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November 27, 1965
No. 86
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
IJ I H 01
Council Sessions
All events scheduled at the
Mountain Plains JACL District
Council convention will be held as
planned at least as of last Sun-
day according to Council Chair-
man Min Yasui.
As a result of the tragic nation-
al event of last week-end, however,
the continued presence of members
of Congress in Wash,, D.C., may
be required. In that event, Yasui
said, Senator Peter Dominick of
Colorado would not be able to ful-
fill his commitment to be the
principal speaker at the Council
banquet.
Events Postponed
The following two events sched-
uled at the Buddhist Church have
been postponed in observance of
national mourning on the occasion
of assassination of the late Presi-
dent Kennedy:
The Tri-State YBL benefit movie
scheduled for last Saturday night
was postponed and it will be held
this Saturday night at the Buddhist
Church.
The DBAC benefit games sched-
uled for last Sunday night will be
held on Saturday, December 14,
, 8-11 p.m., at the BuddhistChurch.
JOURNEY'S END
New York City The five Wa-
seda University hikers arrived
here last week, completing their
transcontinental jogging trip from
San Francisco in 241 days.
They paused in Denver early last
summer, one of the 220cities which
they visited. After a couple of
weeks* visit here, they will head
homeward by car as far as
Los Angeles.
CONVENTION PROGRAM
Fri., Nov. 29, 4 p.m., cocktail
party for convention delegates at
home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Mayeda at 3334 Albion st.; 6:30
p.m., Fort Lupton JACL buffet sup-
per and opening ceremonies at
Municipal Hall;
Sat., Nov. 30, 10 a.m. and at
2 p.m., sessions in Empire Room
of Cosmopolitan Hotel in Denver;
12 noon, "Issei Story** project
luncheon in Century Room of the
hotel; 6:30 p.m., banquet in the
Silver Glade Ballroom; 9 p.m.,
convention ball.
THANKSGIVING TOURNEY
The Thanksgiving weekend bowl-
ing tourney sponsored by Rocky
Mtn. Nisei Bowling Assn, begins
Friday night, soon after midnight.
It will be the ragtime event. Tour-
ney officials include the associa-
tion president, Dr. Bob Mayeda,
Sam Inai, Ben Yanaga, Sadami
Kuroda, Iwao Nishikawa and Jean
Matsuda;
John Sakayama, John Noguchi,
Pete Menda, Dr. Koji Kanai,
George MukaikuboandYujiFuruta,
Bob Ota and Min Kishiyama.
Trout Derby Winners
Its official now; Sam Inamasu
who won top DBAC fishing derby
prize with a 5 lb. 14 oz. trout;
probably caught die biggest one of
the past season. Over at Kamloqp
Fishing Club, seasons first prize
for biggest catch was bestowed
recently on Harry Kojima. His
prize winner weighed 4 lb. 4 1/2
oz.
Henry Tagawa, DBAC fishing
chairman for the past season, was
succeeded by Ben Hara, chairman
for the 1964 season.
Final Rites Conducted
SHIRO MATSUNO
Services for the late Shiro Mat-
suno of 1380 Julian su was con-
ducted Monday at the Buddhist
Church.
$ His survivors are his widow,
Mrs. Betty Matsuno, their chil-
dren, Regina, Daniel and Rhonda;
his parents, the Kanroku Matsuno
of Los Angeles; his brothers and
sisters, Kiyoaki, Isao, Tatsuye
Takeuchi Matsuno, Namiko Mary
Ito, all of Los Angeles; Sho of
Sunnyvale, Takato and Tsuruko
Watamura of Monterey Park, all
in Calif. Cremation was held in
Los Angeles.
MOICHITANABE
Funeral services for the late
Molchl Tanabe of Wiggins was held
Monday at Simpson Methodist
Church.
His survivors are his widow,
Mrs. Shizu Tanabe, and their chil-
dren, James and Ben of Wiggins,
Minoru, Mmes. MaryIhada,Shige-
ko Kurosaki, all of Calif.; Mmes.
Alice Uchida of Pueblo, Shirley
Sunata of Denver; and 26 grand-
children. Interment was at Fair-
mount cemetery.
Sunday Services
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th st.
