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Two Sansei Cadets Await June Graduation
Scant jet air-miles today link
Poston, Ariz., where Cadet Ted
Saito was born, and the US* Air
Force Academy at Colorado
Springs. Information from the
Academy simply gave his birth
place as Poston. It is within pos-
sibility, however, that he was born
at the old Poston WRA camp. If
so* the transition from his birth-
place to cadetship is also a capsule
description of his sansei genera-
tion.
In June, Ted Saito and class-
mate Bill Takashi Sakahara will
march out with the graduating sen-
ior cadets. Ted's parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Frank Saito of San Lean-
dro, Calif.
Fresno, Calif.,-born Bill Saka-
hara is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Takeo Sakahara of Gilroy, Calif.
Both scholars have been on the
Superintendent's Merit List. Also,
Ted has been on the Dean's List
and Bill was on Commandant's
Merit List. Last autumn, Ted was
group commander with the rank of
cadet lieutenant colonel, and Bill
was the squadron administrative
officer with the rank of cadet cap-
tain.
Major Osato, Officer And A Scholar
Faculty roster at' the U.S. Air
Force Academy in Colorado
Springs includes Army Maj. Tim-
othy Osato and Capt. James H.
Tanaka, while the institution's stu-
dent roster includes two sanseis,
Cadet Lieutenants Theodore Saito. _
whose birthplace is the WRA camp
in Poston, Ariz., and WilliamSaka-
hara.
Major Osato, whose academic
rank is associate professor of poli-
tical science, packs double-bar-
reled military and academic re-
cords of distinction. He was an
infantry scout observer with the
442nd Regimental Combat Team
in Italy and France, served as an
artillery forward observer, liai-
son officer and division staff offi-
cer in charge of counter-battery
intelligence during Korean War.
The major came out of these
engagements with decorations in-
cluding theSilverStar, four Bronze
Stars, Army Commendation Medal,
Distinguished Unit Citation with
three clusters and eight combat
participation stars.
According to Commander Tom
Hikida of Cathay American Legion
Post, the official document of the
nisei regiment lists this soldier-
scholar *as PFC Osato, attached
to die cannon company.
In the period 1957-61, he was
successively commander of an ar-
mored field artillery battery, in
Germany; division, staff officer for
information and operation brief-
ings in the Fourth Armored Divi-
sion; assigned to headquarters of
U.S. Army in Europe and G-3,
the assistant liaison officer to
headquarters French Forces in
Germany, and nuclear weapons
advisor to the NATO Central Army
Group. He is an honorary briga-
dier in the French army. Mean-
while, Osato still found time to
graduate from the Artillery and
Guided Missile School in 1957,
and from the Army Command and
General Staff College in 1962.
He tops off theseaccomplishments
with qualifications as a parachu-
tist and a glider.
About here in the majors car-
eer, his academic performances
bear citing. In 1953-56 he was
assistant professor in the depart-
ment of social sciences at U.S.
Military Academy at West Point,
where he taught modem European
and far eastern history. During
this period he served on tempor-
ary duty with the State Depart-
ment as an observer with the Van
Fleet mission in Southeast Asia
in 1954.
The professor, who has studied
. at University of Florence in Italy,
received A.B., magna cum laude in
history from Yale in 1949, M.A.
from Columbia and a Master of
Public Administration from Har-
vard.
Assigment In Tokyo
Local devotees of gymnastics
may have seen wiry Capt. James H.
Tanaka, physical education in-
structor and coach of the U.S. Air
Force Academy's gymnastics team
in competition with area collegiate
teams. The cadet team's win-loss
record this season is eight for
three.
This May he winds up a four-
year teaching stint at the acad-
emy. After a month's attendance
at the Military Assistance Advi-
sory School at Arlington Towers,
Va., Captain Tanaka will report
for duty with the Military Assis-
tance Advisory Group assigned to
the Japanese Army at Tokyo.
The officer, a native of San Luis
Obispo, Calif., earned both a
bachelor's and a master's degree
in physical education at Florida
State University.
