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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Ho. 57 Wednesday, Way 8, 1963
Page 1
BRIDAL PARTY AT WEDDING OF THE MASATADA YCSHIDAS.
Standing at altar in Buddhist Church are: the bride's uncle, George
Suga of Los Angeles; her mother, Mrs* Chizuko Domoto; the bride and
groom, and the groom's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Kiichi Yoshida. Photo
by Edwin Shlmabukuro.
It Was Back In '45 When They Organized
TO JAPAN VIA EUROPE
Mrs, Ichiyo Uyeno of Denver is
on a world tour with 28 members
of an issei group which flew from
San Francisco, first to London via
the North Pole, They will arrive
in Japan via Europe, the near and
far east.
Presiding Officer
Dr, Jerry Aikawa, assistant pro-
fessor at CU medical school, pre-
sided at the meeting Saturday on
medicine and nuclear energy at
VA Hospital. Speakers included
Dr, Edward Teller, professor of
physics at Univ, of Calif.
Dr, Aikawa is president of Rocky
Mtn. chapter of Soc. of Nuclear
Medicine, co-sponsor of the meet-
ing with CU medical school.
Japanese Methodist members,
now located in their sixth church at
E 34th ave. and High st., sold
for $17,500 their old church at
25th and Calif, sts. through ef-
forts of Rocky Mtn. Methodist
Conf.
Back in 1907, these members
held meetings at 2100 Arapahoe st.
In 1909, they were holding worship
services at 1827 Park ave., then
in 1914, they moved out to a
building on West Colfax ave. When
fire destroyed it, they moved to
2801 Curtis st. Members purchas-
ed the Calif, st. church in 1935.
A Pentecostal church bought it last
week.
POST OFFICE EMPLOYEE
Frank F. Nakagawa is one of the
ten mail carriers at the new Com-
merce City Post Office.
INVITATION TO EXHIBIT
Mrs. Yuri Noda was invited by
Frances Hansen, chairman of art
faculty at Colo. Women's College,
to participate in exhibition of paint-
ings by outstanding women artists
of the state.
This exhibit in the Wliatley cha-
pel lounge. May 5-15 will be held
in connection with the college's
75th anniversary program.
Sunada Speaker
One of speakers at the insti-
tute on mental retardation at Park
Lane Hotel FrL and Sat., spon-
sored by the State Dept, of In-
stitution's div. of mental retarda-
tion, will be Dr. Kayo Sunada of
5188 Miller st. in Arvada.
He is director of clinical ser-
vices of the division and has been
on the staff at Colo. State Home
west of Arvada. Dr. Sunada ap-
peared on Max Goldberg TV panel
program last week on station 2
where discussioncentered on men-
tal retardation.
Business Activities
Aurora B. T. Howard, co-
owner of Howard Drug, Inc., 9805
E. Colfax ave., stepped down from
active management of the com-
pany, and William Nakaoka, phar-
macist, became president and
manager. Mrs. Nakaoka is the for-
mer Dorothy Hayano, daughter of
Dr. Eizo Hayano.
MANY NISEIS WORK IN CITY DEPARTMENTS
Mayor Richard Batterton, candi-
date for re-election Tues., May 21,
said the following is a partial list
of nisei employees of city and
county government departments:
Lloyd Shinsato, Asst. City At-
torney;. Joyce Fukayama, motor
vehicles; Charles Funayama, plan-
ning; Helen Nakashima, Water BcL;
Dr. Ben Miyahara, coroner's of-
fice; Frank Kanatani, Sanitarian;
Kiko Akiyama, health-hospital; Dr,
George Ogura, pathologist; Joyce
Thomas, welfare; Carol Kawano,
pharmacy; Robert Uyeda, auditor;
Benny Watanabe, election and Ben
Murakami, election commission;
Alice Kimura, assessor; Floyd
Tanaka, urban renewal; and Art
Arita, police.
