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Granada pioneer, January 16, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 16, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
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Granada War Relocation Center
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Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
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 25

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University of Florida
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Vol I, Mo* 25 -. __ iffiacke-* Colorado , January 16,.1943
Beet Farmers military affairs committee
Cooperative
A great majority of toe
"beet farmers emplpyad e-
vacuee labor has "been very
cooperative and made every
effort^ to live up to the
original agreements, aid
Placement Officer Walter J*
Kaodel.
A relatively small per-
cf the farmers have
t- deal with tout
they are "b^ing identified,
oontinued Knodel. Future
offer3 accepted from them
win have a more definite
as to the rela-
tive time and the amount
pne tnea will be paid*
As a whole, the place-*
efftoe has been quite
^.?in ting the
tar the inen tliroiigh
te.c c e K- d wr i t -
tYvWiS->i Vae iaflu-
corridas,
1441.
iQ-Cdl- Faculty
Entertains
^ and 3.i?i es and
toalia^da '^ei^e guasts of tie
JShe guests taken
a sight-seeing tour of
uh^jmaehe sehoulfi. and tie
accomplislxed "by the
exitf^? tvHti drew fa_
D^Mer.ta*.
fas. perTed to feh.e
^^..e irt tiw f^]irdniatra-
mess ' Imr ing the
Bn i_rai and Ms
Csr?ujfa lK>ya ea*terr.aind tiie
with Hawaiian muaio*
The day's program was
with tta present^
^tin of a talent ^liow,
f-^txluxir4 ^ at
Ty 1* Paul J. Torry,
pertirfceeirt of 6ux&xl
siri>c n3n,ii^e#*
Much of the success of
the1 affair is credited to
Grace Lewis, president of
the AmaGlie_ taa^lierB associ-
atlorn*
IMM. ?Ei Wl^ CSWIBW
BxeSsmtos Military
Affairs nc^%Me in. Wash-
ington Hie 1 ^ac.m^nA^iL
that jurisdiction of V/RA
centera oe iatrr-ed over to
the A:cny, it was reported
"oy the Ijmbx4 Dally News
yesterday# *
WASliINGTONRsporis that
scarce foodstuffs are vmie
available in plenty to ffRA
cent er realdents, while
surroundiiig areas are sub-
ject to."strict, rationing,
iiave started demands for a
TYPIST WITH OWN
MACHINES CALLED
Typist with their ow.n
typewri^irs .. who will work
in tha office or at home,
preferably the latter, are
asked to report iimnediate-
8t the employment of f ice
Typist will "be given a
C ratij^ and the work will
last for epproximately two
mdnths.
wmiE
i iliS
Atoache1 s first baby
and first twins bom this
year wer-e- among the win-
ners of tlie 18th Prowers
County Stork vderbj, spon-.
sored "by the Lamar Daily
News* They and tixeir
parents were awarded pri-^
zes iy Lamar merctonts^
HiSeko K^washiMvl?orn.
at 6:15 a.m* Jan.1,to
Mr. and Mrs Takao Mwa-
shima of 7H-3F, was the
first child "born to Prow-
ers coxmtj in 1943.
The countys fitst
twins were also "born iii
Amacbe* They are Motoko' .
Charlene and Masako Char-
lotte Tamashita, "born at
6:25 a*m#,New Yearfs.3ay .
to aM Mrs, Mack Ya-
raasMta, 9K-3E#
c 4gr es s i ona i n ir e s t iga -
tion df relocation pro-
gram, stated a United Press
dispatch tliis week.
Leroy Johnson of Cali_
fornia introduced a reso-
lution t6 the Hause of Rep-
resentatives calling for
an investigation of re-
ports alleging elaborate
systems of food and. educa-
tion!! in WR1 centers#
nrfe are told that teach-
ers in these cmnps .receive
higher pay than teachers
in state public schools,*1
he said, Mand that exten-
siva training in suenone-
essentials as artdancing,
and rug-making are being
offered to the confined
Japs'-.'
Johnson added Ms re-
solution would also provide
for investigation of al-.
leged iimoTBl conditions
and of activities of dis-
loyal elements.
Sa id Harry ..Sheppard, '*
Galiiornia represervtative,
wfao personally Investigated
three WRA centers, MI think
these reports are baseless
rumors 'siid I cannot go a-
long with them on the in-
Â¥estlgatiE#M
===CAIEN0AR===
TONIGHT
6^30 Talent siiow,HK
mess hall*
6150' p*in. -Movies, nMelody
Tor Three,1* 6G and 7F
mess halls/
7 5 30 p*m.~Talent cuow, 6F
mess toll.
