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Granada pioneer, January 9, 1943

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Granada pioneer, January 9, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 22

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?1 I, No. 22
Amache, Coorado
January 9^ x943
CO-OP in fflEiBERSliiP.DRIVE
FAN SLA N tUPOim-
MCUE IIE£_
"Win m i£ni
Ama0fi.e still shows tlxe greatest percentage among
the centers in response to the positions offered "by
the Naval language school, stated Registrar Lewis W.
fanslan, who returned from Botllder tliis week* He was
accompanied Ijy Kay Sugahara of the employment office.
6ix more teachers from the center joined the firat
group and six more are soon to follow.
The instructors and their families are much
to ereater a high respect for the evacuees with their
excellent deportment, peraonality? and ^r<^oming,n Fan-
elan reported. ,
NEW MOVIE
SCHEDULED
#fM^ldy for fliree/1
starring Jean Hersholt and
Fay Wray, will "be screened
for th6 residents of Blocks
?G and SG at the 7G m3
hall and for the people
Blocks ?F and 8F at the ?P
me^s hall tomorrow at ? p.m.
Tlie picture ia a Dr#
Christian story a
musical *background and cen-
ters around the activity
of a Chicago teoadeasting
studio* The highlight of
ttie' film is the playing of
Brahmb Hungarian Danc^
& t>y e orchestra
'vjiih a guest soloist.
The movie will *be shown
according i,o the schedule
followed last week except
tlxat it will be moved to
the ottier me.ss halli
Ticket are available at
the "block information offi*
^qs* five cents will be
phaxged for children under
15 years and 10 centa for
adults*
Three WRA
Officials Visit
Three officials of the
1Hi are visiting in tlie
center this week# *
They are Donald H*Saginy
assistant chief of the em
ployment division of the
Washington office; M. 0
Anderson amplo^ient offi-
cer in the Denvel* officei
and Richard rmets of the
Denver office.
Bennets ia particularly
interested in speeding the
school construction work*
Job Offers
To Be Listed
Evacuees intending to
take up any one of tlie eni*
ployiaent offers posted tn
the placement office should
ask i^o include the offer
with their leave clearance
applications as it will
Taurry the leaire proceaa,
said Placement Officer Wai-
ter J# Knodel#
LEASES OFFERED HERE
Center residents inters
ested ia leasing iaad in
this vicinity on a cash-
rent or crop-rent *ba is
are requested to come in
re
PWiQerri1
eftCibio
agister with* 'Junior
nt Officer Mario
the former con-
tractor^ building, a n-
ncunced flacemeijt .Officer
Walter J. Knodel.
Opportunities are offered
in fruit, truck> qt general
farming by: substantial and
trustortky armers in Ool-
rado, added Knodel.
SHAKES TO
GO ON SALE
A charter member f hi p
dri^e for the community
enterprisea st ar t s Monday
and will ccmldiiue through
Thursday, Jan# 21,E H.
Huncorn, associate coirn-
xty enterprise auparinten-
ieirtam\cnmeeAThursday*
Shares will "be sold at
f5 each and an individual
will *be allowed a limit of
20 shaTM*
fhe center has been 5i-
vided into seven teams, and
the progress of1 each team,
showing the increase in the
nusAsr of charter iribers
and capital stocky will be
denoted on th^emometer
charts.
Beginning Monday a ltd
enling Friday, an explan-.
ation of t h. e temporary
conxmiriity enterprises arid
the cooperative association
hich will "be organized by
tlie charter members wiU
"be made "by twe repre^enta-*
tires of each team*
Application eai'ds for
membership and 1he proposed
by-laws in both Baglish
and Japanese will b dis^
tributed at tlie block meet-
ings *
The smm teams axiA theit
representatives a r ?s
follows.
* Teaxri 12 7G, 8G, 8F, 7P#
llE--*BuEcorn and F* Konno*
Te 2: 6H 6G3 7H, 7E,
0ST* Domoto and T# Nisbi*
1zaki#
Team 3: 61,6F, UK, X,
12K^*M*feruse and T.Saito*
Team 4: 9E, 9Lr 9K, 8K,
?KT. Shiaa and B* *Kawa**
sliima*
Team 5;10E, 12G, 9B,
11F, 12EK, Iki snd A.