VISITORS FROM HAWAII
Dr. Toshimi Ogawa and Shizui-
chi Mizuha of the Hawaii State
Board of Education were recent
visitors in Denver.
PROMOTE POLICEMAN
Westminster Art Arita, Den-
ver police officer, of 1020Cuchara
st., received promotion to posi-
tion of technician supervisor.
Slate Art Show
Several aspects of Japanese arts
will be shown and demonstrated
at special programs at Denver Art
Museum on several week-ends.
Sumi paintings and Japanese
prints and tea ceremony will be
featured Sat., May 18, 4-6 p.m.
The ceremony will be demonstrat-
ed by Mrs. Masano Nakatsuka.
Subsequent special programs on
three successive Sundays at 3 p.m.
will be: ikebana on May 26 by
Ayako Sumitomo; sumi paintings
by Mrs. Yuri Noda on June 2,
and odori directed by Mrs. Mut-
Many Volunteers Work At JACL Bazaar
VISIT PARENTS
Staff Sgt* and Mrs. Tom Yama-
moto, stationed at USAF base in
Ft. Worth, Tex., visited with his
parents, the Hayasuke Yamamotos
of Derby.
The sergeant is a career radar
technician in the air force. He was
married last winter to the former
Betty Quigley of Grand Falls, New
Brunswick, Canada.
ALUMNI REUNION
DINNER SATURDAY
Platteville Reunion dinner
dance for members of Platteville
Jiigh School will be held Sat., May
11 at the school. David Nishimoto
is treasurer of the alumni assn.
Ethnic Probleas
Racial and ethnic problems af-
fecting pupils and schools were
discussed last week at Lincoln High
School under sponsorship of Spec-
ial Study Committee on Equality
of Educational Opportunity in Den-
ver Public Schools.
Ethnic problems relate to mat-
ters arising from actual, or poss-
ible, traits in racial groups which
create discriminatory practices.
Mrs. May Torizawa, general
chairman of the Mile Hi JACL
food bazaar Sat. at Buddhist
Church, included following com-
mittee chiefs:
Telephone committee, Alice
Hosokawa; Denver, Sarah Tera-
saki, Miko Kawano; Brighton, Rose
Tanabe and Joanna Sakata; hos-
tess, Jean Sato; tickets, DonTana-
be. Tosh Ando; publicity, Tom
Masamori, Min Yasui; displays, *
Henry Suzuki; display hostesses,
Yasuko Fujimori and Elizabeth
Rose. *
Program, Gladys Taniwaki; tab-
les, Dr. Takashi Mayeda; clean-
up, Kaz Sakamoto, Dr. Bob Maye-
da, Tom Nakata; cooking and kit-
chen cleanup, Oski Taniwaki, Min
Yasui, John Noguchi, Mike Ta-
shiro, Ben Kumagai, Roy Nagai;
tea. Bud Lfchida; take-outs, Betty
Suzuki; serving, Joanna Sakata;
cakes and manju, Haruko Ko-
bayashi.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
Brighton State Rep. Seiji
Horiuchi is a member of the state
Legislative Council's committee
on election laws.
John Corbridge is head of the
Southmoor Land Co. Its Denver
office is in 1300 Denver Club
bldg. Directors are James T.
Kanemoto and GeorgeK.Kanemoto
of Longmont.
Arvada Day and Night Signs,
Inc., of 5316 Wadsworth ave. is
headed by Rit Howell. Directors
include Harry A* Shigeno of 52
So. Winona CL, and Omer Gilli-
land.
suyo Tsunoda on June 9.
SANSE.I SCHOLARS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Gordon Aoyagi* graduating sen-
ior at Manual High and recipient
of $200 in the Assn, of American"
Physicians and Surgeons essay
contest, received $1600scholar-
ship from Colo. College in Colo.
Springs, where he will enroll this
autumn. He previously received a
$1400 scholarship offer from Coe
College in Cedar Rapids, la., and
a $1700 scholarship offer from
Knox College In Galesburg, 111.
