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VOLUME IX NUMBER 3
DENVER, COLORADO
MARCH 1954
JUDtE SI III AM
SPEAKS TO JACL
Judge Philip B# Gilliam
of the Denver Juvenile and
Family Court was the fea-
tured speaker for the Mile-
Hi JACL general meeting
held on Feb. 27th, at the
Denver Tabernacle#
An outstanding national
authority on juvenile and
domestic relations problems,
Judge Gilliam emphasized
the importance of a happy
home and good family envi-
ronment as a determent to
juvenile delinquency*
The general meeting was
.the first of a series to
hive members an opportunity
to become acquainted with
various phases of JACL v/orit,
both on the local and.nar
tional level. Approximate-
ly 30 people attended the
meeting#
KCt WWWH
TAN HONDO TOP
DENVER WINNER
Tay Kondo of Denver was
the top money winner among
the 12 men and eight women
from the Mile High city who
competed in the National
JACL Bowling Tournament in
Chicago early this-month-.
FOOD BAZAAR
AT CSME CHUKH
Chow mein, tempura and
osushi will be featured at
the annual Oriental Food
Bazaar to be held at the
California Street Methodist
church on March 2J5-27.
Other oriental delicacies
will be available at nomin-
al cost which will please
the palate of the most fin-
icky gourmet#
Tickets may be obtained
from church members for one
dollar.
She won third place mon-
ey in the singles, doubles
and the all-events. Adding
to her winnings were 7th
place in the sweepstakes
and 8th place in the mixed
doubles#
Otter winners were Frank
Sehara and Sally Furushiro
who took 1st place (squad)
money in the mixed doubles,
and Amy Konishi and Grace
Kishiyama who placed 1st in
one of the Vomen s doubles
squads#
Sally Furushiro also
teamed with Mary Urano to
cop fourth place in the
women's doubles, while Aki
Kitashima returned with a
6th place prize in. the
sweeper#
BGMf FIT CARNIVAL at OX CLUB
Prospects for a large
turnout for the JACL spon-
sored Family Carnival Night
at the DX Club on Saturday,
March 20, was indicated by
the early reports ori the
advance sales of tickets#
Willie Hasegawa, general
chairman for the Mile-Hi
JACL benefit,announced -that
larger cash prizes and val-
uable merchandise will be
,~iven to the lucky winners
this year.
The proceeds are to be
devoted for JACL purpose to
gdvance the welfare and the
interest of persons of Jap-
anese ancestry in this area#
Members of the committee
assisting, the benefit are
Dick .Yanase,. John Sakayama-,
Florence, Uyeda, Marie Mizo-
ue, George Fukui, Frank Se-
hara, Hootch OkujnUra., Sally
Furushiro, Bill Kuroki and
Fumi Yabe#
An evening of fun f.or
all members, of the family
was assured by the'Mile-Hi
JACL cabinet who urged the
co-operation arid help of
everyone*
MAT01A CASS VtfOtt
ISSEI RUUD ELIGIBLE FOR CITIZENSHIP
Federal fridge Lee Knous
ruled early this month that
Harry G. Matoba is eligible
for American'citizenship.
His ruling, a major vio-
tory for the JACL, is ex-
pected to help establish a
legal precedent for the ad-
mission of Issei males to
American citizenship whose
petitions for naturaliza-
tion were delayed because
of question concerning
their 5-F status durin g
World War I#
Matoba's case was argued
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-ncKgr emciose#
F* DOCK PRIZf*
A valusb le ticket which
may win the bearer a new
table model radio is en-
closed in this issue of
the BULLETIN.
All one needs to do to
win the radio is to take
this free ducat to the
Mile-Hi JACL Benefit Car-
nival this Saturday nite,
March 20, sign his name
on back of the ticket and
deposit it in the box at
the gate#
The drawing will be
held at about 9 PM* The
winner must be present in
SEVFM (000 outfits
IM S*N LUtf VAlltV
Seven 1000 Club member-
ships have been signed up
in the San Luis Valley area
it was reported by Presi-#
dent Frank Uyemura, of the
San Luis Valley JACL*
New^ 1000 Club members
for San Luis Valley are
Mike Mizokami, Harry Sumida
and Roy Tanaka.
