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Granada pioneer, December 30, 1942

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Granada pioneer, December 30, 1942
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
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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 19

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Full Text
Vol* I, No* 19
Amache, Colorado
December SO, 1942
SENATOR IN
COMPLAINT
DIRECTORS- MESSAGE
To my friends in the Granada relocation centers
I am grateful for your past cooperation and look for
its continuation; I am sure that your conduct has mer-
ited the admiration of the community as.well as that
of those 1b the authority who kno^v the cheerfulness and
fortitude with whicli you are carrying oxiyour contri
but ion to tlxe war effort.
May the New leer bring a resolution of your problems,
a return to a more normal life, a recognition of your
services and actions in tills center..
May you keep your faith in America and Democracy,
and may America and tilia Democracy keep their faith
with you l
JAMES G. II1DL1Y
Project director
ciiii
ftl Wiiffl£_as
The charter of the Granada relocation center was
approved "by the WasMagton office of the YRA and "by
Project Bireetor James G. Lindley Monday and will te
presented to center residents over 18 years of age for
ratification soon*
In .organization ooismittee began ork on the ciiarter
two months ago. The first effort of the committee was
rejected by Joseph Smart, field assistant director,
because he felt it overstepped the bounds set *by WM
regulationsi
The charter as it stands now culminates efforts of
ooimnittee members to lay groundwork for a successful
community government As such, the final approval or
rejection will be decided "by center residents.
Ration Books
Called In
War ration fiookq must
"be surrendered Caucasian
employees who eat 12 or
more meals per -week at the
staff mess and by evacuees
who still have them, said
T. Read Hanson, principal
fiscal accountant.
Tiie books are to"be 'sur-
rendered at tixe office of
budget and finance where
receipts v/ill be given and
"books safeguarded*
Books will be returned
to employees who leave the
project or eat less than
12 meals per week at tile-
staff meas and to evacuees
who sre discharged from the
center#
Employees to
Work 48 Hours
Instructions received
from the Washington office
stating that t|ie hours of
duty for ail WRA employees
have been changedto 48hours
were released to all the
center diirisian chiefs by
Project Director James G*
Lindley, this week#
Sie ney ruling lias "been
effectiT since Saturday.
' Employees will now "be
required to work eight hours
on Saturday instead of the
usual four.
This order applies to
the e¥acuees as well as the
Admin i s trat iv e personnel,
according to the ii^struc-
The controversy over the
Granada center's- school
"building will reach the
Senat e¥s appropria*y.ons
coimittee when Congress
convenes next month, it was
predicted by an Associated
Press dispatch from Washing-
ton, this week-
Senator Id Johnson of
Colorado Mill senda letter
to that group protesting
the expenditure of 1308,006
for the G-ranada school
"buiWing, the dispatch said*
Previously Johnson protested
to the War Relocation au-
thority and receiveda let-
ter of reply from Billon S.
Myers national director.
JoJinsoEseid he was Hdis-
satisfiedf, with ^erfs ex-
planstiou, and will carry
the matter to the appro-
priations committee althougjh.
it is too late to stop the
oonatruction of the Granada
school "building. The WRA
oMains its funds from the
appropriations coHiiiittee*
Gonmerited the Rocky
Mountain News:
Senator Johnson is dead
right in taking vigorous
exception to tiae expendi-
ture of the absurd amount
of no less than ¢308,000
for a school building for
the Japanese relocation
center &t Granada*
^Unfortunately, it is
too late to stop tJais waste*
The contract has been let
and construction,is under
way. But Senator Johnson
ssys he Mil carry the
fight to the appjro prist ions
eoznmittee in the next Con-
gress an# try to check mich
extravagance in ad¥ance.
1fWe hope he succeeds
The sum of 308,000 is
wholly out of proportion
in View of th usual cost
of cuntryschoolsixiOol-
continned on page 5


Page 2
fiiii isaii
mi
by Khan Komai
Tho char is now in
tho >handa of tho projoot
dirootor for approval5 tlio
amount of business before
the bouse is gradually do-
Glining, and the .noad for
daily moatings of the ocm-
munity as:?Qmbiy no longor
exists* Consequently, tho
aasombly has dGcidGd to
oonveuo tri-week;]y Instead
of daily .unless soraotliiag
spQoial, arises,
*
L suggestion was made
by the assembly to the com-
muaity enterprises t hat
sales receipts t vmioh some
olerLs fail to give to the
on3^omars 5 and which soma
M(3f|SEE.mber 30,19
.6 K Vn A P A PIONEER '
( ^ ,
Published Wednesdays.'arid1-Saturdays by the XMA and
distributed free to every apartment. Editorial of-
fice: 2101WS-Ti builiing, imaohe, Colcu .
Otski nan3wa!xi9 direator Bob Hirano, editor
Staffs Edith Kodama, Eoy HamajifSuy@o Sa Sundta, Khan Koraais Taxio Kusuiiok:!^ Jaclv Ito, Frod
Miyamoto ^Robert ^smoto f?ouo ico Yatabe, Alice Takota,
J:jsgh lue,, Ghoji Kateno^Eimor. loka, HiromiGhi Mori
moto, Tsugimo Akaki,.. Jim Taguohi, Sab Okamura,
Gaorgc iinmamoto, ilasnjl Murai, John 2suruta, Hiroshi
Ito, Harry loic. ' .
