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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
No. 55 Wednesday, April 24, 1963
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION and banquet of isselWSCS at
Simpson Methodist church last weekend drew capacity attendance. Pro-
gram feature was community singing led by Joe Ariki, at right in top
photo. Among many seen here are Harry Matoba, standing up, Mr. and
Mrs. Teizo Nonaka and Dale Ritter at left, Mmes. Noye Kawakami,
Taka Hanamura, oldest society member, Mmes. Frank Uyenlshi,
George Fukuma and Mr. Uyenishi. Lower photo, lower left corner,
Tom Kanatani; behind him, Jean and George Fujimoto, Dr. and Mrs.
Genta Nakamura, Mrs. Paul Beach; and facing them, Mmes. T. Hirose,
Hiroko Uyehara, Yoshi Hirayama and Mike Ots. Photos by Hiromu Okada.
MANY HELPERS AT JUDO BENEFIT BAZAAR
A large number of volunteers
were helping last weekend at Den-
ver Judo School's benefit chowmein
dinner. Key officials included:
General food chairman, Kaz
Fushimi; vice-ch., Hazel Tani;
tickets, George Pierce and Dr.
Misao Matoba; welcome comm,
ch., Dr. Sueo Ito; chow, mein,
Martha Fushimi; teriyaki, Frank
and Eva Nakaoki; rice, Roy Nagai.
Salads, Jean Takamatsu; cook-
ies, Rose Takata; relish, Chieko
Nakamura; tea, Frank Kinoshita;
sushi, Ayako Fukuhara; cake, Mrs.
Campbell; hostesses, Mrs. Mina
Ito and members of girls' judo
club; carry-outs, Dorothy Nitta;
and serve-out, Tae Ito.
Ushers, Harry Bullock and Mr,
Burrell; bus boys. Jack Oliver, Le-
roy Abe; groceries, George Kura-
moto and Tooru Takamatsu; dish-
washers, Takayoshi Sakai; chairs
and tables, Ken and Yo Fushimi.
ADULT EDUCATION
Greeley Mrs.CbizukoEdscorn
gave an ikebana demonstration at
the adult education program at
Youth Center last week. She has
given demonstrations of the art
as a graduate student at CU in
Boulder.
Tell Miss Abe's Betrothal To Dr. Gina
Betrothal of Miss Mitsuko Irene
Abe to Dr. Masaichi Gima of 1617
Humbold su, was announced re-
cently by parents of the bride-
elect, Mr. and Mrs. Kichizo Abe,
3550 Marion st.
Baishakunins for the couple are
Mrs. Mineyo Ioka and Mr. and
Mrs. Oski TaniwakL
Dr. Gima, a member of the
board of Mile Hi JACL, is gradu-
ate of University of Minnesota den-
tal school. He is the son of the
Seiji Gimas, Lanai City, Hawaii.
The wedding will be an autumn
event.
merce City are intently watching Miss Shirlee Hora, student-teacher
and senior at CSC in Greeley, show them how fasteners work, using a
doll as model. The young teacher is daughter of Kichitaro Hora of
6860 E. 60th Place.
IN THIS SPACE of last week's issue, there was a picture of a group
of children. The missing caption explained that theywere spellers from
the several elementary schools of District 50 who competed for champ-
ionship. David Sakaguchl, front left, age 11, champion speller in the 1962
contest, was again district champion this year. David is the son of the
Henry K. Sakaguchis of 7613 Raritan st.
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SPACE COMPUTER WORE
8ET FOR COED ELECTED
TO PHI BETA KAPPA
Joyce Takamine, 21, graduating
senior majoring in mathematics
at CU, was elected member of
the university's chapter of Phi
Beta Kappa scholastic fraternity.
Miss Takamine, daughter of the
Tol Takamines, will begin work
this summer in the computer lab-
oratory of National Aeronautics
Space Administration at Edwards
AFB near Los Angeles.
BUSSEI DEVOTIONAL
SERVICE FRIDAY
Monthly devotional service of
junior and senior YBA will be
held at Buddhist Church this Fri-
day, Apr. 26, at 8 p.m.
KENDO PRACTICES
HELD AT CHURCH
Kendo practices will be held
in the auditorium of the Bud-
dhist Church every Saturday at
7 p.m. Harry Umemoto is the in-
structor, He is assisted by Kazuo
Ozawa and Hiromu Okada.
Rockefeller Grant
DU's Social Science Foundation
announced that Dr, Yasumasa Ku-
roda of Mont. State College in
Bozeman, Mont., was designated as
a recipient of the Rockefeller
Foundation's travel grant.
The Foundation, which adminis-
ters the grants, said Dr. Kuroda,
an assistant professor of history,
government and philosophy, will'
conduct in Japan a study of Psy-
chological Constructs of Interna-
tional Images."
