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A CHANGE OF COMMAND Tom Hikida turned over the reins of
Cathay American Legion Post to the new commander, Tosh Ota. In
next photo, his officers were sworn in at recent ceremony* From
left: Ben Murakami, finance officer; Joe Sakato, adjutant; Ed Crowell,
sgL-at-arms; Eddie Osumi, jr., vice commander; Jun Oya, senior vice
commander; Ota and Min YasuL Absent, Rev. Paul HaJjiya, chaplain.
Photo by Tom Masamori, post historian.__________
Academic Achievements
MANUAL HIGH-TomT.Kimura
of Manual High received the Den-
ver Civitan Clubs $500 scholar-
ship award last week at luncheon
at Brown Palace Hotel. He is the
scai of the Kanemasa Kimuras of
712 26th st., and grandson of the
Ben Y. Takeshitas.
Young Kimura, ROTC comman-
der and vice president of the sen-
ior class, was offered a $1,200
two-year renewable scholarship
at DU and a $300 annual renewable
scholarship at CU. He chose the
latter offer from Boulder where
he will major in engineering.
HONOR SCHOLARSHIP Henry
Kusumi of Manual High received
the $800 two-year scholarship at
DU. He will major in accounting.
The scholar, son of the Kelji
Kusumis of 2810 Arapahoe St.,
served as president of the honor-
ary Key Club, and the editorial staff
of the year bode. From theKiwanis
Club he received the $300 cash
Key Club Award.
MAPLETON Harold Muroya
was awarded the Mapleton Edu-
cation Association's annual $250
scholarship. It is given to a stu-
dent planning to enter teaching
profession. The award to Muroya
was made by Tom Sarconi, pre-
sident of the association. The scho-
lar is the son of H. Muroya of
2324 S. Forest Dr.
He plans to attend CSC in Gree-
ley to major in mathematics and
physical education.
KNOX COLLEGE Shirley Kis-
hiyama, an East High senior, was
awarded the Colo. Regional Scho-
larship to Knox College at Gales-
burg, 111. The annual grant pro-
vides $1,300 for four years.
PHOTOGRAPHER Dale Ya-
nari, photographer for the year-
book and the student newspaper
at North High School, won the red
ribbon at the journalism awards
event, the citywide Press Day
competition. He is the son of
Harry and Betty Yanari, owners
of. Harrys Flower Shop.
Comunity Raises Fund For Young Stranger
Longmont Along about the end
of August, a young stranger from
Tokyo will probably drop in. But
awaiting him here in this com-
munity will be a reception In his
honor. The stranger-visitor will be
Yoichi Saji, bound for his fresh-
man term at Colorado College In
Colorado Springs.
Those who fostered this project
include Dr. Harry Huntington,
staffs at Longmont National and
the First National banks, Mrs. Max
Tomich, James Kanemoto, and
many others.
Behind that forthcoming event
is the story of a group of local |
residents who organized a tuition
fund campaign for Yoichi, which
ultimately resulted in a sum of
$1,237. Altogether, 109 contribu-
tions were received for this fund,
mostly from donors in Longmont,
but also from Brighton and else-
where.
The Yoichi Saji Fund will pay
for his travel expenses, 'i'he col-
lege is providing him with full
tuition, board and room. The tra-
vel, to be made in the plane char-
tered by the Experiment In In-
ternational Living organization,
will cost $1,100. Thatll leave a
bit left over for some incidental
purchases to be made for him -
like a health and accident insurance
policy.
Services Held For Fort Lupton Youth
Ft. Lupton Funeral service
Friday at the Buddhist Church and
interment Saturday at Hillside
Cemetery were held for Norman
Yokooji. The 19-year>old student
at Northeastern Junior College in
Sterling drowned last Wednesday
while swimming in the North Sterl-
ing Reservoir.
Young Yokooji had gone to the
with three other stu-
dents, but he was alone,' swim-
ming to a raft, when he apparently
became exhausted and sank before
his companions could reach him,
it was reported.
He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yokooji of Fort
Lupton, and brother Thomas, and
grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shi-
geji Ohashi of Portland, Ore.
YOUNG NORMAN YOKOOJI of Ft. Lupton was not one to be benched
on the sideline while watching a young mans exciting world go by.
He was one of few sanseis in his hometown to-achieve Eagle Scout
rank in the Explorer Troop. A couple of years ago, he competed in the
YBL oratorical contest in Denver, fifth from left. Others, from left:
Carrie Ann Sakamoto, Melody Fujimori, Eileen Fujiho, Shirley Eto,
Yokooji, Gail Chikuma, Henry Kusumi and Janet Okamura. Photo by
Howard Oda.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
Wednesday, May 20, 1964
No# 111
YBL RETREAT SET FOR
JUNE 12-14TH
Philip Miyazawa and Henry Tobo
are co-chairmen of the YBL moun-
tain retreat June 12-14 at the
Estes Park Conference Camp.
