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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 23

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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 23
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Rocky Mountain Jiho
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Thursday, September 6, 1962
Page 1
a (MiluNTE
FOR DIStRICT
asephine Kamada of 2524
it., was named Democra-
s precinct committeewo-
Precinct 1801 in District
nnouncement, madebypar-
Iquarters last week, men-
no other nisei in her dis-
ir precinct. Her name, as
s those of other precinct
ates, will appear on ballot
icinct polling places in pri-
election Tuesday, Sept. 11.
iiEHShlP LwPS
m SITES
CAMP CHELEY
en students from three east
wer high schools attended Na-
nai Student Council Leadership
nference last week at Camp
leley, near Estes Park.
Sanseis in attendance included
erri Osuga of 2098 Clarkson st.,
nd Gordon Aoyagi of 2885 Dah-
ia st., from Manual High School.
A_T PINE CREST
Pine Crest Sixth annual junior
high school leadership camp here
at Pine Crest camp, last week
drew 28 students from east Den-
ver.
Delegates included; Neiko Hira-
kawa, 1431 Curtis st., and Dave
Okazaki, 3620 Gilpin st., from
Cole Junior High; Wesley Nakata
of 3340 Columbine st. and Gail
Takamine of 5522 E. 32nd ave.,
from Smiley junior High; Joyce
Kobayashi of 455 Forest st. from
Hill Junior High and Phil Kara-
kawa of 1209 E. Colfax ave., from
Morey Junior High,
DENVERITES. THIS IS HOW TT FEELS to snatch victory in the annual
nisei baseball tournament. Invading Ogden crew, with big smiles all
around, includes; Mgr.-Capt. Tubby Okuda, lb; Dick Matsuno, 3b;
George Horiuchi, 3b; Dennis Miya, ss; Tom Hori, c; Max Hirai, p;
Tomo Miya, rf; Sal Okuda, cf; Koji Inouye, 3b; Dick Hamada, If;
Roy Endo, ut.f; Sam Yamamoto, ut. o.f.; Richard Aoki, ut. infielder.
INWiUfo OGLEn BALL TEaH TRIUHPhS OVER
OEMVER MERCHANTS NO. 1 BY SCORE OF 9-8
MAY UMEMOTO-J OHN
NAKAMURA TROTH TOLD
Mr. and Mrs. Seisaku Umemoto
of 1026-29th st. have revealed
the betrothal of their daughter.
May, to John Nakamura of 3540
St. Paul st., son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Sera. Betrothal was disclosed
to friends at dinner party at the
Lotus Room. Baishakunins are
Messrs, and Mmes. Eijiro Kawa-
mura and Takeshi Hayashida.
Bride-to-be is employed at Mc-
Kesson Robbins Co., the groom-to
-be at Booth Fishery Co.
PHOENIX VISITOR SPEAKS
AT CHURCH SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Kiichi Sagawa
of Phoenix, Ariz., visited with the
Rev. and Mrs. Richard K. Hirami
and spoke to members of Inde-
pendent Church. Also, the visitor
officiated at a memorial service
for the late Rev. junro Kashiya
of the denomination who died A.ug.
10 in Hawaii.
SEE RICE $CM>AL
In Houston, Tex., lastweek.U.S.
Attorneys office sought to arrest
several persons indicted by Fed-
eral Grand Jury for misuse of
rice acreage allotments.
One man was arrested for plot-
ting a scheme to sell rice acre-
age allotments to farmers, an-
other, a non-farmer, for posing as
a farmer willing to sell his rice
allotments. Legitimate rice allot-
ments are administered by U.S.
Agricultural Dept, for farmers
growing rice.
Invading Ogden team defeated
Merchants No. 1, 9-8 Sunday to
capture the annual nisei baseball
tournament and trophy at Weltpn
Park diamond.
In the tournament series, Og-
den def. Simpson church, 18-2;
Merchants No, 2 def. Cheyenne,
27-3; Busseis def. Brighton, 25-0;
Welby def. Greeley, 9-5 and Mer-
chants No. 1 def. Ft. Lupton, 10-5.
In the second round Ogden def.
