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Marshall Islands United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization on the Question of Guam, 11 July 2000. Gutierrez, C T C. Statement of the Honorable Governor of Guam, H E Carl T C Gutierrez, to the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization Regional Seminar, La Habana, Cuba, 23­25 May 2001. PDN, PSN, zens, members of its greatest generation, as Congressman Underwood has described the prewar Chamorros. Monsignor Oscar Lujan Calvo was a holy and simple man loved by all on Guam. He miraculously survived the three-year Japanese occupation and fierce fighting in mid-1944. As beacons of hope and faith, Father Calvo and Father Jesus Duenas ministered to the Chamorro people during the painful war years. Monsignor Calvo was the inspiration and driving force behind the South Pacific Memorial Park and monument that honor and revere the souls of all those who suffered and died during the war. Cynthia Johnston Torres passed away at age eighty-nine. She served in the Third Guam Legislature and was a teacher and school administrator on Guam for thirty-six years. In retirement, she served on numerous boards, including the Guam Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, and the University of Guam's Board of Regents. Adrian Sanchez, who died http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization on the Question of Guam, 11 July 2000. Gutierrez, C T C. Statement of the Honorable Governor of Guam, H E Carl T C Gutierrez, to the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization Regional Seminar, La Habana, Cuba, 23­25 May 2001. PDN, PSN, zens, members of its greatest generation, as Congressman Underwood has described the prewar Chamorros. Monsignor Oscar Lujan Calvo was a holy and simple man loved by all on Guam. He miraculously survived the three-year Japanese occupation and fierce fighting in mid-1944. As beacons of hope and faith, Father Calvo and Father Jesus Duenas ministered to the Chamorro people during the painful war years. Monsignor Calvo was the inspiration and driving force behind the South Pacific Memorial Park and monument that honor and revere the souls of all those who suffered and died during the war. Cynthia Johnston Torres passed away at age eighty-nine. She served in the Third Guam Legislature and was a teacher and school administrator on Guam for thirty-six years. In retirement, she served on numerous boards, including the Guam Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, and the University of Guam's Board of Regents. Adrian Sanchez, who died

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 1, 2002

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