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Wednesday, November 6, 1963
No# 83
VETERANS' CITATION TO BE GIVEN TO ISSEI
PLANNING COMMISSION meet-
ing of Buddhist Churches of Amer-
ica was convened last week-end at
Hilton Hotel. Presiding officer was
Carl Sato of Mesa, Ariz., vice
president, in absence of the presi-
dent, Dr. Klkuo Taira of Fresno,
Calif* Front row, left to right:
Shigeru Uyeda, Rev* Takashi Tsu-
ji of San Francisco, Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda, Rev. Fujinaga and Bis-
hop Shinsho Hanayama of San Fran-
cisco, Rev. Yoshltaka Tamai, Rev.
Gyodo Kono of Chicago, Emi Hojo
of San Jose, Calif*, Jim Kanemoto;
row two: Tom Nakata, George Is-
eri of Ontario, Ore.; Dr. Ben
Chikaraishi of Chicago, Floyd Kos-
hio, Tosh Nishlmura of
Frank Nakata, Noboru Ishitani of
HoUywood, Mits Nakashima of
Watsonville, Calif*; Noboru Hanyu
of San Francisco, Mrs. Dorothy
Fujino, Noby Yamakoshi of Chic-
ago; Shig Hayashi, Ed Nakagawa,
Jack Miyazaki, Tad Yamamoto, and
Carl Sato. Photo by Hiromu Okada.
Cherry Lounge
Cherry Lounge, Inc., is the name
of the bar and restaurant at 1962
Larimer St. The establishment
opened its doors under die new
management last week.
It was formerly the Acapulco,
which in turn, had taken over the
establishment from die former
owner, George Furuta, who operat-
ed a restaurant at the site, the.*
Manchu Grill. Owners of the new
establishment are Oski Taniwaki,
John Yamasaki and Toshio Ando,
attorney*
FORMER FOE HONORED
Fargo, North Dakota A one-
time sub-lieutenant of the Japan-
ese army in Guadalcanal during
Worl War U was honored here
by the U.S. 164th Infantry Assn.,
whose members fought on that is-
land. He is Yasuo Obi, now an
executive of a Tokyo export com-
pany. He was accompanied here
by the Rev. Andrew Otani of Min-
neapolis, director of Twin Cities
Japanese American Community
Center.
EMPLOYES WORK 'ROUND
CLOCK FOR AIRLINE L
Mike Toda is a newly promoted
steward in the flight kitchen of
United Airlines at Stapleton air-
field. He is in charge of food
prepared for planes bound 'for
Pittsburgh, Pa.
George Kameda, who retired
earlier this year from die flight
kitchen staff, received a parting
gift from the airline. Mrs. Clara
Bajio, one of die first Japanese
to be hired in the company's flight
dining service, recently received
citation as one of the ten most
valuabel employes in the kitchen
it was reported.
Many other niseis and isseis
are employed in various phases
of the company's extensive flight
maintenance service.
NONAKA-OKI
BETROTHAL TOLD
The betrothal of MasamiNonaka
to Miss Yasuko Oki was revealed
last week at dinner at Westmins-
ter Plaza's Little Banquet restau-
rant. The couple plan to wed next
year. The bride, who is from
Fukuoka, is the sister of Mrs.
Setsuko Fuller of Denver. The
groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Teizo Nonaka.
KNIT WORK DESIGNER
Miss Yasuko Moriya, employee
of Gkura Trading Co., Tokyo, is
enroute to New York where she is
to enroll in a knit work design
school. She visited in Denver with
her trip sponsors, the Louis Itos
of 2980 Niagara st. in Aurora. Ito
is an engineer at Aero-Jet Gen-
eral Corp. of Sacramento, Calif.,
on temporary assignment at die
company plant in Littleton.
TWO "A" STUDENTS
Fort Lupton Wayne Murata and
Susan Stieber .were the two stu-
dents who received straight "A"
report cards for the first six-
week period at the high school, it
was reported. Wayne is the son of
the Lee Muratas.
SUNDAY SERVICES
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014-27Kb 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.
