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VOL. IV. NO. 4.
DENVER, COLORADO
DEC., 1962,
JACL NEW YEARS EVE DANCE
BROWN PALACE WEST, DEC. 31
TOM T. MASAMORI, General Chairman for the Mile-Hi JACL's festive
New Year's Eve Ball, to be held in the main ballroom of the Brown Pa-
lace West, in Denver, Colo., on Dec. 31st, from 9:00 p.m. until 1:00
a.m., confirmed that Jay Wieder's 7-piece orchestra will play for the
MILE-HI INAUGURAL
DINNER, JAN. 11IH
MILE-HI JACL's inaugural din-
ner will be held Fri., Jan. 11th,
at Akebono Restaurant, with Nat'l
JACL President, K. PATRICK OKURA,
as principal speaker.
dance on New Year's Eve. Before
the hour of midnight approaches,
MASAMORI promised that plenty of
noise-makers and favors would be
distributed to everyone attend-
ing the dance, to
welcome in the New
Year of 1963 with
gayety and revelry
unrestrained.'
CATHAY SKI CLUB
XMAS EVE DANCE,
AT SORRENTO'S
A "Winter Frolic" was promised
at a pre-Christmas dance, by the
Cathay Ski Club, on Mon. evening,
Dec. 24th, from 9:00 p.m., at the
Sorrento, 4780 Tejon St., Denver,
Colo.
Sorrento's restaurant and ban-
quet rooms are the former Cavali-
eri's, at W. 48th Ave. and Tejon
St., in Denver.
BOB INAI, Pre6. of Cathay Ski
Club, advised tickets are avail-
able from any member of the Club.
Kenny McVey's orchestra will
play for the dance. The general
public is invited. Tickets are
$2.50 per person.
SIMPSON CHURCH'S
CHRISTMAS SERVICE
REV. PAUL HAGIYA, minister at
Simpson Methodist Church, announ-
ced that the Christmas service of
the Church would be held on Sun.,
Dec. 23rd, at 11:00 a.m., for all
church members and guests.
REV. JON FUJITA, Issei minis-
ter, will conduct Christmas ser-
vices in Japanese, for the Issei,
at 2:00 p.m., Sun., Dec. 23rd, at
Simpson Church.
On Mon., Dec. 31st, a special
New Year's Eve candlelight commu-
nion service will be held, at the
Simpson Church, and young people
are especially invited to attend.
Everyone is most cordially in-
vited to attend any of the year-
end holiday services at Simpson
Church, 34th & High St., Denver,
Colo.
FT. LUPTON JACL
INAUGURAL DINNER
SET FOR DEC.29
FRANK YOK00JI, retiring Pres,
of the Ft. Lupton JACL, announced
Chat the annual installation din-
ner of the Ft. Lupton chapter is
scheduled for Sat., Dec. 29th, at
the Municipal Bldg in Ft. Lupton,
Colo., from 6:00 p.m.
Installation ceremonies of the
new 1963 officers of the Ft. Lup-
ton JACL will be conducted by MIN
YASUI, as Dist. Chrmn of the Mtn-
Plalns JACL Council.
TOM KOSHIO was elected the new
1963 President of the Ft. Lupton
JACL. (Complete list of the 1963
cabinet for Ft. Lupton JACL is on
Pg. 3, Col. 1.)
JUNE KAWAI, gracious hostess for
Japan Air Lines, was on hand to
greet guests at the JAL reception
held at the Brown Palace Hotel in
Denver, on Nov. 28th. MISS KAWAI
is with the Los Angeles office of
Japan Air Lines.
MILE-HI JACL BOARD
MEETING, JAN. 8 Hi
The first Mile-Hi JACL Board
meeting for 1963 will be held at
Cathay Post, on Tues., Jan. 8th,
at 8:00 p.m.
New officers of the Board will
be elected, and new Board members
will be introduced. All Mile-Hi
JACL members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend any and
all JACL Board meetings.
BOWLING TOURNEY
SLATED JAN. 25-27
GENE 1KEYA, President of the
bowling league at Simpson Church,
announced thet the annual invita-
tional tournament will be held on
Jan. 25-27, 1963 at Dahlia Lanes.
MEACH NOGAMI, 4771 Vallejo St.
(GR 7-5230), is Secretary of the
League, and full information can
be obtained from him. Full de-
tails will be released later.
Please call the JACL Office,
CH 4-2239 (or RA 2-9255) for din-
ner reservations as soon as pos-
sible.
MIKE TASHIR0, out-going chap-
ter Pres., will officiate as the
Master of Ceremonies.
I.C.S. SKI TRIP
AT WINTER PARK
SET FOR JAN. 13
Pres. HENRY T0B0 of the Inter-
mountain Collegiate Students, an-
nounced that the ICS Ski Trip to
Winter Park would be scheduled on
Sun., Jan. 13, 1963.
For Denver area students, the
chartered bus will leave, at 6:30
a.m., from in front of the Tri-
State Buddhist Church, 1947 Law-
rence St., Denver, Colo.
If a sufficient number of stu-
dents at CSU and CSC sign up for
the ski trip, another special bus
will leave from Greeley, Colo.
All students, and anyone In-
terested in skiing are Invited to
participate in the collegians'
ski outing. For Information con-
cerning details, please call any
I.C.S. officer listed on Pg. 5.
During an inter-
mission to be taken UAeAlunDi
prior to midnight, MASAMORI
drawings for many valuable prizes
will be held, under the supervi-
sion of the retiring 1962 Pres.,
MIKE TASH1R0 of the Mile-Hi JACL,
assisted by the prettiest lady in
attendance! (Please refer to the
posters around Nihonjin-machi, in
Denver, for prize lists.)
Breaking with past traditions,
the Mile-Hi JACL is not planning
to hold the usual annual year-end
banquet preceding the dance.
Dance tickets are $5.00 per
person for adults, and as a spe-
cial Inducement for young people,
only $2.50 per person for bona
fide students.
NAT'L JACL PRES.
TO TOUR COLORADO
JAN. II, 12. 13.
PATRICK OKURA of Omaha, Nebr.,
Nat'l JACL Pres., will make a 3-
day tour of Colorado, on Jan. 11-
12-13, 1963.
FRI.. Jan. 11th. OKURA is to
meet with members of the Mile-Hi
and Ft. Lupton JACL chapters, at
a joint dinner meeting at 6:30 pm
in Denver, Colo.
SAT.. Jan. 12th. he will go to
Alamosa, Colo., for the San Luis
Valley JACL inaugural dinner, to
be held that evening. The retir-
ing SLV JACL Pres., HARRY SUMIDA,
will introduce the newly-elected
Pres., N0BE ASHIDA, and his cabi-
net for 1963, for installation.
SUN.. Jan. 13th. an installa-
tion luncheon meeting at El Capi-
tan Hotel in Rocky Ford, with the
Arkansas Valley JACL is scheduled
at noon. HENRY KONISHI la 1962
Prea. of Arkansas Valley JACL.
Completing hia tour of Colo-
rado, Nat'l JACL Prea. PAT OKURA
will return to Omaha, on the eve-
ning jet flight, Sun., Jan. 13th.
miLE-HI JACL
BROWn PALACE
mon, DEC.31, 194^
9:00 pm* 1.00 nm
ADULTS S<£ PER PERSon
svuDEnts zs& PERpeeson
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PAGE 2.
MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
DEC., 1962.
A PART OF THE SENIOR M.Y.F. GROUP, from the Simpson Methodist Church,
who went to Ontario, Oregon, for the Northwest Young Peoples Chris-
tian Conference, over the Thanksgiving week-end. A total of 37 young
1963-65 NOMINEES
FOR JACL- BOARD
JOHN SAKAYAMA, Chrmn for Nomi-
nations for 7 new Board members
for the Mile-Hi JACL, announced
the following final slate of no-
minees: (Alphabetical order)
BRUCE HIRASAWA. native of Wyoming
now with Globe Life & Accident
Insurance Co., in Denver, Colo.
EUGENE IKEYA, a former Nebraskan;
engineer by profession; active
bowler and bowling leader.
MICHI IWATA, born in Calif., but
reared in Colo.; active bowler;
employed at Public Service Co,
HARRY G. MATOBA, an Issei, but a
naturalized U,S. citizen; has
business and travel agency.
DR. ROBT. MAYEDA, native of Long-
mont, Colo., and a dentist in
the Interstate Trust Bldg.
