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ULLETIN
/OLIKE XI NUMBER 2
*DENVER, COLORADO,
FEBRUARY 1956
IOWA DOCTOR
flRSTOTBIfNIUM*
The Mile-Hi JACL received
the first "Nisei of the Bien-
nium" application for 1956
This application has been re-
ceived from 'Vebster. City,
Iowa, on behalf of Dr* Sam
Kuranoto. Although full de-
tails have not yet been re-
leased, Dr. Sam I. Kuramoto
is a physician and surgeon
in Vebster City, Iowa. He
is also a member of the Twin-
City JACL, and has attended
many of the JACL conventions.
The Mile-Hi JACL office
reminded JACLers that of
the Ten awards given ur> to
1Q<)l were taken by Niseis of
this area, including Bill TIo-
sokawa and Min Yasui of Den-
ver, K. Patrick Okura of
Omaha, 195?* and Hiroshi
Uiyamura of Gallup, New Mex-
ico, and Dr, Minor Ota of
Wyoming in 195t
! The local regional commit-
J teeman for.the "Nisei of the
. Biennium" awards is Larry
Tajiri, 1810 S. Newton St,,
Denver,
Five
selected
tee in
finalists will be
by nucleus commit-
Chicago, and these
five finalists will be pre-
sented to the Board of
Judges at the National JACL
Convention in San Francisco
to be held over Labor Day
' QU££N SHIRLtY' Of MICC
MB
i
L
SlhGLES ,D0UBLES SzTEAm EVEOTS
RAGTItTIE DOUBLES fc SUJEEPCR
Hordes of bowlers will concentrate in Salt Lake City in
the unprecendented sports event, the 10th Annual JACL Tourney
86 teams, 64 men's and 22 women's team from all over the
country will be present, including Hawaii, Denver JACL will
be represented by 7 teams, Sponsores and bowlers are*
DENVER NISEI: Hank Kcnishi, Bob Fong, Jim Miyake, Tom Na-
kayama, Sam Inai. PRESTON JEWELER: Tom Hasegawa, Tak Shirami-
mizu Shig Kori-shige, Preston Korishige, Bob Noguchi. BOWLKOR
Yosh Hora, Geo.pukui Tom Ioka, Bob Kayeda, Willie Hasegawa.
CATHAY POST: Dr. T. Maye-
da, Harry Shibao, John Nogu-
chi, Jim Nakagawa, Moon Ka-
taoka, DERBY & SNACK* BAsi'wST t
John Sakayama, Geo. Otsuki
Jim Ota, Frank Sehara, Ken-
ji Katsuda. KAVANO JEWLLERS i
Betty Kawano, M, Ito, Jo Ni-
shimoto, Sally Furushiro, Ty
Kondo. BOWLOR: Liz Kitashi -
ma, Jane Hada, Amy Koaishi,
Mary Morishige,Grace Kishi -
Yama.
All fORAGOOO CAUSE
Aent Yoritomo, Chairman
of the r/Iarch of Dimes Bene-
fit for the Mile-Hi JACL, ar-
ranged a benefit at the home
of John and Rub^r Sakayama,
February 1|,
More than 30 peoole at-
tended the benefit*, and
raised 335 for the March of
Dimes program.
Those assisting in the
benefit \7ere: Gladys Tani-
waki, Sam Matsumoto, and
Ruby Sakayama,
0 NEWSWEEK printed "regret"
letter on the YAKAKOT^ CASE
Mar.5. There is strength in
unity.....JACL creed.
Beautiful Shirley Matsuda, 16, D.U, nursing student from the
land of Aloha(center front) is being crowned by Marian Arita
1055 'lueen, at the NICC sweetheart ball. Other cuties -are
(left to right) Kim Okugawa, CUj Toshi Kumagai, Hines and Ar-
line Shibao, Colo A and M.
SAMUMI'M/Uf BE.
ON JACL BENEFIT
j3y soecial arrangement
thru Larry Tajiri and Bob
Uorinchi, a preview of "Sa-
murai", starring Toshiro Mi-
fune, at the Esquire Theatre,
February 5# was attended by
several Niseis and Isseis,
The film is in Eastman
color and the landscape
scenes are extraordinarily
snoctacular^ The story deals
with "Takezo", who is a wild
and uncontrollable young man
who becomes a samurai and is
renamed Miyamoto, Musashl.
