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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHC
Wednesday, October 2, 1963
No. 78
Honor 3 Priests
A memorial service for three
former bishops of the Buddhist
Churches of America will be held
Wednesday evening, Oct, 16, itwas
announced by the Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda.
The deceased priests whose me-
mory will be honored are Ryotai
Matsukage, Enryo Shigefuji and
Koyu Uchida. Bishop Matsukage
died in the early 1950s. Shige-
fuji and Uchida passed away, res-
pectively, in 1959 and in 1961.
Bishop Shinsho Hanayama is the
present titular priest of the Budd-
hist Churches of America. His
residence and executive offices are
in San Francisco.
Fro San Jose Church
The Rev. Roy Sasaki of the
Japanese Methodist Church in San
Jose, Calif, is to conduct the Al-
dersgate Evangelistic mission
here for four days from Oct. 31,
it was announced.
In an exchange of posts, the Rev.
Paul Hagiya of the Simpson Church
will conduct a similar mission at
-the Sasaki's church.
FLYERS REUNION
Los Angeles Nisei airplane
pilots' reunion dinner was held
last week at the Imperial Gar-
den, whose owner is ex-Denver-
ite, George Furuta. President of
the reuniters is A1 Kushihashi,
ex-Nebraskan from North Platte.
4 Win Student Posts
Alamosa 28 Alamosa High
School students have been elected
to the student body offices.
They include four sanseis: A
representative from the senior
class, Sumiko Ogura; president
of the junior class, Eugene Yosh-
ida; Student Council officers, Ger-
ald Uyeda, president; Ann Fuji-
moto, secretary.
Sumiko is the daughter of Mrs.
Elsie Ogura, Eugene is the son
of the Clarence Yoshidas, Gerald
is the son of Frank Uyeda, and Ann
is the daughter of the Y. Fuji-
motos.
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
11 a.m., English service.
11 a.m., Issei service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1945 Lawrence st.
10 a.m., Sunday SchooL
10:30 a.m, Sunday services.
COMING EVENTS
Sat., Oct. 5-Sun., Oct. 13, In-
ternational Festival at Internation-
al House, 1600 Logan St., 2-10
p.m. daily except, Oct. 11, from
5:30 p.m.
Wed., Oct. 9, Sumi Art demon-
stration at Neusteters Art Ex-
hibition by Mrs. Yuri Noda.
Wed., Oct. 16, evening, Budd-
hist church ^memorial service for
Bishops._______ ___
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., annual
Mile High Golf Club awards dinner-
dance at Brown Palace West, Dr.
Jack Kimura, chairman.
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.^SaL, Nov. 29-30, Mountain*-
Plains JACL Convention at Cosmo-
politan Hotel.
Two Councils Meeting On Sane Week-End
THE GOD AND COUNTRY BOY SCOUT AWARDS were received
at Simpson Church by Howard and Stanley Koshi, Gene Takamine and
Tommy Fujita. Other recipients of these awards were George Shin-
bara and David Burrous. Howard and Stanley are the sons of the John
Koshis, Gene is the son of 'ihe Terry Takamines, and Tommy is die
son of the Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan Fujita. Photo by troop Scout Master;
Dr. Peter Doi.
Enrollaent Up 6%
Brighton Enrollment In Brigh-
ton School District 27-J is now
3,300, an over 6% increase from
Sept., 1962, it was announced by
school superintendent Walter Vi-
kan.
Vikan also announced appoint-
ment of instructors, including
George Miyashiro, who is teaching
sixth graders at North Elementary
SchooL
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GIRL FOR KAWAMURAS
Westminster The Albert Khwa-
muras of 7714 Navajo st. are par-
ents of a baby girl who was born
Sept. 3 at St. Josephs hospital
in Denver.
Pledge Neophytes
Fort Collins 13 fraternities
and 9 sororities at CSU pledged
neophytes last week.
The fraternities pledged 127
men, including the Acacia, which
pledged Bob Abe from Hawaii. The
sororities pledged 190 co-ed.
There were apparently no sansei
co-eds among them.
Frequently, sansei students do
receive bids from the Greek
houses, it was noted, but the re-
cipients of such invitations have
been known to decline them.
SANSEI SCHOOL LEADERS ^/
IN ADAMS COUNTY '
Brighton Karen Tazawa,
daughter of the Harry Tazawas,
was elected head girl at the new
South Jr. High. And, Sharon Ma-
sunaga was elected vice-presi-
dent of the Student Council.
At Brighton High, Joann Ma-
sunaga was elected Senior class
representative totheStudentCoun-
cil. Sharon and Joann are daugh-
ters of the Jess Masunagas.
t-Master
Higashi, 23,
a Lne-seout, was named scout-
master of Troop 109. Higasm is a
sixth grade teacher at South Ele-
mentary SchooL At the North, ele-
mentary school, his wife, Mildred,
is a teacher for second graders.
Higashi graduated from CSC at
Greeley in 1961.
Slate Induction
Greeley Rose Kirby, cleric of
the Weld county Draft Board an-
nounced that 30 men would be in-
ducted tomorrow. Also, 25 men
would be ordered to take their
physical examinations. They in-
clude George M. Tateyama of Ault
and David H. Nishimoto of Platte-
ville.
