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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
No. 51WHMBSULT, March 20. 1363
PIGS 1
Two Visiting Pastors Participate In
Lenten Programs For
The Rev, John Yamashita of
Centenary Methodist Church of Los
Angeles performed die role of a
minister who was all things to all
members'* of the parish of Simp-
son Methodist Church last week*
During Lenten Week, the visiting
pastor met with the young mar-
rieds, the church adults, the MYF
and Wesleyan youth groups*
Presidents of the three groups
which joined to welcome the min-
ister at banquet Saturday are: In-
termediate MYF, Laura Masunaga;
Senior MYF, Ann Aoyagi and the
Wesleyans, Carolyn Okizaki*
This week, isseis of the Simp-
son Church received the Rev*
Joseph Sakakibara from Dinuba,
Calif., as their Lenten guest speak-
er.
ANNOUNCE KAGIYAMA-
YOSHIDA BETROTHAL
Henderson Betrothal of Miss
Michi Kagiyama to Richard Terua-
ki Yoshida was revealed recently
at party held at the home of the
bride-to-be.
The bride-elect, who is the
daughter of the Susumu Kagiya-
mas, is a dental assistant in the
office of Dr* Ken Uyehara. The
groom-elect, graduate of CU with
major in electrical engineering,
works with analog-computer pro-
gram at Martin Co* He is the son
of the Keiichi Yoshldas of 3335
Gilpin st. in Denver.
Wedding will be in autumn* Bais-
hakunins for the couple are
Messrs, and Mmes. Shungo Tani
and Matajiro Watada.
Kuroki Hora
Wedding Held Here
The former Seiko Kuroki became
the bride of Yosh Hora at the ser-
vice performed at Simpson Church
Feb, 23 by the Rev. Paul Hagiya*
The bride, daughter of the Jin-
goro Kurokis, is employed at Air
Reserve Records Center. The
groom, son of Kichitaro Hora of
Commerce City, and the late Mrs*
Hora, is employed at Bellview
Bowl in Littleton.
Susan Tawara served as maid of
honor; Kim, daughter of the James
Muramotos was flower girl; and
Ken Matsuda was best man* The
couple honeymooned in Calif*, and
it included attendance at National
JACL bowling tournament*
All Age Groups
Renew Memberships
Recent membership renewals'
for Nationl JACL 1000 Club, the
League's San Francisco headquar-
ters reported, includes:
From Ft. Lupton, Lee Murata
for 10th year, Floyd Koshio and
Jack Tsuhara for 9th year, and
Frank Yamaguchi for 8th year.
Also, from Denver; Dr. Howard
Suenaga for 6th year, and Dr. Ro-
bert Mayeda for the second year*
KAKUGORO SAWAMURA
PASSES AWAY
Kakugoro Sawamura of 823 32nd
st* died earlier this week at St*
Luke's Hospital*
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Satoko Sawamura, and their
children, Roy, Jerry, Amy and
Ben; daughter, Mrs, Joyce Fuka-
zawa, and his brother, Tom Sawa-
mura of Fresno, Calif*
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, March 21, at Tri-State
Buddhist Church., 8 p.m.
They're In Midst
Of Electioneering
Canadians to the north of us,
including 30,000 of Japanese des-
cent, confront another month of
electioneering oratory. The elec-
tion in April will decide whether
incumbent Prime Minister John
Diefenbaker retains his post.
A bi-lingual newspaper in Tor-
onto, the New Canadian, suggests
that the niseis there are not eager
to see him re-elected. They charge
that Diefenbaker, in his 1957 elec-
tion campaign, promised to revise
the Dominions immigration pol-
icy; a promise he didn't keep. The
publication, however, does not ap-
pear to be stumping for, or fa-
voring, a rival candidate.
The above 30,000 figure repre-
sents about 40% increase in a de-
cade, of whom nearly one-third
are issei. More than one-third of
the Japanese Canadians reside in
the urban centers of Vancouver
and Toronto. About 8,000 reside in
metropolitan Toronto area, and
about 5,000 in Vancouver, on the
west coast.
EXPRESS CO. OFFICIAL
An official of Nippon Express
Co., of Tokyo, Fukami Suemitsu
was a visitor in Denver last week*
A LONG JOURNEY
For Couple They Came Here To Study
Antonio Yamashita and his wife,
Eileen, received their academic
degrees at CSC ceremonies in
Greeley last week, a doctoral de-
gree for the husband and a mas-
ter's degree for his wife.
What made their presence a bit
unusual was that they came from
Guam, the island in the Pacific,
7,000 miles west of Denver, where
Dr* Yamashita is associated pro-
fessor of biology at Univ* of Guam.
