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VOLUME IX HUMBER 5
D3HVER* COLORADO
MAY-JUKE 1954
fttCOfcNlTloN SUPPER.
HONOR NEW US CITIZENS
Twenty Issei of the Brighton area are shown here with
naturalization officials during the ceremonies at which
they became American citizens*
TWENTY ADAMS COUNTY ISSEI
BECOME AMERICAN CITIZENS
In one of the most im-
pressive naturalization ce-
remony ever to take place
in Adams county, twenty Is-
seis of the .Brighton area
became citizens of the Uni-
ted States.
Judge Christian. D. Ston-
er administered the oath of
MEMORIAL bay rites
HONOR WAR DEAD
The Nisei war dead and
all those who have passed
on before were honored by
the Japanese community of-.',
Denver at Memorial Day ser- .
vices held at the Califor-
nia Street Methodist church
on May 31.
The Cathay Post cooper-
ated with the lvlile-Hi JACL
in sponsoring the annual
services which are held al-
ternately between the CSMC
and the Buddhist church.
The Reverend George Uye-
mura conducted the services
and Sam Matsumoto, Mlile-Hi
JACL president, spoke to
the assembled group. Don
Furuta rendered a trombone
solo and Grace Kawakami was
the organist. Haruko Koba-
yashi was the general chair-
man for the occasion,
ENDOWMENT FUND
Add i tio n al donations
this post month have hiked
the total amount of contri-
butions to the national
JACL Endowment Fund to over
;76f700.
allegiance after Question-
ing the candidates briefly.
Those who were awarded
their naturalization certi-
ficates were John T. Ilorie,
Kume Furuta, Matsue Murata,
Toi Morimitsu, Sada Sato,
Kiku Tanaka, Haki Miyamoto,
Sachi Sonoda, Mata Tashiro,
Sen Hishinuma, Roy Kishiya-
ma,. Kita Hiyama, Yone Kishi-
yama, John T. Hiura, Hiaano
Salcaguchi, Misao Sato, ITaka
Kurachi, Aki Kizunaga, Sada
Ibata and Yoshi Shibao.
Roy Mayeda and Henry Ko-
: rimitsu were part of the
VF7T color guard that posted
the colors as the prelude
to the occasion.
SERVICE AWWASTO
CATHAY LE6I0NNAMB
The Cathay American Le-
gion Post 185 presented a-
wards for meritorious serv-
ice to six members at a
recognition award dinner
held at the My-O-My Supper
Club in Derby.
The honored legionnaires
were George Suyehiro, Jack
Ishida, Sam Momii, Jim Oki-
da and John Nakashima.
The Post also presented
honorary life memberships
to 7 local citizens. They
were Zensuke Kanegaye, Har-
ry G. Matoba, Min Yasui,
Bill Kosokava, Albert Noda,
Sam Kumagai and Frank Tamu-
ra.
The iiile-TTi JACL chapter
has completed tentative
plans to honor all Issei
who have recently become
nevrly naturalized U.?>. ci-
tizens at a pot-luck supper
and .ceremony to be held in
the main auditorium of the
YvCA, 1545 Tremont Place,
Denver, Colorado, on Friday
evening, June 25th.
John Sakayama, program
chairman, will be in charge
of the evening with Ethel
Y-nase.and Kana Yorimoto of
Denver; and Rose Tanabe of
Brighton making arrangement
for the supper.
Dick Yanase will be mas-
ter of ceremonies for the
program following the sup-
per. Babe Takeoka of the
Cathay Post of the American
Legion will be in charge of
the color guard. Following
the pledge of allegiance,
Hiss Haney Sogi will lead
the audience in the Nation-
al Anthem.
Official greetings will
be extended by state and lo-
cal officials, followed by
MIIE-HI CHAPTER
NEAR NEW RECORD
Fumi Katagiri, member-
ship chairman for the Kile-
Hi JACL, announced that as
of. Hay 31 the local chapter
had 574 members signed up
for the 1954 drive. This
is just short of the 1953
record of 588 members.
Anyone wishing to sign
up for JACL membership can
contact any membership so-
licitor, or drop by the
JACL office, 1225 20th 3t.,
Denver, Colorado.
