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VOLUME VI HUMBER 3
JDSKVER, COLORADO
MARCH| 1951
DENVER JACL LEADS THE NATION MTN-PLAINS JACL CONFAB

*f58 MEMBERS SIGNED IN 1951 CAMPAIGN
CHALLENGE SENT TO LA. CHICAGO REPLIES
Denver JACL, still leading the nation, announced that
latest reports indicated a total of 456 JACLers signed up
in the local chapter as of March 1, 1951.
A victory dinner, signalling the attainment of a goal
of more than 400 members, was held at the House of Manchu
on Mar. 2nd, with Pres. Tak
Terasaki presenting the 2nd
Vice-Pres., Atsuyo Ito, a
corsage, in appreciation of
her efforts as 1951 member-
ship chairman.
Results of the Denver
JACL membership drive were
publicized thru out the na-
tion, with special messages
sent to Los Angeles and to
Chicago.
In Chicago, JACL leaders
responded by setting a goal
of 1800. Aid. Tani, member-
ship chairman for the Chi-
oago chapter, remarked, "We
will beat Denvers mark in
the 1st week of our drive."
Pinal official results
of the Denver membership
campaign are:
Mami Katagiri. .... .100
Atsuyo Ito ....... 92
Betty Kanegaye .... 34
Rule Taniguchi..........26
Tak Terasaki 28
George Masunaga. ... 26
Tosh Ando. 25
Dorothy Hayano..........21
Dorothy Madokoro ... 16
Bess Matsuda .18
Min Yasui...............16
Ken Imamura. ....... 13
John Noguchi............11
Ben Miyahara 7
Fumi Katagiri. 6
Sue Maruyama 6
Stanley Ichikawa 5
Chiye Horiuchi 5
LOCAL JACL CHAPTER
AIDS RED CROSS
Headed by Mae Matsumonjl
and Hana Takamine. who were
designated co-captains, the
Denver JACL is cooperating
in the 1951 Red Cross cam-
paign in Denver.
The Nisei team was as-
signed a quota of #738. and
expected to report 100% by
Mar. 16th.
Team members are: Terry
Kodama, Mitsu Matsuda, May
Vuruta, Mary Louise S as aid.,
Masako Hakayama, Trudi Hl-
rokawa, Clara Okimoto, Sara
Miyoshi, Dr. Takashi Maye-
da, George Masunaga, Harry
Tanari, Sam Yoshikawa, Sea
Matsumoto, Sd Nakagawa, T.
Ando, Diok Yanase and Nel-
son Hada.
Headed by Pres. Y. Terasaki, designated General Chair-
man for the 1951 Mtn-Plains Regional JACL Conference, the
Denver JACL moved ahead on plans for a district council
conference in Denver, Colo, on Apr. 14-15, 1951.
Tentative responses from other communities indicated
that delegates would be coming from North Platte and Oma-
ha, Nebraska, from Sedgwick, Arkansas Valley, San Luis
Valley, Brighton and Ft. Lupton in Colorado, and from Al-
buquerque, New Mexico.
SPONSORED BY THE
DENVER JACL
CHAPTER
National JACL-ADC Execu-
tive Director Masao Satow
will stop in Denver on his
return from Washington, DC,
to give the latest reports
on developments in Congress
in regard to the naturali-
zation and immigration, and
on evacuation claims.
APPOINTS CHAIRMEN
Committee chairmen for
the 1951 Mtn-Plains Region-
al JACL Conference were ap-
pointed by General Chairman
xutaka Terasaki this week.
Program: Chiye Horiuchi
Banquet: Bessie Matsuda
Benefit: Tosh Ando
Danoe: Helen Tanaka
Registration: Dorothy
Hayano
Transportation: George
Shiyomura
Adviser: Min Yasui
*------------------------------f DENVER JACL
SPONSORED BY DENVER JACL ^|S(JPPQJ?TS DL1C
A DC FINANCIAL REPORT JACL BASKETBALL DANCE
The 1950-51 Nat'l JACL-
ADC financial oampaign in
the Mountain-Plains Region
has remitted #1,779.50 to
Natl H.Q. to date.
