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VOLUME 31, NO. 4374 Entered at Post Office in Denver, Colo., as Second Class Matter PUBLISHED TBpEEKLY AT DENVER, COLORADO V copy; 15 my $3.75 C mos.; $7.00, year. Saturday, OCT. 13, 191
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ASome Tule Lake Internees
vipow Want U.S. Citizenship
WASHINGTON Some of the
Japanese Americans who re
nounced their United States
citizenship at thd start of the
war have changed thejr minds
and are seeking an opportunity
io pledge allegiance to this coun
try. A justice department official
disclosed last Wednesday several
letters have been received from
such individuals interned at tho
Tulq Lake Segregation Center.
The official said the requests
nave been ''comparatively few"
in relation to the 4,000 to 5,000
Japanese who refused to take
thpi oath of allegiance to the li
nked States and are being de
tained at Tule -Lake.
Some of the Japanese assert,
it" was learned, they were over
persuaded, particularly by pa
rental influence, to renounce
United States citizenship. Now
that they face deportation to
Japan, they desire a chance to
regain the citizenship they say
they lost without full consent of
their individual wills.
StilwellSpearsOut
For Nisei Soldiers
V NEW DELHI Gen. Joseph
Stilwell, commander of the U.S.
Tenth Army, advocated the
strongest possible measures this
week against any "barfly com
mandos" who molest Japanese
American soldiers.
5"he Nisei "bought an awful
big hunk of America with their
blood," Stilwell said in an inter
view on Okinawa which ap
peared in the Roundup, the.GI's
newspaper in the Burma-India
heater.
"You're damn right those Ni
sei boys have a place in the
American heart, now and for
pver,rt Stilwell declared. "And I
say we soldiers ought to form a
pickaxe .club to protect Japanese
Amtrlcans1 who fought the War,
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CHICAGO Plans for the
publication of the Chicago Shim
po, -Japanese-language newspa
per, were disclosed this week
by Ryoichi Fujii, editor of the
projected weekly.
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Angel Beauty Salon
C15 Fifteenth Street Denver, Colorado
Telephone: KEystone 9224
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Physician Surgeon
Announces the Removal of his Office to
'The Vimcar Building (formerly Shokin Building)
Suite 209-210 124 S. San Podro St.
Los 'Angeles, California
Phones: Off. VAndike 5944 Home ANgelus 19038
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Pattern Drafting
Tailoring Grading
Accessory Creations
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Batteries
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Others base, their pleas on
"hardship" issues, claiming ill
ness or v other factors which
would endanger their travbls.
The requests are "being con
sidered" by the justice depart
ment, but there is little evidence
in official quarters they will be
granted.
Warren Denies
Request for
SACRAMENTO, Governor
Warren last Friday said he is
"positively opposed" to bringing
Japanese prisoners of war into
California as farm workers.
A report from Washington re
cently had Warren asking t the
War Department to transfer
Japanese prisoners to California.
He said he had made no request
and issued the following state
ment: "I am shocked to see that I
have been reported in the pres3
as having advocated the bring
ing of Japanese prisoners to this
State. I have never made any
such request and I am positive
ly opposed to such action. Any
representation to the contrary is
false.
"I have the greatest sympathy
for the farmers who are having
difficulty in obtaining workers
to harvest their crops but I do
not believe any good can come
from bringing Japanese prison
ers into the State as farm work
ers or otherwise."
In a wire to Secretary of War
Patterons, Warren said:
"It would cause intense re
sentment and incite disorder at
a time when we are endeavor
ing to maintain a temperate at
titude .toward returning Japa
nese citizens of this State."
First PW Arrive
In, California
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Camp Lamont to be used in the
harvesting of Kerri County cot
ton crops, it was disclosed hero
this week.
The captured Japanese were
transferred to the San Joaquin,
Valley from Camps McCoy in
Wisconsin and Clannda in Iowa
and will replace German war
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and Auto Repairs
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
20th Lawrence Sts.
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone: MAln 9373
2S Washing
m Greasing
PJH. Every Day
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Church Bulletin
California Street
Community Church
2515 California Street
Sunday, October 14
9!30 a.m. Sunday School
10:00 a.m. Issel Service.
11:15 a.m. Morning Worship
rvice. Sermon topic:
"Meeting Life in a Roundabout
Way"
3:00 p.m. Nisei Service at
First Methodist Church of Gree
ley. Speakers will be Pfc. Her
bert Okano and Pvt. Bright Ho
shiko, both veterans of World
War II.
7:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
with the young people of Bar
num Church as guests.
