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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, October 30, 1963
No* 82
MARILYN NAGANO, 18, Wayne
University coed, was chosen to
reign as queen of 1964 National
JACL Convention by her sponsor,
COMING EVENTS ~
FrL, Nov* 1, 6:30 p.m., Mile
Hi JACL general fall meeting and
Halloween party following pot luck
dinner, at Buddhist Church*
FrL-Sun*. Novi 1-3, evangelis-
tic mission with gueSt minister,
Rev. Roy SasakiofSanJoseMetho-
dlst Church.
Sat., Nov. 2,' 7:30 p.m., Cathay
Post Ski Club dinner-dance at the
Golden Steer, 10151 W. 26th ave.
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.
SaL-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*
FrL-Sat*, Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention at Cos-
mopolitan Hotel.
SaL-Sun., Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 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
GEM'S store. She graduated last
year from the Univ. of Wyoming.
GUEST FROM ALASKA
A native Alaskan, Miss Fanny
Moses, was a guest at the annual
Cornelians membership tea given
last week at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Tom Kobayashi. Miss Moses
is from the community of Akapoi
in that far north state. She enter-
tained by playing on her guitar and
singing Eskimo folk songs.
AUTO ACCIDENT
Tokushi Ichikawa suffered whip-
lash injury in his neck as the re-
sult of an auto accident last week
at 32nd and Downing streets.
die hosting Detroit chapter. Prin-
cesses in Queen Marilyn's court
are, left, Sarah Shirane, 20, also
student at Wayne, and at right,
Shirley Kinoshlta, 19.
JACL MEETING
A gathering of Mile Hi members
and friends, combining a business
meeting, a Hallowe'enpartyforthe
children, and potluck supper, is
slated on Friday, Nov. 1, 6:30
p.m., at the Buddhist Church.
Inquiries concerning the supper
menu may bemadebycallingMichi
Ando (AL 5-4213) or FlOrenceNa-
kata (659-3726-Brighton, or AT 8-
1077).
COUNSELOR PANELIST
Miss Martha Yoshida, counse-
lor In the Jefferson county school
system, was one of the six panel
members last week at a Colorado
Education Association seminar at
Brown Palace Hotel. Panel sub-
ject: Integration Through the
Looking Glass."
BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Sumiko.
Fujita to Edward Haynes was an-
nounced recently by the parents of
die bride, the Rev. and Mrs. Jona-
than Fujita.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Haynes of El
Paso, Texas.
The wedding is to be held in
December at Simpson Methodist
Church.
PROFITABLE VENTURE
Pocatello, Idaho's JACL chap-
ter, which sponsored a teahouse for
five days at State Fair, grossed
$2,700, netted $1,000. How'd they
do it? Simple. Members served
out staggering total of 2,000 din-
ners, 5,800 cold and hot drinks.
ANNIVERSARY GIFT
A silver wedding anniversary
gift from Bill to Alice Hosokawa
is to be her forthcoming trip to
Japan. Of their four children, Mike,
eldest, Is an instructor at Lewis
and Clark College in Portland,
Ore. Susan is a coed at CU in
Boulder. Remaining at home are
Peter in high school and Christie
in junior high school.
THE BLUEBIRDS
Westminster Nadine Nakazono
was elected secretary of the Blue
Birds group at F.M.vDay School.
Church Prepares For Two Functions
ANNIVERSARY DINNER
The Fujin Kai, headed by pres.
Taklno Takamatsu, is in over-
all charge of the anniversary pot-
luck dinner at Buddhist Church
honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Noboru
Tsunoda on Nov. 3, They will be
assisted by the PTA, is was re-
ported.
The association's officers are:
Harry Nitta, pres.; Min Hara 1st
v.p. and Sunday School superin-
tendent; Kimi Kato, 2nd v.p. and
in charge of religion; 3rd v.p., and
DBAC chairman, Tom Kajiwara;
record, sec., Nancy Nitta; corresp.
secretaries, May Doida, Shirley
Eto, Grace Kiyotake, Kiyo Omoto;
treas., Herb Inouye; auditor, Henry
Nakata and advisor, Dorothy
Fujino.
FOOD BAZAAR OFFICIALS
The following persons have been
named as officials for the food
bazaar at the Buddhist Church
Nov. 9-10.
