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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, October 23, 1963
No* 81
Slate National Buddhist Planning Session
A critical evaluation of the pro-
gress being made by Buddhist
churches will be undertaken at the
national planning meeting of the
board of the Buddhist Churches of
America Nov, 2-3 at Hilton Hotel,
The presiding officer at the ses-
sion will be Nobe Yamakoshi of
Chicago, BCA board chairman,
said Jim Kanemoto of Longmont,
member of the national body. Dig-
nitaries in attendance will include
Bishop Shinsho Hanayama of San
Francisco, who will be accom-
panied by several of his staff mem-
bers and priests from west coast
Churches.
Board members and delegates
who are expected at this meeting
include not only Busseis from the
tri-state jurisdiction of the Budd-
hist Church here, the Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda explained, but also from
churches in several west coast, in-
termountain and inland states.
CALLIGRAPHY, IKEBANA
TO BE TAUGHT
Mrs. Fumiko Ara from Los An-
geles will conduct classes in tea
ceremony, ikebana, and calligra-
phy. Persons interested in learning
these arts are requested to tele-
phone Mrs. Frank Torizawa con-
cerning class schedules. Classes
will beheldattheBuddhistChuch.
Campus Crusade
Greeley The Rev.KosukeMaki
of the Japan National Campus Cru-
sade for Christ preached lastweek
at the First Evangelical Free
Church.
The American tour of die minis-
ter, whose undergraduate major at
Tokyo University was in physics,
is being sponsored by a group of
business men of Minneapolis,
Minn.
Many Engagements General And Marshal
The Rev. Noboru Tsunoda has
accepted invitation to be the guest
speaker at YBL convention Nov. 9
at Vancouver, British Columbia.
Prior to that engagement, how-
ever, die priest is scheduled to be
in Albuquerque, New Mex., Oct. 21
to discuss Buddhism chi a TV pro-
gram. From there successive en-
gagements will take him to Me-
silla Park, New Mex., and to El
Paso, Tex.
Colorado Springs -Gen.Takeshi
Matsuda, chief of staff of Japan
Air Defense Force, and his staff,
conferred last week with Royal
Canadian Air Force Marshal C.
Roy Slemon, deputy commander
in chief of the North American Air
Defense Command.
Also visiting die command head-
quarters here was Kenkichi Ko-
nishi, assistant foreign news edi-
tor of the Tokyo Mainichi news-
paper.
Aldersgate Evangelisa Dates Scheduled
The Simpson Church's commis-
sion on evangelism announced the
following schedule erf the Alders-
gate Evangelistic Mission, headed
by the Rev. Roy Sasaki of Wes-
ley Methodist Church of San Jose,
Calif., as guest speaker;
Thurs., Oct. 31, Young Adult
evening meeting at the residence of
Sam and Robert Inal; then in suc-
cession, Nov. 1, 6;30 p.m., wel-
come banquet; Nov. 2, 8 p.m.,
meeting aithehomeofDr.andMrs.
Setsuo Ito; Nov. 3, Sunday morn-
ing services, and at 5 p.m., joint
MYF meeting.
Ancient Miniature Trees Exhibited
A wide range of floral materials
and execution of styles were evi-
denced among the scores of dis-
plays last week-end at die bonsai
and ikebana exhibit in the lobby of
the Denver U.S. National Batik.
Among bonsais noted was the
estimated 300-year-old Ponderosa
pine displayed by Yoshio Kataoka.
Exhibit from perhaps the mostdis-
tant point was the chrysanthemum
display by Kinjiro Nakamura of
Thermopolls, Wyo.
Other displays included: Sam
Naka's wild plum tree, May Tori-
zawa's Juniper, FrankTakeshita's
crab tree and an estimated 900-
year-old Wyo. Juniper, and jimmy
Hoshijimas 200-year-old pine.
Among the ikebana were mori-
bana displays by Nao Kanakubo,
K. Sanada, T. Okuno, K. Hirami,
T. Shinto, Jiye Miyako. Other ike-
bana styles were shown by Shinko
Iguchi, M. Togashi, Noe Kawa-
kami and Misayo Mizouye, and
many others.
