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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, -August 14, 1963
No, 71
TRI-STATE BUDDHIST
CHURCH SCHEDULE
Wed., Aug. 21, Obon festival in
Sedgwick.
Fri, Aug. 23, Obon festival in
Scottsbluff, Nebr.
Sat., Aug. 24, services inScotts-
bluff.
Mon.-Tues., Aug. 26-27, ser-
vices in Omaha, Nebr.
THE HAPPY BRIDE AND GROOM are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tsumura.
The bride is the former Elaine Kuritani, daughter of the Henry Kuri-
tanis. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Amy Tsumura. Service was per-
formed at the Buddhist Church.__________
Win Prizes For Crops, Dress-asking
JANICE WINS 2ND PLACE
IN STYLE REVUE
Trinidad The Las Animas
County 4-H Fair and Style Revue
was held here last week.
A second place winner in the
Style Revue was Janice Ogawa of
Trinidad.
Brighton Participants in the
4-H Style Review last week at the
high school auditorium included
several sanseis.
They included: Fay Ito, Pam Fu-
kuma, Colleen Ito, Carolyn Chi-
kuma, and Sharon Kawano.
15-MONTH INFANT
DIES AFTER FALL
The 15-month old daughter of the
Satoru Kimuras of 1730 Lawrence
st., Alys, died Monday at Denver
General Hospital. The Denver
coroners office reported that the
child sustained a skull fracture.
The accident occurred when she
fell down the elevator shaft of a
vacant building at 1728 Lawrence
st. Police officers said the child
was with her father, but she had
wandered away.
Tournament Fees
Teams participating in the sen-
ior NCNBL tournament Sept. 1-2
are requested to do these two
things:
To forward entry fees of $20
per team to Homer Iwata, Jr.,
at 2900 Clermont st., acting league
treasurer, by Wednesday, Aug. 21
and; to mail letters of intent to
participate to DaveTagawa, league
secretary, at 6640 Downing st.
YOUNGSTERS WORK ON
CROPS, CLOTHING
Greeley Several sanseis par-
ticipated last week in the annual
Weld county 4-H fair; The organi-
zation encourages youngsters to
participate in useful activities.
The girls become acquainted with
threads and needles and learn how
to make clothing. Boys learn, and
girls, too, how to plant, care for,
and to raise vegetable crops.
Participants in the fair this year
included Stan Nishi, Shirley and
Steve Ishiguro, and Carl Naka-
gawa in the vegetable exhibition.
First place winner in the clothing
exhibit was Julia Morita, who was
also a winner in this division last
year.
Do You Remember?
La Junta Many conversations
began with "Do you remember..."
at the picnic in the City Park, and
at the dinner-dance.
Naturally so, because the oc-
casion last week was the reunion
of the Swink High School classes
of '50, *51, '52, *53 and *54.Among
those scheduled to bepresentwere
Mrs. Taneko Nagamoto Matoba
from Denver, of the class of '53,
and Mrs, Amy Yagami Coca of the
class of '53, from Rocky Ford.
ATTEND SERVICE
FOR PARENT
The Richard Otas have returned
from Los Angeles, where they at-
tended the funeral service for
Richard's father at KoyasanBudd-
histjtemple.
IN THIS LIVELY SPORT
You Take Life
IrKc
o Your Ovn Hand
Probably the only nisei who par- oka of Denver,
tlclpated In the dare devil rafting XT' die moment, he is out of
race in Moab, Utah, wasJYoshinao action, recuperating atSt. Joseph's
----------^fiospital.
He sustained injuries not in
12 Industrialists
Twelve industrialists from Ja-
pan are scheduled to arrive Sept.
1 to learn something about indust-
rial and economic activities in this
region, according to Miss Eliza-
beth Blanc of the Institute of In-
ternational Education. Persons in-
terested in meeting, or entertain-
ing the visitors, are invited to tele-
phone Miss Blanc at AC 2-1895.
About two dozen visitors from
Japan, whose U.S. tours were
sponsored by the U.S. State Dept.,
have visited Denver during the past
12-month period, according to the
Institute,
Information concerning the 12
tiie race, but in an auto acci-
dent enroute home from the race,
at LeadviUe, Colo.
