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Granada pioneer, January 23, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 23, 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 28

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University of Florida
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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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January 23,1943
Job opportunities are
being opened up for civil
service workers, according
to a wire received frora
Washington, stated Place-
ment Offi c er Welter J.
Knodel yesterday.
All evacuees who have or
have had civil serivea sta
tus or are on civil ssrvicG
registers are asked to ap-
ply for leave clearances
iimnedlately and file three
copies of form 57 which is
Mess hall employees
bearing numbers 6? 7, 3,
and 9? who did not report
to e center hospital for
plr sical examinations doir-
ix.£ -chs last ru^ular check-
uvr are requested to do so
or. Tuesday at 9 a*m an-
nounces Dr0 A* Duffy,
cl i^r medical director.
-Lose bearing minfb e r s
10jI3 and 1H are asked
to report on Thursday morn-
ing-
SPAIN ENVOY.
HFkE TODAY
an application for Federal
employment. Forms ero a-
vailable in the office of
Mario Vocchio, junior place-
ment officer'
Police Raid.
6H Gamblers
1 ^mMing house in Block
6G wes raided Thursday night
by the police depax*tment?
accordiiir to xi- T Temiin-
son. enter of police*
Ten men v/ere g Sibling
at xne time of tne raid? and
action 'will"oe taK*m for
their prosecution, said
Tornli risen*. Tables were
destroyed, and tie cidps
and playing cards r^ere con-
fiscated . .
tX have n list of all
gembiin^ houses in the cen-
ter declared Tomlinson,
Hand they will be closely
watched. .
N DAI.
TODAY
6s30 p.m,--Movies, bH mess
hall*
7s20 p-m.Ivi)Â¥ies, ?H mess
hall.
7tZ0 pm.^^Concert "by Doro-
thy Mru^all, T erry
hs.ll *
7:30 p.ia* ~Msket'ball ^mes,
Indians vs. Holly, (2
gamos) j Grenada high
gym.
T.CMOHHOW
b;50 Movies, f, Boys
fror, Syracuse,f, 7F mess
hall*
7 p-m- -Talent show,10H
mess hall*
7 5 20 p.iu.-*-'fcvies, 7G mess
hall*
MONDAY
6s50 p.m---Movies, 6E mess
hall.-
7120 p#mlevies, 8E mess
hall.
/:30 games,
* Hoops vs* Amaciie
Zephyrs and Kau ICau Lane
vs. Skookums, Granada
high school gym#
KE
OVER PIONEER
If your next copy of
I the Grenada PI0NEEH is
j held together, by a satin
I ribbon bowdonft be a-
1armed. Tuesday1s edi-
tion will be an exclu*
sively-by-4iie-girls edi-
tion.
The feminine members
of the staff will write
the editorials, n es?s
fit s, features, and
maybe, just maybepro-
duce a Lil Neebo charac-
ter in skirts*
i Watch for it!
ABE AND ONO
RATE HIGH
Yoshio A"be and Maaami
Ono were the two highest
VMnf, the eighteen center
evacuees who took examina-
tions for the listening
post in Portland, according
to word received from Llary
Jt Mueller of the Federal
Connunica'Gicn cotrimiasion,
said Placiir.*iat Officer
er J. ilnoc^l-
The two cetndidates will
compete with these qualify-
ing frou ctner centers for
the five positions open in
the Federal Broadcast In-
tcllig^ncu service.
ALIEN BILL
INTRODUCED
An alien not eligible
to "bocope a citizen of the
Unitod Stat&s will "be for-
bidden to own land in dole-
rado, if tiK biTUiiitrouced
in the* Senate >.rednesday by
Senator Charles E* Collins
of Kit Gerson is passed "by
the Colorado legislature.
The primary purpose of
the measure, Collins said,
was to keep Japanese from
being land owners, although
it was admitted it miht
result in depriving other
aliens of the right to own
real estate. Violators are
subject to stiff penalties.
Martia9 a rep-
rcb*--;.tativG of the Spanish
aj^ssadGr and vioe con-
sujate froa 3^*n Fr^acIscot
is on an official visit to
tJjti oenter toaay. He will
listen to %\c aanplaints
arid jrobleras cf tha Japanese
110tionals Ho is x&orcsen-
ting tue Japanese govorn-
rant,
^his morniafe m spok^ to
the Mock mnagers at tho
x\ra hall,waere the re-
quests of the nistional^ w^ra
prosoatotj in ¥/; itiog# liar-
tin plans to mwt with a
committee of iiit.Qi noc fam-
ily membozs this afternoon.
Bernard (juflcr,assistant
Gliicf of t^iG spcoial divi-
sion cf tho IIS State depart-
.nent, accOinpaaiod Martin*
DUFFY CALLS
MESS CREWS


Pag 2.
G R ' A N A D A
PIONEER
O N E E
Published (Tu^sdays, .Thursdays, and Saturdays fey i
the V/RA and. distributed froe to each apartment* Ed-
itorial office; PIOKESB building, Amaohe, Colorado*
Telephone 63.
Oski Taivvakri, director Bob Hirar.o, editor
.January 23,1943
,Withii the past fev; weeks
I have read that, boys v/ho
are subject to the US Army
wore reclassified as 4C*
As ihidQrstand it, the
classification of 4C Is
fox enemy aliens.
