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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
a, 89 MbhIit, 89, 19*8
ANNOUNCE PROGRAM FOR MEMORIAL SERVICE
ROUTE TO FAIRMOUNT SITE
Nisei War Memorial Monument
is oh the eastern edge of Fair-
mount cemetery. Drive east on
Alameda ave., past the main gate,
then southward to the entrance at
the eastendofthecemetery.Monu-
ment can be seen from this
gateway*
fcess------ '
Sum Painting
Denver Art Museum Saturday
was the setting for display of sum!
painting and demonstrations, to-
gether with tea ceremony demon-
strated by Mrs. MasanoNakatsuta.
Participants in demonstration of
sumi painting were Mines* Yasuko
Fujimori, Torie Ito, Nao Kana-
kubo, Alice Hosokawa, MasakoNa-
kayama, Atsuko Oye, MayTori-
zawa and Yuri Noda.
NURSE RETURNS HOME
Maj. Ruth Tanaka of Army Nurse
Corps is visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Tsuyo Tanaka, and her broth-
er's family, the Floyd Tanakas.
She is enroute from the lOth
Evacuation Hospital at Wurzburg,
Germany, where she served two
years, to her new assignment at
Beaumont General Hospital in El
Paso, Tex.
CROWN PRINCESS' COUSIN
CU alumnus, class of 1954, Yuji
Sato, it was reported, was mar-
ried on May 11 in Tokyo to a cou-
sin of Crown Princess Michiko
of Japan*
Sato is the son of Torakichi
Sato, once an employee at the old
S* Ban store in Denver* Elder
Sato subsequently returned to Ja-
pan, and is now associated with
Anzen Auto Co*
Pronote Students
Instructors at Denver Judo
School annually confer and deter-
mine pupils who are to receive
rank promotions* Students who
were promoted recently following
faculty consultation include:
Yonkym Harold Tani; nikyu:
Phillip Karakawa, Richard Ta-
buchl; sankyu: Richard Takemoto,
Arthur Kuramoto, Gary Okimoto,
Robert Masamori, John Nakano;
gokyu: Brad Endo, Ken Sugiura,
Eric Matoba.
Nikyu: Mike and Ron Masamori,
Earl Fukuhara, Glenn Fushimi,
Glenn Nitta; sankyu: Stan Naka-
yama, Ron Takata, Steve Tsutsu-
mi; yonkyu: Pat Arlki, Joseph
Takamatsu, John Pens, Matt Asai;
gokyu: Rodney Sato, Dan Pens.
THEY'RE MALKINS INTO
Via O.S. Routt
Well, we can guess now that the
five Waseda University hikers
are taking the northern U.S. 40
route into Denver, perhaps late
this month*
Having left Salt Lake City, the
transcontinental walkers were last
reported in the little Utah hamlet
Congressional Medal of Honor
winner, Hiroshi Miyamura of Gal-
lup, New Mex*. will unveil (he
monument at the community Me-
morial Day service, 1 p.m., at
Fairmount cemetery* Maj* Gen*
Joseph Mofflt, adjutant general of
Colo*, will make the dedicatory
address*
Representatives of organiza-
tions who will lay wreaths will
be Pat Okura of National JACL
from Omaha, Nebr.,Mrs.T.Tana-
machi from San Benito, Tex.; Mrs.
Tsuyo Tanaka, representing Gold
Star Mothers; Mrs* Yu Yasumura,
Nikkeijln Kai; George Fukuma,
Simpson Church; Kiyoshi Koyano,
7th Day Adventist Church; Rey.
R. Hirami, Independent Church;
Robert Sakata, Brighton JAA;
Comm* A1 Mlyaglshima, Cathay
Post; Frank Nakata, Tri-State
Buddhist Church; T. Sasada; Sei-
chono lye; Kazuichi Hoshijima,
Daishiko.
Yoshiaki Ari Aral and John No-
guchi are program co-chairmen*
Many Bazaar Aides
Optimistically estimated, per-
haps 2,000 heaping plates and car-
ton containers of food were serv-
ed at Simpson Church food bazaar
last Saturday,
Literally hundreds of members
and friends helped. Committee of-
ficials in charge of many" phases
of the bazaar included May Shi-
mizu, Ruth Shinto, Yosh Aral,
Peter Doi, Mary Fujii, Fumi Ya-
be, Mary Takamine, Sachi Boyer,
Joe Akiyama, Miyako Smith, Yo-
shiho Salta, and "just everybody"
at cleanup time.
