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VOLUME V NUMBER II
isssmu COLORADO
JUNE 1950
CHAPLAINDOyiE
SPEAKS AT SERVICE
About 200 people attend-
ed the Cathay Post and JACL
sponsored Memorial Day pro-
gram held at the California
Street Methodist Church.
Peggy Yamato offered
several piano numbers and
accompanied Tom Masamori
who sang "My Buddy" and
"There Is No Deathf
Mr. J.T. Horie and Chap-
lain James Doyle of the
Post were the main speakers.
2nd Lieutenant Ruth Ta-
naka read the Honor Roll of
war dead. As each name was
read, the next of kin, a
friend or committee member
placed flowers on a wreath.
After a moment of silent
tribute Scout George Furuta>
Jr. played Taps.
Those who served on the
committee were: Betty Ka-
ne gay e and Bessie Matsuda,
co-chairmen; Peggy Yamato,
Music; Jimmy Bakagawa and
Roy Taken, Speaker a; Jean
Fujiraoto, Ken Xmamura, Haru
Tanaka, Mami Kataglrl, Doty
Madokoro and Tosh Ando.
Scout Troop #38 of the
California Street Methodist
Church ushered.
II
"I AM AN AMERICAN
PAY OBSERVED
The Annual "I Am An Amen-
can Day" exercises were
held on May 21 at the City
Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Takeno,
Min Yasui and Tosh Ando at-
tended the program.
QUEEN COttniTTEE
MAPS PLANS
A preliminary committee
met this week to map out
plans for the Denver Queen
Contest.
Very soon contestants1
names will be released by
the committee* Meanwhile,,
the committee will accept
nominations from the member-
ship Please address all
nominations to George Masu-
naga, c/o JACL Office, 1834
Curtis Street. Be certain
to state name of contestant
and the name of the person
submitting the nomination.
Candidates must be 18
years old and unmarried.
Votes will be available
to the community through the
Denver merchants. Mer-
chants will issue one tick-
et for ev ery one dollar
purchased. Each ticket
will entitle the holder to
ten votes plus a chance for
a valuable prize.
MEMBERSHIP GOAL
IN SIGHT. SAYS
CHAIRMAN
The local chapter mem-
bership drive is being con-
tinued and the goal of 300
members is getting closer.
Membership Chairman' Mami
Kataglrl announced that
Denver has 226 members to
date. This is an increase
of almost a hundred members
over last year.
National has announced
that if every member would
renew hia membership the
national goal of 10,000
would be topped.
The following are the
1950 members for the Denver
chapter as continued from
last month1s Bulletin:
Alice Amano, Mrs. Roy
Shibata, Mr. & Mrs. Ted
Chiba, Laurie Masushige,
Jack Hata, Mr. & Mrs. Fred
iCont. Pago 3)
Second Tieuc.
Ruth Tanaka is
shown reading
the Honor Roll
at the JACL
sponsored Memo-
rial Day serv-
ices held at
the CSME church
Others in the
picture are
members of the
Cathay Post 185
Color Guard and
the speakers*
They are from
left to right:
Eugene Fong,
Victor Blea, J
Doyle, Ruth Ta-
naka, J. T. Ho-
rie, Carl Fu-
shimi and Don-
ald Fong.
JACL PICNIC
AT DEOISSE PARK
SUNDAY JUNE 25
The Denver JACL'3 Annual
picnic will be Sunday, June
25, at Dedlsee Park Shelter
House beginning at noon.
This annual event is for
all Denverites and people
in the surrounding communi-
ties. An Invitation has
also been extended to the
Fort Lupton JACL.
A day of fun with lots
of eats is promised by
Chairman Mami Kataglrl and
her various committees.
Races, contests and special
events are on the program
for the afternoon.
Trophies will be awarded
to first plaoe winners in
the special events as Fish-
ing at Evergreen Lake, Hole
in One, pie Eating and Baby
Contests. The next two
runners-up will be awarded
prizes. All kinds of races
for children as well as
adults are planned.
A Potluck Supper will be
served at 4:30 p.m. A call-
ing committee will try to
contact each member to con-
tribute something for the
supper. Or, you may call
True vasui (Al 4149) and
ask what to bring.
