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NO. 32 NOVEMBER 7
hlob ant
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
In Fort Lupton Area
NOTARY PRESIDENT
WELCOMES VISITOR
Ft. Lupton Local Rotarians,
headed by Floyd Koshio, presi-
dent. recently welcomed Eric
Wendt of Brush, governor of Dis-
trict No. 545 of Rotary Interna-
tional.
Mr. Wendt's broad experience
in Rotary work qualifies him to
help us to organize effective pro-
grams for achieving our goals,"
said Koshio. The local Rotary goals
include community betterment,
raising the standards of business
and professions and in further-
ing international understanding.
NORMAN YOKOOJI WINS
SILVER AWARD
Ft. Lupton Norman Yokooji
was among those who recently
earned the Silver Award, high-
est Air Explorer citation in Boy
Scoutdom.
Norman has served as squadron
senior crew chief.
Urano And Family
Leave On Assignment
Ft. Lupton.- James Urano left
recently for bis next overseas as-
signment from his employer, the
U.S. Dept, of Agriculture. He was
accompanied by his wife and sons,
Jimmy and Keith.
Urano and his family were vaca-
tioning here for 10 weeks, having
returned here from his assignment
in Colombo, Ceylon.
NAME SCHOLARS TO
SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
I t. Lupton Senior High School
honor roll members, posted last
week, included Linda Konishi,
freshman, who received coveted
straight A in her subjects. She
is the daughter of the George
Konishis.
Other scholars who received
"A" and **B" grades were: Cyn-
thia Urano, daughter of Tom Ura-
no; and Tom Yokooji, son of the
Frank Yokoojis.
RECOVERY REPORTED
Ft. Lupton Mrs. George Ihata
was to be released from Brigh-
ton Community hospital upon re-
covery from heart attack. Her
daughter. Lily, from Honolulu, was
with her during convalescence.
STUDENT COUNCIL
REPRESENTATIVES NAMED
Ft. Lupton Intermediate school
student council representatives
and alternates were recently elect-
ed from each home room.
Sansei representatives include;
Naomi Okamoto, and Gloria
Koshio; and alternates: Wayne Mu-
rata and Steve Hisamoto.
TWO JUNIOR HONOR
SCHOLARS ANNOUNCED
Ft. Lupton Wayne Murata and
Naomi Okamoto were recently in-
itiated into the National Junior Ho-
nor Society.
These junior high school stu-
dents, Wayne, is the son of the
Lee Muratas: and Naomi is the
daughter of the Sam Okamotos.
FRIENDLY CIRCLE
CLUB MEETING HELD
Ft. Lupton Friendly Circle
Club members met recently at
home of Mrs. Floyd Koshio.
Hostesses were: Mmes. Floyd
Koshio, Sam Koshio, Harley
Inouye, Sam Funakoshi and AI- "
fred Watada.
ATrKND STUDENT
COUNCIL MEETING
Ft. Lupton Iris Nakata and
Joyce Murata were among Ft.
Lupton student representatives
who recently attended Tri-Valley
Student Council meeting in Brush.
Nisei Officer Of
Shop Center Group
Westminster Henry Kunugi of
7050 Clay st. is a vice-president
of Westminster Plaza Merchants
Association, Inc., which recently
celebrated its third anniversary.
Forty tenants of the shopping cen-
ter are its members.
Kunugi operates Uncle Hank's
Toys and Hobbies in the shopping
center.
FINIS FUKUI- LESTER
l.YEDA BFTHOTAL TOLD
Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Tet-
suo l ukui of 7110 York st., an-
nounced engagement of their
daughter Finis, last week, to Les-
ter Uyeda of Denver. He is the
son of Mr.andMrs.TamakiUyeda,
3500 Steele st.
Baishakunins for the couple were .
Messrs, and Mmes. Yutaka Inai
and Jingoro Kuroki.
Two Bayberry-scented
candles for joining
ANBs Christinas Club!
Bayberry candles are traditional at
Christmas. Their distinctive fra*
grance imparts a special charm to
holiday festivity. And legend says
good luck and wealth will follow
their use during the Yuletide season.
ANB has a gift of two Bayberry-scented
candles for you .. just for joining the 1963
Christmas Club.
Our supply is limited ... so stop in soon.
You'll enjoy this Christmas more knowing
youve already started to save toward a
paid-up Christmas next year.
