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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 70

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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 70
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Rocky Mountain Jiho
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Wednesday, July 31 1963
Ho* 69
DETERMINE CIVIL RIGHTS POLICY OF LEAGUE
ART OF SUMI PAINTING WAS
DEMONSTRATED byTakahikoMI-
kami of San Francisco last week
in the auditorium of Denver Public
Library. Consul Toshihiko Kubota
of San Francisco accompanied the
artist on his transcontinental auto
trip as far as Denver, then flew
back to Bay City.
In photo on right, the consul
is shown with Jinzo Noda, left.
The Nodas, after the party, were
hosts at party given in*their home
for the visiting San Franciscans.
Fftoto at auditorium was taken by
Hiromu Okada.
Artist-Lecturer Captivates Audience
All you need is a fu-de, a sheet
of paper, and a bottle of sumi.
Then, with a few deft strokes, you
can sketch a picture of a horse,
or a delicate pony or almost
anything else that strikes your
fancy.
At least that's how the San
Francisco artist, TakahikoMikami
explained the art to his enchanted
audience last week at the Denver
Public Library auditorium.
Enroute to New York City, his
next illustrated talk on sumi paint-
ing is to be in Kans. City, Mo.,
under sponsorship of the Hallmark
greeting card company. The firm
has purchased many drawings
made by his pupils.
Mikami was accompanied as far
as Denver by Consul Toshihiko
Kubota of San Francisco, who re-
turned to die west coast after the
artist's engagement here.
CONING EVENTS
Two Japanese movies will be
shown next Sunday, August 4, 7
p.m at the Buddhist Church.
They are; "Victory and Defeat",
starring Hiroshi Kawaguchi and
Kojiro Hongo? and "Yasokai San-
dogasa," starring Shintaro Katsu
and Hideo Murata.
Sum, Aug. 4, Simpson Metho-
dist Church picnic at Berkeley
Park.
Hies., Aug. 13, to Aug. 17. Ka-
buki drama, "Narukdmi at DU
Theater.
Urge Quota Revision
President Kennedy last week
urged Congress to replace the im-
migration quotas to the U.S. He
recommended, instead, that immi-
grants be admitted on a basis that
would give priority to those with
skills needed in this country. Sec-
ond priority would be given to those
persons with related individuals in
the U.S.
The President disapproved quo-
tas because it is unjustly weight-
ed in favor of immigration from
northern Europe, and because it
limits immigration from other
areas of Europe, the near and the
far east.
Teacher's Advice
"Single women in America
should push for adoption of the Ja-
panese custom of arranged marri-
age. This will diminish their fret-
ting over this problem".
Source of this pronouncement
is Miss Mlsako Hagano, aged 23,
instructor in Japanese culture and
language at Earlham College in
Pennsylvania, and concurrently
lecturer at Antioch College.
The charming teacher who made
this observation during her recent
trip to New York City, acknow-
ledged possibility that her moth-
er's friends back in Japan are
scurrying about right now to size
up suitable, prospective candidates
for her spouse.
Prepare Acadeay Buddhist Service Altar
Colorado Springs Buddhist re-
ligious services will be held in
a room in the towering new cha-
pel at the U.S. Air Force Academy
for two cadets of that faith, it was
reported. One is a Japanese Amer-
ican, the other, a cadet from Thai-
land.
The chapel already provides
facilities for Protestant, Roman
Catholic, and Jewish services. Ad-
joining the Jewish synagogue is a
separate room In which other re-
' ligious services may be held.
The Revs. Yoishitaka Tamai and
Noboru Tsunoda of the Buddhist
Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Fukuma of the Denver importing
firm, have visited the chapel to
determine the type of Butsu-dan
suitable for the chapel. Mr.
Fukuma made arrangements for its
shipment from Japan. -The altar
equipment is expected to arrive
within tiie next several weeks.
CHURCH KITCHEN
CONSTRUCTION COMPLETE
The new kitchen at the Buddhist
Church has been completed, ac-
cording to Sam Suekama who was
in charge of the construction.
The 14 x 24 installation, he said,
provides more working room for
the ladies preparing meals. The
old kitchen quarters is being used
by Boy Scouts, and by the Sunday
School children.