DBAC WINDS UP
BOWLING SEASON
Denver Bussel Athletic Club's
winter bowling season closed last
week-end at the Bowl-mor lanes.
Award banquet will he on Satur-
day, April 27, 7 p.m., at Feld's
restaurant, Federal blvd., nearW.
73rd ave. Dinner co-chairmen are
Mmes. Betty Yanari and Sadami
Kuroda.
CUMING EVENTS
Wed,, Apr. 24, 8 p.hi., at Bud-
dhist Church, DBAC summer trout
derby kick-off program and meet-
ing.
Sat., Apr. 27, 7 p.m., at Feld's
restaurant, Federal blvd. near W.
73rd ave., DBAC bowling league
award banquet.
Sun., Apr. 28, 7 p.m., Com-
munity Memorial Monument bene-
fit movie sponsored by Cathay Post
at Tri-State Buddhist Church.
Sun., Apr. 28, 7 p.m., at Ake-
bono restaurant, kick-off partyfor
the (you'all know what) season of
Kamloop Fishing Club.
Tues., Apr. 30, 7:30 p.m Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee weekly meeting at Cathay
Post.
SaU, May 4, Mile Hi JACL
Food bazaar, Mrs, MayTorizawa,
chairman, at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Sun., May 5, 2 p.m., YBL in-
terchapter meeting at Ft, Lupton
Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 18, SimpsonMethodist
Church food bazaar at Grange
Hall, 2475 W. 26th Ave.
Sun., May 19, at Buddhist
Church, Fuji Matsuri.
Isseis Abroad
Two groups of Denverites
departed in recent weeks on Japan
tours.
One group which joined a tour-
ing party in San Francisco in-
cluded the Toranosuke Mayedas,
Kihei Matsushimas, Mrs. Mata
Tashiro of Brighton and Mrs. Ta-
kino Takamatsu,
Harry Matoba's Travel Service
group included Mmes.TsumoUye-
da of La Jara, Kiyoko Fukayama,
Sachiko Pemma, Tara Hashimoto
and Masako Lasage.
Thoy Will Try Again
Hardy members of Kamloop
Fishing Club will gather at Ake-
bono restaurant to hold what may
be called a mai-iwai, trusting and
hoping that they will snare the
big one" during this coming sea-
son. Dinner meeting will be on Sun.,
Apr. 28 at 7 p.m.
Last season, Sam and Doris Mat-
sumoto captured prize in out-of-
state division, while Kazuo
Fushimi and George Fukuma won
first and second prizes, respec-
tively, for in-state catches.
Pledge Reminder
In Toronto, Canada, construc-
tion of an imposing $400,000 Ja-
panese Canadian Centre is under
way. The Canadian Japanese had
initially pledged nearly $120,000
toward this cost, and subsequent-
ly upped to $207,000, it was re-
ported.
A very concerned board of di-
rectors of the Center recently
mailed out appeals to prospective
donors, advising that a very large
proportion of the pledgers have
yet to pay toward the construction
fund.
Metropolitan Toronto, with some
11,500 Canadians of Japanese des-
cent, accounts for about one-third
of all Japanese Canadians in the
Dominion.
SHIGEJI ARAIS RETURN
The Shigejx Arais, of 3051 Law-
rence st., returned home lastweek
from a trip to Japan.
They visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Taro Fushimi in Tokyo.
Offer Scholarships
Pres. BUI Kuroki of MUe Hi
JACL. announced that four scholar-
ships are to be made avaUable
to sansei high school graduates
this summer. Total value of these
scholarships is $700, in addition
to which, there are seven National
JACL awards to be made to can-1*
didates this year.
The Harry Sakata memorial
award is for $250, the new Cathay
Post award is for $200, and the
chapter awards are for sums of
$150 and $100.
IDA SUCCEEDS TOBO TO PRESIDENCY OF ICS
Estes Park Richard Ida of CU
at Boulder was elected to succeed
Henry Tobo of CSU in Ft. Collins
as president of Inter-Collegiate
Students at conference here last
week-end. New president is the son
of the Harry Idas of Brighton,
majoring in chemical engineering.
Natchi Matsunami of CSC in
Greeley was named ICS'er of die
year.
Cabinet officers elected with
Ida are: 1st v.p. for program,
Dan Masaki of CU; 2nd v.p. for
transportation, Lester Young of
CSC; record, sec., Joan Sakyo of
CSC; treas., Ron Murata of CSU;
social ch., Cherlyn Zane of CSC;
athletic ch., Jerry Fujikawa of CU;
publicity, Lorraine Koshio of CU
and Carole Uemura of CSC.
