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Niaber Two
Colorado Springs Cadet 1st Lt.
Ted T. Salto from San Leandro,
Calif., graduated with No. 2 rank
among 493 graduating cadets. He
held the rank of cadet lieutenant
colonel when he served as cadet
group commander.
Salto's academic? achievements
include memberships on the acad-
emy superintendent's and the
dean's lists and presidency of the
Physics, French and Math clubs.
USAF ACADEMY, Colorado Sp-
rings Theodore T.Saito from San
Leandro, Calif., who graduated
last week from the USAF Academy,
received the academic award for
_________ basic sciences.
ON TO UNIVERSITIES Tom Kimura, graduating senior from Manual , ,
High, recipient of $500 Civltan Club award, scholarships to DU and CU, AtfdPO (#10061* U9I1C6
chose to enroll at latter campus in Boulder. He came from Japan eight
years ago. Sylvia Sakamoto, who graduated from Rocky Ford High,
outstanding scholar, accepted scholarship offered by Phillips Univer-
sity in Enid, Okla.
Collegiate Scholarships For Graduates
ROCKY FORD Sylvia Saka-
moto, graduating senior at the high
school, was named as the top state
winner of the Elks Most Valuable
Scholar Award, valued at $600.
She accepted the scholarship to at-
tend Phillips University in Enid,
Okla.
SCHOLARSHIPS Recipients of
scholarships from Denver high
schools include; Shirley Kishi-
yama of East, to Knox College in
Galesburg, 111.; and Karen Miura
to University of Pennsylvania in
Philadelphia.
At West High, Robert Suyama
won a CU regents' scholarship.
He was chosen as an alternate for
the Denver Lions Club Founda-
tion award.
MORE TO CU Winner of scho-
larship to CU at Boulder include
Wesley Wada of Jefferson High.
ADAMS CITY -Sansei graduates
of Adams City HighSchool include;
Jeannette Kondo, Wesley Shimoda,
Rodney Takeda and Madeline Uno.
KERSEY Judy Ikenouye, grad-
uating senior at Platte ValleyHigh
School, received the Grange Scho-
larship to attend CSC in Greeley.
SOUTH HIGH School Dickie
Suenaga was a member of the
graduating class at South High
School. He is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Howard Suenaga.
WINNERS Westminster-Scho-
larship awardees at Westminister
High School included these/grad-
uating seniors: Rodger Hara, tc
University of Denver; and Carol
Jitsuda, World Savings and Loan
scholarship.
EAST HIGH School graduates
include: Stephen Ando, Eugene
Kambara, Shirley Kishiyama, Ho-
ward Koshi, Joyce Masunaga, Jo-
anne Mayeda, Karen Miura, Rich-
ard Nakamura, Eugene Takamine,
Alene Terasaki and Doreen Mor-
ishige.
WEST High School graduates
include: Carol Kawakami, Robert
Suyama, Sue Hamamura and Tho-
mas Tamaki.
Degrees Presented
Boulder Graduates at CU who
received their bachelors degrees
included: Irene Hashimoto, Philip
Ogata, John Nagata, Milton Shioya
and Mitsu Yoshlda of Denver;
Frederick Morimoto of Bris-
tol, Robert Watada of Ft. Lup-
ton, Alan Takaki of Pueblo, and
May Kumagai of North Platte,
Nebr.
Dyke Kanai of Denver received
a masters degree.
SCHOOL OF MINES Golden -
Floyd; lto of Denver received the
degree of B.S. in geophysical en-
gineering at the School of Mines'
graduation exercises.
it May Be Back To Orient For Soldier
Colorado Springs Spec. 7 Isao
Yamashita, an Army veteran from
the Korean War, received die Army
Commendation medal the other day
here at ceremony at Ent airfield.
And this is an Air Force installa-
tion where he has been stationed
three years. The explanation is that
he belongs to the Army component
of the North American Air Defense
Command based here.
Yamashita's life in the Army
has been a series of periodic shifts
from the Orient to state-side and
back to the Far East. After Korean
assignment, Army orders have
posted him at various times at
neighboring Ft. Carson, and in
troubled Laos, just across North
Viet Nam. Somewhere in between
these assignments, in 1956, he was
briefly back in Korea.
At the moment, he is undergoing
a two-month training session at
Ft, Eustis, Va. Upon completion
of that assignment, he will return
here to pick up his wife and two
children. His next assignment is
expected to be at Camp Zama near
Tokyo.
