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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
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ASSURE ACTIVE NEEK-EIO AT ASPEN LOOGE
Curfew will ring at 2 a.m. Sun-
day for coeds at ICS conference at
Aspen Lodge this week-end* The
arrangement enables a girl to do a
few things between 8 am, break-
fast Saturday and bed time.
Chaperones will be Mmes, Ro-
bert Nakadol of Omaha. Nebr.,
and Min Yasui.
High point of the collegiate pro-
gram will be the banquet Sat., 6:30
p.m. Guest speaker, Min Yasui
will talk on the subject, To Be.'*
ICS Past Pres. Dave Furukawa will
install ne\vly elected officers. Bill
Kuroki will present ICS'er of the
Year award. Miss Florence Ko-
shio, CSU alumnae, and the 1962
ICSer award recipient, now in-
structor at Cherry Creek junior
high, will be a resource leader
at the Saturday afternoon seminar*
Henry Tobo, outgoing president
and general conference chairman
said sansei high school seniors
have been invited to attend the
conference.
DENVERITE VISITOR
Dr. James Taguchi of Dayton,
Ohio, attended a recent medical
convention held here recently. He
and Mrs. Taguchi, the former
Matilda Honda visited with her
parents, the Yuzo Hondas of 1820
W. 34th Ave.
Another Disneyland
Boulder When the two archi-
tects return to Japan, they will
design, forMatsutaroShoriki, pub-
lisher of Yomiuri newspaper, a
stadium with flexible dome, and
their version of Los Angeles' Dis-
neyland.
Before sitting down at drawing
boards to design these structures,
the architects, Etsuro Suzuki and
Masao Yamada, came to U.S. to
consult with American architects
and engineers. They c onsulted here
with R. Buckmeister Fuller, famed
engineer, who was attending die
World Affairs Conference atC.U.
They were accompanied by Hide-
toshi Shibata, director ofShorikis
Nippon TV Co#
Meet In Ft, Lupton
Pres. Albert Nakata, following
recent YBL meeting in Brighton,
reported that the next interchap-
ter meeting of the league will be at
Ft. Lupton Buddhist Church on May
5.
NAME DELEGATE
The issei officials of Simpson
Methodist Church appointedMoro-
ku Suehiro to be the issei dele-
gate to the annualPacificJapanese
Methodist Conference in Los An-
geles next June.
"Hey, Mr. Blue!"
Colorado Springs U.S. Air
Force Academy Cadet Ted Saito is
involved neck-deep in forthcoming
cadet show, Hey, Mr. Bluer",
to be performed May 3-4#
A member: of the cadet drama-
tic society, the Bluebards, Saito
is not only in charge of its pro-
duction operations, but also a
member of a team of script writ-
ers for the production.
SPEAKER AT
AGRICULTURE MEETING
Greeley Weld County Agricul-
tural Agency's horticulturist,
Charles Urano recently partici-
pated in the program on agricul-
tural chemistry. The program's
theme was Safety First" in use
of farm chemical products.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Pete Rodriquez, 23, of Gunnison,
and Linda C. Takahashi, 21, of
568 Marion St.
BECKON GROWERS
Dell City, between El Paso, Tex.,
and Carlsbad, New Mex., is re-
ported interested in attracting ni-
sei produce growers.
Issei and nisei vegetable grow-
ers have long farmed along the
Rio Grande River, from Las Cru-
ces, New Mex., 50 miles north
of El Paso, to Ysleta and other
communities below the west Texas
city.
FORMER MISS KATHERINE NAKA OKA BECAME BRIDE of Ronald
Fukuhara in wedding ceremony at Montclair Methodist Church. Standing
before the altar are, left to right, bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Nakaoka, the bridal couple, and grooms parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Fukuhara.
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VILLAGE
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LONGMONT,

TAD YAMAMOTO, left, was recipient of a citation and dove medal
award from Tsuyoshi Mishima, chairman of Japan Boy Scouts. Cita-
tion was for his yeoman effort and accomplishment in arranging hos-
pitality for Nippon Scouts during their visit here in connection with
Jamboree at Colorado Springs three years ago. Yamamoto is assis-
tant Scoutmaster of Buddhist Church's Troop 169. Explorer adviser,
Sam Suekama made presentation. Approving proceedings is recipi-
ent's son, prospective Scout, Ken, agedJ5 months.
