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No.13, Wednesday, June 27, 1962
Pag 1
MAY NAME
COMMITTEE
Proposed establishment of a
citizens committee to study racial
problems in public schools was to
be decided by the Denver School
Board last Wednesday.
If established, the committee
would study and make recommen-
dations to the board on such mat-
ters as the advisability of estab-
lishing a new junior high school
at the proposed site, E 32nd Ave.
and Colorado blvd., a site criti-
cized by some for fear that it
would become a ghetto school for
nonwhite studertts. That area may
well be predominantly colored pop-
ulation, but board members also
noted that a large proportion of,
for example, the Japanese popu-
lation in Denver also reside in
that general area. They also send
their children to grade schools
in the area and to Cole Junior
High and to Manual Senior High
Schools.
Design Student
Heads For Aspen
ASPEN CONFERENCE
Established leaders in many
fields of mans endeavors from
architecture to anthropology as-
sembled this week at Aspens De-
sign Conference. It was designed
to attract distinguished guests as
well as students in these several
fields.
One of the latter, a student
in design work, was Masabumi
Yuo, student at Pratt Institute, New
York. He is a graduate of Kana-
zawa Art School in Japan. A re-
gistrar for the event, it was re-
ported earlier, was Ben Yoshioka,
personnel executive from the
American Can Corp., Chicago.
MUSICIAN WILL TAKE
PIANO LESSONS IN ASPEN
Miss Kikuko Nakamura from
Japan, a third year student at
Julliard School of Music in New
York, stayed at Olin hotel last
week end. She was enroute to the
Aspen Music School to begin a
nine-week study under the piano
instructor, Mrs. Rosina Lehvine.
Miss Nakamura had competed in
an audition in New York, entitled
her to become a summer pupil
of the famed piano instructor.
ISAOIWATA GRADUATES
FROM TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Lakewood One of the six grad-
uates in the industrial class of
Colorado Technical Institute is
Isao J. Iwata.
Graduation exercises were held
for the class last week at the
Student Union building, 1565 Al-
lison st.
WEDDING BELLS RING OUT
ACCOUNTANTS OPTIMISTIC
ABOUT BUSINESS OUTLOOK
U.S. and Colorados business
activities in the second half of
1962 should be even better than
the first half. That was the con-
sensus of the states Certified Pub-
lic Accountants given to a ques-
tionaire passed, out to members
at the recent CAP meeting here.
About 53% of respondents felt
optimistic about chances for im-
provement in the over-all U.S.
business, and about 60% of them
felt so about prospects for im-
provement in Colorado business,
activities during the second half of
this year.
Nisei Certified Public Account-
ants in Denver area includes Sam
Kumagai of Connors, Hogan, Miles
and Kumagai firm, Roy Terada,
Roy Uyenishi, and Sam Nakazono.
YAMAGUCHI-KOBAYASHI WEDDING SOLEMNIZED
Platteville The former Jo
Anne Yamaguchi became the bride
of Kenji Kobayashi on June 17.
The wedding rites were performed
at Platteville Methodist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Yamaguchi of Ft.
NAVAL OFFICER TO WED l/
AMY SASAKI OF HENDERSON
Henderson Miss Amy Sasaki
will become the bride of Ensign
Don Tokunaga July 1 at services
to be performed at Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church.
Daughter of the Isamu Sasakis,
the bride-to-be is a junior at
CSU, and the groom-to-be is sta-
tioned at U. S. naval aviation
school, Corpus Christi, Tex. His
parents are the Shinkichi Tokun-
agas of Brighton.
Wedding attendants are; maid of
honor, Jean Manly; birdesmaids,
Jackie Throckmorton, Judy Sasaki,
Jane Yamamura of Hawaii; flower
girl, Kathy Sasaki; best man, Den-
nis Tokunaga; attendants, Paul
Okada, Sam Kobayashi of Ovid,
Sam Sasaki, Jr.; ring bearer, Rob-
bie Sakata; ushers, James Kishi-
yama, Eigiro Horiuchi, RoyKishi-
yama. Baishakunins are Mr. and
Mrs. Shigeo Okada.
