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VOLUME VIII NUMBER VII
NOVEMBER 1953
New Years FesiwvnesTo m ft IV Pc
' ltn- nouns lAsrrtcr lonWrence
Be Held At Slovenian Hall Ser £ot Nov*W as t9
John Noguchi, Bill Mat-
tocks, and John Sakayama,
the committee in charge of
securing a site for the New
Year's festivities, an-
nounced that the Slovenian
Hall, ¥+6*+ Washington St.,
has been secured for the
Mile-Hi JACL New Year's Day
Inaugural Ball on January 1,
19 5*k
John Sakayama, finance
chairman of the Mile-Hi JACL
announced that plans have
been completed for a local
chapter oenefit to be held
in conjunction with the
Inaugural Ball. A 12 cubic
ft. G. E. Freezer or
cash will be given away as
first prize. Other prizes
will include an Elgin Ladies
Wrist- Watch, G. E. Clock
Radio, Rotissiere, and an
Automatic Toaster.
Tickets showing 25£ do-
nations are available from
any member of the local JaCL
chapter, or from the JACL
office.
Thanksgiving weekend, Ncr..
28 and 29, has been reserved
for a district conference to
be held in Denver with the
Mile-Hi JACL as the sponsor-
ing organization.
George Masunaga, district
chairman, will direct busi-
ness affairs of the meeting.
President Frank Yaraaguchi
of the Ft. Lupton JACL an-
nounced that Dr. George Uye-
mura of Ft. Lupton has been
named as their representa-
tive to assist in the forth-
coming Mtn-Plains JACL con-
ference.
President John Noguchi of
the Mile-Hi JACL chapter and
Dr. George Uyemura will be
co-chairman of the 1953 con-
ference and promised to bring
a full program of activities
for regional Nisei.
JACLers from Texas, Neb-
raska, Montana and other
states are expected in Denver
for the November affair.
District Council
Mtn-Plains JRtL
To Sponsor BouungTourn am ent
Nisei bowlers of the .In-
termountain and Plains area
have been invited to com-
pete for trophies and cash
prizes at a Mountain Plains
JACL bowling tournament to
be held Nov. 28 and 29 at
the bowl-Mor Lanes.
The invitational open
handicap event will be spon-
sored by the Mountain Plains
JaCL district council in
conjunction with the JACL
conference to be held during
the Thanksgiving weekend.
Events will include sing-
les,doubles and team events
with a "Ragtime Doubles" as
a special added attraction.
Nisei women will be permit-
ted to bowl in all events,
it was announced by Hooch
Okamura, tournament direct-
or, and John Sakayama, co-
chairman.
Guaranteed prizes, based
upon participation of 20
teams, have oeen announced
as follows: 1st place, sing-
les, $50 plus trophy; 1st
place, doubles, $75 plusi
trophy; 1st place, team,
$100 plus trophy. A trophy
will be awarded the all-
events winner.
All events will be handi-
capped, with handicaps to
be figured at 2/3 of 200,
with a maximum of 120 pins
per series*
Entries must be sent,
with bowling fees included
to Okamura or Sakayama by
November 20, at 1225 20th
Street. Entry fees have
oeen set at $^.50 per persoxi
per event. The fees in-
clude $3*00 for the prize
fund and $1.50 for bowline
expenses and tournament ex-
penses.
Members ofthe tournament
committee assisting co-chain*
man Okumura and Sakayama
are Mrs. L. Tajiri, secre-
tary; auditor, Min Yasui;
Hootch Okumura, treasurer;
Moon Kataoka public re-
lations; Harry Hashimoto,
registration; Frank Sehara,
schedule ; Moon Kataoka,
tabulations chairman; Jim
Ota, trophies; Bowl Mor
Lanes, rules.
