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ROCKY MOUNTAIN
J I H 0
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1964 NO. 116
Depositors' Clains Mill Be Settled
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Winners of scholarship awards present
at Mile Hi JACL award dinner and dance at Albany were from left:
Clayton Satow from Colorado Springs, the $200 Cathay American Legion
Post award; Shirley Kishiyama, $100; Wesley Wada, $250 Mile Hi
JACL Harry Sakata Memorial Award; Carol Kawakami, and Henry
Kusumi, $100. Shirley, Carol and Henry receive the JACL awards.
Photo by Tom Masamorl._________________________
Service Held For Accident Victia
Nursing Scholarship
The Rev. Jonathan Fujita, of
Simpson Methodist Church, upon
the request of Mr. and Mrs. Ch-
yozo Shimizu of Kobe, performed
the funeral service for their son,
Hiroshi, 26, last week at the Howe
Mortuary in Boulder.
He was killed in an auto acci-
dent a week ago Sunday when his
car crashed into a concrete abut-
ment on the Valley Highway at W.
46th Av. His companion, Haru-
masa Ito, 30, is recovering from
serious injuries, at St. Anthony
Hospital. They were both exchange
students at CU. Itos mother had
arrived from Japan to be with her
son.
After the cremation, one of his
sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen
Patten of Boulder, left by plane
with Shimizu's ashes to be taken
to his family. He was studying
commerce. Ito is a physics major.
BICYCLE STOLEN Toshiyuki
Sekine, 22, of Japan paused in town ^TScfln Greeley and the Western
Boulder The Boulder Medi-
cal Society has announced die es-
tablishmentof a scholarship fimd-
tor students entering the nursing
career.
Dr. William TakahashL chair-
____________________________ man of the fund, said the medical
OMAHA, Nebr., JACL activities: society will contribute |200 each
The chapter's annual picnic will 'year for five years for this pur-
be held on July 12. The bowling pose,
officials during the past season in-
cluded Tak Misaki, president; and
Gladys Hirabayashi, treasurer. A
party for elementary, high school
and university graduates was held
at the YWCA. Elementary school
graduates: Julie Takechi and
Michael Matsui; high school: Janie
Takechi, Jeffrey Shlmada, Joyce
Render, and Yoko Ikeo, an ex-
change student from Japan; col-
leges: Bill Kosobud and James
Nakama.
School Honors Mon
ADAMS CITY Kay Noda was
among the students who earned a
3.833 grade point during the last
grading period at Adams City High
ScfexJl.
(/Graduating senior, Jeanette
Kondo received a tuition waiver to
Camera Show Set
By profession, Tokutaro Tanaka
is a camera dealer in Urawa, near
Tokyo. By personal inclination,
he is a photographer; and by pre-
ference, he snaps pictures of eg-
rets in their natural setting, near vi CaUa/v 1
pools and quiet streams, WTOKilKJ OWfflQOX
The Allen Property Custodian's
office of the justice Department
in Washington, D.C., is preparing
to begin mailing checks about July
20 to about 3,000 claimants against
pre-World War II Sumitomo and
Yokohama Specie Banks. These
depositors' claims against the
banks were settled by a Federal
District Court approval of a com-
promise.
The Custodian's office, which
mailed to claimants last March
letters covering this arrangement,
learned that many were undeliver-
able. In this region, the office is
seeking the whereabouts of the
following:
Tooru and Reiko Furukawa of
530 18th St. and jutaro Yama-
moto of 437 W. Colfax ave., Ta-
kiko Matsutani Handa of Lincoln,_
Nebr.; and Kenji Itahara of Ft.
Lupton.
If these persons are deceas-
ed, their heirs must notify the
Alien Property office. If they left
no heirs, or the heirs cannot be
BRIDGE Doug Hashii and Jack
Larkin, East-West, second, at the
Montview Bridge Studio.
found by January 1, 1965, the
checks will be returned to theU.S.
Treasury Department, according
to the Wash., D.C., JACL office.
