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Mile Hi Bulletin, Volume 11, Number 3

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FUN TEST
NETS $9522
The Denver JACL Is $95*20
richer, thanks to the gen-
erosity of the many loyal
supoorters at the Fun Kite
held at Potenza Hall on Apr.
21.
Orossino; more than $370,
the annual fund raising af-
fair w-s announced as a huse
success in Dior-'- than one vray
according to JOHN NOGUCHI,'
who was chairman of the Fam-
ily Fun Pest which drew as
many small fries, as well as
the "money bars".
Ably assistin'* the chair-
man were such boosters as
RUPERT ARAI, HOOCH OKUMURA,
FRAVK SEHARA, JIM OTA, SHIO
T2RAJI, MRS. JOHN NOGUCHI,
TRUE YAStTI, WILLIE MIXUNI,
MRS. JIM OTA, RTI?Y SAKAYAMA.
BETTY SUZUKI, MASAKC FURUTA,
MRS. MICKY HADA, MITZI NOGU-
CHI. JEAN ASHIZAWA AMD (SIS-
TER), MnS. BILL HOSOKAWA,
ANO A HOST OF OTHERS, .
SALLY FURUSHIRO handled
the money changing desk with
out drbpoinp a single nickel.
WAVE f ANTI-ltTHttS
HIT LA.,CHICAGO
Shades of Lincoln Yamamo-
to or Nisei for Kawa-
kita Society whatever
the name, some highly offen-
sive anti-Semitic letters
from allegedly Nisei sources
reported recently in Los An-
geles area was not circula-
ted only in Southern Cali-
fornia, but apparently sent
out In large numbers on a
nationwide scale*
The unsavory letters
aiming to foment Japanese-
Jewlsh hatred were signed by
a so-called Nisei for Kawa-
kita Society member and sent
to the Bay area and similar
letters were traced to Chi-
cago and Kansas City*
All were postmarked from
Gardena, California, and the
workings were identical*
fcasao Satow, National
JACL executive director, ex-
pressed the JACL's concern
over^ this latest Incident
and explained the steps ta-
ken in the investigation of
the matter.
Postal authorities are
unable to act on these let-
ters, it was learned, as
highly objectionable letters
when sent in sealed enve-
lopes are not covered by the
U. S. postal laws. Had it
been sent on a postal card,
the Department of Postal In-
vestigators oan act in the
apprehension*
The FBI, however, Is &1-
"ONE OF THE 10
BEST TO SEE !"
ItMt/SU/tSfK tfAt-
MAY 3 THRU MAY IC,
tSaUIRE THEATRE
(*TH Sr OOIUNIN&
TICKETS OBTAINABLE moM J.ft.C.L.
MEMBERS AND DENVER MERCHANTS
^academy award Dinner

SAMURAI RECEPTION HELD
The Mile-Hi JACL is parti,
cipating as a co-sponsor of
the Western premiere showing
of "Samurai" which opened on
Thursday, Hay 3, at the Es-
quire Theater, 6th and Down-
ning Street*
Prior to the showing, a
reception was held, and hos-
tesses were Toshiko Kumagai;
Naomi Fukuda, Marion Arita,
Nancy Sogi, Kazue Kawashlma,
and Tamiko Suzuki*
The movie deals with the
early life of Miyamoto Lusa-
shi, a famous historical
character in Japanese his-
tory, and will be of great
interest to the Issie in the
Denver area* Tickets are a-
vailable'at the Japanese
business houses in Denver,
and the price of $1.00 is
the same as at the box of-
fice. Tickets purchased
thru the JACL auspices will
be helpful in raising money
for the JACL community, acti-
vities fund.
