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NO. 24, WEINESD4Y, SEPTEMBER 12, IS62
PAGE 1
ARCHITECT AMONG
EXPERTS FOR SURVEY
A nisei architect from Saskatch-
ewan, Canada, was among the ex-
perts who began this week a sur-
vey of Colorado mental institu-
tions and mental health programs
conducted by National Institute of
Mental Health at request of Gov.
Steve McNichols. The Canadian
architect on die team is K. Izumi.
SLATE ART EXHIBIT
Jolliffe Importers, Inc., in Hil-
ton Hotel, will present an art ex-
hibit at its establishment in the
south lobby on Sept. 14-15. Ancient
and modem Oriental art treasures,
many of them purchased by Jolliffe
on his recent trip to Hong Kong and
japan. Items may be purchased on
either day of exhibition.
Arkansas Valley
Pioneer Passes Away
Rocky Ford A pioneer farmer
in Arkansas Valley, Sadakichi Har-
ada died recently and the Rev. Y.
Tamai of Tri-State Buddhist
Church in Denver officiated at fun-
eral services held for him at the
Ustick Funeral Home. Burial was
at Valley View Cemetery.
The deceased is survived by
Mitsu and Yugi Harada and Mrs.
Sachiko Hirakata of Rocky Ford,
Mrs. Betty Kitashima of Wash-
ington, D.C.; Henry Harada of
Lovington, N. Mex.; Mrs. Teruko
Sboji of Denver, Miss Kazuko Har-
ada of New York City, and Miss
Miyeko Harada of Allentown, Pa.
PTA AT EVANS RESUMES
AUTUMN ACTIVITIES
Evans The Parents Teacher
Association of the local school
met last week to plan its ac-
tivities for the year. Its secretary
is Mrs. Noble Taziri.
ADVENTIST RETREAT
HELD AT GLACIER VIEW
The Rev. Alfred Okohira and
parishoners of Japanese Seventh
Day Adventist Church participated
last week-end in annual religious
retreat at the denominational camp
located in Glacier View.
WELCOME HOME SCOUTS
A grand summer tour and par-
ticipation in the international jam-
boree in Japan concluded, 15 Den-
ver Boy Scouts and their leaders,
Frank Nakagawa and Sam Suekama,
returned to their homes Sunday.
They will be given a welcome
home dinner Sunday, 2 p.m., at
Fuji-en by Regional JACL and
Denver Takayama City committee,
headed by Min Yasui and Mrs.
Elizabeth Rose, respectively.
Parents of Scouts who have re-
turned and public are urged to
attend. Reservations should be
made with the JACL office. CH
4-2239, by Friday, Sept. 14. Dinner
charge will be $5.00 per person.
RECEPTION HELD FOR
MR. AND MRS. OGASAWARA
Kenzo Ogasawara recently in-
vited friends to dinner at Ake-
bono restaurant to meet his wife
whom he recently married in Ja-
pan. He is publisher of the Ja-
panese newspaper, Colorado
Times.
EXHIBIT PAlfflIMGS
One of Japans foremost paint-
er, Koen Nakaya, will exhibit his
paintings at Castle-West, inc.,
2364 East 3rd ave., at Cherry
Creek shopping center, it was
announced by Miss Gloria Jones of
the interior design establishment.
The showing which began Monday,
closes Oct. 10.
The artist returned last week
from exhibition of his paintings at
trade fair in Salt Lake City.
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LABOR DAY BASEBALL TOURNEY AWARD WINNERS Tom Kimura,
named most promising player, is Bussei team pitcher, outfielder,
1st baseman, hitter; Paul Fukuma, manager of Simpson Methodist
Church team which won consolation trophy by defeating Brighton and
Greeley; and Henry Tobo, catcher for Merchants No. 1, named most
outstanding player.
ISSEI AND NISEI SCIENTISTS ON FACULTY
AH) RESEARCH STAFF AT UNIVERSITY
Fort Collins Colo. State Uni-
versity, which begins its fall term
Sept. 24, is expected to receive
some 50 nisei and mostly sansei
students.
Faculty members and the col-
lege's vast agricultural extension
service program includes the fol-
lowing; Miss Adeline Kano, B.S.,
U. of Nebr., assistant chemist;
Susumu Karaki, M.S., assistant
civil engineer; John K. Matsu-
shima, livestock nutritionist, who
received Ph.D. from Univ. of
Minn., M.S. and B.S. degrees from
C.S.U., Nagayoshi Oshima, PhJD.,
junior plant parthologist; Frank S.
Watanabe,. M.S., hydraulic en-
gineer.
Others are Keichi Nakamoto,
photographer, who received Mg
bachelor and master of fine arts
degrees from Ohio State Univer-
sity; and Kenzo Seo, mathmetic-
ian, who received B.S, degree from
Tokyo University, and hisM.S. and
Ph.D. degrees from Purdue Uni-
versity.
