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Granada pioneer, January 30, 1943

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Granada pioneer, January 30, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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Amache
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United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 31

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Â¥ol.I# Mo* 31
Plans for the admission
of a substantial number of
American citizens of Japa-
nese ancestry to the Army
of the United States hme
'been completed' by the ^ar
department was the state-
ment "released to the press
"by denry S;timson. see:re
tary. of war, according to
word received from 'E., k.
RoIt of "themi in Wasla-
ington. .
This action was taken
following a study .. by. the
v/ar department of the many
earnest requests* by loyal
American citizens of Japa-
nese extraction for the
organisation of a special
combat unit of the Army#
Declared Honorable rienry
L* Stimecm, secretary of
war;
f,lt is tbe ixmerent ri^ht
of e^ery faithful eitizen,
regardless qf angestry, to
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
ijiiache^ Colorado
bear arms in the nationfe
"battle# hen obstacles to
thefree expression of that
right are imposed by emer-
gency considerationa, those
barriers should *be removei
as soon as h'jjn.axily possi-
ble. .
^Loyalty to country is
a voice that must, "b heard,
and I am glad that I an
able to,give active proof
that tills "basic American
"belief is not a casualty
of war,TÂ¥
The War department an-
nounced that the initial
procedure ijx the formation
of tiie unit .authorized ty
tiie secretary wili "be vol_
untary indueticn. '
Facilities for this will
be- nation wide,, including
the Hawaiian islands and
the !IRk centers throuout
the country. No individual
will l)e induoted. if doubt
^ ^ ^
January 30, J.S43
exists as to his loyalty*
Upon induction, the .ni-
sei will be£ih training as
a combat team for service
in an active tLeaer This
coi?ibat team will include
the customary elements of
infantry, artillery, en-
gineer, and .medical per-
sonnels
, The new unit will be
trained separately from the
oattalion of Imericans of
Japanese extr&ctionori-
ginally aHawailan National
G-uard organigatioii'wxucti
is already a component-of
tiie Army. .
fixe ;(/ar departments ac.-
tion, it was nnounced, is
part of a larger program
which will enable all loyal
nisei to make their proper
contribution toward win-
ning the ?mr through em-
ployment in war production
as ^ell£ismilitary service*
ALEN D AR __
TODAY
6j50 p.m,Movies, 6G mess
hall. ,
7:20 p*m#--Movies, ?K mess
ho.ll.
7:30 p#mMstefball ^mes,
Ainache high girls vs.
Granada high giyls;
.mache Indians vs* Gra-
nada Bobcats, Granada
high gym*
8 p*iEu?reside3rt,s ball,
Terry hall*
TOMORROW
6j50 pxnI\!k)Â¥ies, Father
fakes a Wife,H 8G meas
hall.
7:20 p*mMovies, 8P mess
hall.
MONDAY
6:50 p*m*Movies, 7E mesa
hall.
OFFICIALS- LAUD ACTION
OF WAR DEPARTMENT
In regard totae War de-
parti:ient latest plan to
recruit the nisei Into the
US Army, WRA Director Dillon
Sm Myer said: _
f,I find deep satisfac-
tion in the announcement
made by Henry L* Stimson,
secretary of war* .Thi s
annopneement m^tk-es ^Jai> 28,
1945, tlie 'moat 'significant
date of ttie last ten months
TAX EXPtRJS
DUE HERE
Collectors of the In-
ternal revenue from La Jun-
ta will advise on the.fil-
for persons of. -Japenese
ancestry m the United

' Hi'facilities of the
War Eolocation Authority,
"both at the relocation
centers and in Washington,
will immediately "be placed
at disposal of the War
deparli^eiit to the
format ion -t ti e Qoxnbat
team announced bylv^r. Stim-
soru
CoBjmunted Donald E. Har*-
iDisoii, assist an project
director: .
HThis is our opportunity
tQ overcome some of the
nasty publicity that the
local newspapers hairc bean
7520 Movies, 6f mess
toll* .
7:30 p*m-Conasunity sing,
Terry hall#
7i3Q pm.~AA b&sketball
gmesjiavingston Hockets
ys*Sevastopol Ramblerb;
Skookmns va. Hoyal Arja-
iana-
ing. of 1942 Income t&x re*-
turns in the south.- adiuinis"
tration buildinb? rr.:s 3
and 5r on tonday sad Tues-
day;- from 9 a.m# to 4sS0
announc-ed Chiyo ko
Sakamoto c£ the l^al_ staff.
Interpreters will aid
those needing advice.
giving us# ,
lfWe hope that those eli-
gible for ehlistment will
justify our confidence in
thei:by flocking to thg re-
cruiting offices and offer-
ing their services when the
opportunity to enlist is
given pfl


