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NO. 90 OCTOBER 24, 1962
THESE STUDENTS FROM DENVER JUDO School performed recently
at International House. Glimpsed, from top of stairs, Bob Fushimi,
Carl Hammond, Steven Nakamura, Wayne Fushimi, Phil Jordan, Keith
Hammond, Doug Jordan, Ken Sugiura^ at bottom of stairway, Glen
Fushimi. Others not shown, who participated, were Shun Sugiura and
Tom Taguchi. They were under direction of Dr. Yosh Ito.
meT&tTval ~
Local Choices Long Vs. Short Grain
If necessity compels, a helpful
friend (?) suggested, you can cook
up a pot of rice quickly by start-
ing with hot tap water a prac-
tice that is a downright sacrilege
to the issei who insists on. cold
water.
This disputable suggestion in-
troduces the subject. It was Rice
Harvest Festival week here last
week. Coloradoans, generally, may
prefer the long-grained rice from
Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana,
but the issei and nisei .families,
Frank Torizawa of Granada Fish
Market says, prefer short-grain
Calif, product. The west coast
variety, some seeded with imports
from Japan, cooks out moist. Cook-
ed Arkansas rice, for example, is
porous and dry. To the diet-con-
scious, one of its merit is, it
contains less starch than the west
coast product.
One out of every four sack of
rice produced in U.S. is grown
in Calif. Local Japanese prefer-
ence for it, over Ark. rice, for
instance, may be 125 to 1; and per-
haps at even wider ratio, it was
suggested at Pacific Mercantile
Co.
Welcome Visiting
Scouters At Dinner
Five Boy Scout officials from
Yokohama were feted at dinner at
Akebono restaurant.last week by
local Scout and community leaders,
including Tad Yamamoto of the
Buddhist Church and Min Yasui of
the JACL,,
The visitors were the scout-
masters, Hiroaki Ishiyama, Yuji
Saito and Minoru Yoshida, and
Yoshiaki Yamashita, vice chair-
man of Boy Scout Council and
Kazuo Ide, Explorer Scout advisor.
They were invited to visit U.S, by
Yokohamas sister of San Diego,
Calif.
Maploton High School Homecoming Queen, (Jemmi Hahn is shown
with her two attendants Carol Furuiye and Ange'la Chatman at the
homecoming dance held Saturday. October 6.
FOUR COUNSELORS
Dr. Sugi Yamamoto, woman phy-
sician and member of Japanese
government's House of Coun-
selors, spoke at Buddhist Church
Wed. The visitor was one of four
women members of this body who
were also feted at the church re-
ception sponsored by its Fujin
Kai.
floyd tanaka to design
MEMORIAL FOR VETERANS
Floyd Tanaka, deputy director,
Urban Renewal Commission, has
accepted the request from Cathay
American Legion Post to prepare
a memorial design for the pro-
posed monument to be erected
at a local cemetery. Site will be
selected by the memorial com-
mittee of the post.
History Of Protestant Mission Written;
Coanenorate 85th Anniversary Of Work
The Rev. Harry Hashimoto, pas-
tor of 55-year-old Oceanview Con-
gregational Church, San Diego,
Calif., last week served as guest
preacher at Simpson Church which
observed 85th anniversary of the
Protestant churches* mission a-
mong the Japanese in U.S.
Southern California Japanese
members of Protestant churches,
through coordinating services of
Southern Calif. Church Federation,
has been conducting year-long ob-
servance of this anniversary. The
Rev. Kiyoshi Shiraishi, for ex-
ample, is writing the history of
Protestant mission among these
people in the U.S. to be published
next month.
Sixth minister of the San Diego
church, the pastor had attended
Western Pastors School of the
denomination in Colorado Springs
last year. He is graduate of North-
ern Baptist Seminary of Chicago.
VERBALIZING -
That's His Problen
Englewood He has difficulty
verbalizing. An English teacher
might so describe a problem fac-
ing Hideki Iwamoto, 15, of Cherry
Creek High School, newly arrived
from his. parents home in Sendai,.