FLORAL DESIGNER IN
HAMBURG, GERMANY
The gathering known as the In-
ternational Inter-Flora Confer-
ence of Florists in Hamburg, Ger-
many, will be attended by Miss
Zella Fujita, chief designer at the
Westland Flowers. The designer,
who left Denver last week, will be
in Europe for about two weeks.
CoMunity Relations
Naw Chairaan
Richard E. Young, attorney and
president of the Park Hill Action
Committee, was named by Mayor
Currigan last week as chairman of
tiie -mayor's Human Relations
Commission.
The commission seeks areas and
problems of racial and other dis-
crimination in Denver, and recom-
mends methods of promoting rac-
ial harmony.
Crop Prospects
In 2 Valleys
Prospective summer crop re-
ports from southern Colorado in-
dicated that while San Luis Valley,
generally and apparently, did not
suffer abnormally from lack of
rain, Arkansas Valley is exper-
iencing the driest season in 13
years.
Western Canning Co. of La Junta
and the Rocky Ford Conservation
Service indicated that in some
areas, 40% of tomatoes are lost;
likewise, 10% of peas and 30%
of onions. Cantaloupe crop appar-
ently was not seriously damaged,
and harvesting was expected to
begin late in July.
In San Luis Valley, Beraie Wil-
liams, county agent for Alamosa,
Rio Grande and Saguache count-
ies suggested that the "potato
crop looks good," though about
two weeks late year. Har-
vesting of lettuce began early in
Center, and was soon followed
by the harvesting in other sections
of the valley.
On a statewide basis, crop re-
ports indicate thatpotato crop pro-
bably will be 12% below last year's
crop of 1,900,000 hundred wt.
PATIENT RETURNS HOME
Alamosa K. Fuji!, who was a
patient at Alamosa Community
Hospital, was released, and re-
turned to his home.
Determination of a policy toward
civil rights issues has been pon-
dered for some time now by the
National JACL, its chapters and
members.
Finally, on the*week-end of July
20, National Pres. Pat Okura call-
ed in Omaha, Nebr., a meeting of
members of the special commit-
tee, whose task was to prepare,
and to issue, a policy statement
on civil rights.
The policy endorses member-
ship participation in constructive
civil rights programs, and author-
izes the establishment of a JACL
Civil Right Fund in Wash., D.C.
Members of the committee who
met with Okura were, it is re-
ported: Min Yasui of Denver,
chairman of the Mtn. Plains Dis-
trict Council; third national vice-
pres. Bill Marutani from Phila-
delphia, and National JACL's legal
counsel; Mike Masabka, the Lea-
gue's Wash., D.C. representative;
Masao Satow from San Francisco,
national director; and Frank Chu-
man from Los Angeles, immediate
past national president.
The policy statement reminded
League members of 88 chapters
that Americans of Japanese an-
cestry suffered evacuation just
20 years ago solely on the basis
"of our ancestry. The state-
ment, it is reported, further states
that we support the pre-
sent struggle for human dignity now
being dramatized by Negro fellow
Americans."
Nam Minister
Japan's cabinet approved the
appointment of Susumu Nakagawa,
former ambassador to Ghana, as
minister to the United States under
Ambassador Ryuji Takeuchi..
It was also announced that Ha-
rumi Takeuchi Is the new chief
of the ministry's American bu-
reau, succeeding Yoshimitsu Ando^
who became ambassador to Iran.
Ando succeeds Ambassador Da*
vld Ko Chiba, Japan's new U.N.
envoy.
Physicist Visitor
Colorado Springs Dr. Tameichi
Yasaki of Kofu University in Ja-
pan was greeted last week by City
Manager John Biery of Colorado
Springs. The visitor brought greet-
ings from Mayor Arata Watanabe
of Fuji-Yoshida, the sister city.
The visiting physicist, who de-
signed the first nuclear reactor
built in Japan, was accompanied
by Mrs. Yasaki and their daugh-
ter, Sachiko, a co-ed at the Uni-
versity of Denver.
Kofu is the capitol of Yamana-
shi prefecture, where Fuji-Yo-
shida City is located.
Dr. Yasaki has been conducting
research at UC inBerkeley,Calif.,
but from Denver, he left forUno-
but from Denver, he left for Uni-
versity of Michigan to attend a con-
ference.
