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ELECT PAT OKURA OF
OMAHA AS PRESIDENT
Pat OJcura of Omaha, chief pro-
bation officer of that city's juven-
ile court, was ejected National
JACL president, succeeding Frank
Chuman, attorney, of Los Angeles.
Other new officers elected at
convention in Seattle were: Jerry
Enomoto of San Francisco, Take-
shi Kubota of Seattle and William
Marutani of Philadelphia, Isr, 2nd
and 3rd vice presidents, respec-
- tively; Kumeo Yoshinari of Chic-
ago, re-elected treasurer; David
Miura of Long Beach, Calif.,
secretary to the board.
Conventions in 1964 and 1966
will be hosted by Detroit and San
Diego chapters, respectively.
SCOUTS CONDUCT ANNUAL
WATER CARNIVAL EVENT
Arvada Explorer Scout Ken
Sasano placed second for Post
No. 82 at the annual water carni-
val at Sloans Lake in the physi-
cal fitness program. A trophy
was awarded to his post for third
place won in the competitions which
included tennis, physical fitness,
golf putt and archery.
Ken is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
K. T. Sasano.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
SOUTHERN COLORADANS
RECEIVE CITIZENSHIP
Pueblo Southern Coloradans -
58 of them who recently re-
ceived their American citizenships
through naturalization procedure
included the following:
Mrs. Toshiko Hallach of 58 Loch
Lomond st.; Mrs. Haru Futamata
of 2706 E. Ormon st,; Isao Ogura
of Alamosa and Jimmie Kiyoshi
Maeda of Trinidad.
Sunday School's
Officers Elected
Mrs. Dorothy Fujino was elect-
ed president of Buddhist Church
Sunday School at recent election.
Mrs. Sally Okubo served as elec-
tion chairman.
Cabinet members include the
following: 1st v.p. and religious
chairman, Mrs. Kimi Kato; 2nd
v.p. and Sunday School supt., Hen-
ry Nakata; 3rd v.p. and athletic
chairman. Bill Chikuma;rec.sec.,
Mrs. Alyce Hara; corresp. secre-
taries, Mmes. Hiroko Asano, Ka-
zuko Fushimi, Helen Nitta and
Sally Okubo.
Other officers are; treas., Harry
Nitta; auditor, Kay Nitta. Election
committee members included:
Mrs. Alice Nishimoto and Tony
Fukeda.
Janet Okamura, 18, of Denver, winner ofNational JACL essay contest.
Champion Orator-Scholar Majoring In
English At College In Colorado Springs
You could say, "she had it
made." Originally, Janet Oka-
mura, reported winner of National
JACL essay contest, had planned to
DEADLINE ON FRIDAY
PREPARING ARKANSAS VALLEY CELEBRATION
Harada Chairman; Story Of River
Valley Goes Back Many Centuries
Rocky Ford Japanese farming
enterprises in Arkansas Valley
goes back for decades, but the story
of this valley goes back for cen-
Julia Morita Gets
Grand Championship
Greeley Julia Morita was
awarded over-all grand champion-
ship ar recent Weld county 4-ti
Style Revue held at Heath Junior
High School. She is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stoke Morita
of Ault.
Other participants in the style
event included June Akahoshi. Par-
ticipants in other junior fair pro-
grams included the following:
Bob Tateyama, Wyatt, class No.
10 in the senior heifer calf and
class No. 12 in the senior yearl-
ing heifer divisions; blue ribbon
winners in the home economics
div.; fooddiv., Wyatt Willing Work-
ers group which included Joyce
Akahoshi; in the clothing div,, the
Box Elder group which included
Karen Sameshima; the garden div.,
which included Hideo Nishi of
Platte Valley FFA for bis crop of
furies. This, and the current val-
ley project to commemorate the
city's 75th anniversary was ex-
plained recently to cj^gters mem-
bers by Ugi Harada,^a^project
chairman for the celebration.
