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It’s that time again—the big event of the NVC year. And from all
indications. this one will be bigger and better than ever.
This year's NVC-WAC Installation Dinner Dance will be held on A
pril 23 at the Hotel Wilsonian, 47th and University Way. A huge
crowd is anticipated for this affair so may we suggest you make your
reservation by calling either Louise Kashlno. m. 1096. or Tom Tsuta
kawa, CA. 7669. We would appreciate it if you would make your call
before April 19.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer sports editor. Royal Brougham. will
be our main speaker. Royal needs no introduction and as you well
know, he never fails to captivate his audience with his scintillating
talks. NVC feels fortunate in being able to present Royal Brougham.
Also on the program will be the installation of new officers of the
NVC and Auxiliary and presentation of Life Membership certificates
to NVC members_
Dancing will follow with music provided by Emmett Lewis and his
distinctive orchestra. '
According to pledge program chairman, Lefty Ichihara, the paid
up $lOO life members are booming in. And according to the latest fi
gure. the number has increased to 18.,
Actual Payment Due--
Hausa OKs Million fer '42 losses
Funds for the payment of evacua
tion claims awarded during the
past and current fiscal year inthe
amount of one mllnon dollars
have been approved by the House
of Rbpreuntati'm. reported Mike
Maaaoka. Washington representa—
tive o! the Japanese American Cl
.‘izens League. _
Earlier. the proposed evacuation
claims payment measure of
$1,088.26? now Included in the Se
cond Supplemental Appropriations
Bill for fiscal 1956. was passed by
the House Appropriations Com
The deficiency bill has been re
ierred to the Senate Appropria
tions Committee for additional
These proposed fund to pay eve.-
cuation claims are to be used for
the actual payment of claims and
not for the Justice Department's
administrative expenses incurred
in the processing of these claims.
explained Masaoka.
Evacuation Claims awarded but
unpaid in fiscal 1954. which ended
June 30. 1954. will be paid $198,267.
The remaining $870,000 will be
used to pay those evseuutlon
claims already awarded and those
which are later awarded before
So What Department--
65m. In Janan laller, (urvier Now
TOKYO —-Compa.red to their prewar sisters. Japanese girls today
are growing taller, curvler and more bosomy.
These were among the facts revealed recently in an Education Mi-
nistry white paper which stated that school girls are fast outstripping
prewar averages in height, weight and bust measurements—though
not necessarily academically.
Some attributed the blossoming female figure to the prererencq to
Wemm dresn ovu- the trgdulonu body-binding kimono which m-
mm movement.
I'here were Illa opinions from the medial mansion that the n
aultl might be rented to the 90mm ommolpmon of Jammie vo-
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The mm Thu
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Scuttle 4, Wall.
tilt June 30. the end or the cur
rent flml yeer. If more evacua
tion chime, however. ure untied
this fiscal year then anticipated.
then another upproprhtlone bill
will be required to pay the last :-
wurded chime. ‘
Both claims compromised under
the present $2.500 compromise
ceiling and those awarded through
the regular adjudicative processes
are included for payment in the
million dollar proposed appropria
While more than $65 million
was cut from the administration's
Budget Bureau recommendations
in the Second Supplemental Ap
propriations Bill. the House ap
proved the full $1,068,267 for pay
mhnt of evacuation claims. Masa
oka said.
Refund Situation
As Of Today
All out of town subscrlbers ex
cept {our in Tacoma. have been
mailed refunds. In the Seattle
file, we have just completed the
names beginning with “F.”
_Mlene Fukel. Business Minuet
15 Cents
Siam Drug (o.
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. ...Jnk. a million, Mom, on. i. absolutely m. in W rv; w in
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More leliers Mam.“ W
Dear Sir: ‘
We are truly unhappy to read the news in your paper concerning
the closing of The Northwest t'l‘imes. We call it “ours" in a way for
we've formed an attahced loyalty to it.
We have appreciated th emany informative articles and news about
the community and about the Northwest area. We have even patro
nized some of the advertisers and had mentioned The Northwest
We have always appreciated your wedding gift to us of a three
month's subscription. ..
We wish you. our whole family. too, for much future happiness and
Joys. We'll miss reading your articles. "Main Street" and “Musings.”
We'll often wonder how you are, and hope that you are well.
allies: and Marten ”Mi
"Dear editor:
We are sorry to learn that you are sin-pending publication March
30. Many thanks for your help in the put, both :6: operation Cross
roads. and my own agency. the Seattle Hashim;
Dear Sir:
It was with a feeling of regret that I recently read in your paper of
your plans for discontinuation of this publication.