V/culd ycxi ccmider United
Spates citizens as aliens?
TLore must be a reason for
this reclassification*
X wonder if your office
oan investigate this mattQr
so that WQ-can understand
why citizens aro "aliens?"
At ^he same time, suggest
that you find out whether
the;j_ will still be citizons
aftar the v;ar.
BYO kUTO, 12H-8P
U* story concerning tiie
40 ciass-j ficatiOu for ni-
sei a^nears on x_ago 4 of
tnis issue,
W TIIE EDITOR:
Atj I have heard mix-1 ra-
mors to the effect that t3w
employees of the coanouvity
enterprises receive i Ls-
counts on ^heir purchases,
I would liko this matter
cleared if possible-'
This practice, if con-
tinued ,isn^t fair to the
people of fh-3 camp yfho mai:e
the same lov/ v;ago.
XJKS 12.^91
VOTE COUNT
COMPLETED
ComglQiQ ruturns showed
tliat the charter for the
conter goveni;eat was 2-
doptod by a: overvii^lming
majority of 1977 votes, ac-
oord iug to W. Ray Johnson,
oniQf of cormuurdty serviaos.
Posted
Final tabulations re-
vealed 2440 votas for the
ohiir^er and 463 against it*
B1 Doles will uloct now
A reward 1,c-ored for
any 1.to
the arjpr ehor^ioa 61 t}3
partj who punctured hole3
in the 6P laundry room mil
Thursday night., aooording
to Larlow Tomlinson,
chief of police.
hV/g rQ sure that it
was l]' sa.-.Q ^arf;/ who was
resfionsible f 0 r similar
acts of vandalism in other
clocks. We have in mind

coita^n susx^Qcts and you
can be sure they will to
soverely with for
Qes^xo-i.nj government prop-
0_rt-.uriri,' war time, ie-
,ol^rbci Tomlinson* MIt is
a very serious crio,n
Welfare Group
T Keorginize
Zvacuees aro ro .juostod
not to aak for aervicus
froiu tho .reception center
onkoatiayas t,h9 dlepartmQnt
v;lU ha raorgar.izod on tha4"
day, Jchn 0 uooig, 00u-ase-
lor af ^ha public welfare
section, aanounoecl Friday.
roprosei.t'itivos Fobj 15.
-p s r 31 i \/
To I ncorporat.e
Papers of incorporation
for f!ia ci0::.unity enter-
prises v ill be signed noxt
week, according to S. II,
P.uuoorn, assoGiatu coanun-
iy o^torprisos suferir.feiir-
dont. Donald Horn, senior
attorney, *ias pr^'i.rod the
p^p6i:s whioh v^r-re Qr-vr* up
by hio tc;ioorar-y assorably.
rropaiatioris aro also
u^oer my to start the
caar tor r:.3.iV. orsai^. drive
tliroaghou^ l.j C3-tor on
Fuh.1,R^noorn co.icludod.
Tho dr ivo v.jis pus Opened
earlier this year.
BhUNGUrSTS
Americans' of Japanese
ancestry received axi a^xe^l
from an official of .the
Uni tod Hu ^ ions for hGli) In
vurlous parts of the world*
Intoruational strategy ro-
iuirGS a GOasidbrable nuia-
bor of M linguists as
this wei< and will continue
to do so fur the next two
wc-'i^.s. Uo to now the Twon-
tet-ns printed tl^e oaland ars.
-Y-
M Jopratives and Hg-
locatiorffl.vill bo iho topio
of E J. HunGorn' s spaa oh
to R7A rnombera and thoir
friends toiaorrow at 2 p.m.
aJ. tliQ 6(1 rocreaticn liall.
Co-Gitairrnan- for the
spoech will be Toki Tcmaka
aau Ricrii Sucuizi..
-Y-
A group composed of
junior hx^h studonts v/ill
bo welcomed by tho other
airl Roservo clubs today.
Louiso Sano is the temp-
orary ohairman, and Jair.o
Oi and Li0 t aivisers.
-Y-
jlxite baby sacquos are
boin^, made by mmbcrs of
tie Les 3toiIes7Zscl-jntjs,
104uiv;as and
part of thyir service pro-
ject.
The material was dorjattid
by tlje V'rinun, s auxiliary
of t>o St*JraTs Oatiigdral
ajid Asaor.3ic.i a^urclj of
J)onvi,r The finished gar-
will be usjq l?y tha
GOiitur hospital*
Y
Toshiro Sakamoto, who
loft for Poston, wTas honor*
ud by t.iio \7eo Teens recent-
ly at tho homu of Adviser
Fuuii Hat tori,
Mercury Drops
10 22 Below
four-day cold s. oil
\va clim^Xb J wh^r; ir_ r-
cur,op.ud to L2 de0os
below sero, aouroi:iH to
the official ol>s orvarion
of .76.Rotor t (ial-
lv;a of L^- iar Tueb^.ay-
Sunda/* s low 's 1.:
blow; Llonua'/^B was 13*
SOUGHT
r ad i 0 .aoni ^ 0 r s, s 0 r 101 *.vr.it -
sz s jnd Vu'oacioast-ors.
Int.rostod qv^oUjQS who
aru net oa fiio at' the or,i-
offiGO aro ro-.uoJt-
d to call imiriodiatoly,
aacordihg to HG3istrer
Lowi.s V/, Fansl^n.


