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Granada pioneer, January 28, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, January 28, 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 30

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University of Florida
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I^i ilffffilS D?_Si CLINIC TO
N iNC0Mf
Expert advioe on taxa-
tiil matters and assistance
in the filing of 1942 la-
001B8 taz returns will be
giren residents by four a-
gents from the office of
the Golleotor of Internal
BQVQEUaf Monday and Tues-
day in the south admiais-
tratioa building, aimounced
the project attorney1 s of-
fioe.
Single persons gross-
itig $500 or mare aM max-
ried parsons vtio had a com-
bined gross inoome of*11200
or more must file a return*
Inoome indludes rents
frcrn property t tusiness f
wages f and cash cloth lag
allowances ac c ordiag to'
the latest instructions
r^ooived from tho Washing-
ton office* 4
Evaoueos should remcm-
"bor that ovaouatioa- did
not sta^t imtil May in most
instances, and a rotura ia
acoossary for the period
botv^ecxi the moatlis of Jan-
uary and April.
This will thG only
chaaca for assistance from
the buroaus offloo and c-
vaouoos are urged to take
advantage of it, doclarod
the legal offidc.
Intorprotors ill be
prent to aid and adirisc
those who Msh thoir sen?-
ic.ee # t
^^CALENDA
TODAY
SsSO p.m#~Movies f I2K moss
iiall. ..
7^30 p,raMovies,11G m^s
: hall. * >
?s3 p.nuBasKotbalX gamo#
Royal Araians vs# Holly,
at Holly.
8:00 ~High sohoolben-
efit daMQ, ferryhall,
5?aiO>tROW ,
6s50 p*m.--Movlos,1011 xdcbq
hall,
7:30 pm.Ba^cctball games,
Amaolic Boca vs* Hartman
Bees | Amchc Coos vs*
Hartman Coos r*t Hartman
M school* "
_ iif iJKNf
DEADLINE
ANNOUNCED
Effective Fob* 15f ap-
plications for the move-
merit of household goods
from California warehouse
to this ocator will stop,
according to Henry F. Hal-
liday, senior administra-
tive offiacr.
Evaouacs who Iiotc not
filed applications and who
dosirc to do so may apply
at room 8, north adminis-
tratioa hniMingm Dorothy
MoDougall will give tho
proper instruotioas and
forms*
A numbor of applications
still await tiiG Q*yacuccs,
sipioturc* Hal lid ay sa id *
Residents aro asked to oomc
in immediately as the doad-
line date also alies to
thorn#
If additional a]plica-
tions aan be handled after
Fob.15, an aimouncomoBt
will be mado in tho PIOKEEfi,
cooording to Halli<3ay*
MAKE SHIFT
fhe dental olinio irnst
mTG to surlier quarters
was the order left by Dtm
Hicipsnt chiof medical of-
fiocr of tho WA9 on his
recent visit to the oontcr
lastructiona wors to ro-
ducc the present feciilitios
of eight diontol chairs to
throo.
Domld E* Ilarbison, as-
sistant project director,
informed a 00mmittcc of
assomblymen that no action
will bo taken on this mat-
tor until Project Director
Lindloy roturns frcmPowox.
WINNERS NAMED
!N MESS CONTEST
Ifess kalis judg.d out-
standing toy ProjGOt Mroo-
tor James S# Lind ley and
Frojeot Stoward W illiam
Wells during tho period of
Dee* 10 to Jaa.15 mere%
9E and 10S in group It
7K and BK in group II, and
12K and HE ia group III.