DR. DICK D, MOMII (M.D.), native
Coloradoan; practicing medicine
at 1227-27th St., Denver, Colo.
ROY NAGAI. formerly from Sacra-
mento, Calif.; managing Pacific
Mercantile Co., Denver, Colo.
JOANNA SAKATA, native Coloradoan;
wife of Robt. Sakata, of Brigh-
ton, Colo.; active JACLer.
TERRIE TAKAMINE. a native Denver-
ite; active Scouter; American
Potato Co., of Denver, Colo.
DON TANABE, formerly of Calif.;
active farm and community lead-
er in Brighton, Colo.
people, accompanied by 5 adult
counselors, traveled by special
railway car of the Union Pacific
Railroad, pictured above, on the
2,000 mile round-trip, 5-day tour
to the Oregon conference.
Some recognizable faces above,
from left to right, include TOMMY
FUJITA in 2nd seat, extreme left;
DICKIE SUENAGA, in 1st seat; and
just above him, BOB MASAMORI, in
3rd row; REV. PAUL HAGIYA at left
aisle.
In right aisle, fifth row back
is MRS. FLORINE BURROUS, counsel-
lor; in front of her is an elated
NORMAN YANASE; in 2nd row is BAR-
BARA LYSYJ; in the foreground is
MAUREEN TANOUYE; and in 2nd row,
extreme right is MARILYN HASEGAWA
with her eyes closed!
SIMPSON CHURCH NEWS
HELEN GOTO, Chrmn of the WSCS
project for the parsonage stove,
and AKI AKIYAMA, President of the
Cornelians, appealed for 17^ Gold
Bond stamp books to complete the
project. Please call AKI AKIYAMA
at CH 4-3457, if you can help.
* Two groups of carolers, led by
JOE ARIKI and FLOYD BURROUS, went
Christmas carolling on Fri., Dec.
21. SACHI BOYER and RUTH SHINTO
served chili to warm the singers.
# KANA YORIMOTO and FUMI YABE,
Co-Chrmn of the Missionary Com-
mission, headed a 'special project
to send blankets for Algerian Re-
lief, during December.
COLLEGIANS HOLD
BOWLING PARTY
NATCHI MATSUNAMI, Chrmn of the
ICS Social held in Greeley, Colo,
on Nov. 17, reported a good turn-
out of about 50 students for the
affair.
KEN KAWAHATA, of C.U., won the
men's high game trophy with 212,
while CAROLE UYEMURA, of CSC, won
the womens high honors with 157,
Following the bowling competi-
tion, the students enjoyed danc-
ing and refreshments.
6. KONISHI HONORED
BY FT. LUPTON JACL
GEORGE H. KONISHI, who has re-
ceived plaudits of newspapers and
recognition in the Congressional
Record, thru U.S. Senator John A.
Carroll, was specially honored by
Ft. Lupton JACL, on Dec. 8th.
Pres. FRANK Y0K00JI of the Ft.
Lupton chapter presented a hand-
illuminated scroll to KONISHI for
his outstanding service to the
community, and his impressive re-
cord of good citizenship.
The KONISHI's are parents of
thirteen children, all of whom
have distinguished themselves as
worthy citizens, in school and in
the community in which they live.
JAPAN SOCIETY FOR
COLORADO FORMED
Directors and officers of the
newly-organized Japan Society of
Colorado were announced, as fol-
lows*.
Mail ballots have been sent to
all Mile-Hi JACL members. Every
member may vote for not more than
seven Board members, or a lesser
number, if they wish.
Ballots must be returned to
the JACL Office, 1225-20th St.,
Denver 2, Colo., postmarked not
later than Dec. 31, 1962.
OPEN HOUSE AT ODOW RESIDENCE
EOTM,
CEnT
^ penvtz s\ colo.
KE A- 6997
VlOP' 05fcl Tftm U/RKl
TAE IT0 (Mrs. Sueo Ico), is at
left, and TRUE YASUI, at right,
watching some of the goings-on,
at the open house celebration, at
the Odows, on Dec. 1st.
SCENES at the Odow residence,
7801 So. High St., Littleton,
>lo., on Sat., Dec. 1, 1962.
NAMI MORIYA looking startled,
as tho "caught in the act!", with
ROSA ODOW, the hostess, at right,
and in the background, a bemused
MIKO KAViANO looking on. .
DIRECTORS:
REV. JONATHAN FUJITA, Issei min-
ister of Simpson M.E. Church;
WILLIAM K. HOSOKAWA, an Associate
Editor of The Denver Post;
ARTHUR JOLIFFE of Joliffe Orient-
al Importers, Inc. of Denver;
ELIZABETH H. ROSE, Chrmn of the
Denver Takayama Committee;
DR. EARL SWISHER, Prof., Oriental
History at the Univ. of Colo.
OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT. JUDGE GEO. PRIEST
of Jefferson County;
Vice-Pres. FRANK E. MCDONALD
of D-C Trucking Co.;
Secretary. MICHAEL L. FREED
of Schwayder Bros.;
Treasurer. ROBERT J. McCABE
of Japan Air Lines.
A general membership meeting
of the Japan Society of Colorado
will be held during January.
GEORGE FUJIMOTO
CAPITOL MORTUARY
1331 SHERMAN TA 5-0151
Personal Attention
to Every Detail


MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
PAGE 3.
DEC., 1962.______________
SAN LUIS VALLEY
GERRY TANAKA, Corr. Secty for
the San Luis Valley JACL, report-
ed election of 1963 officers for
the SLV chapter, as follows:
PRESIDENT.
Vice-Pres.
Corr. Secty
Rec. Secty
Treasurer.
. NOBE ASHIDA
. SAM MIZOKAMI
KIYOKO YOSHIDA
GRACE MIZOKAMI
. PETE UYEMURA
Directors-at-Large
Y. FUJIMOTO KAY SHIOSHITA
GEO. HISHINUMA HARRY SUMIDA
GEO. KATSUMOTO ROY TANAKA
FRANK UYEDA
* *
Membership Chrron for 1963 will
be JIMMIE KUNUGI, of Monte Vista.
The complete membership committee
is as follows:
JIMMIE KUNUGI.........Chairman
ROY FUJII........La Jara dist.
JOE SUGIURA. Ft. Garland dist.
MORRIS TANAKA. Blanca dist.
CLARENCE YOSHIDA Alamosa dist.
SAN LUIS VALLEY
SCHOLARSHIP FUND
San Luis Valley JACL has also
set up a $100.00 Scholarship for
1st year students at Adams State
College in Alamosa, available to
children of members of the chap-
ter.
ROY INOUYE is Chairman of the
Scholarship Committee, and the
Finance Chairman is HARRY SUMIDA.
Members of the Scholarship Board
are: SHIROW EN0M0T0, MRS. GEORGE
HISHINUMA, MRS. CHAS. HAYASHIDA,
and JAMES KUNUGI.
The scholarship program of the
San Luis Valley JACL will be ini-
tiated in 1963, on what is hoped
to be a permanent, continuing ba-
sis. Contributions to the Scho-
larship Fund would be welcomed,
and are tax-deductible.
FT. LUPTON
New officers for the Ft. Lup-
ton JACL for 1963 were announced
by retiring Pres. FRANK YOKOOJI,
as follows:
PRESIDENT. .
PRESIDENT. .
1st Vice-Pres
2nd Vice-Pres
Corr. Secty.
Rec. Secty .
Treasurer. .
, SOM KOSHIO
. TOM KOSHIO
. SAM FUNAKOSHI
. ELTON NAKAMOTO
YOSHIKO OKAMOTO
. OKI MATSUSHIMA
. WILL KAGOHARA
Membership Chran for the Ft.
Lupton JACL chapter for 1963 will
be SAM FUNAKOSHI.
The annual inaugural dinner
and installation will be held on
Sat., Dec. 29th, In the Town Hall
in Ft. Lupton, Colo.
OUTSTANDING BUSSEI
1962-63 Y.B.L.C. CABINET OFFICERS
Newly-elected officers of the Tri-State Young Buddhist League, above
pictured, are, from left to right, front row: GAIL CHIKUMA, Corres-
ponding Secretary; JUDY SASAKI, Literary Chrmn; JANE NAKATA, Women's
Athletic Chrmn; ELAINE KURITANI, ____________________________________
Recording Secretary; SHIRLEY ETO,
Research Chrmn; and JEANIE SATO,
Social Chrmn. (JOYCE KANEMOTO,
Music Chrmn, was not present.)
