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Jan* 8, 1964 No* 92
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
New Management
Operation of the Cathay Post
restaurant was turned over to Al-
len Wong and Leo Pond, who pre-
viously operated the Oriental Gar-
den restaurant, it was announced
following the meeting Saturday of
officers of the Cathay Post Bldg.
Corp., headed by John Noguchi,
president.
A1 Miyagishima, who has been
managing the restaurant, will be
i n charge of die bar, which re-
mains an enterprize managed by
the Post. New restaurant manage-
ment will keep its doors open
daily from 11 a.m. to midnight,
except Saturdays and Sundays, 1
p.m. to midnight.
Reminder For Isseis
The issei, who are alien sub-
jects will be required to report
their addresses during January to
the U.S. Immigration and Natural-
ization Service, according to John
T. Clingan, Immigration Service
district director in Denver.
Report forms will be available
at all post offices and Immigration
Service offices.
EQUIPMENT AUCTIONED
Greeley Power equipment and
tools were scheduled for an auc-
tion sale last week by Paul Sak-
uri, it was reported.
SERVICES FOR UCHIDA
HELD TUESDAY
Funeral services for the late
Fred Uchida of 2461 Champa St.
was held Tuesday at the Buddhist
Church. Cremation services were
held Tuesday at the Riverside
Crematory.
PRIZE WINNERS
Gail Umetani was the grand prize
winner at die recent benefit pro-
gram at the Buddhist Church. Other
major prize winners were: 2nd,
Fred Okimoto; 3rd, EarlAinsworth
of Brighton; 4th, Mrs. T. Okimoto;
5th T. Mlsaki of Omaha, Nebr.
Many other prizes were awarded
to individuals.
ADAMS CITY CAGERS
Adams City Bill Iwata, 5-6
a junior, plays guard position this
season in the 14-man Adams City
High School basketball team.
HOSPITALIZED
Fort Collins Mrs. Hiram His-
anori Kano was a patient lastweek
at the Poudre Valley Memorial
Hospital.
Alamosa Theresa Uyemura of
Blanca was a patient last week at
the Alamosa Community Hospital.
CATHAY POST BENEFIT
AFFAIR PRIZEWINNERS
The following persons were win-
ners of merchandise at the recent
Cathay Post benefit program: first
prize color TV set, Fred Miyaza-
wa; 2nd prize, a typewriter, Kay
Nltta; 3rd prize, a transistor radio
set, Chuck Wong.
WILLIAM NAGASHIMA,
FEDERAL CARTOGRAPHER
William K. Nagashima, 36, of
940 Del Norte St. in Westmin-
ster, diedTuesday at St. Lukes
Hospital where he had been a
patient. Arrangements for the
funeral services are pending.
Nagashima, cartographer at the
U.S. Geological Survey at the Fed-
eral Center, is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Misako. Nagashima,
sons, Daniel, 4; Raymond, 5; and
Paul, 7; and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chotaro Nagashima.
Valley Judo Group Names New Instructor
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MARTHA OZAKI, Belle of the
Ball at Mile Hi Ja6l New Years
eve dance.
TEMPLE bells ring out the old
year and ring in the new year.
Bell ringer at Kiyomizu Temple
in Kyoto rings bronze bell
108 times which symbolizes the
cleansing mans sins and passion.
DARUMA dolls are sold at fair at
Takahata Fudo Temple, Tokyo,
dan. 28.
Coning Events,
Fri., Jan. 10, Longmont YBA
meeting.
Fri., Jan. 10, 6:50 p.m.,NCNBL
cage games at Manual High gym.
Sun., Jan. 12, Junior Olympic
tournament at Denver JudoSchool.
Sun., Jan. 12, X p.m., Seichono-
Iye New Year party at Japanese
Hall.
Wed,, Jan. 15, 8 p,m., Greeley
Kyudo Kai meeting.
Sat., Jan. 18, Fujin Kai and Kyudo
Kai New Years party at Buddhist
Church.
