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Granada pioneer, November 26, 1942

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Title:
Granada pioneer, November 26, 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
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 9

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University of Florida
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Auraria Membership

Aggregations:
Joseph H. McClelland Collection

Full Text
Give thanks? For what?
November 261942
DIKECTOR IN-
STATEMENT
G?o help relocate evacuees
outside the center and to
place qualified workers in
essential center positions
tne WEa will launch a sup-
plementary oenais here soon.
Project Director James G.
Lind ley d isolos ed today.
!The text of his messages
To tile Residents of Amache
During tbe past weeks
you have jBrtioipated in a
census aid o g ouj^tional
survey which v;as entered
ia a form known as WRA 26.
At that time there was
little information available
concerning the purposes of
the interview beyond the
obvious one of providing
a basic record for every
continued on page 2
OFFICES CLOSE
Gliaaksgiving Day will be
observed tomorrow in. the
For those who strive to keep up our faitli in the canter, according to Mai-
four freedoms. coin: E. Pitts, acting re-
Por friends who are sincere in their professions to gional director*
aid us. All V/BA offices will be
Fox opportunities of permanent rQlooation that have
and will continue to come up.
For organisatious, too numerous to mention, that are
working to knock dcmn misoonoeptions and fom fair
community attitudes.
For administrators who want to ooiue in and live and
eat mth us so tiiat they may tatter or for our welfare.
For clear-sightednesg that enables us to see that
the obstacles ve face are xio t too ^roat; that tliey oaxi
be overcome by earnest effort,
Give thanks? Yes, for ail these things and morel
NEW
In a new effort to ^olve
the aoute coal problan, the
assembly suggested the re-
oraiting of volunteer haul-
ors from workers who have
recently returned from the
outside. The plan of al-
ternating two weeks of coal
hauling with contract work
was a band one d as being dis-
ruptive to personnel.
EUmt-out electria light
globes sxidi fuses must be
turned in at the luaiticQnanoe
office in Warehouse 5 or
at block managerfs offices
in order to obtain new
globss5 anaounoes Project
Director James G-, Lindley.
Essential materials can be
salvaged from the old globes
and fuses 9 Lindley points
out, and it is necessary
that none be destroyed.
closed at noon, and divi-
sion heads wishing to grant
those of their staff a full
day1 s absence may do so,
mo YOUTHS
CONVICTED
Two youths who attempted
to assault a block aianager
aad resist the polioe were
taken to Lamar ivlonday and
oonfined in the oounty jail.
In regard to this case,
PDiioe Chief II. Tomlin-
son stated, mJ]e hope that
hereafter we will not have
to take matters of tills
kind outside the center and
urge the cooperation of
tHe people with the police
departmont and tha block:
mamgora.,f
'vG aro open to Bay sug-
gestions from the community"
Tomlinaon concluded.


