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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 20

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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 20
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GUARDS PARADE TO
HARK RETURN HOME
Greeley The town held a cele-
bration last week when its own
National Gttard unit, Company A"
of the 140th Signal Battalion re-
turned from Fort Riley, Kansas*
The celebration including a big
parade downtown with the mili-
tary unit heading the marchers*
Among those who returned with
the Company "A were Gilbert
Kaneko and Melvin Shimada and
Stanley Shimada*
Extending greeting to them at
the brief ceremony were Mayor
Gordon Ressler and Congressman
Peter Dominick.
Netsukes Are Stolen
A netsuke is a delicately carv-
ed Japanese figurine, made of
ivory. Five of them, part of Ja-
panese art display at Denver Ori-
ental Art Museum, were stolen
last week, its officials reported
to police.
The prowler apparently pried
open the locked showcase to ob-
tain the objects*
Long ago, the Japanese wore
netsuke to hold in place the to-
bacco box, or the inro.
Among the figurines stolen were
these carved ivory objects with a
face, a badger, a dog and a minia-
ture child doll.
North Denverites
In Precinct Work
It appears that only two nisei
are involved, to date* in precinct
political party activities in the
North Denver area John and Ruby
Sakayama of 1838 West 47th ave.-
who are Republican committeeman
and committeewoman.
Both parties have held precinct
party caucuses to name delegates
to county assemblies. These as-
semblies, in turn, selectnominees
for county offices.
The Sakayamas, technically, re-
present their party in Precinct
204 of North Denver District 1-7.
SERVICES HELD FOR
EX-DETROIT RESIDENT
Funeral services were held last
week for Chisaku Abe, 89, -who
passed away quietly while sitting
in a chair at the home of his son,
Frank Abe, 3614 Grape st. A
widower, he had been living in
Detroit until nine months ago.
He is survived by two sons, 15
grandchildren and many great-
grandchildren. An old friend of the
deceased, S. Fukuhara of Engle-
wood, extended eulogy at the ser-
vices held in the Chapel of Chimes
of Capitol Mortuary.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
DEADLINE ON FRIDAY
WHERE DENVER SCOUTS CAMPED, NEAR MT. FUJI
Somewhere within this panoramic view of Boy Scout Jamboree
campsite, near foothills of Mt. Fuji, Japan, should be the tents ac-
comodating the Denver Boy Scouts. Touring the country since close
of camp last week, they will board ship Aug. 27 to return home.
Seven Nisei On Faculty At University Of
Colorado's Medical School In Denver
Subject to changes in faculty
roster between now and opening
of fall term, Univ. of Colo.'s
medical school at Colo. General
Hospital has seven nisei faculty
members, according to its bulle-
tin.
Dx^terxv^Aikawa. associated
professor, division of laboratory
medicine and clinical pathology,
is a graduate of Univ. of Calif,
and Bowman Gary Medical School.
Among nisei instructors at the
school, he apparently holds highest
faculty rank.
Other nisei teachers include; Dr.
Tom-Kobayashi. clinical instructor
in department of medicine; Dr.
George Ichiro Ogura, assistant
of path-
professor, department
ology; Dr. WiUiamJTakahashi, and
Dr. Kayo Sunada, assistant profes-
sors, and Dr. Ida Nakashima, in-
structor, in pediatrics. Dr. Taka-
hashi is graduate of Univ. of Wash,
and Dr. Sunada is graduate of
Univ. ofWyo. and Jefferson Medi-
cal School, Philadelphia. Dr. Naka-
shima is graduate of Women's
MedicaLCollege, Phila.
Dr. Herbert Maruyama, assis-
tant in orthopedic surgery, is grad-
uate of Northwestern University.
EVERGREEN PHYSICIAN
LEAVES FOR ARIZONA
Evergreen Dr. Shohei Shirai,
who practiced medicine here for
about five years, has closed his
office to become a resident in
pathology at the St. Francis hospi-
tal, Phoenix, Ariz.
He and his family had established
a home in Hiwan hills area.
KAWANO JEWELERS
FEATURING ONLY SELECT NAMES"
1623 Glenarm pi.CH 4-0325
255 16th st. (to be opened soon)
CATTLE PRIZE AWARDED:
GIRLS WIN PRIZE
Brighton A first place winner
in the dairy cattle division of
Adams County Fair last week was
Hiroshi Tateyama of Ault. His
prize entry was a Brown Swiss
cow.
