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Granada pioneer, January 21, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 21, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

General Note:
Volume 1, Number 27

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Auraria Membership

Aggregations:
Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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SIXTY- FIVE PEk CENT
OF VOTERS TURN OUT
2,103 votes .forthe charter
C A L F N D A
TODAY
6*50 fevies,1IE .mess
hsXX .
7?2 p.m.-^-Movies,11K mess
J^bJL . .
75 30 pm.Basket*baXl,Se*
toastopol vs# Holly town
team, and Aeros va*
Fire Department, Granada
high sciiool gym. '
6130s p'--Little Theater
group meeting8H^6D*
6:50 p.m*Movies, 9H mess
,7i20 9i mess
I10XI
Dry Cleaners
. Open Here
A dry cleaning and laun-
dry agency will be -pead
e^t the east bu^' of tlie 8P
recreation hall Jfcnday, ac-
cording to the counity
en*lci*prises#
Residents patronizing
ihis agency will given
a 10 per cent reduction from
regular prices, patrons
are asked to bring a danger
whea calling for the ir
cleaning,
MISS Me DOUG ALL
TO SING AVE MAR/A
SchnhBvt^ a f,AÂ¥e Marla11
will sung by Dorotlxp Me-
Sougall, clerk-steHgra0ier,
wko will present a concert
Saturday 7>.30 p.m# at Terry
hall. ,
Among her other select
tions will be/ "He Shall
Gtlve His Angels Charge,
and. n0ome Te Blessed##, tiy
Scott*
nA BirtMay/1 by Woodman^
^Yesterday and Today,w l)y
Sprause; ,fTixe Heart That's
Freefn by Robyn
11 est dotix, II est
"bonfrom Herodiatie; and
^Dieh teure Hallef(l from
Taimhausep.
The public is invited.
There is no admission*
Though returns trom tliree
blocks were ; still untal-
lied, -the ratification of
te charter for tlie center
go?erment was assured -to-
day by as airerwlieliniiig lead
of.1,732 totes. This morn-
is tabulation revealed
BIJiilCINC
Work on the two elemen-
tary Bchoola liere will stop
immediately In accordance
with, a-wire received, from
WRA Director ULlon S.Myerr.
wlio revealed that tbe. War
Production, "board bad can-
celled the priorities for
"buildings. Cous-truij*
tlon of : t.he: h^sh school
will go on. however,...
The elementary school
will Conti e to have
classes, in Block 8H*_.
Students to
Get I ntervrew
C. Wtonatt, district
representative of the La
Salle Extension university,
Chicago, will interview
prospective students tomor-
row at. the south adminx^-
.tratioli building, room 5,
"betweea 9 a.sa. and 4 p.m.,
according to. Paul J* Terry?
superintendent of educa^
UMl person interested
i thB offerings of this
university are incited to
talk ^ with Ifanatt at this
time. >
y CIRCLE CLUBS
MEET TOMORROW
Clubs in the Y circle
are asked to send two rep-
resentati-yes to a meeting
at the 1 office Saturday at
|S0 p.m* Plans will *be
made ,for an all-club vent*
an^J 451 against* it.'
The -cliart-er carried in
all'.but Blocks 11H and 1XK
where it'was .?oted down "by
substantial margins.
^lock BE- approved the
charter "by the wideat -mar-
gin, witlx 156' of 159 Totfis
cast in fa"v:or.of ratifica-
tion A. remarkable civic
interest, was evidenced ty
Block. 6G where X6-7 of. the
174 qualified voters cast
their 'ballots. Block 8E
ran,a close s-econd with 169
of ttie 16 votersrespond-
ing.: .
Blocks 9K0 9L9 and 12E
failed to send In tjieir
returns, while in Block 7F
leBB. tb^n oae-third of i%& '
voters turned out*
Incoxiixlete fetur^ns slxowM
that more than 65 .per cent
of the qualified voters
cast ballots? .
