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Granada pioneer, December 24, 1942

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Title:
Granada pioneer, December 24, 1942
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
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Granada War Relocation Center
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English

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Amache
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 18

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.I, No.18
Amuche, Colorado
December 24,1942
To all evacuees in the Granada center I
extend sincere good wishes for this holiday
season on behalf of the War Belocation au-
thority*
Some of you have been here for four
months or over, many of you have bean here
for three months, You are not liere because
you wanted to oorae, or because wanted you
to come. But you are here, and now that
you are here cim appreciative of the fact
that 'm have had a peaceful center, that
aifferaaoes of opirdotx have been settled,
that there has been no undesirable publicity*
I have kept myself atxQ staff available to
residents of the qouter and have tried to
help you with your problems,
The War Relocation authority is sincere
in its effort to have the canter both self-
sustaining and self-governing. We want
you to go out from the oenter believing in
a democracy that you have lived under in
the center. Pass your own laws and erforce
them wa will help you. Take ovr the
responsibilities as well as the rigl ^ of
a democracy*
Again a Merry Christmas and a Happy New
Year, and in the words of Tiny Tim, "May
God Bless Ycm Every One! .


Page 2
PIONEER
..December 241942
CENTER HAS IHOMWMttRf
FIRST FIRE PiJIECI BfEI IflDiltii
The Granada project saw
its first major fire when
flames ravaged the apart-
ment of Mrs. Yuki Kitaba-
yashi, 6E-10F, Sunday at
.6:50 p.m. and caused damage
estimated at $150 by Vern
Campbell, fire protection
officer-
The fire was "believed
to have started "by laundry
hung too close to the stove.
The fire crew had the
situation well under con-
trol soon after their ar-
rival. ii ousehold goods
and other articles were
Granada project beet
workers were tlianked pub-
licly for their aid in har-
vesting crops in a recent
issue of the Holly Chief-
tau, a weekly neWspape^,
The text of the story:
JAPANESE LABORERS AID
GREATLY IN BEET IIAH7SST
A number of the fanners
in this locality iaeve ex-
pressed their appreciation
in being able to secure the
assistance,of laborers from
the relocation center to
help harvest beets*
u^ar conditions made it
crops without help from
this source.
"Some farmers went to
the center each, day ?fter
the men, taking them "back
each evening, while others
furnished living quarters
on their places, while help
was needed.M
Nursery Plan
Change Made
Due to the housing short-
age, it is impossible to
establish six cener nur-
removed from tiie burning
epartment "by the neighbors.
krs. Kitabayeshi1s hus-
band is t present employed
outside the center.
MRS. KITABAYASHI
GIVES THANKS
Mrs. Yuki KitalDayashi
would like to thank all
those who aided in offset-
ting losses Incurred during
the fire in her room Sunday
evening.
She is temporarily the
guest of Fujie Noaawa, SE-
GA.
Chief Steward
Stops Rumors
William Wells, chief
project steward, yesterday
scotched rumors that the
administrative mess hall
is using food earmarked
for evacuees.
He made it clear that
administration food is ox1*
dered in addition to the
regular supply. The cost
of food and labor is de-
ducted from the salaries
of the patrons.
impossible to harvest "beet
Mess Workers
Examined
Mess hall.workers are
asked to report to the hos-
pital for physical examina-
tions according to he
schedule sent to each mess
hall, stated Dr. G-. A. Duf-
fy, chief medicel officer,
today.
All workers must undergo
an examination regardless
of the type, of v;ork he is
doing, said Dr. Duffy. Tihis
includes waitresses, disli**
washers, and the regular
kitchen crev/*
JUNIOR HIGH
DISPLAYS ART
Cnristmas c&rds, psper
lamp shades,and "beautifully
designed paper "baskets were
displayed by the junior
hi^h sclicol art classes
this w^ek in 8H-12B, Art
Instructor Toil Ok amoto
stated today.
Exhibits v/ere also shovm
by the homeraaking andwood-
craft classes.
SOLICITOR SUGGESTS THAT
EVACUEES KEEP LICENSES
To maintain their pro-
fessional status, evacuees
should pay their annual
fees for professional, vo-
cational, or skilled trade
licenses, suggested Philip
W. Click, WRA solicitor.
The suggestion is "based
upon the belief that iis
desirable for evacuees,
v?herever possible, to main-
tain ttieir professional
starring so they can resume
their l^s without
undue delay or expense when
they return to their pri-
vate fielas*
No definite assurances
can be given that the states
of California, Arizona,
Oregon, and Washington from
which the evacuees ^eve
removed will renew the va-
rious licenses "but sura-
rnaries of licensing laws
will "be given interested
parties "by Walter J. Knodel,
placement officer
sery schools es had "been
planned, the elementary w
* . .v:-:*i
school office revealed on
Tuesday.
Consequently, plans are
underway to £et along with
five nursery schools with
a redistribution of the
pre-school children to be
made on tnat basis effec-
tive Monday at 9 a,m.
7K nursery school; 6F,
6a, 6H, 6K, 7P, 7a, 7H,
and 7K pre-school children.
5K nursery school: 8G,
8H, 8K, 9H, 9K, 91,and
1011 pre-achool children.
11H nursery school: 11H,
111^120, 12H, and 12K pre-
school clxildren.
11F nursery scl1001: HE,
11F,11G,12E, and 12F pre-
school children.
SE nursery school: 6E,
8F, 7E, 8E, and SE pre~
school children.
Children living in 10E
and not yet attending nur-
sery school are asked to
enroll with Mrs. Tamura at
the 11F nursery .schools .. ..
SCHOOLS CLOSE
FOR CHUISThAS
Adult edge sit ion and the
Amach^ schools closed yes-
terday .for the Christmas
weekend, Paul J Terry,
superintendon of educa-
tion, stated this week.
Classes will be resuxriGd
Monday.
COOPERATION
APPRECIATED
The cooperation of 90
per cent of tho residents
on the second census call
has "been appreciated, stated
Acting Registrar Lewis W.
Fanslan. Efforts are "be-
ing made to contact the re-
maining 10 per cent.


December £4,1942 ---------
Eighteen girls attended
tlxe membership party held
"by the Les Etoiles at tlie
8K recreation hall Sunday.
Gaines and dameing were the
diversions# Marjorie Ta-
ksta was in charge*

Funeral services were
held at the Buddhiat hall
recently for Hyo^o Sato,.
52. Sato, a bachelor from
Sebastopol^ passed away at
the center hospital af-
ter a long illness*

Readers are askedpieces
of Cellophane for the PIO-
NEERfs Japanese section*
Hiroo Fukuyama, substi-
tute teacher in the gvsmmr
schoolf resigned recently
to enlist in the Amy, it
was revealed *by Enoch Du-
mas, principal.
,
A baby "boy was "born to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iwao Ota,
SE-^J^Saimrday, ai; the cen-
ter hospital* Tlie child
Ii8s bTOn named ZctlsIio-

Mrs* Charles Fuji!, faG-
3ds left tlie center last
week to join her husband
at Pt Francis 2. Warren,
Wyo, Fuji! is a private
first class*
The ^ sophomore class of
the senior high school hsdd
a ,fRound-upn social at Ter-
ry hall Friday afternoon.
Approximately 150 stu-
dents mjoyed refreshments,
games, and danciiig*

The Young Matrons group
of tlie YV7CA held a Christ-
mas social last week at
tlxe 7H recreation hall.
Wives of administrative
staff members were present
at the.affair which was in
charge of Mrs Joan Aral.

