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Granada pioneer, January 6,1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 6,1943
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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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 21

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University of Florida
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MUL J. TERRy c
SUPERINT0JDENT p SDWATION
Yol.I. No. 21 _________Am6GheColQxadc____;_______-i!aLuaiX-£*-12i^
OCTOBER PAY )NE IENIH Off CI0IHIN
CHECKS HERE CfiECU WOW W* MMI.
All October pay checks
have arrived and are feeing
distributed "by the respec-
tive timekeepers of eech
divlsioi^ Henry F. Halliday#
senior atoinistrative of-
ficer, announced Etonday.
Residents are asked not
to go to the fiscal office
sinoe timekeepers have all
the checks#
The fi2st 10 per cent of the clothing checks are in
the mail, John 0 6100re, couxisalor; in charge of public
welfare, announced L^onday*
All residents will /be paid.for July, August, and
September, whether they worked or not* Beginning with
October,however^Bllowances will be given only to fam-
ily heads who are employed and to their dependents or
to employed individuals* A person must have worked 15
days in a preceding month to be eligible for an allow-
ance for that month.
If iteads of families are
LEADERSHIP TRAININb
COURSE OPENS TONIGHT
not ^forking: dependents
will not receive fillownc^#
Heads of families or indi-
viduals ware certified
for unemployment compensa-
tion will get allowances
A five week training
Course for persons inter-
ested in leading y o ut h
groups begins this evening
at the SK recreation hall*
Christine Rayer of Den-
ver universitys School of
Social work mill be the
speaker of the evening, and
her topic is ,rWhat Are We
Trying to Do as Leaders of
Our Groups?'1
Miss Rayerfa speech,
which at 7' pitu. i
will be preceded "by ooinmti**
niiy singing at 6:SO,
Sessions are scliedialed
every Wednesday from 7 to
9 p.m. and are open to
everyone,- accord lug to
Maead Satow,.. chairmanvof
t he leadership training
conanitt&e, the sponsoring
elude Ecmat JB* Kaufmen,
executive secretary of tlie
Wichita YWCA*s Town and
Country teanoh; Morris E.
Soglot/, health and physical
education adviser f center; and John Moore,
counselor in the social
welfare section*
FOUR BLOCKS:
SEE MOVIES :
"Mexican Spitfire Out
Weatn and ti 8h2rtsuh_
jicts will be 'showii in the
12W and :12H mess halls
this evening.
The fnlllongta feature
wili beshbwn foi* rtsidexrts
of 11F arid 12P at the 12F
mess hall wfeile' ^Informs-
accordingly.
Bnployees of the com^
munity enterprises, will be
paid ^ clothing allowances
as of Oct.1 by coiamunity
enterprises while their
dependents will receive it
through the public welfare
section.
NEWS BACKS
H)UCM1N
m
Tfce Rocky to\zntain News
this week backed the Gra-
nada educational program
in the controversy over.the
centerfs ¢308,000 school
construction project
Tixo editorial suggested
that inflation rather than
group.
Subsequent speakers in-
Yoshioka Gets
N-ew Position
Ben YoshiOke, a3Sci8te
eniployment reprosentative
of the foinaer Denver WHA
'office j will serve in tHe
new WHA employment, division
:in Chicago*
Yoshiok^'the second son
of Heir* and Mi*s# K^ta-ldde
TosMoka, 8K**1G, is o;B.o;of
two Americans of Japanese
ancestry working for tlio
WRA.
Before -evacuation he
worked for the US ^ Emi>loy-
meirt serv ice in Los Angeles
tioh EL eased Railroad
will be screened for 12G
and 12H residents at the
12H mess hall*
"The pictures will be
exchanged during tile eve-
ning* '- .r'
Tomorrow schedule:11H
aM 11at lifi mess toll;
llil and 12K -at 11K mess
hall. '
Friday^a scheduler. '$B
-and110H at' 911 mess hall9
9K, 9-L, atid^ Half8K at
9L mess hall.
Tickets : arc avail-ablo
at tb3' ctiVe blobk
Moviois-baTC tean sbotn on
schedule ta cateoity ^owds
each night since Sunde/,B.
Utaeaawa., ,st'ated yesterday.
the WRAwbs responsible for
the cost of the buildings.
MA11 tixe 1800 (students)
are American citizens who
have "b^en moved from their
liomea through no fault of
their own. Education is a
fundamental pax^t of the
ieiaocTatic system and it is
essential that the training
of these ckildrea \>a con-
.tinuedf U?he item of cost
should b e 1 n v estigated
fully^ But.the schooling
should go oh,,f the News
concluded*
'NQ :NccU ,rcX)AY
.til ..Jl^eta will not be
seen in this issue as our
-staff artist JaGk Ito has
been -ill.ed*


