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ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
Wednesday, May 13, 1964
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No. 110
YOU CAN START with 500-plus
pounds of rice, and take it from
there, oversee a mass of details
and many willing volunteers. Here
are a few of the ladies who served
Saturday at Simpson Church
bazaar: Janet Yamakawa, RuthKa-
wamura, Marilyn Hasegawa, Char-
lotte Miyoshi, Julia Kamura, Pat
Miyoshi, and Bessie Joko. Photo by
Edwin Shimabukuro.
Church To Present Fuji Matsuri Program
Fifth annual Fuji Matsuri-Wis-
teria Festival Sunday noon to 6
p.m., will be held at the Buddhist
Church. Mrs. Florence Nakata is
general chairman of the program
sponsored by the church's PTA
Council.
The program includes odori, ki-
mono parade, ikebana and tea cere-
mony. The first event of the after-
noon, however, will be the judo
demonstration at 1 p.m.
FUJI MATSURI PROGRAM
12 noon-6 p.m. Open House at
Tri State Buddhist Church.
1 p.m. Judo demonstration.
1:30 p.m. Japanese calli-
graphy, tea ceremony, samisen
quartette, calssical dance, kimono
parade, art of flower arrangement,
kimono and obi tying demonstra-
tion, gimbu.
4 p.m. A portion of the pro-
gram will be repeated.
Sanseis At University Of Colorado
MALE STUDENTS OUT-NUMBER COEDS ON CAMPUS
Boulder About 80 sanseis en-
rolled at CU last autumn, nearly
one half of whom were from Den-
ver. Two of them were from other
mainland states, one each from
Bethesda, Maryland; and Pasa-
dena, California*
Coeds accounted for less than
30 of these students, affording them
a comfortable scarcity margin
over the male academic contin-
gent. About 85 per cent of them
were undergraduates. Nearly 30
STUDENTS IN SENIOR CLASS
Students who enrolled as seniors
last autumn at CU in Boulder,
many or all of whom are graduat-
ing in June, include the following:
Arts and science majors: Donald
Fujitani of Pasadena, Calif.; Henry
Imada of Broomfield, Phillip Ogata
of Boulder, education, Milton
Shioya of Denver, Alan Takaki of
STUDENTS ON CAMPUS FROM
Random notes on students at CU
in Boulder from distant communit-
ies: from San Luis Valley, Herbert
Kawanabe, freshman architect ma-
jor from Ft. Garland; and Francis
Wakasugi from Blanca; Frederick
Morimoto, 5th year pharmacy stu-
dent from Bristol, east of Lamar
in southeastern Colorado; Bruce
Nakata, graduate student from Palo
Alto, Calif.
Alvin Otsuka, arts-sc. freshman
from Sedgwick, recipient of $1,000
Centennial Foundation scholarship
freshmen enrolled, tapering down
to perhaps a dozen seniors.
The real story about the spread
of their academic majors could
not be hazarded since perhaps 50
of diem were enrolled in the class-
es of the arts and science divi-
sion, a mammoth academic unit
which includes students majoring
in the several professions. Engin-
eering majors accounted for about
20; business majors, 2; architec-
ture, 1.
AT BOULDER CAMRJS
Pueblo, Robert Watada of Ft. Lup-
ton and Suekyo Yamamoto of Boul-
der.
Education; Judy Saito ofDenver;
engineering: George Yamakawa of
Denver. There are, additionally,
about a dozen niseis and sansei
graduate students, many of whom
will receive their diplomas at the
June commencement ceremony.
OUTLYING AREAS
upon graduation in 1963 from high
school; Dick Saiki, arts-sc. junior
from Rocky Ford.
Engineer Scholars
Boulder Among the 76 students
who received awards at die 43rd
annual Engineers Day at CU were
Richard Sato of Denver and Timo-
thy Hirabayashi from Bethesda,
Maryland. They received scholar-
ships awarded by the Royce Tipton
and Associates, engineers.
