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VO* IT Wednesday, July 25, 1962
Page 1
OFFICIALS FOR BIG
ANNUAL PICNIC
ARE ANNOUNCED
Annual grand community picnic
co-sponsored by Mile Hi JACL
and Nikkeijin Kai Aug* 5 at Ber-
keley park will be directed by Or.
Eizo Hayano as general chairman.
Other picnic officials include:
treasurer, Masakuni Iguchi; pri-
zes, Kenichi Suzuki; reception,
Yutaka Inai; announcers, Jinzo
Noda and Oski Taniwaki; record
player, Tadao Kajiwara and an-
nouncements, Kenzo Ogasawara.
Other officials include: arrange-
ments, Sus Matsumoto; transpor-
tation, George Kuramoto; location,
sports and cleanup, JACL. Phy-
sicians attending the affair will
attend to first aid cases.
MILWAUKEE PHYSICIAN,
FAMILY FETED IN BRIGHTON
VISITS WITH PARENTS
Brighton Dr. Shumpei Saka-
guchi and his family from Mil-
waukee, Wis., visited with his
parents, the Katsubei Sakaguchis,
recently and held reunion parties.
Other children of the elder Saka-
guchis joined in die reunion par-
ties which included dinner at
Cathay Post and a barbecue party.
OUTSTANDING PAIR
AMONG NATURAL! ZED
Nominations are open for the
tWO most Outstanding namrflliwfl
citizens of Denver* Jefferson,
Adams or Arapahoe counties, die
Citizenship Day committee has an-
nounced*
A man and a woman will be
honored at the Citizenship Day
ceremonies Sept. 16 at Greek thea-
ter in the Civic Center. Deadline
for nominations addressed to Ste-
phen E. Connor, 1X40 Denver Club
bldg., is August 15.
MICROBIOLOGIST VISITS
PARENTS IN DENVER
A Ph.D. candidate at Univ. of
Calif., Wesley Ota and his family
from Richmond, Calif., visited with
his parents, die Sadaichi Otas of
2544 Champa st.
Microbiologist on the staff of
Calif. Public Health Service, Ota
is conducting research in ence-
phalitis under Rockefeller Foun-
dation fund.
PLAY TWO CONCERTS
Concert pianist, MichiTanigave
a recital Tuesday at International
House, and on Thursday he was
scheduled to perform at Cherry
Hills Country Club. Tani is grad-
uate of Tokyo Conservatory of
Music and Julliary School in New
York City.
REV. TSUNODA HOLDS
ANNIVERSARY RITES
In Scottsbluff and Mitchell,
Nebr., the Rev. Noboru Tsunoda
of Tri-State Buddhist Church re-
cently conducted anniversary ser-
vices. At Scottsbluff Buddhist
Church, the 17th anniversary since
the death of Mrs. Yaeno Yokomizo
was held. She was the wife of
Ichisaburo Yokomizo.
At Mitchell, the third anniver-
sary since the passing of a child
of the Frank Sumidas was comme-
morated.
MRS. HANK1CHI TAKEUCHI
OF IUFF PASSES AWAY
!liff Funeral service for the
late Mrs. Hankichi Takeuchi was
held at die Takeuchi residence
Saturday. The matron, who passed
away on July 18, was buried at
interment service conducted at
Sterling cemetery. The Rev.
Yoshitaka Tamai performed the
services. Her husband is among
the survivors.
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U. S. SENATOR JOHN A. CARROLL OF COLORADO
Senator Carroll, Democrat, second from left, announced his can-
didacy for re-election.
He was pictured above recently discussing the Fryingpan-Arkansas
bill with, left to right. Senator Gordon Allott, Interior Sec. Stewart
Udall and Colo. Gov. Steve McNichols, who also has announced his
candidacy for re-election.
NISEI DELEGATES aT ASSEMBLIES HELD BY
DEmUCKmTIC PARTIES
BOTH REPUBLICAN mND
Greeley Democratic and Re-
publican party assemblies here
last week drew delegates from
every corner of Weldcountywhere
die organizations exist.
The Democratic party assembly
met at die Greeley Community
building. Among delegates, there
were Mrs. Sam Okamoto from
Precinct No. 26 of South Fort
Lupton. From precinct No. 29
in Platteville came John Kiyota
as an alternate.