Page 2.
.FIOIIEEH.
GRANADA PIONEER
Published Wednesdays Saturdays l?y the WRA and
distributed free to every apartment- Editorial of-
fices PIONEER "building, Arncche, Colo*
'Joe McClelland, adviser Oski Tanxwaki, director
'Bob Hirano, editor Dave Sugirau, chief translator
Staffs Jack Ito, Toinoko Yatabe, Jaine Oi, Alice
Taketa, Joseph Patrick Ide, Tsugime Akaki, G-ecrge
Hamamoto, John Tsuruta, Masaji Murai, Christopher
IsMi, Harry Ioka, Edith Kodama, Kyo Hirano, Hoy Ha-
ma ji, Suyeo Sako, Walter Fuchigsmi, Jiro Suiuita, Khan
Komai. Takako Xusunoki.
.Nc v sk!!j er 1942
x p I a n a t i n
Last weekfs editorial on comic "bodks, pulps, and
the ^annoying person1' who orders iihen, raised quite a
rumpus around here.
To the "annoying person, who turned out to "be a
pretty nice fellow really, our apologies. He explained
-that he orders good periodicals, but the eventsthe
Colorado News company.;ust send anytMiog they had op
hand, usually their own 'brand of pulpy and comics.
To his friends, who came around to speak on his
behalf, applause for their loyalty*
To the Colorado News corapsny,
low literature is sa,\esworbhy as
money, and to those who continue to
tack of our hand. '
to those who.think
long as it makes
'buy the stuff, the
In the Nov,18 issue of
our paper tnere appears an
editorial, ,fWe Donft Like
Him-" It is 'our opinion
that the editorial section'
as well* as any*other part
of our'paper should not Tdg
used for such slanderous
statements as the one in
question.
' It is our opinion that
the reading matter on. sale
in our store is comparable
with, that type of reading
matter sold in any average
American ciunity*
Although the reading mat-
ter on sale may not be
strictly suited for the
super -intellects, neverthe-
less, the selection has
such literature as it seems
the editors -would like our
store to carry, as well as
the general run of popular
weekly magazines as life,
Colliers, Post, Comics,
and pulp magazines.
Let s not kid ourselves.
All of us are not super-
intellects and as a result
we like to read the type
of literature which the
average man likes to read*
'Therefore, if this paper-
is the voice of this com-
munity, let fs have the
policy clean and above the
THE EDITOR
m DESIROUS OF' FAIR PLAY
TO THE EDITOR;
It cost $1.50 to have
shoes repaired* Fifty cents
is charged for material
and one dollar for labor-
This price is too much to
pay in view of the measly
wage we receive.
If this is to "be the
case,we could ge oux shoes
fixed in Lamar much cheaper
and quicker
A PROJECT WORKER
TO THE EDITOR:
Thanks for tixe copy of
tile Oranada PIONFER sent
me this week. We enjoyed
reading it and found it
very interesting.
MRS. W111 SI 1ST
EARTlxJdl, COLOIUDO
TO THE EDITOR:
Receivedtoday your most
enlightening newsp aper.
We enjoyed every line of
it* Thank you greatly..
We would like to sub.-
scribe to yoiir Granada
PIONEER so please send In-
formation regarding the
subscription.
*" TSHHY "ACE IRIE
SUB CRUSTY11 MI IKE
SOISQUA, 3. C.
MORE, N ...
LINDLEY-S
STATEMENT
continued from page 1
individual.
In view of the definite
recognition of relocation
as the primary goalof WRA.,
this census assumes an ex-
tremely important new func-
tion. Effective relocation
hinges very often on satis-
factory placement and such
placement will depend on
the information recorded
on WRA 26.
The V/ar Relocation au-
thority plans to initiate,
within the near future, a
Vigorous, Active job-seeking
programon a.national "basis#
Unless e.know what albility,
training- and experience is
availa^e among the resi-
dents of the various cen-
ters ,such a program would
prove a mere gesture
Therefore, in the final
analysis, r e location is
dependent upon the indivi-
dual concerned. The WRA
can provide the channels
and the*machinery, but it
is only wita the intelligent
cooperation of each indivi-
dual / that our purpose can
"be accomplished
For those whose interest
lies primarily within the
project,, the census is
equally important. Self-
sufficiency is a necessary
aim of the project, and
with the increased shipping
difficulties,.more and more
v/e shall have to find and
develop among ourselves,
thQ. things we need* By
piecing qualified workers
in essential jobs, we can
attain this end to some ex-
tent To find qualified
workers, again we need de-
tailed information as re-
quired on WRA. 26.
In' the light of these
newly disclosed purposes
of WRA 26, a group of in
tervie?/ers will re-visit
each 1'block on a schedule
which will "be announced in
advancee vie know that in
keeping with the fine spirit
of cooperation which you
have damonstrated again
and again in many of our
common problems, you will
work with the interviewers
and with me to achieve the
^irst step towards a com-
mon goal.
J. a. Lindley
Project Director