TRASH BURNING HOURS 1-6 P.M. Trash may be burned in home incenerators from 1p.m. to 6 p.m., it was announced by the Public Works Dept, of the Denver city government. THE FORMER MISS MARY KTTASH1MA became the bride of 1st Lt. Ken Nakauchi of Lowry Air Force Base in ceremony performed at the Buddhist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Yeto Kita- shima, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nakauchi of Gardena, Calif. The bride's brother, Aki, gave her away at the cere- mony. Lieutenant Nakauchi is electronics instructor. Photo by Ed- win Shimabukuro.
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JRage 2
No, S9 Wednesday, July 31, 1963
JACL Naaes Seven Scholarship Recipients
headquarters
One sansei scholar each from
'Colorado, Oregon, and Wisconsin
and four Californians seven are
recipients of JACL scholarship a-
wards, it was announced at national
NCNBL BALL GAMES -
SENIOR DIVISION
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
Bussei vs. Fort Lupton at Fort
Lupton, 12:30 and 3:15; Mile Hi
Merchants vs, Brighton at Brigh-
ton, 12:30 and 3:15; Greeley vs,
Simpson at E. 37th ave. and Clay-
ton st,, 12:30 and 3:15,
PEE WEE DIVISION
Bussei Reds vs. Simpson
Church, 3:15; Brighton vs. Bussei
Blues at 12;30 and 3:15; all at
E. 26th ave. and Holly st.; Mile
Hi Merchants vs, Greeley atGree-
iey, 1:30.
The F o r u
The beginning of the story goes
way back to 1914; the setting was
Paris; the occasion was the be-
ginning of World War I.
The originators of the idea, with
which we are concerned, were
American expatriates. They in-
cluded Waldo Peirce, Malcom
Cowley, Edward Weeks and the late
Sidney Howard.
Pierce is an artist, Cowley is a
literary advisor to the Viking
Press, Weeks is the editor of At-
lantic Monthly magazine, and Ho-
ward was a dramatist.
These expatriates got together
tp organize an ambulance team
which helped to transport wounded
French soldiers. The idea, dor-
mant between wars, revived at the
beginning of World War II.
A few years after the war, in
1948, the group began what was
then a unique program.
That program was to promote
exchange of students between coun-
tries. It is known today as the
American Field Service Student
Exchange Program the program
which, figuratively, is going to
scoop up Alene Terasaki of Den-
ver in a few weeks and put her
in Bermerode, Germany for a year
of schooling and the experiencing
of a way of living that is a bit
foreign to a girl from Denver,
^ For the next year, Alene's ad-
dress will be Bemerode, Germany,
a suburb of Hanover, a city some
60 miles southeast of the port city
of Bremen and 70 miles or so
west of the border of Communist
Germany.
in San Francisco.
The Coloradoan chosen is James
Suekama.
Dr. Frank Sakamoto of Chicago
was chairman of the scholarship
committee. It screened, and sifted
and weighed merits of 60 gradu-
ates nominated by 43 chapters.
Then, the records of 17 final-
ists were reviewed by a judging
committee. The seven were chosen
from this group of finalists.
James, son of theSamSuekamas
will major in engineering at
Columbia Unlv. in New York City.
He received the National JACL
scholarship. Lance Ito of Monterey
Pk. in Los Angeles, recipient of
the Ben Masaoka memorial scho-
larship, will major in the same
field at Princeton Unlv, in New
Jersey.
The Walter Tsukamoto memor-
ial scholarship winners are Ho-
ward Henyoji, the son of the Budd-
hist Bishop and Mrs. Daiyu Hen-
yoji of Portland, Ore., and Amy
Muneoka of Sylmar, Calif. Howard
will become a pre-medical stu-
dent at Harvard University, and
Amy will be an education major
at UCLA in Los Angeles.
The three JACL scholarship a-
wardees, in addition to Suekama of
Denver, are: Arline Hashimoto of
Fresno, Calif., majoring in edu-
cation at Fresno State College;
Richard Naruo of Waukesha, Wis.,
who will major in engineering at
Stanford University in Calif.; and
Gilbert Yamamoto of Sacramento,
Calif., who will become a pre-
med student at UC in Berkeley,
Calif.