9:30 a.m.. Sabbath School.
11 a.m.. Sabbath service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, 2250 Tremont pi.
9:30 a.m., Sunday school.
10:40 a.m., Sunday service.
SIMPSON~METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High st.
9:30 a.m Sunday School.
9:30 a.m., English service.
11 a.m., issei service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1947 Lawrence st.
All services, suspended during
August, will be resumed Sunday,
Sept. 1.
Last Friday of each month, 8
p.m., family devotional service.
MRS. KUNI YONEYAMA
North Platte, Nebr. Mrs. Kurd
Yoneyama, 88, died here last week*
She was the widow of die latelchi-
taro Yoneyama.
KENICHI HIDAKA
Pueblo A pioneer resident;
Kenicbi Hidaka died here last week.
Funeral services were held at the
Wesley Methodist Church of which
he was a member.
He is survived by his widow,
Kayo; and their children, Fred of
Pueblo, Susumu and Mits of Chic-
ago, Mmes. May Nagata of Hawaii,
Minnie Yoritomo of Denver; his
sister, Mrs. K. Moriki of Chic-
ago, and seven grandchildren.
Upon arriving here from Hiro-
shima in 1907, young Hidaka first
worked at the CF & I steel mill.
Soon thereafter, he began farm-
ing, and was actively engaged in
it until early this year.
FALL FESTIVAL
Mrs. Louise Ota, president of
PTA at Horace Mann Jr. High, was
in charge of the fall festival pro-
gram given last Thursday.
Coning Events
Sat., Nov. 29, 7 p.m., Tri State
YBL benefit movie at Buddhist
Church.
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 29-30, Mountain
Plains JACL Convention at Cos-
mopolitan Hotel.
SaL-Suru, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, Moun-
tain Plains Bowling Tournamentat
Celebrity Lanes.
Sat., Dec. 14, 8-11 p.m, DBAC
benefit party games, prizes -
at Buddhist Church.
FrL-Sun., Dec. 20-22; Joint YBL
and Jr. YBA Conference at Tri-
State Buddhist Church.
Sat., Dec. 21, 9 pjiu,1 a.ro,
Cathay Post Ski Club Christmas
dance at Premier Motel, 4757Vas-.
quez blvd., $2.50 per person.
CHURCH OFFICIALS
The following persons were
elected chairmen of die several
committees of Simpson Methodist
Church:
Board of Trustees, Hideo Ha-
mamura, incumbent; official board
stewards, Sam Matsumoto, incum-
bent; -lay leader, Meach Nogamii
church school supt., Joe. Ariki;
treas. of gen. fund, Shirley Su-
nata; and church school fund, Vir-
ginia Ito;
Membership and evangelism
Dale Ritter; education, Sam and
Mary Ariki; missions, Hana Hata-
keyama; stewardship and finance,
Joe Akiyama; social concerns,Ki-
ko Akiyama and Kana Yorimoto;
Christian vocations, Mary Taka-
mine; communion, Helen Cavnar;
hosp. and homes, Tak and Shir-
ley Sunata; cooperation, George
Kuramoto, Frank Uyenishi; par-
sonage, George and Helen Goto;
nominations, the Rev. Paul Hagiya;
Audit, SamKumagai andJunOya;
music, Jean Sato; history, Sadako
Hasegawa; property, Tol Taka-
mine; recreation, Aki Akiyama and
Himi Morishige; ushers, YoshArai
and Ben Murakami; public rela-
tions, Ed Shimabukuro; athletics,
Eddie Kawano. .
NEW MASTHEAD DESIGNED
The Rocky Mountain Jiho is in-,
debted to Kazuo Ozawa for the de-
sign of the new masthead at the top
of this page.
ROBBERY REPORTED
Frank Uyenishi of 3300 E. 30th
ave. told police last week that two
armed men entered his grocery
store at 2463 Calif, st. and fled
with $40 from the cash register.
