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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, August 28, 1963
No# 73
JACL Officials Participate In Giant
Parade Staged In Nation's Capitol
National JACL Pres, Pat Okura
of Omaha, Nebr. and other JACL
leaders were scheduled to partic-
ipate today in the March on Wash,,
IN LOS ANGELES
The John Sakayamas are visiting
in Los Angeles.
Need Rides Hoae?
Japanese films will be shown at
the Buddhist Church on two suc-
cessive Sundays, Sept. 1 and 8.
"Kitakaml-gawa no Hatsukoi and
"Suitobi no Jingi are titles of
films to be shown Sept. 1, and
Mitokomon Umi wo Wataru* and
Bara to Ryu'* will be shown on
Sept. 8.
The benefit movie shown on Sept.
8 is sponsored by the Denver Judo
School. Persons requiring trans-
portation after die show may write
their names and addresses on the
advertizement appearing in the
Japanese section of this paper and
leave them at the ticket desk.
Tastily Unity"
Family Unity Through Christ,*'
is the theme of the third annual
family retreat Sept. 7-8 at Estes
Park sponsored by Simpson Meth-
odist Church, according to Bessie
Joko, JuliaKamura and Janet Yam-
akawa. They are in charge of the
registration committee.
Other committee members in-
clude, publicity, Mary Takamine;
recreation, George Yamakawa and
Jun Oya; song leader, Joe Ariki;
refreshments, Mary Fujii, Sachi
Boyer and members of the MYF;
devotions, Joe Akiyama; discus-
sions, HideoHamamura; transpor-
tation, Dale Ritter; advisors, the
pastors.
Program planners have not al-
lowed a moment of the delegates'
time to remain unaccounted for on
Saturday, September 7, from 9:30
a.m. departure from the church,
to snack time at 9:30 p.m. The
program on Sunday begins at 7 a.m.
morning watch. The retreat will
disband at 4:30 p.m. after a fel-
lowship circle.
D.C., for Jobs and Freedom, it
was reported.
The League's representative in
the nation's capitol, MikeMasaoka
said the JACL contingent will
march as a unit and carry its
own identification to dramatize
the Japanese Americans' concern
in the Constitutional rights.
Others who were to have joined
in today's historic march included
Bill Marutani of Philadelphia,
Eastern District Council chair-
man; Edwin Mitoma, Wash., D.c.,
chapters board chairman, and
chapter's board chairman, and
John Yoshino.
Doctorates For T
Boulder The University of Col-
orado awarded 748 degrees at the
summer commencement exercises
Saturday. The speakers were Dr.
Joseph R. Smiley, new president
of CU, and Governor John Love.
Recipients of doctoral degrees in-
cluded Daisy Kuwano of Fort Lup-
ton and MasuoToji of Los Angeles.
Those who received the masters
degrees Jnclude^Richard Yamagu-
qliTof Platteville^
Recipients of bachelors degrees
included Thomas Kobayashi and
Mamoru Sato of Denver, and Jo-
anne Kobayashi of Platteville.
SERVICES HELD . /
AT BUDDHIST CHURCH V
Funeral services for the late Mrs,
Rise Yoshida of 3335 Gilpin st.
was held today at the Buddhist
Church. She was the mother of
Keichi Yoshida, Risano Okazaki,
Fairy Iritani, all of Denver.
SECRETARIES RECEIVE
CERTIFICATES
Lakewood Fourteen Jeffer-
son county School District secre-
taries received certificates for
completion of the professional
standards program of the National
Assn, of Educational Secretaries
last week.
Among those who received the
certificates was Mrs. Ruth Terr
ada. She is employed in die main
office of the school district.. _
COMING EVENTS
Thurs., Aug. 29, Nisei Handicap
league start winter bowling at
Celebrity lanes.
Sun., Sept. 1, movie at Buddhist
church,
Sat.-Sun., Sept. 7-8, Simpson
Methodist Church 3rd annual fam-
ily retreat at YMCA of the Rock-
ies, Estes Park, Colo.
Sun., Sept. 8, 7 p.m. benefit mov-
ie sponsored Denver Judo
Jodo at Buddhist church.
Tues., Sept. 10, Nisei Scratch
league start winter bowling at
Tradewind bowling alleys.