The Weld county assembly of the
Grand Old Party was held last week
at the Eighth Avenue Gymnasium*
Partial list of delegates included
Ritchie Taka mine from Precinct
No. 16 in Hazelton.
HIKI DA AT SALON
Colorado Springs Ken Hikida
of Greeley was a star attraction
at the photographic salon in the
Fine Arts Center last week. He
gave an illustrated talk entitled,
'And Nature Created Color.
Hikida is manager of Camera
Supply, Inc., Greeley.
Designate Horiuchi
Brighton Seiji Horiuchi, who
tried two years ago in legisla-
tive campaign, William Kinney and
Bob Tonsing, will fight it out for
die Adams County Republican par-
ty's two nominations to die state
House of Representatives.
The party designated primary
candidates recently in a meeting
at Brighton High School.
SIMPSON CHURCH PICNIC
JULY 29, BERKELEY PARK
Issel and nisei church services
will be at 1& a.m. at Berkeley
park Sunday, preceding the pot-
luck lunch and picnic, said General
Chairman Sam Matsumoto. Metho-
dist Men under Dale Ritter, pres-
ident, are in charge of refresh-
ment. Meach Nogami is in charge
of location. Floyd Burrous and
Gordon Aoyagi will supervise
games for children. WSCS, under
Pres. Hana Hatakeyama, is in
charge of die lunch.
PUBLIC SHOWS APPRECIATION OF EXHIBIT
"I find the viewing of this art
exhibit to be mentally relaxing. It
sets me in a peaceful mood in
the midst of the hustling pace of
our daily activities. This com-
ment from a Caucasian visitor to
the exhibit was typical of the reac-
tions received to the exhibit of
representative paintings of the
visiting Japanese artist, Koen Na-
kaya, at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
He is a graduate of Tokyo Art
Academy. A follower of Zen Bud-
dhism, many of his paintings re-
flect the spirit of that religion,
of which he is an ardent dis-
ciple. One of his paintings, en-
titled The Three Monkeys,
which received highest recognition
at an art exhibition in Tokyo, was
purchased by the Japanese govern-
ment and displayed at the Tokyo
Art Academy museum.
DENVERITES TO JOIN
IN FUND CAMPAIGN
Mrs. H&ruko Kobayashi has been
designated to convene at solica-
don committee next month to raise
$2,500 for the National JACL his-
tory project.
League's San Francisco head-
quarters last week announced to-
tal pledges and contributions to the
fund had reached $124,413.48.
Arkansas Valley chapter, it was
announced, contributed $200 to die
fend.
CHURCH ELDER ATTENDS
BAY CITY CONFERENCE
Elder Alfred Okohira and his
family of Japanese 7th Day Ad-
ventist church are enroute to San
Francisco to attend 49th Quad-
renial Session of SDA World Gen-
eral Conference July 26-Aug. 5.
He is a delegate from die Colo,
conference's foreign language
dept.
Before returning home, they will
visit relatives in Los Angeles.
hailstorm damages
IN SOME AREAS
Brighton Hailstorm is an un-
forseen bugaboo for farmers here
each harvest season. This area a '
week ago experienced the fifth
hailstorm of the year, the Adams
County Agricultural Agent, A1 Les-
ser reported, causing losses esti-
mated to be as high as $10 million.
The county which annually pro-
duces about $35 million in agri-
cultural crops, suffered a two-
mile swath of hailstorm this time,
damaging tomatoes, com, cab-
bages and other mixed vegetables,
much of which are raised by the
issei and nisei. About 3,000 acres,
it is estimated, were affected by
the latest hail damages.
Hail damages, for example, in-
flicted heavy damages on the vege-
table farms operated by Junzo
Tanaka and Takeshi Tanaka, it was
reported. ~
JAPAN MEEK FETE
AT MORID'S FAIR
Seattle Ambassador Koichiro
Asakai of Japan participated in the
opening of Japan Week at Seattle
World's Fair which began Sunday.
Pres. Joseph Gandy of the fair
gave a luncheon for die envoy In
the Space Needle restaurant.
The week's special program in-
cludes famed Bunraku puppet
shows, tea ceremony in the gar-
den of die Japanese pavilion, Ike-
b&na, kendo and judo demonstra-
tions. Obon festival will be
performed by die girls of Seattle
Buddhist Church in die Plaza of
die States.
