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ROCKY MOUNTAIN
U I H 01
Wednesday, May 6, 1964 VVr: \\CJ No* 109
'Oyako Donburi' Dinner For 300 Guests
Oyako Domburi, cooked and
served by the Tri-State Young Bud-
dhist League members, was a fea-
ture of the Keiro Kai for 300 guests
Saturday at die church* Janice
Aoyagi and Floyd Ito were in
charge of Denver YBA food com-
mittee. Henry Tobo served as gen-
eral chairman of the program.
Bob Watada served as master of
ceremony.
Call On Governor
Three youths from Japan are
scheduled to call on Gov. John
Love to invite him to attend the
Olympic Games in Tokyo this sum-
mer. One day last week, they were
to have started out of Los Angeles
on their transcontinental mission,
visiting governors of 18 states to
extend to them this invitation.
They are Shinjiro Okada, 26;
Yoichi Saito and Hiroshi Yama-
zaki, both 21. The visitors are
driving a vehicle painted with Nip-
pon and U.S. flags. The auto is
a Toyota landcruiser.
MIGRANT LABOR Dr. R. L.
Cleere, state public health direc-
tor, announced that his agency will
soon check living quarters on
farms for migrant labor families
in San Luis Valley, Otero, Prow-
ers, Bent and Baca counties. Sani-
tation facilities of housing facili-
ties will be a factor in this sur-
vey, he said.
Brighton YBA's Harvey Tashiro
headed the entertainment commit-
tee, assisted by JoanMizunagaand
many others. Denver JR, YBA's
chore was to set up the tables.
That committee was in charge of
Larry Kishiyama. In charge of
group photos and hostesses was the
Ft. Lupton contingent, headed by
Carolyn Hisamoto. Louis Yoshida
was in charge of guests.
TWO DONORS Two organiza-
tions reported receipt of donations:
The Colorado Japanese Assn, an-
nounced receipt of $100 from Dr.
Eizo Hayano to help defray ex-
penses of the current renovation
of the Japanese Hall. The Japanese
Gardeners Assn, received $50
from Mrs. Shigeru Inamasu. The
gift was in memory of her mother.
VISITORS Katsuya Matsumiya
and Y. Taira from Japan were visi-
tors here last week. Their tour is
sponsored by the division of In-
ternational Affairs, U.S. Labor
Dept., Wash., D.C.
New Techniques
Brighton area farm tour was
sponsored Sunday by the Chamber
of Commerce's Agricultural Com-
mittee.
Current techniques for soil con-
servation, drainage, leveling, ditch
lining, pasturage and maintenance
of ponds were demonstrated.
Among the farms visited was that
of Mike Tashiro.
Familiar Site Of Many Nisei Conventions
For years, CosmopolitanHotel's
Silver Glade ballroom has been the
site of banquets and conventions
sponsored by nisei and sansei
organizations. The hotel's Katsumi
Kawasafei, who used to special-
ize in German delicacies as pas-
try chef at Chicago's Bismarck
Hotel, is the assistant banquet
chef. .
The hotel's nisei employes also
include MinoruKishiyama, banquet
houseman; and Noboru Sugimoto,
barman in the Imperial Room.
Over at the Trader Vic's, a
unique dining establishment as-
sociated with the hotel, nearly
a dozen of some 70 are niseis
and isseis. The host and manager
is Leo Goto, whose success there
may be gauged by his being chos-
en last year by the international
One of Goto's current pleasur-
able preoccupation is taste test-
ing, with his head chef, Thomas
Jung, a new dish which may soon
appear in the restaurant menu.
Tentatively, it is called the
Chicken Empress." Briefly, itis
boned chicken leg, stuffed with
ham, imported shiitake and other
exotic ingredients.