Ifcsaliall was the best
in the i*olo canter, es-
ptaially from tiio point of
snnitation# with 8K scoorA
Farm. Implements, Cars
Have Ready
Svaeuc-os having farm g-
qui^icat. or automobiles in
storage and who desire to
dis pose of them caa find a
ready market for them at
fair pricQs, aocording to
a statomont rcoci^ by Proj-
ect Dtoactor Jemos 0 Lind-
ley from Russell T. Robin-
son, chief of ?/Mfs cvaouoc
property offiac, in Smx
femoisocu
111tor os tod arsons rrc
askod to write to the Evac-
uee Property Officef WBA,
Whifocmb Hotel Irniidir^,
San Praaoisoo*
It is particular impmv
taut that ttio 1st tor state
the exact location of tho
oquipmc nt #,the makof modelf
agc# d oondi tion, it was
stated
Market .
The evnauee is also
asked to state a reasoble
sales j^Igc and should in-
dionte v^hother he has a
olear title to the property*
If another person tos 3
or* mor tgage on the
property, his. acme should
be gi¥Gn ond the amount
also stated.
lio (SiargG is mad o for
the scrvices of the Divi-
sion of E^rnouco Property,
The serious man
shortage tnagrioulturo and
a arp Wic
mmfaoture of new '.farm
'maGhinery Hiake it impona-
tive that all usod fa^m
equij^Gnt bo mado availablo
for this ycarfs food pro-
duction, the project direc-
tor vwb advisod# '


2
PIONSSR
Jpjiuary 2B,1943
____GRANADA P .[ O N E E R _
Published Tuesdays9 Thursdays, and Saturdays by
fhe and distributed free to each apartmenta Ed-
itor ial office: PICKEEB building, linache Delorado.
Telephone 63
Oski Taniwaki, director Bob. Hirano, editor
hanks, Girls '
We appreciate the efforts of the girls on the staff
in putting out tiie last edition of the. PICNETE.
For two days the ofi'ice was no man* s land1 ..as the
girls pitched in with religious fervor to "show the guys
what tney could do."
,And they did it; working until the wee hours of the
morning.
So, to Taxie, Tazi, Cherry, Tomoko, Alic; Grace,
Tsugime, and Edith, our thanks and congratulations? We
didnH think you couid do it.
, --The. FIONSER males-
Fair Play
After the recent Kau Kau Lane, Skookums "basketball
game, a Skookumteem memlDer deriianded a girl to give her
reason for supporting a rival team.
As long as she lived 1-n the same "block as the Skoo-
kuir*s, he f\elt that she should root for his side.
She has been "brairded a "traitor,^ and^made the tar-
get of criticism and ridicule- ,
In a sense, the 'Skookuids are, panning this ^irl as an
indirect attack on their so-called ^friendly ^rivals,1'
the Kau Kau Laners, s
If there is a sco;re to be settl.ed, why take ,i;t ..out
on the girl? . .. * ...
Why .not. do it in a strai^nt-forward manaer rather
than in the sneaky fashion they are .pesortin^ to at
present? - . . '
On afootball field or a 'basketball court, partici-
pants are always aware of a sense of fair play, Have
tlxe Skcolrams forgotten that tiiis' mignt apply elsewhere
other than on the field of play?. 1
.The Kau Kau Laners have Skoo.kum rooters in
their block and could easily gtar.t a panni^ng campa.i^a
^l-3; but it seems that they know, the* n'leaninfe, of ,"fail*
play
We are all in fixe same boat so let1 s be neigh'borly:
C^ECK WDSSEf iHClJll)
BE ¥IS) f CSWiii
' Residents who lose gov-
ernment checks should re-
port. the loss in a written
and s igned statement ad-
dressed to H, T. Weller,
agent cashier f in tho'north
aidministr at ion build ing,
room 19, Haury F-r jlalliclay,
senior administrative of-
ficial^ enaounoej yesterday.
Four copies of t-ho state-
mont should he made.
The s taternent sh ou 1 d in-
clude whether the oh eck
v/as not received or' was lost
-r destroy ad after receipt.
If lost -or destroyed after
receipt, the o irc^imst-ances
surrounding 'thq loss or
destruction be given,
s ta t i ng \vh 9 tlier it had
been'lost or destroyed Hy-
the pay ee Hal lid ay said
The agent cashier will-
request a stoppage of pay-
ment. Cm the lost check and
a bond to be exacut ed for
tho issuance of a duplicate
check will be issued to
the payee -by the Treasurer
of the United S^atQs.