Four New Citizens
Four Japanese women were
among 66 Coloradoans who were
naturalized as U.S. citizens during
March, according to John T. Clin-
gan, district director for the Im-
migration and Naturalization Ser-
vice.
They are: Mmes. Amy Mariko
Yoder and Harue Dickerson of Ft.
Carson, Etsuko Lorie Tollison of
Aurora and Sadako TashlroTaylor
of Colorado Springs.
SHE SHOWS THEM HOW
TO MAKE PAPER FLOWERS
Colorado Springs Mrs. Aiko
Sturdevant last week participated
in a program presented by the
Opera Guild at Grace Episcopal
Church. Mrs. Sturdevant showed
the ladies how to make paper flow-
ers.
EXPANSION OF U.S.
WAS CLASS THEME
Ft. Lupton Students in Mrs.
Frances Funakoshi's 3-2 class
at elementary school recently pre-
sented a program entitled The
Expansion of the United States."
AUTO ACCIDENT
DAMAGES BOTH CARS
Boulder A two-car collision
the other day at the corner of
Broadway and Euclid street, caus-
ed about $300 worth of damages
to vehicle owned by Harry Fuji-
moto of this city, and about $250
repair costs to the car owned by
Russell Case of Golden. ______
Ladies Plan Society's Golden Anniversary
Sunday auto drivers now whiz
by a little dress cleaning shop
on the northeast side of Park ave*,
between E. 17th and E. 18th ave.
Back in 1913, it was the old
Japanese Methodist Episcopal
Church, where, among other acti-
vities, sedate young issei ladies
gathered to conduct their WSCS
meetings. Now in 1963, on Apr.
20, the issei society will com-
memorate its 50th anniversary*
Special guests include the Revs*
JUDO FOOD BAZAAR
Denver Judo School will conduct
a benefit food bazaar, Sun., Apr*
21, noon to 6:30 p.m. Menu in-
cludes chicken chow mein dinner
and chicken Teriyaki. Price per
plate is $1.25 for adults and 75
cents for children.
Slate Trout Derby
Lake J ohn, up in near-frigid con-
tinental divide area northwest of
Estes Park is still frozen* the fa-
vorite troutingspotformanyisseis
and niseis last summer. Another
week or two before enough ice
melts off up there. Granby's fro-
zen tight, say scouts who've been
there.
But Denver Bussei Athletic
Club's getting ready for the fish-
ing season with a kickoff affair at
Buddhist Church Wed*, Aprl 24,
8 p.m. It will mark the launch-
ing of club's trout derby. Fishing
movies, door prizes and refresh-
ment are promised to issei, nisei
and sansei fishermen in atten-
dance*
e^ce
Florence Doaoto To
Wed Masatada Yoshida
Miss Florence Setsuko Domoto
and Masatada Yoshida will take
their marriage vows Sun., Apr. 28,
I at Buddhist Church. She is daugh-
ter of Mrs* Chizuko Domoto. The
bride will be given away by her
uncle, George Suga of Los An-
geles*
The groom, son of the Kiichi
Yoshidas of 2461 Lawrence st.,
is sin electronic technician at Mar-
tin Marietta Co.
Bridal party includes: matron of
honor, Mrs. Sumi Akiyama; junior
bridesmaid, Jamie Lee Shimizu;
flower girl, Cindy, daughter of the
Yosh Akiyamas; best man, Ed
Yamaguchi; groomsman, TonyKa-
jiwara; ushers, Ted Yoshida and
James Fujiwara. Yutaka inai will
be toastmaster at reception in the
Lotus Room*
CRIPPLED CHILDREN
FUND WILL BENEFIT
Brighton Receipts from two
weekends of bowling will be given
tojhe Crippled Children's Fund by
the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority.
Its members include Mrs* Ken-
neth Uyehara*
The mixed doubles series will
be played April 20- 21 and 27-28.
Task Finished
Photo by Howard Oda -
Taro Goto, superintendent of the
Pacific coast Methodist confer-
ence, and Rev. Kei Sasaki, pastor
of West Los Angeles Methodist
Church.
Mrs. Tatsuno Oka, a latecom-
er," joined the group in 1914,
when Mmes. Masayemon Terasaki
and Masaichi Otsuki were among
those who welcomed her. Not many
of the original members are left
to observe the society's golden an-
niversary.