Roy Inouye of La Jara,
Colorado gained the distinc-
tion of being the oldest
1000 Club member in this
area* He has renewed his
membership in the 1000 Club
for the sixth consecutive
year* Sojiro Yoritomo of
Blanca is a fifth year mem-
ber and Clarence Yoshida of
Alamosa is a second year
member.
by Minoru Yasui and Edward
J# Ennis, special counsel
for the JACL.
Judge Knous concurred
with Judge Goodman's deci-
Process** Becmis
Syril I. Shraiberg, Den*
ver naturalization officer,
indicated, that the Denver
office will immediately
commence the processing of
some 300 petitions of Issei
males with the announcement
of Judge Knous' favorable
decision in this matter.
sion in the Tsuji case in
December in San Francisco.
Judge Goodman also held
that Congress had no inten-
tion of penalizing the Is-
sei males during World War
I who did not serve in the
armed forces*
Evacuation claims
Sixteen evacuees whose
claims were adjudicated by
the Department .of Justice
were recommended for a to-
tal of $133,211.37 in pay-
ments to Congress in the,
first supplementary appro-
priations bill, the Wash-
ington office of the JACL
reported.
All -of the claims were
awarded under the adjudi-
cation procedures of the
original JACL sponsored
Evacuation Claims Act of
1948 and all were for sums
more than the $2o00 that
the Attorney General is
authorized, to pay out of
the regular appropriation
for his department.
ftlPte TOURMW SlAltD
The Mile-Hi JACL Bridge
Club announced that it will
sponsor an open pairs dupli-
cate bridge tournament at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. T.
K. Kobayashi on April 30.
Tourney Director Haruko
Kobayashi stated that ap-
propriate trophies and
prizes will be presented to
the winners.
Membership in the JACL
is not necessary to parti-
cipate in the tournament,
it was reported. All bridge
fa ns are urged to enter.


PAGE 2
THE MILE-HI JACL BULLETIN
MARCH 1954
YePaexySsz
SAM MATSUHOTO
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
"Miles ahead .with the
Mile Hi JACL*" That has
been the slogan of our
chapter during the 1954
membership drive* With a
goal of 600 members, were
still a little behind
schedule, having about 350
members with only a month
to go* We need your sup-
port so I appeal to all of
you to renew your member-
ship immediately if you
havent done so already*
RED CROSS DRIVE
Our chapter has just fi-
nished helping the annual
Red Cross drive* We were
asked this year to furnish
soliciting teams in both
the residential and busi-
ness districts* SACHI OYA-
NAGI was in charge of the
residential drive and did
the work almost single-hand-
ed. WILLIE HASEGAWA and
FLORENCE UYSDA handled the
downtown solicitation and
with the help of several
willing volunteers did a
splendid job*
DISAPPOINTMENT
Im very sorry to report
that our general meeting of
February 27 wasnt much of
a success as far as attend-
ance was concerned. We had
a fine speaker in Juvenile
Court Judge PHILLIP GILLIAM
and since many of you were
asking for such a meeting
we had planned an interest-
ing program. So what hap-
pened? Only a handful of
you attended. Frankly, 1
was disappointed* Before
we call another meeting I
would like to hear from you.
Tell us what we can do to
rake the meeting more at-
tractive so that more of
you will attend.
BENEFIT CARNIVAL
Remember the Family Car-
nival Night on March 20 at
the DX Club, 1800 West 38th
Letters tothc Epitoe^
Editor,
Kile-Hi JACL Bulletin
Dear Sir:
Editor,
Mile-Hi JACL Bulletin.
Dear Sir:
Many times in the past,
our organization has called
upon you to solicit your
support in our various club
or community activities,
.Once again we ask you for
your help in what we in Ha-
waii consider of utmost im-
portance* namely Statehood.
The bill for Statehood
for Hawaii, which has al-
ready passed the House, will
soon be considered in the
Senate of the United States.
We ask you now to support
Statehood for us by writing
to your Senators and making
known to them of your sup-
port of the Bill aid urging
them to vote for Statehood
for Hawaii. We further ask
that you enlist the support
of your friends in and out
of your State, to help us
in making known to their
Senators that Hawaii de-
serves and should be admit-
ted gts the 49th State of
our nation.