WELCOME NEW SON
The Eddie Mayedas welcomed
their first child, a son* His grand-
parents are the Dr* Takashi Maye-
das, and his great grandparents
are the Kikutaro Mayedas of Long-
mont*
SERVICES HELD FOR
PIONEER FARMER
Services were held lastweekfor
the late William T* Okimoto of
3838 Steele st* Burial was at
Fairmount cemetery.
Thirty years ago, Okimoto had
farmed in Berthoud and also in
* Longmont.
Survivors include his widow;
daughter, Kiku; and sisters, Mmes.
Dorothy Tanaka of Ft* Lupton,
Helen Yamato of Los Angeles; and
brothers, Zwao of Midway City,
Calif.; Takeo of Denver and Yutaka
of Gardena, Calif*
TOWN
And Berthoud Pass
of Current Creek, and that they
would come via Benhoud Pass.
Their party, lead by Noboru Ta-
jima, expects to walk an average
of 15 miles daily. They left San
Francisco in March, and hope to
reach New York City by Christ-
mas day.
BUDDHIST MEMORIAL
SERVICES PLANNED
Buddhist memorial services on
May 30 are scheduled to be held
at die* following places:
Platteville, Longmont, Ft. Lup-
ton, Brighton, and in Denver at
Riverside Cemetery and at High-1
land Gardens*
Princeton-Bound
Darryl Kaneko, senior at Jef-
ferson High, received a scholar-
ship from Princeton University
at Princeton, N.J. He is the son
of the Mits Kanekosof Edgewater,
He had been selected as alter-
nate from a Boettcher Foundation
scholarship*
ASSIST IN DU CAMPAIGN
Univ. of Denver has been en-
gaged in a campaign to solicit
donations to match, on three-for-
one basis, the $5 million grant from
the Ford Foundation.
Volunteers who have been as-
sisting in this work includes;
James G* Yamamoto, Henry H.
Okubo, Hiroko Asano, Joe Arlki
and James T. Akiyama*
FETE 1SSE1 AT
ANNUAL PROGRAM
Ft. Lupton Issei in the com-
munity were feted recently at an-
nual gathering at Buddhist Church.
Mrs, Ina Koshio greeted the spec-
ial guests.
Especially honored were two
couples who had celebrated their
golden wedding anniversaries: the
Taneji Koshios and the Kojiro
Kurokawas. Mrs. Kurokawa thank-
ed the hosts in behalf the guests,
BRIDGE RIVALRY
Dr. Tom Kobayashi is a member
of local bridge committee which
Is setting up the contest to select
top local team which^will confront
top Albuquerque, N* M team here,
probably in October.
COMMITTEE FOR GRANT
The Rev. Russell K. Nakata,
cannon of St. John's Episcopal
Cathedral, and Min Yasui were
among members of die Non-Par-
tisan Committee for Bill Grant in
the mayoral election campaign.
COMING EVENTS
Wed., May 22, 6:30 p.m., WSCS
potluck dinner at Simpson church.
Fr., May 24, 8 p.m., devotional
service for Counselors and YBL,
with Dr. Gleason of Regis College,
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.
Sun., May 26, 7 p.m.. Mile High
Merchants baseball team benefit
movie at Buddhist Church.
Tues., May 28, 7:30 p.m., Com-
munity Memorial Monument com-
mittee weekly meeting at Cathay
Post.
, Thurs., May 30, 1 p.m., Rocky
Mountain Nisei War Memorial
dedication ceremonies at Fair-
mount Cemetery.
Thurs,, May 30, 6:30 p.m., joint
Mile Hi-Ft. Lupton JACL chap-
ters' dinner-meeting at Akebono
restaurant. Phone reservations to
FL 5-3461, CH 4-2239, or RA 2-
9255.
Sat., June 8, 8 p.m., Hokkajin-
kai memorial service at Buddhist
Church.
Sat., June 15, Mile Hi JACL
Graduation dinner-dance at Pre-
mier Motel.
TWO JUNIORS FROM MANUAL HIGH have been selected by Cathay
American Legion Post to attend annual Boys State June 14-22 at CU
in Boulder. Gary Tsutsui and Tommy Fujita are attentive as Com-
manded A1 Mlyaglshima explains event's brochure. Photo by Tom
Masamori.
NAME DELEGATES TO BOYS AND GIRLS STATES
Jo Ann Masunaga was selected
as one of three from Brighton High
to attend Girls' State, June 10-17
at CWC in Denver. Jane Nakata
is an alternate*
Thespians of Brighton High won
first place trophy in the Metro-
politan League 1-Act Play Festi-
val. Members of this group in-
cludes Tim Matsuno, Janice Mat-
suno and Rosemary Hishinuma.
