Saturday, February 1, 1997

Received from Shinichi Miyake, Hokkaido, Japan, 2/11/97

NO. 1 February 1, 1997

Received from Shinichi Miyake, Hokkaido, Japan, 2/11/97: Thank You, Ms. Picciotto!
510 Signatures arrived here in Kushiro

This passage is an excerpt from my letter for Ms. Picciotto. She is an activist of the anti-nuclear Peace Vigil which has continued since 1981 in Lafayette Park outside the White House.
"I am happy to learn that you are getting along quite well. A few days ago, I received a letter from Ms. Michie Mori who is Japanese student studying at American University in Washington, D.C. Michie said, when she recently visited the fort of Peace Vigil you asked her to send the petitions to me. In the big envelope, a lot of signature sheets were enclosed. The number was 477 people on 28 sheets. Total reached 510 in all, including 33 that you gave me three months ago at your fort. I am grateful to you for your cooperation."
To say in detail, the signer's nationality cover over 32 countries as follows:
America/137, Canada/6, Mexico/1, Panama/1, Columbia/3, Brazil/8, Uruguay/1, Argentina/4, UK/17, Ireland/7, Sweden/2, Netherlands/6, Belgium/1, Germany/27, France/4, Switzerland/2, Austria/1, Italy/6, Spain/34,Czeck/1, Slovakia/8, Hungary/1, Russia/4, Turkey/3, Israel/2, Singapore/1, Australia/8, New Zealand/5, South Africa/2, South Korea/95, China/6, Japan/93, and not clear/19.

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