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Granada pioneer, October 31, 1942

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Title:
Granada pioneer, October 31, 1942
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
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Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Amache
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 2

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University of Florida
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Dr. Gerald A. Duffy,
faief medical officer of
die Projedt, was eleoted
president of the Prowers
county medical society at
a meeting held in the?Max-
well House in Lamar, iPiday,
Oct. 23.
The medical.society is
comprised of members from
.Kiowa, Baca and Prowers
counties in Colorado.
FETE TOTS
All youngators from 2 to
15 years of age have been
invited to the Halloween
party in their own dining
halls by the. Project Mess
division today.
CASH GOES
TO RESIDENTS
t< Distribution of the WRA
clothing allotment to each
individual of the .CenteCr
will "begin on or about
November 15" aocording to
Henry Halliday, administra-
tive officer.
The exact date will de-
pend upon the completion
of payroll accounting for
August and September. Pay-
ments for August begin
next week-.
Allotment will be u-
sually made in oash though
in some instances new cloth-
ing will be issued.
WORKERS TO
GET APPAREL
Special clothing is to
be issued next week to gar-
bage collectors, truck
drivers, farm laborers and
others who work out of
doors, Ralph Mitchell, prop-
erty officer., revealed.
The type of* clothing
distributed depends upon
the nature of the job. The
approval of the department
head is required before
individuals get them.
Overcoats, jackets, pants,
overalls, and gloves are to
be given out. This distri-
bution is not to be con-
fused with the WRA cloth-
ing allotment, Mitchell
said.
Special grants of extra
clothing will be made to
needy families following
an investigation according
to instructions reoeived
from the Social welfare de-
partment, This will have
no bearing on garments re-
ceived through the WRA.
Forms are available at
Room Three South Adminis-
tration Building, f >r those
wishing special qaes of
clothing not listu*..
AIM
wmm
Thirty women of the Cen-
ter met at the 7H Reorea-
tian hall Thursday and under
the chairmanship of Mrs, C.
Kanasawa laid plans for the
formation of a federation
of women residents to dis-
ouss and* attempt to solve
the problems whioh arise
in their field.
Another meeting will be
held at the same place
Thursday, 10'a.m., at v&ich
time Project Director James
Lindley will speak. It was
urgently requested by Mrs.
Ksnazawa that two women from
each side of every block be
selected to represent their
district gathering. However
non-selectees are welcome,
she stated. She hoped that
both issei and nisei will
attend.


Page 2 .------,--------
BAN SALE
OF LIQUOR
No firewater for'Amache
Japanesel
The Lamar oity oounoil
has passed a resolution
prohibiting the sale of
intoxicating liquor to res-
idents of the WRA Projeot.
Ordinanoe 320 specifies
that the owner of any liq-
uor store or .restaurant
violating the ordinance
shall be subject to uah-
oellation of his license.
Any person confined and
at liberty temporary with-
in the oity of Lamar, who
purchases intoxicating liq-
uor- will be arrested and
if conviotod will be de-
livered to WRA authorities
for such action as they
may. determine*
, The prohibition beoame
effective Oct, 1Q*>. ;
GRID, VOLLEY
PLANS MADE
High school, sport activ-
ities were getting their
final brush-up this weekend
in preparation for the in-
tramural program to start
in the near future. The
boys, supervised bj? Coach
Hilton Starr;, will play
nine-man football, while
the girls, under tire: guid-
ance of Instructor Martha
Tsuahiya, will concentrate
on volleyball.
Coach Starr expects to
arrange the teams and their
schedules by next week.
About IB teams are expeoted
to fight it out for fchp in-
tramural championship.
Volleyball, is to start
in a week.
.PIONEER.
October 29, 1942
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In an impressive ceremony
at the Methodist, church in
Lamar., Alice Yorimoto, 9K-
90, beoame the bride of
Ralph Nakaraoto, 8K-1E, on
Thursday, Rev, Gabriel S,
Upton officiated,
0
Superintendent, of Edu-
cation Paul j. Terry an-
nounces that school build-
ings will be open each
school day at 8*45 a.m.
Pupils are asked not to en-
ter; sohool rooms before
that time each morning,
*
A Protestant prayer meet-
ing will be held at 7 p.m.
Wednesday inthe 7H recrea-
tion .hall, ,
o
more ,singers, especially
basses and tenors, arc urged
to attend rehearsals, at
7*30 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, of the Granada
Protestant church ohoir.
Center mail .arrives flora
Lamar and .Granada at 9:30
a.m. every day exoept Sun-
day and is delivered in the
morning and afternoon. Out-
going mail leaves the Proj-.
eot at 5 p.m,

