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Wednesday, Dec. 26, 1962
INNOVATION IN PROGRAM OF YBL CONFERENCE this year was
naming of outstanding Bussei girl and boy* Recipients of die award
were June Tsumura on the left and Louis Yoshida on the. right. Joyce
Sakaguchi, center, 1961 Bussei Queen presented plaques to the two
recipients. -YBL Conference Photos By Tom Masamori-
RECEIVES PROMOTION
Naae Nisei As New Assistant Principal
The board of School DistrictNo.
1 of Denver recently appointed
12 new assistant principals for
elementary schools, including Joe
Ariki who was named to this post
at Greenelee school at 1150 Lipan
st.
Ariki, instructor in the Denver
schools for 11 years, has been on
the teaching staff at Palmer school,
995 Grape st. He received B.A.
degree in sociology at Otterbein
College in Westerville,- Ohio; and
his degree of Master of Social Work
at Denver University*
Mrs- Kate Ariki, his wife, is
instructor at Cole Junior High
School.
Sea Food Trade
Standards Set
The United States and. japan
signed today an agreement directed
toward improving sanitation stan-
dards and practices in the pro-
duction and handling of fresh or
frozen oysters, clams, and mus-
sels intended for shipment between
the two countries, U.S. StateDept.,
Wash., D. C, has announced.
Signing the agreement on be-
half of the United States was As-
sistant Secretary of State for Far
Eastern Affairs W* Averell Har-
riman, and for Japan was Ambas-
sador of Japan to the United States
Koichiro Asakai.
KAY KAWAKAMIS TO
OPERATE BAKERY STORE
Kay and Michiko Kawakami of
2960 Clayton st., have made plans
to operate a bakery shop. The
establishment is to be called
Marys Home Bakery, located at
1523 E. 34th Ave., it was reported.
TAKE PART IN
PLAY AT SCHOOL
Manitou Springs KayAmemiya
last week participated in the play,
The Little Sheep of Bethlehem/'
given in the junior high school
auditorium.
Installation Of
Officers Saturday
Ft, Lupton Local JACL chap-
ters cabinet officers for 1963,
headed by Pres. Tom Koshio, will
be installed Saturday, Dec. 29,
6:30 p.m., at dinner meeting in
the Municipal building.
Ken Hikida of Greeley will show
photo slides during the entertain-
ment period.
Koshios cabinet officers next
year include: incumbentvicepres-
idents, Sam Funakoshi and Elton
Wakamoto; treas., Will Kagohara;
record, sec., Yoshiko Okamoto;
corres. sec., Oki Matsushima.
Members of board of directors
to be installed are: Jack Tsu-
hara, John Kiyota, San Koshio,
Albert Watada, Roy Horii and
Shigeo Hayashi.
New Group Becomes
American Citizens
John T. Clingan, district direc-
tor of U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service reported
that the following persons were
among those who became na-
turalized citizens last month:
Nobuko Hisamoto Schwab of
Lakewood, Chieko Nakamura Gil-
mer of Aurora, Tom Takashi Ki-
mura of 712- 26th st. and Haruko
Fujihara van Dyke of 216 Orange
Ct., both of Denver.
CONING EVENTS
Sat., Dec. 29, 6:30 p.m., Ft.
Lupton JACL Cabinet installation
dinner at Municipal Bldg.
Mon., Dec. 31, New Years Eve
Candlelight Communion service at
Simpson Methodist Church.
Mon., Dec. 31, Mile-Hi JACL
New Years Eve dance at Brown
Palace West.
Mon., Dec, 31, 8 p.m.12:15
a.m., Dharma-Kaya Sorority and
Explorer Scouts* New Years Eve
Dance at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Wed., Jan 2, Evening, Weekly
meeting of War Memorial Project
Committee.
Tues., Jan. 8, Mile-Hi JACL
meeting.
Fri., Jan. 11, 6:30 p.m.. Joint
Mile-Hi and Ft. Lupton chapters
dinner-meeting.
Sun., Jan. 13, 2:00 p.m., Denver
School of Judo Tournament ages
6 to 16.
