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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, September 25, 1963
No# 77
PUN 8TH BIENNIAL DISTRICT CONVENTION
Bill Marutani of Philadelphia,
third National JACL vice presi-
dent, will be a guest of honor at die
Family Sunday
Two Buddhist Church events are
scheduled Sunday, Sept* 29: The
Sunday School faipily day at 10
a.m., combined with the baked
goods sale sponsored by the Boy
Scout troop 169*
At this service, parents are urg-
ed to attend the service and to
worship together with their chil-
drens Hereafter, the FamilySunday
School Day will be observed on
the last Sunday of each month#
Two Teachers
At least two of the 288 teachers
in the Adams County district 12
school district this autumn are
Japanese Americans.
They are Ruby Y# Sasa, instruc-
tor at Hulstrom elementary
school, and Hisa Horiuchi, teacher
at LeRoy elementary school# Miss
Sasa is the daughter of the Gene
Sasas of Brighton; and Miss Horiu-
chi is the daughter of the Bungo
Horiuchis, also of Brighton#
SERVICES HELD
FOR AN ISSEI
Funeral services were held last
week for the late Sekiya Atsuchi,
who had resided at 1324 20th
st. The services were held at the
Buddhist Church.
"School For Brides"
Two Japanese movies will be
shown at the Buddhist Church on
Sunday, Sept# 29 at 7 p.m. They
are: Nyobo Gakko," (School for
Brides), starring Yumeji Tsukio-
ka. She plays die role of a bride
enrolled in the school by her hus-
band and his family to improve
her bridesmanship,
Second film is entitled Senryo
Kizu," starring Kazuo Hasegawa^
Seizaburo Kawatsu.
ARTISTS EQUITY
REPORTS SALES
The Artists Equity of Denver,
composed of artists who work
primarily., with the medium of
paintings, drawings and prints, re-
ported sales totaling $1,050 at the
sales exhibition on the mall of the
Denver U#S. National Center.
Mrs# Yuri Noda, a member of
the Equity, was among those who
exhibited.
eighth biennial Mountain Plains
District Council convention, itwas
announced by Min Yasui, the Lea-
gues regional director# The Phil-
adelphia lawyer is also the legal
counsel for the JACL#
The convention will be heldNov.
29-30 at Cosmopolitan hotel.
Bill Hosokawa is chairman of
the recognitions committee. Issei
and nisei nominees for recogni-
tion are sought from throughout
this region. Nominations should be
sent to Yasuis office at 1225 20th
st.
Tom Koshio and Bill Kuroki,
presidents respectively of Fort
Lupton and Mile HighChaptersare
assistant co-chairmen of the con-
vention# The general chairmanship
awaits appointment.
Masao Satow of San Francisco,
the League's national director, will
attend, Yasui said, but National
Pres. Pat Okura of Omaha" will
be attending the Inter-Mountain
District convention that week-end#
New Apartment House
A $735,000 six-story 59-unit
apartment house for medium and
low income families is to be erect-
ed at 28th and Calif. Sts#, it was
disclosed by W. O. East, Federal
Housing Administration director
in Denver.
The Mil-Rose Investment Co. is
the builder of the project, for
which, FHA is underwriting nearly
80% of the cost, it was reported.
The apartment, to be completed
in mid-1964, will contain 59 apart-
ments with one, two and three bed-
room units. Monthly rental rates
are expected to range from $84.50
to $114.50.
THEY OPERATE
PIZZERIA
Aurora Jim Sano and Neil Ro-
mano are owner-operators of The
Pizzeria at 850 Dayton st.
Gardener Of Year
Tia Kawakami of '4916 E. Iowa
ave. was named recently as gard-
ener of the year at the Children's
Garden Award ceremony.
The event was held at the Den-
ver Botanic Gardens, where the
presentation was made by Law-
rence A. Long, Botanic Gardens
director.
Tia is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Kawakami.
Kagiyaaa-Yoshida Wedding September 29
Henderson Miss Michi Kagi-
yama and RichardTeruaki Yoshida
of 3335 Gilpin st. have chosen Sun-
day, Sept. 29 for their wedding day
at the Buddhist Church in Denver.
The Susumu Kagiyamas of Hender-
son and the Keichi Yoshidas of
Denver are their respective par-
ents.
The Matajiro Watadas of Fort
Lupton and the Shungo Tanis are
baishakunins for the couple.
