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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, October 16, 1963 qq
Bishop Hanayama Schedules Visit Here
The San Francisco headquar-
ters of the Buddhist Churches
of America announced the itiner-
ary of Bishop Shinsho Hanayama's
two-week eastern tour which will
bring him to Denver on Friday,
Oct. 25.
The Bishop's trip began on Oct.
9 at Detroit. From there, his
schedule includes conferences with
Buddhist priests and members in
Toronto and Montreal, Canada;
Boston, New York, Seabrookfarms
in New Jersey, Cleveland, Chicago
and Minneapolis.
Fall Meeting Nov. 1
General fall meeting for mem-
bers and friends of Mile Hi JACL
will be held at theBuddhistChurch
on Nov. 1, it was announced by
Michi Ando, chairman.
Potluck dinner begins at 6:30
p.m. Halloween party will be held
for children. Agenda for the meet-
ing including receipt of floor no-
minations for seven members
of the board who will serve a
three-year term.
Chairman Named For Biennial Conference
John Noguchi has accepted gen-
eral chairmanship of biennial
JACL District Council meeting
Nov. 29-30, it was announced.
Assistant conference co-chairmen
are Tom Koshio of Fort Lupton
and Bill Kuroki of Denver, presi-
dents of the respective chapters,
co-hosts for the conference.
Other conference officials are:
recognition committee, Bill Hoso-
kawa, chairman, andTakTerasaki,
Bob Maruyama, Sumi Takeno;
Registration chairman, Natch!
Matsunami;
Conference booklet, Tom Masa-
mori and Dave Furukawa.
Conference co-ordinatorisTrue
Yasui. Yet to be named are the
banquet chairman and toastmas-
ter. It will be held in the Cos-
mopolitan Hotel's Silver Glade
ballroom.
MARY SHIBAO HEADS
BRIGHTON CLUB
Brighton Mary Shibao is the
new president of the Nisei Wo-
men's Club. Its members met a|
week ago Thursday at the Buddhist
Church.
Her cabinet members are: vice
pres., Helen Tokunaga; rec. sec.,
Mae Funakoshi; corr. sec., Alice
Horii; treas., May Murata; prog.,
Mary Matsuno; publicity, Mary
Yamada; sunshine, Jo Chikuma;
social, Helen Fukaye and Hanako
Ito; refreshments, Frances Mizun-
aga and Mary Masunaga; ways and
means, Helen Okada.
OFF TO CHICAGO
Tak and Michi Terasaki were in
Chicago last week at national drug-
gists' convention.
SOCIETY NOTES: A Betrothal And Wedding
JEAl'IETTE KAiYAMORA AIJD GEORGS TOMOMITSU TO WED
Sunday, Oct, 20 has been chosen
as the wedding day by Miss Jean-
ette Kawamura and George Tomo-
mitsu at Simpson Methodist
Church.
Their parents are the Fred No-
buichi Kawamuras of 2556 Arapa-
hoe st., and the Harry S. Tomo-
mitsus of Honolulu.
The bridal party at the cere-
mony will include the maid of
honor, ..June Matsuda; junior
bridesmaid, Cynthia, daughter of
the Tom Masamoris; flower girl,
Sandra, daughter of the Paul Fu-
kumas; best man, Fukuma;
groomsman, Arthur Kawamura;
ring bearer, John Masamori.
The bride-elect is the sister of
Mrs. Lily Masamori.
JANET YANAGA. B03 HOSHIJIIVLA 33TR0TEAL REVEALED
The betrothal of Miss Janet
Teruko Yanaga to Robert Hoshi-
jima was revealed at a dinner party
given recently at the Lotus Room,
and attended by relatives and close
friends of the families.
Their parents are the Tom Ya-
nagas of 7190 North Washington
st., and the Kazuichi Hoshijimas
Coning Events
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., annual
Cathay Post Golf Club awards
dinner-dance at Red Slipper.
Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30jmtu, annual
Mile HighGolf Club awards dinner-
dance at Brown Palace West, Dr.
Jack Kimura, chairman.
Sat., Oct. 19, 8 p.m,, YBL De-
votional meeting at Brighton Bud-
dhist Church, with President Wil-
liam Tani, host church.
Fri., Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m.. Mile
Hi JACL general fall meeting and
Halloween party following potluck
dinner, at Buddhist church.
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-lft Tri-State
Buddhist church ymuftl bazaar at
the church.
Sun., Nov. 17, DBAC fish derby
dinner; Henry Tagawa, chairman.
Fri.. Nov. 22, evening, Cathay
Post Child Welfare benefit.
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention at C osmo-
politan Hotel.
FrL-Sun., Dec. 20-22, Joint YBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist church.
of 3822 Franklin st.
The bride-elect attended CU at
Boulder and Is now employed at
Sundstrand Aviation Co. The
groom-to-be attended CSU at Fort
Collins and is now employed at
Gart Brothers Co. store in Engle-
wood.
Church Services
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th st.
9:30 a.m. Sabbath School.
11 aitf., Sabbath service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, 1645 Newton st.
9:30 a.nu, Sunday SchooL
10:40 a.m., Sunday Service.
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High st.
9:30 am.f Sunday SchooL
11 a.m., English service.
11 am., Issel service.
BUDDgllST CHURCH
1945 Lawrence st.
10 a.m., Sunday SchooL
10:30 a.m., Sunday services.
Student Teachers
Among the six students from
Colo. State College at Greeley
who are undergoing student teach-
er training at schools in Adams
county are:
Elaine M. Higashi who is divid-
ing her attention between South
Elementary schools special edu-
cation unit and North grade
school's third grade;
Beverly A. Oka is at Brighton
High School, learning how to teach
physical education to the girls.
garden at his home at 3305 E. for benefit tour sponsored by the garden was designed and created
26th ave. It was one of ten homes Women's Activities Division of by landscape gardener HarryUme-
and gardens selected last week the Democratic party. The Yamada moto. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
MME. TAMEJIONOYE was a re-
cipient of a new stage curtain at
a recent recital program. The
curtain, made in Japan, was pre-
sented to her by her pupils. She
is shown at right preparing facial
make-up for performer, Mrs.
Susie Potts,
Experts-Critics
Mr. and Mrs. Naka from Los
Angeles, experts and critics of
the bonsai, were among those who
attended the annual exhibition of
this art craft in the lobby of the
Denver U.S. National Bank last
week-end.
Mrs. Toshiko Naka is the daugh-
ter of the Nagahiko Mizunagas of
Brighton who recently celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary.
In the recent announcement about
this anniversary event, the Jiho
inadvertently omitted the name of
Mrs. Norio Chikuma, nee Yos-
hiko Mizunaga, third daughter of
the celebrants.
VISITOR FROM IDAHO
Gary Nakashima of Idaho Falls,
Ida., is studying drafting at a
school in Denver,
Services For Kodaaa
Funeral services were held
Tuesday for the lateReijiKodama,
father of Kody Kodama and Mrs.
Joan Miyamoto.
The funeral services were held
at the Buddhist Church, and cre-
mation services were at Fair-
mount cemetery. The deceased
had been a patient at St. Anthony
Hospital.
Wider Exchange Of Performing Arts Sought
Washington D.C. Expansion of __
exchanges in performing arts and
educational television programs
will be two of the subjects to be
discussed at thesecondU.S,-Japan
conference on cultural and educa-
tional interchange.
The one-week conference opened
here today. Heading the U.S dele-
gation is Pres. Hugh Borton of
Haverford College, Pa., scholar in
Japanese history. The delegation
includes Pres. John D. Rockefel-
ler III of the New York City Ja-
pan America Society and Prof.
Joseph Yamagiwa, chairman offar
eastern languages at the Univ. of
Mich.
