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Granada pioneer, January 19, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 19, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
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Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Amache
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 26

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University of Florida
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Â¥ol I, No. 26
_imBh8| _G^lorado
January 19f 1543
CENTER GETS
Comendation for the tn
terest and prepa-ration of
"thenlseiforiftilitaryserY-
.ice was received -by tlie
center from the Military.
Intelligence' Service Lan-
guage school at Sa?a'ge#
HThe, present semester
is well uiidlsr wny with no
TRANSLATORS
INTEUViEW'ED
.Mary J Muellers assist-
ant chief.translator ofthe
Foreign Broadcast Intelli*-
gencQ Service of the Feder-
al Goimmm.ic.at i on. Coimls-
aionwin Washington, inter-
Tiered and exajmiined candi-
dates for the listening
post-, in Portland/ on her
visit to'this center yes-
terdaiy* '.. ..
From 12'to.EO names of
applicants s were submitted
"by thp yeirious Gerxters al-
ready visited "by Mrs* Muel-
ler. The fi e best qil i
fled carididatee oiit of all
the centers will be select-
ed for the,,podt . ;
MOORE' TO SPEAK
TOMORROW WIGHT'-
John H* Moore., head of
the social welfare depart-
ment,ill "be the princi-
pal speaker* at the leader-
ship training sessibn to-
morrow at 65SO at ter-
ry Jiall, instead' 6f M# H#
Soglow# '
==CALENDAR==.
TO-.
6^50 p#mMÂ¥ies 'f,My Fa-
vorite Spy,f, at 92 and
111 mess halls#
TOMRROW. 1
12 to 7 p*m.Charter elec-
tion, "block information
Offices*
6 5 30 p.m*ImeChe Little
Theater play try-outs,
8H-12I.'
6j50 p*mMovies at X2P
and 12i mess halls#
7 p4E-BadkBfball Bxanagers
meeting, TE recreation
all, '
AmV COMMENDATION
further enlistments at pres-
ent. .1 recruiting program
sindlar to the last one
will take plac in the near
future in ti ta conc
the next semester,M writes
1st Lt* Roy M.HiTano, lead"
er of which vis
itediAe center l^st month#
A memorandum for the
project director is "being
prepared by the employment
departoient coriGarning the
need .for -a Japanese lan-
guage course here in order
to me^b th ccm^tant flemsnds
for, qualified bilingual
persons.
RtSBDtWWH TO ^Tf C)'N
ClIAifiR Q0N
Lamar. Pa-per
Supports WdA
-iktrsva xxt atst^ents
and- appeals to prejudice
ty congressman' In the qori-
troversy over the IfM were
flayed in a; Lknar Badly
News eaitorial thia week.
Cojme^ted the News?
HWe have s?en bo many
rximors "blown up, stout tuia
particular project, through
the simple medi'uiri of in-
"resti'fsticm 3 getting the
faots, thatw are not quick
to excite when newspapers
and congressmen talk for
headlines aM. jockey for
political position.M
MPfS TAKE HIKE
IN ZERO WEATHER
WHile the cental resound-
ed the laoftns of former
Califoriiitaa. suddenly suls
jeGtedtdeiowEeroweettli-*
er yesterday, Oapt, Joirn B#
Earpen of the 335th Itecort
Guards took his mei\ on a
practice march*
X-Ray Films .
Arrive Here
. Pe¥sonally ordered X-ray
films, have arrived fox* the
dental clinic, Dr,'George
Nagamoto, chief of the den-
tal clinic, stated yester-
day*
Those who need to
X-rays taken ere urged to
report to the cslinie, M>nday
thvdugh Friday from 2 to 4
p^m# ''
..Polk.0 pen
Tomorrow Noon
^ Mm&.Qhe residents will
vote on the rstifi.eatiorx
of the -center^' charter
tomorrow.
Polls,located at "block
information offices will
be open.from noon to 7 p.m.
Names of qualified ¥t-
ers .1 years old and atoire
will blisted at tjia polls,
^ and all eligible voters
who. appear during voting
hours will "be ii^en *ballots*
For TOters who wish to
refer to the charter Ve-
for TOting, copies of the
dooument in bpth English
and Japanese will/be avails
able., '.
.' *
.VIS i FuR S-=5ss=^