AKAHOSHIS OF AULT MARK
GOLDEN WEDDING EVENT
On the occasion of their recent
jQth wedding anniversary, Mr. and
Mrs. Kunisaburo Akahoshi of Ault
made a monetary contribution to
the Tri-State Buddhist Church, it
was announced.
The gift also marks the occa-
sion of their recent wedding an-
niversary trip to Japan.
Girls Arrive
In PuebloArea
Pueblo Five girls from Japan
were among the 69 foreign stu-
dents who were housed here Satur-
day and Sunday in Caucasian fam-
ily homes. Sponsored by the Amer-
ican Field Service, the students
were enroute from Santa Fe, New
Mexico, to Russell, Kans.
The girls from Japan who re-
ceived local hospitality were;
Reiko Kawaguchi, Keiko Matsu-
zaki, Hioko Tatara, Satoshi Hina-
ta and Yuuko Yamamoto.
SHES NAMED ALTERNATE
TO GIRLS* NATION
Joan Takamine and Cindy Telep
of Greeley have been named al-
ternates to attend Girls Nation
in Washington, D.C., in July, itwas
disclosed last week. Joan is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie
Takamine.
The designation was made at the
final session of Colorado Colum-
bine Girls State last week at Colo-
rado Women's College. The Vic-
tor Candelin American Legion aux-
iliary of Greeley named Joan as a
delegate to the Girls State at CWC.
Lupton, and the groom is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. Tom Kobayashi
of Denver.
Judy Yamaguchi served her sis-
ter as maid of honor and John
Kobayashi served his brother as
best man.
HANAMURA-TAMARIBUCHI
MARRIAGE RITES HELD
The former Gail Hanamura be-
came the bride of Franklin Tama-
ribuchi Sunday at the Chapel of
Angeles, Lakewood, in services
performed by the Rev. Gerald
Dingman of Edgewater Methodist
Church.
The brides attendants were:
matron of honor, Mrs. Jean Hi-
gashi; bridesmaid, Katie Nakaoka;
flower girl, Joann Arai, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Arai.
Best man was Bert Tamaribuchi;
attendant was A1 Tamaribuchi;
ushers were David Taketa and
Mas Higashi.
Brighton Doings
Brighton Recent activities a-
mong the younger set; Brighton
YBA threw a graduation party,
for Summer *62 sheepskin win-
ners, at Elitch amusement park.
Kim Okada, Helen Tokunaga and
Florence Nakata gave a bridal
shower party for Amy Sasaki, whoV
becomes Mrs. Don Tokunaga Tulv >
1, at the Okada home.
Brighton High School; John Ma-
sunaga was elected correspond-
ing sec. of the junior class, 1962-
63; Lily Tani was elected secre-
tary of the Junta. Ray Imatani
was awarded the Latin Club
scholarship requiring 3.75-plus
grade point average. Paul Sasa was 1
chosen captain, varsity football
team. Joyce Sakaguchi was named
Miss Cherry and White of the
school annual.
BOYS STATE
Boulder Among the 30 high
school boys elected to county of-
ficers Monday at University of
Colorado, site of Boys State, was
Gordon Aoyagi of Denver. Gordon
was elected the office of county
clerk and recorder.
Elections are part of eight-day
program sponsored by American
Legion. The program is designed
to give outstanding high school
pupils an opportunity to appreci-
ate organization and functions of
government.
Darryl Kaneko of Edgewater was
also a candidate for a municipal
office at this encampment. The
third sansei attending the program
was Steven Nitta of Denver.
STUDENTS FROM JAPAN
READY TO RETURN HOME
Among the foreign students who
completed a year of high school
in Denver under a program spon-
sored by the American Field Ser-
vice are two from Japan, Tet-
suya Yamasaki and MayumiTsu-
chiya.
Yamasaki, graduate of North
High School this summer, won an
award from Scholastic Magazines
35th anriual art contest program.