The Denver metropolitan
area has raised #1,009.50
thru the KKD, while the re-
fional office has remitted
770.
Outside areas responding
to urgent appeals from the
Mtn-Plains Regional Office
i
Sedgwick, Colo. #146.00
Omaha, Nebraska 225.00
Albuquerque, N.M. 197.00
Cheyenne, Wyo. 50.00
Min Yasui, regional re-
presentative, indicated the
probability of support from
Montana, Northern Wyoming,
Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma,
and other areas.
But, it was pointed out
that the Denver, Brighton
and Ft. Lupton areas would w
have to account for #3,000 Mayeda.
more in order to fulfill a Purushi
rimm quota of #6,000 for
the Mtn-Plains Region.
Chaired by Geo. Masunaga
the Denver JACL Basketball
League Danoe held at the DX
Hall on Mar. 10 was attend-
ed by many dance lovers end
basketball supporters.
League Director Dr. Gea
Kubo announced that an eli-
mination tournament to de-
termine the league champions
during the next two months.
DENVER BOWLERS
ATTEND LA TOURNE/
The Denver JACL aided in
co-sponsoring a top Denver
team to the National JACL
Bowling Tournament in Los
Angeles on Mar. 16-18.
Team Members are: Shun
Nakayama,Moon Kataoka, Hank
Ichikawa, Frank Sahara, Dr.
T. Mayeda, and Geo. Otsukl,
alternate.
Pres. Y. Terasaki of the
Denver JACL presented a to-
ken of support to the Den-
ver Unity Council, in the
form, of a #25 check on be-
half of the local chapter,
at the last dinner meeting
of the DUG on Mar. 5, 1951,
at the 1st Baptist Church.
Besides Y. Terasaki who
represented the JACL at the
head table, other Nisei at-
tending the dinner were: Ed
Matsuda, Tosh Ando, Mitchie
Terasaki, and Min and True
Yasui.
Both Ando and Yasui are
members of the executive
board of the Denver Unity
Council.
Cannouncemena
A womens team of Rosa
Fumi Uyemura, Sally
ro, Jo Nakayama and
Amy Konishi are also parti-
cipating in the tourney.
To those who have not
renewed their 1951 Denver
JACL memberships:
Unless you renew your
JACL membership, or remit
#1.00 subscription to the
Denver JACL Bulletin,this
will be the last free oo-
^j>y which you will receive.


PAGE TWO
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
MARCH, 1951
shiver JACL buuetw
Published monthly by
the Denver Chapter of the
Japanese American Citi-
zens League, 1917 Law-
rence* St*, Denver, Colo-
rado*
Telephone Alpine 7227
Editor: George Masunaga
Bus* Mgr: Sam Kumagai
Staff: Bill Hosakawa,
Fumi Katagiri, Mami Kata-
girl, Dorothy Madokoro,
Sue Maruyama, Bessie Ma-
tsuda, Rosa Mayeda, Ben
Miyahara, Sachi Shibata,
Haru Tanaka, Helen Tanaka,
Min Yasui*
n.
38

(fi)pe$3
WE NEED HEIPUU One of
the most diffioult things
in an organization is to
get sufficient help for the
mass of work that must be
done* You must remember
that all the work is done
on a volunteer basis*
The work steadily mounts
and if you want your Organ-
ization to operate well We
must do one of two things
either secure paid help or
ask for more volunteers*
True, paid assistance
will in all probability-
make for a more efficient
operation, but member par-
ticipation, in my estima-
tion, makes for a stronger
and better group*
So far our organization
has been fortunate in get-
ting volunteers who have
given much of their own va-
luable time to help* How-
ever, it ie not fair to ask
the same people all the
time*
It has been my conten-
tion that a great many more
of you are willing and want
to help simply for the ask-
ing*
JaCL In Denver is a
large group* No one person
knows all of youI am ask-
ing you to help* Call one
of us in ths Cabinet* Let
us know what you can and
want to dotype, cut sten-
cils, file, serve on a com-
mittee, make phone calls,
etc* Thank you*
DENVER JACL MEMBERSHIP
Single Membership *2.50
Couple Membership 3* 50
Students 1.50
P.C. (Member) 3.00
P.C. (Non-Member) 3.50
CUKT EDITORIAL
LATIN AMERICAN COUNCIL
The Japanese American
and Latin American popula-
tion of Denver have chosen
to live side by side, in
certain sections of this
City.
