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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
No. 58 Wednesday, May 15, 1963
Page 1
Naae Donors To War Memorial Fund
The following is a current list
of donors to the Rocky Mtn. Nisei
War Memorial Fund, its commit-
OKURAS SLATE VISIT
National JACL Pres. PatOkura,
and Mrs. Okura will participate
in the special memorial day ser-
vices at Fairmount Cemetery on
Memorial Day. They will meet
with Mile High and Ft. Lupton
chapters that evening at Akebono
restaurant.
They will leave for Wash.,D.C.,
May 31, to meet with members of
Eastern District Council of the
JACL on June 1*
Financial Program
Los Angeles A financial pro-
gram to strengthen worldwide work
of Buddhist churches and Buddhism
was explained during a recent visit
here by the Rev. YoshitakaTamai,
emeritus priest of Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church in Denver.
The program was created here
at the recent meeting of church of-
ficials. A phase of the program to
establish this fund calls for invit-
ing donors to purchase children's
life insurance policies with the
churches as beneficiaries. A
church, then, may use these poli-
cies as collateral for sums bor-
rowed for major projects, such as
a building construction.
Explain Procedure
A normal procedure in the City
Bldg. Inspection Dept/s examina-
tion and approval of plans for pro-
posed structures requires time.
Meanwhile, contractors are allow-
ed to proceed with preliminary
work, it was explained by Walt
Kirtsch, public works manager.
Mayoral candidate, John Maley
had said the city department is
allowing, for example, the con-
struction to begin on the new
Gibraltar Savings and Loan bldg,
at 1901 E. Colfax ave. without
permit. The loan company is owned
by a group of nisei business and
professional men.
tee reported:
Out of town: Sam Maruyama of
Ulysses, Kans $50; Lafayette
Florist, Y. & K. Yoshihara of
Lafayette, $20; S. Nakano of
Cheyenne, Wyo., $10; George Hay-
ashi of North Platte, Nebr., $10;
Charles Ando of Powell, Wyo., $10;
Yukio Hori of Arvada, $10; Shi-
zuq Otsuki of Commerce City, $5.
Denver area: gross from movie
benefit show, $406.75; Japanese
Assn, of Colo., $250.
$100, Dr. Mahito Uba, Dr. T.
K. Kobayashi; $50, Ichiro Ogawa,
Shizuo Yamada, F. U. Teshima,
William Kuroki, Cathay Post Ski
Club, H. Madokoro and ShigMado-
koro.
$25, Fred Aoki, Nobuo Eshima,
anonymous, Tosh Kawaji, Mitsu-
taro Miyahara, E. Ozaki, Hatsui-
chi Sumikawa, Charles Yamaguchi,
K. Yoshida, K. Suzuki, Bob Kiyo-
take, Horiuchi brothers.
$20, M. Hironaka, Shigeru Ina-
masu, William Hosokawa, Juichi
Kito, Morinojo Nishimura, Stan-
ley Yoshimura. $15, Joe Fujioka,
Isao Kuge, Naval Marine Post 101,
Sto Tani, Ruth Yamashiroya, Dick
Yamamoto, Hajime Yoshimura,
Sumio Yamashita, Bert Akiyama.
MEMORIAL DONORS
$10, Jim Mikuni, S. Nakano, To-
kiwa Nakaoka, K. Shimoda,-Toku-
kichi Serizawa, Mmes. C. Nishi-
zaka, T. Shinto, Sono Yamada;
Akio Sameshima, Charles Taka-
hashi, B. H. Yamamoto, Mr. Yama-
moto, F. Tsushima, Noboru Sugi-
moto, Taichi Sera, George Salto,
K. Osuga, A. Nakatsuka, Sadao
Naka, T. Kimura, Ken Kuwata,
T. Kajita, Dick Kajiwara, Tom
Hiraoka, Tetsuo Fukui, D. Eto,
S. Bajo, Shlgeji Arai, Joe's Jewel-
ers, George Kuga, JingoroKuroki,
Atsuiji Kageyama.
