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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 25

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NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 19, 1962
PAGE 1
AUTOMOBILE EXPORT
PICTURE IS ROSY
U.S. sales of Toyota autos has
increased five-fold over the sales
of one year ago, declared the pres-
ident of Toyota Motor Distributors
Co. headquartered in Los Angeles,
S. Hattori.
He was here to confer with local
atuo agencies which sell these
autos. The executive also was
scheduled to visit Toyota agancies
in Boulder and Colorado Springs.
One of the companys most popu-
lar model is the economical, re-
liable four-wheel-drive Land
liable four wheel drive Land
Cruiser, which undergoes rigid
quality standard checkups before
export.
"Escapade", Title
Of Benefit Movie
Instead of Quo Vadis, its to
be An Escapade in Japan. The
switch in subject of joint Wesley-
an-Senior MYF benefit movie Sun-
day, Sept. 23, 7 p.m., at Simp-
son Methodist Churchs fellowship
hall was announced by Tom
Hoshiko, president of the Wes-
leyans.
The charges are $1.00 for an
adult and 50 cents for a child
6 to 12 years of age. Net pro-
ceeds from the show will be used
to help pay for the two groups
trip to Northwest Youth Confer-
ence on Thanksgiving week-end
at Ontario, Ore.
TRUCK LEASING COMPANY
ORGANIZED HERE
A. truck leasing organization has
been established by theTakamine
brothers, Tol andTerrie, andToru
Takamatsu, it has been reported.
J. H. Boucher, attorney, at 311
Cooper bldg., is legal counselor
for the firm, tobeknownasThree-
T Corporation. It's proposals in-
clude issuance of 49,999 shares
at $1.00 per share.
TRAP SHOOTER-HUNTER
Lately, especially in the morning
and evenings, the distinct feel of
autumn is in the air. Many nisei,
and sansei too, about this time,
take to cleaning their favorite
guns in preparation for the hunt-
ing season for many kinds of games
and birds.
George Uyeno of 890 South Cor-
ona st., has hunted for game in
numerous areas, climbed up and
down many mountain sides. An
ardent trap shooter, carrying 25
handicap, his favorite hunting area
is down at Gunnison, up in the
Cimmarron mountain area. He has
many favorite games, but of them
all, he favors going after the elk.
TOOL OWNER COMPLAINED
A case in municipal court last
week involved Manager Joe Wedgle
of Cub Loan Office, 1850 Lari-
mer st., who had loaned $20 to a
fellow, and took in a set of tools
as deposit. When the fellow re-
turned to reclaim his tools, it had
already been sold. Asst Safety
Manager Wm. Sullivan told Ass't
City Attorney Lloyd Shinsato that
Wedgle had failed properly to obey
City Ordinance concerning loan
company sale of merchandise it
holds as security on such loans.
THEYRE AMONG THE MANY SANSE1S COLLEGE-BOUND. Joe Ozaki,
pre-med major, enrolled on an academic scholarship, will be a junior
at Columbia University, New York City. He departs on Thursday.
Kay Mura, junior, also enrolled on an academic scholarship, returns
to Pomona College, Pomona, Calif., Sept. 23. Mickey Shiramizu, again
an academic scholarship student, left for Dartmouth College on Sept.
17. He resides at Phi Tau fraternity house at the college in Hanover,
New Hampshire. To be duly noted, also, are the respective and ap-
propriate collegiate emblems worn or prized at each institution.
Young People Departing To Resme Their
Studies At Colleges And Universities
As we were saying last week,
college-bound sansei students,
most of them, were by no means
idle last summer, as further noted
herewith, below:
Don Terasaki, who transferred
from Morningside College, la., to
CU as pre-medical student, car-
ried the mail for Uncle Sam's
Post Office Dept. Glen Kataoka,
returning to Boulder campus as
sophomore, sweated itoutatBron-
cucci Produce Co. shed. Also re-
turning to the CU campus: Mitsu
ELECTRONIC LANGUAGE
TEACHING LABORATORY
Grand Junction KenMizushima
is one of the pupils at Grand
Junction High School who are par-
ticipating in the foreign language
instructional program provided
through use of the new electronic
teaching equipment installed at the
school.
The electronic language teaching
laboratory handles courses in
French, Spanish, German and La-
tin. -
Dick Sato of
Yoshlcla, Junior;
Welby, sophomore; David Tagawa,
sophomore; Marian Teshima, sec-
ond year in school of nursing.
Kenny Okazaki, who did gar-
dening, transferred from Trini-
dad Junior College. Walt Sagara,
learned uphostering trade last
summer, returning as junior; Gene
Tagawa, did summer gardening,
returning as senior; Christine
Yorimoto, will work this winter,
return to campus for Spring term
with her major switched from
physical therapy to dietetics. Kiku
Ito, is returning to CU as junior.
