Citation
Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 41

Material Information

Title:
Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 41
Series Title:
Rocky Mountain Jiho
Publisher:
Japanese American Citizens League
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Location:
52
35

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Full Text
ROCKY MOUNT.
Ho. 41 Vfdnflday9 January 9# 1949
Page 1
Name Legislator To
Two Committees
Freshman State Rep. Seiji
Horiuchi, Republican of Brighton,
was named to two committees last
week for the current state legis-
lative session.
He was named vice-chairman of
the newly ereated House Met-
ropolitan Affairs Committee, of
which Rep. Charles Byrne, R. of
Denver, is chairman. Also, Horiu-
chi was named member of the
State Institutions committee.
MANITOU SPRINGS
PATIENT SEES VISITORS
Manitou Springs Fumio Nakai,
who has been ill and confined at
a local hospital, was visited last
week by the Revs. Jonathan Fujita
and Paul Hagiya.
CHEERLEADER AT
MAPLETON HIGH SCHOOL
Judy Sato is a member of the
quintet of cheerleaders whose en-
ergetic assignment it is to lead the
Falcon yells for the student body
at pep assemblies and games.
Judy is the daughter of the Joe
Tsuyoshi Satos of Welby.
NAGAIS WELCOME BABY
BOY TO HOUSEHOLD
The Roy Nagais of 3355Kearney
st. became parents of a baby boy.
Keith Hideo, the newcomer, who
has a brother and a sister, was
born at General Rose Memorial
Hospital.
COUPLE PURCHASES
RESTAURANT PROPERTY
Myrta Perry, it was reported,
has sold the property at 1953
Larimer st. for $33,500 to Fred
and Chiyeko Aoki. The couple own
and manage the AJcebono restaur-
ant at that address.
Two Groups Will
Co-Sponsor Tourney
Nisei Bowling Association,
headed by Pres. John Sakayama,
will join the Jewish Bnai Brith
group to state the first annual
area regional bowling tournament.
The event will be staged Feb.
16-17, according to Joe Hyman,
tourney director, atMonacoLanes,
6767 Leetsdale dr. Entries must be
submitted before Feb. 1 to Gene
Ikeya, 8447 Sheridan ct. in Ar-
vada, or to Lester Buttlaire, 138
S. Ivy st.
HANDY SPOT MARKET
OPERATED IN ENGLEWOOD
Englewood James T. Fujita,
it was reported is the operator
of the Handy Spot Market at 3795
So. Santa Fe drive.
VISIT SON IN
CALIFORNIA
Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Iyama were recently in Imperial
Beach, Calif., where they visited
with their son, Vinson.
COMING EVENTS
Fri., 1-11,6:30p.m., JointMile-
Hi and Ft. Lupton chapters din-
ner meeting with Patrick Okura at
Akebono Restaurant.
Sat., 1-12, San Luis Valley chap-
ter meeting with Okura.
Sun., 1-13, Arkansas Valley
chapter meeting with Okura.
Sun., 1-13, ICS Ski trip to Win-
ter Park. Bus departs at 7:00
a.m. from Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Sun., 1-13, 2:00p.m., Judo Tour-
nament ages 6 to 16.
Sun., 1-13, 8:00 p.m., Tri-State
Buddhist Church general meeting
with guest speaker, Rev. Arthur
Yamabe.
Wed., 1-16, evening, weekly
meeting of war memorial project
committee.
Fri.-Sun 1-2527, Simpson
Church bowling tournament atDah-