He was, in a sense, a profes-
sional'administrator, for he could,
and did operate such enterprises
as a rice and a raisin growers
association, a municipal trans-
portation company, and a World
War Q Japanese evacuation camp
at Manzanar, Calif.
Someone once said that the dedi-
cated quality of his mind and heart
in these services was influenced
by his life-long association with
Herbert Hoover, beginning with
his organization of relief work in
Europe after World War L
One of his last service to the
issei and their descendants was to
serve as a catalytic agent and a
mentor for the launching of the
JACL's issei history project.
Ralph Palmer Merritt, 80, na-
tive Californian, devoted friend and
counselor of the Japanese Ameri-
cans, died last week, mourned by
his many Mends*
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V>ril 17,
Golfers Are On Verge Of Active Season
Perhaps as a gesture of en- pay $2.00 for the same privilege,
treaty to their patient wives, Mile The solution, says Terno Odow,
Hi Golf Clubbers will take them club secretary, was for residents
ou to dinner Fri., Apr. 19, 7 to pay 53 ancj for non-residents to
p.m., at VFW, 1819 Welton st.
The golfers, on the verge of their
summer long Sunday morning st-
rolls on the green, have abandon-
ed Meadow Hills course in favor
of the municipal courses Case,
City Park or Wellshire. Faithful
47 followers of the rite, led by
Pres. Rupe Aral, face a unique
matter this season as a result of
a decision of City Fathers of Den-
ver. About 14 members who live
outside the county must pay non-
resident fee of $6 per 18-hole
game, while Denver residents will
pay $4. Fee used to be $1.60
for all players.
HES TRYING OCT
FOR GOLF TEAM
Boulder Allen Suzuki is one
of the aspirants trying out now
for the Boulder High School golf
team.
CLASS C DOUBLES
Boulder Miyoko Murata and
Virginia Nizumo scored 1028 in
Class C doubles in the women's
bowling tournament.
They Perform "Ahiru No Sentaku"
La Jara
- "Kawa-il Sakanaya
"Ahiru no Sentaku,"
are titles of some of die numbers
presented by the young folks of
the Buddhist Church at hana mat-
suri festival.
Among those in charge of the
program were: Mmes. Alice Fujil,
^AHOWARD ODA
PHOTOCMAPHCR
OCMVEMS COLORADO
Hiroko Ogura, Mltsumasa Miyake,
Yoshiko Inouye and Kathleen As-
hida.
Participants in the program in-
cluded: Cynthia Fujli, Linda Hi-
rano, Susie, Hideaki and Gayle
Sumida, Eileen and Lorrie Kino-
shita, Glen and LynnSugiura; Gre-
gory, Harry, Stanley, Alan, Eu-
gene and Warren Yoshida, Joyce,
Marlene, Ronald, Bryan, Duane and
Shirley Mizokami; Lorraine and
Melvin Ashida, Diane Kagoshima,
Linda Yasuda, Gary Uyeda; Phy-
llis, Albert, Jane, Lawrence, Ste-
phen Kawanabe and Ann Fujimoto.
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SURE SIGN OF APPROACHING SUMMER is to hear that Mile Hi
Golf Clubbers are about to resume play. Here's few of members
following a Sunday play last season; left to right: Dr. Sueo Ito, Shug
Madokoro, Sugar Suyehiro, Tom Hikida and an unidentified player.
Mane Solicitors
Results of region-wide requests-
by officials of the Rocky Mtn.
Nisei War Memorial fund for soli-
citation of contributions were re-
ported by its committee last week.
Comm. Al Miyagishima reported
that this workinScottsbluff, Nebr.,
will be undertaken by Steve Sugano,
Shizuo Sakurada, Fred Ikeya, Ted
Hara and Ted Nanbara. Yosh Aral
and John Noguchi said George Ku-
roki and Mike Hayashi will solicit
in North Platte, Nebr., area, and
that Ken Inouye and Kish Otsuka
will do so in Sedgwick and north-
eastern Colo.
JACL presidents, Nob Ashida of
San Luis Valley and Jim Hirakl
of Ark. Valley chapters will or-
ganize solicitations in their res-
pective communities. Jack Miya-
saki is to see donors in Lafayette,
while Nobu Furuye, James Kane-
rnoto and Joe Sakato will do so in
Longmont.
