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VOLUME VI NUMBER 12
DENVER* COLORADO
DECEMBER 1951
NOMINEES FOR.
*32 1ML CABINET
George Ohashi, chairman
of the nominating committee*
announced 'that the final
complete slate of candi-
dates for 1952 officers Of
the Denver JACL has been
completed, and mail ballots
were being sent to all mem-
bers of the local chapter.
The nominating committee
was composed of Bess Shiyo-
raura, Betty Kanegaye, Tosh
Ando, Dr. T. Mayeda and Y.
Terasaki.
For president, committee
nominated Roy Mayeda, the
present finance chairman of
the local chapter. Mayeda
is a Brighton Nisei farmer,
and was a captain in the
Medical Corps during the
last war. Other nominees
are Y. Terasaki, the pres-
ent incumbent and Dr M.
Uba, a former Los Angelano,
graduate of UCLA and the
Des Moines, Iowa, Still
College of Osteopathy and
Surgery.
Other candidates were:
For 1st Vice-President
(Program) --Kami Katagiri,
Dorothy Hay&no, John Nogu-
chi.
For 2nd Vice-President
(Membership) Ben Matoba,
Harry Yanari, Atsuyo Ito,
Bess Shiyomura.
For f3rd Vice-President
(Publicity) Michi Ando,
George Masunaga, and Frank
T. Tamura,
For Treasurer: Robert
Horiuchi, George M. Kaneko
and Roy T. Terada.
For Recording Secretary:
Haru Tanaka and Sue Maru-
yaraa.
For Corresponding Secy^
June Aochi and Ruby Okubo
For Finance Chairman:
Sam Matsumoto, James Ima-
tani, Dr. Y. Ito, George M.
Kaneko and Dr. T. Mayeda.
For Athletic Director:
Shig Teraji and Sam Chimuma
For Bulletin Editor:
Haruko Kobayashi, Ben Miya-
hara and True Yasui-
MtW OJEMNISIL 3ACL
MIMISMHV KE5
Membership fees in the
Denver JACL Chapter are as
follows: Students and GIs,
$1.75; single memberships
$2.50; and couple member-
ships, $4.00.
gCCOSNlTlUN
lb JACUv,
Community Uwfits
A recognition dinner,
honoring public-spirited
chapter members and commu-
nity leaders, will be held
at the Albany Hotel, prece-
ding the annual New Year*s
Eve inaugural ball of the
Denver JACL, it was an-
nounced by Chiye Horiuchi,
chairman of the dance com-
mittee, Plenty of noise
and fun-makers will be pro-
vided for December 31,1951,
to welcome the New Year in,
at the Cathedral Room or
the Albany Hotel.
Roy Mayeda, finance
chairman for the chapter,
announced that many valu-
able prizes will be given
away at the danee,including
a Television set, or a cer-
tificate good for future de-
livery, Sunbeam Coffee Mas-
ter, GE Clock Radio, Kodak
Movie Camera, Mixmaster,and
other prizes.
YASUI SPEAKS AT
FT LUPTON ROTARY
At the invitation or
Floyd Koshlo, chairman for
program of the Ft. Lupton
Rotary Club* Min Yasui spoke
at the regular meeting of
the Ft. Lupton Rotary on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 12,
1951.
Yasui discussed the back-
ground and processes of e-
vacuatlon during the war
years, and particularly em-
phasized the war record of
the Nisei.
He also spoke of the
work of the JACL as an "all
American organization" com-
posed of Nisei trying to
help America more democrat-
ic In order to win the world
struggle of Ideologies.
Among the 40 odd Ft.
Lupton Rotarlans are two
Nisei members, Floyd Koshio
ahd Dr. George Uyemura, both
former presidents of the Ft.
Lupton JACL chapter.
NOMINAL CMARtCS
FOR NEW YEA*$ EVE
Miss Chiye Horiuchi, pro-
gram chairman for the Den-
ver JACL, announced that
tentatively the prices for
the New Year's eve events
would be about #3.50 per
plate for the Recognitions
Dinner, and 5 .00 per
couple for Inaugural Ball.
AIL JACL members and friends
were cordially Invited to
attend the New Year*8 eve
festivities to be held in
the Cathedral Room at the
Albany Hotel.
