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/OLUT'TE VIII NUMBER V
DENVER, COLORADO
MAY 1953
JflCL Benefit Nets Mothers'Club foists MIN Yft Sill TO SPEAK AT
C HRPTE.R (91 ea 3Z80 Fkw\ Luhcheons MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
finance Chairman, John
Sakayama announced that the
benefit "Run rite" sponsored
by the Kile-Hi JACL Chapter
at the D-X auditorium on
Saturday, May 9, netted the
chapter $197.03.
Bernice Ohashi, presi-
dent of the Denver Nisei
Mothers1, Club announced
that approximately £280 has
been raised from the series
of benefit luncheons spon-
sored by the club.
Proceeds from the benefit
will be turned .over to the
National headquarter3 to be
ised to defray various re-
gional and nation'! office
expense.
The large crcv/d which,
attended this firet coci 1-'
gather: n~ to b.e sponsored
by the chapter this year,
enjoyed an evening fun
Mothers Club members
j donated and prepared the
luncheons v/hich were held.
£ at the home of Kitchie
: Terasaki, Ilene Ito, Mi chi
<; Ando, and Bernice Ohashi.
All net proceeds are
J being donated to the Los
g|Angeles Shonien, home for
i dependent Nihon jin children.
Among those who assisted
at the benefit were Scan
Katsu-oto, Hootch Ckunura,
Marry Hashimoto, Tak Tera-
se.1 *1 Did: Yana.se Shig
Tersji, John Noguchi, Frank
3eh-ra, Mi chi Teraji, Grace
Noguchi, June Okizaki, Ruby
Sakayama, Sue Akiyama, Sue
Maruyamc., True Yasui, Chiye
JToriuchi, Kasako Furuta,
Bess ohiyomura, and Chiyo
Yamato.
Raffle prises were won
by Mrs, 3am Kumagai .ho
received a waffle iron and
Nr3. Ben Furuta was pre-
sented with a pressure
cocker
Prank Sehara and V, Fu-
ckigarni von doer prizes.
Door prize winners were
Mrs. Tudy Okimoto a TV
snack set; Mr. Goodman, a
lazy suzan, and Betty Kane-
gaye^^y-received a coffee
warmer
Bridge. Tournaheht
To6e Held June.
Tournament director, 3am
Katsumoto, announced that
a bridge tournament for
mixed pairs would be held
on June 96, at the T.H,
Kobayashi residence , 455
Forest.
There will be appropriate
trophies and awards for
winners and interested Nisei
are urged to participate.
|e member
Those u)ho died
for aS
BTTEND THE
r memorial dry
SERVJ\C£
/ iu
Tri State CViurcV)
Sfttu&Dny ,vwiv 30,1953
W-30 a-m.
SPONSOR* B\;TOx J(\CL a* CftTHCW POST
Sam Y. Matsumoto, ap-
pointed by chapter pres*
John Noguchi to head the
annual Memorial Day obser-
vances, announced that Min
Yasui, one of Denver's out-
standing Nisei and "Nisei
of the Biennium," will give
the address at the cere-
monies v/hich will be held
at the Tri State Buddhist
Church, 1947 Lawrence, cn
Saturday, May 30, at 11:30
a.m.
The Memorial Day Service,
cc-sponsored annually by
the local JACL Chapter and
the Cathay American Legion
Post, will honor Japanese
American heroes of World
War II and the present Mor-
CKujiro fiocWi Dies
in Los firvjeles
Mr. unujiro Aochi, who
resided ir. Denver during
the evacuation and who moved
to Los Angeles last Novem-
ber, passed away at his
home at 3-48 Edgehill Drive,
in Los Angeles cn May 19.
He is survived by his
v;ife; sons, Tor. and Yas;
and daughters, Mrs. UrJseo
Morey of Detroit and June.
Tennis Enthusiasts Forth
Nisei Racket Club"
Rosie Nasunaga Mary
Funakcshi, and May Kumagxi,
who are responsible for
the formation of the Nisei
"Racket Club", urge tennis
enthusiasts to gartic ipate
in the activities of the
club.