Nurse Will Join Staff Of Hospital Ship
BIOMEDICINE
Dr. Kazuo Kimura, whose birth-
place is Sheridan, Wyo., was nam-
ed bio-medical director of Atlas
Chemical Industries in Wilming-
ton, Delaware. The appointee, for-
mer medical school instructor at
Univ. of Nebr., holds both M.D.
and Ph.D* degrees.
STAGE MANAGER
Gary Ishida was named stage
manager of Central High School,
Adams county, junior class play.
The play chosen for the cast
is "Time Out For Ginger,"
Arvada Miss Kim Sasano, as-
sistant head nurse at Rose Me-
morial Hospital in Denver, is pre-
paring to depart for New York
City Nov. 20 to serve for one year
aboard the SS Hope, famed Ameri-
can hospital ship. She is the daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs* K. T. Sasano.
Immediate destination of the
vessel is Ecuador, according to
Dr. William Walsh, president of
Project Hope. The ship has visit-
ed Southeast Asia and South Amer-
ica to train native medical per-
sonnel and to offer medical ser-
vices.
RECRUITMENT SLATED
A special effort will be made to
recruit non-white workers at the
Rocky Flats plant of the Dow
Chemical Corp., it was announc-
ed by W. M. Bean, the company's
industrial relations manager.
Bean said there are 14 Orien-
tals, Indians and Negroes employ-
ed at the plant which is perform-
ing special production functions for
the U.S. Atomic Energy Commis-
sion.
GOODWILL ILL WILL
Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty's
dinner party for thevisitingMayor
Kiyoshi Sugito of Nagoya, Japan,
was a success as a gesture of
goodwill. But alas, political ill-
will lies between hostMayorYorty
and the City Council. After first
denouncing the host Mayor's re-
quest that it pay the $328 dinner
bill for 40 guests, the Council
finally, grudgingly, approved pay-
ment.
The Right-OMlay
Druex, France-Only by remem-
bering in time that he isn't driv-
ing back in Fort Lupton, Colorado,
does Leo Sunada often manage to
avoid road accidents.
Former instructor and assistant
superintendent of school in Fort
Lupton, Sunada is now teaching
in a local school.'
"The only useful French road
rule to member," he sighs with
relief, is that the driver of ve-
hicle on the left always has die
right-of-way."
rr WAS A COLLOQUIUM
Boulder Dr. KazuoTakayanagi
of the Joint Institute of Laboratory
for Astrophysics discussed the
"Theory of Inelastic Molecular
Collision** at a colloquium spon-
sored by die CU physics depart-
ment.
(Colloquium is simply a Latin
word for a conference, a discus-
sion, a conversation.)
SPORT EQUIPMENT EXPERT
Dick Kimura is a 12-year ve-
teran salesman at Gart Brothers
Sporting Goods Store.
BOARD NOMINATION
Salt Lake City, Utah's, JACL
chapter held a combined board
nomination meeting and Halloween
party Saturday. Nomination Chair-
man George Yoshimoto said 36
letters were mailed hopefully to
prospective candidates. And, he
said, optimistically theres a
chance that at least 15 will con-
sent to accept nominations.
MATOBA TO BE CITED
FOR CITIZENSHIP WORK
Harry Matoba will be cited for
his work in the naturalization and
citizenship programs on Veterans
Day, Monday, Nov. 11.
A certificate acknowledging Ma-
toba's work will be presented to
him by Edgar Becker, president
of the Veterans Council and grand
marshal of the Veterans Day par-
ade. His riding companion in the
automobile at head of the parade
will be the issei civic leader.
Becker will present the cer-
tificate to Matoba at die start of
the parade about 9:30 a.m. in front
of the City Hall. The presentation
will be witnessed by Cathay Ameri-
can Legion Post officials includ-
ing Commander Tom Hikida, Ad-
jutant Joe Sakato, Jim Kuga, and
Ben Murakami.
CATHAY POST SKI CLUB
CHRISTMAS DANCE SET
Cathay Ski Club's Christmas
dance will be held Saturday, Dec.
21, 9 p.m.-la.m., at Premiere Mo-
tel at 4757 Vasquez blvd., it was
announced by Mrs. Barbara Hamai,
club president.
Kenny McVay's dance band will
play. Door prize presentation to
guests will be a feature of this
holiday event. The charge will be
$5.00 per couple, or $2.50 per per-
son.