May I. at this time. point out that through your most wonderful co
verage of news of our church activities. the Seattle Buddhist Church
and all of its affiliated organisations have benefitted greatly: and
your deep interest in the welfare of all has made it possible for us to
serve. in some small way. the peoples of this community.
Please accept our sincerest wishes in your new ventures.
Most Sincerely.
. s/ M. Shots Masunaga
Seattle Buddhist Church
Seattle Lotus Bhoyukai
Lotus Young Buddhist Association
Seattle Buddhist Sunday School
Boy Scouts, 252
Campfire Organization
5. B. C. Day Nursery
Call Mits Abe, EL. 9169 or SE. 8027
125 Dearborn WeDeliver In (ity
° Main Bowl
306 MAIN ST. MA. 9399. SE. 9234
TI. Olly AI-lubh NH Nmm In The Puma Nonhweu
Nisei Calendar
26—11 to 8 p.m.—Japanese Con
gnutional Church bazaar.
25' 26‘ 27—13th annual Western
Young Buddhist Conference in
Sun Francisco.
25. 26, 27 Presbyterian Young
Bellevers‘ spring conference at the
Prubyterlan Conference Grounds
near Port Orchard.
2—Ta.coma YBA dance in Taco
ma Buddhist. Church.
April 16. 11 am. to 7 p.m.. Bap
tist Bazaar.
23—NVC installauo.. clmner
dulce in Wilsoman' 47th 'md Ur-I—
versity. 6:30 p.m.
7—st. Peter's Episcopal Church
Buaar. 10 am. to 8 pm.
Program Slated
M Bailey Galzerl
”Americans All." a program to
be presented by the Bailey Gat
zert School P-TA at 8 p.m. Friday.
March 25, in the Bailey Gatzert E
lementary School, will feature a
few of the Japanese American ta
Scheduled on the program will
be a traditional kabukl dance by a
trlo from the Nakatanl School of
Dance which includes Sharon Ha
glmorl. Eileen and Wanda Naka
tam. other featured dancers will
be Jane Taklzawa. acrobat; Helene
Tsuuumoto. modern dancer. and
Yoshlye Iwaml. tap dancer.
Also billed are the renown drill
team from the Seattle Buddhist
Church and the famous “Can
cgm" dancers of, the Buddhist
nursery school.
Applicants Sought
For Printing Job
The Federal Civil Service today
announced an examination for the
position of printing and reproduc
tio foreman. The starting wage is
$2.43 per hour.
Further information and appli
cation form including instructions‘
on applying may be obtained from
the Board of U.S. Civil Service Ex
aminers, Department of the Army.
1519 8_ Alaskan Way. Seattle 4.,
or at the Eleventh U.S. Civil Ser
vice Region, 302 Federal Office
Building. Seattle 4.
Applications will be accepted by
the Board or U.S. Civil Service
Examiners. Department of the
Army. 1519 S. Alaskan Way, Sea
ttle 4. until April 4. 1955.
Classified Ads
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Wunted, secretary. Nisei girl over
23. Typing 3nd bookkeeping neocl
ury. Call ”.0017 for interview.
Underwood desk typewriter.
Good condition. 860. Inquire The
Northwest Times. SE. 5594.
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Ice (reamery
on Jun“ M. M MD. on
Flower Shop
Eden JACI (hapler (harges Race Bias
In Home-Seeking Nisei Vel's Case
SAN LEANDBO. Cam. (mm Shlmpo Dispatcm—Charflng that n
ny form of racial discrimination is 3 "shameful bio: on American de—
mocracy." members bf the Eden Township JACL have gone on record
to protest vigorously 1n behal! or Dr. Saturn Larry Alkawa who VIII
refused purchase of a 815,750 home
last, week.
S.F. News Editorial
Dr. Sltorll Larry Alkswn. 3 na
tive of Stockton. an Army vetenn
and Instructor in the UC dentol
school. msy hove to give up the l
des of buying a home In Son Le
nndro beesnse n i'ew neighbors
have nude threats uninst him
ond the owner who proposed to
sell it to him.
We could not write I. stronger e
dliorhl or revulsion udnst the
instance of nnressoning ruisldis
criminatlon than Is expressed In
the doctor‘s own words. his only
comment on the case:
‘l'm disappointed In my fellow
Americans. But I don't mm to
live where I am not wanted. Be-
In. bitter doesn't help. Yet they
call you up when It's time to serve
your country In the Armed Forc
We presume none of his neigh
bors objected when he went onto
~Editorlnl, San Frunrlsco News.