Kajioka*
Team 6:11H, l£Hf 110,
12?N* Kurita a F
ctiiya#
Teem ?t Actoi^istrative
persoimel-^W Ray Johnson
aad Bell Love#


Page 2
Blame the following guff
on Guest Columnist Joseph*
ine Patric-ifi Ide, an ad-
mitted authority on Wiramin*
So, gentle reader(s)# here
comes Joe to talk for met
Never trust a women, my
pappy told me He did and
got hitched# I did and
here I am writing a womanfa
column"Heaven forbid!
Yamto Yamazumi of the
loud mouth and stone face
breezed into the canteen
the other day and purchased
a lighter ttom kewpie-faced
Salesgirl Pumi Fukuda* The
gadget didnt work***Yam"bo
teefed# Fumi offered con-
solation and advice: HHerefs
ft match/1 she cooed, ^ou^re
supposed to light the light-
er first and warm it up#M
And she meant lti
Sumi Kawamura, hefty
songb ird^ homeward bound
from 9Kone dark night^fell
into a gulley* Now there
are two gulleys*
Chum Hiroshi Ito reminde
us that there Is a definite
improvement in the attitude
of the students towards
school* At first the cry
was, ^el with the d-
school: But now its, fTo
heck with this darn dump!*1
Happy teachers gurgle* ,rWe
are so pleasedwe could
seream*0
Sea gulls cry goo, goo,
goo, and fly slyah, I
shall explain the meaning
of the word fly* You fly
a chicken in the pan, you
fly a dove of peace*w So
opened a New Year1s eve
discourse on sea gulls ty
Professor Tosh Niuomiyaf
who remembers nothing*
A youngster entered the
V & X (five ay.d ten to you)
and asked for tooth powder#
Naoko Kajioka, smilingly,
handed him a Wnew "brands
A few hours later, the kid
returned} wanted his money
"back complaining the powder
\ "burned his mouth Naoko
dldii, t un d erstand--\mtil
sae saw the brand# It was
SiftaX Platt OlMftatr.
bue tbins about
Ttnaktt slM9*
atidL a friend, says
we> "always mad*n And nho
said she i?asnft stubborn?
PIONEER
.Jenuar/ 9,1943
ART CLASS
NOT CLOSED
A number of students
enrolled in the recreation
departmentf s Art stu dio
have failed to attend the
classes, the Art studio
declared last week..
A misunderstanding may
have occurred when the night
school1s Art studio stated
that there would "be no
classes until further no*-
tlce.
Those who hav^ teen at*-
tending classes in the 7E
recreotioa hall ere ur^ed
to return*
StudentsaLd instructors
of the Art studio will hold
a tea party tomorrow
the 7E recreation aall at
6t30 p.m.
Libraries
Open Daily
The libraries at 8H*1F
and 8H-5A~B will "be open
to the public every day of
the weekf according to the
education ftepartmerit*
The hours arei Wcmd&ys
through Fridays, 6*30 to 9
p#in#} Saturdays t X to 6
pm; and Sundays 2 to 4
*
Kichikc Sanui is heed
librarian at 8H1F> while
MatelAndoi is 1e charge at
8H-5A-B.
NEW COURSES
FOK ADULTS
Classes in textile art
and interior decorating,
and the new semester of
the handicraft cl*fis began
this week.
Textile art and interior
decoratstudents meet
on Mondays,Wednesdays, and
Fridays from Is30 to 4x15
p*m. at the 8K recreation
hallf and cn Tuesdays and
Thursdays from li30to 4tl5
pm et the 12P recreation
hall.,
Evening classes ccnvene
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays^ fr3n 7 to 9 815
o1clock at 8H-6E* Shizue
Watanabe is the instructor*
The hand icraft group,
under Mrs# Lily Sasaki,
instructor, will meet at
the adult educati center
from 6$30to 9 p^r on Mon-
days and Wednesdays; 9 to
11j30 a#m. and 1j30 to 4
on Tuesdays and Fri_
days; and li30to 4 p#m on
Saturdays#
11£ ADVISER
THANKS PUBLIC
In behalf of the resi-
dents of Block 11E, H# A*
SRisho, adviser, expresses
his tiianks to the public
for its cooperation In male-
ing the HE talent show a
success*
WOMEN'S FEDERATION
CHANGE MEETING DATES
Meetings of the Granada
Womens federation ehell
henceforth toe held on the
first and third Thursdays
of each month instead of
weekly, it was decided by
AMACHE 8USSEI
flcET. TOMORROW
An important meeting of
the Amache Y1A will follow
the regular 8 pm service
at the 7G Buddhist hall to-
morrow, announces Rev# To-
kuyu Shirakawa*
LIST BUDDHIST
CHOIR PHATICE
Mary Watanste and Yako
Morita, directorsr have an-
nouMtdtii fbllovl&c
ule for Buddhlat choir
PMOtlMtl wnj TttMdaqr
from 6130 to 7|30 p#m# and
Saturdays from 1 to 2 p*m
at Buddhist church No* !
