No*14 Tuesday, July 4, 1962

Page 1

STUDY SCHOOL

problems

Formation of a special study

committee to report on equality of

educational opportunity in the Den-

ver public schools was approved

unanimously by the Denver Board

of Education last week. Director

of the newly established commit-

tee on school and community re-

lations will be Miss Mildred Bid-

dick, principal ofNewlon and Perry

elementary schools.

Supt. Kenneth Oberholtzer of the

school system said the committee

is concerned with human relations,

intercultural and racial-ethnic

factors affecting schools and the

community.

Scholors

In Family

Golden June was an eventful

month for the four children of

Alice and Bill Hosokawa.

Their oldest son, Mike, a grad-

uate from Colorado State College,

received a fellowship and he will

work on his master's degree in

health education in September at

Oregon State College.

Their second child, Susan gradu-

ated from Wheat Ridge High School,

and was awarded a Joint Honors

Scholarship to C.U.

Their third child, Refer, was one

of six students at Minning Junior

High School to be named for the

Manning Award. A ninth grader,

he also was elected vice president

of the student body. "

The fourth Hosokawa child,

Christie, will enter Manning Junior

High in the fail.

Teacher Goes

To Stanford

Joe Ariki, instructor at Palmer

elementary school, was one of

eight teachers and a YWCA work-

er who received scholarships from

the National Conference of Chris-

tians and Jews, Colorado region,

to workshops in human relations.

His wife, Mrs. Kate Ariki, in-

structor at Cole Junior High

School, received commendation

from the Teachers Award Founda-

tion which honors dintinguished

public school teachers,

Ariki, who teachers social stud-

ies and science at Palmer school,

will attend workshop on human re-

lations at Stanford University,

Calif.

BRIGHTON

ACTIVITIES

Brighton Faye Tokunaga was

chosen to be one of the cheer-

leaders at Brighton Junior High

School this autumn.

Paul Sasa was a delegate to the

Boys State, recently concluded at

C,U, campus, Boulder.

Recently elected officers of the

Brighton Y.B.A. are: president,

William Tani; vice-president, Jane

Nakata; secretary, Michi Kagi-

yama, and treasurer, Judy Sasaki.

EVENTS AHEAD

July 2-13, 8 p.m. Obon practice;

note no rehearsals July 7 and 8.

July 8, 11 a.rru, Hokka-jin Kal

picnic, Berkeley park, W. 44th

and Sheridan blvd.

July 15, Obon festival at Tri-

State Buddhist Church.

July 26, JACL National Conven-

tion, Seattle.

Aug, 5, Nikkei-jin Kal community

picnic at Berkeley park.

JOLLY NEW LOOK IN JAPAN:

The gaslight lamp was flown via JAL's hostess Miss Reiko

JAL's polar route from Lambeth, Niizu is shown as she lighted the

London, where the song, "Doing lamp on a pole at the entrance of

the Lambeth Walk originated. Gaslight Restaurant in Tokyo.

CHURCH LEADERS ASSIST

IN PREPARATION FOR OBON

Among Tri State Buddhist

Church's leaders, serving as ad-

visors to die event are:

Kikutaro Mayeda, Longmont,

chairman; Seishiro Nakamura;

Drs. Eizo Hayano and Konai Miya-

moto, Katsubei Sakaguchl, Fusaki-

chi Takamine, Otoji Kageyama,

Toyosuke Ogura, Eichi Yoshida,

Tetsuichi Yasuda and Naraojor-

yo.

Among those in charge of re-

freshments are: Tad Yamamoto,

Ken Fujimori and Frank Hiraoka;

Keiko Mimai, N. Tsushima, ch.;

Kenichi Suzuki, D. Hiraiwa, Isao

Kuga, Otoji Kageyama, S. Yone-

hiro, J. Fujino.

Street permit, Harry Yanari;

publicity, Shigeru Uyeda, ch.; Fu-

mio Tani, Frank Tani; in charge

of speakers, George Umetahi, ch.;

Mas Omoto; announcer, Harry Ya-

nari.

A large community activity, like

the annual Obon festival, involv-

ing hundreds of participants, re-

quires a large staff of volunteers

to assist in the many phases of

the event. Committee officials have

been published here in two past

issues, and the third portion of

the report follows.

MRS. KENZO FUJIMORI

COMMENDED BY PRINCIPAL

Mrs. Kenzo Fujimori, retiring

PTA president, recently received

commendation from the principal

of Morey Junior High School for

services rendered to the organiza-

tion, the pupils and the schooL

K i no no

SuonIi es

Madame Butterfuly Gift Shop,

4609 E. Colfax, announces receipt

of shipment of children's and

adults* yukata, zori, nylon tabi

and various supplies for die Obon

festival July 15.