S eJ f (j o \/ e r n m e n t
Appropriately enough, a aew era of self-government
will bugiu with the now year.
After months of work on the part qf block: assent-
bl;;men and adrr.inistrators, a self-government charter
has been dravm up aud will be submitted to residents
of the center for ratification so*
Because it is to serve as a cornerstone for demo-
craoy Ixx tho GQntor, the PI0NE3B is printing the com-
plete text of the cjharter in tiiis issue.
V/ suggest oach resident read it carefully and keep
.Gustomers., refuse v;h§a of-
fered to them be get saGida
for a Gomraunity fund'. That
is, the rebates from thosa
sales ba turned into a gen-
oral oommunity fund
than into, somo individuals
poctcet *

it for referenoe*
More I hanks.
For enjoyable meals during the holidays, we too
thank the chefs, fmll w>rkprs, ^rehousemen, voL-
untGGra, ard mos division staff _ '
V/oll3f jovial oiuof steward, and his assist-
ants f lv/ao Hataaaka., llomcai Sa^ov;, Tod Tanakaf Toshio
ffii6 efforts of a f Saika9 ana Tetsu Morimot? daso^ve praise for thair ef-
ic:i.viluals.. to solve the forts in securing the food and preparing the menus for
labor probl have
resulled in a iadjustment
whio^ rir.ou?.w h :^atis
fao corv to tvr!^ r]Ivi-
sion ^\c\ Hvr^ :vk-o'rs.
2} h v;-2 rkuna has
a o' ^x-rs :are of
part uuio v;c.r^ at a d if-
foxyrt srl9 of c^y from
the tomaj/ witn which
v/o all t familiar For
v/or/ers workiing less than
20 ys in a'montbjths pay
is 70¢ a dayf for a eight
hour day* Under this pro-
vision,if the .student puts
in a 36 hour week, he will
be paid from ¢12.60 to
$14.00 a month.
The problems still to
th center.
'

THE EDITOR
us in providing splondid
We woulc1 li'ce to^ thank Christmas dinners.
all the chefs aid their During the coming year,
dining hall stefTe,' the may we aontiaue to e^ijoy
warehouse man, the decora- youy oooparation in the
tors, and the, volun4aer faoa of impendiag food ra-
workers iu tn e various tionin
bl3tiS who aoopsrated with. MB3S DIVIS10U MAilA-GEMEin?
V
.Me
ill
rr


7a^m. pi'o spoots vera farm labor, Many \Rere.prone
b overoome will be the
neoeasit^ of inoreasing
the mess personnelfobtain-
ing fepaoial permission by
the students- in. order ,to
bright in September when
Don R, Sabin, field nsvre-
.sentativo from Washington,
l)Gf\vas haro and plans xmro
laid to place project lands
to sit back and wait for
offers f_ outside worlc*.
x oounteraot this ten-
dency, Joseph IL Smartf
regional director mDemer,
work: during tho nocn meals, under oultivatiou*
points out that only om^
and oonsidcring tho reac-
tion of the otbor workers,
* * m * *
5!o tho unfortunate mem-
bers -of our .families left
in California, Yusawa
of 8K suggested that whon
the moohi is made, each
block spare a few pieces
to send as a nw years
greeting.
Then two unexpected sit-
uations arose which steadi-
ly depleted the farm work
corps to* only 20 meru
Offers o f employment
harvesting sugar teats and
potatoes led many to tlie
outside* -
Tho naw VffiA policy of
rosGttlcmont also had an
offoot on the source of
fourth of the resident pop-
ulation. can bo ejected
to bo relocated during the
next yoar :
Instead of idly waiting,
Smart urg^s that ovoryono
accept v;ork* especially on
the farm project to alle-
viate food shortages and
ooatribute-to the aenterfs
food1 supply.


7G-12G
12G
2so. -p*m*,
7i00 p*m
9:00 a.m.
!0*.00 a*m.
J SPEtD
Lf'
Drivers of WRA oars and
trucks are asked to koop
the spood limit down to EO
milos per hour to ccnsorvo
gasoline, according to a
suggestion made by Chief
llaohinist Slnie C. Brown,
today.
Cars capable of giving
20 miles per gallon at 20
miles per hcmr will'show a
decrease in mileage with a
corresponding increase in
speed
Other conditions impair-
ing t?j@ economy of vehicles
ai*e excessive idling, racing
of standing motors,^quiefc
accelerating, too close
setting of valve tappets,
excessive choking, a nd
starting too quickly,added
Brown.
New Arrivals
Boost Figures
The arrival Of eleven
new residents last week
boosted the oanter popula-
tion figures t o 6,822,
stated Paul H Praler,hous-
ing superintendent.
Arrivals are the Juytaro
Kitajima family, and Sei-
jiro Ogav;atHeart Mountain;
Bill Tsuici | Tule Lak0 Su-
taro I n o u y e Phillips,
Mont *; and S* Yamaguchi,
MoGchoe, Ark*
RESiCtNT OfHCE
WORKtk^ FfcTfD
Cacausian administratis
employe3 in tho fiscal,
procurcmont,porsormolf and
offioo sorvioos departments
Qatcrtainodl too ovacueos in
those divisions Thursday
afternoon, A aongfost was
held and rofroshmente wore
sorvad.