The magazine is published in New
York.
DENVERITES HONORED AT
DINNER IN WASHINGTON
Ten Martin Co. employees of
Littleton, including Noble H. Ida,
of Boulder were honored lastweek
at dinner given in their honor by
the companys home office. Dinner
was at Mayflower hotel. The honor-
ed guests were those who contri-
buted outstanding technical re-
ports, made important discoveries
or inventions.
2 SURGEONS STUDY AT
LOCAL HOSPITAL
Two Japanese surgeons recently
began studies in surgery at Colo-
rado General Hospital under the
J oint Halsted Fellowship Program.
Dr. Yutaka Sakai from Tokyo
Womens Medical College is doing
research in cardiac surgery, and
Dr. Ichiro Shimada of Kyushu Uni-
versity in Fukuoka is studying
general surgery.
BOYS HEAD
FOR JAMBOREE
Fifteen Denverites are schedul-
ed to leave for Japan July 5 to
attend the international Boy Scout
Jamboree. Of the original 15, Mel-
vin Nakagawa, Eagle Scout of Post
No. 102 dropped out and was re-
placed by Tommy Fujita of Simp-
son Methodist Churchs Troop No.
38.
Melvin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Nakagawa of 6780
E. 73rd Place, Derby. Nakagawa,
assistant district commissioner,
is one of the two adult leaders
with the group. Tommy is the son
of Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan Fujita
of the Simpson church.
Of the 15, five are Caucasian
Scouts from various troops. Of the
10 sansei, five are from Budd-
hist churchs Troop No. 169. Night-
ly for a week earlier this month,
Bussei scouts heard lectures on
Buddhism from the Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda of the church.
Brighton
Appliance
118 Strong St.
Brighton
ACTIVITIES OF OPTIMIST
CLUB ARE DISCLOSED
Planning ways and means to pro-
vide recreational facilities for
boys, 9 to 16, is a prime activity
of the Optimist Club, says retir-
ing Pres. Leo Murakami, who will
be succeeded by Vem Tomkins.
Bill Kuroki is the incoming sec-
retary-treasurer.
The clubs dinner meeting is on
the first and third Wednesday of
each month at the Salt Water Du-
mas restaurant, 6100 Smith rd. All
interested persons are invited to
join the club and to attend its
meetings.
BUSSEI PICNIC HELD
AT ECHO LAKE SITE
Echo lake was the site of the
YBL picnic Sunday, according to
General Chairman Louis Yoshida.
Others in charge of the outing
functions were: food committee,
June Tsumura, chairman; Gail
Chikuma, Lois Tani and Hazel
Watada; activities co-chairmen,
Mrs. Ruby Miyazawa and Henry
Tobo; transportation, Ken Tani.
The Tri-State YBL also con-
ducted the monthly devotional
meeting at Ft. Lupton Buddhist
Church with Ronald Murata serv-
ing as chairman.
Judo Asthma
Training in judo has been known
to help asthmatic children to cope
with their breathing problem. So
boys, 8 through 14 at Sewall Re-
habilitation Center, 1360 Vine st.,
are receiving training in this art
from instructors provided by Den-
ver Judo School.
Torn Takamatsu of the judo
organization said instructions for
the boys, now attired in regulation
judo uniforms, are given by Jack
Oliver, shodan; Joe Miley, nidan;
and Bill Robinson, sankyu. Judo
training at Sewall Center is a part
of its pilot program in deep breath-
ing exercise for asthmatic chil-
dren.
0OUEBASS
PRID
DUtVlB, COLO
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HAPPY NE/vLYVUEDS, MR. AKD MRS. JAMES KISHIYAMA
The former Jane Imada, daughter of the Tom Imadas of Thornton,
recently became the bride of James Kishiyama, the son of the Roy
Kishiyamas of 3535 Elizabeth St. Photo by the Duncan Photographers
NIGHTLY REHEARSALS WILL
BE HELD BY OBON DANCERS
Obon practice sessions will be
held July 2-13, it was announced
by Takeshi Nakata, general chair-
man of the festival to be held July
15 at Tri-State Buddhist Church.
