Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 18 (May 8, 1970)

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Selected article titles: "What are social service needs in the community?" (p. 1), "Prospects dim for resolution urging Elks to open membership" (p. 1), "Seattle Central Area residents frightened by bomb terrorism" (p. 1), "Racial bias, distortions noted in three Calif. state textbooks" (p. 1), "Title II campaign: Hearings resume May 11 with Nixon man on call" (p. 1), "Black-dominated city council backs Title II repeal" (p. 3), "Roybal asks state supreme court to remove judge for Latin slur" (p. 3), "Neighborhood School Policy vs. Bussing" (p. 4), "Riverside JACL asks city council act on funding local fair housing bureau" (p. 4), "Oriental club organized in Seattle urging youth to work, not to protest" (p. 5).

May 8, 1970



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