The bridal party includes: mat-
ron of honor, Mrs. Nancy Matsuda
CONING EVENTS
Sunday; Sept. 29, 10 a.m., Budd-
hist Church Family Sunday School
Day and Boy Scout troop 169 baked
goods sale.
Sun., Sept. 29, 7 p.m., Japanese
movie at Buddhist church.
FrL-Sun., Nov. 1-3, evangelis-
tic mission with guest minister.
Rev. Roy Sasaki ofSanJoseMetho-
dist Church#
Sun#, Nov# 3, Anniversary cele-
brations for Rev# and Mrs#Noboru
Tsunoda at Ttl-State Buddhist
Church*
Sat.-Sun., Nov. 9-10, Tri-State
Buddhist church annual bazaar at
die church#
FrL-Sat., Nov# 29-30; Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention atCosmo-
politan Hotel#
FrL-Sun., Dec. 20-22, JointYBL
and Jr, YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist church#
A TYPICAL GROUP OF DETROIT SANSEI GIRLS.Theyare among 12
candidates for the role of queen of National JACL convention next July.
The queeh and her two attendants will be selected by Detroit chapter
at Coronation Ball Oct. 12. From left: Shirley Kinoshita, 19,
Kresge Foundation employee; Elaine Ohno, 21; Doris Sasakura, 21;
both co-eds at Wayne State Univ.; Alyce Satow, 17, of Lowrey High
School; Elaine Takemoto, 19, of Univ. of Mich.; Shirley Satow, 21,
of Henry Ford Community College; Sarah Shirane, 20, Marcia Mat-
sumoto, 18; and Anne Makino, 19 all attending Wayne Univ. Missing
from picture: Marilyn Nagano, 18, and Jane Itami, 22, both of Wayne,
and Janice Fujita, 20, of Highland Parks Jr. College.
Republicans Hark Constitution Day
Brighton Constitution Day was
observed last week by the Adams
county Republican organization at a
banquet held at the Capri motel.
The toastmaster was Seiji Horiu-
chi, Republican state representa-
tive, and the principal speaker was
State Senator William Chenoweth of
Denver.
The event also served to observe
the 176th anniversary of the sign-
ing of the U.S. Constitution at the
Constitutional Convention.
of Wellington; bridesmaid, Doris
Nakata; flower girl, Judy Ka-
giyama, daughter of Mrs. Michiko
Kagiyama and the late T om Kagi-
yama.
Others are: best man, Bob Wa-
tada; groomsman, Louis, bride-
groom's brother; ushers, Roy Yo-
shida, Ken Tani, Albert Nakata,
Dick Iyama; ring bearer Ricky
Kitashima; and at the reception
at Lotus Room, chairmen, Fred
Uyeda and Richard Kitashima.
CHURCH SERVICES
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27A 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 CHURQH
3401 High st.
9:30 a#m., Sunday School*
11 a.m., English Service.
11 a.m*. Issei Service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1947 Lawrence st.
10 a.m.,-Sunday service.
BABY BOY FOR TAWARAS
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Tawaja
.of 3531 Fillmore st., are parents
of a baby boy.
THE POPES INVITATION
Vatican City The secretariat
for relations. with non Christians
said'Pope Paul VI plans to invite
Buddhist representatives to attend
the second session of the ecumen-
ical council which opens hereSept.
29.
From Six Countries
Pueblo The high schools here
this term have welcomed students
from Thailand, France, Peru,
Italy, Brazil and Japan, all ofwhom
are sponsored by the American
Field Service of New York City.
Machiko Ochiai, 18, of Tokyo,
is the guest of Dr. Vernell Curry
and his family for the school year,
MERCHANT MANAGED
STORE IN DENVER
Kikuzo Matsumoto, 82, died last
week in Tokyo. A few years ago,
his son, Dr.TaijiMatsumoto visit-
ed with Fusakichi Takamine and
other friends here.
Matsumoto operated a drygoods
store 30 years ago at 1930 Lari-
mer st., where George Fukumas
establishment is now located.
Plan Pilot Prograa
The Colorado Labor Council has
announced a plan for the establish-
ment of a pilot program to erase
job discrimination. Lynn Curtis,
financial secretary of Operating
Engineers Local No. 9, was named
coordinator of this program
financed by the AFL-CIO and the
Council.
