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ROCKY MOUNTAIN
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Wednesday, June 3, 1964 No. 113 \ IH
Medal Awarded
Ft. Carson, Colorado Springs -
Spect, 7 Isao Yamashita last week
received the U.S. Army Commen-
dation Medal from Ma j. Gen. D. B.
Johnson, deputy commanding gen-
eral, Army Air Defense Command.
Yamashita, assistant in the engin-
eering section of the command,
departs for die Army Transporta-
tion School at Ft. Eustis, Va.
Upon completion of his two-month
work at the school, he will return
to Ft. Carson.
His family will remain in Colo-
rado Springs.
CERTIFIED Yoshio Nago of
1118 Marion St, was among the 121
persons certified recently by the
State Board of Registration for'
Professional Engineers*
VISITORS in town: Dr. Yohei
Yonehlroand his family from Min-
neapolis, who are visiting with his
parents, Saburo Yonehiro; the for-
mer Denverites, Mr. andMrs.To-
kuya Kako of San Francisco, who
have been visiting their children
and grandchildren in New York
City and Washington, D.C. The
Kakos were guests of their local
friends at dinner at the Fuji-En
Restaurant.
GOP Delegate
Greeley Hiroshi Tateyamawas
selected last week at' die Weld
County GOP county gathering as a
delegate to the party's state con-
vention. It will be held on Satur-
day, June 6, in Pueblo.
THESE ARE BUT FEW OF THE MANY local students who are grad-
uating from colleges and universities over the country: Steve Osuga,
St. Louis University, Mo. D.D.S., and recipient of the American
Academy, df Oral Medicine's award for highest proficiency; Ronald
Yamamot^, EfS., cum laude, with major in biology at Regis College;
Kay Mura.l/BoAo, an art history major at Pomona College, Pomona,
Calif.; Joe Ozaki, B.S., from Columbia University, New York. All of
them graduated from Manual High School. All of them attended their
colleges on academic scholarships. Yamamoto and Ozaki will attend
CU medical school next autumn. Miss Mura received Bracken Fel-
lowship in art history to attend Claremont Graduate College at Pomona.
Doctoral Degree \J
Ft. Collins Graduates from
CSU who will receive their di-
plomas at commencement ex-
ercises Friday includes: Robert
Konishi, doctorate in veterinary
medicine, of Ft. Lupton; Kenneth
Takeda, master's degree in agro-
nomy, of Rocky Ford;
Bachelors degrees: Gary Kino-
shita of Sedgwick, Terry H. Kishi-
yama of 3535 Elizabeth St. and
Christine Yorimoto of 1853 Vine
St., both of Denver.
B.S., Cun laude
Ron Yamamdto of Denver and
Jerry MotookirTrom Oklahoma re-
ceived their diplomas at com-
mencement exercises held at Regis
College this week. Both students
received B.S. degrees in biology;
Yamamoto, who graduated cum
laude, will enroll at CU medical
school next autumn.
ALAMOSA Adams State Col-
lege's graduating class includes
Linda Yasuda, BA from Lihue,
Hawaii.
Recipients Of Diploaas At High Schools
RANUM HIGH Westminster -
Bob Fushimi is among the 186
graduating seniors at Ranum High
SchopL
GRADUATES Rocky Ford Jo
Anne Harada and Sylvia Sakamoto
are among the graduating seniors
at Rocky Ford High School. Syl-
via delivered the valedictorian's
address.
THORNTON Graduating sen-
iors at Meritt Hutton High School
Includes George Yamada and Dale
Aigaki.
WESTMINSTER Carol Jitsuda
is among the 303 graduates of
Westminster High School.
KERSEY Platte Valley High
School graduating class included
Judith flcenouye, daughter of the
Elmer Ikenouyes.
HIGHLAND High School -Ault -
Graduation exercises were held
Friday at Highland High School.
Scholastic honor graduate*' Julie
Morita, daughter of theStokeMor-
itas.
PRESIDENT Rocky Ford -
Gary Hirokawa was installed as
president of the Student Council at
Rocky Ford High School. He is the
son of the Sam Hirokawas. Sandra
Konishi is theCouncil's secretary.
Two Invest In Land
Westminster Donald Umemoto
and James Wong of Hawaii pur-
chased 91 acres of land adjacent
to the Westminster golf course, it
was reported, for $148,500. The
purchase was made for investment
and future development, they dis-
closed. The sellers of this property
were Anthony Zarlengo and several
other individuals.
MAPLETGN Graduates at
Mapleton High School includes:
Harold Muroya, JoAnn Nakata,
Leonard Uchida, Patricia Yanaga,
and Judy Osumi.