Both groups have a great
many kindred problems fac-
ing them in their efforts
to become an Integral part
of the community. Both are
branded with identifying
names which set them apart
from other Americans. Be-
cause both groups live in
the same areas, they ocou-
py the highest percentage
of sub-standard housing -in
the City*
Their children attend
the same schools, they pat-
ronize each other in busi-
ness, and often use the professional services from each
others group* Yes, this is as it should be in America*
Oar cooperation has been a matter of necessity foreed
upon us by the many problems which we face together* The
problems of housing, discrimination in employment, and in
limited business opportunities, and many others, will be
with us for a long time to come*
Ve need to develop cooperation on a positive basis on
a long range plan for the benefit of both groups and the
community as a whole. Ve need better housing, legisla-
tion to guarantee us equal opportunities in employment,
better community services, such as health and recreation.
Ve need to work together for more concerted political ac-
tion* Vs need mors clvio leaders who are able to cross
ths racial and cultural boundaries to work with other
groups in the community and to secure their assistance in
helping us to get what we need*
Finally, the leaders of both groups should plan occa-
sions to come together to discuss and learn mors about
each others problems* Our problems are similar, our ob-
jectives are the same a better democracy for all*
Bernard Valdez
Latin-American Council
Cbrnet*
3y 3/i-L HosoKAuM,
In knocking around the
far reaches of our wonderful
state of Colorado the last
few months, Ive been pleas-
antly surprised by the num-
ber of Nisei Ive run aoross.
Host of them have beett in
their well-feathered niches
for years, living ordinary,
unspectacular but satisfying
lives and thinking nothing
of it*
But to us eity folks, es-
pecially those of us Who are
relative newcomers still un-
familiar with the hinterland
the way these Nisei are mak-
ing their livings and the
success with Which theyve
become integrated into their
communities Is an interest-
ing story.
Now that brings about, an
idea for a Denver JACL chap-
ter project. How about a
goodwill caravan of Denver
Nisei businessmen and boost-
ers to tour ths stats, to
visit communities vherethere
are a sizeable number of Ni-
sei and there to shake hands
get acquainted, go fishing
and pichicking and otherwise
have a good time*
Seems to me a holiday
week-end project like this
would hare the effect of (l)
Educating Denver Nisei; (2)
Developing friendships ana
(3) Drawing more business
into Denver.
Of course itd take a lot
of planning and coordinating
to make a junket Of this
kind successful* But itd
be a lot of fun*
KkJOlV YOUR CHAPTEROFF/CERS
MTN PLAINS
JACL OFFICE
A. rousing District Con-
ference is being planned by
General Chairman Tak Tera-
saki for the Ktn-Plains Re-
gion, to be held in Denver
on Apr* 14-15, 1951*
Word from Alamosa, thru
Has Yoshida; from Omaha,
thru Pat Okura; from North
Platte by George Kuroki and
A1 Kuahihaehij from Sedg-
wick by Kish Otsuka; from
Albuquerque by Sam Yonemoto
and Art Togami; and other
areas indicate that a siz-
able out-of-town represen-
tation will attend.
Important national iss-
ues will be discussed by
Natl Director Hasao Satow,
Who will be flying in from
Washington, D. C.
/sr Vtcm Petty
Hiss Chiye Horiuchi, 1st
Vice President of the Den-
ver JACL, is also the Pro-
gram Chairman, responsible
for the activities of the
chapter thru out the year*
Chiye is a native of Se-
attle, Washington, and
graduate of the U. of V*
She went to the Kinldoka
VRA eenter in Idaho, during
evacuation, and later re-
located to Peoria, Illinois
where she worked with the
INCA for several years*
9
Chiye transferred to the
Denver IWJA in 1947, in or-
der to help her folks who
live at 3000 Stout St*, in
Denver. After a few years
at the Y, she helped her
Ctf/Y£ HotlUCW
folks operate the Economy
Grocery*
At present* she is work-
ing at the Air Force fin-
ance center in Denver*
Besides being native in
JACL and YtCA work, Chiye is
a member of the executive
board of the League Voters in Denver, Colorado*..