The Nativity was' the
tlieiie of the prograra pre
sexited by the Protestant
church ohoTi in ferry hail
Sxuxday evenings
Twenty-five Boy Scouts
of froop'161 gathered laac^
of kindling at the XX" roil
Sunday. Georg e Marumoto
headed the group

A talent show was pre-
sented l^y Block 9L Tuesday.
A similar show was put on
ty 8E Saturday.
_ PIONEER __________________ ______Page 3
TAKES .
A baby girl,their first,
was "born at 2s40 a.m# Wed-
nesday to Dr. and Mi^s. Ben-
jamin Higa in the center
hospital. The child has
been named Barbara Keiko.
Akigi Yoshimira and Koe
Hinoki, both of Block 91,
were feted at' tlie homes of
their' -pareRts "before they
left to ser?e with the US
Army at Cafixp Savager -Minn*
..
lv!rs. Richard 0no,;8(x-2G,
gave birth, to girlet
9:56 Friday at .the
center hospital.r '
* ..
The 6H.Toung Menfs club'
was host. Vo the 10E Kisei
Social club Friday.
CHANGE MADE
IN- CONTEST
Due to the excitement
i,n e'ach mess hall over holi-
day preparations the a?mrds
for the December mesa hall
contest will be carried
over into January, stated
Chief Project Steward Wil-
liam ¥ells.
A first and a second
award will "be gi^ren to the
two "best mess halls in acii
of the three divisions#
SHOE REPAIRING
SHOP OPEN AGAIN
Siioe repairing has been
resumed at the 8F repair
shop, it was announced
ttoough the coimmiiity en-
t^prise division this week.
ClIE SH)
U_'IESM) BE
_. Wflil
Assurance tlrnt tiie ma-
jority of leaves for: private
relocation will clear for
approval within a to-week
period was &Iven "by Leave
Officer WIUxb J. Hanaon,
who conferred-with Tom Hol-
land s national liBA employ-
meiit division Eead, in Den-
ver last week* This is a
part of tiae revised private
relocetion program as re-
leased "by WashiiL^bonj stated
Hanson*
Persons desiring private
relocation will be told ?/hen
to apply at tlie leave office
in the former infirmary
building. The practice of
PROFESSOR IN
INSPECTION' TOUR
Dr, Galuin Grieder, prr-
fesaor of school adminis-
tration at the University
of Colorado, was a visitor
at the Axmcho schools 011
Thursday, S. Clay Coy, prin-
cipal .of senior h school,
annoiinced yesterday-
TOFU MERCHANT
ARRIVES HERE
George T. Nagamoto of
Swink, Colo*, arrived here
to renew his contract with.
tMs center to supply tofu
for the next three months
Nagamoto, a pioneer seed
merchant, has been doing
business in Swink for many
years. At presen Ms bus-
iness is limited to whole-
sal and retail distribu-
tion of kojx, miso, shoyu,
age, and tofu.
short term leaves will be
Mcoursged, said Hanson*
A WRA employment office
will open in Chicago in
January. This office will
function as a clearing house
between prospective eta
ployees and employer and
?c01 maintain close contact
_L1ti unemployment conditions
throughout the midwestern
states, Hanson concluded*
BUJE TRJANCBLES
MEfT SUNDAY
Tlie Blue Tringle, Girls.
Reserve council, will meet
Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the
YflOA office, 8F recreation
hall.
Plans for the new year
and election of officers
will take place. Each, group
is asked to "be represented
by its preaident and mem-
ber at large# -
SUPPLY OFFICER
VISITS FAMILY
Ivferk W# Eadcliffe, sen-
ior transportation and
ply officer, visited his
wife and son at their home
in Salt Lake Cirecently*
Radcliffefs sox^ 1st It.
Taylor Hadcliffe, is a mem-
ber of the Armyf s commend
division at Helena, Mont.
Redcliffe who served as
officer in the first World
War has two other sons in
the service, one with the
mechanized division ill
Florida and another in dip^
lomatic work In South Ijner-
xca.