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-GRANADA
__________ PIONEER
p I O N' E E R _
| Published Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays by
the WEA and distributed free to each apartment. Ed-
itorial office: PIONEER "building, Amache, Colorado,
i Telephone: 63
I Uski Taniwaki, director Bo"b Hirano, editor
We Also Give
Hundreds of people are stricken with infantile, pa"
.ralysis each year.
This dread disease strikes suddenly and spares no
one; the young and old, the rich and poor "become its
victims.
This week, in order to combat this disease, a March
of Dimes cgxripaign is in progress throughout the nation*
Here too in this center, we are giyen the opportun-
ity to contribute towards this worthy'cause. The rec-
reation department has started the ball rolling "by
sponsoring a Presidents ball; the proceeds of which
will be turned over to the March of Dimes comtrdtte^.
We are not being asked for dollars "but just one thin
dime* The foregoing of two ice cream cones or two can-
dy bars should not l^e difficult if we, stop to realize
that our dime may help a cripple to valk again.
Opportunity
.Secretary of 'A'kp Henry I. Stimsonfs st^t presses of the nation is carried on the fro;.t page^
It will "be nbig timeTf news for the thousands of nisei
in relocation centers; in the cities; and for thousands
more on the H^wniian islands.
There will follow discussions, forums, and debates
within many center barracks and elsewhere.
After all the facts nave been heard, the decision
will be up to tne nisei.
The future of tne Japanese in America will'rest in
.the hends of the nise
The nisei have "been asking for a jlaoe in the war
effort.
They have wanted to for America#
They wanted aqhai.ce to demonstrate their desire
to live the Arr.erican w^y.
The opportunity has come- -
America has "beer, the only heme that the greater major-
ity of the nisei have known. After the war, America
will still be their home.
The 7^r departmeat is giving the nisei a chance to
defend that home and all it stands for*
Heed move "be said?
Skookum ba^et'ball team
ject to the editorial that
appeared in the last issue.
v/e feel that the article
was written in an unfair
manner. You talk about
fair playf but why were
!you prejudice in writing
the*article when you heard
only one side of the ques-
tion?
An editor or any person
working for the newspaper
should "be neutral in tiieir
feelings toward any team
TO THE EDI TOR
or group of people.
(/e demand an apology and
a retracrtion'cf the article*
In the first place, this
matter was personal and
none of.your business.
why 2101 wetit unti you
are positive before writing
such an article?
THE' SKOOKm-S.
(Apologies to the Skookum
team members. Consi dev
.the article retracted. We
realize now that it was
none of our business'. Here-
after, we shall remain
strictly neutral.jpi}
________January 20,13 43
ill!
.1111
A few assemblymen ex-
..pressed opinion that a
feeling that this center
must make itself self-sus-
taining is growing preva-
lent- v/ith rationing and
.food shortage on the out-
side dinned into us "by radio
and newspaper, an uneasi-
ness that our food will be
pared to a sustenance level
is developing.
Many of the evacuees
nave felt that since the
government stripped us of
our belongings and put us
here, it is up to the gov-
errjaent to feed-us," said
Henry Shimizu, "but they
must get rid of this feel-
ing* "
With spring just around
the corner, work on the
farms will soon start in
earnest. If this center
is to become self-sustain-
ing, action must *be taken
iirjnediately to plan accord-
ingly. But this plan can-
not "be formulated without
the knowledge o' available
farm workersf
At the Gila Relocation
center, the farm project
has over 700 workers and
of this number more than
400 re women. It is true
that their agricultural
conditions are slightly more
favorable, but that does
not excuse the attitude
of many of the- -evacuees
here, -
. *
Election of councilmen
under the newly adopted
charter will take place
Friday, Feb, 5. This is
less than a week hence.
Candidates should "be
selected in eacix "block "by
a special existing commit-
tee to run for councilman.
Sufficient tirre has.elapsed
since induction into the
center for residents to
more fully judge the cap-
abilities of le candidates*
Care, however, shoud "be
taken in the choice because
the representative wi1"be
a reflection on the people
of the block.
Persons who have felt
that they could not divide
time "between the council
and their job can now be
draft-ed for the position as
regular meetings are tc be
held tut once a weelc*--KK.


