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No* 35
November 28, 1962
Page 1
Name Municipal
Advisory Committee
Pueblo When the City Council
considers improvement programs,
it wants to obtain community view-
points concerning them. Council
Pres. Richard D. Robb has there-
fore appointed individuals who re-
present views of various segments
of the community, including the
youth.
Among those named to the Citi-
zens Advisory Committee is Don-
ald S. Furukawa of No. 7 Dundee
st. Furukawa is revenue agent for
U.S. Internal Revenue Service. One
high school student, representing
students of three public, and one
Catholic high schools, also serves
on the committee.
Scouts Report On
Jamboree And Tour
Derby Troop 102 Boy Scouts
conducted its recharter night last
week at Derby school, and fol-
lowing the ceremony, Frank Naka-
gawa and his son presided at
showing of a film of the visit of
Denver area Caucasian and sansei
Scouts to the international Jam-
boree in Japan last summer.
Nakagawa, one of the visiting
groups leaders, is assistant dis-
trict Scout commissioner. He also
inspected the Troop 102 at the re-
charter ceremony.
At Denver public library last
week, slides of the trip was shown
by Robert Knight of Boy Scout
Troop 209, who also made the
summer trip.
EILEEN UYEDA TROTH
DISCLOSED HERE
Betrothal of Eileen Toshiko
Lyeda to Jimmy Takashi Iseri
of San Jose, C'alif., was revealed
here by parents of the bride-elect,
Mr. and Mrs. bred Shigeru Uyeda
of 3724 York St.
The engagement party was held
at Sakura Garden in Mountain View,
Calif., Nov. 17.
Groom-elect is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ichiro Iseri of San Jose.
The wedding is to be in January
in that citv.
President Signs
New Housing Order
President Kennedy last week
signed the Executive Order pro-
hibiting discrimination in hous-
ing built with Federal funds, loans,
mortgage insurance or guarantees.
In Denver, Exec. Director James
Fresques of Denver HousingAu-
thority which administers public
housing projects here said there
is no racial discrimination or
segregation in the 11 local pro-
jects. About 1.6% of local public
housing units are occupied byOri-
entals and other non-Caucasians,
Fresques explained. Negroes oc-
cupy 25.5% of the units.
ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL
Fort Lupton Torataro Doi,
was admitted to Brighton Com-
munity Hospital last week.
COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Proposal Receives Civic Groups' Approval
Brighton A proposal for es-
tablishment of a scholarship re-
volving fund was discussed last
week at a meeting of community
representatives. The meeting was
conducted at Mike Tashiros res-
taurant, The Terrace.
The non profit organization is to
be called Citizens* Scholarship
Foundation, it was explained to the
group by the Rev. Roy Figiino
of St. Augustine's parish.
County Judge Oyer Leary was
elected president of the foundation.
Directors of the organization re-
present various civic organiza-
tions* of the community. They in-
clude: Seiji Horiuehi, state re-
presentative-elect from Adams
county; Robert Sakata, Brighton
Japanese American Association;
and Dr. Kenneth Lyehara.
The foundation will administer a
revolving fund, from which loans
would be made to worrhy high
school graduates, who, upon
graduation, would repay it.
The plan calls for each inter-
ested person to contribute $1.00
per year to the fund.
OREGON HERE WE COME! Thirty-seven Platteville and Denver
teenagers, together with adult counselors, entrained for Ontario, Ore.,
Thanksgiving weekend to attend Northwest Methodist Youth Conference.
Here are a few of them clambering up the ramp to their train at Union
Station: Front and to the right, Cheryl Oye, daughter of the George
Oyes; behind and to her left, Kristine Matsumoto; and behind here is
her mother, Mrs. Sam Matsumoto guiding her boy, Sam, Jr.; and be-
hind her, left to right, Susie, daughter of the Hideo Hamamuras, Joan
and her father Jesse Masunaga. Parents had come along to see their
children safely aboard train. ~ Photo by Tom Masamori
Buddhist Groups Prepare Bazaar Menu
I teas; Plan 2-Qay Benefit Program Here
The menu to be served at Bud- .n. ...
dhist Church bazaar Dec. 1-2 can
be discovered by noting assign-
ment of food items to the par-
ticipating YBA groups, suggested
Ben Hara, general chairman.