CHURCH MEMBERS RECEIVE NEPuRT ON FIRE
BELIEVED CAUSED BY DEFECTIVE WIRING
Members were given report
Wednesday on the extent of fire-
damages to the altar area of the
Tri-State Buddhist Church at a
special general meeting.
Takeshi Nakata, president of the
church board, presided. Ed Naka-
gawa, in charge of church business
and finance, gave a report on in-
surance coverage of the exten-
sive damages. Harry Yanari, pre-
sident of YABA said fire Inspec-
tors appeared to agree that de-
fective electric wiring probably
cadsed the fire. The $130,000sanc-
tuary portion of the church was
erected 12 years ago.
Ashes of some 40 deceased per-
sons, placed in temporary reposi-
tory behind the altar area were
virtually undamaged.
The Obon festival, which ended
few hours before the fire, in no
way caused it, church officials
said. The festival drew more than
200 dancers and an audience of
3 to 4,000.
OPTOMETRIST PILOTS
PLANE FROM CALIFORNIA
Dr. Akira Tajiri of Reedley,
Calif., was a brief visitor here
last week, having flown his own
plane here on the Las Vegas, Nev.-
to-Denver leg in seven hours. The
optometrist, son-in-law of Mr. and
Mrs. Yutaka Inai was here ear-
lier riils summer to attend a con-
ference at Estes Park.
BESSIE KAMURA-RICHARD
JOKO RITE CONDUCTED
Miss Bessie Kamura became
the bride of Richard Joko in the
ceremony performed Sunday at
Simpson Methodist Church.
Julia Kamura and Ruth Sagara
were maid of honor and birdes-
maid, respectively. Best man and
groomsman were Andy Szakal of
Hungary and Stanley Okamoto.
Ushers were George Takao and
Gene Tagawa.
OUTSTANDING BALLET
STUDENT GIVEN AWARD
Voted outstanding student ballet
dancer, Connie Takamine, 14. re- U
cently received the T JJlian Cushing
award in the form of a medal.
Fellow class members determine
the recipient.
Now in her fourth year of train-
ing, Connie, daughter of the Tol
Takamines, will be a member of
the casts in Swan Lake and Nut-
cracker Suite to be presented in
August at Bonfils theater.
ARTHUR IWASAKI OPENS
NEW GASOLINE STATION
Arthur iwasaki opened Art's
Chevron Station at Arapahoe st.
and Broadway, where he welcomes
his friends. He said mechanics will
be on hand to service automobiles.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
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WOMEN'S SUMMER SCRATCH LEAGUE FINALS
SHOW VICTOR WITH 16 WINS AND 8 LOSSES
Team No. 2 composed of Mits nisei wonicu o oummcr scratch
Nakagawa, Himi and Mary Mor- league, according to Martha Uye-
ishige took team standing honors hara, secretary of the league. Final
with 16 wins and 8 losses in the results follow.
X* 2* 3* 4*
INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES
Mits Nakagawa
Mate Ito
Michi Iwata
Jean Sato
Flo Domoto
Bonnie Yamamoto
Janet Yoehida
Marge Ota
Evie Hayashida
Himi Moriehige
Sally Sahara
June Gkisaki
Sadami Kuroda
Martha Uyehara
Jean Matsuda
Julia Kamura
Marge Moriehige
Peggy Matsumoto
Lil Terasaki
Helen Goto
Sadako Haeegawa
To Sato
Baruko Furukawa
Mary Moriehige
177*16 21 3732 215 563
168.19 24 4051 214 670
161.70 24 3871 196 522
160.20 21 3380 213 516
160.14 1 2414 208 608
169.70 24 3823 216 539
158.20 21 3326 200 512
156.16 24 3760 199 537
166.50 24 3749 212 536
156.11 21 3266 192 523
154.15 21 3249 192 510
161.12 18 2730 209 490
150.90 24 3609 177 506
149.10 24 3677 199 487
147.19 24 3649 188 499
147.90 24 3637 172 485
148.10 21 3118 225 528
146.23 24 3505 181 470
144.90 21 3033 182 471
143.30 15 2148 160 458
142.14 21 2996 167 496
140.17 24 3377 173 473
136.16 24 3265 168 448
134.30 24 3219 166 471
225
216
216
1-averag*, 2-guras, 3-total pins,
4-high game, 5-high series.