SADAO NAKA from Los
Angeles, top, examin-
ing bonsai* Glimpsed
in second photos Mo-
roku Suehiro, Yoshio
Kataoka, Mitsutaro Ta-
and Yutaka Inal
(facing away)*
Photo by Hiroznu Okada*
NANIWABUSHl RECITAL
Naniwabushi recital will be pre-
sented at 7 p.m. on Sat.-Sun, Oct.
26-27 at the Buddhist Church. The
recitalists are: Koyanagi Mina-
toya, Ichiro Satsuki, Etsuko Naka-
yama, Midori Matspno and Kikuye
Kumoi.
Bishop-Designate
The Rev. Shojitsu Ohara, who
rkiently completed his speaking
engagements with Buddhist mem-
bers In this area, is the new
Bishop-designate of the Nishi
Hongwanji Buddhist churches of
Hawaii, it was reported.
The priest, who is a member of
die Nishi Hongwanji in Kiyoto, has
been on a speaking tour in theU.S.
Before departing, he managed to
see Matajiro Watada of Fort Lup-
ton. They lived in the same dor-
mitory while attending high school
in Fukuoka.
PAINTINGS SHOWN
The aimual ikebana and bonsai
exhibit included paintings by pupils
of Mrs. Jinzo Noda. The displays
included works by: Esther Ota,
Gloria Hirami, Betty Suzuki, Ha-
kuei Kosuge, Helene Ioka, Masako
Nakayama, Setsu Miyahara, To- I
shiko Suehiro, Nancy Moriya, Ru-
riko Uba, Yasuko Fujimori, Tami
Mayeda, and several others.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Brighton High schools Inter-
national Relations Club officers
include: Jane Nakata, president;
and Judy Sasaki, vice president.
Joan Mizunaga is the schools
delegate to the forthcoming Colo.
Assn, of High Schools MockUnited
Nations.
cam* EVENTS
Fri., Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m., Mile
Hi JACL general fall meeting and
Halloween party following pot luck
dinner, at Buddhist Church.
Fri.-Sun., Nov. 1-3, evangelis-
tic mission with guest minister,
Rev. Roy Sasaki of San Jose Metho-
dist Church.
Sat.-Sun., Nov. 2-3, national
planning meeting of the board of the
Buddhist Churches of America at
Hilton Hotel.
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.
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 Cos-
mopolitan Hotel.
Sat.-Sun., Nov. 30-Dec. l.Moun-
-tain-Plains Bowling Tournament
at Celebrity lanes.
Fri.-Sun., Dec. 20-22, Joint YBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist Church.
SHE IS PHARMACIST
Miss Linda Ono, sister of Mrs.
Macey Tanaka, is a pharmacist at
GEMs store. She graduated last
year from the Univ. of Wyoming.
Ah,"Grid's Girls"
Pan American Airways stewar-
dess May Yasuda, daughter of the
Kilchi Hirakawas of 1635 Court
pi., it was reported, will be among
those to be interviewed in an ABC
network documentary show called
Worlds Girls" on station 9, Fri-
day, Oct. 25 at 9 p.m.
Miss Yasuda is serving on the
companys London-New York
route. One of her previous routes
included the west coast-HongKong
jaunt.
Meanwhile, her brother U.S. Na-
val EnsignThomas Yasuda is serv-
ing aboard the vessel, U.S.S. Pro-
vidence, at Yokosuka, Japan, but
scheduled to depart next month for
Hong Kong. Upon graduation from
Dartmouth University last year,
Yasuda attended the Navy Military
law school at Newport, R.L
GIRLS' STATE REPORT
Jeannette Kondo, Betty Boe and
Joyce Sabin of Adams City High
School reported on their summer
attendance at the Girls* State held.
at Colo. Women's College at the
recent dinner meeting of John
Custy American Legion Post 151.
PAN AMERICAN Airways Ste-
wardess May Yasuda of Denver,
fifth from right, and her co-work-
ers, with their best feet forward.
Pan American Airways photo.
CALIFORNIA VISITORS
Tak and Nancy Nishimi of West-
minster, Calif., near Disneyland,
visited with Mrs. Nishimi's par-
ents, the Noboru Sogis of 2644
Columbine st. Tak is electrical
engineer at North American Avia-
tion Corp.