lia Lanes.
Sun., 1-27, 2:00 p.m.. Judo No-
vice tournament-White Belts only.
SEMINARIAN VISITOR
IN DENVER
The Rev. Noboru Hara of Christ
Church in Tokyo preached Sunday
at Japanese Independent Christ-
ian Church, 2250 Tremont pi. A
reception was held for the visi-
tor at the home of Mrs. Sea
Kawanishi*
The Rev. Hara, who completed
a years study at the Baptist Semi-
nary in Garland, Tex., will return
home in March.
Governor's Driver
Chief Gilbert R. Carrel of the
State Patrol announced last week
the appointment of State Patrol-
man Will Kagohara, 39, of Fort
Lupton as the official driver for
Governor John A. Love.
The patrolman, who has been
working in the position for ten
years, succeeds Capt. Dale High of
Denver who had served as driver
for Gov. Steve McNichols.
Kagohara serves, also, as trea-
surer of Fort Lupton JACL chap-
ter.
The patrolman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Toyoshi Kagohara of 2424
Stout st., is a graduate of Colo.
State College in Greeley.
Collegians Will
Go Out To Ski
Intermountain Collegiate Stu-
dents, banking on good ski weath-
er this Sunday, are chartered bus-
bound for Winter Park. Ken Ta-
gawa, athletic chairman and in
charge of the trip, plans to push
off at 7;00 a.m. from the assem-
bly point at Buddhist Church.
Henry Tobo, president, said ski-
ers at various campuses have been
alerted about this bus trip through
publicity representatives, includ-
ing Natchi Matsunami at C.S.C.
in Greeley, Tagawa and Tobo at
C.U. in Boulder and C.S.U. in Fort
Collins. Ron Yamamoto of Regis
College is to contact students in
this area.
AKAHOSHI, SAMESHIMA,
KINOSHITA LEAD OFF
Greeley Frank Akahoshis top
individual game at Columbine
Classic bowling series last week
was 244.
Total individual series for Yuke
Sameshima and Carl Kinoshita
were, respectively, 580 each.
BUILDING REPORTED
BOUGHT IN DOWNTOWN
Dyke T. and Shizuko Kanai, it
was reported, recently purchased
the building structure at 1414 Tre-
mont from H. E. Hammond.
SANSEIS SCANT IN
PREP CAGE TEAMS
It may well be that the only
sansei in the citys eight high
school basketball squads season
this season is Tom Kimura at Man-
ual. Kimura is a guard.
BOWLING SCORES UP
AND DOWN STATE
At La Junta, Jim Hirakis high
individual game was 247 and his
high series was 574.
In Greeleys Bowlderado, Fusa
Tokunaga struck off a 498 indiv.
series. Also, Chuck Takahashis
top indiv. series was 554.
SERVICES CONDUCTED
FOR LATE JACK HIRAI
Funeral services were held for
the late Jack Hirai of 412-24th
st. Saturday at Olinger Mortuary,
16th and Boulder streets. Burial
was at Crown Hill cemetery.
SERVICES HELD FOR LATE
GLENN UYEDA MONDAY
Funeral services were held
Monday for the late Glenn Uyeda
of 4660 West Cedar ave. at Tre-
vino chapel. Burial was at Mount
Olivet cemetery.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Uyeda, brother of Larry
Uyeda and Joanne Medina, and
grandson of Saturnlna Herrera.
Priest Returns To
Fill Engagements
A former Denverite, the Rev.
Arthur Shigeo Yamabe of Guada-
lupe Buddhist Church in southern