* *
PICNIC PROGRAM
Special Events
1. FISHING CONTEST
co-chr.: Mike Tashiro
F. Nakagawa
J. Masunaga
2. BABY CONTEST
Co-Chr.: Sue Maruyama
D. Madokoro
Helen Tanaka
Eml Ohlkuma
3. HOLE-IN-ONE CONTEST
f Cont. P. 3, Col. 3)
ENCANPRENT TEACHES
DEMKKMK LIMNS
There are several Nation-
al scholarships available
for the annual Encampment
for Citizenship, This is a
program to teach democratic
living for youth. The
scholarship is worth $200.
The encampment la from
June 26 to August 4 at
Riverdale, N. Y.
Douglas Taguchi of Rocky
Ford and a student at CU
attended the encampment
last year under the sponsor-
ship of the Denver chapter.


THE DENVER JACL BUUETIN
JUNE 1950
PAGE TWO
tFNVE*JAQ. BULLETIN
Published monthly by
the Denver Chapter of the
Japanese American Citi-
zens League, 1854 Curtis
St., Denver, Colorado.
Telephone Cherry 5990
Editor: Vichl Ando
Bus.Mgr,: Kenny Imamura
Staff: Chlye Horluchl,
Bill Hosokawa, Mami Kata-
girl, Ruth Kawakami,
George Kubo, Dorothy Ma-
dokoro, Bessie Matsuda,
George Masunaga, Rosa Ma-
yeda, Ed Nakagawa, Wally
Nakamura, Haru Tanaka and
Helen Tanaka.
Mami Katagirl, who has
more driving energy than
anyone we know, has worked
out an elaborate program
for the JACL picnic to be
held this Sunday at Dedisse
park from noon. To hear
Mami talk every JACL member
will be there--or at least,
wants to go. We hope she.s
right.
To work out the details
for the outing, Mami has
been driving to town almost
daily from her home in Hen-
derson; sometimes, she
comes in twice. She has.
lined up handsome trophies
for the special events.
They are listed in the pic-
nic program which appears
on page one and three of
this issue.^
A tasty potluck supper
is being arranged for. Ma-
mi says fried chicken, and
all kinds of sushi and
sandwiches are on the menu.
There will be entertainment
for young and old. Members
are invited'to bring their
friends.
# *
Very shortly we will be
receiving nominations for
queen candidates, the win-
ner to be known as Miss
Denver JACL. In recalling
the queen contest of two
years ago, we know Denver
has Its share of Nisei
beauties. Of course, many
of those girls are now mar-
ried and hence ineligible
for this contest.
According to the nation-
al queen contest committee,
all candidates must be at
least 18 years of age and
single. They should be
selected on the basis of
beauty, charm and Intelli-
gence. The local# winner
will compete In a district
contest, and the finalist
at this event will go to
Chicago representing the
Mountain Plains area.
If you know of any charm-
ing beauties, let us know
her name. Submit as many
names as you wish.
FRESQQES ELECTED
CITY COUNCIL HEAD
Congratulations to Mr.
James Fresques on his re-
cent election as President
of the City Council. He
held that same position
once before in 1946.
We first met him about
eight years ago when he was
running for city councilman.
At that time our regional
representative, Joe Masaoka,
was living in his house and
spoke often of Mr.Fresques.
We were pleased when he
was successful in his bid
for election because we
felt he would do a great
deal in promoting better
race relations. He is an
outstanding Spanish Ameri-
can and has been a true
friend of the Nisei.
n0ne hundred foreign-bom
Denverites of a dozen na-
tionalities proudly took
the oath of citizenship
last week bafore U.S. Dis-
trict Judge Lee Knous, but
I was not one of them.
"I was barred, not be-
cause i lack the
ability to pass
the examinations
for naturaliza-
tion, but be-
cause--- shall we
say for this pur-
pose---! had the
I ill-luck to be
'born a Japanese
in Japan. I am
among the 90,000 legal £-
merican residents of Orien-
tal origin who cannot be-
come American citizens.
"Before the senate today
is a bill providing that
the right of naturalization
shall not be denied or a-
brldged because of race.
This bill was introduced by
Congressman Francis Walter
of Pennsylvania and was
passed by the House early
this year.