BRIGHTON Current scholastic
honor roll members at North Jun-
ior High includes: Norma Murata,
Sandra Yamada, Eddie Mlzunaga,
Walter Chikuma, Sheri Okubo, Sal-
lie Doi and Ron Furuta*
Nippon-Trained
Nippon culinary arts-trained,
but a U.S. native, Chef Joe Ishi-
zaki of Yamato's Sukiyaki House
of San Francisco will demonstrate
the preparation of Japanese re-
cipes at the Denver-Takayama fes-
tival's benefit cooking session May
22 at the Hilton Hotel.
Tickets for half-day, $6; and all-
day, $10; sessions may be obtain-
ed by writing to the Denver-Taka-
yama Committee, 90lShermanSt*,
Apt. 221, or by calling 244-0958.
FASHION SHOW Greeley Beta
Sigma Phi members presented a
Mothers Day Breakfast and a gala
fashion show at the Greeley Coun-
try Club. It featured dresses fash-
ionable in the 1880's onward. The
Xi Delta chapters models at the
show includedMrs. Charles Urano.
WESTMINSTER Joe Miyamoto
was elected as a member of the
Student Council at Ranum High
School.
Optics Specialist
Boulder Dr. Yukikane Nakaji,
a specialist in optics, was a. visi-
tor at the laboratory of die Na-
tional Bureau of Standard's radio
standards division. Its director,
Dr. John Richardson, was his host.
Dr. Ryunosuke Ishigo, guest scien-
tist at the laboratory, was also pre-
sent.
Dr. Nakaji, who received his
docotral degree from the Univer-
sity of Tokyo in 1944, established
the photometic standards labora-
tory in Tokyo.
Another guest scientist on Dr.
Richardson's staff, Dr. Hiroshi
Takuma from Japan, recently read
at scientific conferences in Wash-
ington, D. C., and in Toronto,
Canada, a paper entitled, "Pos-
sibilities of Exciting A Raman La-
ser With Incoherent Sources."
NEWLY ASSIGNED international
-fares and cargo freight rate spec-
ialist for Japan Airlines'San Fran-
cisco office, Miss Yoko Sakai.
NEW OFFICERS Gary Nitta,
son of the William Nittas, was
elected head boy for the autumn
semester at Lake Junior High
School, and Karen Takahashi, dau-
ghter of Frank Takahashi, was
elected secretary-historian.
NEW HOMES Toyo and Yoneko
Nobuta sold their property at 2349
W. Fair Av., and purchased the
residence at 6344 S. Prescott St.
in Arapahoe county. Dick S. Su-
zuki purchased a property in
Northglenn* Richard and Hideko
Iriye purchased the property at
3060 Grape St.
For Hall Renovation
Fusakichi Takamine donated
$250 to the Colorado Japanese
Assn, for the renovation of its
hall at 2109 Lawrence St. Other
contributions to the association in-
cluded: Yuhei Ujifusa of Worland,
Wyo., $25, on the occasion of die
recovery of his daughter, Taeko,
from hospitalization; $20 from
Mme. Ofu Suzuki of Japan.
MK. AND MRS. David L. Ben-
jamin, who were recently married
at the Gethsemane Lutheran
Church. The bride is die former
Lynn T Takahashi, daughter of die
Frank Takahashis.
KIN YU KAI received contribu-
tions recently from: Mrs. Shosui
Yasumira, Mrs. Ofu Suzuki, Mrs.
Sekido Miyamoto, Tansui Inal, Yu-
hei Ujifusa, Tesui Tobo, Seido
Takata, Koen Saito.
Class Valedictorian
Ft. Garland Jane Kawanabe, the
lone sansei graduate this June from
Sierra Grande High School, is the
valedictorian of the graduating
class. She is the daughter of Tho-
mas and Hisayo Kawanabe. A mem-
ber of the scholastic honor roll,
active in the editorial staff of the
school annual and the school news-
paper, she is die senior class sec-
retary.