Bent, Crowley and Otero coun-
ties, where many of the Japanese
reside, comprise a major pro-
tion of the valley. Rocky Ford
itself is in Otero county, major
center of famed Rocky Ford Mel-
ons. Spaniards first explored what
is now Crowley county in the
1540* s, and fiery Kiowa, Arapahoe
and Comanche Indians fought set-
tlers in the second half of the 19th
century. Amache, east of this town,
site of a WRA camp, was named
after a beautiful Cheyenne Indian
princess. Overshadowing these
facts is that once, south of the
Arkansas river was Spanish ter-
ritory, and north of it was French
territory, included in the historic
Louisiana purchase early in the
enter the oratorical contest, but
switched because she could not
conveniently arrange to come up
from Colo. College campus in Colo.
Springs to compete in the contests
in Denver.
Her first choice was reasonable,
having won YBL oratorical con-
tests for several years in a row.
But, so was her practical choice,
majoring as she does in English-
although she may switch to a
science major, zoology, for in-
stance. Winner of one of the 1961
Mile Hi JACL scholarship awards,
she received source material for
her winning essay from Min Yasui
at the League's office.
As of last Sunday, she was not
notified about winning the contest.
Most Denver convention delegates
hadn't yet returned.
National JACLs
Budget $126,000
19th century.
Seattle National JACL biennial
budget of $126,000 was approved
by convention delegates who also
approved the national membership
fee of $4.00. Dues paid to head-
quarters, per member, was $3.00
. per year.
The national council had adopt-
ed a bisic budget of $100,000.,
then voted for the extra $26,000 to
finance special projects. They in-
clude, for example, $2,500 to fi-
nance a legislative committee
study to seek tax exemption for
evacuation claims payments.
choice vegetables; a division in
which other participants included
Shirley and Steve Ishiguro of
Evans.
The Winning Essay On "JACL To Bridge And To Build"
By Jem at Okamura
Iha story of a downtrodden people, plagued by injustices and also by
the driving will to find a better life, is one common to the ears of the
7nited States. Many a man, throughout the passage of time, has sought
ih* land where he may live as a human being, as a free man, free to make
is own decisions, free to speak his mind, free to choose his church and
od.
Despite infinite numbers of setbaoks and uncertainties, the search
>r freedom and the right of a man to become what he could, moved many
om many lands to .America-the tired, the poor, the searching, the
eking. And from Prance came a gift of the heart, a gift of the
iritthe statue of a lady with her toroh held high to all mankind
9 light of liberty; and her nameMother of Exile.
Her beacon hand glowed world wide welcome, her mild eyes commanded
; only the harbor that twin cities framed, but also the scope and
etoh of the vast Amerioan shores. With silent lips she cried, "Give
your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free
wretohed refuse of your teeming shoresend these the homeless,
test-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door." And
they did-from Germany, from Sweden, from France and China and Japan,
the peoples of ell countries made their ways to the land of freedom
equality, to the country where skin end color and creed are all one,
te statue of the lady with her beacon light held high to guide all.
(To be continued.)
JAPAN GIRL SCOUTS
vismm in u.s.
Casper, Wyo. A group of 10
visiting Japanese Girl Scouts re-
cently stayed in private homes
here. During their two-month visit,
the group will split up to attend
Girl Scout camps in various parts
of the country.
Welcome 2 Pastors
At Church Service
Members of Simpson Methodist
Church officially welcomed the two
pastors reassigned to the church
by the Pacific Japanese provision-
al conference of the denomination
held recently in Seattle.
The issei pastor, the Rev. Jona-
than Fujita and the nisei pastor,
the Rev. Paul Hagiya, and their
families were welcomed at service
held prior to the recent church
picnic. Sam Matsumotopresided at
the welcoming service. Speakers
included Yuzo Honda, represent-
ing the issei members and Meach
Nogami representing the nisei.