Sun., Nov. 3, Anniversary cele-
brations for Rev. and Mrs. No-
boru Tsunoda at Tri-State Budd-
hist church.
Sat.-Sun, Nov. 9-10, Tri-State
Buddhist church annual bazaar at
the church.
Fri.-Sat., Nov, 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention at Cosmo-
politan Hotel.
He's One Of Bundling Nusber Of Isseis
Active In Major Business Enterprise
Within a month'or so, Granada
Fish Co., Pacific Mercantile Co
and other local suppliers will be
selling newly harvested rice,
A major westcoast supplier of the
product has been the Koda farms
of Dos Palos, Calif. The product
from these farms are sold under
the brand name, Kokuho."
One of the ever-dwindling number
of active issei business men, Kel-
saburo Koda is still the active
head of this family enterprise. He
has been a frequent visitor here,
NCNBL SPONSORS
MDCSER SATURDAY
NCNBL will sponsor a mixer at
the BuddhistChurch Saturday, Aug.
31, 8 p.m. Admission charge for
local guests will be 25 cents per
person. A record player dance
will be held and refreshment will
be served. Ogden, Utah, baseball
team will be guests.___________
NISEI PRIESTESS
Los Angeles Mrs. Kiyota Oka-
bayashi, the former Flora Shio-
hama of Florin, is the first nisei
priestess assigned to the vener-
able Nishi Hongwanji Buddhist
temple in Little Tokyo here,
Mrs. Okabayashi was ordained in
1958 at the Higashi Hongwanji tem-
ple in Kyoto.
Instructor Attends Sumer Workshop
Fort Lupton Miss Haruko Sun-
CHURCH SERVICES
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th st.
9:30 a.m,, Sabbath School.
11 a.m., Sabbath service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, 1645 Newton St.
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. 8:
9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
10 Sunday service.
ata, instructor in business educa-
tion at Mapleton High School, com-
pleted last week her attendance
at the summer workshop on the
CU campus in Boulder.
The workshop for instructors in
this field was organized through
the aid of the state Chamber of
Commerce. The session is de-
signed to acquaint these instruc-
tors with the business and indus-
*try of Colorado. Students supple-
mented classroom work with visits
key business establishments on
both eastern and western slopes
of the state. They visited plants
in Leadville and Pueblo as well
as th e firms in Grand Junction
area.
. Miss Sunata, daughter oftheTan-
eji Sunatas, obtained her bache-
lors degree from DU in 1955.
Before beglning her classroom
work at Mapleton two years ago,
she taught high school in Gering,
Nebr.
HOSPITAL PATIENT
La Junta Mrs. Robert Myeda
was a patient last weekattheMen-
nonite Hospital.
WEST COAST VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Kenzo Fujimori of
1450 Clarkson are vacationing in
San Francisco and Stockton, Cali-
fornia. /
CU Faculty lienh er
Dr. Arthur Yoshikazu Sakakura,
who joins the faculty of the phys-
ics department at CU in Boulder
this autumn, received his high
school diploma at Rowher WRA
camp in Arkansas. He earned bach-
elor and masters degrees atMas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology
and his doctoral degree at CU.
He had been employed at the IBM
plants research organization at
Tarrytown, N.Y. His parents are
the Kenji Sakakuras of San Fran-
cisco, and he is amephew ofKenzo
Fujimoris of Denyer/
STUDENT ARTIST
PERFORMS IN ASPEN
Aspen Seiko Takahashi, pianist,
appeared intheAspenMusicSchool
recital last week. She played Nor-
man Joios composition, Sonata
No. 3.
Bracero Laborers
The House agriculturalmihpower
subcommittee In Wash., D.C., last
week recommended one-year ex-
tension of the program of import-
ing Mexican nationals for labor on
American farms, it was reported.
Supporters of the program, begun
in 1951, argued thatMexicanwork-
ers, the braceros/are necessary to
enable growers in 25 states, in-
cluding Colorado, to cultivate and
harvest their crops. This is so,
they said, because American work-
ers do not want to engage in stoop
labor.
Opponents charged thatAmerican
workers would accept this type of
farm labor if the low pay given to
the Mexicans were raised to do-
mestic pay leveL Mexican labor-
ers receive pay for this work at
rates ranging from 50 cents to $1
per hour.