SOEDIBRS:. .
Pfo. Kamnni KawafucM,
Pt. Tex.; Pfc# Tom
WatanalDe, Pvt. Henry tt>ri-
hisa, Camp Crowder^ Md*
Pvt* T,oru- Hor if pfo Wal-
ter W* Sakamoto| Pvt*' Tom
Furusho* Pvt and Mrs# Ray^
mond Ta^ahashi, Ft# BiXey,
Ean*;. Hisashi Naka-
moto, Camp Savage, Mixm*
QlYILimSi
Rev. G S* IJptoa, R* M#
Booth, Laurnr; Leighton,
Clayton, N* M.; William
Neenian, H. M# -ShaGstrom,
PueMo# ,
B# Hollister, Washing-
ton'l)C; Amy Ishisu, C. N*
Storey, Denver? Tal Shigald,
Salt. Lake City? W. A* Bau-*
sarman, Mansanola# ^


Page
.G N A^D Ai
rioWEi
i;o n* i i i
PublishBii^ Tuesday&f TliursiisFS, qr*d) Saturdays :fey
the S.A arfi iiat^ituted free to eeaii Upartm^iit* M-
itorial officer PIONEER building?linache, Colorado.
Telephone; *63.
Oski Teniw^ki, director Bob Hiruno^ editor
The American Way?
f
The Denver Building Trades axA Construction coxaxcil
has joined tlie fitit against the building of sciioola
in Amache* baid the council, ,Tle feel that |*t is our
patriotic duty to oppose the squanferint of any : money
on stioli things as a school for Japstft
January 19,1943
11P
ii ii i.
Cn the sixth of 'January
tiie PIONEER carried a story
concerning the distribution
of clothing checksand the
eligibility of the people
entitled to this allowance
f heads of families are
not 7/orklng, dependents
will not receiTe allow-
ancesj,1 read the article,
This has caused a mili fu-
In a letter to Senator M Johnson, leader of tke
opposition to the local school proGeorge iteurer
of the council said;
??^e are at war Y/ith Japan and o^xr every effort should
be to kill these slant^eyed rack atabbers instead of
edii-dating thejii3and we ar%. ef the cpinioiv tast tne only
education that will do this race of people anf good is
thekind tiiat is supplied "by *bullets and &ojiets 1
TO IHE ED ITCR
TO TEE SDIT0R?X *
I see "by your Jsn* 9 is-
sue that a consumers co-
operative 4is about to "be
launched in your comxunity
and that a membersfiip drive
is "being started .
As Vice President Wal-
lace, Representative Jerry
Vdorhis of California5Gov-
ernor Aiken of Vermont, and
Thurman W. Arnold, assistant
attorney general, and many
others have said, consumersf
cbroperat ives are more than
likely to be oho of the
dominant economic ideas of
thR. future. *
They are, aa your edi-
torials have poirxted out,
democracy in "buBiness.- Co-
operators f instead of vague-
ly hoxiag for a "better
world, can engage actively
in the slow, step-by-step
process c building one.r
By b e oming members,
people ir your community
will not or.ly be helping
themselves e c onomically,
they will also be aliening
themselves with a national
indeed international--mYe-
ment of comMMdpractical
business and goodwill that
will, we hope, provide one
of the answers to th-ques.
fcioiis that '^ill plague us
when e Begin tslkiiig sboirt
post -war reconstruction.
After leaving ache, you
will always find friends
ar^or.A no-operatives where
e^er you go,.'
In wishing yourco-oper-
at ires success, I speak not
only for myself, "but I "be-
lieve I can speak also1 for
all the xtimzhers of the Chi-
cago Co-operative union*
S.1..AAYAxUM^
Â¥1CS KiSjIDENT
CHICii'O GO-OFEUTIVS UNION
(hayakawb is one of the
forexaost siut hDx ifss on
semantics and is ai ins true-
tor at the Illinois. Insti-
tute of Technologv. Ke is
the author of the book?
,fLansuage in Actiorir1*edj
TO OUR FRIEKDS:
We wish totake r~
.portunity to thank you for
your sympatiiiea and serv-
ices during the recent
bereavement of our beloved
father* These kindnesses
helped .a great deal and
will net be forgotteru
TKE Gim 1ND
rjWAJA FMaLISS
T5 THE H)IT0H
?/e ser.d our sincere and
hearty thanks for the Jan.
16 issue of the PIONlEa
It is really a super at-
tractive jo*b of printing
the headings are especially
well done* .
ne have read the arti-
cles with deep'interest and
gratitude. Thank you again,,
and continued success to
you and your staff^in vour
creative and helpful efforts-
in journalism*
Greetings to ei^r friends
who may inquire of us* Bet-
ter days to you all in 1943.
GALE b
1419 N. HO^ailAB Blim
SAN GABRIEL, CALIF.
ror among families whose
nominal head is not working.
John 0 Moore, public
welfare counselor# states
that is is possitle to
change the family he'ad to
some working member of the
family if it can be shown
that the ppesoirK fa mi ly,
head is not capatie of work-
ing. But there are no set
rules. Each case must "be
considered separately* And
Koore does not relish, the
idea of liaYing teexi-aged
ycmngsters listed fily
heads.
Public essintance grants
have l)6en set up to alee
care of families wlrse, heads
are not workingunless lie
is unemployed by choice*
In this way everyone, except
capable persons refusing
work, can receire aid. This
eOYfernaent aidstress ed
Moore, is not to be consi-
dered a charity, "but the
only means t*y which provi-
sions can "be made for these
families.
It is easy enough to say
tills is not charity, but
i;b will not be such an easy
matter to convince rnany
families that can use help-
* *
The blcck managers hare
Itieeii hard at work sorting
the requests tte.t the people
wish presented to the rep-
resentative of the Spanish
Gorisulate who ia to be here
this week:*
Complaints and requests
are surprisingly few.
of the complaints, on ntuay,
prove to tie things to "be
ironed out among ourselves
or witii the administratioiu*-
Many of the problems
brought up are nisei pro"b-
1 ems that miist t'e lakai care
of "by the nisei as" the con-
sular representative is in-
terested only in the proln-
lenis of tiie nationalis.* #

