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NO. 22 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1962
Pg 1
PROPOSE FORMATION
OF JAPAN SOCIETY
A plan for establishing a japan
Society here was discussed Fri-
day night at International Institute
under chairmanship of District
Judge George Priest of Jefferson
county.
Among those named to the tem-
porary committee for the proposed
society were: Frank McDonald of
Denver-Chicago Trucking Co.,
Richard Lusk of Denver Chamber
of Commerce, Jack Duffy of U.S.
Commerce Dept., Leonard Fish-
man of Rocky Mountain Export
Co. and Min Yasui, chairman of
Mtn. Plains JACL, Mrs. Eliza-
beth Rose, chairman of Denver-
Takayama City Committee, and
Toshiro Tsubokawa, editor and
publisher of Rocky Mountain Jiho,
and Judge Priest.
TEXAN AND HIS FAMILY
VISIT FRIENDS HERE
A recent visitor here were the
Henry Kawahatas and their chil-
dren from Hidalgo, Texas, in the
Rio Grande Valley, across the
river from Mexico. Staying atMike
Nakamura's Admiral motel, the
Texans visited their many friends
here. Kawahata, Councilman in his
hometown, said he's never enjoyed
anything more than politicing,
electioneering and campaigning at
whats called the grass root
level."
At breathers, between politicing,
he's become fair to middling fund
raiser for United Fund and a crack
membership solicitor for the Farm
Bureau,
FOREIGN FIRMS FEEL
MARKET RIVALRY
Current Fortune magazine re-
ports 100 biggest foreign compan-
ies* annual sales increased a lit-
tle over 8% from the previous year
to nearly $68 billions.
Along with increased sales,
these big foreign firms almost
uniformly reported increased
competition. Among the elite 100
firms were several Japanese com-
panies, including die electronics
manufacturer, Hitachi, Ltd., which
climbed from 17th to 11 thin stand-
ing: the Yawata SteelCo., from 26th
to 20th: the Matsushita Electric
Co. from 74th to 56th and Kobe
Steel Works which moved up to
69th place.
93~YEAR-OLD ISSEI
DIES, SERVICE HELD
Tsurukichi Hanamura, 93, died
last week and services were held
at Chapel of Chimes and Fair-
mount Crematory. The deceased
is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Taka Hanamura, son James and
granddaughters, Mmes. Jeanne Hi-
gashi of Los Angeies and Gail
Tamaribuchi of Aurora.
Pall bearers were his old
friends; Tokutaro Marumoto,
Masataro Madokoro, Minejiro
Nakasugi, Sadaichi Ota, Yuzo
Honda and Kakuhei Mizouye.
SEATTLEITE VISITOR
Henry Kubota, Seattle business
man, was a visitor in Denver. Sus
Matsumoto has been showing him
the city sights and lake and stream
sites where wiliest rainbows and
brookies await their pleasure.
URGE PRESIDENT KENNEDY ACT ON CLAIMS TAX ISSUE
National JACL Pres, Pat Okura of Omaha sought President Kennedy's
intervention to deny taxability of Federal evacuation claims payments.
Okura proposed Presidential intercession urging Internal Revenue Ser-
vice to suspend tax assessment on the payments pending Congress-
ional clarification of 1948 Evacuation Claims Act. JACL executive
directed Wash., D.C. representative, Mike Masakoka to attempt to
obtain Congressional clarifying amendment to this end iii this session.
ESTES PARK SITE OF
2ND CHURCH RETREAT
Second annual Simpson Metho-
dist all-church retreat at Estes
Park YMCA will be on Sept. 8-9.
A.dvance registrations are being
received by Mary Fujii and Mar-
tha Uyehara. Charges for three
meals and lodging for a family
is $12 and $6 for individuals.
Varying charges will be made
for those who will be at the re-
treat for one day or for the Satur-
day evening and Sunday. Picnics,
recreation, morning watch and fel-
lowship programs are included in
the program.
