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NO. 29
OCTOBER 17, 1962
PAGE ONE

lettuce shipment aw price control
PROPOSAL AIRED AT HEARING IN ALAMOSA -___________________ - ...
profitable prices for our crop." MjllWiv OpWKBv
Priest-Teacher
Sumida, together with his brothers, A dynamic speaker, robust in
Kanji and Hiroyuki, are engaged appearance, Rev. ttsugai Kajiura of
in farming and shipping here at the Shogenji temple in Minokamo,
their home farm, in Albuquerque,
MISSION NORK BEGAN BACK IN TEAR 1877;
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY AT SERVICES
Alamosa Economics of supply
and demand apply to products,
manufactured or agricultural. Let-
tuce growers of this San Luis
Valley high country appeared gen-
erally to be willing to submit to
marketing controls to maintain
optimum prices for the product,
as indicated at recent hearing in
district court room where state
chief of marketing division of De-
partment of Agriculture, Lew Ray,
conducted a hearing.
We are not asking for govern-
mental financial aid, said Harry
Sumida, one ot the lettuce grow-
ers and shippers who testified be-
fore Ray. *'We only want to help
ourselves to obtain reasonably
Members of Denver Gardeners
Association, re-formed two
months ago, will meet at 7:30
p.m., Oct. 20, at Buddhist Church,
Speakers will be state Dept, of
Agricultures Willard Snyder of the
nursery and landscape license di-
vision, Paul Cummins, nursery
inspector, and Robert Sullivan in
charge of insecticide and spraying
program.
All gardeners are invited to at-
tend the meeting. The groups of-
ficials are: pres., Tom Taniguchi;
vice pres., John Matsuo; treas,,
Tom Takemoto and DanTakeshita;
recording and corresponding sec.,
Ken Hatasaka and Roy Yoshida;
auditor, James Inamasu, and mem-
bership, Ben -Goto and Sam Ina-
masu.
The association, formed 12
years ago, dissolved two years
later, is being revived. Members
will receive reports on improve-
ment of working conditions, group
purchase of equipment and supp-
lies at wholesale prices, and group
insurance.
DISCUSS COMMUNITY
INTEGRATION WORK
Psychological advantages of
living in a racially integrated com-
munity, was the subject of talk
given by Dr. James Galvin, state
director of institutions Monday
at Smith primary school, 3590Jas-
mine st. Northeast Park Hill Civic
Association sponsored the meet-
ing.
Dr, Galvin, president of Inter-
national House, 1600 Logan st. is
enthusiastic about its function as
center for foreign students and
visitors. He and his cabinet offi-
cials have been devising programs
and other means to meet the
House's $5,000 deficit.
N,M., in Arizona and Texas.
The hearing was held to deter-
mine advisability of deciding the
question of ordering lettuce ship-
ment and price controls through
referendum. State Agricultural
Commission is expected, shortly,
to make the determination.
Prices for the product shipped
out last summer, per crate, rang-
ed from about 90 cents to about
$1.50. A marketing control order,
it was felt, influenced the latter
price.
FRANK TORIZAWA ON TOUR
OF WEST COAST CITIES
Frank Torizawa, owner of
Granada Fish Market, left recent-
ly on a two-week business trip to
the west coast. He was to have
visited Vancouver, B,C Seattle,
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
ACHIEVEMENT BANQUET
HELD AT HIGH SCHOOL
Las Animas Twenty-first an-
nual banquet honoring members
who were awarded achievement
prizes was held recently at Bent
Country High School. A partici
pant at the evenings program
Cheryl Maruyama, who served as
one of the pianists.
CONTRACT WORKERS
It is possible for a young con-
tract laborer from Japan to save
$1,000 in one year, said two visi-
tors here last week,. Kyushiehi
Aizawa and Keitaro Takano, who
have been working in southern
California since 1960 on a three-
year contract.
When their service period ends,
they will return to their quiet
little village of Yamagata, nestl-
ing between the mountain and the
sea in northern Japan. The two
are making a bus-tour through the
U.S.
DISCUSS MENTAL health
AT COMMUNIT Y MEETING
Adams City Panel members
at discussion meeting on mental
health program in Colorado Fri-
day at high school included Seiji
Horiuchi, Republican candidate for
State House of Representatives.
Japan, was one of the 47 priests
and Buddhist scholars who made an
over-night visit here recently, and
spoke at the Buddhist church.
At the temple, the Rev. Kajiura
also maintains a seminary for
young men studying for priesthood.
