Pacific Citizen, Vol. 65, No. 24 (December 15, 1967)

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Selected article titles: "Is It Anti-Japanese Bias? Verbal Feud of Appointment of Noguchi as Coroner Hot" (p. 1), "New yardstick suggested for medics to spot 'suicide prone'" (p. 1), "Vietnam Issue Added in Speech Given by Rep. Matsunaga Warms Up CCDC Meet" (p. 1), "Burton bill asks statute of limitations on deportations" (p. 1), "Proper perspective lost by U.S. history books in presenting one-sided story on accomplishments" (p. 2), "Chicago's first and only Nisei school principal: Winning back white children to attend Southside public school to reduce 96 pct. Negro record aim" (p. 3), "Japanese red tape on adoptions into American homes being eased" (p. 3).

December 15, 1967




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