Site of the race is cm the Colo-
rado rfver where it rushes down
the treacherous gorge coursing
west of Moab. The town lies west
of Grand Junction, Colo. The boat-
ing technique involves racing in a
rubber raft down the cataract of the
river gorge.
indistrialists were received by the
Institute from Mr. O. Tani of the
Japan Productivity organization in
Wash., D.C. The group will be ac-
companied by State Dept, interpre-
ters, Sadayoshi Hamamoto and A.
Goto.
Name Hem Manager
Pres. John Noguchi of the Cath-
ay Post Bldg. Corp. announced this
week the appointment of Al Miya-
gishima as manager of the Cathay
Post restaurant, succeeding Sam
Momii.
Corporation officers feted Mo-
mil at farewell dinner last week
in the Fuji-En restaurant.
Officers of the organization are*
pres., Noguchi; v.p., Yoshiaki
Aral; sec., TomMasamorijtreas.,
Rupe Aral. Board members are:
Frank Kamibayashi, John Naka-
shima, Ben Murakami, Jun Oya,
and the cabinet officers. Ex-offic-
io members are Tom Hikida, post
commander; and Joe Sakato, post
adjutant.
HENRY TOBO
GRADUATES FROM CSU
Fort Collins Henry Tobo of
Denver received B.S. degree in
industrial construction manage-
ment at summer commencement
exercises last week at CSU. He
is the son of Mrs. Fujie Tobo of
2611 Stout st. Another graduate
was Miharu Matsuura of Hawaii,
who received M.S. degree in hor-
ticulture.
Tobo is past president of the In-
ter-Collegiate Students organiza-
tion.
ESTES PARK
SITE OF RETREAT
The YMCA camp at Estes Park,
Sept. 7-8, will be the site of the
third annual Simpson Methodist
Church retreat, it was announced.
The charge per family for the
entire retreat period is $12. Vary-
ing rates have been established for
families and individuals attending
for periods of less than the full
week-end.
Importance of the event is st-
ressed by the church's officials
who authorized its commission
on finance to allocate $500 for this
event, thus reducing the cost to
members.
NEW RESIDENCE
Meach and Yuki Nogami and their
children now reside at 4695 Alcott
st. They moved from their resi-
dence at 4771 Vallejo st.
Sunday Services
SEVENTH 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.
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High st.
9:30 a.m., Sunday SchooL
9:30 a.m., English service.
11 a.m., issei service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1947 Lawrence st.
All services, suspended during
August, will be resumed Sunday,
Sept. 1.
v Next Assigrwent, Hostelry In Arizona
Weather permitting,1v.SamJktamiU
was to have flown out to King-
man, Ariz. early this week, where
he will become manager of dining
facilities of the new Dinosaur Mo-
tel. The establishment is owned
by the Ringsby Truckline of Den-
ver, whose company plane was to
have ferried Sam to his brand new
assignment.
For something like 17 years, a
welcoming trademark of Cathay
Post restaurant has been the hearty
chuckle of Sam Momii, its man-
ager, heard from the kitchen, din-
ing room, or the bar. His wife,
Mary, and daughter, Debbie, will
close their home here soon to join
him.
The new motel is located off
the famed Route 66 in Kingman.
And Kingman is in the triangle
made up of Las Vegas to the
northwest of Kingman, and Grand
Canyon to the northeast.
Vacation Visitors
MOMITS ON VACATION
Dr. Dick Momii and his family
are vacationing at Lake Tahoe,
Calif.
VISITS FATHER
Mrs. Dorothy Kumagai of Phoe-
nix, Ariz., visited with her father,
H. Madokoro, of 2001 Marion st.
FROM WEST COAST
The James Misumis of San Fran-
cisco and Mrs. Ann Sakauye from
Los Angeles visited with their
brother's family, the Floyd Tana-
kas, and their mother, Mrs. Tsuyo
Tanaka.
Editor Visitor
An editorial staff member of a
Japanese industrial publication was
a visitor here last week. He is
Shins aku Kudo, assistant editor
of the publication in Tokyo, the Jit-
sugyo no Nippon. Before departing,
the visitor looked in on the phe-
nomenon known as the Pikes Peak,
or Bust, rodeo atColoradoSprings.
HE WAS AN ADMIRAL
Minneapolis Kaoru Umetani,
quiet helper In his daughter and
son-in-law's restaurant here since
1959, died last week at age 66.
During World War II, he com-
manded an aircraft carrier fleet.
Then, he was known as Admiral
Kaoru Umetani. His son-in-law and
daughter are Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Nelson.