Issei and nisei retreat chairmen
are George T. Fukuma and Meach
NEW COLLEGE AGE GROUP
TO BE CALLED WESLEYANS
Tommy Hoshiko was elected
president recently of the new col-
lege age group, called Wesleyans,
formed at Simpson Methodist
Church. Other officers include:
vice pres., Michi Kuramoto; sec.-
treas., Dave Inagaki.
The group will sponsor a bene-
fit dance Aug. 25, 8 p.m. in the
followship hall for the YP Con-
ference in Ontario, Ore.
Nogami. Program participants in-
clude: the Revs. Jonathan Fujita
and Paul Hagiya, Finis Fukui, Jean
Sato, Floyd Burrous, HideoHama-
mura, Joe Ariki, Joe Akiyama,
Ann Aoyagi, Joyce Kasa, Dale
Ritter and the Methodist Men.
THE TANI SATO WEDDING PARTY
Watching the bride cut the wedding cake Sunday night at Lotus Room
were, left to right, Tetsuro Sato,
and Sto Tani. __________________
Miss Harumi Lois Tani became
the bride of Mamoru Sato Sunday
at Tri-State Buddhistchurch cere-
mony performed by the Revs. Y.
Tamai and N. Tsunoda.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sto Tani of 3651
Osage st. The groom, senior ma-
joring in commercial art at CU,
is the son of Tetsuro Sato of
Thornton, formerly of Holly.
Messrs, and Mmes. Mamoru Sato
Photo by HOWARD ODA
Attendants were: maid of honor,
Jean Matsuo from Los Angeles;
bridesmaid, Irene Nakata; flower
girl, Sharon Kagiyama; best man,
Bob Watada; groomsman, Ken
Tani; ushers, Bruce Tashiro, Al-
bert Nakata, Gordon Koshio. Re-
ception was held at Lotus Room.
Baishakunins were Mr. and Mrs.
Kazuo Kimura.
operator Arthur Iwasakt
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SIXTY MORE PERSONS
BECOME CITIZENS HERE
Sixty persons were admitted to
American citizenship during July,
U.S. Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service office here announced.
Among them were Mrs. Chika
Lawhead, 3056 Wheeling st., and
Mrs. Hideno Mowrey, 15500 E.
Colfax ave., both of Aurora.
EXPLAIN CAUSES OF
CHILD RETARDATION
Arvada About 75% of medi-
cal causes of mental retardation
in children are prenatal, while
5% of the causes are traceable
to abnormal delivery, Dr. Kayo
Sunada recently told members of
Boulder chapter, National As-
sociation of Retarded Children.
Chief of clinical services at
State Home and Training School
in Wheatridge, Dr. Sunada is also
on the faculty of C. U. medical
school. Other causes, he said,
stem from post-natal incidents
such as infections; and accidents,
including accidental consumption
of drugs and chemicals found in
homes. These events account for
20% of causes. The physician re-
sides at 5188 Miller st.
Remembered For
Aiding Evacues
The late Rev. Clark Garman,
83, who died here last week, was
a tireless Congregational minis-
ter-worker who had been repat-
riated from Japan early during
World War II, after serving there
for 36 years. Arrivinghere, he was
among those who sought to help
many evacues to relocate from
WRA camp in Granada, southern
Colo.
He had served as minister of
racial relations and secretary for
Christian Social Action of the Colo.
Congregational Conference.
DENVER SCOUTS ARE
ON THEIR WAY HOME
Denver Boy Scouts and their
leaders, Frank Nakagawa and Sam
Suekama boarded U.S. transport
ship, Packard, Aug. 21 at Yoko-
hama. They are scheduled to re-
turn to Denver, Sept. 9, in time
for beginning of fall school term
Monday, Sept. 10.
Originally scheduled to leave
Japan on Aug. 27, departure date
was advanced, according to Mrs.