The showing of the "Samu-
rai" will run for two weeks,
giving plenty of time for
everybody to enjoy this u-
nique film presentation*
John Sakayama, president
of the Mile-Hi JACL was
chairman of the special pre-
miere showing, and tickets
are being handled thru Mrs*
Haruko Kobayashi*
HOME-FOR LONELY ISSEI OPENS
WITH HUMBLE BEGINJNG ON LARIMER
Fulfilling a .long needed to go or no one to care for
service and desire, The Japa-
nese Association of Colorado
headed by Dr* Bizo Hayano,
was instrumental in forming
the first "home for the
Issei oldsters"*
The Association leased a
hotel at 21)l3 Larimer Street
consisting of 11 rooms with
Japanese meals and made as
comfortable as a private
home should be*
It has long been observed
by leaders that many of the
aged Issei men have no place
ready making Investigations
on-these letters along with
the earlier Lincoln Yamamo-
to letter which appeared in
Newsweek Kagazine*
them and that many of them
are staying in cheap dirty
hotels surrounding Larimer
slums*
T7hen they are put in a
city or county v/elfare in-
stitution, they havfe found
a dislike for the food and
care. Most generally Isseis
will prefer-rice to "yo-sho-
ku".
A benefit movie has hold
April 29 at the Buddhist
church auditorium to launch
the project financially* It
is the desire of the Associa-
tion to acquire a more spa-
cious estate with gardens
and other facilities for
self employment*
POST REVIEWER
PRAISES 'SAMURAI*
Folks, you dont have to
take our word on the merit
of the current JACL sponsor-
ed Academy Award winning
film, "Samurai", now being
shown at the Esquire Thea-
tre .
Here is what Bob Tweedell,
Denver Post drama editor has
to say about the latest hit
to.come from Japan:
"It could well prove to
be more popular with Ameri-
can audiences than such dis-
tinguished predecessors as
" Rashomon and "Gate of
Hell, because it has an
easy to follow plot,good
English titles, and acting
that departs from the highly
stylized portrayals usually
associated with Japanese
drama and approaches the
naturalness of contemporary
American emoting.
"Samurai," like "Gate of
Hell," is a triumph in the
art of color photography.
There are dozens of strik-
ingly beautiful scenes, all
of them characterized by
naturalness, even casualness
yet each must have been
painstakingly composed by
the technical crew.
And, although the screen
blosoms again and again
with these visual treats,
they never intrude on the
telling of the story, that
of a young villager consumed
with ambition to rise above
his station in life and be-
come a "Samurai".
CHampnisei bowlers
The Morganari Drug bowl-
ing teams superior workout
earned the championship ti-
tle 02' the Nisei Major Bowl-
ing League Tuesday night at
the Derby Lanes.
A tie for first place wae
piayea off with Colorado
Badge outfit to an easy win
for the Druggists*
The champ team was com-
posed of BOB LAY£uAt GEORGE
OTSUKI, NICK YCKEl/A, BOB NO-
GUCHI, and TOL IOKA.
The Colorado Bauge team
consisted of IWAO X4I3KIKAA,
TCL HASEGAWA, KIYO YUKOOJI,
FRANK SEHARA and HOOTCh QKU
LURA*
0 Dr, Howard Levy and his
party of oriental language
students, were among w the
first to take in the JACL
sponsored "Samurai" at the
Esquire Theater.


DENVER JACL BULLETIN
PAGE 2
^56 NICC CABINET IS CHOSEN
This group picture shows part of the NICC membership who
had their "picture took" following the Annual Conference
held in Denver on March 29 to 31.
Puruta, treasurer; Kim Okugawa,publicity(not shown); Rei-
ko Yoshihara, social co-chairman.
Sworn in a* new officers for the 1956 terra weretDave Ni-
kaido, president, Harold Fukuhara, V.P; aiirley Matsuda.
2nd. V.P; Yuki Kinoshita, secretary (not shown); Don
The man in the front row 4 th mustache is Min Yasui pic-
tured with his attractive wife,'True, attending as honored
quests. (Photo courtesty Tom Masamori.)
f60.000AVVMRpED
NlStl TRAIN VICTIMS
Four Nisei, victims of
recent Santa Fe train acci-
dent, settled their claims
against the railroad for
sums totaling ^60,000, it
was learned from San Diego
court records.