Historian
Pinehurst Country Club was the
setting of the recent installation
luncheon of theDenver Association
of Educational Secretaries. Offi-
cers who were installed included
Julia Kamura, as historian. She is
a secretary in the Denver Public
School administration's classified
office personnel division. It hires
secretaries and clerks for the
administration.
The association has 400 mem-
bers. A fashion show was featured
at the luncheon. Guests were mem-
bers of the Board of Education.
last week-end, enroute to New
York City. He expects to return
home via Europe.
The tourist, who left the west
coast early in May, had been bi-
cycling. When it was stolen in Salt
Lake City, he bought a motorcycle.
Vice President
Alamosa Ann Fujimoto, a jun-
ior at Alamosa High School, was
elected vice president of student
body and chosen assistant editor
of "The Alamosan'*.
She was tapped into Quill &
Scroll; was chosen Color Bearer;
received the Citizenship Award and
an award for outstanding work as
Student Councilsecretary.Annwas
tapped into National Honor Socity .
beginning of her sophomore year
and received the Honor award at
the end of the same year. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Y.
Fujimoto.
State College in Gunnison and the
$100 Future Teachers of Amer-
ica grant.
School awards were made to
Evelyn Uno, orchestra accompan-
ist; Larry Goto, the **K" award;
Thelma Kondo, social studies.
BRIGHTON Karen Tazawa at
South Junior High and Norma Mu-
rata at North Junior High receiv-
ed the Philip Wade American Le-
gion Post awards as outstanding
freshmen.
GREELEY RichTaziri receiv-
ed the College High School letters
for his participation in football,
wrestling and baseball.
Ranch Organized
Wellington A farming and
ranching establishment to be known
as the Box Elder Sheep Company,
it was reported, has been organiz-
ed by Sam Matsuda, Toshi Mat-
suda and Mamoru Matsuda.
The visitor will explain his
photographic art at the Japan Cam-
era Show this Saturday and Sunday
at the Hilton HoteL It Is sponsor-
ed by the camera division of the
Japan Light Machinery Informa-
tion Center and the Japan Camera
Industry Association. MakotoMori
of the information center will be
with Tanaka at the show.
TO FAR EAST BUI and Alice
Hosokawa departed June 15 for
Japan. Mrs. Hosokawa will re-
turn in three weeks, while her
husband will go on to visit For-
mosa, Indonesia and other Pacific
southeast Aslan countries.
Coating Events
Sat., June 27, evening, Simpson
Bridge Club session, at the church.
Sun., Juse 28, Denver Judo
School picnic; location to be an-
nounced
Boulder For the fifth year,
Mrs. J, Y. Sano came out re-
cently to the International Cobk-
ing School, donned her apron, gath-
ered her utensils, and demonstrat-
ed her specialty.
Her specialty was the art of mak-
ing suki yaki. Her intent audience
was composed of Caucasian wo-,
men students. Mrs. Sano took time
out from her work at th* Milcdo
Gift Shop downtown.
The Boulder matron and her
husband, who is employed at the
Johnson Publishing Co., have three
children, a son and daughter at
CU and a younger daughter who is
attending classes at Boulder High
School.
TRY ZARU SOBA
Mandarin Cafe is featuring a
favorite summer menu item -
zaru soba. The restaurant's pro-
prietor, Fumio Tanl, who return-
Xuea Tun. 30-S.L, July 4,18th recently from vacation In Los
pi___..i National JACL Camn- Angeles, brought back with him
tloo at Sheratoo-CadlUac Hoel In 30 new Japanese records to be
played for the patrons.
THE FORMER Hazel Tomiko
Watada of Ft. Lupton and Robert
M. Takeda of Rocky Ford were
married in die service performed
at the Tri-State Buddhist Church.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Matajiro Watada and Mr. and Mrs.
Kentaro Takeda.
fwlWHvf
Detroit.
Thurs., July 2, dinner for Mrs.
Tel Sato, Nippon clothing design-
er, and her pupils at the Interna-
tional House sponsored by theDen-
ver-Takayama Committee.