Page 2,
PIONEER
.January 6,1943
iiiii.
G R A N- A O A P O N
111.1
by 101an Koirjai
Town hall will move a-
gain* The 6.G rec hall,
where it is located at pres-
ent ,will be taken over
either by the ffYf, or, the
coramunity enterprises..^
The enterprises wrshto
move the clot ing.-.fetore
closer to the people and
at the same time centralize
the .shopping .district at
6F,. 7F, 60, and 7G. This
move, they feel, will "bene-
fit not only the "business
but the shoppers as well
. The assembly has gone
gutliqhed We&pesdays £md Saturdays *by ]ie WR and
distributed free t-o every dpa^*texit* Editorial',of-
fice: PIOffiEH tailding,ache, Colo. *
Oslci Taniwaki, director Bob ^irano, editor
Stcff; Eoy Haii:aji, Suyeo Gako, Jiro Sumita, Khan
Komai^Taxie Kusunoki, J^.ck Ito, Fx'ed Miyamoto^ Robert
Asamoto, TomDko Yata'be, Alice Taketa, Joseph Ide,
Choji NeJ^ano, Elmer. Ioka, Hironiictii ^ferlmctc, Tsugime
Akaki, Jim Yaitiagucln, Sab Okemura, George Hair.amoto,
.'^.'.Masaji Murai, John Tsumts, iHroshi Ito, Harry Ioka,
'Sdith:_ Kodamai
H
jjj