If the lost oheck is
f*ound hafor9 the receipt
0f tha duplicate, the agent
cashier should be notified
in writing and the owner
may then Gash the original*
If the-original is found-
after th.Q duplioata has
been cashed, it- should he
retur rxed ho the caBh-ier,
ooriGludo^ Hall id ay..
vice consul
G/W51ffC.
Meotj/jg with an all-issei
grc;p i.v' j vc0 .r^cre^tion
iiali 1 , Oup-.ain liar-
tin, ; . 0 1 3 ^ vc of the
Spar.iv:.). arid vice
c . Gan Fre.n-
cis-.'/r ' nsti onals
:'to Japan
tia- }.{% ambas-
c-:,t/jan xhr ough.
the ':1w-c
;.kc!. 'luual .mes-
nil' y 3v.,mi t ted f ,f
yAj: C-'r-ytaiii 1.1atin,
t '. -'In:: riust bear
the fa; I e .
~.ho -liplomat,
,!Tho Japa^ee %v'. w ucn t
has a, ^CMU^st f.or na-
tionair, .-to i-ocurn-, but
found cut xhat very -few
want to go buckiH
When .ysked of his in-
ve.s^ i^ati on the recent
rioir- *at Lijii-anar 5 Captain
l^r ::-n x'^oiied^ MI went to
Mansa-nar a; the request of
jpar.oy ^cvsrnraent*,f
tT:a o-1'a riot,n the
repi o^an'oc-v/js aslcac?,
t!will you hero to in-
ve3vigat 9 st u at ion
without a frcm the
Jap^nes^ go^or-'i^ent? V/hat
*ibout the .exises of your
Captala Martin. d.eGlnred
tha t he would cn;e, ana
that his e^ohses vjc-uld he
pa id by the Japanese gcv--
ernment after he- has made
his report to them concern-
i-ng the riot6
Other subjects discussed
by the captain were the
current status of Japanese
nationals in re 10 cation
GQ^tors, the Geneva treaty,
and other problems per ti-
nent only to issei vaouoesw
Dr. T. Miyamoto and Ro-
tor Okubo acted as inter-
preters fcr Captain Ifertin#
, *
FORMS PREPARED
Additimal copies aof the
census occupa tional f c^m
V/-26 for employattlo centar
iesid erxts are being pre-
pared for the WRA field of-
fices In Denver, Salt Lake
City, Chicago Oleve land
and Kansas City, statodi
Eegistraif Iawis W, Fanslan.
Employable evacu*ees in-
clude male citizens 17
years old or over, femalo
citizens over and aliens
over 16, aooordiag to Fan-
slaru * :


January 3.945,..........._ PIONEER-------------------------Pagg
ffi iiC QJ5E takes
New hours for the vari-
ous recreation halls were
released this week by Mitch
Hashiguchi, supervisor of
the recreatiQn halls*
The eight recreation
centers ae open from 1 to
5 p.xu. and 6 to 9 p*m. on
Sundays; 3:30to 5 p.m. and
6 to 9 p*m. on Mondays; k
to 5 pm* and 6 to S p.m.
Tuesdays through Fridays;
9 to 12 a*m*,1 to £ p.m.,
and 6 to 2 p.m* on Satur-
days*
In charge of the halls
VISITOR
LIKES AMACHE
That the barracks ot
Amache are much more home-
like than the roughly con-
structed 'barracks a 5oston
III, was expressed "by Pete
Akahoshi, who wrote his
impressions fibout the Gra-
nada center following a
visit here. The article
appeared in a recent issue
of the- Poston Chronicle*
!,The windows ore notice-
ably larger in size, and
the walls are insulated
both on the inside and out-
side with thick celotex
material,f, he wrote. f*The
inside of the barracks are
much, warmer^and.cozier than
what we havetseen accustomed
to_
f,Equipment in the wasn-
rooms are far better than
those in Poston, Akahoshi
cont inued#
HThe food is very good.