Here they are: Brighton, teri~
yaki; Ft. Lupton, inari zushi; Gree-
ley and Welby Kyudo Kai, manju,
Longmont, teriyaki; Denvers P-
TA, chow mein and tempura; Fu~
jin Kai, maki zushi, inari zushi,
manju, udon; and Jr. YBA, pas-
tries.
The charge for dinner is $1.25
per person. Games will be played
only on Sunday night. Dinner is to
be from 4 to 8 p.m., and carni-
val from 3 to 10 p.m. Saturday,
and 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday.
BOYS AND GIRLS
in Sane Classrooms Amaze Visitor
Lakewood Otohiko Okugawa of
Kyoto, spending a year at Lake-
wood High, is amazed at amount
of homework required of high
school students here ~ embarrass-
ed but also delighted to discover
that co-educational system pre-
vails. In Japan, he attended private
high school for boys.
As for the homework load here,
however, Otohiko admitted that
while it was lighter in Japan, stu-
dents attend classes six days a
week. He is here under / merican
Field Service exchange student
program.
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OKURA RESIGNS FROM
PROBATION OFFICE
Pacific Citizen reported that
Pat Okura, National JACL Presi-
dent, resigned as chief probation
officer in Omaha, Nebr. He pre-
viously served for 16 years as staff
psychologist at Boys Town, near
Omaha.
MATRON ATTENDS NAKAO'
SERVICE IN SACRAMENTO
Mrs. Sam Doida of 3535 Elm
st. flew to Sacramento, Calif.,
recently to attend funeral service
of her father, the lateKatsunosuke
Nakao, formerly of F'lorin, where
he was a pioneer farmer in that
Japanese community.
Officer Of Masons
Pueblo Isami Ota was named
last week to the membership pro-
motion committee of the Council
No. 6, Royal and Select Masons.
KUSUNO* KONISM
BETROTHAL DISCLOSED
Platteville Doris Kusuno of
Lovington, New Mex., and Bob
Konishi of Platteville recently an-
nounced their engagement, it was
reported here. The betrothed
couple are students at Colorado
State University, Ft, Collins.
Doris is the daughter of the
Eitaro Kusunos of Lovington, New
Mex. Bob is the son of the George
Konishis of Platteville.
The. wedding is to take place in
late December.
Community Center
Campaign Under May
Toronto, Canada History of the
Japanese people in Canada is being
written here, coincidentally, as the
JACL-sponsored history of the
Japanese in U.S. is being written
in Los Angeles.
Locally, however, the major fi-
nancial undertaking of the Japanese
Canadians is centered around the
$583,000 project to erect a Ja-
panese Canadian Centre to house
major functions of these people.
The building will be completed
'next June.
About 1,500 families have al-
ready pledged more than $300,000
toward this goal. A loan for $220,
000 for the project has been ar-
ranged through the Bank of Mon-
treal.
Volunteer donation committee
members sought this month to
reach every Japanese issei and
nisei family here.
Name Speaker For
Y.B.L. Conference
Buddhist Churchs 29th annual
YBL conference will be held Dec.
14 to 16, it was announced by Pres.
Ken Tani of the League and con-
ference chairman.
The Rev. Takashi Fuji, head
of education department of Bud-
dhist Churches of America in San
Francisco will deliver the princi-
pal address on the conclave theme,
Buddhism and Youth, according
to Louis Yoshida, conference com-
mittee worker.
Conference banquet will be held
at Red Slipper restaurant.
YUTAKA TERASAKI
WILL HEAD COMMITTEE
Yutaka Terasaki of Mile Hi chap-
ter was named chairman of nation-
al program and activities com-
mittee by JACL headquarters in
San Francisco last week.