Denver ,WRA
Official Here
M* E* Pitts, from tAa
Denver \TRA office, is here
for a few days to discuss
jatoinistretire matters with
benry P* Halliday, senior
sdministrstiFe qfficer,
GROUP. WOkK
DISCUSSED
Problems of group and
case work were outlined by
John 0* feore, head of the-
welfare department, at the
Leadership CrataiBg session
a*t Terry hallnight.
His topic was ^Individ-
ual Counseling in Group
Work,"
toore pointed out the
types of groups and listed
tlie .function of each.
The caae worker and hie
duties were also discussed*,


Page 2.
PIONEER
G R A.D Arp Pf1
fays.(
Putlishe^ Tuesdays, >fhirsAys^ an^ Satur
the /1RA -and, d|strilxited fpqe Jach apartmeit-* Ed-
itorial officfe: ilONEEM 'building, ixnacht c|loradf-
Telephone: b3^
Oski Taniwaki, director . 3ob .Hirano, editor
Nat! ve Tongue
Our attention is called to reports that ixeve been
coming from Lemar during the past few weeks.
They concern groups of residents from the center who
converse with store clerks vnd others ij^ fluent English
fchen about face and proceed to speak-aiXion^ themselves
in Japanese.
The people ^of Lamar ^i'n fairness point5 out that tne
use of Japanese among issei who have had little oppor--
tunity to learn English is excusable,"but to heax young
nisei resort to it makes them wonder just iiow f&r we
have progressed in not only adopting the national lan-
guage, but in assimilating American principles and
ideals as well.
The guilty ones probably are few and evoked the
criticism unwittingly* But whatever the case, now that
the shortcoming has been pointed out, an attemp to use
English at all times shoiild he made to Luild under-
standing and unity.
Scholarship
Thanks to the efforts of the Notional Student Relo-
cation council and to the fine record of an evacuee
student now in tendance, V/etoster college of Webster
Oroves, Mo.,- is offering a scholarship of aoout $250
to a woman student in the Grahada Relocation center*
Jtore than a month ago,the council asked tne college
to extend its facilities to evacuee students and as a
result, Kiyoko Hosoura, e former UCLA student living
at the Gila relocation center, was admitted to the
oolloge.
Miss Hosoura is a very capable student,1* George
Duovari> president of the college, says, Mand very
loyal to the principles of American democrscy*n
Morals 1.The National Student Relocaticr, council
is still very much on the job and is accomplishing
much despite a lack of publicity; £ The success of
student relocation depends greatly upon the conduct
and record of those now in school.
ly&rren R. Bennison, chief of agriculture, recently
visited the Gila river project at Rivers, Arizona.
He reports that the farming there *bears no resem-
blance to the situation on this project.f Few people
have "been relocated and the resulting stable population
has made availatle at all times a surplus of evacuee
labor.
At the time of his visit, the evacuee work corps
were harvesting approximately 500 acres of vegetable,
and preparation of additional land to be seeded was
underway, '
Workmen are now constructing tmporary corrals and
other facilities to handle cattle which will \>e trans-
ferred from this center to Gila.
Forty-three head ,of dairy cattle, including several
Holstein' ^nd Jersey cows, calves, and a registered
Jeraey "bull, will "be shipped and will form th nucleus
of t^e-HBO-head dairy herd that IjheOila project plans
to develop*
Personuel from Gila axe here to care for the cattle
enroute*
___________January 21,1943
10011111111
mu
1 Many e^bsurd have
"been spreading within the
center ccncemirg recording
of "births causing, uneasiness
among expectant parents.
These rurrars stsrted because
the center hospital does
not issue certificates of
"birth to "batiies oorn here
However, complete rec-
ords of all "births are not
only kept by the hospital
but also recorded with the
county registrar of -vital
stat istics IPareris inter-
ested in securing certifi-
cates of the "ba.* birth
may do so by sending a re-r
quest to Gertrude I.Pivon-
ka, registrar for Prower
county, with enclosed.
Parents may rest easy
that all births are'record
ed,1 and that rthis record
can oe obtained from the
state office of vital sta-
tistics at any time^in the
future. >
*_
James G# Lindley, pro
ect director, at a meeting
of about 100 members of the
internees^ families stated
that information concerning
the reunion camp beir,g "built
at Crystal City, Texas, was
meager. The camp is being
built under the Dept of
Justice and not under the
'#RA, and information beyond
that printed in the Jan.14
issue of tile PI0NEIR has
not "been fortneomirig.