Merchants No. % 14-10; Busseis
def. Welby, 15-12. in consolation
round, Brighton def. Cheyenne,
17-6; Greeley def. Ft. Lupton,
23-20; Simpson church def. Brigh-
ton, 12-11.
Lee Iwata of the Nisei Baseball
League, Harry Ariki, GeorgeGoto,
Bill Ghikuma, A1 Nakata and Tad
Yamamoto.
TOBO OUTSTANDING
K1MURA PROMISING
Henry Tobo, catcher for Mer-
chants No. 1 team was awarded
outstanding player trophy at an-
nual nisei baseball tournament at
Welton Park Sunday. TomKimura,
age 16, was given the most pro-
mising player trophy, having play-
ed for Busseis as pitcher, out-
fielder and first baseman. He con-
nected with 12 hits in 15 times
at bat in three games. Ogden's
Max Hirai, pitcher, was given the
MIYAKE-SHIGETA wedding
DATE IS ANNOUNCED
Miss Florence Miyake will be-
come the bride of Everett Shigeta
December 22 at Tri-State Bud-
dhist church, it was disclosed.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M, Miyake of Alamosa, is
medical technologist at Rose Me-
morial hospital. The groom, senior
architectural student at C.U., is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sanzo
Shigeta of Pueblo,
AN INSULT! SAYS
SENATOR CARROLL
The following is a portion of
statement made last week by Sen.
John A. Carroll of Colo, in the
U.Sp Serfete, Wash., D.C. object-
ing to Internal Rev. Bureaus rul-
ing that evacuation claims pay-
ments shall be treated as income
for tax purposes:
This is obviously unfair. This is
the government adding insult to
injury. This is the government
taking back, in the form of taxes,
money which the Congress has de-
termined is due in simple justice
to our Japanese-American citi-
zens.
For this reason, I am pleased
to join the Senator from Califor-
nia in encouraging adoption of this
amendment. This provides that
these payments shall not be con-
sidered as taxable income by the
Internal Revenue Service.
2 On Europe To*.
New York City, London, Ams-
terdam, Cologne, Vienna, Istan-
bul, Athens, Rome, Geneva, Paris,
Madrid, Lisbon and back to New
York in seven weeks. That is
partial itinerary of Misses Masako
Takayoshi, R.N., night supervisor
at Colo. Gen. Hosp., and Chiye
Horiuchi, on the staff at USAF
Finance Center. They leave Den-
ver Sept. 7.
TOR1ZAWA RECOVERS
Frank Torizawa, owner of
Granada Fish Market, was recent-
ly released from 10-day confine-
ment at St. Lukes hospital.
wane teachers for autu#i school term
Denver public school teachers
for this fall term include the
following: Corey School, Kiyomi
Nishi; Cowell school, Mary Ariki;
Crofton school, Irene Osuga; and
Tournament officials who as- _ , ,, , ^ ,
, . . , _ - most valuable player trophy
sisted m die games included: Pres.
at Gilpin school, Philip Miyazawa;
Harrington, Michi Ando and Madge
Ichikawa.
Other schools and teachers as-
signed to them are: Knapp, Lily
Kataoka, Yoshinao Oka; Mitchell,
Kiyoko Omoto, secretary; Palmer,
Joe Ariki; Remington, Katherine
Nakaoka; Sabin, Marjorie Kawano;
Wyman, Dorothy FunakosM; Sher-
man, Deanna Matsumoto; Swansea,
Tsako Okaw; Columbine, Rose
Tanaka.
Junior high schools: Cole, Kate
Ariki, Margaret Matsunaga; Hor-
ace Mann, Mikyo Matsuura; Kep-
ner, Bob Maruyama; Smiley, Merle
Imamoto and Alice Ogura; Sayoko
Takata; Thomas Jefferson, Pat
Marumoto.
STOCKTun-BOKiM N/WaL ARCHITECT VISITOR
wife's grandparents, the Shiichi
Fukuharas of 4860 $. Inca st. The
Englewood A Stockton, Calif.-
born naval architect described
problems involved in customer-
approach and selling techniques in-
volved in selling ships admit-
tedly tougher than selling hot, sleek
'62 model cars to customers.
