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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
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DENVER GARDENERS ASSOCIATION recently met to reorganize.
Among those at the meeting were, left to right: Tom Taniguchi, Willard
Snyder and Paul Swisher of State Agriculture Department; and speaker,
Martin Poynter, Paul Cummins and John Terada.
Facing Snyder, with his head showing, is Ben Takeshita. Likewise,
facing Paul Cummins is John Matsuo.
NO. 31 OCTOBER 31
MILE Ml BENEFIT
DINNER NOVEMBER 10
Mile Hi JACL's annual benefit
dinner will be held Nov. 10 from
11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Buddhist
Church, Pres. Mike Tashiro an-
nounced. A large group of volun-
tary helpers are needed to help to
prepare and to serve the food.
Persons who wish to help are asked
to telephone Min or True Yasui
at CH 4-2239 or RA 2-925S.
The volunteers, he said, are
asked to bring specialty Japanese
foods to the church for the event.
The League will reimburse them
for the costs of ingredients.
Plan calls for providing both
servings to customers at tables,
and take out orders.
Student Teacher
Gilcrest Sarah Fujii, student
teacher for third graders, present-
ed her pupils recently in a Hal-
loween skit entitled Five Little
Pumpkins.'* The appreciative aud-
ience was made up of members of
the PTA.
RONALD OBA ON JUNIOR
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Alamosa Ronald Oba, seventh
grader at Evans Junior High
School, was the lone sansei listed
on the scholastic honor roll for the
first grading period.
ALUMNUS RECORDS
MESSAGE FOR CAMPAIGN
Dr. Junzo Sasamori, DU alu-
mnus, was among those whose re-
corded messages were used in the
university's fund-raising effort
last week, in which closed-circuit
phonecast was used, linking its
alumni and friends in 150 cities. _
Issei Will Hake
South American Tour
Derby-A six-month tour of Bra-
zil, Argentina and Chile begins
within a few days for Hayasuke
Yamamoto. From Denver, he lea-
ves for Los Angeles, where he will
board an Osaka ShosenKaishaship
bound for Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
From there, he will go to Sao
Paolo, center of large colony of
Japanese immigrants. Primary
purpose of his trip will be ac-
complished there when he visits
his brother's widow and her family.
Yamamoto learned of his brother's
recent death through communica-
tion from the Japanese embassyin
Brazil. Yamamoto had not known
of his brother's whereabouts until
this message was received.
If any Japanese resident here,
with friends or relatives in Bra-
zil or Chile, wish him to take
messages to them, Yamamoto will
be glad to do so, he said.
CORNELIANS POUR TEA
AT MEMBERSHIP AFFAIR
The Masakuni Iguchi residence
at 3201 E. 32nd ave. was the
scene of the annual membership
tea for the Cornelians last week.
Mrs. Aster Oye served as hos-
tess. Mrs. AkiAkiyama, president,
presided at the program. En-
tertainment included musical num-
bers played on the steel guitar
by Steve Suzuki, son of Henry
and Betty Suzuki.
Church Treasurer
Attends Conference
Broomfield Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Uyenishi, 345 Garnet st,, were lay
delegates recently at Family Life
Conference of Methodist Church in
Chicago.
Uyenishi, lay delegate from
Broomfield Methodist Church,
serves as its treasurer, mem-
ber of finance committee, and
formerly, he was a church ste-
ward. The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Uyenishi, 3300 E. 30thave.,
Denver, young Uyenishi is certi-
fied public accountant with firm of
Alexander Grant Co. in the First
National Bank bldg., Denver.
Among those whom he met at the
conference was the Rev. Victor
Fujiu, pastor of interracial Metho-
dist Church in Chicago.
Kanloop Group Will
Dine At Award Fete
Kamloop Fishing Club's annual
award banquet will be held Satur-
day, Nov. 17, 8 p.m., at Lotus
Room. Retiring Pres. Roy Nagai
will preside as master of cere-
monies.
