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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 107

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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 107
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Rocky Mountain Jiho
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'Around The World'
DU's 214 foreign students,
dressed in their native costumes,
held an "Around the World" fes-
tival at the university's Student
Union building Sunday.
Students from Japan among the
participants, and their majors, in-
cluded: Takahiko Banno from Ku-
shimoto, economics; Junichiro Fu-
kai from Noda, physics; Fukiko
Funaki from Sendai, audiology;
Yukiko Tanaka from Yokohama,
social work; and the following from
Tokyo: Sachiyuki Hamamoto,
speech; Toshiko Inoue, English
literature; and Shuroku Takeshita,
hotel and restaurant management.
"HONEY BUN" Charles Ta-
nabe and Jim Imatani were among
those who lent their voices to
sing "Honey Bun" at the Merry-
makers 4-H Club's potluck sup-
per at Hazeltine School in Hender-
son. The entertainment also in-
cluded the skit, "Cake Mix-Up,"
which featured Sheryl Funakoshi
in the cast. Dr. Olshi and Tanabe
also demonstrated a lesson on
"how to develop your own film."
New Meabers
Greeley The Sakurai sisters,
Naomi and Deborah, were among
the 39 who were confirmed last
week at die Trinity Episcopal
Church. The children are the
daughters of the John Sakurais of
Pierce.
The traditional ceremony of lay-
ing on of hands were conducted by
the Rt. Rev. Joseph S. Minnis,
bishop of the Colorado Episco-
pal diocese.
SERVICES HELD Ordway -
Funeral services were held last
week for the late Mrs. Sute Shi-
ronaka at the J onach funeral home.
Survivors include her husband, A.
H. Shironaka and son, Harry.Mrs.
Harry Shironaka's sisters are
Mmes, Mary Taketa and Kiyo
Hanamura of Denver.
Alternate Director
Lamar Taro Hirama, head of
East Prowers Federal Credit Un-
ion was named alternate director
for a three-year term in die Wild
Goose Credit Union Charter at a
recent meeting. The chapter con-
sists of six credit unions in south-
eastern Colorado affiliated with the
Colo. Credit Union League.
HEAD BUYER APPOINTED
Hugo Taniwaki was promoted
April 1 to the position of head
buyer of the houseware division
of May-D & F Company's downtown
store. Taniwaki, formerly assis-
tant buyer, is the son of the Oski
Taniwakis. The sansei merchandi-
ser, who has been undergoing
training in the division for two
and one-half years, is the store's
purchasing agent for the wide range
of kitchen appliances.
Sanseis Abroad
Progress reports on Denver
sansei students in Europe: The
Tak Terasakis expect to go to
New York in June to bring home
their daughter, Alene, who will be
coming home from her studies at
St. Ursula High School for Girls
in Bemerode, Germany, a suburb
of Hanover. Her school year in
that country is sponsored by die
American Field Service. She re-
sides with the family of Mr. and
Mrs. Walther Hage in Hanover.
Bruce, the son of the Bob Hor-
iuchis, attending the University of
Vienna, in Austria reported to his
parents that, during the mid-term
vacation, he managed to attend die
Winter Olympic Games at Inns-
bruck, Prague in Czechoslovakia
and Denmark. He is a junior, ma-
joring in political science at Univ.
of Wash, in Seattle.
Keiro Kai Set
Keiro Kai dinner will be given
May 2 at the Buddhist church by
the Tri-State YBL, according to
Henry Tobo, dinner chairman. The
Fort Lupton group will be in charge
of souvenir pictures, the Brighton
organization will handle entertain-
ment, while Denver's senior unit
will be in charge of the food. The
Denver Jr. YBA, headed by Larry
Kishiyama, will be in charge of
table arrangements and service.
VISITORS Visitors in town
from North Platte, Nebr., were the
Yaichi Wadas, the Kyuichi Inoues,
the Eijiro Hayashis. The Inoues
visited with the Nagahiko Mizuna-
gas in Brighton and the Hayashis
Visited with their daughter's fam-
ily, the Rupert Arais.