Establish Agency
The NissanMotors, Incorporated,
is a major Japan motor vehicle
manufacturer's export organiza-
tion in the U.S. This is the es-
tablishment which, in joint ven-
ture with the Prentice-Hall Corp.
of New York City, is reported to be
setting up a field office in Denver,
at the Denver Club bldg.
The Nissan-Prentice-Hallorgan-
ization, which distributes nation-
ally the Japanese autos and auto-
motive accessories, is reportedto
be capitalized at $2,000,000.
NCNBL ANNUAL LABOR DAY TOURNAMENT
Gamas Games
i Sunday Sunday
I Sept.l Spt* 1
f 2 p.m* I 9 a#m#
1 *
(Gamas I Games I
* Sunday Monday j
{Sept. l,Sept 2 J
(2 pm* *8:30 amf#
SEPTEMBER 1 2
especially during the pre-New
Year's holiday season. For, he
also grows and sells mochi-gome,
A story from the west coast says
that this issei genro headed south-
ward last week to Central and
South America. There he is to vis-
it Japanese farm establishments in
districts such as Sao Paolo, Bra-
zil, where resides the largest
number of Japanese inSouth Amer-
ica.
Enroute home, he will stop off
in Mexico City and return to his
farm about mid-September.
Consolation
Champions
23rd &
We It on*
Monday!
Sept#2
12:00 1
noon
Hooky | Cleaners
Mountain
Park 2
37th &
Clayton
37th &
, Clayton
Simpson
Bye
23rd
We It on
Monday
Sept #2
2:45 pm#
Greeley
Rooky
Mountain
Park
Champions
i
" 1 * i
TEAM POSITIONS No. 1 and No. 2 will be filled by Welby and Mile
High Merchants. The winner of the play-off game between these two
teams will be the No. 1 team, and the loser will be designated as the
No. 2 team. Schedule of games was drafted by the NCNBL secretary,
Floyd Ito. ~
Bulk Hat
U.S*Post&6
PAID
Denver, Colo#
Permit Ho #63


Wednesday, August 28, 1963
A SIGN Of MJTUNN
Boiling leagues Ready To Begin Play
, /
Openings In League
Denver Nisei Mixed Bowling
League begins its winter season
on Saturday. Sept. 7, from 8 p.m.
at North Gate Bowling Lanes, 72nd
Av. and Federal blvd.
A few openings for additional
bowlers are still available, league
officials said. They may register
by phoning the following persons:
Mas Kanda, Harry Furukawa, Bon-
nie Yamamoto, TadTanda or Helen
Nakashima.
LEAGUE COMPLETES
SUMMER SERIES
The women's division of the Nisei
Mixed League produced top av-
erage in the summer series re-
cently completed, according to
Helen Nakashima, league secre-
tary.
Mits Nakagawa in the distaff di-
vision averaged 183.14. In the
men's division, top average was
produced by Jim Takaki 180.11.
His high scratch game and series
were 222 and 571. Mits's high
scratch game and series were
268 and 637.
THE HONEYMOONERS
The newlyweds from Los An-
geles, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Yoshi-
mura were recent visitors inDen-
ver. The groom's parents, die Dan
Yoshimuras, formerly resided
here. The bride is the former Yo-
shie Kamiya of Los Angeles.
PASTOR FROM
SACRAMENTO VISITOR
The Rev. Lester Suzuki of Pi-
oneer Methodist Church of Sacra-
mento, Calif., and his family, were
Sure sign of autumn: winterbpwl-^
ing^geason is_about to^fiegin.
^isei^Handicap^League, headed
this season by Shun Nakayartia,
president, will begin its weekly
series Thursday, tomorrow night,
at Celebrity lanes.
Members of the Nisei Scratch
League, piloted this season by
Pres. Sam Inai, are to start their
season on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
The Scratch League will play at
the new Tradewind bowling alleys
on Sheridan Blvd. near Sloans
Lake.
Pres. Sadami Kuroda of theNisei
Women's Bowling League said its
series will begin Wed., Sept. 4, at
7 p.m, at Dahlia Lanes.
PURCHASE HOME
Frank andNobukoRobersonhave
purchased the residence at 2900
Leyden st.