How many, of Japanese descent
live there, is not known, but it's
less than 3,000 out of the total
population of some 67,000; the
majority of whom are the Chamor-
ros.
Moreover, an island resident of
Japanese descent, J, C. Okiyama
is member of the 209-square-mile
island's unicameral legislature,
where for years he has been a
member of committee on stand-
ards for governmental operations*
JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH SEMINAR is unique program sponsored by
Adams City and Kearney junior high schools, and initiated by Adams
County School DisL 14, Student participants are selected for their
intelligence and creative ability. Among those who attended recent
seminar were, in second row far left, Harold Tani of Adams City; and
Dave Shimbara of Kearney, fifth from left. Glenn Miyamoto of Adams
City stands far left in fourth row. Photo courtesy. The Almanac.
CATHAY POST OFFICIALS
IN NEBRASKA TO OBTAIN
SUPPORT FOR MONUMENT
Three officials of Cathay Ameri-
can Legion Post left for western
Nebraska last week-end to explain
objectives of Nisei War Memorial
and monument projects.
Commander Al Miyagishima
headed for the Scottsbluff area,
while John Noguchi and Yosh Aral
went to North Platte region.
Tofu Research Set
Tofu is a simple food accessory,
but a welcome delicacy to folks
out beyond convenient driving dis-
tance from Denver's Nihon-machi*
Kiichi Yoshida of 2461 Lawrence
st. is a local manufacturer of this
product made from soybeans.
Now in Washington, U.S. Dept,
of Agriculture decided to make
a modest grant of nearly $10,000,
modest in comparison with gigan-
tic grants often handed out these
days. Object; find out which oi
some three dozen types of soy-
beans are best suited for tofu.
Recipient of grant was a research
organization, Japan Tofu Associa-
tion.
ITO HEADED JUDO GROUP
TO FRESNO TOURNAMENT
Dr. Sueolto accompanied Denver
Judo School's three judo players
last week to the national AAU
championships in Fresno, Calif.
Tooru Takamatsu was unable to
head the group as originally plan-
ned.
Shoyu Buyers Get
Movie Tickets
One ticket to a movie will be
given free to each customer for
purchases of each gallon of Kik-
koman shoyu. This offer was an-
nounced today by owners of three
stores: Frank Torizawa of Gran-
ada Fish Co., Harry Kojima of
Kojima Co. and Yutaka Inai of
Pacific Mercantile Co.
The tickets will admit purchas-
ers to the movies on Wednesday,
April 10, at the Buddhist Church.
There will be two films, one of
which will be the story of St.
Shinran who stopped Mongolian
invasion of Japan."
CONING EVENTS
Wed., Mar. 20, evening, weekly
War Memorial project meeting.
Wed., Mar. 20, 7:30 p.m., In-
ternational Ikebana Club demon-
stration at Botanic Garden, 909
York st.
Fri Mar. 22, 6;50 p.m., CNBL
basketball games at Manual High,
Bussei vs. American Potato, Tokyo
Grill vs. Playboys and Fuji-En
vs. Simpson Church.
Sat., Mar. 23, 8 p.m., at Brigh-
ton Buddhist Church, Jr. and Sr.
YBA inter-chapter service.
Sun., Mar. 24, 4 p.m., Kinyu
Kai's 8th anniversary shigin re-
cital at Buddhist Church.
Sat.-Sun., Mar. 30-31, tenth an-
niversary tournament at Denver
Judo School. Admission 90£.
Sun., Mar. 31, 7 p.m., JACL
scholarship fund benefit movie at
Buddhist Church.
April, Intermountain Collegiate
Students Conference.
Sun., April 7, 10 a.m., Hana
matsuri at Buddhist Church.
Wed., April 10, 7 p.m., special
movie at Buddhist Church, spon-
sored by Granada Fish, Pacific
Mercantile and Kojima Co. for
Kikkoman shoyu.
POSITIVELY, HERES ONE STURDY FELLOW whos all set to take
on all comers at Denver Judo Schools 10th anniversary invitational
tourney beginning on Sat., Mar. 30. Kevin, almost three, is the son of
the Wilson Enomotos of 1909 W. 38th Ave. Placard he holds announces
the event. The trophies, Kevin will concede to deserving competitors.
Undoubtedly, hell also have to discuss finer points of sport with the
judo experts from Tokyo who will attend the tourney, Toshiro Daigo,
34, a mighty shiohidan, and Toshiyukl Murata, 26, godan.
- Photo by Howard Oda.
Organize Study Progras For First Of
Series Of Sessions;
First of series of meetings on
the subject of Buddhist Way of
Life" will be held at the Budd-
hist Church on Mar. 29, at 8
p.m. under leadership of Tad Ya-
mamoto, program coorinator.
