Pacific Citizen, Vol. 65, No. 15 (October 13, 1967)

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Pacific Citizen 1967 Collection

Selected article titles: "Radio showman suggests use of 'Jappish'" (p. 1), "Statistics show Japanese immigrants in Hawaii of 19th century with high 'expected' death rate" (p. 1), "War relocation leave credit authorized for Cal employees" (p. 1), "100 JACLers poised for Japan tour, departing tomorrow in two sections" (p. 1), "Sao Paulo's 'La Libertad' district Brazil's Li'l Tokio" (p. 3), "After July, 1968, hard to tell how many Japanese may immigrate" (p. 3), "Role of Japanese in history of Mexico from 17th Century chronicled from archives, libraries" (p. 4), "National Renderers Ass'n initiate campaign to have Japanese use more soap -- the U.S. kind" (p. 5).

October 13, 1967




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