PIF Jeceinber 24.^ 19.42
iiffDisiD cniirit "
Ciff .CMi.DIRl'N'. Clffi
Page .4
op:to find appropriate ol
naxaesr ik council will
*be known, as toe Blue Tri-
angle. Tlien 4xiere is the
older girls clufc group
uadar Alic.e Suzuki- called
the Y,1 s Circle; As ,they
now stand, Y clubs are di",
vided inio the Girls H_
serve, the Circle clubs|
the Businesa- Girls, and
the Triangle clu"bs. uf
theae,. the -Circle clubs
have progressed furtlxest.
in choosing itames*- ,
-Y-
V/ith installation only*
a matter of days, elections
are tiie'order "business .
at all meetings. Christmas
Eve is going to foe. a "busy.,
evening for 'all Y girls,
what with an installation
and, recognition ceremony
by, candle light, caroling,
and a party at Terry hall.
Y .
Visitors in khaki are.
welcomed by the Twenteena
and given little folders
full of pertinent d£ta giv-
ing the time and plao;e of
special activities-in the
center-
DOMESTIC '
JOBS-OPEN
mimlpey of positions for
domestic, workers are, open
in Puetlo and Botilder, aE-
nounces Junior -Placement
Officer- Ifario feccJaio.
200 PRESENT AT
RECORD HOUR
Approximately 200 people
attended *the Japanese rec-
ord Hour at the 123 IuQbs
hall ThurMay. Special
perfori^era'were Yujin Qon-
6.0 an§ Olamlra w.6 ooiLpany-
f i r e f i gKt er-s
Have' Dri I Is
Daily., drills are t.ein^
'held, to familiari2e tiie
firemen with methods of
efficient 'fire fighting,
announced Tern .0811151}ell,
fire proteation .officer,
Wednesday. ^he men are
al,s being drilled in the
use of gaa and smoke masks,
he further stated.
National d.enoiranations,
service groups, as well as
Japanese aliexiB, oiilzens
axid soldxars -in the tffreeff
soxies ralI4d,to the appeal
msde by the Home teas ions
Qouncil and the-.-' federal
Council of Cliurclie-s?. at the
auge-.es4) ion of tlxe JiiCL, to
PLACEMENT
S:FAfFS,'MOVE_.
Letig Wl J?anglsn, acting
registrar, Kario feochio^
outside placement officer,
Lloyd -E, 0fNeill, junior
plac^diint officer, their
staffs have move^ to -tiie,
building second from the
front gste, formerly oc.-
cmpied "by the. edfrtradtors/
impGrtefi riaceriient Officer
Walter J* Siudel.
IUB OFFICER-S.
TO BE INS17ULEQ .
Officers of the Bsca-
lantas, a division of tlie
YSGA,' Kill "be installed
this evening .in Terry MR
in conjunction with tiie
YffGA* installation and I'.eo-
ognition Geremony.
..They are .MiiiQ. Kislxl,
presidant; IiVrj*iette Lori-
kawa, ?ice president; Irena
Umeku'oo, secretary-treasur-
er; Ida Hakasuixia,5 histor-
ian; June korimoto,program
ciiairruan; and Sopiaie -Andow,:
member at large, lies* Aiko
Hosiiinq.is the adYiaer.
Headed "by Toshio Niuomi-
ya, a (JoGumentation staff
of IS writers is, coiapiling
an aceurate, written record
of evacuee life, according
to Joe Mc.Clelland, reports
officer#
The group has also col-
lected samples of evacuee
art and handicraft, which
will be included with ph-
tographs, motion pipxures,
and sketches depicting,.evec-
uee .life, as parts of the
iocunent. ..
These records' .will.,later
te sent to t|ie senior*.ar-
chivist of-.the reports of-
fice in Washington, !): C-
where an experiencddoc^
i^entaticm will as*
semble the mq.te?ial.
gire *a gift to eacli of the
40,000 evacuee ciiildren in
tlie 10 V/RA centers* .
The Heforpiefl church, trx
lirierica .throiigJa its coxnait-
tee onrelief *spke for the
Granade. .-quota and is fur-
nishing gifta for the3,200
children in tdie center.
This cnx.ota is bei.ng snp-
pleniented by special groups
and friends, contected /by
organised groups aere.
Yolunteer helpers rep-
resenting. all groups, in, tlie
center ar wrapping and
tabbing gifts daily -from
9 a.a. to 4 p.m. at one of
the recr@E;t ion hells.
Twenteens to
Organize .USG
A US0 wj.ll be one of
the actlvaties of the new-
ly orgsini-ssed Tr^enteeiia, a
di^is in of; the. TSGA* .
The ^roup iq gomposM
of §irls from bE,* ?E, 6B%
7F, and 6G*^ and has its
auSnS at 8PreCre~
* Y ... -
NtV^SPAPfRS AU '
AVAILABLE HIRE
Regular is@qes. of >)16
Christian Science Ivionitor,
New Y33k Tiiaes,. .an Daily News -are .ayaiO.a'ble
to the re.eoing, public -at
the s l)rary, ^IJead Librarian ^bel
Andow declared recently.r
'STAFF'
LIFE '
. The staff Inc-ludes Toshio
Kinomiya, Taguko Sasaka,
Cherry Yoshitoni, Yas
l.^adokoro, Chizuya Kanazawa,
Ivjpsaini Y£iuag}xchi, Lily Marr
tsmnura, Jun ITeketa, Kanemi
Ono, Mr rk Haj-aslii, Hiroshi
.bhibata, Sueko Tagawa, and
SM^eru Haslixi*. ..
'WALK GN LEFT '
siDe of'sme'r.'
Pedestrians- ai>e asked
by Ste.uley Adams, assistant
,J3lioe chief, to Ik 011
left side of a street
x'acing the traffic to avoid
possible accidents.
- *,fTMs is a law,H
.a.al'd ,;ldelus,-11 and 1 would
apprecia-te the cooperation
of the residents.f, .
DOCUMENTATION
RECORDS CENTER'


December 24,1942
HIS BIRTH
And so it was, that,
while they were -tnere, the
days were accomplished
she should *be delivered.
And she brought forth
her first-^orn son, and
wrapped him in swaddling
clothes, snd laid him in a
manger; "because there y;cs
no room for tLem in the inn.
Anf. there were in the
same country shejiierds abid-
ing in the field, keeping
watch over their flock "by
night
And lo, the angel of
tiie Lord cmne upon them,
and the glory of the Lord
shone round about them:
and they were sore afraid.
And the angel said unto
them, Fear not: fjr, *be-
hold,I "bring you food tid-
ings great joy, wnioh
shsll be to all people.
For unto you is born
this day in the city of Da-
vid a Saviour, which is
Christ the Lord.
And this shall te a sifc,n
unto you;Ye shell find tiie
"bebe wrapped in swaddling
'clothes, lying in a manger.
And suddenly there was
with the angel a multitude
01 the iieavenlyiiost prais-
ing God,- and saying,
CJlory be to C3-cd-in the
higlicst, snd on ea^th peace,
good will toward men.
Luke 2: 6-14
REV. HlRATA IS
SUNDAY SPEAKER
TtTh e Htuniliation of
Christ^ was the topic of
Rev. Masao Hirata1s sermon
at tiie Sunday morning v;or-
- ship service of the Grana-
da Protestanl: ctiurch* Da-
vid ITakagawa was chairiiian
'f the meet ing held in Ter-
ry hr.ll, and Henry Suauki-
da was vocalist.
0q^^*^ ..r - ... _ 11.111 . ii.. X
WEEKEND CHURCH SERVICES.. ** ,
Event Time.. Rec 11.
SUNDAY , /
BUDDHIST
Sunday school 9^00 a.m. / 7J-12G
SS teachers# meeting 10:50 a.m. / 7G-12a
YP service ^;00 p.iii./ / 7G
PROTE&TAKT /
Sunrise prayer meeting 6:15 a.hi. ;ion
Sunday scnool 3:45>' e.ra. / 8H
Japanese service 10:00 a.m. /7II-10H
Sr£lish eervice 10:15 a.rj. ' 3H
YP meeting f. 7:00 Fi.ir... . 811
SATURDAY / SEVETTH-DAY ADYKTU^T
Ssbbath scuooi ,* 9:00 tt.m- 7G
Sermon 10:00 a.ru 7Q
CATHOLIC /
Mass . 7:00 p.m. UK
_DHIST /
Adult service 2:00 a.m. 7012G
_ Willi ffffMUig
CWMS M
Highlighted "by plays, Christmas carols, and greet-
ings froiu W. I^y Johnson,coriMunity services chief, the
Giiristnias progr&xa ofYiie Grar_:id& Protestent cirnrch will
be presented at 7 p.ra. tomorrow by members of the Sun- i
day school classes. Rev.
Ouiaki Kuzuhara is chaimas.
for the pro^raia to "be hold
in Terr^ hall.
Due to the limited seat-
ir^\ space in Terry hall,
admission will "be "by tick-
ets Mcii may "be obi:airifcd
from Rev. Kuzuhara, Rose
Tani, or at the cLurch of-
fice in the 711 recreation
hall.
The program will include
the following features:
Prelude
H'/TiinB *by the congrega-
tion.
Scripture r eadin in
English by Andrev/ Yahiro;
in Japanese by Michinaaa
Kinoshita, Luke 2:1-1^.
Prayer Rev. L. Suzuki.
Greeting, Rev* C. Kuzu-
hara.
White gift congregation. |
Merry Christmas son^,
beginners1 department.
Group recitation, pri-:
mary department.
Jewel song, primary j
class, junior department. ;;
Play, junior department.
Shepherds .<^1;chod (
Their Flocks,n group reci-:
tation with music, inter- i
mediate ^irls.
Living Christmas tree,
iait school girls. j
Play* j
"Silent !igLt,,f ,!Away ;
In The MangerSunday :
school choir
Eyinn, congregation*
Benediction, Rev. Yuzu-
ru Yameka.
Santa Claus.
Postlude,
Greeting, W. Ray Jonnson.

