Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 6 (February 13, 1970)

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Selected article titles: "Japan team to bowl in nat'l JACL tourney" (p. 1), "Sansei helped design little computer aboard Apollo 11-first to land on moon" (p. 1), "Gov. Reagan in Support of Title II Repeal" (p. 1), "Japanese and Indian claims methods against U.S. compared" (p. 1), "Chicago steps up convention planning" (p. 1), "Issue call for names due Biennium awards" (p. 1), "Drug abuse among Asian Americans in L.A. 'alarming" (p. 1), "Kashiwa first Nisei representing U.S. gov't before Supreme Court bench" (p. 1), "Human rights of man in uniform conference topic" (p. 2), "Patsy Mink's amendment to protect academic freedom only one to survive" (p. 2), "120 national organizations endorse repeal of Title II" (p. 4), "'Nisei' a real contribution to troubled U.S." (p. 6), "Gordon K. Hirabayashi: The Man Behind a Famous Court Case" (p. 8).

February 13, 1970



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