Timo
7^00 a.m*
Bog Hall
UK I
REVEALED
.Beginning Friday, a new
clinic schedule will go in-
to effect at the center
hospital, according to Ger-
ald A. Duffy,chief medical
director*
Speciax clinics will be
open In the mornings from
9:30 to 1ls30 a.m, and are .
as follows:
Monday........Venereal
Tuesdaj, ..........ahest
Wednesday*well-baby
ThursdaygyxxeGiology
Friday iranatal
2ho general clinits'will
be open' in, the afternoon
from 2 to 4 'o1 clock Monday
through Friday, and on Sat-
urday morning from 9:30 to
XX # 3 s
Hospital Staff
Holds Party
Tho Cwxiatmas get-ao-
quaintod party hold last
viQek by tho hospital por-
sonnel and workers was en-
joy.ed by more than 300 per-
sons. Yuri Yuge and Dr* Joe
Abe were co-chairman of
the event.
.Entertainment numbers
featured -Diauae Eado# Kinu
Mihara 9' Sumi Kawamura f aM
Brush Aral and Ms_ KanaLeans*
STRESS LAWS
.OF SAFETY '
To stress the importaaGG
of safety,a moating of the
GffiployoGa of tho? T and S
aarago soQtion is hold c*?ory
other weak, said Qiiof Ma-
chinist Elzio C# Bi!v;a*
HIn an organization such
as ours whore cloctriaal
raaohanisms and gasolino arc
constantly usedt thoro is
always tiic danger of flying
metal particles or combus-
tion causing*firo. However 5
with safety moaeurcs# wo
mil prevent aGGidents which
might impair or handicap
our employees. We: will
strive to prevent a single
injury to our personnel,f,
stated Brom, ,
As tJae first step in its
safety program, the garage
section apxjointad firs mo-
nitors to takie- Qharge in
case of fira*
? Mxm aui Flu I-oa-
baf 7E-6A, a girl, SLaron-
lee Etsuko, Dw# 18*
To Ivir* arid Mi*^*Masa Na-
kano,11P-1ID, a boy, Den-
nis Ifesaji, Dec.19*
Mr* and Mrs* William
HidQ Shirai, 12F-12D, a
boy, Kiyoshi. Robertf Deo*
22,
To i!r. and Mrs* Senosuke
Kimura, 12G-12A, a boy,
Roger Aifira, Doo# 22.
To Mr. and -Mrs* Hichiro
Kirnura, 11F-12G, a boy,
Dqc, 25.
To Mr. and Mrs* Nisayo-
shi Hagai, 11E-UB, a gitlf
Deo. 27.
CENT[ KT
HAVE OMOCHI
Othoohi for the Ile^v Year
has 'been assured with the
arrival of 100 saGks of
**mochi-goni0t" according to
an announcement by th mess
division. Th^m sacks are
allotted each mess hall*
YOUNG BUuDH!-T^,
tLfrOFflCERb
Tsukasa Saneto elec-
ted president of the Amache
Young Buddhists association
at a meeting in tha 7G reb-
reation hall recently.
Other officers elootod
wore- Hits .Kagohiro, first
vioo president; Mabel Fu-
rukswa, soor^ vice i^resi-
dent; Elsio Noyoshi, reo-
ordlrxg secretary; Joe Nori.-
kane, oorresponding secre-
tary; Ka^uo Kiynof treas-
urer ; HIrotaka Olcubo, re-
searali Ghairmaxi; Jaan Suye*
oka social chainnan; Mary
Watauabe and Yaeko Morita,
music ohaimen. Advisers
are Satsuo Ogawa,aud Revs*'
xOkiuyu Shlrakawa and M.Yo-
nemura.


Event
,GATUQL1G
Mass . - .
BUDDHIST
Aduxt service :
.SEIGHO 10 IY1
Serviq
, SEÂ¥EWffi-BAY MWSOTIST
.Sabbath school
Sermon
D0Oember 30,1942-
PIOKEEB
S fi.-
NEW HOURS
IliCCffSfIf)8 MADf
BIRTHS EMPHASIZE
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Page 4=___________________PIOKEiE __________December 30,1942
GAMBLE ' k CffWll
ISIffl)
The li-st of ^sntral-:warehouses in California which
will-ship houBehold.goodB ^nd personal effects to this
center at goexpense lias l)een released by E^nry
F, Holliday,--senior administration ofxicer^
' 'Ehmcraees moy:s6iiid gdds..tc the warehouseisi
j . . , . Fresno,, 414 n^r street,
i. )ry..jp^njrvi long.Beash, 324 E. 4th
street
Angeles,119 S Gen_
APPREHENDED
ProfesBionel gamblers
operating in Block 7G were
la^t week apprehended -'hj
Iiprlow Tomlinsciij ?;nt ernax
secmrity officeg ai.ter re-
peated warnings. The leader
ple^3ed guilty st the Lamar
court house end is now oitt
on bail#
According to Tomlinson5
tt miniimm gamtiing nen-
tenoe for the stats of Gol-
draAo is 90 days in jail
and f200 fine5
t!I lime XBpeateclly waited
against gambling "before
Tomlinson asserted. No
gambling whatsoever will
*be in this center.