NISEI IS PRESIDENT
OF BRIGHTON ACC
Seiji Horiuehi, :roung
Brighton businessman, was
recently elected president
of the Brighton Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Horiuehi, an active mem-
ber of the Mile-Hi JACL, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bungo Horiuehi of Brighton.
the Brighton JAA preside)!
Harry Sakata, Mil,e-Hi JAC
president Sam Y. Matsumoto,
and regional JACL represen-
tative Min Yasui.
After responses from the
newly-naturalized citizens
Fumi Katagiri and Florence
Uyeda, local chapter offi-
cers, will present .American
flag, lapel pins to the Is-
sei.
After the program, there
will be movies for the Is-
sei,, and an informal dance
for June graduates in the
main auditorium of the YVCA
commencing at about 9:00 p.
m.
TANABES WIN
BRIDGE TOURNEY
Rose and Don Tanabe were
winners of the 2nd annual
open pairs duplicate bridge
Tournament Director TOSH
ANDO, right, presents gold
cups to DON and ROSE TANABE.
tournament sponsored by the
Mile-Hi JACL bridge club on
April 30, at th.e residence
of Dr, and Mrs. T. K. Koba-
yashi. Thirty-two persons
participated in the tour-
nament.
Evelyn Suyehiro and wil-
lie Hasegawa were second,
followed by Fumi & Ken Yabe
The Yanases were fourth,
with the Matsumctos placing
fifth.
NICC DANCE
The NICC will honor re-
gional college graduates at
a dance to be held at the
YVCA on Friday, June 4. The
sports affair will begin at
9s00 P.M.
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BAGE 2
THE KILE-HI JACL BULLETIN
YePaexySsz
SAM Y. MATSUMOTO
THANK YOU.
While yours truly and fa-
mily were enjoying a short
vacation mixed with a little
business, John Sakayama, my
good friend and a capable
vice president took over the
chores of writing this co-
lumn. Many thanks to you,
John, for a fine job.
MEMBER 51 IP
The membership drive is
practically completed and I
have .the very pleasant pri-
vilege of reporting to you
that the number has skyrock-
eted to about 590# Fund
Katagiri, our membership
chairman has done a marve-
lous job* She assured me
that the total will be 600
by the time this Bulletin is
in your hands. If we reach
the 600 mark, it will be the
first time in the local chap-
ter*s history that this Has
been accomplished*
My sincere thanks and ap-
preciation to each and every
one of you for renewing your
membership with the Mile-Hi
JACL* I am especially grate-
ful to those of you who join-
ed for the first time, mak-
ing it possible for our or-
ganization to grow into one
of the largest chapters in
the U.S.
JACL STILL NECESSARY
The interest and support
in the JACL has been kept
remarkably high, despite the
fact that there is a feeling
among many of us that the
big job of the JACL has been
accomplished. It is true
that we have gone a long ways
since the end of World War
II Two of the most out-
standing achievements were
the passage of the Evacua-
tion Claims Act and the Im-
migration and Naturalization
Act* However, there will
always be problems arising
for Japanese Americans for
Which we must be prepared so
that we will not be caught
MAY-JUNE 1954
"FAULT OF THE FIRE DEPT?
Prior to December 7, 1941, persons of Japanese ances-
try in America believed themselves to be secure* The ji-
panese American Citizens League was considered by many an
excuse for older Nisei to prolong an adolescence long
past under the cloak of respectability and high sounding
phrases* The motives of its leaders were questioned, and
the great majority of the Nisei refused to join or main-
tained a studied indifference to its program*
Came Pearl Harbor with only a few thousand listed as
members of the JACL* Within two months the national mem-
bership soared to 18,000* Those who had scoffed hereto-
fore, rushed to join as if clutching at the last straw
before an impending doom*
No major fires* the preceding years had lulled them
into a sense of false security* "A fire can xever happen
in our village, nor can it hurt us," they said, deriding
the efforts of the older, wiser heads to establish an ef-
fective fire department. "Besides," they added, "Ve are
fireproofed and individually protected". The plea of
JACL leaders to join in a program of fire prevention and
move to extinguish smaller blazes before they broke out
into major conflagrations went unheeded*
Came the holocaust, and the shabby fire department
with its hand drawn cart and single hose proved pitifully
inadequate despite the heroic efforts of its regular crew*
Nor could the mass of last-minute volunteers be organize!,
for despite their inexperience they thought themselves to
be wiser than the older heads. And their homes and barns
were consulted and almost everything therein* But in their
foolish pride they complained bitterly, "*Twas the fault
Of the fire department"!