He felt' that notntrs
should take minor ildren
with tnexn "but shou .leave
children o2d enough to shift
for themselves as family
ties with grown children
ist in time be broken..
The wives of the in'tor-
nues inmost cases were re-
luctant to leave the child-
ren in order to join their
husbands-. And they were
just as reluctant to teke
the children into a camp
where what little freedom
tiiat is now enjoyed would
"be forfeited for the dura-
tion.
-A moveiaent is afoot to
have all internee family
Members petition the Dept*
of Justice requesting that
he "be allo?;ed to rejoin his
family in the relocatiorj,
ctsntyrs. It seems likea
hopeless gesture, "but more
-power to them.
IChnu Komai


J&nuary 21? 1945.
.PIONEER.
Pa^e 3
SGniHigh Heis
New Co-op Board
iikira SaiLeshima was e-
lected president of the
Armache senior high schoclfs
permanent co-operative board
this week.
Other members.of the new
board ?re G-eorge Watanabe,
vice president; F'dmiye S^-
kaguchi, secretary; Tsukikc
My^.ke? treasurer; and Joe
Su^ewf.re, personnel direc-
tor. *3etty "Seaver and Lynn
Tekagaki are the.co-op ad-
visers.
9
MUSI
(TH NCES
Japanese nationals who
get indefinite leaves from
the Granada reloc^tonr. cen-
ter must file change of ad-
dress notices i?vith the US
attorney, according to
Project Attorney Donald T.
Horn yesterday,
Horn pointed out that
the original evacuation from
the West coest .ond the re-
moval from assexnldy center
to relocation, center do not
constitute ferrr.anert changes
FROM OCTi
Net Sales
Cost, of Goo'ls Sold:'
Purchases
Merchandise Inventory.,
Sept, 30,1942.
Less: Merchandise 111-
ventory, Dec.,31,
1$42 -
Gross Margin
Expensea:
General;
Mil /UN
TO DtC. 31. 1942 '
!)DiEii
of addresa under the ruling
made by lie en Enemy Con-
trol unit of the DepsrtiLent
of Justice, and cnange of
address notices need not
"be filed "by alien Japanese.
,fAdministrative Instruc-
tion 22 r.cw provides' fcr a
change of address net ire
only to US attorneys, 'but
it will most likely, "be
mended to provide fcr simi-
lar notices to the Imii^ra-
tion and Naturalization serv-
ice and the Federal Bureau
of In ves t igation,M Horn
stated.
^ bBO67.17
# 98350.91
5424.82 ,
v>103755,75
.50956.07 52798.86
15268.31
SKETCHES
Dorothy Agnes ^cDou^all
showed a precocious inter-
est in music from childhood
which surprised nc cne.
Coming from a musically
gifted f f=ir*ily, she has
four sisters who were or
have since become profes-
sional singers or dancers
her present capacity
Salaries 4772.49 as stenographer-clerk in
Office Supplies ar.d . Henry F.HallidayVs office,
Postn^e 366 ^75 she still finds time to
Kent 1172.86 devote spare moment s to
Eqiiipme-nt Rental 57.00 perfoming before audiences
Travelling Expense 197.91 ir. the center and in nearby
Telephone htA T16l G~ con^'.unities*
graph 11.78 ' She first took voice
Truck Expense and' lessons at Denvferfs Lament
Upkeep , 93.37 .. school of music and fcl-
Licenses and . Fees 78.56 , lowed hpr study with ar-
Beprerintion 649.29 p earn rices in d i f f erent
Bank Activity
Charges
Operati ng:
Wrapping and Store
Supplies
Warehouse Expense
Miscellaneous Ex-
pensos '
N^t Operating Gain
Miscellaneous Charges
and Credits to Income
Other Income:
Iv.iscellaneoua Income
Check Cashing Fees
Purchases Discounts
Cash Over
rvascellgneous Charges:
Educational Expense
Interest Expense
155.65 $ 7555.62
647.99
17.79
145.80
811.58
$
1087,76
431.84
416.25
69.08
10,86
7.64
Total Nfit Gain, for Period.. Oct.1 to
Dec. 31,1942
sections of Colorado that
... wen her recognition in thP
'Rocky mountain region.
