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BO. 21 WEENESW.Y, AUGUST 22, 1962
COTTON TESTIMONY
AROUSES CONFLICT
From a leading North Carolina
textile manufacture, the Japanese
envoy in Wash., D.C., and from
Nippon textile exporting ^centers,
voices were raised concerning the
state of U.S. import of Japanese
textiles*
Some of these comments stemm-
ed from testimony given recently
by Mike Masaoka, representing
Nippon textile exporters, before a
U.S. Senate committee studying
a foreign trade expansion bill.
Chairman Charles Cannon of Can-
non Mills cotton textile firm ob-
jected to portions of Masaoka's
statements. Japans Ambassador
Asakai expressed to State Depart-
ment his country's concern over
U.S. proposals to further curb
import of Japanese cotton textiles.
In Tokyo, textile export slump
plus increased domestic prefer-
ence of synthentic fibered cloths
has idled 37% of her spinning mills.
MASTER'S DEGREE FOR
MISS MUTSUKO YAMASAKI
Miss Mutsuko Yamasaki from
Hyogo, Japan, was among the sum-
mer term graduates who received
master of arts degree at com-
mencement service held last week
at University of Denver.
DONATIONS FOR CHURCH
REPAIR INCREASING
Total of more than $6,400 in
donations have been reported, as
of last week, at Tri-State Budd-
hist church in the wake of dis-
astrous fire which destroyed the
altar and valuable ceremonial
pieces mounted cm the altar last
July 16.
Contributions are continuing to
be received at the church from
local, state and out of state in-
dividuals and organizations. The
churchs PTA gave $500 toward
repair of the altar, now under
way. The reported contributions
thus far were received from more
than 140 individuals and organi-
zations.
DEFENSE OFFICIAL
VISITOR IN SPRINGS
Colo. Springs Japan's deputy
director general of Defense Agency
was a visitor last week at North
American Air Defense Command
Operations Center here. Muneo
Toga was here as guest of U. S.
Dept, of Defense's Deputy Sec.
Roswell Gilpatrick.
Brig. Gen. Lewis Stocking, US
AF, explained functions of the
Center to the Japanese visitor who
was accompanied by Col. Tada-
shige Kakurai, attache, Japanese
embassy in Wash., D.C.,andCom-
mander Hajime Ohori. Toga's 12-
day U.S. visit began in Long Beach,
Calif., naval base which had greet-
ed him with a 19-gun salute.
FORT GARLAND MAN IN
ALAMOSA HOSPITAL
Alamosa Roy Tanaka of Fort
Garland was hospitalized recently
at the Alamosa Community Hospi-
tal.
the GMcufor'
August 13, 1962
Mr. Toshiro Tsubokawa, Editor
ROCKY M0UNIAIH JIHQ
Denver, Colored*
Dear Mr. Tsubokawa:
Congratulations! The Mile-High oi-ty win now Tia.ve fcK c
benefit of a newspaper designed to bring events of
interest to our many fine Japanese-American citizens.
As you know, Denver has a Sister City; Takayama, Japan.
Through correspondence with many citizens and with her
Mayor, the Honorable Shinichiro Iwamoto, Takayama has
become an important part of our thinking in Denver.
Recently, a beautiful exhibit of Takayama Children's Art
was held at International House. This exhibition was part
of a continuing exchange of ideas and culture between our
two cities.
Methodist Bishop Donald Tippett from San Francisco was speaker at
Simpson Methodist Church Sunday. Greeting the speaker were Hideo
Hamamura, Bishop Tippett, Rev. Paul Hagiya, and Sam Matsumoto.
ADAMS STATE COLLEGE ai .a j q ip*p t au
AWARDS DEGREES SUGAR PRODUCTION
Alamosa Total of 204 students CVDCDTC Vf I C| T LICDC
received certificates and degrees lAiU\I v f I wl 1 nLI\L
at summer term commencement Colorado's sugar beet produc-
exercises held last week at Adams tion snd sugar processing method
State College. is being studied by scientist, Dr.
Graduates included two who re- Kazuo Suezawa, from Kagawa
ceived master of art degrees. Farm Research Institute andTake-
Henry Ashida from Crowley, jbro Kawamura of Taito Sugar
Arkansas Valley, and jean Kayoko C* Japs*1-
Takara from Pueblo. In ^ course of their tour, the
ru* C TallfC visitors were taken through some
U wUnoQa of the Great Western Sugar Co.
