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ROCKY MQITMXaiw
Wo* 68 Wednesday, July 24, 1963
FOUR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES FROM SAN LUIS VALLEY high
schools graduated this summer with academic distinction. From left;
Ronnie Inouye received Joint Honor Scholarship to Adams State College.
The graduate from La Jara High School is son of the Roy Inouyes.
Shirley Jean Mizokami, graduate of Sierra Grande High School of
Blanca, received scholarship to attend Hollywood Beauty School in
Denver. She is daughter oftheSamMizokamis.Salutatorian for graduat-
A Gakugei Kai Prograa Tonight
A gakugei kai program will be
presented tonight, 7:30 p.m., at the
Buddhist Churchs auditorium by
the Japanese school of the church.
Co-chairmen of the program are
Shiogo Okamura and Mrs. Erlean
Hikida. Parents and friends are in-
vited to attend the program.
Perfect attendance awards will
be presented to Carol and Doug-
las Kubota, Yoshiharu and Shigeo
Koto, Naomi and Midori Sugiura
and Emiko Kawahara. The school
will vacation in August and re-
sume classes on Sept. 7.
Officers of the school includes
Susumu Yasuzawa, superintendent;
and Mrs. Sam Suekama, treasurer.
experiment IN
INTERNATIONAL LIVING
Six students from Japan, who ar-
rived last week in San Francisco,
have scattered to many parts of the
U.S. to glimpse a bit of Ameri-
can life. Their visit is sponsored
by a group known as Experiment
in International Living.
For the summer months, Minoru
Matsuki will reside in Webster
Grove, Mo.; Ai Miura in Syca-
more, 111.; Yuriko Morikawa in
Milledgeville, 111.; Kimi Kaneta
in Lubbock, Tex.; Hajime Takano
in Santa Barbara, Calif.; and Hi-
romi Muto in Verona, N.J.
AUTO ACCIDENT
IN LEADVILLE
Yosh Oka was recently hospi-
talized in Leadville as the result
of an auto accident near that moun-
tain community. He is the son of
Mrs. Tatsuno Oka of 6801 E. 8th
ave.
EXHIBIT PAINTINGS
IN BANK MALL
Mrs. Yuri Noda put on an ex-
hibition of her own art of paint-
ing at the art gallery installed last
week in the cool mall of the Den-
ver U.S. National Bank. It spon-
sored the show and sale of pictures
exhibited.
COMING EVENTS
Wed., July 24, 8:00 p.m., Ja-
panese school program at Buddhist
church.
Thursday, July 25, 8 p.m., at
main Public Library auditorium,
lecture and demonstration of sumi
painting by TakahikoMikamiofSan
Francisco.
Sun., July 28, Mile Hi JACL-
Japanese Assn, community picnic
at Rocky Mtn. Park.
Sum, Aug. 4, Simpson Metho-
dist Church picnic at Berkeley
Park.
l ues., Aug. 13, to Aug. 17, Ka~
buki drama, "Narukami" at DU
Theater.
COMING EVENTS
AT BUDDHIST CHURCH
Wed., July 24, 7;30 p.m., the
Japanese language school program
at the Buddhist Church.
Sun., July 28, 11 a.m., Budd-
hist Churchs Sunday School pic-
nic at Washington Park.
Saturday, Aug. 10, at La Jara
Buddhist Church, memorial ser-
vice for Roy Inouye's parents.
August: activities at Fort Lup-
ton Buddhist Church will be su-
spended until September.
Denverites Take Partin Theater Programs
Summer theatrical productions
in the Denver area have engaged
interest of various groups and
individuals.
The productions include the
musical show, "The King and I,"
a ballet interpretation of "Madame
Butterfly" of the operatic stage,
and the production, reported in an-.
other story, of the kabuki drama,
"Narukami."
Auroras Community Chorus
produced the 'King and I," a couple
of weeks ago. Mrs. Sets Sumi-
kawa of 3132 Racine st. portrayed
the role of the tragic heroine,
Tuptin.
The ballet version of "Madame
Butterfly" will be presented Satur-
day. July 27, and Sunday, July 28
by the Ballet Arts Center in the
May Bonfils Stanton theater at
Loretto College. Beverly Miura is
to dance one of the roles. She is
the daughter of the Tod Mluras of
7067 Beacon Way, Westminster.
Connie Takamine will be among
the performers intheDenverCivic
Ballet at Red Rocks on Tuesday,
July 30. Connie, daughter of the
Tol Takamines, will perform in
Swan Lake, Greek Symphony, and
Spanish Garden.
Rehearse Kabuki Drama At University
Miss Miyoko Watanabe of New
York City, scheduled to have ar-
rived Monday, will direct and play
a leading role in the English ver-
sion of the kabuki drama, "Naru-
kami," at DU Theater Aug. 13-17.
