Pacific Citizen, Vol. 48, No. 5 (January 30, 1959)

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Selected article titles: "Hawaii's mixed population seen as boon for Statehood" (p. 1), "Sweeping civil rights bill with stiff penalties dropped in Sac'to hopper" (p. 1), "Union City council elects Nisei mayor" (p. 1), "French Camp JACL to honor Issei" (p. 1), "Judge Aiso hands opinion in union race bias issue" (p. 1), "International Institutes to merge" (p. 3), "Japanese Studies Center at U.C. Formed" (p. 3), "Nat'l JACL credit union declares 4 1/2% dividend with 3% patronage refund" (p. 4), "Watsonville JACL to sponsor community picnic April 12, first since evacuation" (p. 5), "13th Americanization class conducted by Chicago JACL-JASC holds commencement" (p. 7), Quick Action Sought on Hawaii Statehood, By End of Session" (p. 8).

January 30, 1959




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