COMING EVENTS
Wed., Apr. 17, 7:30 p.m., color
film, "Japan," to be shown at
Warren branch library, E. 34th
ave. at High st.
Fri.-Sat.-Sun., Apr. 19-20-21,
Intermountain Collegiate Students
conference at Aspen Lodge, Estes
Park.
Fri., Apr. 19, 7 p.m., Mile Hi
Golf Club dinner at VFW, 1819
Welton st.
Sat., Apr. 20, 2 p.m., Issei
WSCS 50th anniversary service
at Simpson Methodist Church.
Sun., Apr. 21, 7:30 p.m., Simp-
son Methodist Church quarter-
ly conference of nisei division.
Tues., Apr. 23, 7;30 p.m.,Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee weekly meeting at Cathay
Post.
Wed., Apr. 24, 8 p.m., at Bud-
dhist Church, DBAC summer trou^
derby kickoff program and meet-
ing.
Sun., Apr. 21, noon-6:30 p.m.,
chow mein dinner and benefit food
bazaar at Denver JudoSchool, 2020
Arapahoe st.
Sun., Apr. 21, 7 p.m at Budd-
hist Church, YBL benefit movie.
Sun., Apr. 28, 7 p.m., Com-
munity Memorial Monument bene-
fit movie sponsored by Cathay Post
at Tri-State Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 4, Mile Hi JACL Food
bazaar, Mrs. May Torizawa,
chairman, at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Sun., May 5, 2 p.m., YBL in-
terchapter meeting at Ft. Lupton
Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 18, Simpson Metho-
dist Church food bazaar at Grange
Hall, 2475 W. 26th Ave.
Kendo practice has been post-
poned temporarily, until further
notice.
IN "CAROUSEL"
Brighton Tim Matsuno was in
the cast of the high school pro-
duction, "Carousel," presented
last week in the auditorium.
This Is Strategy?
Canny strategy, doubtless, made
up for "advanced age," whenSimp-
son Church old timers recently
defeated the church's young bas-
ketballers 50-36 at Manual High
gym.
The old timers' roster included
Meach Nogami, Joe Ariki, Paul
Fukuma, Mas Nonaka, Richard
Joko, Robert Inai, Ken Namba,
Dave Furukawa, and Ken Kura-
moto. Coach Eddie Kawano's
youngster included Johnny Hase-
gawa, Arthur Kuramoto, MarkHa-
giya. Dick Suenaga and Stan Hata-
saka.
ATTEND FATHERS
FUNERAL SERVICE .
Willie Hasegawa was in Seattle^
Wash., last week to attend funeral
services for his father*
BULK OF CONTRIBUTION
CASH DONATIONS
Jun Oya of the audit commit-
tee for the nisei war memorial
fund reported that less than $2,000
is pledged amount out of a total
of about $12,000 donated and pled-
ged. Balance is cash contributed
by the donors.
The committee members are
Tom Hikida, fund treasurer, John
Nakashima and Oya.
DBAO 93RD GAME,
MEN'S HIGH SERIES
George Omoto 36 616
Id Shiaoda 57 613
Roy Hlohlnuaal08 610
WOMEN'S HIOH SERIES
Salami Xuroda 75 593
Aay Teunura 117 534
9allySakamot olll 531
WOMAN AUTO DRIVER,
A SAFE DRIVER
Colorado Springs Marie Yayoi
Nakayama of 816 Maple Dr. was
among automobile drivers who
were considered in the March
Safe Driver of the Month award,
it was reported by the sponsors,
Denver U.S. National Bank and the
Denver Post.
THEY HELPED TO CARRY
BOCKS TO NEW LIBRARY
Rocky Ford Jean Harada and
Bill Takeda were among students
at Rocky Ford High School who
helped recently by carrying books
out of the old library to the new
one, just completed.
IT'S ALL CLUB
HISTORY NOW
Brighton Merry Makers 4-H
Club members are as merry and
active as ever, but it has had a
long and distinguished 17-year his-
tory.
Among those who have partici
pated in its programs were: Viola
Doizaki, winner of national citizen-
ship award and delegate to the
club's convention in Chicago; Carol
Imatani and Nancy Kishiyama.
YBA Benefit Movie Proaises Excitement
Denjiro Okochi, veteran actor
plays role of "The Man WhoCame
to Shimizu Harbor," the cham-
bara movie to be shown at Bud-
dhist Church, Sun., Apr. 21,7p.m.
