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VOLUME VII, NUMBER 2
DlNVlR COLUiii-uJO
FEBRUARY MARCH 1952
DENVER JACL PACES NATION
WITH LARGEST MEMBERSHIP
The Marigold Arcade benders of Chicago, 1952 team charpions,
proudly display their trophies won in the Sixth Annual National JACL
Bowling Tournament held in Denver earlier this month. Left to rightt
Roy Kiyakava, George Kasai/ Sock Kojima (captain), Tak Nabeta end
Shig Nabeta* In the background is Masao Satow, executive secretary
of the National JACL, -who made the presentations,
6thAnnual Mat'i Bowumc Tourney
DENVERITES COID; OUT-OF-TOWNERS
TARE HOME TOP PRIZES
Membership Chairman Har-
ry Yanari convened a meet-
ing of membership solicita-
tion teams on Feb* 28 to
tabulate membership results
to date in the Denver JACL.
Incomplete and unofficial
tabulations indicate that
the Denver JACL has 328
members as of Feb* 29, 1952.
According to the last
official report from JACL
Headquarters in Balt Lake
City, Utah, Placer County
in California led the mem-
bership rolls with 190 mem-
bers, closely followed by
the Denver JACL with 181
members as of Jan* 31*
However. Chairman Yanari
pointed out that Denver un-
doubtedly will lead the na-
tion as the largest JACL
chapter in the United
States, as soon as the la-
test results are reported
to Headquarters*
The 1951 membership
rolls of the Denver JACL
carried 486 members and led
the nation during the first
six months .of 1951. The
only single chapter larger
than Denver was the gigan-
tic Chicago JACL ohapter
with 1053 members* Despite
Chicago*s windy bragging,
the Denver JACL far outdis-
tances _the Windy City dur-
ing the regular membership
campaign, pointed out
Yanari.
Leading team members to
date are Tak Terasalci with
56 members, Atsuyo Ito with
50 members, Mami Katagiri
with 29 members, John Nogu-
chi with 24 members, and
Rosa Mayeda with 20 members.
Other membership team soli-
citors vowed to go over the
600 mark during the month
of March.
BOWLING DANCE
DRAWS *kOO
The dinner-dance climax-
ing the 1952 National JACL
Bowling Tourney attracted
over 400 persons to the Ca-
thedral Room of the Albany
Hotel*
Personable George kuruta
emceed at the affair assis-
ted by John Noguohi, tour-
nament director, masao Sa-
tow, National JaOl execu-
tive director, made the
presentation of che awards.
masunaga is new
m PLAINS CHAIRMAN
George Y. Masunaga, prom-
inent Denver JACL leader,
was elected chairman of the
Mountain-Plains JACL Dis-
trict Council, replacing
Roy M. Takeno, at the regu-
lar council session held on
Mar. 1,at the House of Man-
chu in Denver.
The brand new alleys of
Flitch Lanes resounded to
the thunder of rolling
balls and crasu of toppling
pins as over 350 top Nisei
bowlers from all parts of
the country vied for prizes
in Denver at the Sixth An-
nual National JACL Bowling
Tournament earlier this
month*
The Marigold Arcade team
from Chicago copped the top
team honors rolling a. repu-
table 2863, a good 100 pins
better than San Francisco* s
Sequoia Nursery five, 1951
champions* Main Bowl of
Seattle were crowned the
women* s team titlists as
they edged the Downtown
Bowlers of San Francisco,
2832 to 2313* Ken Hayakawa
and George Inai of San
Francisco took the men*s
doubles while Lois Yut and
Kaz Yokoyama of Seattle won
the women*s doubles prizes.
The mixed doubles winners
MIN VASUI TO RESIGN
MT-PLAINS JACL POST
Min Yasui, present re-
gional representative of
the Mt. -Plains JACL, has
announced his resignation
of the non-paid position,
effective June 30, 1952*
He recommended to the
Mt.-Plains District Council
that concrete plans be made
to carry on effectively the
neoessary JACL work in this
important geographic area*
were San Franciscans, Julie
Wong and Dixon Ikeda.