Janes present plan, it was re-
ported, is to enroll at a cosme-
tology school. Her grandparents
are die Frank Yoshidas of Ala-
mosa.
GIRLS STATE Greeley Iris
Nakata was selected by the Amer-
ican Legion Auxiliary as a dele-
gate to the 17th annual Girls State
this summer at Colorado Woman's
College in Denver. She is the
daughter of James and Doris Na-
kata of Ft. Lupton.
SECRETARY Eaton Betty
Tateyama was elected secretary
of the Student Council at Eaton
High School for the 1964-65 term.
She is the daughter of die Hiroshi
Tateyamas.
TWO WATER colors, "Grapes"
and ''Festival" by Mrs. YuriNoda
were among the paintings shown at
the annual Colorado Watercolor
Society's exhibition at the tower
lobby of the Denver U.S, Center.
Before the close of the show, die
first painting, priced at $65, was
sold.
Coning Events
Sat., May 16, registration at
Japanese Hall, for naturalization
classes to begin in June; instruc-
tor, Harry Matoba.
iSat., May 16, 7:30 p.m., Nisei
Men's and Women's bowling lea-
gues award dinner at Tiffin Inn.
Sun., May 17, Sankyu-Sandan
rank championships at Denver Judo
School.
Sun., May 17, CNBL peewee
baseball series begins; senior dia-
mond schedule pending*
Fri., May 22, Denver-Takayama
Sister Cities Committees Ja-
panese Cooking 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 at
Buddhist Church.
Sat., May 3U,MemorialDayser-
vice at Fairmount Cemetery.
Sat., June 6, 7:30 p.m., Mile Hi
JACL scholarship benefit card
party at home of Dr. and Mrs.
Takashi Mayeda, 221 Hudson st.
Sat., June 13, Mile Hi JACL
Scholarship award dinner-dance
at Albany Hotel.
Tues., June 5i-Sat., July 4,18th
Biennial National JACL Conven-
tion at Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel in
Detroit.
Thurs., Aug. 13-15, Denver-Ta-
kayama Sister Cities Festival.
Ovation Received
A standing ovation was accorded
the Rev. Paul Hagiya of Simpson
Church last week at the Methodist
General Conference in Pittsburgh,
Pa., which he attended as a dele-
gate from the Pacific Coast Ja-
panese MethodistProvisionalCon-
ference.
The ovation followed his report
to delegates on the dissolution of
the Japanese conference composed
of 31 member churches which will
join the conferences in their res-
pective areas. About 7,000 are
members of these churches. This
quiet and orderly integration con-
trasted sharply with the other rac-
ial integration issues which con-
fronted the delegates in Pittsburgh.
Final session of the Pacific
coast conference will convene in
San Francisco May 21-24. The
Simpson Church, upon the return
of its pastors and delegates from
that session, will join the Colorado
Methodist Conference.
Memori alDayServi ce
Yosh Arai is in charge of pro-
gram arrangements for the Me-
morial Day service Sat., May 30,
at the Nisei War Memorial in Fair-
mount Cemetery. The service will
be held under auspices of the
Cathay American Legion Post No.
185.
The posts newly elected officers
are; commander, Tosh Ota; senior
vice commander, Jun Oya; junior
vice commander, Eddie Osumi; ad-
jutant, George Sakato; chaplain,
Rev. Paul Hagiya; sgt.-at-arms,
Edward Crowell; historian, Tom
Masamori.
INTERNATIONAL House, 1600
Logan St. will be governed by a
new slate of elected officers head-
ed by John Potter, an assistant
vice president at Denver U.S. Na-
tional Bank. Potter, former trea-
surer of the establishment, suc-
ceeds Dr. James Galvin to the pre-
sidency.
VISITORS EAST Don and Molly
Yokooji of Denver were recent
visitors in Wash., D.C.