Co-chairmen: Jim Kanemoto,
Harry Nitta; vice-chairmen, Frank
Nakata, Harry Yanari; finance, Ed
Nakagawa; games, Tad Yamamoto;
food, Mrs. Dorothy Fujino, Mata-
jiro Watada; erection of booths,
Sam Suekama; decoration, YBL
and its pres., Al Nakata; publicity,
Frank Tamura.
Bazaar carnival will be from
4-10 p.m. on Nov. 9, 2-10 p.m.
on Nov. 10; food bazaar will be
from 1-7 p.m. on both days.
PULPITS EXCHANGED
Methodist preachers of the
Simpson, and the Wesley church of
San Jose, Calif., are exchanging
pulpits for annual evangelistic pro-
gram. White the Rev. Paul Hagiya
flew to west coast to keep his
engagement, the Revs. Roy Sasaki
and Francis Hayashi, nisei and
issei ministers from the San Jose
church, will conduct services here
Oct. 31-Nov. 3.
SCOUTS HOLD CARNIVAL
Girl Scout Troop 714 held a
carnival last week at Park Hill
Methodist Church. Co-chairman
for the affair were Miss Wilma
Febinger and Mrs. FumiNaka-
shima.
TWO CHAMBARA MOVIES
Chambara movie devotees are
advised that it will be shown this
Saturday night, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m.
at the Buddhist Church a de-
parture from the long-established
shows on Sunday nights. .
The film, "Tenryu Hana," will
feature Hibari Misora and Ryuji
Shinagawa. The second film, "Yo-
mesa-gashi Senryo Shobu," is de-
voted to the search for a warrior-
bride. The cast includes Chiyono-
ISSEI DIES IN ACCIDENT
Lovell, Wyoming Tom R. Su-
mida of Worland died last week in
an auto accident.
The Wyoming highway patrol
said he was killed when his pickup
truck leftU.S. Highway 3l0and
rolled three times about three
miles south of Lovell. Sumida was
thrown from his vehicle.
LONG-TERM OBJECTIVES
Subjects that may well help to
facilitate growth of Buddhist
churches in the U.S. will be dis-
cussed this week-end, Nov. 2-3
at Hilton Hotel, according to Frank
Tamura, publicity chairman.
These subjects include proposals
concerning rest homes, the pub-
lishing house for publications,
missionary activities and short
and long-term objectives.
Participants at the gathering
will be Bishop Shinsho Hanayama
of San Francisco, and lay officials
including:
Chairman Nobi Yamakoshi, Tosh
Nishimura, Dr. Ben Chikaraishi,
Chicago; Noboru Hanyu of San
Francisco, Noboru Ishitani of Los
Angeles, Tad Tomita of San Jose,
Calif.; Carl Sato of Mesa, Ariz.,
and Jim Kanemoto of Longmont.
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.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1945 Lawrence st.
10 a.m., Sunday School
10:30 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.
suke Azuma and HirokoSakurama-
chi.
Campaign Progresses
Brighton In only a week of
campaigning for the $17,200Adams
County United Fund goal, volunteer
solicitors collected 35% of the
amount. This announcement was
made last week by Mrs. Louise
Klessig, county chairman.
Among the sectional reports
made was that of South distirct,
which reported 51.8% completed.
Its campaign chairman is Frank
Nakagawa.
TOUR FAR EAST
The Jisaburo Sakatas of Denver
and the Sakuji Satos of Hender-
son recently departed for a tour
of Japan.
In Tokyo, the Sakatas will meet
their daughter, MissHisakoSakata
of Wash;, D.C., who headed for the
same destination via Europe and
Near East.
The Satos* trip is a gift from
their son, Dr, Isami Sato, physi-
cian, of Cleveland, Ohio.
FIRE REPORTED
Fort Lupton Buddhist Church
equipment was among the storaged
items destroyed last week in a fire
which swept through the garage J
owned by die local JACL chapter,
it was reported.
"WORLD OF DANCE"
"The Wonderful World of
Dance," a ballet and national dance
program from many countries was
presented at East High last week
in celebration of U.N. Day. Mrs.
Noboru Tsunoda's pupils present-
ed a Japanese dance program. Bal-
let dancers included Connie Taka-
mine.
-SERVICES CONDUCTED
Ninety-three-year old former
Denverite, Shichiro Sakayama died -
on Oct. 11 in Yetahima, Hiroshima.