The shop is stocked with com-

plete selection of accessories for

the kimono.

TENRKYO PRIEST

GIVES LECTURE HERE

A recent visitor at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Torizawa,

1900 Meade st., were five persons

of the Tenrikyo church, headed by

the Rev. Tadamasa Fukaya. At

the Torizawa residence, he gave

lectures.

Their next stop was to be in

Omaha, and from there, they will

visit Japanese communities in

Canada.

TWO FIRST RATE MOVIES

SLATED ON JULY 8TH

Tri-State Buddhist Church will

show two blood-and-thunder mov-

ies July 8, 7 p.m.: "Sanba Gar-

asu Sandai-ki, free translation:

three generations of three crows,

and "Tenchi Musoken, a story

about Yagyu Jubei, famous fencer,

starring Jushiro Konoye. Cast in-

cludes Kinshiro Matsumoto, Aki-

take Kono and Miyuki Kuwano.

YOUTH NAMED HEAD BOY,

COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENT

Westminster Joe Miyamoto.

Jr., was elected head boy of Shaw

Heights Junior High School at the

close of school term, and will serve

as vice-president of StudentCoun-

cil for the 1962-63 term. The son

of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miyamoto

is now attending tfiFSKidenl Coun-

cil's outing at Camp Leslie Beal

in Bailey.

PIONEER MERCHANT IN

GREELEY CLOSES STORE

Greeley KatsumaHoshiko, who

for years operated a grocery store

here, retired from the business

recently, having sold it to Kazuma

Mlkawa.

Mikawa opened die store at a

new location two miles east of

Highway No. 24.

TALK ON JAPAN GIVEN AT

WOMEN'S GROUP MEETING

Ault A talk on Japan was

given by Mrs. Hiroshi Taceyama

at die meeting of the Wyatt H. D.

Club.

ERA OF ANNUAL CHURCH

CONFERENCES NEARING END

For more than 60 years, annual

conferences of Japanese Metho-

dist Churches have been an in-

stitution, held mostly in west coast

cities. There, ministers were as-

signed to churches, pastoral and

lay leaders* reports were made

and the agenda discussed.

In 1964, however, this institu-

tion will disband, and the 30-odd

Japanese churches will join the

denominational conferences in

their own areas. Simpson Metho-

dist Cburch will join the Colorado

Methodist Conference, whose

standing invitation to the church

had been made back in 1948.

About two-thirds of these

churches are located inCalifomia,

with others scattered among Ja-

panies communities in Arizona,

Washington, Oregon, Idaho and

Colorado.

Discussion of this momentous

procedure took up much of the time

of delegates to the conference

last week in Seattle, it was re-

ported by Hideo Hamamura on his

return to Denver. "This procedure

is described by the now familiar

term, integration church inte-

gration," said the chairman of

2 Brothers

In Air Force

A copilot aboard the giant K-

/C-97 jet refueling tanker, First

' Lt. Don Furuta and his family

are visiting in Denver. The san-

sei officer, attached to the Stra-

tegic Air Command, Dover Air

Force Base, Dela., is visiting

with his wife Carol's family, the

Harry Mizoues of 3804Wyandotst.

His younger brother, First Lt.

Ben Furuta is a pilot aboard the

WB-50 weather reconnaissance jet

plane in Guam. Don and Ben are

graduates from Colo. State Col-

lege and the U. S. Air Force

Academy, respectively.

the Simpson church's board of

trustees. Other delegates to the

Seattle meeting who accompanied

Revs. Paul Hagiya and Johnathan

Fujita were Mr. and Mrs. Teizo

Nonaka, Mmes. Some Kosuge and

Tatsuno Oka, Joe Akiyama, and

Meach Nogami.

SCOUTS HEAD

FOR JAMBOREE

For most of the Boy Scouts,

this would be the longest trip away

from home. On July 5f they headed

for the international Jamboree in

Japan. On Thursday night, the

Mile Hi JACL sponsored a fare-

well party for them at the Ake-

bono restaurant.

Among those who spoke to them

was George Koshi, legal advisor to

the U. S. Armed Forces, Japan,

now visiting his mother, Mrs.

Matsu Koshi, 1311 Marion st. Ac-

companying the sansei and Cau-

casian Scouts will be the adult

leaders, Frank Nakagawa and Sam

Suekama.

SCOUT BENEFIT IfOYIE

PROFIT GRATIFYING

Tad Yamamoto andTerrieTaka-

mine reported that the recent Ja-

panese movie benefit at Tri-State

Buddhist Church netted $369.71,

to assist in sending 15 Boy Scouts

to Japan for th 1st Asian Jam-

boree, from a gross of $546.30.

