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VC7.LV.rt VIII NUiuBLK VI
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?4 [S5EI CI1I20IS HONOKED
AT CIIIZENSHIP DAY
JACl CRBINtT HOLDS
FIRST FAIL MEETING
DISTRICT COHVE.NHON SET
FOR NOVEMBER
Cabinet members met at
the home of Corresponding
Secretary, True Yasui, 1150
South Williams, on Thursday,
September iu, for the first
meeting of the fall season.
Also present at the meet-
ing were Min Yasui, region-
al representative of the
Mountain Plains area and
George Masunaga, district
chairman of the Mountain
Plains District Council,
who discussed with the group
the objectives of the Mt.
Plains organization.
The cabinet -voted to
sponsor the Mountain Plains
Regional JACL convention,
to be-held the latter part
of November, because it was
felt that unless periodic
gatherings are held, out-
,lying groups tend to lose
contact with each other and
tend to lose enthusiasm for
the JACL movement. A con-
vention was therefor deemed
helpful to re-establish
5 personal contacts among
chapters. The last region-
al convention was held in
Denver, April iy51.
A bowling tournament will
also be held in conjunction
with the convention.
Delegates are expected
to attend from Montana, Wy-
oming, Fort Lupton, San
Luis Valley, Arkansas Valley,
New Mexico, and Omaha.
T.tWo fw*t> 6 Mwftfltwi Uln*
Tosh Ando and Ben Miya-
hara teamed to win last
week's duplicate bridge
tournament, held at the T.
Kobayashi's residence. Haru
Tanaka' and Sam Matsumoto
placed second.
The next session will be
held at the Min Yasui resi-
dence, 1150 South Williams,
on October 2, beginning at
8:00 p.m.
Sam Matsumoto, tourney
director, reminded bridge
fans that a fall tournament
will be held soon with ap-
propriate trophics and
prizes.
Reception To Be Held
For New Citizens
Dr. Geo. Takeno has been
appointed by President John
Noguchi to head the com-
mittee in charge of making
plans and preparations for
a reception honoring our
new Issei citizens.
The reception, which is
to be held Saturday, Oct.
24,' at -the Womens Club,
14(57 Glenarm PI., will be
a pot luok affair.
Mrs. Gladys Taniwaki is
in charge of the food com-
mittee. Assisting her are
Betty Kanegaye, Florence
Uyeda and Haru Tanaka.
An invitation has been
extended to Mayor Quigg
Newton to be present at the
reception and to greet the
new citizens.
0R-H.S LEUY TEACHES
JAPANESE AT DU
Dr. Howard s. Levy, 775
South Peterson Way, Instruc-
tor of Griental Languages
at the University of Denver
is offering an evening
course in both the written
and spoken aspects of the
Japanese language at the
University of Denver this
fail.
Dr. Levy, who joined the
local JACL chapter shortly
after his arrival in Denver
about a year ago, studied
Japanese at the Universities
of Michigan and California
before taking a trip to
Japan after the conclusion
of the war in the Pacific.
Numbering many Japanese-
American friends among his
acquaintances, he hopes
that those Nisei who may be
interested in learning more
about the language of their
parents will enroll in the
course.
The time is Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from 8:00
to 10:15 PM, while the fee
will be $55.00 for the
eleven week, five credit
course. Although registra-
tion took place on Sept.
2*f, interested persons may
still register.
George Fujimoto, chair-
man of the Mile Hi JACL
1)51 Citizenship Day com-
mittee, announced that ap-
proximately one hundred
Issei and Nisei attended
the Citizenship Day cere-
monies held Thursday, Sept.
17, at the City Auditorium.
Twenty-four Issei citi-
zens, composed of 23 women
and one man were among those
honored at the ceremonies
G£. DEEP FREEZE TO BE
&HJEN AT NEW YEARS DANCE
John Sakayama, Mile Hi
JACL finance chairman, has
announced that arrangements
have been made to give away
elaborate prizes at the Mew
Years festivities.