Golden Wedding Anniversary For Couple
The Nihonjin machi in Seattle,
Washington, back in 1913, must
have been a quiet, if a bit sedate
community composed of young
isseis and relatively few nisei
toddlers.
>The Napahiko Mizunagas of
Brighton, who^were married there
in 'seatue ou years ago, are cele-
brating their golden wedding anni-
versary this Sunday. They settled
in Brighton in the early 1920s.
i/
Members of die family and
friends will help them to. cele-
brate the occasion at dinner at
the Lotus Room.
All three of the Mizunagas'chil-
dren and their families are ex-
pected to be among the celebrants
"'at the festivities. They are son,
Keiji of Brighton, daughters Sun-
aye, who is Mrs. Roy Tani of
Adams City; and Toshiko, who is
Mrs. Yoshio Nakao of Los Angeles.
Four N's Keep Professor's Family Busy
Boulder The four N's do not
refer to a new folk-singing quar-
tet in ihis family for the in-
itials refer to Nobu, Nori, Naomi
and Nana daughters of Masa-
taka and Yoneko Mizushima.
Away from his home, which has
been rather frequent of late, the
sole male member of the family
is better known as Dr. Masataka
Mizushima, professor of physics
at CU.
A year ago, he took his family
with him to Japan for a teaching
stint at Tokyo University. A month
ago, he attended a conference of
physicists at Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada. Next February, he goes to
Europe, where he will serve as the
visiting professor of physiesatthe
University of Rennes, France.
A Naturalized citizen, he is also
a consultant at the Boulders Na-
tional Bureau of Standards.
P.S.: The age spread of the four
Ns is from two to six years of age.
GIRL FOR SAMESHIMAS
Ault The Yuko Sameshimas
became the parents of a baby girl
on Sept. 21* The child was born at
Weld county G^heral Hospital.
HOME FROM HOSPITAL
La Junta Tom Fujimoto was
released last week from the Men-
nonite Hospital where he was a
patient.
The Mountain Plains and the
Intermountain JACL District
Councils will convene on the
Thanksgiving week-end. National
Pres. Pat Okura of Omaha, many
of us assumed, would naturally
attend the session here, as the
principal national officer of die
league and as a member of that
chapters delegation.
But we learn that he will be the
guest of the IDC session in Cald-
well, Idaho. A map shows that
community to be some 20 miles
west of Boise, near the Oregon
border. The name of the host group
there is the Boise Valley chap-
ter, some 300 airmiles northwest
of Salt Lake City.
The IDC delegates will attend
from eight chapters scattered
through eastern Oregon, Utah and
Idaho. The Mountain Plains' chap-
ter delegates will come to Denver
from Omaha in Nebraska, and from
four Colorado chapters. The
distance between Omaha and Den-
ver is perhaps 500 airmiles.
Ken Wins $950
V
Ken Matsuda captured Sunday the
Colo. Professional Bowlers Assn,
tourney tour competition at Re-
creation lanes and the $950
top prize plus trophy.
Ken's score for the 12-game
qualifying round was 3675pins with
a 204.2 average. His nearest com-
petitor, Jeff Bonnett, with 3528
pins received $475.
In all, 32 players competed.
PAINT BRUSH BRIDGE
TOURNEY IN CHEYENNE
Cheyenne Dr. Tom Kobayashi
and his partner, Grant Jackson,
were tied for third place in the
first half of the Indian Paint Brush
Sectional Bridge Tournament here
recently.
1000 CLUB MEMBER
Frank Torizawa, owner of
Granada Fish Co., renewed his
membership in the National JACL
1000 Club, it was reported.
BAND BOOSTERS
ELECT OFFICERS
Westminster The Ranum-
Clear Lake Band Boosters have
elected officers. They include Mrs.
Frank Nakaoki, corresponding
secretary.
The band is made Xip of students
at Ranum High and Clear Lake Jun-
ior High.
FORT LUPTON HIGH
SCHOOL LEADERS
Fort Lupton Linda Konishi was
elected vice president of the sopho-
more class at the high school."
Joyce Murata, elected to the
Student Council, is also co-editor
of the 1963-1964 annual staff. Iris
Nakata is an assistant in the or-
ganizational editorial division.
Carolyn Hisamoto will worijwith
the staff on the section for the
classes.
Serve 450 Guests
MEMBERSHIP UP,
THOUGH DUES ARE UPPED
National JACL headquarters in
San Francisco reported that the
membership as of Aug. 30 was
17,317, which was 93 more than
the total for the same date in 1962.
This, despite increase of yearly
national dues from $2 to $3.
President of PTA at Horace
Mann Jr. High is Mrs. Louise Ota,
and the corresponding secretary
of the association is Mikyo Mat-
suura, who is also a member of
the school faculty.
On Sept. 25, they and other
members of the PTA managed to *
serve a spaghetti-dinner to about
450 persons.
FUTURE ORTHODONTIST.