January 23,1943__________FI.0NE3R------------------Fp-ge 3
[?[K0i]E£f M 1)1 QW CUEiNCEi
Repatriation
Negotiated
The United States and
Japanese governments are
still negotiating over,the
nar.es of nationals to be
repatriated. The tentative
list fox* the next sailing
of the liner Gripsholm has
"been submitted to Japan,
but is apparently not wholly
acceptable to that govern-
ment.
In n further atteir.pt to
work out the affair an ad-
ditional 3700 names request-
ed "by the Japanese govern-
ment are to "be canvassed
for interest in repatria-
tion.
From approximately 400
replies so far received,
only seven'hrive indicated a
willingness to accept com-
plete repatriation.
It has been made clear
that repa-triation proceed-
ings are initiated "by the
Japanese government and
must be accepted "by the
parties thus concerned be-
fore final steps can "be
t&ken "by the US government.
Language Key
Given by WR
A key to the pronuncia-
tion of Japanese and the
24 most common-ly used words
at relocation centers were
received by Amache WRa per-
sonnel from Washington.
as there are no inflec-
tions tu designate plurals
in Japanese, the context of
the sentence indicates num-
ber, Therefore, "s, endings
should \e avoided when using
Japanese words; to say
uiseis and isseis is
neither good Japanese or
English.
The vowels in Japanese
are pronounced as follows:
naft as in Mfatherf1; 11eT, as
in ynet i as in "see";
TTo" as in ,,_bonef,; "u" as in
moon ai as in "pie
nei:, as in say
iimong the most commonly
used Japanese words are:
Bor odori, Bussei, dai-
kon, geta, goh or go,issei,
judo, kiVei, lei, mi so,
rnochi, moyashi, nappa, ni-
sei ,sansei, shibai, shogi.
Shoyu,. soroMn sumo,
tati, tofu,udon, zori-
NEW mM
STARTS SOON
The Amache high school?s
second semester opens on
/eb. 24.
Persons who are not en-
rolled at present, but who
%ish to attend school, are
asked "by Principal S-. Clay
Coy to appear at his of-
fice, 8n-5?, before /eb.
10.
HARTMAN HEARS.
THREE STUDENTS
A trio of Amache junior
high students appeared at
a Hartman high school as-
sembly program recently.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, master
of ceremonies; Namiko Ota,
pianist; and Shizue Osu^o
violinist, were accompanied
"by Paul J. Terry, superin-
tendent of education.
CENTER HAS
FIRE AGAIN
Flames, escaping from
the cracked terra cota
cnixnney and igniting the
rafters between the roof
and the ceiiin*g, caused the
fire in the apartment of
Suzuki, 7H-3E,Thurs-
day, according to the fire
department. The extent of
the damage was slight.
"The volunteer fice bri-
gade did a splendid job'in
helping to subdue the fire,ft
said Vern Campbell, fire
protection officer. We
hope for their continued
cooperation. M
TEACHER SPEAKS
TO FELLOWSHIP
"Seeing God in Nature"
was the topic of a talk
given by G-. V. Griffiths,
Amache senior high school
science department head,
before the high school
Christian Fellowship league
Sunday. Kiyoshi Yamamoto
was the chairman of tlie
meeting held at 8H-11E.
The following newly e-
lected officers of the
league, -w er. e., introduced;
Tom Haratani, .president;
^ani Kuzuhar.a, -vice presi-
dent ; Eiko .Y-ayjiainoto, sec-
retary; 'Jimmie korimo o,
treasurer and Kiyoshi Ya-
mamoto and Ken Yamaguchi,
social and program chairmen.
New Field
Of Tices Open
The first section of the
occupational inventory of
evacuees from all centers
has arrived frora Washington,
said Leave Officer Willis
Hanson *tMs week.
Lore than half of the
names of evacuees receiv-
ing leave clearnnce^and re-
questin^ assistance in find-
ing jobs registered in the
inventor*/ represent the
.Granada project*
Besides the 'YRA. field
offices in Denver and Salt
Lake City, others have been
opened at Kansas City3 Chi-
cago, and Cleveland^ each
covering ar* adjoining ter-
ritory. The occupational
i nventory intend ed for
placerrient purposed "by the
,/M will be sent to the
United States Employment
service and other employ-
ment agencies as well as
individuals.
Hanson urges that resi-
dents make applications for
leave clearances iirmeciiate-
iy- "
List of Rec
Halls Posted
A list of all the re-
creation halls available
for group activities has
teen posted at the "block
information off ices,accord-
ing to Henry Suzukida of
the recreation department*
He explained that the
recreation halls are under
th e supervision of the
churches, education divi-
sion, and the recreation
department, and that ar-
rangements for their use
must "be made with the or-
gamization under which the
particular hall is super-
vised.
Application for the use
of a hall must be made three
days in advance.
All undesirable happen-
ings should be reported to
the recreation department,
Suzukida said* He also de-
clared that the responsi-
bility must "be assumed "by
tnr group using the hall to
insure the safety of equip-
ment and supplies, and to
replace damaged and lost
articles.


Page 4 __________PIONEER ;______'January 23 ?1943
MDCCL _fKE _C COMffi.IS
EVACUEES,
ARMY MAY CHANGE NISEI
WKA. HIT DRAFT CLASSIFICATION
Evacuees 5 V/RA adminis-
trators, and WRA policies
were attacked in a recent
edition of the Journal,
G-r^nada1 s weekly newspaper.