$200,000 Hark In
Sight For Project
National JACL headquarters in
San Francisco last week acknow-
ledged receipt totaling $199,034.81
for the Japanese history project
being prepared for publication at
UCLA in Los Angeles.
A donor from Mountain Plains
area, listed in the report, includ-
ed $100 from Mr. and Mrs. Fuku-
saburo Kosaka of San Antonio,
Texas.
ENGINEER AND FAMILY
MOVES TO SANTA MONICA
Ronald Tsuruda, engineer at
Martin Co., Littleton, recently de-
parted with his family to Santa
Monica, where he will be em-
ployed by Douglas Aircraft Co.
His wife is the former Eileen
Tanabe, and his parents are Mr.
and Mrs. M. Tsuruda of 4003
Navajo st.
Adams County G.O.P.
Celebrate Victory
Adams county Republicans
scheduled a victory dinner Thurs-
day at Dimitri's restaurant, 4757
Vasquez blvd., honoring winners
on the G.O.P. county ticket, in-
cluding State Rep.-elect Seiji
Horiuehi.
Featured speaker for the ban-
quet is to be Governor-elect John
A. Love, stated Mrs. Terry Pas-
lay of Thornton, victory dinner
chairman.
ROCKY FORD YOUTH
TO TRAIN IN TEXAS
Pueblo Hiroshi Hirokawa of
Rocky F'ord was among enlistees
here recently. He will undergo
training in administration at Lack-
land U.S. Air Force Base. Texas.
THE COMING EVENTS
Saturday-Sunday, Dec. 1-2, Tri-
State Buddhist Church Bazaar.
Sunday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m., all
groups to help put up Christmas
decoration at Simpson church.
Friday-Saturday-Sunday, Dec.
14-15-16, YBL conference, ban-
quet at Red Slipper restaurant.
Sunday, Dec. 16, 9:30 a.m.,
Simpson Church school Christmas
program.
Monday, Dec. 24, 9 p.m., Cathay
Post Ski Club Winter Frolic at
Sorrento's, 4780 Teion st.
home fT-j
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PLAYS' THE THING
Thespians Perform In School Plays
CLASS PLAY TITLE IS
"BULL IN CHINA SHOP"
Gilcrest Karen Kiyota was a
member of the cast of the Val-
ley High School's junior class play
entitled, "Bull In China Shop,"
Play was presented Friday in the
gymnasium.
JUNIOR-SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Brighton Tim Matsuno was a
member of the cast in the junior-
senior class play presented re-
cently at Brighton High School.
The play which was presented in
the school auditorium was "The
Remarkable Incident at Carson
Corners." He is the son of the
TaroMatsunos.
THUNDER ON SYCAMORE
STREET, PLAYED
Rocky Ford Sylvia Sakamoto
was a member of the cast of the
junior class play, "Thunder on
Sycamore Street," presented at
Rocky Ford High School Friday
night.
"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT
WITH YOU": PLAY
Lafayette Ann Yoshihara play-
ed role of Rheba in the junior class
play, the Kaufman Hart comedy,
"You Cant Take It With You".
It was presented at Lafayette High
School Friday and Saturday. Ann
was one of 19 members of the
cast.
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SKIERS SLATE WINTER
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its Winter Frolic dance Dec. 24,
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., at Sorrento's
restaurant, 4780Tejonst, The pub-
lic is invited to the dance. The
charge will be $2.50 per couple.
Music will be furnished by Ken
McVay's band.
In Hen's All Events
Yamamoto Hits 1967
Y. Yamamoto 1967
L. Otaguro 1924
H* Matsushima 1916
M* Fujimoto 1895
A. Schaeffer 1895
B. Tateyama 1882
T* Iwahashi 1876
F. Uyemura 1869
Y. Sunata 1859
T* Furuiye 1855
M* Tanaka 1854
B* Sameshima 1853
AREA KEGLERS ASSEMBLE
Granada Fish Market Tops Team Cup Bid
Kegling teams from northern and
southern Colorado and Scottsbluff,
Nebr., pitted their skills last week-
end in the Rocky Mountain Nisei
Bowling Association tournamentat
Dahlia Lanes.