Yamashita, formerly of Seattle,
has a cousin in Denver, Arthur
Iwasaki. His father, Kanekuma Ya-
mashita, lives in Kagoshima. v
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1964 No. 114
Graduates of high schools, col-
leges and universities are to be
guests of Mile Hi JACL at the din-
ner dance in Albany Hotel June 13.
Graduates who have not received
invitation to the event are request-
ed to phone or write to the lea-
gue's office at 1225 20th st., CH
'4-2239.
Organizations cooperating with
the sponsor for this event are the
Brighton JAA, Cathay Post, Japan-
ese Association of Colorado and the
Buddhist and Simpson churches.
PRACTICAL Nursing The
Colorado Board of Licensed Prac-
tical Nurse Examiners issued li-
censes to Karen Emiko Enomoto,
and Mrs. Lea K. Tsuda.
Hiker Here
Another transcontinental touring
visitor from Japan was in town
last week this time, SeiichiToku-
yama from Kumamoto. While earl-
ier, sailor Kenichi Horie motored
by, Tokuyama is hiking his way
from Los Angeles to Wash., D. C.
While here, Kumamoto Kenjin
Kai feted him at dinner at the
Sakura-En restaurant. He expects
to pay his respects at the grave
of President Kennedy at Arlington
National Cemetery in Washington,
some time in October.
DELEGATES -CathayAmerican
Legion Post's delegates to the
forthcoming state Legion conven-
tion in Longmont are: A1 Miya-
gishima, Tom Hikida, Min Mat-
sunaga, Jun Oya, and Shig Mori-
shige. Alternates are Joe Sakato
and Tosh Ota, the post comman-
der.
The post is sponsoring Dennis
loka and Bruce KamadatotheBoys
State in Boulder this summer.
Joining them will be Roger Goto
from Adams City High School.
LAFAYETTE Yoshiaki Yoshi-
hara from Hiroshima arrived re-
cently to assist at the nursery and
greenhouse operated by his uncle,
Yasutaro Yoshihara.
Coaing Events
FrL, June 12-Sun., June 14,
YBL mountain retreat at
Park Conference Camp.
Sat. June 13, Mile HI JACL
Scholarship award dinner-dance
at Albany Hotel.
Thurs., June 18, 8 p.m., service
at the Buddhist Church sponsored
by the Kyudo Kai; guest speaker,
the Rev. Takujo Suginari of the
Buddhist Church at Parlier, Calif.
Sun., June 21, Simpson Church
fishing derby.
Sat., June 27, evening, Simpson
Bridge Club session, at the church.
Sun*, .June 28, Denver Judo
School picnic; location to be an-
nounced.
/Hiea^ June 30-SaL.Jiily 4,18th
Biennial National JACL Cams*-
Bon at Shrratinn mrtlllw Hotel In
Detroit,
SOLDIER OF MONTH Pvt. 1st
Class Jerry Goto, named Outstand-
ing Soldier of The Month at Ft.
Sill, Okla.
Outstanding
Ft. Sill, Okla. Pvt. First Class
Jerry S. Goto was cited as the
Outstanding Soldier of the Month.
The soldier, son of the Ben Gotos
of 732 28th St., Denver, is at-
tached to the 6th Gun Battalion, 14th
Artillery, The citation was pre-
sented to young Goto by the bat-
talion commander, Lt. Col. Wil-
liam Glover.
JURY SERVICE Arthur Iwasaki
of 2700 Milwaukee St. is serving
as a juror in the Superior Court
in Denver.
Officers Sworn In
Ft. Lupton Dorothy Tanaka
was installed in the office of second
vice president of the Hogelin-
Owen-Rogers VFW Post auxiliary
in the swearing-in ceremony. For
the VFW post, Albert Watada is the
patriotic instructor, and also, one
of the trustees.
CERTIFICATE Brighton -
Eddie Tashiro received a certifi-
cate of merit in the international
poster contest. He is a student at
the Colorado School of Art inDen-
ver. The student is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Tashiro.
BriskSalesReported
Ken Aoyagi of Tokyo, export
manager of the Charles E. Tuttle
Co. of Rutland, Vt., was in town
last week. The New England print-
ing firm is the publisher of Ke-
nichi Horie's book based on his solo
sea voyage, "My Enemy, TheSea."
At $7.50 per copy, 10,000 have
been sold in the U.S. to date, he
reported. In Japan, 500,000 copies
of the Japanese version of the book
have been sold.
Park Representative
Brighton Mrs. John Chikuma,
as representative of the Benedict
Park, accepted a donation from the
president of the Brighton Garden
Club, Mrs. Orrel Daniel.