"Now in the evening of
my otherwise good life in
Colorado, I shall cherish
that day when I, too, can
appear before Judge Knous
with other candidates to
CARE PACKAGES FOR
TOKYO ORPHANS
The other day we were
deeply touched to see a pic-
ture of a group of Japan-
ese orphans in Tokyo happi-
ly holding aloft CARE pack-
ages. It had especial sig-
nificance for us because
the money which purchased
those boxes came from Den-
verto be specific, from
the Nisei Mothers Club.
We were glad to note
that the children appear
well-fed and clothed. How-
ever, the thing that im-
pressed us the most was the
genuine Joy expressed on
their faces. Those boxes
contained dried and canned
foods and woolen materials,
essentials of life. In
this country it would take
at least a double holster
set of H opalong Cassidy
guns to bring about that
much happiness.
: take the oath of citizen-
ship.
"I have been living in
Denver 34 years, and in the
United States nearly half a
century, In my humble o-
pinion, I have contributed
my talent and services,mea-
ger as they are, toward
what I felt to be the bet-
terment, of community life
in our city of Denver, our
state of Colorado, and thus
the United States.
"In return, America, in-
deed, has been good to me.
With regard to my privileg-
es and obligations as resi-
dent, however, my status
figuratively has been in
the cellar, for I have not
been permitted to discharge
my share of duties as a
citizen.
"Oriental peoples have
never been barred from cit-
izenship by name. It has
been extended by Congress
to include free white per-
sons in 1790, and. then per-
iodically to Negroew, Haw-
aiians, Puerto Ricans, etc.
"To paraphrase a recent
statement by Dr. Ralph Bun-
ch of the UN, I desire to
enjoy the privileges and
responsibilities of Ameri-
can citizenship now, not
posthumously."
CRITICS COINER
0(£L HO&OKRWA
The towns newest cover
girl is Mineko Nakayama .
(nee Chado) who, kimono-
garbed, appears in full
color on the June 25 issue"
of Rocky Mountain Qnpire'
magazine, the Denver Posts
Sunday supplement. Min Is
posed in the garden between
Teller House and the Opera
house in Central City.
Purpose of the picture
is, of course, to highlight
the Central City opera sea-
son which this year fea-
tures Puccinis "Madame
Butterfly". It matters lit-
tle that Cho-Cho-san was
never in the proximity of
Central City; an attrac-
tive girl in a kimono still
makes a good picture.
When Min consented to
pose for the picture, a
number of noteworthy things
happened. Harry Lowery,
publicity agent for the
Central City Opera company,
was delighted. Orln Sealy,
who took the photograph,
was Immensely pleased with
Mins cooperation. Robert
Selig, president of the op-
era society, was most hap-
py with the fine publicity.
Elvon Howe, the Posts Sun-
day editor, said Sealy had
turned up one of his finest
cover photos. Eventually
Caesar Morganti saw the
kodachromes and he promptly
wanted to sign Min up as a
member of his modeling
agency.
All of which isnt bad
for a girl who, with her
folks and a lot of others
people like her, was run
out of the west coast Just
short of a decade ago and
had to seek refuge (reset-
tlement was the word) in
Denver.
- CALENDAR -
June Event s
Wednesday, June 21Ni-
sei Mothers Club picnic at
noon, City Park. Members
invited to bring friends.
Sunday, June 25Family
picnic at Dedisse park from
noon. Potluck supper to be
served.
District Council Dele-
gates to meet in Denver
sometime in late June.
DENVER JACL MEMBERSHIP
Single Membership $2*00
Couple Membership $3.50
p.C. (Member) $3.00
P.C. (Non-Member) $3.50
Subs, to Denver JACL Bul-
letin only, is $1.00 for
balance of the year.
A PICA COR CITIZENSHIP
(Although the Senate has passed an amended version of
the Walter Resolution which would grant naturalization
privileges to Japanese aliens legally resident in the U.S.
and Hawaii since 1924, the House has not concurred on the
bill. In view of this development we are reprinting in
part an editorial by Dr. K. K. Miyamoto which appeared, in
the May 22 issue of the Denver Post.)