The visitor last week was Ta-
motsu Sakata, visiting with his
naval architect has been working
in the New York office of Kure,
Japan, Shipbuilding and Engineer-
ing Co., Ltd. Graduate of Hiro-
shima Technical College, his New
York office is sales outlet for
North, Central and South Ameri-
cas.
v smmmmtMmr-
ATTENDANT TRAINEE AT STATE HOME
During die past summer at State Home and Training School, Wheat-
ridge, Bryan Yamaguchi, second from left, served as attendant trainee.
Class instructor was Lucile Bromley, standing behind the sansei,
sophomore pre-medical student at C.U., and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, 2242 Osceola su, Mrs. Yamauchi, R.N., is night
supervisor at the school.
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ODOW TOPS GOLF CLUB
HANDICAP ROSTER
Terno Odow topped revised
handicap roster issued recently by
Mile Hi Golf Club for its 46
players.
REVISED HDCP. ROSTER
1. T. Odow 6
z. 0. Fujiaaki 8
3. S* Ito 8
4. G. Nagai 8
4* D. Yamamoto 8
6* To Ito 9
7. T. Kawauo 9
8o S. Madokoro 9
9* T. May* da 9
10* R. Aral 10
11. B. Lossaso 10
12* J. Hauamura 11
13. B* Miyamoto 11
14. S* Kumagai 12
IE. Sets Ito 13
16. Y. Nakayama 15
17. J. Chlkuma 14
18. K. Kodema 14
19. I. Matsuda 14
a). K. Sakamoto 14
a. S* Tr ji 14
22. T. Teraaaki 14
25* F. Tori zawa 14
91. G. Koraaru 15
25. D. Tanabo 15
26. S* Tarada 15
27* J. Kimura 16
26. P. Morishige 16
29 o Y. Ito 17
3). T. Komaru 17
SLo T. Mateumotc 17
32. B. Mayoda 17
33. S* Torasaki 17
34. C. Yamaguchi 17
36* T* Hikida 18
36* P. Shibata 18
37* S. Salto 16
38. M. Yoshimura 18
39. G. Nakamura 19
4). M* Matsunaga 19
41. S. Suyehiro 19
42. E. Yamamoto 19
43. H. Shibao 20
44* P. Terada 20
45. J* Masuria ga 23
46. F. Fujita 27

BASEBALL PLAYER
Boulder Eddie Nozawa was
member of Remington-Rand Co.'s
Univacs baseball team which last
week won the sofe-ball tournament
playoff against Rayback Plumbing
Co. team.
At The Glen Eyrie
Colorado Springs Once the site
of fierce Ute Indians' tribal coun-
cils, the fabulous Glen Eyrie, a
Tudor-styled castle was the home
of developer-benefactor, the Civil
War General William Jackson Pal-
mer.
Today, it houses a religious
training center called The Navi-
gators. Students come here from
all over the world to receive
training. Among them now is Miss
Yumiko Seno from the Swedish
Evangelical Alliance organization
in Tokyo, Japan, where she has
worked for ten years.
SOIL SCIENTIST
U. S Dept, of Agriculture soil
scientist, James Hagihara and his
family from Las Vegas, Nev., were
visiting with Mrs. Takino Taka-
matsu last weekend. The visitors
were enroute to Alliance, Nebr.
where the soil scientist's mother,
Mrs. Mitsugi Hagihara, resides.
FLORIDANS VISITORS
The Charles Varneys from
Gainesville, Fla.,neeYoshikoAri~
ki, are visiting the Joe Arikis.
2 GIkLS MUSICIANS
Aspen Hisako Tokue, violin-
ist, and Yuko Yamaguchi, pian-
ist, were soloists recently at the
final student concert played at the
amphitheater. Miss Tokue played
Mozarts First Movement No. 5
and Miss Yamaguchi played Pro-
kofiePs Concerton No. 3.
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
Harry's Flower Shop
WF 'J< $ Vc
~ Home. Address
HARRY YANARI, Proprietors
510 Fifteenth Street
Bus. CH. 4-35*6
f8(U Depew
Denver 12, Colo.