She is especially well-
known ir. Ft. Collins, where
. she hes r-iven concerts and
reciteis-
Before transferring to
8367*20 the- -WRA., she' was employed
in Denver and Ft. Collina,
$ .6901.11 ^ working fcr the US depart-
* ir.ent of agriculture. She
spent her suitjupt nations
from thp, department study-
ing at the Musical college
in Chicago.
. This admirer of Kate
Smitrv lias not confined her
2004.93 singing only to public*
} B906.04 appearances Radio station
_ KLZ of the N^C network in
Denver featured her on
17.90 Sunday morning "broadcasts,
. and on- Friday evening pro-
grams she has nung over
4? 88RB,14 station Suyec Sake


_____ HONEIR __..____ January 21,1943
DIKECTORY NEAKLY READY,
ANNOUNCES TANiWAKi
la^e' 4______ _______
URGE LEAVE
CLEARANCES
v/h xl e several hundred
residents have already com-
rleted application for ienve
clearance? there are evi-
dent] y hundreds more who
are eliki^Ie for outside
eirploymetlt or relocation^
stated Leave Officer Lillis
P HanBcn todr.y*
All persons whc bave
not Hpplie^for leave clear-
ance ere urged to do so at
in oilier th^t job op-
parturdties incy nctlifilost
wkile awaiting action on
I^te ^pplicetiorxs.
Gabardine to
Go on Sale .
Approxiinately 300 yar4s
of woolen ^a'oerdir.e of all
colors will s on sale at
the clothing store, the
roirr.unity enterprises said.
Trimmings f such as "but-
tons, lirdngs, and stiffen-
ings will also be sold.
-Y-
ItaKing leyettes as part
of tneir social work, the
Twenteens will meet tomor-
row at the home of their
advipser, krs. Coeiarnn, 6F-
9C, at 7 p.m.
Y-*
Members of the Santa Fe
Trailers are asked to con-
tact Hana Uno at the Y of-
i ice injiediately.
E. Runcorn will speak
to members of the R.Ufs and
their guests Sunday at the
Y office at 2 p*m* His
topic will be on coopera-
tives* Rickey -Suzuki and
Tokiko Tanaka ivill be ixi
charge.
-*Y
Cherry Ynshitcmi was e-
lected president of t'tie
Plorettes at a meeting held
recently_
Other officers are Jean
Suyeote. vice president;
S^axni Horibe, secretary;
Tessie Shiina,,treasurer;
Tazi SasakijHistorian; and
Toshiko Miyakawr. *and Hana
Eijima3 members et lar^e.
A directory of the Amache
colony will be distributed
without charge to .every
apartment next week as t
mipplement of tixe JPICNEERj
according to Oski Tardwaki
mho is now working on the
directories. .
devoted to resident ^ddres-
ses in addition to a list
of the school teachers and
SMAUPOX -
Immunization
Program Starts
Children 6 months and
up? and adults '^no have
never had smal.lpa:: injec-
tions ?.re asked tj report
to the center hospital Sat-
urday ret^eon 9 and 11:30
a.rn. for immunizat.ion3 Ger-
ald A. Duffy, chief medicsl
offirers said yesterday*
These ho have had atall-
pox injections five years
or more trio?" to this d^-te
nre also asked to report*
Environment
To Be Mooted
*vironmeiat uf youth
n need for irnproveinerxttn
willce the topic oi dis-
cussIol at the Town liall
forum tomorrow :.\t tne 7H
recreatior hall,7 p.m*
The principal speakers
will n;ie Lyni: Takfg?iki ana
Ikr3 J Kanasawa.
INVENTION, PATENT
CLASS TO START
A class in the tudy of
inventions and the creation
of articles for rat eat pur-
poses is now "being orgar.-
izedf the udult education
section stated this w^ek#
111 .those inter ested
are urged to register at
thfi BH laundry.