TOMORROW. ..
1 \ 3D p#m* -Chri.atla n ehurcli
college-age group ezeur-
sion to Arkansas river*
6i30 p.m.-^Buddhist instal-
lation, Tarry hell.
6s50 p.m*l&vies, nMy ^tv-
orite Spy/f SG and 8F
niess halls.
MONDAY
6550 p.m#--fevies, 6F and
?B mess halls.


Face Z_______________
NEW HOLMS
ANNOUNCED
The community enter-
prisesf check-cashing de-
partment 'lias increased its
fund to -19,000 daily to ac-
commodate a larger number
of people, stated Kendall
£?mith3 community en t er*
prises superintendent.
Checks will be cashed
t the west end of the
PIONEER "building from 10
to 11:30 a'.ra. and from 1
to 3 p.m* on we.ek days aiid,
from 10 to 11:30 n.ra* on
Saturdays,Smith announced.
EMPLOYMENT-
FILE MADE
In preparing a file of
persons who understand'the
English and Japanese lan-
gua^es, the employment of-
fice is interviewing the'
1,000 evacuees who recently
indicated on the WRA 26
form that they speak, read
and write "both, said Reg-
istrar lewiQ ,L a-vanslan.
Interested persons on
this working file will be
approached from time to
time for various lan&uag'e
positions in translation,
teaching, transliteration,
ra<5io broadcasting, script
writing,and radio monitor-
ing of shortwave broadcasts.
play TRYms
TO 8E WEDNESDAY
Try-outs for a one-act.
farce will "be held by the
Amache LittleTh.eater group,
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. at
8H-12E."
Interested persons are
invited to attend-
_________ PIONEER _________
^LOST AND fCUND^-
The following articles
are listed in the lost arid
found coluirji of the police
department.
LOST: .
Navy blue jacket;iDlue
checkered jacket; Honson
lighter, initial TO; .brown,
"blackblack owl shaped
wallers; clack, fur-lined
glove3, size 9; brown hand
knit sweater; ^ra/ sleeve-
less sweater.
Brovm and gold Schaeffer
pencil sex; black ^v^sp pen,
go I.d engrav ing "Jane.;tf
"black Parker pen, silver
design. .
Iv.an s glasses; ladys
old framed bi-focals; 9
plane, Stanley tradeLiark;
f-ft chisel., btanley tvcd.e-
mai'k; Waltham pcx^ket watch,
nickel-plated-
F0UTG):
Bo y T s brown sweater;
boy?s maroon sweater;ladyfs
wine s^eatei^ rneii^ .gloves,
one "bfown and on^ black;
brown and ^/Iiite cap; knit-
ted snov; cap*
.Brovm Dunlap kni^'e; pock-
et fish: Knife; W&terianc?
junior pen; gray felt hat;
wedding, "band; "bro'wn pipe;
'hynm "book.
Orange rosary; eyeglass
c-ae; faree pair of hose;
ear muffs; .m^nf s wrist
watch.
Owners may claim these
articles 'by ide nt ifying
therr kt the police station.
GIFTS PRESENTED
Gifts were presented "by
the employees of the motor
pool toAssistant Dispatcher
Richard uno, who l^ecarue a
proud father of a girl last
m/eek*
---------January 16,1943
L AM APc PASSES
PJ..SRICTED
No more passes to L^mar
will be issued to' the high
school students '.on week
days, it was stated by Stan-
ley Adams of the police
department. Exceptions ^ill
be made,however, if r writ-
ten excuse from some schoo.1
official is presented. *
0:; Saturdays, students
going to Laiuar must "be ac-
coLipanied by a parent or a
guardian* '
Persons violating the
pass privileges will'be
exempt from oil passes,
AdaiTiS v/arned*
SIGNATURES
REQUIRED 'v '
Residents who received
rxotice to come dn 'and si{?n
forms for transferring of
household goods from Cali-
fornia to this center "be-
tween Dc. 28 to Jan. 7
are requested to come in
now since it is not ttoo
late, D ,rothy McD-mgall,
clerk-stenographer, said.
ronner Sevastopol resi-
dents are reminded that
the deadline for tlaelr vmre-
house is Feo.15.