FROM NEW YORK
Irv Matsuda and Mrs. Bessie
Shiyomura recently took Tommy
Matsuda, their vacationing broth-
er from New York City on a brief
fishing expedition.
TOUR ENGLAND
Fort Lupton Mrs. V. R. Mocu-
leskt, receptionist in Dr. George
Uyemura's office, returned last
week from a month's vacation in
England. There, she visited her
parents in Lancashire for the first
time in nearly 12 years.
FROM INDIANA
AND UTAH
Visitors in town last week in-
cluded:
The Frank Haras from Warsaw,
Indiana, and the Dennis Kidas from
Ogden, Utah*
Mrs. HaraisMrs. YoshieHama-
mura's sister, and Mrs. Kida is
the daughter of Mrs. So-me Ko-
suge. _________'
BACK FROM LOS ANGELES
Mary Fujii has returned from
her vacation in Los Angeles.
Services Held For Tokuyasu Of 6reeley
Sojiro Tokuyasu died last week
at his home in Greeley. Friends
there thought the weakened con-
dition of his heart may have been
the cause. He was 74-years-old.
As a teenager, he had arrived
in San Francisco in 1906 from Ja-
pan. Until the outbreak of World
War H, he had farmed most of the
time in Imperial Valley, the valley
on the Mexican border in Cali-
fornia. Then, he moved his family
to Colorado and settled in Greeley,
and there he had been farming
since 1942.
His survivors included his wife,
Mrs. Tome Tokuyasu, and daugh-
ters, Tsuneko of New York City,
and Mrs. Tayeko Mitani of Gree-
ley, and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
the Adams Memorial Chapel in
Greeley. Bhrial was at the Sunset
Memorial Garden.
THE GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA was visited recently by a group
of Denver isseis: Moroku Suehiro, the Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan Fu-
jita and Mrs. Tatsuno Oka. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
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Wednesday, August
DEFENSIVE ART OF KARATE was demonstrated recently at Denver
Judo School's gymnasium. Demonstrating one form of Karate at left
is Hidetaka Nishiyama, godan, of Los Angeles. His opponent at right
is not identified.
Tops In Eight-Teas Voaens Susaer League
SCRATCH LEAGUE
SUMMER SERIES
No -Teams-
3.Jean Sato
6 Jean Matsuda
2 Mats Ito
*8 Marge Ota
7 Sachi Yoshimura
I Mits Kakagawa
5 Tay Kondo
4 Mi chi Twata
Kinu Hiraoka
Michi Ivrata
Lost Dorothy FuJino
Sachi Nakazono
Elaine Matsuda
Yo Sato
Sachi Yoshimura
Mary Morishige
Flo Yoshida
I5jjr 5|
14 7
11 10
11 10
11 10
8 13
8 13
14i
Mits Nakagawa
Mats Ito
Tay Kondo
Jean Matsuda
Jean Sato
Mary Ota
Average
181*12
171.30
169.40
168.14
168.13
161.13
Louise Ota
Sue Mayemura
Peggy Matsumoto
Sadami Kuroda
Helen Ito
Mary Kiga
Sumi Akiyama
Taiko Tagawa
Sue Tagawa
161.70
160.00
159.80
159.60
158.18
158.16
157.40
157.20
156.70
153.80
153.00
151.14
150.60
142.14
141.40
140.90
137.30
136.00
Test Of K Successful Youth Progri
,4Now, because of it (AFS), I
-know that I am a member of the
whole huge family of mankind."
No precise image oi America,
and Americans, probably exists
abroad. We have been pictured
abroad as a nation of do-gooders,
the boastful ones, the "ugly Ameri-
cans." But also, we have been re-
garded as the ingenious, the help-
ful, the generous Americans. How
we are regarded in foreign coun-
tries depends upon the differing
circumstances under which the
assessment Is made of Americans.
The American Field Service of
New York City, about which much
has been written in these columns
for the past few weeks, might be
called a "do-gooder," not epithe-
tically, but in the sense that it has
well performed its role.
The.AFS, maintains a staff com-
posed of paid professional and
volunteer workers at its New York
headquarters and overseas. It is
their job to oversee the whole job,
and that's a considerable one. More
than 3,400 students were handled
last year including foreign stu-
dents who were routed to selected
homes scattered over the U.S.,
and the selected American students
who were sent to homes and schools
abroad. In all, the process involv-
ed peoples in the U.S. and some 50
foreign countries.