--from a National JACL public information brochure
short a^Tewer^^urln^TB?
evacuation in 1942*
ISSEI CITIZENS
The Isseis are receiving
their citizenship in increas-
ing numbers and majority of
them are joining the JACL*
We appreciate the interest
they have taken in our orga-
nization, and I should like
to take this opportunity to
thank them for their support
and extend my cong refla-
tions for attaining this new
stature as citizens of this
wonderful country of ours*
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES
On Monday, May 31, our
chapter will hold Memorial
Day Services jointly with
the Cathay Post* Haruko Ko-
bayashi has been selected
general chairman for this
SAnual event which will be
eld at the California Street
Methodist Church*
A special invitation is
extended to those who lost
friends and relatives is
World War II and in the Ko-
rean War*
M050KAWA SPEAKS
BILL HOSOKAWA, editor of
the Denver Post*s Empire
magazine, will be the .fea-
tured speaker at a dinner
meeting of the C o lorado
chapter of the Sigma Delta
Chi, professional journal-
ism fraternity, on May 27.
GOLF SEMI FINALISTS
Mile-Hi Golf club's an-
nual Match .Play found the
following members in the
semifinal round. DR. GENTA
NAKAMURA, SEICIII 1TAJCBA, BOB
MIYAMOTO and GEORGE FUJIKO-
TO.
OGDEN
BODY SHOP
1306 OSDEN Ke> 3ftfaH
I tarry's jjf
Flower Shop
I sit rr. ew m* sen*
mm RELIABLE
I I* V PRESCRIPTIONS
AL 5 V62S Z700LMBL
of the early fishing season'
is BEN YAKAKISHIs 5 pound'
6 ounce rainbow caught on a
minnow at one of the Red
Feather lakes*
The Nisei Mixed Summer
Bowling league will begin
on Mgy 26 at the Bowl-Mor
Lanes*
The Denver Nisei base-
ball nine began another
season in the Metropolitan
League on Sunday* May 30,
at the Welton park*
Four Nisei softball teans
will appear in the City*
TAY KONDO was elected
president of the womens
division of the Denver Nisei
Bowling Association* Other
officers of the 1954 -1955
season are: MATS ITO, vice-
president; BETTY KAWANO,
treasurer; H IROKO ASANO,
secretary; and JUNE TAJiURA,
publicity*
Competing in the City
Softball Leagues top cir-
cuit will be the Granada
Sharks, entered in the Na-
tional division. This year
the Sharks include a number
of non-Nisei.in the line-up
The winter season of the
Denver Nisei Bowling 3e agile
ended with the crowning of
tHe Blossom Shop quintet as
champions of the mens di-
vision and the Ruby Drug
gals earning the title in
the women's division*
Members of the champion-
shin teams are; Blossom
Shop: AKIE KITASHIKA, KAYO
OTAGURA, KEN KATSUDA, SHIG
K0RI3HIGE and SAM OTA. Ruby
Drug: MARY HIGA, 31ARY IDA,
ALIOS 1TI3KIMOTO, EVELYN OTA
and DELORES XIYOTA.
New president of the
Denver Nisei Bowling Asso-
ciation is WILLIE TTAS3GAVA.
His cabinet includes: F./AO
FISHIJ'AVA, secretary and
JIM OTA, treasurer.
Published monthly by the Mile
Hi chapter of the Japanese Amer-
ican Citizens League, 1225 20th j
Street, Denver 2, Colorado*
Telephone: AL 5-7227
Editor: Ben Miyahara
Business Manager: Sam Kumagai
Staff: Betty Kanegaye, Haruko j
Kobayashi, Mari Mlzoue, Helen {
Nakashina, Haney Sogi, Evelyn
Suyehiro, Larry Tajiri, Michi j
Feraji, Shig Teraji and Florence! I


MAY-JUNE 1954
THE MILE-HI JACL "BULLETIN
PAGE'3
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MAY seems to be the
month for Hawaii, what with
the colorful Luau at CU and
the Lei Dance at CSCE. Both
events were beautifully and
exotically decorated with
coconut "trees", plumerias,
other lovely tropical flow-
ers and ti leaves. Aloha
shirts, muu muus, sarongs
and bright costumes gave
additional color and atmos-
phere. DOLLY PARAGOSO.Was
crowned queen of the Lei
Dance while GRACE TAKASHIRO
and AUDREY LEONG served as
attendants to the queen.