The Japanese delegation in-
cludes Pres. Shin taro Fukushima
of Japan Times and Susumu Naka-
gawa, minister of the Japanese em-
bassy in Washington.
VISITOR IN TOWN
Dr. A. Yamanari of the Grand-
ville-Phillips Corp. of Tokyo was
a visitor in Denver last week.
Two Among 13,000
Evanston, 111. The office of
Pres. John Stalnakerof theNation-
al Merit ScholarshipCorp. report-
ed that of 13,000 high school stu-
dents named as semifinalists in die
nation-wide merit scholarship
competition, 24 were sansei sen-
iors.
They include two from inland
states:
Chlyeno Jean Sutow of San Ja-
cinto High School in Houston, Tex.;
and Courtney Hashimoto of East
High School in Cheyenne, Wyom-
ing.
Ota Wants To Learn About Isseis Here
Boulder Modern Japanese
Literature*' was the subject dis-
cussed last week by Dr. Saburo
Ota of the faculty of Tokyo In-
stitute of Technology at the meet-
ing of the department of Slavonic
and Eastern Languages on die CU
N
campus.
While in the United States, Dr.
Ota expects to attend several lin-
guistic conferences, but during
his visit in Colorado, the educa-
tor said he wanted to study the his-
tory of Japanese people in this re-
gion.
FOR YEARS Adams county
was acknowledged as powerful bed-
rock and fount of Democratic party
politics. A long-time acquaintance
of Republican State Rep. Seiji
Horiuchi, and a genro of county
Democrats recently was heard to
remark plaintively Why did a
wonderful guy like Seiji Horiuchi
have to turn up a Republican?"
Howsoever, here is Horiuchi
chatting with former Adams Coun-
ty Republican chairman Charles
Taylor, left, and State Senator
Bill Chenoweth at recent Consti-
tution Day dinner. Seiji served as
toastmaster. Adams County Al-
manac photo.
BULK RATE
U.S.POSTAGE
PAID
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Pag 2
Wednesday, October 16,
- B ON II N G A
INAI AND FURUIYE
TAKE HIGH SERIES
Sam Inai-609and Yukio Furuiye-
577 were top high series players
last week in the Nisei Classics
bowling.
High game players were Tats
Iwahashi-224, Tom Hiraoka-223
and Kiyo Yokooji-223.
F & B Auto Service team head-
ed the roster with 10 wins-two
losses. Team includes GeorgeGo^
to, Furuiye, Beaver Asano and
Bob Hoshijima.
MITS NAKAGAWA HAS
HIGH AVERAGE
* Mits Nakagawa in the Nisei Wo-
mb's League lead with top aver-
ages 175.8 as of Oct. 2. Other
top averages were turned in by
Mats Ito-167.4, Jean Sato-167.1,
Taki Hayashida-154.10, and Mary
Hlga-153.14.
JUNIORS JOIN
WEEKLY SERIES
Fort Lupton Junior bantams
have again joined their elders in
local bowling series.
Recent high game players in-
cluded Howard Kiyota-170, Janice
Koshio-133, Carolyn Hisamoto-
130.
Among adults high series,
Amy Urano-407, George Uyemura-
482, Fuzzy Hisamoto-385.
1963
C T I V I T I E S
BEN HARA TAKES
HIGH SERIES
Ben Hara, Hank Fukino and Tosh
Tawara took the high series honors
in Sept. 28 DBAC bowling event
with 633, 626, and 585 scores,
respectively. Jackson Ishida's high
game score was 230.
In the women's series, Taeko
Tagawa, Sadami Kuroda and Esther
Iwata were top scorers in this
event: 542, 533 and 531, respec-
tively. Ruth Kamibayashi topped
high game honors with a 204 score.
On Oct. 5, Bob Iwata and Betty
Yanari topped high series in their
respective divisions with an even
600 and a 588, respectively. High
game scores of 231 and 223 were
racked up by Jim Doizaki and Ruby
Miyazawa.