With your help and the
help of many others we hope
that at long last our hope
and aspiration as a full
member of our country wi11
be realized. In the name
of Hawaii Nei and in the
spirit of democracy we hum-
bly'ask for your support.
Respectfully yours,
Walter T. Katsuttoto,
President
The 442nd Veterans
Club
933 Wiliwili Street
_____Honolulu 14, Hawaii.
Ave. This is the one event
that has to be a financial
success. Weve been spend-
ing money and receiving
little income* In order
little income. In order to
replenish our treasury and
to discharge our commitment
to national headquarter
little income. In order to
replenish our treasury and
to discharge our coranitment
to national headquarters,
we need several hundred
dollars immediately. Lets
all come out for an evening
of funl
Im writing to get a
gripe off my chest. In the
last issue of the Bulletin
there was a picture of our
President -- but what a pic-
ture! After long minutes-
of careful scrutiny I decid-
ed'what was wrong. You ap-
parantly had cut off the
"Wanted" sign over -the pic-
ture as well as the profile
view. Also missing was the
usual batch of numbers a-
cross Sam's chest*
How about fixing this
matter up by printing a re-
ally good picture of our
dreamboat
Thanks in advance.
President,
Smilin Saras Pan Club*
VASUI-YAfee WIN
True Yasui t&ejned with
Ken Yabe to win last weeks
Mile Hi JACL .duplicate
bridge tournament held at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. T.
K. Kobayashi.
Ethel Yanase and Dorothy
Uchida placed second and
the team of Betty Kanegaye
and Sam Mat sumo to came in
HARAIArKIfASWMA NWTIM.S
Nuptial rites were per-
formed at the Tri State
Buddhist church for the
marriage of BETTY NAOYE
HARADA of Rocky Ford and
BEN KITASHIKA of Denver.
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High Golf club are: KODY ;
KODAMA, chairman; GEORGE :
FUJIMDTO, vice chairman;
SAM KUMAGAIj treasurer; and
TOM MATSUMOTO and TAK KOMA-
RU; secretaries.
BILLY KAWAMURA of Manual
High won the-city prep div-
ing title last month.
PAUL OKADA of Brighton
won the wrestling champion-
ship in the 138 pound divi-
sion of the Colorado High.
School Wrestling meet held
in Denver last month.
An all star aggregation
of classy hoopsters from
Denver's class AA casaba
league will participate in
the 19th annual Salt Lake
City basketball tournament
next month.
VERN NAMBAj young prep
kegler bowling in the Man-
ual high league, rolled a
professional 275 game and a
classy 691 series recently.
For those anxious ang-
lers DICK YANASE promises a
prize-laden fishing contest
this summer. Contest rules
will be released soon.
Adding another trophy to
his collection Rwas GEORGE
KONISHI, outstanding nimrod
of the Fort Lupton Gun club,
who participated in the
northern division Gallery
tournament in Fort Collins
recently.
KIND HIRAOKA and JANE
HA DA teamed to win the
class A division in the
recent City Womens Bowling
Tournament held at the Sin-
clair Lanes*
The Denver Buddhist Ath-
letic Council has announced
a state-wide bowling tour-
nament fpr March 27-28. The
two-day competition, open
to all Nisei keglers, will
be held at the Bowl-Mor
Lanes.______________________
Published monthly by
the Mile-Hi chapter of
the Japanese American
Citizens League, 1225
20th St., Denver 2,. Colo.
