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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 26

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NO, 26 SEPTEMBER 26, 1962
PAGE 1
Advance Veterans' COMP/UC HOUSING
Manorial Project RULES IN 2 CITIES
FINANCE MINISTER WELCOMED TO SAN FRANCISCO: Kakuei
Tanaka, Finance Minister of Japan, arrived at San Francisco In-
ternational Airport recently via Japan Air Lines Jet Courier from
Tokyo. He is shown being greeted by Toshio Yamanaka, Consul Gen-
eral of Japan at San Francisco. The official is en route to Washington,
D.C. where he will attend meeting of the International Monetary Fund.
NISEI PRECINCT COMMITTEE WORKERS ARE
ACTIVE; THREE REPUBLICANS RESIHE NORK
American political practice, if
not its system, may well be root-
ed in its local, grass root pre-
cinct and districts. Theres where
3 SANSEI TEACHERS IN
AURORA SCHOOLS
A.urora school district this
autumn has 600 teachers and ad-
ministrators, Among them are
three sanseis.
They are the newlywed husband-
and-wife teachers, Gail and Frank-
lin Tamaribuchi and Sylvia Naka-
tsu.
Mrs. Tamaribuchi, daughter of
the James Hanamuras of Denver,
is new instructor at West Junior
High School, while Franklin Tama-
ribuchi resumes his teaching car-
eer at Park Lane School. Miss
Nakatsu teaches at the Boston
School.
EXPORT COMPANY'S
OFFICIAL VISITOR
Japan Food Corp. official, Ka-
zuaki Kuwada, was here recently
from the company's San Francisco
office.
Kuwada conferred with Frank
Torizawa of Granada Fish Co.,
Yutaka Inai of Pacific Mercan-
tile Go., and officials of other
food distributing companies.
The visitor's company, with
headquarters in Japan, exports
many types of canned and packed
food, and additionally, distributes
Sapporo beer.
political candidates from those
seeking town clerkships to Presi-
dency must make their first
pitch to the voters.
The Republican and Democratic
committeeman, or woman, is the
person who normally is in close
touch with voters in his precinct,
especially in election season. This
is such a season on the eve of
general election. Mrs. Josephine
Kamada has been Republican com-
mittee-woman in Precinct 1801
for six years and was reelected
in primary election. Jihos En-
glish section recently, erroneous-
ly, identified her as a Democratic
committeewoman, it was pointed
out by Mrs. Frances Fairbanks,
captain in Dist, 18. "Mrs. Ka-
mada," she said, "has been a
most capable worker, and has as-
sisted many naturalized issei vot-
ers in her precinct."
In Precinct 204 on the North-
side, the husband-wife team of John
and Ruby Sakayama were reelected
Republican committeeman and
committeewoman. Mrs. Sakayama
has been serving in her post for
8 years, and John Sakayama for
three years.
JAPAN AIRLINE OFFICIAL
VISITOR IN DENVER
M. Ota, sales department of-
ficial of Japan Airlines office in
San Francisco was a visitor here
last week.
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I AST COURT PU DENVER 2, COLORADO RE. 4-S94E MA. S-E04E
Discussion of proposal to erect
war memorial emblem, or a sta-
tuary, at Highland Memorial Gar-
den will be discussed at meeting
to be called by the Cathay Ameri-
can Legion Post Friday, at Cathay
Post restaurant. Yosh Arai will
preside at this meeting.
Sportland Director
Floyd Tanaka of 3320 Albion St.,
planner for Urban Renewal Com-
mission, recently was named one
of three new directors of Sport-
land YMCA, 3540 E. 31st ave.
Other directors of the estab-
lishment are Elliott Gray and Lisle
Ware. Ray Frey, vice president
of YMCA of metropolitan Denver,
is member of management com-
mittee of Sportland YMCA.
