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HO. 16 Wednesday, August 1, 1S62
AGENCY OF CITY
ACCEPTS SIX POINT
POLICY STATEMENT
A six-point policy statement of
cooperation by voluntary commun-
ity organizations with the citys
Commission on Community Rela-
tions was drafted and submitted to
the commission members by Ro-
bert Uyeda, former Mile Hi JACL
president. The commission has un-
animously accepted the statement
prepared by the nisei who is first
vice-president of the Coordinating
Council on Community Relations.
Uyedas policy report covers
the arrangements and relation-
ships which will prevail in the
common effort of the city govern-
ment and some 70 organizations
which seek to improve racial, eth-
nic and religious relationships.
The JACL chapter has been a co-
operating with the Coordinating
Council.
MR. AND MRS. YASUZO
MATSUMURA VISITS JAPAN
Mr. andMrs. YasuzoMatsumura
of 2800 Curtis st. recently de-
parted for a visit with friends
and relatives in Japan.
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Kaz Sakamoto Will
Tour Japan, Hawaii
Kaz Sakamoto of 2131 Oneida
st. flew to Japan Sunday for a
five-week trip. An employee at
the Granada Fish Market branch
at 1405 Krameria st., he will visit
his ailing mother, Mrs. Haru Saka-
moto, 8i, of Shikoku, Japan, who
resided in Denver until 1958.
Enroute, in Los Angeles, hewill
visit Frank Torizawas older
brother, Shig. On his way back from
Japan, he will visit Hawaii with
Roy and Ruth Terada of Lakewood,
who will be visiting there. He leav-
es Los Angeles aboard a Pan
American Airways plane and re-
turn to the West Coast on a Ja-
pan Airline plane.
It's Same Story,
They're Losing
Young Farmers
The youth of Japan, no less than
the youth of America, are leaving
the farms in increasing numbers
for jobs in cities, a problem which
is creating shortage of young farm
workers. This problem was de-
scribed by Einosuke Ishii, presi-
dent of Japans Marketing Federa-
tion of Agricultural Cooperative
which handles 98% of her rice
crops.
Here to inspect Colorado agri-
culture, the visitor was to be join-
ed last week by Dr. Hideo Tokoro
of the Ministry of Agriculture and
Forestry. The pair will tour the
U.S. for two weeks.
In Japan, Ishii said, 60,000,
mostly young, farmers are leaving
their farms yearly for the cities.
Farms there each average only
about five acres, making farm pro-
ductions costly, even with the in-
troduction of improved mechani-
(Continued to page 2)
GIFT FROM PEOPLE OF DENVER TO TAKAYAMA CITY
300 choice Colorado carnations a gift from the people of Denver
and Colorado Flower Growers Association to Denvers sister city,
Takayama, Japan. The flowers were delivered by Vince Quinn of the
association to Mayor Dick Batterton and Mrs. Ben Stapleton, Jr., of
the sister city committee.
Denver Scouts In Japan, Hale, Hearty,
Heading For Takayama City, Jamboree
EXECUTIVE CHAMBERS
Denver
STeVE MCNICHOLS
GOVERNOR
Mr. Toshiro Tsubokawa
Editor and Publisher
Rocky Mountain. Jiho
Dear Mr. Tsubokawa:
I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate you on the inaugura-
tion of your newspaper the ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO. Since it is to
be published in both English and Japanese, it will fUl a long-standing
need, and 1 wish you every success in this venture.
Kind regards and best wishes.
Sincerely,
On Saturday, July 21, the Den-
ver contingent of 15 Scouts, togeth-
er with some 135 others, arrived
at. Yokohama aboard the ship,
Breckenridge, hale, hearty, with
apparently not even a seasickness
case serious enough to cause meal
skipping aboard. So wrote Mrs.
Elizabeth Rose to Mrs. Frank
Nakagawa of Derby, husband of one
of the two troop adult leaders.
Chairman of the Denver-Taka-
yama sister-city project, Mrs.
Rose herself was due to return to
Denver Aug. 4. One dispatch to
Los Angeles reported a group of
its Scouts met the Crown Prince
Akihito and Princess Michiko. It
was not known whether the Denver
Boy Scouts were among them.
Last Sunday, they were sche-
duled to leave Yokohama for Taka-
yama, through arrangements made
by Mrs. Rose, and on Thursday,
the Denver Scouts were slated
to be present at the opening of the
Jamboree at Gotemba camp, which
ends on Aug. 7.