Telephone: ALpine 7227
Editor: Ben Miyahara
Business Mgr: Sam Kumagai
Staff: Betty Kanegaye,
Haruko Kobayashi, Mari
Mizoue, Helen Nakashiraa,
Nancy Sogi, Evelyn Suye-
hiro, Larry Tajiri, Mlchi
Teraji, Shig Teraji, Flo-
rence Uyeda*


PAGE 3
HAPPENINGS around town**
Congratulations to REIKO
YOSHIHARA who reigned as
queen of the NICC "Sweet-
heart Ball", one of the
highlites of February. At-
tendants were CAROL ANN T0-
MITA* YOSHIME HAZUE, CONNIE
'QUIBAN and MARI MIZOUE* The
;Glenn Miller Ballrocan at CTJ
set the scene with the Hill-
top Combo providing some
smooth notes*******
at.t. this lovely snow
we've had, calls for some
more skiing* The CATHAY
SKI CLUB has already spon-
sored two trips to Vinter
Park and is planning more
to other ski areas*
THE Younger Set*
Among the active Nisei ath-
letes in high school are
STANLEY NISHIMOTO, who is
on Manual's basketball team
that is again headed for
the annual state tournament
BILLY KAWAMURA, who came in
first in the 1-meter- diving
event at the city prep-
school swimming meet and
second (same event) at the
state meet representing
Manual High*.. .NORMAN YABE,
swimmer from East High, who
placed third in the breast
; stroke event at the state,
meet*.Artists in our
midst include MIKE YOSHUtUa
RA*, senior at North High*
whose work was recently
displayed in the May Co*
Art Show; and NAOMI FUKUDA,
DU frosh, whose lovely de-
signs are now being exhib-
ited in the DU Student
Union*
A QUEEN will be chosen
this Saturday night from a
bevy of 5 lovely misses at
a dance sponsored by the
Colorado Nisei Basketball
League* The pretty lassies
who were nominated by the
teams are: NANCY SOGI, Miss
Cathay Post; SALLY JOJGE*
Miss Johnny Downs; TOSHIKO
KUMAGAI, Miss Bussei; MICHI
IWATAj Miss No- Name; and
DIANE MATSUDAj Miss Col-
leens.
SOMETHING to look for-
ward to..**The Nisei Inter-
mountain Collegiate Confer-
ence (NICC) has been set
for April 2-3 in Boulder*
The weekend of fun and fel-
lowship will include a
: basketball tournament, a
! mixer, brunch-picnic, tour
: of the CU campus, banquet
! with guest speaker, and a
; big dance at which trophies
will be awarded**.Okay,
j collegians, let's really
i show our enthusiasm by sup-
j porting this annual affair*
' SEE you next month 1
THE MIUT-HI JACL BULLETIN
Minister Returns
The Reverend George Aso,
pastor of the Japanese Sev-
enth Day Adventist Church,
returned to Denver recently
following a month's evan-
gelistic campaign in Brit-
ish Columbia*
ARKANSAS VAUIY
JACL REOMANIZE
New*officers were elect-
ed for -the Arkansas Valley
JACL at a recent ^organi-
zational meeting held in La
Junta, Colorado*
They are Ugi Harada of
Rocky Ford, president; Ted
Maruyama of Las Animas, 1st
vice-president; Marie Naka-
yama of Rocky Ford, 2nd
vice-president; Harry Shi-
ronaka of Ordway, 3rd vice-
president; Alice Shiba of
rLas. Animas recording secre-
tary; Haruko Miyako of Las
Animas, corresponding sec-
retary; George Ushiyam of
Rocky Ford, treasurer; and
Elmo Sakai, of Las Animas
auditor*
C ounty representat ives
elected were: Henry Hirose,
Bent county with Frank Shi-
ba, alternate; George Naka-
yama, Otero county with Jim
Hiraki, alternate; and Sam
Maruyama, Crowley county
with Kat Akagi, alternate*
The newly elected cabi-
net was authorized to con-
duct an extensive member-
ship drive and draft a
constitution for the chap-
ter*
Fun Nits Success
The Greeley Nisei Home-
sters Club sponsored a
"fun night" recently. It
was reported to be a suc-
cess
OGDEN
SHOP
1306 OSDEN HE IftfaM
RECEIVES OAR
CITIZENSHIP AWARD
Singular honors for Ada
Jane Hashimoto were bestow-
ed by the Daughters of the
American Revolution recent-
ly when its citizenship
award was made at Highland
High School in Albuquerque*
Now in competition for
the state-wide DAR award,
she was selected over 300
senior girls in a school
enrolling some 1500 stu-
dents
Her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Hashimoto is the new Albu-
querque JACL chapter presi-
dent*
TOP BEETGROWERS
Four Japanese farmers
in the Brighton area were
recently named among the
high sugar befet producers
for 1953.
The top beet growers are
Kanichi Okada, Gene Sasa,
Roy M. Kishiyama, and Roy v.