Herrick Roth, Council presi-
dent, explained that his organiz-
ation is engaged in aiding minority
groups in union matters, and also,
that the Council is proposing a plan
to help finance college courses for
deserving minority group mem-
bers.
LIBRARY SOLICITS
Denver Public Library is solic-
iting Japanese books and maga-
zines. Persons who wishtocontri-
bute them to the library should
contact Richard Bruce at AM 6-
0851.
Hurricane Cindy
Hurricane Cindy last week
whipped up watery destruction in
Port Acres, some 75 air miles
east of Houston, Texas. Most of the
urban and rural Japanese Ameri-
cans reside in Houstons subur-
ban communities of Pasadena,
Genoa and Almeda. These com-
munities lie between Houston and
coastal town of Galveston which
is not a stranger to hurricanes in
the past.
BIRTHS REPORTED
To the Sam Suekamas of 1225
Santa Fe Dr., a boy.
Don't Yell, Don't Run, Don't Worry
FIRST AND ONLY Canadian"
nisei policewoman, Florence Kat-
suko Hayashi, 23, of Hamilton, On-
tario, suburban city south of
Toronto. Photo, The New Canadian
This is an extension of pre-
vious remarks on the subject of
how not to get lost while mush-
rooming up in the Red Feather
Lakes country*, or, Hey, there!
Pay attention to the Forest Ran-
ger!
And these notes are about as
authoritative as you can get them,
because of its source.
The Forest Service of the U.S.
Dept, of Agriculture issued a
pamphlet a few years ago, entitled,
What To Do When Lost in the
Woods."
Here are some of its sugges-
tions: Above all else, when lost,
dont panic. Sit down; rest your-
self. If caught by night, fog, or a
storm, make camp in a sheltered
spot, build a fire in a safe place.
Dont yell, dont run, dont worry,
and above all, don't quit.
A map, matches in a water-
proof box, a strong knife, and a
compass can be handy. But, the
Forest Service warns, a compass
may only lead the lost person fur-
ther astray because of local mag-
netic attractions*
BULK SATE
U.S.POSTAGE
PAID
DENVER,COLO.
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Black Belt Members Receive Certificates
TEAM HONORS
COACH HOMER IWATA
Members of the Mile High Mer-
chants baseball team and friends
honored team Coach Homer Iwata
at dinner last week at the Ake-
bono restaurant.
Iwata, coached his team to four
Colo. Nisei Baseball League tour-
nament championships and 1963
Labor Day tournament champion-
ship.
MONTANA TROUT STILL
HEAVIEST IN CONTEST
Richard Otas 6 lb 5 oz trout
caught back in May in Montana
still appears to be the heaviest
specimen caught by members of
Kamloop Fishing Club, the entry
book discloses.
In Colorado, members have pull-
ed up trout from several lakes and
streams such as: Vega reservoir,
Lake John Hanholtz Lake, Cherry
Creek, where Teizo Nonaka caught
a nice 2 lb. 4 oz. fighter; the upper
reaches of Arkansas river, where
Sami Enomoto caught a 3 lb. 4
oz. trout, and the Colorado River,
where Mrs. Tomi Ura caught a
2 pounder. And she is mighty busy
these days, for she also hunts
mushrooms up in the Red Feather
Lakes region.
2 League Results
Sixty players in twelve teams
are competing in the CelebrityNi-
,£ei League, where currently, the
team sponsored by John's Mark-
et leads the race with 7 wins and
2 losses.
High series player on Sept. 12
were Frank Sehara, 603-81, and
Gene Tagawa, 606-42. High gam-
ers were Mel Shimono, 235-16;
Sehara, 221-27; and Ed Shimoda,
220-16.
Meanwhile, 48 players were on
the rosters of 12 teams in (he
Colorado Nisei Classics at the
new Trade Winds Bowl. And there,
George's Super Service has a re-
cord of 3 wins and no losses, a
record also matched, however, by
Elite Florist and Akebono.
There, high series men last
jveek were Sam Inai-689, Allen
Uyeda-643, Hooch Okumura-618.
High game players were: Uyeda-
260, Inai-258, Dick lriye-248, Jim
Takaki-235.
CELEBRITY NISEIS
TEAM STANDINGS
Celebrity Niseis* wins and
losses scores: John's Mkt.-7-2;
Jim Sano Pizza, Colo. Badge, 6-3;
Charlie Chan, Elton Ross Ins., 5-
4; Bobs Upholstery, Handi Spot
Mkt. Bill Garts, Fuji-En Restau-
rant, 4-5; Rancho Prod,, Pacific
Mercantile Company, Canada Dry
-3-6.
