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Wedaesday, February 5# 1964 Ho* 96
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
It May Depend On When You Were Young
Sansei Busseis participating in
varied events at Buddhist Church
with its ample facilities won't be-
lieve it, but at their cramped old
church quarters on Market St,,
issei and nisei oldtimers say they
used to enjoy varied, lively events
when they were Busseis back in
the 1920's. Many of them will par-
ticipate in the 25ih anniversary
memorial service Feb. 29 for the
kindly priest, very first to serve
the church the Rev. Tessho Ono.
He came from Japan on April
8, 1916 and began to serve his flock
here. The church was then located
at 1917 Market St. There, and la-
ter at 1942 Market St., many of
the youngsters were predominant-
ly issei bachelors. There, the
energetic priest arranged to board
students, formed baseball teams,
organized mountain hikes, launch-
ed classes for judo and kendo.
The priest and his family return-
ed to Japan in 1929. Ono died in
1939 while serving a church in
Fro* Overseas
Boulder Students from Japan
enrolled at CU are the following:*
Noboru Kito from Yokohama, Akira
Terada and Hiroyuki Wada from
Osaka, chemistry; Hiroshi Shimizu
from Kobe, commerce; Toshiko
Tan'ge from Tokyo and Takashi
Yabuso from Okinawa, econom-
ics; Harumasa Ito, A. Sawada and
Noboru Takeda from Tokyo, and
Michiya Kondo from Osaka, phy-
sics.
SHIMAMCTO PRESIDENT
Sedgwick Members of the YBA
elected Jim Shimamoto as presi-
dent at a recent meeting. His cab-
inet officers are: vice pres*, Tsu-
gio Yoshimoto; treas., Akira Ot-
suka; record, sec., Rose Inouye;
corresp. sec., K. Kobayashi.
KEIZO AMEMIYA, 79
Manitou Springs Keizo Ame-
miya, 79, proprietor of a curio
store for many years, died Sun-
day. Funeral services were held
Tuesday at the Blount Mortuary.
'JOE HORIUCHI, 49
Jo.. Horiuchi, 49, died Monday
at Rose Memorial Hospital after
a long illness. Funeral services
will be held Thursday at the Budd-
hist Church and interment will be
at the Fairmount cemetery. He is
survived by his brother, Ben, and
sisters, Mmes. Yuriko Matoba of
Denver and Masako Murakami of
Los Angeles.
The funeral will be at
Capitol Mortuary, 1331
Sherman, and not at the
Buddhist Church*
Formosa. A guest of honor at the
forthcoming service will be his
son, the Rev. Akinobu Ono of Og-
den, Utah.
Troubled Nations
Brighton Luncheon guest
speaker of the Rotarians last week
was Bill Hosokawa, Denver Post
associate editor, who discussed
current U.S. relations with coun-
tries in Asia. The editor reviewed
complex American relations with
Japan and the troubled countries
.of southeast Asia.
Persons And Places
Hokkajin Kai party and general
meeting Sun., Feb. 9, 4 p.m., at
Akebono restaurant, Pres.Moroku
Suehiro announced, will honor
members Mrs. Yuri Noda and
Harry Matoba for their civic work.
Masujiro Nakayama of Oklahoma
City visited with the Tamaki Uye-
das. David Osuga, biochemist at
DC in Davis, Calif., visited with his
parents, die Keizo Osugas. Con-
valescents at hospitals: Mrs. Teizo
Hatasaka at St. Luke's, Mrs. So-
me Kosuge at Porter. Returned
from Japan on recent airline
flights: Sakuji Sato of Henderson,
Mrs. Hajime Fujii of Denver. De-
ceased: Mrs. Usaburo Kubo in
Mitchell, Nebr. Mrs. George Tani-
gawa of Pittsfield, Mass., the for-
mer Kaye Hosaka, was on the pri-
mary dept, teaching staff at Den-
ver's St. John's Episcopal Cathed-
ral. Jamie Shimizu is a member Of
the Ranum High cheering team in
Westminster. May Yasuda of Den-
ver, Pan American Airways ste-
wardess of N.Y.-London-Istam-
bul-Bangkok flight, is among those
whose photo appears on the cover
of February issue of Esquire
magazine.