SAN LUIS VALLEY
CONTRIBUTES ID ADC
Commencing the 1951-1952
JACL ADC Financial Drive
for the Mountain-Plains Re-
gion, S. Yoritomo, treasur-
er for the San Luis Valley,
Colorado K.K.D., remitted
$422.00 for the Nat'l JACL-
ADC campaign. Thirty seven
families in the San Luis
Valley area contributed to
the drive.
Donors included Kameda
Bros., Alamosa, $50.00; M.
Miyake, K. Ono, Geo. Katsu-
moto, Roy Tanaka, F. E. Yo-
shida, Roy Inouye and S.
Yoritomo, $25.00 each; Geo.
Nishikawa, Tom Kawanabe,
and Mizokami Bros., $15.00
each; Mrs. M. Ito, George
Yoshida, Y. Fujimoto, Geo.
Sumida, Frank Uyeda, T.
Ogura and Chas. Algaki, $10
each; K. Fujii, I. Tsudama,
Den Shioshlta, Francis Wak-
asugi, Kiyoshi Shioshlta,
Frank Uyemura, S. Nakano,
Joe Uyemura, Geo. Hishinum^
Chas. Hayashida, Rudy Yosh-
izakl, T. Hayashida, and J.
M. Sumida, $5.00 each; T.
Takahashi, Geo. Kunugl, S.
Hlshlnuma, Henry Hayashida,
and Ben Miyake $3.00 each;
and T. Takamori,.$2.00.
CASABA LEA4UE
TO BE4IN JAN. 3
A group of nisei basket-
ball officials met with Dr.
George Kubo to discuss the
formation of the 1952 nisei
basketball league.
The sports program to be
conducted under the sponsor
ship of the Denver JACL was
again unanimously approved,
and the league will offic-
ially start on January 3rd
at the Manual High gym.
The following teams were
represented: Brewers, Cath-
ay Post, Buaael, CSMC, Rain-
bows, Dribblers, Platte-
vllle, Merchants, and two
teams from Brighton.


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THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
DECEMBER 1951
OtVCftJAUMU*TlN
Published monthly by the]
[Denver chapter of the Japanese'
American Citisena League, 191*7]
jLavrence St., Denver, Colorado
Telephone: AXpine 7237
Editor: George Naeunaga
Business Manager: Sam Kumagai
Staff: Bill Hoaokawa, Kami
bataglri, May Kitagawa, Pearl
puwabera, Dorothy Madokoro, Sue
uaroyama, Rosa Mayeda, Ben
Ulymhara, Bessie Shiyomura, and
lll4n T.n1
II
my
thmbehs,
\ppto*a m your
mere f

ee
Yutaka Terasaki
will always
be a Christmas
as long as
there are men and
women who can think of
others as well as themselves*
This Is the time when memories
bespeaks so eloquently and fervent*
ly of the trials and tribulations
and the highlights of the activities
of the JACL for the past year* It Is like
the Christmas tree with bright lightsreflecting
the thinking and well-being and contentment of our
membership* The past year has added many beauti-
ful ornaments on the treeeach one representing the
various individuals and groups who have through
their own volition, participated In the promotion of
our activities* The tinkle of the bells
bring memories of the typewriter bellsthe sweet
laughter of the girls and that "cup of coffee"
to keep them bright and happy for the untold number of
early morning hours of grueling work* Yes, It is
like the tinseltwinkling brightly as if to say, "we have
had a shiny year"and swaying to and froas the
situation arosetwirling with delight at timesand then,
straight and stilted like the cool, clear icicle with a
pointed purpose to unfold* Christmas la the packages
under the treedone up in tinsel and wrapped with pretty
ribbonsgay gifts of remembrancegifts which cannot be
forgotten for years to come* Each representing personal
gifts of time, effort, energy and money* It is a bright
and cheerful candle in our JACL windowwhose cheery light
Another eventful year
has quickly gone by* Jour
organization has partici-
pated in many activities*
We have responded to the
appeals of national head-
quarters and integrated
their desires with our
local program*
It has been the purpose
of the cabinet to expose
the work of the J*A*C*L
to a greater number of peo-
ple and to draw into the
activities a greater number
of new faces*
This, we believe, has
been done* We have been
guided by the "old hands"
for which we wish to express
our appreciation, and tho
some of the new faces felt
their contributions were
insignificant, their help
and willingness has been
the outstanding factors in
what success the organisa-
tion has experienced*
I want to extend my
thanks to the many members
who have helped I only wish
X had space to mention each
of you by name* Above all,
many thanks to each member
of my cabinet for his splai-
did cooperation and contri-
bution towards making the
Denver J.A.C.L. the best
Chapter in the U*S*A*****


speaks a friendly greeting to all who passes by* The
spirit of Christmas is the light that has dispelled for many
centuries past, and will dispel for many centuries to
come* Our tree tells of people and more peopleyou,
ryou, and youbut no matter who, it is still the symbol
that has warmed civilisation in the darker moments.