Better surroundings within
the dining rooms, whiSh
have concrete floors? add
to the'atmcsphex^e/1
He goes on to sayThere
are no cjurfews, nnd perir.is-
3ion is given to residents
to leave carrpto visit near-#
by tov;ns, Granada boosts
of being one of the few
centers with no internal
troubles."
PUSTER SU7.UKJ
HF.A03' 7K CI.U8
luster Suzuki vms elec-
ted president of the ^lock
7K young people*s group at
a meeting held recently*
Other officers are Har-
ry Kuwalxara and Yoshiko Ito,
vice presidents; and Kazu
Kuwahara, secretary-treas-
urer.
ere Masac Serizawe, 6E;
James Yoshino,10B and 11B;
Aiko Hori^ 1IG-; George Ki*-
noxniya, 11K; Setsuo Ogawa,
12E; Ko&er Yawata,'12G;-
Joian OicizfJci* 12H; and Ma-
sako Kewamura, 12K.
The halls will close on
the eveiir^ hat the mvies
are shown in- that respec-
tive bloclc,Ha3higuchi said:
'Flayers are asked to re-
turn all broken ping pong
paddles to the nearest rec-
reation hall so they earn
"be repaired-
PUPIL> PkPSENT
HiSTORiC E^NTS
Colcrado^ pioneer his-
tory, made colorful with,
anecdotes of Kit Carson,
Tom Mix, Indians^ end the
old Santa Fe trail woven
with the lands adjoining
the center will be present-
ed in a program at Terry
hall tomorrow "by Mi's, Eli2-
a^eth R. Bender1s fifth
g.raders at 3 p^rru
There will "be no admis-
sion charge.
STUDENTS HIKE
TO GRANADA
Harry 'Naice.andlvaye Yama-
saki, junior high school
instructors, led 51 stu-
dents on a hike 'to Granada
last week.
HOMEMAKING
SET ULTIMATE
' Teaching girls and women
to make barrack rooms into
comfortable and attractive
homes is the work of Home-
making Supervisor Lottie
2/ kox ^ and her staff*
,fFrom Shacic to CMc with
Junku is her motto*
Startin£. with the needs
of the people, homemaking
clashes set as goals, the
training of iris frj
1. Better homemaking#
2, Effective, hap p y
lives during the 'present
situation.
3^ Employirtent with
homemyicing objectives, sucli
as for and lunch roora
mana£ere, home nurses, hos-
pital aiden, ^tne& design-
ers, and play aohool mana-
gers-
4* a democratic*v?ay of
life throxigh experiencing
efixcient homemaking in a
IMMSDIATELY* WANT3D: A
girl tc accompany a nisei
couple to Kansas and to
care for e baty. For fur-
ther inforciatlop aps3.y ut
11H-1P. * \
Attractive'- handbooks
are "being prepared "by the
elementary school staff un-
der the direction of Dr.
Enoch Dumas, elem entar.y
school principal, for dis-
tribution to tiie families
of pupils.

A meeting of the Bussei
cabinet will be held from
6:30 p.i,u tomorrow in tlie
horae of Rev. Tokuyu Shira-
kawa, 8G-12D, announces
President Tsukasa Sanato,
#
The new fire station
basketball court, construc-
ted ar/ kept up by tixe lire-
men, is available to the
warehousemen and other
teams at noon if they bring
their cwn balls, announced
f'ire Chief Jerry M. Sullivan.
m
a game emd toy oan li-
brary has been started by
the recreation department
Groups jpoiisoring socials
or partiea may obtain gem^s
ty applying at the 7S rec-
reation off ice,'the depart-
ment said*
GOALS
democracy.
5. A carry-over into
the homes as much as pos-
sible.