To Boulder 6roup gr^f ILS1 Z
Boulder Dr. Kayo Sunada, gar and sugar beet experimental
medical director at State Home programs under way at Colo. State
and Training School in Wheatridge University, Ft. Collins. Dr. Sue-
was the speaker last week at the zawa and Kawamura, arrived in
meeting of Boulder County chap- the United States from Europe
of National Association tor 'where, also, they inspv tted sugar
Retarded Children. The meeting, production facilities,
which principally drew attendance
of parents and retarded children, HOLD SERVICE FOR
was held at the public library LANDER ITO'S FATHER
auditorium. Funeral service was held for
The physician described causes Denta Ito of 3040 Columbine st.
of mental retardation in children, Monday at Simpson Methodist
the types of cases and treatment church. Interment was at Fair-
provided to them at the school, mount cemetery.
To illustrate his talk, he showed He is survived by his wife,
film of work being done in this Yosoe and the following children,
specialized field of training and Mrs. Seda Suzuki of Sacramento,
education. The physician also and Nancy Ito of Southgate, Calif.,
serves at C.U. medical school jack Ito of St. Paul, Minn., Vir-
faculty. gtnia and Lander Ito of Denver.
A large contingent of Denver Boy Scouts is on the way back
home after attending the First Asian Jamboree* These
scouts were encamped at the foot of Mount Fuji, and 1*11
assure you they felt right at home!
These small examples of nPeople-to-People communication
show Denverfs interest in strengthening the ties of world-
wide peace, particularly with our neighbors in the Far
East*
As I said when I first took office, "I am the Mayor of all
SCHOOL DAYS ARE JUST
SPEECH THERAPIST AND
TEACHER ARE ASSIGNED
Boulder Young friends, it's
approaching that time of the year
again school days. Classes be-
gin here Sept. 4, announced the
county school board, which also
named at least two nisei staff
members.
Miss Lorraine Miyahara will be
one of the speech therapists. Miss
Judy Yoshimoto will teach second
grade pupils atMartinPark school.
AROUND THE CORNER
NAME LUCILLE SAMESH1MA
TO TEACHING STAFF
Ault Miss Lucille Sameshima
was among those named by the
school board to teach first grade
students this fall in the local
school system, local public school
system report stated.
Classes wili begin bright and
early on Monday, August 27, school
officials reminded parents.
NEWS ITEMS WELCOME
DEADLINE ON FRIDAY
the Japanese American citizens of Denver whose proud ancestry makes them such an important part of this com- munity. KAWANO JEWELERS
B5&t/ V" T5ick Batter ton Mayor 7623 Glenarm Place CH 4-0325 225 16th Street (to be opened soon)
Arthur Iwasakfs
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HAIL DAMAGES HEAVY
ON IRRIGATED LAND
Greeley Weld County Agricul-
tural Agent George James reports
an estimated one-third of irrigated
farm land in the county has in-
curred crippling hail damages
since May 1.
Farmers who suffered these da-
mages have applied for federal
financial emergency assistance.
Most of them have farms in Wind-
sor, Ault, Pierce, Grover, Milli-
ken and Prospect valley.
Great Western Sugar Co. es-
timated sugar beet damages to be
serious on nearly 27,000 acres.
EX-COLORADOAN, AGE 35,
DIES OF HEART ATTACK
Boulder Robert Uno, 35, for-
mer sales manager of ElbraCorp.
here, died of heart attack in Los
Angeles last week. Interment was
at the veterans cemetery in San
Diego. He is survived by his wife,
Kiku, three children, four brothers
and his father, George Uno, widely
known landscape architect.
CHURCH SOCIAL SATURDAY
8:00 to lit30 P. M.
The Wesleyans of Simpson
Methodist Church will
sponsor Wesley Social
and dance on Saturday,
August 25# from 8:00 to
lit30 PM at the church
fellowship hall. The
admissions are 75 cents
for stag or per person
and 50 cents per couple.
Informal.
PAT SUZUKI, HUSBAND
ACCOMPANY MRS. KENNEDY
Newspapers report that, among
the large retinue of civil ser-
vants, guards and others accom-
panying the Presidents wife, Mrs.
