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ROCKY MOUNTAIN JIHO
Wednesday, November 13, 1963
JAMES KARAKAWA demonstra-
ted the exacting art of bonseki at pictures on black obon with seven
meeting of members of local Ja- grades of imported white sand*
pan Society. The artist draws" (Story in The Forum on page 2).
MEMBERS OF the Cornelians,
top photo, held membership tea
at home of Dr* and Mrs* Tom
Kobayashi. From left: Aki Aki-
yama, past president; Betty Suzuki,
treas*; Aster Oye, pres*; Fumi
Yabe, tea chairman; HarukoKoba-
yashi, hostess*
SETS SUMKCAWA of Aurora and
at the piano, Fanny Moses of Aka-
pok, Alaska, entertained at the
tea (middle photo)*
JACL RECOGNITIONS commit-
tee luncheon meeting was held at
Akebono restaurant (third photo)*
From left: al Watada and Sam
Funakoshi from Fort Lupton, Bill
Kuroki, pres, of Mile Hi chapter;
Bill Hosokawa, chairman of re-
cognitions committee; Bob Maru-
yama, Min Yasui, and Kiyo Yokoo-
ji of Fort Luptom This was a pre-
paratory meeting for forthcoming
Mountain Plains conference*
AN OLD CLASSMATE
Fort Collins Father H. Kano,
retired Episcopalian pastor, was
visited last week by Dr. Klnji
Samejima; his son, Dr. Tatsuya
Samejima and their wives. The
elder Samejima and the priest were
classmates in high school 45 years
ago in Japan*
From here, the visitors headed
for Princeton University, N.J.,
where the younger Samejima is to
attend an International chemical
society convention.
HOSPITAL PATIENTS
Fort Lupton Alan Watada was
a patient at Brighton Community
Hc^pital.
Pueblo Suekichi Wakasugi of
Blanca in San Luis Valley is a
patient at St. Mary Corwin Hospi-
tal.
Rocky Ford Mrs. Gene Hira-
kata and her infant son were re-
leased last week from the Pioneer
Memorial Hospital.
No. 84
Conclave Theme 'Buddhism, Free World'
Theme of the annual Tri-State YBL conference Friday-S a turda y-
Sunday, December 21-22-23 "Buddhism and the Free World;**
Guest conference leader and speaker; Dr. Kikuo Taira from Fresno,
Calif., physician, distinguished nisei Buddhist leader and president of
Planning Commission of the Buddhist Churches of America.
These items from the conference agenda were noted yesterday by
Al Nakata of Brighton, president of the league and general conference
chairman. The conference participants, he emphasized, will include
junior, as well as senior, YBL members.
Conference events, and the respective Busseis in charge, are noted
on page 2.
NAME NEW CHAIRMAN OF
SISTER CITY COMMITTEE
Mrs. Miriam Haley of Cherry
Hills Village recently succeeded
Mrs* Elizabeth H* Rose as chair-
man of the Denver-Takayama City
Sister Cities Committee*Mrs.Ha-
ley is also engaged in the Yarn
Hut enterprise at 5013 HappyCan-
yon Rd. with Mmes. Hana Taka-
mine, Chiz Momii and W* Corliss.
Off To Seattle
It takes sustained effort and en-
terprise, of families involved and
friends of good will, to mount a
field trip involving youngsters.
A couple of dozen sanseis ofSimp-
son Methodist Church are entrain-
ing for the youth conference at
Seattle Japanese MethodistChurch
on Thanksgiving week-end.
Among groups helping them to
finance trip are the Cornelians,
who put on a tamale sale for their
benefit, and issei Fujin Kai which
gave $250 to the enterprise*
SON VISITOR
Dr* Earl Yonejiro, assistant
professor of medicine at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota, visited with
his parents, the Saburo Yonehiros
of Denver. The visitor had been
attending inSan Francisco the ses-
sions of the American College of
Surgeons, of which he is a fel-
low*
BILL MARUTANI, Philadelphia
lawyer and National JACL legal
counsel; and Masao Satow of San
Francisco, league director, will
be among officials attending Mtn.