MORNING SIGMON
Rev. Akira Kuroda will
deliver the Christnas-day
serix>n for th^mornin^ wor-
ship service of the Grana-
da Protestant church to-
morrow. The service will
be^in at 10 a-m. in Terry
hall.


Page
and fears built out of five
months1 Msassociation wtth
PIONEER _.-.-_ IDaceniber 24,1942
A STORY IN KhEPlNCi WITH THE SEASON
tie hood yas bent low over the card in intonso oon-
oentration. Th^ coal burner gave off a steady, dulling
warratli. The soratoh of liis-pen cut sharply througli the
normal' contacts assailed axleme of the room.
him as he hurried \xn the
side street toward the main
road,
He glanoed uneasily at
a man standing in front of
two apingii^ doors airi tried
to walk pa^t9 his face
averted a
nH3110tha man said
Bihxgljm
,fHov/ do you do,n r2be
Ue scrawled; HBob James,150 Broadly Place.11
He Giesed his eyes and lli'tsd his head, scarcely
breethiag, his cMn resting in the palm of his hand
Broadway Plac-al Kg bbm ;not'. tnoro tho palm-lined
street aao tho acfit ^ood-jn house of his childhood. 'H
livco agaii in the rooms and sought every goiugx and
favorite hiding place. . .
Fe remembored past Christmases, ,
lie remembered getting on tha street car at tha' cor-
ner ? paying seven cents, and riding four miles into
tovm.
boy* s fao lit up with the Ee remembered gottiag off at Seventh street and
unexpected greeting. mingling r. 1th the crowd of lato evening shoppers, men
The man gestured with with bundles xxn^cf their arms 9 women in light ooats,
hiz heaJ toward the door.
Later in the day if you
have nothing to do, you
cfan con.e up to our WRA of-
fice and wait until its
eveiyone imbued With an innsr contentoent refloated
on their faoes and in the subdued tone of trieir voioos.
He renerfxbered standing in front of large show ¥/in-
dows that exhibited a glimpse -of toylana and v^atahing
the exiohap.ted look on cliildrens! facos.
tiue to go baGl^*,,
The boy5 wondrously re-
lieved ? thanked him and
walked on.
I3 rGi;,euiberod working
home at one in the morni^ag
house so as not to disturb
and or tho troc#
nights one year and coming
end tiptoeing about the
anyone wnile putting; gifts
C
ilia man v;as Projoct Di-
rootor Jamas G. Lindloy,
aauteiy understanding mat-
tex-of-faotly sincere*
Lindley is a graduate
of the University of Ari-*
zorm ¥/Itn a BS in mining
engineering* Not long ago,
that institution also be-
stowed a matesro logical
dagree upon Lim* .
He served in tiie ChemiGal
War farb service in World
War I and still holds a
reserve officer* s rating.
Moat of the years since
1918 found him in Arizona
and Mexico in charge of
large copper mines, inter-
j-dated with a period in
^^ubia^tan DC helping to
rApervise the COG
jn 193?. It was then that
Le met Dillon S, Myor, na-
tional iTiA director*
In i\-38 be was appointed
chief h igiae^ of a soil
coiS0fc,f*:oion pjogrr.r^ that
G.ver-~r four stc.t@i,,
naming a tour of tLne
centers and aa asaembly
ceatei* /to better ac Auaint
hiaself witii the jx oblems
of evacuees, he resigned
from the position to beoorae
direGtor of this Gentor.
Taciturn and retiring^
Lindloy is married and the
paroat of a daughter. Ho
enjoys reading and follows
astronomy for his hobby.
Suyeo Sako
'I?g roaembrred v/aking up to tho oxclaruations of joy
and tnc ruatling of paper as packages v^cre opened oarly
tbe nex£ morning.
Ke remmberaci being gia^ ever the gladness of others#
With a start his yelids cxjeneu*-lie rc;i)eaberecl that
Bob James might be in uniform and far froir. homeE too..
He turned again to the oard,in I)and: !,1^0
tried to think: of soaetaing original to write you in
line with tli season but h^.vG failed. Let it be enough
to say, Kerens to Victory in HSI11
Eoy Hamaji

FROM
POSTON,"''
Inoluded in tho Clirist-
celobration aro a
program by a mass 0110Ir of
200 voiGGS and a piay.pro-
se nlod by tho Christian
church jroung people.
A dana? bloa-k parties,
oar cling 5 and a firelight
sympnjay will round out
the setivi.ie
'SW[L0
T H E R. c e N T E a S *
B01IWE3
An outdoor ;^geant9 ^The
Nativity** will be x>rS^ntad
by the center chorus* Santa
Claus will sppeai1 3t the
various' block parties and
gifts to fclie
children.
miDOb
Mess halls .competed in
a treo docorating cc-itest*
lEEAn* M0U1US*^.
Ik: Sad wWed the
tr(s fox tha o^nter by
cut^iig ax6 bringing th
in, ^ovirs for tiie young-
sters ,oaxoiiags and
for oliildi r^a uadjr 15 ^ears
of age will be of the
holiday oelabratioa,
GILA"
A Christmas pagemt,
caroling, sport formal,
taen-a'ge cianc, Mock par-
ties and a movie, "Sun Val-
ley Serexmdewill be in-
cluded in the Gbxistmas
program.
A Ghrj s !;mas puppet show
ryresanted for the ele-
r.^ntar; sGhcol L iJ dr on
%,hxle tho older grovp hold
a !&m
luLE LiK... *
^'0 Christmas ccnoerts
v;ill bs prereated3 one by
the nisei cl)oir a-ad the
otner 1./ an xasei ^roup*
OKS
Holl.y aEd mistletoe can
be four5 in tha v/or^ds sur-
rounding the Jerome relo-
cstioa center. B es idoats
are busy gaihering tha fo-
liage for decorations.