His school, tuition-free to stu-
dents, relies on contributions,
which, he said, often amount to
more than enough to maintain the
seminary. Rev. Kajiura, a vege-
tarian, also abstains from smok -
ing and drinking liquor.
Another speaker was the Rev.
Dr. Rotai Hatani, 80, who was
revisiting Denver after absence ol
40 years, who visited with the Rev.
Tessho Ono who opened the Bud-
dhist church here.
YOUTH GETS FIRST CLASS
PIN AT HONOR COURT
Rocky f ord Fifteen youths
received badges at recent Boy
Scout Court of Honor. Among them
was Gary lishiyama of Troop No.
210 who received first class pin.
He also received warrant to serve
as assistant quartermaster forthe
troop, sponsored jointly bytheG.l.
Forum and Holy Name Society of St.
Peters Catholic parish.
SCHOOL ELECTION
RESULT SUMS WINNER
Wyatt -^.tfiroshi Tateyama de-
feated Oscar Swanson for post
of directorship in the new Re-2
School District at a recent elec-
tion. Tateyama received 182 votes
in this school district community,
to 141 for Swanson. The nisei
board member will serve until
May, I9^3,r.
The school district was recent-
ly reorganized into two separate
units, Re-2 and Re-9. Tateyama
had been member of the old board
which had included the two sub-
divided districts. His new district
now includes Eaton, Galeton and
Wyatt, northeast of Greeley. Dis-
trict Re-9 includes Nunn and Ault.
HOME IN ARVADA AREA
Arvada Toshio Okano, it was
reported, has purchased a home
from Sunset Investment Co. It is
located at 1625 S. Yukon ct.
THE COMING EVENTS
Thursday, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m.,
memorial service for late Bill
Yasumura, Simpson Methodist
Church.
Thursday, Oct. 18, last day for
second annual art exhibit, atNeus-
teters store, including eight water
color, sumi and oil paintings by
Mrs. Yuri Noda.
Saturday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m.,
Mile Hi Golf Club dinner dance
at Brown Palace west. Public in-
vited to dance.
Saturday, Oct. 20, 7;30 p.m.,
Denver Gardeners Association
meeting, Buddhist Church.
It isnt easily imaginable that
back in 1877, the issei began to
receive Protestant church ser-
vices. but they did. Eighty-five
years ago. probably in northern
California, perhaps centering a-
round San Francisco, where most
of them had landed from Japan,
this church activity was begun.
This anniversary will be cele-
brated at Simpson Methodist. Guest,
speaker will be the Rev. Harry
Hasbimoto, pastor of Ocean View.
Congregational Church, SanDiego,
Calif. He was dinner guest of
church members at Little Ban-
quet Wednesday. He will be the
speaker at issei meeting in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mizouye Friday night, and at nisei
meeting at home of Henry Okubo
Saturday night, and preacher at
church service Sunday morning.
Lakewood Mrs. Mitsunobu
Tatsumoto watches over her two-
children, Kuni, 13, and Mari. 10,
at their home, 10445 W. 14th
ave., and awaiting her husband's
arrival from Pasadena, where he is
terminating his research work at
Calif. Institute of TechnoIogy.Two
years since arriving in the U.S.
with their children, and one month
since arriving here, she has learn-
ed to drive her auto downtown,
located Japanese grocery stores
and the shops on 16th st.
Dr. Tatsumoto, an oceanograph-
er turned geochemist, will join
research staff of U.S. Geological
Survey at Federal Center. Before
his work at Cal Tech, he had
been conducting research at Univ.
of Calif.s famed Scripps Institute
of Oceanography at La Jolla, Calif.
From there, he had alsoconducted
research from the institution's
vessels which steamed up and down
Californias coast. For awhile, he
also conducted similar oceanic
studies in the Gulf of Mexico un-
der auspices of Texas A & M
College.
The oceanographer-geochemist
EATON LADIES GROUP
INSTALLS OFFICERS
Eaton Julia Morita was among
young ladies who were recently in-
stalled as officers of the Order of
Rainbow, Eaton Assembly. She
holds the position known as the
Inner Observer.
NORTH LA JUNTA BROWNIES
ARE BECOMING ACTIVE
La Junta-Pearl Hamano is lone
sansei in the active North L*a-
Junta elementary schools Brown-
ies Troop No. 29, consisting of
third and fourth grade girls.