Entry breakdown by tourna-
ment's Nish Nishikawa showed, for
men, SOteams, 210players in sing-
les, 34 doubles and 20 team entries.
For women, there were 68 singles
matches, 34 doubles and 20 teams.
Partial list of teams and their
captains were: Pueblo, 1. Yoshi-
mura; Longmont's SigService, Bob
Tanaka; Foltz Vending Service,
George Kanemoto; Bowliana, Ike
Nishida; Las Animas, Ted Maru-
yama; Ft. Lupton's Conoco, Willie
Kiyota; the Shanta, Gary Nakata;
Ft. Lupton-Brighton, John Kiyota;
Blanca in San Luis Valley, Haya-
shida Farms and Mizokami Farms,
Francis Wakasugi; Brighton's
Ferguson Service, Tom Shibao.
Others were: Rocky Ford's
team, Ichiro Suto, and also Chic
Paree, Hank Konishi; Ault's Bow-
lardo Lanes, Bill Sameshima, and
Columbine Bowl, Harold Tate-
yama; and Greeley's Maytag,
Harry Matsushima.
MEM'S TEAMS
Granada Fish Kkt* 3053
Miyagawa Team
Tokyo Grill
Tagawa Team
Shig Karada Team
Mile-Hi Service
Eeep
Cathay 185
2986
2977
2S68
2960
2921
2915
2903
MATSUSHIMA AND SUNATA
Rack Up 1318 In Men's Doubles Event
1330 For Mukaikubo mbts doubles
Geo* Mukaikubo
Ben Yanaga
Ken Takahashi
Calvin Nakaoki
Tootsie Tsutsui
Mats Ito
ShigMorishige
Ben xanaga
Morris Tanaka
Fred Hayashida
Tom Kasegawa
Morris Tanaka
Tom Shibao
Roy Sugih&ra
1286
COACH CHAVEZ NAMES
TEAM LETTERMKN
La Jara Coach Tom Chavez
of La Jara High School named
26 lettermen at close of grid
season. Among those who received
the letters were Lawrence Kawan-
abe, senior; and Stephen Kawan-
abe. They are sons of the Tom
Kawanabes. n
Lessons In Judo
Given To Patients
Four judoists have been volun-
teering judo lessons for young
patients at Sewall Rehabilitation
Center at 1360 Vine st.
These lessons are believed by
the Center's officials to be bene-
ficial for many patients suffer-
ing from pulmonary conditions.
Assisting in the program are Dr.
Yoshio Ito, nidan; Leroy Abe, sho-
dan; Jack Oliver, shodan; and Bill
Robinson, sankyu; all of whom are
from the Denver Judo School.
PLATTE VALLEY BRONCOS
NAMED AS CO-CHAMPS
Kersey Stan Nishi is member of
Platte Valley High School's Bron-
cos which captured co champion-
ship of Poudre Valley grid circuit.
Nane Top Gridders
Brighton ~ Paul Sasa and Dale
Aigaki are among those receiv-
ing honorable mention in the Met-,
ropolitan AA League's 1962 all-
conference football team.