In the back row, from left to
right, are: ROBERT WATADA, 1st
Vice-Pres.; GEORGE TAGAWA, and
Vice-Pres.; PRES. ALBERT NAKATA;
TED TSUMURA, Treasurer; WM. TANI,
Men's Athletic Chrmn; and HENRY
TOBO, Asst. Treasurer.
TSBC BENEFIT BAZAAR
A GLIMPSE AT THE TSBC BAZAAR, on
Dec. 1-2, 1963. At extreme left
is REV. N. TSUNODA, being served
by MIN NAKAYAMA, standing; seated
are AYAKO SUMITOMO, of Madam But-
terfly's Gift Shop, and MRS. MU*
TSUYO TSUNODA, at extreme right.
JUNE TSUMURA and LOUIS YOSHIDA
were honored as "Most Outstanding
Young Busseis of 1962, and were
presented plaques attesting to
that distinction.
The honorees were named during
intermission of the Sayonara Ball
of the 29th annual Young Buddhist
League Convention, in Denver.
BRIGHTON
ROBERT SAKATA was re-elected
as President of the Brighton JAA,
for 1963. SAKATA and his new ca-
binet will be installed into of-
fice on Feb. 2nd.
1963 officers of the Brighton
JAA are as follows:
PRESIDENT.
Vice-Pres.
Rec. Secty
Corr. Secty
Treasurer.
Program Chrmn
Mbrshp Chrmn
Finance Chrmn
Civics Chrmn
Prop. Chrmn.
Sports Co-Chrmn
Publicity Chrmn.
ROBERT SAKATA
. HARRY FUKAYE
MAS SAKAGUCHI
SHOGO HORIUCHI
. GEORGE OKUBO
. DON TANABE
. SAM TASH1R0
JESS MASUNAGA
DR. JOHN CHIKUMA
. KEN MIZUNAGA
NOBORU ITO and
PAUL OKADA
. MIKE TASHIRO
HORIUCHI TESTIMONIAL BANQUET:
SEIJI HORIUCHI will be honored
by the Brighton JAA at a testimo-
nial banquet, to be held on Sat.,
Feb. 2nd, at the Hilton Hotel, in
Denver, Colo.
HORIUCHI is probably the first
and only AJA in the continental
U.S., to serve in a state legis-
lature, except for Hawaii.
A dinner-dance Is being plann-
ed, at $6.00 per place, including
the dance. Reservations should
be placed with MIKE TASHIRO, at
Terrace Inn, Tel. 659-9984, in
Brighton, Colo.
Co-Chrmn for the banquet are
HARRY FUKAYE and WES KOYANO, as-
sisted by MIKE TASHIRO.
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DENVER'S MOST COMPLETE
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AT MODERATE PRICES
FREE GIFT WRAPPING, MAILING SERVICE
AVAILABLE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE.
MAIL ORDERS INVITED.
CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS:
MON. thru PRI. ... 9:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m.
SATURDAY ...........9:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
AVOID THE RUSH SHOP NOW* i
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Proprietors.
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MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
DEC., 1962.
MTN- PLAINS AJA NEWS
Published once a month. Mailed
by the 20th of each month.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
MINORU YASUI
1225 20th Street,
Denver 2, Colorado.
CH 4-2239 ra 2-9255
{b ^ A 4.
BUD UCHIDA.............Heads
ROSA ODOW ....... Artist
TOM MASAMORI. .Photographer
TRUE YASUI. .General Factotum
For the first time, since late
August, everyone is home.
MIIS is back from Oregon State
College, where he has been taking
graduate work. SUSAN is in from
the University of Colorado.
PETE and CHRISTIE act as tho
the holidays are already here;
having big brother and sister
back home is nearly as good as
Christmas!
The house is filled with happy
chatter. There are many experi-
ences to be talked about and time
is all too short. .
And so they talk late into the
night and are still asleep when I
rise at dawn and slip off to work
while they're all sleeping. Let
them sleep --- they have earned
their leisure.
It is amazing how much the
youngsters have learned, and how
much more mature they seem since
last they were home.
MIKE has a knack for biologi-
cal sciences and PETE is just be-
ginning his study of the myste-
ries of genetics.
They have their heads together
and MIKE is explaining about dom-
inant and recessive characteris-
tics, which I don't understand at
all. Even at that level, they
talk about things that I never
learned, or more likely, which
vanished from memory long ago.
The house was never quite the
same when the two older ones left
for school. Those of us who were
left behind rattled around in the
place, half lost.
Now the house is warmer, live-
lier, happier, for the whole fa-
mily 1$ together.
It will be painful to see them
off again to their classes, but
that day will be coming much too
soon. And a few years hence, the
younger ones, too, will be gone.
It makes a man think a bit, and
wonder where Che years have fled.
CCDC CONVENTION IN FRESNO, CALIF.
Thru the kind invitation of the Central California JACL District
Council, we had the pleasure of attending their annual installation
banquet, in Fresno, Calif. It was a well-attended affair, with more
than a hundred local non-Japanese dignitaries present, including ma-
yors of surrounding towns, State ----- -
legislators, Congressmen, editors
of newspapers, TV newscasters and
all the influential personalities
within the coaiounity.
The installation ceremonies,
with JERRY ENOMOTO, 1st Nat'l VP
of JACL, officiating, was an im-
pressive display of regional JACL
strength in Che CCDC.
CCDC has a mass installation
of all local chapter officers, so
123 local leaders were taking the
oath of office, en masse! It is
an impressive sight, and a form
of recognition for the usually
unsung little wheels who make
the national organization move so
smoothly and efficiently.
From a public relations stand-
point, both as far as the general
coomunity is concerned, and the
internal public relations within
the JACL organization, it was .a
considerable undertaking and a
wonderful success!
NEW YBL PREXY
Above is ALBERT NAKATA, newly-
elected Pres, of the Tri-State
Young Buddhist League, for 1962-
1963. He is a native of Brighton
and at present, a senior at C.U.

The end of the year, 1962, is
In sight, and with it, comes the
expiration of my term in office,
as President of the
Mile-Hi JACL.
Looking back, i
is with mixed emo
tions as I retire as
a Board member and
officer of the Mile-
There have been
many rewards, in do- TASHIRO
ing a worthwhile job for the com-
munity at large, and in knowing
that we have a public-spirited
organization and leaders who will
serve the welfare of all persons
of Japanese ancestry.
But, before I sing my last and
final swan song, we remind you:
1963-65 BOARD NOMINEES. .
Nominations Chrmn JOHN SAKA-
YAMA has come up with many excel-
lent candidates to serve on the
JACL Board for three-year terms.
Altho we admit the above picture is no longer timely, nevertheless
we print same, because, at left, is JEAN SATO, an active JACLer and
youth leader, who not only assisted at the JACL's Oriental Dinner, as
she does at all JACL functions, but who is also Chrmn of the Mile-Hi
jacl Scholarship committee.
Pictured at right is KATHERINE
SAKAGUCHI, of Brighton, who also
assisted at the JACL's Oriental
Dinner, on Nov. 10th.

ALL PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE AJA NEWS ARE TAKEN BY TOM T. MASAMORI, 2010 Lamar St., Denver 15, Colo. (BE 7-3041), UNLESS SPECIFICALLY CREDITED OTHERWISE.

Please consider each candidate
carefully, and vote for not more
than seven. (You may vote for a
lesser number, if you wish.) Af-
ter marking your ballot, mail to
the JACL office, 1225 20th St.,
Denver 2, Colo., postmarked not
later than Dec. 31, 1962.
NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE. .
Thanks to the hard work of TOM
MASAMORI, all of the details for
the New Year's Eve Dance have
been taken care of in good shape.
MASAMORI obtained Jay Wieder's
orchestra, arranged for printing
of tickets for the drawings, or-
dered all of the prizes, and in
general, headed the committee for
the New Years Eve festivities.
Plenty of noise-makers and fa-
vors have been ordered by JEAN
SATO, and a gay time is promised
for all!!! See you at the Dance!
OUR THANKS TO ALL!!J
As I bow out as President of
the Mile-Hi JACL, I express my
sincerest thanks to everyone, on
the JACL Board, to the people who
assisted in JACL programs, and to
the general membership for their
support through out the year. .
A JOYOUS HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL
AND A HAPPY, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
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MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
PAGE 5
DEC., 1962.
AJA STUDENTS IN
COLORADO COLLEGES
We have attempted to list all
AJA students in Colorado institu-
tions of higher learning) as of
Sept., 1962.