Japanese Return to
Calif. County from
Relocation Points
CdLUiU, Calif., Twoiitytwo
foniior Japanese residents of Colu
sa both alien mid citizen, returned
here during lust week end. More
than .'tO rcturnwl JnpatU'se and
Japanese Anierlcnns are llviiiK in
Colum mid environs, with Ave stu-i
dents in the IiIkIl school and two'
in the elementary school. I
The returning JuiKinevv sHtit I
liiHt Siitunlay niovhig Htored art!-'
eii'H from the former NMiiikiiicnv
bdiool mid 11 report was made to 1
Rherilt It. Houx that duriiiKi
their abx'iico the school had been
broken into. One .fapaneo said a
refri(?erator ho had stored there'
W1IH mlKHillfJ.
In the meantime, the Colusa
County Hoard of Suiiervlsors adop
ted a motion whereby tho board is
on record as "opiMised to grunting
county Indigent aid to any Japa
iienc unless to one who has volun
teered in the armed fortes of tlie
United States."
prisoners as agricultural labor
ers.
(Kerh'1'County1'' grewcrirttwKcd
contracted ior me laoor aia so
because of the extreme sh'ortage
of domestic and other farm la
bor needed at present to harvest
the cotton crop, county labor
committeemen stated.
Buy Victory Bonds!
CASH
fox
ONIONS-POTATOES
Carlot Only
UN MARKETING CO.f
ROCKY FORD, COLO.
Vagabonds Present:
li T- -n
txgxo limes trance
'featuring
Turk Stevenson
Sir Y-Iie 1?irrl 4-TS
U.t,..-JL
Saturday,
Coronado Club
Couples, $1.50
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NEW YORK
BEAUTY SALON
YOSHIKO ARIKI
82S 15th St Denver, Colo.
TAbor 1425
Res. Phone TAbor 7388
Shampoo Wave S1.00
Guaranteed Permanent
$4.00 up
20TH STREET
Beauty Shoppe
1225 20th St., Denver'
Joseka Hirotsu, Prop.
Permanent Wave Specialist
HALL1WKLL
Kera-Kold Wave
Tel: TAbor 8428
Hours: 8 to 8
Evenings by. Appointment
FOR GOOD SERVICE
Reasonable Rates
ROCKY MTN
CLEANERS
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
1948 Larimer St
Denver, Colo.
Phone CHorry 2757
442nfantry"MostDecorate4)Veterans Call for Vigorous Law
Umfcwmencan
TOMBOL
taly The Jap-
anese Am'er
tol Combal
442nd RcGimen-
foam, "the most
decoraiea
.history," hi
in U.S military
eccived 1002 dec-
i orations at
Pimrtp.. tliiiw Aftnn
,...wn. mull 1UUM
I Purple Hca
as of Aus 7.
1 1945, accon
Uoi the organiza
ition's rccore
tion SeDt. 17 tho
unofficial Si
refor decorations
11580, exclusive of
was listed al
Purole Heai
mj Japanese A-
mcrican tro'J
Bj( nave received
I the follow!)!
taccorauons for
li European and
action in
Mediterranet
theaters of O-
1 pcrationi
QC DistlnfTiiishnrl
Unit Citatic
ff(two additional
presidential li
auons nave ooen
jA.ug. 7, making
awaraca sine
the total fh
WUelievcd to be
the m6st yc
my uny unu unu,
42 Distinguis
Service Crosses,
one Distingul
Service Med
la
Sues
Over
Sales
iiial of
i Permit
LOS ANdKl
-Alleging that
ho was dculeud
e due proce of
lnw gnarantw
sunder the 14th
Anieiidnient n
the Constitution,
Keuzo Suplno',?:
in Jnpaucxc tiled
suit in Sucrl0
a writ of mm
Court Monday for
to compel the
State Hoard
Iqiuillzatloii to is-
sue him a sale
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lotrlst. iisertKl
Sugiuo, an
that It Is news
r&vfor him to sell
glasses and lc
tjto conduct his
business and
june in uie
board refiised
hut the permit,
holding that
Unplieants must
be fertilled M
to the i'nltwl
States by the
or Navy.
Subsequently";
alleges, Army
officials saut. i
miiUI issue no
such certificate
the Navy re
fied to tttkon
luct Ion In the
case.
The suit, vl
aa tllinl thru
attorneys for
inerlcnu Civil
Liberties Union!1
Catholic
ijstwmiciw-u
Hiat
'rr?... k
wiuinm u. u
sCutheni dl
trict Miember 'bf the hoard, HUited
tliat it xm& Uie lioaAlIs iwllcy to
discourage Japaneso from retunv
iug to Southern California.
Sugino asserted jjthnt his son,
Arthur now is wlthjhe Ai my oc
cupation forces in -'Japan.
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October 13th
lGth Clark'son St.