KATHY INOUYE WAS CROWN-
ED Homecoming Queen at Sedg-
wick-Ovid basketball game. The
queen, daughter oftheToshilnouy-
es of Sedgwick, was a winner in
Northern Colo. Dist. Qualifying
Speech Contest at Longmont in
February. She competed in State
speech competition Mar. 13 in
boulder.
A SCHOLAR AND A war veteran,
Maj. Timothy Osato is an asso-
ciate professor of political science
at U.S. Air Force Academy in
Colorado Springs. As chairman of
instruction, he supervises the work
of up to ten instructors.
In next photo, Cadet First Lieu-
tenants William T. Sakahara, left,
and Theodore T. Saito are check-
ing operation of ion and electron
small plasma accelerator in aero-
nautics laboratory at t{ie academy.
Wreath encircled star on his left
sleeve indicates he is currently on
the academy Superintendent's
Merit List for excellence in both
academic studies and military
training.
In third photo, Capt. James H.
Tanaka, instructor in physical edu-
cation department and gymnastics
team coach is preforming hand
stand on high bar in one of the
academy gymnasiums.
IN ALAMOSA Eugene Yoshida
was one of the top scorers in the
28th annual Time magazine current
affairs test.
Board Meeting Held
The Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai, pas-
tor emeritus of Tri-State Buddhist
Church flew to Tokyo Mar. 8
to attend a meeting of the board of
United Nations Insurance Co. of
Denver. Its new chairman is the
industrialist and financier, Hiro-
suke Ishikawa of Tokyo, who re-
cently invested a substantial a-
mount of money in the capital
structure of the Denver-based in-
surance company.
The Rev, Tamai expects to visit
the Buddhist headquarters and
temples in Kyoto before returning
to Denver about Mar. 28.
- GENERAL MEETING of the
Buddhist Churches of America was
held recently in San Francisco.
Members of the board of direc-
tors include theRev.NoboruTsun-
oda of the Tri-State Buddhist
Church in Denver andJamesKane-
moto of Longmont.
PHILHARMONIC Orchestra of
Japan with 83 players will per-
form next Nov. 13 in the Macky
auditorium at CU in Boulder. The
musicians, booked by the CU Ar-
tists Series, will be directed by
Akeo Watanabe. The violinist, To-
shiya Eto, will be the soloist,
CSC GRADUATES at commence-
ment exercises last week in Gree-
ley included the following recipi-
ents of B.A. degrees in education:
Amy Higashi, Linda Maruyama,
Alvin Tamaribuchi, Jean Naka-
mura, all of Hawaii.
Wednesday, Maroh 18, 1964
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No. 102
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
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INFORMATION PROVIDED
BY MAJOR WEBB
Information for stories here
about the instructors and cadets
at the U.S. Air Force Academy,
together with photographs, were
obtained and prepared by Major
Robert A. Webb, USAF, headquar-
ters information officer at the in-
stitution in Colorado Springs.
Fund Increases
In addition to about $1,200 al-
ready donated by many individuals,
the following persons' contribu-
tions to the welfare fund of the
Colo. Japanese Assn, were report-
ed last week-end.
Mrs. ToKiTakeuchi, $300; Frank
Torizawa, $250. Others: $50, To-
jiro Sasada and the Rev. Noboru
Tsunoda; $25, Mrs. Kana Furuya,
Dr. Genta Nakamura* Kenzo Oga-
sawara, Tsuneo Takeuchi; $20,
Kouemon Kato; $10, Denjiro Hi-
raiwa, Katsutaro Shibata, and Ri-
kizo Yamaguchi.
LONGMONT HIROMI Matsu-
shita of Centennial Jr. High in
Boulder won first place in the
astronomy-meteorology division
at the Science Fair.
Coring Events
Fri., Mar. 20, 6:50 p.m., CNBL
basketball games: Fuji-En vs.
George's Conoco, Simpson vs. Sa-
kura-En, Bussel No. 1 vs. Bus-
sei No. 2.
Sun., Mar. 22, Denver Judo
School's benefit food bazaar: chow
mein, teriyaki.