$6, Y. Nakata, M. loka. $5,
Mmes. S. Yanase, S. Nagata, Y.
Kuwahara, and Daijiro Furuiye.
$4, Charles Takahashi, Daisuke
Migaki; $3, Harry Muroya, John
Wakamoto.
NISEI WAR MEMORIAL MONUMENT WILL BE UNVEILED in Memor-
ial Day service at Fairmount cemetery. Stone slabs here form part
of structure. Inspecting them and site are Joe Sakato and Comm. Al
Miyagishima of Cathay American Legion Post. Photo byTom MasamorL
FESTIVAL SUtfiAY ST.SHIHKAM'S BIRTHDAY
Fuji matsuri, the wisteria festi-
val, commemorates the birth of
St. Sbinran, whose bronze statuary
stands in front lawn of the Budd-
hist Church. This priest was born
some 200 years ago. Service in his
honor will be held Friday evening.
During the open house Sunday,
noon to 6 p.m., guests will be in-
vited to see various program num-
bers and exhibits. Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda will speak on Buddhism
and Japanese culture.
Program includes judo at 1 p.m.,
and at 1:30 p.m., tea ceremony,
kendo, odori, kimono parade, ike-
bana, and shakuhachi solo. Part
of the program will be repeated at
4 p.m.
Plan New Bank
Officials of the proposed First
Industrial Bank of Brighton were
reported to have reached the stage
for the filing of certificate of in-
corporation with theoffice of Colo-
rados secretary of state. One of
the directors of the bank, the in-
corporators stated, was Don
Tanabe of Brighton.
Presentation of colorful Fuji
Matsuri at Buddhist Church Sun.,
May 19, celebrating the birth of
St, Shinran, represents courtless
man-hours of preparation by many
scores of members.
Committee chairmen include:
gen. ch., Mrs. Noboru Tsunoda;
and m.c., Dorothy Fujino; decora-
tions, May Dolda, Mary Tawara;
refreshment, Rose Hasegawa, Amy
Tsumura; tea ceremony and
cup washers, Sally Okubo, Helen
Umetani; hostesses, Helen Nitta,
Yasuko Fujimori; gift shop, Kiml
Kato, Tosh Tsutsumi, Kaz Fus-
himi, Alice Hora; invitations,
Louise Ota, Sadami Kuroda; tea
room, Jim Kanemoto; stage, Henry
Nakata.
P.A. system, Tom Kajiwara,
George Omoto; preparation and
cleanup. Bill Motoyama; poster,
Ken Fujimori; lunch for workers,
Grace Kiyotake. Committee mem-
bers and program participants will
be published in next issue.
PART OF LARGE GROUP OF WORKERS preparing for Simpson
Church food bazaar this Saturday atGrapgebldg., W. 26th ave. and Alcott
st., are shown at meeting* Clock-wise from top left: Mrs. MayNonaka,
Rev. Jonathan Fujita, Frank Uyenishi, Hideo Hamamura, Roy Nagai,
Sam Matsumoto, Meach Nogami, Tol Takamine (partly hidden), Mrs.
Sachi Boyer, Vem Langhofer, Mmes. Klko Akiyama and Hana Hata-
keyama. Photo by Hiromu Okada*
Announce Pronotions For Judo Students
Denver Judo School has announc-
ed class promotion of 134 students.
Following 62 are in senior division:
Shodan: Ken Kuramoto, Thomas
Tabuchi, Geo. Tagawa, Stephen
Ishimoto, Fred Yamashita, Ed
Imada, Paul Okada, KenKinoshita.
Ikkyu: Stephen Karakawa,
Gordon Aoyagi, Dick Okimoto,
Shuny Sugiura.
Nikyu: Pat and Bob Fushimi,
Ed Foley, Perry Yamashita, Wes
Kouns, Ken Harris.