These gifts that you have given have laden the tree to over-
flowing measure* Please accept our thanks for the many gifts
1961
Denver
JA.C L*
__ Cabinet
Ptwr
DENVER, CHALLENGES CHICAGO
"Chicago is known as the
Windy City" retorted Atsuyo
Ito, 1951 membership chair-
man of the Denver JACL*
"And they sure blow a lot
in Chicago," she said when
advised of the puny chal-
lenge by Harry Mizuno, Chi-
cago JACL membership chair-
man, to the Los Angeles
chapters, San Francisco and
Denver, Colorado*
"Talk is cheapresponded
Tak Terasaki, 1951 presi-
dent of the Denver JACL, in
regard to the Chicago chal-
lenge; "We notice that
Denver, Colorado, which
ranks only about 5th or 6th
in Japanese population with
about 2,500, led the nation
in membership during the
first six months of each
year* That shows we get on
the ball immediately, while
the other chapters are only
just talking*"
The membership committee
of the Denver JACL requested
the Chicago chapter not to
put Denver in the same cate*
gory as Los Angeles,because
Denver ranks head and shoul-
ders above any other chap-
ter in the nation in cities
of comparable population
bracket*
As a final word, Atsuyo
Ito. Denver JACL membership
chaiiman whose term expires
December 51, 1951, stated,
"We can't compete with Chi-
cago or Los Angeles in num-
ber of members because of
the smallness of our Japa-
nese population, but what
we laok in numbers, we can
more than make up in qua-
lity* If Chicago and Los
Angeles aren't afraid of
being humiliated by the Den-
ver JACL, they'll be willing
to accept a membership quota
of 2,500 members each* And
altho their populations are
about 10 times as great as
Denver's, well generously
accept a full quota of 1,000
to give them a much needed
handicap* Then, we'll bat-
tle them on percentage
pointsl Are you afraid of
taking a licking, Chicago?"
BUWkf
Cbner*
\ fly bim mqsokawa.
It's a human character-
istic not to appreciate
what one has until he finds
how much less others have.
Take me. I live a fairly
ordinary lifeeat regular-
ly but nothing fancy, have
a light car and a roof over-
nead. It could be a lot
better.
But it also could be a
lot worse. I knew that all
along, but had forgotten un-
til a couple of Japanese
newspapermen came to town
and spent a week here. We
talked a lot, and much of
it had to do with the lit-
tle things, like making a
living and rearing a family.
Well, I found out that
in terms of dollars, I make
about as much money in a
week as they make in three
months. I can buy a pretty
fair pair of shoes with a
day's pay, before deduc-
tions, of course. It takes
them a week's wages to get
shoes of nowhere near the
quality of U.S. footgear.
My wife has a washing
machine. Theirs don't.
Think of the time we save
in a single year by having
a machine to do the laundry.
We climb into the car
whenever we want to go any-
where. They told roe there's
only one newspaperman in
the entire city of Osaka
who owns his own automobile
and he's a person of pri-
vate means who works on a
paper Just for the fun of
it.
Well, were they envious
of me? No, sir. They ad-
mired many of the material
things we have, but they
liked their lives better.
It is a quieter life, a
core peaceful life, a more
leisurely life, and pos-
sibly a more satisfying one.
They wouldn't trade theirs
for the hectic existence we
must lead in- erder to do
all the things that have to
be done and to use up the
time we save with all our
mechanleal devices. .