Ted Tsumura, did gardening, re-
Continued to page 2.-
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2 Teach in Suburb
Westminster Total of 12.420
students were enrolled on the re-
cent first day of school in Dis-
trict No. 50, it was reported.
Teachers in the district includ-
es Daniel Fujita, instructor at
Josephine Hodgkins Junior High
and Jean Nakaoka, instructor at
Baker elementary school.
FROZEN MOCHI AVAILABLE
AT OSAKAYA STORE
Frozen mochi and kawara
sembei are but few of the many
delicacies available at Osakaya,
the sole Japanese confectionary
establishmentJn Denver.
BLESSINGS OF THE CHURCH were received recently by Mr. anc
Sam Masamori Morikawa of 229 Bannock st., at Sacred Heart Church,
2760 Larimer st., probably the oldest Catholic church in Denver. At
the service were, left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins, the new-
lyweds Margaret and Sam Morikawa, and die grooms parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Masami Morikawa of 3001 Fairfax st. The young Morikawas
were married last Spring. Reception for them was held recently at
Lotus room. The groom, graduate of Denver University, is electrical
engineer at Martin-Marietta Co., Littleton. Photo by Howard Oda
operator Arthur Iwasaki
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GENTLEMEN OF GOLFING
FRATERNITY, IT SHOWS
THIS GAN HAPPEN AGAIN
Its been a mighty long time
since the boys of Mile Hi Golf
Club have done it. But in a re-
cent Sunday morning round at Mea-
dow Hills, the almost miraculous,
always elusive hole-in-one was
achieved by Dick Yamamoto at the
15th hole, and by Dan Losasso
at the 13th hole.
Jim Hanamura says Yamamoto's
prized achievement called for a
205-yard drive, and that of Losas-
so was for about 150 yards. It
was about three years ago when
Kaz Sakamoto got a hole-in-one
out at Willis Case course and Doc
Tony Kawano did it at the City
Park course.
Issei Story To Be
Told In Tape-Fila
Film and tape record of the issei
in this area, made by Noboru
Shirai of Osaka, will be shown and
heard in Japan. He is board chair-
man of HomecastCorp. of America
and U.S. representative of A.B.C.-
Asahi Broadcasting Corp.
Accompanied by Ryoichi Haraof
the broadcasting company, Shirai
has taken many film pictures here,
including the JACL-Nikkeijin Kai
summer picnic at Berkeley Park.
GOP CANDIDATES OUT
TO OUST OPPONENTS
Brighton r Adams county has
long been strong for the Demo-
cratic party.
Past experience of countys Re- *
publican primary election winners
suggests they faced arduous, up-
hill fight to win in November
general election againstDemocra-
tic opponents.
Seiji Horiuchi and Robert Ton-
sing, it is said, are well aware
of these experiences. Theywonthe
recent Republican primary elec-
tion for two State Representatives
seats. They, together with the third
unsuccessful Republican candi-
date, polled almost 6,200 votes.
Their Democratic opponents, John
Kane and Andres Lucas, together,
polled over 9,200 votes.
Tonsing, in this election, re-
ceived 2,405 votes; Horiuchi, 2,
381; and the third, unsuccessful
candidate, William Kinney, re- ^
ceived 1,400 votes.
Tonsing, speaking for himself
and Horiuchi, charged that the
Adams county government is in-
competently managed by Democra-
tic-controlled officials.
Children Can't Coae
So Sht Goes To Thea
BUSSEI SCOUTS WILL BE
HONORED AT PARTY
Bussei Boy Scout troop mem-
bers who returned recently from
attendance at International Jam-
boree in Japan will be honored at
reception Sunday, Sept. 23, 3 p.m.,
at Tr-i-Sta te Buddhist Church. Per-
sons who wish to attend die party-
may make their reservations by
calling Mandarin cafe, CH 4-9526,
where arrangements for food are
to be made.
Sponsors of the welcome party
are parents of members of Boy
Scout Troop 169 and Cub Scouts.
KAZUO KIMURA FLYING
TO JAPAN FOR VISIT
Kazuo Kimura oftheKokuseiKai
group, following participation in
the shigin recital Sunday at Budd-
hist Church last Sunday, departed
for Los Angeles, where he was
to join a large party of shigin
singers who will visit Japan.
Kimura is owner of Sunshine
grocery store at 1851 Larimer st.
VISITORS FROM LONG
ISLAND RETURN HOME
Ault Mrs. Karl Iwasaki and
her two daughters, Marsha and
Joan, were summer visitors at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. K* Akahoshi. The visitors
have returned to their home on
Long Island, N.Y. During their
visit here, they visited Carlsbad
Cavern, N. Mex., and fished at
Glendo, Wyo.
Mrs. Kiyoko Oshima is manag-
ing to combine visits with her
children, tending to her scheduled
attendance at meetings and inter-
national travel.