TMs rtiliug^ appl ies not
only to evacuees s "but to
Caucasians as well/1
ART COURSES
ARE POSTPONED

Art classes in adult
education are temporarily
canceled until the art
studio is completed, Prin-
oipal Samuel Gordon stated
this week.
Amache Girl
VJeSs in East .
-Daesie Shigeko Yasunaga
left the center recently
to become the "bride of To-
sbio Katsuoka at the re-
location center in Jerome,
Ark.
tftie ceremony took place
st the home of A G Thomp-
son, oo ]unity services
chief, in Lake Tillage.
StWING CLASSES
OPEN IN 8K
Sewing l^@s have been
started at recreation
hall from Monday through
Friday under instructor R*
SH-kabe^ the adult education
department stated
;Plarv 6'er Up
The ooxr^unity enter-
prisen have- grairked tte La-
mer I'&ondry an .1 i)ry Clean-
ing oompar/ ^elusive rights
to solicit and ixandle laun-
dry and dry cleaning work
witliiB. the center.
Hesidenfs .desiriBg ser-
irice should leave t.heix1
name and address at the
variety store or 8G-7G-
A driver will call for and
deliver the cleaning or
.laundry*
The community enter-
prises veqnesu tttat t la e
cenber residents patronise
tula company.. .
Yoshiwara.
funeral.. Held
.Funeral services were
held .recently at the 70
Buddhist cliuroh., .for Mrs.
li .YosUiwara, 45., 9E-8B,
who passed away last week
after a lingering illness
Rev. T. SMr§kawa \ wa§ in
charge.-
The deceased is survived
by her husband Shigeru^
and five children, Joe,
Andrew, G-rove, 3hiro, and
Miciaiko*
Rtv. ^ fN ...
ACKNOWlfcDGMfcNT
ReY. Lester'Sisiiki wisiies
to thayilrllie Japese Atiier--
icans of theArkansasial-
ley for the Christmas trees
feLjid* Wxicir the
sent' i!n*
tral ave3.
Oakland, .230 Madison
streets
Sacramento 5 Front & f,P!t
street
Santa Barl)ar^ 1025 CM*
pala street.
Stockton, 517 N. Hunder
strefe-b.
Watsoirv^lle, Ford and
Walker streets.
Shipments of household
goods from private to gov-
ermrent warehouses must "be
peid for "by the evacuees.
If there is sufficient prop-
erty at a given place of
private storage to justify
%he ,operation of having
the WRA ship directly from
that point, it will "be ar-
ranged Halliday stated#
T'nrsp requests may Id
-taken tu tte project ofuce
intiae north administration
"building* For example, one
application, forwarded to
San Francisco, r equ*ests
that property stored at
the San Joaquin Presbytery
and at the Cortez Growers1
Association be shipped here
directlyHaUMay explained
If it is desired, all
goods now in private storage
can "be shipped to govern*
iuent warehouses at evacuees1
expense with only part of
them sent here, Halliday
concluded* San Diego15
Qontral warehouse is loca-
ted at 410 Market street*
Soldiers on
'MISi C10I_N iOlID 1jrbu(3h Hee
The clothing store is
now completely stocked,
Rio Kasliiwagi -a nn ounced
Monday, and ill take care
of tHe aGueesf necessi:
ties* 1 complete line of
winter olotMng iB now "be-
ing sold. ,
Fi inceali-iroolendleatlx'
er goods are beix^-rationed
t o retailers, Kesiiiwagi
.ft
stated that the store
fortunate in dDtainfeg' tlaem*
A canteen and a hot log
stand will "be "built at 10G
ty the first of theyear.
The soda fotintain will-"be
opened a s soon as t h-e
plumbin fe. is -cBrple%'ed.
Plans also call for- the re--
modeling and modernising-
of^ the clothing store-
Msei solaiers visiting
frtends and relatives in
the center includea
PfCr Buck Herota^ Camp
Phillips, San-; Cpl. Wil-*
liam Otani, Camp Crowder,
feo.; Sgt Ken MiyaiEtof Sgt.
Frank' Okada, Staff Sg t.
Ate M Fuji, 'Staff Sgt.
Paul ^akahara, Camp- Hale,
Panda, Golo.; Frt Riu -fa-
3aki,: Oamp Grant, 111 -;
Sgt. Ichiro Hayaafii/ Ft.
Sheridan^ 111-.


December 30, 1942______
SCHOOLS TO
CLOSE JAN i
Center- schools will "be
closed op. New Year*s day,
declared Dr. Enoclx Dumas,
principal of the elementary
school.
Other announcements made
this week by Dr Dumas:
1. Achievement tests
will te given all elemen-
tary school pupils next
week.
2. A pre-school nursery
has opened at the 9S
reoreati. n hall#
2* At.na Blanch Shuck,
faculty member of the Col-
lege of -St* Theresa in Wi-
nona, Minn visited the
center Friday. She is the
sister of Frances Shuck,
supervisor of Amache stu-
dent teachers#
Housing Heads
Call Departees
Persons leaving the
center must check in bed-
ding and other government^
issue goods to the property
division before their leaves
are cleared, the housing
division revealed this
week.
Those who hope to leave
the center are asked to go
to the housing office in
the south administration
building "before they apply
for their leaves. This
initial b' .? will save time
and tror le, the housing
officials pointed out.