ENC3AGEMENT
H6VEAIED SUNDAY
Mr, and Mrs* Hatsusn'buro
Ya^i? 7010B, announced the
betrothal of their dHUfch-
ter, Ettiko ? to George
-tsuiXiOto ox* Salt Lake City,
at on en£agement party Sur^
day e:/eninL.
Tiie iDaisnatainin for the
couple were Div and Ivirs. T*
Terazni nr.d Dr# and krs*
Higaki.
administrative stsff# Tele-
phone numbers of the vrri*
ous departments ere also
listed*
An analysis of the di-
rectory de ty Taniwaki
reveals tht t iere are 100
Y^motosf 75 Tanakns and
65 uras in the center.
Rare names listed are
Azek^s Befu, Chxima, Gujows
Ite, Joe, Jonokuchx, Nag oh.,
Oboij Ily2ak:i s Yojo, and
Yckozeki*
The longest name Ireicngs
to Masashi ICamibayashima,
and Harry Yonemurr-,
has the largest
fwni y with 14 menbers.
They occu]y three apart-
ments.
residents with ncr.-Jap-
nese names include Ohoyf
Crane? Dequeiroz5 :llert,
Hr.wthorne ? Kennedy, Lee,
Fig£ittj and Wallace*
There are no Japanese
xiemes beginning with Y,
a, or accordiiie to Tari-
wnki*
Several extra copies of
the directory will "be de-
livered to the "block mana*
gers* offices to accoiriniodate
tiiose wishing them.
RATIONING
TO BE STRICT
In additionto tae pres-
ent rationing of many food
ccrrrucAiiiesj the c enter
evacuees should anticipate
more raticning of CRnned,
dried arid frozen fruits and
veget^tles next month, it
was stated by Ted TanaKa.
assistant project steward.
The announcement is in
line with he new point
system of rationing*
PROFESSOR ENTERS
MAVAt SCHOOL
Dt*_ Charles Stuart Black-
ton, for many years head
of the social science de-
partment of the Adajns State
Teachers colles near Pu-
eMo, resigned liis post to
enroll os a student of the
Japanese language at the
Boulder Naval Intelligence
school.
Dr, Blackton is a UCLA
gradunte and has studied
in the orient#
lianj evacuees from i2na-
che are on the teaching
staff at Boulder,


January 21 y 1 945_i:-.' ._________PIONEER
Page 5
§cni ismii
BÂ¥ WMIW"i
A ^250 scholarship to
Webster college has "been
offered to a.nisei student
from the Granada center hy
George Donovan, president
of the college.
This was the information
released by Paul J. Terry,
CffftiEI)
CllSCf
year (f736.50). In special
cases we would be glad to
correspond with, the iiope
that a satisfactory adjust-
ment iaay be reauhed*ff
ADVENTIST YP
M*EET -TOMORROW
Caucasian Out
As Appelation
The term fTappointed per-
sonnelM is recended in
preference to the word
f,Ceucasiari,f to designate
non-Japanese at thecenters,
according to instructions
received here from /7RA Di-
rector Dillon S-.llyer*
superintendent of schools,
yesterday. '
Students Wishing to ap-
ply for the scholarship are
A young peoples service
of beventh-Day Adventists
will be held tomorrow, 7:30
p.m. at the ?G recreation
On two. occasions the use
of the word Caucasian
has proved embarrassing to
the authority, it was of-
asked by Terry to appear' for an interview at his of- fice in the south adminis- tration "building inine'diate- hall. ficially learned.
> s a t u r _r
In a letter to Project Director Jaines G. Lindley, Event .Time. ....Rec Hall
President Donovan said: f,We are vfery much inter- BUDDHIST Adult service " -- 2:00 p*m. 7C-12G
ested in supporting the i- CATHOLIC
deal-s of American democracy Class' ' 7:00 a*m. --11K
in a practical manner. So it is my pleasure to offer' SLVENTH_LAY ADVENTIST SabbatH school 9:00 9 m* 7G
a scholarship of about 4250 Sermon ' 10:30 a*m* 7G
which will take care of more tlian one-third of the total SEICHO TO IYi Service - 7:00 p.m. 12G
college expenses for the ^ *
\v
FT
POSTON.,.