The Tri-State Buddhist Church

donated the use of the hall and of

facilities for the showing.

Minoru Yasui, District Chair-

man of the Mountain-Plains JACL

which is sponsoring the cruise to

Japan, said die Denver contingent

of 15 Scouts, led by Frank Naka-

gawa and Sam Suekama, was sche-

duled to leave Denver at 7:00 a.tru

July 5th, by company plane of the

D-C Truckers, and will sail from

San Francisco aboard the U.S.

Navy Ship SS Breckenridge on July

7.

SUMMER VISITORS IN TOWN

Dr. Masa Gima's visitor is his

mother, Mrs. A. GimafromLanai,

Hawaii.

Mrs. Sue Uyematsu of Los An-

geles visited with Harry and Betty

Yanari. The visitor is Mrs. Ya-

nari's sister.

Mr. and Mrs. Mas Higashi, also

from L. A,, visited with Jim and

Kiyo Hanamura. Mrs. Higashi was

the former Jean Hanamura.

Mrs. Carol Misumi and son,

Johnny from San Francisco visit-

ed with their mother and grand-

mother, Mrs. Tsuyo Tanaka.

Mr. and Mrs. James Okazaki and

their two boys, of Camarillo,

Calif., visited with Mr. and Mrs.

Richard Kitashima. The visitors

came to attend the wedding of the

former Dorothy Okazaki to Ken-

neth Funakoshi.

Mr. and Mrs. Denby Nakashima

of West L. A. visited with the

J ohnNakasbimas

Mrs. Harry Shironaka and son,

of Ordway visited with Tom and

Mary Taketa.

(Continued to page 2)

VIOLINIST APPEARS AT

CONCERT IN ASPEN

Aspen Toshiya Eto, violinist

from Japan was scheduled to ap-

pear last Saturday afternoon at die

Aspen Music Festival.

In the concert at die new tent-

amphitheater, Etos program in-

cluded Bach's Violin Sonata No. 4.

Musi c i an

Visitor Here

A Japanese pianist-composer,

Takefusa Sasamori is a visitor

here, enroute to Japan. The son

of Dr. Junzo Sasamori, educator-

diplomat, the musician attended

Columbia University in New York,

Eastman School of Music and re-

ceived Master of Music degree

from the Manhattan School of

Music. He studied music in U.S.

for four years.

He gave a recital Friday night

at the home of piano instructor,

Mrs. Gladys Kendall.

BULK RATE

PAID

DENVER, COLO.

Ranatt No. 63

THE FORUM

Joan Takamine of Greeley last

week was chosen first alternate

to the Girls Nation at Wash., D.C.

At the recent Girls State on the

Colo. Women's College campus,

she was elected county superin-

tendent of schools, and also, she

served as chairman of the make-

believe Federalist party.

A dull moment? Impossible! On

one day, for example, they arose

at 6:15 a.m. reveille, breakfast at

7:00 a.m., dashed aboard a bus at

8:30 to be driven to the State

Capitol to meet officials. Back at

the campus, they picnicked at 6

p.m. attended assembly at 7:45

p.m., dashed into vesper service

at 9:45 p.m. and yawn sigh -

lights out at last at 10:30

p.m.

Organizing and participating in

elections, and holding make-

believe governmental offices are

phases of leadership training pro-

grams. in which these girls parti-

cipate. Sanseis who attended Boys'

State at Boulder Paul Sasa from

Brighton, Darryl Kaneko from

Lakewood and Gordon Aoyagi and

Steven Nitta from Denver also

participated in similar programs.

PIANO RECITAL HELD:

GUEST ARTIST PERFORMS

Two piano students of Mrs.

Gladys Kendall gave a recital Fri-

day at her residence. A guest

artist, Tatefusa Sasamori, also

performed several selections.

The students who played were:

Neiko Hirakawa, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Kiichi Hirakawa, and

Sharon Kato, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. Sam Kato.

Goinq Home

A handful of the 2,000-odd for-

eign high school students in the

U.S. completed recently a year of

high school education in the Den-

ver area, includingTetsuya Yama-

saki and Mayumi Tsuchiya from

Japan. Their visit was sponsored

by American Field Service In-

ternational scholarships.

A Swiss student suggested that

American par aits aren't strict

enough with their children, A Span-

ish youth suggested that American

teenagers ignore opportunities, a

shame, said the boy, whose oppor-

tunities in his own country are

comparatively scant.

Yamasaki said he knew much

about America and Americans

from books and movies. He felt

CLYDE SHIOYAZONO BUYS

CENTRAL GARDEN MARKET

Clyde Shioyazono recently pur-

chased the Broadway Garden and

Market, 1101 So. Broadway, from

Henry Matsumoto and renamed the

store, theCentralGardenandMar-

ket.