PATIENTS Recently admitted
to the National Jewish Hospital
were Koyo Mori of Los Angeles
and Miss Natsuko Miwa, student
at the Chicago Art Institute.
A Cununity Landmark Of Past Era
A modest landmark of western
Nebraska's Japanese community
passed out of existence the other
day when surviving original mem-
bers and supporter's of the old
Japanese Assn, in Mitchell sold
the hall to the Caucasian Epis-
copal Church.
In its heyday, the hall must have
been the focal point for many joy-
ous festivities Bonen Kais,Shin-
nen Enkais, welcome and farewell
parties in the days when niseis
were toddlers. Forty years ago,
the isseis put up some $14,000 to
build it. Its erection was spurred
by the issuance of construction
shares, each costing $30. Of about
50 isseis who purchased them,
there are 11 survivors, including
Goro Morimoto, who headed a
group of the Japanese community
members in die sale negotiations.
Now, the Japanese Assn, itself
is inactive. So the surviving mem-
bers, it was reported, suggested
that the income be expended for
sansei college scholarships.
"OPTIMISM, FORMULA FOR FREEDOM," was die topic of winning
speech at Optimist Club oratorical contest in Ft. Collins. John Mat-
tingly, speech prize winner, received trophy from Jack Nukaya, in-
structor at La Porte High SchooL He is the son of Mrs. Ka-ne Nukaya
of Ft. Morgan. His wife is the former Reiko Kasuno of Farmington,
New Mexico.
Honor Grower
The 13 Great Western Sugar
Co. beet producers who will be
honored at the Denver Chamber
of Commerce Agricultural Recog-
nition dinner April 20 at Cosmo-
politan Hotel includes Kanichi
Okada and Walter Williams of
Keenesburg, it was announced by
La Mar Henry, companys district
manager in Brighton.
The Okada-Williams partner-
ship last year harvested some 25
acres, averaged more than 36 1/2
tons per acre, with 17.4% sugar
content. They have been named
among the high ten growers of their
own district for 10 and 11 years,
respectively.
Okada himself operates his ir-
rigated and general-100-acrefarm
north west of Prospect.
Scholarship Benefit
MILE HIGH JACL is sponsoring
the film "High and Low" beginning
about Apr. 23 at the Vogue Art
Theater, it was announced. The
benefit show is for the chapter's
scholarship fund^ The JACL
tickets for the event are priced
at $1.25 each and they may be
purchased at its office at 1225
20th St. Tickets purchased at the
box office will not benefit the
League's scholarship project, it
was emphasized.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
GUEST PREACHER at Spiritual Enrichment Week at Simpson Metho-
dist Church was the Rev. Wesley Yamaka of Blaine Methodist Church
in Seattle. With him are the Revs. Jonathan Fujlta and Paul Hagiya
of host church. Photo by Edwin Shimabukuro.
April 30 is the deadline
for scholarship appli-
cation*
WELD COUNTY Selective Ser-
vice Board No. 7 reported in
Greeley last week that Robert
Konishi was among the three sen-
ior veterinerian students at CSU
in Ft. Collins who reported for
physical examinations April 1.
Trustees Elected
Kersey Sam Sameshima was
elected as one of the -municipal
trustees at election held Apr. 8
The elected town officials in-
clude Roger Day, Mayor; W, L.
Dickerson, Clifford Dilka, B, P.
Bogan, Charles O'Dell and Leland
Young, who are Sameshlma's fel-
low trustee board members.
DEPARTURES Dr. Jerry K.
Alkawa of the CU medical faculty,
and the Terada brothers, Roy and
Isamu, were recently absent from
their homes to attend funerals -
Dr. Alkawa upon the death of his
father in California, and theTera-
das upon the passing of their
mother In Hawaii*
THEFT REPORTED The
Masakuni Iguchis of 3201 E. 26th
Ave. repotted die theft from their
home of radio, tape recorder,
clothing, jewelry and cases of liq-
uor.