Dr. Jun kurumada of Salt
Lake City and Aiko Fujimotp
of Los Angeles won title in
one metrs singles ana wo-
mens singles respectively.
a Bacramentan, kenny lee,
estaolishea a new nign mark
in tne all-events as ne
toppled tne pins to score a
183V. Ohiyo Tashima of
Los Angeles whipped Julie
wong 1567 to 1385 in a nine
game roll off of the wo-
mens all-events, after, the
initial session endedina
tie.
Tats Nagase of San Fran-
cisco won the Grand Sweep-
stakes with a thundering
1296 while Hy Sechi: and
Frank Ota of Los Angeles
dragged down the honors in
the Ragtime Doubles events.
SHIZU yOSHIMURA,
RED CROSS CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Shizu Yoshimura,
3213 Marion St., was de-
signated Denver JACL chair-
man for the 1952 Red Cross
drive by Pres. Roy H. Maye-
da.
In keeping with the com-
munity-wide plan, the JACL
is not charged with solici-
tations from Japanese only,
but has been assigned a se-
veral block area near 19th
to 21st along Lawrencer and
Larimer Sts. . ? .
NATIONAL PRO&RAM


page 2
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
FEBRUARY MARCH 1952
Ije Pray S£j-
The past two months have
s-een a great deal of acti-
vity in the Denver JACL,
namely, the Membership
Drive,the JACL-ADC Benefit,
the National JACL Bowling
Tournament, the Red Cross
Drive, the Blood Donor
Drive,the Polio Benefit and
the Alien Registration Aid.
Notice the civic responsi-
bilities that have been
taken on by the local chap-
ter and you will realize the
importance of the JACL in
this community*
In order to promote these
affairs to a successful
conclusion, it has meant a
great deal of work to the
chairmen and their co-wor-
kers. It is gratifying to
know that so many of you
have worked so hard to ac-
complish these results.
On the other hand, with
as large a membership as
the local chapter has, ve
must try to attain a more
united support of our acti-
vities. I would like to
quote Bill Hosokawa in his
Critics Corner of the Janu-
ary Bulletin. "The need,
rather, is in developing
widespread and democratic
participation in chapter
activities. There is a
need for awareness among
all Nisei of the national
organization*sr ideals and
goals, and more active sup-
port of them."
In the near future, Na-
tional JACL will make a-
vailable to you a brochure
describing the many func-
tions that JACL partici-
pates in and the enormous
tasks confronting the JACL
and it*s need for our sup-
port. I do not believe
that there is any doubt in
any of us as to the bene-
fits we have received from
their work. By helping
them we help ourselves.
They are our investment for.
the future of the people of
Japanese ancestry. Protect
your investment not only in
a monetary sense but also
by your active participation
in JACL activities.
Cbmtf*
By BILL, hosokawa
Time to put the Bulletin "to bed." a surprisingly
large number of hours of labor has been expended by a
surprisingly large number of people to bring this little
paper to you this month, and every month, since June,
1946. It cannot be too greatly emphasized that this la-
bor has been truly a labor of love.
Special mention and appreciation should go to several
people: Bill Hosokawa, editor of the Denver Posts Rocky
Mountain Empire Magazine, and our own "Critics Corner"..
.....Rosa Mayeda, whose black and white Bulletin drawings
look professional because they are so......biami natagiri,
well-loved gal about town, and the Bulletins faithful
":>mall Fry1'...Bessie shiyomura, "Reek-a-boo" .. .Sue Ma-
ruyama and Dorothy Madokoro, to mention only two of the
many girls who have so generously helped with the tedious
job of typing.......and finally, Ben Miyahara, associated
with Denver General EospitalTs bacteriology lab, who has
been largely responsible for editing and layout.
All of these loyal JACLers have served at least three
years on the Bulletin, and some have been faithful con-
tributors since its beginning.
We cannot overlook the work of the Andos and the
Yasuis, who have been all things to the Bulletin.
To all, from all Denver JACLers, "Well done."
ISHIK7UVA ON CLAIMS
Bam Ishikawa,
Natl Associate
Director of the
JaCL, met with
various JACLers
and supporters,
during a two-day
visit to Denver
recently while
en route from
Washington, D.C. to los An-
geles.