Continuing the list of officials
published last week, are the fol-
lowing: vice-chairmen, Nobue
Tsushima and Harry Yanari; re-
ception, Toranosuke Mayeda, ch.;
Kax Sakamoto, Keiichi Yoshida,
; Fumio Tani, v. ch.; Prog., G.
i Shimoda, Mas Mura; odori ch.,
j Ben Hara and Kay Nitta; v. ch.,
T. Doizaki, S. Yonehiro, Mmes.
! Maeno, S. Doida, Chiyo Mayeda,
N. Tsushima, T. Koshio, Yoshiko
Nishita, M. Watada, M. Murata, J.
Kanemoto, Tsuchimoto, T. Murata,
Louise Ota.
Lighting comm., Geo. Omoto,
Chas. Koto, Harry Motoyama,
Frank Fujino, Tosh Tawara, Shig
Ogawa, Eddie Ito, FrankUyemura,
Hugh Nishimoto, Tom Hasegawa,
Don Miyake, Henry Nakata, Henry
Tagawa. Yagura comm., Tsutomu
Kanemoto, ch.; Sto Tani, John
Miyazaki, Tom Nakata, lomohi-
bao, S. Nishimoto, Everett Watada,
Eddie Shimoda, Lucky Tanaka,
Fred Miyazawa, Kenny Mizunaga,
Sam Koshio and Frank Yokooji.
Cleanup, Bill Chikuma, Hideo Na-
kata, Nebo Nakayama, Frank Ta-
gawa, Tom Hiraoka, Tats Iwahashi,
Boy Scouts, Denver church
school PTA and Tri-State YBL.
PRIEST FROM SAN DIEGO
MEETS LOCAL MEMBERS
The Rev. Yoshihiro Yamamoto
of the Buddhist Church in San
Diego, Calif., will be honored at
reception at Akebono restaurant
on June 26 at 6:30 p.m. At 8
p.m., the visiting priest will speak
at Tri-State Buddhist Church.
2 FAMILIES BUY HOMES
IN DERBY, EDGEWATER
In Derby, Kenneth Funakoshi re-
cently purchased a home at 6011
Ivy st.
In Edgewater, Takeo Shiramizu
purchased a home on 1000 block,
south Chase st.
Integration To
Be Church Goal
Pres. Harold C. Case of Bos-
ton University, at a recent Metho-
dist conference here urged Metho-
dists to work toward complete
racial integration within the
church.
In his address at this meeting
of the Board of Christian Social
Concerns, Dr. Case noted presence
of representatives from Simpson
Methodist Church which at present
belongs to the Japanese Provision-
al Conference of Pacific coast.
The nisei representatives were
Joe Akiyama, Joe Ariki andMoro-
ku Suyehiro.
Catch Prize Fish
A 3 1/2-pound trout caught by
Sam Matsumoto of 8130 Brighton
rd recently won for him a trophy
and a cash pot, while Kiyoshi Shi-
mizu, 7970 Yates st., Westminster,
caught a 4-pound 13 oz. rainbow
last week.
Matsumoto caught his adversary
up there in fabled Madison river,
in the Bear Trap Canyon of Mon-
tana, an isolated area reached only
by jeeps. The occasion was an out-
ing sponsored by New York Life
Insurance Co. agents. Shimizu
caught his fish up at Lake John,
near Walden, a catch which, in a
fishing contest, won for him an
axe-knife set.
MINEGISHI DEFEATS
COLORADO COLLEGE MAN
Stanford University, California-
Yoshio Minegishi of Stanford Uni-
versity last week defeated Russ
Sperry of Colorado College, Colo-
rado Springs, 6-, 6-1 in the sec-
ond round of the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association's ten-
nis championships.
WILHELM DEFEATS ANDO
6-0 AND 6-3 IN TENNIS
Metropolitan junior tennis tour-
nament neared final matches this
week. In the girls* 14-year-old
and under semi-finals, Susan Ando
was defeated by Jean Wilhelm,
6-0, 6-3.