The artist, a portege of the late
Danjuro Ichikawa XII, Japanese
kabuki actor, will direct the pro-
duction and perform in the role of
Princess Taema, according to Dr.
John D. Mitchell, director of the
International Theater Festival on
the DU campus. Costumes for the
production, he said, are being made
in Japan especially for this pro-
duction. "Measurements of the
clothes," Mitchell said, "were
tailored for Cacuaslan actors and
actresses who are considerably
taller than the Japanese counter-
parts.. They are being made by the
costume makers of the Kabuki
theater in Tokyo."
Miss Watanabe, an accomplished
instructor in acting, odorl and
samisen, maintains a school at the
Nippon Club in New York City.
ing class at Sierra Grande was Sharon Tanaka, daughter of the Roy
Tanakas of San Acacio. San Luis Valley JACL chapters scholarship
was awarded to Lawrence Kawanabe, graduate of La Jara High School,
who will attend CSU at Fort Collins. He is also recipient of Sears
Roebuck Foundations Freshman Scholarship. Lawrence is son of
the Tom Kawanabes of Fort Garland.
Executive Order
Governor John Love last week
issued an executive order to pro-
hibit discrimination in the several
aspects of state government func-
tions, including appointments to
state positions, promotions, con-
tracts for public works, and in the
services provided by state regula-
tory and licensing agencies.
In describing problems relating
to minority groups, Governor Love
cited population figures in the state
for three groups: 157,000 Spanish
Americans, 40,000 Negroes and
3,000 Japanese Americans.
The Japanese American popula-
tion for this state was 6,846 in 1960.
This figure was reported by the
U.S. Bureau of the Census upon
completion of its decennial popula-
tion count taken in that year.
More than 150 persons repre-
senting labor, religious, educa-
tional and minority groups, as well
as representative of various go-
vernmental agencies, met at die
Cosmopolitan Hotel last week. That
meeting on "Civil Rights and Em-
ployment Practices in Colo." was
sponsored by the Colo. Labor
Council and the State Anti-Dis-
crimination Commission.
Where Is Julia?
Boulder Class of 1943 of
Boulder High School is preparing
to hold a gala reunion dinner dance
and a picnic the first event
on Aug. 18, and second event on
the following day.
Since their graduation day 20
years ago, class members have
scattered, so class officials are
trying to find their presentwhere-
abouts, and to invite them to at-
tend.
One of the alumnae they want
to find is Julia Nakagawa. Anyone
know where she lives?
TWO JAPANESE WOMEN
AMONG NATURALIZED
John T. Clingan, district direc-
tor of the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service, reported
that two Japanese women were
among the 132 residents of this
state who were naturalized asUjS.
citizens last month.
They are: Mrs.TokukoLandreth
of Bayfield, and Mrs. Ryoko New-
ham of 1565 Nursery st., Aurora.
Baytirld is a community near Dur-
ango in southwestern Colorado.
NAME NISEI ENVOY
TO UNITED NATIONS
David Koh Chiba, 54, San Fran-
cisco-born nisei, was named by the
Japanese government as its
ambassador to the United Nations,
succeeding Akira Matsui. He was
promoted the rank of chief of the
Japanese permanent mission to the
U.N.
Chiba, now ambassador to Iran,
is a veteran of 31 years of ser-
vice in his country's diplomatic
corps. Prior to his appointment
to Iran, he was Japan's ambas-
sador to Mexico. He has also serv-
ed in that countrys embassies in
China, prior to World War II,
and in BraziL
Community Picnic
Annual community picnic spon-
sored by Mile Hi JACL and Japan-
ese Assn, will be heldSunday, July
28, at Rocky Mtn. Park.
General chairman for the event
is Dr. Eizo Hayano, president of
the association. Others from both
organizations, in charge of various
aspects of the outing, include Ar-
thur F. Takamine, Harry Matoba,
Ken Suzuki, Masaemon and Yutaka
Terasaki, Seishiro Nakamura,
Frank Torizawa, HenrySuzuki, and
Yutaka Inai.
Alene Terasaki
Nane Girl To Study
In Germany Next Tern
A 16-year-old sansei is expect-
ed to be the only student fromDen-
ver selected to spend next school
year in Germany under the Ameri-
can Field Services Americans
Abroad program. She is Alene
Terasaki, daughter oftheTakTer-
asakis.
The Denverite will spend a year
with the family of Dr. and Mrs.
Karl Gegner, physician, in Be-
merode, suburb of Hanover, who
have a 15-year-old daughter. She
will attend St.Ursula's HighSchool
for girls.
Alene, who would have enrolled
as a senior at East High this fall,
will emplane for New York City
on Aug. 16. She, and other students
bound for Europe under the pro-
gram, will board a vessel on the
following day.