The film ends there, being a
oart of a series which tells
about the man, Miyamoto, be-
coming a great leader in med-
ieval Japan,
Among those attending the
preview were: Thomas K, Abe
of the Rafu Shimpo, Urajiro
Ishizaka of the Hokubei-Mai-
nichi, Mr. and Mrs. Nakao
Hoshijima, Mr. John Horie of
Brighton, Mr, and Mrs, Henry
Suzuki.
President John Sakayama
announced that the Mile-Hi
JACL honed to be able to nar-
ticinate in a benefit show-
ing sometime late this
spring.
ft COULD BE HILIHOUSE
AND AGAIN IT--.
Scenes from exciting card
games at the home of Ruby
and John Sakayama trying to
raise money for the MARCH
OF DliUCS. Story elsewhere.


DENVER 'Ml'LE HI BULLETIN
INSURANCE ?9t
SEARCH fOR 'BOSS'
The Mountain-Plains JACL
Office is seeking informa-
tion concerning KATSUGORO
MIYAGISHIMA, who. formerly
resided at P, 0* Box 775,
Ogden, Utah, The Sun Life
Insurance Company of Canada
'advised that .an insurance po-
licy matures on April 7,
193>o, and at that time he
will be entitled to a small
endowment,
Miyagishimats wife was
Mura Miyagishima who is now
apparently deceased.
Any information will be
appreciated by the JACL Of-
fice in Denver,
CATHAY POST B100BNK
HOT m PUBLIC
One of the little publi-
cized services of the Cathay
post is the maintenance of a
blood bank for its members.
The bank was commenced in
195^ and to date almost I4.0
pints have been donated.
The Post is looking for-
ward to the day that the
blood bank can be opened to
the Japanese community.
The latest group to do-
nate were John Noguchi, Ray
Morris, Jack Ishida, and Tom
Masamori#
*54IATR-PUMM5 ROSIER
Robert M* Horluohi or ven-
ver was elected the Mountain-
Plains JACL District Council
chairman for the term 1956
57.
Horiuchi will be assisted
by three Vice-chairmen, Sam
Shirasago of Montana, Robert
M* Nakadoi of Omaha, and Hi-
roshi Miyamura of Gallup.
The Recording secretary
is Ruth Hashimoto of Albu-
querque, and the Correspond-
ing secretary is Chiyo Hori-
uchi of Denver, The Trea-
surer will be Bill Ruroki,
and the Historian, True Ya-
sui, both of Denver,
WHO 15 NO.! NISEI ?
John Sakayama, president
of the Mile-Hi JACL, an-
nounced that official nominal
tion forms for the "Nisei of
the Biennium" award of the
National JACL are now availa-
ble.
He pointed out that "dis-
tinquished community leader-
ship" is the criteria?of the
award, and must be based up-
on signal success and meri-
torious accomplishments
which have helped advance
the welfare persons of Japa-
nese ancestry# and to bring
about a greater acceptance
of them into the American
way of life.
BRIGHTON JAA OFFICER?
TAKE OVER BUSY
Map
CLUB
* *
New prexy of Brighton JAA, Tosh Tashiro (7th from 1ft,) is
being sworn in with his cabinet# at a dinner-dance-inaugu-
ral function. Other members sworn are: (jUeff to right) Jim
Tochihara, Haryy Tasawa, Tom Doi, Bill Sato, Tom Kagiyaiha,
George Yamada, Tosh Tashiro, Goro Sakaguchi, Bob Sakata,
(hidden) Bill Okubo, Sam Chikuma, Jim Imatanl.
AM AT1N G RECORD
loom PAS5E5 test
Establishing a record of
some kind, 100 percent of
all eligible Isseis in this
Longmont area passed their
citizenship test and were
feted at a banquet held at-
the Dickens Bldg, on Feb, 10,
Headed by James Kanemoto,
as chairman and toastmaster
for the banquet, greetings
were extended by Mr, Reed
Walker of the Longmont C of C,
John Horie of Brighton* who
instructed the classes, Hon*
William Buck, District Judge,
and Otto Vliet, Mayor of
Longmont,
Min Yasui delivered the
principal address. Other
officials of the function
were: Isaac Nishida, K* Ma-
yeda, Helen Sasaki, Mrs*
James Kanemoto, Ruby Mayeda
and Mary Tanaka,
Mr, D. Furuiye, age73,
was presented with a presen-
tation for being the oldest
new-citizen.