Plains biennial conference at Cos-
mos poli tan Hotel Nov. 30. From
left, at recent joint Midwest and
Eastern district councils meeting:
Dr* Frank Sakamoto of Chicago,
Satow,.John YoshinoofWastuD.C.,
and Marutani. His mother, Mrs*
Haruno Marutani, formerly of Se*~
attle,'resides in Denver*
The Pacific Citizen photo*
CONSUL DENVER VISITOR TOUR JAPAN
Vice Consul Kyo Kawamura of San Francisco Mrs. Alice
the Japanese Consulate General of Hosokawa of Golden, Colo*, passed
San Francisco was a visitor here
last week. He called on Governor
Love and Mayor Currigan. A rece-
ption was held by members of the
Japanese community in honor of
AT visitor at Fuji En restaxirant*
'k BABY GIRL \S
Commerce City For the Stan-1
ley K. Okamotos of 7421 E. 8&wy
^ave-, a baby girl. " /
COMING EVENTS
Scfe-Suk, Nov. 9-ia
Boddfabt Clnreh amud bazaar at
the
Sun*. Nov. ia noon, Cornelians*
tamale benefit sale, $1.50perdoz.,
for MYF conference trip toSeattte*
Sum, Nov. 17. MAC fish deity
dtonen Henry Ta&nre* chairman.
FrL, Nor. 22, evening, Cathay
POotCMld Welfare benefit.
Sun*, Nov. 24, 7-10 p.m., DBAC
benefit party games, prizes -
at Buddhist Church.
FrL-Sat* Nov. Z*-3Q, Mountain-
Plains JACL Ctnventton at Cos-
moptditan HoteL
Sat*-Suru, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, Moun-
tain-Plains Bcwling Tournament
at Celebrity lanes.
FrL-Sum, Dec* 20-22, Joint YBL
and Jr. YEA. Conference at Trl-
State BiiddhlstCfaurcli.
Sat,, .Dec. 21, 9 p.nu-1 a4iu,
Cathay Post Ski Club Christmas
dance at Premier Motel, 4757
Vasquez blvd., $2.50 per person,
SWORDSMAN BECOMES
A WRESTLER
Film star KazuoHasegawa plays
the role of a fiery samurai swords-
man who becomes a wrestler in
die motion picture, Ippon-toDoh-
yoiri.** Yumeji Tsukioka co-stars
in the film show Sun., Nov* 17,
7 p.m., at Buddhist Church*
Aspects of a mother-cum-
daughter problem will be explor-
ed in the companion film, "Haha
Sakura.** The respective roles are
played by Elko Yumi and Masako
Mochizuki.
through here enroute to Japan
aboard a Japan Airlines plane. She
will visit in Tokyo for three weeks.
DBAC BENEFIT
*EVENT NOVEMBER 24
0fffcTai3'liYcharge of die DBAC
benefit party Nov. 24 at Buddhist
Church includes the following per-
sons, according to Kay Nitta,
chairman:
Kaz Sakamoto, Ben Hara, Frank
Fujino, Bill Chikuma, HarryNitta,
George Omoto, Mas Mura, Herb
Inouye, Fred Uyeda. Sam Doida,
Frank Takahashl, Sam Suekama;
Nebo Nakayama, StoTani, Harry
Yanari,. Tad Yamamoto, George
Tsukamoto, Hank Shibao, TomKa-
jiwara, George Umetani, Shun
Nakayama;
Hiroshi Tani, Hugh Nishimoto,
Sam Kato and Eddie Ito.
KIM SASANO, R*N., assistant
head nurse at Rose Memorial Hos-
pital, joins for one-year period
the nursing staff of American hos-
pital ship, SS Hope. Floating hos-
pital is bound for Ecuador in South
America. CU graduate is daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. K. T. Sasano of
Arvada.