Calif., will conduct a series of
meetings here Jan. 11-13, it was
announced by the Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda.
The visitor from California is to
speak at ho-onko service Sunday
honoring the work of the famed
priest, St. Shinran. Earlier, on
Jan. 11 at 6:30 p.m., he will be
tendered a welcome dinner at
Tokyo Grill, followed by a dis-
cussion meeting at the church at
8 p.m. He is also scheduled to
preach at Fort Lupton Buddhist
Church on Jan. 12 at 2 p.m., and
at Brighton Buddhist Church on
Jan. 14 at 7 p.m.
Very Busy Schedule
Forthcoming engagements which
will keep the Rev. Paul Hagiya of
Simpson Methodist Church very
busy during the coming weeks in-
clude the following events:
Jan. 7 to 11, attendance with the
Rev. Jonathan Fujita at pastors
school of Pacific Japanese Provi-
sional Conference at Glide Me-
morial Methodist Church in San
Francisco.
March 4 to 10, address the evan-
gelistic mission services at Seattle
Japanese Methodist Church.
March 11 to 17, prepare for,
and participate in, religious em-
phasis week at his own church,
and welcome the Rev. John Yama-
shita, pastor of Centenary Jap-
anese Methodist Church of Los
Angeles, as principal speaker.
TWO PATIENTS RETURN
TO THEIR HOMES
Mmes. James Kishiyama and
Jim Tochihara, both of Brighton
were recently released from
Brighton hospital to return to their
homes.
WELLMANS PURCHASE
HOME ON JASMINE STU
James and Haruko Wellman re-
cently purchased the house at 3661
Jasmine st. from George L. Sch-
midt.
PURCHASE RESIDENCE
IN NORTHGLENN AREA
Walter K. Ikenouye recently pur-
chased a residence from Perl
Mack Constr. Co. in the North-
glenn district, it was disclosed.
Require Issei
Aliens To Register
Issei aliens, counted among es-
timated 22,000 non-citizen resi-
dents in the Colo.-Wyo. area, will
be required to report their cur-
rent addresses during January to
the Federal government.
Address report cards, accord-
ing to John Clingan, district di-
rector of U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service, are avail-
able at his office in room 437,
Post Office bldg., or at any local
post office.
TOKUNAGA, SAMESHIMA
SCORE IN PIN MEETS
Ault George Tokunaga and
Bill Sameshima, in last weeks
bowling series score individual
points of 623 and 600, respective-
ly.
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.
ORIENTAL FOOD SPECIALISTS
@ Ready-to-Serve Roast Duck
$4.75 About 4 Pound*
Convenient National Rice Cooker
1946 Larimer Street
Denver 2, Colorado
Phone KE 4-6031
CONOCO SERV I CES
For your convenience at 2 locations
20th & Lawrence Streets Ch-4-9722
23rd & Chawpa Streets Ma-3-9802
GEORGE OYE Owner
aiMUDiifc&W T*%
ay? it ET%
welcome TO TOKYO GRILL
Try Our Choice Japanese, Chinese,
American Dishes And Sa-ke
OPEN 11 A+M.TO 10 P.M.
CLOSED TUESDAYS Phene 825-9530
1236 20thStreet
HUE NAKAMURA -Realtor
HOMESandFARNS
9040 East Colfax Avenue EM-6-9196
L 5c * ? J£ i.
£ M m
T * &
/ -* 1 *> Hamj's Flower Shop
W K 7£ J
HARRY YANARIr Proprietor
510 15th Street
CHerry 4-3546
Home address:
4861 Depew Street
Denver 12, Colorado
GEnesee 3 1770