Glenn Madokoro, 15, right, a mem-
ber of Red Cross Volunteens, is
shown making a plaster of paris
model of a mouth. Observing his
workmanship is Master Sgt. Dur-
ward Nabors, in charge of pros-
thetics laboratory at Lowry AFB.
Glenn, who plans to become an
orthodontist, is the son of Lt.
CoL and Mrs. Shigeshi Madokoro
of Englewood. Photo by Red Cross.
BfW BATS
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
Ohara From Kiyoto
The Rev, Shojitsu Ohara from
the Nlshi Hongwanji temple in Ki-
yoto has been invited to meet with
members of the Tri-State Budd-
hist Church, it was announced by
the Rev. Noboru Tsunoda.
The visitor, who will come from
a series of meetings organized for
him in Chicago, will be in Denver
from Oct. 11 to 17,
FORT LUPTON LANES
BOWLING RESULTS
Fort Lupton Here are some of
the scores from last week's talley
sheets:
Majors Tom Urano's high
game, 244; high series, 610;
Filibusters Dave Nishimoto,
high game, 253; high series, 562;
Wed, Niters, Mixed Amy Ur-
ano, high game, 154; high series,
433;
Friday Nite Ladies Jean Oku-
bo, high games, 182 and 178; high
series, 516,
NISEI WOMENS LEAGUE
Three high series bowlers
through the ninth game in the Nisei
V/omens League were: Sadami
Kuroda-572, Jean Sato-561, and
Eileen Mayeda-552.
Top average score at that point
was maintained byMitsNakagawa-
179.8.
The F o r u
ON "LASSOING WHALES
Off the port village of Cabo
Frio, Brazil, wiry Capt, Katsumi
Yoshizaki and his crew aboard
the 473-ton vessel have the tem-
erity to locate and lasso whales
ranging up to 40 tons. Once, they
"strung up a 90-foot long 100-
ton monster.
The, skipper, a seven-year vet-
eran of whaling expeditions in the
North Pole region, said they can
be converted into passably good
sashimi*
A whale brings the owner of the
vessel, Taiyo Fish Co., an aver-
age of about half million Cru-
zeiros ($1,200). In season, which
is about six months yearly. Cap-
tain Yoshizakis and his crew haul
in a daily average of 3.6 whales.
Beached at Cabo Frio, they are
trucked in refrigerated vehicles
to Sao Paolo, and shipped to Ja-
pan.
Page 2
Bowling Scores Up And Down State
Greeley Some of the bowling
WHEN YGU ENJOY GARDENING, as Mrs. Fude Yamaguchi does,
it's a delight and not a chore. Her garden in the plot adjacent to her
home at 4044 Umatilla st., a marvel of varied vegetables, kept her
busy all summer long. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
scores of the prior week:
In Ault Mens unit, Carl Kino-
shita, individual series, 615, and
individual game, 232.
In Greeley Ladies league, M,
Muratas individual series was
488; and M. Osakis individual
game score was 220.
In Columbine Majors circuit.
Stoke Morita's high game was
234.
DBAC BOWLING SCORES
Along about the third week of
play in die DBAC bowling series,
the 31 players in the roster ap-
peared to range from the 110-
120 series to the high 170 averages.
The low and high averages pro-
bably were bracketed by these
players: Frank Hiraoka-125 and
Nobu Hotta-111, Jackson Ishida-
177 and Hank Fukino-175.
For ladies. May Nakamura-139
and Kiyo Tsukamoto-138 led the
pace. Others were averaging in the
early 100s: Mary Miyazawa-113,
Esther Iwata-105# Thats about
the range of average scores.
High series players were Sam
Kato-618 and Kiyo Omoto-566.
CELEBRITY NISEIS
Jim Takaki-663 andRoyNagata-
613 were top high series players
in die Celebrity Niseis pin cir-
cuit last week. Jun Oya-235, Tom
Ioka-231 and Takaki-263were high
game players. Johns Mkt. lead
with 11 wins and 4 losses. Jim
Sano Pizza was second with a
10-5.
CLASSIC LEAGUE
High game players last week
were Bill Nakamura-241 and Art
Arita-236. George's Conoco ser-
vice team led with six wins. Ake-
bono was second with 5 wins and 1
loss. High series players were
Charlie Yamaguchi-576 and Naka-
mura-241.
SCORES 545
La Junta Amy Konishis high
series last week in the Womens
Night League was 545.
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Other help employed for heavy cleaning.
Private room, bath, and T.V. Top wages.
985-4695
The prices are furnished by B. J.
Leonard & Co. and do not reflect actual
transactions. They are intended as a
guide for approximate range within which
these securities could have been sold
(indicated by bid) or bought (indicated
by asked) at the time of compilation.
October 1, 1963
Bid ask
Denver Natl. Life 3% 4 1/8
Empire Savings & Loan 8 3/4 9 3/4
1st colo. Bankshares 13 3/4 15
Liberty Real Estates 7 7%
Lytton Financial 38% 41
Mile Hi Kennel 3 7/8 4 3/4
Security Life & Acc. 48 51
State Life 2 5/8 3 1/8
United American Life 32% 35
United Nations Ins. 1 3/8 1 5/8
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