All four Nisei were pas-
sengers on the ill- f&ted
train which overturned on a
Curve near the Fourth Street
viaduct in Los Angeles last
January 22 en route to San
Diego.
WILLIAM KOGA was one of
the 30 persons killed in the
acciuent. MRS. IRAN'S KOGA,
her daughter, FLOhLnCE, 10,
and EMI ISHIZAKJ (sister of
MRS. KOGA) are the recipi-
ents of the settlement.
NISEI HITS BR'DWAV
Jerry Fujikawa, a well
known Nisei in dramatic cir-
cles in Los Angeles, is
stage managing the Spanish
version of the "Teahouse of
the August Moon" now playing
a successful stand in New
York.
Aside from Fujikawa there
are ten other Nisei in the
cast including the Sato fam-
ily who appeared in the mo-
vie version of "Bridges of
Tokd-Ri."
MATOe>A
AKRVlCe BuftBAU
IZOS 1.1 ST ST MA-3-S9+6
'AIR-MME COUKISHIP
NETS 8 WIVES
Sharp tongues wagged in
Lil Tokyo among the eligible
Nisei girls as the news
spread "like \i ldfire of the
eight Nisei youths who flew
all the way to Japan for the
sole purpose of bridging back
Nipponese wives.
It all started a long time
ago, but it made big news
When the eight nisei boarded
the Pan American clipper, and
of all days........."April
Pool*s Day to fetch their
respective air mail sweet-
hearts*"
The courtship started when
the parents of Minoru Kamei
met an attractive young woman
in Tokyo and set up correspon-
dence and a photo exchange be-
tween the girl and their son.
Kamei passed the news on
to friends of his and his
girl friend did the same
thing and the romance quickly
mushroomed.
As a result, seven others,
Sus Akasaka, M. Kishiyama, Ri-
chard Fishioka, Yoshio Kawai,
Isamu Hiraike,'Tats Kochi and
Min Nakagawa, decided .to make
the flight.
None of the Nisei, were a-
vailable for comment on the
query, "What s wrong with the
Nisei girls?"
aigaki-yasumura
Alice Aigaki, of Monte
Vista,Colorado became the
bride of Edward Yasumura of
Denver at the Buddhist
Church oh April 1.
COIO.TOURISTS
S££ SAKURA IN D.C.
Most Issei want to go to
see the cherry blossoms, but
19 Denverites and friends
took a trip to Washington D,
C. for the same effect, on
April 1 to 7.
The tour was arranged by
the Matoba Travel Agency and
the following persons made
the trip: UR. and MRS* KANE-
GAYE, Y. TGHIZAV7A, UR. and
MRS. K. KOSUGE, MRS. TATSUNO
OKA, K. KOBAYASHI, U. SAITO,
M-.S. HAXSOKO K£NL>A, ail of
Denver; UR. and Mrs* U0RIM1-
T8U of Brighton; MRS. KAORU
UfiANO of Fort Lupton; UR*
and MRS. S. SHIZURO of Colo*
Springs; SATORI SAKADA of
Portland; and F. NASASADA of
Oklahoma.
BUDDHIST -FISH-DERBY
Colorado fishing season,
especially for the thousands
of Nisei anglers -were'usher-
ed in by more than 100 en^
thusiastic crowd which at-
tended the kickoff of the
Buddhist Athletic Councils
1956 Pishing Derby,
Jim and Jane Haywood pre-
sented their Roving Fishier-
men film showing casting
techniques and Haywoods re-
cent trip to South America#
Sto Tani heads the com-
mittee for the 1956 Pish Der-
by assisted by F7*ank Takaha-
shi, Harry Yanari, Prank Hi-,
raoka dnd Ed Nakagawa*
OGDEN
ORPHAN'
SEEKING OWNER
The Sun Life Insurance Co*'
of Canada in Denver is look-
ing' for Bill Tsukasa Nakamu-
ra who formerly lived at
2750 Curtis St* Sun Life
advised the former. JACL Of-
fice that §V>00is payable on
June 28, 1956, on an insur-
ance policy taken out in
1936.