FOR AGED, INFIRM
The Protestant Episcopal dio-
cese, of Colorado is campaigning
to raise $500,000 to build the
Spalding House in Denver, a fa-
cility for the aged and infirm.
Initiating the campaign last week
were lay leaders and pastors, in-
cluding the Rev. Rusell Nakata,
canon at St. John's Episcopal Cath-
edral.
CORRECTION
The former Miss Kaye Hosaka
and George Tanigawa were mar-
ried Saturday at St. John's Epis-
copal Cathedral. The Rev. Ear-
nest Richards, assisted by the
Rev. Russell Nakata, officiated.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the couple will reside in Pitts-
field, Mass. The Jiho originally
reported this wedding scheduled
at Buddhist Church.
Weddings Scheduled
TSUCHIMOTO-YOSHIDA
Miss Elaine Tsuchimoto has
named Sunday, Feb. 9 as the date
for her marriage to Byron Yoshida
in ceremony to be held at the Budd-
hist Church. Their parents are
the Yoshito Tsuchimotos of 4750
Claude Ct. and the George Hidei-
chi Yoshidas of 3339 Columbine St.
Members of the bridal party are:
maid of honor, Janet Yanaga;
bridesmaids, AliceMuroya, Naomi
Tsuchimoto; flower girl, Gayle,
daughter of the Frank Sugiharas;
ring bearer, Garret, son of the
George Shibatas; soloist, Kazuye
Tsuchimoto; best man, Bobby
Hoshijima; groomsmen, Steve Ya-
suzawa and Grant Yoshida; ushers,
Don Tsuchimoto and Harvey Naka-
yama. Baishakunlns aretheMitsuo
Fukuharas and the Sam Bajios.
Harry Tsuchimoto will serve as
master of ceremonies at reception
at Sakura-En Restaurant.
A MAJOR SOCIAL EVENT of
Brighton JAA was the recent inau-
gural dinner-dance at Rocky Mtn.
Arsenal Officers' Club. Pres.
Harry Fukaye's cabinet officers
installed there included, from left,
Mike Tashiro, Tom Nakata, Dr.
John Chikuma, Fukaye, Henry
Morimitsu, Jim Tochihara, Oscar
Murata, Mas Sakaguchi, Roy Ma-
yeda and Nob Ito. Others include
Mrs. True Yasui at left, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Dorr and Dr. William
Wells. Program participants in-
cluded Don Tanabe, toastmaster;
and State Rep. Seiji Horiuchi, prin-
cipal speaker* Min Yasui received
JAA Outstanding Service Award.
Photo by Tom Masamori.
GROUP WILL LAUNCH
RESTAURANT BUSINESS
Westminster A dining estab-
lishment, the Western Drive Inn
Restaurant, Inc., has been or-
ganized by a group of business
men, it was announced. Officials of
the organization include Jack
Rothenberg of Aurora and Sam H.
Nakazono, accountant, of 7101 Alan
Dr.
MASAMI NONAKA-YASUKO OKI
Miss Yasuko Oki from Kuma-
moto will become the bride of
Masami Nonaka at ceremony to be
performed Sunday, Feb. 9, atSimp-
son Methodist Church. The bride
will be given away by her broth-
er-in-law, Lawrence Fuller of
Denver. The grooms parents are
the Teizo Nonakas.
Members of the bridal party are;
matron of honor, Mrs. Ruth
French; organist, Mrs. Fred Ka-
wano; soloist,Mrs. LloydShinsato;
best man, Ted Nonaka from Los
Angeles; ushers, Sam Inai, Char-
ley Yamaguchi, Hideo Osuga, Jack
Kuge. Wedding guests include die
groom's sister, Mrs. Walter Mat-
sui from L.A.; and his aunts,
Mmes. Tamiko Murayama and
Kanjiro Ikeda and Mr. Ikeda from
Seattle. Sam Inai will preside at
wedding reception at the church.