Sun., Jan. 27, 2:00 p.m., Denver
School of Judo Novice Tournament
- White Belts only.
Hass Evacuation In
Future Unlikely
A recurrence of forced evacua-
tion, such as the one suffered by
japanese-Americans on west coast
during World War II, probably
wont happen again, Min Yasui,
Mountain Plains JACL district
chairman, told delegates recently
at Central Calif, district conven-
tion in Fresno.
Added to the fact of loyalty
shown by these people, Yasui point-
ed out, there is a political aware-
ness in this country, absent or
dormant then, which would dis-
courage attempts to single out any
group of people for mass evacua-
tion.
As a footnote, however, the prin-
cipal speaker at Fresno convention
reminded delegates that the U.S.
Supreme Court did uphold the forc-
ed evacuation.
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NAME SCHOLARS
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Brighton Among 67 scholars*
names posted at Junior High School
for the second six-week period
were the following students.
Pat Fujisaki, Norma Murata,
Karen Tazawa and Sandra Yamada,
all in eighth grade; and Lynn
Okada of ninth grade.
Architectural
Sketches Shown
Everitt Shigeta and Ken Tani-
guchi, are among C. U. archi-
tectural students, whose designs
were on display last week in the
lobby of Hilton hotel.
Shigeta of Pueblo, a fifth year
student, displayed a four-week
problem which is design of a lux-
ury apartment development, while
Taniguchi, a fourth-year student,
showed a design of a motel.
SCHOOLS SEND
PICTURES TO KOREA
Ft. Lupton Thirteen pictures
were selected by Richard Simp-
son of the local school system
to be sent to the Whimoon Boys
School in Seoul, Korea.
Among those whose art work will
be sent in the collection is that of
Steve Hisamoto, seventh grade
dent.
Visitors To And
From Hawaii
La Jaran Heads
Cabinet Of Chapter
Ft. Garland San Luis Valley
JACL chapters cabinet officers
for 1963, headed by Nobe Ashida
of La Jara as president, will be
installed next month at American
Legion Hall in Alamosa. He suc-
ceeds Harry Sumida of Ft. Gar--
land.
Ashidas cabinet officers are:
Sam Mizokami, vice pres.; Pete
Uyemura, treas.; Mrs. Clarence
Yoshida, corresp. sec.; Mrs. Mike
Mizokami, record, sec.; Harry
Sumida, Roy Tanaka, GeorgeKat-
sumoto, Y. Fujimoto, and Frank
Uyeda, members-at-large.
Investigate Charge
By Legislator
Greeley Authorities at Colo.
State College promised to investi-
gate charges of discrimination in
social fraternities and sororities
on this campus. Dean of students,
Dr. Jack Shaw, said, however, that
he- had not heard of such inci-~
dents among the five fraternities
and eight sororities on the cam-
pus.
The charge of discrimination
was made by State Sen. George
Brown, negro, at a hearing of
legislatures Joint Budget Com-
mittee at the campus. The legis-
lator said he received these com-
plaints from both white and negro
students.
Ft. Lupton Visitors to, and
from, Hawaii:
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jarmagan of
Honolulu were scheduled to arrive
Saturday for holiday visit at the
home of Mrs. Jarmagan*s parents,
the Floyd Koshios. Mrs. Jarma-
gan was formerly Berniece Koshio.
Also last week, Mr. and Mrs,
Sam Funakoshi left for Hawai
where they will visit with Mrs
Funakoshis parents.
From Los Angeles, Miss Tomiko
Hayashi was here recently, visit-
ing with her mother, Mrs. Orito
Hayashi.
Name Scholars
At High School
Brighton Among scholars post-
ed on the honor roll at high school
last week were Eddie lmatani, Jan-
ice Matsuno and Joan Mizunaga*
Scholars in this group were cited
for their academic work during
the second six-week period.
PATIENT AT HOSPITAL
Tatsuji Shibao was a patient last
week at Brighton Community
Hospital. Moichi Katayama was
discharged from the institution.
