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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, August 7, 1963
No. 70
Hunan Relations
Formation of a human relations
committee was recommended at
the meeting here of the Colo.-
Wyo. Joint Council of Teamsters.
The Council said it was taking
this step to implement a civil
rights program undertaken by the
Western Conference of Teamsters
and, to deal with civil rights com-
plaints.
A resolution from the Council
stated that, however, the most ef-
fective way to assure racial equal-
ity is to make job opportunities
available to all qualified members
on an equal basis.
COMPETE IN SUMMER
NATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Los Angeles Milton Ozaki of
Littleton and Elliott Gray of Den-
ver were first in their section at
the Summer National Tournament
of American Contract Bridge Lea-
gue here.
A top achievement of a Denver
player in the tournament was
chalked up by Mrs. Rose Neal, 70,
life master for 30 years, who won
the two and a half red points
to go over the top. Ozaki, who
recently became a life master,
was one of her partners.
TWO REQUEST
PEN PALS HERE
Two Japanese students request-
ed The Rocky Mountain Jiho for
pen pals.
A letter from a 16-year-old
girl stated that she wanted to know
more about the United States, and
that she wished to learn about
this country through correspon-
dence in the English language. She
is Junko Matsukawa. Her address
is 2-27 Bishoen, Abenoku, Osaka,
Japan.
A boy, a year younger, also wish-
es to correspond with a Denver
nisei or sansei. He is Hisayuki
Kuroda of 92 Isazu Mizuru City,
Kyoto, Japan.
AT BEAUTY SALON
Mrs. Lillian Terasaki is em-
ployed at the May D-F Beauty Sa-
lon.
Two Turbine Bids
Two Japanese tribune equip-
ment manufactures made appar-
ently successful bids on two se-
parate water power porjects one
last winter for the Blue Mesa
power plant on the Gunnison river
near Montrose, the other at Au-
burn in northern California.
The Hitachi, New York, Ltd,, a
Japan engineering and manufactur-
ing company's export subsidiary,
is to supply, and to erect over the
next three-year period, vertical
shaft turbines for the bid amount of
$612,659.
At Auburn, Calif., on the site
of Middle Fork American river
project, the Shibaura Electric Co.
of Tokyo is to deliver five water
turbines valued at $280,000 by May,
1965.
The Baldwin-Llma Hamilton
Corp., an American turbine manu-
facturer, had protested Auburns
acceptance of Japanese turbines.
No similar protest was reported
with respect to the letting of bids
to Hitachi on the BlueMesa project.
ESPECIALLY AFOOT
"This Is A
Kansas City, Missouri "It's
a mighty big country! "NoboruTa-
jima, leader of Waseda Univer-
sitys five-man transcontinental
hiking team admitted to the artist,
Takahiko Mikami. His exhausted'
companions readily agreed.
The five, who leftDenver in mid-
June, arrived here last week, en-
route to Chicago, while Mikami,
who drove here from Denver, left
that city last week.
The students arrived here last
week a day ahead of Mikami, who
drove his automobile.
The artist and the boys have at
First Shipment Of Altar Pieces Arrive

First of the several shipments
of altar equipment for the Budd-
hist Church has arrived, to com-
plete the replacement of altar
pieces destroyed by fire last sum-
mer, church officials announced.
The first shipment, weighing 800
lbs. including crating weight, as
well as balance of the shipment,
are being fabricated for the church
by a firm of artisans in Kyoto.
Explanatory note, accompanying
the first shipment, was signed by
Bunzo Kyogoku, proprietor of the
establishment in Kyoto.
CHURCH SERVICES
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1947 Lawrence st.
10 a.m., Sept. 1, Sunday School
classes will resume regular ses-
sions.
10:30 a.m., regular Sunday ser-
vices.
Adult nisei services, every sec-
ond Friday of each month at 8 p.m.
SIMPSON METHODIST
CHURCH, 3401 High St.
9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
9:30 a.m., English service.
11 a.m., Japanese service.
7TH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th St.
9:30 a.m., Sabbath School.
11 a.m., Sabbath service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, 2250 Tremont PI.
9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
10:40 a.m., Sunday service.
ON A RLCLNT bCNDAYAF-
TERNOON, the Busseis defeated
Brighton, 7-2 in the NCNBL ser-
ies. In top photo, the Busseis are
afield practicing. In foreground,
their Capt. Floyd Ito is conferring
with Jim Imatani, coach-manager
of the Brighton team.