GI Couples, Half Price
1108 18th' Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phono KEystone 3910
We Repair
Radios, Irons, Hotplates
For Sale
Electric Wire, Cord
Iron Cords, Plugs, Sockets,
For Expert Radio Service
RADIO
Maintenance Co.
1320 16th St., Denver 2
TEL: TAbor 1967
Joseph "Munch" Nakaokl
Oeal Radio Repairs, Supplier
Electric Appliances
Prompt Service At
Reasonable Rates
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Under New MaMgemeat
Owipletely Keieewatei
ycltiijc Gale
1321 2Ui St
Fine Food At
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Qti SArvtet
Large Room for Partial
Military History
al, 13 Legions of Merit, 219 Sil-
vor Stars, 5 Oak Leaf Clusters
to the Silver Star, 11 Soldiers
Medals, 579 Bronze Stars, 24
Oak Leaf Clusters to the Bronze
Star, 13 Army Commendations,
and 62 Division Commendations.
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Donna Sinus for
Yankee GIs
TOKIO. Mtului.R. Tninukl MKrioU3 ch"Ptcrs of thc America
urn, .lapaucxc prima (lonna ior
merly with the .Metropolitan OiK'ra
fiiiiiNiny, sang for AiiierlcniiH for
Hit llrnt time In nearly a decade
when she npiieuicd before the 1st
CliMili Division
She lived in the United States
from Wir to and entertain
C( Americnu doughboys home from
iii.r ri'itni Included
tlie last wa
Ameilcan folk songs as well as oi-
eratic airs and ended with the Star
siHUiRien iianner which sue miki b' ui mi.- uuunau M prospective and interested
she "hadn't heard for so long." Service Committee, which has howlers will bo considered for
Her accompanist was Master Sgt its national headquarters in this jeacuc membership at this time.
Uuss liels. New ink, N. J. Jcity. The Friends Resettlement! 'f
A Committee, headed by Robertson, was also disclosed that the
i-U U U C U 1 Vort contributes valuable serv-ldcarth of Pin-bo's wi bc re'
ChlcagO High School J' ,nn b "f r""b'C lCv Heved by Boy Scouts who have
Pioneers in
Racial Amity
ClIH'ACtO. Students of all
rncts and lellglous can study anil!
play together peacefully and profi
tably. That Is the exiterienie of the
Green and White, a club of leading j
Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Negro
ami Nisei boys at Senn HI School.
The club, now In its second year
Is credited by Senn's principal,
David M. Davidson, with helping
to eliminate all Intolerance at the
school.
"Unlike many other high schools
we have never had any racial or
religions problems" Davidson said.
"Senn wok as a whole.
"Nobody lsjdeuled the right to
Joh'i ianykorgunlwUipjrbecanNe ;fjtions and. Jiftcen bloodtransfu-
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NOTICE CHlCAGOANS
All Businessmen -Professionals
Hotel Apartment Proprietors
Phone Michigan 7323 for listing of name
and business in the First Chicago Nisei
Business Directory.
A courteous representative will call at
your convenience. Act now don't delay!
Kaliloinians ontekfiise
co JOE KOMAKI
1833 N. Bissell St.
Chicago 14, Illinois
Deadline October 27th. Book to bc published by
thc second week in November.
BARBER SHOP
Richard Yanagidate, Prop.
911 E. 43rd St.
Chicago, Illinois
SILVER DOLLAR
SEWING SALON
19th Lawrence Sts.
Suits Dresses
CUSTOM MADE
TOd Nod. BUv Doiur
Umeko Mamlya Tel: ma 9970
92019th St., Denver, Colo.
Portable Radio Specialist
George Hirotsu
Radio Engineer
For Sale All kinds of
Portable Radios Elec
tric Radios. Also good

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phonograph neeldes
pickups. I
sanssRnnnsnm
Olympic Hotel
2226U Larimer St
Denver t, CUni
Tel: TAbor K41
TranaleBt aad
Light Housekeeping"
Mer. G. M. OHARA
VTTlt''rft1Hf
Enforcement
HOLLYWOOD The Hblly-
wootj chapter of the American
Veterans Committee has. asked
President Harry S Truman in a I
'formai resolution passed on Sept.!
24 to cau upon public officials
to immediately institute vigorous
prosecution under tho law of,
nn? intlmldntor or poison re-
sponsible for acts of violence
nitnlnst rntnrnlnu Americans of
Japanese descent.
The now outbreak of "inci-,
dents," which have taken the 1
form of shootings, incendarism,
Governor Earl Warren, and va-
V-
i NltirlrM filr Nieoi
Give Benefit Dance for'
American Friends
Service Committee
PHILADELPHIA At
lance recently given by Phila-
delphia Nisei, $116.51 was raised
o support the resettlement pro-
,lce thruout the country. They
jhave sponsored many of thc'b"n commandeered to provide
hostels, given freely of jheir
time for counseling and job
finding, and done much to mold
favorable public opinion.