The club meets at City
Park Courts every Sunday
morning at 8:50. They are
also plamirrg sever* 1 eve-
ning outings during the
week.
At the initial meeting
of the club, held on V/ed.,
Kay '*0, at the home of Rcsic
Masunaga, 3353 Jackson 3t,
the group selected akio
Sameshino as president.
Among those in attendance
at the meeting were Mutsu
Takata, Sally Kuge, Mr. and
Mrs. Art Yoshimura, Mr. and
Mrs. Walt Fuchigar.i, Akio
.Sameshima, Mas Nonaka, Haru
Tanaka, and Hank Ichikawa.
ean conflict who gave their
lives in the service of
their country.
Chapter vice prc-:., Harry
Sakata, will offici' te at
the ceremonies arx' the
Japanese address wf! be
given by Dr. M. Miyamoto.
Nancy Sogi, accor-p- nied by
Gets Idea, will render
vocal selections. Members
of the Cathay Pest will
form the color ruard.
John Noguchi parade
chairman for the Cathay
Pest, urres all veterans
and mvrhers to take part in
the ci^y-vido parade v/hich
will take place before the
service at t*~e church.
Rost Trmabe. Herds
Brighton NWC
Mrs. Rose Tanabe was
elected president of the
Brighton Nisei Womens Club
for the 19535t| term.
Other officers who will
serve with her are Kimi
Kato, vice pres.; Rose Ta2-
awa, secy.; Daisy Miura,
treas.; Miyeko Mayeda, pro-
gram chairman; Mildred
Tochihara, publicity chair-
man; Florence Nakata, sun-
shine chairman; Dolly Sato
and May Funakoshio, refresh-
ment chairman; and Mabel
Sakaguchi and Alice Tashiro,
social chairman.
YftHftst and Matsumoto
Who Bridge Meet
Two previous winners
Ethel Yanase and Sen Matsu-
moto teamed tc win the semi-
monthly duplicate bridge
meet held Friday, May 15,
at the t.k, Kobayashi resi-
dence.
Second place winners
v/e^e Haruko Kobayashi and
Sue Akiyama Haru Tanaka
teamed with Tosh Ando to
place third.
The next sessions for
Kay 29 and June 12 will be
held at the Tosh Ando resi-
dence, 3353 Josephine.


PAGE 2
THE MIIE-HI JAC1 BtT IETIN
MAY 1953
LET*S' TAHC ABOUT THE WEATHER
Whenever there1'a nothing else to talk about* there is
always the subject of the weather* Although this nice
v/eath.er was a little late in getting here, it finally
made its most welcome appearance and with the advent of
this incomparable Colorado weather and the opening of the
fishing season, were all getting ready for those week
end outings to the mountains and to the lakes to try our
luck with the fishing pole. By the way, dont forget to
sign up for the 1953 trout derby and get in on your Bh-.re
of the wonderful prizes, which includes trophies, spinning
reels, fly rod, lures, lines, etc. The entry fee is just
v3.00 Mail your applications to John Okizaki, 900
South Hazel Court.
Some of us are going to pack our grip and take a little
trip for that much needed vacation. While we are on the
subject of vacations, the Bulletin is also planning to
take a short vacation, so there will be no issue for 'the
months of June, July, and August, out well be back with
you again in Sept. We are discontinuing the Bulletin
during the summer months because as of the March issue,
the cost of printing the paper has doubled, and as the
budget had been made out for the year at the lower rate
of printing, we either have to raise more money or dis-
continue it for several months.
Of course, it is up to you, the members, to decide
what you want us to do, so let us know what you think on
this matter.
Even though the "Bulletin takes .a vacation during the
summer,. that wont mean that the chapter is going to be
idle. Plans are being formulated for the annual com-
munity-wide picnic to be held sometime this stunner, no-
tices will be se :t to every member as soon as a definite
date and place have been set.
We hope you'll remember us during the summer while you
are on your vacation by taking a snapshot that we might
use for the Bulletin", as we are still very badly in
need of pictures, as you can readily see from this issue.