Discussing evacuation
claims, isnikawa indicated
that the Dept, of Justice
has set up a time table to
pay up compromise claims cy
June 3Uth, in the amount of
$13,500,000. a balance of
$1,500,000 would be paid
off during the remainder of
1952. The Dept, hopes to
clean up the evacuation
claims program by compro-
mise this year, and the en-
tire claims program within
three years.
NOMINATE NISEI
Mike Nakamura of Iliff,
Colo., was nominated by the
Lions Club of Sterling, as
its candidate for honor of
being named "outstanding
citizen" in that community,
according to reports by
Vance Austin of Sterling*
Austin reported that the
service clubs of Sterling
were nominating candidates
for this honor, and altho
Nakamura is not a Lions
club member nor a resident
of Sterling, because of his
unselfish community service
in that area, the Lions
have agreed to support Mike
Nakamura.
mvMsmsfomc
Yoshiye Fujiwara, famed
Japanese tenor, sang to a
full house on Sunday even-
ing, Feb. 17, at the Tri-
State Buddhist Church in
Denver, as a benefit for
the Mtn-Blains Kika Kisei
Dome! fund campaign of the
JACL-ADC. A good crowd of
more than 400 people heard
Japan1s outstanding oper-
atic star.
Fujiwara sang 21 songs,
in English, Japanese, Ital-
ian, and Latin. His accom-
panist was Mrs. Marjorie
Nash Getty, who favored the
audience with selections
from Madame Butterfly dur-
ing the intermission.
CHANCE CHAPTER NAME?
Amidst a flurry of
"whereases" and "be it re-
solveds" a petition is be-
ing circulated among local
JACL members to change the
official name of the Denver
JACL to "Mile Hi Chapter of'
the JACL." The matter is
scheduled to be presented
to tlxe membership at the
next general meeting.
Women like, a strong si-
lent man because they think
he is listening.
Perhaps there isnt much
that is significant in a
bowling tournament. But if
you looked beneath the sur-
face of fun and purposeful-
ness at the national JACL
tournament in Denver early
in March, you could see a
commentary on the times as
they relate to the Nisei.
This was an event that
attracted nearly 300 Nisei
from all over the country.
They came as a result of
their recreational activi-
ties, and their purpose in
coming was to enjoy compe-
tition and otherwise have
fun.
The investment each of
the contestants have made
in equipment, and in gain-
ing a high degree of skill
in a game, oertainly is no
small figure. Add to this
the more immediate cost--
transportation to and from
Denver,hotels and lodgings,
spending money during the
trip, perhaps the time lost
from work. Many of the
contestants came by air
from the west coast, and
from as far east as Cleve-
land.
What were trying to
drive at is this: A large
number of Nisei have
reached that station in
life and economics where
they can afford to spend
much time and money in
having fun. That wasnt
true in 1935, only partly
true in 1941. The Nisei,
inevitably, are growing up.
/-DENVER J/\CL BUUETIN
Published monthly by the
Denver chapter of the Japanese
American Citizens League, 1917
lawrence Street, Denver 2, Colo.
Telephone: Alpine 7227
Editor: Haruko Kobayashi
Bus. Ivgr.: Robert Horiuchi
Staff: June Aochi, Bill Hoso-
kawa, Kami Katagiri, Kay Kitaga-
wa, George Kubo, Mary Kuritani,
Pearl Kuwabara, Dorothy Kadokoro
Sue Karuyama, George Kasunaga,
Rosa Kayeda, Any Kiura, Ben Ki-
yahara, Bessie Shiyomura, I&chi
,Tera.il and Kin Yasui.
AL. V82fT 2700LMMR


FEBRUARY MaUCU 1952
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
PAGE 3
S/XTH ANNUAL NATIONAL JACL
bonuno room NfNT DENVER, (0/0. Z
Climax of the highly successful Bixth Annual National JaCL Bowling
Tournament held Feh. 29-March 1 and 2 at Elitch Lanes in Denver was
the Awards Dinner-Dance held at the Albany Hotel.
.Pictured here are some of xne Tournament Onamps, winners of three
perpetual trophies, awarded by the National JaCL, as well as twenty-
one beautiful separate trophies, over ;g>4,000 in prize money, and nu-
merous mercnanaise awards.