A special project under-
taken ty the high school
girls is the creat5.cn of a
model home in an S- type room
~by ingenious and imaginative
treatment of wails.windows,
furniture closet "beds,
-and brick floor.
.Junior high school girls
are engaged in making prac-
tical things for the home,
such as table mats, aprons,
samplers, dresses, orange-
crate dressing tables,
knitting oxe&, and knitted
garments.
In the night classes,
adults ar*e designing clothes
and room ornamentation,
such as lamp shades, waste
baskets, hand-painted cur-
tains, and the like*


Page 4____________________
The Toquiwas wiJl meet
on Sunday at 10H^3A at 1
p.m. ^embers are Risked to
bring suggestions for a new
club name.
-Y*
Rockettes was chosen fcy
the Les Etoiles as their
new naxae. Layettes are be-
ing made as part of their
welfare work.
Y
E* H. Runcorn, associate
coinmunlty enterprises super-
intendent, spoke to the
HWAfs Sunday on co-opera-
tives and relocation. A
discussion period followed.
Y-
An all-Y circle event
is planned for Pet. 20 at
Terry hall. The theme will
be Washington merry-go-
round#
Coittees in charge are
Toquiwas, general arrange-
ments Escalantes, decora-
tions; Les berrelles, re-
freshments; Florettes, "bids;
Twenteens and Delta Yees,
entertainment; Rockettes,
clepji upj and Blue Circle,
finence.
The general chAirmen are
Isako Sugiyama and Harriet-
ta IvJorikawa.
TEACHER. GOES
TO DENVER.
J/Irs* Viola Chalmers,
matiiematics teacher in the
junior kigh school, attend-
ed the funeral of her fa*
ther in Denver last week,
according to Principal Her-
bert K. Walther,
________Tiomm___________
Heads Confer
With Meyer
V/iliis J* Hanson, leave
officer, and liV.R. Bennison,
chief of agriculture and
industry^ left this morn-
ing for Denver to confer
with WIU Director Dillon
& My er-
^enuison will discuss
the seasons farm operations#
SHOE STORE
MOVES TO 8F
All conmunity enterprise
stores will closed Mon-
day morning for the regular
monthly invvrt^y.
The slice station of the
clothing store will be
closed Feb.-1 through 4
while stocks ar^ being re-
moved to the new location
at the 8P recreation build-
ing-
The opening date of the
new division is planned
for Friday, Feb 5. A com-
plete stock of shoes has
arrived and ?dll be placed
on display.
CANTEEN OPENS
COFFEE SHOP
The coffee shop, operated
by communityenterprises,
is now open at the canteen,
according to Kame Matsmaoto,
supervisor. Flans are to
also sell hot dogs ^nd tarn-
burgers*
Coffee is 5 cents a cur,
and doughnuts and coffee
cake are also sold*, Bo"b
Suyeoka and Eddie Hamanaka
serve the customers.
________January 28,194?
CO-OPS
IN cm POPATE
Incorporation papers of
the Amache conununity enter-
prises', inc* were signed
ty the' corporation commit-
tee menbers Monday and were
taken to Denver by Donald
Horn, senior attorney, to
be filed,
Tran slatioxis of the
charter and by-laws will
be available to the people
"before the drive is started,
according to E. H* Runcorn,
associate community enter-
prises superintendent I*t
will also be in English.
GAMBLERS
APPREHENDED
The nine gamblers ar-
rest'ed during the raid on
a gambling house in Block
bG last week were tried at
the Lamar court Tuesday
and pleaded guilty to the
charges made.
Efich man was sentenced
to 30 days in the county
j%il and charged $6.40 for
court fees.
The owner of the apart-
ment where the raid was
made pleaded guilty and was
fined ^162.
The menare now in the
custody of Harlow M. Tom-
linson, internal security
officer.
SOCIAL WORKER
VISITS HUSBAND
Mrs Virginia Hamslan,
social case worker, visit-
ed her husband In Duluth,
Minti. last week.