It appears," Nagai noted, not-
-ing-tke-roster of fishermen's big
catches" in a notably poor summer
fishing season, the fishing derby
winner for out of state division
might be Sam Matsumoto, who
caught a 6 lb. 6 oz. trout in Mon-
tana."
Mrs. Yo Fushimi's 4 lb. 8 oz.
trout was the largest recorded fish
caught in Colorado.
PLATTEVILLE GROUP
BOUND FOR OREGON
Platteville Karen Kiyota of
local MYF organization reported
last week that its delegation will
join Denver's Simpson Methodist
Church group to entrain for On-
tario, Ore., youth conference
Thanksgiving week-end.
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
BRIGHTON MATRON
Brighton Funeral services for
Mrs. Masu Honda, 81, of Hender-
son was held Oct. 26 at Buddhist
Church here.
Interment will be held at 10a.m.
at Riverside Cemetery from the
Chapel of Memories.
Hit Indiscriminate
"Love" And "Hate"
I'd be just as suspicious of
a person professing to love all
members of a minority group as
one professing to hate all of them."
So declared Director James Gal-
vin of State Department of Insti-
tutions at Smith school recently.
The community meeting was
sponsored by the Northeast Park
Hill Civic Ass'n. People, he said,
should be judged as individuals,
not as groups. Racial prejudice
is a form of anger, Dr. Galvin
explained, which is a universal
human experience. We should know
this characteristic in ourselves,
he said, and conduct ourselves in
such a way that this feeling causes
no damage.
CORNELIANS TO.WORK
ON BENEFIT TAMALE SALE
Mmes. Kana Yorimoto andFumi
Yabe are cochairmen of Cornel- .
ians* benefit tamale sale Nov. 4,
noon, at Simpson Methodist
Church. Tamales will be sold for
$1.75 per dozen.
COMING EVENTS
Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m., Ski
Club dinner-dance at Malibu Mo-
tel, Smith rd. and Kearney st.
Dance begins at 9 p.m., $1.00
per couple, or per person.
Sunday, Nov. 4, Cornelian bene-
fit tamale sale for Simps on Metho-
dist Church Senior MYF-Wesley-
ans convention trip to Ontario, Ore.
Sunday, Nov. 4 7 p.m., Kabuki
play sponsored by Fukiyose Kai,
at Buddhist Church.
Saturday, Nov. 10, MileHiJACL
Oriental bazaar, Buddhist Church.
Sunday, Nov. 11, WSCS of Simp-
son Church, annual luncheon at
Max Mosko's restaurant.
Saturday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m., Kam-
loop Fishing Club award banquet at
Lotus Room.
SCOUT TRAINING
CAMP DRAWS LEADERS
Island Grove Park This camp-
ing site, near Greeley, drew 170
Boy Scouts and junior leaders re-
cently for a session devoted to
training in Scout arts and Scout
leadership.
Charles Clementz was in charge.
Among those who assisted in the
program was Noble Taziri of
Evans.
NATURALIZATION SCHOOL
AT JAPANESE HALL
Registration for naturalization
school to be conducted atjapanese
Association Hall, 2109 Lawrence
st. was held Monday. Classes will
be held on Mondays, Wednesday
and Fridays at 7 p.m. Certifi-
cates will be issued to pupils who
complete the course which will
require two months.
Legislators Note
Peace Corps Work
One of Kennedy administration's
accomplishments which attracts
international interest is the work of
the Peace Corp, composed of youth
trained to work in underdeveloped
nations.
A group of members of Japan's
House of Representatives was here
last week from visit to Puerto
Rico where they observed mem-,
bers of the corps at work. Among
the legislators was Soichiro Ito,
former correspondent of Tokyo's
Yomiuri newspaper. One of his
last assignment as correspondent
was the trip to Moscow, accom-
panying Ichiro Kono, now Prime
Minister Ikeda's Minister of Agri-
culture.
STUDENTS OBSERVE SAFE
HALLOWEEN ANNIVERSARY
Students at Smiley Junior High
last week celebrated 20th anni-
versary of the school's campaign
for a safe and sane Halloween.
