Pacific Citizen, Vol. 67, No. 16 (October 18, 1968)

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Selected article titles: "JACL Steps Up Campaign on Detention Camps" (p. 1), "Flower grower's labor issue shifts to Denver airport" (p. 1), "Milder redevelopment approach of Little Tokyo endorsed by JACL" (p. 1), "Wartime U.S. attorney general Biddle dies, rued Evacuation" (p. 1), "Hawaii election bid seen tough for Nisei congressmen" (p. 1), "Mike Masaoka Tokyo-bound to attend Meiji Centennial commemorative fete" (p. 3), "Wing Luke's plane found in waterfall after 3 1/2 years" (p. 3), "American Indian militants brandish 'Red Power', Fujihira discovers" (p. 4), "Telecommunications official reveals wartime effort to protect Nisei in talks before Oklahoma groups" (p. 4), "Born in 1943 to assist evacuees, JACL institution faces future with over $1,000,000 in 'kitty' available" (p. 5).

October 18, 1968




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