Cosing Events
Sat., Apr. 18, Hana Matsuri in
Sedgwick, officials include Kyui-
chi Inouye and Setsuji Kobayashi
Fri., 24, Mite Hi. jACL-
sppnsoiTiim, Akdrafcijrosawa's
High add Lw,*** begins at Vogue
Theater.
Fri., Apr. 24-26, IdS confer-
ence at Peaceful Valley Lodge.
Fri., Apr. 24, Mile Hi JACL
dinner meeting at Akebono Res-
taurant.
Sat., Apr* 25, Simpson Bridge
Club games at the church.
Sun., Apr. 26, 7 p.m., Denver
Buddhist Athletic Council's bene-
fit movie.
Sat. evening, May 2, YBL Keiro
Kai dinner at the Buddhist Church.
Sun., May 3, 6 p.m., Simpson
Bowling League award banquet at
Lotus Room.
Sat., May 9, Simpson Methodist
Church Bazaar at Grange Hall.
Carnegie Grant
The Carnegie Corp. of New York
contributed a $100,000 grant to the
issei history project, according
to a report issued in Los Angeles
last week by Frank Chuman, an
official of the project. The National
JACL originally gave $100,000 to
the project, holding $75,000 in re-
serve.
Chuman disclosed that in May
the project staff will begin an in-
terview program. This involves
interviews with 600 selected is-
seis. The project will be under
the direction of the staff at UCLA
headed by Dr. T. Scott Miyakawa,
visiting associate professor of so-
ciology from Boston University.
Ultimately, the staff expects to
publish three volumes on the his-
tory of Japanese immigrants'to the
U.S. before l924.ThevoIumes may
retail for about $6.
Officials Depart
Five of the original organizers
have served their association with
the Brighton National Bank, ac-
cording to Hugh Best, president.
The five are: LeRoy Bisterfedt,
Herman Flader, Nita Monaghan,
Sam Feinstein and also, Lee
Murata of Ft. Lupton. At the close
of business last December, die
bank reported that its assets were
in excess of $3 millions, and that
its deposits were In excess of
$2,600,000. The bank was organiz-
ed early in 1963.
HOME FROM TOUR Jitsuo
Taniguchi returned recently from
a visit in japan.
FATHER AND SON Hirosuke
and Ryohei Ishikawa of Tokyo, of-
ficials of Denver's United Na-
tions Life Insurance Co.
MRS. CHIYO HORIUCHI attend-
ed the recent 42nd annual Interna-
tional Council for Exceptional
Children at the Hotel Morrison in
Chicago during the Easter vaca-
tion. Mrs. Horiuchi, who teaches
the 9-to-13 age gt;oup at the Eu-
gene Field elementary school in
Littleton, also attended a con-
ference on exceptional children
in Salt Lake City.
People And Places
Mrs. Sumi Paris of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, is the rare, if not
only, Japanese woman horse train-
er in America. Although it isn't
known whether she expects to en-
ter her colt, Dawn Abbey, in the
Centennial Race Track at Little-
ton this summer season, but she
has entered the horse in several
races in her state, including the
state fair and the Yavapai Turf
Club handicap. The colt won the
handicap.
Actually, Sumi Paris has been a
trainer for but a year, but her nod-
ding acquaintance with the sport
is extensive. Her husdand, W. D.
Paris, as editor-publisher of the
racing publication, Race Tracker,
visits many of the top east and west
coast tracks, and she has managed
to accompany him.
Mrs. Paris explained that her
becoming a horse trainer is no
light chore, for she not only had
to know her colts temperament,
but also to learn to minister to its
needs treat its minor sniffles^
wrap its ankles, and give it a rub
down after a work-out.