Prom information avail-
able, Bill T Nakamuras fa-
ther was Shintanp Nakamura
and was formerly from Calif-
ornia#
Any information would be
appreciated by the former
JACL Office, 1225 20th St#,
Denver*
S.E JACL TOPS 1.000
For the first time in its
2$ year history the San Fran-
cisco JACL has signed up.
over 1,000 members* The
Chapter went over the top of
the goal in a four week cam-
paign, according to Thelma
Takeda, vice president, who
is in charge of the member-
ship drive.
Dr. Bob Mayeda and Mats
Ito was elected to head the
Nisei Men, Nisei Women Bowl-
ing League respectively at
a recent meeting of the Keg
organization* .
PRESCRIPTIONS and SUNDRIES
RUBTDUB
740 East 18 Ave. Ac ^$- 8262.]


DENVER JACL BULLETIN
Mpu.TtfafiuU'
Shown leaving TSBC after
exchanging vows on April 2,
are Mr, and Mrs, Alley Wat-
ada. The beaming bride is
the former Yoshimi Hasui,
They intend to make their
home in California. (Photo
courtesy Tom Masamori.)
CHURCH
OVf R \000 GUESTS
The Pood Bazaar which was
held on April 28 was a great
success, thanks to the many
customer, and the groups that
worked so hard. The Bazaar
served 100? people,
Soecial thanks to the
Cornelian Club who made chow
mein with Chef Ben Furuta,to
.the Sunday School parents
who donated the chicken, to
the Methodist Men who decora-
ted, set up, and cleaned
after the bazaar, to the
V/SCS who prepared and served
the sushi, to the Scout and
Cub mothers who baked and
sold the cakes and pies, to
the Columbine Club for pre-
paring the tsukemono and
oooking the rioe and serving
as hostess, and to the girl
scouts and boy scouts for
their services;, and to the
many individuals who -gave
their time and. energy. The
bazaar chairmajn, Mr. Prank
Kanatani is to be compliment-
ed for his splendid service
and leader ship.
THEY THM THo$B Awt/Hffi
Colorado Nisei fishermen
need not be ashamed of the
undersized trout he will be
catching, A 16£ \inch trout
won the JTesno Pishing
Club1 s top honor. It was
submitted by Shiro Kawakami,
BRIGHTON'S TOP FARMER
PRAISED IN JOURNAL
Successful farming method
and the pleasing personality
of Bob Sakhtd. of Brighton a-
gain was the topic of praise
in the current issue of Farm
Journal magazine.
Sakata has been quoted as
having raised all types of
vegetables, but as yet have-
n't had the opportunity to
raise a child. He was re-
cently married to Joananna
Tokunaga so he111 be raising
that 'Champ Baby" in a year
or two.
UNIS KAWAKAMI
A surprise bridal showe
honored Unis Kawakami at th<
home of Roy Nagai's mother,
2915 Humboldt, on April 29.
She is to become the bride
of George Kinoshita in the
near future it was learned.
Guests attending the
shower were: Mesdames Yosh
Arai, Carl Fushimi, Charles
Kawakami, Willie Mikuni,
Dick Momii John Mizoue.Meach
Nogami, Terou Okuno, Roy
Shibata, Jim Shinto and Tosh
Uchida. Misses Grace Ka-
wakami, Agnes Suyehiro and
Barbara Tsuruda. Unable to
attend but sent gifts were
Mesdames dupe Arai, Sam
Nagai, and ?Jdwin Hagihara.
Ed Sullivan seek?
TALENTS IN aAPAN
Ed Sullivan leaves no stone
unturned seeking for unique
talent. He was reported to
be in Japan scouting new
talent for his TV show which
is viewed by more than £0
million people.