RETURN FROM HAWAII
The Franklin Tamaribuchis have
returned from a combined summer
vacation and graduate school work
in Hawaii. Theyvisited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tamaribuchi
and attended summer sessions at
University of Hawaii. Young Tam-
aribuchi will resume teaching this
autumn at Park Lane School in
Aurora.
Saaller And Snaller
Boulder An objective in the de-
sign of many equipments today is
to make smaller items serve the
purpose formerly achieved with
often large and cumbersome equip-
ment.
This was one of the themes dis-
Club Closing Season
Annual Granada Fish Co. tour-
nament last Sunday ended the sea-
son for Mile High Golf Clubbers.
While scores were not immed-
iately available,' according to Jim
Hanamura, George Nagal toured
the Wellshire course with the low-
est gross score in the recent
merchandise tourney." Dr. Sets
Ito won the merchandise prize for
lowest net score, but nearly ev-
erybody else who played that day
also won a prize for one accom-
plishment or another, it was said.
Fred Aoki came in first in the
grueling four-Sundays 72-hole
tourney which ended a week or so
ago. Dr. Sueo Ito and Rupe Arai,
were reported as second and third
place winners, respectively.
Hanamura, thinking back over the
past summer tourney winners,
could not immediately recall hav-
ing seen the 1962 Arni e Palmer
of the 45-players club in the win-
ner's circle Danny LoSasso.
SANSEIS PLAY IN
JUNIOR LINK TOURNEY
Ken Nakagawa defeated Floyd
Penna, 2 and 1 in the third flightm
of the Juniorlinks Golf Tournament
last week at City Parkgolf course.
(Ken was defeated in the following
round by Terry Jelliffe, 2 and 1.)
FINAL STANDING
NCNBL REGULAR SEASON
Welby, won 10, lost 2; Mile Hi,
won 10, lost 2; Merchants, won 6,
lost 6; Greeley, won 6, lost 6;
Busseis, won 6, lost 6; Ft. Lup-
ton won 2, lost 10; Simpson,
won 2, lost 10.
FOUR JOIN CAMP
AT PINECREST
Tommy Fujita, David Shinbara,
Howard Koshi and Gene Takanjine
the Things are rough every-
where" department:
A tearful younger mother was
leading away her bewildered and
equally tearful four-year-old boy
from a neighborhood kindergarten
school. The toddler had just gone
and flunked his formal entrance
examination to the kindergarten.
In Tokyo the other day, where
tills incident occurred, there just
aren't enough kindergarten class-
rooms available for these ambi-
tious post-diaper aspirants. So the
school system's test adminis-
trators figure^out a "stiff' en-
trance examJetion for these
youngsters to select "top scho-
lars" for the limited number of
available classes.
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Pocatello, Idaho Susan Ando
and Sally Sllverstein of Denver
were defeated last week in the
second round matches of the 36th
annual Intermountain Sectional
Tennis Championships.
Until these upsets, the girls, a
part of 29-member Colorado con-
tingent were steadily winning their
share of the matches.
Susan, sixth seeded, who has been
playing in the 16-year-old girls'
division, lost to Mary Schrier of
Boise, Idaho, 1-6, 6-2, 6-3. The
Denverite had played her fifth
straight three-set match of the
tournament.
Pag 2
Estiaate Crops
Crop estimates in this year's har-
vests of two major Colorado farm
products were given last week by
the Colorado Crop and Livestock
Report Service.
The agency estimated that this
year's estimated 2,840,000 tons of
sugar beets would be five per cent
over last year's volume. The aver-
age per acre yield for 178,000
acres is expected to be 16 tons.
Potato crop this year, the Ser-
vice said, may be about 9,1000,000
cwt., as against 9,691,OOOcwt.last
year. The 1963 potato acreage of
45,500 is 4% below last years
acreage.
AN INVITATION TO THE PUBLIC
Register For Enrollment In Japanese Language Classes -
Morning Sessions. From 9 a.m. Also Afternoon Sessions
For Information, Phone
Mrs. Ruth Yamamoto, 322-5306 1268 Harrison Street
Mrs. Toshi Tsutsui, 477-8393 4141 Shoshone Street
Mrs. Satoko Sawanjura, 825-7468 823 32nd Street
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