IN MEMQRIAM
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
But Death returns an answer
sweet:
*My sudden frost was sudden
gain,
And gave all ripeness to the
grain
It might have drawn from after-
heat.**
-from Tennysons "InMemoriam"
Hosaka-Tanikava
The betrothal of Miss Kay Ho-
saka to George Tanikawa was re-
vealed recently. The bride-to-be
is the daughter of the Sasuke Ho-
sakas of Mitchell, Nebr. Groom-
to-be, the son of the Riichi Tani-
kawas of 2623 Stout st., is a gradu-
ate of Univ. of Wyo. He is em-
ployed at the General Electric
Co. plant in Pittsfield, Mass.
The couple plan to be married
next February. Baishakunin for the
couple is Mrs. Kaoru Urano of
Fort Lupton.
Thanksgiving Rite
For the fifth consecutive year,
the Rev. Noboru Tsunoda will par-
ticipate in the Thanksgiving Day
services at 10:30 a.m, at the First
Unitarian Church, 1400 Lafayette
st. He will render okyo, the Dhar-
mapada.
Participants in the service are
members of the host church, Tem-
ple Micah and Mountvlew Friends
Society and the Buddhist Church.
SEATTLE-BOUND
25 youngsters and either four or
five accompanying adults are to
board the train, Portland Rose,
8:30 a.m.t Thanksgiving Day for
Seattle to attend youth conference
at the Japanese Methodist Church
there.
Chaperones accompanying the
group are Virginia Ito, Joe Ariki,
Julia Kamura and Rev. Paul Ha-
giya. Another adult was expected
to accompany the young people.
They will return to Denver Tues-
day afternoon.
THEY DESIGN POSTER
Boulder Mamoru and Lois Sato
designed the poster and program
cover for the currentNomad Play-
ers' production of two one-acters,
Samuel Becketts Kraps Last
Tape, and Edward Albees "The
Zoo Story.'* Mamoru is a gradu-
ate student at CU, Lois is a sec-
retary at the university.
1000 CLUB
San Francisco National JACL
office said Dr. Takeshi Ito of Den-
ver recently became a member of
the 1000 Club, The prominentDen-
ver dentist joined the club for the
first time.
IT WAS A GRAND summer fish-
ing season for these winners of
DBAC fishing derby. Trophy win-
ners for the "big catch** were,
from left: George Umetani, 3rd
prize; Henry Yamashita, 2nd; and
Sam Inamasu, men's first prize
winner. Patty, 5; and Bruce, 3;
won the small fry prizes. Next,
the childrens mother, Mrs. Sachi
Hara received first lady's prize in
behalf her absent mother-in-law,
Mrs. Yuku Hara. Her catch weigh-
ed 4 lb. 9 oz. Other prize winners
were Karen Taka hash!, Mmes.
Hattie Arita andSueTagawa. Photo
by Hiromu Okada.
SPANKING NEW KITCHEN of the
Buddhist Church.is prideandjoyof
Buddhist Church members es-
pecially its distaff members who
must so often use the kitchen to
prepare teas for a few, and meals
for hundreds. At a recent event, the
ladies who gave the kitchen and its
equipment a workout pronounced it
to be satisfactory. A few of them
are seen here, from left: Mmes.
Tokl Takeuchi, Mae Doida, Tsugi
Okuno, Sueko Miyake, Ura Doi-
zaki, Aye Fukuhara, Mase Taka-
hashi, Sute Kuromiya and Risano
Okazaki. Young lady in forground
is Linda, daughter of the Sam
Katos, and lone gentleman is Keni-
chi Suzuki.
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Bowling Scores
SIMPSON BOWLERS
While top few Simpson Church
bowling score leaders still remain
in about the same positions, some
encouraging high hdcp. series were
turned in by players in lower half
of the rosters at end of 53rd game:
Sarge Terasaki-628, his son Don
-642, Pres MorishigeJr.-672,Jim
Doizaki-635, Art Yorimoto-671,
Gene Nishimoto-641, Ben Miya-
hara-621; Judy Umemoto-634,
Jean Fujimoto-616.
NISEI CLASSICS
Elite Flower team led this bowl-
ing league last week with 20 wins
and 10 losses. Top bowlers in
series and games were: Tats Iwa-
hashi-660, Dick Yanase-635, Ben
Yanaga-604, Yanas e-257, Iwaha-
shi-247.
CELEBRTTY NISEI
John's Market-24-15 win-loss
totals led the Celebrity Nisei bowl-
ing series last week.
