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VOLUME IX HUMBER 8
OCTOBER 1954
JACL TO SPONSOR
"UGETSlf AT THfc VOGUt
Since the wax, five Japa-
nese films have won grand
prizes at International Film
Festivals in Cannes, France
and Venice, Italy* "Rasho-
mon" was the first to he
shown in the U.S., and now
"Ugetsu" is the second.
Thru the courtesy of Al-
berta Pike Boyd of the
Vogue Art Cinema, the Mile-
Hi JACL will sponsor the
showing of "Ugetsu" for two
weeks, from Nov* 18 thru
Dec* 2, 1954 in Denver.
NewYcAftt £ve Bau.
Set Foa Albany Hotel
John Sakayama, program
chairman for the Mile- Hi
JACL,announced that the an-
nual Recognitions Dinner
and Inaugural Ball of the
local JACL will be held on
New Year's Eve Dec* 31,1954
at the Albany Hotel. The
dance will be held In the
Cathedral Room of the Alba-
ny.
In connection with the
New Year's eve festivities.
Finance Chairman Willie Ea-
segawa announced that a lo-
cal chapter benefit will be
held, with a first prize of
a round trip air ticket to
Miami, Florida, via Chicago
for some lucky winner.Other
valuable prizes, including
a Bulova wrist-watch, G.E.
clock radio, automatic
toaster, will be given away
at the dance.
Pictured here are 54 of the 82 Issei honored at a supper program sponsored by the
Mile-Hi JACL. More than 200 people gathered at the YWCA on June 25 to honor the
newly naturalized US citizens* Additional copies of this group picture is available
.from Tom Kasamori, 5335 E* Colfax Ave., Denver*
MX PLAINS JACL
BOWLING TOURNEY
NOVEMBER 27-28
Dick Yanase, athletic
chairman for the Mile-Hi
JACL, announced that the
second annual Mountain
Plain* JACL Bowling Tourna-
ment will be held in Denver
on Thanksgiving weekend,
November 27 and November 28.
All interested bowlers,
particularly those out of
town, were urged to get in
touch with Dick Yanase, 849
S0. Quieto Ct., W 5-5293,
or the JACL Office, 1225 -
20th Street, Al 5-7227, for
further information concern-
ing the tournament*
POT LOCK DIMMER.
RECEPTION TO HONOR ISSN CITIZENS
Guests at the '/ile-'-'i JACL sponsored Issei citizens
reception at tho YWCA on June 25 included, left to right,
Mayor Charles Montandon of Brighton, State Attorney Gen-
eral Dulce w. Dunbar, Master of Ceremonies Dick Yanase
and State Welfare Director Guy H. Justis.
Sam Y, Matsumoto, presi-
dent of the Mile-Hi JACL,
announced that the local
chapter will sponsor a pot-
luck dinner and program to
honor newly-naturalized Is-
sei citizens in the Denver
metropolitan area on Friday
October 29, at the YWCA.
Tak Terasaki will head
the affair as general chair-;
Bripcc Fans Invitsp
Tb DufLICRTE IOORN2Y
Haruko Kobayashi, chair-
man of the Mil e TIi JACL
"Bridge Club, announced that
plans for a duplicate
bridge tournament and mid-
night buffet have been com-
pleted for Friday evening,
October 15, at the Kobaya-:
shi residence, 455 Forest
Street, Denver*
All members, and inter-
ested bridge fan3, are cor-
dially invited to attend*
Reservations, in order to
arrange for food and for
partners, should be made
with Doris Matsumoto, At 8-
2536.
Sam Matsumoto will act as
tournament director and
will arrange partners if re-
quested. Prizes will be giv-
en to tournament winners.