MILE-HI JACL tO HONOR
ISSEI CITIZENS OCT 30
Cabinet members met at
the home of Dr. M. George
Takeno, program chairman,
on Thursday, Oct. 15, to
complete plans for the- Issei
Citizenship Dinner to be
held Frida# Oct. 30, at the
YWCA, 15^5 Tremont Place,
starting at 6:30 p.m. under
the sponsorship of the Mile-
Hi JACL.
Chairman Dr. Geo. Takeno
announced that twenty-seven
men and women from Denver
and Brighton will be guests
of honor at the event.
A brief program, attended
by local and state civic
leaders, will pay tribute
JACL 'lOOO CLUB* PLANS
SOCIAL OllAIHG ContiENTtOH
James Imatani, Mtn-Plains
District 1000 Club Chairman,
announced that the JACL
Thousand Club plan to have
a social during the forth-
coming Mtn-Plains JACL con-
vention to be held during
November. Details will be
announced later.
Six members have renewed
their JACL Thousand Club
memberships for 1953, and
have been bestowed the "Or-
der of the Tie and Garter".
Renewals are Harry Ida,
James Imatani, Bob Miyamoto,
Kody Kodama, Tosh Ando and
Miii Yasui.
One Thousand Club mem-
bers are JACL supporters
who contribute $25.00 an-
nually towards maintenance
of the Nat* 1 JACL headquarb-
ers, and plan social activi-
ties in order to accomplish
this financial support for
National Headquarters.
John Noguchi Appointed To
Nm'l. AdviigorV Bowling Bound
John Noguchi has been
appointed by JACL National
Executive, Mas Satow to
the National Advisory Board
on Bowling for the Mountain
Plains Area.
He will represent this
area at the National Bowl-
ing tournament, which will
be held in Chicago during
March.
to the first group of Dower
Issei to gain citizenship
through naturalization.
Rev. Waichi Oyanagi of
the California St Methodist
Church has been named by
President John Noguchi to
act as master of ceremonies
at the dinner.
deluded on the program
will be councilman James
Fresques, who will give the
official greetings. Greet-
ings to the new citizens
will also be given by John
Noguchi and Minoru Yasui,
regional representative of
the JACL.
Haruko j^qbayashi will
give the roll call of citi-
zens and Jean Fujimoto will
make the presentation of
pins to the new citizens-
Nancy Sogi, popular Nisei
vocalist, will entertain the
guests with several selec-
tions. She will be accom-
panied by Sets Sumikawa.
Rupert Arai will head
the observance of Nisei
Veterans' Memorial Day on
Oct. 30, in conjunction
with the dinner honoring
the Issei citizens. Oct.
30 was proclaimed Nisei
Soldiers' Memorial Day in
commemoration of the lib-
eration of the city of
Bruyeres, France.
The posting of colors by
the Cathay Host Color Guard
composed of jack Ishida,
Shig Morishige, George Suye-
hiro, and Lucky Yamagahas
has been arranged by chair-
man Arai.
Special events for child-
ren, including a Halloween
costume contest and movies
are being planned by Tosh
Ando.
Adult entertainment will
include bridge and movies.
Harry G* Matoba will present
films on Japan and Sam Mat-
sumoto will be in charge of
bridge.
Mrs. Gladys Taniwaki is
food chairman, assisted oy
Misako Furuta, Fumi Yabe,
Mary Takamine, Hana Takamine,
Jean Fujimoto, Florence
Uyeda, and Naru Tanaka.


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THE MILE-HI JACL BUT LET IN
NOVEMBER 1953
Ije Prfxg Sy-
John No&uch'i
In response to National
JACL president, George J.
Inagaki's proclamation, our
local Mile-Hi JACL will ob-
serve Nisei Soldiers Mem-
orial Day on October 30,
with a brief but impresses
memorial service, in con-
nection with the chapter*s
pot luck supper honoring
Issei Citizens, which will
be held this Friday at the
YWCA. It is fitting that
v/e observe the memorial on
this occasion as most of
the Issei women who will
be honored are mothers of
Nisei soldiers who served
during World War II and
the Korean conflict.