BUYS HOME IN NORTHGLENN
Tom E. Tani recently purchased
a home from Perl-Mack, inc., in
the Northglenn district, it was
reported.
is graduate of Tokyo Education
College, where he had taught class-
es until 1957 when he came to the
U.S.
TEAM SPONSORED
Sto Tani and Frank Takahashi
are sponsoring one team each in
Methodist and Buddhist church
bowling leagues.
Dentist Begins
Lakewood Practice
Lakewood-Dr. Jack TeruakiYa-
mamoto recently opened his dental
practice at 10005 W. 17th PI. He
is the son of the Hayasuke Yama-
motos of Derby.
The dentist, upon graduating
from Adams City High School,
served three years in the U.S.
Air Force, graduated from D.U.
with B.A. degree, and received his
dental degree from Western Re-
serve Univ., Cleveland, O., in 1962.
A bachelor, and a bowler in
Simpson church league, he's been
averaging in the high 130's. This
winter, he hopes to resume skiing.
IF I DON'T DETEST HIM, LOVE WILL COME after marriage. The
important thing in marriage is a husband who earns adequate wages.
These were typical answers obtained by Tokyo magazine in recent
interview of some 1200 girls.
These answers, the magazine said, indicated Japanese women who
enthusiastically embraced Western views on love and marriage after
World War II, observed results and decided they preferred tradition-
al native, arranged marriage system. Photo above shows culmi-
nation of that traditional marriage system, traditional except that
groom persists in wearing occidental cutaway, rather than kimono.
BULK RATE
U. S. Postage
PAID
DENVER, COLO.
Permit No. 63
GARDENERS1 GROUP REORGANIZES
Will Discuss Work Conditions
Oceanographer-Turned Geophysicist Fron
Cal Tech Joins Staff At Federal Center


PAGE TWO
DBAC ROSTER SCORES NARROWED
Woaen's Scoring Spread Also Shortened
MILE HIGH GOLF CLUBBERS ARE WINDING UP playing season
with annual award dinner dance this weekend. Here are some of the
club members in usual order: Cy Saito, George Nagai, Dan Losasso,
Terno Odow and Bob Miyamoto.
FUKUMA STILL LEADS, NAKAMURA, SHINTO
IMPROVE THEIR POSITION IN SERIES
Do bowlers, as they play week
after week, improve scores as a
group? One test of this notion
might be to see whether the span
of individual scores tend to de-
crease, that is, to cluster.
Well, then, do they? Do the
span of individual scores at bot-
tom and top of rosters decrease?
This speculative notion might hold
some water in DBAC series. There
was a span of 86 average points
between Takashi Aigaki's 116 and
George Omotos 202 at top of ros-
ter early in September, while there
was but 62 point spread between
Aigakis 120 and Hod Hayashis
182 last week. Since that first
game in September, the top scor-
ers have hit the 180s, it should
be explained, rather than over 200,
which happened with Omotos score
that first week.
For women, the span was 58
points in the first series, 46 last
week, between Rose Hasegawa and
Sadami Kuroda at the top of the
roster, where she has been hitting
between 153 and 160.
HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME
La Junta Tom Nakayama was
high individual scorer, with 252,
in last weeks local bowling ser-
ies. Hank Konishis 617 earned for
him the high individual series
title. Both of them play for Chic
Paree team.
Another tentative conclusion is
that, beginners may improve their
scores more noticeably than ex-
perts at top of roster.
Fukino Tops Series
With 577-30-607
For second week, Hank Fukino
topped DBAC mens high series
with 577-30-607. Next came Harry
Nagata with 560-36-596. High game
men were George Omoto, 233;
Yukio Furiye, 230; and Fukino,
222. Womens high game plays
were made by Dorothy Fujino, 214;
Amy Tsumura, 211 and Sadami Ku-
roda, 209.
In mens roster, JacksonIshida,
with 172 avg. moved up to 9th
spot from his 16th position in pre-
vious week. His high game was 208.
54 PERSONS NATURALIZED
AS CITIZENS LAST MONTH
Fifty-four persons were natur-
alized in Colorado in September,
U.S. Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service announced this week.
Among those who became Amer-
ican citizens was Mrs. Kimiko
Ando Coatney of Holyoke.
Commercial Real Estate
909 Seventeenth Street
Denver 2, Colorado
While Paul Fukuma continued to
pace top Simpson bowlers 184,
there were changes in roster line-
up in 5th weekly series.
Holding third spotwith 176 score
was Bill Nakamura who shot up
there from llth position. Behind
him was Jim Shinto in 4th posi-
tion with 175, having moved up
from 21st spot.