Alice Gillespie, instruc-
tor of the second grade,
left Wednesday fbr Boulder,
C.olo,, .where she will be
married Friday,-* Her hus-
band-to-be is employed as
an 'instructor of a naval
languago school. .
o'.
The Projects service
station, at the corner of
6th and Gets, will open
within a week.
Additional classes in
adult education weie re-
vealed by Principal Charles
F, Mul.fo.rd New olasses
that were formed arc paper
flower making, beginning
German, dramatics, and lit-
erature and modern aanmonts.

Amy Mitani, 11H-4F, bc-
aamethe bride of Sgt, Jinmy
Sa.kimoto at noon today in
a simple servioe performe
by Rev. Gabriel S. Upton n,
the Methodist ohuroh in
-Lamar.. ,
The bride plans to live
in Junction City near her
husband who is stationed in
Ft. Riley, Kan. .

Frances Shuck, supervi-
sor qf student teachers,,
returned from Denver Wed-
nesday to resume her. duties
after a few days illness,
A Project danoe for over
100 nisei soloicrs at Ft
Riley,- Kan., is the hop
; of Staff Sgt, Lou Tsunckawa
who- visited Amacho last
week,
Tsunekawa plana to have
the soldiers, who are all
anxious to danoe with nisei
girls again, come to a
-Project dance at which lo-
cal girls are to be host-
esses,

Heavy-boarded males may
now get shaves for 20ccnts,
the Center barber shop said
today. Tho shop, which is
located in the Administra-
tion area, is open from 8
a.m, to 12 noon and 1 to 5
p.m, daily, and 8 a.m. to
12 noon on Saturdays,


Ootober 31, 1942
Into the personality'
parade steps Toshio Shoji,
one of the many Project
timekeepers, better known
to his close friends as
'Skylark."
For the pest two years,
Toshio was doing his share
in the war effort as the
foreman of final assembly
inspection; at the Skylark
Manufacturing, company in
Venice, Calif, -
This plant is a subsid-
iary of the Vultee Aviation
oompany, makers of the fa-
mous Vultee Vengeance dive
bombers used by the US air
force.
During his leisure time,
Shoji repaired planes at
the Metropolitan airport
in Los Angelos. There he
worked on planes owned by
such stars as Tyrone Power,
Richard Arlan, and Jean
Parker.
Shoji possesses such
a .' thorough* knowledge of
airplanes that he can eas-
ily identify the type of
plane by the sound of its
motor.
Upon graduation from
Livingston high school in
1936, Shoji attended a year
at Curtiss-Wright Aoronatio
school, Glendale.
In 1939-40, he wao em-
ployed ,in. the oogins .main-
tenance department by the
Pacific Airmotive Company
of the Union Terminal, Bur-
bank.
Shoji hopes that he may
be able to secure a position
where his knowledge and
skill may be of more value
to the United States.Su-
yeo Sako
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GRID GflfllES SET
FOR UUEEKEDD
A long-sought' touch foot-
ball. leggao opens this week-,
end with two g- mes at the
1QG playground. The infor-
mal league is open to nine-
man teams.
Scheduled for today was
a g£ime between Modesto and
Santa Anita.
Livingston and Sonoma
county clash tomorrow. So-
noma' s offense features the
Shimacu-Miyano-liirooka trio,
while Livingston banks on
quarter back Koe Iiinoki.
30 STUDENTS
INTERVIEWED
Four representatives of
Lamar junior college visi-
ted the Project Wednesday
toiuterview 30 prospective
students, Paul J, Terry,
superintendent of education,
said today.
The representatives were
Director James Buchanan,
Assistant Director Neale
Burch, President of Board
of Regents C.O. Bowman, and
Girls' Adviser Phelps,
The major .problem con-
fronting the college author-
ities is the transportation
to and from tnc junior col-
lege.
The reoresontutives em-
phatically stated that the
oolle,ge was unable to pro-
vide the transportation and
it was up, to the WRA to
solve the problem, Torry
continued.
The tuition fee is $35
a quarter and the interested
students were advised to
enroll in the winter quar-
ter.
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COOPERATIVE
DRAWS 189
One hundred and eighty-
nine students have paid
for membership in the ele-
mentary cooperative store
located at BE-K'i, it was
Reported by adv; or, Irma
L. HcCart, Thurs store
hours are from 8 to 8:55
a.m. and 1 to 1:25 p.m.
The membership cost is
25 cont3 and is opsn to all
elementary students.
Board of directors named
fbr the enterprise includes:
Hasao Kasuike, Betty lliya-
hara, Irene Doi, Alice Wata-
nabe, Jack Moriguchi, Kazuo
'Sagara, Masako Kasai'j Seige
Tamura and Ryo Hiraki.
RFC RE ATI On HEAD
lEAVES CEOTER
The recreation -depart-
ment lost an able leader
with the leaving of Charles
Kamayatsu and his wife for
Denver, They.left the looal
Center Friday to take up
hotel work.
ICamayatsu, former Los
Angeles man, was chairman
of special events uhile at
the Merced assemb center
dnd -was rssportsib" for the
splendid talent night pro-
grams and dances held there.
(TECHAniC JOBS
Sjz or seven experienced
mechanics are 'in- demand at
the Project garage. Quali-
fied persons are asked to
report to Placement office
for interviews.
The evacuee meohanios
are expected to replace the
Caucasian staff.