INITIAL PHASE OF REPAIR LAUNCHED AT
CHURCH, SERVICES HELD IN AUDITORIUM
An open-end construction con-
tract signed by Tri-State Buddhist
Church with Le Baron Construc-
tion Co. has launched repairs on
the church following the recent
fire, said Ed Nakagawa, business
manager. Initial phase of the work
has been signed with the construc-
tion firm for $10,000.
Services will be held in the
auditorium within a week or so,
following completion of repairs
there. Repair work on the altar
foundation in the sanctuary, it was
anticipated, may require one to
two months, a repair work which
is apart from replacement and re-
construction of the altar itself.
There in the sanctuary, among
other major equipment to be re-
placed will be the organ, movie
screen and the public address
system, which were destroyed.
WELCOME TO TOKYO GRILL
Try Our Choice Japanese, Chinese,
American Dishes And Sa-ke
OPEN 11 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
CLOSED THURSDAYS
Phone 825-9530
1236 20th Street
They Wrote Music
Alamosa One of eighteen-year-
old Larry Hayashidas accom-
plishments is to play the vibra-
harp, and this has led to acquain-
tance with Bob Linkletter, through
their mutual interest in popular
music. Bob is the son of the tele-
vision personality, Art Linkletter.
A pre-medical student atAdams
State College, Larry and Bob team-
ed up to record music for Liber-
ty Records. Two of the composi-
tions which they composed are en-
titled "Dark Town Strutters
Rock," and "Pick Up Boogie."
The pre-medical student is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haya-
shida
Omaha Group Gives
To History Fund
National JACL headquarters in
San Francisco- has reported that
Omaha, Nebr., JACL chapter, thus
far, has contributed $1,000 to the
issei history fund, that the most
recent remittance from that chap
ter included $100 from Jr. and
Mrs. Robert Nakadoi.
There were about eightdonations
for $50 per doner.
During a recent one-week per-
iod, over $17,500 was received for
the project, for which, contribu
tions now total nearly $148,600/
(Signed) Steve McNichols
Cellist, Pianist
Aspen The venerable Wheeler
Opera House was the setting, re-
cently, for the concert given by
two musicians, Misses, Tsuyoshi
Tsutsumi and Etsuko Tazaki.
Miss Tsutsumi is a cellist. Miss
Tazaki is a pianist. They played
in the student concert series ar-
ranged by Forrest Miller, coordi-
nator of the Young Artists of As-
pen organization.
Another young pianist, studying
here with Mme. Rosin a Lhevine, is
Miss Kikuko Nakamura, student at
Julliard Music School in New York.
A PATrENT AT HOSPITAL
Pueblo GeorgeHisamoto of 312
West 8th street was a patient at
Mary Corwin Hospital.
POLITICS RECEIVE
WIDE PARTICIPATION
Local politics have been sim-
mering and stirring for several
weeks. Both Republicans and
Democrats have been attracting
nisei members of respective party
organizations.
Up at Ault, Hiroshi Tateyama
was a delegate last week to the
Republican state assembly which
was held in Boulder.
Down at Rocky Ford, Susie Hira-
kata attended the Democratic Con-
gressional Assembly held recently
at Canon City. Then, she was a
delegate to the state assembly of
the party held in Denver.
FLORAL GIFT SENT
TO TAKAYAMA Cm
Denvers floral gifttoTakayama
city, the 300 choice Carnations,
dispatched by Mayor Dick Batter-
ton recently, were flown in 16
hours to Tokyo, where it was re-
ceived by Mrs. Elizabeth Rose,
chairman of Denver-Takayama
Sister City Committee. With the
aid of 15 Denver Scouts, she took
the flowers to Takayama where the
flowers were presented to Mayor
Shinichiro Iwamoto of that city at
a reception.
Mrs. Rose and the Scouts were
guests at banquet tendered them
by the Takayama Chamber of Com-
merce.
United Airlines, then, Pan
American Airways flew the flowers
from Denver to Japan.
FORT UJPTON COUPLE
KILLED IN CRASH
Ft. Lupton Perhaps their last
musings were about fishing quiet-
ly together up in the Estes Park
area. Enroute, last week, Mr. and
Mrs. Hirokichi Funakoshi died as
a result of an auto accident within
scant hours of rich other, first,
, Mrs. Funakoshi, 65, at the scene
of the crash, then her husband,
66, at Brighton Memorial Hospi-
tal.
Funeral service was held at
Methodist church Friday and inter-
ment followed at the Hillside ceme-
tery.
Pioneer residents here, the cou-
ple are survived by son, Sam, who
looks after the family farm, Fred
of Los Angeles, Kenneth and Mmes.
George Masunaga, John Kiyota,
Amy Urano, and Robert Noda.