John Kennedy, on her Italian vaca-
tion journey were Mark Shaw,
photographer, and his wife, Pat
Suzuki, musical comedy star. A
Tokyo report says she has been
working on a Japanese film, The
Judo Tree. Acting with her in the
film is Sessue Hayakawa, playing
the role of a iudo instructor.
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Be Without It
In the final, suspenseful mo-
ments before marriage services
at Simpson Methodist church, in-
dispensable equipment is an ade-
quate mirror in the bride's dress-
ing room. That's where she may
make a final inspection of her
bridal gown, with the assistance of
sympathetic womenfolk.
Such a mirror was given to the
church for use in that room by
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uyeda, whose
daughter, Amy, recently was
married at the church.
THREE GIRLS IN 4-H
DRESS-MAKING PROGRAMS
Christie Hosokawa and Gaye No-
guchi were among the dress revue
blue ribbon winners last week at
Jefferson County 4-H Girls pro-
gram staged at Wheatridge High
School here.
They were winners, respec-
tively, in the first and third year
clothing contests, requiring them
to cut, stitch and fit apparels. Over
at Western Hills, Linda Terada
participated with novice models
recently in the 4-H club style show*
BANK EXECUTIVE AMONG
THOSE AT C.U. INSTITUTE
Boulder Akira Kanno, who is
attending the summer Economic
Institute at C.U., is a staff mem-
ber of the liaison section of one
of the biggest banks in Japan, the
Bank of Japan. In the autumn term,
he will enroll at Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
LOSASSO, NAGAI, I TO
Dan Lossaso captured MileHigh
Golf Clubs 72-hole medal tour-
nament and trophy donated by Booth
Fishery. Next, Merchandise Tour-
nament, with set of golf clubs going
to winner, begins at Meadow Hills
course Aug. 26. Kody Kodama is
donor of the prize.
Total Net
1* Dan Loss&so 273
2* George N&gai 274
3* Dr. Sets Ite 276
4. Rupert iLp&i 280
5. Jim Hanamura 284
6* Dr. Sueo Ito 287
6* Dick Yamamoto 287
8* TernoOdow 290
9. Beans Yamamoto 291
10. Roy Terada MATSUMOTO SECOND IN 292
METER BREASTSTROKE
Kenjiro Matsumoto of Japanwas
second (2:55.0) in the 200-meter
breaststroke event at the National
AAU swimming championships last
week at Cuhahoga Falls, Ohio. Ill-
ness prevented Tsuyoshi Yama-
naka from defending his 200-meter
and 400-meter freestyle titles.
Recent visitors here were Yuki-
yoshi Aoki and Yukio Sato, of
Tokyo, who were attached to the
Japanese swimming team. The two
had come here to visit with their
friend, Yasukazu Kanematsu,
swimming team. The two had come
here to visit with their friend,
Yasukazu Kanematsu, swimming
instructor at Adams City High
School.
Recent newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joko. Bride is the former
Bessie Kamura, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Kamura. Photo by David Stark*
GOING TO STATE FAIR
Greeley Julia Morita of Wyatt
was among 14 top Weld county
4-H members selected to attend the
organization's workshop at Camp
Tobin, Pueblo, according to an-
nouncement made last week by the
County Extension Service. The
workshop, August 20 to 25, is held
in conjunction with the 4-H club
participation in exhibits at the an-
nual state fair.
JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNEY
Susan Ando captured girls' 14-
year-old singles match in City
Park junior tennis series lastweek
by defeating LyrmBerenbaum, 6-0,
6-3. Then, teaming up with Cindy
Friedlob, she shut out Laura Ma-
sunaga-Joan Mandrow duo, 6-0,
6-0. In boys (14) doubles, Randy
Kitano and John Clavel lost 6-1,
6-0 to Bruce Edwards and Steve
Jackson.
THE SCHOLAR-ATHLETIC TRIO OF KEN YABE FAMILY
Photo-snapped at recent picnic are the three children of the Ken
Yabes: Norman, the eldest, Arlene, 18, the youngest and Kenji.
Scholar-athletes the well-deserved designations apply to the
three children of the Ken Yabes/ Arlene just returned from a triump-
hant flying trip to Miles City, Montana's Open Swimming Meet where
she won for her sponsors, D-D Truckers, the 106-meter (1.33) and
200-meter (3.22) breaststroke eventSjP the 400-meter free-style and
the coveted Junior Womens High Point Trophy. She was 3rd in 200-
meter individual medley, 8th in 50-meter free-style and 4th in 400-
meter medley relay. In the falk on a scholarship, she enrolls at Iowa
Wesleyan Univ. at Mt. Pleasant. J
Also in fall, Kenji takes hfs family to Glendale, Ariz., where he
will be on football and wrestling coaching staffs at Cortez High School.