Res. GE. 3-1770
PLSASE SEND ME
T?.?!? ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
BOX 1073
DENVER 1, COLORADO
My name is
Address
City
Zone
State
Enclosed please find check for:
Six months $3.50
One Year $6.50
HONORING COLORADO VISITORS TO JAPAN, the State flag is shown
being readied by a Japan Air Lines cabin crew for permanent dis-
play at Tokyo International Airport. The goodwill gesture is in re-
cognition of the increasing number of people from Colorado visiting
Japan each year. Purser Hiroyasu Yoshida is assisted by hostesses
(left to right) Yoko Endo, Kimiko Okuhara and Setsuko Kitazato.
HOSTS TC COLLEGE-
Boulder The roll of ivy-league
and near- ivy league colleges in
which the visitors are enrolling
this autumn would make a col-
lege-bound sansei's mouth water.
Dr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Akima last
week were dinner hosts at their
home for students from Japan who
finished summer orientation cour-
ses at C.U. Guests included fol-
lowing and the colleges which they
will enter: Takeo Tanaka, Univ. of
Tenn.; HikomitsuTsujimura, Univ.
of Calif.; Yasuo Murata, Stanford;
Yukio Kikuchi, Michigan State;
Shunpei Kumon, Indiana Univ.;
CITE "HOST COURTEOUS
He is an even-tempered bridge
player, readily forgives his part-
ner's disastrous actions, kindles
feeling that even the most tense
round is but a game, intended pri-
marily to be enjoyed by partners,
as well as opponents. He is the
courteous player.
The designation, "The Most
STUDENTS
Akira Kanno, Yale; Yasushi Toda
and Michiko Nemoto the lone
coed, Harvard. Other guests in-
cluded Dr. Akima's co-workers at
National Bureau of Standards,
Akira Takahira and MasashiKa-
KENNEDY HOUSING BIAS
ORDER IS PREDICTED
Washington Atty. Gen. Robert
F. Kennedy says Pres. Kennedy
may issue an executive order be-
for Jan. 1 banning racial, religious,
ethnic discrimination in rental of
federally subsidized low-rent
housing.
BRIDGE FLAYER"
Courteous Player", and a plaque,
was awarded by the Denver Unit
of American Contract Bridge Lea-
gue Pres. Mary Seep to Dr. Tom
Kobayashi last week at Summer
Sectional Tournament staged at
Denver-Hilton hotel. The physician
has been member of the 800-mem-
ber league for about 10 years.
WELCOME TO
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ENGINEER ENROLLED
AS PHYSICS TRAINEE
Henry Hoshiko, Jr., son of Henry
Hoshikos of 3200 W. Fairview
Place, is employed at the West-
inghouse plant in Pittsburgh, where
he is enrolled in the physics train-
ing program. He received en-
gineering degree in June at C.U.
C.U. Graduates
C.U. summer term graduates at
Boulder, were 713 graduates re-
ceived degrees, included these
persons: Richard Yasuo Joko of
Denver, B.A.; Herbert Nishikawa
of Hawaii, M.S.; and from Japan,
Toshio Nakayama from Hokkaido,
Ph.D.; and Harumasa Ito from To-
kyo, M.S.
COED ENROLLING AT C.U.
WINS SCHOLARSHIP
Hire Tsubokawa, graduate of
East High and enrolling at C.U.
extension deivision in Denver is
recipient of scholarship presented
to her by Alpha Gamma Chi sor-
ority of the university.
She is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Yozan Tsubokawa, edi-
tor of the Rocky Mountain Jiho.
REV. GOTO PERFORMS
MARRIAGE CEREMONY
Friends here learned that the
Rev. Taro Goto, superintendent
of Japanese Methodist churches
recently performed wedding cere-
mony at First Methodist Church
in Santa Monica, Calif, for his son,
Marc's marriage to the former
Miss Grace Abe.
THE FORUM
Hunched over on the bench, be-
tween groups of gay, twittering lit-
tle sansei girls, an aged issei
gazed at boys practicing at the
Denver judo school the other night.
He looked off at the ceiling, ab-
sent-mindedly shook his head, and
recalled that bitterly cold, starry
night in Laramie, Wyo.