Nisei Memorial Day com-
memorat'es the rescue of the
Lost Texas Battalion in the
Vosgese Mountains of North-
eastern France on Oct. 30,
1942, by the 442nd Combat
Team. This single action
resulted in three Presi-
dential Distinguished Unit
Citati"ns.
Lets not forget the
contributions made by these
men. Let us pay tribute
to the Nisei GIs who served
their country and particu-
larly to those who gave
their lives, by attending
the observance.
Rupert Arai former
442nd veteran, will head
our observance of Nisei
Veterans* Memorial day.
Chairman Arai is arranging
for color guards by the
Cathay American Legion
Post to participate in the
services.
As this is our first
get together in some time
we hope that all our chap-
ter members will be oresent
to honor these men and to
offer their congratulations
to our'new citizens.
We*11 be seeing you Fri-
day, Oct. 30, at the YWCA.:
The dinner begins $.t 6:30,
so firat come, fir*t serve.
NEW YEAR'S BENEFIT
JOHN SAKAYAMA, Finance Chairman
Cbmer*
By BILL MOSOKAWA
With the coming of the New fear season for the Kile
Hi chapter, we sincerely hope that we shall continue to
progress as well as heretofore.
Although we have gained much, we must be prepared to
meet any future proolein with moral and financial support.
This year, as in other years past, we once again ask the
aid of everyone in attaining our financial goal. In an
effort to raise funds for these many tasks which lie be-
fore us, we have as part of that campaign, our annual New
xear's Benefit Raffle. This event has always carried the
bulk of our financial burden.
Many years ago 1 was at-
tending a JACL chapter meet-
ing in Seattle when the
president asked all persons
wishing to become members
to stand up and take the
oath. Among those who stood
was a tall, angular young
man named John Rademaker
who at the time was study-
ing for his doctorate and
teaching sociology at the
University of Washington.
we have not yet encountered any hesitation whenever
we have a goal to achieve. fou have given your precious
time to come to us with cooperation and assistance. It
is most gratifying to me to kn.ow that I am not alone in
wanting to do a job well.
There are many of you whom we cannot contact, yet.
are very capable of promoting sales. The need for good
sales people is of paramount importance. This is an ap-
peal for volunteers to contact any of the cabinet members
or the Mountain Plains District office for participating
in the sale of this year's raffle tickets.
\
Mih^sui Appointed
1o Citizenship Committee
Min iasui, regional rep-
resentative for the Mtn-
Plains JACL, has been ap-
pointed to the Citizenship
Advisory Committee of the
Denver Public Schools. The
committee will assist the
Emily Griffith Opportunity
School in planning and op-
erating classes to assist
aliens to oecome U.S. citi-
zens.
Last winter F.I. Kai-
hara instructed an Issei
citizenship class for six
months, twice weekly, in
order to prepare Issei ap-
plicants for United States
citizenship.
The Denver Public school
system has offered to con-
sider the accreditation of
Issei citizenship classes,
if further classes are held
for naturalization of Issei
in the Denver area.
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$e\ecT Homme* $ Vo*.
\95A -JfcCL CaV%ntf
President John no^uchi
announced that selection of
a nominations coitouittee to
consider and select nom-
inees for the 19&4 Denver
JACL cabinet has been com-
pleted.
Those serving on the com-
mittee are Tak Terasaki,
chairman; Sam Piatsumoto,
Roy fciayeda, .Mas Takata, and
Haruko Kobayashi.
The committee held its
first meeting, Friday, Oct.
23, and other meetings will
be held during November.
It is expected that bal-
lots v/ill be sent to mem-
bers by mail shortly after
the first of December.
JACL Bickers Pu\n
The Kika Kisei Domei, an
Issei supporters*group that
assisted the JACL in the
legislative campaign for
naturalization,met recently
and voted to discontinue the
name Kika Kisei Domei and
to adopt the name of JACL
Koenkai (JACL Supporters'
Association).