AMERICAN
NATIONAL
BANK
Drive-In Banking free In-Bank Parking
17th and Stoat CMerry 4-6911
LOCAL ADULT SCOUT LEADERSHIP Min Yasui and Frank Naka-
gawa, third and fifth from left, have long been active in serving local
Boy .Scout functions, Yasui through the JACL, and Nakagawa as as-
sistant district commissioner, Denver Area Boy Scout Council. They
were among hosts here recently to Japan's Scout officials, left to right:
Hiroshi Ishiyama and Yuji Saito, Scoutmasters, Yasui, Yoshiaki Ya~
mashita, vice-chairman, Yokohama Council; Nakagawa, Kazuo Ide,
Explorer Scout advisor, and Minoru Yoshida, Scoutmaster.
Nakagawa, on his summer trip accompanying local Scouts to In-
ternational Jamboree in Japan, was impressed with attitude of Ja-
pan's Scouts and Scout leaders that this is not a lark, but an activ-
ity requiring their full interest and devotion.
Instructor Heads Mental Health Campaign
Alamosa San Luis Valley Men-
tal Health Clinic's officials are
organizing membership and fund
campaign. Heading these activi-
ties is Dr. William Oba, president
of San Luis Valley Mental Health
Association.
He urged residents in this South-
ern Colorado area to support work
of this association through pay-
ments of nominal membership fees
and contributions toward estab-
lishment of the clinic.
Dr. Oba is associate professor
in the sociology and philosophy
department at Adams State Col-
lege.
STATE-OWNED CAR HIT
IN ROAD ACCIDENT
Greeley State Highway Patrol-
man Will Kagohara last week re-
ported an accident at junction ol:
U.S. 85 and Colo. 52, Accident in-
volved auto driven by William Mor-
ris which crashed in to a parked,
^tate-owned truck
STUDENT TEACHERS
LEARN BY TEACHING
Ft. Collins Practice treaching
was begun last week by Jack Nu-
kuya of CSU at La Porte School.
He will be engaged, thus, for six
weeks.
EVENTS COMI NG UP
Sunday, Nov. 11, 6 p.m., Hiro-
shima Kenjin Kai dinner at Ake-
bono restaurant, honoring Yukio
Hagihara from Hiroshima.
Saturday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m.,MUe
Hi JACL benefit dinner at Bud-
dhist Church.
Saturday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m.,Kam-
loop Fishing Club award dinner at
Lotus Room.
Sunday, Nov. 18, 7 to 10 p.m.,
DBAC turkey benefit.
Nov. 23- 25, Denver and Platte-
ville youth groups attending North-
west YP Conference. Ontario, Ore.
Brighton-Born Engineer Heads Research
And Development Work On Three Projects
Littleton Brighton-born Noble
Ida, 35, is senior nuclear divi-
sion engineer at Martin Co., in
charge of research and develop-
ment on three metals programs
in corrosion, brittle fracture and
explosive formations.
He was employed, from 1956
to 1958, at the company plant in
Baltimore, Md., and at the local
plant since that year.
He holds patents in metallurgy
and explosive forming of metals,
published technical papers in fields
of corrosion, alloy development
ami nuclear metallurgy.
Ida obtained B.S. degree in
chemical engineering from C.U.,
followed by graduate studies in
the field at Iowa State Coilege and
Johns Hopkins Univ.
He, his wife, Anne, and their
four children live in Boulder.
His mother. Mrs. Tomo Ida,
formerly of Littleton, now resides
in Brighton. His brother, Harry,
is employed at Kody Kodama's
Fresh Vegetable Packaging Co.
Noble Ida, engineer.
Oriental Food
Bazaar On Saturday
Harry Daisuke Okuno is food
chairman for the Mile Hi JACL
Oriental food bazaar at the Bud-
dhist Church Nov. 10 from 11 a.m.
to 7:30 p.m.
The League's office announced
that others in charge of various
functions include: Jim Imatani and .
Tak Terasaki, official greeter.s;.
Henry Suzuki, art exhibits: Gladys
Taniwaki, entertainment program;
Jean Sato, hostesses: Dr. Taka-
shi Mayeda, general arrange-
ments; Tosh Ando, tickets.
ATHLETIC CLUB WILL
SPONSOR BENEFIT FETE
Bill Chikuma is general chair-
man of DBAC Turkey Benefit af-
fair Nov. 18, Sunday, at the Bud-
dhist Church.