Elizabeth Rose, to avoid possible
cholera epidemic in Japan. It is
understood that from San Francis-
co, the Scouts were scheduled to be
returned to Denver aboard a D-C
Trucking Co. plane, but that the
company will fly the boys home on
a United Airlines plane. Mrs. Rose,
who returned recently, had accom-
panied the Scouts in Japan.
Coed Dies In Crash
Yukiko Murakami, 21, of Keio
Univ., Japan, killed in bus-truck
accident in Ohio last week, was
among those who were coming here
to meet the Rev. Y. Tamai of Tri-
State BuddhistChurch. In the acci-
dent, her companion, Sachiko
Kaneko, 23, was injured.
Three other Keio students visit-
ed with the priest here last week:
Kozuki Fukuo, Yoshiaki Abe and
Katsuo Hamada.
CANADIAN GOLFERS GET
SET FOR LABOR DAY
On coming Labor Day at Rouge
Hill Golf Course, Toronto, Canada,
some 150 nisei golfers will play
in the Nisei Golf Club tournament.
Pressed by competition, it's said,
at least 20 of them can tour the
route in mid-70's.
SAKATA HOSPITALIZED
Alamosa Gregory Sakata of
Blanca was admitted to Alamosa
Community Hospital last week.
THEY INSTRUCT CADETS AT USAF ACADEMY
Colorado Springs Collegians
most everywhere are, probably,
just about set to head back to their
campuses for autumn term. At
U.S. Air Force Academy, cadets
have been enrolled in classes since
about mid-August.
Among faculty members of this
institution areMajorTimothyOsa-
to, an Army officer, who is assis-
tant professor of political science.
He received B.A. and M.A. de-
grees from Yale and Harvard uni-
versities, respectively.
The academy's physical educa-
tion department, probably un-
excelled for its elite faculty and
equipment, has a nisei instructor,
First Lt. James H. Tanaka. He
teaches physical education and is
gymnastics coach. The lieutenant
received B.S. and M.S. degrees
from Fla. State University.
BRIGHT HOSHIKO WEDS
GIRL IN TACOMA, WASH,
Bright Hoshiko, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Katsuma Hoshiko of
Greeley, married Miss Yoshiye
Jinguchi of Tacoma, Wash., Sun-
day at Japanese Methodist Church
of that city. She is the sister-in-
law of the Rev. Jonathan Fujita
of Simpson MethodistChurch, who,
with the Rev. Robert Yamashita of
the Tacoma church, performed the
ceremony.
Among those who witnessed the
ceremony were the groom's par-
ents, Show Hoshiko, who attended
his brother as best man, $nd his
family, and the groom's sisters,
Mmes. June IwataandTrueBroad-
water and their families from Den-
ver.
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Twelve-year-old Bobby Tateyama tended to the familys prize Brown
Swiss cow at recent Adams county fair. Bobbys folks are Hiroshi
Tateyamas of Ault, _____
THEIR EXHIBITS AT PUEBLO STATE FAIR
WON MANY PRIZES AND BLUE RIBBONS
baseball tournament schedule
TWO COUPLES TAKE OUT
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Francis Hasegawa, 25, of 3310
Olive St., and Barbara Hutchinson,
29, of 2965 Jasmine st.
John Sakurai, 39, of Pierce and
Ruby Konishi, 28, of 2510 Hudson
st.
KIMURA SCORES 64
Dr. Jack Kimura fired a net
64 at Meadow Hills course Sunday
in the first 18-hole match of the
54-hole Merchandise Tournament.
Merchandise donors are Kody Ko-
dama and Frank Dalton, pro at
Case course where they will play
next Sunday.
Other front-runners* scores
were: Dan Losasso, 68; Rupert
Arai, 69; Shug Madokoro and Bob
Miyamoto, 71; Terno Odow, Dick
Yamamoto and Dr. Tony Kawano,
72.