The well known scout is
interested in Japanese pan-
tominists puppet shows,
night club and vaudeville
acts. He plans to film these
acts for his pro7ram in the
near future, but may also
brin^ some back alive. The
traditional kabuki as well
as the Takaruzuka acts will
be brought back on films.
No LOSS To INSURED
The United Insurers, auto-
motive insurance firm, which
has been signing up many Jap-
anese in this section has
been place, in receivership,
according to letters being
sent out to policy holders.
Cecil Mankoff, agent for
the firm, assured his cli-
ents that the policies out-
standing will be underwrit-
ten by other comoanies
>c*Ttt*y rosr
DINING ROOM
ServmA only the Tint m Chinese cuieme
2015 MARKET ST,_KEVSTomc

The ornate Denver
Buddhist altar is the back-
drop for this picture of Mr,
and Mrs. Ken Kinoshita (nee
Yukiko Sugiura) taken after
the ceremony on Feb, 26.
(Photo by Tom Masamori.)
Scholarship Offered
future Bonsan
A first year scholarship
of more than $1400 and $900
a year thereafter until or-
dained as priest has been
offered by the Buddhist
churches of America,accord-
ing to recent decision of
the Board of Directors.
The need for Nisei minis-,
ters to take over the chur-
ches throughout America in
the near future has been the
force in granting adequate
scholarship to aspiring
young ministry students.
SHoyu GersTV. BOOST
"Shoyu will me day be-
come household word, replac-
ing unsavory names like "bee-
tle juice" or "bug juice" if
the present big time adver-
tisement campaign put on by
the Kikkoman Shoyu continues.
Many high class name
shows are featuring the ori-
ental sauce daily over San
Francisco TV stations.
Americanized spelling of
"Kikko" and MMan" is prefer-
red by the sponsor, Pacific
Trading Co. of S.F.,accord-
ing to advertisements which
are flooding the West Coast
food shppers.
FANCY NAME FOR PRIVY
Some places it says "Men
and Women11, others have He
and She", but in one movie
house in Tokyo, the manager
changed it to "Guys and
Dolls, to keep up with the
featured film, Marlon Bran-
do's Guys and Dolls,
JR SHOP
i5IO*l5~ST# CH43S46
PAGE 3
PWHSSIOM
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ACCOUNTANT
GEORGE MITSUO KANEKO
2801 E. Colfax d!T8-1666
DENTIST?
JOHN CHIKUMA, DPS
Brighton, Colo.
MILTON HA YAM). DPS
2103 Larimer St. MA 3-9400
.MICHAEL T. HORI. DDS
I211E7 18th Ave CH4-1617
ITO DENTAL GROUP
'830 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
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
GSNTA NAKAMURA,.DDS
200 Interstate Trust Bldg.
TA 5-7598
INSURANCE A66NTS
BOB HORIUCHI & CO
2586 So Race St PE 3-9166
HENRY K. IMADA 4588 Lowell Blvd &R 7-8413
SAM' Y. .MATSUMOTO
Henderson, Colb. AT 8-2536
JINZO NODA 3211 Clayton. FR 7-1065
ATTORNEYS
TOSH ANDO 1942 Larimer AC 2-5315
MINORU YASUI 1225 20th St AL 5-7227
OPTOMETRISTS
BEN MATOBA, OP
1927 Larimer KE 4-1941
MISAO MATOBA. OD
Ft. Lupton UL 7-6550
Physician*
CHARLES FUJISAKI. MD
40 N. Main Brighton' 418
T. K. K0B4 YASHI. MD
1227 27th St KE 4-4590
RICHARD MOMII. MD
5.227 27th St KE 4-3104
ISAMU 0ZAM0T0. MD
301 Interstate Trust Bldg.
TA 5-1596
HOWARD SUE1UGA . MD
830 18th St. AC 2-1314
GEORGE TAKENO. MD
830 16th St". TA 5-0763
MAHITO UBA. DO
1230 21st St. MA 3-3743


DENVER JACL BULLETIN PAGE 4
TOWN TALKS
0 Golf practices are on tap
for May, according to Mar-
cellian girls club calendar
and we might see them under-
shooting their husbands come
summertime when fishing
takes them away from the
course
Grace Kataoka is heading
the club for 1956, with
Grace Noguchi as VP; Helene
Ioka, treasurer; Torn! Maye-
da, secretary. Altho a so-
cial club, the girls go in
for bowling, golf and cards.