The purpose of these meetings, he
said, is to stimulate the Busseis
understanding of the religion.
Twenty counselors are assisting
in the Bussei programs, but more
are required, and the church hopes
to recruit persons interested in
this activity.
Assisting in the meetings will be
Phillip Miyamoto, George Tsuka-
moto, Mmes. Dorothy Fujino and
Yasuko Fujimori.
IKEBANA SHOWN
AT CU CLASS
Boulder Miss AyakoSumitomo
of Denver demonstrated Ikebana
last week before students in the
Japanese language class at CU.Its
instructor is Willie Nagai.
Seek More Counselors
Hold Hana Matsuri
Brighton Hana matsuri ser-
vice and program were held Sun-
day at the Buddhist Church. The
event drew a large attendance.
Participants in the program in-
cluded Bob Sakata, representing
JAA, Mrs. Florence Nakata, re-
presenting the Womens Club,
Phyllis Sasa and Glen Yamada for
the Sunday School, and Jane Nakata
for the choir. Lily Tani was one
of the speakers.
SHIGIN CONCERT
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
Shigin recital will be held Sun-
day, Mar. 24, 4 p.m., at Buddhist
Church, it was announced by Yu-
taka Inai, program chairman and
head of Kinyu Kal, sponsor of the
event.
Special guest will be Kansui
Kayamoto, veteran shigin instruc-
tor from Calif.
Fanily Gathers For His 88th Birthday
Ovid She was an issei dam-
sel in distress, at 17, back there
in 1918 on a desolate farm in
Sedgwick, widowed after a scant
three months marriage which fol-
lowed her arrival from Hiroshima.
That was young Tsuchis predica-
ment.
Then, did a Fairy Godmother
come to her rescue? Not in this
ultimately satisfying story. Even-
tually, two friends came to con-
sole her, the late Yonejiro Inouye
and the late Seichi Kobayashi, the
very two, who later, were baisha-
kunins for her marriage to Kan-
suke Kinoshita, a young Sedgwick
farmer.
One day, recently, Kinoshita
celebrated his 88th birthday at a
gala banquet here, a major event -
in this little community. Among
those present were his wife, Tsu-
chi, their 14 children, 40 grand-
children and many Japanese and
Caucasian friends.
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Hold Tournament
Here In 1965
While Denver's Bill Okubo made
his enviable mark in men's all
events in National JACL pin tour-
ney at £anta Fe Springs, near L.A.
recently, other players from Mile
Hi city also helped to uphold its
bowling prestige. Bill received
coveted AMF Pinspotters gold
watch and trophy.
John Noguchi was re-elected to
National JACL Bowling Advisory
Board. It accepted Mile Hi JACL
and Rocky Mountain Nisei Bowl-
ing Assn's bid for the tourney
in 1965. Mats Ito is also a mem-
ber of this board.
Bill put together his soaring all-
events total of 1937 with 659, 647
and 631.
ATTENDS PARTY
Boulder Mrs. Kiyoko Hagen
was among those especially in-
vited to attend a party held at
University Club by the Altrusa
International Club.

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11 ilb. division. The occasion was
Intercollegiate Wrestling Tourna-
ment hosted by Colo. State Col-
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Home A MANY PERSONS REPRESENTING ORGANIZATIONS are assisting in
expansion of current financial campaign for Nisei War Memorial Monu-
ment project. In recent meeting at Cathay Post, among those glimps-
ed here, clockwise, were: Tom Hikida, Yozan Tsubokawa, Min Yasui,
Joe Sakato, Jun Oya, Hideo Hamamura, Tosh Ando, Bill Kuroki, Dave
Furukawa, Toru Kajiwara, Roy Nagai, Kaz Sakamoto, Mrs. Sachi
Shibata, Robert Inai and Rupert Arai, in deep thought.
- Photo by Tom Masamori.
Cellar Spot Quintet Almost Saw
Daylight In Battle With Playboys
Simpson Church quintet drew
sorrowful admiration from the
crowd which watched NCBL cell-
ar-spot monopolists grudgingly
lose to third-place Playboys, 27-
24 in overtime game Friday at
Manual High. Dave Tagawa scored
11 digits for the winners.
Ken Namba's 10 points was a
factor in Tolyo Grillers' 8th st-
raight win, this time over fourth-
place American Potato quintet
which was sparked by Dennis Wani-
fuchi, who accounted for 12 points.
Second-place Busseis defeated
fifth-place Fuji-En with Ron Ya-
mamoto (14) and Floyd Ito (12)
leading the way. Dave Okizaki
scored 9 points for'Euji-En.