He was the father of John Saka-
yama of 1838 West 47th ave.
The Rev. Yoshitaka Tamaiofthe
Buddhist Church performed the
memorial service for the elder
Sakayama last week at the home of
his son.
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THE FORMER Miss Jeanette eluded, from left: Mr. and Mrs. who stood for the groom's par-
Kawamura became the bride of Nobuichi Kawamura, parents of ents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Tomomi-
George Tomomitsu at recent wed- bride, the bride and groom, tsu of Hawaii. Photo by Tom Ma-
ying ceremony. Bridal party in- and Mr. and Mrs. George Fukuma, samori.
SAVE THIS DATE In Honor of the Rev* end Mrs* Noboru Tsunodafs
Silver Anniversary and the Twentieth Year of the Priest*s Ministry
F0T LUCK DINNER SUNDAY EVENING, 6:00 o'clock, NOVEMBER 3rd
AT TRI-STATE BUDDHIST CHURCH Fujin Kai and PTA in Charge
BtflX RATE
U.S.POSTAGft
PAID
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Wednesday, Ootober^i
The Form
TWO OLD ARTS
The arts of bonsai and ikebana
not only involve uses of different
materials and techniques but they
involve participants in different
ways.
Yoshio Kataoka, who exhibited
bonsai specimens of estimated 200
and 300 year-old Ponderosa pines
at the annual show in the Denver
U.S. National Bank lobby last week,
observed that where bonsai in Den-
ver usually involves womenfolk,
and are designed and executed by
themselves, ikebana is often a
joint, amiable husband-wife endea-
vor from the selection of the
plant and container, to the water-
' ing and the designing of structural
formation of the ikebana.
While the husband is away at
work,** he explained, his wife
takes on the loving chore of water-
ing the plant. When its time to make
the critical decision of which limb
to trim and at what juncture, the
endeavor can become a matter of
warm** interchange of opinions/*
Ultimately/* he said, the
couple compose their differences
of opinion, and compromise on the
trimming project/*
WHAT HAPPENED TO TWO?
A report stated that three
V^seda University last week
cached Wash., D.C., in their
transcontinental march from San
Francisco; that they are due in
N.Y. Nov. 23. The group originally
included five students.
STABLE PRICE SOUGHT
The Japanese government seeks
stabilized American wheat supply
and price. These desires were
expressed here last week by Mit-
sutaka Haba, chief of a six-man
mission which is making a tour of
U.S. wheat facilities. Haba said his
government probably will import
3.5 million tons of American wheat
this year.
Japan's expression of concern
over its supply and price is ap-
parently occasioned by Russia's
entry into the U.S. wheat market
as a substantial buyer, despite
the vast over-supply of this com-
modity in America.
On the other hapd, both Japan and
Russia are also buying Canadian
wheat.
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BOWLING TOURNEY
The second annual Rocky Mm.
Nisei Bowling Assn. Tourney will
be held Nov. 30 to Dec. 1. Men's
entries will be received by Iwao
NIshikawa, 3271 Poplar st and
women's by Jean Matsuda, 2341
Tremont PI.
The events include team, doub-
les, singles, ragtime doubles men
and mixed. Handicaps will be bas-
ed on 2/3 of 200. Entry deadline
Is Nov. 15.
SKI SEASON'S NIGH
Public is invited to the Cathay
Post Ski Club inaugural dinner
dance Sat., Nov. 2, 7*30 p.m. at
the Golden Steer, 10151 West 26th
ave. Dance begins at 9:30 p.m.
Reservations will be received by
Bob Inai at KE 4-6031. Charges
are $3 per person for dinner and
$1 per person or per couple for
the dance.
New club officers are: Pres.,
Mrs. Barbara Hamai; v.p., Bob
Ota; treas., Junichi Komuro; sec-
retaries, corr., Susan Tawara;
record., Dorothy Coral.
Athletic Activities In The Region
NOTCHLT BATES
TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS
Officials were named last week
for the Mm. Plains Bowling Tour-
ney Nov. 30-Dec, 1 at Celebrity
lanes. They are:
Men's co-ch., Sam Inai, Ben Ya-
naga; for women, Sadami Kuroda;
ragtime doubles, Min Kishiyama,
Bob Ota; reg., Jean Sato; tab.,
Yuji Furuta, George Mukaikubo;
publicity, Harry Hashimoto; fi-
nance, Sue Mayemura, Iwao Nish-
ikawa; schedules, Pete Menda,Dr.