Don1t forget#
Vote Tomorrow.
i


January 19 ^ 1943
6 Y f£ k y s h f
All igoman igree thet
* marriage should be a
fifty-fifty proposition:
fifty cents for you. and
fifty bucks for them*'
Eddie Cantor
SHES OKAY
Theresa a whatfs-t keyword
Iciad of pathoa in this true
incident involving a quiet
issei womanwhoreligiously
attends night classes in
English. One night, she
returned home with the glad
news th=it at last she was
able to read an American
newspaper. Her inughters
smiled with mutual under-
stand ing. For the ^news-
paper,f was written in sim-
ple English: ,fThe United
States congress makes our
lews. They meet in the
ivRs in the White house,
etc... .,f
*# m*
Tsk, tsk:! What some
of these girls say when
they miscalculate and step
into a hole full of snow
up to here!
WHAZZAT??
The New Yorker magazine
recently unearthed what it
terms several ,fcornyn Jap-
anese phrases that Hhave
their own peculiar ciiarm,M
all taken from a 12-year-
old volume cumbersomely
entitled "Japanese in Three
Weeks, Practical Business
Methods Applied tolenguage
Study,1000 Classified Use-
ful Phrases, Compiled by
S. Sheba, General Manager
of the Japan Times.,T They
include the following sen-
tences that could be used
in ad^ressirie sundry male-
folk:
,fKirai wa jisei ni okure-
te oru.M (Oh, pshaw, youfre
an old fcgyJ); TfAno hito
wa nani mo shira" rm.f, (He
doesnt know "beans); TfKono
setsu wa shiyo no nai yaro
wa oi.,f (There are so many
dead beets these days);
HAnno koto wa t^uicinami ni
natte shimatta.ff (We are
used to that dope)
There you are. Have fun.
ILER LAST mKDSi
Cold enough for you,
chum?
_________PIONEER^______
Openings for
Ag Students
All persons who h^ve
attended agricultural col-
leges are urged to register
at the employment, office^
according to Placement Of-
ficer Walter J Knodel.
The Colorado State Col-
lege cf Agriculture ais Ft.
Collins offers jobs coup-
led with opportunities tc
continue schoolii.g.
BEET WORREKS TO
CALL FCR CAROS
Beet workers ?;ho were
employed by the Utah-Idftho
Sug&r company are asked to
claim seasonfs* greeting
cards sent to the employ-
ment office, said ^ario
Vecchio, junior placement
officer*
DIVISION HEADS
ARF PARTY GUESTS
tork if* HPidcliffe and
Ralph J. Mitchell of the
transportation and supj.ly
division were the honored
gupsts at get-together
held by the employees of
the motor pool, Thursday
at the 7G mess hall*
------------------PRge 3
TESTS GIVEN
FOR DEFECTS
Approximately 22£Amache
ae]1001 children were tested
for hearing, eyesight, and
speech defects last week
by Carey J. Downing of the
state department of educa-
tion. She was assisted
by torris Fi Soglow, health,
and fihysical education ad-
viser; Mrs.Dorothy
school nurse; and Johji K#-
wata.
The greatest number of
the children were found to
have bed ey e sight. o
crs.es of "blindness inzie
eye were reported.
few children were found
to "be suffering from deftc-
tive hearing. One toy,
however, was discovered to
be totally in -ane ear
without knowing it.
Cftsee in lisping, stut-
tering^ and "baby talk w^re
found to "be scarce. Bul-
letins for the correction
of 11636 defects were left
with the teachers.
Miss Downing will return
in the late spring to re^
check the children, paid
Soglcw.
Sixthree judicial com- the completion of the ice
missioners were Elected to skating rink#
hear the cases of the cen- POSTON."
ter* During each nearing An adobe plant is now
12 members will try the making "bricks to be used
case. in the construction cf the
Volunteer Red Cross work- school buildings,
ers knitted bS shawls to A Itechroom was opened
send tj San Francisco* to accommodate the first,
A donation of #50 was second, and third grade
mfide to the library tc auh- school children,
scribe to many of the cur- GILA,.
rent best seller magazines Seven veterans of World
%ROOTER... Wap I are again serving
Helping in the national the country but tnis time
war effort are the Girl are working in the caiacu-
Scouts who are canvassing flage factory*
the center to collect old First shipri^nt of vege-
rayon and silk and nylon tables for tie new year
hose. These can. be used includes two carloads cf
by the 60vernment as para- and turnips Car-
chute mat-erinl* rots, lettuce, broccoli,
HEAJ^T kOUNTAlN... end cauliflower will Iso
Mirals will te painted be shipped to various re-
on the celotex panels of location centers soon,
all the mess halls. These JEROME...
will typify ilnranese art# Feminine members of the
MINIDOKA... staff are pirtttng ou the
The TfServiceers,f was paper with all the male
formed to entertain the poxHicngoirg firewood cut-
visiting servicemen. tir with the exception of
Plans are underway for the editor.