TEAM STANDINGS WON LOST
8 1. Marge Moriehige
16 9 2. Bonnie Yamamoto
14 10 3. Mits Nakagawa
14 10
15 10 HIGH TEAM three flRwre?
9 15 1. #35 1610
7 17 2. #01 1480
7 17 5. #02 1465
HIGH TEAM SINGLE GAME HI. INDIVIDUAL 3 awes
558 1. Mats Ito 578
635 2. Mits Nakagawa 663
3. #95 533 3. Eonnie Yamamoto 539
DENVER MAY ISSUE BID
FOR 1965 BOWL TOURNEY
The Pacific Citizen reported last
week that bid for the 1965National
JACL bowling tourney in Denver
is being contemplated, accordingto
Gene Ikeya of the Denver Nisei
Bowling League.
CAMPFIRE GIRLS OUTING
NEAR IDAHO SPRINGS
Campfire girls and Bluebirds
groups from east Denver are at-
tending week-long camping ses-
sions at Camp Wilaha, near Idaho
Springs. Participants include
Elaine Shiramizu.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
Ready-to-Serve Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pounds
Convenient National Rice Cooker
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BETTY and
HARRY YANAM, ftopriKws
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Kazuo Shinohara, judo instructor, shown instructing Jack Oliver
JUDO EXPERT HER^ TO
A national AAU over-all judo
champion in the 160-pound class,
Kazuo Shinohara, yodan, from Los
Angeles, has been instructing be-
tween 40 and 50 students nightly
at Denver Judo School. Captain of
Meiji University judo team in 1960,
the visitor weighs but 152 pounds.
Judo is the 25-year-old hand-
some bachelor's hobby. During
working hours, he labors on the
public relations staff of Maruzen
Oil Co., inc., in Los Angeles.
Earlier this year, he came out
to Colorado Springs to help of-
ficiate at a national judo tourna-
ment conducted at the Air Force
Academy.
THERES ALWAYS FIRST
TIME FOR EVERYBODY,
CHURCH TEAM VICTORIOUS
By a respectable margin of 10-7,
Co-Managers Paul Fukuma and
Tootsie Tsutsui's Simpson church
baseballers defeated visiting
Wyoming team atWelton park. This
was the host teams first victory
since it began playing early in
June.
Players forvictors include: Paul
Miyamoto, 3b; Dennis Miura, of;
Ronnie Fox, If; Mark Hagiya, of;
Bruce Kamada, of; Yoshi Ogino,
cf; Leslie Toma, lb and p.; Roy
Toma, of; Ken Takahashi, p.; Art
Koyano, p.; Tom Doizaki, c.; Stan
Hatasaka, 2b; Mel Shjmono, ss.
TEACH STUDENTS
WELBY WALLOPS BUSSEI
BY SCORE OF 12 TO 1
Welby walloped Bussei baseball-
ers recently at Welton park dia-
mond 12-1 in the NCNBL league
series.
The team is managed by George
Tsukamoto, coached by Frank Ki-
mura and captained by Floyd ito
and co-captain, Ronnie Yamamoto,
s.s. Other players include: Gary
Tsutsui, c.; Tom Kimura and Ted
Matsuo, oi.; Pat Motoyama, p.
and o.f.; Steve Ishimoto, 3rd b.
and o.f.; Leonard Ito, 1st b.; Doug
Takeda, i.f.; Calvin Kato, o.f.;
Ronnie Yamamoto, o.f.; Ralph
Mura, 2nd b.
Ronnie, the shortstop is the son
of Dick Yamamoto. Ronnie, the
center fielder is the son of Tad
Yamamoto.
NCNBL BASEBALL GAMES
FOR SUNDAY, JULY 29
Cheyenne vs. Bussei, Welton
park, 12:30; Greeley vs. Welby,
Welton park, 3:15; Merchants No.
2, vs. Merchants No. 1 at Clay-
ton park, 3:15; Simpson church
vs. Ft. Lupton at Ft. Lupton, 3:15
Brighton No. 1 vs. No. 2 at Brigh-
ton, 2:00.
Bussei Reds vs. Greeley, Clay-
ton park, 12:00; Ft. Lupton vs.
Bussei Blues, Ft. Lupton, (no time
given); Merchants vs. Brighton,
Clayton park, 12:00. _
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Group picniCKiug maae up of
members of a group is fun.