Mon., July 6, 7:30 p*m., Nippon
dance program and fashion show
at city library's Wyer auditorium.
Sun., July 19, 7 p.m Colo.
Nisei Basketball League benefit
movie at Buddhist Church.
Sun., July 26, Simpson Church
picnic.
Thurs., Aug. 13-15, Denver-Ta-
kayama Sister Cities Festival.
Benefit Show
A successful season for players
and teams but less so for die
Colorado Nisei Basketball Lea-
gue's treasury. The league's win-
ter season of play closed April 17.
To bolster the treasury, the lea-
gue will sponsor a benefit movie'
at Buddhist Church Sunday, July
19. The League's Pres. Ken Ta-
gawa is in charge of die movie.
Missionary On Furlough Divides His Tiae
the former Fumiko Onada of Seat-
tle, who rarely experiences lone-
OUTSTANDING RECORD CITED Carol Jitsuda, graduating senior
at Westminster High School, received plaque presented by Dale Zim-
merman, manager of World Savings and Loan Association. Award was
made In recognition of senior college preparatory student who made out-
standing record In high school. Carol's activities included secretary
of her sophomore and junior classes, head girl of the school.
Thornton A missionary from
Sendai, Japan, preached the ser-
mon the other Sunday at the Im-
manuel Orthodox Presbyterian
Church. He was die Rev. George
Y. Uomoto, 43, formerly of Seat-
tle.
Under the denominational aus-
pices a missionary in Sendai since
1951, he has been on a one-year
furlough since last September*
This autumn he returns to his
mission overseas where he first
learned the Japanese language
from scratch. Meanwhile, his home
is in Abington, a Philadelphia sub-
urban community, where his family
resides.
The Rev. Uomoto is dividing his
furlough period among his study
at Faith Theological Seminary In
Wilmington, Delaware, his visits
to churches of the denomination,
and his family.
Temporarily heading the house-
hold during his absence is his wife.
liness. For with her at home are
their 10 children, Lois, 16; Calvin,
14; Estelle, 12; Murray, 11; Earl,
10; Faith, 7; Ruth, 6; Hope, 5;
Grace, 4; and finally, Joyce, 3.
The Rev. George Y. Uomoto
BULK RATE
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DENVER'GOLO*
PERMIT RO J5g


NCNBl Baseball Season Under Wayl:'"
Brighton tripped Welby 3-1 in 'T' ("* *
the 1964 opener of the NCNBL
baseball series June 7.
Actually* the league itself, at
that point, was still in the pro-
cess of getting into shape for the
season. Mile High Merchants, for
example won over the Busseis by
forfeit that day. Meanwhile, Gree-
ley and Ft. Lupton mutually agreed
to postpone their game for that
day for lack of adequate team or-
ganization and practices. The
teams also agreed to play that
game on either July 5 or July 19.
Cgames Soheduled^
The NCNBCs'schedule for base-
ball games In the first round:
June 23 Greeley* vs. Bussel,
Welby vs. Mile HI Merchants (M-
HM) at E. 37th Av. and Clayton
St., 1:30 p.m.; Brighton* vs. Ft.
Lupton, 1 p.m. (* Indicates home
team.)
July 5, no games scheduled.
July 12 Greeley* vs. Welby;
MHM vs. Brighton at E. 37th Av.
and Clayton St., 1:30 p.m.; Ft.
Lupton* vs. Bussei, 1 p.m.
They Placed In Handicap Tournaaent
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1964 PAGE 2
10 Grand Qualifiers
A trio of players 'were among
those who qualified last week in the
Ten Grand-Added Singles tourney
at Bellevlew Bowl. They are Mas
Kanda of 2762 Fillmore St., Trade
Wlnds-810-172 handicap total and
average; Yoshio Yoshida of 3786
Gilpin SL, Trade Winds-781-164,
and Terry Funayama of 326 Santa
Fe Dr., Bowl-ero-729-152.