Page 4_____________________________PIONEER
January 19,1943
12 LICENSES LANDSCAPE
ISSUED IN 42 tP0ffSÂ¥ WORK BEGUN
Twelve cf the 32 nar-
ria^e licenses issued ,'cy
tixG Prower3 noujity clerk
during 19^2 were given to
residents c". Ar.&che, a^-
ccrdin^ to figures released
by Keccrier J. Sweat of
Lamar *
xfoven.ber was the tasi-
est month for the recordor.
T.fin permits were issued.
The majority of the li-
r^eriMS &<3 issued *to Amadhe
residents, t h t recorder
anno
A net profit of vn,86F.i4
by the center ^ 3 .oruronity
enterprises .daring the
l&st quarter of 1942 v/as
shown in th6 f inane'
statements compiled ty Ken-
dall Smith, superiutendent,
said Takaji Tad., .chief,
accoimtant, last week,
.During the period from
Oct# 1 to le^. 31,,neL
sales of the organisation
were ^68,^7.17.,
T2he balance sheet ap-
pears below*
v/erk began on, the
bftaaif.ination of th6 ad-
ministration area Jast week:,
a^^orrling to a ^t^tPrr.ent
made ty L o ai s TRii^ie 3
acting landscape architect#
PIans call for terras
ing to hold down the fiae^
sand; gravel topped roads
and safety i.slandp*.-
Hetainin^ *vmlics and
fla^ston^ walkn. oonnfir'ti^
the adrrani strati on tail A
in^s will also be built,
said Terr.plp*
COMMUNITY ENTEmiSES BALANCE. SHEET
FOR PERIOD FR.OM OCT.1 TO DEC. 31,1942
AS3>7TS; J
HuTr^n4*:
rta3h on. Hand:
Ee^ister ^han^re Fund
- Petty Pash ?und
1 Office r-ash
3al Tax Tokens
Oash in Bank:
itmerinarx State Panic
First National Bank
A^^oujits Receivable
-rilerhand!se Inventories
17
, 1WW
' 46^4.73
hr ' v fl94.73
v 10001..^
-irsef*67
^hl.38
h9hn.F7
D<^f errod:
Irex aia Insaranr.e
20^.47
Store Fixti.tres and Equipment
Oonf ect icnery Pepar ^ir ent v v9A4 OP
Variety Leparrtent £9F
ni_ oth inp tment 497 .1^
Barber Shop ^ 321 7.5
-^pauty Parlor 13Sf 41
T>hoe Repair Departtr.ent ('4
General Store Sq^u^rr-ftat * fAlf "9
CrTioe Eoaiprrent
A:^tc Truck
7113.Cf
4P4.1?
10172.31
77-63.^3
LTA3IL ITJE^l;
Current; . .
Amounts Payable Trade
Ar*^n.<=d alariP3
R. iU Accrued Rent
Accrued Clothing Allcwance
Ac^.ru^d Eoulptr.ent Rental
Accrued Colorado Gales And Service Tax
Ac^ri'ed Federal Ex^ise Tax
Ohe^k Oollec'-tion Besen^e
Pf>5F7.55
lf'Ct.10
1172.P2
9(V.r
20.00
41
43
711.5
60727.^
Fl:#ptr.ent ^ontrac_t_^ £a£able
6152,72
,fet worth
]Tet; ]air;; 0" .} to De. 31 v 8^98.14 .
S'-rplus * - i9lh. "I 108^3.15
77663.^3


