Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 11 (March 20, 1970)

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Selected article titles: Another 'Noguchi' Case: Arboretum Director's Job" (p. 1), "Hawaii attorney see 'hard grind' for Negroes, same kind as Issei and Nisei" (p. 1), "More Orientals enter youth apprenticeships" (p. 1), "Students from Japan attending L.A. area colleges organize own society" (p. 2), "Canada couple denied compensation for WW2 confiscation of property" (p. 2), "Anti-Castro zealot who bombed L.A. JAL office sentenced: 1 to 5 years" (p. 2), "Anti-gambling law puts crimp into certain fund-raising plans" (p. 2), "90 Seabrook area Issei honored, efforts in U.S. recognized in Japan" (p. 4).

March 20, 1970



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