Speakers will include the Rev.
Fujimoto from Los Angeles, Tobo
said. The charges will be $13 per
person and $15 per couple, includ-
ing meals.
Benefit Movie
Kokichi Takata is the star of
the film, Shussel Bushido, 7:30
p.m May 24, at the Buddhist
Church. The companion film, Fu-
jini Tatsu Kage, stars Denjiro
Okochi.
This benefit show Is sponsored
by the Mile Hi JACL for its scho-
larship fund.
Dinner Planned
Consul General Tsutomu Wada
of Japan and Mrs. Wada are ex-
pected to arrive here from San
Francisco Thursday. They are ar-
riving in an auto, via Salt Lake
City, and they will board a plane
Saturday for the trip to Bay City.
Vice Pres. Harry Matoba is in
charge of the Colo. Japanese As-
sociations reception dinner for
the visitors at the Fuji-En, tom-
orrow, Thursday night, 7 p.m.
MEDAL WINNER Manual
Highs Cadet Lt. Col. Tom Ki-
mura received last week the Den-
ver Post Citizenship award medal
at the brigade review in Washing-
ton Park. Another participant in
the review from the school was
Gold Star Easily
Mrs. Sakino Shibata will repre-
sent the Gold Star families at the
community Memorial Day ser-
vices at die Nisei War Memorial
in Fairmount cemetery, it was an-
nounced by Tosh Ota, commander
of the Cathay American Legion
Post No. 185, sponsor of the ser-
vices. Yosh Aral is in charge of
the program arrangements*
Staff Sgt. Kenneth Shibata, son of
Katsutaro and Sakino Shibata, re-
cipient of the BronzeStarandPur-
ple Heart medals, was born in 1919
in Kirkland, Nebr. He was killed
in action on July 17, 1944, in
Italy during World War II. He is
buried at Fairmount cemetery.
Scranton Endorsed
Twenty-four Colorado Republi-
can state legislators endorsed Gov.
William W. Scranton of Pennsyl-
vania as either the vice presi-
dential or presidential nominee,
it was reported last week.
These supporters include Rep.
Seiji Horiuchi of Brighton. The
endorsement resulted from a poll
taken by State Rep. William M.
Griffith, Republican of Denver,
chairman of die ColoradoScranton
For President Committee.
Meanwhile, die Brighton legis-
lator was also named vice chair-
man of the Committee for Republi-
can National Committeeman from
Colorado.
GRANDDAUGHTER Visited -
The Albert Tamaribuchis from
Kailua, Hawaii, visited with their
son, daughter-in-law, and new
granddaughter, the Franklin and
Gail Tamaribuchis and Dawn. The
visitors also visited the child's
maternal grandparents, the Jim
Hanamuras, before departing for
the east to see the World's Fair.
Cadet Maj. Gary Tsutsui.
Nuptial Announcements
Miss Emiko Nakasugi, niece of
Mr. and Mrs. Minejiro Nakasugi,
and Charles Chang Kil Moon from
Seoul, Lorea, will be married
May 31 at die Denver SouthSeven-
th Day Adventist Church. The
bride-elect has been living with'
her uncle and aunt. Moon is a
student at the Conservative Bap-
tist Theological Seminary in Den-
ver.
The bridal party includes: mat-
ron of honor, Mrs. Misako Kita;
bridesmaid, Mrs. Molly Pang;
flower girls, Joann Pang and Flor-
ence Han; Bible boy, Ray Taki-
giku; best man, George Han;
groomsman, Fred Pang; usher,
Paul Aoyagi. Baishakunins for the
couple are the Elder and Mrs. Al-
Representative Here
The new resident representative
of the president of the United Na-
tions Insurance Co., YoshiroTa-
kato, 44, of Shizuoka, is now at
work at the company office in West^
minster. He represents the Tokyo
financier, Hirosuke Ishikawa, die
'firms president.
Takato, a member of the board
of directors of the Chubu Sogo
Bank of Shizuoka, organized one of
Ishikawa*s enterprises, the Shaji
Credit Union of Kyoto with a bil-
lion yen asset.
. The UN insurance firm's finan-
cial statement, issued lastweekby
the ColoradoStatelnsuranceDept., '
reported assets of over $1,034,000,
liabilities of nearly $223,500, capi-
BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED
West Los Angeles The betro-
thal of Eleanor Nakano, a junior
at UCLA, to Otto Nakano, test
support group leader in the Litton
Industries' data systems division,
was announced recently at dinner
given at the home of the bride-
elects mother. Her parents are
Mrs. Ruby Nakano and her father;
the late Fred C. Nakano.