RUTCRIKS
CBCtAINT.
GEORGE S MOTOR SERVICE
orKMVTEOBY
kom;e kmmmoto
TEXACO PRODUCTS
DENVER L COLORADO
CH-4-%30
A MYRCNTC ST.
l2M.S*hKT.


Fin 2
55 Per Cent Of League Players Never
Hissed Session To Date In Weekly Games
During something like 17 weeks
of play at Simpson Church bowling
league, over 40 faithful players,
or nearly 55% of male members,
have showed up each Friday night
to bowl, in good weather or foul.
Meanwhile, Dick Iriye, at close
of 1962, maintained slight edge
over Paul Fukumas average, 177
to 176, at their respective handi-
caps of 15 and 16.
Nine weeks earlier, about half
way back to the beginning of sea-
son, Iriye was booting in a 174,
while Fukuma led the show with
178.
At end of the close of year just
ended, heres how a dozen or so
eager players were tooling their
averages, compared to those, say,
at end of 8th week of play. These
records are for the 51-game men,
generally, in the lower half of the
roster, where 8 to 12 players im-
proved their averages and 5 of the
12 improved their standings among
their peers, which, however, in-
cludes latecomers, including one
with only 24 games played.
In comparison of averages, note
score improvement made by Joe
Sakato, 129 to 138.
Shift Averages
Chang*! of averages frea
24th to 61st gaaes*
John Vakashiaa 166 166
A1 Mltamre 168 166
Bob Ota 166 186
Art Torlaoto 168 157
JIk Dolsaki 147 160
Oeae Niahimoto 146 160
Tad Tends 149 149
Ben Goto 145 148
Harold Fukuhara 140 146
Ted Shloshita 141 142
Joe Sakato 126 168
Ken Funskoshl 120 120
STILL IN LEAD
Fukino, Hasegawa And Furuiye Leaders
Hank Fukino, Tom Hasegawa and
Yukio Furuiye, in that order, con-
tinue to pace the averages in the
!>DBAC bowling series with, respec-
tively, 186, 184 and 181.
Over in womens circuit, Sadami
Kuroda still has a comfortable
9 pt. lead over her nearest com-
petitor, Sachi Nagata, 154 and 145.
In fact, for awhile, theres been
no change in positions of top 9
players with Sadami and Sachi
pacing, and followed in the named
order by Dorothy Fujino, Helen
Ito, Betty Yanari, Lillian Sato,
Patty Fukino, Iris Nakagawa and
Mary Miyazawa.
And- if you pass up Sadamis
score in the spread of averages,
theres but some dozen points in-
volved. Marys average being 132.
DBAC Reports On
High Series Scores
HIGH SSRISS 46TH GAHBS
Bill Toshide
Koji Kanai
Henry Ito
Fred Xiyaiawa
Dorothy Fujino
Telko Tog&wa
Helen Ito
66 621
50 621
89 616
76 698
99 882
128 556
99 548
Madame Butt*rfly396 2797
GST Investment 432 2757
Woodlswn Prod* 368 2720
NISEI LEAGUE
Yoshinura And Hotoyama Lead With 250'S
GAHB8
lies Toshimur*
Jim Hotoyeoe
Tosh Furuiye
Shun Hekayaaa
Tosh Here
Frank Sahara
Bob Noguohi
20 254 Art Toehiaura
50 250 Tom Hasegawa
22 289 Don Miyake
11 2S4 John Sakayaoa
23 284 Mel Shiaono
22 234 Toyo Wobuto
17 233
20 232
16 229
19 229
11 228
13 220
219
JAPANESE Gift on All
Occasions
WKt
KOBUN SHA
1234 20th St, Denver KE 4-4637
7 y b
sa a r
116 M. San Pedro Street, Los Angle8 12 Califmia

m
*
Ff
m
.929 18th St.

s
-fix*
St
1026 29th St ¥
h ¥
2811 Columbine
IE
RANCHO
A
grocery
b#a
3151 Stout, ^