PLEASE NOTIFY THE DENVER
JACL BULLETIN, 1917 Iawrence
St., of any ohanges 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
JAOL Bulletin*


DECEMBER 1951
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
PAGE 3
Sporting a new, beige 51
Ford forder sedan is JIMMIE
IMATANI
Attracting collegians in
the Denver area recently
was a "get-acquainted" so-
cial sponsored by the Nu
Chi Delta at the Methodist
Oiurch. The cute misses in
charge of the affair were
MIKO NONAKA, CURA SHINDO,
LOUISE NAGATA, MAE 03UGA,
FUZZY YASUDA, and UNIS KA-
WAKAMI.
A whole month's vacation
in sunny California is be-
ing enjoyed by JESSE and
MARY MA3UNAGA. Accompany-
ing their parents in their
new Oldsmoblle were daught-
ers JOANN and SHARCN.
Our special wish for a
speedy recovery goes to
DOLLY SATO, who is now re-
cuperating at home after a
short stay in the hospital.
A surprise baby shower
was given for MARY KOMARU
by NANCY MIYAGISHIMA and
ROSE KISHIMOTO recently.
Home on furlough from
Camp Dettrick, Md., was DON
HITA, a former DU student.
He is attached to the chem-
ical corps.
ED NAKAGAWA, active and
popular Bussel leader, seen
romancing with sweet and
coy HISAE INOUYE, pharma*
cist at St. Anthony's Hos-
pital. Incidentally, HISAE
was chosen outstanding se-
nior pharmacy woman at CU
The MIKE TASHIRQS are
having their home in Brigh-
ton completely redecorated.
EDYTHE HATASAKA and 3UMI
TOCHIHARA are bowling.under
the banner of the Public
Service Co. in Brighton's
tough hakujln league.
Talented musicians from
Denver and Brighton have
combined their efforts and
are making beautiful music
together* They are EDDIE
MATSUDA, HARRY HISHINUMA,
HENRY YANAGIHARA, KATHERINE
TOCHIHARA, UAMI KATAGIRI,
EDYTHE HATASAKA, JOE FUJII,
SUMI TOCHIHARA, BOB SAKATA,
GRACE KISHIYAHA and NANCY
SOGI.
ROSE and DON TANABE have
christened their Infant son
CHARLES YUTAKA.
Have- you all met the rav-
lshlngly attractive DEBORAH
KATO, whose devastating
beauty has caused a mild
panaemonlum In town? The
pretty coed, a transfer
student from Florida with
Southern drawl and all, is
attracting considerable at-
tention among the younger
set.
MY IDEAL BEAU
Hair: KEN KUWABARA
Eyes: BOB SAKATA
Smile: WALT MORIYA
Teeth: JIM TOCHIHARA
Height: KENNY IMAMURA
Physique: SPIKE KINOSHITA
Personality: SAD KUBOTA
Voice: TOMMY HIRACKA
Manners: CARL AMANO
Intelligence: ED NAKAGAWA
Clothes: IS AO KUGE
Sense of Humor: FRANK TAHURA
Athletic ability: HUPE ARAI
Dance partnertWESLEY KCYANO
Musical Talent: ALBERT NODA
Boyishness: JACK KANEGAYE
Faithfulness: SAM NAGAI
TEXANS RAISE
$335 FOR ADC
Ur. K. Saibara of Web-
ster. Texas, chairman of
the K.E.D. group in Houston,
Texas, reported recently
that an additional $335 was
raised by Japanese families
in that area to aid the Na-
tional JACL-ADC financial
campaign.
Receive Claims Ray
Harry G. Matoba of Matoba
Business Service Bureau,
announced that the 5th and
6th Evacuation Claims pay-
ments have been received In
Colorado.
Mr. Masasuke Kido of
Boulder, Colo, received a
claims check from the U.S.
Treasury Dept, on Dec. 3,
1951 for an amount slightly
less than $600.00. His or-
iginal claim had been filed
in 1949 for $2,500.00. His
compromise settlement forms
had been submitted to the
Dept, of Justice during
about Oct. 18, 1951.
Mrs. Tatsu Kido had like-
wise filed an original claim
for about $800.00 and re-
ceived a final payment of
slightly more than $200.00,
on Dec. 3, 1951*
MONTANA SIGNS 13
Mr. Tom Ogoshl, Jr., of
Rosebud, Montana, treasurer
for the Montana JACL chap-
ter, reported that 13 mem-
bers have been signed up to
commence the 1952 member-
ship drive for the Montana
chapter.