Otto Nakano, a 1956 electrical
engineering graduate atUniversity
of Wyoming, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saikichi Nakano of Cheyenne,
Wyo. The wedding will be held
Aug. 9 at West L. A. Community
Methodist Church.
fred Okohira of the Japanese
Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Yoshiro Takato
tal of $273,500, and surplus of
nearly $537,400.
Coning Events
Thurs., May 21,7 p.m., Japanese
Assn.s reception for Consul Gen-
eral Tsutomu Wada at Fuji-En
Restaurant.
FrL, 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.
Fri., May 22, Kyudo Kai meet-
ing in Scottsbluff, Nebr.
Sat., May 23, D.B.A.C. bowling
league award banquet at Salt Wa-
ter Dumas restaurant.
Sun., May 24, Sankyu-Sandan
rank championships at Denver Judo
School; postponed from May 17.
Sun., May 24, 7 p.m., Mile Hi
JACL scholarship benefit movie at
Buddhist Church.
Fri., May 29, the Counselors'
devotional service at Buddhist
Church,
Sat., May 30,MemorlalDayser-
vice at Fairmount Cemetery.
Sun., May 31, Denver Judo teams
attending invitational tourney at
Craig.
SaL, June 6, 7:30 p.m., Mile Hi
JACL scholarship benefit card
party at home of Dr. and Mrs.
Takashi Mayeda, 221 Hudson st.
Fri., June 12-Sun., June 14,
YBL mountain retreat at Estes
Park Conference Camp.
Sat., June 13, Mile Hi JACL
Scholarship award dinner-dance
at Albany Hotel.
Sun., Jujje 28, Denver judo
School picnic; location to be an-
nounced.
2ENJIB0 NISHDBJRA, 83
Funeral servioe, Wed.*
May 20, 8:00 P.M. at
Slope on Methodist Churob
Burial servioe. Ihur*.
May 21, 9:45 A.M. at
Highland Memory Garden#
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Wednesday, May 20, 1964
Valley Invaders Victorious In Playoff
Evans At stake last week was
the prized State Class B play-
off. At the plate in due batting or-
In Seventh Position
Brighton A local team com-
posed of Henry and Jack Mori-
mitsu, Martin McCloy and Willie
Wiedeman finished 7th at the 18th
annual VFW nine-state regional
bowling tourney last week at the
Trade Winds alley in Denver.
Forty-two teams competed.
The local team amassed 2935
points. The first place winner
from Aurora captured 3058 points.
DBAC BOWLING Scores of April
25 Top avg., Ben Hara-173
for 90 games, Hank Fukino and
Jackson Ishida-172, Sadami Ku-
roda-147, Kinu Hiraoka-146, Betty
YanarI-140.
Yosh Miyamoto-641, Takashi
Aigaki-625, Frank Kimura-606-
233, Henry Tagawa-235, Bob
Iwata-226.
Ruby Miyazawa-601-209, Mary
Miyazawa-558, Kiyo Omoto-554-
221, Esther Iwata-206.
Two From Denver
Ken Matsuda and George Mc-
Donald had 3491 pins total for eigh-
th place after two rounds in the
BPAA National Match Games
Doubles Championships, as of
Saturday, at St. Charles, Mo., it
was reported. The leaders, a pair
from New Jersey, had a total of
3876 pins at that point. Prizes
range from $750 to $2,500 for the
top award.
NISEI CLASSICS BOWL score
from last week: Hootch Okumura-
725-277, Yosh Furuiye-697-257,
Norm Goto-628.
COLUMBINE Classic Gree-
ley Augie Tateyama's series,
593, last week in the Columbine
Classic bowling league.
Track Finals
Alamosa The state prep track
finals last week-end here drew
teams from throughout the state,
including the Brighton High squad.
It included Bob Sakaguchi in the
low hurdles, the mile relay and the
880-yard relay squads.
He was among the Brighton com-
petitors who qualified for this
meet at the district competition
previously at Fairview High.
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was Steve Ishiguro, who doubled
at a critical period.
For the invading Crowley High
baseballers from down in Arkan-
sas Valley, KevinShironaka, at an-
other hot moment for his team,
homered a four bagger.
The see-sawing game knotted at
9-9 in the seventh inning. Then in
the two remaining innings, the visi-
tors from the valley broke the back
of the hometowners by smothering
the hosts, 18-9,
The sansei players* parents are
the Fujio and Betty Ishiguros of
Evans and the Harry Shironakas of
Ordway, near Crowley.