In a perceptive staffing arrange-
ment of the Service, the person
responsible for the AFS commit-
tee activities in the U.S. is a
sensible, young Japanese woman,
Miss Sachiye Mlzuki.
masamori
W
The eager young American stu-
dents abroad learn the art of feel-
ing the differences between our
customs and behavior, and those of
their host families abroad. Under
the reciprocal arrangement, visit-
ing foreign students in the U.S.
also have learned to "feel" this
difference, and then to appreciate
their niembership in the "huge
family of mankind.'4
ATTEND MUSIC CAMP
AT FORT COLLINS
Brighton Andy Horiuchi was
one of the seven members of the
high school band who attended the
music camp at CSU in Fort Col-
lins last week. The program was
held July 28-Aug. 4.
CAMERA AND HI FI
Greeley Ken's Camera and Hi
Fi Center is located at 1513 18th
ave.
The "Ken" refers to the pro-
prietor of die establishment. Ken
Hikida.
DAUGHTER BORN
Pierce Mr. and Mrs. John
Sakurai recently became the par-
ents of a baby girl. The child
was bom at the Greeley Osteo-
pathic Hospital.
The F o r u
The national controversy over
civil rights is enabling all Ameri-
cans including the niseis and
sanseis to re-assess their con-
victions about this issue.
The action taken by National JA
CL Pres. Pat Okura of Omaha and
his officers marks, quietly but
firmly, the League's position with
respect to this matter. The JACL
had carefully announced its policy
on civil rights, and had created a
civil rights fund.
The League probably did not take
these steps because die issue in-
volved the Negro, or because it
particularly provoked members of
another non-white racial segment
in America. The League's action
probably was not taken because it
amounted to an on-gaeshi, a re-
ciprocation, for the encouragement
and support received from Negro
leaders and organizations during
its struggle, not so long ago, to
protest the evacuation; or for the
support received from them during
JACL's fight to obtain citizenship
rights for the issei.
The reason for the League's
action is probably a simple one. It
probably took up its position in
this issue because it concerned, not
just the Negro American, but every
American.
Page 2
Leagues Near End Of Playing Season
Two summer-long NCNBL base-
ball leagues are about to wind up
their seasons.
While the senior division's play-
off is on Aug. 18, the peewees
will mount their tournament on
Aug. 24-25.
When League Secretary* Floyd
Ito receives scores from all teams
for all games played in the sec-
ond round of games, we shall know
the names of playoff teams.
The results of senior division
games on Aug. 4 are as follows:
In the double-header, the Mer-
chants subdued Brighton 6-1 and
13-2. Batteries, Merchants: pitch-
ers, H. Iwata, E.Tochihara; catch-
er, Y. Nago; Brighton: pitcher,
G. Tani, R. Imatani, W. Tani;
catcher, S. Sasaki.
Fort Lupton defeated Busseis
4-2 in the first game on Aug. 4,
but the invaders smothered the host
team 12-3 in the second game.
Batteries, Busseis: pitchers, F.
Ito, Y. Nishimoto; catchers, J.
Suekama, F. Ito; Fort Lupton, pit-
chers, K. Okamoto, D. Ishida, K.
Fujii; catchers, Kawakami,B.Wa-
tada.
Nishimoto struck out 16 Brighton
batters in the 7th inning of the sec-
ond game. G. Watada of Brighton
and Ron Yamamoto of Busseis
scored a home run apiece.
In the second Merchant-Brighton
fray, triples were scored by Hank
~Tobo and C.Terada for Merchants,
and by Paul Sasa for Brighton.
So, Mhat EIm?
The Simpson Church's base-
ball teams decided, by sheer ne-
cessity, to forfeit balance of sch-
eduled games in the NCNBL series.
What else can you do when
your team's fire-power melts
away?
Many key players are absent:
short stop, Steve Ando and first
baseman, Mike Ariki have headed
for Oregon, out fielder, Mark Ha-
giya is vacationing in California,
Ron Fox is down in Alamosa, and
the coach, Sergeant Kawamoto, is
vacationing in Yellowstone Park
GIRL CITED FOR
SAFE DRIVING
The State Highway Patrol cited
Irene Ogura of Route 1, E. 119th
place in Thonton as one of the
safe drivers for die month of
June.
WINNER IN 6TH FLITE -
Jim Yamamto defeated Art Lieb-
scher, 87-88, in the City Recrea-
tion Department's annual golf tour-
nament.

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