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ROCKY MOUNTAIN J1HO
Wednesday, October 9, 1963 No. 79
Chaplain Delivers His Very First Sermon
REUNION FOR MEMBERS
OF CLASS OF *54
Fort Lupton Members of the
class of 1954 of the high school
held a reunion dance Saturday.
They included Jeanette Koshiowho
was head girl and co-editor of the
"Luciefer's Log.*' Class vice-
president was Ted Mitamura.
Teaches Deaf-Blind
Miss Emilia Mitsuru Yamamoto,
25, from Presidente Prudente,
Brazil, is a school teacher. Her
pupils are the deaf and blind chil-
dren.
A graduate of Sao Paolo Uni-
versity, Miss Yamamoto, is niece
of Hayasuke Yamamoto of Derby.
Now on leave from her school,
she is studying English at the Emily
Griffith Opportunity School.
Her native city is some 500 miles
southwest of Sao Paolo.
MERIT CERTIFICATES
All. Joseph, principal,of Maple-
ton High School last week posted
names of students who received
a grade point average of 3.5 or
better, and are recipients of the
coveted Merit Certificate. Among
these scholars is Patti Shibao.
DELEGATE TO
MORMON CONFERENCE
Miss Ethel Nihei, formerly of
Denver, now residing in Los An-
geles, was a visitor here last week.
She was enroute to Salt Lake City
to attend a Mormon Church con-
ference.
REOPEN TOMORROW
The Osakaya store reopens to-
morrow after having been closed
for several weeks during the con-
valescence of its owneri Teruichi
Nakayama. He was a patient at
St. Anthony's Hospital.
HARANO RECOVERING
North Platte Earl Harano is at
home convalescing from a heart
attack suffered last month while in
Dallas,^ Tex. The attack occurred
when he was playing on a Dallas
golf course.
Church Services
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th st.
9:30 a.m., Sabbath School.
11 am., Sabbath service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH. 1645 Newton st.
9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
10:40 a.m., Sunday Service.
Colorado Springs Lieutenant
Roger Harano at Fort Carson is
the brand new chaplain of the Sec-
ond Battalion in die 61st Infantry
Division.
Last Sunday morning at 11 a.m.
in the battalion chapel No. 3, Chap-
lain Harano delivered his first ser-
mon before the soldier-worship-
pers.
Lieutenant Harano, a native Ne-
braskan, is a graduate of the first
class to be graduated from theU.S.
Army Chaplains School establish-
ed at McCormick Theological Se-
minary in Chicago. He completed
his undergraduate work at Hast-
ings College in Hastings, Nebr.
He is the son of the George Ha-
ranos and nephew of the photo-
grapher, Earl Harano, of North
Platte, Nebr. His brother, Ro-
bert, resides here in Westminster.
COLLEGE FROSH
ELECTED TO OFFICE
Colorado Springs GordonAoy-
agi of Denver was elected vice
president of the Freshman class at
Colorado College.
NISEI JET PILOT
STATIONED IN JAPAN
Jet Pilot, USAF 1st Lt. Ben
Furuta has been posted to an air-
field in Japan, after serving 16
months on the island of Guam.
NEW CHIEF OF STAFF
Boulder Dr. Donald Moore,
newly appointed chief of staff of
Boulder Community Hospital an-
nounced completion of staff ap-
pointments to the various depart-
ments. Among physicians named to
the infectious disease committee
was the pediatrician, Dr. William
Takahashi.""
Novi For Gakuen
Tomisaburo Wakayama stars in
the movie at Buddhist Church Oct.
13 at 7 p.m. The benefit event is
sponsored by the Japanese Langu-
age School conducted at the church.
This films title is Hassu
Chike-muri." Second film on the
twin billing is entitled *Wakasama
Torimono-Cho," starring Hashizo
Okawa as the fearless, astute de-
tective.
NEW CHOIR DIRECTOR
Miss Anita Davis of Lakewood
has accepted the choir director's
post at the Simpson Methodist
Church. Music committee mem-
bers at the recent meeting includ-
ed Chairman Jean Sato, Bessie
Joko, Julie Kamura, Alice Kura-
moto, Janet Yamakawa, Pam Bur-
rous and Anita Davis.
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High st,
9:30 a*m, Sunday School,
li 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.
Foreign Students
Four students from Japan were
among the 32 foreign students who
last week attended the welcoming
party given for them at the Wil-
lowbrook in Littleton.
They were: Hiromi Sugawara
from Craig, Masako Ito from Den-
ver, Ken Takeno fromWheatridge,
and Michiko Ochiai.