JUNE 1950
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
PAGE THREE
The Nu Chi Delta coeds
held a graduation dance
with "AT LAST11 as a theme*
Our congratulations to Nan-
CY NONAKA, CURA SHINDO &
LOUISE NAGATA for staging
such a successful social
rendezvous. Some of the
social seekers attending
were: SPIKE & KIBO KINO-
SHITA, ALBERT NODA, UNIS
KAWAKAMI, STANLEY ICHIKAWA,
PEARL KUWABARA, RUBY
NAKANO, GLADYS MIYAGISHIMA,
JIM OTA, HIDEO HIROSE, TOM-
MY HAMAI, NAOMI INAI, JEAN
MIYAGISHIMA, IRENE ARITA,
RUTH KAWAKAMI, JIM SHINTO &
FUZZY YASUDA.
Have you seen MAMI KATA-
GIRIS pretty yellow golf
cap? Really cuteJJJ! She
sez its to keep her head
from bobbing up and down,
b ut I see her bright char-
treuse golf socks doesnt
help situations at all, cuz
she just cant keep her eye
on the ball with all its
blinding reflections JJ
RITZU YANAGI said "I Do"
to JACK ITO at rites held
recently with CAROLE MURATA
and ROY NAGAI attending
them.
Congrats to these Nisei
graduates who received
their sheepskin at DUl SETS
OKA, JAMES AKIYAMA, ALBERT
NODA, STANLEY ICHIKAWA, GEO-
RGE MORIMOTO, HERB TOMITA,
FLORENCE YAMADA, WALLY NA-
KAMURA & KINGO NAGASAKO.
RICHIE SHINDO, DAN MIZU-
KAMI, and GEORGE KOMARU are
motoring to California in
RICHIES Merc.
Cute lil MARY FUJISAKI
is representing the YPS at
the YWCA confab in Calif.
Some of the fem divot
doggers seem practicing
their golf are: SACHI SHI-
BATA, ROSE TANABE, MAMI KA-
TAGIRI, BESSIE MATSUDA
CHI YE HORIUCHI and ROSA MA-
YEDA* SACHI sez *1 could
swing better if I had a
left-handed clubl" Seems
as If that would make a lot
sband ROY
as if he is.
ificulty thoJ
r FIons i
) WOMICAL FL QHtST
ELIVERY
CH3S4G
BILL CHIKUMA was proudly
seen passing out Roifcan
clgarsi The stork left
BILL & CHIZ a 7 lb baby
girl.
The NWAA basketball team
was caught by the camera in
C hicago. They are back row
MAMI KATAGIRI, RUTH KAWAKA-
MI, FLO MIYAHARA, NANCY ITO,
MAY YUNOKI. Front, FUZZY
YASUDA, KAZ TADA, OUDYS
MIYAGISHIMA & KAZ KITA.
(Membership Cont.)
voshioka, Dr. Mike TTba,
Mrs. Takashi Mayeda, Rev.
C. P. Carman, Mrs. B.S.Woo,
Mr. 3c Mrs. Doug Mizukami,
Mr. & Mrs. Bert Akiyama,
Frank Tazawa, Mr. & Mrs. T.
Terasaki.
Mrs. Emi Nomura, Mr. &
Mrs. Yosh Nakayama, Mrs.
Dorothy Fuji, Y.P.S., James
Fukaye, Yetta Ishiki, Mr. &
Mrs. Arthur Iwasaki, Mr. &
Mrs. Donald Yokooji, George
Kagawa, Mike Fujimoto, Dr.
I. Ozamoto, Teru Matoba.
(Picnic Program cont.)
Co-Chr.: George Kubo
Mike Kitano
4. PIE-EATING CONTEST
Co-Chr.: G. Masunaga
Min Yasui
Ed Nakagawa
5. CHILDRENS RACES
a. Ball Hirai ( Boys)
b. Ball Hirai (Girls)
c. Flag Race
d. 35 yd. Dash( Boys)
e. 35 yd. Dash(Girls)
f. 3-legged Race
g. Spoon & Egg Relay
Chr.: Sachi Shibata
6. ADULT RACES
a. Piggy Back
b. Tire Race (Men &
Women)
c. Tire Race (Married
Women)
d. Brides Hunt
e. Nall Pounding Re-
lay (Men & Women )
f. Spoon & Egg Relay
Co-Chr. M. Fujimoto
Helen Okada
7. TUG OWAR
Co-Chr.: Geo. Tazawa
.T. Doizaki
Other committee members
are: Food, True Yasui and
Michl Ando; Donations, Ed-
die Matsuda and Frank Tori-
zawa; Awarding of Prizes,
Bessie Matsuda,Chiye Horiu-
chi and Amy Miura; Trans-
portation, Ken Imamura and
John Noguchi.