New citizens who were hon-
ored were: Mr, and Mrs, D,
Furui$w, Mrs, K, Furukami,
Mrs, G, Kanemoto, Mrs, G* .
Mayeda, Mr, and Mrs, K, Maye-
da, Mr, ^and I,Its. K, Miyasaki,_
Mr, and Mrs*..,.Y# Nishida, Mr*
G, Uchimura, and Mrs, T, Ya-
mamoto,
More than 1J>0 friends and
neighbors, all non-Japanese,
attended the banquet,
OFFICE CLOSED
The Mountain-Plains JACL
District Office will be
closed effective December 31,
1955, as the result of ac-
tion of the Mountain-Plains
;JACL District council meet-
ing held in Denver, November
27. .....
Your friekolv
I
AGENT
Si* MATSUHOfO AT
GRTCHTOR JAA IS
MOST ACTIVE CLUB
The annual JAA inaugural
dinner dance was held by the
active Brighton group on Jan.
:21v.
Organized about ten yea£s
ago to help integrate the Hi-
,sei ipto the civic and so-
cial life of Brighton, this
decade is highlighted by a-
chievement to a degree lit-
tle realized by those living
in larger cities.
Among the projects comple-
ted last year were the citi*
,ship classes, sponsoring of
two baseball teams, a fish-
ing derby, turkey shoot, dan*
cing classes, and now a go-
ing blood bank,
Seichi Horiuchi was the
main speaker, A quartet of
Sam Tashiro, Sam Tochibara,
George Funakoshi and Mas Sa-
kaguchi furnished the' enter-
tainment,
Of special interest is
the fact that this group is
composed almost entirely of
JACL members,
56 JACL CABINET
5TIU WAITlMfi Rft PIX
Anxiously waiting for
their pictures to be taken
by our fotog Masamori are
the following members of the
1956 JACL cabinet: Presi-
dent John Sakayama,1st Vlce-
presiderrt Bob Sakata, 2nd
Vice-president Miyeko Mayeda,
3rd Vice-president Rupert
Aral, Treasurer Kent Yorito-
mo, Recording secretary Doro-
thy Madokoror Corresponding
secretary Wary Funakoshi,
Bulletin, Oski Taniwaki and
Tom Masamori* Athletio chair-
man and Finance chairman to
be appointed pending further
data,
#
The month of March brings
Hinamatsuri (girls* festival),
a lot of wind* deadline on our
membership drive and the best
11 of all, th# beginning of spring
PACE a
JR.fflZECRIME
WAVE HIT5ISSEI
A Junior size crime wave
has been hitting the Denver
Japanese community according
to police blotter* However,
none of them netted over $30
in loot.
Two- masked gunmen held up
;he Matoba Grocery at 2063
Weiton St,, and escaped with
025, Joe Matoba, 63, owner
of the store told police the
bandits held his wife, Tama-
ka as hostage until the pair
made their hurried escape,
Frank Uyenishi, 55# owner
of F, F, Grocery at 2l(.63
California St,, said a- gun#>
man held him up, scooped yip
the cash register of 325#
and escaped into the alley* .
R0W<6ET
YOU I DEAL MATE
They say in Chicago you
can find anything,,, ,for a
price.
Now you can even find
your ideal mate for $2, pro-
viding the agency finds him
or her in the alloted 6-
month time. If it takes
longer they charge you $1
more *
The Aries Mail Order
House is offering their ser-
vices as a picture-marriage
agency in locating an ideal
mate. Satisfaction guaran-
teed or your money back,
they say.