Sun., Jan. 19, Kokusei Kai pro-
gram at the Buddhist Church.
Sat.-Sun., Jan. 25-26, at Cele-
brity Lanes, 2nd annual Simp-
son Church Bowling League In-
vitational tourney.
Sun., Jan. 26, HokkajinKai pro-
gram at the Buddhist Church.
Church Services
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
CHURCH, 1014 27th St.
9:30 a.m., Sabbath School.
11 a.m., Church service.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, 1645 Newton St.
9:30 a.m.,~ Sunday School.
10:40 Sunday service.
BUDDHIST CHURCH
1945 Lawrence St,
10 a*m, Sunday School.
10:30 a.m., Sunday service.
Last Friday of each month, 8
p.m., family devotional service.
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
3401 High St.
9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
9:30 a.m, English service.
11 a.m., English service.
11 a.m., Issei service.
Cabinet Officers
A CU coed from Boulder reigned
as Belle of the Ball at the Mile Hi
JACL's New Years Eve dance in
the Hilton Hotel. She was Martha
Ozaki.
New board members and officers
were sworn in at dinner: New board
members are: Gladys Taniwaki,
Yasuko Fujimori, Eiji Horiuchi,
Dr. Ben Miyahara, Henry Tobo,
Yvonne Kumagai and Frank Naka-
gawa. New cabinet officers are:
pres., Dave Furukawa; 1st v.p.,
Don Tanabe; 2nd v.p., Horiuchi;
3rd v.p., Miyahara; treas., Dr.
MikeUba; sec., Natch! Matsunami,
who also succeeded Mrs. Joanna
Sakata of Brighton on the boardfol-
lowing her resignation.
Sue Mayeda was the grand prize
winner of die color TV set, 2nd
and 3rd cash prize winners were
Tosh Uba and John Smay.
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
Among the long distance travel-
ers over the holidays were James
Suekama, freshman, and Joe Ozak.*
senior, at Columbia University ii
New York, who visited with their
families here. Ozaki expects to
enroll at CU medical school next
autumn.
KAWAKAMI WINNER OF
CROP CONTEST
Fort Lupton Edward KenjiKa-
wakami, 16, son of the Robert
Kawakamis, won first Colorado
prize in tkeNationalCanning Crops
Contest sponsored by the National
Jr. Vegetable Growers Assn, and
the National Canners Assiu
IN WASHINGTON
Wash., D.C. Mike and Tom
Mizokami from Blanca, Colorado,
were visitors here last week.
TWO BOYS
For the Tatsuo Iwahashis, of
3600 E. 32nd Ave., a boy.
For the Burton K. Matsudas of
2341 Tremont Place, a boy.
AUTOMOBILE JUMPS CURB
The auto driven Sunday by Her-
bert Fuji! of 985 S.ZuniSt. jumped
the curb at W. 12th Ave. and Speer
Blvd, and plunged into Cherry
Creek, the police reported, adding
that Fujii apparently was not in-
jured. His auto was northbound on
Speer Blvd.
At St. Philomenas
St. Philomenas Catholic Church
at 2820 E. 14th Ave. was the scene
of the recent marriage of former
Shizuye Tsuchimoto to Thomas E.
Allen. Parents of the couple are
the Harushi Tsuchimotos of 2205
. E. 25th Ave., and the Tony Allens.
Reception for the newlyweds was
held at the Lotus Room. Toast-
master for the occasion was Y.
Tsuchimoto, the brides uncle.
BAMB1 IS MISSING
FROM HIS HOME
Bambi, a French poodle was
missing last week from the home
of its owner, Mrs. Shizuko Kanai
of 833 26th St. Bambi is male,
white, 7 years old and weighs
X0 pounds.
The first practice session of the
reorganized San Luis Valley Judo
Club was scheduled Saturday in Al-
amosa, according to Tooru Taka-
matsu of the Denver Judo School,
which arranged to send from its
classes, Edwin Imada, shodan, as
the valley clubs instructor.