HIGH SCORES Ft. Lupton -
High scores from last week's
games; in series for women, Chimi
Dol-475; for men, Sam Okada-
462.
Boulder Among those who plac-
ed in the Colorado State Bowling <
Assn. Handicap Tournament at the
Olympic Lanes:
In the classic singles event, Kaz
Hayashi of Florence-628-$45.
Doubles event, Harry Ida and Hank
Neb of Ft. Lupton-1362-$350;Kiyo
Yokooji and Iwao NIshikawa-1334-
$115; Ichiro Suto and Tom Naka-
yama of Rocky Ford-13l9-$99;
Dave Melton and Clarence Yo-
shida of Alamosa-1285-$6l.S0;
Fred Nishimura and Jon Tetley of
Rocky Ford-1259-$24.35.
Singles event, Nishimura of
Rocky Ford-674 for $33.25; Hen-
ry Hara of Denver-66l-$l2.35,
Slug Nakagawa of Denver-659-
$11.80, John Kiyota of Ft. Lupton-
654-$11.07, Jack Yago of Kersey-
649-$10.25.
MORE SCORES from the Boulder
handicap event:
In tiie hdcp. all events, Rocky
Ford's Fred Nlshimura-1888-
$9.25. In scratch all events, Ken
Matsuda-1850-$25; Jack Yago-
1789-$11; George Shioya of Boul-
der-l779-$8.
ALAMOSA Steve Kawanabe of
Sierra Grande High School is one
of four students from San Luis
Valley who were chosen to attend
the science lecture series at
in Boulder June 7-10. The ses- "REPORTED
sion is sponsored by the American
Association for the Advancement of
Science and the National Science
Foundation.
MEMBERS of the Denver Japanese Seventh Day Adventist Church
visited the U.S. Air Force. Academy last Spring. From left; Donald
Goto, Rev. Kim, Sumi Teshima, Jane Aoyagi, George Han and infant
daughter, Elder Alfred Okohira, Marlene Yamada, Joyce Aoyagi, Set-
end suko Takeno, Charles Moon, Mrs. Emiko Moon, Gijiro Takeno, Mrs.
CU Gloria^mn, Mrs. Alfred Okohira.
- Births
reported by the
27th
SCRATCH TRIO In the Tues-
day Nite Summer Scratch Trio
series on June 9 Mats Ito's
three-game avg. 177-2, 553 pins,
high game-228, high series-533.
BOWLING NOTES In the
Strike-A-Lite tourney at the
Bowl-ero, Terry Funayama-757.
1000 CLUB v MEMBER San
Francisco National JACL head-
quarters reported that Dr. Ayako
Wada of Denver was among those
who J renewed their membership
for the third year. She was among
the 69, nationally, who renewed
their memberships during the sec-
ond half of April.
boys were
Tokiro Mukaikubos of 701
st., and the John Todorokls of 2330
Paris st. in Aurora.
- For the
Ronald S. Takahashis of 1621 1/2
Fairfax St., a boy.
HOSP FTALIZED At the Ala-
mosa Community Hospital, Mrs.
Tsumo Uyeda; at the Brighton
Community Hospital, Fujiyo Ta-
shiro.
WESTMINSTER Bob A. Nogu-
chi purchased the property, it was
reported, at 8260 Louise Dr.
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Wednesday, June 2U, ig64
Rocky Mountain Jiho Page 3
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I Flower Drum Song and
| Shangri-La on Broadway, and
! Leilani, a hul a dancer and singer
j from Hawaii, co-star in a Hawaiian
Festival
show that
Japan.
is touring
A lion crosses the patch of the
lion bus as it enters through the
narrow entrance into the man
made jungle. A steel shutter closes
the gate immediately after the bus
passes through
CREAM PIES
Bargain Circus
14-oz.
$1.
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Lemon.
CHEDAR CHEESE * 49<
Best Buy. Random Weight Pkgs.
YOUNG TURKEYS - S3*
This years new crop. U.S. Dept, of Agric. Inspected and Grade
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Golden Nugget Hams 85*
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