Their brochure further
states: "Our primary con-
cern is to see that you are
happily married, our ser-
vices do not end with the
finding of your mate* Our
consulation service covers
any problem which may arise
from undertaking such matri-
mony thereof,,*etc,"
It can be gleaned that
there is no further excuse
for any man or woman to be
,without a mate, which all
goes to prove.that the Japa-
nese picture bride and the
"baishakunin" system wasn'*t
a bad idea after all,
MONTANANS ELECT
Yugo Nayematsu of Hardin,
Montana# was elected presi-
dent of the Montana JACL,
Other officers were: Jun
Mikami, Vice-president; Eth-
el Nayematsu, Corr. secre-
tary; Rose Kawamoto, Rec,
secretary; -George Kawamoto,
Treasurer; Yoshi Shirasago,
Historian; Sam Shirasago,
Custodian,
NEW AMERICANS OF'5t
Syril I* Shraiberg of the
Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Offices, announced that
six Isseis were successful in
completing their naturaliza-
tion examinations in January
The successful applicants
were: Bunklchl Kitagawa,
Mrs, Tami Miyamoto, Kuranosu
ki Yamaguchi, Jinzo Noda,
Yuri Noda and Dr* Kona! Miya
raoto. Dr* ,


DENVER MILS' HIGH BULLETIN
MEAWCST' BUKCltR KfrTtltff-HiYAMA
STEfllS DAKMOWV, YAMA
At an impressive candle-
light services held at Brigh*
ton Presbyterian Church, Jo-
anna Tokunaga and Bob Sakata
popular JACL'ers exchanged
vows. The couple will make
their home in Brighton after
their noneymoon in Las Vegas
0 Another Japanese-American
union is in the making, Ida
Nakashima, 4201 E. 11 Ave is
to wed Stuart Schnick, hov
stationed at Lowry Air Base,
0 1956 JACL Membership
drive barely reached 300
according to latest count.
In a dramatic daylight-
burglar operation, Bennie
Furuta, of 2ipl£ York St.,
lost 530 which he had saved
from his slim earnings to
pay for his "date" on his
coming graduation from Man-
ual High this spring.
A "kurombo" was spotted
escaping from the rear of
the house just as.the family
pulled up in front of the
house. The dog barking,
"kurombo" dashing around for
escape, Ben and Masako Furu-
ta coming in from the front
door, and with Irene Furuta
shouting, "help, help, doro-
bo", can create quite a com-
motion.
SCOUTS TO 6*T '
flEW LEADER
Henry Hoshiko* will re-
place Bob Uyeda as scoutmas-
ter of Boy Soout Troop 38
sponsored by the CSMC, ac-
cording to Chairman of the
Committeemen, T$k Terasaki.
Bob Uyeda, who has been
training the scouts for the
past ten years, will offi-
cially give up his scoutmas-
ter responsibility to take
care of a "private boy scout
or "girl scout" as the case
may be, sometime in March..
Adoption paper work is
now in the final stages, ac-
cording to information close
to the Uyedas.
COLLEGIANS WHOOP IT UP AT
N4CC SWEETHEART BALL
GRANADA
EJAAI/rT MARKET
IKK ,im IM LAWtUtKt T.
Lovely Janet Koshio of Ft.
Lupton and Frank Hiyama, Hen-
derson, were united in ser-
vices held at the Tri-State
Buddhist church on Feb. 19.
Reception held at cne Lo-
tus Room was attended by 200
ov'd more well wipers.
TWlfK HEW SACTOHI.
Sanseis are doing fine in
various high schools in
Calif., according to Hokubei
Ma inichi.
In Sacramento at the Main
high, the Shimono twins, Sab
and Kiro, received much pub-
licity for being the only
' twins in the history of the
school to be elected presi-
dent and vice president of
the student body at the same
, time.
BULLETIN
PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE
MILE HI CHAPTER OF THE JA-
PANESE AMERICAN CITIZENS1
LGE. 1225 20TH. ST. DENVER
COLORADO, ^
EDITORS,...Oski TanivaKi
Tom Masamori I
Bus. Mgr.,,Art. Yorimoto
Artist... .^Rosa Mayeda
STAFFj Amy Miura, Toshi
Tanaka, Mary Funakoshi,
Carol Yano, Rosalie Toku-
naga, Jennie Kitagawa, Ben
Furuta, Masako Furuta, Fu-
mi Yabe and Chiye Horiuchi,
College Kids Caper at the annual NICC Sweetheart Ball held
at the AAUW hall on Feb. 17. The younger set are dancing to
the music of Ray Lipsons Band. During the- intermission the
collegiate queen of -fti e ball was crowned. Photo on page 1.
LOWER SHOP
0-18 BT. CH43WI
MATO&A
Smytem. Bdiuau
iax5 2.1 ST. MA-3-80+6
OGDEN
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PAGE 3
PROff£SlOm
LISTING
1 ACCOUNTANT
I GEORGE MITSUO KANEKO
2801 E. Colfax 5fT8-1666
DENTISTS
JOHN CHIKUMA, DPS
(Brighton, Colo.
