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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, September 11, 1963
No. 75
Coloradoan And Alaskan Sansei In Vienna
Bruce Horiuchi, 19, junior at
University of Washington, Seattle,
is enrolling next week at the Uni-
versity of Vienna, Austria, His ma-
jor is political science. He left
New York City last week aboard
Ibe British liner, Queen Eliza-
beth*
Meanwhile, his sister, Lynne,
will enroll at Knox College in
Galesburg, 111. They are the chil-
dren of the Robert Horiuchis.
Another student at the Univer-
sity of Vienna is an Alaskan san-
sei, Valerie Tatsuda from Ketchi-
kan, co-ed at Pomona College,
Calif.
r
Bruce Horiuchi
Services For Pioneer
Alliance, Nebr. The Rev. No-
boru Tsunoda of Tri-State Budd-
hist Church In Denver officiated at
the funeral service for the late
Minosuke Nagaki, 82, a pioneer
resident here. He died of heart
attack on Sept. 2.
He is survived by his wife, four
boys and a daughter.
NEBRASKAN ENTERS
BATON CONTEST
Westminster Susan Ugai from
North Platte, Nebr., was among
the contestants in the advanced
division at the open national Baton
Twirling Championships here last
week. She is the daughter of Nor-
man and Alice Ugai.
Prize Winners Froa Many Coaaunities
The roster of award winners at
the recent Pueblo state fair include
ed adults and children. The fol-
lowing persons were among the
winners:
Lettuce, non-commercial, 1st,
Terry Sumida of Fort Garland.
Tomatoes-green, 2nd, George
Matsushima of Platteville; 3rd,
Cynthia Urano of Fort Lupton.
Yellow sweet corn, 1st, Henry
Kiyota of Platteville.
Hollander cabbage, lst,SamKo-
shio of Fort Lupton; 2nd, Paul
Hoshiko of Kersey; 3rd, Les Wa-
tada of Fort Lupton.
Copenhagen cabbage, 1st, again,
Sam Koshio; 2nd, Charlie Haya-
shida; 3rd, George Kunugi, both
of Blanca.
Cabbage, other types, 1st, Paul
Hoshiko; 2nd, Jim Hoshiko, also of
Kersey.
Largest cabbage, 3rd, Al Wa-
tada of Fort Lupton.
Table turnips, 1st, Bob Kawa-
kami of Platteville; 3rd, Haya-
shida.
Zuchini squash, 1st and 2nd,
Bill and Steve Hisamoto, respec-
tively; 3rd, Tom Urano; all of
Fort Lupton.
Winner Froa Ordway
Summer squash, 2nd, KevinShi-
ronaka, son of the Harry Shirona-
kas of Ordway.
Largest Hubbard squash, 2nd,
George Tomita of Iliff.
Muskmelons, 1st and 3rd,
George and TickMatsushima, res-
pectively, of Platteville^
Yellow Spanish onions, 2nd, Tom
Urano, 3rd, Sam Koshio, both of
Fort Lupton.
Colorado Oats, 3rd, PaulHo-
shiko.
Firsts In both Bunker champion
and reserve champion oats, Paul
Hoshiko.
Kafir (a type of corn), 3rd, Henry
Hirose of Granada.
HEAD GIRL
Westminster Carol Jitsuda,
senior, is head girl at Westmins-
ter High School student body.
City Governaents
Mayor Tom Currigan last week
greeted Masayuki Takasaki, pre-
fectural staff officer of Gifu, Ja-
pan. The visitor brought greetings
to the mayor from Shinichiro Iwa-
moto, mayor of Takayama, Den-
ver's sister city. He will study
municipal government systems in
the U.S. and Europe.
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Rose, for-
mer chairman of theDenver-Taka-
yama committee tendered dinner in
the visitor's honor at the Fuji-En.
The new chairman of the com-
mittee is Mrs. A. T. Hailey. She
was in charge of greeting die sev-
eral industrialists last week-end,
including MasaoYamaguchi, Yasu-
taro Goto and Sadayoshi Hama-
moto.
Union Intensifies Campaign In Valley
Alamosa The Teamsters union *
is reported to be trying to union-
ize workers in some 50 produce
cooling plants and about 60 truck
drivers who, together with the
growers, are in the midst of the
harvesting and shipping lettuce.
At the La Conado Produce Co.,
headlights and windshields on two
trucks were damaged, although its
official, Roy Inouye of La Jara,
expressed belief that it was not
caused by the Teamsters Union. A
union official called the act a
frame-up.