Sankyu: Steve Ando, Ron
Nakaoki, Carl Hammond, Phillip
Jordan, John Martinez, Dennis
loka, Mark Yamasaki, Gary
Takata, David Yokum, Joseph Wal-
ters, Wilbur Vaughn, Steve Naka-
mura.
Yonkyu: George Kodama, Alfred
Becker, Melvin Vaughn, Donald
Kahl, Trinidad Martinez, Curtis
Powell, Bob Rose, Charles Burn-
ham, Earl Jones. Gokyu: Frank
Ban, Harry Eto, Ken and Yo Fu-
shimi, Frank Nakaoki and 17 non-
niseis and sanseis. Names of in-
termediates and juniors will be gi-
ven in next issue.
WEDDING RECEPTION FOR MR. AND MRS. MIKIHIKOKITA was held
recently at Akebono restaurant. Left to right: Elder Alfred Okbhira
of Japanese Seventh Day Adventist Church, the bride and groom, Mrs.
Yasuno Kita, the groom's mother, and Mrs. Okohira. The groom is x-ray
technician at Porter Hospital. The bride, former Misako Yamamoto
of Tokyo, daughter of Mrs. Fusano Nitta of Kobe, and the groom were
married in Tokyo, from where the couple returned here two weeks ago.
Baishakunins for the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelson of La
Sierra College in Calif., and his son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Nelson, surgeon at Tokyo Sanitarium.
ARLINGTON CEREMONY
Wash., D.C. Ensign Kenneth
K. Tagawa of Welby, Colo., was
named to accompany Ira Shimasaki
on Memorial Day when he lays
the National JACL memorial
wreath at the Tomb of the Un-
known Soldier at Arlington Nation-
al Cemetery.
Ensign Tagawa, son of die Frank
Tagawas of 6640 Downwing st. in
Welby, is married to the former'
June Tsumura. She is the daughter
of Mrs. Amy Tsumura of 827 -
26th st. in Denver. The naval
officer serves in the office of the
U.S. Chief of Naval Operations
CONDUCT SERVICES FOR
LATE HARRY OSUMI
Services were conducted Tues-
day for the late Harry T. Osumi,
81, of 1925 Larimer st. at the
Buddhist Church. Cremation was
at Riverside cemetery.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Daisy G. Osumi; brother,
Yoichi Osumi; and nephews, No-
buo and Toshio Osumi, and niece,
Sumiko Osumi.
School Elections
School board elections were held
in scores of communities through
out the state last week. Among
those who were winners in the Weld
county elections were two niseis,
one of them unopposed in his dis-
trict, the other being re-elected.
Hiroshi Tateyama of Ault, in-
cumbent in District D in Eaton, was
unopposed. In Ft. Lupton, Floyd
Koshlo was re-elected treasurer in
School District RE-8.
OPEN MEETING
An open meeting of Northeast
Park Hill Civic Assn, was held last
week at Skyways Motel. The
group's president, Mel Goldberg
met with area residents to dis- .
cuss various area problems, in-
cluding the proposal to establish
a human relations committee.
Koshare Papooses
La Junta The Koshare Indian
dancers have a couple of new
papooses sansei papooses this
season. They are Ren Hamano of
La Junta and Jerry Ushiyama of
Rocky Ford.
Famed for their performances of
native Indian dances on their tours,
the boys welcomed their proud
mothers and fathers one night last
week at Parents Night.
NATURALIZATION
CANDIDATES TO MEET
Candidates for forthcoming na-
turalization procedure are to meet
on Saturday, May 25, 7:30 p.m.,
at Japanese Hall, it was announc-
ed by Harry Matoba, in charge of
the isselnaturallzationclass.They
are to receive instructions on the
proceedings at swearing-in cere-
mony Friday, May 31 in U.S.
district court at the Post Office
bldg.
SLATE POTLUCK DINNER
Ladies of the WSCS will hold
potluck dinner Tues., May 22,6:30
p.m., at SlmpsonChurch. Hostess-
es are: Yuki Nogami, Florine Bur-
rows, Aiko Okubo, Mikl Owada and
Ruth Yamamoto.