The group voted tounder-
take an immediate financial
campaign for National JACL
Headquarters. They also
agreed to initiate a sup-
porting membership project
John was probably the
first Caucasian to join the
Japanese American Citizens
League. It was many years
later that the JACL made
previsions for accepting
persons other than Japanese
Americans.
John made many friends
in Seattle. He made even
more friends when he was on
the staff of the Granada
WRA-center as sociologist,
i-uid he acquired still more
friends in Hawaii where he
taught, and also wrote a
book entitled, "These Are
Americans," a report on the
wartime patriotism of Issei
and Nisei.
Not long ago I received
a telephone call from John.
The Rademakers had moved to
Denver temporarily. Mrs.
Rademaker is studying for
an advanced degree and John
is-working on another book.
That doesn't leave them
much time for social af-
fairs, but the Rademakers
are hoping to renew- old
friendships' and make more
new ones during the year
they will be here.
for the National JACL on
the basis of $25 per year
for 50 members and possibly
$10 per year for 75 members,
making annual membership
fees of $2,000 for JACL
Headquarters.
Published monthly by the
Denver chapter of the Japanese
American Citizens League, 1225
Twentieth St., Denver 2, Colo*
Telephone Al. 7227.
Editor: Jenny Kitagawa
Bus. Mgr.: Robert Horiuchi
Staff: Sets loka, Nancy Sogi,
Haru Tanaka, Michi Teraji, Rosa
Mayeda, Bill Hosokawa, Pat Hu,
George Masunaga, May Kitagawa,
Betty Ka&egaye, Ben Miyahara.


/
HOVEMBER 1953
Boy, oil boyt.,it*s a.boy
for the KEN IMAMURAS. The
young un arrived at the
home of the proud parents
on October 3#
KNGAGiJviKWTS
Friends who gathered at
the home of SUMI TOCHMARA
of Brighton, were pleasant-
ly surprised to learn of
her engagement to WESLEY
KOYANO* The happy couple
will say their 1 do*sH
sometime in November*
Another- bride-to-be is
.FRANCES T* KAWAMURA, whose
engagement to JUN HAMAI.was
announced recently*
HUSH NISKIiviQTO of Ft.
Lupton placed a ring on the
third finger, left hand of
ALICE URANO.
NEWLxvEDS .
Wedding bells rang on
Sept. 26, for AKI IWASAKI
and FRED KAY/AKAMI. Attend-
ing the bride was LILY MOR-
ITA as maid of honor and
NUIE MOTOYAMA as bridesmaid.
The groom*s attendants were
CHAS. KAWAKAIvlI as best man;
head usher WILLIAM MOTOYAMA
assisted by JIM SHINTO,
LARRY GOTO, WM. MIKUNI, and
HARRY NAKAGAWA. The happy
couple are now at home at
7550 W. 60th Ave.
TOUGH LUCK
While painting the gar*
age, BOB HORIUCHI slipped
and fell and fractured his
fifth metacarpal, ( one of
the bones in the hand). It'S
one way of getting out of
work.
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Congratulations to Dr.
and MRS. IKOS. K. KOBAYASHI
who celebrated their 17th
wedding anniversary on Oct.
17. Among friends who at-
tended the informal get-to-
gether were ED and MITSU
MATSUDA, DR. TONY and MIKO
KAWANO, KEN and FUMI YABE,
BUD and DOROTHY UCHIDA, MIN
& TRUE YASUI, FLORENCE UY-
EDA, BEN MIYAHARA, SAM MAT-
SULaOTO and TOSH ANDO.