Probably, we have inadvertent-
ly missed some AJA students. If
so, we apologize; let us know and
we shall list in our next issue.
In Colorado, there are 361 AJA
students enrolled in colleges for
the 1962-63 academic year; 125 of
these AJAs are from Hawaii.
With an AJA population of less
than 7,000 in Colorado, more than
57. of the AJAs in Colorado are in
colleges. The national U.S. per-
centage is only 27*.
In Colorado, we conclude that
AJAs are obtaining college educa-
tions at a rate of about 2\ times
the national average.... As AJAs,
LETS KEEP IT UP!!!
ADAMS STATE COLLEGE:
(Alamosa, Colorado)
KAREN HISHINUMA Fr. Blanca
LEE KATO Soph Denver
HISAKO OGURA Soph Alamosa
ISAO OGURA Soph Alamosa
SHIRLEY ITO Jr. Denver
(Also 11 students from Hawaii.)
COLORADO COLLEGE:
(Colorado Springs, Colo.)
ELIZABETH AKIYA Fr. New York
MELODIE MURA Fr. Denver
SHOJ1 HOSHINO Soph Calif.
CAROL IMATANI Soph Henderson
KAZUKO KOSUGI Soph Japan
JANET OKAMURA Soph Denver
COLORADO SCHOOL OP MINES:
(Golden, Colo.)
FLOYD ITO Jr. Denver
COLORADO STATE COLLEGE;
(Greeley, Colo.)
1962-63 OFFICERS, INTER MT. COLLEGIATE STUDENTS
PRESIDENT. . CSU Ft. Collins
315 E. Magnolia St., HU 2-6419
Ft. Collins, Colo. (Home - Denver)
1st VICE-PRES. . CSC Greeley
928 20th Street, EL 2-9686
Greeley, Colo. (Home - Omaha)
2nd VICE-PRES. . C.U. Denver
2632 Columbine St. DE 3-5218
Denver 5, Colo. (Home - Denver)
REC. SECTY . . JOAN SAKYO CSC Greeley
Rm 7, Wilson Hall EL 1-2686
Greeley, Colo. (Home - New York)
CORR. SECTY. . CSU Ft. Collins
Rm 13, Rockwell Hall HU 2-9222
Ft. Collins, Colo. (Home - New Mex.)
TREASURER. . REGIS Denver
2541 Curtis Street, KE 4-6766
Denver 5, Colo. (Home - Denver)
SOCIAL CHRMN . CSC Greeley
1700 7th Avenue, EL 3-4772
Greeley, Colo. (Home - Des Moines)
ATHL. CHRMN. . . KEN TAGAWA C.U. Boulder
1044 Lincoln PI., HI 2-3705
Boulder, Colo. (Home - Denver)
PUBLICITY CHRMN. . CAROL UYEMURA CSC Greeley
Rm 216, Wilson Hall, EL 1-2052
Greeley, Colo. (Home - Denver)
PUBLICITY CHRMN. . KEN TERADA C.U. Boulder
710 30th Street, HI 3-7038
Boulder, Colo. (Home - Denver)
ADVISORS:.... CU Alumnus Denver
3216 St. Paul St., Denver 5, Colo. EA 2-4657
STUDENTS*I SAM Y. MATSUMOTO CU Alumnus Denver
JOIN THE I.C.S. DUES: 50c Rt. 1, Box 196A, Henderson, Colo. AT 8-2536
MINORU YASUI DU Alumnus Denver
1962 1963 1225 20th St., CH 4-2239
VCIIV6L UViV*
RUBY HASEGAWA Fr. Denver COIORADO STATE UNIVERSITY: COLORADO WOMENS COLLEGE:
LARRY HIKIDA Fr. Greeley (Ft. Collins , Colo.) (Denver, Colorado)
IRIS MAYEDA Fr. Greeley RUTH FUJIWARA Fr. Denver KIYOKO IMAI Fr. Japan
DENNIS MORIMOTO Fr. Denver ROBERT HOSHIJIMA Fr. Denver KAREN TADANO Fr. Arizona
JERRY NUMOTO Fr. Evans FELIX IWATA Fr. Denver CAROLYN OKIZAKI Fr. Denver
FLOYD SASA Fr. Brighton ALBAN KONISHI Fr. Ft.Lupton
JIM SHIMADA DAVID TAKETA Fr. Fr. Greeley Denver DONALD MAYEDA BYRON MIYAHARA Fr. Fr. Brighton Wiggins MESA JR. COLLEGE (Grand Junction, Colo.)
NANCY TANINO Fr. Denver EDWIN MIYAZAWA Fr. Denver EDWARD T. MAYEDA sopn uenver
SHARYN TATEYAMA JUDY YAMAGUCHI Fr. Fr. Ault Ft.Lupton RONNIE MURATA KENNETH NISHIDA Fr. Fr. Ft.Lupton Two Buttes NORTHEASTERN JR. COLLEGE:
SUMI FUJITA Soph Denver DAVID NISHIMOTO Fr.Platteville (Sterling, Colo.)
JOYCE HARADA Soph RockyFord NORMAN SAMESHIMA Fr. Kersey DONALD CHIKUMA Fr. Brighton
NANCY SAKYO Soph New York CHARLOTTE SHIMIZU Fr. Denver EDDIE TASHIRO Fr. Brighton
ARLENE SATO JACKIE SUYAMA Soph Soph Colo.Spgs Denver DWIGHT SHIMODA JUDITH TAKAHASHI Fr. Fr. Adams City Denver REGIS COLLEGE:
CAROL UYEMURA Soph Denver HAZEL WATADA Fr. Ft.Lupton (Denver, Colo.)
JANICE A0YAGI Jr. Denver FRED YAMASHITA Fr. Denver TED MATSUO Jr. Denver
JOYCE FUJIMOTO Jr. Alaska JIM YOSHIHARA Fr. Lafayette RON YAMAMOTO Jr. Denver
KATHLEEN KATSUMOTO Jr. Alamosa LEONARD ITO Soph Denver TED TSUMURA Sr. Denver
FAITH MAEDA JACK MIYAMOTO Jr. Jr. Calif. Denver DORIS KUSUNO BETTY MIYAHARA Soph Soph New Mexico Derby UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
JOAN SAKYO Jr. New York PERRY MURATA Soph Ft.Lupton (Boulder , Colo.)
DENNIS YAMAMOTO Jr. Denver CLYDE N1TTA Soph Denver KENNETH FUSHIMI Fr. Denver
SHIRLEY YAMASAKI Jr. Iowa JOYCE OKAMOTO Soph Ft.Lupton NORMAN HORII Fr. Brighton
LESTER PUNAKOSHI Sr. Greeley CARL SAGARA Soph Denver SUSAN HOSOKAWA Fr. Golden
RICHARD H1GA Sr. Calif. TERRY KISHIYAMA Jr. Denver JANET IDA Fr. Brighton
SH1RLEE HORA Sr. Denver ROBERT KONISHI Jr. Ft.Lupton RONALD IDA Fr. Brighton
NATCHI MATSUNAMI Sr. Omaha JEAN KASA Jr. Denver STANLEY IMADA Fr. Broomf'ld
JACK MIYAMOTO Sr. Denver ROBERT TAKEDA Jr. Rocky Ford DAVE INAGAKI Fr. Denver
NANCY NUMOTO Sr. Evans RICHARD URANO Jr. Ft.Lupton STANLEY ISHIMOTO Fr. Denver
MELVIN SHIMADA Grad . Greeley GARY RINOSH1TA Sr. Sedgwick HERBERT KAWANABE Fr. Romeo
LEO SUNADA Grad LaSalle SAM SHIMAMOTO Sr. Sedgwick KAY KOSHIO Fr. Ft.Lupton
ANTONIO YAMASHITA Grad . Guam KENNETH TAKEDA Sr. Rocky Ford DONALD KURODA Fr. Denver
LORRAINE YAMASHITA Grad . Guam HENRY TOBO Sr. Denver KATHLEEN MATOBA Fr. Denver
(At CSC, there are 98 scudenta of Japanese ancestry, Including 63 AJA students from Hawaii.) (There are 48 AJA students at CSU In Ft. Collins, including 15 Ha- waiian AJA students who are list- ed on the back of this page.) THOMAS MAYEDA WILLIAM MIKAWA STANLEY MORIYA PATRICK MOTOYAMA Fr. Denver Fr. Denver Fr. Denver Fr. Denver
Univ. of Colo., cont'd:
THOMAS NAKAYAMA
CAROLYN NISHIKAWA
GENE NISHIM0T0
KAZUKO OMIYA
MARTHA OZAKI
JOYCE SAKAGUCHI
CHERYL TAKAMINE
MARTHA TESHIMA
DOROTHY TOBO
PHYLLIS TSUKAM0T0
LARRY UMETANI
ELIZABETH YAMAKA
JANET YANAGA
STEVE YASUZAWA
JERRY FUJIKAWA
LARRY FUJIMOTO
DOUGLAS HASHII
RICHARD IDA
HENRY IMADA, Jr.