Coming Events
Fri., Feb. 7, from 6:30 p.m.
at Manual High gym, Playboys vs.
Bussei No. 1; Bussei No. 2 vs.
Simpson Church; Fuji-En vs. Sa-
kura-En.
Sun., Feb. 9, novice tourney at
Denver Judo School.
Sun., Feb. 9, Hokkajin Kai pro-
gram,
Sat.-Sun Feb. 15-16, 2nd annual
B'Nai Brith Bowling Tourney at
Celebrity Lanes; co-ch.. Shun Na-
kayama and Gene Ikeya.
Sun., Feb. 16, Simpson Church
Methodist Men's banquet atGolden
Steer restaurant.
Sun., Feb. 16, 2-7 p.m., Ft. Lup-
ton JACL chow mein dinner at
Buddhist Church.
Sat., Feb. 29, duplicate bridge
tourney at Simpson Methodist
Church.
Sat., Feb. 29, 8 p.m., at Budd-
hist Church, 25th anniversary me-
morial service for the first priest
who served Tri-State Buddhist
Church, the Rev. Tessho Ono.
Sun., Mar. 15, 11:30 a.m. to 6
p.m., Brighton JAA chow mein
dinner at Brighton 4-H bldg.
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.
1(^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.
CHOW MEIN DINNER
Ft. Lupton The JACL chow
mein dinner will be served 2-7
p.m. on Sun., Feb. 16 at the Budd-
hist Church. The charges will be
$1.50 for adults and $1.00 for chil-
dren.
Winners' Circle
Eaton The Sameshima broth-
ers Bill and Yukio entered the
select winners circle of top sugar
beet producers, it was announced
last week. This is the first year
the Sameshimas have stepped into
this elite production group.
The brothers, who also have en-
gaged in cattle feeding, produced
1,411,955 lbs. of sugar from 4,568
tons. They averaged 26.29 tons to
die acre and achieved sugar con-
tent of 15.5%, the crop report
disclosed.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Fort Lupton Committee mem-
bers for the year at the Buddhist
Church are: Albert Watada, Tom
Sasaki, KunisaburoNakamoto,Sam
Hisamoto, Hajime Koshio, George
Masunaga, Lee Murata, Bill Hisa-
moto, Harley Matsushima, Hiro-
shi Kawada and Frank Eya.
BAZAAR DATE SET
Sam Matsumoto, Simpson
Church's official board chairman,
announced its annual bazaar will
be on Sat., May 9 at Grange Hall.
FELLOW RECIPE TASTERS
Aurora Members of the
Adams-Arapahoe Women's Club
were given a treat recently a
generous taste of chicken teri-
yaki prepared for them by the club
member, Mrs. William Nakaoka.
The recipe tasting party was held
at Western Federal Savings bldg.
Petition To Be Heard
Commerce City A petition to
include acreage property in the
South Adams County Water and
Sanitation District will be heard
by its board members Feb. 12,
it was announced byJ.RonaldPer-
shing, board secretary. He said the
petitioners are Yutaka and Shigeo
Hiratsuka.
Pershing explained that the
Hiratsukas own some 15 acres, but
that their request to purchase
services from the water district
applies only to 4.9 acres of that
property.
AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE
BEGINS ON FEBRUARY 5
Chairman
Harold Larson of the Brighton
Agricultural Institute conferred
last week with his eight predeces-
sors, including Bob Sakata, to
discuss details of its annual four-
day program which begins Feb. 5.
Others attending the session in-
cluded Roy Mayeda and Seiji Hor-
iuchi. Brighton JAA is a sponsor
of this institute.