___PIONEER__________Page 3
imtmm
November 25,1942____
ging Presents
pecialTalent
Special talent will be
presented., during the com-
munity si.n-hour on Friday
from 7 to 9 p.m. in 11G
recreati.o-hall. Sunny
Kondo will be in charge.
Electric irons may be
used only in laundries,
oenter engineers announced
recently.
Other rules issued by
the engineers
1.Two smaller bulbs
Ladies Honor
Escort Guards
Through the efforts of
Father Mi cheel Maher of
Holly $nd 75 ladies from
Holly, Bristol, and Lamar,
who contributed home-ms3e
pies, rugs, pictures, mag-
azines, and a piano, the
335th Escort Guard company
stationed here enjoyed a
housewarming in their new
recreation hall last week.
The evening wss high-
lighted by Cpl. Melvin
Cain*s ukelele numters,
community singing, and danc-
ing.
MUSIC LEADERS
VISIT PROJECT
Gus Jackson and Frank
King, Denver guests of Her-
bert K. Walther, principal
of the junior hi£h. school
visited the PIONEER office
last week.
Jackson is executive
secretary of the Colorado
Instrumental Directors as-
sociation and director of
music of tlie Arvada public
schools. King is president
of the King Music company
in Denver through whom in-
struments for the project
Inspecting the communi-
cation facilities, hospi-
talization, and the con-
struction work of the proj-
ect, six officials from
Headquarters, Western De-
fense Command and Fourth
Army in San Francisco made
a tour of inspection Sat-
urday.
CH I1ENCS
'^ou are all *pioneers
of brotherhood% and as such
jnust endure hardships far
greater than the material
obstacles that confronted
the pioneers who originally
relocated here.11
Such was the predominant
theme of a challenging
Thanksgiving message de-
livered by Dr. Frank Herron
Smith, chairman of the Pa-
cific Coast Wartime Japanese
Service committee, at the
morning worship service of
the Granada Protestant
church Sunday# Rev. Harry
Hashimoto presided at the
meeting held in Terry hall.
Elaborating, Dr. Smith
steted that the barren
land's, marauding Indians
and crude living conditions
of the Pilgrim fathers were
as nothing compared to the
prejudices, discriminations
and like hurdles facing
the nisei today* The nisei,
he added, can nevertheless
become pioneers In ano.ther
sense; namely, in helping
to bring atout a universal
feeling of brotherhood
among peoples*
In that regard, he
stressed the importance of
relocating the nisei into
communities outside evacu-
ation centers, thereby af-
fording them an opportunity
to demonstrate their loyalty
and desire to help in the
v;ar effort.
Pecord Hour
Honors Issei
Everybody in the center
is invited to attend the
Japanese record hour, 7
p.ra* Saturday, at the 11F
mess hall, revealed Terry
Mae Murakami, of the rec-
reation departments issei
division, yesterday. Both
popular songs end old fav-
orites will "be played.
Classic Dance
Studies Begin
Sign-ups for a class in
interpretive and "ballet
foundation, will be taken
"between 4and 5 p*m* Friday
in the 6E recreation hall,
according to the recreation
department.
Mrs, Amy Sato, dance
creator and meraber of Teiko
Itos dance group, will in-
struct the class- She pre-
fers girls over 12 yeera
old,the recreation depart-
merit said..
'^ENTEK-ENGINEERS ISSUE
ELECTRICITY 'flEGUlATIONS
schools were secured.
AKMY OFFICERS PAY VISIT
may be used to replace the
100-watt bulbs in each unit.
2. Residents must not
use their own fuses to re-
place those placed in the
fuse boxes "oy engineers#
3* Electric stoves may
"be used tetv?een the hours
of 5 and 9 p.m* only*
4* Line troubles should
be reported immedietely to
l5lock representatives, and
children should be kept
eway from broken lines.
F WAGES
BUY STAMPS
Tw ent y-year-old James
Eozuma, formerly ,of Yuba
City, who came to the center
with the advance volunteer
crew from the Merced assem-
bly center was the first
to get his August pay of
fl.60 Monday in the PIONEER
"building.
It will probably go *fco
buy War Savings stamps,"
Kozuxna stated as he care-
fully put the money into
his billfold.
Scouts Call
For Mere Men
Scout leaders as well as
boys interested in scouting
are urged to jointhe center
organization by Aki Yoshi-
mura, executive secretary.
He also announces that the
next district scout meeting
wiaicia was. to "be held ^ to-
morrow xigs "been postponed.
The group included Col#
H. D. Crall, Iviedical Corp;
Lt. Col. Joseph Price, Ml-
itary Police Ivlajor John
R. Shsrp, Engineer Corp;
Capt. Robert Peterson,
QM Corp; CaptM.H. Astrup,
AGD, Liasion Officer, TiTHA;
and 1st I,t. W. D. Knox,
Signal Corps-


