The New Canadian

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Title: The New Canadian

Full text: 〖a, "A羽 Chiropridピ into ほ汰621-據l o國ons 0 PfiOn,姊9?rf Yoリr How ugh Lirodci 加tin豕 いAve. Eat In Japanese Giftwarc^ own Icet :ingston-:BA) 、むnほrio 1261-7040 0 A,M.»« まCouise ildren years fat operaMI dwarcU xha rth Ave* | Inrol to^ :肺ika说Rljiir (Niles幽 B》KAY TATEISHI ,、、,——Liiiten to the sigli of the wind in the ,,,.,M"Utate in a Zさn Buddhist temple .ぺぐぃ'-a!".'、、ng er〉?tomeHr.s'…Commune 、vith ■ .:、、 and.:\n'iinge themlike the masters do..,. にづ:、l!aWehaik'a poemsinspircd by flutter" V ぃu、 piUer-paUerofraimh'ot)s, :u.iiし"に;:'ivcひmmendations, including a :'::,")、"-i^iesta, made recently.by a Japanese :ム'hM:uふthink tank specialists and govem-、、.!u、 insiミt the Japanese do'not know :v!av ami cm勿'their leisure, 'ィUit、 rocommendations ' ■ are' as .old as .the に;:ぺhe: people, ■ the e,perts.say, .ignore, are i、K m.luハでforgottenもhe philosophy ofleisure in their rush forrdaxation and enjoyment in Japan's iiffluent society. "Kamikazele"ure" is the way the influentialmiiltト million circulation new»pa^r A»ah id escribes the boom that'ha6 hit'postwar Japim.' TTiere's so miK,:i.'rejah'* (leisure), supporte^i by wel!-lincd、valletんthat tho J;u、auese now fan sample the luxuries ami pleasures of tU、、vestcm world and saVor:the flo、、、"'si im(i kUosyrK'ra<?"、i< of a sophisticated There's tnu'elspoHs,..fashion and eii.terUin-ment, fuk画ure schools .ami hobbies. But,..the 'Asahi ccm-. tinues, "We do m、tkm、、v how to play. Although n、ernej' .anォleisure r"'ぃ.rtH^ui:Mt,、s for play, they are '"ot 'sufficient for fullenjoyment, of oneVidle hours,Is. there not a n«ed for what might be termed the apirlti»f play — a peaceful mind? U Mem a the "|»ftiieM type oflebure at pre柳t islackh^ in this pKilwPl)iiy of With work-hours movinff towmrd a fiv"ay week 、vith continuing pay increase«, the «ver«<« Jap*nMe is rio、v advancing on what theぐritiai describei> the three C's of modem Uving: prival* color tele* vision sets, and airconditicminfi: Units while theyoungcr general.icm 'prefers what critics describe as the. threさ SV: speed,,'sex am! sU5pens4v Th<^ J翁pftn沐e now enjoy an ftw"g« "nee tint, of 3 hours 36 minutes for weekdays; 4 hours 7 mtnutes (Continued m Pact 8> SIKIYAKI" ドまtit'al Japanese r冊kbook多1.65 1.XXXn — No.19 ,he漁咖G加a幽an An Independent Or讽n forConcuiians of J0ponese Origin FRlDAY, :MARCH10,1972 "A CHILD m PRI柳 CAMP* By SH则YK T A KASH 111A ,7.95 WITH POSTAGB Toronto, Ont. The Cherry Blos幼m Kamikaze Pilot,s Flower HISA!SHI UNO T01、、'a — Of aUぉpai?ese ト)"ゃrミ.乂'heiTy. .bloぉo】〗は:have u、 s!〗'"'ft、!?tli.Yes: :'T!':;'.'」。i、n:aUy, the : Jai)anese "iVvぃvilosいgifted ■ and. nlost ?.:uに;"ilpwpl:e, also. ^ (Remonstrated alapk of如nsi;tiyity and understanding for., the:'feelings of others". He no ted Flood was a good/paramedic, but.his apparent lack of sensitiVはy "seriously interferes with the image of the MGdic:IproffT?mi"に': Matsushita Japan、 Top Money Co. TOKYO. — Met earn inおof :^26.large, firms capitalized '.at lOOmillioi)yen (325,000 dollars) or more for their —last semiannual b.iu;i.npss. period' ending JsTo, ャemberlast.