DONATION RECEIVED
A donation of $100 was receiv-
ed by the Denver Judo School from
Roy Y. Tani of Commerce City, it
was announced by George Kura-
moto, secretary-treasurer of the
school.
Citations Issued
Brighton r. Mike Tashiro and
Mr. and Mrs. XI Lemke, for their
support to the organization's func-
tions, were among those cited by
the Brighton Chamber of Com-
merce last weekatthedistinguish-
ed service awards banquet.
Once A Homesteader In North Dakota
Eighty-eight-year-old BenKita-
gawa, spry and hearty, is probably
the only issei in town who once
homesteaded a spread in North
Dakota.
Surely livelier than many niseis
half his age, Kitagawa's current
occupations and pre-occupations
include mowing the lawn and tend-
ing his garden in summer, varied
with occasional babysitting for his
doting grandchildren. He varies
this routine by attending the woe-
fully infrequent local wrestling
matches. The issei also rotates
visits in winter with his children
and grandchildren in Nebraska and
San Luis Valley.
Ben's own children were born
in Minot, N.D., where even today,
a handful of hardy isseis and their
families reside. His eldest child
is now Sister Mary Bernadetta,
English and history teacher at the
Catholic High School in Dubuque,
Iowa, The next child, Roy, was
killed in action during World War
II. His other daughters are
married. Jennie is now Mrs. Ed-
win Tomoi in Mitchell, Nebr., and
May is Mrs. Tom Mizokami in
Blanca. Ben himself resides with
his youngest son, Dr, Holly Kita-
gawa, at 3455 Columbine St.
(To be continued).
CHILDREN and grandchildren of
Ben Kitagawa helped him to cele-
brate his 88th birthday dinner at
Fuji-En restaurant. Surrounding
him are his grandchildren, Ron-
ald, student at CSU in Ft. Col-
lins, son of Mrs. May Mizokami
of Blanca; Jill in grandpa's arms,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs, Holly
Kitagawa of Denver; and standing
behind them, Kenji Kitagawa;
Michael Mizokami and Lisa Kita-
gawa.
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Wednesday, Pebruary 5, 1964
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IT'S MINE! Dave Taketa of Sa-
kura-En team has ball at the mo-
ment in a recent NCNBL game*
Others, from left: John Hasegawa,
Ron Fox, Ted Matsuo behind Ta-
keta, Ed Kawano, Capt. Ken Ta-
gawa of Sakura-En team, and Mark
Hagiya, Kens teammates are Ma-
tsuo and Taketa. Others are Simp-
son team members. Photo by Tom
Masamori.
BOWLING SCORES from last
weeks Celebrity Nisei: Top teams,
Gart Bros.-42-14, John's Mkt*-40-
26; high scorers, Jim Hanamura-
206-713, EdShimoda-669,JimFu-
kuhara-667, Bob Mayeda-260,Mas
Yoshimura-259.
NISEI CLASSICS scores from
last week. Top team, Elite Flor-
ist-37-17, Lotus Rm.-36-l8, Guar.
Bank-33-21. Yosh Akiyama-247-
633, Yosh Furuiye-246, George
Tsukamoto-228, Mas Nonaka-592,
Mel Shimono-604.
SIMPSON CHURCH. Liz Kita-
shima is to receive WIBC patch
award for rolling a "Dutch 200"
game last week. Other results:
Don Terasaki-711, Nancy Fuku-
hara-250-639, Jim Omura-257.
PUEBLO SCRATCH
Pueblo Ken Shigetas top game
score of 246 was turned in for his
team, the Scratch Trio.
FT. LUPTON BOWLING scores
from last week:. Jean Okubo-178,
Bill Hisamoto-178-463, Katie Ko-
shi-424, Amy Urano-165*427.
TOP 10 AVERAGE
Boulder Ed Nozawa scored
1935 in class A all-events at the
Olympic bowling lanes last week.
In another series, GeorgeShioya's
top scores were 655-187.
