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Happy New Year
19 63
ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
UO. 40, Tuesday January 1, I965
Page 1
Prepare For
Bowling Tourney
The first annual Simpson Church
Bowling League Nisei Invitational
Tournament will be held January
25f 26, & 27, at the Dahlia Lanes
in Denver.
Team, singles, and doubles
events will highlight tourney play
but there will be plenty of time
available for men's ragtime and
mixed ragtime events. Their will
be one class for women. The men
will be divided into classes A and
B with 165 average as the divid-
ing line. Invitations will be sent
to nisei bowlers in Nebraska and
in Colorado.
Tourney officials are: Co-chair-
men Gene Ikeya and Vi Nishi-
mura, Treasurer-Harry Hashi-
moto, Tabulation-Bob Ota, Regis-
tration-Flo Domoto, Schedule-Roy-
Nagai, Scorekeeper-Willie Hiro-
kawa, Trophies and Awards-Meach
Nogami, Ragtime Events-Harry
Furukawa, and Posters MikyoMat-
suura. 1
CORPORATION FORMED
Operation of Rocky Mountain
Pharmacy at 2300Champa st., for-
merly owned by James Fresques,
has for some time been under
operation of Sam Terasaki and
Sam Kishiyama. The establish-
ment was reported recently to have
been incorporated by Terasaki,
Kishiyama andDr.TomKobayashi,
directors of the corporation.
Fresques is new chief adminis-
trator of Denver Housing Authority
which manages Federally-aided
low cost rental apartment pro-
jects.
WELCOME BABY BOY
Brighton Henry and Taeko
Morimitsu, last week, became par-
ents of a baby boy, born at Brigh-
ton Community Hospital.
Suggest Role For
Nisei In The U.S.
A suggestion to the nisei, that
they might consider taking in-
creased interest in international
affairs, and particularly in the re-
lations between the U.S. and Ja-
pan, was made by the Consul Gen-
eral of Japan, Toshio Yamanaka,
in his New Year's greetings.
The consular official felt that
the niseis are in a position to best
understand the Japanese ways of
thought and action, and that there-
fore, they can best act as inter-
mediary between their fellow
Americans and the people of Ja-
pan.
NUPTIAL CEREMONY
Ensign From Washington To Wed Local Girl
June Junko Tsumura's wedding
to Ensign Kenneth Tagawa will be
solemnized Sunday afternoon at
the Buddhist Church. The couple
following their honeymoon, will re-
side in Silver Springs, Maryland,
near Wash., D.C., where Ensign
Tagawa serves on the staff in the
office of the Chief of Naval Opera-
tions.
The bride, a dental assistant,
is the daughter of Mrs. Amy Tsu-
mura of 827 26th st. The naval
officer, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank S. Tagawa of 6640 Down-
ing st. in Welby, graduated from
C.U., where he majored in electri-
cal engineering.
Bridal attendants are: matron of
honor, Mrs. Roslyn Kitsutaka;
bridesmaid, Dorothy Tobo; flower
girl, Sheri, daughter of the Philip
Miyazawas; candlelighters, Har-
riet Sakamoto and CarolynTagawa.
Best man, Kiyo Nakata; grooms-
man, Ted Tsumura; ushers, Al-
bert' Nakata, George and David
Tagawa~and Dick Sato; baishakun-
ins, the Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai and
Mr. and Mrs. K. Kimura; organ-
ist, Elaine Kuritani.
Harry Yanari, June Tsumura's
uncle, will give the bride away.
WORKING HARD TO SOLICIT community support for erection of
memorial monument at Fairmount cemetery are officials of Cathay
American Legion Post. Among those at recent meeting were: Henry
Suzuki, who serves to explain the project to the issei, Co-chairmen
Yosh Arai and John Noguchi, and secretary, Joe Sakato.
SET OF 2 CHARACTERS on the
left, O-getsu, means the king of
the months, January. The set of
two characters on the right, U-
toshi, means the Year of the Rab-
bit, 1963.
Their ancient calendar, begin-
ning with the Year of the Mouse,
prescribed 12 different animals
for the 12-year cycles. The first
year of that cycle designates the
mouse, then in sequence, cow, ti-
ger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse,
sheep, monkey, chicken, dog and
wild boar.
The same 12 animals, by allot-
ing two hours to each of the 12
time periods of the full day, de-
signated each two-hour periods.
Thus, presumably, 12:01 a.m. to
2 a.m. was the Hour of the Mouse.
Elegant penmanship is an art
in that country. Their written
words were obtained from China
more than 1600 years ago.