Public Housing Authority of San
Francisco recently denied permis-
sion to 100 aliens, including many
isseis, access to residence in low-
rent homes operated by the author-
ity. It maintained that these rules
exist, for one reason, because
many citizens are waiting for ad-
mission.
In Denver, where public housing
authority maintains some 10 such
units, restriction against aliens
were removed by the authority
about seven years ago, it was ex-
plained by Bernard Valdes, former
manager of one of the housing pro-
jects.
Refugees from Europe and Cuba,
all aliens, he said, are among the
newcomers in these homes.
Japanese Comunity Supports Proposal
To Establish Japan Society In Denver
EARLY MORNIK BLAZE
DESTROYS MARKET
An early morning fire last week
completely destroyed Tony's Mar-
ket, 1400 So. Santa Fe dr., owned
by Shogo Kuroda of 1775 West
35th ave. An insurance company
estimate of the fire damage was
about $6,000.
Fire department investigation
disclosed that over-heated elect-
ric motor compressor may have
sparked the fire.
KONISHI-SAKURAI
WEDDING DISCLOSED
Greeley The former Ruby
Konishi of Denver became the bride
recently of John Sakurai of Pierce
in services held at Trinity Epis-
copal Church. The bride is daugh-
ter of the George H. Konishis of
Ft. Lupton, and the groom is the
son of the T. Sakurais of Pierce.
Mrs. Martha Nishimoto of Den-
ver was matron of honor for her
sister. Bridegroom's brother,
Kunio, was best man. Reception
was at the church. After honey-
moon at Grand Lake, they will re-
side in Pierce.
Vancouver Conclave
Elegant Bayshore Inn hotel in
Vancouver, Canada, was site of re-
cent Pacific Northwest New York
Life Insurance Co. agents con-
vention which Sam Matsumoto at-
tended. Among 200 in attendance
with Matsumoto were George Oto
and M. Yokomizo from Oakland,
G. S. Hirakawa and Dick Oto from
Sacramento, Calif.; andTomTake-
mura and W, H. Utsunomiya from
Tacoma and Yakima, Wash., re*-
spectively.
Fabulous salmon fishing was
there, too, in Vancouver, but tfe
the disgust of the visitor fromDen-
ver, the fish simply failed to show
interest either in his technique
or lures.
Delicatessen Stor
A delicatessen and grocery std,.e
recently was launched at 28y9
Humboldt st. It is called Humboldt
Delicatessen and Market, inp.
Members of the establishment in-
cludes Mrs. Kiyoko Wilson, Char-
les L. Posey and Willie Wilson,
Proposal to establish Japan
Society here was discussed at ini-
tial meeting of interested persons
in August at International Institute.
Next meeting of the group is sched-
uled in October.
Nisei and issei ad hoc com-
mittee members for the organi-
zation includes: Yutaka Terasaki,
William Hosokawa, Minoru Yasui,
the Rev. Jonathan Fujita, Henry
Suzuki, Oski Taniwaki, Dr. Masa
Gima, Toshiro Tsubokawa, the
Rev. Noboru Tsunoda and Larry
Tajiri.
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Rose, mem-
ber of the temporary committee,
stated that, the society, if formed,
would serve to coordinate and to
stimulate programs affecting Ja-
panese-American relationships. It
may, for example, assist in pro-
jects for scholarships, hospitality
to students and visitors from Ja-
pan, and for special events relat-
ed to Japan and Japanese people.
OPEN DRUG STORE
The Masunaga brothers, togeth-
er with Jun Hamai, are welcoming
the public to attend grand opening
of their new drug store, Northland
Walgreen, at 807 East 88th ave.,
located in the new Northland Plaza
shopping center. The new shopping
center will conduct grand opening
on Sept. 27-28-29.
The drug store, operated by
George, John and Jesse Masunaga
and Hamai, has 8500 square feet
and will employ four pharmacists
and 10 girls as clerks.
STORE RE-OPENED
Tommie and Kinuko Hiraoka
have reopened a store at 2245
Stout st. It is known as Courtesy
Market.