More than 1,500 migrant work-
ers who are harvesting and packing
the crop are not involved in the
Teamsters' unionizing activities.
The union, itwas reported, wants
$2.70 an hour instead of piece-
work pay, plus health and accident
insurance. Valley produce firms
were said to have agreed to the
insurance provision.
CHURCH SERVICES COMING EVENTS
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.f Sunday School.
11 a.m., English Service.
11 a.m, Issei Service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1947 Lawrence st.
9:30 a.m, Sunday School.
10:00 a.m, special South Viet-
nam Memorial service.
SERVICES HELD FOR
DURANGO MATRON
Durango-Funeral services were
held today for the IateMrs.Martha
M. Kuwabara, 43, at the Metho-
dist Church.
She is survived by her husband,
Richard, and their children, Nancy,
Kenneth and Gary. She was the
daughter of Mrs. Tomo Ida, sister
of Harry, Tom, Noble, Donald
Ida, all formerly of Littleton, and
Mrs. SachikoTakaki and Grace Ida.
Interment will be in the Little-
ton cemetery tomorrow, Thursday.
The Kuwabara's daughter,
Nancy, graduate of Durango High
School last summer, is a recipi-
ent of the $500 Gates scholarship.
She was scheduled to enroll at CU
this month.
'38 Class Reunion
Members of the class of 1938
of Adams City High School re-
cently held a reunion at a banquet.
It was held at Henritze's restau-
rant.
Among those attending the silver
anniversary gathering were
Tomiko and Lander Ito of Denver,
and James and Josephine Fukaye
from Riverdale. Lender was one
of the 10 top scholars of that
class of 42 graduates.
OUT OF HOSPITAL
Carrie Yamada was released
last week from BrightonCommun-
ity Hospital.
Couple In Research
Physician-scientists from the
opposite §ides of the world are
engaged in the study of causes and
the cure of asthma at the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital in north Denver.
Dr. Constantine Falliers from
Greece is the medical director, Oiui
working with him is a husband-wife
team of physicians from Japan, Dr.
Kimio Ishizaka and his wife, Dr. -
Teruko Ishizaka.
The trio indicated that their pre-
sent studies are centered around
the possibility that excessive pro-
tein in asthma patients may be a
factor.
About 150children with advanced
cases of asthma from throughout
the U.S., ancLmany from overseas,
are patients.
TEACHERS: Wosen Out Number Men
A preliminary tally shows that ------------
this autumn nearly 30 nisei and
sansei teachers are assigned to
public schools in the Denver met-
ropolitan area.
A breakdown of 28 instructors
shows: That there are 20 women
and 8 men instructors; that of
these, 17 women and 3 men teach
in elementary schools; that of 6
teaching in junior high, 3 are men
and 3 women; that the two on sen-
ior high faculties are men.
In Jefferson county: Lakewood
Sr. High Richard Yamaguchi,
Drake Jr. High Martha Yoshida,
counselor, Bear Creek elementary
- Elaine Yamasaki, Molholm ele-
mentary Natchi Matsunami.
Denver: Ash Grove Has on Ya-
naga, Beach Court Katherine
Fukuhara, Cowell Mary Ariki,
Crofton Irene Qsuga and Ruth
Kawamura, Gilpin Phillip Miya-
zawa, Harrington Michi Ando,
Madge Ichikawa, Johnson Asako
Oka, Knapp Lily Kataoka, Yosh-
inao Oka, Sabin Marjorie Ka-
wano, Sherman Deanna Matsu-
moto, Wyatt YoshieHagiya, Rose
Tanaka Columbine, Ebert -
Sophia Oka, Ellsworth Elaine
Tsumura, Wyman Dorothy Funa-
koshi.
Jr* High Schools, Horace Mann
- Virginia Miyamoto, coordinator,
Mikyo Matsuura; Kepner Bob
Maruyama, Rishel Richard Joko,
Smiley Alice Ogura.
Manual High School Ted Tsu-
mura.
Mitchell elementary school -
secretary, Kiyoko Omoto.
THE KONISHIS
HOLD REUNION
Fort Lupton Family reunion
wn(z 1i.M last vumlr at th. home
ttye George Konishis.