BhJjeClob Meets
The Denver Nisei Bridge
Club held their semi-annual
dinner on Wednesday evening,
December 5, 1951, at the u-
nique Sky Chef Restaurant
at Stapleton Airport, with
Dr. T.K. Kobayashi in charge
of general arrangements.
Those attending the din-
ner, with their wives were
James Imatani, Dr. Chas.
Fujisaki, Dr. Geo. J. Kubo,
' Edward Matsuda, Dr. T. K.
Kobayashi and Toshio Ando*
Following the dinner, the
members adjourned to the
residence of Dr. Kobayashi,
455 Forest St., to continue
their weekly play.
First Ormvoute
Receives Cimhs Chkk
Mr. Frank Goro Hirayama,
of 2234 Stout St., Denver,
Colo*,received a compromise
settlement check from the
Treasury Department on Nov.
28, 1951,in full settlement
of his evacuation claim. It
was believed, by informed
sources, that Mr. Hirayama
is the first Denverite to
receive payment from the
If. S. government under the
new, accelerated compromise
settlement program.
TSUYAKO TAKATA
BLOQiP DRIVE: CHMRNMl
Mrs. Tsu-yako Takata 4125
Vallejo St., GR2986, was
designated Denver JACL
Blood Donor drive chairman
by Pres. Y. Terasakl, to
participate in the current
Red Cross campaign to re-
plenish rapidly dwindling
blood supplies for U. S.
soldiers in Korea.
In the old days a man
who saved money was a miser;
nowadays he's a wonder*
mmiomwim
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DDS
40 N* Main BRIGHTON 660
F.E. HAYANO, DDS MA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
MILTON HAYANO, DDS MA 9400
2103 Larimer Street
Dr. ITO DENTAL GROUP
830-18th Street .. BE 8680
Dr* T* Ito
Dr* Y* Ito
Dr. S Ito
T. KAWANO, DDS KE 30154
1404 E* 18th Avenue
ROBERT MAYEDA, DDS TA 6961
301 Interstate Trust Bldg.
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*
INSURANCE
JINZO NODA FR 1065
3211 Clayton Street
LAWYERS
TOSHIO ANDO ... AC 5316
1942 Larimer Street
MINORU YASUI AL 722V
1917 Lawrence Street
OPTOMETRISTS
GEORGE KUBO, OD AC 5315
iy4£ Larimer Street
BEN MATOBA, OB KE 1941
1927 Larimer Street
PHYSICIANS smm
CHAR IBS FUJISAKI, MD
40 N. Main BRIGHTON 418
T.K. KOBAYASHI, MD KE 4590
1227 27th Street
ISAMU OZAMOTO, MD TA 1596
501 Interstate Trust Bldg.
HOWARD SUENAGA, MD AC 1314
$30 18th Street
GEORGE TAKENO, MD TA 0783
830 18th Street
MAHITO UBA, DC MA 3743
1230 21s-t Street
Accquntwg-
1NSURAP9CS-
MITSUCt. KANEKO AL 3500
1232 20th Street
YoS Oo^n g KE38* l/5IMW^ / Ch/m*.
UfsicomG fo
EIUB J~"
SEMEN SEAS
Jinh1
CWStHiZBY HOUSE OF MANCHA
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THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
(Mi
DECEMBER 1951
P?k-a-bf
KLCN KATACKA & RC3A MA-
YEDA are busy making elabo-
rate plans for the Kegler's
dance to be held on Christ-
mas eve at the Starlite
Club. They promise that
the floor show is going to
be a wcv;
KAZ 3AKAI/CTO, AL UJI and
FRANK TCR1ZAWA will be the
genial clerks working at
the Park Hill Shopping Cen-
ter Branch of Granada Fish
Market. They will concen-
trate on fish and will be
opening on Dec. 20th.
Denver niseis are sure
gonna be missing one of the
most valued and well loved
citizen, when GEORGE KUBO
leaves town come February
with MURIEL & WAYNE. KUBO
Is one of those guys that
is ever present, soft spo-
ken, followed by plenty of
positive action. The sport
crowd sure hate to see em
go.
Home for Christmas will
be PERRY & CHIYO MCRI, with
their new son, John, from
Albuquerque and IRV MAT3UDA
from Chicago.