MYSTERY STORY AUTHOR IS
Philatelist And Bridge Enthusiast
Littleton Mrs. Milton Ozaki
means to achieve it some day -
the prized rank of Life Master in
bridge but it'll take time, what
with raising five daughters, do-
ing house work in their home at
6935 S. Columbine Way, and taking
care of her husband's office at
home where he conducts business
as philatelic broker, rare stamp
investment broker, to you and to
me.
Their eldest daughter, Gaila, 17,
attends Littleton High School, and
the other daughters are aged 12,
10, 8 and 4.
Milton Ozaki, author of 37 mys-
tery books, the lastone"Inquest",
published last year, is well over
two-thirds of the way toward that
magic 300 points needed to become
Life Master. Often combiningbusi-
ness and bridge tourneys on his
trips, over the years, die phila-
telist has steadily accumulated the
points. The Ozakis together, the
other day, were first in their
section at Colo. Springs sectional
bridge tourney and third in open
pairs event. Still, due to chores
aforementioned, Mrs. Ozaki's co-
veted 300-point goal is in the dim
-Continued to page 2.-
HENRY KUSUM1 PRESIDENT
OF JUNIOR YBA GROUP
Henry Kusumi was re-elected
president of Junior YBA at its re-
cent election. Other officers arc
vice-pres., Linda Kuroda; sec.,
Allen Nitta; treas., Stanley Doida;
corresp. sec., Arlene Fukuhara.
The 70-member YBA's advisors
are Mrs. Louise Ota, Philip Miya-
zawa and Tad Yamamoto.
ALAMOSA PROFESSOR
Alamosa The only nisei on the
faculty of Adams State College is
Dr. William Oba of sociology and
philosophy department. He holds
rank of associate professor in the
staff.
At the college, where classes be-
gan September 19, Professor Oba
also serves on the dormitory and
discipline committee.
The son of Mrs. S. Oba of Ala-
mosa, Dr. Oba, for a time, as-
sisted at the old California St.
Methodist Church in Denver. His
education includes B.A. from
Adams State, master of theology
and doctorate in theology from
Iliff Seminary in Denver.


Page 2
Players Flock To Cathay Post's Turkey
Shoot Sunday At City Park Golf Course
Thanksgiving holiday, though
still awhile ahead, will find fami-
lies of four golfers well prepared
as result of Turkey shoot last
Sunday at City Park course. Low
scorers, whose families will be
thus provided on the forthcoming
holiday, are Genji Yamamoto, 55;
Dick Miyake, 71. Tied with 70
apiece were Yosh Arai and Chaz
Komaru.
Arai and Komaru, according to
Club Secretaryjoe Sakato, played
* exceptionally well. Arai often
shoots in the middle 90's, while
Komaru often tops 100.
Other Cathay Poet scores
NET
Koji Kauai 72
Takeo Yamasaki 72
Ken Namba 73
Joe Sakato 73
Dave Furuk&wa
MORE CATHAY POST SCORESt
Keji Kami Net 72
Takeo Yamasaki 72
Ken Namba 73
Joe Sakato 73
Dave Furukawa 75
Bob Horiuehi 76
Tosh Ota 76
George. Yamakawa 76
John Nakashima 76
George Omoto 76
Willi# Hirofcawa 76
George H&sun&ga 77
Gary Nakata 78
George Yoshida 76
C&eey Hayaahida 79
RESIDENCE PURCHASED
Dennie Fugita, it was learned,
recently purchased a residence
in the Northglenn area.
Prep League's Grid
Crown Is Sought
Manual High's Thunderbolts, at
least of this generation, it's said,
don't know what it's like to win
league gridiron title. It hasn't
happened since that grueling, thril-
ling year of 1932.
Veteran letterman, Gordon Aoy-
agi, it's expected, will be back at
his familiar guard slot.