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1;111
Event CATHOLIC Time Beo Hall
Mass SEVENTH DAY AD.VENTIST 7 J 00 & si* 7G
Sabbath school 9:09 ai^n. ?G
Sermon IOsOO am. 7G
SIT/ MAKES APPEARANCE
School ^ets
Newspaper
Covering the Educational
and sports activities oi
the students, the first
publication of the
senior high school made
its debut on Monday undo?
the temporary title,
A contest will be sponsored
at a future date for a .per-
manent names
The paper is plarmed to
bo issued every week and
is staffed by a volunteer
group composed of students
interested 'in journalism^
and art Hiroshi
Ito is the editor and A.
Louise Goodson, adviser*
PACKAGES AT
8F REC HALL
The Mofitgcraery Ward mail
order office here requests
that all parsons expeoting
merohandisQ from Y/ardfs
Chicago headquarters please
pick up their pa_ges at
the 8P reoreation hall*
Office hours are froirn 8
a.m to 12 moon and from
1 to 5 p.m## daily except
Sundays#
Uno Chosen by
Block 11G Club
Howard 11110 was oh os an.
temporary cdiairraan of the
Block HG young people* s
olub, one of the first to
be organized in,_ oenter,
at a moating last mek.
?he welfare of the cen-
ter in general and the
blook young people in par-
ticular is the reason for.
the foraation of the group.
Members of the oonsit-
tution committea are Eiko
ivlanabe, Hiroalii Nakaguohi,
5?m Okamoto, Jlorenoe Okidat
Tom Sakurai, Tsutoma Tanaka,
and Bob HiranOt
Lt. Karpen
In Address
The training of young
people by developing their
interests in life vma the
text of the talk given by
Oormnarxding Offioer John ?.
Karpen of the 335th E$oort
Guard oanpany at the Meth-
odist Menfs Brotherhood sup-
per in Lamar, last week.
Lieut. Karpen employe
his progressive education
policies with the soldiers
undar his oanmand aa he en-
courages their talents' and
skills. Evidenoe can be
found in the reoeut Xand-^
scaping ayound the military
oaupv/ith rook steps, briok-
lined walks and yu o oa
planting.
Music Proqram
Draws S 96.85
Box office reod.pts -from
the musical program pre-
sented by the "Les Sonati*
nss orohoatra Tuesday at
?erry hall totaled $96.85,
it.was revealed by1 Princi-
pal Herbert KWalther yes-
terday#
Of this amount,'$75*34
was spent to deflray the ex-
penses of the orchestra
while the remaining sum of
¢21.51 was turned over to
the project schools to be
used for future programst
A misstep by one nisei
may qIcsq the doors of out-
side opportunity to a hun-
dred uiaex, declared Bqv,
Janes Sugicksr9 nisei minis-
ter from the Rooky Ford
Ghriatiaa oliuroh, xAio was
guest speaker at the young
_. __^November k5f 1942
ssificii
W. R. Johnson's
Staff Grows
Four new m bars and
ono transfer have enlarged
the porsonnel of the oan-
munity services division,
acoordlng to % Ray Johnson,
chief of that depart meat#
They are Iteirvey E. ?urk:f
Edmond II# Runcorn, Harlow
SI* Tomlinson, and Jeromiah
Sullivan*
Harvoy Turkoomos to this
CGntor from Denter to assume
new duties as associate
eexmaunity service officer.
He v;ill supervise the oen-
ter1 $ reoiQQtional program*
As assistant enterprise
superintendent* Edmoi^l Bun>*
oorn direct ooeperative
education. Hailing from
Albuquerque, New Mextoo,
Hunoorn taught school there
until last, spring.
Harlow Tomlinson joins
the staff as c^iof Internal
QQOurity offioor and is
moro thaa fitted for tho
job, having started- his
polioe career as a patrol-
man* He is particularly
schooled in modern oriralnal
investigatiao, fingerprint-
ing, personai identifioa-
tion, and aelf-dofe use*
Jeremiah 1U Sullivan, new
assis taut fire protection
offloor# comas from the
neighboring town, of Pueblo
v^haro ho has served on the
fire* foroe for thirty-ono
and a half years,
Willis J* Hanson, trans-
ferred to the ccraiunity
services division from tbo
anEioymnt department, will
be oounselor in the social
welfare section*
BOY BORN TO
CENTER COUPLE
A boy, we ighing six
pounds ten ouooest was born
in the center hospital at
,6s2 a,m# Sunday to Kiyomi
Kawamoto. 7P-80,
people1 s rooeting in ?erry
hall Sunday evening. Jim-
mie lamanaka was ohairman#
01100 prominent in Hol-
lister JAOL and diurah ao-
tivitlos, Rev. Sugioka was
tlic- first nisoi visitor to
spoalf horo*
it was announced.
NISEI CAUTIONED BY KEV.
SUCil-OKA Of RO.CKY FORD