CYNTHIA MASAMORI, 13, DANCED IN TSCHABCOVSKY'S "SLEEP**
DMG BEAUTY" ballet production last week at Washington High School
auditorium. Cynthia appeared as a fairy, and then as a guest, in court
room in this number. An eighth grader at Belmont Jr. High, she has
been ballet student for six years at Teresa Gushurst Ballet School
in Lakewood. Photo was taken by her father, Tom Masamori.
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Ho. 55 Wednesday, April 24, 1963
In 3 Comuni ties
On three successive days, Hana
Matsuri festivals drew members
of Japanese communities to Bud-
dhist Churches in widely scattered
areas of this region*
On Apr. 19, 20 and 21, the fes-
tivals were held, respectively, in
.Scottsbluff, Nebr., Sedgwick and
Rocky Ford, Colo.
Program in Rocky Ford was
chaired by Tetsuzo Uyemura.
Odori numbers, other stage pro-
grams and Japanese movies were
program features.
KODANSHA PUBLISHER
VISITOR HERE
Shoichi Noma, publisher of a
popular Japanese monthly publi-
cation, The Kodansha, wasva visi-
tor here recently. He was accom-
panied by his wife, Tokiko, and
Miss H. Hayashi, editorial staff
member of the Kodansha.
Play This Sumner
Applicants wishing to play in
Nisei Summer Bowling League are
asked to register by calling Mrs.
Sadami Kuroda, league president,
at GE 3-5496, or HA 4-9036.
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SCHOLARS, TALENTS FROM JUST EVERYWHERE
Sedgwick Alvin Otsuka, 18,
senior at Sedgwick High School
wds awarded $1,000 two-year
scholarships by the Centennial
Foundation, non-profit corporation
-financed by the Centennial Turf
Club of Littleton. He plans to en-
roll at CSU in Ft. Collins.
Ft. Colling Joyce Okamoto was
elected vice-pres. of inter-hall
council at CSU. Joyce, daughter of
the Sam Okamotos of Ft. Lupton,
is representing the council this
week-end at the National Residence
Hall Conference in Tucson, Ariz.
Colbrado Springs Gail Chikuma
of Brighton High School was among
those who attended the 12th annual
convention of the Colo. Future
Teachers of America at Palmer
High School.
Monte Vista Jim Kunugi,
sophomore, is a member of the
scholastic honor roll at Monte
Vista High School.
Greeley Ken Muroya acted as
a page to Mercutio in the recent
Greeley High School production
of Romeo and Juliet.* He is the
son of the Jim Muroyas.
Boulder Hiromu Matsushima
won firstplaceinarecentBoulder-
Gilpin counties Science Fair at
Casey Jr. High with his exhibit
of a project on astronomy and
meteorology.
Golden The Show Hoshikos*
daughter, Carol, was among seven-
th graders on the junior high
school's honor roll.
San Luis Richard Tanaka and
Candice Shioshita of Sierra Grande
School were among the partici-
pants in the Costilla county spell-
ing contest.
Northglenn Ruth Hattoriwas
one of 10 junior high school stu-
dents slated to compete in the
Rocky MountainNews spelling con-
test.
Candidates for officers of Ft.
Lupton High School's student body,
recommended by the Blue and
White Courier editorial Staff, in-
cludes Iris Nakata for post of
treasurer. The staff noted that
she is a scholar, a 1962 home-
coming queen candidate and mem-
ber of the Student Council.
She is the daughter of the James
Nakatas.
Ron Aikawa, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Jerry Aikawa-, was among the
students who participated in the
Latin class production at Smiley
Junior High entitled, Rinse the
Blood Off My Toga!
Lance Takahashi was a. member
of the cast in the talent show
given last week by students at
Clear Lake Junior High School.
Ft. Lupton Claudia Yokooji and
David Sugihara participated in the
program, Community Helpers,
last week at elementary school.
Pierce Janice Matsuda of
Pierce, Bryan Nakagawa of Ker-
sey and Janello and Coleen Taka-
hashi of Eaton were participants
in the recent Weld County Music
Festival.
HERE'S A MAN WITH VARIED INTERESTS
Ft. Collins One would say that
HitoShi Klhara is, indeed, a man of
many parts. A scholar, traveler,
ski enthusiast, a geneticist who
would scour the world in search
of wild ancestors of wheat.
He recently laid aside research
to promote staging of 1966 world
Alpine ski championships at re-
sort in Naeba, Japan. Kihara is
president of Nippon Ski Assn.
But it was his professional in-
terests which brought him here last
week to confer with Dr. Warren
Leonard, CSU professor of agro-
nomy. Dr. Kihara, director of
Genetics Institute in Mishima, Ja-
pan, was on his fourth trip here.