STEPHEN ISHIMOTO
KATHLEEN ITO
GLENN KATAOKA
JAMES KATO
JUDY KAWAMOTO
DIANE NITAHARA
JIM OKUBO
KAY OSUGA
DICK SAIKI
JUDY SAITO
RICHARD SATO
DAVID TAGAWA
KENNETH TAGAWA
LORRAINE FURUIYE
SUSAN HARADA
EUGENE HORIUCHI
GEORGE HORIUCHI
PAUL HORIUCHI
THOMAS HOSHIKO
STANLEY INKYO
MAY KUMAGAI
PHILLIP OGATA
TRUDY OYAMA
MILTON SHIOYA
ALAN TAKAKI
KENNETH TERADA
DONALD TERASAKI
PATRICIA YAMAGUCHI
GEORGE YAMAKAWA
MITSU YOSHIDA
RUDY YOSHIDA
LARRY FUJIMOTO
DONALD FUJITANI
RICHARD IYAMA
PATSY MAYEDA
HENRY MIKAWA
EUGENE MIYAZAWA
FREDERICK MORIMOTO
JOHN NAGATA
ALBERT NAKATA
RUBY SASA
MAMORU SATO
MARIE SATO
PATRICK SHIMA
JOYCE TAKAMINE
ROBERT WATADA
JOANNE YAMAGUCHI
MASASHI YOSHIMURA
KENJI AKAMINE
SHIGETO AOKI
HARUMASA ITO
RICHARD JOKO
NOBORU KITO
HERBERT KOBAYASHI
DAISY KUWANO
WILLIE NAGAI
MASAHITO OKADA
EVERETT SHIGETA
YURIKO SHIMAMOTO
KIYO SUEMATSU
MINORU TAKEDA
HIROFUMI TERUYA
MASUO TOJI
HIROYUKI WADA
RICHARD YAMAGUCHI
HIROSHI SHIMOZO
Fr. Wh'tridge
Fr. Denver
Fr. Denver
Fr. Denver
Fr. Arvada
Fr. Brighton
Fr. Greeley
Fr. Denver
Fr. Denver
Fr. Denver
Fr. Derby
Fr. Whtridge
Fr. Denver
Fr. Denver
Soph Denver
Soph Alamosa
Soph Denver
Soph Brighton
Soph Broomf* Id
Soph Denver
Soph Denver
Soph Denver
Soph Ft.Morgan
Soph Denver
Soph Okinawa
Soph Littleton
Soph Denver
Soph RockyFord
Soph Denver
Soph Denver
Soph Denver
Soph Denver
Jr. Denver
Jr. Michigan
Jr. Brighton
Jr. Brighton
Jr. Brighton
Jr. Denver
Jr. Boulder
Jr. No.Platte
Jr. Denver
Jr. Texas
Jr. Denver
Jr. Pueblo
Jr. Denver
Jr. Denver
Jr. Ft.Lupton
Jr. Denver
Jr. Denver
Jr. Boulder
Sr. Alamosa
Sr. Calif.
Sr. Denver
Sr. LaJunta
Sr. Greeley
Sr. Denver
Sr. Granada
Sr. Denver
Sr. Brighton
Sr. Brighton
Sr. Boulder
Sr. Boulder
Sr. RockyFord
Sr. Denver
Sr. Ft.Lupton
Sr. Ft.Lupton
Sr. Denver
Grad. Okinawa
Grad. Japan
Grad. Japan
Grad. Denver
Grad. Japan
Grad. Boulder
Grad. Denver
Grad. Japan
Grad. K'nsburg
Grad. Pueblo
Grad. Aurora
Grad. Wyoming
Grad. Japan
Grad. Okinawa
Grad. Japan
Grad. Japan
Grad. Boulder
Spec. Japan
(There are 132 students of Ja-
panese ancestry, at the Unlv. of
Colorado, Including 30 AJA stu-
dents from Hawaii.)
***LISTING OF AJA STUDENTS AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER IS CONTINUED
ON THE BACK OF THIS PACE.***


PAGE 6.
MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
DEC., 1962
AJA college students g-
(Continued, from Pg. 5.) m ;
NANCY TANINO of Denver, now a freshman at Colorado State College
Ln Greeley, Colo., was one of the recipients of a partial scholarship
grant from the Latin American Educational Foundation of Denver, Colo.
Above pictured is NANCY TANINO, with LINO LOPEZ of the LAEF, It is
noted that the Latin American group ln Denver has assisted other AJAs
with partial scholarships in the past also. (Photo by HOWARD N. ODA)
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO EXTENSION:
(Denver, Colorado)
MICHI KURAM0T0 Fr. Denver
HIR0K0 TSUBOKAWA Fr. Denver
FRANCES AOYAGI Soph Denver
DENNIS MORISHIGE Soph Denver
DEN MOTOYOSHI Soph Denver
KEN OKAZAKI Soph Denver
FLORENCE YONEHIRO Soph Denver
TED YOSHIDA Soph Denver
YOSHIYE HAGIYA Grad. Denver
(Incomplete listing, above***)
UNIV. OF COLO. MEDICAL SCHOOL;
(Denver, Colorado)
CLARENCE FUNAKI 2nd Yr. Hawaii
RONALD KATO 2nd Yr. Hawaii
KENJI KOBAYASHI 2nd Yr, Denver
(Incomplete listing, above***)
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER:
(Denver, Colo.)
DELIGHT FUJIM0T0 Fr. Denver
SAM MAYEDA Fr. Denver
THOMAS TABUCHI Fr. Denver
DENNIS WANIFUCHI Fr. Denver
CHERYL FUKUHARA Soph Denver
RICHARD M0R0YE Soph Boulder
STANLEY NISH1MURA Soph Denver
SKUROKU TAKSSKITA Soph Japan
TAMIYE TAKETA Soph Denver
WILBUR TANAKA Soph Denver
SHIRLEY YANAGA Soph Thornton
SACHIKO YASAKI Soph Japan
ALBERT K. GOTO Jr. Denver
LAURA MIURA Jr. 1 festa1ster
PAUL MIYAMOTO Jr. Derby
GENE TAGAWA Jr. Denver
KEN TAKAHASHI Jr. Denver
ELAINE KURITANI Sr. Denver
MINORU MATSUNAGA Sr. Denver
EDW. K. MORITA Sr. Ault
DENNIS NAKATA Sr. Denver
DAVID NIKAIDO Sr. Denver
FLORENCE OZAKI Sr. Denver
GEO. TATEYAMA Sr. Ault
TAKAHIKO BANNO Spec. Japan
YUKICHI NOHINA Spec. Ryukyus
HARUYO YAMADA Spec. Japan
CHIYO HORIUCH1 Grad. Denver
LARRY MATSUURA Grad. Denver
PHILLIP MIYAZAWA Grad. Denver
(Of the total 37 AJA students, at
the University of Denver, there
are 6 AJAs from Hawaii.)
WESTERN STATE COLLEGE:
(Gunnison, Colo.)
GEORGE TAKAO Sr. Denver
HAWAIIAN AJA STUDENTS
IN COLORADO COLLEGES
ADAMS STATE COLLEGE:
(Alamosa, Colorado)
FRANCES FUKUDA. 4 Kauai, Hawaii
EDWIN GINOZA. . 4 Maui, Hawaii
RUTH R. HAMAI . Maul, Hawaii
LINDA HIRANO. . a Kauai, Hawaii
DIANE KAGOSHIMA Kauai, Hawaii
LAURA NINOMOTO. a Kauai, Hawaii
PEGGY SAKURA. . Maul, Hawaii
MARJORIE TERAOKA * Kauai, Hawaii
AUDREY UEHARA . Maui, Hawaii
JOYCE UYEHARA . Maui, Hawaii
LINDA YASUDA. . * Kauai, Hawaii
(There are 11 Hawaiian AJA stu- dents at Adams State College.)