November 26,1942.
PIONEER.
..Page 5
"!^SE&
DK SAMUff8_i #N
N
Dr, Samel G-ay xu,
Drofessor of internaticnal
law and relations at the
University of Pennsylvauia
and one of the foremost
liif
fP
Sponsored by tlu- coll£-c study groups, will speak
age level ^rrcup, IrInmans on 'Current Besourog ilate-
topic v;iil be M La tin Ai-iarLoa rial on Latin America.
Tod&y As It Affects tbe A disoussion led by Dr*
LvacuGGj Inman fa^tuiing the subject,
authors on inter-American
relations, will speak to-
morrow in Terry hall at ?
p*nur Shozi Oniki aaanounoed
yesterday.
Following his address,
Dr- Wiiholniina hill,jjro-
fessor of eduoatiOii at Den-
ver university and coordi-
nator of Latiu-Auior ioan
An Bvacuoe Looks Toward
the Futurei1 will bring the
program to a close. The
meeting. is open to the
public.
THANKSGIVING
HOP PLANNED
Brush Arai and his Kanaka
boys will entertain during
the intermission of the
Thanksgiving hop Saturday,
at Terry hail, the recrea-
tion ejepartment announodd
Monday, Dancing i11 be
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Jose^i Ide will aot as mas-
ter of ceremonies.
The admission will be
10 cents and will be for
couples> only* Tickets .nay
be obtained at the 7E reo-
reatioxx hall.
Young People
Hold Socials
If a group of young peo-
ple of one block v;ould li'^e
to hold a get-a oqu aintad
social with a greup of an-
other block, tl^ey are asked
to ocantaot Katherine ^latsu-
moto at 7E reaveation hall,
it v/as aimounGed today.
MIDGET SUBS
ARENT SUICIDE
SYDNEY, N.S.W.Oontrary
to general belief, Japanese
midget submarines are not
suicideshipiKaccording
to Hear Admiral Ge C xvluir-
head-Gculd. officer in dhsrge
of naval establishmonts.
During a recent salo of
souvenirs from the sub-
marines sunk in Sydney bar-
bo.r, Adaiiral mluirlioad-Jould
seid:
!,Th6y 'would have been
much nore deadly if less
attention hao been given
to rnesus of oscaps for the
crews. And provi^ions in
the vessels included sea-
weed, dried squic?, a variety
of tinned food, a bottlo
of port and a bottlo of
v/hiskoy,
"Even so, it would take
more tha.n that to 'got me
into orxc Of them,11
SPECfAL CHURCH
SERMON PLANNED .
Soacr.al vocal and instru-
mental riurabors vi'Il feature
the ;5"aii3^giYirxg Day service
to be helo in 1erry iiall,
10 n tomorrow,
Vic tor is the
sohedalei s^ea^cr raid Eov#
Aki^si Kurocla. vill bo Cwair-
man i
W11A MEMBEK
HELPS SURVEY .
Segioa&l staff ivlomb.or
ilary Bonack from the em^Loj'-
iiient Division of the San
Prarxoisoo 'JHA offices.has
bean aiding '-/alter J* ivno-
dsl, placement officer, in
making a general revisiou-
of WHA-26 oeasus records t
it was lcaracd Monday*
idiss Bonaok has alrcadj;
visited Tule LaL, aanzaiiar,
Pos^oa, arj Vyorii2 in her
circuit of the projects*
STAFF MF.MBEK
VISIT DENVER
Beulah Hoin^hillt secre-
tary to William ? Johnsou
of the oornraunity services
division, spent the weekend
in leaver with relatives
and friends.
'' Secretary
Aids In Work
Esther B r iesoxaeister,'
YV/GA national executive
secretary, Japanese ^rojcot,
has be n visiting ana
ing with the Y secretaries
for the past' mek to help
create c better relation-
sbi-p bet'.f6Qn the people
within tiie center and the
outside.
Zhe has vis it^d. boston,
-uIq Lakw,iliaidoica, axid
vjss also in .ianzanar in
August when the first oontijr-
Japanese Y was formed
iiiss B:^ies3i3ister1 s next
destinatioa .opaa, Utah.
DIRECTORS
SELECTED
A. board of directors
was "recently chosen for
the senior higi oo-op store,
opandd ivionday^ in 811-
6A, it was rovoalod by ad-
viscr Betty Beaver,
Those named wev Kenneth
Nagamoto, presiderJ ,ilisako
Kawaguchi, vica-^ .^ident;
Ilarion Xouis-hi, secretary;
G-eorge Okaoe, treasurer;
and Joe Sugavjara, personnel
director.
A policy oormnittae to
represent the members v;ns
also chosen, fflicy inolude
Alice lama said, Dorothy Sa-
to, Joy ^ak-.yamaf and Ken-
neth .una.7ioto.
The latest report reveals ,
that 320 students have pur-
ohaseci membership in. tlie
co-op store,
BRIDGE CLASSES
TO START SOON
Beginners1 bridge classes
rill be conducted soon by
the reoroation department
v/ita B* lim Iizuka as the
instructor. Lessons will
be givsn three nights a
vGk and afternoons to
acoommodate young ;.iatrons
The time and placo will bo
annouaoed later.
Art Studio
Rians Exhibit
Charcoal and oil paint-
ings will be erfoibited dur-
ing o^en house tomorrow at
tha 7B art studio. This
event is sponsored "by the
reoroation dapartment# Wood
oarvinss \ill also be dis-
played. Doors will be open
from 9 a,m. to 8
The drawings are by the
students in the class and
by Instructors Koiohi No-
uiiyama and Tofcio Ueyama#
Yoshio Tauruda, manager,
is in etarge of deoontious.


