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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, September 18, 1063
K o* 76
Precautions Urged For Mushroom Hunters
A sansei Boy Scout ordinarily
is not an eager mushroom hunter,
although they are knowledgable
mountain pathfinders by virtue of
their training in the subject.
It is often their parents and
grandparents who are adept at the
sport, but some of whom are woe-
fully unaware of the simplest tech-
niques of preventing themselves
from becoming lost in the wilder-
ness, Ed Ito and Dr. Peter Doi,
Scoutmasters respectively for the
Buddhist and Simpson churches*
troops and their Scouts doubtless
could offer them some simple tech-
niques that may save their lives.
Adequate rain during the sum-
mer created an ideal mushroom-
ing season up there in the Red
Feather Lakes area, northwest of
Fort Collins, and there lies die
rub. In the years past, and also
this year, there have been over-
eager issei as well as nisei mush-
roomers who got lost and barely es-
caped with their lives, after being
found by chance by Forest Rangers.
Dr. doi suggests several simple
ways in which these folks could
best find their way back to their
points of origin. A compass may
be useful. Simple markings on
trees at frequent intervals would
help.
Four Rangers
Miss Barbara Robb at the U,S.
Forestry Services ranger office
at Federal Center said there are
NIKA IDO PASSES \ /
BAR EXAMINATION V
Commerce City David Nikaido
of 6701 E. 80th ave., was among
those who passed the Colorado
bar examination given last July. He
graduated from the DU law school
last June.
Many Toddlers
Our neighbors to the north the
Japanese Canadians number
some 29,000. That's the Dominion
Census Bureaus figures of two
years ago.
While there were 16 issei olds-
ters over 90 years of age, the larg-
est category of age group were
the young folks to age 19, which
accounted for one-third of the total
number. Also within this group,
the little folks to four years of
age accounted for exactly 3,313.
They even out-numbered the
strictly teen-age group, ages 15
to 19 years of age. These teenagers
number less than 2,200.
Junior Choir Formed
A Junior YBA girls choir has
been organized at the Buddhist
Church. The choir leader is Mrs.
Kimi Kato and the pianist is Mrs.
Noboru Tsunoda.
Rehearsals are scheduled on the
second and fourth Friday evenings
of each month. Girls in the sixth
grade, or the higher grades, are
eligible and urged to join.
probably abut four rangers stat-
ioned at present up in the vast Red
Feather Lakes region. Thus, only
perchance would a lostmushroom-
er happen to meet a Ranger. Dean
A. Rassmussen is the principal
ranger stationed in that area.
The other day, the Nihonjin Kai
dispatched a token of appreciation
to Rassmussen and his staff for
their ministrations to the lost and
stray mushroomers. The organi-
zation's bearers of the token to the
rangers included Harry Matoba,
Fumio Tani, Kenichi Suzuki and
Masakuni Iguchi.
\/ Awards Presented
Six members of the Simpson
Church Boy Scout troop received
their God and Country awards at the
morning worship service Sunday.
They were: David Burrous, first
class; Howard Koshi and Jean
Takamine, Eagle Scouts; Stanley
Koshi and Tommy Fujita, Star
Scouts; and David Shinbara.
ILLINOIS VISITORS
Fort Lupton Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Konishi from Carbondaie,
111., were visitors here last week.
Mrs. Konishis parents are the
Taneji Koshios.
COMINU EVENTS
bun., Sept. 22, 12 noon, recep-
tion for new members, ministers
and their families, Reverends
Jonathan Fujita and Paul Haglya
at SimpsonMethodist Church. Gen-
eral chairman, Sam Matsumoto;
committee, Mmes. Katie Arikiand
Kiko Akiyama.
Sun., Sept. 22, 3:30 p.m., Kin-
yukai and Kokuseikai, joint Shigin
program at Buddhist church.
Sun., Sept. 22, 6:30p.m.,Metho-
dist Mens steak fry at Joe Ari-
kis residence.
Fri.-Sun., Nov. 1-3, evangelis-
tic mission with guest minister,
Rev. Roy Sasaki of San Jose Metho-
dist Church.
Sun., Nov. 3, Anniversary cele-
brations for Rev. and Mrs. Noboru
Tsunoda at Tri-State Buddhist
Church.
Sat.-Sun., Nov. 9-10, Tri-State
Buddhist church annual bazaar at
the church.
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACLConventionatCosmo-
politan Hotel.