The program, beginning at 7
p.m., serves to raise money to
finance athletic programs for Bus- .,
sei. The club sponsors baseball,
basketball and other recreational
events.
Dartmouth Graduate
In Naval Training
Tom Yasuda flew out last week
to Newport, Rhode Island, to en-
roll at U.S. Naval Training Sta-
tion.
Yasuda, son of Mr. and Mrs.
K. Hirakawa, 1431 Curtis st., grad-
uated in June from Dartmouth Col-
lege, New Hampshire. He was
member of Phi Beta Kappa and
earned his degree in international
relations.
MRS. HOSHIKO MEMBER
OF GRAY LADIES GROUP
Greeley Mrs. Paul Hoshiko
of Red Cross Gray Ladies organi-
zation is working with its members
to prepare 400 puppets for the
pediatrics ward of Weld County
General Hospital. She is a member
of Busy Home Makers group in
Kersey.
Brothers NliU Hold
A Reunion Here
Masayuki Iguchi of 3201 E. 26th
ave., after 26 years, will see his
brother when he arrives for a brief
visit from Japan.
The visitor, scheduled to arrive
Nov. 16, is Dr. Shiro Iguchi of
Mitsubishi Industries' aviation di-'
vision In Japan. The visitor, on
business trip, is scheduled to ar-
rive in Los Angeles from Japan,
fly to New York, then, enroute
home, visit in Denver.
BULK RATE
U. S. Postage
PAID
PENVER, COLO.
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THATS NHY THET'BE
SKI ENTHUSIASTS
A little boy wobbling about on
his first bicycle, or a fellow dis-
covering his hidden skills on skis,
probably experiences common,
though relative, physical effort and
exhaustion. This, perhaps, is a
partial explanation for their mut-
ual savour of hard won sense of
satisfaction.
A determined skiing neophyte,
with spanking new set of gears
and apparels, probably will exper-
ience a year of trials and errors,
aches and pains, before this sport
will become fun for him, said Mrs,
Sachi Shibata, a charter member
of Cathay Post Ski Club.
But the resulting sense of dar-
ing, the risks, and the clean feel-
ing of speed on slopes, suggest-
ed Mrs. Shibata, who is an occu-
pational therapist at Colo. General
Hospital, may enable many per-
sons who take up this sport, to
allay, or possibly remove, frustra-
tions and tensions built up within
him in his daily work.
This viewpoint may help to ex-
plain the rapid increase in the num-
ber of enthusiasts for this Alpine
sport here and elsewhere. While
this Cathay Post club is the oldest
nisei-sansei ski group, others have
since sprung up. The old NICC
collegiate group, now the Inter-
mountain College Students group,
the Buddhist Church group and
others have formed up for ski
expeditions. (To be continued.)
SERVICES HELD FOR
MATRON IN PUEBLO
Pueblo Mrs. ShigenoKutsuma,
76, died Oct. 26. Her husband,
Yuzo Kutsuma, died in 1961.
Surviving her are Mmes. Yuki
Phelps of Pueblo, Michi Oba of
Hayward, Calif.; Taka Oba of Ala-
mosa, wife of Dr. William Oba
of Adams State College: and a
sister, Mrs. Mitsu Shimizu of
Tokyo.
Funeral service was held from
Wesley Methodist Church, where
she was a member. Burial was
at Mountain View Cemetery.
The Kutsumas lived here since
1917.
Symphony Group
Learns About Matsuri
Denver Symphony Guilds Lake-
wood Study group presented a Ja-
panese Matsuri last week at the
home of Mrs. John Hemming in
Lakewood. The program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Kameo Nakamura,
odori and samisen instructor.
The programs setting was the
SCRATCH AND NISEI LEAGUE PIN SCORES
Ken Matsuda bowled over the
pins last week in Scratch League
to tote up 243-224-237-704. Bill
Chikuma of Nisei League scored
' 687 with 582 plus 105 hdcp.
.SCRATCH LEAGUE
Man&bu Kimura
Kanabu Kimura
Tom Ioka
Bill Nakamura
Willie Easegawa
Kiyo Yokooji
Yosh Hora.