NISEI CLASSICS'
TEAM STANDINGS
Nisei Classics team standings
rire as follows, with numerals
indicating wins and losses, res-
pectively:
Georges Super Service, Elite
Florist, The Akebono Restaurant,
3-0; F&8 Auto Service, Sakura-
En Restaurant, Schlitz, 2-1; Fuji
En Restaurant, Guaranty Bank,
1-2; Lotus Room Restaurant, Emb.
Letter Service, Strike-Spare, 0-3.
ON JASMINE STREET
James and Haruko Wellman have
purchased the house at 3661 Jas-
mine st.
Twenty-five members of the
Denver Judo School's Black Belt
members received certificates
last summer indicating their pro-
motion to* new ranks. The certifi-
cates were issued by the Judo Ko-
dokan headquarters in Tokyo.
The top rank issued by the Ko-
dokan is kudan, 9, and the highest
ranking local judoist is Tooru
Takamatsu, rokudan, the sixth
rank. Others with new ranks fol-
low:
Dr. Takeshi Ito, Fred Okimoto
and George Kuramoto-4; Yoshitaka
Sakai, Roger Stevens, Drs. Sueo
Ito and Yoshio Ito, Satsuki Chiku-
ma of Brighton and JohnSakabe-3.
Fred Oliver, Harold Pens,Stan-
ley Zimmering, Wataru Matsuo,
Leroy Abe and AIfredSuefentes-2.
Junichi Imada, Hideki Ishimoto,
Minoru Okada, Yoshihiro Kino-
shita, Ken Kuramoto, Masakazu
Yamashita, Hisao Tagawa, Hikaru
Tabuchi and J. Roark-1.
Industrialists
Ten Japanese industrialists
were visitors here last week, in-
terested in industrial plants, as
would be expected, as well as in
other local institutions for ex-
ample, the Emily Girffith Oppor-
tunity School.
Their trip was arranged by lia-
ison office in Wash., D.C., called
Japan Productivity Center. The
contingent included YasutaroGoto,
president of Origin Electric Co. of
Tokyo and Sadayoshi Hamamoto,
director of group called Japan De-
mocracy in Action Federation.
THEY PARTICIPATED
IN FOOD EXHIBIT
Keenesburg The South East
Weld County Fair was held here
last week. The winners in the jun-
ior food exhibit included Karen
Ikenouye, Ann Ruppe and Judy
Epple.
BLUES AND REDS BATTLE
TO SCORELESS TIE
Brighton Blue and Red foot-
ball teams battled to a score-
less tie last week. Howard Sakata
played substitute end for the Blues.
These teams are sponsored by the
Brighton Police Recreation Pro-
gram.
Bowling In Autuan
Fort Lupton The niseis, who
had about disappeared from the
weekly summer bowling play, are
slowly coming back at the Fort
Lupton Lanes.
Some of the results last week
follow: In the Friday Night Ladies
League, Jean Okubo's high game,
181; high series, 490. In Wed-
nesday Nighters Mixed League,
Amy Urano, 144 in high game list;
in tiie Thursday Thunderbird ser-
ies, Fuzzy Hisamoto, 159 in high
game; Dr. George Uyemura's high
game, 214; high series, 557.
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A WALNUT CAKE is simply a
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fpr an issei gardener of Oakland,
Calif., his 20-year-old personal
recipe for this cake was worth
$1,000 last week in a national
bake-off competition.
Against formidable odds for his
competitiors were mostly women-
folk, queens of their respective kit-
chen realm modest but confi-
dent Umejiro Kuritsubo quietly
slipped down to Los Angeles, en-
tered the gleeming kitchen of Bev-
erly Hilton hotel.
There, he whipped up his favor-
ite cake, presented it to the August
board of judges to taste. They ad-
judged the amateur issei baker's
cake worthy of the $1,000 prize.
MANUAL LOSES TO EAST
East Highs tennis team last
week blanketed Manual 6-0.
Among Manual's players were:
the Doug Tsutsui-Caleb Frobig
team from Manual which lost to
East's Phil Cantrell-Brent New-
ton team, 6-0, 6-0,
The Tommy Fujita-RobertRing-
leman team from Manual lost to
East's Mike Tinchula-Dan Tawil
duo by score of 6-0, 6-3.