Sun., Mar. 22, Hqna Matsuri
at Brighton Buddhist Church.
Sun., Mar. 29, 7 a.m., Simpson
Methodist Men's Annual Easter
breakfast at church.
Sun., April 12, Rocky Mtn. AAU
open championships atDenverJudo
School.
SaL-Sun., April 25-26, annual
ICS Conference, location to be de-
termined.
Sat., May 9, Simpson Methodist
Church Bazaar at Grange Hall.
JOYCE OSHIRO of 1015Sherman
St. and James Faust of 1025 Sher-
man St. recently obtained a mar-
riage license.
Questionaire Mailed1
An answer, or at least clues to
the answer, of how best a church
may serve its members, is sought
by Hideo Hamamura, chairman,
and the.trustees ofSimpsonMetho-
dist Church.
Questionaires prepared by trus-
tees have been sent to some 350
homes of members, requesting
their answers to such qualitative
inquiries as "Is the present church
program meeting the basic reli-
gious and human needs of your
church members"? The inquiry
also poses such questions as,
should greater program emphasis
be placed on the. children, youth,
young adults or the niseis and
isseis.
The trustees, mindful of phy-
sical limitations of the present
church site atE. 34th Ave. and High
St,, inquire also as to whether res-
pondents would support efforts to
obtain a new site, and if so, at
what cost.
JET PLANE PURCHASED
San Francisco Japan Air Lines
has announced plans to purchase a
DC8F jet freighter scheduled for
delivery in March, 1965.
Trans-Pacific freighter service
will begin in April, 1965. Using the
most up-to-date palletized equip-
ment, the JAL jet freighter will be
capable of carrying 45 tons of
cargo. *J
The freighter is the twelfth DC8
which JAL has ordered. Its pur-
chase is subject to Japanese go-
vernment approval.
Easter Services
Simpson Methodist Churchs
Easter services are as follows:
Sim., Mar. 22, Palm Sunday; Fri.,
Mar. 27, 7; 30 p.m., Good Fri-
day service; Sat., Mar. 28, 10
a.m., egg coloring party; Sun.,
Mar. 29, Easter breakfast, 7-8;30
a.m.; services, 9:30 a.m. and 11
a.m.
KEN TAKENO of Tokyo, ex-
change student at Wheat Ridge
High, presented a program at a
PTA meeting last week. He was*,
joined by other exchange students
from Brazil, Chile and Italy.
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7 CHOW MEIN, TERIYAKI DINNER
T> / N / \ Sunday, March 22-11 a.m.-7 p.m. f DENVER SCHOOL OF JUDO, 2020 Arapahoe St.
Judo Tournament
Judoists of this area competed
in the Denver Judo School's in-
vitational tournament Mar. 7-8.
Winners of matches in various
weight divisions follow:
80 lbs. and under -1-Bob Bul-
lock, 2-James Hall, 3-Keith Ham-
mond; 100 lbs.-1-Harold Tani, 2-
RESULTS OF CNBL basketball
games of Mar. 13: Simpson-38
vs. Bussei No. 1-34, Fuji-En-43
vs. Playboys-29, George's Con-
oco-71 vs. Bussei No. 2-21. Top
scorer of the evening: Eugene
Tochihara of George's Conocowho
hooped 19 points. Win-loss stand-
ings: Sakura-En-7-0, Fuji-En-6-
1, Simpson-6-2, Playboys-4-4,
Bussei No. 1-2-6, George's Cono-
co-2-6, Bussei No. 2-0-8.
GUNNISON ROY Fujimoto was
a member of the CSC swimming
team from Greeley which captured
the Rocky Mtn. Conference title
last week in tourney here at West-
ern State College.
AT INVITATIONAL gymnastic
tourney on DU campus last week:
Rich Murahata of Boulders Fair-
view High was 9th in floor exer-
cises; medal winners included Eu-
gene Takamine of East High who
won 4th in free exercises: 7.3.
MANY YEARS AGO. Lt. CoL L.