Upper left: Lois Jtut and kazie lokoyama, Beattie, women's doubles,
975.
Upper center: Dixon ikeda and Julia vong, Ban Francisco, mixed dou-
bles, 1135.
Upper right: George lnai and Kayo nayakawa, Ban Francisco, men's
doubles, 1174.
Kight: Bhig Teraji, left, Denver JACL Athletic Director, presenting
both a perpatual and a tournament trophy to ur. Jun Kurumada,Balt hake
City, men's singles, 696.
Lower right: Kosa Mayeda \center;, Denver, director of the women's
division of the cowling Tournament presenting the women's all-events
trophy to Ohiyo Tashima, Los Angeles, and Julia wong. Ban Francisco,
who tied_ror rirst place with lbob eacn. in -ohe playoff uhiyo Tashima
scored 1567 against Julia wong's 15S5 in a nine-game "roll-off.-"
Lower center: Main Bowl of Seattle took the women's team champion-
ship with 2332. Team members are: Miye Ishikawa, Kazie Yokoyama, Car-
ol Daty, Fudge Bakanishi, Lois Yut.
Lower left: Tats Nagase, San Francisco, sweepstakes, 1296.


FEBRUARY MARCH 1958
PAGE 4
THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN
Additional pnotographs taKen at the Rational jaCL
Bowling Tourney Awards Dinner-nance.
Upper left: some of tne attractive young ladies who
served as hostesses at tne Awards Dinner-Dance. Leit to
right. mami hatagiri, fasuko Tasniro, sue Maruyama, Jen-
nie Kitagawa, Louise nagata, Fearl Kuwabara.
upper center: Left to rigiit, National JACL President,
Dr. Randolph Bakada, Chicago, Denver*s own emcee extraor-
dinary, George E. Furuta, and Masao batow, executive sec-
retary of the national JACL, bait naxe.
Upper right: more attractive oacL hostesses. Left to
right, Joan matsuda, Virginia Maruyama, ninu nanai, June
Aochi, Ruby ckubo.
Center, upper picture: women's singles cnampion, Aiko
Fujimoto, los Angeles, 551.
Center, lower picture: John Noguchi, Tournament Direc-
tor, left, and Ken Yee, Bacramento, mens all-events
champion, 1857.
Lower right: Visiting bowlers. Left to right, Moose
Furukawa, Cleveland, George wong, los Angeles, Francis
Rihei, Cleveland, Isamu Matsumura, Cleveland.
Lower center: Left to rignt, Mrs. Roy Mayeda, local
chapter president's wife, with mr. anu mrs* ratrxcm ckura,
Boys down, neDiasma, who naa attended tne rnt.-rlains-Dis-
trict council meeting as orncial delegates from omana.
Lower left: Visiting bowlers from oacramento. Left to
rignt, x. Takai, Katuerino moy, nya bato, nennetn bhioata.


FEBRUARY MaHCH 1952
THE DEImVjEH JACL BULLETIN
PACK 5
Square dancing is quite
"the thing" these daysl
been promenading at the
Brighton JAA danoe were:
Petite ANNABHLLB UYKJJA of
ban Francisco (not Krisco
to her sister FLO, of
course); ttlDKKO NAKAYAMA
with the best jitterbugger
WEB KOYANO; also CHICK JJNA-
D0M1, a cute coed from LA
who is visiting ALICE and
HELEN MlKAWA; TOM BH1BA0
^Ik TOGHLHABA, YAB TABiUBU,
BTUOG TABHJLBO and OKAOJS
IDA. They seemed to be
having the "times of their
lives swinging their part-
ners around*
A new addition has ar-
rived in the household of
HUTH1E and JIM shunto.....a
girl, mabiLYW, on Feb. 23.
Cute fellow with the
crew cut is PVT. mas FUJI
tBONKB), stationed at Lowry
Field, from Oakland, Calif.
Entertaining cubh ewdo ,
CHI KAWaKAMI and L1KON
IKED a, bowlers from ban
Franoisoo, were tummy hamaI
ands'HH. and MBB. ED KAWAKA-
tal, formerly of bacramento.