Pete Menda
Chaz Kornaru
Tats Iwahasbi
214
GAME
214
226
206-202
215
201
234
226
205
201
Scores were compiled by lwao
Nishikawa, secretary of Nisei
Bowling League. He is also serv-
ing for fourth year as member of
board of City Bowling Associa-
tion.
20-271
14-246
*22-223
-13-225
.34-239
.17-217
-22-232
Tok Mukaikubo251
Bob Norrish 232-
Art Yoshimura201-
Bob Mayeda 2X2*
Dave Furukawa205
Tak Yamasaki 200*
Yosh Furuiye 210-
Takashi Mayeda
201-
Bill Chikuma 239-
Toyo Nobuta 203-
.18-219
.35-274
20-223
LARRY GOTO, EIGHTH GRADE STUDENT, has been elected secre-
tary of student body at Kearney junior HighSchool. Larry, also member
of Simpson Methodist Churchs Intermediate MYF, is the son of
George and Helen Goto of 6019 Forrest St.
Photographed above are, left to right: standing, Vernon Creese,
assistant principal and Miss Gwen Orlosky, sponsor. Seated: Marilyn
Huber, head girl; Phil Pratt, head boy; and.Larry Goto. Larry is also
a member of the school band and participates in school athletic
program.
San Luis Valley Sansei Scholars On
Honor Roll At Sierra Grande School
dren of the Morris Tanakas of
Blanca. Sharon is the daughter of
the Roy Tanakas of Ft. Garland.
Peggy and Cheryl are daughters
of the Den Shioshitas. Alvin is
the son of the George Kunugis.
Beverly is the daughter of the
Charlie Hayashidas. Nancy is the
daughter of the Frank Uyemuras.
Francis Junior is the son ofFran-
eis Genpachi Wakasugis. Shirley
is the daughter of the Sam Mizo-
kamis.
Bowling Scores In Simpson Church League
Ft. Garland- Sierra Grande High
Schools 28 scholastic honor roll
includes the following members:
Richard and Lynn Tanaka and
Sharon Tanaka receive prized st-
raight Ayes in their subject
courses.
Other scholars are: Peggy and
Cheryl Shioshita, Alvin Kunugi
Beverly Hayashida, Nancy Uye-
mura, Francis Wakasugi and Shir
ley Mizokami.
Richard and Lynn are the chil
SIMPSON CFURCH LEAGUE
"(After 10-26-62.)
Position, Game & Hdep.
Paul Fukuma-1 205 15
Norman Goto-5 219 17
Yukio Furuiye-7 245.17
Jim Shinto-9 200 19
Dave Uyeda-11 202 19
Me&ch Nogami-12 200 19
Harry Furukawa-13211 21
Gene Ikeya-15 205 21
Yosh Miyamoto-18 217 22
Dick Takeda-22 221 23
Jim Omura-23 214 23
Shig Nishimoto24 205 24
OTHERS ON ROSTER
Gene Nishimoto61 213 36
Ted Shicshita-63 212 39
Harold Fukuhara
-65 206 40
Jim Kuga-71 227 47
Bowlers In Fort Lupton Area Are Active Ken Funakoshi-76 21s 53
Ft. Lupton Bowling is a week-
ly recreational function in this
community for many folks. As to
individual capabilities, 'summary
of results for three recent weeks
shows these scores:
Tom Shibao was top bowler of
the week with 223 high and 606
series; Hank Doi, 205 high and
596 series. For Gordon Koshio,
high game was 210. Playing twice
on the week, Bill Hisamoto hit
high game and high series of 224
and 602, 233 and 588. George Uye-
muras was 233 and 575, respec-
tively. Marjorie Uyemura's 385
was one of three top series scor-
es for women.
On another week, Tom Sugihara
hit a 245 and Sage Nishimoto a
234. Their high series were, res-
pectively, 606 and 622. AThunder-
Japanese garden of the Hemming bJrd ^ included Sam
residence. Mrs* Nakamura, 1928 Koshio's 490. And steady, alley-
Larimer st., is known also by her searing pjayS by Hisamoto earned
professional name. Tamiji Onoe. bim high series of 602 and high
game of 224.
Ft* Lupton On yet another week,
Mrs. Noboru Tsunoda described
the Japanese art and music.
NEBRASKANS SON DIES
IN NEW JERSEY
Scottsbluff, Nebr. Funeral ser-
vices for Masayuki Yokomizo, 26.
who died recently in New Jersey,
was held Monday afternoon. The
Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai of Tri-
State Buddhist Church, Denver,
performed the services.
