Title: The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 42 No. 13, 3/30/1956, (ddr-pc-28-13)
Densho ID: ddr-pc-28-13

Pacific Citizen
Vol. 42 No. 13
March 30, 1956

By the Board: Resistance barrier of 1,000 JACLers eyed

Editorials: The Wronged Nisei

House approves $588,000 for payment of claims in 2nd supplemental bill

Dick Arimoto named president of Rotary Club in Redwood City

Festival of progress Float planned by S.F. Japanese

Senate Judiciary Committee Urged to Consider Lane-Killings Measure

Vandals blast mailbox of Nisei

Nisei picked president of Whittier College ASB

S.F. JACL membership hits mark of 1,100

'Key Man' honors given to Ontarian

I-House celebrates silver anniversary

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Pacific Citizen Staff

From the Frying Pan by Bill Hosokawa: A red-headed judoist

Very Truly Yours by Harry K. Honda: New word: acculturation

Japanese cultural heritage can enrich America, advises Issei naturalized citizen who teaches Japanese at U.S. Berkeley

Western Pioneer proxy fight to end at Mar. 31 meeting

Sumitomo bank initiates expansion of L.A. office

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Vagaries by Larry S. Tajiri: Campus discrimination

Very Truly Yours by Harry K. Honda (cont.)

Citizenship -- (cont.)

Attorney Wirin of L.A. leaves for Japan

PC advertiser pushes sales through television

WYBL attendance record

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Nat'l Director's Report by Masao Satow: Building for Hq

Spring-Summer activities of Cortez JACL headed by Red Cross drive, Boy Scouts

Talent benefit show for New Yorker planned Apr. 28

Marysville community picnic planned May 6

Woodbury College scholar

Gardena chapter to aid voters

D.C. chapter to hold semi-formal hop Apr. 7

Detroit spring dance set Apr. 21 at Elk's

Cleveland Jr. Matrons

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Perspectively yours, by Jerry Enomoto

Pasadena JACL hears talk on investments

Warmup duplicate bridge tourney for JACLers set

Japanese history topic at N.Y. JACL meeting

S.F. pioneer dies

Fudenna brothers plan $500,000 shipping firm

Detroit Breaks Chapter Membership Record With 368 Signed Up for 1956

Inagaki deputized as registrar of voters

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Tokyo Topics by Tamotsu Murayama: Hearst visits Japan

Smoglites by Mary Oyama: A new prexy

Lucky Doks Win Calif. Nisei Cage Championship

Chicago golf clubs organize council

San Francisco Nisei Chairman of National AAU Judo Committee

Oregon Nisei bowling tournament winners named

Humboldt State College appoints Nisei to faculty

JACL track meets being planned for San Francisco and Los Angeles

Igaya successful in defending NCAA slalom title, upset in downhill race

Chicago squad drops from SLC cage invitational, another l.A. team named

Tamanaha wins Hawaiian marathon in new time

Girl rolls triplicate

Breaks World Record in 220-yd. Butterfly

Name Nisei to play in benefit grid game

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Los Angeles Newsletter by Henry Mori: Respect for parents

Vital Statistics

Carolyn Okada teaching ballet

Opening date of new Shonien Home announced

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Washington Newsletter by Mike Masaoka: Tokyo Rose Deportation

Newsweek reply to statements made by Calif. congressmen, Sen. Kuchel and Rep. Roosevelt, disclosed to colleagues

Calif. congressman Gubser upholds Nisei loyalty to teller to columnist