Well, whatever you do and wherever you go, have fun.ll
(j£ Pray Sy-
John Noguchi
,
I want to thank the mem-
bership for the wonderful
support you gave our recent
benefit bingo. Special
thanks go to those who at-,
tended, and to the follow-
ing hardworkers, who helped
to make it.a success, SALLY
FURUSHIRO, SUE AKIYAMA, SAM
MAToUMOTO, HOOCH OKUMUnA,
JOHN and RUBY SAKAYAtuA, MI-
CHI and SHIG TERAJI.
'SAM ivIAfoUMO'i'O is lining
up the program for the an-
nual Memorial Day Program,
which is sponsored jointly
with Cathay Post. It will
be held at the Buddhist.
Church at 11:30 a.m. on Mem-
orial Day. This annual pa-
triotic program sponsored
jointly by the Cathay Post
and JACL has become an im-
portant part of the fami-
lies who have lost their
loved ones, so I hope many
of you will join these be-
reaved families in this
special program to honor
the war dead. This program
has been streamlined to give
everyone an opportunity tc
se^; the parade and yet end
early enough so families
can enjoy a full days out-
ing after it.
Ili pleased to say that
the chapter is receiving
many volunteer donations to
the Ifetional Endowment Fund.
Recipients of evacuation
claims are donating 10% of
their amount claimed to
this fund. But more of this
later. Were still the big-
gest chapterVir* the U.S.t,
boasting a membership of
582. It is-still my.fond
hope that'^re reach 600.
RUBY DRUG
Courteous OnA co*npetent
free
IftthonAClAWSOM AC 826Z
Nisei Bowung League
Elects Officers
About 100 members of the
local Nisei Bowling League
celebrated the close of
their fiscal season with a
dinner presentation of
awards, and election at the
Cathay Post Dining Room on
May 6th. Outgoing prexy,
Shig Teraji, was presented
with a desk pen set by John
Noguchi on behalf of the
league. Newly elected of-
ficers for the *53 season
are President, 33m Hanamura,
Vice President, Johnny Oki-
zaki, and re-elected to the
Sec'y-Treas. post Iwao
Nishikawa.
The ladies also held
their election that night.
: Sally Ftirushiro is the new
president; Kinuko Hiraoka,
vice president; Mary Urancy
secretary; Unis Kawakami,
treasurer; and Esther Tan-
ouye, reporter.
Serving as mistress of
ceremonies for thev evening
was past president, Fumi
CJyemura.
Cornelian* Elect
ftmq Miura.pres.
Cornelian members met at
the home of Mrs. George
Miura recently to elect
their officers for the new
term.
Elected to offices were
Amy Miura, president; Sue
Akiyama, vice president ;
Hana Takamire^ corresponding
secretary; Michi Teraji,
recording secretary; and
Haruko Tamura, treasurer.
Rupe arai heads
Cathay post legion
Rupert Aral was named-
Commander of the Cathay
.American Legion Post in the
annual election held re-
cently*
Other cabinet members
who will be installed on
June 8 are Prank Kamibay-
ashi, Sr. Vice Commander;
Tom Hamai, Jr... Vice Com-
Bill MOSOKAWA
A real estate agent I
know called up the other
day, "I have an awfully
nice house in Park. Hill,"
he said, and Id like to
sell it to some good Japan-
ese American family.
"I was wondering if you
knew anyone vhod been try-
ing to get- into that dis-
trict. The house is about
five years old, has two
bedrooms and I think its
a darned nice buy,"
Ve -Nisei arent accus-
tomed to hearing things
like that, even in this en-
lightened age. I smelled
something v/rong and .asked
him. point blank v'hat the
catch happened tc be.
"Veil," he said "I
wanted to tell you about
* that. A Negro family has
built a new home right next
door. Theyre mighty nice
folks, but you know how
some people are about Ne-
groes. 3o this family wants
to sell.
"Ive talked to t-'e own-
ers, and Ive talked to
some of the neighbors. They
dont have any objection to
a Japanese or Chinese fami-
ly buying in."
So* The only reason he
called me about the house
was that he couldn't get
Caucasians interested in it.