PIOnEER
Page 6
November 26,1942
LET-S CUT IT OUT
Figlitux^ at tae iabastopol-lAe.roec1 togore football
game, Sua^jay, Is ft a blaot mark tm the aentar1 s
sports program ai^ oji the oaater itaelf.
Blame for the fisticuffs, whloh halted the gam
in the fwrth quarter, does not rest on the 6910alders
of a siiigie person or at mall group of persM The
officials, whose laxity let the ^ime got out of con-
trol; the players and their frion^s, v?h forgot the
fundamontals of sportsmanship; and the spootators,
iaoludlng scat terbrained and ill-bred girls, who
orowdod about to watoh the fi^tiag and who did no-
thing to stop it, are all at fault.
Tru sports lovers have strived to prevent such
ooouronoes and sinoarely hopo that they are not jpo-
peated.Ed#
Fight in Fourth Quarter Halts
Sebastopol-Yogore Grid Tilt
A fistxo flare-up in the
fourth quarter ended an
Amori.can leagae touch foot-
ball game between the Se-
bastopol Sakura Baaibler
and the Merced Yogoras at
the 0G- playground Sunday*
Sopci led at the time 14-0.
Peta Ma'suoka was the
big gun for the Sepol lads
as they scored early in
the first period. Taking
a(}?antage of a blookad punt
on the Yogorefs 20 yard
line, the Ramblers started
tbexr first tcucMown drive,
three plays mtteS nothing.
Then Pete, faking a run,
ohUQkcd a flat- pass to
shifty Tto Shimazu who toot
it in the and zone for tho
initial tally. A conversion
pass from Ifesuoka to end
Ghiok Furuy was good*
On the final play of
the first hal^ Sepol soored
agai| this time Pete shot
a pass to end Johnny Kawa-
ta who snagged it on the
Yogor0fs 20* 8un a ing a
few steps, he lateraled to
Ed Kawaoka, who covered
the remaining yardage un-
molested for the second
sooro. The try for tho
extra point vms good. As
thp gun sounded, tho half
time score stood 14,0
Tho Me r o c d logoros
sparked by the brilliant
running and passing of
awivcl-hippcd Swede Furu-
tawa penotrated into Bamblor
torritory in thothird quar-
ter but their offcnslvo
threat was staved off by
an air-tight defense.
The final period rumpus
wrote finis to the oontost
and also the scoond gamo
scheduled for Hm afternoon
between the Kau Km Lam
Zeros and the Modesto Skoo-
kums.
Intramural Loop
An iutramural touch fod-
ball league that is ia its
second week was revealed
yesterday by John 0. Hoka,
junior high school physi-
cal eduoatiou director.
The results of hot ri-
valries among the teams in
the seventh, eighth, and
ninth grade levels will b
known by this weekend as
the championships in Qaoh
grade level vill b decided
by then, Hoke went oa to
say.
of
managers and oaptaiM of
bot2*) the American and the
Naticoal league touch foot-
ball teams will be .held
tonight at ? p.m. in the
7B raoreation hall, an-
nounced Koe Yoshida of the
rooroation departmeat.yos-
teraay.
LOCALS PLAY
AT GRANADA
Basketball will mko its
seasonal detwt this
noon Coach John Hoke
and his squad of 20 players
invade the Granada hi^h
school to tangle with the
boys across the fenoe.
Nothing is Unowa of the
ability of either team as
this will be the initial
obntest for both*
Hoke stated that this"
game is a sorlaimaga for the
boys and eaoh m^abor of the
squad wiE be givm a ohaaoe
to participate. Conaaent-
Ing on tho future boskot-
ball outlBCfe, he added that
it was his wishfe)ohedule
more outside ooatesta.
The squad jrc^ter imiudm
Jack Kashlbajrc^ JaQk Ho^hl-
zxi9 Toshi Oljaiaiu'a, Johcay
Mzavm^ Hid 00 Arii, Boy
Yo^iida, Tom Kajioica, Sueo
Knnagnklt Lefty Kitagawa,
Romeo Kitagawa, Bob Okuda,
Bill I£lmotof Aaaji Xotsuya,
Harry Xajioka* dp.aao Iga-
sakit Hoy Okudff., Akira Sa~
meshima, Bill Yoshiwara#
Ifcs Uyasugi, an<3 ArOhio
Yoshido,
FOUR GAMES
TO BE PLAYED
Postponed from Sdrty,
the game between the Kau
Kau Lane Zeros and the Mo-
desto Sicoolcums will hold
the Thanksgiving sport
spotlight as they tangle .
at the 90 gridiron in the
first of two American lea-
gue grimes at 1:30 p,nu
On Saturday* a duo of
National league gomes will
bo played between tho Tur-.
look Bulldogs and tho Liv-
ingston Wolverines, and
tho ?P Skibos and the Wal-
nut Grovo Doltans# Iho
iaitinl lilt will bdgin
at 1:30 p.m, at tho
playground*
The seooud tussle on
tChanksgiviag Dcy will bring,
together Merced Yogores
end an unnamed opponent,.
scheduled for tomorrow by
the recreation decirtment
in 8Gr rooreation hall.
On Sunday, go onftiusiasts
will participate in a coa-
tost at 8G_ Both toBrnoys
arc scheduled to begin at
8 nm.