MARCH, 1951
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
FAOE THREE
Best Nisei aotors of the
month were WES KOYANO, at-
tired in a bridesmaid dress
wearing a black wig and do-
ing the "Boochie Jitterbug"
to the lively tune of "Sam-
isen Boogie" with SAM TO*
CHIHARA rigged up in an
ancient samurai outfit* The
act stole the show, I Hear*
The Brighton fellas did
an excellent job of acting
like females, especially at
the Brighton Pioneer night*
JOHNNY MATSUNO danced the
ondo" along with HELEN TA-
NAKA, DOLLY SATO, PRANCES
MIZUNAGA, MILDRED TOCKIHARA
JANE OKADA, and EMI, JO and
MARY CHIKUMA* He was beau-
tiful, dressed in a kimono
and a wig; however the aud-
ience claimed he looked
very graceful esoept for
his hands and face which
looked very masoulineill
Another fellow actor
was divine TAGUS MURATA who
owns the Betty Grable legs,
and who eould almost pass
for a teenage bobby-soxerlt
Cute TERRY YAMASHITA, RN
said "I do" to STAN ICHIKA-
WA* Lucky girl*he's got
a *51 Ford too!I!
NORI is now busy keeping
house and cooking for hubby
TQOTSIE TSUTSUIlti
While DR* and MRS* JOHN
CHIKUMA are attending a
dental convention in Kansas
City, Mo*. MAMI KATAGIRI is
busy keeping books and mak-
ing appointments at the of-
fice for him!It
Congratulations to the
Cathay Starlettest This is
the seoond straight year
they have won the NWAA bas-
ketball league title* the
girls playing on the team
are; NANCY I TO, FUZZY YASU-
DA, FLO MIYAHARA, GLADYS
MIYAGISHIMA, SACHI YOSHIMU-
RA, and HELEN NAKASHIMAl I
NWAA Proxy JEAN MIYAGI-
SHIMA certainly keeps her-
self busy* Besides being a
nurse's aid at Mercy Hospi-
tal* she also keeps the
girls' athletic club in top
shape!Il
^TEXACO*
GEORGES MOTOR
20T"ST. LAWRENCE
___MAIN 6373_
VICTORY DINNER.
TEAMS SION 407 MEMBERS
Celebrating the signing up of a record number of mem-
bers at a viotory dinner at Manchu'e recently, are, left
to rightt Dorothy Madokoro, Sue Maruyama* AtsUyo ito* Dr
Yosh Ito (behind
At au), Min YasUi,
daughter Iris*
True Yasui, Kami
Katagiri, Ben Mi-
yahara, Tak Tera-
saki, Kitchle Te-
rasgki, Chiye Ho-
riuchi, Betty Ka-
negaye* Dorothy
Hayano, Alice Ku-
magai and Sam Ku-
magai* The losing
team treated the
winners*
Members of the team who were Unable to attend were; Rui
Taniguehi, George Kasunaga, Tosh Ando, Bes Matsuda, Ken
Imamura, John Noguchi, Fumi Katagiri, Roy Mayeda, Stanley
Ichikawa, and Dr* George Kubo*
FLASH '! Miss HA. Contest
The Denver JACL Bulletin
in its effort to enlighten
and bring to the public a
better understanding and
appreciation of the Nisei
girl proudly announces the
Kiss Daikon Ashi contest*
Long the objects of
ridicule and derogatory re-
marks, the daikon ashi will
no longer be the bane^ the
Have yuu heard the ferns
raving about that good look-
ing, handsome fella in blue
at Lowry Air Base* Seems as
though hefe a surgical tech;
his name is KITASHIMA
Our wishes for a speedy
re oovery to KAZ TADA who
until recently was hospi-
talized at Mercy Hospital
after undergoing a tonsil-
ectamy and minor surgery!t
Wowit have you heard the
latest??????? Hustling MARY
TOKUNAGA, HELEN OKADA, and
MKTKO MAYEDA are now col-
lecting old newspapers for
the paper drivel! More pow-
er to them for it certainly
is a lot of workllJI
Sorry to hear BES MATSU-
DA, one of the most aotive
JACL'ers, was hospitalised
at Meroy Hospital for a rew
days! I Hope you've recover
-ed fully, Bes!It!