Speakers, YBA Chief
And Youth Director
President of the National YBA,
Mas Hashimoto from Watsonville,
Calif., is one of two guest leaders
who will participate in die Tri-
State YBL religious retreat at
Estes Park this week-end. The
second guest leader is the Rev.
Hogen Fujimoto of San Francisco,
youth director of the Buddhist
Churches of America.
The group rotation, one of die key
programs at the retreat, will be
headed by these leaders and their
subjects: Al Nakata, Karma; the
Rev. Noboru Tsunoda, Is There A
God?; Tad Yamamoto, Nirvana;
Mrs, Dorothy Fujino, Oneness; and
Ed Nakagawa, Nembutsu.
Registration, from 5 p.m. this
Friday, will launch the retreat
which ends with lunch on Sunday.
Daring Enterprise
A young man with the nerve and
the will who dares to solo the Pa-
cific in. a flimsy 19-foot sloop -
and succeeds can find the result
rewarding. Kenichi Horie, 25, is
that man. He and a companion,
Akira Ckui, in the course of their
50-day transcontinental tour,
dropped into town last week.
They were on their way back to
San Francisco, via Yellowstone
Park.
A couple of years ago, Horie
spanned die Pacific in three gruel-
ing months in his boat, arrived in
San Francisco to be met by startl-
ed and skeptical natives.
As a result of his fantastic ven-
ture: a Japanese company made
a film story of his venture; this
trip is being made to publicize
its screenings in the U.S.; a book
describing his voyage has been
published by the Charles TuttleCo.
of Vermont; and he is invited to be
the guest of the city of San Remo,
Italy, next Oct. 13, to receive its
Polena Della Bravura prize. It
honors the most daring individual
enterprise at sea.
KEENESBURG Deana Hortt,
daughter o f the Roy Horiis, Jo-
anne Ishida, daughter of the Jim
Ishidas, and Sandra Uno, daugh-
ter of the Hirato Unos, were mem-
bers of the graduating class at
Keenesburg High School.
THREE AWARDS Joyce Mu-
ra ta, graduate of Ft. Lupton High
School received these three
awards: Bausch and Lomb science
award, the Most Outstanding Girl,
the Valedictorian Key.
HEAD GIRL The. Ben Shin-
kichi Yamakishi's daughters, Jean
and Sandra, were honored4>y their
schools Sandra as ^cipient of
scholarship grant at CU, and Jean,
who was named head girl at Cole
Junior High. Sandra is one of the
top ten graduates at Manual, which
also includes Tom KImura and
Henry Kusumi.
HONOR ROLL Eighteen stu-
dents qualified for the filial list-
ing on the honor roll at Brighton
High* They Included; JoAnn Ma-
sunaga, Jane Nakata, Judy Sasaki,
Harvey Tashiro and Carole Okubo.
'Fair Gaae'
Greeley Web worms, cut
worms, moths, and all other preda-
tory insects are fair game for die
newly recruited Weld county farm
youth group. They are armed with
light traps for enticing the insects
and, for identification purposes,
color photo charts of these in-
sects. Participants include Les
Watada of Ft. Lupton.
Double Feature
Movies at the Buddhist Church
June 7, 7 p.m. will be die "Lord
Tadaivao Story** starring Raizo
Ichikawa and Yaeko Mizutani* Sec-
ond aim wiU be Akumyo," star-
ring Shintaro KatsuandTamao Na-
kamura.
RAINED OUT Along with other
outdoor events of the day, Cathay
American Legion Post's Memorial
Day service at the Nisei War Me-
morial in FairmountCemetery was
rained out.
SERVICES HELD
Funeral services were held last
week for the late Mrs. Hatsuyo
Ogata of 2434 Bryant St. at the
Buddhist Church. Burial service
was held at the Riverside ceme-
tery. She Is survived by her chil-
dren, Morio Ogata and Mrs. Mae
Kawaji.
Cooing Events
SaL, June 6b 7:30 p.m, Mile HI
JACL scholarship benefit card
party at home of Dr. and Mrs.
Takashi Mayeda, 221 Hudson st.
FTL, 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., June 21, Simpson Church
fishing deity.
Sun., June 28, Denver judo
School picnic; location to be an-
nounced.
Tues., June 30-Sau, July 4,18th
Biennial National JACL Conven-
tion at Sheraton-Cadlllac Hotel in
Detroit.
NOTABLE EVENTS IN THE COMMUNITY Past commander of
Cathay American Legion post Alfred Miyagishima presented plaques
to John Noguchi and Yosh Aral, cited them for co-chairing the fund
raising campaign last year for Nisei War Memorial monument and
Nisei War Memorial Scholarship.
Counsul General and Mrs. Tsutomu Wada of San Francisco made
their first visit here recently. At state capitol, they were greeted by
Governor John Love. Photos by Tom Masamori.
