Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 9 (August 28, 1959)

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Selected article titles: "50th star flutters: Hawaii now full-fledged state" (p. 1), "Immigration director who facilitated Issei naturalization named to intelligence" (p. 1), "Mid-Manhattan's power blackout taken in stride; mother tells ghost stories to children at bedtime, enjoyed by candlelight" (p. 3), "Zen identified with 'state where nothing of importance is left' says world's leading authority, one of self-discovery" (p. 3), "Call for Japanese maids only disallowed" (p. 3), "Nuclear physicist Yukawa sees computers will replace human brain in experiments" (p. 7).

August 28, 1959




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