Of e^&cuee laborers,the
Joiarnal said:
HWe notice that the lo-
cal WFA has decreed that
soite of our old landmarks
in the form of some vener-
cottonwood trees are
to te removed, As usual3
we note that 12 Japanese
are replacing the ordinary
2*iran crew used to fell a
tree- If anyone believes
thare is a shortage of man-
power he should watch a WRA
consisting of 8 to 10
Japs et into one anotiierfs
way trying to load a truck
with lumber from a car on
the Banta Fe tracks#
nThe air is discordant
with wailings and nearly
every businessman/s mail
is filled with franked let-
ters containing pleas for
more and more typewriters,
To quickly solve this prob-
lem we suggest that fa few
hui^red* of these machines
whijih are serving no pur-
pos^ savp to salve the ego :
of the countless jealous
liYRA officials at Imache
could be readily placed
where needed.!Â¥
Oslci Taniwaki
Because it has been the
practice of the Selective
Service "board to classify
nisei draftees in class 4G
the classificatioE
as that of non-citisen Jp-
anese-^iany nisei are lost
..as to their preseat erA
future legal ..status*
This subject called
. *, i ^
Minors Cannot
Head Families
- Residents who desire to
ch%n^e the heads af faxrdlies
for clothing allotnents art
asked nbt to request this
change unless tlie person
be.coning a head is over
voting age and capable of
performing the duties5 ac-
cording to John- 0* ;Moore^.
ccmriselc?r t)f piblic w^ifare
A written request *by
the .present head must te
presented "before a change
can be made.
KINDERGARTEN
TEACHER SPEAKS
Irene Reiser, instructor
of the kindergarten clasa
at the 9E recreation hall,
spoke "before ihe Lions club
in Laxnar Tuesday after-
noon, Dr. Enoch Pumas, prin-
cipal of the elementary
school* revealed today.
to the attention of Chiyo-
kc Sakai:cto, evacuee attor-
ney? who states that she
haa received r.iany letters
on the unfair classifica-
tion of citizens.
n\Â¥e are informed that a
new reclassification will
be made of. the nisei statu
ir. regard to the selectiv#
service, but in the mean-
time, we suggest that com-
plaints "be taken up with
the local iDosrd in ques-
tioxi, Mss Saicamoto aid*
Oet in touch with the
"board inediately pjad state
your case in full, she
?.dded, "and *be sure to keep
all correspondence for fu-*
ture reference-H
SHORTHAND BOOK
REFUND DATE SET
The deadline date for
the shorthand book refunds
is Friday, Jan, 29, the
a d uIt education section
announced this week. After
th/rb date, no refunds will
te made.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL
PUPILS Sff SHOW
A.puppeshow under the.
direction of Mark Luca was
presented this week a t
Terry hall for the school
children and their parents,
the elementary office said-
C-

9
CO-OPERATIVES EDUCATE
I 6F
CONSTANTLY
wu
Since the consumer co:
operative is built upward
frorz, "by, and for the con-
sumers.themselves, thereis
no need,for excessive ad-
vertising to create a de-
mand .
With the market Already
organized and denanding the
goods, the problem is to
direct the demand into the
most intelligent and econo-
mic channels. For this pur-
pose, every up-to-date co-
operative has an active
education conxiittee.
besides setting aside
10 per cent of net savings
to iDuild adequate reserves,
the co-op sets aside an ad-
ditional 5 per cent for an
educational program- With
this fund the education
coirr.it tee secures books.
pan.ph.lets, leaflets, filma,
and newspapers "by- which
consuners nay learn the
history, principles, and
nethods of ti:ie co-operative
movement.
Consumers moreover need
education concerning US
standards?ABC grade labels,
mid trade practices, as
well as the irradiate and
10ngtexm advantages of the
cooperation.
There is also the need
to keep consuners alert to
;Hesidonts with expe-
rience as cles^ars,/so^a
fouiatain clerks-, and ac-
countants Rre needed im*-
medietely, the coirnunity
enterprises said today
Applicants are to appear
the clothing store.
the dangers of indifference
and the ffLet George do xtn
attitude-
Employees in turn need
special training if they
are to serve the many co-
operative owners and pa-
trons. All these are the
tasks oi educatioaal direc-
torb and comrriitt.ees through,
c onferences, discu ssion
circles, and publicity*
With nothing tut indivi-
dual selfishness to guide
the average'' consumer, it
is not surprising that mil-
lions are perishing In peri-
odic economic.depressions
Howeverin groups suf-
ficiently large, self-fi-
nanced, and educated, con-
miine'rs can shape their own
econonic. futures.
E. H- Runcorn


J&mary £31943
For. neirer was it given
to mortal man
To lie so boldly as
Tre women can.