MINIATURE ROCKETS TO
BE TESTED AT ACADEMY
Colorado Springs-Fifteen-year-
old Wesley Wada from Edgewater
was one of the anxious amateur
rocketeers testing their miniature
missiles last week at the fourth
annual meet of National Rocketry
Assn, at Air Force Academy.
Wesley is secretary-treasurer
of the Mile Hi branch of the
organization in Denver.
CONVENTION ATTRACTS
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
Keith Okamoto, research chemi-
cal engineer from Texas City,
Tex., and his family are visit-
ing here. Okamoto attended the
American Institute of Chemical
Engineers meeting at Hilton Hotel.
Prior to the meeting, they visited
Aspen and Estes Park.
Visit Supernarket
One of several students attending
the economic institute at the C.U.
Boulder campus, Yukio Kikuchi,
23, was amongvisitingforeign stu-
dents who watched last week the
operation of a typical Denver su-
per market.
They were shown through the
King Soopers market at 2340 W.
Alameda ave. Kikuchi, who en-
rolls next month at Michigan State
University, commented, The
store is very large and spread
out, much more so than the com-
parable supermarkets in Japan.
The Ford Foundation is one of
co-sponsors of the institute.
Pueblo Duane Mizokami re-
ceived blue ribbon award in the
4-H electrical exhibit at the re-
cent state fair. Other exhibitors
and award winners included:
Kiyota farms of Platteville, 1st
in sweet corn division; Bill Hisa-
moto of Ft. Lupton, 1st in summer
squash exhibit.
Among many awards received by
Hideo Nishi of Kersey were lsts
in pickling cucumbers, sweet corn,
snap beans, cantaloupes, squash.
Frank Nakata of Brighton, 2nd
for zucchini squash; Y. Fujita of
Pueblo, 1st for yellow cucumber
seeds; Karl Yamaguchi of Platte-
ville, 1st for tubers russet bur-
bank; 1st for Brunker oats, Paul
Swimming Tourney
A.rlene Yabe of D-C Truckers
took second place in the National
JuniorWomens 100-meter breast-
stroke event held here recently.
She is daughter of the Ken Yabes
of 2555 Dahlia st.
In the mens open event, Kuni
Mihara won first place for the
Boulder CC in the 200-meter free-
style event. His time was 2:26.2.
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Ft. Lupton.
Moravian barley: Jack Uno of
Roggen, 2nd Kevin Shironaka of
Ordway, son of the Harry Shi-
ronakas, received many awards in-
cluding, 2nd for yellow Spanish
onions, 1st for pickling cucum-
bers, 2nd in sorghum and corn
stalks.
Mrs. Mieko Mayeda of Brighton
took 1st for cauliflowers; Ann
Fujimoto of Alamosa won blue
ribbon award in the 4-H range
management II div. and Jane Aka-
hoshi of Ault won blue ribbon award
in the 1st yr. clothing div.
REPORT THEFT AT STORE
Roy Wanifuchi reported last
week that about $1,900 was stolen
from the vault in his store, Re-
liable Fruit Market at 1129-20th
st. Theft occured Sunday night
or early Monday.
THE FORUM
Sansei collegians are again trek-
king off to their campuses. A
Pittsburgh Univ. study of 440,000
9th and 12th graders proposed
choice of college majors shows
how they change. .Not so strange.
College students are also known to
do so.
The study showed that while 13%
of 9th grade boys think they will\
major in biological and physical
Sciences and math, only 9% of 12th
graders think so. Result of pre-
liminary exposures to grade school
classes in these subjects?
The study shows 1.9% of 9th
i grade and 4% of 12th grade boys
want to enter teaching professions
while for girls the preference was
8.2% and 11.8%, respectively.
Here's mild surprise: In the above
two grade categories, 2.2% and
9.3% of boys want to major in
commerce, while 7.4% and 11% of
girls propose to major in this
field. Only 1/2% of 12th grade
boys would major in theology.
Over 26% of boys and nearly 36%
of girls in 12th grade dont ex-
pect to go to college.