COUNTY RED CROSS GROUP
NAMES TWO OFFICIALS
Brighton Robert Sakata of
Brighton and Mrs. Velma Burnett
of Bennett were appointed last
week to two- and one-year terms,
respectively, to fill directorship
vacancies created by resignations
in the Adams County chapter of
American Red Cross.
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NATURALIZATION PAPERS
Among the 65 Coloradans who
became naturalized American citi-
zens in May, the U. S. Immi-
gration and Naturalization Service
announced, were the following
J apanese:
Mrs. NamiGiddings, Mrs.Moto-
ko Owens, Mrs. Asako Amann,
Mrs. Kaneko Abbey, Mrs. Yaeko
Aiken, all of Colorado Springs;
Mrs. Ayako Bateson of Boulder.
In Denver, Mrs. Katsu Andersen
of 3650 S. Federal blvd., and
Mrs. Yone Kiyotake of 3151 Stout
st., also received their citizen-
ship.
COMMUNITY CENTER PLAN
ADVANCED IN TORONTO
Toronto, Canada Construction
of the Japanese Community Cen-
ter to begin in September was an-
nounced recently following the gen-
eral meeting of the membership.
The new community center is to
be mortgaged for $233,000 at 6%
interest, amortized over a period
of either ten or 20 years. On the
basis of 20-year period, the annual
payment may approximate $19,000.
Estimated annual receipts from
membership fees, rental and other
functions, however, are estimated
to be $63,000.
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AREA WHEAT SHIPMENT DUE
If Wheat Quality Meets Requirements, Japan
May Import 1.5 Million Bushels Each Month
Ultimate destination of shipment
of surplus Colorado wheat to Cali-
fornia caused speculation among
wheat farmers and growers who
are preparing to harvest again.
The Rocky Mountain News said
Agricultural Commodity Credit
Corp. is hauling out 6.5 million
bushels of government-owned sur-
plus wheat to California for ex-
port to Japan, that Japan would
buy 1.5 million bushels monthly
if supply could be maintained.
However, some veteran Colo-
rado grain elevator operators re-
mained skeptical, wondered if
grain draining out of their storage
bins might not be storaged in Cal-
ifornia storage facilities, thus en-
abling their owners, instead of
Colorado grain storage operators,
to receive federal storage pay-
ments.
WHEAT BUYERS VISITORS
IN COLORADO AREA
Wheat buyers from Japan were
in town recently, conferring with
brokers, shippers and growers in
this area. The visitors, it was
learned, included Yosaku Handa of
the Nisshin Flower Mill owned by
the Shoda family, whose daugh-
ter married J apan's Crown Prince;
Masaji Ishihara, chief of planning
section of the Agricultural Minis-
try, and S. Abe of the Mitsubishi
International Co., Portland, Ore.
ADAMS STATE COLLEGE
DANCERS IN COMPETITION
Alamosa A co-ed at Adams
State College, Linda Yasuda, taught
a group of girls several native
Hawaiian dances, including the
huia. They became so good at it
that, recently, they won the local
4-H Club's amateur talent show.
Accompanied by Miss Yasuda, the
co-eds were to compete in the state
tournament at Ft. Collins^
PHYSICISTS WORK ON THEORY
Japanese Physicists Lave Been working On
Radiation Theory Developed By Plancke
Boulder Three Japanese phy-
sicists, during the past few years,
have worked at C.U. on various
phases of famed physicist Max
Planck's basic law for radiation.
As a result, said Dr. Wesley Brit-
tin. C. U. Physics department
chairman, the law itself may ul-
timately undergo important re-
vision. This, in turn, may mean
that the endless arrays of appli-
cations of this law in military
and industrial uses may also un-
dergo eventual change.