Greeley The CSC Dean's scho-
lastic honor list posted last week
included Janice Eiko Aoyagi,
daughter of the Harry Aoyagis of
Denver; Nancy Numoto, daughter
of John and Amy Numoto of Evans;
Ruby K. Hasegawa, and Jack Mi-
yamoto, son of the George Miya-
motos of Denver.
NCO WIVES CLUB WORK
Colorado Springs Mrs. Suzie
Kanegaye was among those in
charge of Japanese dinner served
at the Non-Commissioned Of-
ficers* Wives Club.
Japanese odori also was per-
formed.
CONINb EVENTS
Thurs.-Fri., May 9-10, at In-
ternational House, 1600 Logan st.,
return engagement of prize Japan-
ese film, "Rashomon."
Mon., May 13, Japanese movie
at Brighton Buddhist Church.
TUes., May 14, 7:30 p.m., Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee weekly meeting at Cathay
Post._
Tues., May 14, 7 p.m., Fuji
Matsuri rehearsal at Buddhist
Church.
Wed., May 15, Kyudo Kai meet-
ing in Greeley.
Sat., May 18, Simpson Church
benefit food bazaar and exhibit at
Grange bldg., V^26th ave. andAl-
cott st., dinners 12 noon to 7 p.m.;
food take-outs from 11 a.m. to
7 p.m.
Sat., May 18, at Denver Art
Museum, Japanese art program.
Linda Nakamura of 2910 Eliza-
beth st., of East High, daughter
of the George S. Nakamuras, re-
ceived a $350 scholarship from
CSU in Ft. Collins. She plans
to manor in medical technology at
the university.
Bankers Visitors
Masumi Koike, division, chief
of Japan Development Bank in
Tokyo was a visitor here last week.
He had been in Wash., D.C., to
confer with officials of the World
Bank.
Koike was accompanied bySeiyu
Soejima, chief of foreign section
of die Japanese bank.
Boulder College of Arts and
Science students on the Dean's
scholastic roll for the first semes-
ter at CU includes Susan Joy of
Golden, daughter of ihe Bill Hoso-
kawas.
Haney Kuwabara of Durango High
School, daughter of theDickKuwa-
baras, and James SuekamaofWest
High and son of the Sam Sueka-
mas of Denver, were one of 21
seniors who received four-year
scholarships from Gates Founda-
tion of Denver.
IN FRONT ROW ARE FEW OF THE COSTUMED sanseis who ap-
peared last week-end in Loretto Heights College production of the musi-
cal show, "King and I." They are, in usual order, the Owada twins,
Arthur and Erin; Tommy Nakagawa, the Victor Tawara's twins, Lon-
nie and Bonnie, somewhat sad Randy Sakurai, and Allison, daughter of
the George Mabes. In next row: Mrs.%Sam Owada, Paul, son of the Jinko
Yamaguchi's; Steve, son of the Genji Yamamotos; Mmes. Harry Naka-
gawa, Genji Yamamoto, and Kunio Sakurai. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
SIMPSON CHURCH FOOD BAZAAR, comes upSat., May 18, at Grange
bldg., 26th ave. and Alcott st. Preparatory to bazaar last year, photo
publicizing event showed Charlotte Shimizu demonstrating procedure
to Vem Langhofer and Beverly Miller, church members. Charlotte
is daughter of the Tad Shimizus.
Sun., May 19, Hokkajin Kai me- morial service at BuddhistChurch. Sun,, May 19, at Buddhist IN APPRECIATION
Church, Fuji Matsuri. Sat*, May 25, 7 p.m., Nisei- Classic League award dinner- dance at Red Slipper. THE TRI-STATE YOUNG BUDDHIST LEAGUE takes this means to sincerely thank all those persons who contributed to its recent benefit motion picture show.
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No* 57 Wednesday, Nay 8, 1963
BOWLING ACTIVITIES
AT SEVERAL LANES
IRIYE TOPS BOWLING
AVERAGE IN LEAGUE
At close of Simpson Church lea-
gue season, Dick Iriye averaged
high among 79 male players with
178* Cluster of three players fol-
lowed him with 176: Bill Naka-
mura, Yakio Furuiye and Shig
Morishige.