COLORADO STATE COLLEGE;
(Greeley, Colo.)
PAULINE S. ENDO Fr. Hawaii
CAROLE K. FUJII Fr. Hawaii
EVELYN I. HATA Fr. Hawaii
THOMAS HIGASHI Fr. Hawaii
FAITH M. INOUYE Fr. Hawaii
Hawaiian AJA Students at CSC, .
contd:
HILDA IZUM1 Fr. Hawaii
MARILYN MAKABE Fr. Hawaii
HELEN MASAKI Fr. Hawaii
PAULINE NONAKA Fr. Hawaii
JOYCE OSHIRO Fr. Hawaii
DIANE DAKAEKA Fr. Hawaii
ETHEL TOMOKIYO Fr. Hawaii
PHYLLIS UYEHARA Fr. Hawaii
KALA UYEOKA Fr. Hawaii
SHARON YANAGISAWA Fr. Hawaii
ROWENA KASEGAWA Soph Hawaii
ELAINE HIGASHI Soph Hawaii
LESLIE H. IBARA Soph Hawaii
MARVIN INOUYE Soph Hawaii
KAREN K. ITO Soph Hawaii
SHIRLEY NOMURA Soph Hawaii
BETTY OKIMOTO Soph Hawaii
LINDA S. ONO Soph Hawaii
AL TAMARIBUCHI Soph Hawaii
KAREN UEZU Soph Hawaii
JO ANN AKAJI Junior Hawaii
ARLEEN ARINAGA Junior Hawaii
JO ANN FUJII Junior Hawaii
GORDON HARADA Junior Hawaii
AMY H. HIGASHI Junior Hawaii
JEANNE HIGASHI Junior Hawaii
EILEEN IWANUMA Junior Hawaii
HERB KATEKARU Junior Hawaii
DAVID KAWAKAMI Junior Hawaii
JO ANN KONDO Junior Hawaii
KEN KUNISAKI Junior Hawaii
LINDA MARUGAME Junior Hawaii
HERBERT NAITO Junior Hawaii
JEAN NAKAMURA Junior Hawaii
BEVERLY OKA Junior Hawaii
MERLE OKANO Junior Hawaii
VICTORIA SORA Junior Hawaii
FRANCES TAMURA Junior Hawaii
DONALD TANITOMI Junior Hawaii
HOWARD H. DATE Senior Hawaii
STAN ENOMOTO Senior Hawaii
SARAH FUJII Senior Hawaii
LINDA FUJITA Senior Hawaii
LILY HAMAMURA Senior Hawaii
RICHARD H. ITO Senior Hawaii
RICHARD KANEKO Senior Hawaii
JANET MASAKI Senior Hawaii
JENNIE NISHIMURA Senior Hawaii
NAOMI NISHINA Senior Hawaii
STANLEY SAIKI Senior Hawaii
THELMA SUEDA Senior Hawaii
Hawaiian AJA Students at CSC,
cont'd: ALBERT WATANABE Senior Hawaii
ROY H. FUJIMOTO Grad. Hawaii
GILBERT KANEKO Grad. Hawaii
MARGARET KAWASAKI Grad. Hawaii
STANLEY SHIMADA Grad. " Hawaii
JOYCE TAKATA Grad. Hawaii
HENRY TOMINAGA Grad. Hawaii
(There are 63 Hawaiian AJA stu-
dents above listed, at C.S.C.)
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY;
(Ft. Collins, Colo.)
DALE FUJIMOTO Fr. Hawaii
LINDA ISHIGURO Fr. Hawaii
CARL NAKAMURA Fr. Hawaii
HARVEY NAKAYAMA Fr. Hawaii
CARL TADAKI Fr. Hawaii
EUGENE TOKUHAMA Fr. Hawaii
ROY H. YONEDA Soph Hawaii
ALBERT APO Jr. Hawaii
JUDITH SASAKI Jr. Hawaii
WALTER YAMAMOTO Jr. Hawaii
HERB HIRASHIMA Senior Hawaii
MARY MIYASHIRO Senior Hawaii
EUGENE UJIM0R1 Senior Hawaii
LARRY YAMAMOTO Senior Hawaii
JANE YAMAMURA Senior Hawaii
(There are 15 l Hawaiian AJA stu-
dents above listed, at C.S.U.)
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO;
(Boulder, , Colo.)
VINCENT GOSHI Fr. Hawaii
KENNETH NAKAMURA Fr. Hawaii
WESLEY TANAKA Fr. Hawaii
RONALD UEOKA Fr. Hawaii
GERRICK YAMADA Fr. Hawaii
WAYNE KANEYAMA Soph Hawaii
COLIN MORINAKA Soph Hawaii
JAMES NAKAMURA Soph Hawaii
MILES SUEHIRO Soph Hawaii
WAYNE SUZUKI Soph Hawaii
MARVIN YOSHIMURA Soph Hawaii
SUSAN FUKUNAGA Jr. Hawaii
BERT ITOGA Jr. Hawaii
RON KATAHARA Jr. Hawaii
KEN KAUABATA Jr. Hawaii
DANIEL MASAKI Jr. Hawaii
RONALD MATSUDA Jr. Hawaii
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO; A new
course in Japanese History will
be taught at C.U., by Dr. Joyce
Lebra, a former Fulbright scholar
to Japan, 1955-57.
COLORADO STATE COLLEGE; A for-
mer baseball star for Manual High
as well as for CSC, JACK MIYAMOTO
played guard for the CSC football
team, this fall. He is a Junior
in physical education, and hopes
to teach in high school after his
graduation.
C.U. ALUMNUS: A former I.C.S.
Pres., 1951-52, and graduate of
C.U. In chemical engineering with
graduate studies at Iowa State
College and John Hopkins Univer-
sity, NOBLE IDA now of Boulder is
a senior nuclear division engin-
eer for the Martin Company. He
heads the research and develop-
ment programs on metal corrosion,
fractures and explosive formation
and holds patents in these fields
of nuclear metallurgy.
Hawaiian AJA Students at C.U.,
cont'd;
REYNOLD MISHINA Jr. Hawaii
YOJI NAKASHIMA Jr. Hawaii
TAKASHI SATO Jr. Hawaii
KEN TANIGUCHI Jr. Hawaii
RAY WATANABE Jr. Hawaii
ROBERT YAMATO Jr. Hawaii
WILFRED IWAI Senior Hawaii
JAMES KODANI Senior Hawaii
MAXINE MARUYAMA Senior Hawaii
KEN KAWAKAMI Senior Hawaii
HENRY KUBA Grad. Hawaii
YOSHIKO OHQRI Grad. Hawaii
EDWIN TERUYA Grad. Hawaii
(There are 30 Hawaiian AJA stu-
dents above listed, at C.U.)
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER:
(Denver, Colo.)
THEODORE TAKAI Spec. Hawaii
MARILYN MARUYAMA Fr. Hawaii
LENA TAKEUCHI Fr. Hawaii
HARU KIMURA Junior Hawaii
DEXTER TAKESUE Senior Hawaii
ARTHUR NAGASAUA Grad. Hawaii
(There ere 6 Hawaiian AJA stu-
dents, at Denver University.)
Altho we have listed 125 AJA
students from Hawaii, we realize
that we have not been able to lo-
cate them all. We shall be happy
to make corrections, or additions
to the above listings.)
COLORADO AJA STUDENTS
OUT-OF-STATE SCHOOLS
COE COLLEGE..........JOY ARIMA
COLUMBIA COLLEGE JOHN KOBAYASHI
. . DENNIS MIURA
" . . JOE K. OZAKI
" " . ROBT. SHIOZAKI
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. MICK SHIRMIS
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. MICK SHIMIZU
" " . ARTHUR YASUDA
IOWA WESLEYAN. ARLENE YABE
KANSAS CITY DENTAL RICHARD ITO
OREGON STATE MIKE HOSOKAMA
POMONA COLLEGE.........KAY MURA
PEPPERDINE COLL. .SUSAN MASUSHIGE
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. DOUG UYEMURA
ST. LOUIS DENTAL HENRY KAJIWARA
" " " . STEPHEN OSUGA
UCLA, at L.A. ... SUE YAMAMOTO
(We know that we have also un-
intentionally missed a number of
AJA students in out-of-state col-
leges. Can you help us compile a
complete listing? Let us know!)


MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
DEC., 1962.
Hi.' The new semester will be
starting right after the Christ-
mas vacation, and schools are al-
ready announcing class standings,
and new Honor Roll members. .
many AJAs are at the top of these
select lists. .