Mrs. Jeanette Tomomitsu is his
executive secretary. His nisei and
issel staff members include; Mike
Emizawa, host; Ayako Norman,
Jean Puckett, Louise Okamoto and
Chiyoko Castillo, waitresses; Mi-
sako Brazzell, sales person in the
gift shop; Dick Suzuki, bartender;
and Kameichi Harada, runner.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel's inter-
national aspect now extends to Ja-
pan, where its parent organization,
restaurant chain establishment to Western International Hotels, Inc.,
go to the new Hilton Hotel in London is affiliated with several hotels
co train the staff of its Trader including the Hotel Kowaki-En in
Vic's restaurant. Earlier, he per- the exotic Hakone-yama.
formed the same chore for the Meanwhile, Western Interna-
opening of the restaurant in Port- tional Hotels awaits the opening
land, Ore. Last December, Goto next year of its Minoru Yama-
assigned his captain and waiter saki-designed 800-room Century
to train the dining room staff at Plaza Hotel in Century City, near
the new Trader Vics at a St. Beverly Hills, Calif.
Louis, Mo., motel.----
PUKA ROOM at Trader Vic's In Cosmopolitan Hotel. Mrs. Jeanette
Tomomitsu, executive secretary; Leo Goto, manager of restaurant;
and Katsumi Kawasaki, assistant banquet chef of Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Photo by Tom Masamori.
World-Wide Coverage
World-wide press, radio and
television coverage of theDenver-
Takayama festival here Aug. 13-
15 is to be provided by the U.S.
State Department's Information
Agency, said Mrs. A. T. Haley,
chairman of theDenver-Takayama
Sister Cities Committee.
Members and friends of the com-
mittee met at dinner Monday at the
International House to hear a re-
port on the plans for the festival.
Colored slides of Takayama and
its festival were shown to the
guests.
The committee is also sponsor-
ing the Japanese cooking school
at the Hilton Hotel May 22, 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3; 30 p.m.
The charges are $10 for all-day,
$6 for half day sessions. Chef Joe
Ishizaki of the Yamato Sukiyaki
House in San Francisco will be
the instructor.
A MARINE Pvt. Jerry J.
Inouye is in theU.S.MarineCorps.
He is the son of the Jerry Y.
Inouyes of 1460HighSt.,andgrand-
son of Mrs. Hatsuko Menda.
Span Continent
It's possible that the landscape
architectural parternership's Pete
Walker of San FranciscoandHideo
Sasaki of Boston may occasionally
bump into each other in the Denver
area.
While Walker, the junior part-
ner, will be busy with a pair of
projects in Denver, Sasaki may be
expected periodically at the CU
campus in Boulder, where he has
been engaged as the master plan-
ning and design consultant for the
science center construction pro-
ject.
Thomas Reck of the firm of War-
ren A. Flickinger and Associates,
architects for the Perl Mack pro-
jects, said Walker is designing the
landscape for two Perl-Mack shop-
ping centers, the $1,000,000 pro-
ject atNorthglenn, and the $800,000
job in Littleton.
The transcontinental and inter-
national enterprisers are partners
of the Sasaki-Walker and Associa-
tes of Boston; the Sasaki, Walker,
Lackey Associates of San Francis-
co, and another landscape archi-
tectural firm in Toronto, Canada.
Walker was a student in Sasaki's
landscape architectural classes at
Harvard University.
Coning Events
Sat., May 9, Simpsoti Methodist
Church Bazaar at Grange Hall
Sun., May 10, 7 p.m., Japanese
movies at Buddhist Church.
Sun., May 10, 1 p.m., invitation-
al judo tourney at CSU in Ft. Col-
lins.
Sat., May 16, 7:30 p.m., Nisei
Men's and Women's bowling lea-
gues award dinner at Tiffin Inn.
Sun., May "17, CNBL peewee
baseball series begins; senior dia-
mond schedule pending.
Sun., May 17, Sankyu-Sandan
rank championships atDenver judo
School at Hilton Hotel, 9:30-11:30
a.m., and 1:00-3:30 p.m.
Sat., May 23, D.B.A.C. bowling
league award banquet at Salt Wa-
ter Dumas restaurant.