TOP SCORER. Dale Aigaki of
Thornton High's basketball team
scored 20 pts. againstSheridan last
week. Thomton-75, Sheridan-45.
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No. 1-26. Leading scorers as of
Feb. 1: Ken Namba of Sakura-
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FASHION SHOW MODEL : p .;
Sharon Kanai was one of the
models last week at the Sigma
Theta Pi benefit fashion show at
Hilton Hotel for the American
Medical Center, a cancer research
institution. Sharon, senior at
Washington High, is daughter of the
Robert Kanais.
SCHOOL CF MISSIONS......
A school of Missions is being
held on the four Sunday evenings
of February at Grace Methodist
Church, 4905 E. Yale Ave. Par-
ticipating pastors include the Rev.
Paul Hagiya of die Simps on Church.
A 25th Anniversary Memorial Service
HONORING THE LATE REV. TESSHD 0R0
At 8 p.m. on Sunday, February 29 at the Tri-State Buddhist
Church. Service sponsored by friends and former students of
the first priest who served the church.
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yama from Ault won women's
doubles fray. Photos by Edwin
Shimabukuro.
SIGNED UP
/ Fort Morgan-Youngsters in this
area are signing up for the Young
America basketball league, among
them, Stanley Matsunaka.
HOMECRAFT-HOBBY
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a hostess at Homecraft Hobby
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V
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was reassigned to Amarillo AFB,
Tex,, for training as equipment
repairman, from Lackland AFB,
Tex.
Enterprising Fellow
Enterprising citizen: Sukesa-
buro Tsukamoto, 82, a naturalized
issei of L.A. makes a couple of
trips yearly to Japan. Object: Drum
up trips to the TJ.S. among eager
youngsters over there who want
schooling over here. He offered to
be their sponsor for fees. Re-
sult: Disillustioned would-be stu-
dents, each of whom had, paid him
100,000 to 400,000 yen. Tokyo
police asked FBI to look in on him,
reports said.
Where they live: Some 1,200
miles north of Denver is the snow-
bound town of Murray, Canada,
where a cook, Frank Morimoto
hopped on a freight train to look
for work down in Calgary. But in-
stead, the train put him in Winni-
peg, 800 miles east of Calgary.
So Frank boarded a westbound
freight train. But it took him, near-
ly frozen stiff, to Edmonton. There,
his frozen legs were amputated
last week.
WRESTLING EVENTS. Richard
Taziri 145 lbs. of College High
wrestling team at Greeley pinned
his opponent in 3:09 against Roose-
velt High. Grand Junction Highs
Ken Mizushima-154 lbs. lost his
match 5-4 in an inter-high school
game last week. Easts Phillip
Karakawa, in his first varsity en-
counter, against foe from Washing-
ton, lost his match 7-0. Manual's -
Don Tsuchimoto 103 lbs. was de-
cisioned by opponent from Lincoln.
CSC OF GREELEY lost to Okla.
State at Stillwater last week, 31-9.
Victors' Tadaaki Hatta-115 lbs.
and Yoshiro Uetake-130 lbs. won
their matches.
TOM YOKOOJI-95 lbs. and Bill
Watada-103 lbs. of Ft. Lupton
High won their mat matches last
week against foes from Central.
ON MARSHALL ST.
. Edgewater George M. Kaneko f
purchased a property from Robert
Carson at 2001 Marshall St., it
was reported.
SWIMMING EVENTS. Harvey
Nakagawa of Adams City High, 2nd
in 200 yd. freestyle in match with
Cherry Creek High; and his team
mate, Lee Kondo, on the winning
200 yd. freestyle relay team, time:
2:52.5. East High's Mark Hagiya,
on winning 200 yd. medley relay
team, time: 2:01.4,
BIRTHS REPORTED
For the Tom Koshios of Forts
Lupton, a girl. ..
Also, a girl for each of these
families: the Thomas Hamais of
Welby and the Herbert Inouyes of
3080 S. Yates St. in Denver.
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