11
rr~
I-
The ruling thet luxury-type vegetables are not to
be shipped means tluvfc certain commodities will no longer
be available. This ruling makes it only more evident
th&i livestock and vegetables will have to be raised
on record as fevoring the to insure an adequate food supply for the center,
.centralization-and Town Regardless of outside employment and relocation,
iiall in all probability the farm project should be pushed to the limit of our
will be moved to 6H where abilities on a scale large enou^ia to provide for center
As things no stand,
a week from Friday will
probably be the day that
TO THE EDITOR X
It has come to my atten-
tion that some persons are
making slighting remarks
alDout the men constructing
sustenance.
Experienced growers are welcome to make inquiries
at the Farm section offices* Perhaps the talk will
prove mutually "beneficial. You can continue in your
former vocation and we can get the farm.in full swing*
H-
0 THf EDITCK
the carpenters no hold
swey.
'The Buddhist church at
70and the Sumo association
at 6G> as well as W. Ray
Johnson, are still'to be
reckoned with, "but regard-
less of which-.party gets
the 6G rec hall, Town hall
will "be moving.
*
the residents of this cen-
ter T/ill "be called' up*on to
express their approyal of
the charter.
Indifference seems to
"be the keynote of th.? atti-
tude of the people at pres-
ent. This indifference
may "be the result of con-
finement, tut crying after-
wards will do no good.
This lethargy must be
shaker, off. If you approve
the charter as it stands,
express it with a vote of
confidence of the work that
the organising committee
has done If you have ob-
jections to any; part of the
charter, express tliat dis-
approval with a negative
vote.
But read it, discuss
it, and have some opinion*
HOSPITAL LISTS
VISITtNG HOURS
Visiting hours at the
center hospital are from
2:30 to 3;30 p*m and from
7 to 8 p*m. daily, Wanda
Ol.xver, chief nurse, said.
No patient will "be per-
mitted to have more than
two visitors at one time. *
sidewalks*
We 'all' know that these
men are not'working "because
of the salary involved "but
because they are public-
spirited and want to impro-ve
the living conditions with-
in the centers
This kind of spirit
should* "be coimended by all
persons in the center ets
it is e test of good citi-
zenship.
Those persons who are
guilty of making derogatory
remarks are shoeing their
true colors aad good citi-
zens consider th.er, as human
"parasites.M
I am taking this oppor-
tunity to express the ap-
preciation of the entire
administrat iv e staff for
the good work "being done
by the sidewalk crew.
This jo"b ,is one of the
many jobs which we would
like to do in order to im-
prove the aenter. However,
we must have more public-
spirited men if we expect
to get the job done*
How alD out it, men,
not get behind tiie wheel
and push?
L. G. TEMPLE
CONSTRUCTION FORETS
TO THE EDITOR:
.As a slight token of the
appreciation of the sacri-
fice being so willingly
made by the vest majority
of Japanese-Americans, the
Washington New Dealer hopes
that at this Christmas time
you will accept a weekly
bundle of our newspaper.
In the various reloca-
tion centers are memy for-
mer residents of our state--
people we knevj, respected
and think of with nothing
but kindness# Our nev7spa-
per had many readers among
those Deople* Others were
members of trade unions
and organizat ions with, whom
we have the closest ties.
It is our hope that
these papers will "be of in-
terest to the residents of
your center and "will con-
tribute toward a better
understanding of the vital
issues of the war 110w "being
raged so that the people
of a].l tongues and kindreds
may live together in de-
cency security, and peace.
TERRY PETTUS, EDITOR
WASHINGTON DEALER
SEATTLE, WASH,


January 6f 1943.

.Page 3
"Town Hall
in l i-'ating
The fix at meeting of the
Amache Tvn hallfspnsor9d
by the College oounoil,
will baheld Friday at 7;3
p,m. in Terryhall,
ProfelQms arising within
camp and'the attitude of
the residents in relation
to our present situation
will be amotig th.e topics
to be discussed.
Kay Sugahara and Jimmy
Yamanaka will spoak*
TEACHEKS TO
HAVE PARTY
?ho amache Tsaohors* as-
sociation will play host
to all the Lamar teachers
at this contorf Thursday,
Jan.14, Dr. Enoch Dumas,
principal of tJio elomenfary
school, stated rocoatly.
A si^it-scoing tour, a
ohurch-wagon- foed -in th
true we£^ >rn style, and
square daing are planned
at the 8H school grotKids,
The t-home of the en-
tire party will be a west-
.orn roundup*
VITAL :
STATISTICS
BIBTHS
To Mr. and Mrs* Takao
Kawashima, 7H-3?t a girl*
Hidoko, Jan# 1*
To Mr* and Mrs* Masart
Ivlaok. Yamashita, 9K-3E, twin
girls,Motoko Gharleiie, and
Masako Charlotte, Jan* 1,
DEATH .
lahiji Honda, 24, 7?-
3A-3, in the center hosp
ital, Jan# 2

David Yutaka Nakagawa,
musio ohaimau of the Gra-
nada Protestant k oh u r oh,
laft the couter Sunday to
oontinue his studies in
Ohioapo*
"
Talent sho^s were pre-
sontc4 by Bloaks 11F and
12F oomMuad, HEf and 7K#
this wook#
Parents Intorostod in
starting a class in tm
developrrent and traini ag
of children we as_ to
ooixtact thd el^iientary of-
fiQ at 8H-9A# Principal
Dumas stated Monday.