Koji Kanai, Jean and Eileen Mat-
suda; trophies, Gene and Charlene
Ikeya; scorekeeper, John Noguchi,
John Sakayama.
Players from Wyo., Nebr., as
well as various communities in
Colo, are to compete in the tour-
ney.
HIGH SERIES SCORES
Ed Yamaguchi-667 and Tony Ka-
jiwara-631 were high seriesscor-
ers last week in the Celebrity
Nisei bowling event.
High game scorers were Ben
Kamada-249 and Kajiwara-238.
FOOD BAZAAR*CARNI V A L
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At TRI-STATE BUDDHIST CHURCH, 1947 Lawrence St. -
Chicken Teriyakl or Chow Mein Dining In or Carry-
Out Hours: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. On Saturday, November 9
And On Sunday, November 10 Also On Sale: Variety Of
Sushi And Manju On Exhibit: Flower Arrangements -
Bonsai Carnival Hours: Saturday, November 9, 4 p.m.
to 10 p.m. And On Sunday, November 10, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Schedule: Monday, Men, 6-11 p.m. -Tuesday, Women, 7-11 p.m. -
Wednesday & Thursday, Men, 6-11 p.m. Friday & Saturday,
Men, 2 p.nu-12 midnight.
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HIGH SERIES
Fort Lupton High series play-
ers at Fort Lupton Lanes last
week:
Jr. League, Steve Hisamoto-
447; Majors, Tom Urano-576;
Thunderbirds, George Uyemura-
503, SamKoshio-497,KatyKoshio-
390; Wed. Nighters, Amy Urano-
414; Fri. Nite Ladies, Jean Okubo-
474.
NISEI CLASSICS
The following was the team
standing last week in the Nisei
Classics League: (wins and loss-
es) Akebono-14-4, F&B-12-6,Geo.
Serv.-12-6, Elite-11-7, Guarantee
Bank-10-8, Schlitz and Lotus Room
-9-9, Butterfly-8-10, Strike-Spair
and Embroidery-7-11, Fuji-En-6-
12, Sakura-En-3-15,
BULLDOGS SHADE FALCONS
Mapleton High's Quarterback
Harold Muroya's third-period
scoring play and field goal heart-
ened host fans last week, even
though his team dropped the grid
game against Fort Lupton Bull-
dogs, 16-13.
Muroya's five pigskin lugging
expeditions thus far this season
earned him an average of 6.2
yards per carry.
MARRIAGE SET
Haruo Akiyama of Chicago and
Phyllis Weigel of 940 Eudora st.
Page 2
GESTURE OF "THANKS"
TO PLAYERS' MOTHERS
Brighton A meal is a mighty
important occasion for teenagers.
And doubly so, just before game
time, for hungry members of the
Brighton High School football
squad.
So their mothers make sure that
they eat nourishing supper before
each game by preparing the meals
en masse and personally serving
it to their player-sons.
As a gesture of thanks," school
Athletic Director Don Williams
invited these mothers to the team's
game against Louisville last week.
So, presumably, the happy ladies
were at the 50^-yard line seats,
watching their sons play includ-
ing mothers of Bob Ida, center;
Bob Sakaguchi, left guard; and
Harvey Tashiro, left tackle.
The mothers probably were not
surprised to see their boys' team
smother invading Louisville, 34-6,
MANUAL NETMEN WIN
Manual High's tennis team last
week defeated WestHigh 5-1.Man-
ual's players included, in singles,
Tom Kimura, forfeit winner; and
in doubles, Doug Tsutsui and Ken
Froblg defeated their West oppon-
ents, while Tom Fujita and his
partner defeated their West oppon-
ents.
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Wednesday, October 30, 1963
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these securities could have been sold
(indicated by bid) or bought (indicated
by asked) at the time of compilation.
October 29, 1963
ask bid
Renewal Guaranty 2 5/8 3k
Denver Natl. 2 5/8 3 1/8
Empire Savings & Loan 8% 9H
1st. Colo. Bankshares 15 16
Liberty Real Estates 6 7/8 7 3/8
Lytton Financial 34*5
Mile Hi Kennel 3 7/8 4 3/8
Security Life & Acc. 46% 49
State Life 2 2%
United American Life 29% 32k
United Nations Ins. 1 lk
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