49ih Day Ritual
The late Philadelphian, A* B.
Sharpe, was not a Buddhist, but a
simple memorial service marking
the traditional 49th day since his
death was held for him last week
by the Rev. Noboru Tsunoda at the
Tri-State Buddhist Church.
. Sharpe used to spend his sum-
mers at his resort home in Colo-
rado Springs, where the caretakers
of his estate were Mr. and Mrs.
Kaname Tabuchl. And it was the
Tabuchis who came up to Denver
to request the service.
CHURCH SERVICES Park Plan Accepted
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 am., English service.
11 a.m., Issei service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1945 Lawrehce st.
10 a.m., Sunday Schoot-
10:30 a.m., Sunday services.
Commerce City Mayor Krogh
presided at the Councilmanic
meeting last week in the munici-
pal building, where the Town Fath-
ers discussed many items, includ-
ing the 1964 budget, police de-
partment matters and mill levies.
A matter which was accepted
with alacrity by the officials was
a proposal made by Councilman
Casey Hayes. He recommended
that the City create a recreation
park at the corner of East 66th
ave. and Highway No. Z The land
was leased free for die purpose
of the playground and park" from
Hiroshi Okumura.
BIRTH REPORTED
A baby boy for the Frank T.
Matobas of 1897 South Alcott st.
SAVE THIS DATE In Honor of the Rev. and Mrs* Noboru Tsunoda*s
Silver Anniversary and the Twentieth Year of the Priests Ministxy
POT LUCK DINNER SUNDAY EVENING, 6s00 o'clock, NOVEMBER 3rd
AT TRI-STATE BUDDHIST CBBRCH Fujin Kai and PTA in Charge
BOLE BATE
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PAID
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Wednesday, October 23, 1963
Page 2
Bowling A
NISEI CLASSICS
High game scores last week in
Nisei Classics series were made
by Chaz Komaru-220, Calvin
Nakaoki-218 and Gedrge Mukai-
kubo-216.
Team standings, wins and loss-
es, respectively, are: Y&B Auto
and Akebono-11-4, George Super
Serv,-10-5, Schlitz-9-6, Elite
Florist-8-7, Guaranty Bank-8-7,
Lotus Rm.-7-8, Mme. Butterfly-
7-8, Fuji-En-6-9, Strike-Spare-
4-11, Embroidered Letter-4-11,
Sakura-En-3-12,
COLUMBINE MIXED SERIES
Greeley George Tokunagas
high series score last week in the
Columbine Mixed League series
was 643.
ALL STAR SEMI-FINALS
Greeley Bill Okubo of Brighton
scored 2,278 to qualify in die
Northern Colo. Bowling Propie-
tors All-Star semi-finals bowling
tourney last week. ___
Blister, Mister
Grafton, West Virginia Blis-
ters are bothering some of the
Waseda hikers who passed through
this town in north central part of
the state last week. Their destina-
tion, New York City, is less than
300 miles away.
SEVEN CHEERLEADERS
Brighton Phyllis Sasa is one of
the seven cheerleaders chosen to
exhort the student body of South
Junior High at inter-school foot-
ball games.
DANCE BAND CONCERT
Ranum High Schools dance band
gave a concert last week at Hill
grade school. Band members in-
clude Ron Nakaokl.
Ranum's students participating
in forthcoming computer science
program at CU in Boulder includes
Glenn Madokoro.
ODORI PROGRAM
Mrs. Noboru Tsunodas pupils
will present odori at the United
Nations program at East High
School auditorium on Thursday,
Oct. 24.
GIVE TO UNITED FUND
ctivities
FORT LUPTON SCORES
Fort Lupton The Majors Tom
Urano scored 224-high game and
571-high series last week. Jean
Okubo's high series was 449.
In the Thunderbird league, high
game scores were: George Uye-
mura-220, Sam Koshio-210, Mar-
jorie Uyemura-167. High series
scorers included Fuzzy Hisamoto-
398.
PDtXA TEAM
LEAGUE LEADERS
Jim Sano's Pizza bowlers lead
the teams in the Celebrity league.