Bussei roster included Ron Ya-
mamoto-ss, Tom Kimura-ss, Yui-
chi Nishimoto-c, Ito-c, Duane
Hasegawa-lb, Stan Ishimoto-3b,
Ralph Mura-2b, RustyTsukamoto-
rf, and James Miyake-lf.
Brighton roster included: Ed
Imatani-2b, D. Sasa-lb, Sam Sa-
saki-c, Paul Okada-3b, George
Tani-cf, R. Imatani-ss, Willie
Tani-p, Don Chikuma-lf, and Ken
Tani-rf.
In another senior NCNBL game
on the same afternoon, Mile Hi
Merchants defeated Welby, 7-6.
Batteries were: Merchants: Eu-
gene Tochihara-p. LincoInShibao-
relief p Yosh Nago-c. Welby:
Ed Mayeda-p, Tosh Furuiye-re-
lief p., Tom Muroya and Doug
Tsutasui-c.
Fellowship Speaker
Dr. Joseph Uemura, formerly of
Denver, will be the speaker tonight
at the fellowship hour of Iliff School
of Theology.
Professor Uemura is chairman
of the philosophy department at
Morningside College in SipuxCity,
Iowa. He is now serving as a mem-
ber of the summer faculty at Iliff.
The visitor is a graduate of the
seminary.
Mighty Big Country!
least a few things in common -
they are bound for New York
City. They passed through Den-
ver. They all started their jour-
ney from San Francisco. Mikami,
however, is doing his cross-coun-
try travel by driving his own auto.
The boys, who have been hiking a-
cross Kansas since mid-June, left
for Chicago on Aug. 1. They be-
gan the journey by walking out of
San Francisco last Mar. 18.
The students expect to arrive
in New York City by mid-Novem-
ber, rather than as originally plan-
ned, late in December.
rI he picture below was snapped
at the peewee game between Gree-
ley, in the field, and Simpson
Church at bat. Greeley catcher is
Milton Tokunaga; pitcher was Rus-
sell Hagihara. They were coached
by Harold Tateyama and Fig Ishi-
guro. Simpsons mighty little bat-
ter up is David Goto, pitcher. The
team is coached by Beans Yama-
moto and Yosh Aral.
The Two Y's Men
Boulder Two Y's Men from
Yokohama were visitors here last
week.
They were Toshio Taka tori from
the international division of Japan
Y's Men, and Yoshitomi Okada,
vice president of the club in that
city.
The Y's Men is a YMCA or-
ganization.
Okada is associated with a pro-
pane gas sales organization, used
in Japan as fuel for cooking stoves
and other heating requirements.
Japanese propane gas, the visi-
tor explained, is shipped in all the
way from its source in the Per-
sian Gulf region.
MEMORIAL GOLF
TOURNEY SLATED
Brighton The second annual
Lee Taylor Memorial Golf Tourney
will be held tomorrow, Aug, 8, at
the Boulder Country Club. Tour-
nament winner last year was Dr.
Charles Fujisaki.
APPOINT ASSISTANT
CASHIER AT BANK
La Junta, Colorado-born Kiyoshi
Fujinami, it was reported, was
promoted last week to the'posi-
tion of assistant cashier of the in-
ternational division of Bank of
America in-Los Angeles.
Chess And 6oh
Ten-year-old Dennis Eshima,
some day, may turn out to be-
come a crack chess player. He
competed in the Midgets' class
last week at Wyatt School at 3620
E. Franklin st. Meanwhile, in the
Nihonjin Kai Hallat2l09Lawrence
st. these afternoons, the attention
of men of Dennis' grandfather's
generation are centered on a game
which might be a distant cousin
of chess goh.
Dennis is the son of the Nobuo
Eshimas of 2435 Calif, st.
Over in Aurora last week the
town's recreation department
staged a track meet for 5-to-l2
year-olds. There, in the 10-year-
old girls' division, Dora Kawa-
moto's team won second place
in the 50-yard dash event.
RETURNING HOME
Friends of Mrs. Takino Taka-
matsu received letters indicating
that she is leaving Japan in mid-
August to return to her home here.
She has been visiting in Japan
for several months.
Toranosuke Mayeda of Denver,
treasurer of the Tri-State Budd-
hist Church, returned recently
from a trip to Japan. His tour
included a visit to Kyoto where he
met Kyogoku and was shown
through his plant.
Items in the first shipment are
believed to be, primarily, the at-
tachment pieces. Principal ritual
equipment are to arrive in die sub-
sequent shipments.
The preparation of these items,'
Mayeda explained, is a painstak-
ing work. Wood crafted pieces are
lacquered with as many as seven
coatings.