L* Otaguro 1253
T# Sera
A. Ifoyano. 1245
Yuki Furuiye
J* Yamamoto 1243
M* Kishiyama
E. Miyauchi 1239
S* Mayemura
G. Hishinuma 1232
R* Sugiiiara
Tootsie Tsutsui 1229
Sam Sato
B. Cta 1223
.M Kishiyama
T. I oka 1222
Bo Mayeda
MEN'S SINGLES COMPETITION
Tosh And Yosh Furuiye Tie at 678
MEN SINGLES
t E* Matsushima Y. Sunata 1318
1330 H* Hayashida K* Tateyama 1288
1322 Y* Akiyama D* Iriye 1279
1312 T. Funayama A* Schafer 1276
1311 J. Hishinuma G. Okubo 1274
1307 T* Shimizu G* Goto 1267
1294 B* Sameshima G# Tokunaga 1260
Tosh Furuiye
Yosh Furuiye
L# Otaguro
Y. Akiyama
S. Mayemura
F# Miyazawa
E* Ichikawa
M* Fujimoto
T. Iwahashi
So Nakayama
Ho Iwamura
Geoo Okubo
Io Suto
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575 J o Yamamoto
675 Co Yamaguchi
668 Rooky Tamka
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WOMEN'S SINGLES EVENT
Michi Iwata Scores 704 Points
WOMEN'S SINGLES
Michi Iwata 704
Maxine Sanchez 654
Jo Sato 652
Alice Wakasugi 651
R Takeyama 646
Jo Hada 629
Peg Matsumoto 628
Mats Ito 627
Mollie Karada 618
WOMEN'S ALL EVENTS
Michi Iwata 19
Mary Miyauchi 18
Ro Tateyaraa 1807
Mary Masunaga 1804
SHOOT 729 SERIES
Lakewood Hod HayashiofTopo
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Jack Sprat Lanes last week, the
first 700-plus hit in that house.
WOMEN'S TEAMS
Acme Radiator 3007
Sarge Pharmacy 2983
Strike & Spare 2954
WOMEN'S DOUBLES
Alyce Hara 1219
Mo Miyauchi
Elaine Matsuda 1190
Mary Mori shige
Mollie Karada 1188
Sets Harada
J Kawamura 1188
Flo Domoto
Po Matsumoto 1175
Yo Sato
TOP INDIVIDUAL SERIES
Ault George Tokunaga was top
individual series bowler in a local
league last week with score of 608.
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Group Of 28 Visit
Here On U.S. Tour
The Japanese government, with-
in the past four years, sent 106
selected young people abroad, first
goodwill group to southeast Asia,
the second to Europe, the third
to Central and South America and
the fourth to U.S. and Canada.
The fourth group, composed of
28, including eight girls, Visited
Denver last week. One of the group
leaders was Yasutaka Hayami on
the staff of Central Council on
Juvenile Problems in the Prime
Minister's office.
OKAMOTO ELECTED AS COUN-
CIL PRESIDENT
Ft. Lupton Naomi Okamoto was
elected president of the grade
school's Intermediate Student
Council last week.
Naomi, who heads the organiza-
tion composed of pupils in fifth to
eighth grades, is daughter of the
Sam Okamotos.
THEFT REPORTED AT
FRANK'S FOOD MARKET
William Yamada, co-owner of
Frank's Food Market, 2800 Madi-
son st. last week reported robbery
of $164.
Yamada told police two men en-
tered the store; one distracted
his attention while the other stole
the money from open cash regis-
ter drawer.
Jet Reservation
A study of possibility of adapt-
ing electronic devices to expedite
Japan Airline's reservation sys-
tem was made here recently by
Keichi Yamamoto, JAL's head of
reservation procedures division,
Takaharu Osumi, Akitaka Fujita
and Yutaka Mizutani.
The study was made here at
local reservations offices of lead-
ing airline companies. Other re-
cent JAL visitors included Michi-
hara lhara, sales; Koyonori Inouye,
administration, and Tak Kasuya,
business manager.
BUDDHIST CHURCH SITE
FOR SERVICE
Funeral services were held
Monday at Buddhist Church for the
late Otokichi Murakami of 1669
Erie st. Cremation, following the
service, was at Fairmountcrema-
tory.
Survivors are: the widow, Mrs.
Shizuko Murakami; George and
Frank Murakami and Mrs. Mary
Kanbe, all of Los Angeles; Leo
and Junior Murakami of Denver.
VISITORS TO JAPAN
RETURN TO THEIR HOMES
The Yasuzo Matsumuras of 2800
Curtis st. and Kazuo Kimura of
Kokusei Kai Shigin group, who
have been visiting Japan, returned
to their homes here within the last
few days.
PTA Serves Supper
Henderson Local PTA Club
served chili supper Saturday at
Henderson school. Committee
members in charge of the meal
included Mmes. Dennis Tokunaga,
Noboru Ito and Sam Funakoshi.