January 30,1945
PIONEER
i .4 0

kind;
By to hor faults a lit-
tie d:uid;
Lat all her v/ays ua-
Gnfin!c3 5
aM olap your id look
on her mind
^An English Padlock0
^TxiUSPZCTION
3. u, g/s personal lit-
tle white orchlu to Ta::i
for ner l.,st-ainut0 orea-
tioii. of imjish Lil xligi.
She confesses it ;,ras her
first ana 0111,7 attempt at
anything like that (Tazi,
not Wigi). It was iiiss
Sasaki, incidentally, '..hose
ort idea it ,;as to add
those last two words to
taxie1s description in the
wi.nins oaition* The card l
SEE??
Of tj0 aj ^roxiiaate 700
farm orkers ui the (Mia
reloocitioxi oentpr, an es-
timated 400 are ..immiru
/eell5 fellows.?
CSE1I
If Y a e ko Yamate and
Viola 3Mbuza.,a bumped in-
to posts, ignored life-ltmg
frienus, and ate soup with
tiioir forks last v;oIi ^ho
can blame them? At the
recent Block 1:;Z shindig,
Captain ^lartin--tall,dIs-
tinguished-loo/. ing, and
every foot the suava Spanisi.
oi£.lanat--danced with, Y* Y.;
while V* ?/as as^ed to do
a once-over-l ightly with
JJernard Gufler assistant
chief of the special iv i-
sion of the U3 otate de-
partment 11
IS HTGOOD?
Th general reaction of
the clerks In the go-op
stores to their snappy new
uniforms: They* re okay.
At , %jhen people v/alK
into the stores now, they* 11
be able to tell the differ-
ence bet -een clerk and pus-
toiler.n
YOU KIW ^
Lxce.r ot from an overheard
conversation between a iTalQ
a no female, in tnut order
"Host woiuen are interest-
ed in baias? area* t they?*'
ivIqs9 and all men ure
interested in babes* 1**
Art Classes SALE BEGINS
Schedule Told ON MONDAY
TiiQ recreation 6eg.rt-
mentf s art studio ut tJi
7Z rsareationhall released-
its schedules for classes
reoeatl^.
Still life Glasses will
be held between 9 a*m. and
v p.ra* on Madaysf Werfaos
days a ad ?r id
Portrait o la sses are
scheduled for V/ednesdays and
Fr id ays from 1;30 to 4 p, an ;
and fr an 6:30 to 9 pru
u Fridays orxly
Manager Tsur uda, and
Instructors Ueyama and 1.10~
miyama ur^s those inter-
ested to attand these clas-
ses. Outdoor s k 0 tahing
viil be done when the vjeath-
er improves ? they au id ,
A re ,uest was node by
the department for volunteer
models.
The., community enter-
aprises will sponsor a gi
.gantic get-ac^uainted ^ale
beginning Ho no ay and con-
tinuing unt il Feb* 13, Bio
K:.sliiwagi, community enter
prises buyer, announced
tod%
Every department will
offer their stock at greatly
reduoad prices, he said.
The sale mil be in
co-oper -tion d tli the oom-
ing membership drive.
BOY. SCOUTS PLAN
COURT Of HCfslOR
In preparation for the
Court .of Honor to b held
next month, the center
ocouts are applying for
promotion tbrou^i the Board
of Review, accord ing to
G-eorge Toshiro, district
AGfUOJLTU
M[N VISIT
i>* Sanderson, Sensaburo
Ishimoto, and G-eorge Take-
iato from the agricultural
section of the Qilc center
are inspecting the oenter
fcrms here this week* r2he
scout comnlssioner.
The Board of Eeviaws Ed
Toi aramoto, 3ob Inou.ye, and
G-eorge Tashiro#
U,HTS OUT RULE
TO 8E OBSERVED
Limits must be turned
out at 11 p#m., the police
d9]jb. rtment said yesterday.
trio will transfer 30 heads
of Holstein and Jersey dairy
cattle to the G-iia project.
co-operation of the
ruaidents is skec] in. ob-
serving this ruling.
B0HWS3,,.
During the course of a
veet<, rour different movies
are sho\m iu four d ifferent
localities of the center.
V'
S2' :.:n*-
over, an editorial read,
"Parents of small children,
especially should be wary
at all times of their off-
springs1 activities. All
2he first resiuent to too often do we sea tiny
lose his life in the line
of duty v£s ^ si zty-year-
old ian who was billed
when a falling tree pinned
him to the ground.
Center Scouts will par-
ticipate in a oelebration
of the 33rd anniversary of
thQ Boy Scouts of America
ith the icGehee and ivaont i-
cello troops,
In n]u.Qping Posted 5n a
sports column, FKO states
^.Gr^nada, v;hxGh h-s with-
tots toddling across tlie
road, apparently defying
the ja^/s of deatii, in ig-
norant bliss of the dan-
gerous possibiliti9S,H Al-
though it hasn?t happened
hero, its 3 lesson which
Siioulu strike Iome to ail
mothers with small children*
^Should V/e Harry in
?csfon??, ^/asa tooic for an
OTjen.forum disousaloa#
:?i(UFIG
Herbert B. Ma gover-
out doubt the most fabulous nor of Utah, answered tlie
basketball program .iith a
nearby high school gymna-
sium for their convenience,
is the hottest relocation
cage center*
POSTON,,.
ter a seven-year-old
child vas accidentally run
charges of the Senate mi-
litary affairs committee
that evacuees ver being
pampered vdth ,f^iese Jap-
anese are pioneering a proj-
ect, Theyre not living
the life of Biley, they
are not being pamprd,H