Dorothy Uchida will be in
charge of the midnight buf-
fet, and refreshments will
be furnished by the club.
man, assisted by John^aka-
yama as program chairmen,
Dorothy Uchida as fcfod
chairman, and ^lllle Hase-
gawa in charge of general
arrangements*
The dinner will be held
at 6*00 p.m., followed by a
program at 7*30 p.m., with
the Cathay American Legion
Post, headed by Commander
Babe Takeoka, participating
in the Nisei Soldiers Mem-
orial ceremonites. Greeting
and felioltations will be
extended to Issei guests,
and gold American flag lapel
pins will be presented to
fell newly-naturalized Issei
citizens.
Following the Issei re-
ception program,the chapter
will conduct a brief busi-
ness meeting,with political
information concerning the
November elections offered
by speakers from the Repu- .
bilean and Democratic cam-
paign headquarters.
Entertainment and pro-
grams will* be offered for
children, as well as for a-
dult Nisei and Issei,in or-
der to make the affair a
family night*
IGUCHIS DONATE
Mr. and Mrs .M. Iguchi of
Denver contributed $131*45
to the National JACL Endow-
ment Fund, in appreciation
for the National JACL work
in connection with payment
of evacuation claims*


PAGE 2
THE MILE-HI JACL BULLETIN
OCTOBER 1954
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The Bulletin has taken a
Bhort Summer vacation and
now we hope to place a few
issues into your hand Be-
fore the year is out* Its
regrettable that we were un-
able to continue with the
Summer months, but the time
involved for our hard work-
ing Editor, Ben Miyahara,
and the expense required
made it more practical to
discontinue publication for
a few months*
NATIONAL CONVENTION
I hope that all of you
enjoyed a pleasant summer
and those of you who were
fortunate enough to take
vacations had a memorable
and enjoyable one. There
were many of us from this
area that attended the
National JACL Convention
held in Los Angeles the
early part of September*
That was one to be remem-
bered*
The convention was a suc-
cessful one in every res-
pect and probably the most
elaborate in the history of
^the JACL. Since the Mile-
Hi JACL is planning a gen-
eral meeting the latter
part of this* month to give
you a detailed report of
the convention, I wont go
into any details at the pre-
sent time*
INCREASE MEMBERSHIP PEES
However, there is one
thing I think that should
be mentioned now; and that
is the membership dues for
the Kile-Hi Chapter will
have to be raised* The rea-
son for this is that the
National JACL has increased
the amount we are required
to pay into its treasury
per member* Heretofore we
have been contributing^.50
per member to the National*
Hereafter each chapter will
be paying §2*00 per member*
So you can see that our
chapter keeps a very small
portion of the fees we col-
lect from you as members*
WHAT DOES THE JACL DO?
PROTECTS the interests of persons of Japanese ancestr5
through proper representation co officials and through
the courts.
PROMOTES good citizenship. Eighty four chapters serve as
effective channels for the wider participation of Japan-
ese Americansin the life of their respective communities.
PROTESTS acts of discrimination against persons of Japan-
ese ancestry as attacks against the unity of America*
NotutmTo Head
Nominations Commute*
John T* Noguchi, former
chapter president,will head
the nominations committee
for the Mile-Hi JACL, as-
sisted by Toshio Ando, Tak
Ter&saki, Sam Y# Metsumoto,
and Bess Shiyomura, to se-
lect candidates for 1955
officers of the local JACL*
PUBLICIZES the facts about Japanese Americans and thereby
promotes goodwill in their behalf.
PARTICIPATES with other groups.in facing the total prob-
lem of racial minorities in America.
PRESSES for remedial and corrective legislation to insure
equal treatment for al'l Americans..
PERFORMS a multitude of personal services in behalf of
persons of Japanese ancestry.
The committee announced
that suggestions concerning
candidates would be gladly
received by any member of
the committee* Nominations
will be accepted by Chairman
Noguchi, 2219 W. 28th Ave*,
Gr 7-6014,until October 29,
1954,when the local chapter
will conclude nominations
at the general meeting sche-
duled at the YWCA.