C-^ ff9 m9 AWE) EFW8J
CONTINUOUS CO-OPERATIVE EXPANSION
educate, and draw in sur
Three secondary princi-
ples of conducting a suc-
cessful consumer co-opera-
tive have "been introduced
and the lest is the prin-
ciple of continuous expan-
sion.
It is against the policy
of co-operatives to ccxnpee
directly in the sme com-
munity with each Oohar- A
federation is foiled in
order to provide "better
service and goods* iinploy-
ees stiu eadsrsin seeking
the ways s to serve
all consumers, create com-
petition.
The co-operatives make
every effort to re^ch out,
rounding consumers an part_
ners and m embers* The
larger the group of co-
operating consumers 3 the
greater the volume cf >iusi-
nesyhence the efficiency
service, ar.d savings a.'e
greater*. Gou?x^:iers^ orf>in-
i 2 e d successfully,, c cm d
level cut or elimuiate the
business rr/cle of booms
end deprermlxms
The cor.6nner is the key
man in ''or. e cu-operati ve
movement. If oo a ir*er&
get tefeether thexe ie n
"better foundation for ex -
pansioix the whoSdftle
"business* This then leads
to the expansion of co-
cperstfcive ownership and
oDeraticn of factories, re-
fineries and canneries ?
Fhicii produce, not on profit
basi^ but to meet *^he spe_
cialnce^o of xhe consumerse
The sutsTitution of a
"balatiuei eccmxniG coiiditioxi
of 53c.m4y i ail con
sumer j ^ s rhe u i citaata pur-
pose cf the -npeivitive
mv a ioiii con signer
QUi- organist ruu expand
for his "vrlrial "benefit or
l?e do^ina*jecl "by tho "bi-oter
oonil^ot beuween gioups or-
gani^erl for purposes
at *he expense of the con-
slider * E- H. Runcorn


January 2b,1943,
ilOMSSli,
.Page 8
SKETCHES
You1 ve hearu of men who
red at their breakfast
tables but Ta^daliito Shi-
zuoka is an extreme cas,
for nhe loves his books
more than his food," ao-
oordiug to his wife..
Th !/ell-raad gentleman
in question was until Tues-
day an Ingush instructor
in the adult education de-
partment here. He left toe
ooritar this week to become
an instructor of the Jap-
anese language at the Boul-
der Na val I nt e lligence
school*
Shi^uote has acquired
more than 3,000 books after
coming to Arnerida asa stu-
dent in 191^, and aurleg
his birief stay in this cen-
ter, magazines, boicV,? and
other re-ding mterial al-
ways cluttered his apart-
ment.
Aa ardent admirer of
Vfelt Whitman,he J^opes some
day to translate the works
of Whitman into Japanese*
As a strong advocatg
of theory that one
should obtain all the edu-
oation possible bq fora
T%BGhing the afie of 30 ^
Shizuoka graduated high
sohool xr Nampa, Ida., aad
then entered Pasadena col-
lage ^ Calif. He later en-
rolled at Princeton uaiver-
sitf and ip, 1935 received
hia M A* dsgire at the
University of Southern Cal-
ifornia.
In every way the ideal
scholar # Shizuoka v;as onca
^judged southern Califor-
nias top speaker in the
J*apgaese language*
He hkxs sine had count-
lass ^ears. of taadiing ex-
perienoes at various schools
and colleges*
Interpolated in his long
teaohix^ career at Japa-
nese language schools in
Los Angelas was a visit to
Japan in 1936, ^hen lie
taught at a women* s col-
AMACHE HIGH SENIORS IN
SPKIN6 COMMENCEMENT
IVenty-eight students will be graduated from the
-ainaohe senior hi^i school in February, according to
the higi school paper It,
No formal commencemant
President%
Ball Slated
With the proceeds of
the affair to be donated
to tbo Marcia of Dimes com-
mittee t the rocrastion de
wrtniQnt is joining th
fi t against infantile
paralysis and sponsoring a
President1s ball at Terry
hall Saturday5 beginning at
8 p.m
Maeao Satow will be the
master of ceremonies. En-
ter tainment will be pre-
sented during intermission,
admission price is 25'
cents per couple, and bids
may be purchased at the 71'
recreaticaa hall.Ocuples
only will be admitted*
585 ENROLtEO
IN SENIOR H(6H
Five hundred and aigity-
five students are uttendiag
the Amacha senior high
seljol5 aco^ajag to the lat-
est enrollment figures re-
leased by S, Olay Coy, high
school principal.