Driver of the other car in the
accident, Mrs. Nancy Press of
Longmont is in Brighton hospi-
tal with fractured jaw, crushed
pelvis and bums.
COMMUNITY PICNIC
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
The annual big community pic-
nic at Berkeley Lake Park will
be held this Sunday. The usual re-
quirements of such events, soda
pop and ice cream will be avail-
able. Games for children, too, and
as an added attraction, Kelo Hen-
derson, TV personality who ap-
pears in series called "26 Men,
will demonstrate fast pistol shots.
The event is co-sponsored by the
Nikkeijin Kai and Mile Hi JACL.
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NEWLYWEDS, MR. AND MRS. FRANKLIN TAMARIBUCHI
The former Miss Gail Hanamura recently became the bride of
Franklin Tamaribuchi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tamaribuchi of
Hawaii. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hanamura.
THEY'RE AIMING FOR VICTORY AT OLYMPICS
Brighton Ever since the de-
cisive defeat of its swimming team
in Melbourne, Austrailia in 1956
Olympic Games, the Japanese have
been selecting and training poten-
tial aquatic champions and point-
ing them toward the 1964 Olym-
pics in Tokyo.
Making this prediction here last
week were Yukiyoshi Aoki and
Yukio Sato of Tokyo, who were here
to visit with Yasukazu Kanematsu,
visiting swimming coach and phy-
sical education instructor at
Adams City High School. Kane-
matsu as physical education in-
structor. Aoki is an employee and
swimming team coach of a Tokyo
tire company.
Aoki and Sato were enroute to
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio where a 15-
man Japanese swimming teamwill
compete in the National AAU swim-
ming championships Aug. 9-12,
preparatory to a U.S.-Japan-Ger-
many swimming meet in Chicago
August 17-19.
BUSSEIETTES VICTORIOUS
The Busseiettes defeated Secur-
ity Life team in the Municipal
Softball League by score of 15 to
9.
LOTUS ROOM BOWLING
TEAM WINS TOURNAMENT
Lotus Room bowling team won
the second annual Imperial Lanes
team tournament with a score of
2895. The team's Ken Matsuda lead
with a 680 series including a high
game of 254.
Other team members included
Willy Hasegawa who scored 556.
Over 30 teams from throughout
the state competed.
Old Lake John Good
To Frank Nakaoki
Reliable old Lake John, up in
the mountain backwoods of Wyo-
ming border was good to Frank
Nakaoki when he caught five rain-
bows of respectable sizes, said
Roy Nagai, president of the Kam-
loop Fishing Club.
Nakaoki's catch included three
weighing over three pounds each,
one weighing in at four and the
biggest weighing in at four lbs.
1/2 oz.
Thus far, at the club, the heav-
iest one, also caught at the lake,
was brought in by Yo Fushimi.
It weighed 4 1/4 lbs.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
Rcady-to-Scrvc Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pounds
Convenient National Rice Cooker
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Florists Business
Still Expanding
Shortly after World War II, John
Byerly opened a modest flower
shop in Denver, which employed a
half dozen persons, enterprise
which has grown to a string of
shops and a wholesale floral store,
with a' personnel of over 50. His
enterprise is the Lehrer's Flow-
ers, inc.
His store at 4751 York st. is
managed by Miki Tsuchimoto.
Byerly's newest store, just
opened, is at West 38th ave. and
Irving st., across the street from
the old flower shop.
Miss Zella Fujita, formerly de-
signer at the Lehrer's shop, is
now employed atWestland Flowers
and Gifts at Westland Shopping
Center.
GDOUf TAKING LEAD
.First round leader in the 72-
hold Booth FisheryCo. medal tour-
nament recently was Turno Odow
with a 67. The first quarter play
was staged at Meadow Hills Club
course.
Temo Odow 67
Dr* Suoo Ito 69
Dr* Sets Ito 69
George Hagaii 78
Frank Torisew* 70
Beans Yamamoto
NCNBL BASEBALL GAMES
WINDING UP ITS SEASON
Final series of games are com-
ing up this week-end for fams of
the 1962 NCNBL baseball league.
Here are games slated:
Brighton No. 1 vs. Merchants
No. 1 at 3:15 and Greeley vs.
Merchants No. 2 at 12:30 at Wel-
ton Park; Cheyenne vs. Ft. Lupton
at Ft. Lupton, 3:15; Simpson
Church vs. Welby at Clayton Park,
3:15; and Bussei vs. Brighton No.
2 at Brighton, 2:00.
Bussei Reds vs. Blues at Clay-
ton Park, 12:00; Ft. Lupton vs.
Merchants at Ft. Lupton (no time
given); and Greeley vs. Brighton
at Greeley (no time given).