________PIONEER_________
NEW YE
DANCE SET
A Nev; yai,ft3 eve dance,
sponsored by the recreation
department, will *be held at
Terry hall tonwrrow night
beginning at 10 o*clock.
Music will be provided
by Professor Paul Higaki
sndhis Royal Californisns.
Ab adx.:xssioii foe of 25
cents sill be charged and
tickets are available at
the 7E recreation hall or
may "be purchased at the
door. The faa inoludes
corsages, refreshments, and
a floor slxw,.
Couples only will "be ad-
mitted.
The comirRmity enterprise
stores and service shops
will be closed on Friday,
and Satui*day and helfa day
Sunday morning to obsex^ve
the New Year.
Business v;ill be resumed
on Monday at 1 p.m. The
morning hours are to "be
used for inventory purposes.
Theconanunity entferprisea
wish to thank the residents
of the center for their
pertron&ge*
DEATHS
Toyojiro Nakaraura, 69,
9H-9C, Dec. 22.
Pvt* Thomas Harper, S35tn
Escort Guard company, Bee.
22*
Page 5
DF
jIT
continued from page 1
orado and the additional
fact the building will-be
for temporary use.
^Certainly the Japanese
evacuees, two-t birds of
^hom are American-born,
should "be treated humanely^
It is equally certain that
ii^truction should "be pro_
vided- But to toss money
away needlessly on tenjpo-
rary structures is unfair
to taxpayers and to the
evacuees es i.ell. They are
housed in temporary build-
ings, similar to military
barracks# The school build-
ing should likewise be as
inexpensive aa possible.
This wastefulness on the
part of the War Relocation
Authority adds to the be-
lief that the evacuees
should be under military
rather tiian civilian con-
trol *M
FIVE TO RETURN
nl'A CONVENTiON
Five center delegates to
the Colorado Education as-
sembly at Colorado Springs
will return here tomorrow,
according to Paul J. Terry,
superintendent of education.
Tiq five include Br
Enoch Dumas, e lementary
school principal; Herbert
K* V/alther, junior high
school principal;S. Clay
Coy, senior high school
principal; Katherine Ludy,
and Lynn Takagski.
ff r waj
ests#
To perpetuate economic
democracy, trensportation
and, distribution meetings
of members should occur
frequently, and there should
bo a campaign for nev; mem*
bers at least annually*
These practices d e v elop
more widespread ownership
which, paired with equal
voting power, bring about
equality*
Shares are nearly always
kept down to ¢5 or $10 to
encourage people of every
economic status to become
voting m^inbers,. Likc-wisef
the amount of shares which
may be owned "by a single
raomberis limited as insur-
ance against undue influ-
ence by one person.
C125IPS 0ff9
ONE MEM8EK-.
The rule of one member,
one vote is the second bas-
ic principle of sound con-
siiiner cooperatives# That
is to say, every co-op mem-
ber, regardless of how
great or small the number
of shares he holds, has one
vote at the membership meet-
ings in which directors
are elected and general
policies and operating plans
are formulated* This rule
prevents the cooperative
from becoming a corporation
controlled for selfish pur-
poses by a few large stock-
holders*
Consumer cooperation
means the.setting upof re-
tail s tores, w h olesele
houses, factories, and nat-
ural res .rces owned and
ONE VOTE
utilized by end fpr the
consumers themselves.
A goo example is found
in our coiijmunity ent er-
prises, soon to become the
Ameche Cooperative Enter-
prise, incorporated* They
have alrea'dy earned patron-
age dividends in stock cer-
tifice.tes resulting from
wholesale purchases from a
consumers cooperative as-
sociation in North Kansas
City, Mo* Tiiis wholesale
co-op is owned by 6C0 re-
tail co-ops like ours and
has subsidiary food can-
nerivs, oil re fineries,
pipelines, and oil wells.
The whole movement is di-
rected toward supplying
oonsinuer needs without prof-
it to capitalistic inter-
BUILDING
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Deissta?..
lE^S DOWN DRUCB
MAGGOTS 12-6' SPONSORS CLUB
The xie^iy fomed Kau Kau
Lane Athietio plub will '.be
sponsored bjf ^ the, Newman
Drug store of Oranada.,- ao-
cordiug ,to Club. Hapresan-
tative Harry Ioica.. .
At prQ^an-t,thQ chief in^
terest of the club is bas-.
ketball and oontacta aro
being made to Schedule more
outside games* Plans are
also underlay to send a
team to the AAU basketball
tournameat. in Denyar somo-
time in Mar oh.
According to Iokaft. tho
teamwill* play under an in-
depcu'dciit standard aix3 y/ill
not in any way bo. conneotod
with tho roorsatioa.dopart^
mont, ,.
Two touchdowns scored,
by the Kau Kau Laue 2res
with lightning speed in the
first 10 minutes ofthe
initial quarter were enough
to (SoTOitiie strong Mong,Gong
ikaggots in the feature game
of the Chriatm^sday double
header ^ lay ad on the 9G
play'gJrou- d
After taking the kiok:-
fft the Kau Kau bqya, using
a soven-man team (two mom-
bars being late), m^rohed
down tho fiold 60 jaWs
and scored a touchdown on
Arata Purunob pass to Bill
Wada.