Concerned nisei parents might
well have wished that, out of raw
data for the study, selective analy-
sis could be made of their san-
sei children's academic prefer-
ences and aptitudes the better
to observe and to counsel them
in their choices.
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AREA CHAMP BOWLERS -
THEY'RE OFF TO BUFFALO
They're off to Buffalo, N.Y. -
the Caucasian Denver and Colo.
Springs bowling teams-to compete
later this month in the National
Bowling Match Game Doubles
championships.
Among those who were final-
ists in the local elimination series
recently was Ken Matsuda-Bill
Martin team. Matsuda, of 2341
Tremont pi., was the winner of
fabulous money and prize awards
last May when he became the first
300 bowler at plush Celebrity
Sports Center.
PROBATION OFFICER
Miss Yoshiko Kobayashi, Tokyo
family courts probation officer,
visited here with Miss Haruyo
Yamada, DU graduate student and
probation officer in the Nagano
City court, Japan. Miss Kobayashi,
who studied family court proce-
dures at East-West Center,
Hawaii, will enroll at Columbia
University in New York.
CHICAGO FATHER AND
SCW VISITORS HERE
Robert Kikuchi of Chicago and
his son, Jim, visiting with the
George Fujimotos, were visitors
at Denver Judo School. Jim has
been a student at Uptown Dojo
in Windy City for four years.
Of some 170 students at the
judo school, 50% are Caucasians.
A sizable proportion of Denver
Judo Schools 225 pupils are also
Caucasians. The local schools
pupil population a year ago was
about 115.
FAMILY COURT JUDGE
Raihaku Naito, chief judge of
Yokohama family court was a visi-
tor here last week-end. Having
visited domestic courts in Europe
and eastern U.S., he is enroute
home. It was reported that the
jurist, formerly administrative of-
ficer in that countrys Suprefne
Court, is a candidate for chief
judgeship of that court.
Mountain View Bukkyokai........$50
Enmanji Bukkyokai...............25
Hanford Bukkyokai..............100
Shoji Motoyama..................25
S&iahichi Yago................ 25
Moroku Suyehiro................. 10
Masakuni Iguchi................. 10
Hokkajinkai.................... 10
Ikuji Kumagai.................. 10
Fujiye Tobo.................... 20
Jukichi Okugawa.............. 10
Yoahito Tsuchimoto............. 10
Isamu Noaki.................... 10
Tora Hisamoto................... 5
Brighton Kyudofujinxai
THE BUDDHIST CHURCH(A)
Palo Alto Bukkyokai.............25
Ichiro Mikuni....................5
Shizuko Nagata..................25
Kana Furuya.....................10
Tsuyo Tanaka....................20
Toyoeuke Ogura..................JO
Mitaumasa Miyake................20
Greeley Bukkyo-Fujinkai........100
Sano Fuahimi................... lo
Toshio Shigetomi.............. 10
Shij iro Sakayama............... 5
Takamaru Kojima................100
Gardena Bukkyokai.............. 30
Hokubei Mainichi Sha........... 30
George Fujimoto............... 10
Mori Yoahi.................... 10
Kaaai-kuyoo-Hoyoo.