j^Xi'U^ry 19,1343
The le t e st official
population figures for the
eerier is 6.,797, the ^efart-
ment of h o using announced
Satird,. The figure dees
not those out or.
leave.
"Follmving Chris.t vms
the tojic oi'Victor i'ujiufP
R^rir_ar_ nt the Sunday moi^ning
worship service of the -;riA-
reAh rr t estant church,
,'i.H-.rry nasiiiwto acted
03 chairman.

Highlighted "by the np-
pearance of (Tdycko Iv,atsuda,
v/elkrewh r:ger;b. siner,
tLe Block 6F talent shew
was presented in the ir,eos
hall Saturday night.-
0
lerr^its for group gath-
^rirgs should "he secured
the police dep^.rtiueiit
three days prior to tne q-
vAnt vso that a complete
clearqr-CC.rM be made, said
Tak Kof^n, resistant; police
chief, vesterd^y.

Mr 3. Buelah rl..xr.phill,
clerk stenographer, is .ii,
D^ver with her husl^an^ wi;c
is ur.dergoirif; minor opejf-
Atlor,

Tp.d^hito Shisurkp. wns
elected presidexi of thp
night school teach'ersT or-
gar.ization nt a meeting
held recently*
Other officers are Ross
Okura, vice president, a:;d
S.*izue //^t.anri'be, secretary.
-3
Fifteen cases of cHicken
pox were reported by the
centei* hcspitp.l last week.