Kathy Tazawa was a blue ribbon
winner in the talent show at Brigh-
ton Junior High.
Neiko Hirakawa and Sharon Kato
were among the 600 participants
in the Denver Metropolitan piano
festival at City Auditorium.
PRESENT AWARDS AT
SIMPSON BOWL DINNER
Six of the key awards presented
to winners at recent Simpson
Church bowling league dinner were
as follows:
High avgs., Dick Iriye (177)
and Jean Matsuda (164); high
scratch series, Jim Shinto (641)
and Flo Yoshida (581); and high
scratch games, Iriye(268) and Jean
Sato (245).
ELECT OFFICERS
The Cornelians' new officers
are as follows: pres., Aster Oye;
v.p., June Madokoro; sec., Chiye
Horiuchi, treas., Betty Suzuki.
Henry Kusumi was selected
by the TauSigma fraternity atMan-
ual High as a delegate to Boys
State at CU in Boulder. He is presi-
dent of the Jr. YBL and son of the
Keiji Kusumls of 2S10Arapahoest.
' Eaton Janelle Takahashi re-
ceived an award as the outstanding
member of the Eaton Jr. High band.
She is its first chair clarinetist.
Boulder Diasy S. Kuwano of
Denver and Hiroyuki Wada of Ja-
pan were among the 51 Initiates
into the Sigma XI science and re-
search national fraternity.
Dive Dental Service
Lakewood Dr. Teruaki Yama-
moto was .elected secretary-trea-
surer of the newly organized Jef-
ferson county dental health group.
Its projects will include pre-
school examinations and clinic for -
indigent children.
PURCHASE LEADER DOG
FOR BLIND PERSON
Ft. Lupton Lions Club will
purchase a leader dog a "see-
ing eye" dog for Leroy Al-
marez, who is to take the ani-
mal with him to Rochester, Mich.
There, he will enroll in a school
where the dog will be trained.
President of the club is Tom
Urano.
FISHING DERBY'S COMING
Invite Issei, Nisei, Sensei To Outing
Fishing derby June 2, noon to
4:45 p.m. at Lake Estes in Es-
tes Park, will be sponsored joint-
ly this year by the Nisei WSCS
and Methodist Men, said Mrs.
May Murakami and June Oya,
presidents of the respective spon-
sors. Registration fee is 50 cents
for issei and nisei and 25 cents
for children.
Vesper at 6:30 p.m will be
preceded by dinner at 5 p.m.,
where charges will be $2.00 per
family and 75 cents per person.
BOLE RATI
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PAID
DllVIR.OOLO.
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FUJIYAMA HOLIDAY" was theme of junior-senior prom of Merltt-
Hutton High School at Continental Denver. Setting included Japanese
tea garden, fountains and lanterns. Among attendants for Prom Queen
and King, center, JoAnn Umerski and Darrell Woods, was Dale Aigakl,
junior attendant, second from right. Photo courtesy, The Dispatch.


Bo. 59 Wednesday, Bay 2£, 1963
A Family's long Journey To Denver
journey was by train, first to Oak-
land, thence in succession to a site
near Portland, Ore,, to the war-
time detention camp at Missoula,
Mont., to CrystalClty, Tex., where
he finally reunited with his family
In July, 1944. Then together, they
journeyed to Seabrook, N. J. From
there, they came to Denver in 1948.
(To be continued.)
m
The Mitsutaro Tawaras of 2240.
Tremont st. now lead a quiet life,
but It was not always so. For, they
are one of few local isseis who liv-
ed in Peru prior to World War n.
Story of their journey to Denver
kindled interest recently when, af-
ter all these years, the Peruvian;
government announced it would
make amends for Its abrupt sei-
zure of assets owned by these Ja-
panese.
The Tawaras* venturesome
journey began with their depar-
ture from Kumamoto, Japan. The
route taken by Tawara himself in-
cluded stops some long, some
very short in Honolulu, San
Francisco, Los Angeles, Panama,
then to the Peruvian port city of
Callao, and finally in the little
seashore village of Canete, about
60 miles south of Lima, capltol
of Peru.
*- There they were, the Tawara
family and several hundred others
like them, several thousands of
miles south of U.S. west coast,
where the isseis and niseis were
also preparing for the eventful days
ahead.
-Tawara alone left first on the
next stage of his journey, leaving
his bewildered family behind. Late
in February of 1943, about a hun-
dred isseis were boarded on an
American vessel In Callao. Many
of them thought they were being
sent back to Japan.