YOUNG FARMERS
(Continued from page 1)
cal implements designed for small
farms.
Provision of adequate food
supply to the 90 millions is a
constant problem, so Ishii was
looking into methods here for adap-
tion to increase Japan's meat pro-
ducts. In a goodwill gesture, the
National Farmers Union here is
shipping breeding hogs to that
country for experimental pur-
poses.
SUSAN ANDO WTNNER-JN-----
J^NIORN^T^TOURN AMENT _
Susan Anao, daughter of the
Toshio Andos, last week won the
14-year-old girls singles finals
in the 1962 Denver City Junior
Tennis Championships at Cherry
Hills Country Club.
Susan defeated Maricaye Chris-
tenson 5-7, 10-8, 6-2.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
DEADLINE ON FRIDAY
AMY UYEDA-AKIRA SHIOZAKI WEDDING HELD
The former Miss Amy Uyeda became the bride of Akira Shiozaki
from San Jose, Calif., at marriage ceremony performed at Simpson
Methodist Church Saturday. Photo By Tom Masamori
The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Paul Hagiya. Atten-
dants were, maid of honor, Elea-
nor Nakagawa, Sacramento, Calif.;
bridesmaid, Finis Fukui; flower
girl, Donna, daughter of the Ted
Maruyamas of Las Animas; ring
bearer, Jimmie Shinto; best man,
Harry Uyeda; groomsman, Lester
Uyeda; ushers, Sam Hatasaka,
Kazuo and Cecil Kitashima.
Baishakunins were Messrs, and
Mmes. Tad Shimizu and Jim Shin-
to. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uyeda. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs*
George Shiozaki of San Jose.
SAM MATSUMCTO AND
FAMILY VACATIONING
Sam Matsumoto and his family
departed Monday for a week's va-
cation up in Bear Trap Canyon,
Montana. He and most of the mem-
bers of his family expect to fish
along the Madison river.
ENGINEERS VISITORS
AT STAPLETON FIELD
Peter Morimura of the Nishi-
hara Engineering Co. of Tokyo
was an interested visitor last week
at Stapleton Field. The visitor was
accompanied, by Jiro Suzuki, con-
sulting engineer and EiichiTa-
mata, chief engineer, Takasago Air
Conditioning Co. of Osaka. They
are visiting 17 cities in the United
States.
SAM SATO WINS SET OF
SHAKESPEARE FISH RODS
Sam Sato of 3340 Milwaukee
street didn't sit down to write his
own experience on the Favorite
Fishing Spot contest sponsored by
Gart Bros, and Denver Post, but
he did win a "giveaway" prize
recently.
And that prize was a set of
Shakespeare spinning, fly and spin-
casting rods. Employed at Fiber-
board Paper Products Corp.,when
time allows, he normally fishes die
streams in Granby area.
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Farmer Hailed Out
Fort Morgan Two recent hail
storms wiped out George Kato's
crop of sugar beets, corn and
beans on his 200-acre farm* He
has been farming here since 1954.
Kato said he is finally forced to
give up farming.
Only last week, at the invita-
tion of Pres. James Patton of
National Farmers Union, he at-
tended reception given for Eino-
suke Ishii of Japan's National Farm
Marketing Federation at the or-
ganizations headquarters in Den-
ver.
AREA WRESTLERS WIN
FINAL MATCHES IN TOKYO
Polite young wrestlers from this
area suggested they'd been lucky
to win 75% of the dozen matches
in Japan, where last week they won
the last exhibition matches in
Tokyo before returning to Colo-
rado. Japanese critics said, no,
it wasnt luck, the visitors were
plainly superior wrestlers.
Colorado High School wrestlers
took nine victories, two losses and
a draw.
THE FORUM
As cities continue to grow, its
problems increase. One of them
relate to inter-racial problems-in
schools, as witnessed by the recent
Denver Public School's formal ac-
knowledgement of it by creation of
committee on school and com-
munity relations; in the city gov-
ernment, as witnessed by the dis-
sensions in the Commission on
Human Relations which caused its
director to be replaced.
Now, Bob Uyeda has come up
with a set of guidelines to help
promote and to regulate relations
between the commission and com-
munity organizations interested in
improving race relations.
A governmental agency is often
caught in a bind. If it acts vigor-
ously to resolve a problem, die
agency is sometimes accused of
over-stepping its prerogatives; if
it acts cautiously, it is berated
for failure to act. It is relevant
to note here that Colorado's Anti-
Discrimination Commission was
accused recently of being domi-
nated by "Uncle Toms" of minor-
ity groups who favor retention of
status quo in race relations. An-
other group is said to have told
Governor McNichols to order the
commission to take more effec-
tive action on racial problems.