Saturday afternoon, on the last
day of the annual county event,
lone attendant in the stall and look-
ing after the prize animal was 12-
year-old Bobby, son of the Tate-
yamas.
Also at the fair, among many
other participants in the exhibits,
was 10-year-oldCarolynChikuma,
who received an award for an
apron she had made. Entry note
on the needle work said the cost
of the item was $1.06, that she
belongs to the Merry Makers 4-H
group. Carolyn is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. John Chikuma.
TOO MUCH RAIN MAKES
THEM APPREHENSIVE
La Junta Arkansas Valley far-
mers this summer have had un-
usual amount and frequency of
rain enough to damage melons
now rapidly ripening. At this stage
in the growth of this crop, they
have near-maximum sugar con-
tent, so that excessive moisture
causes them to rot.
Potato and tomato harvests are
about to begin. Onions on many,
or most, farms, county agent's
office indicated, await topping.
PHYSICIAN AND TWO
NURSES VISITING HERE
A one-time-Japanese army sur-
geon, once prisoner in the Phil-
lipines during the last war, was
a guest last week at Porter hos-
pital. Now assistant administrator
of Tokyo sanitorium and hospital,
he and two nurses from that hospi-
tal are touring the U.S. and visit-
ing hospitals. The nurses are
Misses Tomoko Takagi, instruc-
tor, and M. Morita, assistant edu-
cation director at the Tokyo hos-
pital. ,
NORTH DENVER STORE
OWNER ROBBED OF $1000
Susumu Yasuzawa, owner of
Cash Saver Super Market, 2405
W. 46th ave., reported his store
was robbed last week of $1,000
cash. Three masked bandits came
into the store and demanded money
from Yasuzawa.
Yasuzawa, who had been planning
to visit his ailing mother in Yama-
guchi, Japan, was alsonotifiedlast
week of her death.
Learning To Become
Canadian Gunsmith
A Canadian nisei from Midway,
British Columbia, is in town, want-
ing to become a professional gun-
smith.
The nisei, Nobi Uno, is attend-
ing classes in this art at Colorado
School of Trade in Lakewood. Upon
completing his course in 18
months, the Canadian expects to
return home, where he hopes to
open a gunsmith shop. In the mean-
time, to help defray expenses, he
is repairing and cleaning guns at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Akira
Nakamura, where he is residing.
PATROL DRILL EXHIBIT
Colorado Springs -TsuikoNaka-
moto was a member of the Hawaii
Civil Air Patrol drill team which
participated last week in the C.
A.P. national drill competition
staged on the parade ground of the
U.S. Air Force Academy.
VISIT IN CANADA
Akira Nakamura of 3515 West
22nd Ave., his 14-year* old son,
Steve, and Steve's grandmother,
Mrs. Matsuyo Nakamura, returned
last week from a 10-day visit to
Greenwood, Canada, where they
visited with Mrs. Nakamura's bro-
ther, M. Terada.
An employee of Canadian Na-
tional Railway, he had recently re-
covered from surgery. Grand-
mother, son and grandson had flown
to Spokane, Washington, and from
there, relatives drove them up to
Greenwood, some 85 miles to the
north.
YOUNGSTER TO APPEAR
IN SHOW WAGON FINALS
Greeley A jazz trio made up
by Connie Osaki, Roxanne Beagle
and Julia Carlisle was among
musical groups selected to appear
in the finals of the Show Wagon
program August 15.
BISHOP WILL"PREACH
TO CONGREGATION
Former Coloradan, Bishop Don-
ald H. Tippett of San Francisco
will be honored at luncheon to be
given by members of Simpson
Methodist Church Sunday, 1 p.m.,
at the Lotus Room. Hideo Hama-
mura, chairman of the board of
trustees, will be in charge of the
dinner, which follows the joint
issei-nisei morning service at 11
a.m.
The Japanese interpretation of
the visiting ministers sermon in
English will be made by the Rev.
Jonathan Fujita. The bishop, who is
in charge of the Pacific coast
provisional Japanese Methodist
conference, to which the Simpson
church belongs, came here to teach
a course in ministry at Iliff Theo-
logical School.