Collect Data For
Aid Of Tourists
An increased number of tourists
from Japan areexpected in theU.S,
soon, due to anticipated relaxation
of its foreign exchange restric-
tions. Japan Airlines, to prepare
these visitors for their trips, in
sending teams of travel experts
to various parts of U.S.
One of these teams, headed by
Katsuya Nohara, JACL planning
and research director, is visiting
Denver Nov. 27 -29. The group
includes 12 men and women, JAL
staff members, travel experts and
travel writers,
STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN
HOMECOMING EVENT
Keenesburg Ronnie Taoka was
the escort for Sandra Yeager in the
recent Homec6ming festivity at
Central High School. Attendants
and their escorts accompanied the
king and queen at the homecoming
program presented at the school.
ROBBERY COMMITTED
AT HONDA RESIDENCE
Thieves, during the absence of
Mr. and Mrs. Yuzo Honda, ran-
sacked their home at 1820 W. 34th
ave. The couple reported that while
the thieves stole only small amount
of money, they ransacked the home
and made off with a valued antique
tea set.
Conduct Meetings
Cottage meetings in Manitou Sp-
rings and Pueblo are scheduled by
the Rev. Tomph Yoshino, Kobe.
He was to attend, on the afternoon
of Nov. 29, a meeting in the
home of the Keizo Amemiyas in
Manitou Springs, and in the even-
ing, a meeting at Wesley Methodist
Church in Pueblo.
In An Emergency,
You Can Eat Then
Ft. Collins Food supply, if
an atomic blast should ever des-
cend here, is one of the first
concern of inhabitants.
To this end, Dr. Harold Harring- .
ton, botany professor at CSU has
been collecting, cooking and tasting
many kinds of edible native plants,
presumably assuming they'll be
available after such a holocaust.
The list of such plants and the
method for cooking them, will be
published, together with illustra-
tions of the plants by former CSU
student, now botany professor at
Shoei Junior College, Kobe, Dr.
Yoshiharu Matsumura.
COLLEGE GROUP PREPARES
CHRISTMAS SEAL PACKS
Greeley Members of Colorado
State College's Hawaiian Club re-
cently prepared 17,000 Christmas
Seal envelopes and trucked them
out to the Post Office. Among the
club workers on the project were
Pres. Alvin Tamaribuchi, Marvin
Inouye and Gilbert Kaneko.
M1CHI KURAMOTO
WESLEYAN PRESIDENT
Michi Kuramoto was elected
president of Wesleyans recently.
Vice president and secretary-
treasurer are, respectively, Car-
olyn Okizaki and Don Terasaki.
Wool Contestant
Greeley Julia Morita was named
one of five finalists in the "Make
It Yourself" wool contest held here
recently. Forty-one girls com-
peted. Julia, who entered in suits
and ensemble section, will be one
of contestants in the state wool
dress and apparel contest at Hilton
hotel, Denver, Dec. 6-7.
YOUTH AND PARENTS
AT ACHIEVEMENT NITE
Longmont Two-hundred par-
ents and their children attended
the 4-H Achievement Nite program
last week. Among those who
received awards in style division
was Gail Kanemoto.
BIRTHS ANNOUNCED
To Mr. and Mrs. William T.
Nakaoka of 1040 Kenton st.,
Aurora, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K.
Uyehara of 188 S. 12th ave.,Bright-
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Morfimoto (roro(n).......... 30
Hayano Shigesuke ( w)....... 10
Ho s aka Sasuke (11).........10
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Nambara 0tsuko(")............ 5
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KIshiyama SankIchi(M)....... 5
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Kito Fujishige (n )..........10
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Ito Yoshiemond*1)............15
Yokomizo Ichisaburo(7).......30
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Uchida Hana(,r).............. 5
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Yamao Jihachiro(Ordway),... 10
Taoka Bros(Hudson)..........25
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Ashida Eiroku(Crowley)......10
Eya Chiye(Hudson)........... 25
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Umemoto Seisaku..............16
Akamatsu Yasujiro............10
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