GRANAOA PIONEER
Pub lish ed Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays
"by the WRA and distrib-
uted free to each apar-
ment. Editorial office:
PIONEER building,Amache,
Colorado. Telephone: 63
Oski Taniwaki...director
Bob Hirano......editor
ff0ER Wli
POLITICS
organization. This policy
of refusing to* take sides
and promote conflict among
religious, social, or ra-
cial groups has "been ob-
served for ]le last century.
In the Amache coopera-
tive enterprises, as in all
true consumer cooperatives
on the outside, it will be
advisable.-to unite in the
rnem'bership both races, both
sexes,farmer and merchant,
Buddhist and Christian,and
young and old to the end
that together we may bene-
ficially satisfy our con-
sumer needs.--E- H* Runcorn
£0PSt ffiW, ANfl)
NEUTRALITY
True cooperatives know
no barrier of race, re-
ligion,-class, nationality,
politics, a-ex, or age.
They are built on the "broad
"basis of the consumer.
Urlice most institutions
that are limited in nature,
the consumer co-op is in
no sense exclusive and wel-
comes, even ur*0es, every-
one who is sympathetic with
its principles arid objec-
tives to "become a regular
voting member.
.vhile dictators strive
fruitlessly to establish a
world society on theories
ON RACE, RELIGION.
of a master race or a chosen
nationality, the co-op move-
ment feoes on ^rovin^ and
drawing nem^ers v?ith its
quiet philosophy and prac-
tice of mutual aid and inr
telligerit cooperation, /veil
over 100000,600 people in
40 nations are cooperators
today. '
Another practice which
has ruade this movement pos*-
sible has l^een the long-
sighted policy of remaining
neutral on" any issue out-
side of economic matters
which would tend to divide
or weaken tlie coop'erat ive


______ riONEER ______________________rp.ge 3
ADULT COOKING. CLASSES JO OPEN
Ne?? classes inineal plan-
ning ?xd food preparation
fpr..woraen and cut-of-scnool
girls will "hegir Friday,
Jan* 22y the ^.dult educa-
t ion office -revealed yea-
terdP.y
Those interested should
register^at the Terry mil
kitchen now*
Jrr-u^ry lbl? 1943_____
?£UIi :
Â¥00.11 5M/HLH
.Prom, the stp.ndfcint of
traffic safety, Granada is
tops nmcng the WRA, centers-,
declared Lark ff.Hsdcliffe,
senior transportation pjid
officer#
MXct ^ single "bFid acci-
dent has occurred ^nd-very
fw minor ones. Driving is
Mzardous here, especially
ifcf* the nTRp.
vfhere the traffic is so
congested!s^id Radcliffe.-
forum discussions 7?ith
irivers 77111"be held every
w#ek r^nd will >?e led "by
Hnrlow Tcrrillnson and Stan-
ley Adams of the police
d^x^artment; Torr' Onomiyr,,
bead of the motor pool^
and M. i-^dcliffe.
aske*! to attend' a meeting
at 10H-3A at 2 p.m* tomor-
row. M^jorie Takata, pres-
iier*t, ill preside, ^s.
Jirrir.y^ Y^manaka ar.d Iv'irs.
^eor^e Yuz^a are the ad-
isp-rs*
The YiiCl advisory "bo?iri
Will Ef^eet Thursday at the
Y office.
The 7 office is now lo-
n&tel the west end of
the 6G recreation toll but
will move to the east .sec-
tion -soor, as tr^wn hall
is relocated*
The Silverines met
AH-6C yesterday with Gr^-CB
Lewis, adviser.
The Tri Delts will hold
volleyball'practice at
the 6S playground today at
2 p.rru The cabinet is
asked to meet at the Y of-
fice tomorrow ot 1:30 p.m.
Las Nir.aa members will
laeet with Adviser Knzu Kijl-
wsh.ra at 2 p u today
7K^F.
Inez Ilelll, who left to-
day to join the WAVES, ar.d
dsrriet rao,who is lecve-
ing for Rohwsr, were 1101.0red
at a farewell party ^iven
"by the TwenteeiBTuesday at
the Teacher*s house,build*
in 2* .
Firemen to
Be Appoimed
Tvrc volunteer and 24
auxiliary firemen-will "be
appointed "fey tMtlofek mnn"-
ag^ra fer the ir respec-
tive "blocks, it w^.s ar-
nounced'"byFireCMefNcg-
gie,Kejioka, Thursday.