Page 4--------------------.----------PIONEER______________________October 31, 1942
i4BÂ¥ f8) STATIONS
ARE IN CRERATION
l
Eight baby formula stations are now in operation
throughout the Center, The main station, located at
6G-2D, is open daily between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The
seven substations are open for a half hour every day
except Sunday,
Addresses and hours that each station is open for
servioe are as follows:
6F-7B 8 to 8:30 a.m,; 9E-6B 9 to 9:30 a.m.; 11F-
10F 10 to 10:30 a.m.; 11H-12B 11 to 11:30 a.m.;
8H-8F 1:30 to 2 p.m.; 9K-6B 2:30 to 3 p.m.; 11K-
12E 3:30 to 4 p.m.
Stations are equipped with Gerbers Strained Baby
Food, Gerbers Junior Foods, pablum, Zweibaok, SMk
Powdered Milk, evaporated milk, eggs, and oranges.
'fafruzjk. 1? 0 (8 GO E 8 01
f* * * * * * * *
Published Wednesdays
and Saturdays by the WBA
and distributed free' to
every apartment.
ft
Oski Taniwaki,..Director
Bob Hirano........Editor
Toshio Ninomiya. .Manager
Staff: Masaji Murai,|
Chris Ishii, Suyeo Sako,
Walter Fuchigami, Takakoj
Kusunoki, Jack Ito, Jiro
Sumita, Jaine Oi, Tomoko
Yatabe, Peggy Taniguohi,
Alice Taketa, Joseph Ida.
Editorial offioe: 8Hj
recreation hall, Amache, j
Colo. |
FIRST AID
KITS ISSUED
First aid kits have been
turned over to Ted Tanaka,
chief qf the mess halls,
for distribution to the
mess halls in order that
the public may take advan-
tage of these kits when-
ever first aid treatment
is needed, the Hospital
announoed today.
CHRISTIAN
PUBLICATION
"The Granada Christian
Church News," a temporary
news publication of the
Center's Protestant church
activities, made its first
appearance- this week. The
newspaper contains items on
all phases of the Christian
church here, including Sun-
day program schedules.
PL All TOUCH
GRID LEAGUE
Tentative plans for an
informal touch football
league were released this
week by the Recreation de-
partment, All teams in-
terested are asked to sign
upatthe 7E recreation hall.
Games are to be played
on Saturday and Sunday aft-
ernoons at 2 o'olock.
Pickup teams represent-
ing Modesto and Livingston
fought to a 6-6 deadlock
in an exhibition game a
week ago.
REV. YAMAKA
TO HEAD
FEDERATION
Bev. Yuzuru Yamaka of
the Los Angeles Methodist
ohurch was recently elected
president of the Granada
Christian ohurch, a feder-
ation of all Protestant
churches in the Center,
Bev, Harry Hashimoto of
the Modesto Holiness ohurch
was elected vice president;
K. Nozawa of Los Angeles,
lay vice president; and
Bev. Akira Kuroda, secretary.
ifRCIW.
>Ev4crtr
j PROTESTANT
Sunday school
English service
Xssoi service
Y.P. sorvioe
BUDDHIST
Sunday school
Y.P. service
S.S. teachers'
Adult service
mtg.
Time
8:45 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
10:00 a.m,
7:b0 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
10* 00 am.
11:00 a.m.
2:00 p.m.
COM'
Pec Hall
(/
8H
8H
7H
8H
11G-7G
11G-7G
11G-7G
11G-7G