Study Session
Tad Yamamoto, associated with
the B. J. Leonard and Co., invest-
ment securities firm, and a Budd-
hist Church leader, discussed Bud-
dhism at a study session sponsored
recently by theNorthglennKiwanis
Club and the Crossroads Ameri-
can Baptist Church.
There, Peter Tu discussedCon-
fucianism; the Rev. JohnAndrews,
Shintoism; and Abdul Gadamsi, the
religion of the Moslems.
HARRY MATOBA announced the
formation of a tour to visit New
York City's World Fair. The six-
day package tour with airline tra-
vel, hotel accommodations and
other related arrangements is
priced at $397.
TEEN-AGERS' Clinic at CU
Medical Center, 4200 E. 9th Av.,
treats teenagers with medical and
psychological problems. The clinic
develops research programs to
deal with some of the problems of
this age group, and to discover
the extent to which common ad-
justment problems of this age
group can be prevented.
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Wednesday, Iky 13, 1964
OFFICERS OF Simpson Church
1964-1965 Bowling League season,
in photo at left, front row; Char-
lotte Miyoshi, 3rd v.p.; Willie Hi-
rokawa, pres.; Janet Nakata, 1st
v.p.; second row: Meach Nogami,
sec.; Roy Nishimura, 2nd v.p.;
Edwin Shimabukuro, treasurer and
photographer of this and next pic-
ture. In photo on the right are team
members of first place winner in
the league, the N.Y. Life Insurance
Co. squad sponsored by Sam Mat-
sumoto. Others are Ben Goto, Dan
Ohashi, Pat Miyoshi, LilTerasaki,
and missing is Harlan Smith.
SUPPLY FIRM Sam Owada is
associated with the Z-W Company
at 1536 Jersey St. The firm is
a distributor of electrical and
merchanical instruments.
BUFFET DINNER Boulder -
Master Point games' third place
winner at the Boulder Duplicate
Bridge Club's buffet dinner-game
affair were Doug Hashii and Jack
Larkin.
People And Places
The day the traditional Boy's
Day may have been barely notic-
ed elsewhere lastweek. Up inBoul-
der, however, energetic effort was
put into the day by several youngs-
ters. Young Naoaki and Junji Shi-
masaki celebrated the day with
their parents help. They're from
Canada, and their father works
at the National Bureau of Stand-
ards.
Then, there were young Takashi
and Akira Maedawhoopingit up on
the Gogatsuno Osekku. Their fath-
er, who is attending CU, brought
them over from Kyoto, and that ex-
plains it.
But then, there's the children of
the Mas Okadas who also got to
celebrate the day, May 5. He's
teaching fifth graders at Maple-
ton School, and attending graduate
classes at CU.
New Citizens
Oski Sakae Taniwaki of 3055
Milwaukee St. was among those who
were naturalized as U.S. citizens
in Colorado during April, accord-
ing to the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
Others were: (jnieko Naomi
Fransen of Colorado Springs, and
Misako Cleburn of 2216 Elmira
St. in Aurora.
BOWL SCORES Ft. Lupton -
Sam Okamoto-174-478, Yoshiko
Okamoto-165-478.
They led Bowlers
Ken Matsuda and George Mc-
Donald won first place trophy last
week in the Bowling Proprietors
Assn, of America Western U.S.
Men's Doubles championships at
Bellview Bowl in Englewood. They
topped several favored pairings for
this victory, and now they are set
for the national finals May 16-17
in St. Charles, Mo. Their final
score was 9791.
Harry Ida of Brighton and Hank
Neb of Ft. Lupton were leading last
week in the Colorado Men's Bowl-
ing tourney in Boulder.
They had amassed scores of
1362 hdcp. and 1219 scratch.
GREELEY PIN scores from last
week: George Matsushima-590-
293, Al Kinoshita-608, and Hal
Tateyama-617.