PIZZA TEAM
LEADS LEAGUE
Jim Sano's Pizza bowlers lead
Celebrity league series last week
with 14 wins-7 losses. Crew mem-
bers are Tom Ioka, Harry Naka-
gawa, Jun Oya, Bob Mayeda and
Fred Ikeya.
High series players were Harry
Nakagawa-667, Bob Norrish-665
and Shun Nakayama-661. High
game players were Nakayama-263,
Harry Nakagawa-256 and Ioka-
252.
GIVE TO UNrTED FUND
The F o r u
Parents with children in schools
and colleges far away from their
homes have a common privilege:
the dispatching of funds periodi-
cally to their youthful hopefuls.
As a distinct subcategory of this
general subject, a couple of par-
ents here probably have one further
matter in common: Responding to
their offsprings' periodic and,
sometimes, desperate pleas for
funds real or Imagined.
Thus, on calls, the Bob Horiuchis
would be dispatching funds to son
Bruce at faraway University of
Vienna in Austria. Meanwhile, the
Tak Terasakis would be doing like-
wise for their daughter, Alene,
attending high school in the sub-
urb of Hanover, Germany.
Comparison of exchange rates
suggests that the Terasakis would
buy German Deutsch Marks more
dearly than the Horiuchis, who
would be converting dollars into
Austrian Schillings.
A teller in a local bank looked
up the current exchange rates to
say that while a Deutsche Mark is
worth $0.2520, an Austrian Schil-
ling is valued at $0,039.
Inconsequential intelligence: Vi-
enna is probably some 400 air-
miles southeast of Hanover.
Autumn Tourists
Harry Matoba's autumn travel
group now touring Japan numbers
11 persons, according to secre-
tary, Mrs. Haru Koto. Matoba
expected to fly back home Oct. 29.
The tourists are: Messrs, and
Mmes. Yasutaro Yoshihara of La-
fayette, Hajime Fuji, Ray Eto;
Mmes. Tatsu Tabuchi of Los An-
geles, mother of Mrs. Yoshihara;
and Shige Fujinaml of Denver.
Others are: Frank Sumida, Tat-
suma Nagai and Mitsutaro Miya-
hara, all of Denver.
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Welfare Benefit
A benefit party will be staged
Friday, Nov. 22, by the Cathay
American Legion Post, it was
announced by Commander Tom
Hikida.
Proceeds from the program will
be used in the Post's child wel-
fare work, he said. In charge of
the activities are Jim Kuga and
Yosh Aral.
GIRL ELECTED PEP
CLUB SECRETARY
Las Animas Cheryl Maruyama
was elected secretary of the Pep
Club at Las Animas High School.
BULLDOGS STUN
INVADING KNIGHTS
Brighton Coach Gene Worden
had high praise last week for his
high school gridders in their en-
counter with the invading Fairview
eleven from Boulder. Host team's
defensive roster includes guard
Harvey Tashiro. Score: 13-13.
ALL-STAR COMPETITION
Top bowlers of this region are
competing for die three-man and
two-woman delegation to the Na-
tional All-Star bowling tourney
coming up in Dallas, Tex. Among
qualifiers last week were A1 Kel-
log with 3723 and Ken Matsuda
with 3481.
STUDENT COUNCIL
Newly elected sophomore re-
presentatives to the Student Coun-
cil at Iver C. Ranum High School
includes Joe Miyamoto.
BONSAI CLUB DEVOTED
TO BONSAI AND 1KEBANA
Annual Denver Bonsai Club ex-
hibit last week-end at Denver U.
S. National Bank lobby included
two art-crafts bonsai and ike-
bana. Club officers includeGeorge
Inai, president, and George Fu-
kuma, vice president in charge of
publicity.
The Japan Society Of Oenver Presents
CLASSICAL JAPANESE DANCES
By Mme. Senjo Segawa of New York City Accompanied
by two of her pupils Senya Segawa and Senmi Segawa.
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