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PIONEER
January 30,1943
IPE/lKEi ifKBMEl
iECiE/lf 1N f/%lUffS
Speaking on the impor-
tance of recreation in the
lives of everyone, Morris
H. Soglow, physical educa-
tion adviser, addressed a
large gathering at the
fourth Leadersnip Training
session at Terry hall Wed-
nesday.
Soglow pointed out that
the people were getting a-
way from active participa-
tion in recreational acti-
vities and that there was
too much, pageantry and
"ballyhoo. There are more
audience than participants,
he said. The people should
take a more active part in
activities, he,stated.
Following his talk, he
introduced many new games
that might "be. played "by
large groups* He also dem-
onstrated tricks and stunts.
H* K. Walthers, junior
high 5911001 principal, led
the group in songs and
gave many ppinters on song
leading.
COAL MOVEMENT
STEPPED UP .
Following the recommen-
dation made by Joseph H.
Riley of the Department of
C ommer ce in Washington,
DC, t here has been a
stepped-up movement of coal
into the center, said Mark
iU Radcliffe, transporta-
tion and supply cnief.
V/orkers have completed
the unloading of all ma-
terial from the freight
.cars for the staff quarters,
it was said.
5br satisfactorily pass-
ing his test in identifying
various types of unexploded
bombs before coining tc this
center, Harlow Tomlinson,
chief internal security of-
ficer, received his certif-
icate of membership in the
Bomb Reconnaissance Agent
unit at Topeka, Kan., re-
cently.
The document was sent
by the US Citizens Defense
corps of the State of Kan-
sas and signed "by the gov-
ernor. .
INC^UHOES ON
MACHINERY Sh NT
Inquiries have been sent
out concerning machinery
for dosing the sewage dis-
posal lakes with cl110ride
of lime, according, to Sani-
tai'y Engineer Lewis Dakan*
It is hoped that tile
machinery will be in service
"before the warm weather l3e-
gins.
FAKEWEtl PARTY ,
HONORS COUPLE
. Students in the costume
design and English classes
of kr. and krs. Tadahito
bhizuoka honored the couple
with a farewell party in
the 6E. recreation hall last
week. The couple left for
Boulder. -
Shizuoka will instruct
at the Intelligence school.
EVACUEES
INTERVIEWED
C. V. M 3 d du x of the
Great 7/estern Sugar company
accompanied "by several farm
owners from northern Colo,
rado are consulting and
interview ing interested
evacuee families in secur-
ing share-crop leases for
farms- in that area for the
coining year.
The group met with "the
council for a general dis-
cussion., on tenancy oppor-
tunities for evacuee farm
operators.
TOWN HALL fnfUJM
f LAN; UNlJh'R
The third in the series
of Town hall forums will
be held Friday Feb. 5 at 7
p.m. at the Town hall*
, A homemaking teachei1,
an architect, and an in-
terior, decorator are being
contacted for the forum.
Lou n:ii Meet
A regular meeting of
the coordinating counc il
will be held Tuesday at 2
p.m. in jbhe. off ice of the
Y"CA, 6G recreation hall*
All member organizations
ax**e asked to be represented.
The member groups in-
clude Yv/CA, Buddhist young
people, Boy Scouts, Jomens
federation, C iiris tia n
church, Buddhist church,
recreation department, ed
ucation department, Social
welfare departmentPI0NE12R
and college council.
C0s 0ff9 ffiWe iF
THE CONSUMER A PFROACH
The economic problem
has c,eased to "be a problem
of production but is now
one of mass di'strilDution
to match that of mass pro-
.duction. The age of scar-
city is past and must "be
recognized.
A com'bination of natural
resources, hard work, and
money are needed to dis-
tribute the goods. During
the age of scarcity, the
investor was the only ap-
proach ho provided the
goods. He gained tne prof-
its since he took all the
risks. Goods, v^iiich were
produced in abundance, were
withheld from the consumer
until production and dis-
tribution yielded a sub-
stantial profit to the
investor.
The labor approach has
gradually come up against
investor approach, v/orkers
contend that money is mere-
ly stored up labor, so when
they apply this labor to
God-given natural resources,
they feel they should oe
"benefited.
The intensity of this
conflict has grown so that
the unorganized consumer
is caught in "between the
worker and investor, and
therefore he is the one
wo must suffer.
Co-operative consumers
seek to dissolve the in-
creasing quarrel "by supply-
ing their own capital and
labor to produce and dis-
tribute goods for themselves
via market prices and pat-
ronage savings, This con-
sumer approach is known as
the middle way.
To turn too far to the
investor or worker method
is to place*the consumer
under the domination of
either organized labor or
capital. Consumers w ant
democracy not domination;
hence, consumer co-opera-
tion.
. E. H. Runcorn