The ship subsequently touched
at Panama, then San Francisco,
where they disembarked, much to
their surprise. The rest of their
THE MITSUTARO TAWARAS recently visited Japan. They are
vstanding before the statue of Da-te Masamune in Sendai.
Schedule Gases
Another season of No. Colo.
Nisei Baseball League play began
Sunday. Season closes Aug* 18.
League officials are: Eugene
Tochihara, pres.; Howard Iwata,'
treas.; Dave Tagawa, v.p.-sec.;
and Floyd Ito, corresp. sec. The
seven team circuit includes: Mile
Hi Merchants, defending champs;
Welby, Ft. Lupton, Brighton, Gree-
ley, Simpson Church and Denver
Busseis.
Pee Wee Players
Greeley Ft. Lupton outlasted
Greeley, 13-10, in the Pee-Wee
baseball game played recently.
This was an NCNBL game.
Game feature homeruns by Ishi-
guro and Tokunaga of Greeley, and
a grandslam homerun by Hisa-
moto of Ft. Lupton.
Batteries: Ft. Lupton: Kawa-
kami, Hisamoto, Murata; Greeley:
Mlyoshi, Ishiguro, Tokunaga.
HONORSCOUT LEADERS
Cheyenne Noble Tajiri of
Evans, Colo., was among those
honored for their work in c ommun-
Ity Boy Scout work at the recog-
nition ceremony of the Longs Peak
Council ofScout Leaders atWarren
AFB.
Baseball Schedule
Sun., May 26, Pee-Wee baseball:
Sreeley vs. Bussei Red, 12:30
p.m., at 26th and Holly; Ft. Lup-
ton vs. Simpson Church, 3:15p.m.,
at 26th and Holly; Brighton vs.
Mile High Merchants, 1:30 p.m.,
at Brighton.
Sun., May 26, Senior division
baseball: Welby vs. Busseis, 3:15
p.m. and Simpson Church vs. Mile
High Merchants, 12:30 p.m-, both
at 37th and Clayton st. field: Brigh-
ton vs. Greeley, 1 p.m., at Brigh-
ton.
laagine That! Murder At Fishing Site!
Merchants baseball team will
sponsor a benefit movie Sun., May
26, 7 p.m., at Buddhist Church.
A pair of friends, about to settle
down for a quiet day of fishing,
discover the remains of a beau-
tiful woman a murder victim.
The murderer, a palanquin bearer
who had killed his beautiful pas-
senger, is about to pounce on the
hapless fishermen. Their rescuer?
A roving samurai, naturally. Film
title: "Gokumo Anzaka no Ketto
(duel)/'
Second feature is "KlrinoNaka-
no Watari Tori." A wandering
gambler happens to return home,
finds his fiance and his mother in
peril, rescues them, and dis-
appears again to resume his pro-
fession.
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MORE DONORS TO FUND "FROM EVERYWHERE1

Recent donors to the Nisei War
Memorial Fund are as follows:
$100-Toshio Ando, 1. Kumagai,
Frank Torizawa; and Harry H.
Sumida of Blanca. $80-Sedgwick,
Colo. YBL; $50-Y. Yunoki and S.
Hirokawa of Rocky Ford, Frank
Sasada. $40-George YamaguchL
$25-Isamu Abo, Joseph S. Aki-
yama, George Hada, Kinyukai of
Denver, Ben Kumagai, Paul Naka-
jima, Mmes. Yone Doi and Noye
Kawakaml; Charlie Hayashida of
Blanca; Otomatsu Nakayama and
Tom Nakayama of Rocky Ford,
Eddie Osumi of Thornton; Jinzo
Noda, D. S. Omiya, Saburo Yone-
hiro.
$20.52-Celebrlty Nisei Bowl
League; $20-Indep. Christian
Church; Ben Kamada, Y. Matsuda,
Jim Shinbara, Masatomi Yonekura,
Masano Yoshihara; $15-George
Goto of Commerce City, Kikugoro
Ono of La Jara, S. Hashimoto,
George Takahashi.
$10-K. Abe, Mrs, Tatsuye Fujii,
Harry Hashimoto, Richard Hirami,
Y. Hiratsuka, Y, Honda, Karllchi-
kawa, Nob Ashida of La Jara,
S. Enomoto of Alamosa, Roy Inou-
ye of La Jara; and Alamosa: George
Katsumoto, M, Miyake, Clarence
Yoshida, Frank Yoshlda, Fred
Katagiri of Henderson, Geo.Koba-
yashi of Ovid, Akira Mugushima
of Rocky Ford, J. T. Nakata and
Yukio Sunata of Ft. Lupton, M.
