Pacific Citizen, Vol. 48, No. 1 (January 2, 1959)

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Pacific Citizen 1959 Collection

Selected article titles: "War bride studies for naturalization while in hospital, discharged as citizen" (p. 1), "Sansei youth return $4,000 found in bag given them to wrap small purchase items" (p. 1), "Race bias charged in employment of clerical workers" (p. 1), "Mass naturalization rites of 126 Issei, integration of evacuees into So. Jersey community recalled at Seabrook cherry tree fete" (p. 4), "Masaoka explains his role as 'lobbyist' in 45-min. radio show, urges U.S.-Japan economic groups to understand each other" (p. 7), "Alien resident wins back bonds seized by U.S. in 1942, had repatriated to Japan" (p. 7), "Nisei VFW Post application for Gardena poker palace license stirs controversy" (p. 8), Kabuki authority to live as permanent resident in U.S., entry quickly approved" (p. 8).

January 2, 1959




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