Funakoshi Troth,
Wedding Plan Told
Ft. Lupton The betrothal of
Sam Funakoshi to Miss Francis
Tsukamoto of Hawaii was recent-
ly disclosed. The wedding, it is
planned, will be solemnized at
Simpson Methodist Church in Den-
ver on August 18.
The groom-to-be's parents, the
late Mr. and Mrs. Hirokichi Funa-
koshi, who were killed in an auto
accident last July 24, had planned
to announce the engagement on
Saturday following the fatal acci-
dent. Sam Funakoshi has been
operating the family farm.
Name Denver Coed
Winner Of National
JACL Essay Contest
Seattle Janet Okamura, sopho-
more at Colo. College, Colo. Sp-
rings, was reported winner of the
essay contest by its chairman,
Mrs. George Yanagimachi. The
National JACL convention essay
and oratorical contest title was
*4To Bridge and To Build.
Mountain Plains district ora-
torical contestant was Delight Fu-
jimoto. Winner was Todd Endo of1
Kensington, Md., senior at Ober-
lin College. The 18-year-old essay
contest winner is the only daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Shiogo Oka-
mura, 4972 Fillmore st., Denver.
ANNOUNCE NEW
INVESTMENT GROUP
A new investment firm has been
organized, to be known as Gorby,
Sherr and Yamamoto Co., incor-
porated. Third party of the firm
is Tad Yamamoto of 2715 St. Paul,
serving as secretary-treasurer of
the company.
The investment organization,
headquartered at 1726 Champa st.,
will handle common stocks, both
those which are listed, as well as
others which are unlisted. Popular
Japanese stocks, such as Toshiba
and Sony, also will be sold, Ya-
mamoto explained. The office is
equipped with 10 telephones for
customers' uses and a teletype
machine.
Terry Takamine is one of the
directors of the investment com-
pany.
Propose Formation
Of New Company
Application, for organization of
a company which would engage in
casualty insurance business, is
pending before the Colo. State
Savings and Loan Commission, it
was disclosed by Sam Kiimagai.
The Gibraltar Investment Co.,
upon approval of its application,
would engage, for example, in in-
surance of auto and home loans.
The proposed company's board
of directors includes Kumagai,
C.P.A., associated with the firm of
Connors, Hogan, Miles and Kuma-
gai of 1649 Vine st.; Frank Tori-
zawa, owner of Granada Fish Mar-
ket; James Imatani and Dr. Char-
les Fujisaki of Brighton, KodyKo-
dama of the Fresh Vegetable Pack-
age Co. and Dr. Setsuo Ito. Its
present headquarters is the law
office of Mosko and Slatkin, Uni-
versity bldg.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
DEADLINE ON FRIDAY
A GOOD CAREER IN
We have an outstanding opportunity
SALES
for a Japanese man, age 28-
and accustomed to meeting
40, married, with college background,
the public. This is a permanent position with salary, bonus, and
fringe benefits.
For appointment call Mr, Pickett, at KE 4-0841.

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NO.19 Wednesday August 8, 1962
MIXED SUMMER BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS
TE&MS
Ho*
6 Ed Mayeda
2 Casey Hayashida
12 Jim Takaki 16
m
H*G* H*S*
867 2455
891 2590
11 886 2429
Other teams placed in the following order*
5 Gene Tagawa 1 Bob Hoguohi
11 Yuki Furuiye 14 Tom Muroya
8 Jake Yago 10 Tok Mukaikubo
3 Disk Sato 13 Harry Furukawa
4 Tom Hasegawa 7 Min Yamamoto
9 Mi chi Iwata
WCMBH Games Pins HG HS JLvg*
Mits Hakagawa 24 4137 234 559 172.90
27 4615 227 574 170*26
24 3991 222 580 166*90
Mats Ito
Miohi Iwata
MEH
Willie Hasegawa
Tom Hasegawa
Jim Takaki
21 3861 23r 628 183*18
27 4926 213 594 182.12
18 3262 245 570 181,40
Other players placed in the following order*
Jake Yago
Bob Noguehi
Ed Mayeda
Harry Furukawa
Yuki Furuiye
Gene Tagawa
Mike Toda
Dan Ohashi
Gene Yokomizo
Willie Hirokawa
Cal Tin Hakaoki
Bobby Hoshijima
Tok Mukaikubo
Tom Muroya
Casey Hayashida
Ron Fukuhara
Tosh Uiaez&wa
Dick Sato
Tony Kajiwara
Harry Haahisiofco
Min Yamamoto
John Noguchi
Tosh Furuiye
Kiyoshi Nakata
Fred Dceya
Mikyo Matsuura
Tak Kitashima
Bob Mataumoto
John Qkizaki
Sid Higashi
Harold Fukuhara
Ned Iwaklri
Ben Goto
Ed Doizaki
Bruoe Hirasawa
Luke s Hospital.