BULK RATE
U.S.POSTAGfi
PAID
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PERMIT NO.63


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STATE CHAMPIONS Ft# Lupton High Schools baseball team won
the first state class A championship this year* Some of the team
members are shown here, including Bill Watada and Tom Yokooji,
first and third from left in front row* Team's Coach Bob Pratt in t-
shirt stands at far right on second row*
Award Winners
High school ROTC award win-
ners, in addition to the top prize,
winners Tom Kimura of Manual
and Robert Suyama of West, are;
From Manual, Lawrence Kishi-
yama and GaryTsutsui; from East,:
Ronald Iwahashi, Glenn Onodera
and Steve Suzuki; and from North,
Randolph Kitano*
They received the awards at the
brigade review ver high schools Friday at Wash-
ington Park*
TOURNAMENT Aurora Par-
ticipants at the state high school
gymnastics tourney included Rich
Murata of Boulder who placed 14th
in floor exercises and 15th in
tumbling; and Gene Takamine of
East High, 6th in all-around event.
FT. LUPTON Sunday School
services at the Buddhist Church
will be held from 9 a.m. to 11
a.m* during the summer.
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GOLD MEDAL WON Douglas
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awarded the Chicago Tribune Gold
Medal at the University of Colorado
ROTC ceremony in Boulder. He
was one of 14 CU cadets who re-
ceived awards for military achie-
vements, academic attainment and
leadership.
TRACK MEET Greeley Ed-
die Hikida, son of Ken Hikida, was
a participant in the elementary
school track meet where he com-
peted in the softball throwing con-
test.
TO CUCAMONGA The Tom
Takemotos of 5031 ZuniSt. are de-
parting June 7 for Cucamonga, near
Los Angeles where they will re-
side.
Lucky Registrants
The lucky registrants to the 18th
Biennial National JACL Convention
to be held in Detroit, Michigan,
July 1-4, were picked by regis-
tration committee.
Thomas S.Takemura of Puyallup
Valley is the winner of the first
prize of one complete package
deal to the Convention worth
$29.00. Shiro Takeshita of Oak-
land is the winner of one-half
of a package deal and Lincoln
Shimidzu of Chicago is winner
of one-fourth of a package deal.
All winners were picked from out-
state registrations postmarked not
later than May 15.
THEY'LL BE THERE
Parents who are attending the
graduation exercises at the sev-
eral colleges and universities in-
clude: The Takeo Sakaharas from
Gilroy, Calif., at Colorado Springs
to witness their son, William's
graduation at exercises at USAF
Academy; and from Denver, Mrs.
Joe M. Ozaki and son, Charles,
to New York City, to see their son
Joe, graduate from Columbia Uni-
versity; the Keizo Osugas who will
see their son, Steve, graduate with
dental degree at St. Louis Univer-
sity, St. Louis, Mo.; andtheMasao
Muras who will see their daughter,
Kay, graduate at Pomona College,
Pomona, Calif.
ACHIEVEMENT Francis Ao-
yagi of 2535 Champa St. and Gene
Yokomizo of 3366 S. Holly St. were
among the students who received
certificates of Academic Achieve-
ment from the Student Council at
CU Extension Division in Denver.
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A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
TOURIST information office will be operated jointly by the Tokyo Metro-
politan Government and the governments of four neighboring perfectures,
Kanagawa, Tochigi, Yamanashi, and Shizuoka. Ostensibly a beneficial project,
it has the clandestine purpose of luring to internationally known tourist re-
sorts in and around Tokyo a large segment of the 130,000 foreigners who will
stay in the Tokyo-Yokohama area during the Olympic month.
Among the famous sightseeing resorts in the area are Nikko (Tochigi Pre-
fecture), Mt. Fuji and the Five Fuji Lake area (Yamanashi Prefecture), Izu,
Atami and Ito hot springs (Shizuoka Prefecture), and Hakone (Kanagawa Pre-
fecture) .
The projected information center will be opened in front of Sendagaya Sta-
tion, near the main Olympic stadium. Bilingual interpreters in English, French,
German, and Spanish will be posted at the center to give necessary informa-
tion. In addition, the information center will be staffed by government and
railway officials, who will act as private guides.
Import-Export
T)URING 1963, Japan imported 600 dogs from around the world at a total cost
IJ of ¥80 million, and imported ¥70 million worth of tropical fish. The impor-
tation of postage stamps for collectors rose greatly in 1963 oyer 1962. The
rise in stamp imports was from ¥16 million in 1962 to ¥160 million last year.
On the export side, Japan was able to gat rid of ¥160 million worth of
canaries and ¥25 million in collectors postage stamps.
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