Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 23 (June 7, 1968)

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Selected article titles: "Gardena teenager booked for 10th time by police in 4-yr. period" (p. 1), "Vandalism, drug use by Orientals under scrutiny" (p. 1), "Sociological study shows less affluent have poorer health, lead shorter lives" (p. 1), "S.F. State student arrested at sit-in" (p. 1), "Buddhist Churches of America inaugurates first Nisei bishop" (p. 1), "New York GOP candidate stresses Nisei can best understand minority problem" (p. 1), "Labor unions seek Nisei apprentices, machinist journeyman rates $4.66 per" (p. 3), "100th Infantry Battalion callup is first active duty since 1942" (p. 3).

June 7, 1968




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