W. Angleman of Corte Madera,
Calif., first taught Ken Yabe, now
Life Master, how to play dupli-
cate. They had a reunion lastweek
at Aurora Bridge Club.
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7/ednesday, March 18,
People And Places
Todays "Cant Recall, and
"The Boo-Boo dept.: A public-
ity release from* New York City
notes that a Mrs. Gwen Terasaki
will visit Japan in May. She is
the author of the book published
some seasons ago, "Bridge ToThe
Sun, which was made into a movie.
It described her marriage and life
with her late diplomat husband,
Hidenari Terasaki, a staff mem-
ber of the Japanese embassy in
Washington at the beginning of
World War 11. We recall that the
authors daughter subsequently
married a Wyoming lawyer, in
Casper, perhaps. And perhaps
Tosh Suyematsu, Cheyenne attoiv
ney, might correct us on this
recollection.
Then, theres our page-one photo
switch in last week's edition. When
the page dummy was taken from our
work-table, the photos and their
respective captions were correct-
ly paired, identifying George Uyeno
and Ike Wada with pictures of the
hunter and the fisherman. Etc.
Apolqgies are extended to George
and Ike, and to Mary Takahashi.
DR. AND MRS. JAMES Taguchi
from Dayton, Ohio, are visiting
with the Yuzo Hondas and skiing
at Vail Pass. Mrs. Matilde Ta-
guchi is the daughter of the Hon-
das.
HOSPITAL PATIENTS: at
Brighton Community Hospital,
Richard Ida.
TOP FIVE, AND THE top ten
per cents, respectively, of the
junior and senior class members
were elected to Brighton Highs
National Honor Society. They in-
clude: senior, Jane Nakata; junior,
Eddie Imatani, reserve basketball
team captain. Bob Sakata was the
speaker at the school's scholar-
ship assembly last Wednesday.
PLATTEVILLE Junior Girl
Scouters installed their officers
last week, including Lois Kawa-
kami as assistant leader. Brown-
ie No. 210 picked Debbie and Bar-
bara Matsushima as Its vice pres-
ident and treasurer, respectively.
GARY KUWABARA OF BASE-
LINE Jr. High in Boulder par-
ticipated in the schools recent
Science Fair.
COLE JR. HIGH'S seventh grade
members of Achievement Society
include David Murakami, Sandra
Omoto, Janice Tagawa and Rich-
ard Yamamoto. Participant in the
recent All-School Show included
Karlene Goto and Richard. Ondo
dancers were Ronnie Takata,
Cheryl Tsuchimoto, Nancy Hi-
raoka, Jeanie Yamakishi, Marilyn
Kusumi and Faye Chikuma.
"TREASURE CHEST Of Fash-
ions style show staged last week
by Ft. Lupton's Forlurado Club
featured an accordion duet per-
formed by Joyce Murata and Kris-
tine Nishimoto.
SACRAMENTO In the recent
National JACL bowling tourney:
Celebrity Lanes team from Den-
ver (952); KenMatsuda-207, Hooch
Okumura-189, Tootsie Tsutsui-
180, Sam Inai-188, Bill Okubo-
188.
SIMPSON BOWLING scores
from last week: Harry Hashi-
moto-247-686, Dan Ohashi-260-
666, Jim Omura-75-648, Massey
Nishiyama-246, Marge Morishige-
238-628, Toshi Kumagai-613,
Peggy Matsumoto-230-605, Jean
Sato-232.
FT. LUPTON BOWL scores
from last week: YoshikoOkamoto-
150-440, George Masunaga-226,
Dave Nishimoto-215, Jean Okubo-
478; juniors Steve Hisamoto-201-
473.
PUEBLO SANZO Shigeta shot
a 575 series in the Maverick Bowl-
ing League bowling event last week.
GREELEY BOWLING scores
from last week: GeorgeTokunaga-
225, H. Kiota-225,Shiz Ogata-204-
580.
GEORGE SHIOYA of Boulder
scored 1582 to make the list of
finalists in the state Professional
Bowlers Assn, qualifying tourney
at Celebrity alleys last week.
1964
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