MOTHERS'CLUB
ELECTS 19SO CABINET
mFmomwnm
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DDS
40 N* Main BRIGHTON 560
F.E. HAYANO, DDS UA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
MILTON HAYANO, DDS MA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
T. ITO, DDS ... KB 8680
830 18th Street
Y. ITO, DDS KE 1077
830 18th Street
TAKASHI MAYEDA, DDS TA 6961
301 Interstate Trust Bldg.
K.K. MIYAMOTO, DDS TA 4307
1952 Larimer Street
GENT A NAKAMURA, DDS TA 7598
200 Interstate Trust Bldg*
INSURANCES
MITSUO KANEKO AL 3500
1232 20th Street
JINZO NODA FR 1065
3211 Clayton Street
LAWYERS
TOSHIO ANDO ... AC 5315
1942 Larimer Street
MINORU YASUI AL 7227
1917 Lawrence Street
OPTOMETRISTS
(fflQRGE KUBO, OD AC 5316
1942 Larimer Street
BEN MATOBA, OD KE 1941
1927 Larimer Street
ms/amsmm
CHAR IBS FUJISAKI, MD
40 N* Main BRIGHTON 418
T.K. KOBAYASHI, MD KE 4590
1227 27th Street
ISAMU OZAMOTO, MD TA 1596
301 Interstate Trust Bldg.
HOWARD SUENAGA, HD AC 1314
830 18th Street
GEORGE TAKENO, MD TA 0783
830 18th Street
MAHITO UBA, DO MA 374S
1230 21st Street
Join the JACL
wew caoinet members or
the Mothers club were elect-
ed last month. They are
Clara Okimoto, Mary Suena-
ga, Chizuko Senzaki, Michi
Ando, Rule Taniguchi and
Chiyo Horiuchl.
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Taketa,
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koto,
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kajiwara,
Ann Mayeda, Lillian Noda,
Sally Furushiro, Agnes Ki-
tsutaka, Hisa Kosuge, Bet-
ty Kaneg8ye, Mrs; Tom Sawa-
da, Jack Hata.
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Noguchi,
Mr. & Mrs. George Hada, Mr.
& Mrs. Harry Nakashima, Ken
Imamura, Dorothy Hayano,
Tom Hiraoka, Kinuko Kanai,
Sally Nakata, Mr. & Mrs.
Kaz Sakamoto, Sam Kumagai,
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Furuta, Dr.
& Mrs. Yoshio Ito.
(Cont. Next Month)
*TTlanchu,
GRIU-CHOfSUEy f
'W/zzM
1956 Lartmgr St T~/ Q ^ 76
mamSUHM
GRANADA fuk^Fbuim
MARKET *
ST.


PAGE POUR
THE SERVER JACL BULLETIN
JURE 1950
KENNv IMAMUR'A and ShIG
KAWANQ, left to right back,
make a nice back drop for
our ardent Jssei JACL sup-
porters, Z. KANEGAVE and T.
KAKO at the Memorial Day
program.
IRIS and -TIMMY KISUMI
and their children are leav-
ing to make their home in
California. Prior to their
departure, DOROTHY and TED
CHIBA entertained them in
their home.
HELEN UMEZAWA, MAY TORI-
ZAWA, ROSA MAYEDA, SUKI MA-
TSUMOTO, SACHI SHIBATA, AT-
SU ITO, MAMI KATAGIRI, CHI-
VE HORIUCHI, and BES MATSU-
DA are making plana to form
a womens golf club. If this
doesnt go over, the men
have issued the women bids
to Join them in a nine-hole
league comprised of dubbers
TAKI DOMOTO, TOSH ANDO, NOR-
MAN TAKAKI, TAK TERASAKI,
MIN YASTTI, GEORGE MASUNAGA,
YOSH ITO, and other less
energetic sportsmen.
