Search Local History Articles
Browse Local History Topics
- Community Services
- Crime & Public Safety
- Cultural Diversity
- Disasters & Calamities
- Executive Order 9066 and the Residents of Santa Cruz County
- In the 19th Century
- In the 20th Century
- Libraries & Schools
- Making a Living
- Recreation & Sports
- Religion & Spirituality
- Spanish Period & Earlier
- Unusual & Curious
- Weather & Pop. Stats.
- World War II
Santa Cruz County History - Executive Order 9066 and the Residents of Santa Cruz County
Watsonville Register-Pajaronian. Nov. 24, 1944. p. 1
HENRY IZUMIZAKI KILLED IN ACTION
POSTON, Ariz. (Special) PFC Henry S. Izumizaki, 23, former resident of Watsonville and a graduate of Watsonville High school in 1940, was killed in action in France on Nov. 2 while fighting with the 442nd combat regiment. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Izumizaki.
His death increases the number of gold stars on the Poston center service flag to 11. On Oct. 19, PFC Paul Horiuchi, also formerly of Watsonville, was killed in action in France.
PFC Izumizaki was a member of the Watsonville High school football team and of the Block "W" society. His brother, PFC James Izumizaki, was reported wounded in France on Oct. 17. Another brother, Pvt. Arthur, is stationed at Camp Blanding, Fla.
Copyrighted by the Watsonville Register-Pajaronian. Reproduced by permission.