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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 101

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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 101
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An Announceaent
The Japanese Association of Colorado's welfare department serves
the friendless, the kin-less and the indigent isseis. The depart-
ment, for example, took care of more than 50 funeral services
during the past seven years for these unfortunate isseis among us*
Now the depleted fund of this department must be replenished.
We trust that, out of your regard for these unfortunate, aged persons
among us, and our effort in their behalf, you will wish to donate
to this work. Contributions may be sent to Mr. Masakuni Iguchi.
Donations also may be brought to the movie show sponsored by the
Association on Sunday, Mar. 15, 7 p.m., at the Buddhist Church.
Seishiro Nakamura, Chairman, Welfare Department,
Japanese Association of Colorado
Fatal Crash Studied ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Las Animas State Highway --;-
Patrolmen were investigating last
week the auto crash which caused
the death of one driver and ser-
Wednesday, Mar oh 4, 1964
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ERECTION OF NEW BUTSUDAN at Tri-State Buddhist Church
required many willing volunteers. Sam Suekama, top left, was in
charge. Few of the many helpers seen are, from left: Harry Yanari,
the Revs. Noboru Tsunoda and Yoshitaka Tamai, Seishiro Nakamura,
Takeshi Nakata, Denjiro Hiraiwa and Kazuo Kimura.
Directors Elected
Terrie Takamine, Mrs. Noboru
Tsunoda and Mrs. Elizabeth H.
Rose were among those elected as
directors of the People-To-People
Corp, of Denver, established to co-
ordinate the activities of the city's
two sister cities committees. They
are the Denver-Takayama Sister
City and the Denver-Brest,
France, Sister Cities Committees.
Mrs. A. T. Haley, chairman of the
Denver-Takayama Sister City
Committee was among those ap-
pointed to augment the elected
board of the corporation.
THE DICK YAMAMOTOS' son,
Ron, received the coveted Biology
Plaque and $10 award at Regis
College's Spring Convocation to-
day. The senior premedical stu-
dent was a recipient of this cita-
tion established by the graduating
class of 1929 at Regis.
INDIVIDUAL MASTERS' Cham-
pionship was won lastweek by Mil-
ton Ozaki of Littleton at the Cen-
tral States Regional Tourney in
Chicago, it was reported.
Frank Ozaki of Chicago, 86-
year-old father of Milton, accom-
panied him on his return to Little-
ton. The elder Ozaki, who used to
operate a restaurantinWindyCity,
is a gin rummy player.
Steady, Ladyl
Greeley A sansei CSC student,
Paul Abe from San Antonio, Texas,
played in a rare bridge session
one night last week, a situation
which could happen but once in 635
billion hands, experts say.
Paul joined in an after-supper
game at his dormitory, Troxel
Hall, with a couple of other stu-
dents and the house mother, Mrs.
Bernadine Graham. In one round,
she was dealt not 11, not 12,
but 13 spades. Steadying hertingly
nerves, she bid seven spades.
ious injuries to the other driver.
Robert Byers, injured driver of
one. of the vehicles, died at Bent
County Memorial Hospital. Mrs.
Sylvia Mayeda of La Junta, dri-
ver of the second auto, was re-
cuperating at the La Junta Hospital,
suffering from a broken right leg
and facial lacerations, according
to the patrol. They said this was
a head-on crash which occurred
seven miles west of town on High-
way 50. Mrs. Mayeda is the Bent
County public health nurse.
HANA MATSURI SCHEDULED
Four hana matsuri festivals are
scheduled between Mar. 14 and
29, it was announced at Tri-State
Buddhist Church: Mar. I4atGree-
ley, Mar. 22 in Brighton, Mar. 29
at Ft. Lupton and at La Jara.
CROWNED AS KING Norman
Yago, senior at Greeley's Valley
High, was crowned King of the 1964
Future Home Makers of America
at a dance. Its theme was Twi-
light In Washington Square.'' Coro-
nation attendants included Kenji
Kawakami. King Norman's par-
ents are the George Yagos of La
Salle.
Nutritionist Speaker
Pueblo The annual Puebio
Livestock Institute was held here
Feb. 29. Specialists in the various
phases of this industry addressed
members of the organization.
Speakers includedDr. JohnK.Mat-
sushima, professor of animal nu-
trition at CSU in Ft. Collins.
B.J.A.A. SHRIMP
CHOW MEIN DINNER
The Brighton Japanese-Ameri-
can Assn, is sponsoring their
annual Shrimp and ChowMeinDin-
ner on Sunday, March 15th at the
Adams County 4-H building in
Brighton.
..This is an eat-it-here or take-.
it-home affair and the entire family
can be fed Sunday dinner at a very
low cost. Proceeds of the eventare
earmarked for the club's wonderful
work in youth and civic activities.