Across 'ole Platte river (it's
a river?), North High Vikings, who
haven't savored championship for
about 8 or 9 years, will see
Lynn Taketa posted at the tackle
spot.
As grid season develops, per-
haps other sansei gridders at these
and other schools also will be in
the team rosters.
STAMP BROKER IS
BRIDGE ENTHUSIAST
-Continued from page 1.-
future.
Until about a year ago, the Oza-
kis lived in Kenosha, Wis., where
he wrote murder mystery stor-
ies; but also, some eight years
ago, he became interested in rare
stamps. Then, story writing be-
gan to take back-seat as he de-
voted more time to his philatelic
brokerage business. Through it,
he keeps in touch with collectors
and brokers throughout the world.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Ozaki will be
right there with her husband, in-
volved in chores domestic and
chores clerical. But she will sure-
ly devise ways to attend bridge
tourneys to merit, some day, the
magical 300 points and the covet-
ed Life Mastership.
A GOOD CAREER IN SALES
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.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
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KINURA TOPS LOSASSO
IN PLAYOFF ROUND
It was a grueling grid, but Dr.
Jack Kimura finally topped Dan
Losasso, net 69 to 71, to win the
54-hole tourney Sunday in playoff
at City Park golf course. A set of
golf clubs donated byKodyKodama
was awarded to Kimura, and a put-
ter to Losasso,
In the turkey shoot," an A"
flite trio of Jim Hanamura, Dr.
John Chikuma and Shug Madokoro
bore down on the gobblers with net
69 and respective grosses of 80,
83 and 78.
"A" FLITE NET
Jin: Hanamura 69
Dr. John Chikuma 69
Shug Madokoro 69
"B" FLITE
Sy Saito 67
Beans Yamamoto 68
Roy Terada 69
MEADOW HILLS COUNTRY
CLUB UNDERGOES SUIT
Littleton The summer Sunday
morning home away from home"
site for Mile Hi Golf clubbers,
the Meadow Hills Country Club,
whose golf course they use, was
being sued last week by attor-
neys, Arthur Hayutin and Irving
Hayutin. The suits involve col-
lection of accounts from club mem-
bers and a $275,000 loan they said
they negotiated for the club.
The Mile Hi players, non-club
members, merely use the club's
golf course, pay $4.00 green fees,
it was reported.
CANON NAKATA ON
PASTORAL STAFF AT
ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL
The Rev. Russell. Nakata, on
ministerial staff at Cathedral of
St. John in the Wilderness in
Denver, is perhaps the only active
nisei Episcopalian minister in the
state.
Together with the Rev. Earnest
D. Richards of Christ Episcopal
Church, Canon Nakata preaches at
Japanese services on fourth Sun-
day of each month at St, Martin's
Chapel of the cathedral. Canon is
the honorary title granted to pas-
tors, other than the dean of the
cathedral, who serve on its minis-
terial staff.
Rev. Richards, who has been in
Japan, said although he does not
"preach sermon in Japanese," he
does read the service in that langu-
age.
20-Year Suspension
Montreal, Canada Nisei phy-
sician, Dr. George Hori, appealed
his 20-year suspension as medi-
cal practitioner to the provincial
College of Physicians and Sur-
geons.
Among charges made against
him by the lower commission were
that he engaged allegedly in dan-
gerous medical practices," that
he allegedly profited $230,000 on
the sale of his own hospital re-
cently to a non-profit organization
for some $600,000, and that he al-
legedly paid monies to political ad-
vantaged persons in exchange for
certain privileges accruing in his
hospital before its sale.
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PROBLEM OFTEN IS
A SUBTLE ONE
The churches are still the
strongholds of discrimination in
Hawaii. This was the opinion of 33-
year-old Rev. Masao Fujita, rec-
tor of St. Augustine's Episcopal
Church there, when he visited Los
Angeles the other day.
Racial discrimination in church-
es, often subtle, frequently be-
come a two-way situation with
those discriminated, also practic-
ing discrimination toward others.