The money will be used to pur-
chase shrubs and trees for the
park.
Issei Interviewing Phase Under Way
As the dwindling, patient isseis
quietly sat by, the JACL-UCLA
history project's long pending in-
terview program is about to begin.
Before they are through with
their historical reminiscing, these
old folks will have had 73 pages
of questions tossed at them. They
may be instinctively aware that the
organization for such an inclusive
project requires extensive pre-
paration. The project's executive
committee chairman isShigWaka-
matsu in Chicago; Joe Masaoka of
northern California, former JACL
regional chief in Denver, is the
project administrator; and the data
will be prepared and written on
the UCLA campus.
Doubtless, to ease translation
and transcription problems, a pro-
blem which issei old timers appre-
ciate, their interviews will be tape
recorded.
Troth Celebrated
Formal betrothal amenities
were observed at dinner given at
Fuji-En restaurant for Second Lt.
William Sakahara, who graduated
last week from USA F Academy, and
Janet Okamura, Colorado College
coed.
Their balshakunins are the Rev.
and Mrs. Noboru Tsunoda and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Yanari, Parents of
the betrothed are the Takeo Saka-
haras of Gilroy, Calif., and the
Shogo Okamuras of Denver. Tak-
ing in the festivity, and their
brother's participating at the acad-
emy graduation ceremonies were
Alice, Gene and Dale Sakahara.
..I?.*" ww BETROTHED Brand new Second Lt. William
Sakahara and Colorado College coed Janet Okamura were feted at en-
gagement dinner given for diem at Fuji-En restaurant.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1964
ANYONE FOR CURLING? Toronto's Japanese Canadian com-
munity supports varied sports bowling, ice hockey, judo and among
others, curling. It's a winter game of Scotch origin. Top team in
recently completed league season was composed of Tosh Nagano,
Louise Nagano, Mary Obana and Yo Kawaguchi in the usual order, and
the team's trophies. The New Canadian photo.
Northern 'Curlers1 Wind Up Big Season
Toronto Canadian niseis and
sanseis participate in many forms
of sports bowling, judo, ice
hokey, and among others, and
game called curling, a game of
Scotch origin.
This metropolitan community of
about 11,000 Canadian Japanese,
mostly evacues from west coastal
areas, supports a winter curling
league. It recently finished the sea-
son.
The game is played on ice field,
40 yards long. Available descrip-
tion of this game suggests muse-
Out Of Montana
A 5 lb, 9 oz. and a 2 lb. 2 1/2
oz. entries have been posted to
date in the annual Kamloop Fish-
ing Club derby. The heavyweight
was fished up in Montana by Rich-
ard Ota, the other by Mrs, Tomiko
Ura In Boulder, George Oye enter-
ed a moderate-sized catch fished
out at Delancey.
In the Montana expedition, it
was a Mr, and Mrs, foray, Mrs.
Ota having caught a 5 lb. 1 1/2
oz, and a 4 lb, 14 oz. rainbows.
All of them measured in excess of
23 inches.
So far, no entries from Lake
John, favored in previous years
by die prize winners.
les, as well as skill among its
requisites. Players, four to each
team, must loft stone, or iron,
objects weighing anywhere from
some 30 lbs, all the way up to
as much as 70 lbs. Accompanying
picture of ladies on the winning
team belie such requirements al-
though one can never be certain.
Benefit Tourney
Handicap totals and averages at
one point last week for some of
the participants in the benefit bowl-
ing tourney included:
Terry Funayama at the Bowl-
ero-720-152, Jake Yago-755-189
and James Shimizu-721-155, both
at North Gate; Susan Tawara-698-
158 and Sumi Akiyama-666-139,
both at Trade Winds; Haru Furu-
kawa-659-151 at North Gate,
BRIGHTON Chimi Doi was a
member of the Jack FergusonSer-
vice team which captured first
place in the J.B. Bowling Belles
League tourney.
DECORATION Day Classics -
Tom Miyamoto of Cheyenne, Wyo.,
won the men's singles title at
the Recreation Lanes Decoration
Day Classics. He rolled a 1694
total for eight games.
BRIDGE SCORES Dr.TomKo-
bayashi and Sam Matsumoto were
first Open pairs in consolation
event at the Sectional Bridge Tour-
ney at Hilton Hotel.
Scores from Simpson Bridge
Club session of May 30: N0.-S0,
winners, 1st, Tosh Uba and Bobby
Fujioka; 2nd, Kay Milne and Mrs..