Ceremonial birthday cake mark-
ing the anniversary was cut by Head
Girl Gail Takamine, 13, daughter
of Terrie and Hannah Takamine of
1714 Poplar st.
At First, Trainee,
Now, He Is Owner
A unique volcanizing process,
for repairing wading boots and
other sports footwear, is the ser-
vice provided at Roy System Shoe
Repair, 26 Broadway. George
Uyeno, who first began working at
the establishment about eight years
ago as trainee, recently acquired
its ownership, according to Mrs.
Uyeno.
Her husband, ardent sportsman,
was tramping last week-end over
a private hunting field on a friend's
farm in Grant, Nebr., pursuing
pheasants. Grant is located a few
miles east of Julesburg, Colo.
HARVESTING MAGE
RATE ESTABLISHED
Colorado lettuce growers, in
harvest season next year, will be
required to offer option to the pick-
ers, between per crate piece rate,
or an hourly wage rate. A new
U.S. Labor Department minimum
wage order makes this plan manda-
tory to growers.
The wage order will require
growers to pay the piece rate, or
hourly rate, which ever is higher.
Minimum hourly wage rate for the
state is 90 cents. The rates else-
where are, $1.00 per hour inCalif.,
and Kans., 75 cents in New Mex.
and 70 cents in Texas.
The announcement stated that the
secretary of labor determined
wage rates to safeguard adverse
effects on wages of domestic work-
ers because of imports of Mexican
labor.
Conservatives
Are Sympathetic
* Well-nigh universal concern
about President Kennedy's polic-
ies, with respect to nuclear arma-
ment as well as his administra-
tion's foreign relations was em-
phasized in the expressions of four
women of the several political
groups in Japan. They were accom-
panied by the U.S. State Department
interpreter, Yukio Kawamoto.
Among the four visitors were
Mrs. Nobuko Matsumoto, secre-
. tary of the conservative Liberal-
Democratic party, which is sym-
pathetic toward aims of U.S. for-
eign policy. Mrs. Chiyose Chiba,
of the leftist Socialist opposition
party, is critical of some aspects
of U.S. foreign policy, for example,
with respect to its method of handl-
ing the Cuban crisis.
ARTISTIC HALLOWEEN
DECORATIONS PRAISED
Artistic display window decora-
tions fronting stores at Chaffee
Park shopping center earned the
merchants' and customers' praise
last week. Art work was done by
students of Horace Mann Jr. High,
who were in charge of instruc-
tors, Mikyo Matsuura and Millie
Aikins.
Two On Honor Roll
Pierce Wayne Matsuda and
Carla Morita were among students
named last week in the School
Superintendent's Scholastic Honor
Roll. The list includes only those
students who receive no grades
below B" in five solid subjects.
Candidate Reviews Mental Health Issues
Brighton Republican State Re-
presentative candidate, Seiji
Horiuchi, while generally approv-
ing state institutions director, Dr.
James Galvin's appraisal of Colo-
rado's mental health problems,
last week took issue with the di-
rector's assertion that this is a
non-political issue.
Any time you are spending tax
dollars, that is a political issue,"
he declared.
VOTE NOVEMBER 6 FOR
Seiji H
DHIUCHI
REPUBLICAN FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
BULK RATE
U. 5. Postage
PAID
PENVKR, COLO.