And so there was oppor-
tunity" for a Nisei family
co buy into an allegedly
desirable area.
Should I have been ela-
ted? Should I have been
insulted? Darned if I know.
What do 2fou think.
mander; Ed TTiyagishima, Ad-
jutant; George Suyehirc,
Finance Officer; Yosh Iwa-
hashi, Sergeant-atArms;Tom
Coolidge, Chaplain; and Al
Kiyagishira, Historian.
Published monthly by the
Denver chapter of the Japanese
American Citizens League, 1225
Twentieth St., Denver 2,,Colo.
Telephone Al. 7227.
Editors Jenny Kitagawa
Bub. Mgr. i Robert Horiuehi
Staffs Sets Iojca, Nancy Sogi,
Haru Tanaka, Michi Teraji, Rosa
Mayeda, Bill Hosokava, Pat Hu,
George Nasunaga, May Kitagawa,
Betty Kanegaye, Ben Miyahara.


KAY 1?53
TH3 MIL2-HI JACL BUTJ^IIT
l-'iiGriL 3
NSWC0M13RS TO DENY HR
A baby boy, DAVID, ar-
rived at the home of MR.
and MRS. LARRY GOTO.
MR. and MRS ALFRED MIYA-
GISHIMA Of 310? Stout St.
are also the proud parents
of a baby boy.
Viral re IN TIE ARMY NOW
ER TAKASHI MAYEDA, prom-
inent Nisei dentist of Den-
ver, has arrived in Germany
and has been assigned to
the Dental Corps. His wife,
ROSA, will join him as soon
as clearance of military
personnel's dependent re-
port is approved.
Two other local dentists
also got their army call.
DR. Y0SHI0 ITO was sworn in
recently as a Major.
DOCTOR.JOHN CHIKUMA of
Brighton, reported for in-
duction at Port Sill, OkLa. ,
on May l;. He is also com-
missioned. as an officer in
the U.S. Dental Corps,
ENGAGEMENTS
DR. E. HAYANO announced
the engagement of his daugh-
ter DOROTHY, to WILLIAM
NAKAOKA, son of MRS. TOKIWA
NAKAOKA. DOROTHY is a nurse
at Children's Hospital and
BILL is co-owner of Howards
Drug.
Another bride to be is
AMY OKUGAWA, daughter of
MR. and MRS. JUKICHI OKU-
GAWA of La Junta, Colorado,
whose engagement was an-
nounced recently to PETER
DOI, son of MRS. Y. DOI of
Denver. AMY is a recent
graduate of a nursing school
in La Junta, and PETER is
currently attending a chi-
ropractic college in Denver.
EDITH ENAKOTO, former
Denver resident, will be
married to DR. TOM WATANABE
on June 21, at Atherton,
California.
ANNABELLE UYEDA, sister
of FLORENCE UYEDA of Denvsj
has set June 20, as the day
will walk down the aisle
with Powell Lee of Calif.
SKIING MISHAP
HAROLD HORHJCHI, a mem-
ber of the Colorado Ski
Patrol, fractured his ankle
skiing recently. It goes
to show it can happen to
the best of us.
NEW ADDITION
REV. and MRS, N. TSUNODA
have a new addition to
their family. An adopted
daughter SKIYEKO, who oame
from Hiroshima, Japan, is
the new member of the fam-
ily. She is currently at-
tending Opportunity School
to learn English.
QUEEN FOR A DAY
DIANE MATSUDA, daught er
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Matsuda,
reigned as Color Day Queen
at Manual High on May 8.
Diane is also Head Girl of
Manual for the 1952 fall
term.
Another queen for a day
was GAIL HANAMURA, age 12,
daughter of MR. and MRS.
JAMES HANAMURA, who was
selected as the "Queen of
Baseball" at Lake Junior
High School recently.
HEAD GIRL
JEANNETTE K0SHI0, daugh-
ter of MR. and MRS. FLOYD
KOSHIO of Fort Lupton, was
elected Head Girl of the
Fort Lupton High School
student body for the 53-51j.
term.