JA C L Letter
“Probably even more important.
then the purchase of a home by
one Nisel Is the poienilol signifi
cance Involved in ihll sordid evi
dence of discrimination. America
In engaged in u supreme contest in
Asia on which moy hinge the fate
oi the Free World. li. ls impen
iive that Americans M. home de
monstrate to the world the: demo-‘
crecy is not a philosophical con
cept. but 1 way oi living. Such
ms ss ibis one round in Son Le
andra can only give dongerouu :-
mmunltlon to our enemies in Asia
and Europe and eventually may
be poid for in countless Americon
lives." 1
—Northern Camomla - Western
Nevada District ('ounfll of JACL
letter to Mayor of San Lenndro
Goodwill Survey
SAN LEANDRO. Calif. Dr. 3-
ton: Aikawa of Sen Lelndro. who
was bitter about the death threat
thnt led to cancellation o! 3*
home purchese deal because he is‘
an Oriental. may well restore his‘
confidence in American (nir play
and justice,
A survey conducted by a “volunw
user goodwill lmbuendor" in San
Leandro. a television shop owner
by trade. indicated that his neigh
bors had no objection to having
the Nisei dentist as a, next door
The survey was reported In the
San Francisco Chronicle.
Wanted. Couple ior junitm- work
3275 month. furnished apartment
nnd utilities. FR. 3171.
‘. . . How They Will Be Accepted’--
M in r r '
agaz e lells Wa B lde 5 Slow
Ono of the 10.000 .Inpannse war brides now living in America. Mrs.
Put, Manny, the former Mieko Miynznkr sets forth in the April Rea
ders' Digest, lv-r lmprc-smons of hr‘r adopted countrv,
Mrr» Mnlloy_ whose father was a diplomat and whose grandfather
owned the public utilities of Osaka. lists for Digest writer J. P. McE
my the questions Americans ask her most frequently, and answers
them in her own words. Example:
“Do you '0", about your ohildun'a Mm. how they will in moa-
"Soon am: we mud hm a mu. boy loohod my “action on!
carefully and ukod hla moth-r. 'Whai kind at children an they? Ul‘
doubtodly this will coma up tim- and again In their young livoa. What:
my older [irl and. ‘Mommy. what am 1? l aimply told her aha va
a combination of lriah and Japanese. and that m the beat combina
tion there wu. How else could I name her she in a person in her
own right?"
Mrs. Malloy's husband IS a teacher m a. Roekland County. NY High
School. The couple met while Mallny was serving as an Army lieute
nant in General Douglas MacArthur's headquarters in Tokyo. nay
urv now the pare-nts of two daughters. aged (our and six.
in the booming suburb of Olklnnd
Dr. Alkawa. a vetcnn 0! World
Wur 11. wns In the process of pur
rhulng the home In Ssn WCIO
when the seller. Eu! H. “cunt.
received an nnonymoul deuh
threat phone cull Iron: a woman
if he sold to tn Orland.
Mln Shlnota and Dr. Frank SI-
lentlon from the Eden Tm
ohnpter of the Jeanne-e Ameri
cgn Citizens Dengue will call I
the Mnyor of Sun Leandra to ”-
test. the (Imam, dbcrlmlmuo. .-
telnet 1. leel who wished to H
I home In this city.
no of San Leandro mfeéed—g‘
Dr. Aikawa and stated protefl‘ln
be made to the City Council. Sh.
District Attorney's office and a.
Police Department as well u ‘-
er civic and county offichh O
the alleged housing biu.
Meantime. Kenji Fujii. .‘-
dent of Eden Township Im
chapter. disclosed he hits been ll
structed by Hnuo nhimaru‘ flat- 3
them California JACL rm
director. and Jack Node. chairman
of the Northern California-Went
ern Nevada District Council. to
“continue the fight until the issue
is settled."
Both Ishimaru and Noda Will
work closely with the chapter to
bring about a successful conclu
Dr. Aiknwa' 31. is a nathv o!
Stockton Ind presently can”
private panties M van u.-
struct at the Unxverslty of Cliffo
mla dental college. He and his
wife and their three sons 1m 1
110 C Singleton Ave.
Dr. Aikawa bitterly assailed "I.
shabby treatment accorded him I!
regard to buying a home.
“I have. been trying to buy 3
home close to my office for the
last three months. But It loom!
that ml estate uents here m :-
fnld to sell to the Orientsb. The!
ssy they might be kicked out 01
the Southern Alameda Res! Eo
tate Board.” Dr. Minn. acid.
Lscount was about to sign final
papers with Dr. Aikawa when a
mysterioua phone call by a woman
threatened his life. Lscount said
he later tapped the sentiments 01'
his neighbors and decided to can
cel the sale to “avoid further fric
Dr. Alkawn flatly said he does
not want to live where he is not
wanted. Some of his patients are
now trying to help him purchase
another home.

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