A YBA benefit show, the second
film is translated as "The Wind-
mill In Hell," starring Ryunosuke
Tsugikata and Yataro Otomo. Sec-
ond picture involves two innocents
who come to repay a loan to a
moneylender, who is found mur-
dered. Naturally, it's the two in-
nocents who are accused of the
murder.
masamori
STATE TOURNAMENT
Tak Murata of Kersey and Jack
Yago of Greeley scored 710 and
704, respectively in singles, last
weekend at theColo.BowlingAssn.
tournament at Monaco Lanes.
WANT AD
A Japanese girl to baby-sit and
to do light house work. Lovely
private quarters, with salary.
Phone PL 5-1196.
8IMP30H MIXED LEAGUE
90th GAME 07 SERIES,
HIGH HDOP. 8ERIIS
Ken Funakoehl 735
Bill Tebo 693
Shlg Nlehiaoto 674
Qeo* Toaoaitau 673
(tone Tagawa 681
Yosh Furuiye 687
Bill Makaaraxa 683
HIGH HDOP. OAKES
Fie Donate 357
VI Nlshiaura 358
Jean Fujinote 247
Alko Mlnaga 255
Emma Goto 359
Helen Hakaehlaa 273
CBIILIY-AULT RESULTS
High (tomes
8toke Merita 258
Jla Muroya 213
Helen Kunlsaki 195
FT. LUPTON SERII8
HIGH GAMES
Tea Sugihara 218
Bill Hieaaoto 204
Fussy Hieaaoto 171
DENVER 0LA88I0S
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Ben Yanaga
Bob Mayeda
Hooch Okunura
NISEI LEAGUE
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Art Yoehiaura
Shun Nakayaaa
George Nagal
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donations to: The Nisei Memorial Fund, 2015 Market St.
CONTRIBUTIONS MOUNT FROM OUT OF STATE
Latest list of donors for the
Rocky Mtn. Nisei War Memorial
Fund are:
$100 Japanese Seventh Day
Adventist Church, Mike Tashiro
of Brighton, Floyd and Rose Ta-
naka (Floyd and his mother, Mrs.
T. Tanaka, had originally given
this amount, but subsequently,
Mrs. Tanaka herself made separ-
ate donate of $50 through the Gold
Star Family group).
$75 John Mayeda of Longmont.
$50 Shizue Sakurada and Fred
Ikeya of Scottsbluff, George Ku-
roki of Hershey, Nebr.; Mmes. H.
Menda, Tatsuno Oka; and T. No-
naka, and Jack K. Miyasaki of La-
fayette.
$45 anohyinous; $30 -Messrs.'
I. and F. -Miyake of Kemmerer;
Wyo.
$25 MlkeHayashi of No. Platte,
Nebr.; Dr. George M. Takeno,
Harry Yanari, Mmes. TokiTakeu-
chi, Ichiyo Uyeno, T. L. Goto,
George Fujimoto, FrankKinoshita;
Ken Sandow of Houston, Tex.; Asao
Tanamachi of San Benito, Tex.
$20 Bruce Hirasawa, $15 -
Mrs. K. Kondo of Auburn, Wash.
$10 Capt. and Mrs. G. A.
Elliott of Selfridge AFB, Mich.;
Mrs. Yoshi Mori; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ebina of Albuquerque, N.
Mex.; Gen. Real Estate Co., Lily
Hara, Mrs. K. Kitsutaka, Y. Na-
kayama, M. Terasaki and S. Yori-
fomo, S. Ogasawara of Cheyenne,
.Wyo.; Tom! ii. Takahashi of Li-
vermore, Calif.
$5 TomonoHirasawaofScotts-
bluff, Frank M. Takayashi, Paul
V. Cooke, Mrs. M. Hamai, Wil-
liam Hirokawa, Vic M. Hirose, I.
Tanaka, Y. Kajiyama of Whitefish,
Mont.; Yuji Kato of Colo. Springs,
and from Nebr., J. Miyahara of
Henry, George Yamaki, and Chozo
Kumagai, and T. Miyoshi of No.
No. Platte.
$3 Hideo Kamino of No. Platte,
Mrs. Haru Sakurai of Denver, $2-
Bud Greenwood (aid donation) of
Denver; C. Yanagida of North
Platte.
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