Smgir* and biwa classes
will "be held in BH-4C from
this week instead of 8H-4E.
Clns^es mept onLondays,
.'n'e^n'^days* Thursdays, pltA
Fridays from 6:30 to 9:S>0
T.CST 2 complete forms
of Fnrsorai Pro-porty Ship-
pra ^roei*i3 on the road he
the ndrii:iistraticn
"buildings raid Block 7H.
The ferms are signod "by
K* ri^snimotc nrA wi-tnessel
'by Dorothy McDcUr-all- If
found, please forward to
Mias KcDougRl], room 8
north Qdministrntion build-
ing '
_________nzimn________
YOUTHS TO
HEARKAPEN
Cr.pt. Jchn I. K^rper,
cornfindit officer of the
335th Escort Querd cor:pany,
will spe^k %t the meeting
of trie 3-rr.nPida Protestant
churchfs colle&e-age group
ii,f-.-rry tr.il Sun-day evr-
rin TLjr.eeti'^ will
-it 7 p,m. All. col-
lege-age people arc invited.
Money Lost at
Talent Show
Isamu I1E-12A-B,
reported the theft of his
Trfallet during the Block ci1'
party Saturday night, ac-
corcline, to th~e police de-
par traent .
The wcllet contained $20
in cash, a uT\A pay check
for |l9, and e clotning
allowance check for fl2,
it was stated.
Euge o2x w211et wno in his overcoat
pocket when he arrived at
tlie porty "but he found it
'ne later i;i the evening.
=VITALSTAT.S=
BIRTH:
To lx and fc*s. Cbr§e
0ki,12H-2F, a "boy, nt
center' hospital', Jan* 15.
DEATH:
Tanikisiii Nnkamoto, nt
Futte ccur.ty ncsiital, Grid-
ley, Calif., Jan 12.
mBRlAC^S: .
Haru Ivi=Lyedp. to Makcto
Sasaki', *6F-RF, in the cen-
ter, Jan- 9*
Tsut^-i Kaneyoshi, 12F-3B,
to Ifeumoru Tsujioka, 12F-?C,
ill t-ne center, Jsn.17*
TRANSFERS:
K-atsuichi Hirota from
Topaz, ancitlae-St&nleyTsu-
c*hiyaJ from Pcs ton.
SOLDIERS FETED
Nine soldiers were quests
of honor ut a Satur-
dny at- tne 6B rec-
retion hnl sponsored "by
the YWC/ / iris. Kg re than
40 people attended.
Gmes, darxin^, and re-
freshmerxts made up ibe eve-
ning1 3 pro'^rmn.
The g-uests af. honor w^re _
Pvt k. Ymnauchi, Fvt. Ka
zuxni Kawafuciii, Fvt- Tarln-
shi Hii'ose, Pvt. Cnrl Kawa-
moto, Cpi. Janes Hiratsukc,
pfc. T^ruo Sakata, Pfc..
_________________ Fa^e 5
SUBSISTENCE
FEE CHARGED
Evacuees who ^cceft p.ny
type cf employr.;ent other
than in the project work
corps shall pay a 67 cents
per day subsistence charge,
accurding to 7/KA regula-
tions ,T. Heade Hf.npcn,
principal fiscal account-
ant announc ed Saturrt By
Payment is t6 *be iasde in
c.RBh to the a^ent cashier,
lecated at room 10, north
administration "building*
Evacuees who pjb in this
7?crk are a&ked'tomaKe pay-
ments voluntarily. This
7/ilI eliminGte tre neces-
sity of personaily calling
nuch delinquency" to h
attentioi: cf an individual,
statect Hanson. Cancellation
of certain privileges will
"be ma^e to* those avoiding
ppyrnent. -
SCHEDULE OF
MAIL LISTED .
is cpllected from
"boxes In the laundry at 1
p,ir. on weekdays and 9 n*ir.
cl; caturd^ys, the post of-
fice -eaid today
Clothes Cause
Second Fire
Clothing place! toe near
the stove was ^.iven as the
reason for the fire that
"broke out Cunday. nigM .in
t-Le apartment of Bob Hirano^
11G-4Aj according to Fire
Chief Jerry Sullivan, Dam-
age was estimated at ^>17
Alert neighbors heA the
flames under control when
the fire depp.rtinent arrived
on the scene. liirar.o was
visiting with friends at
the time of the fire.
AT SOCIAL
Ichiro Arimoto, Ffc. Hiro-
sLi Litobe, and Ffc* "/alter
Sakamoto-
Alipe Suzuki and Hana
Uno were co-hstessgs cf
the evening and jwere aided
"by feiko Oka, J^ine Oi,
Helen I.unenura, Toki Tana-
ka, PZiyo Togaslii, ^udge
Nozawa, antj Elina iimamoto *
Others who helped arrange
the partywere^^\\sh*Lrr
George Saito, Joe Saicaiaira,
Fpjn Takahashi, find Ahe
pi. the 6E mess hail.