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Dennis Murahata is a member of
the stage crew for the forthcom-
ing production of the stage play,
"Arsenic And Old Lace", at Fair-
view High. Meanwhile, brother
Rich was named sports editor of
the 1965 yearbook.
"I REMEMBER Mama", is the
stage play presentation of the sen-
ior class at Eaton High School. Ac-
tive in this production are Betty
Tateyama and Phyllis Kawakami.
ODORI NUMBERS were present-
ed last week at. the WestlandShop-
ping Center's music festival by
a group from the Buddhist Church.
Mrs. Noboru Tsunoda was in
charge of the group.
TREASURER Theresa Sato
was elected treasurer of the Val-
ley View High Student Council.
She was its secretary; and for-
merly, head girl at Casey Junior
High. She is the daughter of Mrs.
Kimi Matsuda.
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PeeWees In Action
Mighty sluggers of CNBL's
baseball league, the Peewee base-
ballers, swing into action this
week-end. Their schedule for this
Sunday follows: Mile High Mer-
chants vs. Bussel Reds at 12:30
p.m., andSimpsonChurchvs. Bus-
sei Blues at 3 p.m., both at E.
37th Av. and Clayton St. Brighton
vs. Ft. Lupton at Brighton at 2 p.
m.; Greeley bye.
HOME OWNERS William Hiro-
kawa is the purchaser of the pro-
perty at 1904 S. Hazel Court. Toby
and Sumiko Espinoza is the new
owner of the property at 3705 Elm
St.
HOSPITAL patients At Ala-
mosa Community Hospital, Ri-
chard Uyemura; at the Mennonite
Hospital in La Junta, Mrs. Ted
Maruyama.
MAY FETE Ft. Lupton Par-
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at the primary school last were
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Sugihara and Linda Koshio.
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Bowling In fopon
JAPANS Bowling Society has announced that this country s bowling
population numbers between 400,000 and 500,000. As of April,
1964, there were 56 bowling leagues throughout Japan and 1,254 bowl-
ing lanes.
The Society anticipates the number of lanes to increase by one
lane per 10,000 people.
By way of comparison, the United States has 30 million bowlers.
As an example of bowlings increased popularity in Japan during
the past few years, the Korakuen bowling lanes in Tokyo showed an
increase of 410 million yen earned during 1963 over 280 million yen
taken in during the previous year.
Emperer to Attend Alumni Meeting
rJULE Emperor, accompanied by the Empress, will attend an alumni
meeting of Gakushuin primary school, formerly Peers School,
scheduled to be held on May 18 at Chinzanso Restaurant, Sekiguchi-
daimachi, Bunkyo-ku.
The gathering was originally scheduled for March 31 but was
postponed due to the ill health of Mrs. Fusako Kitashirakawa, 74,
aunt of the Emperor. Mrs. Kitashirakawa has regained her good health
and is expected to leave the hospital soon. |
In the coming alumni meeting, which commemorates the 50th
anniversary of the graduation of the Emperor from the primary school,
popular songstress Michiyo Azuma will sing two hit songsKon- !
nichiwa Akachan (Hello My Baby-chan) and Oka-san (My Mother). I
The meeting' is significant in that it will be the first time the j
Emperor has attended an alumni gathering held outside the Imperial j
Palace.
Traffic Deaths in Japan
JRAFFIC deaths in Japan since the beginning of this year numbered
3,883 as of April 22, or 459 deaths more than the corresponding
1963 figure, according to the National Police Agency.
Police authorities said the fatalities caused by traffic accidents
topped the 3,000 mark 11 days earlier this year than last year.
On the national basis, the daily traffic death toll averages 30
to 40, An alltime high record was set on March 31 when 62 people
perished during a 24 hour period in traffic accidents, police said.
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TOURING the month of April, 11,067 passports were applied for by
Japanese wishing to travel abroad, according to the Foreign Min-
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week held an exhibition of 43 paintings in the gallery of the Tobu
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