PRIEST VISITOR
The Rev. Gisei Motoyama of
Kumamoto, Japan, has been visit-
ing here. He was the guest of honor
last night at a dinner given in
his honor by the Buddhist Church
at die 20th St. Cafe.
Fish, Bamboo, Birds
Techniques for painting fish,
bamboo and birds will be demon-
strated by Takahiko Mikami on TV
station KRMA.
Officials of the station said po-^
pularity of the films at first show-
ing prompted them to present
them again.
The films will be shown on the
following successive Tuesdays at
7:30 p.m.: Introduction on Aug.
6, the subjects of fish on Aug. 13,
bamboo on Aug. 20, and birds on
Aug. 27.
The painting is done with brush
and sumi.
WORLD TOUR
COMPLETED
Mrs. Ichiyo Uyeno of 1564 Har-
rison st. recently returned from
a world tour.
She had joined the tourists in
San Francisco, from where they
emplaned for London and Europe
via the polar route. They visited
cities in the Near East, including
Jerusalem and Cairo, Egypt, and
the Far East.
Opera Singer
Aspen The venerable Wheel-
er Opera House was the scene of
the opera, "Cosi Fan Tutte," on
July 26-27-28.
Kuniaki Hata from Kobe, Japan,
was the alternate, playing in the
role of Guglielmo, in this pro-
duction.
GIRLS NATION
Washington, D.C. Kathleen
VArhies, 16, of Hawaii was elect-
ed president of the Girls Nation
last week. A delegate from the
Mountain Plains Area is Susan
Ujifusa from Worland, Wyo.
IT WORKS SOMEWHAT LIKE A THERMOSTAT
Greeley Think of the thermos-
tat in winter. It keeps the house
warm.
A tensometer, geared to irriga-
tion pump, can provide irrigation
water automatically to row crops
on farms. When tensometer drops
to given point, indicating dry soil,
it can turn on the water pump.
When soil has had enough irrigation
water, the meter can automatically
shut off the pump.
Things haven't as yet reached
this advanced stage here in ex-
periment being conducted on sev-
eral farms by Weld County Exten-
sion Horticulturist Charles Urano.
But he is trying out the tenso-
meter, a simple glass cylinder
devise which, when plunged into
the soil, measures its moisture
content.
As soil moisture decreases, the
cylinder's vacuum tension in-
creases. Conversely, when soil
moisture increases through ir-
rigation, the tensometer's vacuum
decreases. Experiment with this
instrument may enable farmers to
know when, and how much to irri-
gate and to avoid both over-dryness
of soil and excessive irrigation.
Avoidance of these conditions can
save money for the farmer.
U.S.FOSTAG&
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
FAR FROM HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hardesty,
Jr., will be the host for the coming
school year when 18-year-old Ken
Takeno of Tokyo arrives to attend
Wheatridge High School this
autumn.
The student's visit is sponsored
by the American Field Service of
New York City. Takeno, who is
to arrive in San Francisco Aug.
24, hadnt studied English, but
developed adequacy in the language
by listening to English broadcasts
on radio and television.
HIGH SERIES
Fort Lupton Jean Okubo cap-
aired one of the high series scores,
with 491, in the Monday Night
Ladies League at the Fort Lup-
"ton Lanes.
In the Scratchers League, Tom
Urano scored 570 in the high ser-
ies.
Pago 2
Hasegawa's Team Posts Top League Score
The recently concluded Nisei
Mixed Summer League at Dahlia
Lanes yielded top team spot to
the unit fielded by Willie Hase-
gawa. His team won 14 games, lost
7, with 818 high game and a 2431
high series.
RESULTS OF NISEI MIXED
SUMMER LEAGUE SERIES
Shig Morishige
Bob Hoshijijua
Willie Hasegawa
Ben Yanaga
Tom Hasegawa
George Tsukamoto
Bob Fong
Ed Mayeda
Mi Vt *oda
Gene Tagawa
WOMEN'S DIVISION
Average Miohi Iwata
187,50 Betty NoSuohi
181Il6 Linda ^uroda
181*11 MarSe Morishige
177Iso E3-lerl Ma-yeda
176.16
175.80
175.50
175.30
173.15
173.00
168.50
150.30
141.20
137.80
136.10
1000 CLUB MEMBER
San Francisco National JACL
headquarters reported one re-
newal of membership in the 1000
Club from the Mountain Plains
district during the first half of
July Kody Kodama of Denver,
for the fourth year.
