Pacific Citizen, Vol. 67, No. 21 (November 22, 1968)

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Selected article titles: "Buddhist prelate lauds Placer fete as Americanism at its best" (p. 1), "Hosokawa calls MIS veterans to battle present-day social ills" (p. 1), "Not safe anymore to walk, drive through Seattle central district" (p. 1), "Hawaiians reject constitutional change to drop voting age to 18" (p. 1), "2 Japanese in South Africa ired by white insults" (p. 2), "Nisei congressmen re-elected by big margins as Democrats in Hawaii united; Mainland help timely" (p. 3), "Univ. of Hawaii alumni president criticizes racial clubs on campus" (p. 4), "Little Tokyo senior citizen project set" (p. 4), "No. Calif. Nisei bowling federation non-Nisei eligibility rule 'unfair'" (p. 5).

November 22, 1968




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