KAZ, Y08H1, and KHNNY
YaMAGA also showed Minnea-
polis bowlers bob shikizu
and friends a grand time...
that is. bowling of course.
KKNNY is a former student
of Minnesota University..
Bpecial plaudits to...0PL*
"KTi'A" kitaJIma, pictured
above, who so generously
donated blood to the Bed
cross last week tnrough the
efforts of the Denver JaCL.
been at the bky chef
with special guests aNma-
B'hiT.l >; DYED a from Brisco,
oops! i mean ban Erancisco,
and JANET BABAfcLABA Of LOS
Angeles, were MAd/ll kaTaGlki
TOM BHIBaC, iviABLL and COOn
BAKaOUCHI, YABliKO TaBHIBO,
btoog TaBHibo, and dcdie
MaDCKOBO.
congrats to newlyweds
MAY UNOUYJ5) and BILL KUBU-
Kl; MaEIBUUaNO) and SAk FU-
LAK-ObtLL.
Visiting cousins BILL
and ghil chikuma was a for-
mer Brightonite jaNET baBA-
JdAltA. bhe took in some
floor shows and the BKX
GHEE with the UUUN BalaUU-
chlb.
BALLY F UBUBH1BC, F UM1
UYEiViDKA, and KOBA MaYEDA
deserve a lot of credit for
working so hard and running
the women's JACL bowling
tourney so smoothly! Giv-
ing moral support were
GitACE NOGUCHI, better half
of Bowling Director JPHI'I
NOGUCHI, and KOBE MIZUKaMI.
Visitors from .Albuquer-
que, N.M. at the JACL Bowl-
ing Dance were: Tazie and
BED YOMEMOTU and 2NU LT.
BOB OKAkOTO of the Air
Force who formerly attended
Wyoming Univ. He was the
first v.p. of the NIOC back
in 1949.
Visitors from Albuquer-
que, N.M. at the jaCL Bowl-
ing Dance were: TAZIE and
TED YONEkOTO and 2iiD LT.
BOB OKAulOTO of the Air
Force who foimerly attended
Wyoming Univ. He was the
first v.p. of the NIOC back
in 1949. -
baD KUBOTA of CD and
cute li'l LOUlbE NaGaTa of
Hu Chi Delta were oroVmed
King and i^ueen of Hearts at
the NIOC Valentine Dance.
Those plutocrats!!! MAY
and GEUBGE MaTSUMONJI, TOM
YOBHiKayi/a, and GEOBGE MABU-
NAGA recently spent a week
at bun Valley.
DK, and kBb. JOHN CH1KU-
MA are now proud home own-
ers at 220 bo. Ninth bt,
Brighton. They are also
expecting their first son
and heir come June.
"bhibai Kai Koen" are
stage players such as TOk
bhlBAO, OOOiM BaEaGUGHJ., bAk
TOCBIHABa, WEB KOYaNO NOB
TAbHlBO, and GEOBGE naKaTa.
Director JOHNNY matbuno sez
they are quite faithful and
can really act!
* ivilOHl and BH1G TEBAJ1
welcomed sister DOKOTHi MU-
KAl and her cute gal friend
LILY lvJATbUMOKX. They are
bowlers from bait Lake. 0-
thers entertained were:
BaRBaBa OKUDA, BYiviE TOBaBI,
and gHaOe IMa. They are
ski enthusiasts...so they
sez.
Prisooan's TAD BAKO and
GEOBGe INAI {former Utahan
and Denverite respectively)
were looking all over for
the bowler who never came
to bowl or root for emi
Did you find something more
interesting, annaBELLEV as
JoaBUnaGA sez, "This is the
place and cod's country,
klbb UYEDa. **
mmimiwm-
ACCOmm INSURANCE
GEORGE ffITSUO KANHCO
1232 20th St. ALpine 3500
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DDS
1*0 N. Main Brighton 560
JACL GIVES lb* PINT OF BIOS]
Denver JaCL, represented
by Cpl. Ben Kitaj turn, of
Lowry Air Base, contributed
the 16th pint of blood for
the current blood donor
drive, on Monday, March 3,
1952 at Denver General Hos-
pital*
Pictured above are from
the top down: George Masu-
naga, previous, blood donor,
Tsuyako Takata, chairman.of
the Denver JACL Blood Donor
Drive, Shizuko iosnimura,
chairman of the Denver JACL
Bed cross Fund Drive, and
Boy H. Mayda, president of
the Denver JACL.