the members Thursday morn-
ing*
The next meeting will
be held t 10 a.ni# in the
11G- recitation hall on Jan#
21* Co-chairman Chi-
zuyo Kanaz an a requests that
at least one repre ntative
from every "block le present
at the meeting to discuss
several impoartant matters*
HAMAJI CHOSEN TO
LEAD PLAY GROUP
Roy Hamaji was chosen
president of the Amiache
Little Theater group at an
election held recently.
Other officers ere Ken-
ji Okuda, vice president;
fast Sasaki,sn
Clnura, trwurr;
4 Chrnr ToahitMd#
torlan*
A constitution waa ala0
drawn up by the group.


January 9,1943,
FIONEER
-Page 3
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Event ' Time 'Hec Hall
1* BUDDHIST ,
1 Sunday schocl 9:00 a.m. 7G-12G
j'SS teachersf meeting 10:30 a.it 7012G
*Young Peoplefs meeting 2:00 p.m. 7G
1 FR0TESTAIW *
i Sunrise prayer meeting b;15 a.in. 10H
Sunday school 8:45 a.m. 8H
Japanese service :10:00 a.m. 7H-10H
English service 10:15 a.m.. 8H
Young peopled meeting 7:00 p-m. 9H
....................... iiJiwwui -ihj

ILIWiDlEW CB1tmiNCffl
/%NWWMUS WIRI¥KR§
Numerous charges znado
against wrious individuals,
"both evacuees and adminis-
trative members, in aneny-
mously written letters have
"been received by Project
Director James G. Lindley.
Said Lindley: "Please
EQUIPMENT FOR
CENTER OBTAINED
pavid N. Katz, procure-
ment officer, .has returned
from r trip to Fort Snslling
where he looked at some
government surplus property
v?ith_ Malcolm E. Pitts, WRA
eld administrative ,of-
ficer. ^ree carloads of
eqviprreut. including booi^s,
c bt£iredv for use in
Ms ce'ier,
-AjJL ...M
AT fSTFFE
Le+ters addressed Frank-
lin Hadio Stio^Yosh^s Bar-
ter Sliop^rid Oriental Seed
Plants may "be claimed
ot the post of f ice "by their
resreotive owners
CLEARANCES
NECESSARY
The use of themesB halls
as a meeting place has de-
veloped into a problem and
i^he cooperation of the res*
idents ds asked by Frtiect
Director James 0. lindley.
leetin^s should be lim-
ited and should "be recorded
by the police department
.after a clearance is re-
ceived through the 7E rec-
reation office, said Lind-
"W
Block managers end tile
recreation department are
respcnsitle for the sched-
ules, the preparstions,
and for tne clean up of
all mess hall activities
after Jan.1.,Lindley con-
cluded.
do not waste any'more of
my 'time, or yours, in
writing.anonymous letters.
If you haven Vt enough cour-
age to face the man that
you are accusing, then I
am not interested in your
charges* .
Soldiers on
Furlough
Nisei soldiers wfio visit-
ed in the center this week
include:
Pfc Richard totsumo-to,
Pfo. Isp.ac ..Sasaki, Camp
Wolters, Tex.; Pvt. kasao
y&mauoki? Ft. Bliss, Tex.;
-Sgi'. ''David Yoshida, Camp
Hale, Colo. Ffc. diroshi
LitobeCamp Crowder, Mo.;
'.^-..from Los An-
APPLICATIONS
FORWARDED
Approximately 200 appli-
cations for sending house-
hold £,oods ..to this center
have been forwarded to the
San Francisco office, ac-
cordin^ to Henry F. Halli-
day, senior administrative
officer.
Mrs. T. Gima
Returns Here
Lrs.+ Tan jiro Gima11K-
nospit.el. Caiup Crowder, ko. ^
Pvt.Seir. Kuwata, Ft-. Sam
Houston, Tex.; Staff bgt.
