 7); "PAC. Northwest District Slates Seattle Confab" (p. 8);





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