As an added attraction, to the
delicious dinner, many wonderful
cultural products of oriental
craftsmanship will be on display
and for sale in the building.
The dinner will be served from
11:30 am. 'til 6:30 pm. and do-
nations are $1.75 per adults and
$1.00 for a child. Tickets may be
purchased from any member or at
the door.
Coning Events
Fri., Mar. 6, from 6:50 p.m.,
Bussei No. 2 vs. Playboys, Sa-
kura-En vs. Bussei No. 1, Simp-
son vs. George's Conoco.
. Sat.-Sun* Mar. 7-8, Denver Judo
School's invitational tourney.
Sun., Mar, 8, 2 p.m., Buddhist
Parents Teachers Council's annual
conference at theBuddhistChurch.
Sun., Mar. 15, 11:30 a.m. to 6
p.m., Brighton JAA chow mein
dinner at Brighton 4-H bldg.
Sun., Mar. 15, 7 p.m., orei
movie sponsored by Colo. Japan-
ese Assn, at Buddhist Church.
Sun., Mar. 22, Denver Judo
School's benefit food bazaar: chow
mein, teriyaki.
Sun., April 12, Rocky Mtn. AAU
open championshipsatDenverJudo
School.
Sat.-Sun.f April 25-26, annual
ICS Conference, location to be de-
termined.
Sat., May 9, Simpson Methodist
Church Bazaar at Grange Hall.
INTERESTS IN THE KIGM radio
station in Golden, and a firm known
as the Twenty-One Investment
Corp,, were acquired by Dr. How-
ard Suenaga, it was reported.
A LIONS INTERNATIONAL
counselor, Ludwig Rettig of Den-
ver was the speaker at dinner
held by members of Ft. Lupton
Lions Club last week. Chairman
Lee Murata and George Whiteman
prepared the program.
A SESSION FOR gardeners,
sponsored by the StateAgriculture
Dept, was held last week at Malibu
motel. Chairman of the session on
ornamental presticide applicators
was Jim Omura.
ROBERT SCAVO AT Denargo
Market, Hiroshi Okumura and J.
M Bruno, it was reported, have
formed a new produce establish-
ment, the Quality Vegetable Co.
LEG INJURIES WERE suffered
during a recent ski outing by Carl
Amano and Dr. Dick Momii.
1,085 Plates Served
Ft. Lupton Chow mein and
shrimp dinner was served to 1,
085 persons Feb, 16 at the annual
benefit affair sponsored by Ft.
Lupton JACL, according to Gen.
Chairman Floyd Koshio. Scores of
members assisted in the various
services, from tickets and ad-
vertising, to tea and table ser-
vices.
Committee chairmen and groups
included: Harley Inouye, Tick Mat-
sushima, Shigeo Hayashi, Sam
Okamoto, Jack Tsuhara, Frank
Yamaguchi, George Nishimoto,
Sam Funakoshi, Norman Naka-
moto, Joe Sasaki, Sam Hisamoto,
Pee Wee Ball Club members, A1
Watada, Frank Eya;
Tsugi Murata, May Yokooji, Ida
Sasaki, Yoshiko Okamoto, Shigeko
Yamaguchi, Martha Inouye, Shi-
geko Niskbnoto, John Klyota and
Tom Sugihara.
Building Opened
Boulder Newly constructed
Boulder Medical Arts buildingwas
opened March 1. President of the
building corporation is Dr. Wil-
liam Takahashi, pediatrician. The
structure is located on Alpine St.,
across Boulder Community Hos-
pital. Its staff, x-ray and labora-
tory facilities are to be completed
by April 1, Dr. Takahashi an-
nounced.
lockets, Bracelets
Joe Joryo, proprietor of Joe's
Jewelry Co. at.1203 I9thSt, do-
nated silver lockets and bracelets
presented to the Easter Seal chil-
dren of the past 14 years. They
were assembled and invited as
honor guests Tuesday at the 1964
Easter Seal Campaign kickoff
luncheon at the Hilton Hotel. Host
for the affair was the Denver So-
ciety for Crippled Children and
adults.
Bazaar Helpers
Committee members of the Den-
ver Judo School's benefit food
bazaar Sun., Mar. 22, are: co-
chairmen, Mmes. Sumi Enomoto,
Eva Nakaoki, Kaz Fushimi and
Jean Takamatsu. Others in charge
of various functions are:
Jean Kinoshita, Frank Nakaoki,
Janer Endo, George and Alice Ku-
ramoto, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell,
Lily Ariki, Mrs. Campbell, Aya
Fukuhara, Fred Oklmoto, Martha
Fushimi, Yo Fushimi, Mr. Cvi-
tanovich, Ed Herbert, Jack Oliver,
George Pierce and Dr. Misao Ma-
toba.