NAVAL ENSIGN VISITS
HERE WITH PARENTS
Ensign KennethTagawa of Wash-
ington, D.C. was a visitor here
last week with his parents, the
Frank S. Tagawas of 6640 Down-
ing st.
The 24-year-old naval officer
who resides in Arlington, Va., is
on duty in the Pentagon. A C.U.
electrical engineering department
graduate, Tagawa had completed
courses recently in computer
operations at the Boulder campus.
HOTEL FIRE REPORTED
A fire, which apparently started
with a smouldering mattress,
caused damages in three rooms at
Duff hotel last week, it was re-
ported by Harry Mizouye, owner of
the establishment at 1754 Lari-
mer street. Damages were esti-
mated at about $100.
On Fitzsirnons Staff
Aurora First Lt. George
Yamasaki is one of 23 interns
training at Fitzsirnons U. S. Army
Hospital. These interns will be
stationed at the hospital for the
1962-1963 term.
Recently, the physician and his
family moved into their new resi-
dence at 1910 Oswego st. Dr.
Yamasaki, who graduated from
University of Colorado Medical
School last June, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. John K. Yamasaki of
4915 West 38th ave.
A BOY FOR KAWAMURAS
A boy was born recently to the
Albert N. Kawamuras of 7714 Na-
vajo street.
Prepare Recipe On
Local Edible Plants
Fort Collins A naturalist from
an Osaka college, Yoshiharu Mat-
sumura, is assisting his one-time
botany instructor, Dr. H. D. Har-
rington, to prepare a recipe for
some 100 edible plants in the
Rocky Mountain area.
Recipient of master's degree
here 10 years ago, Matsiunura has
traveled about the area collecting
specimens from which to make
sketches to accompany the recipe.
The book, under direction of U.S.
Dept, of Health, Education and Wel-
fare, willcontaininformationabout
edible plants available to persons
lost in the mountain area.

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. JACL TO BRIDGE MO TO BUILD
2 By Janet Okamura
From a relatively small country lying in
the eastern hemisphere at the edge of the Pa*
oific Ocean came a group of Oriental peoples
known as the Japanese* Arriving in California,
these immigrants stepped almost immediately in-
to anti-Oriental prejudice# Attacks, physical
and vocal, followed one after the other, and by
1900, mass meetings were urging their exclu-
sion* Various anti-Japanese leagues fanned
race prejudice and obtained discriminatory
alien laws* Race-conscious Americans forced
passage in 1924 of a clause barring any Japa-
nese immigrants* Despite this act of exclu-
sion, feeling against those of Japanese anoes-
* try did not die* In the thirties, mobs foroed
them out of homes and jobs; all things Japanese
were boyootted*
Like the Negro, Chinese, and Jews, the
young Japanese-American has always had to buck
irrational race prejudice, and it is against
this sordid background that the unprecedented
prejudice of the war years was brought about*
These were people persecuted and proseouted as
perhaps no other racial minority In our
nation*s experience#
In 1930, however, means of fighting racial
discriminations and injustices were forming# In
that year, a group of nisei met in Seattle,
Washington, and organized the Japanese American
Citizens League, better known today simply as
^ JACL* It was the purpose of this organization
to encourage Americanization among both the oi-
tisen and alien Japanese and also to promote
the general welfare of the group by securing
the nullifications of racially restrictive laws
which hindered their opportunities for full ci-
tizenship and eoonomic and social development#
With each passing week, with each month and
year, JACL grew and prospered# With undying
spirit and work, JACL began the long haul to
the position of dignity, respect, and accep-
tance for these "foreign" peoole of Japanese
ancestry* Its work symbolized a strike and blow
to keep the Constitution valid for all; it was
not an appeal for sympathy, but an argument for
justice* (To be continued*)
. PEDIATRICIAN FROM FT. GRAND CHAMPION HOG
DOUGLAS VISITOR HERE Greeley Sam Sameshima, it
Dr. Richard Hamamura of the was reported, was among many
medical staff at Ft. Douglas, Salt
Lake City, was a visitor here with
his family last week-end. He was
here to attend a pediatricianscon-
vention at Estes Park.
buyers who attended the recent
Harvest Fair, where, for instance,
grand champion hogs raised by
young exhibitors were put up for
sale.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
Ready to-Serve Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pound#
Convenient National Rice Cooker
1946 Larimer Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone KE 4-6031
fea.CN.