It happened up there on First
street then fronting the old rail-
road depot, 40 years ago. A clus-
ter of mackinawed issei boys walk-
ed softly, cautiously, a few of them
backwards, behind the backs of
their companions, straining their
eyes to catch glimpses of move-
ment along the deserted, dark sta-
tion building's wall.
Suddenly, they came out, from
under the deserted baggage wa-
gons along.the building, and from
across the street. One of the look-
outs, walking backward, whispered
excitedly, "Sora kita!"
For the desperate young isseis,
the agony of waiting ended quickly
as the attackers pounced on them.
The fearful melee was over in 10
or 15 minutes. One of the issei
boys held his stomach, another
his head, where they were hit. But
their burly foes were either
sprawled on the sidewalk, or tot-
tering away. The exhausted issei
judoists declined to pursue.
"That's how it used to be up
in Laramie," the issei recalled.
As he watched a Caucasian young-
ster down a sansei opponent on
the mat, he muttered. "And now
they also know judo." He shook
his head, thought for moment,
brightened. "But all in all, this
is a good thing. A good thing
for boys everywhere."
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AULT GIRL WINS RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP
AT PUEBLO STATE FAIR DRESS REVUE
Pueblo Competing against the
most fashion-minded and finger-
nimblest teenagers of the state,
1*>-year-old Julia Rae Morita of
Ault Junior High School won re-
serve championship award atState
Fair's 4-H dress revue. Congra-
tulated, she said: "I was just
shocked!"
Career? Go to college, gradu-
ate, and become a clothing buy-
er, Julia replied promptly.
Her prize-winning outfit? A
green tweed wool suit designed
for winter and early spring wear.
NEW CFTIZENS AT COLO.
SPRINGS SWORN IN
Colorado Springs Three Ja-
panese women were among 41
new American citizens who re-
ceived their citizenship papers
in the ceremony last week at the
District Court.
They were: Kazuko Muranishi
Ruiz of 1030 North Custer ave.,
Tomiko Hagihara Jackson of 806
Cimarron st., and Miyuko Take-
moto Gengel of 609 N. Wahsatch
ave.
COLORADO WINTER WHEAT
SHIPPED TO JAPAN
First shipload of Colorado win-
ter wheat sailed out of Stockton,
Calif., to Japan last week, it was
reported. The arrangement calls
for shipment of 20 million bushels
at $1.80 a bushel.
This type of bread wheat used
in Japan was exported by Canada
until now.
Institute Reports
On Foreign Visitors
A total of 572 foreign leaders
and specialists visited here dur-
ing the past year, including 28
from Japan, it was disclosed by
the Insitute of International Edu-
cation.
The foreign leaders were taken
on tours of Denver area by the
institute's cooperating volunteers.
It has been the procedure of the
organization to ask for local Ja-
panese individuals and families to
entertain visitors from Japan.
Sponsoring agencies include the
U. S. State Department, which
usually assigns, when necessary,
issei and nisei interpreters to ac-
company visitors from that coun-
try.
KIHARA SERVICES HELD
Funeral services were held last
v/eek for the late Ferry Kihara
of Delta at Howard's Park Ave.
mortuary. Interment will be in
Delta.
RESIDENCE PURCHASED
Arvada Joe M. Ozaki recent-
ly purchased a home at 6713 West
53rd avenue, it was reported.
HOME PURCHASED
Arvada Yoshio Shirane was
reported to have purchased a home
at 6285 Yukon st.
FaRm CONSULTANTS
Brighton Seiji Horiuchi, to-
gether with James Kishiyama and
Dick Beltner have formed part-
nership to establish their com-
pany, theAgriculturalConsultants,
inc.
Horiuchi, who has been handling
customer accounts involving ir-
rigation, soil and fertilizer pro-
blems, expanded his business ac-
tivities in Brighton, Ft. Lupton
and Greeley.
SERGEANT FROM GERMANY
Master Sgt. Carl Ichikawa of
U.S. Army and his family were
visitors here last week. Enroute
to Seattle, he and his family were
in Germany where he had been
stationed for 38 months.
INJURED IN ACCIDENT
Masayuki Tochihara, who sus-
tained three broken ribs in an
auto accident, mid-August, had
been brought in to Colo. General
Hospital. Accident occurred near
Boulder during rainstorm.