PUBLISHES the Pacific Citizen which reflects the aspira-
tions, the activities and the progress of Japanese Ameri-
cans^^________________________,
Nisei On Human Relations Survey.,
activities of "hate mongers
and denial of civil rights*
As a part of the survey
on human relations inDenver
the local JACL is cooperat-
ing in compiling data con-
cerning discriminations in
Public housing* Leonard
ampbell,former city attor-
ney, acted as temporary
chairman for the public ac-
comodations section.
Further the local JACLis
cooperating In the study of
housing discriminations with
Dr* 0* L. Hawkins acting as
temporary chairman to study
housing discriminations a-
gainst Latln-American, Ne-
groes, Japanese, Jews and
Indians,with particular em-
phasis upon racial restric-
tive practices*
A study is now being con-
ducted on antl-democratic
behavior and the extent of
crease will be verj* small,
perhaps.50^ more per member.
So I hope you will all res-
pond to the next years mem-
bership drive as well as you
did this year*
GENERAL MEETING
Dont forget our general
meeting this month. We will
have a potluck supper for
our new Issei citizens and
at the same time a politi-
cal rally with .representa-
tives from the two parties*
There will also be a varie-
ty of entertainment for
everyone after the meeting*
The JACL office, 1225 -
20th Street,'telephone AL 5.
7227 requests any reports of
any incident involving dis-
crimination's to be made for
the purpose of compiling
such a report*
MINYASUI CITED
BY URBAN LEAGUE
The Urban League- of Den-
ver presented *5 Year Ser-
vice* pins to a dozen local
leaders active in the Urban
League movement* The ser*
vice pins were authorizedby
the National Urban League
Headquarters in New York,
and were presented byLester
Granger, executive director
of the National organiza-
tion*
Among those receiving a-
wards was Min Yasui, local
Nisei attorney, who served
two years as secretary, and
three years as board member*
hnv, OGDEN
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11306 OGDEN Kf 4
Kerrys ^
Flower Shop
Sll -IS si, CH % 3SHfr
mm RCUAgLE
|m V PRESCRIPTIONS
AL 5 ¥825 Z700LARIMER
Volunteers tocto
For Chcst Campaign
Dr. Samuel.Newman, head-
ing the Community Chest
drive for the lower downtown
section, has called upon
the Japanese community to
again assist in the annual
Community Chest campaign*
Tix past years, it was noted
that the Japanese American
teams in Denver have esta-
blished excellent records
of cooperation and Support*
The local JACL indicated
willingness to assist in
the Chest drive again this
year, and Issei and Nisei
volunteers were urged to
contact the JACL Office
1225-20th St., A1 5-7227,
to assist in this community
endeavor*
Girl Scoots 1&ur
Chicaco, MlOVttST
Senior Girl Scouts and
leaders Mary Kuritanl and
Phoebe Sasano of troop 178
left on a two weeks tour to
Chicago recently* The Girl
Scouts making the trip were
Janet Hatakeyama, Julia Ka-
mura, Susan Kuritanl, Bea-
trice Kusaka, Eleanor Kusa-
ka, and Jean Nakagawa* They
were accompanied by the
troop mascot, Kenny Sasano*
Published monthly by the Mils
Hi chapter of the Japanese Amer-
ican Citizens League, 1225 20th
Street, Denver 2, Colorado*
Telephone: AL 5-7227
Editor: Ben Miyahara
Business Manager: Sam Kumagai
Staff: Betty Kanegaye, Karuko
Kobayashi, Mari Mizoue, Helen
ralcashima, Nancy Sogi, Evelyn
Suyehiro, Larry Tajiri, Kichi
'eraji, Shig Teraji and Florence
fyeda*
The amount of the in-


OCTOBER 1954
THE MILB-HI JACL BtfLTETIN
PAGE 3
HI AGAINi#####.How time
flies*September Is gone al-
ready and stumer is almost
through* Let's see what most
of the younger set have
been doing* *
The deeply suntanned guy
who's been life-guarding at
Sportland Beach Is KeNJI
YABE, who graduated from
East High School In June***
Active DIANE MATSUDA,CWC
Senior* has been working
for the City Recreation De-
partment, taking charge of
the playground, arts and
crafts at the St* Charles
playground*.........Another
active gal, JUNE HIRATAf
says she had a wonderful
time in Canada with her pa-
rents from Hilo, Hawaii*
The lucky girl is now at-
tending summer school at CU,
Spending his time train-
ing at Ft* Lewis ROTC Camp,
Washington- is Cadet KIYO-
SHI YAMASAKI, Engineer Stu-
dent at Denver U,.,,,Rough-
ing it up at Estes Bark re-
cently FUZZY YASUDA, MAR.