CHIZ and BILL CHIKUMA
have bought a new home near
32nd and Gaylord*
downfall of the Nisei femme
This contest will attempt
to overcome this vicious
prejudice by glorifying and
popularizing the daikon
aehi so that Nisei girls
may again walk the streets
unashamed
Requirements are simple*
Contestants must be of Ja-
panese extraction and of
the female' sex* No entrance
fee is required*
Size, bulk and muscular-
ity as well as beauty una-
dorned should be considered
in the judging*
Anyone may vote* Just
write the name, address and
telephone number of the Ni-
sei girl of your choice on
the back of a postal card
and mall it tot Miss Daikon
Ashi Contest, 1917 Lawrence
St*, Denver 2, Colo* Only
one vote from any one per-
son will be accepted* The
girl receiving the most
votes will be declared the
winner* Contest eloses on
April 10 and complete re-
sults will appear in the
April issue of the Bulletin.
Besides national publi-
city, prizes to date in-
clude an all expense paid
trip to the next daikon
growers convention, twin
giant daikons, a book, "I
Wish I Rad Daikon Ashi," by
Bette Graybll and a small
jar of takuan*
GRANADA
MARKET
5883 f
\mpmm usims
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DDS
40 N. Main BRIGHTON 560
F.E. HAYANO, DDS MA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
MILTON HAYANO, DDS MA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
T. ITO, DDS KE 8680
830 18th Street
Y. ITO, DDS ... KE 1077
830 18th Street
IT* KAWANO, DDS KE 3084
1404 E* 18th Avenue
TAKASHI MAYEDA, DDS TA 6961
301 Interstate Trust Bldg*
K.K* MIYAMOTO, DDS TA 4307-
1952 Larimer Street
GENT A NAKAMURA, DDS TA 7698
200 Interstate Trust Bldg*
INSURANCES
MITSUO EANEKO AL 3500
1232 20th Street
JINZO NODA FR 1065
3211 Clayton Street
LAWYERS
T-OSHIO ANDO AC 5315
1942 Larimer Street
MINORU YASUI AL 7227
1917 Lawrence Street
OPTOMETRISTS
(30RGE KUBO, OD AC 5315
1942 Larimer Street
BEN MATOBA, OD KE 1941
1927 Larimer Street
PHYSK/msmm\
DEARIES FUJISAKI, MD
40 N* Main BRIGHTON 418
K KOBAYASHI, MD KE 4590
1227 27th Street
ISAMU OZAMOTO, MD TA 1593
301 Interstate Trust Bldg*
HOWARD SUSNAGA, MD AC 13l4
630 18th Street
(3E0R(ffi TAKE NO, MD TA 0763;
830 16th Street
MAHITO UBA, DO MA 3743
1230 21st Street


PAGE POUR
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
MARCH, 1951

l%g|(-a-b§
FLORENCE UYSDA'S Bister,
ALICE YAMAZAKI of Detroit
and her daughter BETTY JEAN
were week-end guests of the
OSKI TANIWAKX*S recently*
The TANIWAKI* S held a
buffet supper in honor of
their guests with the KEN
YABE'S and ART YORIMOTO'S
attending*
HELEN UMEZAWA returned
to Denver, looking mighty
chipper, after a six weeks
vacation in LA* STEVE and
TOSHI TAKEUCHI,her kid bro-
ther and his wife, of LA
drove HELEN baOk to Denver
and hob-nobbed With the
young set in Denver awhile
before going baok*
SUEYO ITO, dental Stu-
dent at Kansas City motored
back to Denver for his
spring vacation*
MOON KATAOKA* DOC & ROSA
MAYEDA, HENRY ICHIKAWA*
FRANK SEHARASHUN NAKAYAMA,
GEORGE OTSUKI, SALLY FtJRU-
SHIRO, FUMI UMCURA,AHY KO-
NISHi, and JO NAKAYAMA are
attending the National JACL
Bowling Tournament in LA*
MURIEL KUBO has enrolled
her son, WAYNE* in a nur-
sery school, and has taken
a steno job at Western Seed.