CUMING EVENTS
Fri., Jan. 4, Ft. Lupton com-
munity New Year's party at Bud-
dhist Church.
Sat., Jan. 5, 7:30 p.m., mem-
orial service for the late Shoi-
chi Otsuki of Arvada at Simpson
Methodist church.
Mon., Jan. 7, Japanese Associa-
tion sponsored naturalization
class members to receive certi-
ficates at ceremony, 7:00 p.m.
Tues., Jan. 8, 8 p.m., Mile
Hi JACL Board meeting at Cathay
Post.
Wed., Jan. 9, evening, weekly
meeting of war memorial project
committee.
Fri., Jan. 11, 6:30 p.m., Joint
Mile Hi and Ft. Lupton Chapters
dinner meeting with Patrick Okura,
at Akebono Restaurant. Phone re-
servations at JACL office, CH 4-
2239.
Sat., Jan. 12, San Luis Valley
chapter meeting with Okura.
Sun., Jan. 13, Arkansas Valley
chapter meeting with Okura.
Sun., Jan. 13, Intermountain Col-
legiate Students' ski trip to Win-
ter Park.
Sun., Jan. 13, 1 p.m., general
meeting at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Fri.-Sun., Jan. 25-27, Simpson
Church Bowling League's invita-
tional tournament at Dahlia Lanes.
Sat., Feb. 2, at Hilton Hotel,
testimonial dinner sponsored by
Brighton JAA for State Senator
Seiji Horiuchi. For reservations,
phone Brighton 659-9984.
Sun., Feb. 3, 2:00 p.m Den- .
ver School of Judo Brown Belt
Tournament.
Sun., Feb. 17, 2:00 p.m., Rocky
Mt. Ass'n AAU Championships
Open Tournament. Place not de-
termined.
SCOUTS TOUR INSTITUTIONS
Brighton Members of Boy Scout
Troop 109 were treated to a chicken
dinner and tour through Laradon
Hall and other institutions. This
Christmas treat was the gift of
the Elks Lodge. Among those in
charge of the tour was Mrs. Char-
les Fujisaki.
TWO ON STAFF OF TITLE COi
Florence Uyehara and Frances
Furukawa are on the staff of Title
Guaranty Company's offices in
Brighton and in Denver, respec-
tively.
FELLOWSHIP AWARD
| Nase Kido To Board
Of Insurance Firm
Saburo Kido of Los Angeles,
attorney and publisher of the Ja-
panese American News and a
pioneer National JACL leader and
official, has been named a direc-
tor of the United Nations Insurance
Co., it was reported.
Other members of the company's
board of directors are Henry
Imada, president, Arthur Taka-
mine, Rev. Y. Tamai, William
Powers, Louis MiddlemistandRoy
Sandberg.
Kido's publication reported last
week that the firm has over $15,
600,000 of insurance in force, com-
pared with about $4,300,000 in
force in 1961; assets of over
$511,000 at beginning of 1962,
gross surplus of nearly $453,000,
and income of nearly $66,000 in
1961.
Two Recive Injuries
In Auto Accident
State Highway Patrolman Elmer
Lane reported Saturday that a
sister and sister-in-law of the
State Sen.-Elect Seiji Horiuchi was
injured in a two-car accident at
East 104th ave. and River Road
in Adams County.
At Mercy hospital in Denver
were Miss Hisa Horiuchi and Mrs.
Shirley Horiuchi of Brighton, res-
pectively, sister and sister-in-law
of the legislator.
Gloria NolascoofDenver, driver
of the second car, the patrolman
said, was not injured in the acci-
dent in which the Horiuchi car, at
the intersection, careened off the
highway and slammed into a two-
foot high concrete wall.
Granted To Revenue Department Official
Robert M. Horiuchi of 1480 So.
Cherry st. is among the 25 fed-
eral, state and local government
employees who were awarded fel-
lowships in the intergovernmental
training program at Dept, of Pub-
lic Administration of D.U.'s Col-
lege of Business Administration.
The 12-week seminar sessions
begin Jan. 4.
Horiuchi, who received B.A. de-
,7*ee in marketing at Univ. of Wash,
in Seattle and M.Sc. degree in
business administration at D.U.
is senior revenue agent at Colo.
Dept, of Revenue.
BRIDAL PARTY AT WEDDING of the former Florence Miyake to
Everitt Shigeta, a recent event, includes the groom's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sanzo Shigeta, the groom and the bride, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mitsumasa Miyake.