In Colorado, she has managed
to see her children a daughter
married to Isamu Amemiya in
Manicou Springs and her sen. Dr-
Nagayoshi Oshima, plant patho-
logist at Colo. State Univ., Ft.
Collins.
As chairman of Japan's Univer-
sity Womens Association, she at-
tended its international meeting
recently in Mexico City; then, as a
board member of U.N.'s UNICEF,
shell attend its meeting in New
York City; which are but few of
the meetings she has attended, or
will. Attendance at another ses-
sion takes her soon to Canada.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
OBTAINED BY PAIR
Mutsuko Takehara, 29, of 3217
1/2 Osage Street, and Fernando
Rivera, 26, of 3217 Osage st.
NOTE COMING EVENTS
Sunday, Sept. 23, 3 p.m., atTri-
State Buddhist Church, welcome
party for Bussei Scouts back from
Jamboree in Japan.
Sunday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m., Wes-
ieyan-Senior MYF benefit movie at
Simpson Methodist Church fellow-
ship hall.
Saturday, Oct. 20, annual Mile
Hi Golf Club award dinner-dance
at Brown Palace hotel.
KAWANO JEWELERS
^FEATURING ONLY
1623 Glenarm Place
225 16Hi Street
CH 4-0325
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YOUNG PEOPLE ARE
BOUND FOR COLLEGES
-Continued from page 1,-
turning to Regis College as sen-
ior; also back to Regis: Ronny
Yamamoto, orderly at Presbyter-
ian hospital, junior. Robert Shio-
zaki, worked in New York, return-
ing as junior to Columbia Uni-
versity; Elaine Kuritani, took sum-
mer school course, senior at DU;
Henry Tobo, did gardening, senior
at CSU.
Also returning to CSU: Carl Sa-
gara, did gardening, returning as
. sophomore; Jean Kasa, junior;
Leonard Ito, sophomore; Mickey
Shiramizu, returning as senior to
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New
Hampshire, the college venerated
and made famous long ago byDan-
iel Webster, spent summer in
Portland, Oregon, working for a
U.S. agency as fall-out shelter site
inspector.
Returning to CSC, Greeley: Jan-
ice Aoyagi, worked as office sec-
retary, junior; Dennis Yamamoto,
worked at King Super Market,
junior; Sumi Fujita, sophomore;
Jack Miyamoto, senior,
George Takao, practiced sales-
manship for a product, se^ at
Western State College, Guruiison;
Dennis Miura, sophomore, return-
ing to Columbia University; and
Jim Okubo, helped his parents
move to Los Angeles, returning
as sophomore to DU.
Many other collegians are be-
ginning, or resuming their studies.
We hope to report about them next
week.
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
Greeley Kazuma Mikawa es-
caped injuries in an auto acci-
dent here recently. Damages to
his car was heavy, costing about
$450 for repairs, it was reported.
He's Hoaeward-Bound Via The Long Route
STATE COLLEGE GUARD
INJURED JUST BEFORE
GAME WITH Sa DAKOTA
Greeley Colorado State Col-
lege Bears were scheduled to
tangle with the South Dakota Uni-
versity gridders last week at Sioux
Falls. Coaching staff had high
hopes that Jack Miyamoto, guard,
would be able to play in that open-
er. Earlier, he had sustained a
twisted knee.
DID DIZZY DEAN
REALLY SAY THAT?
You don't catch all that TV
Announcer Dizzy Dean says, what
with his entertaining descriptions,
interspersed with hearty laugh-
ters. But did you*all notice wheth-
er he said the brothers Yosh and
Nob Kawano are, respectively,
clubhouse managers of the Chic-
ago Cubs and Los Angeles Dod-
gers? Game between the two teams,
TVd and showing the brothers,
was played Saturday in Chicago.
LINK SEASON NEARING END FOR 2 CLUBS
Adams City It's to be home-
ward-bound, the longwayaroungto
rejoin his family in Tokyo via
New York, London, Paris, Casa-
blanca in Morocco, Dakar, Johan-
nesburg in South Africa and Cairo
in Egypt. This long journey home
for the visiting physical education
teacher at Adams CitySchoolDist.
No. 14, Yasukazu Kanematsu. be-
gins early in October.
Having spent a year teaching
physical education here, Kane-
\A GOO CAREER IN SUES
We have an outstanding opportunity for two
Japanese men, age 25-40, married, with college
background, and accustomed to meeting the
Public. This is a Permanent position.
For appointment call Mr. Alcorn at 623-5576
& between 9-11 A.M.
matsu proposes to see for himself
the state of public school instruc-
tions, particularly physical edu-
cation, in the new African nations
before arriving home to resume his
teaching post at Chuo University in
Tokyo.
Any significant differences a-
mong pupils here and in Japan?