One of the two volun-
teer firemen ill act ns
the foremen of the group
and will take charge in
cps of ny. emergencies.
Identification badges with
^ red stripe will "he is-
sued to each of the men
ar.d must "be worn at all
times.
The first 'duty of the
volunteer firemen will *he'
t^e safety of the residents,
sfid Kajioka, Frcventir^
the flames from spreading
will *be the ir secondary
duty# ...
CHURCH COUNCIL
DONATES PIANO
A piano was donated,
the *Denver .Gomicil c|mrc]^3
3 st week to/be u^ed in
the.9S nurseiy school, Dr*
Erioch Dunias,. e 1 e'mentairy
senool principal, said yes-
terday*
BK CUJB ALLS
MEETING TUESDAY.
The 300k club will meet
Tuesday ot BH-4F at 6:30
p *m.
Merribers ere asked to
come prepared to order their
"books*
Refreshments and games
will follow a short busi-
ness meeting. Uerested
persons are invited.
Pupils Given
Health Hin^s-..
- .The maintaining of-' a
wholeoome men't'a'l -"attittide
was vsuggeafed to -fche-rupils
of the Ankcihe :si3l:1001s
helpful in* .ad jus^xn^. tlien-
selves to*the'Winter weath-
er, according tQ the health
and .physical gducaliion de-
partment.
The knowledge '*thp.t the
forces of nature ill not
harm one under normal con-
ditions nd the realizMiion
that h person ?/^ll "bundled
up was secure and comfort
a"ble were cited as reasons
giving a person a psycho-
logical fidy^ir^ge ir. keeping
up his V7^11 "beirng.
.Personal health habits
were also stressed "by the
department.
Keeping the feet dry,
avoiding drafts, exercising
properly, and following
health habits ns they re-
late to sleep and die
necessary' in luaintainitig
a. healthy body, it was sacL
PUPPETEERS PICK
NAME FOR GROUP
"The Little little Thea-
feertT was the name chosen
for their organization "by
the. c e nt erf n puppeteer?
Thursday evening the
home of Khap Demote-
Members of the Little
Little Theater elected To-
shio Ninoxsiya manager and
"B. H^rano, director.
The organization h ft
"been asked by the element
tary school -and "by Block
9E to present plays in
the near future.
CHURCH S R:V1C£$- -S UNO AY '' "
Evpnt PROTESTANT Time Kec Hall
Surxrise prayer meeting 6:15 a.m. 10H
Sunday school 8:45 a.m. 8H
Japanese service . lOtOO .m. 7H-10K
English service 10:15 m. BH
Young peopled meeting EUDDRIST 7:00 p.m. PH
SmAny school . 9:00 a.m.- 7G-12G
SS teachers* meeting 10:30 a.F.- 7G-12G


Page 4.
PIONEIR
January 1¢?,1943
S y T A 7U £ K. us !Ci
Th ability to listen
with tli eyes^ to appear
to b0 fascinated while
the portals of tlie e?*r
oloae tight aad the nlnil
goes on journwyg
Its oWQ^is a purely
inine a c co m pi irn'i >
God givea that g?fi to
woman ao ahe mey 3 cay
married to the cam? n:aa
for y eirsp and s*oill
amil* Frank Case
25 WORDS OR LESS
Taking his cue from the
old Nevr England household
motto, MA place for every-
thing and everything in
its place* Superintendent
Paul H. Frier discloses
that the housing division^
slogan shall te ,fA place
for everybody and everybody
in his place*
THATS US
Schopenhauer was speak-
ing of* wimin in general
when he offered this apt
description: Mthat under-
sized, narrow-shouldered,
broad-hipped, and ahort-
legged race.1* Now you tell
me what specific race of
winmiin that brings to mind J
ITEM
The to-the-poiut sign
that now hangs over the
desk of Mayio Vecchio, jun-
ior placement officer, com-
mands: HSILENCE, GENIUS AT
WRK.M (We know this squib
has nothing to do with wim*
min or girls*. ."but it was
contributed with 1fUse it
when, you want to take a
crack at tht men*H)
HIS hlim DONE TOLf HIM
Remember how teachers
and parents preached on
honesty in all its fine
aspects, and how, like
virtue, it was its own re-
ward? V/ell, one principled
person recently found a
purse containing $55 arid a
wrist watch, and dutifully
returned same to a Mrs*Ka-
washima of 1211 when the
latter wasnft looking* To
the honest party who re-
mm^ered, a pat pn tha "back.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
^Girls scarce me.n S
Sako. (Corr.ection: that
should read ''Quote of the
Weak.11)
H Denver Leaves
Due to the danger of
public reaction in Salt
Lake City and Denver, fur-
ther applications for leaves
to these cities will be
accepted only in cas^s of
direst urg^ncytt stated
Leave Officer Lillis J.