Boone husband
of Mrs# Buel^h Hrnphtl1 #
olerk-stonographyr in the
community services divi-
sion, is visiting hor in
Lamar., Ho Just returned
from Honolulu.
Mitors reaetving dental
examinatiofts must to ao-
oomxjanied by ,thQir parents,
Br, Hagamoto, chief of the,
dental altnio* stated this
week:, _ m
The Amacho Little Thoator
group will meat tomorrow
in 8H-6D at- 6:30
Ians for orgaiiization
will ba disoussed anti play-
reading will be given.

Sevaxal hundrod books
of all typos havo boon pur-
chased for the aonlor and
junior hi^i school library%
Alton Mead, proaureraent
officer, announced *
CBPS
PRINCIPAL OF
EOUiT Y
,ne first cooperators
lenew frombittor cDCpcrlcnoo
tho dangers of oapital if
it Is n- controlled for
tho bonof. of pooplo in
geruarai; ; .t at the same
time tiaey : ealiz.ed its im-
pertnoe ia setting 1¢ their
ooo^erativea.
Ejuy saorifioed and en-
Gcnusgid their neighbors
to ueorifioe and.save, but
wisely limited tho
wageu of their capital,
fbis ia tbe prinoiplo of
limited intarost,
\liih snares that always
remain at per value and
bear only a limited rate
C)ff? 8W9 kiH
UMtTEO
A
Dorothy Tateciii, f co-
ordinating "secretary, is
now vlslti^ at nzanar
itfn her f6therivs?}10 is ill.
Sho' will resume hor work:
in six weeks.

Lewis W.Fanslan and Kay
&agaiiera of the persorniel
ofiloe are in Bouldeov con-
ferring with FLotqiigq Walno,
direotor of the Haval lan-
guage school,about further
employment opanii^s there.

A wood-oarving class ia
being hald at the 8K reo-
roatiou'hall from ? to 10
p*m. on! Tuesdays, Thursdays t
and Saturdays,' Yutaka Su-
zuki is the instructor.
fhosB iatarested are
cordially incited to attend.

Svaoueea ^ho aro still
reoeiving mall Ciddressod
Grenada, 0! are asked
to notify their aori'aspond-
ents of the change in ad-
dross# .
Mail will be delivered
sooner if addressed Ainaohe,
Golo, # .
Rov.Ohiaki Ku^uhara de-
livered ,a piotorial sermon
at the Sunday moraing wor-
Bh ip service of'toe Granada
x^roteatant onuroh in Terry
hall* Eev. Lester E. Su-
2UfcCi -was chairman* '
Transfers
from
to this pro-
ject from othar 0911tors
last woek include the Ted
Akaaoshi family#California;
Soiyo Ito, Arizona 1 and
Haruiio Ma^eda, Idahcu
:m.

CAPITAL
of interest, all coopera-
tive oapital is froe to
work for the welfare of the
members# Exploitation and
speculation, in s tr u mants
of poverty and depression,
aro oliminatod*
Shis third fnncSamantal
of consumer cooperation is
often also known as thG
principle of equity, mean-
ing justiae and fairness,
not a deadening leval of
equality# This principle,
thereforethas other impli
cations besides just aad
1 suited int^x-Bst m capital.
Having pai3 a fair Hwagen
to their capital,-the Eooh-
INieKI: ST ON
dale Pioneers established
the practicQ of paying .fair
wages or batter plus reoog-
aitioa of the rights of
workers to organise and
bargain collaatively.
Tho principle of fairness
also implies honest prao-
ticQS in all business trans-
aotioa3#espeoially as per-
tains to high pressure
methods of salosmanship,
weights,measure8, and qual*
ity, Gonsumoxs aro in bus-
iness to protoot themselves
from every type of exploi-
tation implied ia business
set up solely for profit*
# E, II* Buncorn