November 25,1942,__________________PIONEER
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S y 7 A X/ .B K U 5 U.N OKi
There are wixnmin, there
are Wimmin, and there are
mmw. Which leads right
into
SPEAKIM> OF WILLIN'
Have you me Mrs. Tsu-
ruko -Wallace of llCr-4D?
Her claim to colyimi feme
lies in the fact that shefs
'the only woman in this
center who 1 a"b ors (and
thatf s no lie) on the sugar-
beet farm north of here.
,fJust a greenhorn among,
old-timers, she insists.
She can take it, this
vigorous member of the
(heh-heh) w eaker sex*
She has farmed all her life
but m a in tains, "Picking
orarxges is the hardest work
11 ve ever done.t?
She^s the epitome of
that knooked-out ph^rese,
,f7irn, vigor, and vitality.!f
The fact. that §hefs con-
stantly on the, gofrom the
moment she rises at 5:30
a.m. until she comes home
for 5:30 supper--fazes this
indefatdga*ble woman not at
all. To quote .neigb.'borsj
SheS still full of pep
when slie comes 110me.
Part of this surplus
vim goes into cleaning
house. Yes, after eight
hours of stooping down,
picking up, and knocking
the tops off king-size sugar
beets, Mrs .Wallace still
has enough of the three
s** to tend to the womar^s
work that is never, never
done.
3'he1 q tireless, hard-
working energetichack-
neyed adjectives .all, we
realize. ProbalDly tlxe ruost
apt description of Ivin ,
T^uruko Wallace lies in
the simple statament made
"by a friend: ^Sxie^.s ss
good a worker as any man
Vfaxch, in "the masculine
vernacular, is The supreme
Compliment and equivalent
to tiie nore expressive
all reet
SS ENROLLMENT
SHOWS INCREASE
Enrollment in the local
Protestant Sunday school
classes lias grown from the
original 62 to 375 memters
in the past 10 weeks.
MIEN! SB0W I BI
ffiESENfil) ¥M0iiW
Entertainment o suit
£li tastes will "be pre-
sented et the first center
trlent siiow sponsored 'bj
he recrection department
in hal; tcroorrow. at
7:30 p,m. _A1xdssion iffi
"be "by tickets only-
Teking part ir. the pro-
gram will be such outstpnd-
ing pprforxac-rs as Alcenc
Akahosh5^ rimra'ba tap d^inoe;
Diane Endow, hula dance;
I.^yoko Iviisutanij ondo; Buddy
Fu jita, h arxnonica solo;
There is a difference in
the offices of block mana*.
ger. ;8nd. block representa-
tive, R. Johnson, acting
ciiief of coniimnity services
stc3ted yesterday m &n ef-
fort to abrogate mistaken
notions' prevalent through-
out caiup. ( .:
according' to J\ linsoii,
the chief differeixce lies
in the feci]3t tiie
Cer is nppGiritel by tiie
project :ieci-or? vAile ,ne
rep.C6^et;r^ ^ ive is elact^d