The problem is less prevalent
than it was in the islands a de-
cade or two ago, but it still exists.
For example, at St. Andres Ca-
thedral in Honolulu, why not ap-
point an Oriental? he asked. Not
one nisei or Chinese pastor serves
its 1,400 members.
THEN, AND NOW
Pilgrimming fathers,
When Thanksgiving
Day1a nigh.
Sallied forth
For turkey shoot
To forest primeval}
Now, golfing fathers.
When that day9* nigh,
Rally forth
For Turkey shoot to
Greensward primeval*
By H*L*
THE FORUM
Lucious cantaloupes from Rocky
Ford and northern Colorado farms
appear in local markets each sum-
mer. Rocky Ford Melons are de-
servedly famed throughout the
country.
Still absent from local market
is one variety of melon, the fabl-
ed, ambrosialTurkish melon. Cen-
tral California produces them,
mostly for local consumption, ra-
ther than for long hauls to dis-
tant markets. This melon's ap-
pearance in Denver markets may
be hampered by its huge size and
its inability to withstand bruises in
shipment.
Even so, taste of this succu-
lent Turkish melon is, without
doubt, out of this world. The. way
to enjoy this gift of the Turks is
simple, if primitive. It helps if
you're a thirsty boy under the
heat of summer, barefoot, wear-
ing coveralls. He goes out to
the melon patch, selects aTurkish
melon for its size and general ap-
pearance of ripeness, thumps on
it to test, plucks it off the vine,
slices it, and watches juice drip-
ping over the side of creamy,
yellow-orange tinted melon. All
that's left for the thirsty boy to
do is to wolf down this tasty Tur-
kish melon that melts in his mouth.
The boy, you see, has picked a
just-ripe melon, for heknowsthat,
under-ripe, it's no better than
chewing on a cucumber, and over-
ripe, it smells like chloroform.
A dainty, tasty melon, to be pluck-
ed neither too soon, nor too late,
a homebody that declines distant
travels.
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THYMPaTKY DONATIONS FOR THE BUDDHIST CHURCH(7)
San Mateo Bukkyo-Kai.............. $25.
Mountain View Bukkyo-Kai.......... 20*
Yonema Tani....................." 15
Lee Ivrata...................... 10
Lily Hara........................ 15
Joe Sakurai....................... 10
Chit08e Sakurai..................... 10
Kelona Bukkyo-Kai(Canada)........... 20
Marysville Bukkyo*kai(Calif)........ 20
Manitoba Bukkyo-Kai(Canada)..........50
Eizo Uno........................... 150
Takashi Urano....................... 50
Y. Uenishi......................... 10
Shimai Tazawa...................... 20
Shigeko Iwasaki..................... 20
Nobu Kubota...................... 25
Salina Bukkyo-Kai................... 25
Hideki Kinoshita.................... 5
Yukio Akahoshi..................... 20
T. Sakurai.......................... 20
Mrs. Sameshima................ ... 10
H. Matsushima...................... 55
Kazuo Yamasaki...................... 20
Chiyoji Okubo...................... 20
Lee Murata........................ 100
Chizuko Domoto...................... 10
Masato Hiraoka...................... 50
Kazuichi Murata..................... 25
Hatsuyo Mizoue................... 25
Mike Mizoue......................... 25
Sam Mozoue.......................... 25
Tom Mizoue...................... 25
Teruichi Nakayama.................. 25 1
S. Ibata............................ 10
Kata Sasaki......................... 5
Isamu Suekama...................... 25
Itsugi Nakai...................... 25
Hideo Nakata........................ 10
Edward Yasumura................... 25
George Kuroki....................... 50
Sam Kato............................ 25
Jusaburo Sakata..................... 10
Fresno Sanger..................... 100
George Omoto........................ 10
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Published Weekly
YOZAN TSUBOKAWA, Editor
P. O. Box 1073
Denver 1, Colorado
Telephone KE 4-7070
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