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Citizenship class, sponsored by
the Japanese Association, number-
ed at last count 63 students; mostly
elderly issei but ranging in ages
between late 20$ to the eighties;
mostly from Denver, but a few
from as far away as Lafayette,
The students* roster, released
by the instructor, Harry Matoba,
includes: Michiko and Atsuko Ka-
giyama and Haru Yamaguchi from
Henderson, Inayoshi and Toshiko
Matsumoto from Brighton, Yasu-
taro Yoshihara from Lafayette,
Hideko Brooks and Miyoko Smith
from Derby and Yoshi Nakamura
from Englewood.
From Denver: Sumio and Mi-
fuko Yamashita, Fujie Tobo, Yumi
Tobo, Iwao Hatanaka, ChiyonoTa-
keshita, Tadayuki and Chiye
Hirose, Kiyoshi Takata, Fujiyo
and Jingoro Kuroki, Mutsuko Ri-
vera, Tsuruye Kimura, Ichiye and
Tatsuma Nagai, Sataro Kunita,
Kimi Yoshida, Takekuma Furu-
kawa, Ma'tsuye Ihara, Kiku Sakai,
Tom Yamada,, Shizu Fujii, Setsu
Miyahara, Jiro Yamasaki, Kaori
Kajiwara, Taru Sanada, Kenzo Ku-
wahara, Ayako Kimura, Uhachiro
Teshima, Kaki Nishiyama, Hat-
sumo and Masuji Kinoshitd.
Chiyeno Fujita, Misuye Take-
moto, Mitsutaro and KiwaTawara,
Sakashi Nakata, Chiki Uyemura,
Hidenori Takata, Sano Fushimi,
Teruko Merritt, Tami and Tetsuo
Fukui, Junko Kimura, Shin Hi-
raoka, Tome and Sahei Yamaguchi,
Kazu Madokoro, George Yamada,
Fumi Todd, Matsuno Matoba, Shi-
zuye Nakaoki and Takako Inai.
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
ENGAGES CHILDREN
Brighton Craig Fujisaki and
John Horiuchi were among pupils
of South Elementary School who
participated last week in Christ-
mas program presented at high
school auditorium,
NISEI LEAGUE
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NISEI LEAGUE 8orloo
Georg* Nagai 603-S6-6S9
Bill Toahida 567.78-036
Roy Nagai 562-78-680
Panes
Mae Toahiaura 222-20-242
Bill Chikuaa 214-27-241
Bob Kayeda 226-11-237
Bill Toahida 216-20-236
Bob Noguohi 217-18-236
Baa Kaaada 204-26-230
George Nagai 216-12-227
Beaver Aeano 203-17-220
ALL TIED UP
Fukuma, Iriye Leaders In Church League
Paul Fukuma regained a shared
top spot in Simpson pin league as
it worked its way through 48th
game of the series. So Fukuma and
Dick Iriye, at that point, led the
77-man roster with 177 avg. Iriyes
total pins in 8513, against Fuku-
mas 8499.
At midpoint, 39th position has
been occupied by several players,
lastly, by Harry Hashimoto with
his 161 avg., a mark shared in
this same position in recentweeks
by such players as Harry Hashi-
moto, Roy Nagai,
YOUNG TENNIS PLAYERS
OF AREA RANKED
Prodigious task of ranking teen-
age tennis players of this area,
based on their playing results in
1962, was releasedlastweekbythe
Intermountain Sectional Assn.
Susan Ando of Denver, teamed
with A, Silverstein, was given
first ranking position in girls 14
doubles division. The young player
was posted in the No. 6 ranking
position in the girls 14 singles
division. She is the daughter of the
Toshio Andos of 3353 Josephine
st.
HITACHI NEW YORK, LTD.,
recently was awarded contract to
provide turbine pumps for the Blue
#Mesa river project near Gunnison,
and for the San Luis, Calif., dam
project. Supervising these two jobs
will be Koichi Kurosaki, presi-
dent of the New York company,
whose headquarters and manufac-
turing plants for the pumps are
in Japan.
JUNIOR HIGH
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
Brighton Junior high school
students presented a program of
music featuring. Christmas num-
bers recently. Program partici-
pants included a novelty twirling
act, Rockin Around the Christ-
mas Tree/* by Karen Tazawa
and Sharon Masunaga.
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES
OCCUPY STUDENTS
Greeley At Jackson grade
school, Group III of fourth grade
carolers included Connie Osaki.
At Park grade school program,
Christmas Around the World,
choral group included Yuri Shi-
mada.
SOME BOWLING NOTES
OFF LOCAL LANES
Taro Miyasato is among those
who have signed up for the $23,
500 Denver Open bowling tourna-
ment Jan. 9-12.