Jack Otashi, Caxap Savage,
Minn; .Pvt. 0 ar1 K. Kaw a-
moto, Pvt. Tadashi Hirose,
Ft. LeavenvJortii, Kar_.
MORE GOODS AUGMENT
DEPARTMENT STORE STOCK-
' k complete line- of shoes
l,s now car'ried "by the clothr-
Ing storev Pig "Kashiwagi
^r/c.ounced 7ob s 4 ay L at ft
Ipter goo^s have arrived
^re on sale. ,
toy department vtill
'^e moved to the variety
to "bettar p.coonimodBt.e
the 'Cistomers. An open
B'ock line of dislaes is
^-J.ao being sold tae
store, and It is
hoped to carry tb.e less
exx^r-siv^ variety s o on,
now
Kashiiwagi stated.,
The grocery store
carries a complete .line .
P,oods.
.In pxs^erir^ the question
of ?7hy some merchandise
ere sold for more htA others
for less, Kashiinagi said
tk&t.it I? bs due to th.e late
buyir.ff. On tlie ay^rage,
residents 7iiil find that
the jvrices at Aie comuuiAV/
enterprise stores r3re J.ess
in coit^axisoix to tlie o'xt-
side.
^eles. this iweek with tiie
ashes of her husband who
passed away in the Los An-
geles General hospital Dec.
21.funeral services were
held in Arcadia. .
' tos.. Gima ?ms accompa-
nied by her daughter, Miye-
ko, and Mario Vecschio,
placement officer.
CARD CLASS
SHIFT MADE
Bridge class changes
have "been announced "by Roy
liv/ika, instructor.
..Classes Rve now held on
kondays, Wednesdays, biA
Fridays, 7 to 10 p.m. at
the 11H recreation hall;
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays, 7 to 10 p.m. at
the 7K recreation hall;
S'JiT^ays, 2 to 5 p.m,
at the recreetion hall*


Page 4
_______ PIONEER
January 9,1943
nity; he can never tell
where his influence stops.ff
Dr, Enoch Dumas, elemen-
tary school principal, is
an advocate of this thought
expressed toy Henry Adams.
Ten years of close as-
sociation with students in
C R A N A C- A P O N t £ R_________________________,
Published V/ednesdays and ba turd ays "by the MA and
distributed free to every apartment. Lditorial of-
fice: PIONEER "building, iunache, Colo. Phone; -63
Oski Taniwaki9 director Bob Hirano,editor
Steff: Suyeo Sako, Jiro'ournita, Ehan Komai, Taxi-e
Kusunoki, Jack Ito, Robert Asamoto, Tomoko Yeta'be,
Alice Taketa, Joseph Ide, Choji Nakano, ^Imer Ioka,
Hxroxnichi Korimoto, Tsu^ime Ikaki, JiiTi Ysmaguchi, Sab
Okamura, Oeorge Hamainot-o, xv^saji kurai, Johr Tsuruta,
Hiroshi Ito, Harry Ioka^ ^dith Kodsma, June Takea,
^Lakoto I'jDrita,Yutaka Kubota,
T^rnest Uno, Roy Hama ji
schools and colleges in
Oregon, 'Washington, Colo* | I* t H
rado,nd fansais have ac-
in
Journalism
quainted him with the work- We appreciate the straight thinking and understand-
ings of the young mind. ing attitude of the editors of the Rocky Lountain News
A proponent of progres- at a time when emotions rather than reason dictate the
sive education, Dr. Dumas policies of many newspapers.
does not strictly adhere Thxeir editorial about the Granada centerTs school
to stereotyped teaching project last Sunday demonstrates that hey realize the
methods. He is sponsoring problems which face the evacuees and the YffiA adirdnis-
a course in which several trators.
subjects are studied and
the relationships of one
subject with another im-
pressed upon the students
through association.
Illustrative of his un-
derstanding is the story
told in the education of-
fice concerning a little
feirl, who, when told iDy her
mother that she was going
in to see Doctor Dumas,
"burst into tears*
Instead of uniformed
Before Pearl Harbor, we "believed "bliat American news-
papers and newspapermen topped the world in accuracy
and fairness* Since then^ that thesis has "been shaken#
Only a few of the nation1 s great dailies, such as the
News, help us to keep faith in American journalism.