Permit No. 63
FROM ADAMS COUNTY


Hasegawa, 185, Leads OBAC Bowling Pace;
Fukino And Furuiye Shadowing Leader
THE TOP DOZEN PLATERS
AVG. HG
Tom Hasegawa 185 229
Hank Fukuno 163 248
Tukio Furuiye 183 230
George Omoto 181 233
Hod Hayashi 179 218
Tats Iwahaahi 178 237
Jackson Ishida 173 225
Harry Nagjata 173 218
Frank Kamibayashil70 244
Doc Evans 170 221
Tom Hiraoka 170 217
Henry Ito 169 220
DOZEN ANCHOR M
Bill Yoahida 154 218
Jim Arita 148 200
Jim Doisaki 147 214
Fred Miyazawa 145 202
Harry Yanari 145 202
Henry Tagawa 144 207
Frank Tagawa 142 212
Frank Kimura 142 237
Frank Hiraoka 135 191
Bruoe Hir&sawa 135 204
Frank Sato 128 226
Tlakashi Aigaki 118 185
*g,s..HMP mm
Hank Fukino 625-21-646
Jim Doizaki 534-96-630
Toeh Tawara 551-54-605
George Omoto 584-21-605
Bill Yoshida 527-78-605
Ruby Miyazawa, 567
LADIES HIGH SERIES
Ruby Miyazawa 447-120-567
Kaz Fushimi 411-132-543
Lillian Sato 486-105-591
LINCOLN DRUBS SOUTH
High school tennis tournament
last week between Lincoln and
Manual resulted in the latter's de-
feat, 6-0. Among the Manual play-
ers were Charles Fujita, who, with
Frobig, was defeated 6-0, 6-1
by Richar Erlacher and Dennis
Gunderson of Lincoln.
All-Star Tourney
At Kansas City
Ken Matsuda, probably the top
nisei bowler here, will be a mem-
ber of state bowling contingent
which will compete in February at
All Star tourney in Kansas City,
Mo.
Matsuda, in the state all star
event at Celebrity Sports Center
last week, toted up a 203 average
and 225.15 points.
Amy Konishi of Rocky Ford
snatched second place in women's
event, scoring 106.17.
TOP INDIVIDUAL GAME
Ault Top individual game play-
er in localbowling series lastweek
was Albert Tateyama with a 242.
Scotch Doubles
Scotch doubles results were:
Mas Nonaka and Chickey Yama-
guchi, 708; Doc Kanda and Marge
McClelland, 607; Casey Hayashida
and Jean Matsuda. 601; A1 Mita-
mura and Gladys Look, 588; Tony
Kajiwara and Flo Domoto; 587.
BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY
SCHOOL HOLDS DINNER
La Junta Turkey was the main
course served at Baptist Church
Sunday School last week. Partici-
pants in the program and the din-
ner included Motoi Hiramatsu.
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INTRUDERS DAMAGE
UBAS RESIDENCE
Intruders forced entrance into
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Mahito
Uba at 2655 Jackson st. recently,
and caused damage to furniture and
equipment. Small amount of cash
was stolen, it was reported.
High Game Girls
Feminine high gamesters in Simp-
son Church bowling series in the
7th round of plays were the fol-
lowing:
Jean Sato, 245; Bonnie Yama-
moto, 201; Vi Nishimura, 214;
Flo Domoto, 216; Yoshi Mizoue,
208; and Amy Matsuura, 201.
Averages for these players
were: Domoto, 156; Sato, 161;
Yamamoto, 159; Nishimura-, 158;
Mizouye, 149; and Matsuura, 135.
No Thunderbolt Here
Wheatridge-The junior high
school field was the scene last
week-end of Arvada Redskins*
gridiron victory over Manuals
Thunderbolt by 25-7 score. The
vanquished gridders lone touch-
down was made by Quarterback
Ralph Mura.
Score came in the fourth quar-
ter on the sanseis one-yard sneak.
John Hartfield kicked the extra
point. Ralph, a senior, is son of
Mr. and Mrs. Masao Mura, 2601
Dexter st.
Urge Increases In
Export And Inport
Colo. Wheat Administration
Commission was' host last week to
Ichiro Furunashi, chief, import
planning section, Japanese Food
Agency. The visitor reported to
the commission, which is promot-
ing export of the product to Japan,
that his country is importing the
bulk of its wheat from Canada,
rather than from U.S.
Canadian wheat is cheaper to buy
than U.S. wheat, he said, primarily
. due to favorable rail freight rate
for moving the product from in-
land mills to Canadian west coast
shipping ports. The U.S. recently
reduced its rate for rail freight
rate to meet this competition, it
was reported.