Jake Yago of Granada Fish Mar-
ket team scored second 700-plus
series last week with 717. His
team has a 3,022 series.
Japans envoy to the U.S., Am-
bassador Koichiro Asakai follows
the custom of extendingNew Years
greetings through Japanese com-
munity newspapers. This he does in
the Japanese language section of
this issue.
He praised the accomplishments
of Americans of Japanese ances-
try in the U.S., and expressed his
satisfaction over the growth of
mutual respect and friendship paid
between the post-war Japanese
and the U.S. governments. The
diplomat Asakai made no mention*'
of the coming year of perhaps
critical as well as fruitful, diplo-
matic as well as economic, re-
lations between the two nations.
Asakai, after serving for six
years in Washington, retires next
Spring, to be succeeded, it is re-
ported, by Ryuji Takeuchi, present
vice-foreign minister.
Twice As Many
Women In Class
Forty-two women and half as
many men, between ages of 26
to 86, completed the citizenship
classes given by the Japanese
Association. They will receive
certificates of completion of class
at ceremony Jan. 7.
There were at least eight coup-
les in the class. The largest num-
ber of pupils, 39, are between
the ages of 50 to, and including,
69; a total of only 13 pupils under
the age of 49; and 11 over the age
of 70.
Bill Yoshida's High
Series: 579-72-652
ion *3 Him SERIES
IN DBAC SERIES
Bill Toahida 579 72 661
Boo Eveas 666 61 616
Ed Shined* 665 60 615
LADIES HIGH SERIES
Mitauye 8ogi445 182 877
Sedouai Kurodk 493 72 565
T*ik* Tagawa 431 126 567
M1WS HTftH flAMM
Freak Seto 218 40 253
Ed Shiaoda 216 20 286
Bill Toahida 207 24 231
WOMSB'3 HIGH GAMES
Mary Viyaseaa 170 38 208
Sedsai Kuroda 176 24 200
Mitauyo Sogi 134 44 198
Leader Warding Qff
Competitors
Youve got to reach pretty far
back in the Simpson Church lea-
gue records to learn that, back
early in October, Liz Kitashima
led the womens division in aver-
age score. Jean Matsuda, since
then, has been die consistent lea-
der, and doing it with 164 avg.
in 45th game of series.
Second position has been shar-
ed by Jean Sato and Vi Nishi-
mura for a number of weeks.
They've usually averaged about
two or three points behind Mat-
suda. Her high hdcp. series has,
for some time, been constant at
620, Nishimura at 646, and Sato
at 608.
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Eager Mataen Active Up And Down State
IHHI
Brighton Brighton High's
wrestlers opened their metropoli-
tan league mat campaign recently
with a 25-18 victory over the
Mapleton Falcons*
The host team's Gil Padilla de-
cisioned Jim Tagawa, 5-0 in the
112-pound div.; Jake Valencia in
the 133-pound div. decisioned Har-
old Muroya, 3-0; and in the 145-
pound div., the host team's Har-
vey Tashiro decisioned Marlon
Rears, 3-0.
Brighton's Bob Sakaguchi de-
cisioned George Newhoff, 3-0.
DROP MATCH TO
GUNNISON MATMAN
Dennis Murahata, in 95-lb. div.,
dropped mat match last week with
Martinez of Gunnison High's team
in 3.55.
At Colo. Springs Junior High,
Masahiro Tabuchi took first place
in the 134 lb. division matches
last week.
At Rocky Ford High School, Bill
Takeda is member of the wrestl-
ing team's 154 lb. div.
Don Tsuchimoto of Manual
High's 95 lb. wrestling contingent
last week decisioned Thomas Jef-
ferson High's John Camerson in
3-1. Don's team won the match,
32-14.
WATADA PINS FOE IN
MATCH WITH LA PORTE
Ft. Lupton Bill Watada of Ft.
Lupton high pinned Lee Conklin
from La Porte in 5:56 last week.
La Porte wrestlers defeated host
team 27-23.
BILL TAKEDA IN
SCHOOL WRESTLING TEAM
Rocky Ford Bill Takeda is a
member of the Rocky Ford High
School wrestling team which be-
gan its season of competition re-
cently. Takeda wrestles in the 154-
pound division.
EATON TEAM LOSES
TO LUPTON MATMEN
Ft. Lupton Bill Watada of Ft.
Lupton High's wrestling team won
his match by forfeit in the local
team's play last week against Ea-
ton. Victory for home team ended
in a lopsided 52-0 score.
Greeley Don Miyoshi of Gree-
ley High was decisioned in the 120-
pound division last week in the
invitational wrestling match here.