NAME PTA OFFICERS
Westminster Mrs. Harry Ariki
is the secretary of the PTA at the
FoM. Day School, according to the
roster of organization's officers
released last week.
"WIN COFFEE URN AND
KITCHEN UTENSILS
Brighton The Nisei Women's
Club was one of the organizations
which won prizes in the Majestic
Savings and Loan Assn.'s grab-
bag drawing last week.
The club received as prizes in
the group project, a coffee urn
and pans for 4,700 Gold Bond
stamps.
The F o r u
You may pause and ponder for a
moment about the way these events
occur. The Terasaki and the Ta-
keno families originated in Japan,
even though the immediate family
of the one resides here, and the
* family of the other still resides in
the old country.
In the instances of Alene Tera-
saki, 16, of Denver, and Ken Ta-
keno, 18, of Tokyo, a far-off de-
vice and the cause is moving
them about. Their benefactor is
the American Field Service of New
York City.
The AFS is about to pluck pert
and pretty Alene, a sansei, from
her East Denver home, to the home
of a family in Bemerode, a suburb
of Hanover, Germany. At the same
time, AFS is delivering Ken to the
family of Mr. and Mrs. Willard
A. Hardesty, Jr., of 3975 Holland
st. in Wheatridge.
They might even have met to
shake hands, but for the fact that
Alene emplanes Aug. 16 for New
York City, enroute to Europe; while
Ken, enroute to Denver, disem-
barkes in San Francisco two days
later.
For the two children, this will
be a year of wondrous, youthful
experience the one experiencing
life in a German girls' high school,
and the other, attending a co-edu-
cational high school in a Denver
suburb.
Meanwhile, for the forthcoming
momentous year,. the periodic
thoughts of the Terasakis, doubt-
less, will be about their daughter
in far-off Germany; while the pride
and wonder of the Takeno family
in Tokyo, doubtless, will be upon
-their son, far away in Denver,
U.S.A. The visitor has no known
relative in Denver.
masamoti
m
CHUGWATER, WYOMING, WAS THE DESTINATION of this group
of Simpson Church girls. They were accompanied to the camp by the
Rev. Paul Hagiya. Others here, from left, are: Marlene, daughter of
the Tad Shimizus; Roberta, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Yosh Ito; Re-
becca Walker; Nori, daughter of theSargeTerasakis; and Edith Schaier.
JUNIOR NET TOURNEY
TO BE IN POCATELLO
Pocatello, Idaho, will be the
scene of the seventh annual Inter-
mountain District tennis matches
beginning Aug. 18.
Teams from Colorado at the
tournament will include the girls*
junior league team, composed of
Agnes Silverstein, Jennie Wil-
helm and Susan Ando, all of Den-
ver, and Maricaye Christenson of
Grand Junction.
PIANIST PLAY
AT AUDITORIUM
Miss Etsuko Tazaki, pianist,
performed July 31 at Phipps audi-
torium under the Young Artists of
Aspen sponsorship.
The pianist from Tokyo is a
student at Jullxard School ofMusic
in New York City under a Full-
bright scholarship.
MRS. NAKAMURA
SUFFERS STROKE
Littleton Mrs. Seishiro Naka-
mura was stricken at her home
last week with a paralyzing stroke,
it was reported.
BROWNIES ENCAMPMENT
La Junta Pearl Hamano was a
member of the Brownie Girl Scout
Troop 5 which recently held an
encampment near hear. The girls
dubbed the camping site as "Fort
Bent."
SUNDAY, AUG. 11
NCNBL SENIOR DIVISION
Greeley vs. Busseis at Island
Grove in Greeley, 1:30; Welby vs.
Brighton at E. 37th ave. and Clay-
ton st,, 3:15; Fort Lupton vs.
Simpson Church at Brighton, 1:30.
PEEWEE DIVISION
Fort Lupton vs. Mile Hi Mer-
chants at E. 26th ave. and Holly
st., 1;30; Simpson Church vs.
Brighton at Brighton, 1:30; Bussei
Reds vs, Bussei Blues at E. 37th
ave. and Clayton st., 12:30.
Bowl in Cool
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FORT LUPTON LANES
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GREELEY WINS, 17-0
Greeley defeated Fort Lupton
baseball team by score of 17-0
on July 28. In this NCNBL game,
Fort Lupton's pitchers were
Ishida, Fujii, Okamoto; cathcers:
Kawakami, Urano. Greeley bat-
tery:. pitchers, Nishi, Inouye;
catcher: D. Miyoshi.
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