GUERITE SHIBATA, and YOSHIE
MIZOUE had a great time
swimming at the Stanley Ho-
tel, going horseback riding
and seeing the sights******
JAN AKO, who graduated from
DU in June, and AGNES UJI-
FUSA, from Wrland, Wyoming
recently left for L0s Ange-
les s on job offers* Good
Luck 2....
While driving to San B.
nito. Texas, last month,
AGNES SUYEHIRQ and her Fa-
ther ran into a storm which
turned out to be the tall
end of a hurricane 1 AGNES
got a little scratched up
but as it was nothing seri-
ous, continued their trip,.
Attractive SETS OKA re-
turned to Honolulu, Oahu,
after spending two months
with her family here. After
her one year as Assistant
Professorship at the Unimex*
sity of Hawaii, she will
begin counseling there this
Fall, SETS attended DU,i*e-
ceived her Masters Degree
at Stanford, and taught at
Cole Jr* High SChool*******
One of the most active
organizations in town, the
NEW Ut tlTlMMS
FIFTY THREE ISSEI
Fifty-three Issei in the
Denver area took the final
oath of allegiance to the
United States of ABerloa as
naturalized citizens July
6, 1954,
Ray S. Tanl assisted the
Court in administering the
oath of allegiance, trans-
lating in Japanese, SftB Y,
Matsumoto, president of the
Miie-Hi JACL also assisted
in the final examination
hearing prior to the swear-
ing in ceremonies.
The following persons
were naturalized: Phillip
Tsunoru Koshi, Frank Jiye-
mon Kawakaml, Samuel Senju
Ishlzakl, Bn To taro Take-
shita, Roy Moroku Suyehiro,
LARRY TAJIRI, represent-
ing the National JACL, is
shown here making a presen-
tation of a citation to MIN
YASUI for services rendered
to the Japanese American
community in connection
with the judicial clarifi-
cation of 5-F Issei male
draft status during World
War I*
CATHAY SKI CLUB i8 still
meetir^ during the simmer
months, their most recent
one being held on Saturday,
the 7th.
CONGRATULATIONS to all
our young newlyweds t SUZY
and ROY NAGAI, DORIS and
DON YAGI,SUMI and IRA IWATA,
CLARA and HIDE HIROSE.
Belated HappyBirthday DIANE,
That's all the happening
for now........SEE YA t
wjrmk
GRANADA 1Uk^tou£m
MARKET w-5^ "
. J&y C> IKS 4IW I IMS LAtVftENCE ST*
naturalized
Fred Ichiro Kaihara, Kanta-
ro Kay Goto, Jujiro Yamagu-
chl, Tom Toraklchl Salto,
Jimmy Zenyemon Sato, Shi geo
Miyazawa, Maaeyamon Teraaa-
kl, Kozalmon Harry Kato,
William Fumiyoshl Huge* Jim
Shinpei Nakaaone, Jlnge
George Fujiwara, Mike Man.