Hanson* ,
Applications in these
cases iaust Idg made at Han-
Ba hall, formerly the in-
firmary building, and will
require a special investi-
nation in Washington*
Hawaii Sends
1c e Evacuees
GAN ?RANClSCO~The sec-
ond group of 445 persons
of Japanese ancestry evac-
uated from the Hawaiian
Islands> has arrived on
the coast port en route
to the Jerome relocation
center in Arkansas, the
V/estern Defense Consnand an-
nounced Saturday.
In l\7uioev more than
100 persons, mostly -nomm
Gird childfen^ were removed
to the Arkansas relocation,
center.
CLUB PLANS
DISCUSSED
Approximately 75 persons
attended the second session
of the Leadership Training
course at the 9K recreation
hall, Wednesday night.
The featured speaker was
Ernest Kaufman, executive
secretary of the Town and
Country branch of the Wich-
ita WiCA$ whose topic was
"Program Planning.
The speaker for next
week will be M* H- Soglow,
physical education instruc-
tor* The group will meet
in Terry hall.
GH ADVISERS
!N DISCUSSION
Advisers of the Girl Re-
serve clubs discus ^ pro"b-
lem of leadershj program
building, and ci organ-
ization last fteek at the Y
office* Regular meetings
wiil be held on the first
Friday of each month.
BLOCK 91 FETES
(SlACi YOKOUCHt
Mrs. Grace Yokouchi, who
left for the Boulder Naval
Intelligence school, was
given a farewell dinner by
Slock 9L Sunday.
TIMEKEEPING REGULATIONS
RE-ISSUED BY
To* avoid xaisunderstand-
ing 3 and to speed up the
new timekeeping procedure,
the f llow ing; r egula t ions
were re-issued by Ruby C.
Fuller, head of the per-
sonnel and timekeeping sec-
tion:
1 If an etaployee fails
to report for duty without
haying been excused "by his
supervisor, he may be lia-
ble to a penalty of three
days iii eddition to the day
of* absence.
2. If an employee quits
work without getting a re-
lease from his supervisor,
he toy also iDe llalDle to a
penalty*
3. Yhen the employee
gets such a release, he
should not "be terminated
until his overtime (compen-
satory time) is used up*
4. If an mployee has
"been given a release oy his
supervisor to transfer to
a new he should notify .
his timekeeper so that his
monthly time card can be
KUBY FULLER
forwarded to hi3 new time-
keeper#
5_ The worker must woA
the 31at day of a 31-day
month (or must have enough
overtime to cover this day
in orderfto get full pay;
otherwise he will not "be
paid for the 30th day.
6* A worker ^nnot be
paid for the Z1 4 day of
the month if he e^.rts work
on that day.
7. A worker nrustwork at
least 4 hours (or have
compensatory time to cover
the day) prior to his day
off-, and 8 hours the day
following his' day off in
order 0 be paid for his
day off.
0 Part-time w or kers
will "be paid only for days
worked.
9- Partial-day workers
will "be paid only for act-
ual hours worked.
10. No pay will be made
for excused absences for
either of the two above*
montionod types of workers.


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liJW
by Jiro Srjnita
A NECESSITY
,/e walked a mile end
one-half to the Granada
high gym Tuesday night to
take in two games. Faced
with the prospect of watch-
ing. an evening of "basket-
ball, we did not mind ]le
trip down and thought the
walk in the mild night' even
pleasant -
But the trek home, was
another thing. The night
had turned colder, a nd
there was nothing to look
forward to except gettii^
home and into "bed
ragine our surprise,
then, when v^e heard that
the "boys who played that
night had to hikel^oth v/ays-
Exhausted and utterly, play-
ed out, tiie return walk
must have seemed even long-
er to them. . '
Je understand tnat no
means of travel other tnan
Coach iiokefs private car
are offered the team on
games necessarily played
away from home. '
Takih^ into considera-
tion gas and tire rationing,
we nevertheless siiggest that
some effort "be mbde to find
transportatioi\. for these
boys h o represent our
high school in competition
with other schools.