Furunashi said his country wants
to increase import of wheat and
other U.S. products, so that in turn,
it can export more manufactured
goods to this country.
Stranger Given Aid
When a San Francisco mail car-
riers wife was recently stricken
by a heart attack while they were
motoring through desolate western
Kansas, many persons helped the
frantic husband rush his wife to
a Denver hospital.
They included an unknown air-
plane pilot, passing overhead, who
received and transmitted the tra-
veler's Morse code flashed on the
headlight, a State Highway patrol-
man, the Postmaster in Denver,
and a school teacher who offered
use of his home to the visitor. The
teacher was Joe Ariki of 2025
Quince st., who knew the mail
carriers brother in Westerville,
Ohio.
Judo Instructor
DEPARTS FOR JAPAN
Tech. Sgt. James Sakabe of Low-
ry AFB, an instructor at Denver
Judo School has been transferred
to an Air Force station in Japan.
The Sergeant holds the judo rank
of nidan.
Page 2
Nakamura Shoots Past Predictable Pin
Leaders To Lead Seventy-Six Man Roster
Bill Nakamura, who had been ho- r
vering anywhere between 3rd to
14th position on Simpson church
bowling roster, shot passed peren-
nial leaders in the seventh week-
ly bowling series to top the ros-
ter.
His record was 3759 total pins,
600 high series, 254 high game,
avg. 179 and hdep. 14.
Speaking of high game scores,
a number of players below mid-
point in the 76-man roster shot
200 or higher points, including:
Gary Nakata, 208; Roy Nagai, 228;
Bob Matsumoto, 200; John Naka-
shima, 202; Massey Nishiyama,
211; Roy Nishimura, 202: and Roy
Mendoza, 215.
SHIZ OGATA, TOPS
Greeley-Shiz Ogata, in the Gree-
ley Ladies bowling series last
week, took high individual series
with a 500, and 199 individual game.
ATTEND CONFERENCE
Tooru Takamatsu, secretary-
treasurer of Denver Judo School
will attend national judo organiza-
tions meeting of board of gover-
nors, Dec. 1-2 at Cadillac hotel
in Detroit.
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There is NO
Substitute for
EXPERIENCE
Dont Turn Off the
Switch on Progress
Re-Elect
STEVE McNICHOLS
DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR
Keep Faith with Your Future...
GOVERNMENT IS A SERIOUS BUSINESS!
McNiehols for Governor Committee Ben F. Stapleton Jr. Chairman
RETURN
BYRON G.
ROGERS
CONGRESS
'Who has always done a big
job for all of Denver"
QUALIFIED
EXPERIENCED
DEPENDABLE
CARROLL is Colorados
open door to the White
House; working for Colo-
rado with the Executive
Branch of the U.S. Gov-
ernment.
CARROLL is a member of
the majority party from
which all committee and
sub-committee chairmen
are selected.
.CARROLL was a two'term
member of the U.S. House
of Representatives; has
: many friends and contacts
among. House leaders. .
CARROLL was Special
White House Counsel for
legislation in 1951,1952.
CARROLL has now been
in the U.S. Senate for
six chairs, is CHAIRMAN
of two sub-committees,
a member of the Inte-
rior and Judiciary Com-
mittees.
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DISCRIMINATION AT COLORADO UNIV.
only 2 CANDIDATES ANSWERED
they are BETZ & TOOLEY
CANDIDATES FOR C.U. BOARD OF REGENTS
BETZ & TOOLEY OPPOSE DISCRIMINATION !
We know they champion equal opportunity for
all regardless of race or religion.
They oppose BIGOTRY !!
! Their oppornents did not answer the committee
i to oppose discrimination.
WE URGE YOU TO VOTE FOR
BETZ & TOOLEY
for C.U. Regent November 6.
Re-elect BETZ Regent
University of Colorado
DEMOCRAT
General Election N ov. 6
DALE TOOLEY.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
FOR REGENT
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