Pacific Citizen, Vol. 65, No. 7 [4] (July 28, 1967)

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Selected article titles: "Japanese in Calif. Outlive Nonorientals: UC Berkeley Study Underway Among 5,000 Issei-Nisei" (p. 1), "Return of Yen Deposits from July 1, 1968, Assured: Three Categories of Claimants to Be Paid Specified in Jones Decision" (p. 1), "Three Days at Tijuana Orphanage Set as PSW District Youth Service Project" (p. 1), "Americanization of Japan's Peoples: Delicate changes in literary works of contemporary authors reveal depth of impact" (p. 1), "Li'l Tokio brawl ends in one dead" (p. 1), "Moving Protest to Program Calls for 'Unionization' of Poor in Community" (p. 3), "Rights of free speech and dissent sacred to all Americans: Patsy" (p. 3), "So. Calif. AJAs prefer living in 'fancy ghettos'" (p. 3), "No more 'Watts riot' type coverage seen in No. Calif. radio-TV rules" (p. 3).

July 28, 1967




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