Page ___________________
SHIFT MADE
IN OFfICES
Annouhc ement of the
chajige in various organi-
zation offices hes been
released >y W. Ray JdhnsQn,
communi^j services officer.
The fWCA has been as-
signed to the 6G recreation
hall. This change was made
to create a social center
and also to give the girls
an opportunity to do scffne-
thing worthwhile- It will
be 'general he adquartors
for women*s clubs of all
kinds, Johnson said.
The Town hall now io-
catedat 6G recreation hall,
will "be movedto 6H recrea-
tion hall as *soon s ar-
rangements have been made
for the carpentry shop-
CHILDREN TO
GET SHOTS
Children up to six years
old will be immunized e-
gainst diptiieria Saturday
morning^ according to Dr.
G-erald A.Duffy# chief med-
ical -officer* .
Moth.'-'s wbo have chil-
dren if.age group, who
have nw as yet been inoc-
ulated, are urged to "bring
them to the center hospital'
on that date.
NISEI SOLCMER.S
N FURLOUGH
Nisei soldiers visiting
in the center this week
Include;
Cpl* Fraaic Kaada>Leonard
Woodf Mo.; Pvt. William
Kamada# Ft* Warren, Wyo*;
Pvt. George Maeda, Gamp
Woltrs, Texas; Pfc* Talca-
shi Hattori, Camp McCoy,
Wis*; Pfc. Tom T. Yagi,
Pfc- Saburo llirose, Camp
Carson, Colo.; Sgt. and
Mrs. William FujimoriPt*
Custer, Mich.
_______PI0NE3R _________
__i_ *11 mni pi> i i- m'
LANDSCAPING
NEEDS l^OU MEN
"In appealing to the
civic pride of the resi-
dents, Foreruan Jim Wada,
spokesman for the other
foremen and crew now
putting insidev.aliisa-
lonj *3* street, asks that
more men aid in land-
scaping tae center*
Ait are pltris include
a supplement ary T.;elk oo-
barracks, rook v.oi'K,
and soil treatment and
planting.
SMSS GAS
CONSfimiON
The amount of red
tap1 necesoery in securing
gasoline, tires, and tubes
for the project make& con-
servstion compulsory, sta-
ted Mark W. Radcliff e,
transportation and supply
chief.
Ra^oliffe, who just re-
turned from e hearing in
Puetlo oc. fleet operations
^e.3 granted enough gasoline*
to keep transpo-rtation go-
ing until the first of July,
the end of the fiscal year.
Applications are being
filled now for tire and
tu'D rationing certif icates,
and ^aoolirie ration books
fgr eecii paeeangercar will
be forwarded to the ration-
ing board in Lemar.
FATHtrR LAVERY
CALLS CATHOLICS
Father Lavery of the
knoll mission in Los
Anceles has put in a- call
for the nairies and adclreases
of all persons who fomtr-
ly were connected vith the
mission.
The information .mey be
left with Yemsguchi,
11G-6B, or with Norio Ma-
,tsukawa, 6E-5E*
___________January 61943
THANKS SENT
GIFT DONOKS
The local YWCA wishes
to send aokxicwledgments to
the following groups for
fee many gifts and dona-
tions received during, the
Giiristmss season?
Poston rCA, Detver YWCA,
Anna C* McClintock, Mrs. C
S. Lake, Ladies* Auxiliary
of the St*John*8 Cathedral
and Ascension church, Den-
ver council of churches,
Rev. and Mrs. Royal H*
Fisher and son, Fuji club
of Pueblo YWOA^ and Bay
City (Michigan) YWCA.
Girl Reserves sending
gifts were Ov;aisom, Mlioh.;
WoodVvard high, Toledo, Ohio;
Junior Tri-Y, Alexander
Hamilton high, Lob Angeles;
Mrs. Mira Sanders Pasa'dena;
Quonticut club, Hertford,
Conn.' Amicitia clufc, Woon-
sachet, R. I.; Hartford
TWCA, Conn.; and Senior
Girl Reserves, Aberdeen,
The lean years following
tixe stock market crasli were
in full sway when Chiyoko
Sakamoto won a faculty, pin
for graduating at the head
of her class at LA Poly
high school in 1930.
With-little finances but
with mind resolutely set
on e law career, she went
fco work in a legal office
studying after v;orkiBg hours
in night schools.
The Axuerican university
of jurisprudence offered
her a soholarahip in 1934*
Sae accepted it and devoted
four yeai's to the learning
of legal facts
She passed the Califor-
nia state bar in 1938, "be-
coming one of the two/ nisei
vjoinen lavr/ers in the United
States# Practicing in Los
Angeles, she handled over
100 court cases, the major-
ity of them involving do-
mestic problems.
Today she is a mernber
of the center legal staff
and the only vvoman lawyer
in the WRA centers.
As might well "be expect-
ed, she has, always looked
for inspiration to exAsso-
ciate Justice Oliver Wen-
dell Holmes#
-Suyeo Sako
^ wmmm
::
vent Time Rec Hall
Sm ^3-DAY ADVENTIST
Sabbath school 9s00 a.m. 7G-
Sermon 10:00 a,m. 7G
SEICH0 H XYE ,
Service 7:00 p*m. .12G
BUDDHIST
Adult service £j0 p*ru. 7G-12a
CATHOLIC
Ifese 7:00 a.m* 1XK