Its roster includes Tom Ioka,
Harry Nakagawa, JunOya, BobMa-
yeda and Fred Ikeya.
Team wins and losses follow:
Jim Sano-16-fS, John Mkt.-15-9*
Pacific' Mercantile, Garts, Ross
Ins., Colo. Badge, Rancho, all
13-11; Canada Dry-12-12, Fuji-
En-10-14, C. Chan-10-14, Bobs
Upholstery-9-15, Handy Spot-7-
17, _______________
LESS THAN 50 NISEI
TEACHERS IN BAY CITY
San Francisco-There are ex-
actly 49 nisei teachers in the San
Francisco public school system,
it was disclosed by Mayor George
Christopher, a figure which ap-
pears to mean that about one out
of 149 teachers of all races is a
nisei. The citys teaching staff
numbers over 7,300.
HOSPITALIZED
Duane Koyano was a patient last
week at Brighton Community Hos-
pital.
A Clearing House
Denver Fair Housing Council
has been established to function
as a clearinghouse for the sale and
purchase of residential properties
by persons of all races through-
out the metropolitan area.
The office temporarily is in the
home of the secretary of the Coun-
cil, Mrs. Claudine Harper, at4860
E. 33rd ave.
The organization was formed
last summer by persons concerned
with this matter, including Mrs.
Mary McLucas who is a staff of-
ficer of the State Anti-Discrimi-
nation Commission.
DAWN TAMARIBUCHI
Frank and Gail Tamaribuchiare
the parents of their first born,
Dawn Michele TamaribuchL Her
grandparents are the James Hana-
muras, and great-grandparents
are Mmes. Taka Hanamura and Yo-
shiho Salta.
PEP CLUB~BEGINS
DRILL PRACTICE
Boulder Louise Ogata is a
member of the Boulder High
School's Pep Club.
Attired in uniforms, the 18-
member club will lead the stu-
denty bodys rooting section at
football games.
The Form
Japanese Canadian potato grow-
ers on huge farms west of Leth-
bridge, in Alberta province of Can-
ada were recently completing their
potato harvest, mostly Russet-
Burbanks.
Perhaps the James Kajiwaras,
the Kenji Sakaharas and others
in Whitefish, northern Montana,
know these hardy Canadians, scant
50 miles north of their state border
- the Tom Tajiris, the Kanegawa
brothers, Richard and Stan, and a
handful of other Japanese Canad-
ians.
Some of these farms range up
to 3,500 acres in diversified pro-
duction: Sugar beets, cattle, grain
and potatoes. Soil and climate, they
say, are ideal a sandy loam
soil, cool summer nights and gen-
tle warm days. Never mind the
toe-numbing 10-below winter
weather.
It is a crop which could gross
for the owner a cool $100,000 in
good season. This year, they say,
theyll get a satisfying $40-50
per ton. In fact, theyll be satis-
fied with almost any price that
stays away from a dismal $20-ton,
at a price which, its cheaper to
leave the potatoes in the field.
Ironically, a poor crop season
in Colorado and Idaho, where
niseis also produce potatoes, the
Albertans admit, helps to boost
prices for Canadian potatoes.
These folks farm in communit-
ies just east of Lethbridge, on the
east slope of the RockyMtn. range.
The town, with a population of
36,000, It includes about 1,400
Japanese Canadians.
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MAPLETON HIGH'S football
team recently defeated Sheridan
Union High gridsters 13-0. Vic-
tors Quarterback Harold Muroya,
No. 30 gained five yards on this
assignment. Harold is son of the
Harry Muroya of 1207 E. 62nd Ave.
Korean Judo Degree Priest Heads Group
Pueblo Jpn Hi Song, judo in-
structor, conferred a first degree
judo black belt toTedGunson.Song
also presented one brown belt and
one blue belt degrees which were
issued to his pupils through the
Seoul, Korea, Judo College. He
has been attached to the staff at
U.S.A.F. Academy in Colorado
Springs.
Brighton Father Roy Figlino
of St. Augustines Catholic Church
was named president of the Citi-
zens Scholarship Foundation for
1964.
Recipients of scholarships this
year, each for $500, were Rose-
mary Hishinuma, Kathy Arden and
Sandra Butz.
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