IE

1947 Lawrence St.
M Lb
705.27th St,
]E
LAFAYETTE
GREENHOUSE
& is m te m
* Miw,
LAFAYETTE, COLORADO
-PHONE CA 5-5552

w
T


Page J
S 4 B I S' ft
rtfrU * l tc
j* X tt ft < a Afi?1 Jg
J
go u *iS*A f [1
(JlT^UC^oByJlip
itt£y£§£*Ii£fc
*gS**fc-5g5
4aui S ^ fc ft ;n.
s ft !l I 3 < o 5-
4 '* fttt m y f*
ia f A ft ft y L |ff
o XoLoA-r-c
-C K M. X A ff l -T
@ =f- V* ft T 9 I
fc d> §s ft a
lA + f o #o i
L ft T t> 3S fc 3L
t i K | J; H
t 1a o tt 6 B £
i ^ t J: A ft S'
4 to 4 ffi 0- 4 y
a tt £ 3>5 & ft r
< m * * ffl y
T ^ * ' * ft y
<* f? £ # es at
8 8 ffl A. ? f ft H 4 $ o
l * it m *c at
fc s' b * * Sf K
^ ti m it & -
L it m _h (a I
it m w M *
& to o ft fe L
* x o o x
1
m
&
m
m
&
m
W ft i *. as: m *. i *,
y n a ;/t irxok
*' A tt gs i> ft o
''1*44 b ft.a *t ffl
l#ftl 4 BJ **
*A'Ls>l5fc
1 tft
* y 1 8 ^ A 3*: ft
. y ft o # a IBA4
^y*iiH: i *sl jg*
^ ifi 1C fc ft A j6 = £.|| JLjfr
£ < ^ ^ t is r tr t$ 5 5 I
ft 4 ft & o ~ ^ M
JL
?.T2*Boi>ss^
"A*4 I-SS #/t4
I 391 O 4t ?>
ffl
%
fcfcTftl>tt#iK:^-blt--ftfcTA#3
t^ISK<^3lcX *&*fc:r£B^
4 It^lSAJ XfctCtfsJnSUIItCft V
4 ft i q 4 KofctAjn4f5.it b Tt 61 ^
fc* fc 4 rKA-i4fciiL^KA^f
IJI|U£7t4;£^I ^ If 3 4 A 4> *
lAttic i y gfca A5 *>A i^i fi 7 v
t ft tt Ji e xd !>. * tt 4 blXLfc^fcy-f
9tttAfc=-xtAA-^-fi*FfcJl| y i
csjfcai^asfc 4* = 3oftA* t ^
#b 'ytoAfco^'C'Cft&eiyo
£ tt 4 ^ 1 x o t t '/ fi 'rcfetA ft
a?5a*Jl|B4!trtt-.Sfia^is
* l
* 3 T fc tf 4 S 4 4 S I K 1 t #
' ft A
-IfcittfttffistHlJli '
i it a a ft o IA b 4 & ff- /II.
r^Uft ljfewto^fc^&n^o||
JH

& ft
3S jg
^ n
4o
5b iJ-
-5 ]J
I
n
Af ttflAK y y
'tA s* s s it I
ffe & l h ? t O
a tc^jf^K:sF
A i ft t y
a* fc ft ft 5* 5 A y
IDIUeyttS-''
a x s/"t s t s'
tctttA + *i a-c^
tA^fc=ifto¥ft
4< ^fC*J,X>tta.
a b 'fc + iS;
-'.4*a*-'Jl£H
^egiv i Pia*ff
b t-fcltti*1-
^ ^ 8 ~ y
rfeiPlttB !
T
> *
Y
*
ftiA t ^
ti a y j
tr ^ -f
. m k f
a t At y
fc 'Uto
"A* < *
+ b a
A ^ o *
^ ? fc H
4 ft
W h # ft
ft y JSU tt
tt (A s£ a
H ft tt i
^ ^ jS A
Â¥ -c B
& ff ^
ii ?
fffcftjf
ic
s
ft
*
% 16 * S * D b * A L It a* tt 8 ft it 6 s
L ft s fc K * b o ft /s #3
6 Dt J: O a ft i: K X a **
If b ft f ft L 8 H 3
* IK ft * T fc D b # B
i- ft b a ! l i
e * 4 * L ft L t * X L ft ffl jjf ft tt.
X t o L W
T c ft o A' ft PI 3.
% < b J: S i o it y
b t * A ft b a
ft i 4 ft X Oj m
a r £ it 3 £ w o Sr C ft 4 ft X #