Chaucer
(V/ife of Bath*s Prologue)
GIVE
Sister, can you spare a
dime? Then why not let it
join the thousands of dimes
marching to the President
at the White House? This
is a war 'that saves livesl
SH ROOKED:
pome**
when God passed out drains
i thought he said-trains
and i missed mine
when God passed out looks
i thought he said books
and i didnft want any _
when God passed out ears
i thought he said "beers
and i asked for two big ones
when God passed out noses
x tiiought iie said roses
anfl i asKed for a red one-
PIONEER
page 5
Library Has BALL HONORS
Periodicals ROOSEVELT
T b e New York Times,
ChrtstiaB bcieRc.e- Jocxiitor,
Readers Digest. LifeNa-
tional Gecgraphic,and other
periodicals are aYaila'ble
at the jiinior high school
library, according
to i^iac iptl Her¥@rt K*
Gaither.
PaB^hietsonrimiiy.gues-
tions and probla^is of cur-
rent interest are al^o to
te found tliere* . *
TKe library is open to
the public*
A Presidents Sail will
"be sponsored l^ythe recrea-
tion- department 'Saturday?
Jan. 30, 'at Terry hall, it
was announced yesterday.
Txie net proceeds will be
forwarded to the headquar-
ters of the March of Dimes
committee.
Bids ill go cm sale
Tuesday at the recrea-
tion office and will "be
priced at 25 cents each*
Only couples will be ad_
Blitted.
FAMILY CAMP Terry Speaks
DESCRIBED Merchants
The Departmt cf Justi.ce
family internment *061^ now
in the process of construc-
tion at Crystal City, Tex#
will consist of two-family
houses of frane construe-
tion with concrete floors
There will "be accoimnoda-
tions for approximately
2,000, but probably only
half of this number will te
from relocation centers.
Stressing the need of
proper educational facili-
ties for all school chil-
dren, Paul J* Terry> super-
intendent of education,
spoke at a dinner of the
Lamar merchants Thursday
in Lamar,
Terry also spoke on the
construction costs of the
Airache schools as compared
to other school 'buildings.
STRESS OUTSh
God passed out china
i thought he said gins
and i asked for two- of them
when Cod passed out legs
i thought he said kegs
and i asked for two fat ones
-the end-
ihis lamentation in
er case is just another of
Trthose thingsf, sent in "by
Masango Shibuya,documenta-
tion staff head at Heart
Mountain- Irrepres eilile
M S..recfd a master1s in
oriental^ history at Stan-
ford and is said to radi-
ate intelligence-plus.
STUFF TO COME
Watch out for the next
edition of the PIONEER
(Tuesday1 s). It will "be
turned out by a strictly
female staff. Us .girls
will hack out all the news,
features, art-work (opti-
mistic is The word), etc.
Especially ,!et .n In the
dogmatic wards of Editor
HiraiiOj the^office will be
IJo Mans Land from now*.
* till we yell for help.
HUH?
From the "book of boners:
A sinister is an old maid.
Stressing the importance
of keeping informed on con-
ditions outside of camp,
Margaret Eohrer, secretary
of the Fellowship of Recon-
ciliation group in Denver,
PRINTER WANTED
BY OHIO PAPEd
A job is available for
a printer who can operate
a linotype and make up a
weekly newspaper. The offer
comes from Yellow Springs,
Ohio, For further informa-
tion contact the employment
office.
oddxessed a roundtaMe
gatfierin^ at 8H-12E Satur-
day.
1fThe^ cost of living is
40 per cent over pre-r
standards,n she said* ,fi
job paying ¢80 n month to-
day is considered poor,H
She also pointed out the
general putlicfs wide-spread
ignorance of the citizen-
ship status of evacuees and
emphasised the need for
continuously .corresponding
with Caucasian friends and
giving them a true picture
of the nisei. ,
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY
Event Time Hec Hall
BUDDHIST
Sui^day school , 9:00' a.m. 7Q^12U-
SS teBChmeeting 10:30 a.m- 70-125
Memorial service 2:00 p.m. 7G
YBA joint meeting - 2;00 p.m. 12G
PROTESTANT '
Sunrise pr.ayer meeting ' 6sl5 a.m# '
Sunday school 8:45 a*m. 8H
Japanese service 10^00 a.m. 7H-10K
Snglisli service 10sl5 a.m. 8H
College-age group, meeting 7j0 p*m. 8H
High sciiool group meeting 7:00 p.m. 8H-11E


Page 6
PI0NE3R
January S3,1943
WORKERS
SEPTEMBER
PAY
TO
HtL
K
M OFFICIAL, JC
ATTEND MEE.
September pay checks for the following persons are
at the office of II. T. Seiler, junior fiscal account-
ant f Boom 10, nortn administration building:
kasaji A*be, Lenji Amaki,
project Director James '
G. Lindley; V/. Ray Johnson,
chief of community services;
Donald T. Horn, senior at-
Seiso Arita, Koichi Asano,
Shoichiro CtxmaajFrank Date,
Hajime Kawaru Fuji-
ta.
Roy Funayama, H aru ji
Genba, Jack Hagihara, James
Haratani, Fred H? shimoto,
Tokutaro Hatanaka, Kenji
Higashi, Harry Honda.
Jitsu iionda, Saye Hosie
Honda, Katsumi H o s hiko,
Umekubo.
Natuse tolly Jada#kino-
ru v/akatake, George Vfjta-
naoeSatoru Yubsta, 6eiiclii
Yamaguchi
Latsue Yaiaano, uscar No^
boru YaLiaoka, iduoru
iwa, ,rank Yamaoica.>eorge
Yamazumi, Yae lokoi*
Gin Yoicoyama, A ndrev^
Yoshiwara, Frances Yu^e,
torney; Willis Hanson, leave
officer; and Joseph. LcClel-
land, infomation special-
ist ,will confer with \/RA.