UNITED FUND The kick-off
breakfast meeting for Adams coun-
ty United Fund campaign at Cian-
cio's restaurant brought together
these area chairmen who will seek
public contribution totalling $5,
600: Arthur Karas in central sec-
tion, Mrs. Naida Shiflin for em-
ployee solicitation, Jack Piper for
business houses, Frank Nakagawa
for south section, Robert Decker
for north section. Photo by The
Adams County Dispatch.
BRIDAL PARTY The former Bridal party at nuptial rite includ-
Miss Michi Kagiyama of Hender- ed parents of bride, Mr. and Mrs.
son became the bride of Richard Susumu Kagiyama, the bride and
Yoshida of Denver in ceremony groom and grooms parent, Keiichi
performed at the Buddhist Church. Yoshida. PhotobyEdShimabukuro.
Members Span Breadth Of Mhole State
Just as the Ricr Grande river
coursing down from Colorado,
through New Mex. and Tex., at-
tracted issei and nisei formers, so
apparently in Idaho, the Snake ri-
Ver drew Japanese form settlers.
Thus, five of the eight JACL
chapters in the Intermountain Dis-
trict are along this irrigation
stream. Probably the chapter fur-
thest upstream is at Rexburg,
southwest of Wyoming's Yellow-
stone park. Then in sequence down-
stream are the chapters of Idaho
Falls, Pocatello and Boise Valley
in the Idaho-Oregon border. There
might be nearly 400 miles distance
across the state between Rexburg
and. Caldwell, where the Boise
Valley chapter is hosting the forth-
coming Council meeting in Novem-
ber. The Snake River unit is an-
other chapter along this stream.
The three Utah chapters are at
Ogden, Salt Lake City and at Mur-
ray, a community south of the
state capital.
Census Report
Federal census reports say that
the approximate Japanese Ameri-
can population of Utah (4,400) and
Idaho (2,300) is about 6,700; and
those of Colorado (6,900) and Ne-
braska (900) is about 7,800, In
this sort of comparison, one may
say that the comparative totals
for the two districts are toler-
ably similar.
However, the total IDC mem-
bership is. over 1,800, while that
of the Mountain Plains district
may be about 1,000.
The IDC chapters were organiz-
ed between 1935 and 1944. The
host Boise Valley chapter Is 26
years old. The units in the Moun-
tain Plains district were organiz-
ed between 1938 and 1950.
Midwestern and eastern Dis-
trict Councils appear to be able
to hold periodic joint meetings.
Perhaps a similar joint sessioh
for IDC and Mountain Plains units
also would be useful.
Teaching Fellowship
Colorado Springs A 25-year-
old physicist on leave from the
automation division of an electri-
cal manufacturing firm was a guest
of a faculty member ofUSAFAcad-
emy prior to his enrolling at DU in
Denver for the fall term.
Junichiro Fukui, who is a gradu-
ate of Waseda University where
he majored in Applied physics,
was a guest of Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Joseph Castelli. He is an assistant
professor of geography at the aca-
demy.
Fukui, who has a two-year teach-
ing fellowship at. DU, will be a can-
didate for master of science de-
gree at the institution's physics
department. His employer is the
Shibaura Electric Co. of Kawa-
saki, Japan.
THREE MORE OBTAIN
CITIZENSHIP
UJS, immigration and Natural-
ization Director John T. Ciingan
announced that three more Japan-
ese in Colorado Springs area were
naturalized as citizens during
August.
They are: Mmes.Mitsuko Knight
and Chieko Elms, both ofColorado
Springs, and Mitsuko Jenkins who
lives at the Post Trailer Lot in
Fort Carson.
CSC's Hellzabruin
Greeley Traditional top event
of autumn term at Colorado State
College is Home Coming Week for
the alumni, and an attraction dur-
ing the week is the selection and
announcement of the name of Home
Coming Queen.
Joan Sakyo, co-ed from Ocke,
New York, was named as one of the
five candidates. Selection of the
queen was to have been made
last week-end. Coronation cere-
mony is to be held during the
Hellzabruin student talent show
this Fridayl
Joan Sakyo
Miss Sakyo Is recording secre-
tary of the nisei and sansei-init-
iated Intercollegiate Students or-
ganization.
He's Sgt. Fro* 16th
Wednesday, Oct. 16, is an impor-
tant day for Patrolman ArtArita
of Denver Police Dept. He will
assume his new rank of sergeant
from that day, as a result of his
passing recently a promotional
examination.