A SWIMMING POOL
"A Fella Just Has To Have One To Go To"
Keenesburg This is a little
town northeast of Denver with .
perhaps 500 residents. A motor- ^ ^ on*y bad a swimming pool,
ist, thundering down U.S. Highway Now, the townfolks are about to
No. 6, might easily whiz by and Some thing about it; theyre pro-
miss the town, located a bit south Psin8 build such a pool there,
of the highway. costing perhaps $20,000. So they
The town has nearly everything recently formed a non-profit cor-
a fella would want churches, Pration. Its object is to raise the
schools, banks, stores and a park, money and to build it. Its presi-
just wonderful for summer pic- ^ent *s Dr. Wayne Nichols and one
nics. Still, this Schey Park lacks of its oncers is Sam Okada, who
one thing that, when added, would *s ^ Measurer,
really make the place attractive Okada and Nichols are members
to a fella on a hot summer day t^ie City Council.
Members, Groups Promote Campaigns For
Blankets, Food Packages And A Stove
Algiers in North Africa, and on
the other side of the world, British
protectorate of Hong Kong, re-
ceived solicitous attention of Simp-
son Methodist church groups.
Missionary commission chair-
men, Mmes. Kana Yorimoto and
Fumi Yabe organized campaign
to collect supply of blankets for
unfortunate folks in Algiers,
where, also, December weather
can be mighty chilly.
Meanwhile, fourth, tilth and sixth
grade pupils of Sunday school dis-
patched CARE package to a har-
rassed Chinese refugee family
from mainland China who escaped
into Hong Kong.
Closer at home base, Mrs. Helen
Goto chaired campaign to solicit,
gold bond stamp books from mem-
bers* The books were used to ob-
tain a stove for one of the par-
sonages.


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pictured here are, left to right: Bob Watada, 1st vice pres.; Albert
Nakata, pres.; George Tagawa, 2nd v.p.; Gail Chikuma, corresp. sec.;
William Tani, athletics ^ch.; Judy Sasaki, literary ch.; Jane Nakata,
athletic ch.; Jeannie Sato, social ch.; Elaine Kuritani, rec. sec.; Ted
Tsumura, treas.; Henry Tobo, assist, treas.; Shirley Eto, research
ch.
BOWLING QUINTET
Gart Brothers Team Maintains Top Spot
Gart Bros, kegling team, having
surpassed Loop Drug, has been at
top of team standing for several
weeks in the 24-team Simpson
church league. At end of 45 games,
the winning quintet had won 29
frays and lost 16. Next, Vie He-
bert, Inc., shows 28 wins and 17
losses.
In winner's circle, at end of
45th game, Gart's quintet turned
in these scores for respective
games, averages and handicaps:
Katy Nakaoka, 224-139-41; Gene
Tagawa, 242-165-23; Willie Hiro-
kawa, 218-167-22; Casey Haya-
shida, 249-162-25; and Harold Fu-
kuhara, 242-146-36.
Meanwhile, three clusters of
mens averages 165, 162 and 161
- attract the largest groups of
bowlers. Thus at 165, there are
Mas Kanda, Yosh and Tosh Furu-
iye, Tagawa and Tony Kajiwara;
in 162 group, there are Mik Mat-
suura, Gary Nakata, Bob Matsu-
moto, Hayashida and Sarge Tera-
saki. The 161 group includes: Shig
Nishimoto, Harry Hashimoto, Ed
Shimabukuro, George Tomomitsu,
Roy Nagai and Pete Nakagawa.
OGATAS TOP PIN
INDIVIDUAL GAME, 580
Greeley Shiz Ogata's top in-
dividual game in the Women's
Classics last week hit 580, while
Jack Murata achieved a 598 score
at Bowlderado.
A champion from Denver judo
school has a chance to compete in
forthcoming Pan-American games
tournament April 21 in Sao Paolo,
Brazil.
Such a local judo expert, Tooru
Takamtsu, Rocky Mm. AAU judo
committee chief explained, natur-
ally has a few preliminary bouts
to be won the AAU open tour-
ney Feb. 17, and then the National
AAU championships in Fresno,
CU GRADUATE FINDS WAY
AROUND LABOR PROBLEM
Russell Yamaga, 38, C.U., Boul-
der, graduate and barely got ac-
customed to owning and operating
a new drugstore last week in Santa
Ana, Calif., when he ran full tilt
into labor union problems involv-
ing workers in his store.