TO THE EDITOR;
TO THE EDITOR
why the FIONESK didn't car-
Some weeks ago, four or ry the news about such a
fivecoBl haulers fe1 from big accident?'
the rear of a truck and h COAL HAUL*5R
nurses and suxgical instru-
meritsshe foundneatoffi.ee
girls and raw upon row of
children^ books. Dr. Dumas
quickly won th.e child1 s
confidence*, and sent her
out anticipating her first
day in school
The man who is entrusted
with the education of hun-
dreds of youngsters in
their formative years worked
Jiis way "through college,
one time or another hav-
lap; "been ^ logger, forester,
"ie^artment store clerk,
librarian, lecturer, amtu-
l^noe helper, and tutor.
^r* Dumas is a f33grad-
uateof Willipmette univer^
sity. in Oregbn. He earned
his in 1939 and Doctor
of -Education degree two
years }ater from Colorado
State College of Education.
N DANCE ON
SATURDAY NlGHT
There will -be no Saturday
right dances until further
notice as dll the public
address systems 'are being
used for movies or scheduled
to be used for talent shows,
the recreation departmar.t
anriour.c^d Thursday.
were seriously injured. I The hospital refused to
understand that not all give our reporter any in-
have recovered to this day. formation on the subject.
What I want to know is, ed.
ROHWER... Community enterprises
A clogged drainpipe plus is planning to "build a rec-
£4 hours of rain created a reation center to meet the
flood in one part of the increasing demands of the
.center* residents. Included will
tone than 75 Boy Scouts be an eight-alley bowling
took par in the centerfs section,. a soda fountain,
first Court of Honor* Three a hamburger kitchen, booths,
life Scout awards were made, and tables, and hree bil-
A two-day rally started Hard tables
the YI..WCA organisation The Sentinel had 16
drive. pa^es in its special New
GILA... Year1s edition-
Coins were hidden in TOPAZ^ .
mochi cakes and given to A 32-year-old nisei was
the children during the found alive 10 miles from-
moctii mnki. the center after a three-
G-oose was the main dish day search ty the center
on the New Yearf s day menu# residents.
HEART IViOUIvTAIN.. . POSTON...
A modern "bakery plant The Chronicle is the
will be built to supply new name of the centerTs
the- center with bread and publication,
pastry. Included in the New
.Hog and cattle projects Years celebration was a
will he smarted apd is ex- "Cavalcade of Poston, pre
pected to meet the mep.t sen ting pa:zoraiaia^^na5 of
needs of the residents. reut-ef ife.


January 9,1943______PIONEER----------
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All students in Amache
schools will "be given the
opportunity to have heir
hearing and eyesiglit tested
"beginning next week, the
school^ physical education
department said today.
Carey Downing of the
state edueation department
will supervise the hearing
tests with an audiometer.
Miss Downing will stay at
the Amache project for
three days. After their
hearing is tested,students
will have their eyes ex-
amined*
According to torris 11.
Soglow, physical education
adviser, all students with
defective hearing or sight
will be afforded treatment
at the center hospital.
ROBERT GEORGE
TO ADDRESS RWA
Robert George, junior
high school instructor,
will address iRWA members,
a discuasion group of the
YWCA, and the.ir guests to-
morrow at 3 p.m. at the 9K
recreation hall. His topic
will "be ^Attitudes.*1
A discussion is also
planned and refreshments
will be served.
Nippon Sebastopol
has ^een esta*blished f=.s a
roceivinfe joii-t for eve.ou-
ee stored household goods,
Henry F. Halliday, senior
administrative officer, an-
nounced Friday.
A W H A representative
from tlie S&n Francisco of-
fice will be at Sebastopol
from Fet.1 to 15 to re-
ceive the goods* Hr.dents
formerly of this vicinity
who have not filed
applications are request-ed
to do sc now# The/ will
"be requii^ed to have poods
GET-TOGntlfR StT
FOR. MONDAY EVE
An informal get-together,
feat uring enter t aliment
end ooimunity sin^ir^^ill
be held from 7 to S p.r.
in Terry hall Monday.
Hutixy Suzukida will .ct
as master of ceremonies for
the program "being sponsored
by the recreation depart-
ment ;Joseph Idle, Koe Yo-
shidn, Fred Arimoto, Frank
Suzukida, Hippo ShibfitR,
and Mits Usui will lead the
singing; Chidori 8niotaiii
will le vocalist, ar^.11¢-
miko OtP. wil provide c_
comp&niment foi" the singirg.