4-H HOME DEMONSTRATION

PROGRAM CONDUCTED

Greeley Home demonstration

contest recently drew many on-

lookers, and 25 participant-de-

monstrators, including onesansei,

American teachers and parents

are stricter with the children, than

in Japan.

YOSH1HARU ETO-SACHKO

TAKAGI FETE HELD

Wedding reception wasJheld Sun-

day for the newlyweds, Mr. and

Mrs. Yoshiharu Eto, at the Lotus

Room. Yutaka Inai served as mas-

ter of ceremonies for the occasion.

The bride, newly arrived from

Japan, is the former Sachiko Ta-

kagi. The groom is the son of

Mr. and Mrs. Denji Eto of 2801

[anice Matsuda.

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Visitors

(Continued from page I)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yanari and

their two daughters from St. Paul,

Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank

Yanari and their four children,

from St. Louis Park, Minn., visit-

ed with Kaz and Sally Sakamoto.

Irene and Diane Furuta, daugh-

ters of Ben and Masako Furuta

are visiting with the HarryMizou-

yeS;

Mrs. Fukuyo Yamaoka, from

Japan, visited with her son, Frank

Yamaoka and his family. The visi-

tor was accompanied by her daugh-

ter, Mrs. Yuriko Takenaka. Mrs.

Yamaoka, once a resident of Seat-

tle, returned to Japan 30 years ago.

The Saburo Yonehiros's third

son, Dr. Yohei Yonehiro is visit-

ing with his parents. Graduate of

University of Minn. Medical School

he is serving on its faculty.

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Matsuda of

Los Angeles are visiting old

friends here, but primarily, they

came to close up the home erf

their daughter and son-in-law, the

late Sam Nagai. Matsuda is now

affiliated with the Keystone Invest-

ment Co. in Los Angeles.

Tournament

Drews Crowd

A number of nisei bridge de-

votees were among the 2,000-odd

players at the week-end 15thRocky

Mountain Regional BridgeTourney

at Albany Hotel. Here are some of

the results:

Dr. Tom Kobayashi and Sam

Matsumoto were second in sec-

tional open pair Saturday; Mel

Ozaki was 4th in three-sectional

Master's Pair.

Other nisei participants included

Ken Yabe, Mines. Haruko Koba-

yashi, Sue Akiyma, True Yasui,

and Dick and Ethel Yanase, and

Joe and Miya Sano of Boulder.

SHES ABOUT THE BE ST

BOWLER IN THE AREA

La Junta Ted Maruyama, Las

Animas, has been elected presi-

dent of the Arkansas Valley JA-

CL Mixed League,

Amy Konishi, at the league's

bowlers' banquet, won prizes for

high game and high series in the

women's division, the all events,

the singles, and withShigeHarada,

Amy also took the doubles. Jim

Hasui won the high game award in

the mens division. League cham-

pionship was won by team which

included George Fujimoto, Elmo

Sakai, Frank Shiba, Gene Hira-

kata and Judy Hirakata.

HOW THEY RECEIVED

ENGAGEMENT RINGS

Greeley Members of theKuner

Circle, at their meeting lastweek,

answered roll call by reciting

"How I Received My Engagement

Ring." Refreshment was served

in hobo style to members. Among

those who assisted in the affair

was Mrs. John Nakagawa.

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the exclusive Gakushu-in, Tokyo,

was a visitor here over die week-

end, enroute to Kent School, Conn.,

where she plans to enroll. She is

the daughter of Rear Admiral Tsu-

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NANCY TANINO AWARDED

LATIN-AMERICAN HONOR

Nancy Tanino, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Dick Tanino, 724 8th

st., received scholarship award

from the Latin American Educa-

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uate from Manual High SchooL

She will enroll at Colo. State Col-

lege, Greeley, in autumn.

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They Still

Keep Trying

So far this season, the girls*

softball team of Simpson church

have tangled with experienced

teams, composed of older players.

And the result, said Coach Jim

Buckner, was predictable. The

church girls played and lost five

games. But, he said, they're game

for more, so last Tuesday night

at Hirshorn park field, they tangl-

ed with the Busseiettes.

The players are Diane Oklta,

Anne Aoyagi, Susan Ando, Liane

Aoyagi, Linda Fujimoto, Laura

Hashimoto, Joyce Kasa, Joyce Ma-

sunaga, Laura Masunaga, BevMil-

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and Rhonda Nishimoto, Cheryl Oye,

Marilee Sumida, Susan Inagaki,

Kathy Shiramizu and Pam Burrous.

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