ADC BENEFIT SUCCESS
Sam Matsumoto, financial
chairman for the Denver
JACL, announced that the
Denver chapter JACL ADC
benefit held on Saturday
night, Feb. 23, 1952 at the
Adame City Jr. Hi gym was
well attended by approxi-
mately 200 people end that
several hundred dollars was
raised for the Hat*l JACL-
ADC program. Exact figures
will be released by Treas.
Bobt. M. Horiuchi when com-
piled and audited.
MOTHER'S CLUB FOOD BA2AM
The Denver Nisei Mother's
Club voted to sponsor a com-
munity wide Oriental Food
Bazaar, as a benefit for the
Nat'l 'JACL-ADC, sometime
during May. 1952. All net
proceeds will be donated to
the JACL-ADC to carry on
the national program to ad-
1 vance the interests and wel-
fare of all persons of Ja-
panese ancestry in the Uni-
ted States. Mitohie Tera-
saki and Jean Fujimoto were
named co-chairmen .of this
event.
P. E. HATANO, DDS
2103 Larimer St.
HELTON HAYANO, DDS
2103 Iarimer St.
MAin 91*00
MAin 91*00
ITO DENTAL GROUP
830 18th St. Keystone 8680
T. HO, DDS
T. ITO, DDS
S. ITO, DDS
TONY KAIFANO, DDS
14*01* S. 18th Ave. KEystone 3081*
ROBERT MAYEDA, DDS
301 Interstate Trust TAbor 6961
TAKASHI MAYEDA, DDS
301 Interstate Trust TAbor 6961
K. K. MIYAMOTO, DDS
1952 Iarimer St. TAbor 1*30?
QENTA NAKAMURA, DDS
200 Interstate Trust TAbor 7598
INSURANCE.
SAM Y. MATSUMOTO
Henderson, Colo. Hazeltine 77L.R
JINZO NODA
3211 Clayton St. FRemorrt 1065
LAWYERS
TOSHIO ANDO
1912 Iarimer St.
ACom§ 5315
i-INORU YASUI
1917 Lawrence St. Alpine 7227
OPTOMETRISTS
GEORGE KUBO, OD
191*2 Larimer St.
AComa 5319

BEN liATOBA, OD
1927 Larimer St. Keystone 191*1
PHYSICIANS
Surgeons
CHARLES FUJISAKI, MD
1*0 N. Main Brighton 4*18
T. K. KOBAYASHI, MD
1227 27th St. KE^stone 1*590
ISAMU 0ZAM0T0, MD
301 Interstate Trust TAbor 1596
HOWARD SUENAGA, MD
830 18th St.
GEORGE TAKENO, MD'
830 18th, St,
MAHITO UBA, DO
1230 21st St.
AComa 1314*
TAbor 0783
MAin 371*3


P&k-a-beef
Among the many who came
to the recent National Bowl-
ing Tourney events to renew
acquaintances were IvilCHI &
TAK TERaBAKf, MiUiY Sc DOC
SUENAGa, BESSIE Sc GEORGE
SHIY'OMURA, TERRY Sc KODY K0-
DAMA, MAS Sc YOSH WAKAYAMA,
BERNICE Sc GEORGE 0H&3HI, LI-
LY & HARRY ARIK1 and TAS
AOCHI.
Seen placing beans on their i,
bingo cards at the Denver JAOLj
sponsored Bingo Party at Adams;
City recently are loyal JACL*ers
the William Xretkes, left, and ;
Mary. Sakata kibitzing behind Jim'
Imatani.________ '
familiar faces back on
the scene for the tourney
were GEORGE INAL, HUMP &
MINNIE TSUJI, TOSHI Sc STEVE
TAKEUCHI, LILY Sc SAM KAWA-
as any of 'em.
SANDY Sc SHUN NAKAYAMA
are happily planning the
soon to be occupied nursery
in their newly aoquired
home*
KEN EviAMURA reversing
the actbowling em over at'
Eliteh's Lanes, was caught
glancing over the crop of
lovely femmes bowling.