The second tally came
as quiolcly. This t ime
a jasfi interception set up
the Zeros* in scoring ter-
ritory* A pass from ilideo
Aril to pass-snagging Bill
Wada did'the trick. Both
oonVersion attempts failed
and* the sooro at the end
of the first half stood
12-0*
Completely baffled by 4
the quicknes3 of the Z^to
touchdowns, t e Maggots
were unable to get organ-
ized until late in the game.
It was in the opening
minutes of the last period
that Hire Ito found Goro
Sasatci in he end zone with
a touohdw'vm pass. V

PING PON*
TOURNAMENT
A ping pong tournoy is
scheduled at the XXG rec-
reation hall Saturday and
Sunday afternoon,according
to Mioh Hashiguohi of the
recreation dofjartmpnt,
rno formation of piug
pong and volley ball toams
by individual blocks is
urged by the rocroation,
dopartmont sq that tournoys
oan bo hold botwoon bloolc
tfams.
t'::.:
A touchdown in the last
'^quarter was tho margin that
won the game for the Waln.ut
Grove Deltans as they bat-
tled tho winlasa.. Modesto
Midgets -' in the first .game
of tShe Hstional league play-
off Thursday at tho 9G playr
ground,=
This win.plaood,the Del-
tana just a notoh. above tho
foe in the league standing#
With but few minutes
left to Archie Yoshida
of th Beltans shot a des-
perate pass ishioh was caught
by hlB ;teammate Shiro Kawa-
mura in the end ?-one#
WiNTCR
CLUB ^ Pi ANNf:D.
Winter sports enthu-
siasts .who are interested
in organizing o winter
sports olub are urged to
attond a meeting Saturday
from 7 p.m* at the ?E roo-
rion ha 1 i. Includoci in
the list of wintor aotivi-
^ios for both tho^irls1'
and boys1 divisions are
b[at
WOMf^!NES ^ .
In tho first gamo df
the Christmas'1 day touch
football dlassiosithe onoe
defoatocS 7F Skibos garnered .
the -National league oham
piouship by defeating the
Livingston Wolverines,13
0f on the 9G gridirott*
This victory registered by
the Skibos put them a hal-f
a game shoad of the next
GOnt^ndor fbr the Gnampion-
ship titlo^thc 9E Raiders*.
It. wa's the two-touchdown
spurt' in the second quarter
that cl inched the game "for
tha'Qhampions,J The first
score was made when lanky
.Torn ITokranage intersoptad a
Wolverine pass and ran 45
yards to cross the goal
line* A- pass conversion
from Sab Kawamura to Goro
Shizuru netted the* extra
point.
As though t h e first
touohdovm was the spark
that lit their offensive
thrust f the Skiboa came
right .baoli and onaked up
another sporo. Sab Kawa-
mura. threw a pass tip George
Takahashi .for six points.
The Gonvorsion attempt was
no good.
The Wolverines fou^it
gamely to upset tho olvam-
pions bu.t oould not muster
enough punch to score*
RAIDERS TIE
BULLDOGS
Cor*pletoly 'outplayjli
the favored Turlock Bull-
dogs -tho only team to de
foat the 7F Slcibos the
93 5aidor$,held thorn to a
saoreless tie., in the seoond
game of a National league
twin bill playod Thursday
on the ,9G playground and
'von second place in the
league standing*
Foixr timos in the first
half, the Bulldogs wore
within the Raidor1a.10-yard
line and eaoh ti-no tho 9E
lads held ground*
Cho Raidora mlssqd thoir
only s cor ing ohanoo v^bon end
'Sakid* Salica^uohi dropped a
pass from Jun P^runo cn the
Turlook two-yard lina.
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OIM
preamble
WE THE PEOPLE of Granada Relocation Center, in order to develop a
democratic form of Coianunity Government, to further the ooimion
welfare, to provide for the internal harmoay, to cooperate with
the War Relocation Authority, do establish this Charter for our
Coimunity Government*
, AlsTICU' I THE COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT
The Community Government shall consist of a Coinmunity Council,a Judicial
Ccmrnission, and an Arbitration Gomiaicsion.
Aiotcu il THr CUMUNiTY COUNCIL
SEC.1.There shall "be a representative legislative body which shall be
known as the "Community Council of the Granada Relocation Center/1
which shall function in accordance with the desires of the people
of the Granada Relocation Center under the regulations of the-War
Relocation Authority.
SEC. 2. 'The Community Council shall consist of one representative from each
block. t
a. The representative shall be a citizen of the Unied States,
twenty-one years of 'age or over, eected by the voters of
his block "by secret ballot for a term of six months and
shall be eligible for re-election.
t* When bthere is a vacancy in the Community Council, there
shall be a special election in that "block to fill the va-
cancy, except wlien the vacancy occurs within two weeks of
the general election, in which instance the Council shall
t appoint a qualified member of "block to fill the vacancy
for the unexpired( term.
q* A recall election shall be held in any block upon the writ-
ten request of twenty of the qualified voters in the block.
A two-thirds vote of tne voters of a block shall be neces-
sary to recall a representative.
SEC. 3. The election for $ he ensuing term shall "be held at least two weeks
"before the expiration of the six months term. The Council shall
provide for, conduct and supervise all elections#
SEC* 4. All residents eighteen (18) year§ of ege or over shall be eligible
to vote in all elections.
AKTiQE HE THE tXECUTlVt COMMITTEE
SEC.1. There shall be an Executive Committee of the Community Council com-
posed of five members.
