HAWAII: Old Faces for Baby

About to become the bouncing baby of all the U.S. states, Hawaii seems determined to send to Washington as its first Senators two of the oldest political faces in the land of the luau. Indeed, last week Hawaiian Democrats pressured out of the June 27 Senate primary race the party's youngest, brightest star: Territorial Senator Daniel K. Inouye, 34, a lawyer who lost his right arm and won a D.S.C. as a second lieutenant platoon leader in World War II's famed "Go For Broke" Nisei 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Agreeing to try for Hawaii's lone House of Representatives seat...

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