On distaff side, Jean Matsuda,
Jean Sato and Flo Domoto topped
42-player division with 164, 163
and 159.
'FT. LUPTON BOWLERS
Ft. Lupton High series play-
ers last week in bowling included:
Frank Urano, 510; George Uye-
mura, 508; Marjorie Uyemura,
457; Linda Konishi (Juniorettes)
371.
BOWLING IN GREELEY
Greeley C. Takahashi was a
high series man recently in bowl-
ing series with a 591, while Mutsu
Osaki was a high gamester with
195.
Ault Albert Kinoshita's high
game among niseis was 229 in re-
cent game.
RECORDING SECRETARY
Mrs. Helen Goto is recording
secretary of Kearney Jr. High
"School's PTA for the 1963-1964
term.
BILL GRANT
CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR
TAKES THIS POSITION
ON DENVER
GENERAL HOSPITAL
I ask your support of a new
program for Denver General
Hospital. We must provide a
high level of service and care,
and treat our patients with re*
spect and dignity*
I pledge the leadership that
will make Denver General the
hospital it should be.
The buildings are hopelessly
obsolete. The service to many
of our citizens does Denver no
credit. After four years of
changing its mind, the current
administration has still not
been able to work out a plan
of affiliation between Denver
General and the University of
Colorado Medical School.
As mayor, I will put into ac-
tion a new, aggressive pro-
gram that will make Denver
General the city hospital it was
intended to be.
BILL GRANT
BILL KUROKI, president of Mile received ICS'er ot the Year Award
High JACL congratulated Natchi at recent ICS conference. Photo
Matsunami of CSC in Greeley, who by Tom Masamori.
ORGANIZATION RECORD
Many delegates who attended the
ICS conference Aspen Lodge in
Estes Park come home with praise
for the imagination and foresight
of conference organizers who pick-
ed site for the event.
Perhaps their wish will be real-
ized by Richard Ida, 19th presi-
dent of the organization next
Spring. He is really the I8thprexy
since his predecessor, HenryTobo
of CSU, 1st vice-president in the
1961-62 term, served in the presi-
dent's chair in the absence of Pres.
Bob Watada, who did not return to
CU in that term.
Since 1945, the ICS and its
predecessor, the NICG, elected
male students to the presidential
position in every term except
three, Tobo's records show. Ida
is fourth president since the switch
GOES BACK TO 1940S
to ICS in 1961, as following list
indicates:
1945- 46 Tsuneko Tokunaga
1946- 47 Ted Inouye
1947- 48 Mami Katagiri (Ito)
1948- 49 Doug Taguchi
1949- 50 Stanley Ichikawa
1950- 51 Hideo Hirose
1951- 52 Nob Ida
1952- 53 Sam Kishiyama
1953- 54 Herb Iwahiro
1954- 55 Mari Mizouye
1955- 56 Stan Gima
1956- 57 Dave Nikaido
1957- 58 Ted Saito
1958- 59 Steve Osuga
1959- 60 Dave Furukawa
1960- 61 Richard Yamaguchi
1961- 62 Bob Watada
1962- 63 Henry Tobo
1963- 64 Richard Ida
Young People's Activities In State
Cadet Col. Ralph Mura of Manual
High was among those selected for
competition to win one of eight
military science students' medals
at brigade review May 24 at Wash-
ington Park.
Adams City Sharon Tani was
among students at the high school
selected for membership in Who's
Who Among student leaders of U.S.
Ronnie Nakaoki was one of jazz
band soloists at Clear Lake Jr.
High's concert program for stu-
dents at Fairview and Sky line grade
schools.__________________
Greeley Medal winners atTri-
Valley Activities Assn, program at
College High included Shirley
Kawakami of Valley High and Ann
Yoshihara of Lafayette High. The
girls won prizes in poetry contest.
