Pacific Citizen, Vol. 48, No. 3 (January 16, 1959)

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Selected article titles: "Racial Relocation to ease tension?" (p. 1), "Anti-Nisei housing bias mooted by Utah civil righters" (p. 1), "50 of Calif.'s 80 Assemblymen Co-Author FEPC" (p. 1), "Univ. of Chicago Issei artist retires after 50-year association with college" (p. 1), "Columnist in L.A. Times comments on evacuation, hopes Sansei have as much diligence for principles as their Nisei parents" (p. 3), "Affidavits of support from kin to be favored by State Dep't on visa issuance" (p. 3), "Nisei journalism teacher in high school given award by student staff members" (p. 6), "Sanatorium founded for L.A. Japanese by Maryknoll sisters becomes hospital" (p. 6), "Minneapolis woman grateful next-door neighbor Japanese, couldn't ask for better" (p. 7), "Autonomous locals for chick sexors urged by Chicagoan" (p. 7), "Hawaiian selling statehood idea with pineapple juice" (p. 7), "Puyallup Valley Nisei farmer markets first hothouse variety rhubarb of season" (p. 8).

January 16, 1959




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