JOHN and GRACE NOGUCHI
motored to California for a
two week vacation. HARUKO
and TOMMv EOBAYASHI also
took a weeks vacation in
San Francisco.
SALLV SAKAMOTO, SALLY
SUYAMA, MAV TSUMTTRA, RUTH
YAMAMOTO, ATSTJ ITO, and MI-
CHI ANDO were seen ogling
the cute boys in the Koge"
troupe.
Seems the troupes orch-
estra ran short and were
augmented bv members of the
STARDUSTFRS and EDDY MATSU-
DA.
PAUL FUKUMA was seen
sporting a new Mercury con-
vertible. HELEN UMEZAWA is
sporting a new Oldsmobile,
whilst eligible BILL HATA-
NAKA sports a new Buick,
TIMMY OKIDA, BILL CHINN,
JIM NAKAGAWA, LOUIS JAY,Mr.
and MRS. JAMES DO^LE attend-
ed the State American Le-
gion convention at Glenwood
Springs for the Cathay post
ROSA and DOC MAYEDA en-
tertained friends at supper
at wolhurst Saddle Club on
their anniversary. Those
attending were: JOHN and
GRACE NOGUCHI, -TIMMY and
CHIYO OKIDA, EDDY and BAR-
BARA NAKAMURA and ED CHINN.
HELEN vAMAMOTO and TSU-
YAKO TAKATA, ardent fisher-
women, were seen pulling in
the big uns on the banks
of the Poudre.
PEGGY vamaTO recently
held a bridal shower for
bride-elect YTJKI TANAKA.
The Rev. Dr. KAY SASAKI
KENNY IMAMURA and SHIG KA-
WANO, left to right top;
GEORGS MASTJNAGA, center, and
TOY TAKENO and STUG TASiilRO
in foreground take a can-
did pose for our camera af-
ter the Memorial Day Pro-
gram.-
The Cornelians ended
their annual activities
with a dinner held in mid -
June at the Tiffin. Some
fashionable ladies there
were, MARV SUENAGA, looking
ever so cool in green,black
and white tie silk with a
wide brimmed black hat.
Little PATRICE FUJISAKI
kept MICHI and SHIG TERAJI
company while mommy ROSE FU-
JISAKI dined across the ta-
ble from MITSUE MATSUDA who
was charming indeed in a:
white linen suit with a
black and white polka dot
blouse.
MASAKO FURUTA looked ex-
tremely smart in metallic
beige crepe with a frothy
light straw. MARY NAKAMURA
wss very attractive in a
fuchia on black background
print with dark accessories.
HARUKO. KOBAvASHI looked
smart in tailored beige
lace, while KANA YORIMOTO
looked as youthful as the
girl scouts she directs in
a black suit and a white
straw chapeau with a black
feather accenting it at a
rakish angle.
FTTMI vaBS made a charm-
ing picture in frothy plaid
voil trimmed In white organ-
dy. BERNICE OHASHT appeared
in an aoua crene gracefully
draped original of her own
design.
GEORGE and CHIYO KURAMu-
TO are at home now in their
new abode at 3220 Gaylord.
MILDRED and BOB KIYOTAKE
have a new feminine addi-
tion to their home.
All a gal needs to do
now is take a job at the
JACL office and she ends up
engaged. KIKTJ TAJIRI be-
came the bride elect of
We hope to see you all
at Dedisse this Sunday. FU-
MI KATAGIRI (pictured above)
and her roommate went up
last week to picnic there.
LARRY TAJIRI and his
wife GUYO were in town over
the Memorial weekend. They
were entertained by the MIN
YASUIS, BILL HOSOKAWAS and
the TOSH ANDOS.
I mm REUABLL
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TA.0332 TA. 9227 Z700LMML
Return postage guaranteed
THE DENVER BUIXBTX*
The Dearer Chapter JACL
1834 Curtle Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Sea* 562* £ X* 4 R*
June 25Family
idisse park from
ick supper to be
MR & MRS MINN
3339 HUMBOLDT
DENVER COLO
i Council Dele-
Meet in Denver
late June.
VAp---------
ST >CL MEMBERSHIP
ership 82.00
ership 83.50
r) 83.00
piriber) 83.50
nver JACL Bul-
r is 81.00 for
the year.