ODORI INSTRUCTOR
Mme. Tamijl Oaoye is now re-
siding at Silver Dollar Hotel, 1860
Lawrence st., where she is in-
structing odori and samisen to her
pupils. ___ .
BULK RATE
U.8. POSTAGE
PAID
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Nt>. 58 Wednesday, Hay 15, 1963
Page 2
CONING EVENTS
Girls Driving, Boys Hiking, Into Town MORE SANSEI SCHOLARS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Wed*, May 15, Kyudo Kai meet-
ing in Greeley*
Fri*, May 17, evening, hoyo ser-
vice at Buddhist church honoring
St* Shinran*
Sat*, May 18, Simpson Church
benefit food bazaar and exhibit at
Grange bldg., W* 26th ave. and
Alcott st., dinners 12 noon to 7
p.m.; food takeouts from 11 a.m.
to 7 p.m.
Sat., May 18, 3 p.m., at Den-
ver ArtMuseum, Japanese art pro-
gram.
Sun., May 19, at Buddhist
Church, FujiMatsuri,from 12noon
to 6 p.m.
Tues., May 21, 7:30 p.m., Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee weekly meeting at Cathay
Post.
Tues., May 21, 8 p.m., Coun-
selors meetingatBuddhistChurch.
Wed., May 22, 6:30 p.m., WSCS
potluck dinner at Simpson church.
Fri., May 24, 8 p.m. devotional
service for Counselors and YBL,
with Dr. Gleason of Regis Col-
lege, speaker.
Sat., May 25, 7 p.m., Nisei-
Classic League award dinner-
dance at Red Slipper. Phone re-
servations to Iwao Nishikawa, DU
8-9160.
Thurs., May 30, evening, joint
Mil Hi-Ft. Lupton JACL chap-
ters* dinner-meeting at Akebono
restaurant.
Hokkajin-kai memorial service
scheduled at Buddhist Church on
Tuesday, May 19, postponed.
CSC BEARS WRAP UP
CONFERENCE TITLE
Greeley CSC's baseball team
won its 23rd baseball game last
week tocapture the Rocky Mountain
conference title. Jack Miyamoto of
Denver, 1st sacker, recorded two
aits, three batted in, a single and
triple in four times at bat help-
ed team defeat Adams State from
Alamosa, 14-12.
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
Aurora Spec. SMiyaichiKawa-
moto of 1662 Macon st. was a mem-
ber of volleyball team from Fitz-
simons Hosp. which won the Class
AA title at Ft. Riley, Kans.
THEY'LL FIELD THREE
3ALL TEAMS THIS SUMMER
Eddie Kawano, athletic com-
mittee chairman of Simpson
Church has come up with three ball
ams this summer. TootsieTsut-
iui and Sgt. Kawamoto are coach-
ng the boys team at 37th and
Clayton st. field.
Peewee ball team will be coach-
ed by Beans Yamamoto. Girls
ioftball team will be skippered
by Harry Hashimoto.
MANY HIGH BOWLERS
IN FT. LUPTON SERIES
Ft. Lupton High series play-
ers in bowling last week includ-
?d: George Masunaga, 598; Frank
Jrano, 529; and Fuzzy Hisamoto,
140.
High game players included:
Ymy Urano, 148; Sam Koshio, 191;
leorge Uyemura, 189.
YRT FESTIVAL SHOW HELD
La Junta The Arkansas Valley
ichool art festival show was held
ast week at Otero Junior College.
\ third place white ribbon winner
n one of the divisions was Jo Ann
larada of Rocky Ford.
Denverites can anticipate visits
from not only a quintet of Waseda
University men, but also a couple
of fetching young ladies, who are
also on a cross-country tour.
The men, last reported enjoying
hospitality in Salt Lake City, are
due here perhaps in a matter of
weeks. While they hike into town,
the ladies, latecomers, will be
driving into town soon in a Japan-
ese auto. They are Misses Eiko
Mural, 28, and Kanae Takasawa,
24, shown here.