FRAW3SS SAIT0*S new
short hair cut is mighty
becoming on her*
DR* JAMES NAKAMURA stop-
ped in on sister FRANCES
in Golden on his way back
to Minnesota after a brief
vacation in California*
CHAMPS CONFAB PROGRAM
fl* Proudly display-
ing their trophies
awarded them at the
Basketball Dance at
DX Club, March 10,
are left to right;
Genji Yamamoto, Ca-
thay Post; Koji Ka-
nai, Bussei A; Gla-
dys Iv.iyagishima, Ca-
thay Sterlettes; Je-
an Miyagishlma, NWA
A prexy; Hide HJro3e
Bussei AA; and Dr*
Geo. Kubo, JACL co-
mmissioner of sports
Looks like meat packing
workers SUE MAYEDA and LAN-
DER ITO will be out on the
picket lines again.
The Sangha Pot-luck drew
about 80 people, and among
welcomed new faces were
those of the BEN SEKISHIROS
TAK & CHIZY SHIRAMIZU, and
GEORGE & JANE HADA, to men-
tion just a few*
A little birdie tells us
that SAM -AUd JACKIE KOMI I
will be sporting a new Ford
Viotoria real soon*
KAZ TAD A, roommate of
the charming SARAH MIYOSHI,
was laid up in Mercy Hos-
pital with an operation*
RUI TANIGUCHI held a
birthday party for her son,
DENNIS, lil three year old,
with LINDA coming with her
mom, MILDRED KIYOTAKE, and
LAURA MIURA bringing her
son* TRUE YASUI bringing
her IRIS, and HANNAH TAKA-
MINE bringing her kids*
CHRISTINE YORIMOTO, ARLENE
YABB, and FRANCES TANIGUCHI
made up the rest of the
party*
We hear the stork plans
to maks a visit to the HAS*
RY SAKATA* S* to CLARA ahd
HANK TAKAHASHI, and to HO-
WARD and MARY SUENAGA* The
T03H ANDO'S expect an addi-
tion on Easter day.
MELANIE ROBIN was ohosen
the name for TAK & MITCHIB
TERASAKI'S new baby girl*
Heard tell that busy Red
Cross workers MAY FURUTA,
TERRY KODAHA* MITSUE MATSU-
DA and MARY LOUISE SASAKI
are doing a terrific job
under the leadership of MAY
MATSUKOITJI. More power to
them*
I think that I shall never
see
A girl refuse a meal thats
free;
A girl with hungry eye not
fixed
Upon the drink thats being
mixed,
A girl who doesnt like to
wear
A lot of junk in her hair;
But girls are loved by guys
like me
Cause I dont like to kiss
___________________ a tree.
The tentative program
outlined by Chairman Yuta-
ka Terasaki is:
Apr* 15, Friday evening:
1000 Club Social, at the
residence of Dr. & Mrs.
Y. Ito, 3454 York St*;
George Furuta, regional
1000 Club Director.
Apr. 14, Saturday afternoon
1:00 pm Registration
2:00 pm Opening Ceremony
2:30 pm Council Sessions
6:30 pm Convention Ban-
quet, Masao W* Satow,
principal speaker*
9:00 pm Convention Dance
Apr* 15, Sunday:
9:00 am- Council Sessions
11:00 am- Recess for Church
1:30 pm- Closing Session
NOTICE i!!
PLEASE NOTIFY THE DENVER
JACL BULLETIN, 1917Iawrence
St*, of any changes of ad-
dress*
Unless you notify us, we
cannot assure continued de-
livery of your Bulletin to
you. With all of the fea-
tured articles and interest-
ing news items, we are sure
you wouldn* t want to miss a
single issue of the Denver
JACL Bulletin.
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