Japan. He understands English,
spoken and written.
His trip to U.S. was financed
by his grandfather in Sendai, a
physician. He lives with Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Meyer, Jr., who learn-
ed about Hideki from Mrs. Eliza-
beth Rose, among whose affilia-
tions is with UNESCO.
Verbalizing may be Hidekis
problem, but otherwise in and out
of classes, hes catching on fast.
LABORERS FOR VEGETABLE
CROPS TOP ALL OTHERS
U.S. Labor Dept, report shows
that vegetable crops topped all
others in summer use of sea-
sonal farm workers. Nearly 30%
of 1,220,000 hired workers were
engaged in cultivating and harvest-
ing vegetables.
SANSEI IN CHARGE OF
CLUB MEETING IN EVANS
Evans Jerry Numoto was in
charge of the 4-H Club meeting
held recently at local High School.
Club members were to prepare for
election to be held at next meeting.
Fete Newlyweds At
Reception Party
The nqwlyweds, Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Mayeda, were feted recent-
ly at reception tendered them by
the groom's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Takashi Mayeda. Relatives and
close friends attended the dinner
held at Akebono restaurant.
The groom is a student at Mesa
College in Grand Junction. The
bride, Eileen, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tsuyoshi Sato of
Welby. She is a student at Barnes
Business School.
Baishakunins for the young cou-
ple were Mr. and Mrs. Seishiro
Nakamura of Littleton.
ARRIVES FROM HOKKAIDO
Osamu Noguchi, member of
Seichono lye, will meet with local
members of the religious organi-
zation at Japanese hall, Oct. 29,
7 p.m. The visitor is from Hok-
kaido, Japan.
ISSEIS AT ELECTION POLLS
They
How many naturalized issei
voters are there in Denver and in
surrounding counties? How many of
them are there who are registered,
voters in primaries, and intend to
vote in general election next
month? Difficult to determine.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mizouye,
who managed the Duff hotel down-
town, rarely missed their appoint-
ments at election polls since they
became citizens seven years ago.
They vote at election booths set
up at municipal bathhouse, 1011-
20th st.
Many problems confront older
issei; inability to find covenient
transportation to polls, difficulty
in reading designations of candi-
dates and issues in booths, being
among them.
In precinct No. 1801, Republican
committeewoman, Mrs. Josephine
Have Soae froblens
Kamada has been assisting aged
issei voters to register and to
vote., her district captain, Mrs.
Frances Fairbanks has reported.
Republican precinct committee-
woman, Mrs. Ruby Sakayama re-
ported there are no issei voters
in her Precinct No. 204, In area
where Democrats traditionally
have been ;n ^dominant, out of about
400 registered voters in the pre-
cinct, perhaps 10 percent are Re-
publicans, she said. Also, she
works among newcomers. Then,
there are the independents, who
comprise perhaps another 10 per
cent of precinct voting population.
In course of her precinct work,
she met and shook hands with
Richard Nixon, Calif. Republican
gubernatorial candidate when he
visited here recently.
Election Issues
Will Be Discussed
Mile Hi JACL meeting will be
held Friday, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m, at
Buddhist church. Bill Hosokawa "
will explain the issues involved in
the forthcoming general election,
and discuss candidates for the
elective offices.
Pres. Mike Tashiro will pre-
side at the meeting. Mae Kuroki
is chairman of the Halloween party
for the children.
NEW DIRECTORS OF JUDO
SCHOOL ANNOUNCED
Dr. Sueo Ito is president of
Denver Judo School. Other of-
ficers are: vice pres., TooruTaka-
matsu; sec-treas., George Kura-
moto; vice-treas., Wilson Eno-
moto. Directors are: Roger Ste-
vens, Dr. YOshio Ito, Fred Oki-
moto, Tom Masamori, Ken Fushimi
and James Fukuhara.
Two At University
Win Scholarships
Harry Harada, Jr., from Rocky
Ford and Setsu Horiuchi from
Brighton were awarded Belle Bon-
fils Memorial Blood Bank scho-
larships for medical technicians
at CU Medical Center.