BOWLING SCORES
FROM FORT LUPTON
High Series
Tom Sugihara 567
George Uyemura 512
Bill Okubo 492
High Game8
Frank Urano 207
Bill Hisamoto 191
George Masunaga 234
SIMPSON HI HANDICAP
SERIES TOPS 690
Bill Tobo 692
Yosh Furuiye 687
Bill Nakamura 682
Dick Iriye 667
HI SCRATCH SERIES
Jim Shinto 341
HI HANDICAP GAMES
Tosh Furuiye 278
Willie Hirokawa 277
Shig Morishige 278
SIMPSON WOMEN'S
HIGH SCORES
Hi Scratch Series
Flo Domoto 581
Hi Scratch Games
J ean Sato 245
Helen Nakashima 234
Hi Handicap Series
Flo Miyahara 652
Sumi Fukuma 640
masamori
PIN SCORES FROM
AULT AND GREELEY
Indiv. Games
Harold Tateyama 237
J. Mizuno 235
Helen Kunisaki 189
Shig Ogata 227
Cal Kinoshita 233
AULT MEN'S
HI BOWLING SCORES
Individual Games
Harold Tateyama 237
LUPTON JUNIORETTES'
HIGH SERIES
Linda Konishi 393
Carolyn Hisamoto326
Janice Koshio 319
DBAC GAMES
RUTH KAMIBAYASHI
RACKS UP 557 SERIES
For the Ladies:
Ruth Kamibayashi
120 557
Mitsuyo Sogi 125 555
KiyoTsukamotol20 525
For the Men:
Koji Kanai 21 355
Tosh Tawara 42 626
Geo.Tsukamoto 48 611
FRIENDLY CIRCLE
MEETING THURSDAY
Ft. Lupton Members of the
Friendly Circle will meet tomor-
row, Thursday, at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Ida Sasaki will demonstrate
how to make special Japanesedish-
es. Hostesses will be Mines. Helen
Nakamoto, Shizuko Koshio, Doro-
thy Tanaka and Amy Toya.
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AT DUPLICATE TOURNEY
Pueblo Joe Sano of Boulder
and Sam Matsumoto of Denver
teamed up last week to invade
Arkansas Valley duplicate bridge
tournament. They won second
place.
Spring Maneuvers
Jack Miyamoto is first baseman
of Colo. State College baseball
team from Greeley, now on train-
ing trip to engage teams ofUniv.
of Ariz. in Tucson, and later, *
Univ. of New Mex. at Albuquer-
que.
Meanwhile, Ft. Collins' CSU
baseball team headed in same gen-
eral direction last week for simi-
lar engagements. Team includes
Lincoln ~Shibao, and Leroy Uji-
mori, pitcher, and A1 Apo, in-
fielder.
SCOUT REPRESENTATIVE
MAKES HIS ROUND
Derby A Boy Scout district
representative of ten keeps a tight
schedule, making his round of
visits. Frank Nakagawa holds this
position in the Park Adams dis-
. trict.
He recently met with Cub Pack
288 at its annual blue and gold
dinner at Nazarene Church and he
also appeared at the blue and gold
banquet of Cub Pack 102 at Kemp
School cafeteria.
Expert On Subject
Judge Oyer G. Leary of the Dis-
trict Court in Brighton ruled last
week to allow Jim Omura of Den-
ver to present expert testimony
in trial involving a $2,000 damage
suit filed against Bobs Landscap-
ing Service by a Northglenn pro-
perty owner.
The nisei operates the Omura
Landscape Service of 1455 S. Irv-
ing st.
WOMEN'S GROUP
HOLD MEETING
Platceville A meeting of the
Friendly Circle was heldlastweek
in the home of Mrs. Harry Nishi-
moto. Mrs. Frank Yamaguchi as-
sisted the hostess.
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Minoru Yasui 100
Harvey K. Goto 100
American Potato Company 100
Bus Matsumoto
Dr. Jack Kimura
Jim Nakamura
Tosh Ota
Harry Nakagawa
Charles Momose
Frank Nakata
Arthur Franzen
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George Yamaguchi
Mrs. Takino Takamatsu
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Sutvrvors mclude his widow, Mexicos state Capitol at Santa Fe. Patrice Fujisaki. Sandra Yamada,
rfl Toi ^Morimitsu, and their The girls served as honorary Karen Tazawa, Sharon Masunaga,
children, Mmes. Tom Urano of pages ta the State Senate, met the Paul Horiuchi and Richard Ito.
Ft. Lupton, John Kosm of Denver, governor and other state officials.
Jim Hiraki and Mike Fujimoto of MEET GOVERNOR RETURN FROM TOUR
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Opening and closing ceremonies will be ¥8,000 for special seats down to ¥500
for general admission. There will be 4,000 tickets priced at ¥8,000 each, 4,000
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originator of the crusade, here compares notes on plans for the meetings with two
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