Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 20 (May 17, 1957)

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Select article titles: "Permanment Stay Offered Skilled Japanese on Temporary Visa" (p. 1); "Curriculum body acts on CL protest of 'Fuzz Young' story" (p. 1); "Claims payment appropriations up for endorsment" (p. 1); "Los Angeles-born Nisei successful in transition to life in Detroit circles" (p. 1); "Calif. pension bill passes Assembly" (p. 1); "Japanese Americans Among First Winners of California Scholarships" (p. 1); "Cleveland Nisei awarded music fellowship in Rome" (p. 1); "SLC keeping busy with more projects" (p. 2); "Surgeon who operates 'without ether or nures' found to be Issei dollmaker" (p. 3); "Wife of Cheyenne Nisei judge named ass't Wyoming A.G." (p. 3); "Nisei Leaps 6 FT. 4 IN. In Prep High Jump; Also 22-3 1/2 in Broad Jump" (p. 6); "Minneapolis badminton star competges in nat'l tourney, to teach at Whitter High' (p. 6); "Vice.-Pres. Nixon meets on problem of job discrimination" (p. 8); "Racial Battle Looms in Dental Hygienist Association Proposal" (p. 8)





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