SEC. 2. The function of .the Executive Committee shall be to direct he etc
tivities of the Community Council and to carry, out the desires of
the Community Council on all matters. ..
SEC. 3* The Community of the Granada Relocation Center shall be divided into
five districts,which shell be composed.of the following block areas:
District I - Blocks 6E, 6F, 7E, 7F, 8E, and 8F. .
District II - Blocks 6G, 6H, .TO, 7Ii, 7K, and 8G*
District III - Blocks 9E,10E, HE, 12E,11E; and 12F.
District IV - Blocks 8H, 8K, 9H, 9K, 9L, and 10H.
District V - Blocks 11G, 1IH, 11K, 12G, 12H, and 12K.


Page Two
SEC,
SEC.
SIC.
SEC,
SEC.
SECt
SEC.
SEC.
SEC*
SEC*
SEC.
SEC.
SEC.
SEC*
SEC.
Each District shall be entitled to one member on the Executive Com-
mittee* The Ejceoutive CoxniLitteeir/in must te a resident of the dis-
trict which he represents*
4. The Executive Committee members ahall "be elected by and from the
members of t;ie Council- from tiieix* respective districts*
5. Each Executive Conimittee mem'ber shall hold office for six months
and may be eligible for re-election*
6. A majority of the Cozmrunity Councilmen from any District may request
.^a v3?ecall vote of* 1Aeir Executive Ooiuirdtte meirfbei% A thrfee-fourtlis
:vote. of tha GQrm^ai'ty' Couixcil,hall, fee necessary for an Executive
,Comxitt.ee member* t.o. be removed from office* .
.
*
7. All Executive C01nniittee vaesxicies shall 'be filled for the unSxpired
term by a special election c3811ed "by the Ciiairman of the Council,
said election to be in accordance with Section 4 of this Article*
ARTICLt IV THE CFf'CEaS Ot FHl COUNCIL '
1# Tue Conur.unity Council at its first regular meeting after election
shall elect a Chairman, a Vice-Chairman, & Secretary, and a Treasurer*
2* The Clieirman my appoint of tiiie Council to committees which
may "be deemed necessary to carry on tiie work of tile Council.
3. The Ghsiman must secure a i/iajority approval of the Council for the
appointment of the non-council meinoers to boards? coinmissions, and
ccmimittees which the Council may establish. All residents, whether
* citizens or non-citiaens, snail "be eligible for membership on'ap-
pointive committees3 coinnissiona, boards, and other appointive ad-
mirdatrative posit ions
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! The Community Council sLall convene at least once a eek: a*t the Town
nail of G-ranada relocation Center* The time end date of regular
meetinga shall *be determined by the Council* Special meetings may
be held upon notice of tue Chairman or upon petition of two-thirds
ox the Council*
2m The Commity Coiuicil shall te duemed to have a quorum wnen two-
tnirds of the Council is present*
3. All regulrarly scheduled meetings of t'lie Counity Council shall "be
open to the public except thvt the Council inay, by a majority vote
of those present, conduct a closed neetir^*
4, A majority vote of the Council present any meeting shall "be ne-
cessary for the enactment of regulations*
5* Whenever a, member of the Council has been a*bsen*t from four consecu-
tive regular meetings of tne Council, tiie Chaimaii shall declare that
Council position vecant,9 unleaB Qboli ol'sence has been excused "by
tle Chairman.
6* No regulation shall "be adopted in less than one week efter its intro-
duction* No regulation shell ^ecorue effective imtii ten days after
adoption, during which intervening time tne Council shall provide
for adequate publication of its action.
7* The Council shall have the authority to abrogate the preceding fjee-
tion in cases of ext^^errie urgency when the preservation of the public
peace, healtlx or safety is involved. In caaes of extreme urgency,
tixe Counci nay introduce at one and the same neeting such I'egula-
tions vhiah shall become effective upon passare co: adoption byfour-
fifths vote of the Counclinen present*
8 -A record of the. ayes and n&yes shall be entered in the permanent
minutes .of the Council on all voters on all reguletions*
* !
.The Council .shall-provide-.such other rules of proceduru as may "be
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necessary for the conduct of its business.
AKflCLt Vi FUNCTIONS Of THc COUNCIL
1, The Oonimunity Council of Granada Relocation CmtBT shall prescribe
regulations and provide penaltios for their violations on all mat-
ters ,other than tiiose defined as felcnios by J;he lav;s of the State
of Colorado, which affect the internal yo^oo and order of Granada
Belooation Omitor and tho welfare Qf the rouidonts, insofar as suoh
rQgulatious arc- not ixx conflict witii any Federal law^irdiitary proc-
lamation, lav; of tno State of 0010r:\6of or uny craor is^med by an
appropriate ofi'icor of tho \/ar Rolocatior. Avt'nority9
2, Tho rovulations enacted by tho Coia^nity Couiicil iisy provide for
confiarmcnt, su^ponsion of privilo^os a id othor suitable punich-
ir.cnt, but they shall not provido for i^posi tion of a fine. In lieu
of a fine, tho Oouacil ma;/ provide for tuo siisponsion of the defend-
ant from worlc privi] ages, pay privileges, or other privileges to
which he would otherwise be entitled,
3* The Community Jouncil may prosent to the Project Diractor resolutions
on questions affecting tho v;iraro of the residents of tho Coator.