i ^
ns
^ fj*
T 9
12 36 20th St, Denver
is & i/- kt
Tel.325-9530

MADAM BUTTERFLYS GIFT SHOP
SPECIALIZING IN ORIENTAL GIFTS
KIMONO JEWELRY IVORY
DOLLS CHINAWARE KAKEMONO
4609 E. COLFAX DENVER 20, C0L0
PHONE FR 7-1923
Wm
0 v ft it RCA TV
%.m m#
Fnkuma Co. 1930 Larimer St. Denver. AL 5-5277
SUKIYAKI & HOT SAKE * B
fc K t & $ ?Si^ 11 El * fe> .7*7- w X h M
i. L p, t tf I $i- i f4 iV-'i CO % Ml
^ 11 5
930 LINCOLN
AL5-6316
HOURS.'DAILY II A.M. TO I A.M
SATURDAYS 5 R.M. TO 1 A.M.- SUNDAYS 1 R.M. TO 10 P.M.
tt 0
h / m
m m s mmt - #
is-f uU'/iL-it- f *
AKEBOMO
ifi A 1953 LARIMER ST.,
DENVER CH 4-7743


NO .-4l, Wednesday January 9, 196J
fc- * 7 o * t b b £ *
£ £J ft 7 ej gj i n (U fp ?
| 1 1 f 4 £ t
f 6
a~x&=f-ie r m b *
i^incatsij
A. -v
0 3?
ft &
£ t
3? ft n ^ fc. 'a*o
A I * PJ fc fc '6ft
2 * u m * - * m
* # A i ft jj f *
si#i' fc s> a a. r
T7t
a it f* ffi
- f*I
.........W [P
3H*ICKSa(1 AWL JJJ
h: > tt w L a ,jT Til
^ k (t ^ A. M I '
£
O
^ *1 -
$ji
i<7)
ic
I
$> £ 4: P] -fc
4 i t S _
0 ft K H
iH it t K
i4os T
BM 0 H *
ft 3- ft sfcft
go ei w
- £ ft a
etfi ft
j) a & *
fe fe ^ ft/l*
EB H £ tfi *
** * W rm
1 ft
t to £ a
O 5s it
ft ft 0 *
5£ S *
T ft ft '
it ? I ft fo f
ft it ~ '£ = *&'
& ft S' ft 0 H :4> "'
-fc ? ft fc ft ft ft I
+ ? ' a * & *
£ n I fell M.
is* ft s' I tt *
x * '**£*§
= at fe 1
1
Sd s' _ .
L '* ft S
Rf I 7 fc S' * T?
4: * fc K tt ' Si A
3 1 * I £ *
t ft
5 ? ' r i s fe
0 7 r u s * £ +
s> ft > 36 A
fe !l ^ I
a ^ a- ^ i
JB. y ft' g £ x
0
£ ^ it H
ST 4 9# -t £ #> #.
2, t i L ^ 0
L* 4ft>KKti$!^tt|t
2 **-**£ 'BiK4i:^
*pl I'lffiJMflirt *- ft -ft
StlKttTT m f ^ 4> 7
** ^ALCKftHigA**''1'
t .
-4~ p, & o^^ Cfc,f:r'a'i(Sl >**
-T? ?L_ w 0 A O y S *
* * 3T 3 Oj .....
itSH ''*
e&- m
r x
* £ ft T 2. o £> -
^ f tt J ft r A "
4 # $5 J>5 tt
* * 'a
5 T ffl *
^ *> It i A
^ = I U H
I tt tt
$ J *
T & ^ S ffl ^
^ s i o r i
* W: $ & ;£ #
£ ft 'ft
T B If s t o
' ^ ii w (7^
S ffl i tt VLa
o
o
§00
ft #
A
Â¥ -fc
^ a f& -
*K a L_
'-'S fc 7
&, -t O
- fc
ft * tt
tt e £
ft
tt ii ft
fc- ft tt
fc ft i- A
Â¥ M 1 tt
A" ft '
-fc ft S' +
- fr
K -,M L. I. s in TI
rTtl#i$S
sih L^Aiet
cDBiSeBii
5 * i TL ^
-s* ^ n *
< m r
* a t t
O
m
Bf
5t
1
ft
Nf
0
* A
f?fc
1 a7
1 m + nKm*
X >J -fc £ !i R K £ ill <
^ I - 7 g|i K- ^ I
B- i B4 s= aR
+ + + + + +
fc 7a 51 ES =
a a B a a a
/\ /-\ ft ft fc> ft O' <-s ^ B
v_v v_> W ^ '' 'w'
ft T o fc5 fc1 ft 7 ? y* ?
? S' v U fc S' y tt r
1 "t "f >4 1
tt fc ^ 1 U tt 6 I I >
A ft % v f
ir T
* tt
* 66
fk
m
Sc
a 8E ¥0
**Ltt#
Ml 66
Â¥ ^
tt tt
0 66
tt 7 a 1
& 6 tt tt
fftttf£@
a at
Sfii
# 5
ft 5*#
ft # e ft
ft A ft
ft tt
* tt *g
tt a #6
a si
fig ^
^-> ft
Of
A tt
ft tt
ft
tt
a
fig
Ilf
as
ft
ft
4r
^ 5
iif 7
AH*
1? ^ J
*
B
W A
36 tt
& ¥
*
Jl
&
n ^ ^ i 4 { g J;
Sfe^Kftod H
U^XSt*# a
t i oli#p5s
fcT^Sttfe^di
Ktt3j6ejjh.il l
a ft 4 a.
X> A 3ft tt A K
i 0 ^ x
ii m m ffl it fr
ft 4 tt W ft §1 ^
T < 4: m m m
3 ej 6
i i ¥ f6 fc i
i^jcSlii
A A K Sc ^ Sfc n
9 + 4 < i m
-6t3Ri
SS B ii #1 i S
com row