SITUATION WANTED
We provide baby-sitting at our
home. Please telephone MA 3-
4011.
RESIDENCE PURCHASED
The Kenji and Daisy Matsudas
have recently purchased a resi-
dence, it was reported, at 1443
Adams st.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
Ready-to-Serve Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pounds
Convenient National Rice Cooker
1946' Larimer Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone KE 4-6031

Huij's Flnm Skip
llm. GE. 3-1770
Bmb. CM. 4-3546
BETTY ad
HARRY YANAM,
510 Fifewill StvMt
4861 Dopew
Denver 12, Colo.
ANNUAL NDCKEIJIN KAI MILE HI JACL PICNIC
Mmes. Yvonne Kumagai and Gladys Taniwaki were among the hundreds
who enjoyed the annual picnic at Berkeley Park last Sunday.
Yosh Furuiye
BIRTHS ARE ANNOUNCED
Recent births include the fol- BUSSEIETTES WINNER,
lowing: SIMPSON TEAM LOSES
To Mr. and Mrs. Norm Yabe, Manager George Omotos Bus-
a baby girl, Susan Miyoko, their seiettes last week defeated Se-
third child. curity Life baseballers 15-9 at
To Mr. and Mrs. Isao Matoba, Hirshorn park. There, on another
f J3*?^ J30^'. ^^ert Dean, at St. night, Simpson Church team lost
i ~ u i t0 the same team, 13-7.
ASSIGN VACATION
SCHOOL TEACHERS
A host of teachers for children,
ages four through about 11, have
been obtained and assigned to clas-
ses for Simpson Methodist
Church's vacation school Aug. 13-
17, it was announced by the Rev.
Paul Hagiya, school director.
Staff members include: assistant
director, Mrs. Yuki Nogami; re-
gistrar, Mrs. AikoOkubo; refresh-
ment, Mmes. Ruth Shinto and Sachi
Boyer. Teachers are: MichiKura-
moto, Yuki Nogami, MichieOwada,
Helen Goto, Karen Takeno, and
Mary Takamine.
Three Accompany
Group To Chugwater
A registered nurse, a dietician
and a school teacher, have agreed
to attend, as advisors the annual
intermediate summer camp for
Methodist children at Chugwater,
Wyo., about 50 miles north of
Cheyenne, it was announced.
Misses May Kumagai is the
R.N., Yoshi Mizouye is the dieti-
cian and Dorothy Gorai is the
school teacher. They will accom-
pany the Simpson churchs inter-
mediate group of children. To
date, nine persons from this group
had signed up for this camp from
Aug. 5-10.
TANIWAKIS GREET BOY
Born to the Michio Taniwakis of
8l3-32nd st., a boy.
RESUME MOVIE SHOWS
Japanese movie programs will
be shown again at Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church on semi-monthly
basis. The shows were suspended
after the fire.
A translation of the movie to be
shown Aug. 12, 7 p.m. in the church
auditorium may be The Girl Who
Disappeared on a Moonlit Night,
featuring Michiko Saga and Taka-
hiko Tamura. Companion film's
title SekiShundo, approximately
means, the bird which regrets,
begrudges, passage of spring sea-
son. It features Ineko Arima and
Keiji Sada.