OUR NEIGHBORS
Negotiations h-ave been
completed and cent.er.' teams
will now "be allowed to
hold cage games in trie Gren-
ada high school gymnasium.
Such action illustrates
the neigliborly relations
that have 'feeeri established
witn tne surrounding bom-
munities &nd enhances the
good reports that have "been
going out from this center.
GOOD SPORTS
Doing ills share in .the
recreation department is
our director of recreation
L a 1X s and playgrounds,
11itch Hp.shiguchi. Hn v i ng
oeen s ecr etary-maxiof
the Evergreen An^elns teunia
ERNEMEfS M/
ff iND1M
USE
Center basketball tgair;s
may j^vaciioe at the Granada
hi^h school'gyiuiatsiuin or
play regular scheduled games
cn fend ays and Thursdays
TWO CASABA
GAMES TOMTE
Two iirrache high sohocl
casaba teams will travel to
G-ranada tonight to play
hosts to tue Hartman Pan-
thers at the '-J-ranada high
school ^ym*
The preliminary ;ar:e
starting' at 7;^0 par, will
feature the Arriac he Coes
and the Eartman sbh.orire-
froshraan team, ^hile the
second game will "be "between
the Aniache- Indian -md the
Hartman varsities.
The starting line-up
for the varsity will be Mas
TJyesu^i, riosh Or-;araura, IAv.b
Okuda, Johhny and
Kerry Kajioka.
The C teara starters are
George Hinoki,Rcy Furukawa,
Louie and SalDuro Ka^amura.
GIKLS; CAGE
TEAMS CALLED
A plea for* teams to sign
up at thu 7E recreation
kail for thQ:irlsf lDa3k.ot,-
\jhX1 league was raade by
Miyoko Hay^sui, girls' ath-
l.etic director.
So far only two teems
have- entered their sines-
nThis. is hardly enou&n to
start a league ,T, s tat os
kiss Hayashi.
from time to time, one
of the teems that have
signed up vjill "be selected
to plr/ at the Granada high
sohool- gym, Miss' Haysshl
added.
club ir_ Los Angeles, "besides
serving as treasurer and
tourney arranger for three
ye-:rs, he is experienced
for Ms job.- j
At Sar.ta Anita h.o was
founder of the b^idmir t n
olu"b anti its
for toumarnent s.
HAR.B1SON TO VISIT
Donald E. Ha ison,
actinc assistant project
director, ^111visit his
famil7 end relatives at
Fort 0011Ils this
under new arrangements made
ty the Arnache recreation
department.
The department empha-
sized the difference "be-
tween practice sessions end
regular scheduled gam e.s .
It is pointed out that the
high school chBrges ^11 per
night for two scheduled
games, ?;hile for practice
sessions twice, a week, the
recreation departeent will
not pay cash "but v/ill show
the centerfs weekly motion
pictures to the 'Jrarxadn
student bedy-
It is also pointed out
ty the recreation depart-
merit that no spectators
will "be allowed to attend
the tice sessions-
AKAiANS TO
FACE PIRATES
The Royal Araian five
will face the Grenada Pi-
rates in the feature game
of a basketball double-
header to be played Konday
at the rJ-rar.ada hi^h school
feyiti
The Araian-s are recog-
nized as or.e of thestrorig-
est tearas in the ceiiter and
should ^.ive the Pirates a
good "battle. Experienced,
players from southern Cali-
fornia coraprise their squad*
XI e preliminary game
starting at 7:30 p.m., two
center girls teams, the
9H s and the 10H ^irls
ill make their initial
debut
A lively tussle is in
store for the fans as "both
teams are evenly mtched.
PREP eoys TAKE
HEALTH CLASSES
In conjunction with their
re^ul^r physical education
classes, the high sohool
boys are TDeirg cours
..es in health and hygiene,
according to the physical
.eduatiL department,.-


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Internees and families
Permits for students
3. Evacuees from Hawaii |
4* Donation from drug storn
5. No shopping permits
6* Ko Denver permita
7 Spanish consul
8. Internees and family
-* Comm* enterpriaa
10* Duffy's statement .
11 Baggage
12# /maohe cooperatives
13 Literary colurcna
14* Granada Center coluiina
15* Buddhist news

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