But the real picnic is wide open
community picnic, like the one
coming up, die one sponsored by
the Mile Hi JACL and Nihonjin
Kai. It takes in just everybody,
regardless of their fraternal or
church affiliations.
As children, we used to go to
the annual community picnic, just
before the grape harvest season,
down on San Joaquin river back
there. Just everybody in the
county anticipated it for weeks,
then came the biggest outdoor
social event of the year.
Mothers used to start preparing
for the picnic lunch, sometimes
day in advance of that Big Sun-
day. They used to go out in the
yard to snare reluctant chickens
that turned into plump, tempting
fried chickens andteriyaki, and
only heaven knows how many other
kinds of mouth-watering dishes.
Sweet-smelling, delicious food
spread out just everywhere along
the quiet river bank.
But, there were those among us
who barely wolfed down these de-
licacies as a formality. For, we
had other more important mat-
ters to attend to. And there they
were, gallons of ice cream in ten
gallon steel cannisters, and a
mountainous cases of soda pop.
Like a wish come true, these two
key picnic items sat there in
stacks, just waiting for us to get
at them. That was living!
Then, as the sun went down,
tired, bloated, but contented, we
reluctantly decamped only to
await the next big picnic and the
mounds of ice cream and stacks
of soda pop and things.
CARNATIONS SENT TO
TAKAYAMA SISTER CITY
Mayor Dick Batterton of Denver
last week air-freighted a bouquet
of Colorados famed Carnations to
the mayor of Takayama, designated
as Denvers sister city in Japan.
ITO, NAGAO WINNERS
A vast array of players were
golfing last week in the munici-
pal links qualifying matches, a-
mong whom were these players
and their scores:
Sixth flite upper bracket, Wal-
ter Reusch (82) vs. Don Terasaki
(83) ; 7th flite upper bracket, Mack
Davis (83) vs. James Yamamoto
(84) ; lower bracket, Lander Ito (83)
vs. Norris Bush (84).
Tenth flite upper bracket, Roy
Nagao (86) vs. D. R. Whitehouse
(87); 13th flite lower bracket, Les-
ter Sperberg (88) vs. Preston Mor-
ishige (89).
MATRON FROM BLANCA
IN ALAMOSA HOSPITAL
Alamosa Mrs. Agnes Mizokami
from Blanca was recently in die
Alamosa Community Hospital.
MRS. ICHIYO UYENO SELLS
HER APARTMENT-HOTEL
Mrs. Ichiyo Uyeno has sold her
apartment-hotel, die Grant hotel,
at 1922 Grant st. She is residing
at her home at 1564 Harrison st.
LARRY MATSUURA FAMILY
WELCOMES THIRD CHILD
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Matsuura
of 2620 Fairfax st. recently wel-
comed their third child, a girL
Their two older children are boys.
FRED KIYOTAKES WELCOME
BABY BOY, KEVIN
Mr. and Mrs. Kiyotake of 5025
Adams st. on July 15, became the
parents of a baby boy. The in-
fant, Kevin, is their third child.
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Closing Prices July 20, 1962
An , T. Asked
Allservice Life l 1/1+ i 9/16
American Fidelity 9 1/4 10 3/1+
Denver Real Estate 8 1/8 9 1/1+
Discount Stores 1 i/i+ 1 7/8
Gem International 10 1/2 12 1/2
Larr Optics l 1 1/2
Keltner Electronics 7/16 5/8
Metal Marking Ind, 1 1/2 2
Mile-Hi Kennel 1+ 1/8 5 1/8
National Western 9 10 1/1+
Pacific International 3A l
Peerless Mortgage 1 3/8 2
P.M.A. 1/2 3/1+
Siltronics 2 5/8 3 3/8
Sony ADR 17 3/8 19 7/8
Tokyo Shibaura ADR 10 5/8 12 1/8
Union Reserve 1 7/8 2 1/1+
United American Life 25 28
United Nations Life 2 2 3/1+
Westgate California 17 3/1+ 19 3/1+
Westbay Financial 7 8 5/8
Western Oil Fields .35 .65
The above prices furnished by Schmidt,
Sharp, McCabe & Co., Inc., are intended
as a guide for the approximate range
within which the securities could have
been sold (bid) or bought (asked) at
the time of compilation.
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