Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 1 (July 3, 1959)

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Selected article titles: "Hawaii plebiscite passes 17-1; 58 AJAs win in primaries" (p. 1), "Eagle Scout Ito rescues Sansei from drowning" (p. 1), "Ray Yasui's daughter Joan elected Oregon Girls State governor, named to Girls Nation, chosen 4-H president--all inside a week" (p. 1), "Stomach cancer study on Orientals started" (p. 1), "Suggest Americans of Asian ancestry be appointed U.S ambassadors to Far East" (p. 2), "Jewish leader declares anti-Semitism waning, problem now cultural survival" (p. 5), "Two major civil rights measures enacted in Cal." (p. 8), "Racial exclusion policy in executive promotions by big business criticized" (p. 8).

July 3, 1959




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