Tani* * **
NAKAOKA JOINS
James Imatani, regional
chairman .. of the Mountain-
Plains JACL 1000 Club an-
nounced that Philip Nakaoka
of Denver has become the
45th member of the regional
1000 Club*
Imatani, requested any
public-spirited Nisei who
wished to contribute $25*00
annually to the National
JACL, in order to preserve
the national organization
and to aid the work of. ad-
vancing the welfare and in-
terests of persons of Japa-
nese ancestry in the U*S*,
to make their contribution
to the 1000 Club, thru him
personally or thru the Re-
gional JACL office, 1225-
20th Street, Denver 2, Colo.
Some girls aren't look-
ing for a perfect match.
They want a bon fire*
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ACCOUNTANT
GEORGE MITSUO KANEKO
2801 E. Colfax BU 1666 I
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DPS
US Air Force
F.E. HAYANO. DD8
2103 Larimer MA 94001
M1LT0M HAYANO. DPS
USllavy
MICHAEL T* HORI. DPS
1211 E. 18th AveCH 1617j
ITO DENTAL GROUP
830 18th St
T. Ito, DDS
S Ito, DDS
Y. Ito, DDS (USA
KE 8680.
TONY KAWANO DDS
1404 E. iSth Ave KE 3084 I

ROBERT MAYEDA, DDS
US Army
EC. K. MIYAMOTO. DDS
19*2 Larimer TA 4307.
GSMTA NAKAMURA* DDS
200 Interstate Trust 31dg*
TA 7598
INSURANCE
HENRY K. IMADA
4586 Lowell Blvd. GR 8413
SAM Y* MAT SUMO TO
Henderson, 6olo* AT 8-2536
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3211 Clayton FR 1065 j
LAWYERS
TOSH ANDO
US Array
TAKASHI MAYEDA. DDS
1942 Larimer
MINORU YASUI
AC 5315
1225 20th St* AL 7227
OPTOMETRISTS
BEN KATOBA. OP
1927 Larimer
MI SAP MATOBA. OP
KE 1941
Ft. Lupton, Colo
Lupton 89
PHYSICIANS
CHARLES FUJISAKI. MD
40 N. Main Brighton 418
1227 27th St KE 4590
ISAMU OZAMOTO. MD
301 Interstate Trust TA 1596
HOWARD SU2NAGA MD
830 ~18th St AC 1314
GEORGE TATSNO. 105
fsoIfetn st TA 0783
MAHITO UBA. DO
1230 list St KA 3743


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,-EAGE 4 THE MILS-HI JACL BULLETIN MARCH 1954
SUE MARUYAMA in a recent trip 'to Lbs Angeres net with
former Denverites to reminisce and catch up on the latest
gossip by the kitchen sink. They are left to right, LUCY
OSAJIliAj 3UE MARUYAMA, JOYCE AOCHI, NANCY NONAKA, JUNE
AOCHIj and. the former SUSIE YAMASHITA.
TANABE and HARRY and HELEN
February brought a tidal
wave of activity among va-
rious local groups among
which were the Benefit Chili
Supper on Sunday, February
21st at the California St.
Methodist Church, sponsored
by the Senior Girl Scout
Troop 178. Leader MARY KU-
RITANI, chairman for this
event, worked very hard to
make this a worthwhile pro-
ject which it well turned
out to be. Contributors to
the cause were T.K .PHARMACY,
KODY KODAMA, DICK YANASE*
TERRIE TAKAMINE, "GIRL SCOUT
MOTHERSj BOY SCOUT TROOP 38
and the CORNELIANS. The
program which followed the
supper had such talent as
ARABELLA TAFOYA, who pre-
sented two colorful, Spa-
nigh dances. RONNIE HECK, a
trombone solo, BENNY and
DONALD FURUTA, saxophone
solo, and that- slight of
hand artist, VERNON NAKBA
Another notable project
for February was the gay
jamboree staged by the Ca-
thay Post 185 members and
Ladies Auxiliary for Child
Welfare Benefit. Among
many who participated in
promoting this project and
making it a success v/ere
RUPE ARAI, JOHNNIE HAKASKI-
HA, SAM MOMII, SHIG M0RI5KI-
GE, SHIG TERAJI j BEN MURA-
KAMI, HELEN NAKASHIKA, RUTH
KAMIBAYASHI, CHIYO OKI.DA j
LILLIAN YAMAMOTO.