His search for wild ancestors
of wheat has taken him far from
his laboratory to the desert of
Pakistan, as well as to Manila,
Philippines, where he recently
read his paper on the subject.
Slats Hesorial Monuaent Benefit Hovie
Cathay American Legion Post and Denjiro Okochi, star in the
is sponsoring a special benefit film, Tonosama Yajikita.
movie for the nisei war memor- Second film, Asaya-ke Tengu
ial monument project onSun., Apr. dterally means, the long-nosed
28, 7 p.m., at the Buddhist Church, goblin; in the twilight. Doubtless,
Popular singer, Misora Hibari, a thriller.
CLASSIC SERIES
Joe Sumlda 623
Oharlea YamagueM819
Larry Otagura 604
8am Inal 601
NISEI SERIES
Don Miyake 624 667
Ton Hasegawa 633 668
Tom Bikida 337 601
SIMPSON BOWL SERIES
HIOH HANDICAP
Bill Nakamura 682
Tosh Furuiye 687
Gene Tagawa 681
ten Funakoshi 725
Vonen Handloappera
Jean Sato 660
Suml Fukuma 640
Flo Miyahara 652
HIGH SERIES BOWLING
IN FORT LUPTON
Tom Urano 645
Harry Ida 558
Bill Hlaamoto 528
Frank Urano 503
George Uyemura 513
LA JUNTA'S 200
BOWLING 0LUBBER8
S. Harada 202
U. Harada 300
J. Hlrakl 216
T. Maruyama 205
T. Nakayama 325
F. Niahimura 301
E. Sakai 231
G. Uahiyama 315
PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS
Isamu Tawa and Sai Kawanishi
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were reported last week to have
purchased property at 822-24 on
29th st. from Harold Hanes and
James Tochihara.
PURCHASE HOME
Takayoshi and Michie Sakais
were reported as having purchased
a residence at 2365 Holly st. from
Albert EberL
Seek Alunni
Platteville The High School's
Alumni Assn, which will hold a
reunion May 11, is in the process
of contacting and inviting alumni
members to the event. There are
several graduates, however, whom
the association has been unable to
locate.
They include: Kiyoko Kato of the
class of 1944, Harvey Inouye, 1950;
and Ruby Konishi, 1952.
CLASS OF '43
Englewood Class of '43 of
Englewood High will hold a re-
union July 13 at Wolhurst Coun-
try Club. Among those classmates
whom reunion officials wish to
contact are Yukiko Nakasone and
Kei Uchida.
WEDDING RECEPTION
HELD IN LA JARA CHURCH
La Jara Wedding reception
for Don and Chiyoko Ono was held
earlier this year at Buddhist
Church. Nearly the entire Japan-
ese community of the valley gath-
ered here for the occasion.
Bridegroom is the son of Kichi-
goro Ono of La Jara. The brides
family resides in Japan. Wedding
was held earlier this year in
japan when the groom and his
father visited there.
Among those in attendance at the
reception was Minoru Ono of Ja-
pan, uncle of the groom, who had
been visiting here. Earlier this
Spring, he returned home.
Distribute Baskets
Brighton Third graders from
Pleasant Plains school, and some
of their parents, helped last week
to distribute Easter baskets to
residents of theBrightonParkMa-
nor home.
Among the parents who partici-
pated were Mmes. Tagus Murata
and Wes Koyano. Student partici-
pants in the activity included Duane
Koyano and Sheryl Murata.
MISS PHOTOGRAPHER
Colorado Springs Although a*
Bismarck, N.D., girl won die role
of Miss Professional Photograph-
er of 1963, a Nebr. candidate was
a mighty close runner-up.
Event was part of proceedings at
Rocky Mtn. Professional Photo-
graphers Assn, convention. Candi-
date from Nebr. was sponsored by
Earl Harano of North Platte, a
delegate.
MOTHERS AUXILIARY OF
SCOUTS ACTIVE
Commerce City Mothers Aux-
iliary of Explorer Post and Scout
Troop 102 elected officers and
conducted business meeting last
week. Mrs. Jim Shimbara, for
example, was designated in charge
of neckerchiefs for the Scouts.
In Brownie Troop 321, Chris-
tine Kawashima was among those
who received their uniforms and
badge sashes.
Youngsters Bowl
Nisei parentswho are interested
in recreational activities generally
experience no difficulty in exer-
cising their interests, whether they
be bridge, trap shooting, hunting,
fishing, public speaking, bowling,
or whatever.
In Ft. Lupton, sanseis appear
to be encouraged to participate
in bantam division bowling, often
on lanes adjacent to those used
by their parents. Participants in
die weekly Bantam Boys division
have included Melvin Koshio, Steve
Hisamoto, Linda Konishi, Naomi
Okamoto, Carolyn Hisamoto and
Sherry Urano.
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