With these, and other position
shifts, somebody had to drop down.
even temporarily. One of them was
Norm Goto who dropped from 3rd
to 7th position with 171.
In 13th and 14th spots were Roy
Kishiyama and Tom Hikida with
170 apiece. Kishiyama had been in
6th position, while Hikida moved
up there from 24th spot.
Midway, Art Yorimoto and Mas-
sey Nishiyama shot 157, Arthaving
moved up from 47th to 39th position
and Nishiyama from 53rd to 41st
spot.
Nevcoaer Takes Top
Spot Froa Natsuda
A new-comer waltzed on to the
polished floor of Dahlia Lanes in
fourth weekly series of Simpson
church bowling league to take top
spot in women's league. Liz Kita-
shima, averaging 174 occupied top
spot, nudging out perennial top spot
holder. Jean Matsuda, who scored
163. Behind Jean, as in previous
week, were Vi Nishimura, 161,
and Jean Sato, 156.
Haruko Furukawa, at midroster,
averaged 134, as did Amy
Matsuura, Hiro Asano and Char-
lene Ikeya.
SHE WASNT CONTACTED
Cleveland, O. Greyhound Bus
Co. did not once contact 22-year-
old co-ed from Japan who was In-
jured in accident involving a com-
pany bus, in which she was pas-
senger, and a truck. So said Sachi-
ko, who left for home, accompan-
ied by her mother, Mrs. Yasuko
Kaneko, who flew here from Tokyo
to be at her daughters bedside.
The co-ed's companion, Yukiko
Murakami wras killed in the acci-
dent last summer.
They had written to the Rev.
Yoshitaka Tamai of Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church, requesting permis-
sion to visit the church, and they
were to visit Denver last summer.
Magazine, Travel
Agency Official
Publisher of a weekly Tokyo
magazine published in English
language, Tonosuke Ota, was a
visitor here last week. T. John
Fujii, formerly of California, is
editor of this magazine, This
Week In Tokyo. His father, the
Rev. Juryu Fujii visited in Denver
last summer.
The magazine makes modest
profit, admitted the publisher,
who also has interests in a hotel
and a travel agency. He and Mrs.
Ota will be in Las Vegas Oct. 21
to attend the national travel agency
convention.
ORDER OF RAINBOWS
INSTALLATION CONDUCTED
Windsor New officers of Wind-
sor Assembly of Order of Rain-
bows was held here recently. Caro-
line Felte, assisted by Nancy Nu-
moto, conducted the installation
ritual.
Phone: 292-3700
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
EVERGREEN SPECIALITY
Seasonal Employment Available, Part or Full
Time Through Dec. 20
1444 WAZEE ST., DENVER, COLORADO
PHONE.....AM 6-0883
WELCOME TO
TOKYO GRILL
Try Our Choice Japanese, Chinese,
American Dishes And Sa-ke
DOWNTOWN HOTEL
And 8 stores on k lot corner of 18th & Larimer.
Hotel has 66 rooms. Actual net profit over
$13,300 per year. Poor health forces owner to
sell. Reasonable downpayment and owners will
carry balance. Land can increase greatly in
value. Property in good condition. Price $65,
000. Call Mr. Shapiro
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
Ready-to-Serve Roast Duck

54.75 About 4 Pounds
Convenient National Rice Cooker
1946 Larimer Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone KE 4-6031
Hamj's Rower Shop
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HARRY YANARI, Proprietors
510 Fifteenth Street
Bus. CH.
Home. Address
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Denver 12, Cole.
Res. GE. 3-1770
OPEN 11 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
CLOSED THURSDAYS
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VISIT AIR FORCE ACADEMY
Platteville Members of Merry-
makers group recently touredU.S.
Air Force Academy. Among those
who made the trip were Mmes.
Harry Nishimoto and Frank Yama-
guchi.
GASOLINE AND SERVICE
STATION IS PURCHASED
Harry K. and Masako Shiramizu
of 740 Leyden st., it was report-
ed, are operators of gasoline and
service station at 6600 E. Col-
fax. ave. The station provides
Texaco auto fuel and supplies.
Kitas Visitors Here
Hachiro Kita, attached to U. S.
Army in Japan, was a visitor here
last week with his wife. He is
Franklin Tamaribuchis uncle,
while Mrs. Kita is cousin of Mrs.
Misao Sawada of Arvada.
A former Seattleite, he has been
civilian employee of the army
since 1945.
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