The deceased was the son
Ichisaburo Yokomizo here.
oi
Harry Ida and Willie Kiyota hung
up, high series, respectively, of
592 and 564. George Uyemuras
high game of 220, and his high
series, 545, with Hisamoto, 462.
BIRTH REPORTED'
Mr. andMrs.TsutomuKagiyama
of 8851 Ithaca Way, Westminster,
recently became parents of a baby
girl.
SIMPSON WOMEN'S GROUP
Position, Game & Hdcp.
2-Jean Sato 204 26
4- Vi Nishinura 210 28
5- F'lo Dome to 211 28
9- Yoshi Mizoue 246 32
10- Ruth Shinto 203 32
11- Haruko Furukawa249 35
12- Mae Shimizu 213 35
17-Lil Terasaki 202 48
21 Hide Iriye 203 40
24 Dorothy Gorai 200 43
KANSAS PHEASANT
HUNT EXPEDITION SET
Pheasant hunting on Mr. and
Mrs. Shintaro Maruyamas ranch
at Ulysses, Kans., will beckon a
group from Denver nextweek-end.
In Roy and Sachi Shibata's party
will be Dr. and Mrs. Albert Noda,
the Tom Hamais, the George Had-
as, the Kay Kinoshitas, and Sugar
Suyehiro. The Maruyamas are
Mrs. Shibata's parents.
Konishi Gets Award
For 5-Year Stint
Alamosa Dr. Ben Konishi, ve-
terinarian, was among those who
received recognition pins from
the Alamosa County 4~H organi-
zation for five year's service to the
youth group.
The recognition awards were
given out at the annual achieve-
ment night program presented by
the organization at Alamosa High
School.
He is the son of the George
Korns his of Platteville. His wife,
Betty, is the daughter of the Frank
Yoshidas of Alamosa.
DISCHARGED
Rocky Ford Janet Takeda was
recently released, as patient, from
Pioneer Memorial Hospital.
BIRTH REPORTED
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M- Kami-
sato, of 918 -24ih st., recently be-
came parents of a baby girl.
SOMETIMES
Things Just Happen This Way
KEN FUJI!, BACKFIELD
Ft. Lupton Ken I 'ujii was a
member of the backfield of Ft.
Lupton Highs junior Blue Devils,
which was defeated recently by
Greeley High's sophomore team.
Pueblo The healthy young man
was a stranger to the girl who
desperately needed blood trans-
fusion, following a heart operation
at hospital, but he had heard about
it, and so volunteered to give his
blood.
That's how it started last May.
Then, he asked permission to visit
her. Then, the boy and the patient
began romancing. Then, they be-
came engaged. Now, the couple
have announced their wedding day
next December 1.
The boy is Allen Travis of
Hasty- The girl is Charlotte, 19,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Nishikawa.
But thats not all. Charlottes
sister, Barbara, 21. is being court-
ed by another young man, once a
stranger, who had volunteered
blood for Charlotte's operation*
HOKKAIDO CHURCHMEN
VISITORS IN DENVER
Four members of Seichono lye,
religious group, from Hokkaido,
Japan, were feted at dinner last
week at Mandarin cafe. Among
those in charge of the affair for
local branch of the group was
Koemon Kato.
Visitors were headed by Kenzo
Kakimoto, member of Japan Edu-
cation Commission, and supporter
of this religious group.
SILVER DOLLAR HOTEL
AIR CONDmONED
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CHEYENNE DRIVER
INVOLVED IN
AUTO ACCIDENT
Greeley A collision on a pub-
lic road near here last week in-
volved autos driven bySamNakano
of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Jacob Mil-
ler of Greeley. Both cars sustain-
ed minor damages.
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Plan Campaign
For Membership
Mile Hi JACLers are preparing
for the 1963 membership cam-
paign. The 1962 membership was
482. when solicitation was under-
taken by Board Chairman Mike
Tashiro and membership co-
chairmen, Bob Sakata of Brigh-
ton and Dr. Masa Gima of Denver.
Among leading 1962 membership
solicitors were: Betty Suzuki, 102;
Joanna Sakata, 67; True Yasui,
55; and Jean Sato, 48.