The Bussei will hold an
oratorical contest- "with
each block represented*
The topics ill include

:::
es:.::.e:
kINI'JOKA.-..
A belt-making class will
"be conducted with'the stu-
dents learning to make
them from square knots with
LITTLE THEATER
IN MEETING -
A regular meeting of the
Airiaohe Little Theater-group
will "be held tomorrow, b; 30
p.m. at 8H-bD. *
Plans for a "ball will
e discussed, and plays ^ill
"be read.
the various phases of Bud-
dhism as pertaining to
everyday life.
With, arrival of a iuo-
type, the Chronicle is ex-
pected to come out in print',
A Gregg Japanese short-
iiand eless."will/be.p^rt.of
the adult education pro-
gram. A stuieiit must have
kiiOTiledge of tlie American
G-regg system,
ROHWER
Wood carving, knot col-
.lections, weaving, furni-
ture, hand-cut semi pre-
cious stones, and Japanese
paintings will "be'displayed
at the centerfs first hsLiidi-
Belfast *cord.
PACIFIC CITIZJN.., s
A -bill-was introduced in
the- California state legis-
lature _to bar persons of,
Japanese descent from citi-
zenship, and to determine
the identity and forfeit
the citizenship- of those
holding a dual citizenship
in -any other country, arid
prohibiting such citizen-
ship.'
HEART J/iOUlOTAIN...
nPost Office Rates Senr
tinel Copys Leading Paper
read *the headlines in the
center* s' publication. The
articl^ 'continues wi-t'h f,This
Bank. Claims .
Not Called. Yet
Claims hel^. "by deposi-
tors of the Yokohama Specie
"bank, ltd and the'Sumi-
tomo 'bank,.ltd., Lave iiot
yet been called by the
California State Backing
department. ...
This was made 'known
yesterday "by Project At'tor*
iiey Donald '1!.. Horn, who
investigated the situation
after .rumors that claims
should be filed had reached
his office.
craft exhibit.
An efficiency nE pen-
iient will be given to the
mess hall with tiae best rec
ord in cleanliness, pre-
paring of food, conduct of
mess Workers, and appear-
ance of grounds*
A leadership training
course was ^iveix to the
^irl Scouts by the region-
al director of Girl Sc*i+s
of Memphis, Term.
is more than an idle bosst
as a card* from E# T. Boss of
Philadelphi-a, Pa proves.
Ros-s, iu-writing for a copy
of tiie paper, explains that*
collecting leading newspa-
pers f every- state is his-
ho-'b'by. His card, addressed
to tiie f Circul-ation Depart-
ment ^ of the Leading News-
paper in the city of Codyf
was sent to Heart tount&in:
lay the Tjg Postal service.tf
Horn said that ixis of-
fice will *be notified en
the claims are to "be filed
aind frms will be made
available for those> who
wisli them.
.He advises claimants to
.notify respective banks of
their present- address so
..they -will receive informa^
.tion on various new steps
promptly from the toaak of-
ficials-


FiRt^lEn TC PLiiy
PEROS in OPEntR
The.. Sebastopol.§ai;rp,
Ramblers ^vill fl^y their
first ^asket"bail game of
the season this evening
Page
---January 21,1943 when they meet the Hcl.ly
AKAIAN-S LOSE
TO PIRATES
The iighlytouted Roysl
Araians found theioselvea
on the short end of a 39-37
score when th^y battled the
Gra.rada Pirates in the main
game at the Granada liigh.
gym on Monday,
The Araians junped into
an early lead and held
a 9-5 advantage in the
first quarter, "but their
play lapsed and "by the end
of the tnird period they
trailed tiie Granada boys
29-24.
The competition ^rew
hotter as the final quarter
progressed but the Firates
never lost their lead nnd
as -the final %-un sounded
the srore "was 39-37 in their
f^vor.