Sun., May 24, 7 p.m., Mile Hi
JACL scholarship benefit movie^t
Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 30, Memorial Day serw
vice at Fairmount Cemetery. >. *
Sat., June 13, Mile Hi JACJL
Scholarship award dinner-dan|4
at Albany Hotel. ! J *
THE ART OF fu-de and spitti
penmanship, shodo, will be dis-
played from Friday through(tylay
14 at the International House, ^600
Logan St. j 5
JACK MAYEDA, NATIONAL JACL headquarters assistant was a
guest at dinner meeting of Mile Hi chapter at Akebono restaurant.
From left: Natchi Matsunami, Pres. Dave Furukawa, Mayeda, Min
Yasui and Ben Kumagai.
Scholarships Won By Two Sansei Girls
SUMIKO OGURA
Alamosa Sumiko Sue Ogura
was awarded the $100 San Luis
Valley JACL scholarship. Pres.
Kay Shioshita of the chapter will
present the award to her at the
commencement exercises of the
Alamosa High School. The scho-
lar, daughter of Mrs. Elsie Ogura,
will enroll at CSU in Ft. Collins
next autumn.
Garold Uyeda, who is a member
of scholastic honor roll at the
school along with Sumiko, also is
a graduating senior.
Jane Kawanabe is-the lone san-
sei graduate this summer atSierra
Grande High School.
TO MICHIGAN Cheyenne,
Wyo. Courtney Hashimoto of East
High School was awarded one of the
1,625 National Merit Scholarship.
Hashimoto will attend Michigan
State University this autumn.
'Tonei Tangu'
Toyo Nakamura stars in the
samurai film Tomei Tangu" at
Buddhist Church Sunday, May 10,
'.7:30u Kojiro Hongo stars in the
paired film, "Ashitao Yobu Mi-
nato."
JOYCE MURATA
Ft. Lupton Joyce Murata, top
graduate of Ft, Lupton High's grad-
uating senior class of 71 students,
was awarded a Gates Foundation
scholarship.
Joyce will receive $500annually
for four years during her enroll-
ment at CSU in Ft. Collins where
she expects to major in biology.
Her parents are the Lee Muratas.
Woman Columnist
Golden The Boulder Business
and Professional Women's Club
recently hosted at a dinner for a
newspaper columnist, Mrs. Fu-.
miko Kawai of Nagoya's Chubu
Nippon Shimbun, at dinner given
in the Holland House.
Mrs. Kawai's tour of U.S. and
Europe is sponsored by a three-
month UNESCO travel grant.
1000 CLUB membership re-
newals in Denver area, announc-
ed by National JACL office in San
Francisco, are as follows: Dr.
Tom Kobayashi, for the 13th year;
Harry Ida, George Masunaga, Mrs.
Mary Shibao, John Masunaga, Tom
Masamori, Henry Suzuki, and Ben
Kumagai.
A Betrothal And A Wedding
BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED
The betrothal of Janet Okamura
of Colorado College in Colorado
Springs to Cadet William Saka-
hara of the USAF Academy was
recently disclosed. She is the dau-
ghter of the Shogo Okamuras of
Denver. The cadet is the son of
the Takeo Sakahara's of Gilroy,
Calif.
Following his June graduation,
Cadet Sakah&ra is expected to en-
ter pilot training at Vance AFB in
Oklahoma. The bride-elect an-
nounced her engagement to her
sorority sisters at CC's Alpha
Phi house.
TAKAHASHI-BENJAMIN
Gethsemane Lutheran Church
was the setting of the recent mar-
riage of Lynn T. Takahashi to
Pvt. David L. Benjamin, Their
parents are Frank Takahashi of
10840 Mildred Dr. in Northglenn
and the Ernie Benjamins, also
of Northglenn.
The bride is attending the Wheat-
ridge Beauty School; die groom is
stationed at Ft. Huachuca in Ariz.
Bridal party at the wedding in-
cluded Sharon Giambrocco who
served as maid of honor, and
the groom's brother, Leonard, who
was the best man.
FORE-TASTE of TASTY THINGS TO COME Joe Akiyama and Joe
Ariki are apparent, unofficial taste testers of delicacies to be sold
at Simpson Church Food Bazaar Saturday at Grange Hall, W. 26th
Ave. and Alcott St. Gracious hostesses are their wives, Kiko Aki-
yama and Kate Ariki. Photo by Edwin Shimabukuro.