FRATERNITY YIELDS
TO UNIVERSITY
Boulder C.U.'sPhiDeltaTheta
fraternity's national convention
last week announced revision of its
rules to comply with the univer-
sity's anti-discrimination regula-
tions.
The fraternity had failed, until
last week, to notify university of-
ficials that it does not bar any
student on the basis of race, creed
or color. But Phi Delta Theta,
it was reported, was only one of
37 social fraternities and sorori-
ties that failed to certify non-
discrimination against non-white
students.
RECOVERS FROM INJURY
Neebo Nakayama of 1728 W.
35th avenue, who had been con-
fined to Mercy Hospital as re-
sult of injuries sustained in an
auto accident, was released.
HE PLEAD GUILTY
Boulder Masuo Toji, 28, a re-
sident here, last week pleaded guil-
ty in the municipal court to creat-
ing disturbance. He was fined $100,
of which $50 was suspended.
Patrolman William Cumming's
report said Toji failed to stop
his car at a stop sign. When Cum-
mings stopped him, the patrolman
said, Toji cursed him and tried to
provoke the officer into hitting him.
MRS. KOSUGE BACK FROM
FAIR AND A WEDDING
Mrs. Some Kosuge of 3210 W.
Fairview PL returned last week
from a busy holiday in Seattle
where she attended the Japanese
Methodist Conference, theWorld's
Fair and the wedding of Bright
Hoshiko to the former Miss
Yoshiye Jinguchi.
WRITES IN JAPANESE
Boulder Writing in Japanese,
a Korean tungsten mining engine-
er last week sent a letter to the
local Chamber of Commerce.
Writer of the letter was the
Korean, Chae Byonglk, manager of
the Okgang Mining Co. inPohngwa,
Korea. Ik, who said his mine out-
fit is the second largest in his
country, needs American technical
assistance and advice on electri-
fication of the mine properties,
modernization of the equipment,
improvement of the mining town
where workers live. It was not
immediately known as to who.
translated die letter for the Cham-
ber of Commerce.
ZOOLOGIST VISITOR HERE
Miss Kaori Kato from Tokyo,
zoology student at Univ. of Calif.,
Berkeley, visited here last-week*
She was enroute, to Philadelphia
to attend a zoological ednvention.
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THYMPATHY DONATIONS FOR THE BUDDHIST CHURCH (5)
Tacoma Bukkyokai.......
Kahei Sadahiro.........
Kiyoshi Nakata.........
Jinbei Fujino..........
Denver Bukkvo Seikatai
Hatsuyo Kanda..........
Yasuna Torisawa........
Kaoru Kajiwara.........
Tsutaye Kushihashi....
Kumozo Sugiyama........
Sawaye Hirokswa........
Y. Tatsuno(Dr.)........
Eijiro Hayashi.........
Fred Miyamoto..........
Isajiro Uyeno..........
Hatsuki Tashiro........
T&daahi Nakata.........
Tamano Miyazaki........
Howard Oda.....*.......
Michi Yamamoto.........
Roy Mizunuma...........
Shigeji Arai........
Seiichi Namba..........
Daisuke Migaki.........
Jukiehi N&ca;jima.....
Ounichi Shimoda........
Greeley Kyudokai.......
Yonekichi Takeuchi....
Susumu Yasuzawa........
Sto Tani...............
Tadso Fu.iimoi:o.......
Kazuma Mikawa..........
Yotsro Takeshita......
Henry Nabeshlma........
Stanley Okamoto........
Shigeru Okamobo........
Yaye Kawakami..........
Gregon Bukkvokai.......
Harry Yansx*i........
Kazuo Yoshimura......
Shigeru Yoshimura....
Jiro Sumada..........
iviokuzo Tamura.
Shige Fujinami........
K. Saiki.............
* Tsuyo. Saifco.........
Taki Kino ahita....
Tama Pu.iiba.......
Kinnosukft Goto....
So.iiro Yoritomo....
ivTatsuji Uyehata. ..
Tomizo Miyamoto....
Ka zuichi hoshi ] ima
Denver bukkyo YBL..
S. Ujifuss.......
Kainekichi Shimogaki
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10 Sum3.no Nagata
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