October 31, 1942
PIONEER
SHOE SHOP.
WILL OPEN
Hie shoe repair shop, lo-
cated at- the 8F reoreation
hall, will open for busi-
ness on Monday, it was an-
nounced by Joseph L. Rogers,
Community Enterprise super-
intendent yesterday.
The shop will open from
8 a.ra. to 5 p.m. on week
days and 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Saturdays,
Prices released arcs
Ions half solos §1.00
Ions hools .40
Ladies* half soles .75
Ladies heels .35
COLLEGE E
DENVER U.
INTERVIEWS
Representatives from the
University of Denver will
be here Wednesday, to meet
with and to interview pros-
pective students.
Hie meeting is scheduled
for 2s30 p.m. at the SH
recreation hall. Hie Uni-
versity of Denver is a pri-
vately endowed,non-sectar-
ian university with a high
academic standing..
OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT
ARRANGEMENTS MADE
"My sole interest in
visiting this Center is to
help the residents relocate
themselves in various sec-
tions of Golorado," stated
James Omura, who Interviewed
more than a 100 applicants
for jobs outside the Pro-
ject.
Oraura, who is the di-
rector of the Paoific Coast
Evacuee Placement bureau,
left for Denver Tuesday to
make final arrangements to
place girls wishing to ob-
tain jobs in private homes,
"At the present, most
calls from employers are
for housework, paying the
current wages of §40 to
§50 per month, Hi is is
just a starter and we are
making every effort to
.broaden the scope of em-
ployment," he explained.
Contrary to rumors, Den-
ver has no our few laws
for Japanese, nor is there
a forbidden zo no. How-
over, the civil service
does not acoept nisei ap-
plicants, according to the
former newsman.
He also stressed the
fact that very little co-
operation was obtained from
the placement office of
this Center. He hoped that
something could be done to
do away with red tape which
the employer and evacuee
must go through before job
clearances can be made.
music PROGRflm
HELD FRIOflUS
Music appreciation pro-
grams, presented by Rev.
Chiaki Kusuhara at his
home, 10II-6D, every Friday
evening, are being attended
by more^han 30 music lov-
ers. Recorded selections
of Beethoven, Mendelssohn,
Tschaikowsky, and other
noted composers are played.
Page 5
EXTENSION
COURSES
Arrangements for exten-
sion courses for Project
residents have been com-
pleted with the University
of Golorado and Colorado
State of Education at Gree-
ley, Education Superinten-
dent Paul J, Terry announced
yesterday.
Negotiations are also
being made with Denver uni-
versity, Terry stated. Rep-
resentatives from the col-
lege are scheduled to visit
the Project for further
discussions with -L.e Center
school authorities,
COIJNCILMEN
HEAR LINDLEY
The structure and plans
of the future Block Repre-
sentatives* oounoil were
discussed at a meeting of
temporary block managers
Thursday at the 7H rsorer
ation hall.
The assembly heard oom-
ments by W. Ray Johnson,
chief of the Community serv-
ice division, and by Masao
Igasaki of the Legal de-
partment.
GIRL RESERVES
PLflfl RflLLy
The Wee Duchesses, Cub-
bettes, Cardinelles, and
other former Gir3 Reserve
club members met. oday, 2
p.m. at 1QH-3A to plan a
rally for high school girls.