Reaind Pledgers
The $520,000Japanese commun-
ity center in Toronto, Canada, is
known as the Japanese Canadian
Cultural Center. Its construction
Is to be completed and about 80%
of die fund has been donated by the
people, mostly JapaneseCanadians
in this area.
But that balance of something
like $110,000, has to be raised
before September. Actually, there
is pressing need for an additional
$40,000; a sum needed for furnish-
ing the building.
Officials of the cultural center
continued to work on the notion that
"If only the remaining good Japan-
ese Canadians would make good
now on their original pledge
amounts to the project, most of
their problem would be solved.*
Fair Housing
BEFORE THE CLOSE OF SPRING TERM, students at Kearney Jr.
High completed a 7 x 20 feet mural design oh a wall of the gymnasium.
Among the eight students who planned and drew the design was Pam
Takeda, third from left in front row. Photo courtesy, The Adams
County Almanac.
NEBRASKANS ENJOY
VISIT HERE
A group of MYF members from
the Methodist Church in Blair,
Nebr., north of Omaha, were
guests at Simpson Church.
Host church's helpers at meals
prepared for the guests included:
Alice Kuramoto, Virginia Ito, Kate
Ariki, June Furuta, Frances Na-
kagawa, Yoshie Hagiya, Mrs.
Harry Nakagawa, Florine Burrous,
Teru Aoyagi, Janis Sakayama,
Nancy and Ann Aoyagi, Eileen Ya-
nase, Christine Sagara, and many
others.
EX-DENVERITE VISITOR
Mrs. Pearl Katayama and her
family were visiting with her par-
ents, the Kenzo Kuwabara of 3125
High st. The former Denverite
now resides with her family in Los
Angeles.
BOY FOR OKITAS
Former Denverite, Mrs. Vir-
ginia Okita Connolly of San Jose,
Calif., is the mother of a new
baby boy. She is the daughter of
the Jim Okitas. Mrs. Okita is
Sam Momiis sister.
BANTAM GIRLS
DIVISION PLAYER
Fort Lupton SherryUranotook
the top high series score in the
Bantam Girls' summer kegling
league last week with a score of
231.
Tom Urano's high series in the
Scrathers League with 563.
Proposed formation of Denver
Fair Housing Council was dis-
cussed last week at a meeting call-
ed in the Macedonia BaptistChurch
in East Denver.
Members of the planning com-
mittee for this work include offici-
als of the State Anti-Discrimina-
tion Commission, and Bill Brad-
ley, spokesman for the Park Hill
Action Committee.
About 150 persons invited to the
meeting were to have discussed
other matters, including a prospect
for legislation, and action by citi-
zens, directed at fair housing op-
portunities throughout the metro-
politan area.
FAMILY ENTERPRISE
PROSPERING
Ault A blacksmith shop, years
ago, was a "must" in rural com-
munities. Healthy growth of the
George Heberleln Manufacturing
Co., specializing in blacksmithing
and welding, shows that it is still
a necessary trade and an art in
rural and industrial communities.
Heberleln started his own little
shop 16 years ago, and performed
most of the work by himself. Now
he's got an average of some 15
people working for him all the time,
including Mrs. Albert Tateyama,
who with Mrs. Heberleln, keeps the
company books.
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Greeley and Welby fired away 8
hits apiece, but Welby managed
to win 8-5 on July 21 at the Clay-
ton st. field.
Greeley's battery included,
pitcher, G. Miyoshl; catcher, D.
Miyoshi. Welby: pitcher D. Yama-
moto; and catcher, T. Muroya.
Yamamoto got 11 of the 18 outs
with strike-outs.
Also at Clayton field, in Pee
Wee series, Busseis defeated
Simpson church, 4-0, with 7 and
6 hits, respectively. Batteries
were: Busseis, pitcher, Y. Yama-
moto; catcher, F. Ito. Simpson
Church: pitcher, M. Ariki; catcher,
Kawamoto.
At Fort Lupton, Mile Hi Mer-
chants defeated host team, 17-14,
with 12 and 15 hits, respectively.
Batteries were: Merchants, pitch-
, ers, E. Tochihara and H. Iwata;
catcher, T. Nago; Fort Lupton:
pitchers, K. Fujii, D. Ishida, K.
Okamoto; catchers, K. Kawakami,
D. Urano. L. Umetani and K. Ta-
gawa of the Merchants hammered
out a home run apiece.
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