Hood River Nisei Gl
At Fitzsimons
Sgt. Seichi Nishioka, one of
the Hood River Nisei whose'
names were erased from the ci-
1 11 1 ai a
iys nonor ron Dy me American
Legion post (but later restored),
js" presently convalescing at Fitz
tsimmons General Hospital here
in Denver.
Sgt. Nishioka.who was wound
ed by shrapnel in Italy while
fighting with the 442nd, is re
ported to have had five opcra-
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PHOTO STUDIO
1945 Champa St, Denver
Tel: CHcrry 8510
Hours: 10-6 and by
Appointment
Special Rates To Those
In The Armed Forces
M. M. NAKADATE,
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Dentistry
Phone MAdlson 3450
040 So. Stanford Street
Los Angeles, California
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Proline Sheds-Ice nooses
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Relocation Opportunities
No Charge For Service
see-Jim yoni
AT OFFICE OF
Coordinated Labor Resources
Big Spruce Logging Operation
1921 Larimer St., Denver, Colo.
TEL: KEystone J 871
KAWAMATA
Shoe Repair Shop
1217 It th Street
DENVER 2, COLORADO
Mail Orders Promptly
And Carefully Filled
in Resolution
Veterans Committee,
.md vandalism, and the apparent
reluctance of public officials in
certain California communities to
invoke laws that will stop such
persecutions incited the veterans
to draft the resolution
Copies of the resolution were
tt to President Truman, Attor-
ncy General Tom Clark, Interior
Cnrirrinm (InmM TfWoe ?nr
Attorney General Robert Kenny,
Men's
Bowling League
The Men's Bowling League
will display its wares for the
coming season with special tune
up games at the Denver Recrea
tion Bowling Alley tomorrow
afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock.
Five teams have already con-
,j n!,ri,.innin in tho nt.
(tempt to Kain iocai prcslige and
Vle for n,n honors. However,
adequate pin setting service.
WANT ADS
I.O.ST (Jruen very thin wrist
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nR,( nt KoUonlrome. Kcward. Call
GL 71-10 after I! p.in.
WANTED School hoy to do
odd chores around house. Room,
hoard and wage. Inquire at The
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WANTED Waitress for full
time morning shJU. Curtis Gate,
1852 OurtlK'ftuVApy ptr!wnaly.
WANTED k Man or tVonuiv to
do Ironing. Experience- noi.lMCc
wiry. Call Mr. T. Serhawa, Capi
tol Hill Hand Laundry, 329 E. 17th
Ae.. MAln 7523.
FOR SALE 25)2(5-28-30 Arapa
hoe St., 25-room Apt. house. Tlireo
houses. $71.0. Terms. Net income
'oxer $100 kt month. For details
.call Couch, Carrol Realtor., PEarl
'2133.
WANTED Two riders or
young couple. Leaving Mon. or
Tucs. for San Francisco. Share
expenses. Call CHcrry 5870.
I FOR SALE 2800 Williams
St., by, owner, lovely 10-room
home suitable for large family
or income property. Choice cor
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lots. Steam heat. Small store
facing avenue now rented. Call
MAin 5528.
FOR SALE Like new bung
alow, $1950. Lovely broad front,
rug brick, G rooms and breakfast
nook. Beautiful condition, dou
ble garage, Columbus gas furn
ace. Call EA 1117.
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Cases, 2G x 28; also metal
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cases overnieht cases to match.
j2 suiters overnight to match.
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Title
Kakushu jiji = Colorado times (Denver, Colo.), October 13, 1945
Other Title
格州時事 = Colorado times.
Colorado times
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Denver, Colo.
Created / Published
Denver, Colo., October 13, 1945
Subject Headings
-  Japanese Americans--Illinois--Chicago--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--California--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--Colorado--Newspapers
-  Denver (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  California
-  Colorado
-  Colorado--Denver
-  Illinois--Chicago
-  United States--Colorado--Denver--Denver
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Triweekly, -
-  Dai 1-gō (Taishō 7-nen 1-gatsu 7-ka [Jan. 7, 1918])-dai 10024-gō (Shōwa 44-nen 2-gatsu 10-ka [Feb. 10, 1969]).
-  Although not published at a relocation center, served as a communication link between what was going on outside of the camps (regarding opinions towards Japanese-Americans)--and the day to day events that took place inside the camps.
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Available on microfilm from the Colorado Historical Society, UCLA Library Reprographic Service, and the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In Japanese, Jan. 7, 1918-Aug. 18, 1942; chiefly in Japanese, some English, Aug. 20, 1942-Feb. 10, 1969.
-  Nichi Bei times (DLC)sn 83002177 (OCoLC)4601742
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