saku Fuji! Kichiyei Harry
Hlrakawa, lautayo Higuchi,
Klkujlro Hirazawa. Thomas
Takeo Kaaa, Yoshl Hiraydma,
Teiji Kasahera, Urajiro
Iahlzaka, Tetaushi Kato,
Tauya Kimura, Zensuke Kane-
gaye, Ikuji Kumagai, Shi-
chirobel Kosuge, Katsuml
Kuaaka, Tokutaro Marumoto,
Yaauzo Mataumura, ZenTiro
Nlshimura, Harry Takeo Oau-
ml, Yoahlro Wakayama, Harry
Maaalchl Otauki, Katsutaro
Shlbata, Taklno Takamatsu,
Arthur Fusakichi Takemine,
Taau Shomura, Mitsuo TSuru-
da, Tomi Ura, Roy Teruji
Wanifuchi, Shigeo Yanaru,
Florence Hatauko Yanaru,
Maaawo Yoahihara,Ben Klichi
Yoahida, Kohei Yoahida*
It was also noted that
moat of the Issei male ap-
plicants have been now pro-
cessed following the delay
in clarification of the Is-
sei 5-F matter of *orld War
JAPANESE ENGINEER
VISITS DCNVEA
Mas ami Fukuoka,connected
with the Public Works divi-
sion of the Construction
Ministry of Japan, is a vi-
sitor in this city at the
invitation of the U,S, Geo-
logical Survey offices in
Denver* Fukuoka studied
two years in Stockholm,
Sweden, and is returning to
Japan via the United States*
Nisei Stuovms
Japan cs Community
Roland K. Tatsuguchi of
Hawaii spent 50 days in Den-
ver studying the Japanese
American population in con-
nection with a master the-
sis in sociology in Kansas
University at Lawrence,
Kansas *
Tatsuguchi is a son of a
Buddhist priest in Hawaii,
and after finlshinggraduate
work at K,U.plans to attend
a religious school inKyoto,
Japan*
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THE MILE-HI JACL BULLETIN"
OCTOBER 1954

Pg{|(a-b§
Top priority news item
on the social calendar of
events for August was the
wedding of *iss RUBY HAYA-
SHI, daughter of Hr. and
Mrs.EIJIRO HAYASHI 0f North
Platte, Nebraska to RUPERT
ARAI, son of Hr. and Mrs*
S* ARAI of Denver on August
21st at the Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church with Reverend
TAIIAI officiating*
RUPE, who is notably po-
pular in sports and social
circles will be flanked by
JACK KANEGAYE as best man,
YOSHI ARAI, WALT MORIYA and
YAS AOCHI as ushers# JACK,
WALT and YAS, former Den-
verites, now residing in D.
A* will motor to Denver
for the ceremony. YAS will
be accompanied on the trip
by wife, JOYCE, and their
little daughter#
The lovely bride had her
sister, MRS. AMY FUKUHARA,
of Denveras Matron of Honor
and Miss ESTHER HAYANO as
bridesmaid#
Wonder if they*ll away
on their honeymoon in RUPE *5
Buick or his newly acquired
stunning Red Ford?
On the house guest ros-
ter are Mr. and Mrs. BILL
YANAGIMACHI of Chicago, who
are visiting Dr. and Mrs.
CHARLES FUJISAKI in Brigh-
ton prior to flying to Sea-
ttle to visit Bins family
and friends.
The Tri-State Buddhist
church wa.r; the scene for
the wedding ceremony recent-
ly uniting in marriage Kiss
FUMI KATAGIRI, daughter of
Mr. FRED KATAGIRI of Hender-
son, and SUSUKU "SHOOK"
KARAKI of Raymond, Alberta
Province, Canada.
Mrs. JOHN CHIKUKA, the
brides sister was matron
of honor and Miss YOKO KA-
RAKI was the bridesmaid.
Flower girls for the occa-
sion were CAROLINE CKIKUMA
and LAUREL YASUI.