MR. end MRS. WILLIE HASE-
'"-AWA attended the funeral
services of WILLIES mother
who died of injuries re-
ceived when she was struck
by a cable car in Seattle,
Washington.
Among those on the sick
list recently were Hr. Y.
Honda hospitalized for ten
days, during operation.
0 Mrs. Sato Mikuni heart
attack, recovering at. her
home. Jennie Kitagawa will
be hospitalized again for
two weeks more for that
troublesome stomach pains.
0 Mrs. Fumi Yabe is hosting
her mother, Mrs. Akiya, who
is stopping here on her re-
turn leg to her Cleveland
home via way of S.F. where
she was visiting her eldest
daughter, Yuri Imazeki.
0 Ikie Kawamura, the Nisei
Lad with an educated knuckle
and last years Marble Champ
of the State will defend his
title against 70 contestants.
Amonsr the contestants are
Tom' Tabuchi Fat Motoyama,
Dennis WanifUchi and Don Yo-
shimura. In the "jacks" di-
vision are: Virginia Okida,
Carolyn Nishimoto .and Phylis
Tsukaraoto.
0 Two Nisei girls are want*
ed to paint and pack sou*
venirs. Contact Mr. Doll at
GL 5-9100
0 Denver bowlers will envy
KAZ KATAYAMA of Los Angeles
who bowled a perfect 300 in
the L.A, Examiner Singles
qualifying round. If he had
rolled the 300 just eight
days earlier, he would have
received $300,
KATAYAMA, a former Bel-
mont Higrid star, became
the tenth Nisei to roll the
"300" ?arae. Others are;
FUZZY SHIMADA of S. F.;
FRANK SEHARA, Denver; FRANK
KEB0 of Chicago; GEORGE KOBE
L.A.; BILL KOBAYASHI, L.A.;
TOK ISHIZAWA, L. A.; GEORGE
KISHIDA, Salt Lake City; KAZ
OHOnx, Chicago; and BOB MORI
of L.A,; and this year GEO,
INAI Of S.F.
Your friendly
NEW YORK IJFE INSURANCE
AGENT
SAM MATSUMOTO AT 8-2536
0 Our Colorado Times deliv-
ery boy pays little attention
to the names written on the
papers for delivery. How-
ever, thanks to him we now
know that MRS. SEA WOO and
JIMMY OMU^A live around in
our neighborhood.
0 Mr. and Mrs. Massey Nishi-
yama with their daughter,
Julie, )r, moved into their
new home on Vf* IjlOth, recent-
ly. Their nhone number is
G2 3-1638.
0 Taking advantage of the
latest job opening, is. NOBBY
FURUIYE of 3738 Kaiaoath St.
working as a checker at the
East 34th Ave., Miller Super
Market.
# m*. Dick Homii returned
to Denver after 2 weeks in
Southern California where he
attended the Medical Conven-
tion in L. A. He was ac-
companied by his father,wife
Chizu and their little dau-
ghter.
# EDWIN F. YANASE of 3061
S. Bryant St., of this city
is listed in the telephone
book as operator of "rabbit-
ry". Is that raising rab-
bits? It must be a very
profitable business, if what
they say about rabbits is
true,
0 Groceryman,K.K.* Ifcumaf: of
2204 Champa Street was held
up by a youthful gunman and
robbed of about $22 on April
2.
0 Tom,Helen, and son Dennis
Ioka left for San Francisco
Wednesday to brine home tors.