46.10 Tokiwa Nakaoka................ 10
Sakuju and Hiroshi Sato.........JO
Shiichi Fukuhara.............. 25
Hajime Yoahimura............... 20
Nagahiko Mizunaga.............. 20
Sono Yamada.................... 15
Maau Honda.................... 10
Chotaro Kishiyama.............. 10
Kazumi Furuta................. 10
Kei Chikuna................... 20
Sekiyo Nishikawa................10
Morizo Miyake.................. 20
Chicago Jodoshu-Kyokai..........20
Tsuya Kawaji................ 10
Kei Inagaki.................... 20
Alberta Bukkyokai(Canada)......200
Kazuichi Haehimoto..............50
Tatsuo Iwahashi................. 50
Shizu Fujii...................... 10
Hateume Fuji!.................... 10
Zenuyemon Sato...................20
Heieaburo Madokoro............... 20
Torakichi ttf&tanabe.............50
Chiyo Morishige................. 25
Eto Kitaj ima.....................10
Shigeo Yanaru................. 25
Santa Barbara Buktcyokai........25
Hideyo Kakuda................... 20
Louis Kakuda.................... 20
Inosuke Nagaki.................. 20
Frank Kinoshita................. 15
Shiga Aaano.................... JO
Sadami Doida.................... 25
HOW JACl "BRIDGES AND BUILDS"
-4- By Janet Okamura
"But perhaps even more important in the long
pull of history is that, what the JACL has ao-
eomplished here in the United States is living
proof to all the free peoples of the world, and
especially to those in the Far Bast who are so
important to us as a nation today, that the demo-
cratic way is best, for it makes possible the
correction of abuses and wrongs and achievement
of justice and redress on the basis of the com-
plete record and of individual merit, not race,
color, creed, or national origin*
"Ours is an imperfect democracy, it is true*
But the JACL has proved that it is a constantly
improving one which continually strives to forgs
an ever more perfect union."
JACL has bridgedit has linked the peoples
of two shores, one a small country far out in
the Pacific, the other a large and great natiai
known as the land of freedom and equality. It
has bridged the feelings and sentiments of all
toward the Japanese so that they are no longer
thought of as Japanese, hut as Americans, one
and the same, united in a strong bond of friend-
ship, trust, and understanding. JACL has built
it has laid the foundations for a strong and lo-
yal society of Americans, all united in allegi-
ance to the union of America. It has built___it
has provided a vast amount of privileges for
Japanese-Amerioans to live as free human being,
with every opportunity for a prosperous and
happy life. JACL is a flourishing memorial to
its slogan, "For better Americans in a great
America."
United hand in hand, all the peoples of the
great United States utter a prayer for a world
of peace and understanding and trusts Let us
pray that strength and courage abundant be given
to all who work for a world of reason and under-
standing; that the good that lies in every man's
heart may day by day be magnified; that men will
come to see more clearly not that which divides
them, but that whioh unites them; that each hour
may bring us closer to a final victory, not of
nation over nation, but of man over his own evils
and weaknesses; that the true spirit of joy, beau-
ty, hope, and above all abiding faith may live
may bring us closer to a final victory, not of
nation over nation, but of man over his own
evils and weaknesses; that the true spirit of
joy, beauty, hope, and above all abiding faith
may live among us; that the blessings of peace
be oursthe peaoe to build and grow, to live
in harmony and sympathy with others, and to
plan for the future with confidence. The End.
134 JAPANESE STUDENTS
ARRIVE FOR STUDY
One hundred thirty-four Japan-
ese high school seniors arrived in
Los Angeles on Japan Air Lines
to begin a year of study in high
schools throughout die U.S. under
the auspices of the American Field
Services.
The youngsters, from high
schools throughout Japan, will fan
out to virtually every state where
they will live with American fami-
lies and study in American high
schools.
LAFAYETTE
GREENHOUSE
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mt. tm-w
LAFAYETTE, COLORADO
'PHONE CA 5-5552
Water development leaders from Colorado and other states stand behind President Ken-
nedy at the White House as he prepares to sign into law Colorados Fryingpan Arkansas
Billturning a 30-year dream into reality. Left to right are Congressman J. Edgar Cheno-
weth; Kenneth Holum, Assistant Interior Secretary for Water and Power; Senator Thomas
H. Kuchel (Calif.); Publisher Frank S. Hoag, Jr., of the Pueblo Star-.Journal and Chief-
tain; Congressman Byron G. Rogers; Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall; Senator John A.
Carroll; Congressman Wayne N. Aspinall; and Senator Gordon Allott. I want to con-
gratulate the members of Congress whose foresight and untiring efforts have resulted in
the enactment of this legislation, the President said.
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