CHINESE DISHES
(PA)
4aAliatt:*-V'fc L4i-
SPEEK BLVD. at 9th AVE.,
KE 4-7918
DENVER 3
L -fc o A ft Jp
tt x ea tt tt a
S E B Itif i
# B tt fig fe v
a 7* i/t b fc
n 7 fc- *c ^
tf = 6g 1
* f B T '7
U 7 |lj ft (^ b
^ 1 S B H
W tt H ft ^
* a /o ^
4: m (L + tt K tt Vi tt
6 ft 4f B 6 ft
+ m a tt ill
s a tt 5 & as
a fig a r 'r
to e fig t Pi 1
ft 7 *
THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Published Weekly
YOZAN TSUBOKAWA, Editor
P. O. Box 1073
Denver 1, Colorado
Telephone KE 4-7070
Subscription rates
by mail or carrier:
Six months..... $3.50
One Year ....$6.50
s&fe
V

MAT0BA TRAVEL AGENCY
rm.
m lm
kTJ ') (7)
m
M M
&
0 L
1 r
M
^ Ah ^J* n * <0 it *c
g 0V CO tt CO
8 IM dr % n H ft a-Mi tt ft H
l^e 41 m ff $ a $ fifii
X m 6 ft
Colo. tta+nf
- - a
tt titmm
R gs e as a. e
ft mws n&
r. 86
*f + ft 5T fc ft A fS ft ij tt
* tt tt ^ + ft
tt -fc Ii]
'----fig ^ * tt 68 tt
ffl - tt fc- R
ft + m tt tt £
66 ffl 66 a %
ft + K *
68 fr ft -7
ft a
66 1
a
A
+
*
a V
~ ZJ
H .
w7
J
1/
m
B
E
Vi +
* A
e a
~
-b
tt
mt u.
e
ft
x
ft
ft ft'
tt tt
ft
O tt
0
tar
ft
96
fc
u
1

ES
0
1
r
ft
?>

GRANADA FISH MARKET

y
MANDARIN CAFE
tt* O
> tt'T
f 1221'20 th ST., DENVER
PHONE CH 1-9526
-ft if CJ
> *
* x -5c r
X. t'
T 7 fc'

o
t*HONR KE 4-5983
1919 LAWRENCE ST.,
DENVER 2