Grand prize will be a
£500 General Electric Deep
Freeze or £400 in cash*
Second prize will be a cash
award of £100.
As no available site
could be found fbrNew Yearfe
eve, it has been decided to
hold the New Years fes -
tivities on New Years day
instead of on New Years
eve, as in former years.
As yet, the site of the
New Years festivities has
not been decided upon.
ISSEI CITIZENS DONATE
*10 TO MILE HI CHAPTER
a check for £70 has been
presented to the Mile Hi
JACL chapter from the 23
ladies who were recently
naturalized by the US, Dis-
trict Court.
The women asked that the
amount go into the general
treasury of.the local chap-
ter in appreciation of the
interpreter services cn .jbne
22 and 23, for the ceremon-
ies on September 1, and the
Citizenship Day affair on
September 17,
The donations were col-
lected by two members of the
group, Mrs. Tatsuno Oka and
Mrs. Shin Iguchi*
and a reception back stage
after the program.
The new citizens are:
Sakeo Agatsuma, Mitori
Goto, Tomo Ida, Shin Iguchi,
Noye Kawakami, Kuni Kitsu-
taka, Shika Fujinami Hondo,
Matsu Koshi, Some Kosuge,
Hisa^o Kuroda, Yoshie Maeda,
Hatsuko Menda, Misayo Miz-
oue, Yoshl Mori, Kimi Nana-
yama, Tatsuuo Gka, Tsuyo
Saito, Yoshio Saita, Tsuki
Shinto, Sally Suyama, Toki
Takeucnl, Shika Tokunaga,
MiSao Uba, and Ichiyo lyero.
Local Issei and Jisei
dignitaries who occupied a
special box which displayed
the chapter banner were:
Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Ascy Rev.
and Mrs. N. Isunoda, Rev.
Y. Tamal, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kaihara, Mr. and Mrs. John
Noguchi, and George Fujimoto
Chapter members were on
hand to greet the new citi-
zens arid to assist them to
their correct seating place.
Copies of the Star Spangled
Banner, written in Japanese,
were prepared by H.G. Mato-
ba and donated to the chap-
ter for distribution to the
new citizens and other Issei
in attendance.
State Munonmi. Dedicated
Ajt. IWwuwwtv OF Colorado
Many Nisei friends and
former students attended
the impressive dedication
ceremonies of the new Uni-
versity Memorial Center in
Boulder on Saturday morning,
September 26.
The Memorial Center is
the State's official trib-
ute to those who served and
died in World War I and II.
Many Nisei names are in-
scribed on the memorial
plaques in the building.
The Denver JACL contrib-
uted a "Buffalo" share in
memory of Colorado Nisei
who died in the service.
Many Japanese families and
Nisei also contributed to
the building fund*


PAGE 2
THE MILS-HI JACL BiriBTIR
(|£ PmtySy-
John Noouch'i
On Sept. 17th, I attended
a ceremony which left a
great impression on me*
This day had been designated
by the United States Con-
gress as "Citizenship Day".
It commemorates the signing
of the constitution and
recognizes all who have at-
tained the status of citi-
zenship, either by coming
of age, or by naturaliza-
tion. This is the first
year that the Japanese have
become eligible for citi-
zenship and seeing the 2b
Issei receive their papers
that night makes me feel
that we are slowly but
surely winning our fight
for equal rights.
Our chapter is already
planning to honor these new
citizens in' the near future
under the chairmanship of
Dr. George Takeno. When
you are notified of the
time and place, lets all
honor them by attending the
pot luck party.
After several months of inactivity, we*re ready to get
Dack to work again.
At our first meeting of the fall season held recently
at the home of True Yasui, plans for the remainder of the
year were formulated.
The remaining months are going to be busy ones and 1he
help and co-operation of all members is needed for the
completion of a successful year.