With holiday business around the
corner, he couldn't see himself
padlocking the place for lack
of help. But he had one asset,
a big family. So he comandeered
them to serve as temporary clerks,
brothers Lucky and Kenneth, sis-
ter Kaz, a couple of sister-in-
laws, a couple of friends, and his
wife.
BROOMFIELD TEAM
CHECKS RANUM MATMEN
Broomfield High School wrestl-
ing team recently vanquished Ra-
num's team 37-9. Among the
matches was that the event in die
120-pound series between Steve
Crandal of the victor's team who
pinned Bob Fushimi of Ranum
in 3:50 time.
GRANADA FISH WRAPS
UP HIGH TEAM SERIES
Granada Fish Market bowling
team rolled up a high team ser-
ies of 3005 in the Monaco Classic,
it was reported last week.
Jake Yago came in with a 681
and a 255 opener.
Calif., Mar. 15-16. Divisional win-
ner and runner-up athletes in local
fray will be sent to Fresno, and
winners there will be sent to
Brazil. Local tourney on Feb. 17
will attract teams from some dozen
judo groups, including units from
Warren AFB, Cheyenne, Wyo., and
ENT AFB, Colo. Springs.
Meanwhile, boys aged 6 to 16
will enter a local tournament Jan.
13. There, 11 champions in the
several divisions will be chosen.
Ft. Lupton Keglers
Mark High Scores
Ft. Lupton Spotted through the
week at Ft. Lupton Lanes were
nisei bowlers who made their
marks in the various leagues.
Thus:
In Monday Classic event, high
games: Shig Hayashi, 226; Tom
Urano, 224 (and high series 610).
In Pinbusters League: Sam Ko-
shio's high game was 215.
In Tuesday Missile Mens event:.
Bill Hisamoto's high game was
195 and high series was 530.
In Wednesday Nighters high
games: Frank Urano, 170; Amy
Urano, 171 (and her high series
was 392). In Thursday Thunder-
bird series: Hisamoto high-gamed
a 187 and his series was 514.
GREELEY MAT TEAM
MEMBER SELDOM LOSES
Laramie, Wyo. One of the abl-
est wrestler in the Greeley high
school mat team is Don Miyoshi
who has been pretty consistently
defeating his opponents in the 120-
pound division.
As of last week, he hadn't lost
any match. Here against local team
last week, Miyoshi defeated Gary
Mogenson, 8-1.
The Forum
Personal messages noted on
holiday cards sometime serve as
the only occasion for exchange of
words with acquaintances far away.
Even here, confronted with volume
and time factor, brevity seems to
be essential.
Once more, this year, the greet-
ing card from friend* Jiro, and his
family back east, conformed to
his usual practice. An original
card, with his own woodblock de-
sign imprinted, together with
names of members of his family.
Many years ago, when we first
knew Jiro, his Christmas-New
Year card boreonlyhisfirstname.
Then one year, it bore the names,
Jiro and Mary. Cards from them
in subsequent years appeared to
add a new child's name every year
or so, until there were six names,
and that's how their card read
for many years. Then, one year,
die name of their eldest child
was omitted. In the following year,
the name of their next eldest
child disappeared, and so on. The
card from Jiro and Mary this
year, after many years, again bore
only their two names.
A SEXTETTE OF BUSSEIS WON BOWLING prizes at recent YBL
conference, and here they are: Carol Uyemura, Ken Tani, Sam Sasaki,
George and William Tani and Fred Miyazawa#
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HENRY FONDA traveled to Nikko in Tobu Railways deluxe streamliner
Famed actor stands in front of torii at Nikko in the snow.
AQTOR HENRY FONDA, in Japan to make per-
sonal appearances with the Japan premiere of
MGM's "How the West Was Won," took some time
off from his short one-week visit to Japanhis
firstto go sightseeing at Nikko in the snow. He
changed his plans at the last minute substituting
Nikko for Hakone. And when it snowed, Henry
Fonda said he really enjoyed Nikko.
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