CANADIAN NISEI MAGAZINE OFFICIAL TO VISIT JAPAN
Frank A. Moritsugu of Macleans magazine of Canada, is shown be-
fore his recent departure from San Francisco International Airport,
with JAL Hostess Yukiko Shimizu. Moritsugu will fly to Tokyo and
spend two weeks gathering material of general interest about Japan
for a Macleans article.
ECONOMICS STUDENTS
CONDUCTED FOR THEM
Jr. Net Tournament
Among youngsters, who have
been participating in the City Park
tennis tournament, are Randy, Da-
vid and Dwight Kitano and Laura
Masunaga.
The boys are sons of the Mike
Kitanos, 2159 Osceola st., and
Loura is the daughter of the John
Masunagas, 3380 Forest st.
Dwight, in the 10-11 year-old
boys singles series, defeated Ist-
van Potyondi by 6-4, Harry Carl-
son by default, then lost to Jim
Soran by 6-1 and to John Howe,
8-6.
David, in the 12-13 year-old
boys singles group, defeated
George Greenwald by 6-4, Gary
Olmstead by 6-1, 3-6, 6-2. David
was defeated by Brad Gilbert 6-2,
6-1, and by Gregg Evans 6-4,
6-4. In the 14-15 boys doubles,
Randy, teamed with John Claves,
was defeated by Jim Johnson and
Will Rhodes by 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
Laura, playinginthe 14-15year-
old girls doubles series, teamed
with Joan Mandrow to defeat Pat
AT SPECIAL SESSION
ON BOULDER CAMPUS
Boulder Home Hospitality
Committee of this town provides
accomodations for scores of for-
eign students Hindus, Africans
of various nationalities, Asiatics
and Europeans.
At present, most of die stu-
dents under the committees care
are attending the summer Econo-
mic Institute, June. 28 to August
29; all of them are scheduled to
enroll in colleges and universi-
ties in various parts of the coun-
try.
The institute, under direction of
Dr. Wyn Owen, listed these Japan-
ese students and their local Cau-
casian hosts: Hiramasa Yonekura -
Hobart Wagener, Takeo Tanaka -
Fred Ellinghaus, Yasushi Toda -
Horace Homes, Shumpei Kumon -
Wayne Klute, Yasuo Murata-Don-
ald Price, Koichi Hamada King
Robertson, Akira Kanno Capt.
B. W. Ryan, Yukio Kikuchi Tho-
mas Van Zandt.
and Kathy OReilly, 6-3, 6-1; de-
feated Pat Way-Sally Baimonte,
6-0, and lost to the Cindy Coffee-
Pat Vendegna team, 1-6, 7-5, 6-4
for the championship.
Losasso In Lead
Dan Losasso, Dr. Sets Ito,
George Nagai, Dr. Sueo Ito and
Jim Hanamura, in that order, were
pacing the players, as of Aug. 5,
in the Mile Hi Golf Clubs 3rd
round of the Booth Fishery tourna-
ment.
Dan Losasso 206
Dr* Sets Ito 207
George Nagai 210
Dr* Sueo Ito 212
Jim Hanamura 212
A GOOD CAREER IN SALES
We have an outstanding opportunity for a Japanese man, age 28-
40, married, with college background, and accustomed to meeting
the public. This is a permanent position with salaiy, bonus, and
fringe benefits.
For appointment call Mr. Pickett, at KE 4-0841.
NHYri HNW YWWRt Aw** 5NMwASfeMi 4861
PLEASE SEN) ME THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN JWO BOX 1073 DENVER 1, COLORADO
My name is
Add,
City Ztne State
Enclosed please find check for:
Six months $3.50 One Year $6^0
Note: you may use this farm to request sample copies of the Rocky Motntain Jibo.
ATHLETES ATTEND YMCA
CAMP AT ESTES PARK
Estes Park Dale Aigaki was
among high school athletes who at-
tended YMCAS Fellowship of
Christian Athletes camp. Pro, col-
lege and high school athletes and
coaches including ex-Cleveland
Indians pitcher, Bob Feller are
in attendance.