Top series and game bowlers
were: Joey Sumida-42-640, Tom
Hasegawa-66-624, Jim Fukuhara-
38-246, Bud Stark-24-233, and Ed
Yamaguchi-26-232.
The Form
Many kinds of documents are
needed by die Japanese Ameri-
can history research project of-
fice at UCLA, and isseis and
niseis who possess them are urg-
ed to make known their avail-
ability to that office.
Descriptions of such material
should be sent to the office of
Dr. Scott Miyakawa, project di-
rector at 360 Haines Hall, UCLA,
Los Angeles 24, Calif. That is
the first step pending the reply
and further communications from
his office as to the need of the
material for project use.
The requested material may re-
late to die pioneer Isseis, the
isseis and niseis today; they may
be in forms of scrapbooks, ser-
mons, photographs, letters, diar-
ies, minutes of local organiza-
tions, the project headquarters ex-
plained.
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was made by coaches of the Met-
ropolitan League.
Guard Ken Sato of Sheridan Un-
lon High and Quarterback Harold
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Honorable mentions went to
tackle Harvey Tashiro and Guard
Bob Sakaguchl of Brighton High
and Dale Aigaki of Thornton High*
Had Tashiro not missedacouple.
ACADEMY PROGRAM
The Rev. Noboru Tsunoda gave a
talk on Buddhism last week before
the upper classmen at the U.S.
Air Force Academy. Cadet Wil-
liam Sakahara from San Jose,
Calif,, was the only sansei stu-
dent who attended the program.
PATROL LEADER
Fort Lupton Betty Jean Inouye
is one of the seven patrol leaders
of the Girl Scout troop here.
Page 2
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was was felt he might well have
been picked for the all-star team.
JUDO CLINIC HELD
Fort Collins A judo clinic
was sponsored at CSU Sunday by
the campus judo club. The clinic
staff included wrestling coach Don
Mullison, Tooru Takamatsu, Dr.
Yoshio Ito and Fred Okimotoofthe
Denver Judo School.
A Grand Opening
Colorado Springs Mrs. To-
shiko Nancy Ziegler staged a grand
opening at her knitwear store, the
Jiftie Knit at 1013 South Tejon sc
She prepared for this event with
a three-year study of knitting tech-
nique in Kobe, from where she re-
turned three years ago. The esta-
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but knitting machines. She also
provides instruction in the use of
the equipment. Her well wishers
include her husband Oliver, and
their children, Maria, 10, and
Daniel, 7.
She became a naturalized citi-
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Wednesday, November 27 1965
SCOUT ACTIVITIES
Derby When a boy becomes a
Cub Scout, so in fact does his
parents. The Cub only derives
maximum benefit from scouting
with parental help, District Scout,
Commissioner Frank Nakagawa
reminded parents of Cub Pack 249
last week.
Elsewhere, CubScoutPack 102's
Mark Shinbara received gold
marks under the bear.
Also, Girl Scout Troop 1386
recently held a Halloween party.
Troop members include Janet
Ogawa.
Adult leaders of Buddhist
Church's Boy Scout troop 169 are:
Eddie Ito, Scoutmaster; Hank Shi-
bao and Tad Yamamoto, assistant
Scoutmasters; Sam Suekama and
George Tsukamoto, advisors for
Explorer Scout.
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
Tommy Kuwazaki is one of the
new members of Boy Scout Troop
274 at Monaco School.
DEMONSTRATION COUNCIL
Greeley Among those who re-
ceived recognition from the Weld
County Home Demonstration Coun-
cil at its recent gathering was Mrs.
Hiroshi Tateyama of Wyatt.
ROCKY FORD SCHOLARS
Rocky Ford Sylvia Sakamoto
and Jan Harada were among the
scholars named in the honor roll
at Rocky Ford High SchfeoL
SAFE DRIVER
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IT'S A NICE FEELING
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PROPERTY PURCHASED
Westminster Etsu Hisamoto
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JAPAN FESTIVAL
CU Kenkyu-Club invites you to Japan-
Festival to be held at Glenn Miller
Ballroom. University Memorial Center,
Boulder, Colorado, on Dec. 8, 1965.
1:50 p,m..-. ...4 p.m. Demonstration,
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