COMING EVENTS
SaL-Sun., Nov. 9-10, Tri-State
Buddhist Church annual bazaar at
die church.
Sun., Nov. 10, noon. Cornelians'
Tamplg benefit sale, $1.50per doz.,
for MYF conference trip to S eattle.
: s*#.. 17. DBAC itoh derby
dinner; Henry Tagawa, chairman.
FrL, Nov. 22, evening, Cathay
Post Child Welfare benefit.
Sun., Nov. 24, 7-10 p.m, DBAC
benefit party games, prizes -
at Buddhist Church.
FrL-Sat, Nov. 29-30, Mountain-
Plains JACL Convention at Cos-
mopolitan Hotel.
Sat-Sun., Nov. 30*Dec. 1, Moun-
tain-Plains Bowling Tournament
at Celebrity lanes.
FrL-Sun., Dec* 20-22, Joint YBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist Church.
Sat., Dec. 21, 9 p.m.-l a.m.,
Cathay Post Ski Club Christmas
dance at Premier Motel, 4757
Vasquez blvd., $2.50. per person.
WELCOME DINNER was ten-
dered the guest preacher of the
Alders gate evangelistic meetings
sponsored by Simpson Church last
week at Sakura En. Facing, left,
Sam Matsumoto, chairman of
church board, the Rev. Paul Ha-
giya, Joe Akiyama, the Rev. Roy
Sasaki of San Jose JapaneseMeth-
odist Church, the guest preacher.
Photo by Hiromu Okada.
SERVICES AT CATHEDRAL
FOR MATRON
Requiem mass was conducted
Monday at the Cathedral of Im-
maculate Conception for the late
Mrs. Chiyo Thompson. Burial was
in die Mount OlivetCatholic ceme-
tery.
She was the wife of Thomas J.
Thompson, and the mother of Jef-
frey and Lani Lee Thompson, and
the sister of Sueko Tsuda of San
Francisco.
Sergeant Honored
Colorado Springs In a brief
Fort Carson ceremony, Sgt. Maj.
Masaichi Sakai received a plaque
last week* It contained the crests
of every fifth division unit.
Presentation of the plaque was
made by sergeant majors Bruce
Shankard and Edgar Eggers, upon
die occasion of Sakai's departure
to his new assignment in Germany.
Shankard replaces the veteran
nisei soldier at die 5th aviation
battalion of die division here.
ORATORICAL CONTEST
"JACL and Civil Rights" is the
topic for oratorical and essay
contests to be held at die 18th
biennial JACL convention next July
In Detroit. The announcement,
made by Dr. Joseph Sasaki of De-
troit, chairman of the contests,
stated that persons between the
ages of 16 and 21 are eligible to
compete.
Janet Okamura of Denver, coed
at Colorado College in Colorado
Springs, won the essay contesttwo
years ago at the 17th biennial con-
vention's essay contest.
DMT ERNA.T10NAL FOOD
Fort Lupton International
menu, including chicken teri-yaki,
Italian lasagna, Swedish bread and
Mexican tacos, was served at the
dinner meeting of the high school's
home economics class event. New
members who were initiated in-
cluded Linda Konishi, Velma
Murata and Linda Urano.
Foreer Beulderite
Boulder Mrs. Noye Suzuki re-
ported receipt of a letter last week
from ShinichiKawada in Hiroshima
that his wife, Mary Sawano, 70,
had died there.
The Kawadas had left here for
Hiroshima last January.
PETITION FOR HEIRSHIP
Brighton Bernice Ward, clerk
of Adams County Court issued
notice last week the receipt of
petition to settle the estate of the
late Tom Mitsugu Kondo.
The deceased is survived by
five brothers: Frank and Harry of
Derby, George of Thornton, and
Joe of Security, and John of Den-
ver.
DELTA COUPLE
RECEIVES BAPTISM
Mr. and Mrs. Tokujiro Saru-
watari of Delta, on the western
slope, received baptism in the ser-
vices conducted last weekatSimp-
son Methodist Church by the Rev.
Jonathan Fujita.
SCOUT TROOP 102
Dave Shinbara was among those
who received the three-year ser-
vice star at the Court of Honor
held recently by Boy Scout Troop
102.