CAL KATO, MARY KAWAMOTO, LINDA
NAKAMURA, DONNA UYEMURA, and DIX-
IE YAMADA ranked in the top 77. of
the Senior Class of 700 at East.
Central High in Hudson, Colo.,
announced its Honor Roll, which
included DIANE HORII, RON NORIUKI
and JOAN ISHIDA.
PAUL KATO of Morey Jr. High,
MARY OKADA of Central Jr. High in
Hudson, and MARK MIYOSHI of Meek-
er Jr. High were on their respec-
tive Jr. High Honor Rolls.
Brighton High's PAUL SASA was
named "Most Valuable Player", in
this year's football squad.
The 29th annual International
Relations Club conference at D.U.
was attended by NORMAN Y0K00JI,
who represented Ft. Lupton High.
NEW OFFICERS FOR WESLEYANS:
In our Nov. issue, we printed
the officers list of the Wesley-
ans, a college-age group, at the
Simpson Methodist Church, but we
learn new officers have now been
elected, as follows:
PRESIDENT...........MICHI KURAMOTO
Vice-Pres. CAROLYN OKIZAKI
Secty-Treas. DONALD TERASAKI
* NEIKO HIRAKAWA and GARY TSU-
TSUI appeared on Channel 6's T.V.
program, "Science in Action".
JOYCE KOBAYASHI and BOBBY KA-
WANO received "masters" ratings
in their accelerated math program
at Hill Jr. High. A "master" is
a student performing work better
than "A plus". .
We ask you to graciously for-
give a doting father's conceit,
for here is our youngest punkin',
HOLLY YASUI, who
participated in a
dance recital at
the YWCA, during
Dec. HOLLY has
been taking ballet
lessons for about
three months now,
and was given a
very small part,
portraying a very
little Oriental miss, who ran a-
way bashfully when the dancers
came on. Small tho the part was
HOLLY was very thrilled to have
a chance to participate.
ALAN NITTA and GARY TSUTSUI of
Manual's Key Club were delegates
for Manual High to a recent Kiwa-
nis' Club luncheon.
OTOHIKO OKUGAWA of Kyoto, Ja-
pan, is an exchange student under
the American Field Service pro-
gram, at Lakewood High School, in
a suburb of Denver.
iDEULf/l
2815 DOWNING ST
DENVER 5. COLORADO
BILL KUROKI, MGR.
TPI
244-6068
FOR A
DELIGHTFUL VISIT TO JAPAN
GO TO
FUJI EIV
SUKIYAKI
RESTAURANT
930 LINCOLN ST.
IN THE SHERMAN PLAZA HOTEL
Authentic Japanese Food and Drinks Served at low
tables "Japanese style" or at conventional
tables and chairs
AL.5-i< COCKTAILS 50c From 3 to 6
AL. 5-3530 * DINNERS from 3.00 and up
Open Dally 11.-30 AM. to l AM.
Saturday 5 P.M. to 1:30 AM.
_ Sunday 2 PM. to to P.M.
Every Tuesday and Thursday at S p.m. authentic
I4* movies of Japan shown in the Coeifa/7 Lounge.
(Closed on Mondays)
DENNIS MIURA, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Miura of 3424 York St.,
Denver, Colorado, was awarded the
Alfred P. Sloan National Scholar-
ship award to Columbia University
School of Engineering.
Young MIURA is a 1961 graduate
of East High School, and was ac-
tive in the Science Club, Great
Books Discussion Club, and Chess
Club. He received DAR's Citizen-
ship Award in 1961.
At Columbia College, where he
is now a sophomore, he is Vice-
Pres. of his class, and a member
of the Undergraduate Dormitory
Council.
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Of Coming Events
Dec. 24: (Mon) CATHAY SKI CLUB'S XMAS EVE DANCE, at Sorrento.
Dec. 29: (Sat) FT. LUPTON JACL INAUGU- RAL DINNER, Ft. Lupton.
Dec. 31: (Mon) MILE-HI JACL NEW YEARS EVE DANCE, Brown Palace
Jan. 11: (Fri) JOINT MEETING, Mile-Hi and Ft. Lupton JACL.
Jan. 12: (Sat) SAN LUIS VALLEY JACL'S INAUGURAL DINNER-DANCE.
Jan. 13: (Sun) I.C.S, COLLEGIANS' SKI TRIP, to Winter Park.
Jan. 13: (Sun) LUNCHEON MEETING, Ark- ansas Valley JACL, in Rocky Ford, Colorado.
Jan. 24 Jan. 27: SIMPSON CHURCH INVITA- TIONAL BOWLING TOURNA- MENT, at Dahlia Lanes.
Feb. 2: (Sat) TESTIMONIAL BANQUET FOR SEIJI HORIUCHI, by the Brighton J.A.A.
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MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
DEG., 1962.
MTN-PLAINS REGIONAL BOWLERS
FRANK KAMIBAYASHI, director of the Mountain-Plains regional bowl-
ing tournament sponsored by the Denver Nisei Bowling Association, re-
ported that more than SO men's teams and 20 women's teams participat-
ed in the Thanksgiving week-end tourney held in Denver, Colo.
Bowlers, and teams, came from all parts of the Mtn-Plains region,
Including Wyoming and Nebraska. THE GRANADA FISH MARKET team won the
team championship, with 3053, followed by MIYAZAWA's team with 2986,
and TOKYO GRILL in 3rd place with 2977. Women's team winners were:
________________________ ACME RADIATOR with 3007, and, in
a a t n a,| a li nn tc 2nd place, SARGE* S PHARMACY with
TOURNAMENTS 2983. Other results were:
JAPAN AIR LINES
OFFICIALS VISIT
A dozen officials of Japan Air
Lines visited Denver during Nov.,
on a 13-cities tour of the U.S.,
to publicize JAL's ''Silk Route"
to Europe across southern Asia to
London, England, and to boost the
1964 Olympics to be held in Tokyo
during Oct. 1964.
KATSUYA NOHARA, chief of Tokyo
office, stated that thousands of
Japanese wish to visit the U.S.,
but Japanese currency regulations
prohibited foreign travel, except
for business. Monetary restric-
tions are expected to be lifted
by the Japanese government during
1964.
Prospective Japanese tourists
do not have information concern-
ing America. AYAKO TOTSUKA, the
foremost woman writer of Japan,
will write about Colorado.
Among JAL visitors to Denver
were SHIGEO KAMEDA, general mana-
ger of the San Francisco JAL of-
fice and TAKU KASUYA of the sales
department, who is the husband of
former YOSHIYE YAMAGA who resided
in Denver, during the war years.
SERVICE BUREAU*
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ROBERT INAI, President of the
Cathay Ski Club, reported that
1962-63 officers of the Club are:
PRESIDENT..............ROBERT INAI
Vice-Pres. ...............JIM KUGA
Rec. Secty..........TERESA LUHNE
Corr. Secty.........MAY KUMAGAI
Treasurer. GEORGE KONDO
The first winter activity of
the new Cabinet is sponsorship of
the Christmas Eve Dance, at Sor-
rento's, 4780 Tejon St., in Den-
ver, Colo., on Dec. 24th.
Although disappointed by a dry
and snowless early winter season
thru Dec., with a cold and snowy
January in prospect, the Ski Club
members are eagerly looking for-
ward to an active ski season.
DENVER SCHOOL OF JUDO, INC.,
announced a series of tournaments
leading to the National AAU Judo
Championships in Fresno, Calif.,
and to the Pan-American Games in
Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The schedule is as follows:
Jan. 13th: Age-Group Tournament,
ages 6 to 16 years old.
Jan. 27th: Novice Judo-kas Tour-
nament, for white belts.
Feb. 3rd: Brown Belt Tournament
for Brown Belts only.
Feb. 17th: AAU OPEN TOURNAMENT,
Rocky Mtn Championships.
Mar. 15th: NATL AAU CHAMPION-
SHIPS, in Fresno, Calif.
Apr. 1963: PAN-AMERICAN GAMES,
in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Denver Judo School tournaments
are AAU-sanctioned and classified
as Olympic Development Tourna-
ments, Winners, and runners-up,
will go to Nat'l AAU Championship
meet in Fresno as representatives
of the Rocky Mtn AAU Assn.
Winners of the Nat'l Tourna-
ments will go to the Pan-American
Games, in Brazil, in April.