8I..Xf . o .. ' / r ^
theix* o\vr. expense #
?ecessary pa c kiftg or
crating for rail shipment
will Tbe done by the WM.
Hwnry Shimizu is assisting
in receiving the applica-
tions.
S L U H TRIANGLE
Mt.ETS TODAY
An election of officers
will taka place when the
Blue Triangle meets tomor-
row at liwO p.m* at the 6F
recreation hell* The pres-
ident andliierepresefrtaive
cf each Girl Rese^e olut>
are asked to att d the
meeting.
RtCCKDS TO BE
PLAYED TONIGHT
Beth classical and pop-
ular music will be played
tonight from 7 to 10:30 p.m,
at the I2H mess hall, Terry
^ae Murakami, ciiairman
stated Thursday.
REV. SUZUKI TO
DELIVER. SERMON
Rev* lester Suzuki will
give n sermon at the rro-
tesQn churcti service at
Terry hall tomorrow morn-
ing#
PURCHASES
of this policy be? First,
there wilx. be the beginning
oi* more widespread savings
and ownership which will
supplement, the low center
wage level and prov^rle pro-
tection against tl.inevi-
table subnormal - war
period.
Second, more interest
and active participation in
the economic and business
life of the coiwuunity will
be developed#
Third, end most impor-
tant ,patronage dividends
definitely tend, to do away
with centralization of eco-
nomic power, the "basic cause
of present world-wide en-
tanglement 6*
Here In this one prin-
ciple, Arache citizens-or
citizens anywhere--have an
economic tool with which
to build economic democracy
to match our religious and
political freedoms if they
will "but apjily the principle
consistently. --S.H.Runcorn
PATRONAGE DIVIDENDS .GN
The fourth and last of
the primary principles of
consume r cooperation is
without doubt the most pow-
erful Rochdale rule. Simply
stated, the principle is
that net profits are paid
l^ank as patronage dividends
to members and patrons in
proportion to their pur-
chases.
If applied cansistently
for a period of years, as
in Denmark &nd Sweden^ for
example this principle has
the power to break monopo-
lies, build consumer-ownei
factories, eliminate ten-
ancy on farms,prevent
generally a vitiating gov-
evrmerxtal b^irenucrRcy*
Let us use a vry con-
servative example to show
the principle will work
in our Amache cooperative
enterprises, inc* The tem-
porary local community en-
terprises, exclusive of
mail order "business^ have
done an average of 420,000
gross busiLeBo per mo~th
since Septeicp'ber 1". Tiii s
is an everage expenditure
of only |l£.50 per family
per month forlbOO fmilies.
Let us assume that this
volume of *business keeps
up and ^240,000 gross is
tPicen in for the yeer* As
sume further that after
pacing rent, taxes, de-
preciation, 4% interest on
all shares, end cash wages
unfortunately below normal,
a net profit of $12,000 is
shown for its first year
of business.
Without patronage divi^
deuds and s co-op set-up
this conservative amount
would be pocketed as stock
dividends by a few large
stockholders.
In our co-op, however,
this bf rxet profit will he
rsturr.ed-to the 1600 fami-
lies in proportion to their
part in the $240*000 pjoss
amici volume
:What will the results



ty Jiro Suraitr.
DOLURb AND SNSE
Queries aa to Vvho re-
ceives the money taken in
cit g. uiQ3 played in the
Granada M school g;/m
have increased of
Interested in the ques-
tion ourselves, we askeU-
toe recreation dapartment
about tha matter. Happily
we found that arrangements
for dispersal of ti'JG jata
receipts had ^een alreaoy
made.
Center teams and the
Granada town club are roo-
ognized as the hoar team
on altern..t8 gaae ti Tho
liome taum receives a fixed
larger pQr.cenU: of Uia
receipts', while txQ
visiting team gets the re^
maincier.
a further stipulation
raquires the home tea*n to
pay the expenses of staging
the game, the visiting team
taking a smaller tut. clear
out.
In the long run, th^r^-
fore, vjith the alternating
policy ana jpayins of ex-
penses both taauo coma
out financially even,
OF DIE? HOPL
Two hundred high soiiooj.
boys find theaselvas ones
more taking p<-rt in basket-
ball as A;naha high raises
the curtain on i ta 1^43
seson with aa intramural
program.