AUTUMN SCHEDULE
Fort Lupton With passage of
summer, nisei bowlers began to
resume their weekly kegling acti-
vities.
Dr. George Uyemura was among
the high game and series players
in the mixed league, with scores
of 181 and 511, respectively.
In the Majors league, Tom Ur-
ano's series was 591, and John
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Rocky Mountain Jibo pt.ge 3
MEMBERS OF CUB SCOUT PACK 245 recently sported their new caps and shirts denoting their softball
team. Among players is Steve Kawashima. Look closely. That's the boy holding a bat to the frnnr r^T
fourth from left. Photo courtesy, Adams County Almanac. row
CINCINNATI, HERE WE
ARE NEW YORK,
HERE WE COME!
Cincinnati Waseda University
hikers, who left San Francisco last
March, passed through Denver in
mid-summer, arrived here last
week.
Theyve walked seven to eight
Hours daily, and averaged 20 miles
each day.
We expect to arrive in New
York City on Nov. 13, group
leader Noboru Tajima estimated.
WOMENS GROUP PROFITS
FROM CAKE SALE
Net profit of $39 resulted from
the recent cake sale held by the
Simpson Church's WSCS.
Contributors of cakes and such
for the sale included: Shirley Su-
nata, Helen Yamamoto, KateAriki,
Lily Ariki, Teru Aoyagi, Sachi
Boyer, Flortoe Burrous, Kathryn
Gerkin, Helen Goto, Yoshiye Ha-
giya, Hana Hatakeyama, Mina Ito,
Tomi Ito, Virginia Ito, Ruth Ka-
mura, Charlene Langhofer, Aiko
Minaga, May Murakami, Yuki No-
gami, Fumi Otsuki, Miki Owada,
and Dee Schaier.
JAPANESE TO CONDUCT
RAVINIA FESTIVAL
Chicago Seiji Ozawa, 29, has
been appointed musical director
and conductor of the Ravinia music
festival, starting with the 1964
season.
Church Honors Six
Six isseis in this region who have
been active in the Protestant
churches for more than 30 years
were cited at a special service
held recently at Simpson Metho-
dist Church. The event was ob-
served to conjunction with the 85th
anniversary of the Japanese Pro-
testant mission in the United
States.
Recipients of the citation were:
the Rev. H* Kano of Fort Col-
lins, Kojiro KurokawaofFortLup-
ton, Yoshiro Nakayama, Sadaichi
Ota, and Mmes. Todome Otsuki
and Taka Hanamura.
SHE REFUSES TO
BE INFORMER
1 wont be forced ter become an
informer, Wendy Suzuko Na-
kashima, 21, of Atlanta, Ga., told
Chairman Edwin Willis of die
House un-American Activities
Committee.
The nisei Georgian, who still
faces Federal charges of possibles
fines and imprisonment for illegal
visit to Cuba with a group of
students, was among those sub-
poenaed to testify before the com-
mittee.
YOUTH JOINS AIR CORPS
Norman Yanase, the son of the
Dick Yanases of 3501 Lowell blvd.
enlisted recently to the USAF.
Don Terasaki was host at a fare-
well party given in Yanase's honor.
FORM FOREIGN
WIVES CLUB
The Foreign Wives Club is a
relatively new, but a flourishing
organization. Its membership con-
sists Of wives of foreign exchange
trainees and students in this area.
The club meets weekly at the In-
ternational House.
Japanese members include
Mmes. Yoshio Tsuchiya and Mo-
hiro Mori.
WORTHWHILE SUMMER
WORK FOR CO-ED
Fort Lupton Joyce Okamoto
returned last week to the home of
her parents, the Sam Okamotos,
following a summer spent in Los
Angeles where she was a play-
ground supervisor. She stayed at
the home of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Y. Nishisaka.
She is majoring to home econo-
mics at CSU in Fort Collins.
HOSPITAL PATIENTS
Toi Morimitsu was admitted to
the Brighton Community Hospital
last week.
At die Mercy Hospital to Den-
ver, Hideo Hamamura was still
convalescing last week-end as a
result of reportedly mild heart
attacks.
RESIDENCE SOLD
Derby Kazuo and Peony Miya-
^hara have sold their home at 6521
E. 79th ave., it was reported, to
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