By the way JAY MEGIA is the
new' prexy of the Hawaiian
Club at the Greeley insti-
tution. ..... .The delightful
and fascinating native
dances performed at Manual
High school by the talented
Islanders from BYU was some
thing out of the ordinary
for us "kotonks" Dances
done to the accompaniment
of chanting and the beat of
drums, and the Use of rocks
and bamboos rather than the
usual hip-swinging hula we
are accustomed to, were ex-
ecuted with form and grace.
THE YOUNGER SET......The
Nisei and Sansei at Manual
High School are an active
group. DON FURUTA was e-
lected Head Boy and HAROLD
FUKUHARA was vot$d. to the
presidency of the senior
class in the. recent school
election at the "melting
pot".....Scholastically the
younger generation are still
making a favorable impres-
sion as evidenced by the
honors and awards they have
received...IRENS YAKADA was
awarded a scholarship to
Wellesley College, YOKO
IWAHASHI won the joint honor
or scholarship to Colorado
University and ELEANOR KU-
SAKA received a cash award
for her scholastic prowess
from Sears Roebuck. Con-
gratulations to alii
CONGRATULATIONS are also
in order for FLORENCE UYEDA
and JAYNE FUJITA,vice-pres-
ident and secretary, re-
spectively, Alpha Iota Pi,
national honorary chemistry
society.at DU.........SALLY
NISHIMURA, DU sophomore,
who has become an active
member of Zeta Phi Eta.*
honorary speech society....
The latest TV star's include
Colorado School of Mines
students TQM LEE of Boston
and STAN GIMA of Hilo, Ha-
waii, who. appeared on PETE
SMYTHEs "Tincup, Colorado,"
television show. Their ju-
do performance was being
advertised as one of the
highlites of. the "One World
Fiesta"
KAYRENE IWATA, formerly
of La Salle, is the first
Nisei to be appointed to
the faculty of the Fort Lup-
ton elementary school *
JEANETTE KOSHIO, BERNICE
KOSHIO, and TED MITAMURA
served as attendants to the
photographer are AGEES SU-
YEHIRO, FUZZY YASUBA, MAR-
GUERITE SHIBATA and 'MARI
MIZOUE.____________________
King-and ^ueen at the Juni-
or-Senior Prom held at the
Fort Lupton high school.
JOYCE SAWAMURA and JUNE
MATSUDA of the Senior Girl
Scout Troop 718 of Denver
were among the 500 dele-
gates assembled for the
regional Girl Scout conven-
tion held in Casper, Vyo.
COMING EVENTS......Don11
miss "A Stairway to the
Stars", dance being present-
ed by the NICC in honor of
the college graduates. The
informal social will take
place on the 4th of June at
the YWCA, 1545 Tremont PI.,
fourth floor. The admis-
sion is only 75£ and the
fun will last from 9*00 to
12t00 midnight. "Stag or
Drag" everyone is invited.
jo.rm
n
Milt-Hi JACl
GRANADA 1uksftju£m
MARKET "
-JwiutJrv-fond
HI HW> lina LAMREMCE ST.
Nisei INTERPRETERS
AID aiaturauzat/on
To expedite naturaliza-
tion processing for, Issei
applicants for citizenship
in the Denver area, 10 pub-
lic spirited Nisei have
volunteered their services
to' the Immigration and Nat-
uralization service office*
They include Mrs. Noboru
Tsunoda, John Sakayama, Sam
Matsumoto, Henry Imada, Ka-
na Yorimoto, Peggy Mikuni,
Mitsu Matsuda, Henry Suzuki,
The Reverend George Uyemura
and Ray Tani.
FORT LUPTON JACL
INCREASES MEMBERSHIP
Mary Fujii, correspond-
ing secretary of the Ft.
Lupton chapter reported
that the Ft. Lupton chapter
now has a total of 114 mem-
bers contrasting'to 92 mem-
bers in 1953.