Present were the Tom Moris
from Iliff, Dr. and Mrs. Frank
Konishi from Carbondale, I1L, the
Ben Konishis from Alamosa, the
Harry Konishis from Buena Park,
Calif., the Nobe Nishimotos and
Charlotte Konishi from Denver, the
John Sakurais from Lyman, Nebr.;
the Robert Konishis from Fort
Collins. Alban, Alvin and Linda are
at home. Gilbert is in Ashiya, Ja-
pan.
SUPERINTENDENT NAMES
SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR
Las Animas Harry Allen, su-
perintendent of schools of RE-1
district last week named Iwaolwa-
hiro as die new chemistry and phy-
sics instructor at the local high
school. He has been instructor in
the Pueblo school system for two
years. A graduate of Las Ani-
mas High School, Iwahiro gradu-~
a ted from CU at Boulder in 1959.
Bernstein's Protege
Leonard Bernstein brought Ms
famed 104-member New York
Philharmonic orchestra and his
Japanese protege to the Auditor-
ium arena last week.
Twenty-seven-year-old Seiji
Ozawa of Tokyo led the orchestra
in Stravinsky's "Firebird" suite.
SOUTH VIETNAM
MEMORIAL SERVICE
Special memorial service of
compassion for the Buddhists of
South Vietnam will be conducted
Sunday, said the Rev. Noboru Tsu-
noda of the Buddhist Church. The -
priest received the direction for
performance of this service from
headquarters of the Buddhist
Churches of America in San Fran-
cisco.
At the Buddhist Church, the ser-
vice will be held at Sunday School,
10 to 11 a.m.
The church also will remain open
this Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. to
admit all persons who wish to
offer prayers at the altar for the
South Vietnamese Buddhists mem-
bers, and for their priests.
Lesson:Get Padlocks
The subject is tourists from Nip-
pon: *
A visitor in town last week was
a 30-year-old student from Japan,
Kyoichi Takeuchi. He was complet-
ing a visit in ten western states
this summer.
Tsunekumi Asano and Yoshinori
Tajima, both 25, had arrived in
Tia Juana, Mexico, from Japan,
via Los Angeles, to bicycle through
I ten South American countries.
While lunching, their cycles were
stolen last week. When the boys
replace the vehicles, they intend
also to purchase padlocks.
Meanwhile, the five Waseda hik-
ers are somewhere between St.
Louis and Chicago this week.
She's Sunaoned
Sun., Sept. 15, 1:30 p.m.. Citi-
zenship Day program at Greek
Theatre in Civic Center. All natu-
ralized citizens and their families
and friends requested to attend.
Sun., Sept. 15, 7 p.m., movie at
Buddhist church, "Song of River
Fukagawa" and "Sataro of Izu
Peninsula." Technicolor film by
Toyei Company.
Sun., Nov. 3, Anniversary cele-
brations for Rev. and Mrs. Noboru
Tsunoda at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.'
SaL-Sun., Nov. 9-10, Tri-State
Buddhist church annual bazaar at
the church.
FrL-Sat., Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention at C osmo-
politan HoteL
A currently unemployed 21-
year-old sansei girl from Atlanta,
Georgia, was among the 50 Amer-
ican students who returned last
week from Fidel Castro's Cuba,
via Spain, and other European
points.
Wendy Nakashima, the Georg-
ian, who used to attend the City
College of New York, was one of
the group who were served with
formal papers requesting them to
appear before the house un-Amer-
ican Activities committee in
Wash., D.C.
These students also face Federal
BACKYARD VEGETABLE and flower gardens abound in tills com.- actions which had forbade their
munity. One of many such vegetable gardens is tended by Mr. and Mrs. i Cuban visit, and that could cost
Harry K. Mlzoue of 3804 Wyandot st. Here, Mrs. Mizgue is shown Wendy and her friends up to $5, -
harvesting her crop, which includes cucumbers, squash, carrots, 000 in fines each and five years
peppers and tomatoes. Photo by Hiromu Okada. in prison.
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Wednesday, September IX, 1963
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Morning Sessions- From 9 a.m. Also Afternoon Sessions
For Information, Phone
Mrs* Ruth Yamamoto. 322-5306 1268 Harrison Street
Mrs. Tosh! Tsutsul. 477-8393 4141 Shoshone Street
Mrs* Satoko Sawamura, 825-7468 823 32nd Street
CLASSES BEGIN SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7
JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL
at Buddhist Church
NCNBL CO-CHAMPIONS -Wel-
by ball team, which won 10 and
lost 2 games. Front row: Dick
Sato-2nd b., Kenny Miyoshi-3rd
b., George Tagawa outfielder,
Doug Tsutsui and Tom Muroya-
catcher, George Tateyama-out-
fielder. Second row: Harry Ariki,
coach; James Tagawa-outfielder,
Jerry Furuiye-short stop, Tosh
Furuiye-pitcher, Eddie Mayeda
and Dennis Yamamoto-pitcher-
outfielder, Joe Sato-manager. Not
in group, Harold Muroya-catcher
and outfielder.