BISHOP CONSECRATED
Vatican City At the altar of
St* Peter's Basilica, erected over
the tomb of St, Peter, Bishop Ei->
kichi Tanaka of the diocese of Ta-
kamatsu in Japan was among the 14
missionary Bishops consecrated in
a ceremony last week by Pope Paul
VI*
ORIENTAL LANDSCAPE
THEME USED IN PROJECT
Longmont The S outhmocr Park
subdivision south of Longmontwill
feature Oriental landscaping down
the two main parkways* The land-
scape designers are the father
and son firm of Denver, Stanley
Yoshimura and his son Mich.
Developers of this new resi-
dential project are Jim Kanemoto
and Wally White. First of their
show homes were opened last
month for public inspection.
The Japanese landscaping
theme, to be carried out through-
out die subdivision, will feature
Bonsai pine trees, moss-encrust-
ed rocks, streams lined with multi-
colored pebbles, plants and shrubs.
WELCOME INFANT
Greeley Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Urano of Fort Lupton became the
parents of a daughter, bom last-
month at Weld County General Hos-
pital. Little Tina Lynne has five
sisters and a brother.
SUNDAY $ERVIC£S
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH. 1014 27ft St.
9:30 a-nu, Sabbath School.
INDEPENDENT'CHRETIAN
CHURCH, 1645 Menton st.
9:30 ejn.. Sunday School.
10(40 a-m., Sunday Service.
BUDOHIST CHURCH
1945 Lawrence st.
10 ajiu, Sunday School
10(3O'a.nu, Sunday Service.
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High st.
9:30 a.nu. Sunday School.
11 a.m., English Service.
11 a.nb, Issei Service,
BUUC RATS
O.S.POSTAGE
PAID
DEHVER.GOlfc.
PERMIT K0.63


Wednesday, November 13, 1963
YBL CONFERENCE PROGRAM LEADERS NAMED
The following events and pro-
jects for the Tri-State YBL con-
ference Dec. 21-22-23, as deter-
mined at series of meetings of
YBL officers, were reported by
Mrs, Elaine Tsumura, recording
secretary:
TALENT SHOW
Jean Sato, ch.; Joyce Sakaguchi,
Floyd Ito, Jane Igata, Linda Kino-
shita, Sue Yamamoto, Louis Yo-
shida, Hazel Watada, Neiko Hira-
kawa, Cheryl Takahashi;
BANQUET AND DANCE
(Tickets), Ken Tani and Gene
Watada, co-ch.; Don Takemura,
Gloria Ota, Wilma Tamaki;
.LUNCHEON
Michi Yoshida and George Ta-
gawa, co-ch,; Sharon Doida, Gaye
Noguchi, Christine Yamakishi;
The F o r u a
Sand is a common ingredient
used by Japanese bonseki painters
and certain Navajo Indian sand
painters of New Mexico.
Amid flourishing groups of
practitioners of the art disciplines
such as bonsai, ikebana and
sumi-e, James Arata Karakawa
probably is Denver's only bonseki
artist. And Karakawa has yet to
see an Indian sand painting, al-
though he has heard about them.
He is a recipient of a master's
certificate and the professional
'flame of Shin-Setsu (new snow)
from the Hosokawa bonseki school
of Japan.
The required equipment for bon-
seki is exacting but simple a
black obon, special kind of white
sand imported from Japan, and a
duck feather. He uses the feather
as the sumi-e artist employs the
fu-de. For his own work on the
obon, Karakawa prefers to use
seven grades of the sand, ranging
from very fine to the stony coarse.
"A handy thing about this art
form," he smiled, "the sand and
the obon can be re-used indefin-
itely."
Presumably, if the bonseki artist
dlsap'proves Vvis own unfinished, or
^ even finished, painting, he simply
tilts the obon to drain off the sand
and start afresh, using the same
sand and obon.