Norman (M. A. in math from D. U.), who teaches swimming at Cele-
brity Lanes pool, is on research staff at U.S. Bureau of Mines, Federal
Center.
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SUMMERS TROUT CATCH
Sam Matsumoto awhile back
came home from a 1,400 mile auto-
trek up to the fabled Gallatin
river in Montana with a very
respectable 6 lb. 6 oz. trout. To
date, this one is the largest re-
gistered with the Kamloop Fish-
ing Club summer prize tournament
for the out-of-state division. Per-
haps the biggest caught in Colo.,
or out of state. Last years big-
gest out-of-state catch was made
by Ben Yamakishi at Seminole
dam, Wyo. (5 lb. 3 oz.).
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HEAD GIRLS APPEAR AT
STORE FASHION SHOW
Among girls, all of them head
girls at their respective schools,
who appeared at sub-teen fashion
show at Hilton Hotel ballroom,
were Neiko Hirakawa from Cole
Jr. High and GailTakamine from
Smiley Jr. High.
Program was presented by May
D-F stores. Also last week, Katy
Oka, of North High appeared in
a junior deb fashion show.
MARJORIE HARADA WINS
PRIZE IN DRESS REVUE
Rocky Ford The Otero County
4-H organization presented a dress
revue last week at Rocky Ford
High School. First place winner in
(me of the divisions was Marjorie
Harada.
GENE ENOMOTO OF FORT
LUPTON GETS B.A. DEGREE
Greeley At commencement
exercises terminating summer
term. Gene A. Enomoto was among
the 717 students who graduated
from Colorado State College. He
received a B.A. degree.
TREAT LITTLE FOLKS
Boulder It was unusual treat
for the little folks at the Jack
and Jill Nursery to lunch on
tempura, shoyu, rice and other
Japanese delicacies.
Thats what they did, one day last
week, when Mrs. Hiroshi Akima
prepared special lunch for them.
Mother of Kiyoshi, 5, and Hiroko,
3, who attend die nursery, the young
matron did this in appreciation for
the wonderful care given to her
children there.
Her husband is a consultant at
the radio systems division of the
National Bureau of Standards.
YAMAMOTO DEFEATED IN
MUNICIPAL TOURNAMENT
James Yamamoto was defeated
1 up by Sam Waldman, principal
of- East High in the 7th flight of
municipal golf tournament last
week at Willis Case course.
Applaud Eto Concert
Aspen Visiting violinist, To-
shiya Eto was enthusiastically ap-
plauded last week at his appear-
ance with the Aspen Festival or-
chestra at the tent theater. He
played Schoenbergs Violin Con-
certo, Opus 36. Orchestra was
conducted by Walter Susskind.
YOUTH WINNER OF ART
AWARD AT INSTITUTE
Norio Taniguchi, 22, was recip-
ient of $50 award last week at the
Colorado Art Institute, 1232-16th
st., where he is a student.
The student is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jitsuo Taniguchi of 2622
Steele st.
ENT AIR FORCE BASE
OFFICER BUYS RESIDENCE
Colorado Springs Capt. Harry
H. and Jane Dantsuka recently
purchased a new home in the
Pikes Peak Park district. The
home was built by the Sproul
Homes, Inc.
The Air Force officer, stationed
at Ent Air Force Base, has par-
ticipated in judo functions at the
base and at the U.S. Air Force
Academy.
TRADING IN TRADING
STAMPS FOR AIR TICKETS
An anxious bridegroom in Lit-
tle Rock, Ark., recently greeted
his bride from Japan, Mrs. Misako
Brooks, at the municipal airport.
- Nothing especially unusual about
this, except that Mr. Brooks had
purchased her air fare by con-
verting a total of 289,500 books of
painstakingly saved up trading
stamps to the value of the fare.
MINIATURIZED HEARING
AID EQUIPMENT 8 OZ.
A new transistorized hearing
aid, weighing only 8 oz. has been
produced by the Matsushita Com-
minication Industrial Co., Ltd. of
Japan.