A RANCH AND FARM enterprise
known as the Kobayashi Brothers,
Inc., was organized injulesburg,
it was learned. The firm's as-
sociates are the brothers, Charles,
Ted and Sam.
ONE OF THE DIRECTORS of
the Royal Chemical Co. in Denver
is Toshio Ota, It was reported.
THE DAUGHTER OF THE Roy
Horiis of Keensburg, Diana, was^
chosen as the DAR Good citizen
at Weld Central High. A graduat-
ing senior, she is a member of
the National Honor Society and
many other student organizations.
She was the only member of her
junior class last year who receiv-
ed the designation, Student of the
Month,"
Engineers Visitors
La Junta Four Japanese engin-
eers visited the La Junta LightCo.
plant to observe the performance of
its new Cooper-Bessemer engines.
The visitors were Eichi Koyama
and Gizo Fuchi of Mitsubishi
Chemical Co., Shigeo Kawakami of
Kobe Steel Co. andKoichiKita-
batake of C. Itoh Co.
Mitsubishi recently purchased
18 of these engines for its own use.
On Stalking Elk In Unconpahgre Forest
Whether it's hunting wily Canad-
ian geese in Two Buttes area down
in Springfield, or stalking the lord-
ly elk along the Little Cimarron
Creek below Montrose, George
Uyeno of Denver is a knowledge-
able sportsman. These skills re-
late also to his marksmanship as
trapshooter.
He added some half dozen tro-
phies to his collection at various
trapshooting competitions last
year, having tied for the State
Handicap Championships In the 18-
21 yd. event, and in various class-
events. Dr. Isamu Gzamoto* he
remarked previously won a Class-
A State Championship, and Frank
Fujita has also been successful in
these competitions. Uyeno's own
averages last year included .9213
in the 16 yds.-800 target, .8356
in 900 handicaps and .8300 in the
100 doubles all verified by the
Amateur Trap Shooting Assn,
headquarters in Vandalia, Ohio.
Georges gun skills and fond-
ness for hunting fuse and glow,
however, on a matchless autumn
day, in pursuit o! an elusive elk
in the Uncompahgre National For-
est below Montrose. He usually
passes up the deer to go after the
elk, a more challenging game. And
he's never come out of that forest
without one.
The experienced hunter abides
by his own technique. Others may
prowl about. George prefers to
hunt year after year in this same
forest, along the same stream.
He's apt to station himself wtfere,
by past experience, elk is most
likely to stalk by, within his gun-
sight. Saves physical wear and
tear.
This is still a primitive area. As
the nisei hunter treads softly down
(Continued on Page 3)
TOP MARKSMAN George
Uyeno of 890 S. Corona St. owns
a brace of plaques and trophies
attesting to his marksmanship, is
member of Denver MunicipalTrap
Club ( photo at bottom). In other
photo, he displays six-point bull
elk shot with a' 300-Weatherby
Magnum in Uncompahgre National
Forest near Montrose, a four-
year-old animal weighing 700
pounds.
ONLY A FEW DENVERITES were in L.A. recently to witness the
tourney, but the few included sumo aficionado and master of Fuji-
En establishment, Sus Matsumoto. Barred from approaching wrestlers
by gaggles of autograph hounds, Sus didn't meet handsome retired
Takasago, at left, whom he knew back in Ehi'me, Japan. Others are,
little Kerry Asao, Takasagos wife, Taiho, Kashiwado and Tochi-
noumi. Japan Airlines Photo.
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Wednesday* Maroh 4, 1964
Judo Tournament
Maj. Philip Porter, yodan, Na-
tional AAU Judo Committee Chair-
man, will address contestants at
opening ceremony of the invitation-
11 tourney Sat., Mar. 7, 1 p.m.
1 rogram at Denver Judo School
ends on Sunday.
. Program participants Sat. in-
cludes, m.c., Min Yasui; invoca-
tions by the Revs. NoboruTsunoda
of the Buddhist Church and Paul
Hagiya of Simpson Methodist
Church. Dr. Sueo Ito, president of
the Denver Judo School board, will
extend greetings on Sunday, and
Tom Masamori will sing the na-
tional anthem. Tooru Takamatsu,
rokudan, will introduce special
guests.
FINALE GAME OF THE basket-
ball season at Brighton High last
week with a 68-58 victory over
Thornton. It's top scoring guard,
Dale Aigaki impressed the victors
by out-pointing players in both
teams. Aigaki accounted for 27
points, 15 of them from the charity
line.
NCNBL BASKETBALL scores -
Top team, Sakura-En-56 vs.
Georges Conoco-28, Fuji-En-61
vs. Bussei No. 2-20, Simpson-34
vs. Playboys-28. Top scorers last
Friday: Fuji-Ens F. Ito-14, R.