TO STUDY IN JAPAN
WALLY M. IRITANI-, son of
FRANK S. IRITANI of Denver,
has been named one of 20
American students to receive
Fullbright Scholarships for
stiudy in Japan next fall.
He graduated from the
University of Minnesota in
1951, specializing in horti-
culture, and has done gradu-
ate at the University
NEW ADDRESS
MR. and MRS. DICK YANASE
and family have moved to
their new home at 81*9 Qui-
ento Court.
The mailman now delivers
the mail for WILLIE MIKUNI
at his new address, 820
Julian Street.
COMPETE IN BRIDGE TOURNEY
KEN YaBE and SAN KATSU-
S.OTO placed fourth in the
bridge tournament held in
Fort Collins on May 15,
More than fifty persons com-
peted in the event.
Joan M(usuda Become s
Bride of Srm lSaoew
Miss Joan j-Tatsuda,daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Nats\)da, became the bride
of Sam ramai, at a beauti-
ful candle-light cerercn3r
at t'^e 3t. Barnabas Epis-
copal Church*
The bride's attendants
"ore ri3s Pearl I'uwabara as
maid of honor, Diane and
El ere, sicters ofthebr^'de,
as bridesmaids*
Roy hagai was his broth-
ers beet man. Ushers were
Richard Shindo, Jack Fim.ura,
and, the grooms younger
hr d-her. George.
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The. t
A'UI nixing
tossing
That a whiner ding affair
little FAIRICE FUJISAKI'S
4th birthday celebration
turned out to be. The oc-
casion was observed with a
lovely garden party on May
;>th at the FUJISaKI resi-
dence in Brighton. Feasting
and having gobs of fun were
ILSSES LA1VI SUENAGA, ALENE
and MELAKIL TERASAKI, SUSAN
and aLISO:: ANDO, SUSAN OHA-
SHI, CAROLYN CHIKUKA, KATH-
LEEN and MAUREEN MURPHY,
LU AN? SHERFFIERS, CYNTHI-
ANN AMOS, DIANE .VERTH, AND
KAIHIE HOSEY..MASTERS TIMMY
and D.-.N:Y MURPHY JOHNNIE
and TOMMY BYRNE, RICHARD
verth, keeny vienot, dean
ROGERS, STEPHEN ANDO, CARY
TERAJI, HO,VIE and -DICKIE
SUENAGA were the young gen-
tlemen who received bids.
Accompanying their small
fry were MESDAME-S MARY SU-
ENAGA, MITCKIE TERASAKI,
MI CHI ANDO, EMI CHIKUMA,
BETTY MURPHY and MICHI TER-
AJI'. Assistant hostess was
rats, ROSE FUJISAKI..
Another young lady who
recently celebrated with a
lovely party was MISS SUSAN
OJIASKI, who observed her
6th birthday on Kay 3rd
v/ith a gathering of the
hopscotch set among whoA
v/ere MISSES ILEHE YANASE,
SANDRA UNO j IRIS YASUI,
KAR7JIT TONEY, PATTI SAUND-
ERS, LINDA, PATTI and SUSIE
ITO, JUDY SAITO, PATRICE
^ FUJISANI, LINDA KIYOTAKE,
QTfo\>r O'JoiU. and ALISON ANDO,
/vTuj^Rj and MELANIE TERASAKI
and LAJTI SUENAGA} MASTERS
SATURN and RONNIE SUZUKI.
The" s etting was ffillbwed
thru theme. with ; a circus clown
He finally went and dood
it----YOSH NAKAYAKA closed
shop and is now employed by
Uncle San at the Rocky Uhl.
Arsenal as an instrument
repairran.
versatile T.r~B
the drinks and
verbal quips over
the Cathay Post bar -- what
next?