The other NCNBL co-champion
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That's The Story Of
This is Floyd Ito's story his
report on how Greeley, chanced
to confront lordly Ogdenites from
ptah in the recent baseball tour-
ney here.
Floyd, the league's correspond-
ing secretary* says Greeley handi-
ly trounced its opponents in the
first and semi-final games, 14-3
against Fort Lupton, and 6-1
against the Merchants. Incidental-
ly, the Simpson Church team won
the consolation championship by
defeating Brighton, 10-7.
Members of the Greeley contin-
gent were: Ken Ogata, coach;
George Tokunaga, Gerald and Don
Miyosfai, Larry Hikida, Norman
Sameshima, George Tsuda, Larry
Futa, Chuc Scorsone, Richard Hi-
gashi, Rob Roy, Don Tanitomi,
GIRLS WIN AWARDS
JN CLOTHING EXHIBIT
Greeley Winners in the cloth-
ing exhibit at the recent Pueblo
state fair included: Leslie and
Jodi Kinoshita of Ault, JaniceMat-
suda of Pierce and Julie Morita of
Ault.
STUDENT BACK IN COLLEGE
Durango Keith Okamoto is en-
rolled at Fort Lewis A. and M.
College for his sophomore year.
He is the son of Sam and Yoshiko
Okamoto of Fort Lupton.
GIRLS FOR HOSHIKOS
The Bright Hoshikos of Seattle,
Wash., and the Paul Hoshikos in
Greeley recently became parents
of baby girls on the same day.
-Top Sumer Scorer
Now that the winter bowling sea-
son is under way in pin alleys
scattered poles apart this season
- summer averages are like old
hats. Nonetheless, in the summer
Denver Nisei Mixed Bowling Lea-
gue, Mits Nakagawa appears to
have out-bowled 47 other player
members.
Her High scratch game and ser-
ies, respectively, were 268 and
637.
HI SCRATCH Avg.
Mits Nakagawa 183.14
Mats Ito 168.18
Jean Sato 167.16
Jean Matsuda 167,10
Bonnie Yamamoto 163.00
Yo Sato 156.12
Tfoncy Fukuhara 152.20
Janet Nakata 151.10
Helen Nakashima 149.00
Helen Bardsley 147.20
Haruko Furukawa 147.10
Sumi Fukuma 146.80
Virginia Pastore 145.14
Marge McClelland 144.19
Bess Sakato 142.60
Amy Matsuura 138.23
Katie Fukuhara 137.11
Martha Tanda 137.30
Dot Shimizu 136.50
Kiyo Omoto 135.19
Sumi Kanda 124.30
Barbara Ralph 124.13
Sandy Kitamura 109.80
Nancy Herrera 105.4Q
League Tournaaent
Gordon Harada, Barney and Doug
Mayeda, Norman Yago, Tak
Murata, Stan Nishi, and Harvey
Nakayama.
League officers this year were:
Eugene Tochihara, president; Dave
Tagawa, record, sec.; Howard
Iwata, treas.; Homer Iwata, Jr.,
and Ito.
RECEPTION HELD
FOR NEWLYWEDS
Reception was held recently for
the Jon Higashiuchis in Mountain
View, Calif., where the groom's
parents reside. Those attending
from Denver included the Higas-
hiuchis, the bride's parents, the
Jingo Fujiwaras, Mrs. Florence
Yamaguchi, Donald and Morris
Fujiwara. The bride was the for-
mer Dorcas Fujiwara.
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!transactions. They are intended as a
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these securities could have been sold
Rocky Mountain Jiho page 3
(indicated by bid) or bought (indicated
by asked) at the time of compilation.
Sept. 9, 1963
Bid Asked
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Denver Natl. Life 2 5/8 3 1/8
Empire Savings & Loan 8 3/4 9 7/8
1st Colo. Bankshares I2*a 13 3/4
Greatamerica Corp. 18% 19%
Liberty Real Estate 7. 7%
Mile Hi Kennel 4 1/8 4 3/8agt
Security Life & Acc. 49% 52%
State Life 2.65 3.15
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