Uaed to xjlayiug or* pol*
isi.Qj floors viiere
stops and pivots and anooth
dx-ibbling are possible,
the boys are having trouble
ia adapting their style of
play to airt courts.
In 10 games ])layed so
far the biggest s.core e
have noticed is a 14-4
oouut* No ..point could bet-
ter illustrate the playing
limitations of the dirt
court.
V/e join the boys in
looking forv;ard to oomple-
t ion of the high sahool gym
wiien indoor sports will no
longer be haniicapped*
GnD SIGHTS
Yuk Yav/ata, high school
phyvSical education instruc-
tor, ia a football! basket-
ball ,and tennis letteruian.
from Oaliiaxid f s University
high.
After graduation, ha
sGr
Lian^^er& wishing ter enter
u team in 01.0 .!' the basket-
ball 1.£3 c.re ..w,\9d to
sign uj at the 7L reore^-
tion h-dl by WeJueday..
a team of ut le-st five
iiuz&t be si^piecS up t>.
rocrc4tion ofi'L^e bty that
di-te to eater in tue league,
Tj be follcv. ad b:; an iapo^tant
luaru-gers1 raootiii^ to be
held at the 7E ra'3re^ti!i
hall Tiiaraday 7
Pbo'triQeting v/ill be he\3
to diSTass thy ru.las and
regulations div^wn up \)j the
baguette 11 board of-direo-
tors.
(kni6 schedulea will also
be formed. All managers
are £Siied to by present
at the meeting.
6iKLS/ SPORTS
SUGGESTED
Cxirls' out of school who
are interesteu in forming
a basketball or volldyhall
la^gua are requested to
si^n up how at the 7}. rec-
re tion offioe so ia A- r-
rcnseraQn4's o^n bo ivtado for
suoi) a iaa^'i.
A foraation ofijosj Hi
girls* teuns was aug;-stoi'
bty Hiyo^O Hayasui, girls1
athletics d ir^otor
Ice-Skating
Rink Planned
An ioo-ska t- ing rink:
will be oonstruoted west
of Block 7E as soon as
grading equipment arrives,
accord ing to the recrea-
tion department% Approxi-
mately 70 pairs of ice
skates are now on sale at
the oornmunity store#
PP GALS
PLAN LtAGUt
* A school-wide intra-
mural ba^tcetball program
is about to got undorvay
for hi(Ji school girs* En-
trantu are girls who recent-
Iv h- va been lec.rning the
.fu/idc-uitint/.'ls of tha game.
Josephine Korsoski and
T3uohija, |Xjvsical
aduoc tion instj'uo1 ora,will
.De in chsigo of the program.
_i.Ieam.Mle the girls, %vioo
played tho G-ranada hi
school girls at tha Qra-
nuda high gym racently, are
looking forward to other
outsicia aotivltioa-
Vollayball and ^ool-hi
ara the chiuf girls1 sports
activities at the junior
hig3i aohool rwliore Fred Jfe-
310110y is aided by Sachiko
Sokalcura,who sepluced May-
mo Kishi as assistant in-
structor* Miss- Ki hi is
oxpQCtod to leave for school
late tiiis month
More tlian 50judo onthu-
siasts are ^'orkingc^.t four
times a veo according to Instruc-
tor tcaharu Kav.ashiina.v^i
is aided by 17 assia' ants.
Belts to nignify tho va-
rious ciassifioations will
be issuod to tha judeiat-s
in the near future, said
Kav^ashii.na* A plan is also
undarv/ay to start judo olas-
saa as a p- rt of tha high
school e^uoation program.
Judo practices are bald
at tlie 8S hall oa Mondays,
IVednasdaj/s, and Fridays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m* and on
Saturdays from 2 to 4 p*m.
PRACTICE HOOP
COUP'S 'RESERVED
The basketball ocurts
enrolled in San li^teo J0t
v/hore be earned a berth on
the varsity tennis team
playing singles.
At Santa Anitat ho wa6
a member of the Krisoo Fog^,
*'A!f league oago chamos.
at the 9G playground will
bo -rescsrvQa for practice
gamos only, announces the
rocroation ^department.
Permits for their use
will be granted upon request
at tho 7E racreation offioo*


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