HERE TO STUDY CITY
GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
Yukio Hagihara, Hiroshima pre-
fectural director of general af-
fairs, will arrive Sunday. He is
visiting major American cities
to examine American municipal
government operations.
Local Hiroshima Ken jin Kaiwill
honor the visitor at dinner at
Akebono restaurant on Nov. 11,
6 p.m. In the charge of the dinner
are George Fukuma and Kenichi
Suzuki of the local Hiroshima
group.
HEART ATTACK CAUSES
DEATH OF DERBY MAN
Derby Heart attack suffered
reportedly soon after the patient
had been successfully operated
upon at St. Anthonys hospital,
Denver, resulted in death recent-
ly for Tom Kondo, 40, of 312
E. 106th ave.
Survivors included his broth-
ers, Frank and Harry of Derby,
George of Northglenn, John of
Denver, and Joe of Security Vil-
lage. Funeral services was held
from Buddhist church, Denver
and interment followed Thursday
at Highland Memory Gardens.
FOR SALE GROCERY HEAT MARKET
"Best Store In City"
IBOOKS OPEN Must Sell On Account Of Owners Illness
YEARLY NET INCOME $15,000 CONTACT P.O. BOX 1073.
POSITION OPEN NON
Variety Store In Aurora
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SUP
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IN THE DENVER HILTON HOTEL
Court Place near 15th Street
AComa 2-3481
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
@ Ready-to-Serve Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pounds
Convenient National Rice Cooker
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1946 Larimer Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone KE 4-6031
SYMPATHY DONATIONS FOR BUDDHIST CHURCH (9)
Kuroda Hidettichi...............$25
Yama eh ita. Sum io.............. 25
To bo T........................... 10
Sakaguchi Ray, ................... 20
Morlkawa M........................ 10
Yamamoto a........................ 10
Kusiimi Keiji..................... 10
Egawa George...................... 10
Uno Edaie......................... 10
Shiramizu Ruth.................... 2C
Fukae Seizo.......................50
Naicaoki Mary Kiyoko..............50
Nishimura Morinojo...............100
Devault Fred...................... 5
Kataoka Yoahio.................... 25
Hamilton 3ukkyo-kai(Canada)... 50
jviiicami Haruo................. 10
Mameda Keitaro.................... 50
Omaeda Ichiro,.................... 5
Koto Charles...................... 20
Uno Kamekichi.....................25
Taniguchi Jitsuo................. 25
Sakai Takayoshi................... 10
Jr. Y.o.A.........................100
Taicahashi Tokuzo................ 10
Naicaoki Frank................... 10
47 Bukkyo-Daihyo ................. 50
Chuka(Miadle Gal it) Bukicyo-
Hikico Kyoahi-Kai.............100
Motoyama oill.................... 50
Longmont Kyudoo-Kai..............100
Chuka(Middle Calif) Y.B.A........100
SE1YAMA SERVICES
CONDUCTED HERE
Funeral services for the late
Hiroshi Seiyama 55 of 3401 F.
26th ave., was held last week.
Burial was atFairmountcemetery.
Seiyama died Oct. 31 at St. Lukes
Hospital.
Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Kikue Seiyama. She is sis-
ter of Mrs. Hanna Hatakeyama,
president of WSCS at Simpson
Methodist Church.
Nitta Goro..................... 1C
Tanaka Tom......................50
Shin Sumi.......................25
Nakagawa Ed(Organ)..........1,058,75
Katayaijia Soichi...............20
Xamada Shi zuo .....*... 100
Kato James.................... 25
Shibata Katautaro.............. 10
Yamazaki lakashi............... 10
Fukuhara James................. 25
Fukuhara Larry................. 25
Mayeda Kantaro................. 10
Nishi Takuji................... 15
Murakami Otokichi.............. 10
Oto Jane(Galifj................ 20
N aicano S ( Wyo).............. 10
Kiguchi Tsutayo................ 50
Yamaguchi rtikizo...............20
Kuroda Shogo................... 15
Iwateuki Uitsue.,.............. 50
Nakamura Mura,................. 10
Yunoki Jiroku...................40
AKeoono Restaurant..............50
LaKsmura Kinjiro............... 20
Hanatani John...................50
Funakoahi Kenny................ 10
Masunaga George................ 25
Ja.wajra Kotaro............... 10
Kubota Kentaro(Wyo) ........... 10
Fujishima Tak.................. 25
Tawara Toshi.................. 25
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