4. Th^ Gorrjnunity Ocuncii mey solicit and roccivc fundE and property
for oommunity purposes and may administer such funds and property.
5. The Community Couuail shall have the authority to license and to
raauire reaco.u^blc lioeuse fees from evaow^e operated enteri^riseG
The total of suoh license foes from all soaroes shall not oxcoed
Ono Thousand ($1,000.U0) Dollars for any oalendar ,vQar. No license
fee shall bo Gffactive until approved by Product Director,
6. Any funds available under Sections 4 ynd 5 herein, shall13 spent
only for purposes which will promote the ^enoral vQif.ire of the
residents, ou the basis of appropriations rn:ue by tae Council and
on warrants against such a'opropriations issued b.y the Ohairuan of
tho Gounoil.
7. Tho Community Council may revoke any and all lioenses wheraver it
is daemod aocos^ary for tho best iritvUts of t.h Gonxnunity.
8. 2h" Community Gounoil sIbII net have tho cuthority tonanrigo, operate
or ooxiduct business enterprises v/ithin the Center.
9. The Community Council may ostabliah sujh oo-iinitteas, commissions
and boards as may be aesirable and ne63sai\v to facilitate tho v/ork
of tho Oouaoil and for tne gerxeral welfare cf residents.
10* Thu Community Gouncil shall exoraiso sucli other duties ana functions
as may be conferrec] upon it from time to tirae by the V/ar XiGlooatioix
Authority,
AkTlCLt Txl THE iUOiOAi CO^^I
1. There shall be a Judicial Commission composed of eif^ht members,
three of whon shall be mombers of tho administrative personnol of
the Granada H610cation CJoutdr, anJ fivo ci. v.hem shai] be rcsiderits
of the OGiitor*
Tho Jud ijial Gomnission shall hc-ar and trv all cases ^itla the ox-
ceptioxi of felonies, and with the exc'"ration of jivll coses. It shall
hear all cases of violations oi* rejistiens, ord ir^aaces and lyvvs
which may be passed by taa Gonunanity Oounoil, and ax'p?i.y pcnaltijs
ior suah violations.
3, Mombers of the Judicial Goramission shall be appoiatod by the Gouxicil.
4, Any r acid cat of th-j Granaua Relocation Cantor, ov.r twonty-oruD yoars
of age, jxcopt thj mumbors of tho Corarnuii.ity Joiuio il a ad Gnplcyoos
of tha Poliou D^part-acnt, may bo arnoir^t; d CoiaMissionv.r.
5, The Gormissionr's torm cf effioo shall b'., six months, at tho ond
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Commissioners and other appointed officie].3.shall "be subject to
removal by tne Council after a f&ir hearing before 'the Council.
7* Tiie Community Council chall esteblisii a lanual on Judiciary in ac-
cordance with the regulstions of War Belocation Authority whicL
shall be followed l)y the Judicial Cuxurnissioru
. P.TICU M!' T H t /\ 81T RAT! ON COMM f 5 S i ON
1* The Coiummity Comicil she.ll est?*blisi: an Ai/biirrition Commission to
settle- civil disputes between rerddenic who voliinttrlly agree to
subrdt their differencee to tte Com;ission
2# Tiie Gaonission shall be composed of fifteen mernter-s, all of whom
shall "be residents of Granada Helocation Center.
3, Members shall be appointed "by tiie Coihlamity Council and shall serve
without renmneratioiu
4, The terrpy of office of each Goinnissioner Bfell le six months at the
end of which he shall be eligible for re-appointment.
5. Any member of the Arbiti^tion Commission J7]a/ be ranoved from office
"by the Conmunity Council upon proof of corruption, fraud,misconduct,
or neglect of duty* .
6. The ninimum ace requiroraent for appointment to the Conanission shall
be tv;enty-five ye arc of c\e.
7* The Gommuriity Council sball a Llenur! on Arbitmtion in
accordance with the rt.:;ul^tious of the Wcr Relocation Authority Yihich
Lhall be followud "by the irjitre tion ComMission#
ARTICLE K A^tND^tNF^
1# Amendment g to this Chart ex- snail be made by a'Comnmity flection
to be conducted in each block. i^reiid:aenty shall hecijnie effective
immediately eftb.r approval tj a raejority vote either at a general
or a special election, and by the Project Director#
2* ABiendmeiitG may irdtiatcd only upon two*tliirds vote of thj CounGil
or "by a signed petition of one-fourth of thu qualified voters of
Grar^ad^ Holocetion Center.
A^TlClt 'X Ai>.)i>nN Of CHARTfk
1. This Charter shall go into effect immediately 3ftnr approval of the
Pioject Dix ector and ratification ty a majority vole of the residents
of the 0011 tor who &r eighteen (lei) years of are or over. Fifteen
days follow:111g the ratification !; tiie Charter, there shall ..be a
general election accovriin^ to the provisions of this Charter.
2. The ter.porary Council siall serve until the f.enaneirt Council has
been duly elected ind qualified Tne meirl-ei-e of the Council shall
meet and asume the duties uf office t^o ^eeka froi tiie date of
election. The mexnbei'is of the Council Eh.all110Id office untjl tlieir
successors ere duly elected and quo1111ed*