MILTON HAYAHO. DPS
2103 Larimer St. MA 3-9400
fell C HA EL T. HORI f DPS
l2ir E. 18th Ave CH 4-1617
ITO DENTAL GROUP
S30 18th St KE 4-8680
T. Ito, DDS
Y. Ito, DDS
Sueo Ito, DDS
Sets Ito, DDS
TONY KAWANO, DDS
1404 E. 18th Ave KE 4-3084
i ROBERT MAYEDA, DDS.
300-Interstate Trust Bldg.
TA 5-6961
TAKASHI MAYEDA. DDS
300 Interstate Trust Bldg.
K. K. MIYAMOTO, DDS
1952 Larimer TA 5-4307
.GEflTA NAKAMURA, DDS
200 Interstate Trust Bldg.
TA 5-7596
INSURANCE AGENTS
BOB HORIUCHI & CO
2586 So Race St PE 3-9166
Henry k. imada 4588 Lowell Blvd >rR 7-8413
SAM Y. MATSUMOTO
Henderson, ColO. AT 8-2536
JINZO NODA 3211 Clayton FR 7-1065
ATTORNEYS
POSH ANDO 1942 Larimer AC 2-5315
MINORU YASUI 1225 20th St AIj 5-7227
OPTOMETRISTS
BEN MATOBA, UD 1927 Larimer KE 4-1941
MISAO MATOBA. OD
p*t. Lupton UL 7-6550
physicians
CHARLES FUJISAKI, MD
40 N. Main Brighton 418
T. K. KOBALASHI, MD
r227'27th3t KE 4-4590
RICHARD MOMII. MP
1227 27th St KE 4-3104
ISAMU OZAMOTO, MD
301 Interstate Trust Bldg.
TA 5-1596
HOWARD SUBNAGA. HP
830 l8th St AC 2-1314
GEORGE TAKENO, MD
830 18th St TA 5-U783
MAHITO DBA. DO
230 21flt St MA 3-37^43


PAGE 4
DENVER MILE HI BULLETIN
TOWN TALK.
9 Madder thani-a flock of wet
capons are KEN AND TOSHI
TANAKA of 281il(. Elizabeth St.
who just bought a brand
spanking new Mercury the
other week and to wake up
one morning to find two hub
caps missing.
Adding insult to injuries
..someone also drained the
gas tank of $3 85 worth of
Ethyl.
9 Denver friends of MR. AND
MRS. FRED YAMASHIRO of 3^8
Edgehill Dr., Los Angeles
will be happy to know that
the couple became the proud
parents of a baby boy named
RON, their first. The moth-
er is better known here as
the former JUNE AOCHI whc
did a short stint at model-
ing.
9 JOHN SAKAYAMA is offering
free .demonstration of his
Kirby sweeper anytime, any-
where, anyhow. (Editors
note: this is not a paid
advertisement). JOHN claims
that his Kirby can pick up
dirt which no other machine
can. For proof, call him at
Gr. 7-9686.
9 THOMAS UCHIDA of 3000
Fillmore St. is one of the
few Nisei garageman making
good from the very starting
gun of the business venture,
according to cars waiting to
be served at the 29th and
York Sts., station. THOMS
has always been a handyman
and formerly a successful
gardener.
9 Another Adams County wed-
ding is in the making. BETTY
FUSHIMI, daughter of MR. AND
MRS FRANK FUSHIMI of Welby,
announced her engagement to
TOM YQSHIKAWA, a mechanic at
Georges Motor Service.
9 Making their home in Den-
ver are the MR. AND MBS. A.
T. WIENBARG JR. of 1900 S.
Williams St. The MRS. is ,a
Japanese bride from San Fran-
cisco. She expressed her
desire to join the local
JACL this year.
9 Wedding bells will soon
ring out for two more cou-
ples who took out papers to
wed recently. They are
FRANK HIYAMA, Henderson, and
JEANETTE K0SHI0, 1567 Pen-
nsylvania. Also HOWARD KITA-
MURA, 1152)4. Alcott and JUANI-
TA 0XANDABURU, 19iik Grant St..
9 The annual Cornelian fami-
ly pot-luck chicken dinner
held on Feb. 12 was attended
by more than 100 persons.
Ben Furuta led the program
in group singing which was
predominated by the soprano
voices.