Fri.-Sun., Dec. 20-22, Joint YBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist church.
HENDERSON YOUTH
ENROLLS AT USC
Henderson -SamSasaki, Jr., has
enrolled at the University of South-
ern California in Los Angeles.
He is the son of the Sam Sasakis,
Sr.
BOULDERITE ENROLLS
AT BRIGHAM YOUNG
Boulder Shiro Aoki left for
Provo, Utah, to enroll at the Mor-
mon institution, Brigham Young
University.
Lorraine Sano is enrolling atCU.
FAMILY WILL KESIDE IN BURMA
Air Force Lt. Col. Kentforthy
and his family are enroute to his
new post in Burma. He is pre-
viously stationed in Indonesia.
Mrs. Kenworthy is the former
Ella Terada, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Terada of 3454 York st.
RELEASED
Greeley Mrs. HenryTominaga
was released from Weld County
Hospital last week.
ANN FUJIMOTO. 15, designed
and modeled her own full-length
formal dress, won first place in
Alamosa county 4-H Style Revue,
and represented the county at the
style revue conducted at recent
Pueblo state fair. She also won the
grand championship in the clothing
exhibit at the Tri-County 4-H Fair
in Monte Vista.
*Ann, president of the Alamosa
4-H Council, is thedaughterofMr.
and Mrs. Yuji Fujimoto of Ala-
mosa.
Dr. and Mrs. Masaichi Gima Photo by Tom Masamori
Families, Friends At Gina-Abe Rite
Miss Irene Mitsuko Abes mar- Bridal party included the brides
riage to Dr. Masaichi Gima was sister, June Abe, who served as
solemnized recently at Simpson maid of honor; OskiTaniwaki, best
Methodist Church. They are on a man; and Charles Gibson andHugo
honeymoon trip to the west coast Taniwaki were ushers. The couple
and Hawaii. greeted wedding guests at a recep-
The bride is the daughter ofMr. tion in the social hall ofthechurch
and Mrs. Kichizo Abe of 3550Mar- after the ceremony,
ion st., and the groom is the son Baishakunins for the couple were
of Mr. and Mrs. Seiji Gima of the Taniwakis and Mrs. Mineyo
Lanai City, Hawaii. Ioka.
Kodama-Matsumonji Wedding Solemnized
Roddy Kodama and the former
Vicki Matsumonji were married
wedding ceremony performed
in
by the Rev. Paul Hagiya Sept. 11
at Simpson Methodist Church.
The groom is the sonoftheKody
Kodamas, and the bride is the
daughter of former Denverites, the
George Mat&umonjis of McAllen,
Tex.
Wedding reception was held for
the couple, following the ceremony,
at the Pinehurst Country Club.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Lynn Matsumonji as maid
of honor, and the groom chose
Jerry Sewald as his best man.
BridaL'Ihower Held CHURCH SERVICES
Brighton A gay bridal shower
was held recently honoring the
bride-elect, Miss Michi Kagiyama
who is to wed Richard Yoshida-
Sept. 29 at tile Buddhist Church in
Denver.
Hostesses were Misses Carol
Imatani, Doris and Jane Nakata.
The party was held at the Nakata
residence.
TWO INSTRUCTORS AT
LAS ANIMAS
Las Animas Kazunari Ashida
and Iwao Iwahiro are among the
instructors in the school district
RE-1 this autumn. Ashida will
teach at the Memorial elementary
school. Iwahiro, as reported earl-
ier, will teach science courses at
die high school.
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.
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.
Plan Joint Session
For the first time, the Senior
and Junior YBL will conduct a joint
convention, scheduled for Dec. 20-
21-22, according to Mrs. Louise
Ota, counsellor for the Jr. YBA.
Initial preparatory meeting was
called Sunday at the Buddhist
Church, attended by the respective
association officials. Al Nakata of
Brighton and Henry Kusumi of Den-
ver are presidents of the senior -
and junior organizations.
FETE 60th BIRTHDAYS
Special birthday celebration for
three isseis who became 60 years
old was celebrated recently at the
Lotus Room: JoeFujidka,DickKa-
jiwara and Keizo Omiya.
Sponsor of the party was the
Hokkajin Kai, headed by S. Yone-
jiro, president.
Faro Enterprise
Hatchery, livestock and ranching
activities are to be undertaken by
a newly established company, the ..