7 CHILDREN, FAMILIES
AT ANNIVERSARY REUNION
Mr. and Mrs. Yuzo Honda's
golden wedding anniversary dinner
last week at Fuji-En was the oc-
casion for their reunion with their
seven children and their families.
The couple were married in San
Francisco by the late Methodist
minister. Rev. Zenro Hirota. At-
tending the reunion were these
children and their families :Mmes.
Joyce Thompson and Ruth Yamau-
chi of Denver, Mrs. James Ta~
guchi from Dayton, Ohio; Oliver
Honda of Gardena, Calif., Mmes.
Mary Suzuki and Viola Suguhara
from New York City, and Miss
Georgiana Honda, who teaches
school for children of U.S. troops
in Germany.
KEENESBURG GRADE
SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR
Miss Nancy Funakoshi will teach
second graders at Keenesburg
grade school, the county public
school system announced.
CAMPUS DAYS ARE BACK AGAIN
Mho's Going To Much College
Summer days are over and cam-
pus days are back. Here are some
of them who are journeying back .
to school, together with some notes
on how they passed their summer
vacation:
Kay Mura, clerked in art dept,
of Denver Public School system,
junior at Pomona College, Calif.,
majoring in English, planning to
spend part of the year in college
in Japan. Steve Osuga, clerked
at Granada Fish Co., 3rd year
dental student at Univ. of St. Louis,
Mo. Arthur Yasuda, sophomore, at
Dartmouth College, way up there
in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Mike Hosokawa, graduate stu-
dent, Univ. of Ore., Susan Masu-
shige, took summer session cour-
ses at C.U. extension, sophomore
at Pepperdine College, Los An-
geles. Joe Ozaki, helped at family
grocery store, pre-med. junior at
Columbia Univ., New York. Janet
Okamura, worked at Tasty Foods,
took C.U. extension div. courses,
-Continued to page 2.-
JAPANESE LANGUAGE
CLASS AT INSTITUTE
Japanese language class, taught
by Mrs. Iona Nelson at Interna-
tional House, 1600 Logan st*, will
begin on Sept. 26 and on each
Wednesday thereafter at 7:30 p,m.
Both beginners and intermediate
classes in the language will be
taught.
HOME ON ELMIRA STREET
Henry H. Higaki has purchased
a home at 2332 Elmira street in
Aurora.
SENATE AND HOUSE
APPROVE EXEMPTION
Announcement from Senator
John A. Carroll, D., Colo.;
Recently I sent you a copy of a
statement which I made on the Sen-
ate floor in which 1 co-sponsored
an amendment offered by Senator
Kuchel to the Revenue Act of 1962.
This amendment provides that all
payments made pursuant to the
Japanese American Evacuation
Claims Act of 1948 will be non-
taxable.
1 am pleased therefore to tell
you that the Senate on August
30th approved this proposal to
exempt these payments from taxa-
tion. The House has also approved
the proposal and lam hopeful that
it will soon be part of the law of
the land.
CHEST SURGEON VISITS
WITH HIS MOTHER HERE
Mrs. Chitose Iritani of 2544
Champa st. last week was visit-
ed by her son, Dr. Roy Iritani,
and his family.
The physician, who completed
six-year residency in general and
chest surgery in Cincinnati, Ohio,
and passed American Board of
Surgery examinations, is taking his
family to Honolulu where he will
practice medicine.
Hot Campaign For
Two Seats In House
Brighton Three Republicans,
Seiji Horiuchi, partner in the firm,
Agricultural Consultants. Inc.,
William Kinney and Robert Ton-
sing, bid for two state House of
Representative seats in primary
election Tuesday.
Horiuchi unsuccessfully sought
state Senate election in 1960. He
appeared in Republican political
rally Friday at Northglenn Junior
High School, together with other
party candidates for Adams county
and state positions.
Shigin Recital To
Be Annual Affair
About 60 men and women will
sing at first annual combined sh'i-
gin recital Sunday, 3:30 p.m. at
Tri-State Buddhist Church. They
are members of Kinyu Kai and
Kokusei Kai Denver branch, of
which Yutaka Inai and EijiroKawa-
mura are respective chairmen.
Program participants include:
Hajime Kawamura, master of
ceremonies for dai isshila, greet-
ings by Inai, Kenzo Ogasawara,
Seishiro Nakamura, Yozan Tsu-
bokawa; response by TetsuroSato.
Program includes shimai withfol-
lowing participants: Mmes. Nobuyo
Kumagai, Kogiku Hamada, Hatsuko
Menda and Tsunemi Totsugi.
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C/WPUS DAYS ARE BACK AGAIN
-Continued from page 1.-
sophomore, Colo. College, Colo.