That popular bachelor
threesome WALT MORIYA, JACK
KANEGAYE Sc RUMS ARAI split-
ing up, WALT is squiring
lovely MIDGE KATAYAlviA, love
ly visitor from Washington
and RUPE with RUBY HAYASHI,
while elusive JACK KANEGAYE
is keeping all the girls
happy.
On second and fourth
Saturdays the CSMC is at-
tracting youngtuns all the
way from Kersey and Ft. Lup-
ton to their square danoe
sessions in the FELLOWSHIP
Hall. ALLAN IWATA, JAMES
Sc RAY MIKAWa, BRIGHT & PAUL
HQSHIKO, BETTY KANEGAYE ,
DOROTHY HAYANO, EVELYN SU35-
HIRO, ALICE, CARL Sc TOM: A-
MANO, GRACE IDA, ALICE &
HELYN MIKAWA, SETS KOYANO,
and SACHI KITSUTAKA are few
of the folks learning t o
dosey doe.
NISHI.
Plaudits to GEORGE FURU-
TA and MARTHA TANDA for the
excellent emceeing at the
dinner and sayonara -ball
for the bowlers Sunday nite.
Didn't MARTHA look lovely?
TERRY KODAMA, by the way,
whipped up that eyecatching
creation herself!
The SETS ITOS, YOSH NAKAr
YAMAS and HARRY ARIKIS were
hosts to the visiting UTAH
team during the basketball
tournament.
FUSIE & ELLIS PECK are
on a month long jaunt to
beautiful Hawaii.
HELEN & GEORGE GOTO were
oapafclf proving ole married
folks pan still jit as good
Denverites were pitiful-
ly absent from the ADC Bin-
go Benefit at Adams City.
Brightonians supported en
masse with their whole fa-
milies and hakujin friends.
Notioed the HARRY IIDA' s
Paying close attention to their
bingo cards are the Harry lidas,
left, while Tagus llurata, right,
sits out one session. Scene is
the JACL sponsored ADC Bingo Bene-
fit held in Adams City recently.
ali the way from Littleton
with their children. The
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SEVEN SEAS
CU/S/MBBY HOUSE OF MANCH
I23e 20it STT
Ft. Lupton bunch was much
in evidence also.
ELITE FLORISTCAGERS
DOROTHY FUJI & MITZIE.
NOGUCHI, long absent from
social doings were a* sight
for sore eyes at the bowl-
ers Award Danos.
SAM ISHIKAWA, the roving
bachelor JACL worker was a
recent visitor in town and
was seen brunching at the
Albany with the SHIG TERA-
JI'S, ROY TAKENO, SAM MATSU-
MOTO, MIN YA3UI Sc HARU TA-
NAKA.
The HANK KBIURAS, for-
merly of Denver, now have a
baby boy, then the SAM OZA-
MOTOS have added a charming
new'tax exemption in the
form of CAROLYN MUTSUKO.
Reports are that TED
CHIBA'S mother steals the
shoip in Japanese War Bride.
She's in her 80*s, and is
the-sweetest 111 ole thing.
MIN VASUI
RE-ELECTED TO
URBAN LEAGUE POST
At the annual meeting of
the Urban League of Denver,
new officers and directors
were elected, including Min
Yasui who was re-elected as
secretary of the Board*
A matoba
service bureau
AT, MA
This is the high-flying, sharp-
shooting Elite Florist basketball
team that has been providing
thrills' and excitement for local
cage fans. The classy Nisei five
boasts an improssive record
against taller hakujin opponents*
The boys pictured here are,
back row, left to right, Johnny
Nakamura, Paul Fukuma, Pete Tsu-
tsui and Tak Tsutsui. Front row,
left to rirht, Joe Ariki, Robert
Inai, Tootsie Tsutsui and Stanley
Nishiraoto. Players who were not
present when photo was taken are
Johnny Kizoue and Roy Uyenishi*
*TEXACO*
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THE DENVER JACL BULLETIN,
The Benver Chapter JACL,
1917 Iawrence Street,
Denver 2, Colorado*
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