It wap indeed gratifying to see so many of our members
present at the Citizenship Day ceremonies. A large part
of the credit for the unusually large attendance of our
Issei and Nisei group was due to the efforts of Jean Fuji-
moto who spent a great deal of time and eirort m calling
chapter members and urging them to attend. Twenty-four
perrons of Japanese ancestry, who had hors-to-for been
denied the opportunity to participate in the government
of our country, were among the 400 who were nonored and
welcomed as new American citizens, a dream of three
decades was now a reality; with the passage of the
Mouarren Walter Act, persons of Japanese ancestry were
given the privilege of
are how reaping the fruits
Govo TaetRi Is Kew JACA.
QfFICE
Mrs. Larry Tajiri, form-
erly with the Pacific Citi*-"
zen staff at National JACL
headquarters in Salt Lake
City temporarily joined the
Mountain Plains JACL office,
at 1225 20th Street.
She will assist in plan-
ning the forthcoming dis-
trict JACL convention for
the Mountain Plains region,
to be held in Denver during
the latter part, of November.
She will also serve as of-
fice secretary for the Mile-"
Hi chapter.
Ling American citizens. We
that victory. Oux parents
can now become naturalized
American citizens instead
of unwanted aliens.
On October 24, we want
to honor these new citizens
at a reception to be held
at the Womens Club, 1437
Glenarm PI. We are sure
that aXL of you will want to
be on hand to welcome and
greet these new citizens.
You will be there, wont
you?
In November, the chapter
will play host to the Mt.
Plains District Council.
A number of outstanding af-
fairs are' being planned at
that time. Members will be
called upon to assist in
making this a most success-
ful gathering. May we count
on you,
and protect the status and
welfare of all Japanese
Americans. Many contribu-
tions toward this fund have
been made from the Denver
area and I would like to
thank those people who have
made the contributions to-
ward the future welfare of
persons of Japanese ances-
try in this country.
NWAA NfttfE* A To Neu> Cabinet
NlbEI Of BtEYWVVJVt RUMD
REDUCED TO SINGLE CATEGORY
Dr. Randolph M. Sakada,
Chairman of the National
Recognitions Committee, an-
nounced that only a single
category of "distinguished
community leadership" will
be considered in choosing
the Nisei of the Biennium.
Through the efforts of
the JACL the passage of the
1953 supplemental appropri-
ation bill by congress for
over eight million dollars
have been made. A total of
over twenty five million
dollars will have been paid
to persons of Japanese an-
cestry. If you have not
received your claim awards
check, notify the JACL of-
fice at 1737 H Street, N.W.
Washington 6 D.C., and they
will ascertain the reason
for your failure to re-
ceive your award.
As you know, a National
JACL Endowment Fund has
been established to assure
RUBY DRUB
Courteous ond competent
frte WttK onA CWiKKSON AC 8262
Four members named re-
cently to head the Athletic
program of the Nisei Womsis
Athletic Assoc. for the
coming year were Naomi Fu-
kuda, Mako Iwahashi, Yoko
Iwahashi, and Michi Iwata.
About twenty five membos
attended the meeting held
recently at the Tri-State
Buddhist Church.
The NWAA is now affili-
ated with the Colorado Nisei
Basketball League
The nucleus committee,
composed of six Chicagc
members who are assisting
Dr. Sakada, reported that 5
finalists will be selected
by a panel of Nisei and non
Nisei judges as Nise.i of
the Biennium. Previous win-
ners will not be eligible
and the award is to be con-
fined to Nisei within the
continental U.S.
Nomination forms will
soon be sent to all JACL
chapters.
_____ OCTOB'JR 1953
dual'sr
Cbmer*
By >IU MOSOKAWA
Not long ago I had the
Vvery real pleasure of talk-
ing for a while with one of
the great heroes of the
Korean war. His name, of
jourse,is Hiroshi Miyamura,
And his home is in Gallup,
N. M. The story of his
battlefield heroism is too
well known to repeat here,
but let me tell you a little
about his human side.