Springs. Floyd Ito, worked at De-
nargo Box Co., junior at Colo.
School of Mines, Golden. Clyde
Nitta, worked at Associated Gro-
cers Co., sophomore, Colo. State
Univ. Cheryl Fukuhara, worked at
Bars Are Removed
Boulder It depends on what's
meant by the term socially ac-
ceptable," a term used in na-
tional constitution of Phi Delta
Theta fraternity with reference
to pledging any potential mem-
ber, but with particular reference
to non-white students. The phrase
bothered CU officials as it re-
lates to pledging policy of the
fraternity's chapter here.
This constitutional provision,
will not be reviewed by the fra-
ternity until its next convention
in 1964. Meanwhile, CU removed
the campus chapter's suspension
when it agreed, finally, not to bar
any student on the basis of race,
creed or color. The 36 other
social fraternities and sororities
had earlier agreed to this uni-
versity requirement.
Denver Post, sophomore at D.U.
The following worked at Kody
Kodama's Fresh Veg. Pkg. Co.:
Carol Uyemura, sophomore at
C.S.C., Greeley; Judy Saito, junior
at C.U.; Patty Tsukamoto, sopho-
more at C.U.: Jackie Suyama,
sophomore at C.S.C.; Eddie Ma-
yeda, junior at C.U. extension;
Doug Uyemura, firstyear atNorth-
western University dental school,
Evanston, 111.
The following are returning to
C.U.; Kay Osuga, worked at gar-
dening, sophomore. Bryan Yamau-
chi, trainee at Ridge Home, pre-
med. sophomore. Patsy Agatsuma,
worked in insurance company of-
fice, C.U. nursing school. Don
Motoyoshi, worked at Assoc. Gro-
cers, sophomore.
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background, and accustomed to meeting the
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For appointment call Mr. Alcorn at 623-5576
between 9-11 A.M.

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Recap Of.Annual Nisei Baseball Battle
Shows Merchants Got 8 Runs 0n 9 Hits
CALENDAR ,
Thurs., Sept. 13, 8 p.m., atTri-
State BuddhistChurch, free lecture
by Rev. Iru Price of San Francis-
co Buddhist Fellowship.
Sun., Sept. 16, Citizenship Day
program at Civic Center. Min
Yasui to represent JACL. Public
welcome.
Sun., Sept. 16, 2 p.m., welcome
home dinner for Boy Scouts re-
turned from Japan, at Fuji-En.
Sun., Sept. 16, 3:30 p.m., Shi-
gin recital at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Sun., Sept. 23, 8 p.m., Sr. MYF-
Wesleyan benefit movie, Quo Va-
dis," at Simpson Church, to raise
funds for trip to Ontario, Ore.,
Northwest Youth Conf.
Botanist Explains
His Work To Group
Dr. Yoshio Matsumura, botan-
ist at Colo. State University, Ft.
Collins, addressed members at
Japanese IndependentChurch, 2250
Tremont PI., where the Rev. Rich-
ard Hirami is pastor. The botan-
ist also participated in zadan kai
Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Yozan Tsubokawa, 3011 Dex-
ter st.
VISITORS IN DENVER
Three visitors from Tokyo Uni-
versity were entertained lastweek
by the Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan
Fjuita. They were Dr. Susumu
Kuraishi, assistant professor;
Kunio Kawarada, anthropoligist;
and Hiroshi Imada, all of whom
are enroute to University of Iowa.
RIKKYO UNIVERSITY
Following two-year study at Uni-
versity of Michigan, Junichi Saka-
guchi visited here last week, en-
route home where he will rejoin
the faculty at Rikkyo University,
Tokyo.
Another visitor here was Yoshio
Yamada, enroute to University of
Oklahoma, where he will study
business administration on a one-
year scholarship. He is in the
staff of Sumitomo Electric In-
dustry, Tokyo.
In the recent tournament title
game, Merchants No. 1 blasted out
8 runs on 9 hits, with 2 errors,
while Ogden collected 9 runs on
7 hits and three errors. *
NBL President Lee Iwala also
noted that the Merchants' 14 play-
ers included: Eugene Tochihara
and Homer Iwata, p.; Henry Tobo,
c.; Bill Tobo, lb; Larry Ume-
tani, 2b and p.; Yosh Nago, 3b
and out f.; A1 Apo, ss; Felix Iwata,
If; Mickey Shiramizu, of; Harold
Sasaki, of; Jay Kitsutaka, of-cf;
Carl Inagaki, of; Fred Ikeya, lb.
Lincoln Shibao of CSU, pitcher,
left the game with dislocated knee,
which, after, hot pack treatment,
popped back into position, Iwata
said.