Both scholars are in senior
class. Setsu is the daughter of the
Keiji Horiuchis.
DANCE OF NATIONS FETE
OPENS UN FESTIVAL
Mrs. Noboru Tsunoda was in
charge of girls who performed
Japanese dance at Dance of the
Nations" Festival Saturday at Den-
ver Hilton ballroom. Fourteen na-
tional and folk groups participated.
Scientist To Study
Fossil Algae
Golden Study of fossil algae
is ultimately related to explora-
tion for likely petroleum bearing
soil. Classification of this form of
fossil is a part of the field of
science in which Dr. Rikizo Imai-
zumi is engaged at Colorado School
of Mines.
The scientist is slated to join
a group of scientists who will con-
duct fossil algae field study in
Guatemala, Central America, with -
aid of $20,000 National Science
Foundation grant received by Dr.
Harlan Johnson of the geology
department. Dr. Imaizumi, post-
doctoral research assistant in the
department, is geology instructor
at Tohoku University, Japan.
THE COMING EVENTS
Friday, Oct. 26, 7;30 p.m. Mile
Hi JACL general meeting and Hal-
loween party for children at Bud-
dhist Church.
Friday, Oct. 26, 8 p.m., Bud-
dhist church Sunday School PTA
Halloween party at church.
Monday, Oct. 29, 7 p.m., Sei-
chono lye meeting at Japanese
Hall, 2109 Lawrence st.
Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m., Ski
Club inauguration dinner and dance
at Malibu Motel, Smith Road and
Kearney st.
BULK RATE
U. S. Postage
PAID
pENVER, COLO.
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Natsuda Resmes Lead In Bowl Series
With 164 Average And High Sane Of 194
Jean Matsuda resumed lead in
Simpson church women's bowling
league with 164 in sixth session,
with 24 hdcp, a 194 high game and
a 535 high series.
Top high game was Jean Sato's
226. Her avg. was 159 and high
series, 515. Yoshi Mizoues 147
avg. moved her up from 14th to
9th position. Haruko Furukawa's
141 earned for her 16th spot. Her
high game was 196, which even
topped frontrunner Matsuda's 194,
and her high series was 528.
In women's group, hdcp. ranges
from Matsuda's 24 to Jeanette
Root's 79 at bottom of roster.
There's a 12-point hdcp. spread
between Nori Tsutsui's 36 and
Matsuda's 24; slimming down to
a 6-point spread in the middle of
the roster between SumiFukuma's
47 and Helen Nakashimas 41;
and a whopping 30-point spread
between Root and Pat Miyoshi's
49.
Check Point Spread
In Rank Of Players
There was a 10-point spread be-
tween Norman Goto, 10th man in
the 76-man Simpson Church bowl-
4ng roster, and top bowler, Paul
Fukuma. But down toward middle
of the pile, there was but 3-point
spread between, say, Bob Matsu-
moto (44th) and Casey Hayashida
(39th).
Between the 66th player, Bill
Tobo (137 avg.), and 76th player,
Ken Funakoshi (115 avg.), there
was a 22-point spread. Cluster
toward center of roster tends to
show the grouping of average play-
er enjoying a Friday night'*habit".
Paul Fukuma continued to lead
pin parade with 180 for third
straight week. Several players
showed improvement, including
Yukio Furuiye with 170 avg. in
9th spot, and Meach Nogami with
169. He moved up from 21st to
12th position. Then, there*s Haya-
shida with 159 who moved up from
49th to 39th position.
RESIDENCE PURCHASED
The Kai and Fusako Kawaharas
have purchased residence at 1534
E. 30th ave. from Chiyeko Yama-^
saki, it was reported.
rns close to that time
AGAIN SKI SEASON:
DINNER-DANCE ON NOV. 3
Tell-tale mantle of white vis-
ible on mountain peaks means
skiing season's nigh for Ski Club
members. Pres. Robert Inai an-
nounced that Dr. Al Noda is chair-
man for the club's inauguration
dinner-dance Saturday, Nov. 3, at
Malibu Motel, Smith Road and
Kearney st.