Miyamura personally is
one of the nicest guys you
would ever want to meet.
He's genuinely modest, fun
loving but shy, naturally
quiet and a little confused
by all this publicity. He
was well-liked in his home
town, even before he became
famous. The fact that
townspeople donated nearly
most of it in small
giftsto make up a home-
coming. purse for him, at-
tests to his popularity.
All Miyamura wanted, when
I talked with him, was a
chance to rest up, a little
peace and quiet, and time
to get reacquainted with
his wife. As this is being
written, it hasn't, been an-
nounced just when Miyamura
will be going to Washington,
D.C., to be presented form-
ally with the Medal of
Honor.
I do think, however, that
every effort ought to be
made to persuade Miyamura
and his wife Terry to pass
through Denver, either going
to or returning from Wash-
ington. Denver JACLers
would do well to honor him
at an informal dinner, and
to get the opportunity .of
shaking hands with one fine
fellow and celebrity.
I know hed accept, if I
at all possible. Hes just
diet obliging sort of fellow.
Published monthly by the
Denver chapter of the Japanese
American Citiaena League, 1225
Twentieth St., Denver Z* Colo.
Telephone Al. 7227.
Editor! Jenny Kitagawa
Bus. Mgr.t Robert Horluohi
Staff! Sets Ioka, Nancy Sogi,
Haru Tanaka, Michi Teraji, Rosa
Mayeda, Bill Hoaokava, Pat Hu,
George Maaunaga, May Kitagawa,
Betty Kanegaye, Ben Miyahara.


1.05 3
THE MILE-ITI JACL BUIL^TI!
x-'iUil!. 3
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VACATION ROUND-UP
Chapter numbers were
here, there, and every-
where this summer with the
majority heading for the
West Coast.
Among those who made a
trip to their former camping
grounds in California were
MARY NAKAMURA, RUBY 0KUB0,
and FLORENCE. UYIDA.
Making her first visit
to the West Coast was MRS.
BEN MATOBA, who returned
recently after a two weeks
vacation in California.
Husband, Ben, accompanied
her on the trip.
MR. and MRS. TOSH ANDO
and family took an extended
tour through California and
Oregon visiting friends and
relatives.
JUNE MATSUURA, DR. and
MRS. SUENAGA and family,
DR. and MRS. CHAS. FUJI-
SAKI and family, were among
others who toured the west
coast.
MAY KITAGAWA spent sev-
eral days at Briar Cliff
College in Sioux City, Iowa,
visiting her sister, Sister
M. Bernadetta, who was at-
tending the summer session
at the college. She also
spent a week visiting Sri.ends
back home in Minot, North
Dakota.
Ten year old DELIGHT
FUJIM0T0 recently flew back
from Albuquerque, New Mexi-
co, where she had gone to
visit her uncle, PROF. PERRY
MORI, of the University of
New Mexico.
It was business mixed
with pleasure for SAM MOMII
and JACK ISHIDA, who rep-
resented the Cathay Post
at the national American
Legion Comention in St.
Louis.
.It was East for PEARL
KUWABARA, who visited bro-
ther, KENJI, in Washington,
D.C. .
Now visiting in NeW^Yo.rL
are GEORGE and BESSIE SHI-
YOMURA.
MR. & MRS. ROY T. TERADA
and their two children will
visit the West Coast and
then continue on to Hawaii
on an extensive vacation
trip.
ShICr and iviXCHI T^kaJI
end son GARY spent their
vacation in Salt Lake and
Ogden, Utah, visiting rela-
tives and friends.
Although many of our
chapter members left the
state for other parts of
this great United states,
there were others who re-
mained at home to enter-
tain out of state guests.
The TaD ShlRA.ilZjU'S had
as their house guest MICKEY
OGaTA and family of Min-
neapolis, Minnesota.