Director b. S* fcyer at Den-
ver from Jan. 2o to SO.
ileart fountain, Topaz,
and Minidoka administrative
officials will also attend.
^mong the topics to "be
discussed will \>e the relo-
Kikumatsu Ikeda, Gladys
Ishida, Masahiko Ishigaki,
Masso Ishihara, Kiimayuki
Ito-
detsuo Ken Iwata, Carmel
Kamigawachi, Smile Kamiya,
John Kanda, Chiyo Kashi-
wagi Jim Kawamoto, Frank
Kawaoke.
Osaniu Kikunaga, Yosh
jiro Kikunaga,TClliam Kimo-
to, Richard Kinoshita, Ka-
zuo Kiyono, Tom Ko"bo, Han-
zaburo Kochi.
William S. Koda, Yutalca
James T. Yuzawa.
:^hop Repaiis
F. "!*jiprr*ent
Originally estrllished
for the repairs of farm
machines and equipment,
the center "blacksmith suop,
located at the Koen ranch
and under the supervision
of Foreman Perry Shilton,
is also handling the main-
tenance of tne center equip-
cation program, project
employraent, and public re-
ations*
Local administrators
will also visit the Naval
Lan^ua^e school at Moulder
during the week.
v cnstruction
Rated hirst
Aliiiough the Granada cen-
ter was occupied much later
than most of the western
Koga, Prank Konatsubara, ment* relocation centers, compar-
Takeo Lomatsu'bare,Florence Among the items made and ative reports from other
Fonno, Sumuko Helen Kono,
Senkiciii Kurano, Kenji Ma-
tsuda.
Hideo Matsuda, Bunichi
Matsui, Seiso Matsushita,
Yosliio J. Matsuyama, Henry
teyedajllenjl Minabe, Masao
myama, Seichi Myasaka,
Hachio Loriguchi.
Yoshimi fcurai, Jicixi Na^
gamine, Kenneth Na^.amoto,
Kenji Nagatani, Harry Tada
shi Nakabe, Tadashi Naka-
mura.
repaired at the 'blacksmitli
shop are stove siaakers,
steam snovels, h o sp i tal
equipment and truck ac-
cessories.
Much of the material
used for repairs is scrap
collected from the project
grounds "by the shop work-
ers.
Mess hall repairs were
made recently "by tixe weld-
ing crew headed "b,/ G-eorge
Inuliye.
centers point to the fact
that this center exceeds
all others in the progress
of school builtiing construc-
tion.
The ..'ar Production "board
received the following re-
ports upon their request
for information on the cur-
rent status of school con-
struction at the various
projectsi
(Jranada--lOper cent com-
pleted, 30 per cent materx-
Frank NakataniYojiro
W. Nakatani, Eikichi Naka-
watase, Sam Isamu Ogino,
G-eor^e Okawa, Hirotaka Oku-
da, Esther Oku^a.
Oinzo Oiaaye, S higeto
Onouye, Mitsuye 0 shit a,
Richard Sakamoto, Henry
Semeshima, Hisashi Sanui,
Prank Sato.
Shizu Seta, Einkiohi Shi-
buya^Yaeko Shimada, Toshio
Shimizu, Hoy Fujio Sugimoto,
George Sugita, Yutake Suzu-
ki ,Jinkichi Tagawa.
Kanejiro Takal, Shintaro
Takai, Sokiciix Takao, Kane-
matsu Tanaka, G-ilbert Tan-
ji, Kireku Tatami, Shigeo
Tatuoka*
Henry Toshio' tomiha^a,
Kazuki Tomita, Frances Tsu-
chiya, Koki Tsuji, Shizuo
Tsujihara, Takeo Tsulcuda,
Sem S. Tsurumoo, Koshiro
new iNsmjrTOR
ADDcD TO STAff
Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart
has replaced Ruth Anderson
on the junior high school
English teaching ac-
cording to Principal Herbert
K. V/alther. .
Mrs. Stewart has taught
at the Rifle hi:rh school
here in Colorado and also
in San Francisco schools.
INSTRUMENTAL
GROUP PLAMNtO
Anyone who can play an
instrument and is inter-
ested in joining a plav-
instrumental ^roup is egked
to register at the adult
education center on Tues-
day, ; 30 p.m* at SH-3E.
This group is not open to
beginners.
al* delivered.
Central Utah--not start-
ed, roofing material deliv-
ered.
Jerome- not start ed,
material requisitioned.
Minidoka--excavation be-
gun for foundation#
Tule Lake5 per cent
completed, 30 per cent ma-
terial delivered.
Poston--foundations made,
30 per cent material on
hand.
Gila~not started, req-
uisitions made.
fi oh wercon st ruction
started, 85 per cent lumber
on hand.
Manzanarnot started,
m&terisl ordered
All construction will be
done by evacuee labor ex-
cept at G-ranadr? and Heart
Lountain, it was reported.