In some half dozen prior match-
es, Miyoshi had won every deci-
sion against his opponents.
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Funeral services were held for
the late Mrs. Rose A. Nishiyama
of 2780 West 40th ave. at the
Chapel of Chimes mortuary. The
services were conducted by the
Revs. Paul Hagiya and Jonathan
Fujita of Simpson Methodist
Church.
she is survived by her hus-
band, Massey Nishiyama; daugh-
ter, Julie; her father, Seitaro Ha-
shimoto. Other survivors are her
brother, Harry Hashimoto; sis-
ters, Mrs. Ruby Sakayama and
Mrs. Mabel Mabe. Interment was
at Highland Memory Gardens.
TENRIKYO PRIEST
FROM LOS ANGELES
The Rev. Shigeichi Torizawa,
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Angeles, is visiting with his broth-
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YAMANASHI SERVICES
AT BUDDHIST CHURCH
Ryokichi Yamanashi, 67, while
talking last week with O. Kage-
yama in his barber shop at 1227-
20th st., became ill, and shortly,
died. Funeral services were held
at the Buddhist Church. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Mrs. Koto Ya-
manashi, five sons and four daugh-
ters.
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120020th ST., DENVER, COLORADO.
PHONE CH 4-9630

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3444 Alcott,
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Harry and Yuriko Ariki 7171 Avrum Dr,
Minoru Yasui 1225 20th St, Tom Masamori 2010 Lamar Sa V. Hatsuooto Ropreoontative Heir York Life lamunno* Co. 8180 Britton Bond, Atlna 8-2686
ToshioAndo 1942 Larimer Charles Yamaguchi 1209 19th St.
Henry Suzuki .7080 Beach Ct, Howard Oda 711 27th St, Asia Cafe Kawamata, 1213 19th Street, Denver, PHONE MA 3-9774 7 9 7 7 X (;imh)
Helen Iwata Beauty Salon .2024 Larimer
Robert Kiyotake .7450 Bryant1
Rev. Jonathan Fujita
3634 Holly Denver, Colo.
Rev. Noboru Tsunoda
1650 Yates St. Denver, Colo.


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830-18th St., Denver, Colo.
2838 Federal Blvd., Denver Colo.
Yoshio Ito, D.D.S.
Sueo Ito, D.D.S.
Setsuo Ito, D.D.S.
1477 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Colo.
Koji Kanai, D.D.S.
4310 Harlan Ct. Denver, Colo.
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Dick Momii, M.D.
Albert Noda. M.D.
1227 27th St., Denver,Colo.
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Interstate Trust Bldg.
1130-16th St., Denver, Colo.
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1848 W. 38th Ave Denver, Colo
Isamu Ozamoto, M.D.
301, Inter Trust Bldg. 1130-16th St., Denver, Colo.
Howard Suenaga, M.D.
830-18th St., Denver, Colo.
George Takeno, M.D.
1955 Penn. Denver, Colo.
Tomio Kawano, D.D.S.
1750 Humboldt St., Denver, Colo.

Holly Kitagawa, O.D.
1295 Colo. Blvd.
Denver, Colo.
Mahito Uba, O.D.
1230-21st St., Denver, Colo.
Ayako Wada, M.D.
810-23rd St., Denver, Colo.
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307 N. MAIN ST., ROCKY FORD
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Rt. 2 Box 101 Brighton
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Rt. 1 Brighton
Brighton Florist & Nursery
965 BRIDGE STREET
BRIGHTON, COLORADO
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PHONE 659-2415
DAY OR NIGHT
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1061 Denver Are., Fort Lupton, Colo.
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ULster 7-9987 802 Denver Ave.
FORT LUPTON, COLORADO
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Fort Lupton, Colo. Phone 857-2920
INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER
PHONE 857-6879
VINCENTS, INC.
"WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE"
FT. LUPTON, COLORADO 435 DENVER AVE
PURIFOY CHEVROLET COMPANY
601 Denver Ave.
FORT IUPTON, COLO.
Bus. Phone 857-6665
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James H. Imatani
Henderson Pickle Co
Henderson Colorado
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Koshio

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Fort Lupton
Lee Murata
Rt. 1, Box 289 Fort Lupton
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301 Denver Ave. Phone 857-4459
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Ault, Colorado
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S. Kawano 885 Grape & in ^ Matsuo, Kazuo .2124 Osceola, m m m Kawahara, K. 1705 Lawrence,
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YS 1*3 £ £ Takeuchi, Toki .2461 Champa, 3 Sugimoto, Noboru 2524 champa St, 455 Forest
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