Eddie Kawakami. East-West, 1st,
Willie Hirokawa and Jim Komuro;
VISITORS Mrs. KamenoSu-
gloka of Los Angeles visited with
George and Dora Uyeno here and
attended her granddaughter, Sylvia
Sakamoto's graduation from Rocky
Ford High School.
Mrs, Sugioka was enroute home
from a visit with her son, Dr,
Kenneth Sugioka, professor of me-
dicine at University of North Car-
olina, Sylvia's mother, Mrs, Eizo
Sakamoto, and Mrs, Uyeno are the
visitor's daughters.
RECRUIT Ft. Lutpon Alvin
Konishi has enlisted in the U.S.
Army. Konishi, upon completion of
basic combat training at Ft. Leonr
ard Wood, Mo., will undergo train-
ing in automotive maintenance.
GER1NG, Nebr. Kenneth Ya-
mada of Mitchell Valley and Cindy
Hayano of Henry were among the
118 eighth graders who received
their diplomas at graduation pro-
gram last week at Gering High
School auditorium for students in
rural schools. Kenneth and Cindy
rahked seventh and eighth, respec-
tively among scholars in the top
ten per cent of this group.
PAGE 2
Sorority Officer
When sorority sisters' college
days are over, the sisters continue
to associate as an alumnae organ-
ization. The local chapter of the
Delta Zeta Alumnae Installed its
officers the other night at dinner
at the Butternut Inn.
They included Mrs. Gene Yoko-
mizo of 3366 S. Holly St., the for-
mer Nancy Kishiyama, a gradu-
ate of Western State College in
Gunnison. She is the sorority's
secretary. A recent Delta Zeta
project was the clothing drive. The
clothing was given to the Needle-
work Guild, which in turn, distri-
buted them to the children in or-
phanages and hospitals.
AWARDS GIVEN Brighton -
Students cited at the Brighton High
School awards assembly included:
Bob Sakaguchi, letters in var-
sity football, wrestling and track;
Bob Ida, football, and basketball
letters and Cherry and White staff
certificate; Ed Imatani, basketball
letter; Jayne Matsuno, Bri-Hi-
So award and Quill and Scroll mem-
bership.
TRAPSHOOT George Uyeno participated in the Denver Muni- cipal Trap Club's registered trap- shoot last week. He scored 93 in the singles, requiring accuracy of 90 or more out of 100 shots. In the handicapt event, requiring 80 to 100 placement shots or bet- ter, he scored 89. 2nd, Harold and Katie Fukuhara. Next session sponsored by die Simpson Boy Scouts will be held on June 27, PITCHER -TomKimura ofMan- ual High School's baseball team was given honorable mentioninthe Denver Post All-League baseball roster.
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*s Parking Problem
Tokyo's latest and largest underground car parking lots are scheduled
to open before the end of May. One is located beneath Showa-dori Avenue,
running parallel to Ginza street, and the other beneath the East Entrance
plaza of the Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku.
The former, which was built by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government at
a total cost of ¥4,725 million, is capable of accommodating 780 cars, and the
latter is large enough to park 144 cars. The Shinjuku Station Building Company
built the 8,372-square-yard parking lot in front of the new peoples station
building at a cost of ¥681,800,000.
Tokyo at present has seven' large parking lots in operation. They are
the Metropolitan Government-operated Yaesu No. 1 parking, accommodating 265
cars; three parking lots operated by the Road Corporation at Kabutocho, Chuo-
ku, accommodating 850 cars, at Hibiya Park, Chuo-ku, capable of parking 470
cars, at Shiodome, near Shimbashi Station, accommodating 464 cars, and at
Nihombashi Honmachi, Chuo-ku, which parks 300 cars; and two privately owned
and operated parking spaces at Marunouchi, in front of the Tokyo Station, big
enough to park 520 cars, and at Toyama, which parks 843 cars.
According to the Metropolitan Government! Capital City Development
Bureau, Tokyo needs to be equipped with spaces to park about 63,000 cars.
However, the citys parking lots, including both government-operated and private-
ly owned, at present can handle only about 27,500 cars, or less than a half of
l the actual requirement. .
Import-Export
J^URING 1963, Japan imported 600 dogs from around the world at a total cost
of ¥80 million, and imported ¥70 million worth of tropical fish. The impor-
tation of postage stamps for collectors rose greatly in 1963 over 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.
All in all, a pretty fascinating year of importing and exporting wed say.

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