Also celebrating their
anniversary this month were
DR. & MRS* GENTA NAKAMURA
27 happy years of wedded
bliss*
CALIFORNIA* HERE T
YOSHIE
been emo')
tho *
tak
Gof'
THE MILE-HI JACL BULLETIN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
BON VOYAGE
ED.YAMATO, who recently
moved to Los Angeles, was a
visitor in Denver, where he
visited with daughter, Mrs*
FRED MIKUNI, who now oper-
ates the Yamato Service
Bureau.
HOLLY KITAGAWA and his
father left for their old
home town of Minot, North
Dakota, where they Will taki
care of some business and
spend some time visiting
friends* They left Just in
time to escape some of this
cold weather we *ve been
having. Hear that it*s been
farmer there than it has
been here in Denver.
It's business mixed with
pleasure.for GEORGE OHASHI,
who left Oot. 18. to attend
the National Hairdressers*
Convention in Miami, as an
official delegate from the
State of Colorado. He was
accompanied by wife, BER-
NICE, and daughter, SUSAN.
They will return sometime in
November by way of Cuba.
Visitors at the nome of
BESSIE and GEORGE SHIYGMURA
were BESSIE*s sister and
brother-in-law, MR. and MRS.
JOHN FUJIKAWA, formerly of
Chicago, who were enroute
to California where they
will make their new home.
Four Denver Issei/reoeit-
iy left for Japan. Messrs*;
S. KISHIYAMA and K. KAN AD A,
and accompanying MRS. SONO
YAMADA, a resident of the .
city for a half oentury,
was MRS. HATSUNO OKA, who
recently acquired American
oitizenship. She plans to
return after visiting
relatives.
EXPECTED ARRIVALS
Inf anticipating is MRS.
T. ITO (Mami Katagire) of
Berkeley. Calif. The 'new
arrival is expected some-
time in January, glso pre-
paring for... heirs. s.oga. _are
MR. and MRS. H. IWASAKI and
MR* and MRS. MIN YASUI.
Ski Club To Hold
Oftuct 25
will sponsor a ''Pre-Thanks-
giving Dance" on Wednesday*
November 25. It will be
the Patio Ballroom
of the Town House Supper
Club, starting at 9*00.
Club members started
their fall activities re-
cently with a dance party
at the Frontier Club.
NEW ADDRESSES
The real estate business
must be booming these days
what with all the Nisei who
have been buying new homes.
JOE & KATE ARIKI are now at
home at 2025 Q,uince Street.
DR* Y. ITO and family also
have a new return address,
980 Jackson Street*
service
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new York Life insurance, co
LIFE -DISABILITY*
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. THE MIIE-HI JACL BULLETIN
-.NOVEMBER 1953
Pfcik-a-be?
Little KAREN TSUXIJI
celebrated her 4th birth-
day with a get together at
her home at 1619 Franklin
on October 4th. Among the
small fry guests were
CHRISTINE NAKAYAMA, STAN
ESHIMA,. little Missy SANDRA
JO ARIKI JANICE ARIKI,
MICHAEL ARIKI, and CARY TER-
AJI. Also MR. and MRS.
KAJIWAKA, the JOE ARIKIS,
SAM ARIKIS, JUNIOR ESKIMAS,
MRS. MAS NAKAYAMA, MR. and
MRS. ETQ and son, RAY, SHIG
TERAJIS, FUSAKO and MUiO
KAJIWARA and proud parents
NOBI and TOM TSUKIJI.
The Cornelians held their
Annual Fellowship Tec, at
h;..e lovely home of MR. and
MRS. TOL TAKAMIME on Sun-
day, October 18th. louring
were MRS. MARY NAKaMURa and
MRS. AMY lvilURA. Chairman
for the occasion was MRS.
FUMI -YABE with Mesdames
GLADYS TANIwAKI, HANA TAKA-
MINE and KANa YQRIMOTO
serving as hostesses. MRS.
LILY ARIKI presented two
unusual and colorful odoris,
Miss RUTH OTA rendered vocaL
selections from the "Merry
Widow Waltz" and GRACE
KAWAKAtyl played a .piano
selection.