CONSOLATION ROUND
WINNER'S ROSTER HERE
Players on Simpson Methodist
Church's baseball team which won
consolation trophy in Labor Day
tourney by defeating Brighton 12-
11 were: Tom Doizaki, Harry Iwa-
kiri, Art Koyano, Mas Nonaka,
Bruce Kamada, Mel Shimono, Ken
Takahashi, Ron Fox, Yosh Ogino,
Toots Tsutsui, Paul Fukuma, Mark
Hagiya, Ichiro Fujita and Tom Ki-
shiyama.
JUDGE CROP EXHIBIT
Ault Chuck Urano, Weld Coun-
ty Extension Office staff member,
acted as judge last week at vege-
table and crop division exhibits of
Ault Harvest Fair held at VFW
Hall and Ault High School.
Youth division flower arrange-
ment blue ribbon winner was Larry
Morita. Joyce Akahoshi won an
award in the junior clothing ex-
hibit.
ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR
MONTGOMERY DAM SITE
Colorado Springs Prof. Chuzo
Itakura, engineering instructor at
Hokkaido University, Japan, was
taken on a tour of inspection last
week to the Montgomery dam on
the Continental Divide. It supplies
water to city of Colorado Springs.
The visitor's guide was Jack Mc-
Cullough, dam superintendent..
SCORES BY INNINGS AT
LABOR DAY TOURNAMENT
Merchants No* 1
010160 00 Is 8
Ogden Team
00101221 2s 9
It's Just Sheer
Service To League
To fans, and even to most play-
ers, annual summer baseball lea-
gue and tournament games are just
that, but to league officials go a
lot of sweat, field and paper work.
To Howard Iwata's lot, as Nisei
Baseball League's secretary-
treasurer, go the unenviable task
of bookkeeping, making financial
reports to league teams and other
related chores.
Kanai Scores 142 In
Cathay Tournament
Dr. Koji Kanai piled up lead with
cumulative net total of 142 for two
recent successive Sundays in
Cathay Post's 72-hole tournament,
says Joe Sakato. They played at
City Park and Wellshire courses.
Three strokes behind Doc Kanai
was George Omoto with a 145,
followed by Genji Yamamoto with
a 151 and then Harry Nagata with
a 152.
Last Sunday afternoon's game,
no scores at time of this report,
was played at Case golf course.
Next Sunday, the boys will tour
the City Park course. That winds
up the tourney.
FORMER UTAH UNIVERSITY
ATHLETE WILL COACH
Eddie Kawano will coach the
basketball team to be formed at
Simpson MethodistChurch. In foot-
ball, he played half-back at Uni-
versity of Utah.
THE F 0 R UM
A Canadian nisei woman phar-
macist maintains that, amid cur-
rent controversy over the tragic
side-effects of the tranquilizer,
thalidomide, physicians and phar-
macists must regain public con-
fidence in the prescribing of all
drugs. It is up to them, not up to
the government, to further insure
over distribution and prescription
of safe drugs. The government
already maintains basic control
over distribution of drugs.
The person who says so is Mrs.
Phylis Yagi, chief pharmacist at
Women's Medical College hospi-
tal in Toronto for 10 years. She
was in Vancouver recently to at-
tend Canadian Pharmaceutical As-
sociation convention. Vancouver-
born wartime evacue; Mrs. Yagi
is graduate of Univ. of Toronto.
Her husband is a food chemist.
On the subject of thalidomide.
News Editor Tomisumi Harada of
Japan Times reported that Asahi
Shimbum investigated effects of
this drug in Europe, published find-
ings, and as a result, all Japan-
ese manufacturers of the drug vol-
untarily stopped making it lastwin-
ter.
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of the late Tsurukichi Hanamura, 93, one of the oldest issei in Denver.1
Born, educated and married in 1895 in Iizuka, Fukuoka, Japan, his^
widow, Mrs. Taka Hanamura makes her home with her only son, Jim|
and his wife Kiyo. Their arrival in the U.S., amid fiery aftermath of
the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, caused the young couple to land
from their ship in Oakland. Settled in Alameda, he was baptized a
member of Japanese Methodist church there in 1911. Widely read,
he was a precise and effective speaker at church, Nihonjin Kai and
other meetings.
Evacuation during World War II brought them to Amache, Colo.,
WRA camp, from where they relocated to Denver. He became a natural-
ized citizen in 1955, Ms wife in I960. A canny player of shogi, his
opponents usually were his old friends, Tokutaro Marumoto; Heisa-
buro Madokoro and the late M. Tsutsui.
Among those who paid him tribute at his funeral service was his
old friend and pastor at the Alameda church, now retired in Japan U
but then visiting in Denver, the Rev. Juryu Fujii. The two accompany- ; c§ ^ y
ing photos best tell the couples story, one taken of them soon after \ K fc 4^ 4
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their 65th wedding anniversary.
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