Father And Son
During their recent brief visit,
Hirosuke Ishikawa and his son,
Ryohe^of Tokyo were elected pre-
sident and chairman, and first
vice-prisident, respectively, of the
United Nations Insurance Co. Other
elected officers include Henry
Imada and Max Spears, as vice
presidents.
In a ceremony at the Buddhist
Church, the elder Ishikawa pre-
sented a miniature statue of Ryo-
zen Kwannon.
These local participations con-
cluded, the Ishikawas, accompan-
ied by the Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai,
flew to Washington on business.
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Wednesday, April 15, 1964
Basketball league Closes Season
CNBL rings down its second
round basketball games Friday
with a double header. Both series
begin at 6:50 p.m. The schedule
follows in the order of games
scheduled:
In the boys* gym: Sakura-En vs.
Playboys, Bussei No, d vs,
Georges Conoco, Playboys vs,
Simpson. In the girls gymi Simp-
son vs. Fuji-En, then Fuji-En
vs. Bussei No. 2 and Sakura-En
vs. Georges Conoco.
Election of officers and presen-,
tation of them and individual
awards will be held before the final
game in the boys* gym.
CELEBRITY NISEIS: Garts-53-
37, Johns Mkt.-51-39, Handispot-
47-43. Scores: Mas Omoto-259-
699, Tok Mukaikubo-257, GeneTa-
gawa-242, Roy Nagal-672, Mayeda
brothers, Bob and Takashi-640.
Election results: pres., Bob
Norrish; v.p., Tom Hikida; treas.,
Bob Noguchi; sec., NishNishikawa;
sgt. at arms, Bud Stark; public-
ity, John Noguchi.
NISEI CLASSICS: team stand-
ings, Elite Florist-51-27, Lotus
Room-48-30, Guar. Bank-46-32.
Scores: Dick Yanase-257-640,
Klyo Yokooji-253-635, YosbFuru-
iye-252, Bill Nakamura-246, Tom
Hiraoka and Don Miyake-609.
Election results':. pres., Sam
Inai; v.p., George Goto; treas.,
Kiyo Yokooji; sec., Nish Nishi-
kawa.
NISEI MIXED Bowling League
high series, of Apr. 4: Yosh Fu-
ruiye-675, Tom Hikida-625, Harry
Furukawa-608, Bonnie Yamamoto-
555, Helen Nakashima-564, Top
team: Fujl-En-48-36.
SIMPSON BOWLING scores
from last week; Harley Look-
716, Norman Goto-695-261, Mar-
jorie Morishige-651-246, Esther
Hashiba-606, Mary Fujii-603-235,
Liz Kltashima-231.
BOWLING SCORES from Ft.
Lupton: GeorgeUyemura-253-431,
Sam Okamoto-191-518, KatyKo-
shio-411, Frank Urano-192-520,
Amy Urano-177-459, Jean Okubo-
489.
"IN THE MONEY Jack Mor-
Imitsu was among the Brighton
VFW Post 2841 keglers who scored
in the money ranks at the state
VFW bowling tourney in Ft. Mor-
gan. He scored 629 in the series.
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CNBL basketball results from
April 10: team standings Fuji-
En and Sakura-En 9 wins and 1
loss, Simpson-7-3, Playboys-5-
5, Georges Conoco-3-7, Bussei
No. 1-3-8, Bussei No. 2-0-11.
Scores: Playboys-53 vs. Bussei
No. 1-25, Simpson 35-BusseiNo.
2-27, Fuji-En-44, Sakura-En-33.
TWELFTH ANNUAL Colo. Wo-
mens Bowling Assn, tourney at
Celebrity Center recently gave
second position in Class B section
to Jim Sanos Pizzeria team. It
earned 2584 points. Alyce Hara
took third place in the all-events
with 1667 points.
SIDE-HORSE VAULT Carol
Hiratsuka took sixth place in the
side-horse vault event at the sec-
ond annual Colorado Womens Open
Gymnastics Championships re-
cently at Colorado Womans Col-
lege. She garnered 132 points.