(Mi
lTng escape from the city
heat were the YOSH NAKAYA-
MAS HARRY ARIKIS, and SHIG
TERAJIS who motored (via
Poudre Canyon)to Estes Park
for a holiday on a fishing
excursion.
United in marriage re-
cently at an impressive
candlelight ceremony '.'ere
FRANCES KAv/AJCURA and JTJN
HAIIA.I.
JEANETTE KAV/AIIURA, sis-
ter of the bride was the
maid of honor and Mrs.
R3IK0 NAI'AOKI was the brides
maid. CYNTHIA and MICHAEL .
MASAMORI were flower girl
and ringbearer, respective-
ly*
SAM KISHIYAKA was best
man with MITCHSIX HAKAI
attending.
Back in our fair city
from L.A. are MIKO NONAKA
and LOUISE NAGATA, who will
be attendants for the wed-
ding of CLARA SHINDO to
HIDEO HIROSE on the 8th of
August........RICHIE SHINDO
and his parents are also in
town for the wedding. Con-
gratulations to RITCHIE and
ELENE MATSUDA on their re-
cent engagement. ELENE will
travel to L.A. with the
SHINDOS and is planning to
work there. Good Luck J....
Mrs. SETS ITO, Mr. and Mrs
NORMAN GOTO.
SENATE BIUlMSSED
FOB. DENVBIUTf
LARRY and GUYO TAJIRI
spent an extended 2 weeks
vacation on the West Coast.
While in San Francisco
LARRY assisted in the writ-
ing of citations for. the
Distinguished Community Lea-
dership awards of JACL.
My-Oh-Myf Mr. Stork will
be busy come December -
added to the then waiting
list are LILY ARIKI, Mrs.
FUSIE PECK and Mr a. FRANK
KAMIBAYASHI. The CHARLIE
YAMAGUCHIS welcomed a baby
aister for JANIS RAE.
IT. TOM KUKAGAI has turn-
ed in his army uniform for
civilian garb and is now
attending Denver University.
IOOO CLUB BENEFIT
SET FOR OCTOBER 23
James Imatani, regional
chairman of the Mountain
Plains 1000 Club, announced
that a second benefit would
be held on Saturday,October
23, at the Yasui residence,
1150 So. Williams Street.
The benefit will be spon-
sored by the Mile-Hi JACL.
Refreshments will be
served, and a social even-
ing is planned.
Senator Ed C. Johnson of
Colorado notified the Moun-
tain Plains JACL Office a
private bill on behalf of
Chokichi Iraha was passed
by the U.S.Senate recently.
Chokichi Iraha is anOki-
nawan who suffered the loss
of both hands in anaccident
while in the employ of the
U. S. Army in 1949, and who
later developed tuberculo-
sis. He was sent to Fitz-
simons Army Hospital in
1950, and has been in the
Unites States during the
past 4 years. Because of
his illness and physical
handicap, Iraha is not ele-
gible for admission into
the United States as a quo-
ta immigrant.
While at Fitzsimons Hos-
pital, Iraha exhibited re-
markable, aritstic talent
using adjustable steel hook
in the place of hands, he
has been able to do credi-
table art work.
VWW VtSf
DINING ROOM
Serving only -the fintt m Chinese cuisine
2015 M^RKkr ST. K^Vstoaic
keturn postajre guaranteed Sec. 3U.66, P. L. & 3,
?W. ms-HI JACL BJLIETIK Permit No. 2091-3.
1225 Twentieth Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Standing in as the best
man was DON TANABS and Dr.
JOHN CHIKUKA served as
groomsman. Ushers included
TOM ITO j HARRY KURACHI, and
BEN MIYAHARA.
Joining the throngs seek-
California seems to have
had an edge on vacation
spots chosen by Denverites.
Among- those who visited the
shores of sunny C$1 were
the JIM HANAKURAS, TERRY
KODAMA and her sister, Mrs.
RAY KOMAI 0f New York, SHUN
and SANDIE NAKAYAMA, Dr.and