Rocky Ford Jo Ann Harada
was third place winner in Ark.
Valley School Arts Festival con-
test at Otero Jr. College.
Riverdale Sharon Kawano, Lee
and Thelma Kondo, members of
Riverdale Suzettes, participated
in the Adams Co. 4-H Club play
and speech festival in a number
called, "Keep Your Halo Straight,"
Brighton Stanley Sakata was a-
mong the unique models, recruit-
ed from Scout Cub Pack 75, who
posed with hats atMother-Daugh-
ter dinner at First United Presby-
terian Church.
Ft. Lupton Floyd Koshio, trea-
surer of Ft. Lupton Board of Edu-
cation, was one of the speakers at
the banquet in the community build-
ing last week. It preceded the
annual high school junior-senior
prom.
Joyce Murata gave the grace for
the meal.
Evans Stephen, son of the Fu-
jio Ishiguros, was elected trea-
surer of student body at Evans High
School.
Rocky Ford Alan Saiki and
Ann Hirokawa were members of
production staff of the high school's
senior class play, "Curious Sav-
age." ___________
Brighton Members of the
"Music Man'* which recently won
the county 4-H Search For Talent
program included James Imatani
and Charles Tanabe.
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BOWLING ANNOUNCEMENTS
Registrations for Nisei Summer
Mixed League and Men's Scratch
Leagues at Dahlia Lanes are being
taken now by Sam Inai at KE 4-
6031.
It was also announced that re-
servations for classic-Nisei Lea-
gues banquet Sat., May 25, 7 p.m.,
at Red Slipper, is being taken now
by Iwao Nishikawa.
PARKED AUTO HIT
Boulder Damages estimated
at $800 was incurred on the park-
ed auto owned by George Shioya
when it was struck by another
vehicle last week.
Pierce Debbie Sakurai and
Carla Morita participated in the
Civic Oratorical Contest.
'The crime of a nice-looking
girl," it's said, is one way to
translate, "Bibo Ni Tsumi Ari,"
title of film May 12, 7 p,m., at
Buddhist Church. It stars Fujiko
Yamamoto, Ayako Wakao and Shin-
taro Katsu.
Second film is entitled, "Oka-
kusha Sa-me," featuring Kazuo
Hasegawa and ToshikoMita.Hase-
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KHM TO BROADCAST INTERVIEWS ON HONUMENT FUND DRIVE
Radio station KHOW(630 A M on dial) announced the series of
taped interviews on the subject of Nisei War Memorial Fund.
The first of these broadcasts will begin Thursday, May 9,
4:00-6:30 p.m. The persons interviewed include Messrs George
Sakato( distinguished service cross holder), John Noguchi,
Alfred Miyagishima. and Yosh Arai._
NEW NISEI WSCS
OFFICERS CHOSEN
Mrs. May Murakami is new
president of Simpson Churchs W~
SCS.
Her officers are; v.p.,KikoAki-
yama; sec., Tomi Ito; treas., Flo-
rine Burous; secretaries for sev-
eral society functions incIudeShir-
ley Sunata, Fannie Nowalk, Mae
Shimizu, Sachi Boyer, Hana Hata-
keyama, Kate Ariki, and Helen
Cavnar.
HOSPITAL PATIENTS
Frank Yoshida, in Alamosa
Community Hospital.
William Hisamoto of Ft. Lupton,
in Brighton Community Hospital.
NAVY MAN HEADING
FOR ADAK, ALASKA
Greeley Hideo Nishi, appren-
tice airman in U.S. Navy visited
his parents last week from his
station in San Diego, Calif.
Nishi, aviation electrician, who
earned commendation as Outstand-
ing Company Recruit, is enroute
to naval air station in Adak, Alaska.
TOM MASAMORI, in charge of publicity for Nisei War Memorial
Fund project, is shown conferring with Yozan Tsubokawa, publisher
of the Rocky Mtn. Jiho. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
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