Among the guests intro-
duced were: Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Hosokawa, Dr. and Rosa
Mayeda, Mr. and Mrs. Shuf
Madokoro.
9 Did anyone s ee LORETTA
YOUNG in the role of a Japa-
nese fishermans wife on the
T.V. recently? The usually
beautiful lady didnt look
so hot in the "ba-san" role,
the wife of TERU SHIMADA.
9 A baby boy bora to MR.
AND MRS. WILLIAM M0T0YAMA of
1730 Enerson St*
9 KEN IIN0, formerly of Bay
Area and at one time of Ala-
mosa during the evacuation
period, was a dinner guest
of the Y0RIM0T0S.
0 In Greeley MR. AND MRS.
JOHN NUM0T0 rejoiced over
the birth of a son on Feb.
Hi-.
9 Among new home owners of
the season are N0B0RU AND
T0SHIK0 TSUTSUMI, IpJil Sho-
shone St.
0 Miss Ayako Kiraura, 1851
Larimer St., announced her
engagement to Takeshi Yama-
shita*
Robert Inai (Pacific Mer-
cantile ) left Denver for his
hitch in the Service on Feb.
6.
9 HELENE I0KA of 80? 32nd
St. returned from Sacramento
where she attended the funer-
al services of her father,
MR. T. MIYA0, 7.6, pioneer
Florin man who died follow-
ing a lingering illness.
9 MR. AND MRS. S. HATAKSYA-
MA moved into their new home
and celebrated their 25>th
Wedding Anniversary in Feb-
ruary. Congratulations to
the former Los Gatoans.
9 By the time this BULLETIN
goes to press, MR. and MRS.
SEN KAWASHIMA will be cele-
brating the latest addition
to the family. The MRS. Is
now in the delivery room.
cuernuMnaiincMs surprise mnwr
The customary wedding
cake is being cut by the
pretty bride, former Helen
Kato, assisted by her hand-
some hubby of just a few
hour% George Fukui. Close
to 300 friends celebrated
-he union at a reception
at the Lotus Club,
£*(Foto, courtesy Ed.
Shimabukuro.
WMOCHCOFfET*,.
UNDSTglSEl IN CIMK
f Oft BOB UVEM
A surprise recognition ban
quet for Bob and Mabel Uyeda
was attended by more than 100
parents and scouts at the CS-
MC on Sunday, Mar. 4. They
were presented with a beauti-
ful silver set following the
banquet of pot-luck China-me-
she. Tak Terasaki was the a-
ble chairman.
Bob has been a faithful
Scout master of the troop 38
for the past 9 years. Ben
Fufuta expressed the feeling
of the parents that a most
valuable man was being taken
out of circulation.
MAHUMS HEWCM.
High scholarship and per-
sonality of Nancy Kitashima,
2561 Calif. St., placed her
at the top of Manual Hi as
Head Girl at the general el-
ection held on Mar. 1, 2.
4 other Nisei took tap
ranks at the election. They
are: Senior class presi -
dent, Ronny Fukuhara; senior
secretary, Ruth Sagara,
and seiior representative |
Bessie Kamura.
bob Yamaguchi, 29, of
2881 Edgehill Dr., Los Ange-
les, had a lot to explain
when the police found 17
tons of coffee on the premi-
-S He was later convicted
WxGh five others who were
fined $1,000 each and put on
probation. Which all goes
to prove, too much coffee is
no good for anybody.
lose
Joint efforts of Yuca
City flood relief campaign
by Northern Cal. Club, Nik-
kai-jin Club, and Colorado
Times netted' $325, it was
reported.
2M0KUHWERS
James Okazaki and Fred Ka-
wano were among the lj.8 Colo-
radans to be admitted to the
bar profession.
Kawaiio operated the Kawa-
no Service Bureau while Oka-
zaki is employed by the Ti-
tle Guaranty Co.
KED SAW-SITTER?
Do you need a trustworthy
baby sitter? Jacqueline Hin-
ton, l6 year old Manual Hi
student, is highly recom-
mended by Rosa MAyeda. Rate
is very reasonable. Call
Rosa or Oski for details.
DINING ROOM
only tht finift in Chinese .
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Return postage guaranteed Sec. 34.66, P. L. & R*
MILE HI JACL BULLETIN Permit No. 2Qftl-$';
1225 Twentieth Street
Senver 2, Colorado.