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Wednesday, May 6f 1964
Cap And Gown Season
Another cap and gown season is
but scant weeks away, when we'll
learn about sansei college and high
school graduates, scholarship
recipients, and the colleges they
will attend.
A scanning of the traditional
collegiate student enterprises, the
annuals, of recent years offers
indications of how these sansei
high school graduates fared. A sub*
stantial portion of them appear to
have enrolled at three major state
institutions CU at Boulder, CSC
at Greeley, and CSU at Ft. Col-
lins.
During the last several school
terms, perhaps some 30-odd stu-
dents of Japanese descent annual-
ly enrolled at CSU, of whom, rough-
ly, one-third were from Hawaii;
the others from mainland, primar-
ily from Colorado.
Juniors last year, thus seniors
this year at Ft. Collins, include
Robert Konishi in veterinary medi-
cine, and Richard Urano in physi-
cal education, both from Ft. Lup-
ton; and Robert Takeda from Rocky
Ford.
In Spurs
The CSU annual for *63 would
suggest that Joyce Okamoto, then a
sophomore, was among the more
active sansei. The coed from Ft.
Lupton was active in the Associ-
ated Women Students organization,
the honorary sophomore Spurs
group, and the Inter-Dormitory
Council. The 1964 editions will be
distributed to students at the close
of this school term.
Sophomores in 1963 included
Leonard Ito; and Clyde Nitta, a
member of Beta Epsilon business
economics fraternity; both from
Denver; and Shizuko Kusuno from
Lovington, New Mex.
The Freshman contingent in-
cluded Donald Mayeda from Brigh-
ton, Alban Konishi and RonMurata
from Ft. Lupton, Byron Miyahara
from Orchard, David Nishimoto
from Platteville, Dwight Shimoda
from Adams City, Judith Takaha-
stvi trom Denver and Kenneth Ni-
shida from Two Buttes, down in
southeastern Colorado.

PATIENTS At Alamosa Com-
munity Hospital, Mrs. Asao Fujii
of Alamosa; at the Brighton Com-
munity Hospital, Tom Sugihara of
Ft. Lupton.
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WHO'S WHO Adams City -
Jeanette Kondo and Madeline Uno
are among the 14 Adams City High
School seniors who have been nam-
ed to Who's Who Among Student
Leaders in High Schools of Amer-
ica.
FUTURE TEACHERS West-
minster Beverly Kimura was
among the Westminster Highs stu-
dents who attended the Future
Teachers of America Convention
in Grand Junction.
SCHOLARS at Arvada High
School Assistant Principal Earl
Boland announced the names of
98 scholars among the student
body, including Steve Otsukl and
Linda Goto.
GIRLS* STATE Brighton -
Joan Mizunaga was among those
who were selected as alternate
delegates by the American Legion
Auxiliary to attend the Columbine
Girls' State at Colorado Womens
College.
SCHOLARS Jon Imada is among
the members of the scholastic
honor roll at Broomfield Junior-
Senior High School.
At Boulder Junior High, Gary
Kuwabara and Kris Yoshida are
members of the current honor
roll.
THE WSCS OF Simpson Metho-
dist Church reported that nursery
helpers during March were: Diane
Okita, Kathy Shiramizu, Rene Cya,
Susan Ando, Joyce Masunaga, Noel
Hagiya and Yuki Nogami. Lily Ari-
ki is in charge of these volunteers
who keep watch over the toddlers
during the Sunday worship ser-
vices.
Simpson Bowl Season
Notes on Simpson Bowling sea-
son: top avg. games, Jean Sato-
169, George Fukui-178, highest
game, Paul Osuga-276; top ser-
ies scores, Vi Nishimura-604,
Norman Goto-647. Most improved
player awardees, Don Terasaki,
Charlene Ikeya; special awards to
Jean Fujimoto and Gladys Look.