OPENING OF INDIANS TOP
LOOPS NEAR HARTMAN FIVE
STUDENTS PLAY
ON SATURDAYS
Arrangamants have been
made for the usg of the
Granada high school g'/xuia-
slum by the Ajiiache high
school students, according
to ?aul J* Terry, superirj.-
tondent of oduoation.
rJhe gym will be available
to' the students on atur-
da'/s from 9 a#m. to 4;30
Nineteen cage managers
have entered team rosters
!Th9 Amache Indians scored p.m* and from 7 to 11 p.m#
a oa3-sidod victory over Tho sohcollg physical
education department will
supervise the athletio.ao-
tivities to be carried on
gym Saturday in the gyrr so that evary
student will have a chance
for the 1943 .aaohd basket-
ball season vitoioh will get
underway Sunday, under the
three-league set-up, aA,
Af.and P*
Signed up in the AA
league are the Lindy Hoops;
Sabatstopol Sakura Hamblers;
Modesto Skookums; ;Royal
Araians; Delta Mercuries;
and Kau Kau Lane Zeros.
thQ A league are hs
Firemen;101i team; Argo-
Muts; Aeros; Axnacha Seph-
yrs; Livingston Rockets;
Du^ea; Bojal Araiana; Modes-
to Skookums; Kau Kau. Lane;
au^ Belta Mercuries#
Die Modesto aiid^ the Kau
Kau Lane s are tfca only
'arr*s signed up. in. the P
league as yet.
AMACHE HIGH
GEES TRIUMPH
In the preliminary gair.0.
at *-he Grranada high school
gym* Saturday evening# the
Indians Gee team rolled up
the score as easily as Its
brothers to win handily,
the Hartman Panther3, 49-
14, ir,. the feature hasxet-
ball game at the Granada
lUgh school
rdglit.
* \ith Tpsh Okamura, ilas
GicucJa t and Johnny, Niisawa
hittirig'fhe hoop with..ease,
the Indians wen oel a scorr-
ing spree within, a few adn-
utas of the dpaning' v.'his-
tle. At hcdf tine, they
^ere out in front 22-4*
Utilizing every-man or=
the bench, th Indians con-
tinu.ed their basket bar-
age in tiie second lislf and
completely overwhelmed the
visitors* :
Oiamura took high scor-
ing honors for tlw ^mache
five v/ith 17 points,le
v/as followed1 hy kuda and
Niisawa with 12 and 11.
points respectively
i'ov the losers, forward
Handle tajt\kod 8 digits*
iNDIANS-U9)(14Panthers
^ye3Ugi-3- r 8-Pandlav
Olcamuxa-17 i-Mcore1'
Okud'a-IE, C 4--,iartscn
IU ^ajioiia Q Page
J# Nilzawa-ll G- Newell
to participate there*
Tho-arrangomant will be
effective only until tho
center schools gym is
built said Terry*
PREP BOYS
ACCEPTED
High a <3ho cl students
who wish to play in the
center leagues may do so
if ho 'does not play for tho
Amaohe high school teams t
according to he recreation
department# ,
Thischa.ngewasmadeaf-
tsr the-previously amouac8d
ruling, banning all school
students from participation,
was ovor-ruled by the' play-
ers at th3 last-meeting.
113 a Industrial league
whs dropped bboause of tho
lack ofr reprosontatipn rvf
.department teams and was
replaced by the' B league.
46-10.
3ubs: Indians^.* :
Leading the opponeats
22-5, at half' time the' Cee§
$wish-ed pm net for 24 mora
talHes1 in fte second sta-a-v
za, acid had. no trouble in
winning the game.
G-eorge Hinoki led -tha
winners with 12 points f
while 'Jalter Martscascorad
4 to l9^£t the losers.
jioica, Hamada-4, Kitagawa,
Uhimada, Niisawa, Yo--
tsuya# Yamga-2, Yoshiwara -
panthers:C* ?age-l*
PREP BAND MAKES
INITIAL OE8UT
Tho 17-j\iec Amache high
school hand made its ini-
tial dabut, at the Granada
AMACK2-(46) {10)-Hartman
Hinoici-12 F 2-C. ifert'son .
r ukb w a 6 2-H0a d ng
yatauabQ-6 C Hill
Puruno-2 G* iviar tscn
/" -.-^awam^ra-2 0 Holder t,
.Subs: Amache--H. -viorl-.'
.guclii .Hirai # Kanek:<^^fiIc-.
me-.2, 'Shiauru-ft, Shiro-2,
T* Meriguohi, *
jiar tmenF&ige^m
high g^nnasium Saturday
during the intermission -o-f
the Hartman ranthersf and
the AreaIndian? basket-
ball games,
-XCTICE-
...Persons interested in
refereeing cage games are
asked to attend a ineetdug
tomorrow at'.the'TK recrea-
iioa hell9 7
making aligiHlo those under
IF- years old*
CAGE CONFAB
TOMORROW
An important meeting of
baskct-V-all managers .will
Ye hold tomorrow. p*m*
- at tho, 7E.reefeatioii hail,
announces the rocroat.ion
dopartmont*
The department request's?
that a manager bring one
player and not tha wholo
team*
Iho deadline for team
sign-up^ is Wednesday. In-
terested teams* are urged
to oilier. .thoir x-ames at
once*


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