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[Mailgram from Eduardo Morga to Rachel Arce - 1976-05-02]

Description: Confirmation copy of a Western Union Mailgram sent from Eduardo Moga, LULAC California State Director, to Rachel Arce of San Francisco, California, dated May 2, 1976. This is notification that the LULAC state council has accepted the recommendation of a twelve member panel to find her guilty of charges as filed. Penalties imposed include removal from office of LULAC District Director and prohibition of holding any office in LULAC.
Date: May 2, 1976
Creator: Morga, Eduardo
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

[Mailgram from Eduardo Morga to Joe Velez - 1976-05-02]

Description: Confirmation copy of a Western Union Mailgram sent from Eduardo Moga, LULAC California State Director, to Joe Velez of San Francisco, California, dated May 2, 1976. This is notification that the LULAC state council has accepted the recommendation of a twelve member panel to find him guilty of charges as filed and expels him from LULAC.
Date: May 2, 1976
Creator: Morga, Eduardo
Partner: Houston Metropolitan Research Center at Houston Public Library

Oral History Interview with Cleatus A. LeBow, May 2, 2006

Description: Interview with Cleatus A. LeBow, a serviceman in the U. S. Navy during World War II. LeBow joined the navy in 1943 and went from Lubbock, Texas to San Diego for recruit training. He shipped out to Pearl Harbor aboard an LST from San Francisco. At Pearl Harbor, he was assigned to a work detail aboard the USS Oklahoma, which had just been righted. Shortly thereafter, he boarded the USS Indianapolis to serve as a range finder operator on one of the gun turrets. Upon leaving Hawaii, the Indianapolis went to Tarawa and then the Marshall Islands. LeBow witnessed Japanese civilian suicides on Saipan. He also witnessed the flag-raising on Iwo Jima from his range finder position aboard the ship. LeBow describes being hit by a kamikaze off Okinawa. He also discusses delivering atomic bomb components to Tinian and being torpedoed on the way to the Philippines. He describes abandoning the ship and spending five days in the water, including his faith in God, hallucinations, rescue, and his recovery.
Date: May 2, 2006
Creator: Misenhimer, Richard & Lebow, Cleatus A.
Partner: National Museum of the Pacific War/Admiral Nimitz Foundation