MR. and MRS. TOM SArtADA
of Mobile, Alabama, were
visitors at the home of MR.
and MRo. a. KANEGAYE of
3900 Wyaiidot St.
MRS. RUTH lijuiAKO IiSiil-
aA./A, who is employed with
the security forces in Japan
visited with her brother
oi.iG Tj&AJI before royurn-
ing mo her overseas position
in Tokyo.
IOKA who became the bride
Of HENRY T. SUMIKAWA, son of
MR. Attending her, were MARY
SUMIKAWA as maid of honor,
YAS KISHIYAMA, bridesmaid,
and SEIJI IOKA, ring bearer.
Best man was BEN KUR0KI,
with BOB NAKA0K1 as attend-
ant. Ushers were BILL NAK-
A0KI, EUGENE MANABE, PETER
D0I and JOHN T0D0R0KI.
On Sept. 5> EVA NATSUYE
UMETANI, daughter of MRS.
T. KIN0SHITA of Platteville,
became the bride of FRANK
TARO NAKA0KI, son of MRS.
S. NAKAOKI of Denver.
BETTY IDA, as matron of
honor, attended the bride,
and HERB KINOSHITA served
as best man for the groom.
Among the new arrivals
who put in their appearance
during the summer were:
Summer was not a time of
play for all, for some it
was a time of hard work and
study.
Among those who received
their degrees at summer
commencement exercises at
the University of Colorado
were SAM I. KISHIYAMA, Adams
City; HENRY T. NABESHIMA,
Brighton; JUN HAMAIand JACK
JITSU0 IT0, both of Denver.
PETER L DOI, son of MRS.
S. DOI, graduated from the
University of Natural Heal-
ing on September 18.
Summer was also a time
of orange blossoms and wed-
dings.
A lovely bride was SETS
IOKA, daughter of MRS. M.
A boy to MR. & MRS. TOM
TERADA, 2^60 W. 2nd Ave.
It was also a boy for MR.
and MRS. YOSHIO SHIRANE,
3310 Gaylord.
The new arrival at the
home of MR. & MRS. STANLEY
T. ICHIKAWA, 1029 Worchest-
er St., a baby girl.
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P&k-a-bee?
"Take me out to the ball
game" and what a game It
was.' It was simply a riot
It was the father's team
composed of such stellar
stars as DOC KOBAYASHI, SAM
MATSUMOTO, OSKIE TANIWAKI,
ART YORIMOTO, KEN YABE, JB5
HAN AMU RA, BEN FURUTA, and
REV. W. OYANAGI, versus the
son's team which included
TED CHIBA, HARRY ARIKI,
FURUTA brothers, YABE bros.
K. KOBAYASHI, H. TANIWAKI,
and CARL YORIMOTO.
The game took place at
the end of the summer picnic
sponsored by the Cornelians,
at Cheesman Park.
In charge of arrange-
ments for the family picnic
which was attended by more
than fifty persons were
KANA YORIMOTO, YORI SANDA,
and HARUKO KOBAYASHI.
Bursting with pride and
passing out cigars is proud
papa, Harry Sakata....its
another boy.'
It's a girl for proud
parents, MR. & MRS. FRED
KAWANO, and MR. & MRS. GEO.
NISHIMURA.
Happy in-their new home
at 5522 East 32nd Ave. are
MR. & MRS. TERRY TAKAMINE
and family.
HARRY ARIKI and family
recently mo\ed to their new
residence at 1026 3bth St.
It's a new address also
for MR. & MRS. ROY UYEKISHI
who are now at home at 1*03
Meade.
MR. & MRS. FRED KAWANO
are comfortably settled at
^312 Federal Boulevard.
Get Well wishes to MRS.
SACHI OYANAGI, who is in
Mercy Hospital recuperating
from an operation.
Recuperating at home
after her discharge from
the hospital is SUSAN KRUI-
TAKI.