YCSH KAKAYAVA, DOUG HI-
ZUKAMI, & JOE KUBO are some
of the (?) still braving
the cold early Sunday morn-
ing risings to shoot some
golf. They obviously don't
do so well, because at the
Thanksgiving tournament,
GEORGE KCMARU shot some
golf and came home with a
turkey; while GEORGE FUJIMO-
TC brought home a ham; and
3hIG TERAJI brought MICHI
some nice fryers.
Then there were some who
went to the Brighton JAA
sponsored Turkey Shoot from
where one Is 3UPFCSED to
come with a turkey and came
home with nothing.
We're sorry to hear PETE
FURUTA Is hospitalized in
L.A. Hurry and get well so
you can Join in on the holi-
day festivities.
We hear DOC MAYEDA trade
a hurried trip to New York.
He has an exclusive fran-
chise for a bowling ball.
Former Denverite, FUMI
KURATANI of L. A. charmed
Denver with her presence.
While here she was the
guest of HOWARD SUENAGA'S.
KENNY IMAMURA will de-
sert us for the holidays to
Join his relatives in L. A.
SAM & GAY CZAMOTO are ex-
pecting their 1st child In
January.
TERRY & KCDY KCDAHA now
have a baby girl who runs a
close second in beauty with
her mom.
The local post office is
adding to their reputation
for slow service by Dutting
on GENJI YAMAMOTO 'during
the Christmas rush. Now
we'll be lucky If we ever
get, oup mall.
MY IDEAL HUSBAND
Hair: DON TANABE
Eyes: NEBC NAKAYAHA
Smile: MIT3 KANEKO
Teeth: TOSH ANDO
Height: HENRY SUZUKI
Fhyslque: DR. T. ITO
Personality: TAK TERASAKI
Voice: TOM MASAMCRI
Manners: DR. MILTON HAYANC
Intelligence: MIN YASUI
Clothes: KODY KCDAMA
Athletic ability: DOC MAYEDA
Dance partner: RCY SKIBATA
Sense of humor: SAM KUMAGAI
Musical talent: ED MATSUDA
Bridge partner: TAKI DOMCTO
Boyishness: SAM TERASAKI
Faithfulness: ? ? ? ? ? ?
Host: GEORGE FURUTA
*TEXACO*
GEORGE'S MOTOR
20** LAWRENCE.
chvnr 9630
GRANADA ^uh^Pduim
MARKET *
Jons cn/Jkofifeld
KE.563 1949 LAt^EMCE ST.
JACl-ADt DRIVE
SHORT OF MARK
The total Mouatain-Hains
Regional JACL-ADC fund driTO
for the 1951-1952 fiscal
year to date amounts to
only #782*00, reported Min
Yasui, regional representa-
tive, contrasted to the
1950-1951 drive of even date
total of #924.50.
ANDO TO ASSIST
ISSEI REGISTRATION
Pres. Y. Terasakl of the
Denver JACL announced the
appointment of Toshio Ando,
attorney-at-law, at 1942
Larimer St., Denver, Colo.,
as chairman to assist Is-
sels register under the Mc-
Carran Internal Security
Act.
The law provides that
all Issel must register be-
tween January 1-10 of each
year. The registration
forms are simple, and can
be done by the Individual
registrant. However, as a
public service, the Denver
JACL assists local Issel
comply with the law. Forms
will be available Jan. 2,
1952.
WVOMUJG JACL.
HOLDS FAMILY NlTt"
The Northern Wyoming
JACL, under the leadership
of Pres Kaz Uriu, sponsored
a "Family Night" program
at the Masonic Hall, in
Worland, Wyoming on Dec. 8
Masao W. Satow, National
Executive director of the
JACL, was the principal
speaker of the evening.
A Japanese style buffet
dinner was enjoyed by all
and the evening was rounded
out with card games-
FUUPTON INVITO) TO
NEW YEAR'S EYE FEST
President Y. Terasakl of
the Denver JACL Chapter ex-
tended a cordial Invitation
to the Ft. Lupton JACL Chap-
ter to participate and Join
the annual New Year's Eve
recognitions dinner and In-
augural ball, to be held at
the Albany.Hotel, on Dec.
31st.
An invitation was ex-
tended to John Klyota, past
president of the Ft. Lupton
chapter, and to Frank Yama-
guchi, the newly-elected
1952 president of the Ft.
Lupton JACI
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