A policeman since February,
1957, Arita has been working on
detail No. 2 at District 3 in south-
east Denver. The district office is
at No. 20 E. Center st. Detail No.
2 means he has been working the
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. shift, usually
aboard Car No. 37.
Where he will be assigned, as
sergeant, was not known last week
at the District 3 office.
Bonsai Experts
Bonsai experts from Los An-
geles, Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Naka
will be present at this art and
design exhibit by the Japanese at
the Denver-U,S, National Bank
lobby this Sat. and Sun., Oct. 12-
13. They will answer the visitors'
questions regarding bonsai.
STAGE CURTAIN
PRESENTATION MADE
At a special recital Sunday, the
pupils ofMme. Tameji Onoyepre-
sented her with a new stage cur-
tain. It was especially ordered for
he occasion from Japan.
DALLAS YWCA WORKER
Dallas Mrs. Dorothy Takechi
Tada is assigned to the YWCA
position with the title: Assistant
executive in charge of program
and coordination. During the war,
she was a social worker at Ama-
che WRA camp in Granada, Colo.
zmm 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.nt.
Fri., Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m., at Sa-
kura-En restaurant, welcome din-
ner for the Rev. Shojitsu Ohara,
high priest of Nishi Hongwangi
Temple in Kiyoto; after dinner,
priest to lecture at Buddhist
Church.
. Sun., Oct. 13, 7 p.m., movie
sponsored by the Japanese Langu-
age School at the Buddhist Church.
Wed., Oct. 16, evening, Budd-
hist church memorial service for
Bishops.
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., annual
Cathay Post Golf Club awards
dinner-dance at Red Slipper.
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., annual
Mile High Golf Club awards dinner-
dance at Brown Palace West, Dr.
Jack Klmura, chairman.
Fri.-Sun., Nov. 1-3, evangelis-
tic mission with guest minister.
Rev. Roy SasakiofSanJoseMetho-
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., Nov. 22, evening, Cathay
Post Child Welfare raffle-bingo
benefit.
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention atC osmo-
politan Hotel.
Fri*-Sun., Dec.20-22,JointYBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist church.
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Wednesday, October 9, 1963
Golfers Closing Season With Award fete
Dr, Jack Kimura is chairman of
the annual Mile High Golf Club
awards dinner-dance Saturday,
Oct, 19, 7:30 p.m., at Brown Pal-
ace West. JimHanamura is awards
chairman.
Among awards to be presented
are: in 36-hole tourney, A-flite,
1st-Yosh Nakayama, 2nd-George
Nagai; B-flite, Ist-Dick Yamamo-
to, 2nd-Sam Kumagai; B-flite, 1st
George Komaru, 2nd-Don Tanabe;
Consolation-Irv Matsuda;
72-hole tourney: 1-FredAoki, 2-
Sueo Ito, 3-Rupe Arai;
36-hole tourney: 1-Min Matsun-
aga, 2-Chili Fujisaki; trophy pro-
vided by the Granada Fish Co.
Final consolation match, (Frank
Dalpes Trophy), won by John Chi-
kuma.
GIVE TO UNITED FUND
Celebrity Roster
The following players on the 12
team-roster of the Celebrity Ni-
sei League:
Handy Spot Mkt., Toyo Nobuta,
Bill Chikuma, Ed Shimoda, Jim
Motoyama, Gene Tagawa; Bill
Carts Tak Yamasaki, Beaver
Asano, Ken Namba, DaveFuru-
:awa, George Nagai; Canada Dry,
ob Norrish, Bill Yamada, Roy
Nagata, Tok Mukaikubo, Ben Ka-
mada;
Charlie Chan, Bud Stark, Dr,
Takashi Mayeda, Bill Tobo, Don
Miyake, Bud Uchida; Colo. Badge,
Nish Nishikawa, Hootch Okumura,
Art Yoshimura, Ben Ichikawa, Jun
Komuro; Fuji-En, Tom Hasegawa,
George Yoshida, Jim Takaki, Ken
Takahashi, Vic Hirose;
Pacific Mercantile Co., Shun
Nakayama, Ed Yamaguchi, Roy
Nagai, Tony Kajiwara, Jim Hana-
mura; Ross Ins., Mel Shimono,
Mas Yoshimura, Rupert Arai, Art
Koyano, Gary Nakata; Bobs Up-
holstery, Bob Noguchi, Joey Su-
mida, Harry Hashimoto, Harry
Furukawa, Ben Goto;
Jim Sano Pizza, Tom Ioka, Harry
Nakagawa, Jun Oya, Bob Mayeda,
Fred Ikeya; Rancho Prod., John
Sakayama, Jim Fukuhara, Mas
Omoto, Frank Sehara, Tosh Hora;
John's Mkt., Tom Hikida, George
Otsuki, John Noguchi, John Oki-
zaki, Yosh Furuiye.