Sam Koshio, president of
the Ft. Lupton chapter,
pointed out that they have
19 Issei as active members,
as a result of naturaliza-
tion as American citizens.
It was hoped that a special
Issei program within the
JACL framework could .be
worked out in order to con-
tinue the influence of such
Issei leaders within their
community.
JACLTO PARTICIPATE IN
HUMAN RELATIONS SUNCY
The Mile Hi JACL has
been invited to participate
in a proposed inventory of
human relations for the
city of Denver by Mayor
Quigg Newton.
Nisei who have been per-
sonally. invited are: The
Reverend Waichi Oyanagi,
Yu taka Terasaki, Mary Naka-
mura, Pat Hirami and Sam Y.
Matsumoto
DUMttTE 0R|(6£
Mary Nakamura and Dr.
Mike Uba teamed to win the
last Mile-Hi JACL duplicate
bridge tournament held at
the Yasui residence on May
14. Ethel Yanas e and Ben
Miyahara were second, and
Haruko Kobayashi and Amy
Miiira placed third.
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DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DPS
jJS Air Force
F.E. HAYANO. DPS
2103 Larimer 1 MA 3-9400
MILTON HAYANO. DPS
US lavy
MICHAEL T. HORI, DPS
12li E. 18th Ave CH~4-1617
ITO DENTAL GROUP
830 18th St KE 4-8680
T. Ito, DDS
3* Ito, DDS
1 Y. Ito, DDS
TONY KAWANO. DDS
1404 E. 18th Ave KE 4-3084
ROBERT MAYEDAi DDS.
300 Interstate Trust Bldg.
TAKASHI MAYEDA. DDS
US Army ----
K. K, MIYAMOTO. DDS
19^2 Larimer TA* 5-4307
GEITTA NAKAMURA. DDS
200 Interstate Trust Bldg
TA 5-7598
INSURANCE
HENRY K. 1IAPA
4588 Lowell Blvd;GR 7-8413
SAM Y. MATSUMOTO
Henderson, Colo. AT 8-2536
JI'-TZO NODA
3*11 Clayton FR 7-1065
LAWYERS
TOSH ANDO
1942 Larimer AC 2-5315
MINORU YASUI
1225 20th St. AL 5-7227
OPTOMETRISTS
BEIT MATOBA. OP
1927 Larimer KE 4-1941
MISAO MATOBA. OP
Ft .lupton, Colo.
Lupton 89
PHYSICIANS
CHARLES FUJISAKI. MD
40 N. Main Brighton 418
T. K. KOBAYASHI. MD
1227 27th St.KE 4-4590
ISAMU OZAMOTO. MD
301 Interstate Trust
TA 5-159'6
HOWARD SUENAGA. MD
^30 18th St AC 2-1314
GEORGE TAONO. MD
830 18th St ta 5-0783
MAHITO UBA. DO
1230 21st St MA 3-3743
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Pfefk-a-bed?
Welcome home, soldier!
CORPORA! PAUL "BUGS" FUKUMA
after two years duty with
the US Army returned home
to his wife SUMIKO* and
daughter PAMELA, whom he
has never seen* "BUGS'' is
a Bronze' Star winner having
earned the award during
his tour of duty in the
Korean campaign.
MR. and MRS. GEORGE FUKUMA,
parents of PAUL FUKUMA, are
Looking very "chic" in
their Easter bonnets are
ALICE KUHAGAI, HARU TANAKA
. and BETTY KANEGAYE.
MRS. JOHN MATSUNO and MRS.
SEIJI HORIUCHI, refreshment
chairmen; MRS. BILL SATO,
publicity 'director; and.
MRS. FRANK NAKATA, welfare
director.
DORIS YAMADA; whose en-
gagement to -DON YAGI was
revealed recently,- was hon-
ored at an afternoon sur-
prise shower at the home of
MRS. JERRY MURAlCAMI. The
hostesses were Mes dames
ALKO SUZUKI; TAMIKO SUZUKI,
ETHEL YANARU and. CHICKI
OZAWA. The guests included
Mesdames HARUKO YAGI, FLOR-
ENCE LI; KIYOKO OKURA, MIL-
LIE KIYOTAKE-, SHIZUKO YAMA-
DA; T.- SUZUKI and MISSES
MARI FUKUHARA; NANCY SOGI,
DORIS SOGI; HITOMI YAMAGU-
CHI, GRACE YANARU, PEARL
KUWABAIU, CLARA SHINDO and
HELEN OKUBO.