The Cornelian Club will
have their Annual Fall Mem-
bership Tea at the home of
Mrs. Mary Takamine, 3001
Ivanhoe on Oct. loth from
2-5 P.M. Mrs. Faml Yabe is
chairman for this event.
Mrs. Mary Takamine, Mrs.
Kana Yorimoto and Mrs. Hana
Takamine are the hostesses.
The Colorado Society of
X-ray Technicians had their
first state meeting in
Greeley presided by their
new president, William Fitz-
gerald. Haru Tanaka is
finance chairman for the
Denver District. The Nisei
attending were Yorko Mat-
suura, Helen Okubo and Haru
Tanaka.
HR. & mRS. K. HASEGAWA
parents of MRS. HARRY NAKA^
GAWA, left recently for Los
Angeles, on the first leg
of their extended trip to
Japan.
PAUL VAT Aw ABE, former
Denver attorney, and now a
real estate broker in Los
Angeles, recently visited
at the home of his brother,
SillG ..ATAiAABE and his father
rt 'V:5 Josephine ot,
REV. If. TSUAODA, Vise!
: of the Tri-State
Buddhist Church, left last
week for a two week speak-
ing tour of Canada
IRVING MAT8UDA, who has
been visiting his sister,
MRS. BESS SHIYOMURA of 1320
E. 20th Ave, flew to Calif,
with his father to visit
another sister, MRS. GEO.
YUGH in Cortez
About 200 persons at-
tended the "Victory Hop
held at the Patio Ballroom
of the Tov.n House, Sept. 7,
bringing to a climax the
1953 Labor Day Nisei Base-
ball Tournament*
Individual Class A awards
presented at this time
went t6^
Jack Murata.Greeley,most
outstanding pitcher.
Frank Kamibayashi, Den-
ver, most valuable player.
Kenny Mizunaga, Brighton,
most promising player.
Jack Murata, Greeley,the.
highest batting average.
Mas Yoshimura, most runs
scored.
Ken Oaaki, Greeley: Tom
Akimoto, Ogden, Tied (2) far
most homeruns.
BABY SHOWER
MRS. NOBY KAWANO was re-
cently honored at the home
of MRS. HARRY NAKAGAWA.
Hostesses were ROSIE MASU-
NAGA, BETTY KAWANO, MITCHIE
KAWANO, and FRANCIS NAKA-
GAWA.
Guests included MARY
FUJII, NORI TSUTSUI, KIMI
MURATA, MAY MURATA, CHIYOKO
YORIMOTO, and RUBY HAYASHI.
Others unable to attend
but who sent gifts were
SETS HADA, MAE IMAMURA,
GENE TAKAMATSU, and KATH-
ERINE TOCHIHARA.
Ketura postage guaranteed
THE DENVER JACL BUUETIN
Denver Chapter JACL
1917 Lawrence Street
Denver 2, Colorado
MOTHERS CLUB HOLDS
First fall Social
The Denver Nisei Motherb
Club held their first fall
social as an informal,
country style get together
for members and prospective
I members at the home of Mrs.
Michi Ando, 3353 Josephine
St. on Friday, Sept. 25.
Michi Ando and Masako
Shiramizu were in charge of
invitations: Mary Suenaga
and Nobuko Seklya, food com-
mittee; Betty Suzuki and
Millie Kiyotake, entertain-
ment.
Rosa Vtatttxt ICAoes
Fos. Gefcwftwy
Rosa Mayeda left recently
for Wurzburg, Germany to
join her husband, Capt. Ta-
kashi Mayeda who is serving
in the army dental corps.
Mrs. Mayeda, who has been
employed at the Denver Dry
as a fashion artist, has
been an active member of
the Nisei Women's Bowling
League. She has also done
the drawings for the JACL
bulletin for a number of
years.
Sec. 3U.66, p. L. & rt.
GRANADA
MARKET ^
KC.583 1919 LAwiiiiCE ST.