The hearing aid, is one of the
smallest in the world.
-* # (30)
SHWiSjtoitnE
SYPATHY DONATIONS FOR THE BUDDHIST CHURCH,(3)
Correction and Addition to the last list
Mrs. Torino Koishi........$50
Tsutomu Tsunoda........... 5o
Takashi Kamimura.......... 2b
Fred Okimoto.............. 10
S.. Tsmaki................ lu
Tadao Kajiwara............ 2 b
Masako Kuroda............. 25
Kizo Hiramine............. lu
Isamu Shibao.............. 25
Uhachiro Tejima............2u
Mr. Morimoto.............. 2u
Sedgwick Kyudokai.........luu
Setsuji Kobayashi......... 50
Hide Yoshimoto........... 25
Kyuichi Inouye............luo
Kotona Uyemura............ 5u
Sedgwick BL............. .lou
Hikoichi Shimamoto........ 25
Kansuke Kinoshita......... 2b
Tatsuzo Nakamura......... 20
Hanzo Uyemura.............. o
Tomokichi Kuramoto......... 5
Simpson Methodist Church.. 5u
Yaye Kuwahara..............2u
John Miyazaki............ 5u
Seattle Bukkyo Fujinkai... 25
genbei Bukkyo Fujinkai.... 25
Yonemoto Family........... 2u
Rev. Itahara..............luu
Tokuhichi Tanaka.......... 20
Kasukichi Hiyama.......... lu
Yutaka Hiratsuka.......... 2u
Teihachi Hamada........... 10
Iwayo Nakafuji............ lo
S. Togashi................ 3u
Tat.su Shibata............ lu
Noboru Sogi............... 10
Denver Bonsai Club........ 10
Tomizo Morikawa............ 5
Rikichi Hara.............. 3u
Tadaichi Fujli............. 5
Dick Tanino............... 10
Kohei Yoshida.............lu
Takito Fukuma... ......... 10
Shigeru Joko............... 5
Kinyuukai Denver-shibu.... 2u
Terujiro Okazaki.......... 5u
Toyoji Kagohara........... 2u
Yuhei Ujifusa............. 2b
Shig and Mitsuye Okamoto.. ou
Mitsuye Yoshigami......... bu
Hatsuyo Okamoto........... 30
Katsu Takahashi........... 10
Naka Kurachi.............. 25
Swink Kyuudokai...........lou
Kikutaro Mayeda...........100
Tsutomu Kanemoto..........lOO
Jack Miyazaki.............100
(to be continued)
ROLE OF JACL LAUDED BY WINNING ESSAYIST
3 By Janet Okamura
JACL played a tremendously active role in
promoting eoonomic and educational opportunities
eliminating discriminatory and pre-judioial
praotioes and ordinances which vere the out -
growth of the "yellow peril hate oaapaigne of
an earlier era, and in refuting vioious charges
of unassimilability by demonstrating civio re-
sponsibility. Other items under the lost list
of JACL achievements include naturalization and
immigration privileges to the Japanese and other
Asians* Through their enactment alien Japanese
were, for the first time in United States histo-
ry, invited to become naturalized citizens in the
land of their ohoice, and the oitisenehip ef
their American-born became unqualified and un -
tainted* Through legislations, some 500 ordi-
nances and laws that were once direoted against
persons of Japanese ancestry in this county have
been repealed or validated. JACL has successful-
ly argued the unconstitutionality of discrimina-
tory laws which restricted the opportunities of
persons of Japanese ancestry and subjected them
to indignities*
The American people now know and welcome
Americans of Japanese ancestry* They are no
longer confined in the main to the west ooast,
but are to b e found in every state in the Union,
accepted by their neighbors and completely inte-
grated into their respective communities* Today,
they are confident of their future, for under the
leadership of the JACL they are, in faot, better
Americans in an America made greater by their
contributions.
Walter H. Judd of Minnesota, in his tribute
to the JACL on its 25th Anniversary, said: "The
JACL story is an inspiring document of democracy
in action at the best, an epic which could have
been written only in America and which complete-
ly refutes the hate and race mongers of only a
few years ago who charged that the Japanese, by
their very character, were unassimilable into the
American cultural pattern, which itself, as we
all know, is made up of the cultures and the con-
tributions of all the many peoples who have im-
migrated to these shores since time immemorial,
as did the ancestors of all of us*
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