Lee-12, D. Kanda-10; Bussei No.
2s D. Nakayama-10; Sakura-En's
K. Namba-26, T. Matsuo-13;
Georges Conocos E. Tochihara-
15.
SANSEI WINNERS IN the recent
AAU brown belt tourney at Denver
Judo School included: 135 lbs. -
1-Shuny Sugiura, 2-Mark Yama-
saki, 3-Ken Takahashi of CU; 150-
lbs.-Dickie Okimoto, 2-Perry
Yamashita.
FT. LUPTON FARM Bureau's 1
business meeting last week was
addressed by its officials who in-
cluded the directors, Harley Inouye
and Sam Funakoshi.
SPECIAL BRIGHTON Jaycee
support recognitions -were pre-
sented last week to Mrs.AlLemke
and Mike Tashiro, owner of the
Terrace Inn restaurant.
AWARDS DINNER The Rev.
Glen Barber of Brighton Metho-
dist Church presented awards to
parents who served Cub Pack 315.
Awardees includes Mrs. Sumiji
Horii.
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AT ADAMS COUNTY JUNIOR
High wrestling tourney Feb. 22,
Walt Chikuma-145 lbs. of North
Jr. High placed third.
BOWLING SCORES FROM Ft.
Lupton: GeorgeUyemura-495-185,
Frank Urano-490, Dave Nishi-
moto-509, Jr. Leagues Steve Hi-
samoto-178.
KEN YABE AND HIS partner, and
Sue Akiyama and her partner, pick-
ed off Nos. 1 and 2 positions in
Bridge Center matches last week.
Robinson, Sankyu
Brighton Principal of Brighton
High, Robert Robinson recently
received promotion to brown belt
sankyu from Instructors Wes Ko-
yano and'Bill Chikuma of theJAA-
sponored judo classes. They are
held at the high school gym for
some 30 students.
Don Tanabe has been chairman
of the JAA judo board since 1961.
The classes were begun in 1959.
Koyano is a shodan and Chikuma
is a nidan.
TIED FOR TOP SPOT Two
teams seized top spot in Cele-
brity Niseis Bowling League ser-
ies in recent week at 45-30. Top
photo, John's Market: John Oki-
zaki, John Noguchi, George Otsuki,
AT BRIGHTON HIGH Students
were preparing to name Student
Council officers for 1964-65. Can-
didates included Carole Okubo for
head girl, and Karen Tazawa for
treasurer.
Yosh Furuiye and Tom Hikida;
and Bill Gart's; Dave Furukawa,
George Nagai, Beaver Asano, Tak
Yamasaki and Ken Namba. Photos
by Kiyo Yokooji.
"FANTASY *64 was presented
by the students last week atWash--
ington High School. Participants
included Masako Ito, a Japanese
exchange student, who performed
an odori.
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His Favorite Sport
(Continued from page 1)
the Little Cimarron, past the
frowning peaks of 11,400 ft* Storm
King mountain, the quiet little
lakes and streams, a wily fox may
peer at him from a safe distance*
An annoyed beaver may. patiently
thump his tail, waiting for him to
pass by. The little fur bearer's
friends also abound marten and
weasel, even mink and lynx, bob
cats and occasionally a suspicious
bear. Further below in the Rio
Grande National Forest, George
Katsumoto of Alamosa, awhile
back, shot down a bear*
Here in the Uncompahgre, once
powerful Ute Indians dwelt until
the I870*s. In the l830*s, beaver
trappers ranged through these for-
ests. In the 1770's, Spanish pad-
res, enroute from Santa Fe, New
Mex., to California, explored this
region. (Next week, duck hunting.)
Persons And Places
SHIRLEY KISHIYAMA will be
one of the models at the East High
PTA fashion shown entitled, Date
With An Angel," Mar. 12-14 in
the Denver Dry Goods Co. Tea
Room.
AT COLE JR. HIGH The Ach-
ievement Society members in-
clude: Karleen Goto, Janice Ka-
mada, sec.; Mark Kuroki, Ronald
Omoto, Bruce Suzuki, Nancy
Takata, Glenn Ueda, and Chris-
tine Yamakishi, vice pres,
"SOME ENCHANTED Evening,"
was the title of operetta present-
ed Feb. 23 at South High in Pue-
blo. Cast members included
Lorraine Nishikawa.
DOUG MAYEDA in Greeley re-
ported to police last week that glass
on his car, parked at 19th Ave.
on 9th St., were broken.
FOLK DANCING AND gymnas-
tics were formed at a special show
presented by Boulder's Casey Jr.
INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN
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9:30 a.m., Sunday School.
10:40 Sunday service.
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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.
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