M. Ioka who is scheduled'to
arrive from Japan on May 21.
0 The JACL acknowledgment
0 f appreciation to Toshiko
Bing for the donation of ho-
sieries and blouses from her
newly opened IIode-O-Day Shop-
pe, (1st. at Broadway) at re-
cent Family Fun Hite.
NISEI WOMEN
TURNING TOGOlf
When husbands can get up
at 2 A. M. to go fishing,
there is no reason why wives
cant ge.tup at 5 for a
round of golf.
And so a few brave women
are showing up in the wee
hours of Sunday morning at
the city park mastering the
old Scotch game of hit and
walk, walk and hit again. .
Getting' a jump on the 0-
thers at the tee-off are Sa-
chi Shibata, Harue Miyamoto,
Jennie Kitagawa,Rosa Mayeda,
Toshiko Ring, Bessie Shiyomu-
ra, Michi and Lillian Terasa-
ki.
The girls would like to
get in touch with other wo-
men golfers interested in
forming a club in the near
future. More Information
can be had by contacting
Rosa Mayeda, Harue Miyamoto,
or Lillian Terasaki.
AWARDED SCHOLSH IP
Carl A. Yorimoto, who has
collected more honors for
himself and for the Niseis
in general during his Manual
High School career, topped
it off at graduation time by
being selected as one of the
?6 students to receive a
l^-year Boettcher Foundation
Scholarship.
Carl is the only son of
Art and Kana Yorimoto of
1853 Vine Street and former-
ly of Los Angeles via Santa
Anita Relocation Center and
Amche. He expressed his in-
tention of entering CU this
fall majoring in engineering.
The highly prized honor
award pays tuition plus over
$600 to cover other expenses.
This handsome young Yori-
moto won the highest R0TC
rank when he was selected as
commander of all-Denver re-
giments last fall*
TRUCK DRIVER
BRUISES TOT/ 3
A truck driven by Kay
Kawakami, 32, of 2461 Champa
St., struck down a 3-year
old tot, John Sais, who ran
across the street, unattend-
ed. The boy was treated for
bruise, cutes, and shock.
The driver was charged
with careless driving, lack
of due care and taking the
right of way from pedestrian
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THE MILE HI JACL BULLETIN
1225 Twentieth Street
Denver 2, Colorado.
SYR DID TOT HAD
fUN SCATTERING $80
MICKY UYEDA, 5 year old
son of SAM and FUDGE UYEDA
of 819 32nd Street, must
have been a very popular boy
while the adventure lasted.
Loaded with $80 in twenty
dollar greenbacks whbh MICKY
found in the back pocket of
hie fathers pants, he must
have had a grand time scat-
tering them in front of the
apartment, until stopped by
his mother in time to re-
coup half of the loot.
The UYEDAS are out $I|.0,
some lucky kids bought a lot
of candy, and MICKY had a
lot of fun*
RUBY DftU&KtGCH/HP.
Bowling team sponsored by
the Ruby Drug Go., won the
championship trophy in the
Nisei Womens Leaguetop-
ping the Kawano Jewelers
girls.
The champ keglers were
composed of MATS ITO, UNIS
KAWAKAMI, JUNE OKIZAKI, MIT-
ZIE NOGUCHI and LIZ KITASHI-
ma.
TANAKAS TOLA.
Denver will lose another
popular couple when Ken and
Toshi Tanaka leave here for
Los Angeles on or about July
1^.
Toshi, who has been one
of the more ardent supporter
of the local JACL and staff
member of the BULLETIN, ex-
pressed regrets in leaving
her Denver friends, but
claims'that her aging mother
requires her help.
Ken Tanaka is a special-
ist in custom conversion
jobs,, being co-owner of
Daves Auto Shop with Art
Yorimotb. He regrets leav-
ing so many trouts behind.
Sec. 34.66, P. L. & R>
Permit No. 2Q91-&;
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