Tatsukawa of Gallup, New Mex.,
A. Yonekura of Sidney, Nebr. Den-
ver: Stanley Ichikawa, R. S. Ishi-
moto, S. Ishizaki, Richard Joko,
Henry Kasahara, Sam Kato, S.
Kawahara, S.Kishijima, SomeKo-
suge, Bob Maruyama, Masao Mura,
I. Matsumonji, Hesami Morita,
Chotaro Nagashima, Sam Naka,
Gene Nishimoto, Kay Nitta, T.
Okura, Suezo Tanouye, T, Tat-
sugi, R. Terada, T. Tobo, Wo-
men's Metro. Post 206, Bill Ya-
mada, Y. Yasumura.
DENVERITES DONATE
S. Tokunaga of Brighton.
$5-Denven M. Fukuhara, S. Ha-
mada, T. Higuchl, M. Hiyama,
Jerry inouye, Geo. Kagawa, Roy
Klshiyama, Paul Kubota, Thomas
Linn, Mary Matsuno, SamMayeda,
Peter Menda, Roy Nagata, H. Na-
kata, Joe and S. Nakaokl, K. Nit-
ta, K. Ono, Noboru Oklmoto, Mit-
sunobu Saito, Yoshlkl Salto, T.
Sanada, John Tamakl, M. Tawara,
M. Tochihara, Roy Yoshihara, T.
Ura, Norman Yanase, H. Yoshida*
$3-annonymous, I, Noaki. $2-H
Fujii, S. Kawanishi, M. Okamoto,
M. Takahashi.
Want Ad
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5-day work week, including Satur-
day. West side location. Send com-
plete personal resume, stating
work history dnd qualifications to
P. O. Box 1073, Denver 1.
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Sport Activities
Brighton High's 11-man track
team was to participate last week-
end at the Class AA state track
and field championships at Adams
State College. Bob Sakaguchi is
member of the mile relay team.
In the Brighton Junior High track
team, Tony Yamada is a broad-
jumper. Dennis Do! took part in
the dash events.
In the High School's base-
ball team, Eddie Imatani has been
a regular player.
Bill Iwata is an outfielder for the
Adams City high school's base-
nail team.
Denver: baseball players In high
schools this season included Steve
Ando, infielder at East; Jerry Fu-
ruiye, infielder, and Yosh Ogino,
outfielder at North; Ichiro Fujita,
infielder; Gary Tsutsui, catcher;
and Russell Ota and Tom Kimura,
pitchers at Manual.
At close of season, at East,
baseballers Duane Hasegawa, Den-
nis Nakamura and Ando won their
numerals. At Manual, Ota was
awarded his letter.
Ando's sister, Susan, 14, was
given the Little Jane award from
the Colo. Jr. Wightman tennis
organization. She ranked first in
doubles, sixth in singles in the
Intermountain Section.
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$7-Mrs. Kiku Hirayama, K. Ya-
masaki. $5-Alamosa: Dr.BillOba,
Fuji Farms, Y. Fujimoto, Dr. Ben
Konishi, Frank Uyeda; Commerce
City: Masako Fujiki, K. K. Miya- CH-A-9630
hara, Mrs. T. Hagihara of Al-
liance, Nebr. Blanca: Fred Haya- .
shida, Geo. Hishinuma, Jane and
Kay Shioshita, Frank Uyemura,
Francis Wakasugi, Mrs.FredKai-
hara, Robert Norrish. Wyo.: Paul
Kubota of Cheyenne, Tsukishima of
Casper. Hideklchi Kuroda of
Wheatridge, Nebo Nakayama of
Lakewood, Tovo Nobuta of Little-
ton, Tom Sasaki of Albuquerque,
N. M.; T. Takahashi of La Jara,
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PROPERTY SOLD
Albert Hattendorf was reported
to be the purchaser of a tract of
land in Adams county for a sub-
stantial sum. Seller was Roy H.
Mayeda.
Bowling Results
At Greeley*s Bowlderado:
George Matsushima's high series:
665.
At Boulders recent Women's
Bowling Assn, tourney: Miyoko
Murata-Virginla Mizuno doubles
team from Greeley scored 1028.
In Denver's state tournament
for men, Kaz Hayashi from Flor-
ence, hit 735 in singles handi-
cap, and a 715 in singles scratch.
At Ft. Lupton Lanes Lions Club
tourney, Carl Kinoshlta lined up
561 and 1261 in doubles, while
Shig Hayashi scored 602.
In same alleys, atThunderbirds'
games, high series scorers in-
cluded Sam Koshio, 547; George
Uyemura, 537; and Fuzzy Hisa-
moto, 474.
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