December 24,1942___ PIONEER-----------Page 7
CENfli ¥0 Sft'M0?lNC lJIC¥Uiil'
POSTOFFIC
SWAMPtD
Ciiristmas means a
E PfnSQNNEL
BY LtUEflS '
lot of added up to 850, 700 over
last minute chopping and
mailing. This year 7as no
exception for the center
postofficewhichhedahec-
tic '.veek of liandling tliou-
sarids of letters and pack-
ages marked wi till yule greet-
in s.
On Monday alone,10,000
letters arrived in place
of tixe usual 2000, and the
story is the same of out-
going letters. Packages
normal.
A Santa Claus vas dis-
covered in Postals ter Sam
Kuriurra, Tho noticed a
nva*ex latter^ arriving
postage
an i ^ovsred ti,e ief icxency
r;ith hi3 om ste^ipt.
Tae stafi has worked
overtime tan last few days
and plane t-c work cn Chriat-
xras day to expedite deli-
varies on time
EIGHT TONS
COLLECTED
Eight tons of scrap me
tal forthevmr effort were
gathered on. the XY ranch "by
Z5 project residents, under
the direction of John K.
Justice, Henry Schimitz,
and Hfilpli Tr igts of til e farm
bureau last week.
Additional scrap metal
picked up on the Koen ranch
as v;ell as on the center
proper should surpass tiie
quota for Propers county.
Thia vail be. in keeping,
with the consistent quota-
busting r e c ords ox* the
evacuees, the farm bureau
said, in commending the
workers.
POUCi CHE
TRAFFIC LAW
Vehicles should not "be
parked witixin 25 feet of
81ly "buicliag in this cen ter
or "be driven between bar-
racks, according to the
safety regulations set up
by tne police department.
BOOK GIFTS
REQUESTED
Donations of old maga-
zines, "books, and table
lames ere asked by the rec-
reatiorx department for com-
munity u^e. Evacuees may
"bririg them to 7E recreation
hall or leave their naiae
end address and someone
will call.
SHOW TO RUN
ONE WEEK
f,Pardon My Sarong*' co-
starring Abbott and Costel-
lo 7/ill he the first reg-
ular movie to *be shown in
the center Jan. 3. It will
be screened for theresi-
denta of Blocks 7G 8G-., n~F9
and 8F in one of the Zxss
halls, as yet uudeterrdrK.a
There will "be t\;o bhov/in^.
A tentative schedule of
shov/ings foows:
Jan. 4.-cP end E
7E and 8E
5............9E and 921
HE end 1?.E
6. IIP and
12G Ena
7. ....11H and 11G
11IC^nd 1
8...... ..9H and lH
9K, 9L, and ^ of 3K
9........6H and 6G
7K? ?H, and of 8K
Admission h&s teen set
at 5 cents for children
from 5. to 15 years old and
10 oents for the &dr.
All profits will be U3ed
for recreation and cch^ru-
xUty benefits, according to
Harvey E. Turk, associate
coxoniunity services officer.
LOST; Book ,rWeelth of
Nations "by Adams Sr.ith.
Flease return to the Legal
office.
_ JidN
For the information of
those in the Gr&nada colter
who are relatives of in-
ternees, the following let-
ter from Edward J. 'Bani s,
director of tixe Alien Enemy
Control Unit of the Depart-
xneivfc of Justice, has been
received "by Project Director
James G. Lindl eys
To Internees and Members
of their Families:
I v;ish to advise intern-
ees and members of their
families that this depart
.ment is desirous of uniting
family groups in all worthy-
cases.
FAMILY REUNI
In situations v/here the
husband and v;ife are Doth
aliens of enemy ijationeli-
ties end have "both, been in-
tei'ned, this department
can arrange for their joint
transfer to a camp under
the jurisdiction of the
Imrrdgration and Naturali-
zation Service. It is pro
posed to establish addi-
tional ac c ommo ds t io ns at
tnis camp for the care of
family groups of present
internees. Valves or hus-,
bands and minor children
can file applications di-
rectly with this office for
pernu-ssion to join tne^ in-
ternee in.a family cainp when
these accoxmriodations are
available* iiis procedure
is open to & persons ir-
respective of v/iiether they
&re aliens or ^ in erican
citizens.
NO MOVKIONS IN C3IITEBS
In centers under the
WRA no provision has been
made for' the custody of
persons interned under a
final order of the attorney
general Consequently in-
ternees may not be admitted
to-relocation centers, even
in cases where their close
relatives are there. How-
ever, the wives and children
mey likewise apply to tlus
office for admission to
our family camps.
RELI?^ FOR DEPENDET7TS
A special appropriation
has been provided for tha
relief of needy wives,
children and other depen-
dents of internees, whose
straitened financial con-
dition or loss of support
results from the intern-
men*U Application for this
relief jaay "be made to the
United States attorney in
the district where the de-
pendents reside. On request
this office will furnish
the name and address of "bhis
United States Attorney.
Edward J* Ennis, director
Alien Siemy Control Unit
Dep8X*fcmeri of Justice '


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Page 8
.PIQKEER.
.December 24* 1942

INSTALLATION CAROLERS I
SIRS TOrilGHT
UL' NEEBO
TO-BE HELD
Installation of offi-
cers and the recognition
of all mergers of the
Girlsf Reserve and the
Circle clutos will take
place during the Christ-
mas candlelifoht oermm^
nial at Terry hall to-
ri ight at 7 o1 clock.
Sevent een Yrf CA groups
will be represented.
Mae Uno, pres ideal;
of thfe Twenteane, is
chairman for the effeir.
Representatives of the
Tri-Y council and the Y
Circle are in charge.
Boy Scouts .
Attend Party
Approximately 275
Boy Scouts attended the
Christmas party at 8E
mess hall Monday.
Singing games^ stunts
presented by Troop 162,
and refreshments were
enjoyed, A flag cere-
xoony opened the evening^
program# Geosrge Tashiro,
district Scout coiamis
sioner, spoke* Ed Tku_
naga was emcee*
In keeping with the
Christmas spirit, four
groups of carolers will
tour the center tonight.
Tte leaders of the
*oups are Jiximy Yama-
nakar fesao Satow, Ed
Jonoguchi end George
Yuauisa. Bfeyme Kishi di-
rected the ^itire group
fi^riug the practice see-
slone*
Pollowitig the carol-
inf, the groups will
gather at Terry hell for
a social.A nominal fee
of 10 centa is being
charged and will be pay-
able at th.e door. Games,
singing, and refreali-
riients are the Aversions#
The recreation depert-
mentf the YWCA, and the
Chrietien groups are in
charge# The Twenteens
made the name cards#
NO MORE DANCES
There will "be m
more cortaaunity dances
at Terry hall until
further notice, Harvey
E* Turkf associate com-
munity services officer^
announced Monday*
Lil Neebo, his pals,
and his girl friend will
be the principal and only
characters in a puppet
sho\? tomorrow at the 6P
mess hall Curtain time
is 6s45 pm
All center children
12 years old and under
are invited to attend
the play. Adults may
come only if they are ac-
companied *by a child.
The playA Little
Chrl stmas (Jif w v;as
written "by Hob^' u George
of the junior school
and is teing produced
by Khan Domoto*
PARTIES PLANNED
FOR YOUNGSTERS
Youngsters t?ill be
the center of attention
during, the C hr i stmas
parties planned for them
toy the various blocks
tonight and tomorrow*
Games, programs# and
parties are included in
the dpyfs activities.
Bigiil ightixag many of the
parties the ap-
pearance of Claus
presenting gifts*
Ieni mew i m m.m
Dances, vocal solos,
odoris, a skit, 6 tro_
bone solo, and a sur-
prise nmaber will be
featured at a talent
show, Monday in Terry
hall et 7t30 p.m. It
is sponsored by the rec-
reetion department*
Vocal solos will "be
rendered by Ifetty Susiiki,
Hatsumi Hishikavia, Ki-
miyo Matsushita, Mimi
Sasaki, Terry Ifee Mura-^
kaml, and Henry Suzuki de.
Novelty uximbers will
include a Hawaiian dance
by R&te.Hinoki, Chiharu
Hamahashi, Shizuko Ha-
mahashl, Fujiko Kasai,
and Chi jusa Okucia; a
skit by Shrank Susukida
end Hippo Ohibata; and
e surprise .number "by
Patrick Ide.
Presenting odoris in
colorful kimotios : will
\>q Ikuko Takano, Jene
Nagai, Betty Yamashita,
Chiyoko Kanageki, and
Fxrs. Higaki*
Alcene Akshoshi and
Disce "Bullies" Undo ill
give a dance duet; Esther
Satof a dance solos Miss
Miharaf a tap number.
A chorus composed of
Reiko Siximeda, Katheryn
Kavvashima, Toshiko Take-
uchirl^ay Yoahioka,Sally
Morinaga, and Lily Ha-
gatoshi^^ill offer nut-
ters.
Completing the pro-
gram Y/iXl be a troniboiie
solo ty Paul Higeki;
piano solo by _dko
Ota;. ad a vocal duet
*by Ketheryn l>tsui and
Jane KohaEia#
Oski Taniwn.' > ^ill "be
master of ceremonies.
Admission v?ill "be by
tickets only and may be
obtained at the 7E rec-
reation hall, free of
charge#
The program coinniittee
includes Suxui Kaviarnura,
chairm Jean Tanaica,
Iris Ito, John Kimura,
end Eleanor Tanita, In
charge of decorations
are Sakse Kaw ashiri,
Toshi Matauoka, Hobi
Fujiu, and Chippy Imai.
4