PlONiiSB
January 1943_______
a social honoring visitiiig
soldiers Friday at 6E Tec-^
reation hell. The Twen-
teens were the hostesses#
Aiko Tokunaga, vice presi-
dent, was in charge.

The Escalantes members
held a membership party
Tuesday at 8P recreation
hall* Games and refresh-
ments were enjayed*

The les Etoiles zaade
plane for ihe yearfs acti-
vities during a cabinet
meeting yesterday at 10H
recreation hall* Members
will meet Friday-et 7 p.m*
at the Y office#
Officers of the club
include arjorie Takata,
president, Mary Oi, vice
president; Jaine Oi, sec-
retary Estelle Hoshino,
treasurer; end May Tomio,
mem'ber at large*

The ^ circle will meet
on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
at the Y office. Each clut
is asked to send its pres-
ident and a -meinber at large.
Aiko Naketsugawa, president,
will fee- in charge*

The Tri Delts and the
Silverines will holds joint
meeting and a jam session
Saturday, 1:30 p*m. at the
6E laundry. Boots botomura,
president, will *b e i n
charge*
Members of the various
Girl Reserve elute have
started corresponding with
the members of Caucasian
groups. A member of the
Silverincr is writing to
the dau^ ter of Senator
Bingham ci Michigan.
Recognition and instal-
lation ceremonies of mem-
bers of the Blue Triangle
and the Circle Clubs were
held at Terry hall recently.
Installed were the San-
ta Pe Trailers, Wee Teeners,
Silverines,1 ia s Ninias,
Tri Belts, Patricians, and
Rosalanis. All are of the
Blue Triangle*
Included in the Circle
clufcs were the Toqulvms,
Blue Circle, Les Etoiles,
Twenteehs, Escalantes, and
Les Serrelles.
Copyright
P.equlotions
The Office of the Di-
rector announces that the
Alien Property custodian
recently issued Genera 1
Ordex* 14 requiring all per-
sons to report if s
1 Any iriberest has "been
acquired from ft blocked
nationei, or anyone on his
behalf, at eny time, sinco
January 1,1939, in any
work subject to US oopy-
right lav^a; or
2 Such iirterest, re-
gar-dless of wiien obtained,
has been recorded in the
Office of the Register of
Copyrights at any time on
or since Jan* 1^ 1939; or
3. Any- money that has
been paid to oi* "become due
any blocked national for
any interest subject to
copyright since Jan.1,1939,
the interest to be report-
ed regai'dless of when ob*
teined#
4. If any money is paid
or "becomes payable to a
blocked natjonal rfter Jan.
15,1943, for an interest
in a copyrighted or copy-
rigutable work, the person
acquiring the Interest must
report it to the Alien.
Property custodian within
30 days
These interests must be
reported by Jan# 15,1943.
Copies of forms to be1 used,
mey be obtained from the
office of Alien Property
custodian in Washington.
Donald Horn
Page 5
18 YEAK OLDS
REGISTER
nE.M day has come to 48
evacuees made eligible "by
the sixth selective service
proolaiaation, stated Walter
J.Knodel, selective service
registrar for thQ center*
During the continuance
of the present w&ri thosfe
"born cm or after Jan* 1,
1925 must register when
they reach iiieix 13th "biriji-
day.
<
New Classes
Start Here
Classes in crocheting
are no*. open from 7 to 9
p.m. in the 12P recreation
hall on Mondays and Eridaya;
in the 8K recreaion hfell,
Wednesdays and Thursdays;
and in the 12H mess hall
on Tuesdays.
Ti*anslation classes (Jap-
anese to English and
versa) are also open on
Tuesdays from ,4 to 5:30
p.m. in 8H-1B and on Tues-
days and Thursdays from 7
to 9 p.m# In 8H-1B.
Those interested are
urgecl to attend*
lOtMTIflCATION
BUTTONS ISSUED
Workers assigned to the
project may claim their
identification buttons "by
showiiig their aasigxpont
slips at the placement of-
fices, announced Registrar
Lewis Fanelan#