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Wednesday, November 6, 1963
Page 2
Nits Knocks Down Coveted 701 Pin Series
The Form
U.S. Air Force Academy First
class cadets William Sakahara
from Gilroy, Calif,, and Edward
Mechenbier recently organized ar-
rangements whereby they and 34
other members of their own 22nd
cadet squadron conducted a mercy
blood donation.
The incident began with a Den-
verite who, upon recovering from
an operation at the Penrose Hospi-
tal in Colorado Springs, owed the
hospital 30 pints of blood, Janet
Okamura of Denver, coed at Colo-
rado College there learned of it
from her sorority sister, die
daughterof the patient, Janetin turn
mentioned the matter to Cadet
Sakahara, who in turn, relayed the
message to his squadron members.
Coed Janet and her friend reside
at the college's Alpha Phi soror-
ity house.
The 36 cadets, including Saka-
hara and Mechenbier, traveled to
the hospital to donate the 30 pints
of blood.
PLAYERS SIDELINED
Brighton Coach Gene Worden
of the high school gridiron team
reported that two players are on
the injured list: first string tackle
Harvey Tashlro and starting center
Bob Ida,
Tashlro broke his right wrist
" in a fall from a horse last week.
Ida hurt an elbow during practice.
FORLURADO CLUB MEMBER
Fort Lupton Mrs. Ina Koshio
was among the seven new mem-
bers welcomed into the Forlurado
Club.
MILE HI GOLF Club members'
annual award banquet, recently at
Brown Palace Hotel, turned out
these award winners. Kneeling,
from left: Dr. John Chikuma, con-
solation match winner of Frank
Dalpes trophy; Dick Yamamoto,
B-fiite first place winner; George
Nagai, Rupe Arai, Frank Dalpes,
Willis Case course pro; FredAoki,
1st place winner of 72-hole tour-
ney; back row: Dr. Chili Fujisaki,
Min Matsunaga, 1st place in the
36-hole Granada Fish Co. tourney;
Dr. Sueo Ito, Sam Kumagai, Babe
Lind, city golf director; Frank
Torizawa, RoyTerada, Mas Yoshi-
mura, Yosh Nakayama, A flite
1st place winner; Don Tanabe and
George Komaru, B flite 1st place
winner in 36-hole tourney.
Mits Nakagawa struck the first
701 series in the Nisei Women's
League bowling league Oct. 31
with a 245, 247 and a 209, said
Elaine Matsuda, league secretary.
It's only the third 701 series rack-
ed up by a woman this season, the
sixth in die state record.
Mits, winner of Denver women
bowler of the year award last
year, plays for the team sponsor-
ed by Shogo and Sadami Kuroda's
Pioneer Food Market.
LADIES' HIGH SERIES
In a recent DBAC bowling event,
top distaff bowler, Helen Ito-614
out-scored top male series player
of the evening, Takashi Aigaki-
599.
Other high series players in-
cluded: Yukio Furuiye-596, Hod
Hayashi-576, Ruby Miyazawa-588,
and Sadami Kuroda-582.
SELECTIVE SERVICE
Greeley Weld CountySelective
Service Board No. 7 announced that
42 men would be processed for
pre-induction physical examina-
tions. They include Everett H.Wa-
tada of Fort Lupton.
SCORES FROM GREELEY
Greeley AttheColumbine, high
bowling scores last week included:
George Tokunaga, high series-614,
high game-224; at Bowlderado, G.
Matsushima's high series-538, H.
Matsushimas high game-190.
SCORES FROM FT. LUPTON
Fort Lupton Recent bowling
scores from Fort Lupton include:
high games, Dave Nishimoto-192,
Tom Koshlo-200; high series,
Frank Urano-498, AmyUrano-468,
George Uyemura-5l0, KatieKo-
shio-422.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
High series players in the Oct.
23 Nisei Women's League event
were the following bowlers: Sue
Mayemura-596, Mary Ida-567, and
Elaine Matsuda-550.
While the story of Mits Naka-
gawa's phenomenal 701 series is
told elsewhere on this page, her
record, as of Oct. 23, in the 31-
player league included a 170,0 avg.,
and a low 6hdcp the lowest among
the players; and this in the set-
up where the player hdcp, ranges
up to 62,
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