Among Japanese physicists who
have worked on this problem are
Arthur Sakakura, who received
Ph.D. here in 1960, Dr. Shunzo
Nakai of Tokyo University, here
on Fulbright scholarship, and a
graduate teaching assistant, To-
shio Nakayama from Hokkaido, Ja-
pan. Dr. Sadami Matsushita is a
department faculty member. Hav-
ing worked at the university's
!high altitude observatory, he re-
cently read a paper, on "the ef-
fects of sun-induced magnetic
storms on the earth's ionosphere
and magnetic field," at the Ifl-
1 temational Space Science Sym-
posium in Washington, D. C.
THE FORUM
A major pre-occupation of many
high school graduates in their pre-
paration for entering colleges and
universities. Comparison of the
numbers of college and high school
graduates suggest that the age level
of the sansei is still in the latter
category, with perhaps another
several years to come before the
bulk of this generation will reach
college age.
When the issei flourished, col-
lege education among them was a
rarity. Most of them left their
homeland as late teenagers or in
their early 20's, and so, hardly
allowing them time to complete
high schools, let alone college.
In the teenage days of the nisei,
many went to college, fewer to
graduate schools. Today, numer-
ous surveys show, something like
a near majority of college un-
dergraduates expect to go on to
graduate schools.
At Harvard and Yale, 70% of
'62 graduates are heading for grad-
uate studies. At University of Cal-
ifornia, it was said that this trend
was so overshelming, academic
officials still don't know as to what
proportion of their seniors plan to
take graduate studies.
Generally, graduate studies aim
toward specialization. Modem in-
dustry, and society, clamors for
specialists, most of whom are
furnished by graduate colleges.
Closing Prices June 22, 1962
Bid Asked
Allservice Life 1 1/8 1 1/2
American Fidelity Life 8 1/2 10 1A
Denver Heal Estate 8 1A 9 1A
Discount Stores 1 1/8 2
Gem International 11 12 1/2
Larr Optics 1 7/8 2 3/8
Keltner Electronics 3/8 5/8
Metal Marking Industries 2 2 1/2
Mile-Hi Kennel ** 5/8 5 5/8
National Western Life 9 1/2 10 1/2
Pacific International 3A 1 1/8
Peerless Mortgage 1 3/8 1 3A
P M A 1/2 3A
Siltronics 2 7/8 3 5/8
Sony ADR 16 17
State Life Colo. 2 7/8 3 1/2
Tokyo Shibaura ADR 10 3£4 12 1A
Union Reserve Life 1 7/8 2 ia
United American Life 25 28
United Nations Life 1 7/8 2 3A
Westgate California 1h 1/2 16 1/2
Westbay Financial 6 1A 7 3/*+
Western Oil Fields .4-5 .75
The above prices furnished by Schmidt, Sharp,
McCabe & Co., Inc., are intended as a guide
for the approximate range within which the sec-
urities could have been sold (bid) or bought
(asked) at the time of compilation.
BOULDER COLLEGE TEACHERS
DO WORK LONG HOURS
DRAMA CALLED "KATAKI"
PRESENTED AT CHURCH
A few seasons ago, SessueHaya-
kawa appeared in a drama called
"Kataki", staged in New York
City.
Last week-end at Congregational
Church of Washington Park, this
drama was produced by Summer
Festival Players. The play dealt
with an American G. I. who, in
World War II, confronted a fana-
tic Japanese soldier on an iso-
lated Pacific island.
Boulder Prof. James Doi of
C.U. announced recently that it
just wasn't so that college pro-
fessors work leisurely in the tra-
ditional ivory tower mulling over
their lecture notes for a handful
of classes over which they pre-
side each week.
Following a study, made with
Mrs. Betty McMichael of the de-
partment of institutional research,
including a survey of work habits
of 500 C.U. teachers, Professor
Doi concluded that a typical Boul-
der instructor presides over 9-
credit hours in classes, that he
puts in 57-hours work week, of
which about 36 hours are devoted to
direct teaching functions and that
about 21 hours per week are spent
in research.
These findings, Dr. Doi said, are
generally affirmed in studies made
at other major colleges throughout
the country.
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