.
JEROME.
POSTON.
Fruit sold by the com-
munity enterprises come
from such distant points
as Oxnerd, Calif.t Chelen,
Wash#; Avon Park, Fla.;
Edinburg, Tex;; and Certrel
America via New Orleans.
An individual ladder
chess tournauBnt hes started
and is the center1 s first.
MINIDOKA
Personal telegraph ser-
vice has been installed ty
the community enterprises
for the evacuess* use*
Western Union T elogra^h
company fs the agent.
The ice skating rink is
expected to open in a fev
days. Tho only thing the
residents are waiting for
is cold weatKer#
.C.;arcoal production, ar-
tificial wedding bouquets,
corsages of gardenias, roses
and orchids will bear s
wI&Lde In Postorl1 trade mark.
A honeymoon cottege will
be constructed with two
residents furnishing it
with furniture from .Holly-
wood*
ROHWER"..
A "band playing popular
Japanese melodies is being
formed*
GILA
Corning as a Christmas
gift for the workers were
the Novembei' pey checks.
Lgtos, canna lillies,
oriental trees, and shrubs
are being planted to "beau*
tify the school grounds.



piohe
January b,
HIGH SCHOOL 'DELIA BOYS
GRADS WIN .DOWN LIONS
The powerful ^uiache high
school post-graduate team
defeated the Granada town
team, 42-38,. in the feature
game of a 'besketball double-
In the second gar*.e of
the evening, the "Delta
Mercury, a teem co.Trr^osed
of fomer players of the
Walnut Grove Peltans and
header at tile Grmi&da. high
gym Monday night
This is the third center
team to defeat the Pirates.
ivias Oku da led the cen-
ter boys as he scored 17
points while Ralph Duriaam
tallied 16 digits to pace
the losers.
YawatG-5 F
Yotsuya-1 F
Yokoi-3 C
^asuoka-6 G
5-Zordell
10-J. Tyner
4-Cherry
16-Durham
Ode ^ G Trueblood
Suts: Imaclier-Kajioka,
Kitagawa-2, Okuda-17, Fulcu-
yama, Arii-8
Granada--T. Tyner, Ivc-
Miller-3 .
Score by Halves:
Aiaache 20 22----42
Gri*G.n.8.cl8. 20 18* 38
In the preliminary con-
test, the Amache high school
girls glaying their first
game, siiowod great promise
as they lost to the Granada
high sextet, 22-20.
Takao-10 F. 14-L. Tyner
Inouye-7 F 4-Lally
Taniguchi-l F 5-C. Tyner
Wada G Lacocco
Matsuoka G Everhart
Yawate a Jvistkeg
Subs: AmacheY. Naka-
no-2, F. NaKano, Naruse,'
KaTsaguchi
Ciranrj.da-Parsley, Taixa-
sia, Passini
MEETING TO
the Courtlend. Camel Care van,
won an ecsy victory
over the Rocky Ford-£wink
Lions, a nisei team.
The Delta -boys, corf ident
of their *sbility, lagged
through the first two quar-
ters and could only hold a
small 19-10 leed at half
time.'However, they scored
freely os the game drev' to
a close end finished in
great fashion*
. 3eor^"e Iiosiiizu took scor-
ing honors for the dinners
with 10 points. J. uto
paced the
digits.
Tsuruta-6 *
Arii-7
Arimoto-7
ifcsaizu-10
Mirada
losers with six
'F 5-Shirisachi
F 1-hireki
C 2-Kawata
G B. Mori jama