"by a'ir. responsible directly
tc >5.locl; nts- Trie
former is a pajint. position
while tlxe latter is not,
?or the present -^nd un-
til the center ch:_-rt^r has
been adopted, toe represent-
azivo_ L,xxd .merxa^er may be
one and the same person,
if in tho opinion of the
project director the person
is csprble of performing,
botii duties at tiio same
time, Joiinoon continued.
The cJiarter further de-
fines the duties apd. quali-
fi cat ions of these and
other offices and Johnson
urges rest dents to watcii
for it Xslien it comes up
for ratifioetioii,
COMMITTEE NAMED
Hiroshi Ito, Ken Rikl-
maru, Borotiiy -Sato and
Woodrow Odaaalra vwre elec-
tea cs rnombers of a social
corn.raittce ct tlxe first cen-
ior a^ser;bly held lii'Terr/
iiali, 3. Olay Coy^, priiici*-
psl.of 01xe senior
school, revealed this week.
This committee will re-
present the seniors at all
faculty meetings coiicernin^
school social activities#
Tom S a 3 ak i 2 imitations;
Cliidori Siiiotani, vocal;
Mrs. Amy Seto, dance crea-
tion; Yuriko Hirata, piano
solo; Mary loshida, vocal;
Terry Sesachika, mandolin;
Ivlayme Kishi, vocal; and
Brush Arai and his Kanaka
"boys.
Joseph Ide v/ill "be mas-
ter of ceremonies. Sumi
Kewamura is chairman with
Jean Tanake., Iris Ito, John
Kiraura, and Yasutaro Takano
assisting. ,
^^i^TAKE S
Well-acquainted transla-
tors are needed on tJae re-
ports office translation
staffs. 'Anyone interested
in this work is urged* to
call at the reports office
in the PIONEER building,
o
Five arrivals were added
to the project population
last week when Tar-o Zaneki,
Al^xpnder Mitsunaga, Yasu-
hiko-Nakahsra, and Joe Ta-
feki. arrived frora Chinook,
j'(ont., and Bill Hatanaka
transferred from the Heart
Mountain center.

The project schools and
adult night school will be
officially closed tomorrow
and Fi^iday, the education
department announced today.

LOST: An all wh.ite male
eat, wearing blue ribbon,
in the neighborhood of 10E.
Answers to the naxrle of
"Shir o-chan.u If found,
please return to 10E-4B.

The nFirst Round*up of
El Hanclio Amache" will be
sponsored "by the YÂ¥0A to-
niglit in Terry hall, at 7
ofclock.

Under the leadership of
Girl Scout Captain Terry
Mae Murakami, Lts. Yuri
llakanioto and Dorothy Maeda,
and Aide-de-camp Roy Hama ji,
tiie Bi'cmaies and Interme-
diates v/ill take a natxrre
study hike to G-ranada Sat-
urday morning.

The time for Buddhist
services has "been changed
to 7 p.m. each Sunday at
the 7a Eudaiiist hall.


GRANADA IU laC.AUO.NL
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