PIOREER
January 2b9 1945-
_

age 7
SEPOL TRIMS 'PKEP CAGEKS
HOLLY FIVE MEET HOLLY
TJ16 Sebastopol RamlUtr^
playing their first ^aine
of the sQuson showed gre.it
promise and proved th^t
they v;uld be a leading
contender for the crvn,
as they oon^letely out-
classed the Holly tovm
team,84-50, in the feature
game played at the (ir^nad-
high gym Thursday*
ith forward Tosh Shini^u
and guard ^ete iiaaioka tQdin-
ing up to form a deadly
scoring oonbinat'ioh, the
Bamblers piled upa lS-x^oint
lead in the opening mihutos
before giving up a single
point. The and of the first
half found the Sapol boys
out in front', 49-15,
^li'e second stanza saw
the Holly team hitting the
basket but their scoring
did not make ary difference
in the : compl&.xion of tha
game.
Shimizu chalked up 29
points for the v/inners to
take high point honors. He
was folidwed by Qiick Furuye
with 20. Pivotman. Clark
tallied 14 points for the
Holly fiV9. *
SEBaSTOx^OL 84 '50 HOLLY
Y, Ono 6 . F 10 Grov/foot
Shirr)u 29 F 13 Oroizar
Faruye 20 G 14 Clark
Masuctia 9 G 9 Louis
Ximura 2 (i 1 IL.rnit
Subs: Sepol--Otsukd 14,
Sh Lnasu, Xawa ta, Sugawara,
T* Ono, Hirooka, Kubochi*
HollyKara 1* Barrows 2.
CAGE BOARD OF
DIREGTORS NAMED
George Ta&hiro, 301
ila-tsuura, Ping Oda,
Ki ura, -ICoe Yoshids, and
George Kawaoka v/ers. named
by the reoroation deport-
ment to act a.j tha c^-sket-
ball board of dirc-ctors,
(They wiliht'v.- juz isciotion
over ta^m disputes and dif-
fer ericas.
The iA;iacIi Indian var-
sity five will play hosts
to the Holly Wildcats at
the Cjra*vaa iii^h ^ym in
the feature tonight.
The viaitora ^ave a rec-
ord of four .;ina in s,even
st'.- rts 3 v,J4iie the nciius
have yo^. to taste defeat,
T'oaigiitf £ frao.,s should
favor the local boys by a
larm^;ii
Tho st£'-tiig liaa-up for
tlie ndiaiis will bs lefty
Kitagvi^.a Tosh Oti-amura ,
HariK a, Johnny Nij.za-
\va, and Jolly Hamaoa,
Tho Auiache jvm-ior varsi-
ty 'will tangle with the
Holly .J* s in tho ^opener at
7:-30 p.-m.
Both teams Ibvo defeated
the Ltranad^ hi^. B! s, and
thts g-jtme ^]iuld be & toss
up<
ueoige AKi,.Jack Iseris
Floyd Niiza va'f Bill
and Jun Puruno will start
for the loaal junior var-
sity.
Game Tickets
To be on ^a!e'
Tickets for the uorxday
bciSkottall g:me b e tween
.Cau Lane Zeros and
'the idodasto Skookums, spon-
sored by the r8rei*tion de-
partment ,will be limited
to 330 and may be obtained
at the 7E recreatioa hall
from 9 a *m, to 5 p*m# and
from 5;30 to 6:0 ca
iinciay#
Duca trs for games spon-
sor hd by the racra. tion or
e-'ucation aisiy
be at ocr^c^. to leave
a no tJto" t': 5 :u r-GP] nr
pas-,i. Mi..K. i: -i-y,
Pr i 3.i i i. 15
ceuit.j # 20u ts o oeii^s,
and c 11-]rn 1C cents.
These prices '.re subject
to change.
h GAMES SET
FOR WEEKEND
The recreation depart-
ment a 1943 basketball sea-
son officially opens today
at 1:50 sj,r.u vitli two. B
league games scheduled at
the Hock 6F court.
The previous \at.e sched-
ules for today set up by
the- recrc&tion department
was cheated due .to tlie withr
draWGl of three B teams
froir. the league in accord-?
ance with the education de
partraent's Aew ruling.
Tomorrow, the A league
will ^et underway at 1;30
p.i;. and will see 12 teams
in action,
nhe Dukes and the ICau
Kau At will clash at 8G
in- the first game v/hile
the Royal Avaian Afs and
tha Giants wiil aeatin the
second encounter.
At 6H, tne buccaneers
v/ill fLCQ the Argonauts in
the opener, ana the ^eros
and the Se^ol Ra.nblyrs v/ill
battle in the second tilt*
The ^lock 6H cage court
vill be the scene of two
more contests whon the &no; Stovers o p peso the 12E
Ramblers in the first g^met
and the .-eltan .^^q'xii'es and
the ^^macha Zephyrs clash
in the second gar.8,
HOOP GAMES
SCHEDULED
Basketball gnme sched-
ules for the rocreation
dapartiaent-^ s trj-laa gues
were aravmup Dt amanagers1
maoting Jodnycd&y at the
73 recreation hall.
The B Isaguo wll begin
today; tho A, league tomor-
row; and the A A league
Thursday-. The AA and A
leases will play a round-
robin schedule while the
31 s //ill play a straight
sohwdula,.
^v.onq the othar deoi-
cion;; r^aohac were to let
axA high school students
p]ay in le .gues if they
ars no L J. is t-ud on the
scna6 ] int of Coach John
IiKec r. \-'t hi^i school
C tecr.i mavtbt*r s i)lay re-
gaiol3-.s of the list; and
to abidaby tho AAU baSKet-
ball rulings.