A May br i de-elec t, JOAN
KATCUDA, was the honored
guest at c. miscellaneous
shower hostessed by ANN
OKUTO and PE ART. NTFyARARA on
Kay 10th. Among the chorus
of Surprise,' surprise w
y/pt'9 J'lT.SC'iS DIANE LAT3UDA,
ETjy'v MAT7.TDA,CLARA 3H3NDO,
SUSAN INAI, LOUISE NAGATA,
lOKO NONAKA, FUZZY YASUDA,
UNIS KAWATAMI, aid KSSDAKSS
I'lT RT J-LlTSUDA, CHIZ KOMI,
NAS NANAYAMA, TERRY KODAMA,
I-1R3. NAG .I, KIKUICO HIRAOKA,
AIKO SUZUKI, and TOSHI OYA,
JOAN became the bride of
SAV nagaI on May 24th.
T. K. "DOC" KOBAYASHI
donned his chef's regalia
and proved his skill in
culinary art on ftie occasion
of the fish fry held on May
'14th at Washington Park
participants were Dr. and
MRS. KOBAYASHI, DR. and MRS.
CHA3. FUJISAKI,MR, and MRS.
TOSH ANDO-, MIN YASUI and
SAM MAToUMOTOi-cuiaine c cor-
tesy of the catch made at
Gunnison last September*
In the "Welcome Home
Travelers" column, we greet
MR. and MRS. H. MADOKORO,
Dodie's parents, who have
but recently returned from
an extended 6 months visit
'in Japan.
Speaking of travelers t
former Denverite, LT. YUKI
YOKOE breezed thru Denver
recently enroot* back to
his Camp Stoneman, Calif,
base, sporting not only a
lovely new bride, but a.
brand new Packard. Mrs.
JULIETTE YOKOE hails from
Sacramento where she is a
practicing R.K.
Our apologies and cor-
rection on last months
column item.... Hostess for
the baby shower for LILY
ARIKI was Mrs. NOBI TSUKIJI
not NORI TSUTSUI. LIL and
HARRY AR-LKI became the
proud parents of another
son, WESLEY on May 12th,
weighing 7 lbs. oz. and
2l£" long, at Rose Memorial
Hospital, Mother and son
doing fine,'
Happy to hear Eileen Ito
is on the mend from her
little accident incurred
during preparations for the
Mother*s Club luncheon held
at her home on April 18th,
which, incidentally, was a
grand success.
Among the ladies who
were given a treat away
from home on Mother's Day
were MARY NAKAMURA and
HELEN MARUYAMA,. .hosts, of
course, were Dr. G. NAKA-
MURA and BOB MARUYAMA.
Among the Colorado ser-
vicemen who returned from
Korea and the Far East re-
cently was SGT. KEKSO KAGI-
YAMA of Henderson.
DR. and MRS. T.K. KOBAY-
ASHI and their two sons
left by place on May 27th
for New York, where DR.
KOBAYASHI will attend the
American Medical Association,
Return postage guaranteed
THE DENVER JACL BUUETIN
Denver Chapter JACL
1917 Iawrence Street
Denver 2, Colorado
lhe Brighton Bridge Group
tutored by SAM KAT3U1.0TQ,
held a tournament as a test
over what they had learned.
Winners of the event were
MR. and MRS. HARRY SAKATA.
Other members of the
group who participated in
the tournament were KR. and
MRS. JAMES IMATANI, 13. and
MRS. ROY MAYEDA, 13. and
MRS. JOHN CHIKUMA, and 13.
and 13". DON TANABE.
MR. and MRS. BEA UYEDA
of San Francisco, who lived
in Denver during the evacu-
ation period, were honored
at a buffet supper at the
T. K. KOBAYASHI residence
with KANA YORIMOTO acting
as co-hostess. More than
fifty friends attended the
party.
Four members of the
Cathay Post Auxiliary par-
ticipated in the Bond a
Month program at Gano Dorns
recently. They were Kes-
dames DICK MOKII, FRANK
KAN.IBAYASHI, ROSE 3ASC 1 -,
and JOHN NOGUCHI.
A cooking demonstration
featuring Mexican dishes,
enchiladas, tacos, and tos-
tadbs, was presented at the
meeting of the Denver Nisei
Mothers' Club held at. the
home of Bernice Chashl on
Thursday, May 2R.
Sec. 3U.66, p< L. & R.
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