A pertinent note: Alene, who
studied French and Spanish in high
school, is now taking a cram course
in the German language under a
tutor.
MEMORIAL, SERVICE
FOR FUNAK06HIS -
Simpson Methodist Church an-
nounced that a memorial service
for the late Mr. and Mrs. H.
Funakoshi was held Sunday in Fort
Lupton. Families related to the
couple, who were killed last year
in an auto accident, include the
Frank Uranos, Bob Nodas, John
Kiyotas, George Masunagas, Fred,
Ken and Sam Funakoshis.
THE FORMER MISS MACHDCO MIYOSHI of Ault became the bride
of Joseph Nakagawa of Wiggins in services performed recently at Simp- -
son Methodist Church. Bridal party from left: Yoshimasa Mikawa,
Kazumasa Mikawa, Mr. and Mrs. Nakagawa, Miss Masami Miyoshi
and Mrs. Haruko Kinoshita. Young lady in foreground, the flower girl,
was not identified. Photo by Howard Oda.
BULK RATE
U.S.POSTAGE
PAID
DENVER,COLO.
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Ho* 68 Wednesday, July 24, 1963
ANNUAL OBON FESTIVAL at Buddhist Church annually attracts many participants and fans. Glimpsed
among participants Sunday night were, at left, Mrs. Violet Kagiyama, the Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai, Marsha
Nitta, the Rev. Noboru Tsunoda, Georgianne Fukuhara, Dianne Mayeda and Cheryl Takahashi. Marsha is
daughter of the Kay Nittas; Georgianne is daughter of the Jim Fukuharas; Dianne is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Bob Mayeda; Cheryl is the daughter of the Frank Takahashis. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
Post High Averages
Yosh Miyamoto posted a 176
average in the DBAC summer
bowling series at Bowl Mor, ac
cording to a score sheet posted
at the Bowl-Mor, for the period
ending in June.
Others with high averages in-
clude: (number of games, total
pins, average) Jack Ishida, 6-941-
156; Frank Yoritomo, 6-929-154;
Jim Motoyama, 6-926*154; Harry
Nagata, 6-912-152.
Roy Hishinuma, 6-911-151; Sam
Kato, 3-439-146; Joe Nakayama,
6-380-146; Ed Shimoda, 6-875-
145; Frank Kamibayashi, 3-424-
141; Frank Kimura, 6-817-136;
Rusty Tsukamoto, 6-814-135; Sid
Higashi, 6-813-135; Leonard Ito,
6-730-121.
Sally Sakamoto lead the ladies
in the league with 3-451-150, Other
high averages were: Lillian Sato,
6-816-136; ICiyo Tsukamoto, 6-
791-131; and Amy Tsumura, 6-
699-116.
OBTAIN LICENSE
FOR BEAUTICIAN
Mrs. Lillian Terasaki of 5960
Clear Creek Dr. recently obtain-
ed her license from the Colorado
State Board of Cosmetology.
ASPEN GLADE, HIGH IN RIO GRANDE National Forest was the
scene of recent San Luis Valley JACL chapter's community picnic.
Original of this picture was in gorgeous color. Fellow up front,
quietly contemplating setting is not identified. People in background
are few of the picnickers who attended the event. While the name of
photographer for this picture is not known, we thank him for it. Also,
we acknowledge and thank the person responsible for patiently ob-
taining individual permissions, and gathering this picture and photo-
graphs of valley graduates Mrs. Kiyoko Yoshida, secretary, San Luis
Valley JACL chapter.

Origin Of Karate
Karate is one more of the many
Japanese physical art-skills,
which include judo and kendo.
Hldetaka Nishiyama, karate godan,
was here from Los Angeles to
demonstrate this skill, first of all
to Interested members of the Den
ver police force. Its officers and
patrolmen see practical use for
this skill in their work.
Karate, first reported in China,
was a known art in Okinawa more
than 300 years ago. From there,
It was brought to Japan about in
the year 1900, according to an
encyclopedia.
Essentially, karate involves
striking an opponent with hands,
knees, elbows and feet. The object
is to strike at sensitive parts of
the body throat, temple, and
so on. An expert karate artist can
strike at brick, or a board, and
shatter them.
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Brighton Members of the
Homemakers 12 Club met last
week. They made an item called
"Tillie Teacups." Members pre-
sent included Mrs. Dennis Tokun-
aga.
PURCHASE PROPERTIES
Dr. Koji Kanai recently pur-
chased the property at4285Dudley
st. in Jefferson county.
Mikyo Matsuura purchased the
residence at 12211 West Louisiana
ave.