Winner of the sportsmanship
award, Sam Kumagai; special ser-
vice award winner, Harry Hashi-
moto.
1964-65 officers: pres., Willie
Hirokawa; v.p.'s: Janet Nakata,
Roy Nishimura, Charlotte Miyos hi;
sec., Meach Nogami; treas., Ed-
win Shimabukuro.
Top Positions
Denver Judo School's students
captured all three top positions
in the junior division of the re-
cent AAU championships, firstand
second places in the intermediate
and senior divisions. Eight teams
competed, including a contingent
from as far away as the Judo Club
of Craig.
ZONE CHANGE Boulder -The
City's Planning Board is schedul-
ed to consider on May 7 the re-
quest from Mary Takahashi to
change the present zone MR-3
for her property at 13th St. and
College Av., to a zone for general
business. A property in MR-3
zone is restricted to multi-family
residences.
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and Harlan Smith are members of
the N. Y. Life Insurance team which
took first place in the Simpson
Bowling League in the season just
closing out.
JUNIOR Bowlers Ft. Lupton -
Steve Hisamoto-481 series last
week. Marjorie Uyemura-164
game, Katy Koshio-430 series.
GYMNASTICS Wheatridge -
Rich Murahata of Boulder's Fair-
view High captured first place in
the tumbling event at Wheatridge
High. He was third in floor ex-
ercise and fourth on the tram-
poline.
CLASS AA WINNER Brighton
High's track team captured the
Class AA first place at the CU
relays. The victor finished third
in the mile relay event. That team
includes Bob Sakaguchi.
FRENCH HORN Allen Suzuki
is a member of the French horn
section of the Boulder High School
which gave a public concert there
last week.
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Brazilian Nisei
A 22-year-old Brazilian sansei,
Ryohei Shiozawa was a leading
contender at the 12th nationalAAU
Judo Championships at New York
City's World Fair.
From the Denver Judo School,
Tooru Takamatsu is attending the
affair with a team entry consist-
ing of Leroy Abe and Kunihiko
Abe, both nidan; and John Stock-
well, shodan.
Shiozawa, 1963 middle-weight
champion at the Pan American
Games, picked up a six-match win-
ning streak. He heads a four-man
Brazilian team.
TEXAS TOURNAMENT
El Paso Fred Yamashita of
CSU at Ft. Collins captured third
place in the 150 lb. division at the
recent National Collegiate Judo
Championships at Texas West-
ern College. Tooru Takamatsu of
the Denver Judo School served
as an official at the tournament*.
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Wednesday, May 6, I96U
Passenger Car Ownership
pASSENGER cars in use in Japan were estimated to total about
1,100,000, including all sizes, as of December 31, *1963. ,
This means that one out of every 42 persons possesses an auto-
mobile in Japan as against a passenger car per every 10 heads in ad-
vanced Western countries. The same ratio in the U.S. is a car per
2.4 heads.
New Tourist Service
^HE O.S.K.-Mitsui Shipping Company is studying a plan to inaugurate
a new Japan-Hawaii regular passenger service by using two immi-
grations shipsthe Argentina Maru, 10,800 tons, and the Brazil Maru,
10,100 tons- now serving on the Japan-Brazi1 route.
World s Biggest Tanker
^pHE worlds biggest oil tanker (150,000 tons), is to be built at by
the Sanko Steamship Company at the Ishikawajima-Harimas Negi-
shi Shipyards.
The worlds biggest oil tanker now is Idemitsu Kosans Nissho
Maru (132,000 tons).
Sanko, which recently signed a 20-year shipping contract with
Caltex,a Iso plans to build a second mammoth tanker in 1967.
Rocky Mountain Jiho, page 3
Tax-Free Umbrellas
TOKYO umbrella exporting company has started
CARP streamer is indispensable*
for Childrens Day, May 5, th^
unique service and most important nationa
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delivered to any address within the city limits within one hour after
receiving an order by telephone. The service is specially designed for
the convenience of foreign tourists visiting this mammoth city.
stefs are concerned during the
Golden Week of skipping stora
holidays.
Sinpson Methodist Church
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