War Clipping from Oxnard Press Courier, Mon, Aug 6, 1945.

Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, August 6, 1945

Officer Asks Aid For NiseiKOMK U.Ri - (’lt;1. V. K. Miller of Winneconne. W as., commander of the (i;uk Nisei regiment. sought tin* aid of the war and interior departments today in combatting discrimination in the I niied States against Japanese* Amer ican war veterans.Miller was roused to action by the rejection of an application of I Me. Richard 11. Xaito of Spokane, Wah., a former member of his 112nd infantry regiment, formembership in post 51 of theveteran: of Foreign Wars inSpokane. Xaito was woundedwhile fighting in Italy with the Fifth army.Miller sent bluntly-worded letters to I . S. Interior Secretary Harold li kes and Assistant Secretary of War John Met'lev protesting against discriminationagainst Nisei servicemen.Miller also sent a letter to 1 can Jlclbig, commander of post 51, asking him to correct this grave injiMiee to an individual and to a great American tradition.