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SANSEI STUDENTS in Califor-
nia who put in after-school hours,
or Saturdays, to learn Nihongo, can
now obtain language credit for it in
the public schools. It required a
California1 state legislature's sta-
tutory enactment recently to make
this arrangement possible.
Instruction in Nihongo has been
available to the niseis on the west
coast since the early 1920's-soon
after an appreciable numbers of
them became of school age to
warrant establishment of nihongo
gakkos.
Here in Colorado, it should not
be impossible to adapt existing ar-
rangements. High school graduates
and transferees often take profic-
iency examinations in stated
courses to obtain academic credit
in the universities. A sansei pro-
posing to enroll at a college in
Colorado, who completed his Ni-
hongo studies, for example, at the
Buddhist Church school in Denver
might be able to take a profic-
iency examination in the language
to obtain college language credit.
IN SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., five
niseis are among the language.
instructors taking special course
at Seton Hall University. These
niseis teach Nihongo in high
schools. Supervisor of the five
instructors for the course, which
Page 2
ends Aug. 23, is a Dr. Toyoal
Uyehara. The program, design
specifically for high school in-
structors in the Japanese ant
Chinese languages, is financed by i
grant from the Carnegie Corp,
This language institute balances
class instruction with supplemen-
tary projects. The Nihongo in-
structors live in dormitories with
persons fluent in the language.
Additionally, arrangements have
been made for them to make fre-
quent forays into New York City to
.visit such establishments as the
Bukkyo Kai, attend Japanese movie
programs, and lectures on Japan-
ese cultural subjects.
HEAD GIRL
Westminster Head Girl at
Westminster high school next aut-
umn Will be Carol Jitsuda of-#L20
kaleigh PI. f
BASEBALL GAMES ON
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Senior. Division: Bussei vs.
Brighton at 12:30; Mile Hi Mer-f
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Ft. Lupton at 1:30' at Greeley,'
Island Grove,
Pee Wee ^Division; Greeley. vs..|
Simpson Methodist at 12;30; Mile-
High Merchants vs. Bussei. red j
at 3:15; both at 26th and Holly;
Bussei Blue vs. Ft. Lupton at 1:30,
at Ft. Luoton.
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Rocky Mountain Jiho page 3
Elect Mayeda
Bowling Chief
Dr. Bob Mayeda was elected last
week to the presidency of Rocky
Mtn. Nisei Bowling Assn; He suc-
ceeded J ohn Sakayama.
The organization, an outgrowth
of the old Denver Nisei Bowling
Assn., is composed of various
leagues in the Denver metropoli-
tan area, including the leagues
from the Buddhist and Simpsqp
churches, Cathay Post, Celebrity
Lane Niseis, Colo. Nisei Class-
ics, Nisei Women's league, and
Brighton, JAA. The association
also embraces out-of-town leagues
and groups from Ark. Valley, Fort
Lupton, San Luis Valley, Long-
mont, and elsewhere.
Mayedas cabinet includes: 1st
v.p., Sam Inai; 2nd v.p., Pete
Menda; record, sec., Jean Sato;
corresp. sec., Michi Iwata; treas.,
Iwao Nlshikawa; and public re-
lations, John Sakayama.
Retiring officers include: Saka-
yama, v.p., Gene Ikeya; secretary,
Michi Iwata*
BOARD MEMBERS
DETERMINE PROGRAM
Members of the board of Simp-
son Church met last week. It nam-
ed Meach Nogami and Floyd Bur-
rous as co-chairmen of the pic-
nic Sunday, Aug. 4, at Berkeley
Park.
Preaching schedule in August
is as follows: Aug. 11, Rev. Jona-
than Fujita; Aug. 18, Mas Okada
of Boulder, Aug. 25, YouthSunday,
directed by J oe Ariki.
Officials present at the meet-
ing were: Sam Matsumoto, the J oe
Akiyamas, the Tol Takamines,
Virginia Ito, Mary Fujii, Shirley
Sunata, Joe Ariki, Hideo Hama-
mura, Sachi Boyer, Jean Sato,
Satoshi Tatsumi.
Gallatin Canyon
Just the notion of getting away
for a whole day of fishing, for
some, is an achievement; but to be
able to fish for a week at a choice
spot up in Montana, without cost
to the fisherman that's imposs-
ible, of course.
But it wasn't so, for Sam Mat-
sumoto. He recently accepted with
alacrity an invitation from his New
York Life Insurance Co. super-
visor, Tom McCusker, to fish up
at the fabled Gallatin River Can-
yon. Its a dream of a fishing
area north of West Yellowstone
Park in Montana.
Matsumoto was awarded with
this invitation for having been cited
as one of top regional agent of
the firm for the fifth consecutive
year.
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NO. 68, Wednesday, July 24, 1963
Rocky Mountain Jiho Page 8
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