HEAD OF ART GROUP
Art museums and other institu-
tions in major American cities
were visited by Shuson Kono of
Japan, board chairman of the
Nanga-in art group.
The artist-art association exe-
cutive visited here last week, and
was expected to return here af-
ter a short visit to Yellowstone
Park. Konos scouting trip to U.S.
is intended to discover, if pos-
sible, an American art center
which would undertake to exhibit
paintings by members of his as-
sociation. From Denver he goes
to Salt Lake City.
BUY HOME IN ADAMS CO.
Yukiko N. Suzuki was reported
purchaser of home recently from
Morris Brothers Construction Co.
The residence is located at 14136
East 25th ave.
PLEASE SEND ME
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
BOX 1073
DENVER 1, COLORADO
My name Is
Address
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
IN THE DB4VER HILTON HOTH
Court Place near 15th Street
AComo 2-3481
Pt( t
3 Mile Hi Golfers
Holding Top Spot
George Hagai
Danny Lossaao
Dr* Sueo Ito
Dr* Sots Ito
Tamo Odovr
total Hat
139
139
139
142
143
Use Boat On Lake
To Bring In Fish
For issei and nisei fishermen,
its still Lake John. The latest
angler reporting in to Roy Nagai
of Kamloop Fishing Club was Harry
Furukawa of 2695 Columbine st.
who caught five, in that northern
Colorado lake, all three pound
plus in weight.
To catch these rainbows, Furu-
kawa boated out toward middle of
the lake, away from the shore-
line's underwater plants which
prevent fishermen from landing
their catch. Thus far, Yo Fus-
himi's 4 1/4 lb. fish is biggest.
Last year's winner was George
Takahashi whose prize catch
weighed 5 lb. 5 oz.
JAMES YAMAMOTO WINNER
IN LINKS TOURNAMENT
James Yamamoto defeated R.
Mack Davis 3 and 1 in the 7th
flite recently in the municipal golf
tournament. In 10th flite, Roy Na-
gao was defeated by Don White-
house, 3 and 2.
HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM
Commerce City Police Chief
Reed Miller said his department
was questioning a woman, whose
name was not given, in connec-
tion with a hit and run auto-pedes-
trian accident last week.
The person hit, and in serious
condition atColoradoGeneralHos-
pital, was Danny Huston, 15, of
7001 E. 62nd ave. The accident
occured in the 6300 block of E.
64th avenue.
When the accident occured,
young Huston was with a group
of children returning home from
the Adams County swimming pooi
about 10 p.m. The police said his
companions included Pamela Ta-
keda, 14, of 6860 E. 60th pi.,
Danny's sister, Linda, 14; and
Ronny Roy, 13, of 6220 Oneida st.
THE FORUM
Descendents of hardy Japanese
immigrants to the New World,
North and South America, have
certainly spread out. Maybe they
don't reside in the vicinity of Cape
Horn, southern tip of South Ameri-
ca, yet, but they are scattered
throughout that continent, as well
as in Central and North America.
Two unrelated items attest, at
least, to the migratory destina-
tions of these migrants.
We don't know how many Japan-
ese live in Bogota, Colombia, buta
22-year-old nisei, Antonio Yone-
kura, Jr., presumably of well-to-
do family, was briefly kidnapped
recently by a guerilla band, held
for ransom, then rescued. From
his parents, the bandits had de-
manded ransom money of $120,000.
Up in the bleak Canadian Arc-
tic community of Ft. Sampson
by choice, a Canadian nisei school
teacher works with Eskimo chil-
dren. They're so responsive,
she explained. I wouldnt enjoy
teaching anywhereelse.Thenisei
teacher is now Mrs. Van Tuyl,
married recently to a bush pilot.
She met the aviator in Ft. Samp-
son.

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Six months $3.50
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