Son of T. Aigaki of 1101 E. 95th
ave., Thornton, Dale received
award for his basketball prowess
at Merrit Hutton High School.
THE FORUM
Petite, triple treat scholar, Ja-
net Okamura of Colo. College,
the English major, who might
switch her major, maybe to zoo-
logy this is the petite, alert
sansei who captured the National
JACL essay contest at Seattle,
On the campus, her domicile is
the Alpha Phisororityhouse.Quite
apparently, she is as facile in
composing an essay as in getting
up on her feet to enter an ora-
torical contest. The girl who had
once thought of entering the JACL
speech contest, has a row of ele-
gant trophies adorning the mantle
of the fireplace in her parents'
home. Mostly to keep in mental
trim, she's taking trigonometry
this summer atCU extension divi-
sion here.
She personally sees a function
for JACL in the future because,
while things like evacuation during
the last war may not recur, its
alert presence will be needed to
speak up for all persons of Ja-
panese descent. Too, in these days
of unsettled international tensions,
she noted that evacuations are still
occuring elsewhere in the world,
to the French colons in Algeria,
to the East Germans who cross
"the wall," to the harrased pea-
sants of Red China who cross into
Hong Kong. Her parents, the Shio-
go Okamuras, were evacuated dur-
ing the last war from their home
in Long Beach, Calif., to a WRA
camp in Arkansas.
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SYMPATHY DONATIONS FOR THE BUDDHIST CHURCH, August, 1962
Sakrament Buddhist Church.....$25
Sakrament Buickyo Fujinkai.....25
Guadalape Bukkyokai(Calif).... 25
Scottsbluff Kyudokai..........100
Torano Koishi..................10
Ryoko Hirakawa................ 10
Hitoshi Tashiro............... JO
Hajime Fujii.................. 25
Oakland Bukkyokai............. 25
Toranosuke Mayeda.............100
Arizona Bukkyokai............. JO
Arizona Bukkyo-Fujinkai........20
Tokumatsu Takemori............ 10
Ginjiro Matoba................ 10
Shizuye Yanagita............... 5
Masuo Iwasaki.................. 5
Tom Sugihara................ JO
Frasno Bukkyo-Fuj inkai....... 15
I. Imada................... 25
Kamloop Sukkyokai............. 2J
Ogden Bukkyokai............... 50
Tairiku Shoji Co(New York).... 50
Ishi Eshima................... JO
Fujimoto ShiKai(Salt Lake).... 20
Pacific Shokai.................20
Miau Nishimoto................ 20
It. Higashino..................20
Haruno Kubo................ 10
Chiyeno Kubo.................. 10
Mrs. Uchida................... 10
Kiku Hirayama................. 75
Rev. M. Honda..................50
Katsusaburo Fujii............. 10
Dai j iro Furuiye....'....... 10
Tetsu Uyeba.................... 5
Tsui Kuga...................... 5
Atsumi .........................5
Kineya _Rokumino 5
Matsu Nakamura..................5
Denjiro Hiraiwa...............100
Tsugi Shinto..................10
Shinichi Kawada............... 15
Kawashimo Bukkyokai(Calif).... 25
Denver Bukkyo P.T.A...........500
Keiichi Yoshida................50
Shigeru Uyeda..................50
Hisao Takao................... JO
Sokoo Bykyokai(Calif)..........50
Chuseibu Bukkyokai(Chicago)...150
Mata j iro Watada.............100
Yoshio Yao.................... 10
Takino Takamatsu.............. 10
Seiichi Kami................. 10
S. Sugimoto...................10
Katsubei Sakaguchi.......... 20
Hayy
Hayy
Hayashi Family............... 25 .
Masayo Shigetomi..............20
Mitsu Murata................. 15
Sute Kuromiya................ 20
Akio Sameshima. ..............25
Mimasukai.................... 5
Kameo Nakamura............... 10
Mitamura..................... 15
T. Iyama.................. 15
T. Kubo.................... 15
Teizo Nonaka................. 10
K. Yamashita................. JO
Kichizo Abe.................. 25
T. To tsugi..................ICO
Hisashi Ggawa................ 25
Eiichi Yoshida............... 25
Rev. Yamabe(Calif').......... 10
Placer Bukkyokai............. 25
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