PIONEER
rrai/tiNEii
Because of the success
of the goodwill gathering
at Lamar recently, an in-
vitation has been offered
by the Holly Lions Club.
die Recreation depart-
ment has been approached
to flTDifii talent for Holly
businessmen at their meet-
ing on Tuesday.
WARDENS ON
DUTY TON IT E
Every available warden
will patrol the Center pro-
tecting property flraa being
destroyed by vandals in the
spirit* of Halloween, said
Stanley. Adams, chief of
police.
"Damaging property, is
not in good taste, espe-
cially for the duration,
when materials are impos-
sible to replace, and any
act or vandalism will be
regarded as unpatriotic,"
commented the ohief of
police in warning the re-
sidents.
L0.CAL HISTORA
H.E. McKeever, vice pres-
ident and cashier of the
American State Bank at Gra-
nada, was contacted by the
Pioneer to write a feature
story on the history and
interesting legends con-
nected with the A macho
project site..
Banker McKeever, a pi-
oneer of this section has
been handling banking busi-
ness for,local residents
for the past 20 years. He'
is also a notary public.
LOSTEyeglasses in 8F
shower about 10 days ago,
Please return to Shinco
jvlaekawa 8F-5B; Reward.
7
SANTA ANITA
GROUP HERE
One hundred and twenty
peoplec a part of the 700
left in Santa ^.nita as key
personnel,' arrived hero at
5:45 p.m. Thursday and had
their first meal at the 12
G mess hall.
yp m FORum
a forum on the topic,
Uly Iuess on flaking the
.host of Relocation.;" will
feature the young peoples
meeting at 7 p,n, tomorrow
in 8H mess hall. Dr,. Joe
Abe will act as chairman,
and speakers will be La-
fayette Noda, Mrs, A iko
Hori, and Mr. Richard
Suzuki.
IDENTIFY
YOURSELF
Persons wishing to cash
checks must have proper
identifications, such as
social security cards, dri-
vers licenses, draft reg-
istration cards, and alien
registration cards, an-
nounced Henry H, Tsuno, the
Community Enterprise sys-
tems head cashier,
Checks may be cashed from
10 a.m. to 12 noon and from
1 to 4 p,m in the rear of
the variety store.
_________October 31, 1942
HOP DUCATS
STILL SOLD
Tickets are still avail-
able at the 7E or 12F rec-
reation halls for the Hal-
loween Hop in the 811 mess
hall toni^rt beginning at
7:30. An admission price
of 10 cents per couple will
be charged.
The hall has been dec-
orated in the Halloween
motif and a good time is
assured for all those at-
tending. Refreshments will
be sold.
SCHOOL PARTIES
Halloween parties and
socials were held through-
out the Project schools
yesterday.
The senior high students
held their social last night
at Terry hall in Block 8H,
Members on the social
committee were Chairman
Hilton Starr, Louise Good-
son, Grace Lewis, Norman
Pixler, Fred Arimoto, Toshi-
ko Miyakaws,Lynn Cakagaki,
Ernest Yoshida, and Amy
Okazaki.
The elementary, Kinder-
garten, and pre-school nur-
sery pupils er.joyed Hallow-
een parties in their class-
rooms in the afternoon.
The teachers of juhior
high school sponsored a
social for their students
yesterday afternoon' from
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
The party was split into
three groups.
LOST--A bronze pin with
inscription: "Albuquerque
District 1841, US. Engi-
neers Department." Please
return to newspaper office.


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Suzuki, Ilr. & Mrs. J.
Innate, Takco
Tanaka, Eldcn Tsutomu (7)
Tsutsu'i, Y.
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Kagimotc, T.
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Tcrarnoto, Helen
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address with block, building, and apartment number with Amacho, Colo.
Ploaso notify any change cf address to the Post .Offioc immediately.


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