In the "Hearts and Flo-
wers Department we were
surprised (?) when MR. and
MRS. E. HAYASHI of North
Platte, Nebraska announced
the engagement of their
daughter, RUBY, to RUPERT
ARAI at a dinner at the Ca-
thay Post on St. Valentine* 8
eve with immediate members
of both families attending.
This officially deletes
RUPE from our list of eli-
gibles.
Speaking of "eligibles"
hows come two such prizes
as GECRGE MASUNAGA and
GEORGE NAGAI are still foot
and fancy free?
St. Valentine's Day was
chosen as the day for
baby shower for MARY AR1KI.
The party was hostessed by
Mesdames NOBI TSUKIJI, MA-
CHXKO ESHIMA, KATE and LILY
ARUCI Among guests were
NORI TSUTSfltt, ESTHER IV7AHA-
SHIj HARK TSUTSUI, SUSIE
KOISHI, SUSIE INAI, CYNTHIA
HIRAMIj CLARA SHINDO, PEARL
KUWABARA, MASA KURODA, NOBI
NAGASHIMA, MRS. NAGASHIKA *
and YOSIII MIZOUE.
Packing up and heading
west back to good ole Cal-
ifornia way is RUBY OKUBO.
Can't say we blame you,
RUBY!
A mishap at Vinter Park
resulted in a broken limb
for ski master TOM HAKAl -f
currently recuperating in
St. Anthony's Hospital.
Unlucky TOMMY whose right
leg was broken in another
skiing accident last season
is wearing a cast on his
left leg now.
Rushing the season at
City Park's tennis courts
were MAY KUKAGAI and MARY
FUNAKOSHI, We didn't say
they were playing tennisi
Approximately 50 women
were in attendance at the
recent Cornelians sponsored
cooking demonstration at
the. CSME church to observe
Chef BEN FURUTA prepare a
favorite-dish of the Nisei,
almond duck.
KISH and AIKO OTSUKA on
a recent visit to Denver
revealed that the Sedgwick
young people's group had
sponsored a chow mein din-
ner for the benefit of the
Buddhist church building
fund. More than 200 persons
supported the community
project.
Participating in the an-
nual University of Colorado
medical school junior class
play, Deja Vu, was ALBERT
NODA. Among those who were
in the audience observing
the antics of the young
medics were DON and ROSE
KURACHI,
A bouncing 6 lb baby boy
was a recent arrival in the
home of SEIZO and MARY Y0-
KOOJI of Ft. Lupton.
Leaving the Denver scene
on Aprii 2nd to make their
home in Seattle are the TOM
TSUKIJIS and daughter, KAREN
and son, DARRELL. TOM, who
has been with the local Re-
clamation Bureau, has ac-
cepted a position with Boe-
ing Aircraft as an aeronau-
tical engineer. Good luckl
and don't forget to come
back soon....
on a vacation jaunt thru
Texas up to Los Angeles
show no signs of returning
for a while. This trip com-
bines business with'plea-
sure.
The HARRY ARIEIS and fam-
ily, MICHAEL and WESLEY
left March 12th to week end
in Cheyenne with MR, and
MRS. HARRY SKXBA, Inciden-
tally, LILY and SUSIE' TSU-
TSUI have been performing
their inimitable presenta-
tions of nihon odori at
such fashionable gatherings
as the party ELEANORS WECK-
BAUGH staged in early Feb.
Our sincere sympathy to
the KIMURA family on the
passing of their husband
and father, MR. S. KIMURA.
HANK and HISAKO KIMURA, for-
merly of Denver and now re-
sidents of San Mateo, Cali-
fornia, have been visiting
the family.
ETHEL and DICK YANASE
have dated the stock for
late fall.
' We're happy to hear that
GRACE NOGUCHI is recuperat-
ed from an unhappy case of
the mumps contracted from
daughter, LYNN........ditto
little IRIS YASUI who had
the chickennox.
TERRY and KODY KODAMA
who left in early February
Return postage guaranteed Sec. 3b.66, P. L. £ R.
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