Although their common desti-
nation is New York City, the boys
will turn around and go home via
west coast, while the girls sail on
for an European tour.
ADVERTISING ART SHOW
An advertising design created by
Leo Murakami and G.Cuerdenwas
among those exhibited in the lobby
of American National Bank last
week. Their designs were made
for the Rocky Mtn. Dental Pro-
ducts Co., and for CSU in Ft.
Collins.
CONFERENCE DELEGATE
Mrs. Hana Hatakeyama was a
delegate from the Simpson Church
WSCS at the society's recentPacl-
fic coast conference in Berkeley,
Calif.
WOMEN'S GROUP TOUR
JAPANESE SHOPS
Ft. Collins Mrs. Nagayoshi
Oshima, hostess at last week's
meeting of local chapter of Ameri-
can Assn, of Univ; Women, dis-
cussed the "Southern Sung Dy-
nasty."
Following the talk, the group
went to Denver, toured the Orien-
tal Art Museum and downtown
Japanese stores. They climaxed
the tour with dinner at Fuji-En
restaurant.
NEW ENLISTEE
Kikuo Yamasaki recently en-
listed in the Air Force. He is the
son of the John Yamasakis of
4915 W. 38th st.
CASH AWARD WINNERS
Recent winners of $100 cash
prize winners at Safeway grocery
stores includes George Hiratsuka
of 1845 W. 50th ave., and Betty
Sugiura of 2434 W. 34th ave.
MAY DAT FETE
Ft. Lupton May Day fete at
elementary school featured chil-
dren in costumes of many coun-
tries.
Sansei students, costumed in ki-
rn inos, were assisted by Mmes.
K. Urano, Tom Koshio, and H.
Inouye. Mrs. Frances Funakoshi,
third grade teacher, was in charge
of the costuming arrangements.
"RASHOMON" ON
STAGE AND SCREEN
The film, "Rashomon," from
Ryunosuke Akutagawa's novel, re-
turned to town again, at Interna-
tional House last week. Also last
week, CU at Boulder presented the
stage version of the novel.
HOSPITAL PATIENTS
At Boulder Community Hospital:
Mrs. Koichi Furutsu.
At Alamosa Community Hospi-
tal: Ruth Katsumoto.
masamori
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Boulder Cadet Douglas Hashii
of CU received the Ft. Collins
Daughters of Founders and Pat-
riots of America award for ex-
cellence in American military his-
tory. Hashii, from Denver, is
sophomore majoring in physics.
Boulder Richard Sato, son of
the Joe Satos of 6790 Downing st.
in Denver, was one of 63 CU en-
gineering students who received
scholastic awards and prizes at a
convocation. Sato received Boeing
Co. scholarship.
Edgewater Wesley Wada, jun-
ior, and Darryl Kaneko, senior,
were among* 41 Jefferson High
School students honored last week
at academic achievement as-
sembly.
Ft. Lupton Among students
honored last week by the Masonic
Lodge was Karen Murata, daugh-
ter of the Lee Muratas.
East High juniors elected to the
honorary Seraptic Sisters organi-
zation included Shirley Kishiyama,
Alene Terasaki and Karen Miura.
Calvin Kato, son of the Sam
Katos of 3001 Garfield st., receiv-
ed scholarship to attend Harvey-
Mudd College at Claremont, Calif.
He was named as an outstanding
senior ROTC cadet at East High.
PAST PRESIDENT GUEST
Greeley Gerald Mlyoshl, past
president of Future Farmers of
America, was among the special
guests at the FFA award ban-
quet held last week.
WANT ADS
A girl, or older woman, to do
general housework and to care for
two children. Live in. Phone 322-
4672.
Dental assistant-receptionist;
5-day work week, including Satur-
day. West side location. Send com-
plete personal resume, stating
work history and qualifications to
P. O. Box 1073, Denver 1.
Swink Mitzi Yagami was among
the scholars whose names were
posted on the honor roll at the jun-
ior high school*
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