Public is invited to dance to
music furnished byCappatones or-
chestra. Dr. Noda will be assisted
by Jim Kuga, Sachi Shibata and
Inai. Club cabinet officers are:
vice pres., Kuga; rec, sec.,
Theresa Luhne; temporary corn
sec., June Noda and treas., George
Kondo.
AIRLINE TO UNDERTAKE
FACT-FINDING MISSION
Japan Airlines will try to find
out what prospective Nippon tour-
ists to U.S. will want to know -
about accommodations, sites, costs
by fanning out teams of experts
to major American cities, includ-
ing Denver. They will meet local
civic and tourist officials to col-
lect this data in November.
JAL is banking on prospect that
Japan will soon lift strict foreign
exchange regulations which ham-
pers travels abroad.
TOUR OFFICIAL VISITOR
Tatsuo Osako, Japan National
Tourist Association manager
visited Denver last week, enroute
to Las Vegas, Nev to attend
Travel Association Convention.
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MILE HI GOLF CLUB TROPHY AWARD dinner-dance Saturday at
Brown Palace drew capacity attendance. Trophy recipients included,
in first row: Kaz Sakamoto, Dr. Jack Kimura, Mas Yoshimura, Dan
Losasso, Dr. Sueo Ito, Sam Terada; and in second row, Dr. Sets
Ito, Terno Odow, Dick Yamamoto, Sam Kumagai, John Masunaga,
Charley Yamaguchi, James Hanamura and George Nagai.
Club Awards Cups To Tournanent Winners
Trophy awards made Saturday
at Mile Hi Golf Club dinner-dance
at Brown Palace amounted to re-
capitulation of summer triumphs
by members.
Cup recipients were: in the 36-
hole fray, east team, 1st, Charley
Yamaguchi; 2nd, Mas Yoshimura;
west team, 1st, Sam Terada; 2nd,
Dr. Sets Ito. In the 54-hole mara-
thon, Dr. Jack Kimura, Dan Losas-
so and Cy Saito. In Mile Hi Match
Play, "A" flite, 1st, Dr. Sueo
Ito; 2nd Losasso; *B" flite, 1st,
Kimura; 2nd, Kaz Sakamoto. In
72-hole trek, 1st, Losasso, again;
2nd, George Nagai; and follow-
ing award winners in same or-
der: Sets Ito, Rupe Arai, James
Hanamura, Sueo Ito; Dick Yama-
moto, Terno Odow; Beans Yama-
moto and Roy Terada. Winner of
72-hole low gross title, Odow. Win-
ner of Frank Dalpes trophy, Dr.
Charles Fujisaki. Granada Fish
Market trophy winner, John Masu-
naga.
Hasegawa Moves Up With 184 In DBAC
And Furuiye In 2nd Slot With 182 Score
Tom Hasegawa, who started sea-
son down at about 7th position,
averaged 184 to lead DBAC bowl-
ing roster in 18th game. Yukio
Furuiye, who moved up from 4th
position, was 2nd with 182.
Koji Kanai moved up from 19th
to 10th position with 173. Tad
Yamamoto bowled 168 to move up
from 22nd to 16th spot. Tom
Hiraoka dropped his avg. from
176 to 171 and moved down, from
176 to 171 and moved down, for
the moment, from 7th to 12th
position. But also, there was
Yoshio Miyamoto who bowled a
166 in 19th spot. He had a 168
in the previous week.
Frank Kamibayashi was high
game man with 244, and Frank
Kimura came in with 237.
Water Supply Quality Was Their Problen;
Lately, It Has Improved
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Westminster Mike Masashi and
Donna Nakata, 2780 Skyline Dr.,
perhaps put in more than average
busy work-day, and also raise
their four children. So the least
to which you would think they are
entitled to receive is drinkable,
bathable water in their house. This
they haven't always received from
their municipal water agency. As
noted elsewhere, in the neighbor-
hood, they're not alone in this la-
ment.