Dooenber 249 1942
that nobody knows how to
manage a wife but a bach-
elor.
-George CoLaan
KELP BELIEVING
There IS a Santa Glaus!
This, above ail,you must
oonvinceyour ohilaren (and
yourselves) of. Ungrammat-
ical yes, but- truer than
ever this year.
0? CR^VACS
Some of the more flam-
"boyaut ,lValor,,-brand gift
ties displayed in the Gen-
tar dry-goods store force
us to conclude that ^he
manufe-oturer must've meant
that it would take a aiale
with considerable valor to
wear one v;ith any anount
of* nonchalance.
RE: RLG
V/anted; 35 girls of
GOile^e age to endorse an
athletio program for them-
selves. In answer to in-
dividual pi In-
activities for older girls,
Harvey E. Turk, roo-oiiisf,
declares that oue-soore-
and-f i f t qqu girls must
sanction the plan before
it can be developed. So
itf s up to you. I' you
want suoh a program launched
hare, please notify Mr.
Turk or b.u.g,
TELIPUS FUQFJ
You people who forgot
or aadn, t time to send yule-
tide greetings have tl:ie
to mail Ha ppy-New-Y$ar
cards #
GOOPlUTION DI
It must he seen to be
a-roreciated. V/q mean the
elaborate Christmas decor
of the 8K dining hall.
(Take one look, and your 11
know why 've can11 say
"mess. Sup ervisad by
student-architects and art-
ists, the 8K xesideuts have
created an ataiosphere that
radiates i^t.mas-pXus,f
They1 ve oonstracted an al-
mo^t-real fireplace, fash-
ioned a wreath from dry,
desert sage, made trot or-
naments with baby-food cans*
piocea of tin, paper, etc,
etc. See it and form your
ov/n impressions.. ,ve cant
find the right words.
________?IONEEB___________
WOMEN WAN T
8ROOHS, BUCKETS
Any*extra brooas or buck-
ets?
It*s not the junk-man
this time, but an urgent
need di&olosed by members
of tha Granada \vo;;ien, s fed-
raixm-r*that enterprising
body tiiat1 s constantly on
the soao-bo:: for better and
healthier living 0011aitions
withia thi CQiitor,
The latest beo in thece
v;ome:iT s chapoaux is the
s.iortase of brooms aixd buok-
ecs in many barracks. Some
blocks, in fact, have so
fo\i of these essential J;v;o
b1 s that the ^hroe .or four
available brooms are almost
down to their last bristles.
Aiad ask any woman if there1 s
anything as exasperating
as a broom that doesn't
sweep clean.
So--if there are any
extra brooms and buckets
'of tTie most heartwarming
Christmas spirit in this
2aar of strife and tribu-
lation. '
From the qs time tec- 311
cities and towns- throughout
the nation thut donated
gifts to this o-3nter, ap-
oximately 367 yjaakages
v^ere rsoeived, aaoh of them
containing several small
gifts. The1 bulk' of the
presents wore sent by such
organizations as ladies aid
groups, missionary sooic-
tics, and the lifce.
The huge task of sorting
anc! wrapping th& gifts v/as
largely haadlsd by volun-
teers from tho *v/menf s fed-
eration Giir Istian lad ies
aid, Buddhist church Y;vLGAf
YV/GA, and by several Indi-
vidual lielpcrs wlio worked
tirelessly from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. every day for the
past tv; or three veelcs.
Delivery of the packages
.to tlie.various distribution
points within the center
TRUCE?
The ,,bys,J have taken
more than a lot from !,us
girls11 in the past, so well
clean the slate for 143
v/iththe traditional words,
f,good will toward IvIENlf,
centers is to evacuees oxm
manifestations.of a true
will be made by the 3y
Scouts,
Iadiaative of the vol-
untary nature of the gift
donations are the countless
letters that accompanied
the bundles that began ar-
riving here several '-/eeks
ago. One reads:
"My dear friends.*.we
are very happy to send you
a box of Christmas gifts
for the oaildren under your
supervision, .wer wish you
all a very merry Christmas
aad a hapy new year And
may (}C bless you in your
work in Ilis name.
Others \7rxtG,'1. #in thase
trying times, it seems we
all feel we like to have a
part in trying to make
ethers happy".I trust this
box will reach you safely,
and may it help to spread
cheer among a few of tlic
many whom, you are trying
to help,M
A service dedicating the
gifts was held Wednesday
in the G-ranada Protestant
churoh headquarters*
Here, truly, is one in-
stance in which it IS Hth0
spirit of the tiling that
counts most*,H
__________Page 9
DEDICATION
You are to be congratu-
lated that you, have lived
a life before evacuation
to merit the thoughts, pr^-
ers, and gifts of thousands
on the outside,
vV. Hay Johnson.
Community services chief
Christians xiho consist-
ently helped us since Pearl
Harbor ag^in niake evident
thoir good will, fellow-
ship, and faith through
theso gifts.
Masao Satow
Council chairman
----^----------------------
that can be done v-;ithout,
they would, as onmoman
laughingly put it, make a
welcome Christmas gift for
soine barrack that is being
forced to do without anj.