Page 2
BOWLING SCORES AT
FORT LUPTON
Fort Lupton Bowling scores at
Fort Lupton Lanes last week in-
clude the following:
High series, 405, and high game
146, by Amy Urano; 473 and 177
for Jean Okubo, 549 and 197 for
George Uyemura, 496 and 225
for Steve Hisamoto. High game
for Marjorie Uyemura, 160.
GREELEY MAJORS
Greeley Jim Mizunos high
game in the Majors last week was
239. In Columbine Classic, Stoke
Morita's high game and series
were 259 and 674.
THE KNUCKLEHEADS
Thats the name of the bowling
team whose players include Mrs.
Margaret Yamaka. They play in the
Denscoettes League. Her scoring
statistics: handicap, 35; a total of
1092 pins in 9 games; a 181
high game; a 490 high series, a
121.3 average.
PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS
Golden Two property trans-
actions were reported last week:
Mitsunobu Tatsumoto purchased
the property at 2512 Newcomb st.
in Lakewood; and Ben Matoba pur-
chased a property in the Country
Club Heights district, it was re-
ported.
THREE CLASSIC LEAGUE
TEAMS IN LEAD
Three teams with 7 wins and 2
losses apiece were leading the
Nisei Classics pin league last
week, according to **Nish Nishi-
kawa, secretary: George's Conoco,
Akebono and F & D Auto Service.
High series players were Allen
Uyeda-601 and Hooch Okumura-
585. High game players were Sam
Inai-224, Ben Yanaga-223 andM.
Matsuda-223.
Travel, Yes But -
One of the major sources of
American currency earned by for-
eign countries has been monies
spent abroad by American trav-
elers. Conversely, foreigners also
would like to travel abroad, and
in the course of their travels,
U.S.
For the Japanese with foreign
travel fever, theres the rub. Their
government would like to see them
travel, but dislike the notion of so
much yen funds being spent abroad.
So ironically, that government has
warned Japan Air Lines, for ex-
ample, to softpeddle its publicity
on overseas travel. Japanese trav-
el ban, originally scheduled to be
lifted this fall, was postponed to
next spring.
Even under the present travel
ban, nearly 9,000 Japanese went
overseas last May for business
purposes.
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Simpson Church's bowling lea-
gue Foster used to hover at about
80 male players. Revised current
list names about 55 players in
18 teams.
Top five or six players include
most of the perennially good play-
ers. At the end of nine games a
while back, top players and their
averages included: Norman Goto-
184, Tom Sera-178, Dick Iriye-
175, Yukio Furuiye-174, Shig Mo-
rishige-172, and Yosh Miyamoto-
171.
Top women players and their
averages included: LizKitashima-
166, Jean Sato-162, and Julia Ka-
mura-153.
CELEBRITY LEAGUE
BOWLING SCORES
Bob Mayedas high series and
game last week were 647-54-701
and 245-18-263. Bob Norrishhigh
series was 615-81-696; Joey Su-
midas high game was 236-17-
253.
Top team in the league was
Johns Mkt. with 13 wins and 5
losses.
A 7-POUND WHOPPER
Derby A 600-mile trip to a fa-
vorite spot up in Wyoming last
week resulted in a trout bonanza,
including a 7 lb. whopper for the
fisherman, Sam Tashiro, it was
reported.
AUTUMN SCOUTING
SEASON RESUMES
Commerce Town Cub Scout
Pack 245 shucked its summer
doldrum to resume scouting acti-
vities, with recent buffet supper
at the Arsenal camp ground as a
starter. Members of the troop
includes Steve Kawashima.
SUPRISE SHOWER
Thornton Guests at recent sur-
prise shower for Mrs. Betty Wolfe
at the home of Mrs. Joan Wolfe -
a pink and blue basinette being
the party motif included Mrs.
Ukie Kohama.
The F o r u a
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Hills domain in southern Califor-
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She casually storages in the vast
boudoir of her mansion an array
of elegant clothes including
$2,000 worth of jax slacks, it was
reported.
Jax is the trade name for an
exclusive dress designing shop in
Beverly Hills partnered by ex-
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Hansen. The Jax designer is Mrs.
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