Lately, quality of water has im-
proved. Bath water isn't brackish
brown. Tap water's chlorine taste
has been reduced, if not eliminated.
Mrs. Nakata said their neighbor,
the Ben Kusakas also noted same
problem this past summer. Not all
households apparently suffered in
this manner. Joe and Irene Miya-
moto, 3400 W. 80th ave., said qual-
ity of their water perhaps be-
cause they lived near the water
tank has been fair.
Mike Nakata, in addition to work-
ing full time at Post Office, is
color technician at Park Mayfair
apartment beauty salon, 4801 E.
9th ave. Donna Nakata puts in full
work day at Courtesy Ford Co.
SILVER DOLLAR HOTEL
AIR CONDITIONED
1860 LAWRENCE ST.
KE 4-7070
Cathay Tee-Off Men
Close Out Season
Plush Red Slipper restaurant
was the site for annual Cathay
Post golf club dinner dance last
week.
Trophies were awarded to fol-
lowing players: In the preseason
18-hole tourney, 1st, Bob Horiu-
chi, 19-20 (numerals indicate
hdcps.); 2nd Yosh Arai, 19; in
the April 36-hole affair, 1st, Koji
Kanai, 12; 2nd, George Omoto,
11; in May tournament, 1st, Dr.
Masa Glma, 32; 2nd, Kanai. June's
36-hole fray: 1st, Chaz Komaru,
32; 2nd Tak Yamasaki, 16. July's
36-hole fray: 1st, JohnNakashima,
15; 2nd, Kanai; in July-Aug. tour-
ney, 1st, Gary Nakata, 25-18; 2nd,
Jim Yamamoto, 11. In Aug. con-
test, Frank Dalpes cup winner was
Nakata. In Aug.-Sept. 72-hole af-
fair, 1st, Kanai; 2nd, Yamasaki;
3rd, Dave Furukawa, 27. Sept.'s
18-hole consolation cup winner,
George Yoshida, 29,
Betty Yanari Tops
High Game Series
Betty Yanari swept both women's
DBAC high series and high game
series with 604 and 227, respec-
tively. Sachi Nagata was third in
both of these series with 556
and 204, respectively.
Sadami Kuroda, as she com-
pleted 18th game of season, con-
tinued to lead the women's series
with 158 avg. For the last three
weeks, she maintained a 222 h.g.
DR. DOI SCOUTMASTER
Dr. Peter Doi, 1899 York st.,
will serve as temporary Scout-
master of Simpson Church Boy
Scout Troop No. 38.
PAINTINGS DISPLAYED AT
ANNUAL ARTISTS EXHIBIT
Seven water colors and pyroxy-
lin oil works by Mrs. Yuri Noda
were among the paintings and
sculptural pieces displayed last
week in Colo. Artists Exhibit at
Neusteters. The art works were
for sale. Prices for the issei
artist's paintings ranged from $60
to $200 each, and total value for
her seven items was $800.
AIR FORCE MAJOR FROM
LACKLAND BASE VISITOR
Maj. Hiroshi Tani from Lack-
land Air Force Base in Texas
was a visitor in Denver last week.
RECOVERY REPORTED
Greeley Mrs. Lester T. Funa-
koshi was reported released last
week from Weld County Hospital
here.
CAMPUS SNOBBERY WILL BE
CORRECTED, LEADER SAYS
Campus snobbery by many
American college students toward
foreign students have embittered
many of these visitors, but this
situation is being corrected. Sore-
ported Hank Hinton of Denver Uni-
versity, vice president, University
People-to- People Program in
Colorado to campus delegates at
conference here last week.
Students from Japan, it was
reported, are among 70,000 foreign
students enrolled in American Col-
leges.
PATIENT AT HOSPITAL
Rocky Ford George Fujimoto
has been a patient at Pioneers
Memorial Hospital in La Junta.
IN SOUTHWEST DENVER
The Fred S. Kawanos have pur-
chased a home in southwest Den-
vera at 2712 S. Depew st., it
was reported.
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