CAGE MGi^S
MEET MONDAY
MaBagers Interested In
entering a team, in oae of
five basketball leagues to
be forced by the recreation
d8x>artaent are asked to
be present at the 7H rec-
reation hall, Mono ay at 7
pm* A seating, of managers
of girls1 teams will also
b held in lH rooreatlon
hall.
The leagues will be di-
vided into fiv^ groupss
unliaitodj industrial, block,
mass, and girls.
Sports Books
Available
Books on various types
of athletio games may toe
borroved at the 7B recrea-
tion hall. Borrowers may
keep a book for not more
than three days# A 2 cents
oharge will be made for
eaGh day the book is over-
Tiie pc-ss ing oombination
of Soapy MiyasMma to Ms
wxngmau Kiyoshi lamate was
good for two talliesas
the Modes to Btooknms regis-
tered their four tb conseou-
tivQ win by d owning the
strong Mong G-or^g iiaggots,
12-6j in the first game on
the 9S gridiron, Sunday*
By this victory th^ Skoo-
kums are undisputed leaders
of the American league.
Modesto g ar aered ita
Initial touchdown in the
second quarter wlien Soapy
tossed a pass to and lamate
for six points,
Yamst was also on the
reoeiviag end of another
pass from Soapy for the
seqond score# Both con-
version attempts failed
The Maggot,f s lone aoore
came via the air ^Iso. Soro
The TurlooK Bulldogs v/on
another garue Tuesday by
defeating tbeModesto Midg-
ets, ?-0 on the 93- play-
ground in a National league
contest.
Sam Nskataniled the of-
fensive tlirust of ths Bull-
dogs by booming off tackle
from the Midget1 s five-yard
line to score ffi@ only tally
of tha &£uae. He was also
on the pitching end of a
pass to Harry Kajioka for
the extra point.
The 9CJ gridiron was the
scene of the first Turlock
win Saturday when they tum-
bled the league-leading 7F
Skibos off their ^eroh,13-
0, in the second National
leagze game
With this loss the SM-
bos were thrown into a
three-way tie for top loop
honors with the 9$ Raid-
ers and the Livingston
Wolverines.
Sasaki ahucked one to Pete
Ota in the end 301x0.
In tlm second American
league game placed Sunday,
tlie PIONSEB Newshawks v/eat
down, to defeat at the hands
of th Yogore 7-0*
Swede Purukawa pitolie^
a vqbs to Johnny Niisawa
for the Yogorss 0111y score.
Swede then threw a pass
to Mao YamaguGhx for the
extra point*
No Paper
Saturday
Th PIONEEB will not
ba published on Saturday
bat will resume it-s-reg^
nlar schedule next week
wiIh editions on Wednes-
day ond Saturday.
EIGHT MORE
In order to bring the
long dram-out touch foot-
ball season to a close,
tea^s have been playing
every day this wcik on th8
9G gridiron*
A pair of TB* league
games -are scheduled for
this afternoon. The first
Gontabt will find tLe Mo-
^Gsto Midgets facing the
Walnut G-rova Del tans, whll
the second game will bring
together the 9E Raiders and
the Turlook Bulldogs*
Tomorrow, the Livingston
Wolverines and the ?F Skl-
bos, both of the National
league, will tangle in the
first of a doubleheader to
ba played. Thesaoond tussle
will feature two Amerioan
league teams,the Mong Goag
Maggots and tho Kau Kau
Lane Zeros,
Saturday's grid menu has
the Zeros again taking the
field to tangle with the
logore V/olves in the first
game, and the Mong Gong
Maggots elaslixng with the
Amaoiie Roughridars in the
seaond game.
On Sunday, a crucial
contact will be in store
for the iiaar loan league
leaders, the Ifodssto Skoo-
kums w/10 face the up-and-
coming logore Wolves, Un-
less there is an upset f
vfliicli is highly improbable,
the Skookmns v/ill be the
undisputecl champions of the
^A* touob football league.
In the second game-the
final for th season-the
cellar champion PIOKEEE
NavjsHawks and the Amaohe
Boughriders will hold the
gridiron spotlight.
MODESTO CAGEKS
DOWN PIRATES
The Modesto Sk 0okums
beat the Granada Pirates,
47-42, ile the Walnut
Grove girls lost to the
Granada high girls, 18-lSf
last night at the Grenada
high school gym.
DEUANS LOSE
Th ANOTHER.
Saturday the 9E Haiders
eked out a 7-6 win over tlie
Walnut Grove Deltaas and
yesterday the same Deltans
and LMngston Wolverlues
fout to a scoreless tie.
due.
MODiSI WWf CIN;
IttDl.I


Dec^aber £4,1942.^ ___K0HE2R-----------Page 11
WIti CHOI) 13 .U ff +
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM !
PLAYER and TMM position ELI and TEAM
MIYASHIHA, JAMES (S) BaCK iM) ITO, H!l10SHI
FURUNO, AR BACK uM) TSUflUTA, JOHN
fURUKAWA, SWtDE ;>Y ' BACK IK) ARit, HIDEO
SASAKI, GORO (H) BACK (k) rilNO^.1, KOE
HAMADA, MlthS (S) cHD (<)OK')i)A, hAi
HIRAI, YOSHIO (S) GUARD ^ATSUOKA, TOSHIO
r.OANAKA, WCC^DRCW (!i) C'tNTK ' UM5 MATSUSHIMA. I. AVE
UVEDA, KATSUh! (S) GU^RD (R* KlTAGAV/A, Lcf FY
ARIi^CTO, KENIC il<) ENC) (i) YAHATh. KlYCSli!
Lmmw
6kookuins? S; I..ia&gotss L4 Kau Kaus, K; Nev;shawks? H; Rcufe}iridera? R; Yogores, Y. :
HONORABLE
LinenenJack tiamahashi, li; Suyeo Sako, N; rich! Na^asufi, K; Herr7 Yoshida^
K; Yoneji /ukunaga, 1.; Jim ixamaji, IT; Aiii Vat&naue, K3 Jar.es Kiiuoto, xi.
BacksLoss Uyesugi? R; Tor. Yokoi9 Y; Welt Fuchi£ai^i? N; Pete Ota, U; Lissao
Igesaki, L| Jack Ito, N| Ken uliki, E; 3l) Iii:ano,II; ILny ToKunara, S.
6V JsdC SU/HVA
The FIONSER All-^ter se-
lection was mde by mexabers
of tbe CSraneda PIONEER cteff
and -was compiled from the
players who hsd participeted
in at least three league
games Here are the reasons
which made tiiem our All-
Star. *
James tf3oapy!, Miyashlmr* ?
"back: Rated "by most op-
ponents as 1iie most valuable
player in tlie league. Com-
bined with his flanfcman,
Miles Hamada, this duo was
the leagues test offensive
tiireat* Myashima^ unique
ability is shorn l?ythe fact
that seven of liodesto1 s
eight touchdowns scoredin
four gemes insulted direct-
ly from his passes. Not
only did lie star in the
backfieid, "but Le was an
outstnndirig defensive end*
Arcta Puruno, back; A
triple-tiireat star of the
Keu Keu Lane Zeroes- Furuno
carried most of the team1 s
offens-ive burden in passing,
running and kicking. He
was eqpecially noted for
his punt inn v;hich k ept
his tem: out of many holes.
Swede Furulcawa, back;
The offensive threat of the
Yogcre teem, ilt'ao'ogji pass-
ing -was definitely his
forte, he was the leaguefs
most ieared. 'broken-field
runner.
Goro Sasaki, "bnck; The
league Ts top all-er ound
back. lie could run, kick,
end pass with, the test
Besides doing triple duty,
Sasaki vms a standout pass
receiver* He v/as -the Mg
re&son the Maggots are in
tue tup "bracket*
hills' Eamada3end: Rated
as tlie best all-around end.
Besides teing a dangerous
pass receiver, Ms aggres-
sive defensive p1e y was
outstanding* He also carried
Ijbfiestc/spuntingduties-
Eenzo Arixr:otof end: A
player, noted for Ills ?;suess-
int:. the opponenufs plays,
taere*by "being able to stop
tiiem."before they "began# He
was also 8 'brilliant pass
catcher#
Yoshio H i r a 1,£U8rd:
The leagued most versatile
linei^n# Ks was not unlike
a stonein the Ivlodesto
line* It was Hiraifs work
fcix&t mede it possible for
Eiyashima to execute many
of his spectacular passing
plays, ne was also recog-
iiiged as the most valuable
lineman in the league.
KBtsmrl Uyeda, Luard:
Another greet lineman in
the Skoolmrrfs forward wall.
He was a fierce ISLocker and
charter and broke up aeny
of hi^ opponents plays*
Woodrow Cdanak^ center:
1 center who stood out "by
himself among the pivotman
of tlie league. Strong on
defense, lie carried the
line-'baGkiri£ duties for the
Laigotis. His aggressiveness
caused the opposing team
me.ny headaches. Although
lie didnt do much punting,
he was rated as one of the
leagued better punters*
NATIONAL GRID LEAGUE ALLSTAR TEAM
FndU-cro Shizuruj S:
Glue-fingeroips snatcher,
fast as light.
End~Flojd Hixzawa? T;
Deadly on pulling down
short passes, seldom nsuck-
ered.n
GuardRay Tsurumoto, R;
Figures opponent% ofi.e.nse,
steady, alert, quick.
G-uardSusuir.u Ogino, M;
Hard rutting,11)16 on
defense*
CenterGiro Saisiic, T;
Whips ball back with un*
errii^ accuracy, f^st charg-
in
BackFrank Tashiro, T:
Brilliant field {-en^ral,
"blocks savegely.
BackSail Ka^aniura, B:
Best passer in league,cool
under fire, tricky runner.
BackJ un Furuno3 R:
Beadly s outixpaw chuck er,
clever on reverse prlays*
BackSab Naketani,
Runs, passes, kicks, 8 dan-
generous triple-threat men*
*Horira'ble Mention^
Oeore LoriKenji To-
tsuya, Tom Tokunaga, T^k
Uyesugi, Sanui, I'!akoto
Sakiguch^ Art Shoji, Shiro
K^v/ainura? Ilsrvin Enomoto,
Bobby Uno, William Hama-
nishi, Georre Hinoki*
legend;
TurlockT. SkH?osS*
Ilodesto~M Raiders-B*.