The ease with which this can be
done also could conceivably ease
artistic temper tantrums, which
Karakawa himself appears to
avoid.
"The resulting pictureofbon-
seki, which means tray-sand," he
said, "is the reverse of sumi-e.
In the one, white sand is applied
to black obon background. In the
other, black liquid suml Is painted
on white paper."
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Selection of Miss Bussei to be
made on the basis of adjusted
point system, with emphasis on
local chapter activities; Ted Tsu-
mura and Henry Tobo;
ELECTION
(YBL cabinet officers), Bob Wa-
tada;
ORATORICAL CONTEST
Judy Umemoto and Bob Watada,
co-ch.; CarrieAnnSakamoto, Den-
nis Ioka.
CONFERENCE BOOKLET
AND BANQUET MENU
Kiyo and Janet Nakata, co-ch.;
Hiroshi Tani, Christine Kutsuma,
Roger Suekama, Joanne Mayeda;
banquet in Silver Glade ballroom
of Cosmopolitan Hotel;
DEBATE
Shirley Eto, ch.; Norm Yokooji,
Eileen Fujino, Sharon Tani;
"EYE-OPENER"
Informal reception-refresh-
ment, 9 a.m. Saturday Larry
Kishiyama, ch.; Richard Yoshida,
Harriett Sakamoto;
REGISTRATION
Gail Chikuma and Mrs. Tsu-
mura, co-ch,; Judy Sasaki, Arlene
Fukuhara, Charlene Fukuhara,
Dale Yanari;
ARRANGEMENTS
(Banquet tables) Lois Sato;
BOWLING
William Tani and Jane Nakata,
co-ch.; Duane Hasegawa, Sandra
Kinoshita;
ADVISORS
The YBL advisors are Mrs. Mut-
suyo Tsunoda, Tom Nakata and
Tom Koshio.
MRS. BARBARA HAMAI and her
new cabinet officers of Cathay
Post Ski Club were installed at din-
ner meeting. From left: Bob Ota,
v.p.; Susan Tawara, cor. sec.; Mrs.
Hamai; Dorothy Gorai, record,
sec.; and Junichi Komuro, treas.
Photo by Hiromu Okada.
CELEBRITY NISEIS
Ken Takahashi-663, Mas Yoshi-
mura-662 and Bud Stark-651 were
series leaders last week in the
Celebrity niseis bowling circuit.
Team leader was Elton Ross-
20-13, and tied for third spot at
19-14 were SanoPizza, Gait's, and
Johns Mkt.
NISEI CLASSICS
High game players last week in
the Nisei Classics bowling spree
were Jim Takaki-265, Hooch Oku-
mura and George Goto, each with
232. Leading team in the 13-team
league was Akebono-16-8, and the
Sakura-En-6-18 keglers were in
the tail spot.
NISEI WOMENS LEAGUE
High series players in this bowl-
ing league, through the 27th game,
were Mits Nakagawa-725, Taki
Hayashida-565 and Elaine Mat-
sude-552.
IMS
Mayor Appoints Golf
BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Bob Miyamoto was designated as
bowler of the month. He bowls
at the Celebrity; his high series
score was 645; in recognition for
which Bob earned an on-the-house
dinner.
DBAC SCORES
Men's high series bowling
scores through 24th game included:
Joe Sato-617, Frank Kimura-602
and Mas Omoto-600.
The women's high series were
recorded by Dorothy Fujino-584,
May Nakamura-557 and Kiyo
Advisory Cownittee
Mayor Currigans Golf Advisory
Committee members were an-
nounced last week. Yutaka Tera-
saki of the Mile Hi Golf dub is
one of five mayoral appointees.
The committee has problems ga-
lore to be dealt with for instance,
the non-city and county resident
fee charges of $6 per round on
week-ends, roughly double the a-
mount charged Denver players.
Both Mile Hi and Cathay Post
clubs have created fee equalizing
schedules which increase amounts
paid by Denverites and decreases
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