Not noticeable, he said, particu-
larly since Japanese pupils are be-
coming more "Americanized" in
their behavior.
His classmate at Florida State
University in Tallahassee, six
years ago, where he received M. A,
degree in physical education was a
Chicagoan, James H. Tanaka, now
Air Force Lieut. Tanaka, teaching
gymnastics at USAF Academy in
Colorado Springs.
LOSASSO LEAD PACK IN
SECOND ROUND OF PLAY
Dan Losasso with total net of
140, led the Mile Hi Golf Club
players in the second round of the
54-hole tournament at Meadow
Hills course recently.
Terno Odow and Rupert Aral
turned in 142 score while Dr.
Jack Kimura and Shug Madokoro
finished their rounds, respective-
ly, with 145 and 148. Also recent-
ly, Odow won a low-gross trophy.
A week ago, in tournament play,
Dr. Charles Fujisaki of Brighton
captured the Frank Dalpes trophy
with the lowest net of 71.
Six turkeys will be awarded to
three top players in two flites
next Sunday.
SCHEDULE PLAY-OFF FOR
PAIR NEXT SUNDAY A.M.
Tied up in a knot at 213-a-
piece, Mile Hi's Dr. Jack Kimura
and Dan Losasso will play off the
18-hole route next Sunday at Mea-
dow Hills course, Terno Odow an-
nounced.
A triple stroke behind the two
front-runners, lastSunday, with 216
strokes, were the triplets, SySaito,
Rupert Aral and Odow.
One stroke behind the trio, with
217, was Dr. Chili Fujisaki, then
came Dr. Sueo Ito with 219, George
Nagai with 221 and Shug Madokoro
with 223.

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DR. KOJI KANAI NETS
212 IN CATHY TOURNEY
Dr. Koji Kanai led the pack in
the recent third round of Cathay
Post Golf Club's 72-hole tourna-
ment at Case course with a total
net of 212, it was reported by Joe
Sakato.
Behind Doc Kanai came Tak
Yamasaki with a 222. Then came
a trio with a 233. This trio in-
cluded George Omoto, Keishi
Hayashida and Dave Furukawa.
Harry Nagata turned up with a net
totalling 238.
NET TOTAL 282 FOR 72-
HOLE CLINCHES VICTORY
Dr. Koji Kanai won Sunday the
Cathay Post Golf Club's 72-hole
tourney trophy donated by ex-
Denverite, Jim Okida of San Jose,
Calif., with new 282, it was an-
nounced by Joe Sakato. Next Sun-
days 18-hole affair will be com-
petition for the turkey at City Park
course.
Six runnersup last Sunday, for
total net, were: Tak Yamasai,
286; Dave Furukawa, 293; Keishi
Hayashida, 294; George Omoto,
299; George Yoshida, 303; and
Harry Nagata, 309.
THE FORUM
This just isn't the year for the
ambrosial, elusive mushrooms..
Weather-wise, expert issei matsu'
ta-ke hunters attest to this'- ap-
parent fact. The summer's been
too dry in the mountains. 5
Veterans of the luint hereabouts,
many of them elderly issei ladies,
agree about weatheF-lreih^ tbe viK
lain, but often disagree as to their!
favorite Sites ^and techniques,*
shrouded as they are among their
own hoarded secrets. So eager,;
sometimes they get lost in the hillsv
A worried U.S, Forest Ranger
found a half-frozen issei up in
Estes Park around a couple of
years ago, at dawn, after he had
wandered about all night.
One lady, mourning the poor
mushroom season, cautiously ad-
mitted that she favors the Red
Feather Lakes area on the north
fork of Cache la Poudre. She's
only gathered miserable handsful
this year. Another obasan favors
Medicine Bow forest area west of
Laramie, Wyo. She likes to head
for the north slope of mountains
and hills and dig, oh, so care-
fully, beneath a blanket of pine
needles under a tree. There, shes
most apt to find her quarry, the
lady explained, her face wrinkled
in reminiscent smile.
But how tell the matsu ta-ke
from poisonous mushrooms? Size?
Shape? "By the smell!" she ex-
plained impatiently. "By the smell
of it!" By what smell? "By the
smell of pine in the mushroom,
of course!" she explained pat-
iently.
_HELP WANTED
REGISTERED PHARMACIST
good pay and good hours at Royal
Drugs, East. 34th Ave. & York St.
Phone Mr. Wiseman at CH 4-
4747 for appointment.
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Dorothy Arita................... 10
Bill Nozaka.................... 10
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Shigeo Akahoahi..................75
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Kunio Ozaki.................... 15
Sunao Kinoehita.................. 10
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Toraji Takemoto..................25
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Oshima, district sales manager in Honolulu; Taro Nonaka, JAL airport station manager in Honolulu; Governor Quinn, the
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