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MEN'S EVENTS:
All-Events:
Y. YAMAMOTO...........1967
Mens Singles:
TOSH FURUIYE..........678
YOSH FURUIYE...........678
Men's Doubles:
MATSUSHIMA and SUNATA. 1318
WOMEN'S EVENTS:
All-Events:
MI CHI IWATA..........1931
Women's Singles:
MICHI IWATA...........704
Women's Doubles:
HARA and MIYAUCHI. 1219
DENVER JUDO SCHOOL
T00RU TAKAMATSU, Vice-Pres. of
The Denver School of Judo, Inc.,
and Rocky Mtn Chrmn of the AAU
Judo committee, and HIRO FUJIM0T0
of Detroit,. Mich., Vice-Pres. of
the Judo Black Belt Federation of
U.S.A., attended the Ft. Hood In-
vitational Judo Tournament in Te-
xas, on Nov. 17, 1962, as repre-
sentatives of the Black Belt Fed-
eration.
ALBERT TAGAWA, 1st Dan, a mem-
ber of the Denver School of Judo,
now in military service, with the
U.S. Air Force, competed with the
Lackland AFB (Texas) judo team.
ALBERT TAGAWA won the 160 lb.
weight championship trophy, but
was narrowly defeated in a close
decision for the Over-all Champ-
ionship by Gail Stolzenburg, 2nd-
Dan, from Austin, Texas.
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DEC., 1962.
MOUNTAIN-PLAINS AJA NEWS
ROSA and TERNO ODOM, of 7801
So. High St., Littleton, Colo.,
held a house-warming at their new
home on Sat., Dec. 1st. More than
fifty friends gathered to admire
TERNO's handiwork in hand-finish-
ing the basement rooms.
The JIRO SHOJI's are near-by
neighbors, at 7841 So. High St.,
in Cherry Wood Village, and are
the only two Nisei families in
that neighborhood.
DAVE FURUKAWA, engineer at the
Bureau of Reclamation at the Fed-
eral Center in Denver, left for a
two weeks seminar in Chicago, on
chemical engineering. He planned
to visit Michigan, before return-
ing to Denver, during mid-Dec.
HARUKO and TOM KOBAYASHI did
very well, at the Winter National
bridge tournament of the American
Contract Bridge League, held in
Phoenix, Ariz., coming in 1st in
one section and placing in sever-
al other sessions.
% KEN YABE picked up needed "red
points" to become the 2nd Nisei
in the Rocky Mtn region to become
Life Master. Earlier this spring
SAM MATSUM0T0 won Life Master.
WALTER K. IKENOUYE was listed
as buyer of a new Perl-Mack home
in Northglenn, recently.
SHI2UK0 and DYKE T. KANA1 were
listed as buyers of property at
1414 Tremont Place, in Denver.
MARJORIE and FRED KAWANO are
now residing at 2712 S. Depew St.
in southwest Denver. FRED is em-
ployed in the Estate division of
the U.S. Dept, of Justice, and
MARJORIE is teaching at Sabin El-
ementary School.
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ENGAGEMENTS
# Engagement of EILEEN T. UYEDA,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S.
Uyeda, 3724 York St., Denver, to
be wed to JIMMY T. 1SER1, of San
Jose, Calif., was disclosed. The
couple are planning their wedding
in San Jose, during Jan. 1963.
4 DORIS KUSUNO of Lovington, New
Mexico, and ROBERT K0NISH1 of Ft.
Lupton, Colo., recently announced
their engagement. Both are stu-
dents at Colorado State Univ., in
Ft. Collins, Colo* The wedding
is planned during Dec., 1962.
NATURALIZED CITIZEN
Above, MASAKO LESAGE, who was
naturalized as a U.S. citizen on
Dec. 14. Other Japanese nation-
als naturalized during Nov. were:
JAPANESE BOOKS
IN ENGLISH
Appreciated as Christmas gifts,
or enjoyable for your own home.
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TEMPURA & SUKIYAKI COOKING. 1.00
FLORAL ART OF JAPAN .... 2.75
JAPANESE LANGUAGE, 30.HRS . 2.00
JAPANESE FAIRY TALES. . 1.75
and many, many others.
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BIRTHS
FUJI1, Sam S.............a GIRL
2991 Newport St., Denver
NAKAQKA, Wm. T............... GIRL
1040 Kenton St., Aurora
OKAZAKI, Ken K...........a BOY
3221% E. 33rd Ave., Denver
SAKAI, Takayoshi............ GIRL
1512 Fillmore St., Denver
JUDY KIKUKO YOSHIDA, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Yoshida,
Alamosa, Colo., was wed to DONALD
S. YAMAKlSHI, of Denver, Colo.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Yamakishi,
on Nov. 18 at the TSBC, with REV.
Y. TAMAl and REV. N. TSUNODA of-
ficiating.
Best man was WALT SAGARA, and
groom's men were DAVE FURUKAWA,
TOM NAKATA and JOHN TAKATA.
Maid-of-honor was MARJORIE YO-
SHIDA, and bridesmaids were SANDY
YAMAKISHI, FLORENCE MIYAKE, and
SHIRLEY MAYFIELD.
The reception was held at the
Lotus Room, with DAVID FURUKAWA
and GEORGE Y. INAI as Co-Chrmn.
WEDDING
MABEL YOSHIMURA, daughter of
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley K. Yoshimura,
Denver, Colo., became the bride
of TOM C00G1NS, a contractor in
Denver, on Nov. 23rd, at the TSBC
with REV. N. TSUNODA officiating.
A reception was held at the Ake-
bono Restaurant following the ce-
remonies.
OBITUARY
OTOKICHI MURAKAMI, 1669 Erie St.,
Denver, Colo. Husb. of Sbizuko.
Father of Leo Murakami, Junior
Murakami, both of Denver; George
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Mary Kanbe, all of Los Angeles.
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VETERANS MEMORIAL
COMMITTEE REPORTS
YOSH ARAI and JOHN T. NOGUCHI,
Co-Chrmn of the Cathay Post com-
mittee for the proposed Nisei War
Memorial, reported that more than
$1500.00 has already been pledged
towards the fulfillment of this
project, before the actual kick-
off of the financial campaign.
In spontaneous support of the
project, Cathay Post members have
pledged as follows: ($100 donors
listed in alphabetical order)
Cathay Post #185
YOSH ARAI .
SAM KUMAGAI .
TOM MASAM0RI.
AL MIYAG1SHIMA
SAM MOM11 .
BEN MURAKAMI.
JOHN NAKASH1MA
JOHN T. NOGUCHI
THOMAS HIKIDA
RUPERT ARAI .
GEORGE SAKATO
TOM C00LIDGE.
TOTAL PLEDGED to date
$ 500.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
75.00
60.00
50.00
20.00
CATHAY POST CHILDREN'S XMAS PARTY
Santa Claus came early for children of members of The Cathay Post,
which held a Christmas party for the children, on Sun., Dec. 16th, at
the Post headquarters home, 2015 Market St., Denver, Colo.
CITIZENSHIP CLASSES
AT NIHONJIN-KAi HALL
The Nikkei-Jin Kai of Colorado
sponsored citizenship classes for
Issei, and more recent arrivals
from Japan, at the Nihonjin-Kai
Hall, 2109 Lawrence St., Denver,
Colo., on a thrice-weekly basis.
HARRY G. MAT0BA, a naturalized
U.S. citizen, who was the leading
test case figure, in 1953, before
the federal district court on the
issue of eligibility of Issei men
who had been exempted from mili-
tary service, in World War 1, and
who won that case, was instructor
for the citizenship classes.
Graduation ceremonies will be
held on Jan. 7, 1963, with offi-
cials of the I&NS observing the
awarding of certificates to the
more than 60 adult students, who
have completed the two-months'
course of instruction.
Co-Chrmn ARAI and NOGUCHI in-
dicated that all Cathay Post mem-
bers were 1007. behind the project
and would complete their financi-
al drive within the Post before
asking the public to contribute.
JOIN JACL NOW !!!!!
DR. MASA G1MA, retiring Mem-
bership Co-Chrmn, for the local
chapter, urged everyone to join
the JACL for 1963.
Dues are $5.00 per person, of
which $4.00 goes to National H.Q.
to support the national JACL pro-
gram, and includes a years sub-
scription to the Pacific Citizen.
1963 dues can be paid at the
JACL office, 1225-20th St., Den-
ver 2, Colorado.
Above, Santa Claus, who is LEN
GROMMET, a Cathay Post member, in
a kindly disguise, shown passing
out presents to the kiddies.
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