Citation
Granada pioneer, November 28, 1942

Material Information

Title:
Granada pioneer, November 28, 1942
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

General Note:
Volume 1, Number 10

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Auraria Membership

Aggregations:
Joseph H. McClelland Collection

Full Text
Vl. I, MO.10
Amaohef Colorado
November 28?1942
15 C1?E-
ilOD
'Seventy-five per sons
thus far reported to the
center hospital to undergo
the Wass'ermann test and to
have their blood typed as
possible future blood do-
norsf axmouncea Dr. G.
Duffy, ohief medical offi-
cer.
Said Duffy, f,We wish
to poMicly thank thosa who
have responded to our ro-
GQixt appeal-fT blood do-
nors. Although there has
been' a- splendid response
to that calL, there is still
an. urgent need for blood
donors, e specially for
.those with blood type III.
Each volunteer is given
a ffess^rmaim test9 and if
tho test report is satis-
factory ,.the i nd i vidual'
will bis listed acoording to
blood types and will be
callad upon as emergexaciejs
"arise whiah require trans-
fusions 0;
-i\mmg the first to report
for tiie tost wore members
of th'6 Caucasian pcrscruxel,
a gTouy from the Granada
churchy and sev-
eral individual volunteers*
NO IN K !
!
-A shortage cf ink has [
,forQci us to cut our pa- j
per to two. pages today,
.We liop.G to issue a
fullsi se edition on
WaaneBdaVo---STkFF
THAN KS
On bohald of all tho
rosidonts of the Renter,
the' i^IQHSSB thanks tho
coolis, mass hall workers,
warehouse ( workers, mess
division, and all others
who prepared the delicious
Thanksgiving day (}inner
on Thursday.
CASEY WRITES
OF GRANADA
Tne Granada X9laati]i
center is the subject of a
series of articles by Lee
Casey wnich began in tho
Iooky Mountain Hows Wed-
nesday, .
Casoy visited the aontor
for first-hand information
last \mQk
Along witli the artiolos,
v/hich take up almost a full
page iii tha tabloid-size
liews, are photographs of
the oentar arid residents.
Pictures ia _7edD-a s days
isU9 \vere reports Officer
Joe McClelland ?1It^ and
ivlrs. Tad kanaka, i.Irs* George
Miyana and her daughter,
3acbilcoa Thursday* s edi-
11 on oarr led a f our-oolurrji
Gut ..snowing Kiyoshi ivii obo,
Eea 3amita, and Goorge Isoda,
Yestc- rday! s a o o ount,
which exjlaiued tho caitcr*s
efforts toward self-joverri-
meat and taici of evacuees
volu ii tearing to harvest
sugar beets, carried pic-
tures of George Hoda, Star
Kaji, Q?rue Shibata, aad
Ruth Hoda.
High SchooJ Basketball Team
Beats Granada
i/^oha high s chocks
ba^Ke.-fball team chalked up
thedi1 first victory by do-
faating the Stau-ada high
varsity, 26-16-^ in a prao*
tx^e^ game at .. the G-r'a^ada
gyu 'Je.dnesc'-ay afterrucu^'
-'Tua dr^nadans gv^bbed
the a nd to'a
!?,-; at- tha enC of
,h'sbut4*. the txoe
tMied in Use rhi.rd period
vhea Borneo K;taga-wa s nhree
By 26~i6
su'a.cassivd pot shots put
AmachQ iu front for the
first tin A tight defense
in the final quarter ne^od
up the game for t.ia Ip^1sv
Gaol Lfty Kitagraa gava
a ^pacl^oular ball-Iiandlixig
exaibitioxi -mo tu u.ed xn a
fine defensive gsrm ^oaieo
Kll.^^wa ^oorcc t points
to pace tlia victory while
Bill &riiroa.ra and Tom Oku-
mura made, four each., .
J JD_C1W'
IPi>)_NfEI)
William R* Jolmson, Don-
ald E. Harbison, Dr. Hasu-
ichi Higaki, Dr. ? Shiina,
and Gbiyol^o Sakamoto were
appointed as a temporary
judicial commission to hear
misdemeanor oases arising
within the center.
Until a permanent ju-
dicial commission is set
up under the charter, this
bod j;ill hear oases and
apply penalties for the
violation of law and order*
MOTHERS TO
REGISTER
Ivlbtnsrs desiring nourish-
ment for tlaeir children
betweoa ^ the ages of one
and a half years to six
years are asksd to register
them at the nearest baby
food station by Wednesday,
Leo, 2a
6G-9D.,..8 to 11:30 a.nu
6P-?B8 to 8:30 a.m.
9E--6B... *2:30 to 3 p#m.
9K-6B.......2;30' to 3 p.m.
11K-12E,*3:30 to 4 p
11!11311 to 11:30 p.m.
ilF-10F*,.10 .to 10:30 a.m.
The main office of the
"baby food stations was re-
bently m'/ed to the center
hospital building,
KKEEP off
THE GRASS'
Residents were cautioned
from walking and playing
on the cultivated regions
around camp in a stateraeat
bj Louis Ge temple,, senior
ocA&tructiou foreman, last
--ccordinj to Teupl.e,
fall rya has beQn planted
anc! tramping on rro\vted
arons. Dot only kills the
vender slioo-ts but pulver-
Lz( b the ^oil and increases
ohanoes of dust,
Ho mxq^stB that resi-
GGnto ad opt GOMnon paths
and walk on] y on tha so as
a solution to the pr0111 em.>


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