• year increa—'13.1. per cent to 201,205 million yen (G53 million d6Hars) from the ■•preceding..-period, the. tax .admi-nistlotion: agency 'reported Wednesday. The (locia red 'income (in millions ofヌen) of the "Top10" earners follow: 1. Matsushita "Electric Industrial Company 54,503 2. Tovota Motor Co. 45,583 3. Kajima C6rporation12,712 4. Matsushita Electric Works Limited 8,576 5. Shn'seido Compkaliy 6,520 6. Dai Nippon Printing Co. 4,782 7. To to Kiki Company 4, 354 8. NationalCash Register Co. (Japan) "90 9. Sanyo Ele^ric Co, 3,73S 10. Brother Industries Limited 3^1 Matsushita Electric IndustHai zoomed-,to .the'top position, re-placing ToyゅMo tor.'by incrtas-ing iはnet earnings 2«3 times. Now Family Reveals Writer Suicide K IT A KYUSHU. Ashihei Hino, noted novelist, who died 12 years ago at the age of 53 reportedly of a heart attac,ズ, committed suicide with an overdose o-f sleeping pi"s, it was revealed by h:.s family recently. According to Masao Tamai, 60, professor at a junior college and a .vounger brother of the lat« novelist, th^幼ici^ie was confirmed by a diaryleft by the writer. The diary sak! he h*d been worried about his faiTn豕heah:i and noted he had alreadyleft a coupl* ofl-ndraark wrorks in th« h is to IT Off Japan Me m怖-tore and deserved deadL Hino, whose realname was KatsUnori Tamai, suffersi from cerebralthrombosis* Ox rth« day before his deqth— Jan. 24,1960 — he wrote that he was goin^ to kill himself. Hino is noted amon^ othen for a triology on thelife of «0レ ffiers includmg "Wheat and Soldier." The TioTeHst*isons had hidden the story of* his sakide in coosi* deration of Hi no,, mother and wife, who trerv physically trcftlu The mother died soon after the suicide auid the wife died J饥 24, boditiAsvare of the of Bhw', 4e«^ Announcement of Okazaki's .'selection for .'the'.Viscount' Ben画 niett; :a、vard was, made recently in Montebello, Que" during the mid-wiiitei" -::meeting :of the council of the Canadian .Bar Association. Is Sot. Yokoに Japan's Mo St Eligible Man? TOKYO. Japanese sym- pathizers haVe donated more than多17,000 to ShoichiY<*oi, 56, former Japanese .Imperial Army sergeant who recently turned ■ to.'Tokyo, after 28 .years of hWing in the Guam junglぉ, officals rep5)rlcd, recently. Officials of a Tokyo hospital, where.Yokoi is nO、v recupemting,-told, news men Yokoi has received a humber ofletters of aympathy and encoura^e欣ntT which contained a totalof$n,172»«0. Major Japanese', newspftpers. and radio>television stations线lso said they have received donation., in cush and cbedcs for Yokoi. A hospitalspokesnuuisaid theino~ ney was expected to be forwarded to伪c former soldier throuKb appropriate channels w«aett lurre "fercd to —wry Yoko" » Mtire of )ifago" in centrad Jap ah« «m foond ia • jvn^ l»y two Goamttians J饥 汰retamtf to Tokyo狄 もsayinfflie wanted to ^ is die jvnig)es ntlwr ttea «ima4> cr toはImps after «r曹orid War 11 柳7t, "PTIOW Y处 t"卯84Ut St.怖 l級Ob, "晰 励ACS ToUT 打at K:k to "-3290ぁ ,_! II: ュ 理w* 料 沐£ 誌

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