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SYMPATHY DONATIONS FOR THE TRI-STATE BUDDHIST CHURCH
JULY 16July 30, 1962
Lupton Kyudokai.........$100
Brighton Kyudokai........100
Narao 0!yoryo( Denver )..150
Rev.S. Naito(San Fran..) 10
Kenlchi Suzuki(Denver)....15
Inokichi Fukuda(Denver)...10
Tadashi Nakata(Brighton)..10
Yoahio Miyamoto(Littleton)10
Kakugoro Sawamura(Denver) 5
Koki Kawakami (Denver).... 5
Denver Kyudokai.......... 100
Yoshio Nishisaka(L.A.)....25
Buddhist Church of America
Headquarters (S.F.)...250
Takeshi Nakata(Brighton).200
Rev. Y. Tamai............100
Rev. N. T sunoda.........100
Rev. Hozen Seki(N.Y.)....100
Welby gyudokai...........100
Dr. Michael Hori......... 50
Otomatsu Shiba(Stockton). 50
Fresno Betsuin........... 50
Madam Butterfly(Denver).. 10
Dr. Sadaichi Furugochi
(El Paso).....25
Marukyo Dept.Store(L.A;). 20
Bungo Horiuchi(Brighton). 25
Suezo Tanonye(Denver).... 10
Hatsuichi Sumikawa(Denver)10
Saburo Yonehiro(Denver)...10
Mrs. Nozaka(Chicago)...... 5
Rev. Yuri Kyogoku(Minneapolis)
___________________________ 5
Nichibei Kinema(L.A.).... 50
Matsu Riuo(Denver)....... 50
Mike Tashiro(Brighton)... 50
Maki Miyanoto(Brighton).. 5
Sam Tashiro(Brighton).... 20
Giichi Tomoyasu(Honolulu) 5
Seiichiro Ishida(San Mateo)10
Mokubei Sugano(L.A.)..... 5
Rev. Kyoshiro Tokunaga(3an
Jose)...... 20
Pride 'N Joy Shop(Denver) 5
Fed. of Buddhist S.S.T.
League(S.ff)25
Toki 3a to(Sacramento)....20
Tone Otsuka...............100
Watsonville Bukkyo Fujin
Kai........ 25
Watsonville Bukkyo Kai.. 25
Lupton Bukkyo Fu.1in-Kai 100
George Yamada............. 20
Mrs. Kura Shimamoto....... 20
Mrs. Tore Konishi..........20
Kunsaku Kanai............. 25
Yoshitada Tagawa...........50
Kenzo Kuwahara............ 15
San Luis Obispo........... 25
Man suke Taira.............30
Yoshi Hirayama............ 3
Senju Nishizaki............ 3
Kokusei-Kai............... 50
Salt Lake Bukkyokai....... 50
Dinubai Bukkvo-Kai....... 25
Bukkyo Koshukai.........185.32
Lodi -Bukkyo-Kai.......... 25
Shinobu Matsuura.......... 25
Hisayo Mltsuta....... 20
San Dieao BukkyoUKai.... 25
Rev. Yamamoto............. 10
Moichi Katayama........... 20
Alameda Bukkyo-Kai........ 20
San Jose Bukkyo-Kai..... 50
Florin Bukkyo-Kai......... 25
Jack Nunokawa............. 10
Rev. Joshin Motoyoshi
(Fresno)....10
Kaname Tabuchi(Colo.Sps).. 5
Shizuka Kawamoto(Colo.Sps) 5
Seattle Betsuin...........100
Berkely Buddhist Church.. 25
Sataro Kunita(Denver).... 75
Parlier Buddhist Church 25
Hideichi Yoshida(Denver). 50
Rafu Betuin(L.A.)......... 35
Senshin Buddhist Church(L.A.)
..... 25
Reedley Buddhist Church...25
Shintaro Hikida(Long Beach)
......... 10
Denver Bukkyo Fujinkai...300
Denver Daishiko........... 50
Brighton Bukkyo Fujinkai.100
Junzo kanaka(Brighton).. .20
Shirohato-lai,So-AI Kai
(Denver).... 50
Kozaemon Kato(Welby)...... 25
West Lon Angeles Buddhist
Church...........25
Visalia Buddhist Church...10
THIS WEEKS HIGHLIGHTS
Saturday, August 4
Don1t miss the big $5,000-added Denver Hilton
Hotel Handicap, one mile and 1/16
Thrilling Afternoons
to Sept. 10
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and Saturdays.
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