CLARA TAKAHASHI was a ^
candidate for the "queen of
Trays" contest held by the
Regular Veterans Associa-
tion at the Shirley Savoy
Hotel, She represented the
Lotus Room of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Post #1,
planning a trip to Japan m
June combining b us iness
vith-pte'asure-.
Little folks, well and
endet|f. NORMA JEAN GOTO,
daughter of NORMAN; and JEAN
GOTO' haa recovered from a
painful escperPence with a
washing machine wringa*.
MASTERS MICHAEL and. WESLEY
ARIKI, sons of LILY and
HARRY ARIKI, feel much bet-
ter after a deluxe bout
with measles.
Strange things are hap-
pening! Hammerl hammerl
Who s got the hammer t Van-
dals smashed the windshields
of 6 automobiles owned by
Nisej. attending the dupli-
cate bridge tournament at
the T. K. KOBAYASHI resi-
dence. The unlucky victims
were HENRY KATGUMOTO, DR.
CHILI FUJISAKI, GEORGE HA-
SUNAGA, DICK YANASE, SHIG
TERAJI and AMY MIURA.
New president of the
Brighton Nisei Women's club
is MRS. ROY MAYEDA. Other
officers includes MRS. SAM
CHIKUMA, vice president;
YASUKO TASHIRO, recording
secretary; MRS. TOSH TASHI-
RO, corresponding secretary;
MRS. KAY SAKAGUCHI, treas-
urer; MRS. EDDIE OKADA, pro-
gram chairman; MRS. MIKE
TASHIRO and MRS. DENNIS T0-
KUNAGA, social chairmen;
Welcoming visitors to
their new home at 3055 Mil-
waukee are OSKI and GLADYS
TANIWAKI.
MRS; TATSUNO OKA of Den-
ver announced the engage*
ment of her daughter, GRACE*
to MALCOIM D. LATHAM.
MY MIURA, HARUKO KOBA-
YASHI; VIOLET NISHIMURA and
FUMI OTSUKI were hostesses
at a surprise bridal shower
for DOROTHY NAKAGAWA recent-
ly. The bride-elect is the
fiancee of CLEMENT deHAAS
of Holland.
Another of our pretty
lassies has heeded Horace
Greeley's advice to Go West
SUE MARUYAMA has deserted
us for the.bright lights of
Los Angeles.. Good Luck,
Sue we'll miss you.
Altho she appears to be
choking EVELYN SUYEHIRO is
merely adjusting her scarf
for the photographer.
SUZANNE INAI vasKthe ho-
nored guest at a bridal
shower given by friends at
the home of MARGUERITE SHI-
BATA recently. Hostesses
for the occasion were FUZZY
YASUDA; AGNES SUYEHIRO, YO-
SHI MIZOUE, MARGUERITE SHI-
BATA and LILLIAN NODA.
Dating the stork for De-
cember are SHIG and MICHI
TERAJI. Also infanticipat-
ing in the Fall are SHUN
and SANDY WAKAYAMA.
SAM KUMAGAI has jt 't re-
turned from a quick t \ to
Lansing to pick up a v-iand
new Oldsmobile Super 88 for
ALICE.
MARTHA TANDA is one gal
with lots of will power and
perseverance Wait til
you see her and you'll know
what I mean.
NANCY SOGI looks none
the worse for her siege of
surgery She wouldn't show
us the scar so we can't
tell you about that.
Congratulations to JEAN
FUJIMOTO who's been elected
to head the Cornelians this
coming year. Other cabinet
officers are: M^SAKO FURUTA,
V.Pres.; KIYO HANAKURA,. re-
cording Secretary; CAROL
TANAKA, carres..Secretary;.
ETHEL YANASE, treasurer '
SHIG TERAJI'S father is
recuperating at home fol-
lowing a short stint at the
hospital.
HARU TANAKA spent a week-
end at Colorado Soriqgs, at-
WILLIE and SADAKO HASS-
GAWA are delighted to have
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BULLETIN photographer.
tending an X-ray "Convention.
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DR, MUCH UBA and his mo-
ther have returned after a
three weeks vacation in Ja-
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