Its a boy at LILLIAN
and GENJI YAMAMOTOS----and
proud mama and papa are
still boasting!
On October 14th, DOUG
MIZUKAMl was feted with a
dinner at. Jo^s Awful Coffee
Lounge by the Mile-Hi golf-
ers,. prior to his departure
on the ,15th for Los Angeles,
where he and his family
plan to settle. Doug was
presented with two trophies
he'won during the *53 sea-
son and a pen and pencil
set from the golfers by
president, SKIG TERAJi.
Among those attending were
GEORGE KOMARU, SAM KUMAGAl,
JIM HANAMURA, TOM MATSU-
IviOTO, KENHT IMADA, GEORGE
FUJIMOTO, YE SAITO, Dn. T.
ITO, DR. NAKAMURA, B0l3
MIYAMOTO, TAK KOxiAHU, DR.
CHARLES FUJISAKI,ED JvlATSU-
DA, FRANK TORIZAWA, KODY
KODAMA, MITS KANEKO, and
MR. LAMB A. At a brief meet-
ing which followed the d'in-
Those bringing the tur-
key home as a result of a
turkey tournament held on
October 18th by the Mile Hi
Golf Club were GEORGE K0-
MARA, first place winner,
FRANK TORIZAwA: second and
BOB MIYAMOTO, third.
8-Kwt4feAY£ ANoftMlVflHAttft
-Win First At Brid&e SessiON
Betty Kanegaye and Ben
Miyahara teamed to win first
at the duplicate session of
the JACL Bridge Club, held
at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
T. E. Kob&yashi on Friday,
Oct. 16. Placing second,
were Haruko Kobayasbi and
Bud Uchida.
ner_, KODY KODakA, KITS
KANEKO and Si's&i KUMAGaI were
elected to head a coxamittee
in charge of the coming an-
nual dinner for the golf
widows
Veterans* Memona-
Chairman Arai is arranging
for color guards by the
Cathay American Legion
Tournament director Sam
M&tsumoto announced that
the next session would be
held on November 6, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Min Y&sui, 1150 So. Williams
St.
. _0n November 13, a fall
if ccm-
for naturalization of Isse.
Post to participate in the in the Denver area,
services.
As this is our first
get together in some time
we hope that all our chap-
ter members will be oresent
to honor these men and to
offer their congratulations
to our new citizens.
We*11 be seeing you Fri-
day, Oct. 30, at the YWCA..
The dinner begins #t 6:30,
so firvt come, fir^t serve.
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Lucky Yamaga,was elected VotWefS V.IUD r\e\Tft
president of the Colorado
Nisei Basketball League,
succeeding Tak Tsutsui, at
a meeting held recently at
the Cathay Post.
The group win hold their
first pre-season invita-
tional tournament on Nov.
27. The locale has not as
yet been determined, but
it will probably be held in
Manual High*s new gym.
Return postage guaranteed
THE MILE-HI JACL BULLETIN
122$ Twentieth Street
Denver 2, Colorado
assists
legislative
naturalization,*£'
and voted to discolfc'i.^
name Kika Kisei Domei and
to adopt the name of JACL
Koenkai (JACL Supporters*
Association)
The group voted tounder-
take an immediate financial
campaign for National JACL
Headquarters. They also
agreed to initiate a sup-
porting membership project
Italian cooking was fea-
tured at the*regular monthly
meeting of the Mothers*
Club, held on Friday, Oct.
23, at the home of Mrs.
Nobuko Sekiya, 4235 Quivas.
Mrs. Dia Giacomo gave
a demonstration on preparing
several variations of pizza
pie
Sec. 3U.66, P. L. &-R.
Bus.
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Staff* Sets Ioka,
Haru Tanaka, Mi chi 1W&
Mayeda, Bill Hosokava, ;^-K .
George Masunaga, May Kitagatfa, ny
Betty Kanegaye, Ben Miyahara. e'K