VISITORS TOUR
GKANADA CENTER
Visiting the PI01TEER of-
fice and ottiQr poihts in
th center this vQek were
Mrs* Ienry Gar ill o5 Mrs.
W* A# Denman,Mrs* Boy .Gum,
and Mrs,Walter Mooa,Iaraar;
Mrs# Lillian Eagleston,
Ava,Mo Mrs* H, 3 MclCee-
ver, Granada,
Fifteen carsful of citi-
^ans from iiQar'bjr Lamar and
Granada also toured the
center*
exercises will ba held, but
th graduates will b able
to x>jrticipate in the June
exercises if they wish, the
paper said*
February graduates are
IvIariko^Abe, Emiko Fuji-
salca^ Yonoji Makunaga, Sa-
dako Hayas, Kitty Hirai,
ISarf Hori, Masao Igasaki,
Hiroshi Ito, Ifemoru Kaada*
Henry Kawamura, William
Kavasaki, Florence Konno$
Kei Suaubara^Tomi Ifarakami,
Kimiko Naruse,Woodrow Oda-
ruka, Roy Okuds, Satsuko
Osajiiuaf Qoro Sasaki
Eiroyuki Suyama, Robert
Suzuki, Virgiaia Takemura
Mae Tanaka* Esther Tani,
Leo Tatara, Tsuma Tsuka-
shima, Calvin, Isunawaki,
an6 Kay Yosliimura.
'dentist leaves
FOR. HAWAII
Dr# Kasuo llosaiiB of the
dental clinic will leave
the oeat@r t o go to Hawaii
in the near future, it was
diaoiosed today* '
Dr. Hosaka is wall known.,
among the evacuees from
Santa Anita*
SCHOOL LIST
AVAILABLE
A list of nursing, trade,
art, and beauty si*t)ls
is available at the offio
of Paul J. Terry, superin-
tandeat of sducatiQa, north
administration buildiag
Students interested in
att0nding schools are urged
to cone in and review the
list, A list f Gorrospond-
ence courses from iv^rsi-
ties is also avail^tsle*
C.H;
lege in Osaka, Event Tima Boa Hall
Of all the notables Shi- CATHOLIC
zuoka has contacted, h Mass 7iQ aum* UK
cherishes the memory of swsmi-mr
his meeting "itlj Dr, Inazo Sabbath school 9:00 a*m. 75
Mitobe, professor at the Sermon 10:30 8 ?&
Imperial university in Jap- SEIGHO NO I YE
an, who later worKed for Service ?00 p*m* 12G
th% League of Nations in HJDDHIST
Geaava* Adult service 25 00' p*m. 7012a
--Su^o Sako



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ARMANS PL^ PKEP CAGtfiL
AT HOLLY MEET HARTMAN
The Royal Jiraians, an The Amache hi^h school
AA tean:, is expected to ili send its B and C ca>c
journey to Holly tcni .at "teams tomorrow ri^ at to
to tangle with the Holly HarLaxi f:r tv/o v7itr
town team at the high the Hartean bi^h chool
school gym* quintets.