Gingerich Hatchery, inc it
reported last week.
Downtown headquarters of the
firm is in the office of Martin
Zerobinick in the PBMI bldg.
Participants in the enterprise
includes Sam H. Nakazono, cer-
tified public accountant, Frank
Ciancio, Jr., Floyd Gingerich, and
several others.
DESIGNER VISITS HOMETOWN
Henderson A visitor at the
home of the Junzo Tanakas was
their daughter, Mrs. Chieko Kakei
of Tokyo. This was her first visit
here in more than 20 years. Mrs.
Kakei, a dress designer, was en-
route to Europe.
Seek Kind Afterican
A Colorado educational institu-
tion, perhaps a college, offered .
scholarship to a youth In Japan,
who accepted it with alacrity, only
to discover that he would have to
come to Colorado on his own de-
vices, and provide for his own
living expenses.
1 am a Japanese youth, Yoichi
Saji of Ujishi, Kiyoto, implored,
"who wishes to enroll in Septem-
ber, if some kind American would
help me.
Exchange Places
It appears that a sansei and a
German teenager have just about
exchanged places the sansei,
Alene Terasaki of East High is
studying at St. Ursula High School
for girls in Bemerode, while Ute
Schaefer, 17, from Braunschweig,
Germany, begins her studies at
West High here.
Coincidentally, both Bemerode
and Braunschweig are suburban
communities near Hanover, Ger-
many,
The exchange was arranged by
the American Field Service of New
York City, which also brought Ken
Takeno, 18, of Tokyo, to a years
study at Wheatridge High School,
He is one of 133 Japanesestudents
brought to the U,S. schools by the
AFS this year.
One of the recent letters which
the Tak Terasakls received from
Alene was posted from Rotterdam,
Holland, where she and other stu-
dents disembarked from the ship. ^
she was then to entrain for
Bemerode after a two-week orien-
tation session.
Balk Bate
U§#Po*tage
PAID
Denver,Colo*
Demit No*63


Wednesday, September 18, 1963
Report Product's Price At Lov Ebb Now
Just about the best lettuce in said Kirkpatrick, 4'and a grower
2
the country comes out of San Luis
valley in southern Colorado* In
recent years, the valley growers
have shipped out annually about
2 million cartons, says Ken Kirk-
patrick oi the state Agricultural
dept. That's about 48 million heads
of lettuce, which accounts for about
90% ,of this crop in Colorado.
This summer, the Teamsters
Union sought to organize truck
drivers and packing shed workers
in the valley.
As to the request to up wages
of shed workers, J. B. Ply, owner
of lettuce cooling plant remarked
that the lettuce market has been
depressed this summer, and so,
there is not enough profit in the
commodity to warrant pay raises.
Meanwhile, Roy Inouye of the La
Conado Co. is reported to have
stated that his firm may shut
down operations before the end
of the season, rather than to risk
suspension of operations caused
by picketing activities of the Team-
sters.
Early in the season, prices rang-
ed as high as $2.50 to $2.75
per crate. Current prices range at
about $1.00 to $1.15 per crate,
needs about $1.50 per unit to pay
for the production costs and to
make some profit.**
Productive season ends between
mid-Sept. and Oct. 1.
Church Retreat
Churches today provide services
in forms unknown to the present
older niseis when they were
youngsters. Spiritual retreat pro-:
grams were unknown years ago/
The S impson Methodist Church's
recent third annual retreat at Estes
Park drew more than 120 adults
and children.
A host of members directed the
many phases of the retreat, includ-
ing: George Yamakawa, who or-
ganized recreational program for
the children, Rev. Dr. T. Matsu-
moto from Japan who led the de-
votional service, the morning
watch led by Joe Akiyama and the
Rev. Paul Hagiya, Jinx Yamaguchi
who led the hiking group, and many
others.
Meach Nogami was the retreat
chairman.
Pee Wees Attract Oevoted Partisans
Devoted partisanship marked the
parental attention this past sum-
mer to the fate of players and
jteams in the baseball games play-
ed by units in peewee division of
NCNBL.
This year, the championship
team was produced by the loving
parents of or rather the Fort
Lupton squad. And the runner-up
team was the Bussei Reds. Four
other teams in this circuit stood
in following league standing at the
close of season; 3rd, Mile Hi Mer-
chants, 4th, Brighton; 5th, Greeley;
and 6th, Bussei Blues.