G 6-Sato
Suls: mercury--Nishi-
mura", J. Hoshizu-4, Ki-
no sli it a-2, Kobuke*6, Wnta-
ne"be-2, tiatsuda-4
LionsTanabe_3, Mameda,
N. Moriyama-2
GO TOURNAMtNT
IN PROGRESS ,
A ^0 tournament has been
in progress since NavYears
day at the 8G recreation
hall with iuore than 60 res-
idents competing.
Momojiro Kotayashi, head
of ]le tournament, expects
the tournament to continue
through the week.
SETTLE TITLE
'though the championships
of the Amache foot b all
leagues- have been decided,
taere are postponed games
yet to "be played end as a
result the season cannot
"be considered closed, the
repreation department an-
T.onnced tod&y.
This mettGr will* be
settled at a meeVing of
managers to -"b.e held in 'tlxe
near f'xture.
3 Ping Pong
Tables in Use
Thirty ping pong tables
are novc being used in the
recreation halls and laun-
dry rooms throughout the
center, the recreation de-
partment stated today*
Tourney a rr ange'm e n t
and the moving and replacing
of various equipment will
be handled "by the depart-
ment upon request*
LOCALS LOSE
THRILLEK
A ^reat basketball shoot-
ing exhibi ion was seen &
the Grenada high school gym
Saturday night when the Yo-
gore Shankers went down to
defeat, 56-63, at hands
of the Granada Pirates.
To off-set the.auperior
height advantage of Jhe*
Pirates, the Shankers.Al-
lied o'n .. their rsp^e'd a$d
skill in-handling the dia-
sal-.a and raat'ched the scor-
ing power of their rivals.
Leading by a 25-17 score'.
at half time^.the Yogoros
kept up the pace until the
final minues of the game,
v/hen the Pirates led by
Jack Tyner and Harold Rice
went on a scoring spree to
win the game with a euven-
point maitgint
Jack Tyner and Harold
Rice topped the victors *
with 28 and 26 points res-
pectively while for the
losers, Ted Watanabe scored
£0 digits and Swede Furu-
kawa 10.
G* Oiiabe-4 W 28-Tyner
Yamaz,mni"5 F 4-Karra
//atana'be-20 C £6-Rice
B. Yaiuagiwa-8 G 4-Durham
Yama^aki-9 G n^ruefclood
Subs: P Yamfgivva, Fu-
rukav^e--1D,.J. 0ka.be, Isano
Score l)y quartersi
Shankers 9 14 20 13^-56
Pirates 9 8, _22 2463
CALLS.
SQUADS
Sixty -three casaba en-
thusiasts answered Coach
John Hoke's call for mem'ber-
ship on the high school var-
sity squads in preparation
for the 1943 hoop season#
Many of the lads are for-
mer Califoynie high school
players and *boast a wealth
of experience.
Three teems will comprise
the varsity saufed and each
team will have a roster of
15 players. The players
will be judged to play on
a team according to their
ability, steted Hoke.
CHAMPS CROWNED
Tom Sakux*aiof 11Q, Akio
Iv?anaga of 12ii, and Toniio
Joe of 12K, were crowned
ping pong champions of their
respective "blocks in a
tourney held "by each "block
last week, according to
Mich Hashiguchif tourney
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