For that initial event, Yo and
Ken Fushimi and Mr. Hall and 16
students from the Denver school
.raveled down to Alamosa to par-
Invitation Tourney
Harry Hashimoto and Jean Mat-
suda are co-chairmen of the 2nd
annual Simpson Church bowling
league invitational tourney Jan. 25-
26 at the Celebrity Lanes. Entry
deadline is Sunday, Jan. 12.
Other tournament officials are:
tabulation, Jim Shinto; ragtime
doubles, Willie Hirokawa; sched-
ule, Todd Okita and Dick Iriye;
scorekeepers, Harlan Smith and
Joe Rodriguez; registration, Vi
Nishimura; trophies. Gene Ikeya;
posters, Ed Low; and treasurer,
Min Kishlyama.
TOURNEY AT M1LLIKEN
Milliken Participants atwrest-
ling tournament at local high school
last week included: Norm Yago -
127 lbs. of Valley High who de-
cisioned Jim Pafford of Platte Val-
ley, 10-1; Richard Taziri-145 lbs.
from College High who decisioned
Don Jones of Greeley High, 11-4.
BASKETBALL PLAYERS
At Manual High, Dave Okazakl-
5-8, a sophomore, is a member of
the basketball team. At Brighton
High, Ed Imatani-5-10, a junior
plays for its quintet.
ticipate in the program. About 50
students from valley communities
will practice four nights weekly.
Sergeant's Citations
Colorado Springs In one mem-
orable day last week, Staff Sgt.
Harvey H. Inouye of the Air De-
fense Command's Information of-
fice received two citations.
From Maj. Gen. Benjamin Web-
ster, the ADC chief of staff, the
nisei NCO received the Air Force
Commendation Medal for "out-
standing knowledge, individual ini-
tiative, and exceptional effic-
iency." Later, he received the
certificate which cited him as the
NCO of the Month from his unit,
the 4608th Support Squadron.
Initial Cage Ganes
NCNBLs opening cage game at
Nanual High gym Friday, Jan. 10,
at 6:50 p.m. will be between the
Playboys and Bussei No. 2, to be
followed by Ken Tagawas quintet
vs. Bussei No. 1, and the Simp-
son Church vs Mile Hi Merchants.
Fuji-En drew a bye.
FORT LUPTON BOWLERS
Fort Lupton Scores from last
week: High series Katie Koshio-
450, AmyUrano-411andSteveHis-
amoto-422.
GREELEY BOWLERS
Greeley Shiz Ogata's scores
last weekwere 411-188 in the Gree-
ley Ladies series and 518-219-
208 in the Women's Classics. Ste-
phanie Tokunaga was a participant
in the recent Christmas tourna-
ment at the Bowlderado lanes.
Rare High Series Conservation
A rare 604 high scratch series
was racked up by Vi Nishimura in
her 51st game of season recently
in the Simpson Church League.
Her season average has been 163
with a 25 hdcp.
During the same recent period,
male 600 scratch series perform-
ers included Ken Tagawa-611.
Harlan Smith-617, ShigMorishige-
622, George Fukui-629, Todd
Okita-612 and Norman Goto-605.
Conservation's Place In Farm
Management was the topic of
principal speaker, Seiji Horiuchi,
at the luncheon meeting of Colo.
Assn, of Soil Conservation Satur-
day at Brown Palace Hotel.
Horiuchi, Brighton agricultural
consultant, is also president ofthe
Plains Conservation Center, Inc.,
an agricultural study center.
Adams county delegates to the
meeting included Harry Fukaye.
NCNBL BASKETBALL season
gets underway FridaynightatMan-
ual High gym. Here is photo of
Fuji-En American Potato fray
last season. From left: Eugene
Tochihara, Ike Kawamura, Yosh
Nago, an unidentified American
Potato player, Felix Iwata in
checkered shorts and Yosh Nago.
Photo by Tom Masamori.
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