At the close of season, follow-
ing players received trophies: S.
Hisamoto-FL (Ft. Lupton), most
hits; Yokooji-FL, and Tani-B
(Brighton), most stolen bases; Yo-
shida-BR (Bussei Reds), and W.
Murata-FL, most doubles; M. Ku-
-roki-M (Mile Hi Merchants), Fu-
shimi-BR, most triples; Domoto-
BR, most homeruns; D. Yoshi-
mura-BR, most valuable player;
D. Kawakami-FL, outstanding
pitcher; M. Tokunaga-Greeley,
most promising player.
DISCUSS ARCHITECTURE
Estes Park Prof. Clarence
Briggs of the CU dept, of archi-
tecture discussed the architecture
of Japan last week at the "Y"
Conference here. The instructor
has visited that country, and con-
ducted research on this subject.
1,000 CLUB MEMBER
National JACL 1000 Club head-
quarters in San Francisco report-
ed last week that Carl Iwasaki of
Denver renewed his membership
for the ninth year.
THEY STUDIED
Toshiyuki Takamiya and Chieko
Takagi of Keio University were
visitors here last week.They at-
tended summer school at Western
Michigan University.
The F o r u
DR, HENRY MOROZUMI of Stan-
ford University devised an instru-
ment called a high-speed meri-
dian spectograph. Among other
uses, it is handy for atmospheric
studies being conducted by Dr.
Manfred H. Rees of CU at Boul-
from his colleague in Palo Alto.
ROSE HIRAGA is a pert little
lady, originally from Portland,
Ore., now of New York City. The
American Society of Interior De-
signers chose her as recipient of
its annual award. A graduate of
Rhode Island School of Design,
she also designs greeting cards.
Ail of these things Rose does with
no little physical difficulty, for she
is a quadruplegic.
The cause of her condition: a
serious auto accident, from which
she escaped with a broken neck
and partially paralyzed arms and
legs.
FROM SCOTTSBLUFF
Midori and Sam Nakazawa from
Scottsbluff, Nebr., visited with the
Shogo Kurodas. The wives are
sisters.
VACATION IN MEXICO
Mrs. Asako Oka and her daughter
vacationed during the summer in
Mexico City.
BULLDOGS READY
Brighton Sansei players on this
autumn's football squad at Brighton
High School includes Harvey Ta-
shiro, 170-lb. senior letterman at
right tackle; and Bob Sakaguchi,
145-lb. letterman at center.
BLUE DEVIL FULLBACK
Fort Lupton Ken Fujii, a jun-
ior, weighing in at 135 lbs., is a
fullback on the Blue Devils foot-
ball squad of Fort Lupton High
School.
/BABY BOY FOR OKUBOS
Littleton The Henry Okubos of
5944 S. Steele st. are parents of a
baby boy, born at St. Anthony's
Hospital.
BABY BOY
The Herbert Okamotos welcom-
ed a new baby boy recently. The
infant was born at St. Joseph's
Hospital. His father is employed
at Internal Revenue Service, and
his aunt is Mrs. Sadami Kuroda.
HOMES PURCHASED
Raymond and Tokiko Allen pur-
chased the residence at 1140 S.
Winona Ct. from the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Co.
Leopold and Reiko Aragon sold
their home at 4230 Osage st. to
Alonso Rodriguez.
Dr. Yuji Oishi purchased the
residence at 6895 Prince st. in
Littleton from Harold Culling, Jr.
"LOSERS OF FAITH'*
Chicago Eastern Young Budd-
hist League conference theme, was
entitled "Losers of Faith." The
Rev. Takashi Tsuji from San Fran-
cisco, director of Buddhist edu-
cation, was a keynote speaker. The
conference was held on Labor Day
week-end.
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AHNOONCEMENT :
After serving in San Francisco for the past :
two years, I have recently been ordered back to |
Tokyo for reassignment. It was indeed a pleasure :
and a privilege to have been able to serve you on ;
behalf of the Japanese Government.
The people in all the areas have been most gra-I
cious to accept both myself and my family into :
their communities and homes to befriend us. The :
)onds of friendship thus formed cannot be easily :
forgotten and shall be treasured by us for years :
bo come.
Mrs. Yamanaka and I sincerely appreciate you j
Ifor all the goodness shown us during our too short:
iwo-year stay. ;
Toshio Yamanaka
Consul General of Japan j
San Francisco, California :
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