r^ge 8
SPO
January Zs 1943
LIST CAGE IC POLICY
OFFICIALS FOLLOWED
DISCRETION IS THE WORD
A complaint was voiced
"by Harold Fdce? superin-
tendent of the Granada high
3chool? against center res-
idents who have fpdled to
conduct themselves in good
taste, ccmpletely forget-
ting the responsibility
resting on their shoulders#
The charges involve a
certain group of "boys who
marred the school buildings,
smoked on the grounds in
flagrant violation of reg-
ulations, aM discarded ca-
pers on the floor*
firing Buch matters may
have little influence on
the guilty, "but one thing
is sure; Either the con-
duct will have to improve,
or we may face having the
privilege of playing and
watching games in the Gran-
^ym taker away.
A MODEL COMBINATION
The *baskefball league
is scheduled t start to-
ftay 22 teeras entered.
Judging by the ability
of the individual placers,
we notice that many of them
^re former coast stars
These experienced players
have "been molded into teams
that are on a par with some
of the top nisei coirAina-
tions cf todRyard yesterday.
^QOD SPORTS
Tosh Bhimizu was one of
the greats of nisei bnsket-
t^-11 circles on the coast.
He showed his old-time
form in ringing up £9 points
for Selstopol in a recent
game against Holly*
Shimizu attended San
Francisco1s Galileo high
where he placed on the same
team with Epx luisetti, *
rated "by most as the great-
est flayer of all time*
The Spt, Francisco Mikados
and Protos claimed him aft-
er graduation. His skill
at the pivot position earn-
ed him a "berth on a north-
ern all-star tepjn%
Participation ii;"basket-
ball 5 basebr.ll, and sumo
made him one of the leading
sports figures at the Merced
assembly center*
Ten members of the Ref-
eree*s club will officiate
all the iimache "baskefbell
leagues1 gemes, tlie rcre-
ation department anixouaced
yesterdayi
The referees are Pete
Masuoka, Yuk Yawata, Ben
Yamagiwa, Paul Yainagiwa,
George Yamazaki, Bnory Na-
mura, Elmer Ioka8 Soapy
Miyashima, Iki litanaga? and
Bill Wa.
Aeros Drop
Kau Kau
In the preliminary game
Thursday at the Granada
high the Kau Kau Lane
Afs fell before the speedy
Aero cagers ~bj a score of
23-18.
Joe Yp.tab'e scored 7 di-
gits to top the winners,
while Elrner Ioka tanked 6
for the losers.
AEROS 23 18 KAU KAU A
Harnamoto 6 F Okamura
Okamoto 4 F 4 Y&masumi
Yatabe 7 C 4 SZoshiwara
S* Iburano 2 0 T, 10ka
Kato 4 G 6 E loka
Bub si Aeros*-Watanabe,
Masaoka, Nakagawa,Subawara,
1-Aturano*
Kau KauTaketa 2, XMo,
A. Yoshiwara 2, Kuge.
StMen talcing part in
recreation department ath-
letic leagues will "become
ineligible to participate
in any high school sport
during the rest of Ms high
school career, according
to the new policy announced
by the physical education
department yesterday#
Tiie new policy is in
line with regulations of
the Colorado interscholastic
which forbid
hi^h school students to
play in any o rganized
leagues other than those
sponsored "by the YKCABoy
Scouts, or churches*
HIGH SCHOOL PE
TO SPlinSOR DflOCE
A "benefit dance to aid
the senior high school
athletic program will "be
sponsored by the Amache
high school physical edu-
cation department Thurs-
day at Terry hall from 8
to 11 p.m.
Tickets are available
at the high school princi**
pal!s office3.BH-5F, The
ndmissiou prices are 15
cents a person., and 25
cents a couple* The dance
is open to the public*
SKOOKUMSi KAU KAU BATTLE
IN FEATURE GAME MONDAY
The long-awaited cp.ge
encounter between the high-
ly touted Kau Kau Laners
and the SkooJf um.s will
take place in the Gra-
nada high school on Monday
night.
Rivals from the Merced
assembly center,"both teams
hnve been laying for this
grille and are out to win.
In their only meeting
the assembly center, the
Knu Kau "boys defeated the
Skookums, 26-23 However,
the Skookums went on to
capturp the Merced champi-
onship "by winning 9 and
losing 1.The Leners placed
third in the league stand-
ing.
Since that time, both
teams have added wre names
to their already impressive
rosters, and Mondayfs game
should tp. a toss-up*
Skookun: rosters James
Iwana^a, J^jnes Shizuru, Hast
Tcgashi, ToahKori,
Murakami, Ho*bie Fujiu, Kay
Tokunaga3 James Mlyashima,
K a rk Hashimoto, Ydjoshi
Yamate.
Kau Kau roster: Yas Ha-
rft. Grove YoshiwarMss
Okuda, Tosh Matsuoka, Yori
Aoki, Yuk Yewata, Joe Jio-
*bu Iki Fu-
runo, Kenzo Arimoto, Bill
Wnda, Michi Nagasugi.
In the preliminary con-
test starting at 7;30 j
the Lindy Hoopers, an AA
team, will face the Amache
Zephyrs ? an up-andr^xxn>uig.
A league quintet




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