M,, M_ _, ... H I'ngh J^ < X>
December 24,1942
_G k A N ADA PIONEER- _
Published :7etodays a Saturdays by tla //RA and
distrifeutad free to every apartment Editorial of-
fice: PIOiffiER building3 ijnache, Colo.
ski Tsmiwaki, director Bob Hirano, editor
Staff': Harry Iks/fidith Kodaxu8,Pioy Hamaji, Suyeo
Sako, Walter i\ichigami, Jiro Sumita, Khan Komai, Tazie
ICusuDOki, 1 Jack I to, Fred Myaxnoto, Bober Assmoto,
Tcinoko Yatabej Alice Taketa, Joseph- Ide, Choji Eakeno,
! 'Elmer Iuka, Hiromichi tori moto, Tsugime Akaki, Jim
TamagucLi, Sa"b Ofcaimra, George Haiaemoto, Masaji Karai,-
i John Tsuruta, HirosHi Ito. .
Another War Christmas
In the wake of the adjourament of the 7?th Congress,
more stringent rationing, and propitious news from all
battlefronts, the US tia*lxtaned its belt and prepared
to ooserve ita eecond ChristBSs of the war,
A year of strife iiaa wrought sweeping Giianges ths.t
have missed no one 11> women, or child4
Out of the confusion of twelve montlis ago has de-
veloped a deadly earnestliess and comprehension of the
road aliead# Control over manpower, food production
and distribution, and fuel has iDeen established with,
further control in the offing. Production figures
have proved the industrial might of the naticm, and
workers and fighting men face the coming year with con-
fidence and faith.
No less a change s taken place in the observation
of this Christmas.
Men are stetioned far from horae. Curtailment for
war use has cut down on the lights and trininings tra-
ditional to this time*
But the fundamental cnange lies deeper. As our
ttoughts turn to unirs%l fraternity and good will,
we see the real value of and. poace* Never
again will we take them for
-R* H.
. fe- Uma Koobx
Your assemblymen are re-
ceiving lessons outlie what
and whys of the oo-op. E.
H. Buncorn and the cornmu-
nity enterprise cornnittee
are holding discussions at
the assembly xueeings so
that the assemblymen can
carry the gospel to the
people*
A campaign to sell mem-
berships in the cooperative
will start rolling before
the new year comes around.
Memberships have tentative-
ly "been set at ¢5 eacn,
with. $15?000 as the goal.
High school "boys end
girls working in tlio-'mosa
lialls, who recently went
on a one-meal strike, seem
"be staging h ,losing
fight.
Tiie joker seems to in
the rule that no student
shall work for pay "between
8;45 a.m* and 3:45 p*m. on
school days*
Ted Tanaka, head of the
mess division, said that
lie "believed the ruling was
unfair to tlxe school cliil-
drexx wiio had "becrn (iraftefi
for work when a labor short-
age exxBtedand that if
going to. school and working
interfered ith the-effi
cienoy of mj student either
at school or at work,these
students are the ones to
"be dealt with rather than
all the student workers#
But regardless of Ms
sentixocnt, the rule that
th^y ceirnot Yvork between
8:45 a.m. and S;45 p*m.
mekes it inadvisable for
the mess division to use
students "bfeoaMu workers
are needed to servo unctu
The agriculture depart-
ment has a problem con-
frontiag them that makes a
mountain look like a molo
hill.
The 5,600 acres that
were private cultiva-
tion this year must "be guI-
ti?ated lyj the WRA next
year. This is a must.
^ut how to induce our
center labor to undertake
this work at ¢19 in compe-
tition with outside labor
and with tlie WRA resettle-
ment policy is no little
headache *
PositionsBe .ava
for qualified Japanese iBn-
guage interpreters w ith
ttie Foreigii Broedcpst In-
telligence S.r^ice of the
/t.deral Coiiimunioations Gbm-
mission at Portland, Ore.
TAK KQGA
n r / \
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I \ L-w / ^
Tak Kuga vms re-elected
assistant chief of the cfen-
terf b police force this
r/eek at the 7G- mess liall.
Other nm ranking offi-
cers:
A_ itoabe, secretary;
Pumio Tfani, H. Takata, S*
Ota, captains; George Aka
hosiii, R. H^shimoto, Balph.
St'giinoto5 desk sergeant.
K*Tanal)e, T KobayasM,
K Ouo, field sorgeants;
T* Snigeta,raLief sergeant;
Jiro Tani, Y. Nakamura, M.
luurotani, special detail
officers.
informs Davis EcEntire of
tho WRA Employment division
in Wusixington# . -"
Qualification include
citigeixship, on el
command of both Japanese
and English, and the a"bi
ity to make rapid, sum-
mary translations of Jap-
anese radio "broadcasts
Successful appli cants
:ill be granted clearance
*by the Amy, appointment to
federal positions, and ex-
emption from evacuation.
Iritcrested parties should
fill out leave clearance
applications Form ^BA-126
Amache Actors
11\ 1 GQt i flQ
A meeting of the Amache
Little Tiioertcr group will
be held Tuesday at 6s30
p*m* i?.:. 8H-6D. All tlxoso
int frosted are urged
attend.


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