Holly will te out to pci v*o*3ity in
revenge the 84 to 50 de- their !.*!, .;&. Hart-
feat handed them by the ruar. won sn easy victoi-;;,
TWO CASABA
GAMES TONiTE
Tho iA "basketball league
will get under way tonight
when the Kau Laners
face the Setast pol Rain-
"blers, and the I-dy Hoops
meet the Livingsi...Rockets
nt the Cranada hic.,h gym#
The first game, starting
at 7:^0 p,m | v;ill bring
together the Rockets and
the Xiops. The Livingston
oys have won one and lost
one in their practice con-
tests- Despite.tno provioils
losses the Lir.dys are fa-
vored tc /in because of
tnoir better "balanced out
fi and they will "be out
to redeem themselves for
Sepol Ramblers last week
at Granada. On the otl.er
hand, the Araians will be^
playing to 7in their first
g#jne against an outside
team# The fana should "be
treated to a nipand-*buck
fcattle.
Jr. High Fives
In Two oa:ne5
The Granada high aohool
g.ym be the seen cf
two basketball games Sat-
urday morning when the ju-
nior high school 10th grad-
ers face the senior high
C team, and the 8th and
Sth grade team tangles with
the vill represent the
sciiool ard tangle $ith the
Panther varsity.
1;. t'e initial contest f
4 the center C 111 1't.ce
t.ie iiartoan cubs.
On Saturday niuht, the
local hi0ia school varsity
will meet the Granada tet at the Granada hi^b
gym in the feature game,
while the high school r/lrlc1
tean; ^ill clash witli the
G-ranada high sextet in the
prelirainary.
WEEK-END
h US SET
The second Y/eek of the
the upset pinned on them
by the speedy Zephyrs, an
A league team*
In the second fracas,
the strong Sebastopol Ram-
blers ,7ill tangle with the
Lau Lau Laners. Sepol,
wit.ii an, / impressive "win
over, the Holly town team
five, are favored tc take
tiie Kau Kau five, who were
^w^jrpod b y the L/ibdesto
Skookmas Monday ight#
These games w^.1! mtfb be
open to the pvj' %
Prep Athletes
To Get Awards
The awarding of letters
the Lamar 8th and 9tli
grade capers*
Coach Clarence vY, Kaa-
ler supervises the junior
hi^h school sports activi-
ties.
Tumtling class es are
now being held after school
under the guidance of In-
structor Frank Sndo, in
Xreparation for a public
exhilDition tourney semetime
in the near future*
6E pine pons
TI1LE DECIDED
George Yamazaki claimed
centex* basketball leagues
will be^in 3aturdf'y *iter-
toon ?a:en two B
three ^ garaes postponed
fronr iaat v/eek will be
played on courts*
The 3 league encounters
will ba run off at the bF
court and will find the
Delta Esquire Juniors fa-
cing., the Lindy Hoop:babes
at 1:30 p.m, The seconr}
game will "be between uanta
Rosa and the iru£^e*ts..
At the BG- court, the
Giants and the Royal Arai-
an A's will meet a*L 1:30
p.m. in the first fajrc?
v^hile tlie second clash will
and stripes tc the high
school's three cage squads
aas coen taken into consi-
deration "by a special cora-
mittee, according to the
school*s Athletic depart-
luar.t
The Colorado intersciio-
lastic leaguefs method of
^ivinfi awards will be
closely followed, they said#
According to Head Coach
Joan rcke, plans are to
five ev.ards for interclass
competition si0 but this
is not definite#
FANS CAUTIONED
TO AVOID MISHAPS
tne Block 6B tennis "bring together the Aeros Baskettall fer.s walking
crown b y defeating his and tiie Sepol Haiutiler to the games ^ t Granada
nearest rival, Kaylsono, in At the 8Kcourt, the Kau are cautioned + walk on
3 out of 5 sets, at a tour- Kau "boysand the Dukes will the left side the road
nament held nt the 6S rec- go into uction at ls^0 p.m. facing the traffic to a-
reation ball Sunday, accord- The second ^ame v.fill he a void accidents, the high
ing to Mitca Ilashiguciii^ practice £axr,e betv.-een the school athletic department
tournament supervisor 9H and l^F girlsf teams, said.


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