Second Round
The baseball league's peewee
teams will be scampering off to
their second round of play Sun.,
May 24. Meanwhile, before begin-
ning its season, the senior circuit
awaits a meeting of team reps
Friday, May 29, 8 p.m., at the
Buddhist Church.
League Pres. Gene Tochihara
requested all senior teams to turn
in their rosters, $10 entry fees and
$15 membership tariff.
PEEWEE GAMES SCHEDULED
Sunday, May 24: 2 p.m., Gree-
ley vs. Brighton at Brighton; 3
p.m., Mile Hi Merchants vs. Simp-
son at E. 37th Av. and Clayton
St., and at same field, also, Bus-
sei Blues vs. Reds.
TOP TEN AVERAGE Boul-
der George Shioya's top 10
average score last week: 185.
CHEF OF FAMED Yamato Su-
kiyaki House in San Francisco,
Joe Ishizaki, is the instructor
at the cooking school Friday at
Hilton Hotel, sponsored by Den-
ver-Takayama Sister Cities Fes-
tival Committee. Japan Airlines
Photo.
VALLEY RELAYS Kersey -
Larry Morita was a member of
Highland Highs 440-yard relay
team at the seventh annual Platte
Valley Relays. His team won the
event, clocked at :46.3. This per-
formance bettered the old mark of
:46.4.
FT. LUPTON bowl score from
last week: George Uyemura-483.
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Dick Kajiwara, spinning the dials
of his short-wave radio an hour
or so before sunrise at his home at
2809 Champa St. the other morn-
ing, caught a Tokyo news broad-
cast of a ceremony in Takayama
city.
The report stated that Frank
Torizawa, vice-chairman of the
Denver-Takayama Sister City
Festivals working committee had
presented messages from Mayor
Tom Currigan and Mrs. A. T.
Haley, chairman of the sister city
committee, to Takayama* s Mayor
Shinichiro Iwamoto. The festival is
scheduled here on Aug. 13-15.
JUDO TOURNEY New York
City Gotaro Uemura, a student
from Japan at Monmouth College,
111., bested his twin brother Ken-
jiro Uemura, to capture the heavy-
weight championship in the recent
National AAU judo tourney.
The big upset at the tournament
occurred in the 165-pound division
where the Pan-American cham-
pion, Shosei Shiozawa from Brazil,
was defeated by Jim Bregman of
Washington State.__________
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CSC Students
Greeley Sansei Denverites who
were listed as juniors in last year's
edition of CSC students* annual,
Cache La Poudre, and thus gra-
duation candidates this June, in-
cludes Janice Aoyagi and Dennis
Yamamoto.
Coeds from out of state in this
group includes Shirley Yamasaki
from Des Moines, la., and Joyce
Fujimoto from Anchorage, Alaska.
The June graduation roster, doubt-
less, will include many others.
Sophomores then, and juniors
now, include Joyce Harada from
Rocky Ford; and the freshmen then,
and sophomores now, include
Sharyn Tateyama of Ault, and Jud-
ith. Yamaguchi of Platteville.
A top campus social event of that
year, Natchi Matsunami from
Omaha, was chosen Prom Queen.
Her sorority sisters at the Alpha
Phi house included the Sakyo sis-
ters from New York, Nancy and
Joan.
ALAMOSA Eugene Yoshida was
the standard bearer at the installa-
tion ceremony of the Order of De-
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Wednesday, May 20, 19b^
Tokyo's Gilt To New York
\yHAT is claimed to be the worlds largest drop curtain made of Nishijin For Sale ?
brocade will shortly be* presented to the city of New York as a goodwill
gift from Tokyo in commemoration of the conclusion of sister-city ties between
the worlds two biggest cities.
Thp huge curtain, measuring 46 feet by 85 feet and weighing five tons,
was introduced to the press for the first time on April 16 at thj Metropolitan
Gymnasium, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku. The ¥30,000,000 ($83,333) curtain is to
decorate the stage of Radio City Music Hall, New Yorks largest theater.
City fathers are now taxing their ingenuity to raise .funds t5 finance the
expensive gift. They maintain that taxpayers money should not be used for
the purpose.
The curtain is a proud production of the Nishijin Brocade Industrial As-
sociation, Kyoto.
Interpreters. Scarce For Olympics
fJVHE Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee is racking its brains in recruiting
bilingual persons who can be employed as interpreters in the coming Olypiad
in Tokyo, particularly those who speak fluently other foreign languages than
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The TOOC said, for example, it had found only 40 able interpreters in Span-
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for German and Russian interpreters.
The committee said the worst case wfcs French, one of the official lan-
guages in the Olympic Games. Only about 60 French interpreters have been
employed, or one third of the committees required 170.

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