FAIRVIEW HIGHS gym team
members include Rich Murahata,
whose specialties include floor ex-
ercises, trampoline and tumbling.
Athletic Prograa
Public support is sought by the
Denver Buddhist Athletic Council
to build up its fund at the benefit
movie April 26, 7 p.m., at the
church. The Council administers
sports programs, including girls
softball team in charge of Frank
Fujino, and the boys* baseball and
basketball teams. Titles of the
movie show are "Muhomono No
Tora and "Kibo No Otome.
George Omoto and Fred Uyeda.
are in charge of DBACs finance,
while at the movie, Frank Taka-
hashi and Kenzo Fujimori will be in
charge of the ticket crew.
BASEBALL SEASON Sansei
ball players on the teams at East
High: Dennis Nakamura, infielder;
Duane Hasegawa, outfielder. At
Manual High: Dave Okazaki, in-
fielder; and Tom Kimura, return-
ing letterman pitcher.
JUDO AND BEEF A judo de-
monstration directed by Dr. Yosh
Ito will be featured at the father-
and-son dinner program at Smiley
Jr. High Thursday. The main din-
ner course will be roast beef.
ADAMS STATE Colleges tennis
team members this season in-
cludes Ichiro Fujita from Den-
ver. Fujita last week won a sing-
les match against Hoverman of
Ft. Lewis A & M, and paired with
Simmons, lost the doubles match
to Zanetell-Winters team from
So. Colo. College of Pueblo.
TRACK MEETS The Sato bro-
thers of Sheridan High, having put
their successful wrestling sea-
son behind them, have set their
sights on the current track sea-
son. Last week, Ken was second
in shotput against Fairview, and
Allen second in the 180 yd. low
hurdles.
JOHN NOGUCHI, past comman-
der of Cathay American Legion
Post No. 155 last week presented
50 U.S. flags to the Manual High
School Student Council.
RELEASED FROM Brighton
Community Hospital: Glenn Yama-
da of Denver and Sen Hishinuma
of Ft. Lupton. Admitted: Torayo
Konishi on Apr. 6, also Mmes.
Maki Miyamoto, Ryosuke Sasaki,
Hatsutaro Tochihara.
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factures of products that bear the
trade name Yamaha.
The name comeS from that of
Torakusa Yamaha who first re-
paired an American made organ in
1887 in the Hamamatsu school,
studied the design and five years
later started building Yamaha or-
gans and exporting them to Eng-
land. Because of the excellence
of tone and craftsmanship die Ya-
maha pianos attracted a world
wide market but it was not until
1960 that Yamaha International
was set up in San Francisco to
bring these pianos to the United
States.
THORNTON The high schools
junior-senior prom was held at
Capri Motel Saturday. Senior es-
cort candidates include Dale Ai-
gaki.
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Allen Dulles, former director, Central
Intelligence Agency of the U. S. Depart-
ment of State, member of the Warren
Commission, lawyer and author, will be
guest speaker at the sixth Friends of the
Denver Public Library Annual Dinner at
7 p.m., Saturday, April 18. The event
climaxes DPL activities for National Li-
brary Week.
Dulles has served in diplomatic, legal
and intelligence posts under the last eight
Presidents of the United States, beginning
with President Woodrow Wilson and re-
tiring under President Kennedy in 1961.
He entered the American diplomatic
service in 1916 and served in Vienna, Berne,
Berlin, Constantinople and at the Ver-
sailles Peace Conference in Paris. Following
four years service as Chief of the Near
East Division of the State Department, he
spent fifteen years in private law practice.
After Pearl Harbor, he worked with the
Office of Strategic Services in Switzerland
and, following the armistice, in Germany.
President Truman asked Dulles to act as
chairman of a committee to report on the
operations of the newly formed Central
Intelligence Agency, and in 1950, General
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Dulles to Washington to help put the report
into effect.
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