3a"b Karatsu took scoring
honors with 1Z points for
Araians. Xeily Hanson
71^8 high fr t'iie Pirates
with 11.
HdlS (37 39) PIRATES
Karatsu 12 F 10 Rice
!) Xot]Ime 4 F 5 Tyner
3h. Fukuyama 9 C 11 Hansen
Ko^ima 2 G 10 Durham
Kurita 5 a 3 Zordell'
Subs' AraiarsKawa^u-
chi 2, "Kishi 2, Xto, Su.
i?ukuyama 1,Oi.
Firates--Clarkson
LAKE OPEN TO
ICE SKATERS .
Kide&v/ay lake, located
west of the cejnp, is riow
availaljj e to ice skaters,
announces the recr ectior.
department. It in ill take
approximately 20 minutes
to reach this dostinationr
they added.
The lake will aoooFmo-
dato 400 to 500 skaters and
emits to go there will
ho Issued hy H. Ivi* T6101in-
sox. of tne police depart-
mer.t at the south, adniiids-
tratiou Viiidir^.
Skockums Meet
Laners Monday
A haskefball "battle of
the century, which may ^vell
"be a rre-?eascn tip-off as
to the. top of the league,
is in- stove, for the fans
iicnda7 when the kodesto
Skookums and the Kau Kau
Laners tangle in the feature
game of a dcubleheader at
the Granada high school gym
Both squada are lined
with seasoned players and
are capable of providing
the spectators with a
thrill -a*minut e ^ariie.
The Skookums and the
Lajisrs have both chalked up
impressive wins over-the
Graradc. Fimtes.
I.> the first game at 7; 30
p.m., the Lindy Hoops will
face the Delta Mercuries.
Each cf these teaics have
played a practice game;the
Hoops losing tc tne rir&tes
and the-Deltans winnlr.g over
the Rocky Ford-Swink tear..
ROCKETS TOP
MAIAN
The Royil Araian second
te&jn fel before the Living
ston Sockets 31-15 in the
curtain raiser or. Lcr.day at
the Granada gym
The Rockets were unable
to hit the loop in the first
half and led l^y a slim 10-7
margin* They piled up the
score in the second half
while holding their oppo-
nents to a mere six points.
Fred Kisni, i rd, 13 points* -
kaihat% Tsuji made four
each for the Araians-
ROCKETS (SI)(1?) AFAIAMS A
Kuwatari II F 4 Tsuji
F. Kisiii 13 F 4 iVlukaihata
'B# Onki 6 0 SuAihara
K. Ohki G Kumamoto
8. Kishi G- 2 Sugita
Subs i Rockets--Yoshida
Araians APur u y a 2,
^iacklda, Karatsu 3, feeda*
town team at the Granada
high school ' .
The Sebastopol team w,:i^
a runner-up in the strong-
'est basketball league at
the Kerced assembly cen-
ter. The strength of thei-V
opponent is unicncwn
The Amche fire depart-
ment and the Aero^ will
me^t in the jrelizninsry
game'which starts at 7:^0
p.m. 3otn are A tepjns.
Hoke Pushes
Participation
Head Hoach John C- Hoke
of the center high, school
yesterday morning stated
that he had no objections
to students on high school
basketball squads playing
in leagues sponsor 4 ty
tne recreation department-
al heartily approve of
all the beys in the high
school p a r ticipating in
any and ell progesjns which
will lead to their physical
development as the facili-
ti ,s available to the high
school are so limited/1
said Hoke, This includes
any program that irigli"be
sponsored "by the recrea-
tion department *-!t
Squad Members
bell Tickets
Members of the Amache
hi^5h school varsity and B
ca^e teaans are selling tick-
ets to tiheir games with the
Holly dcats Saturday eve-
rang at the Granada gym.
The tickets, which are
priced ut 15 cents for stu-
dents az,d 25 cerxts for a-
dults, are also on s^ile at
tiie iiigix school principal fs
office.
ICE HINK BUILT
An experimental ice skat-
ing rink, 40 by 60 feet,
has been "built at BK by the
young peopJ.e of the "block.
The rink is for private
use only.


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