January 30,1943_______
CHURCH PAGE T]
APPEAR WEEKLY
( This page of the PIO-
NEER shall henceforth be
! devoted to news and no-
ticeB concerning various
cliiirch activities within
J the center. It ill ap-.
j pear in each Saturday
issue. .
Church groups wishing

1 so by bringing theii ar-*
i tides to the PIONEZR
i oft ice "by noon on the
i i/ednesday before the d^y
! of publication;. other-
wise, the items cannot
*be used.
SE1CHQ" NO-1Y

TALK GIVEN -
BY KARAFS'IJ'
:,r^3 Trutii of Llfa was
t)" 4 of a sertn^ ven
b; I'r. jqwko a>. tiiS
Sur f.'renii_g ^ev, ico of
tut ceicho-no-Iye suiy-M^L
The meating hela in the
120 reore-jitiori hall.
___-l BUDDHIST-.
Coming Visit..'
Is' Discussed
A discussion on the
copying visit, to this cen-
ter of Rev*. Goldwater, a
0rqbianUdhist minister
of T.os Ar^9lt3, .v^.b'held
dbr irp the 7^ \ c-eMr.et meot-
izv* 1-t night, rres: aent
I-IONSER ____
PROTESTANT.^
Fsg6 5
SEVENTH-DAY
TEACHER IN
^ narrative'by John
''iV. Coch-'**.^!, will feature the
e,veniiie. verfOT hour vCmor-
row of the ccllGge-^e group
Terryh.'l-l.
Dr. karate
be chairnian,
ruusic will be
Suiai fewainuT0,
kidaj and Mika
Qkuda will
and speciax
provided ty
Henry Susu-.
Kuzuh^ra*
S[jdent uroup
To rlold forum
,,Edacat.:n--Wild?
will lie tae topi-c ^ at
the lii^h-sciGl ^roup meet-
ing tc^crr^ t 8H-I3E.
Joe Kr\i'ijay ksr/ Nodcv
ii^roghl Itu, Si11/ Lu^'.n^u.s .
ar.u* Ti.^bort Iv.. We ll. !ers/
junior .h s^hoc 1;rr:;ci-*
,1 the sc* a eduleu
".j. 'd-'- i-., i:.cl Lary To^e^iura,^
rA-^i :-k. ri, ' ' ^ ...
Filr.8. de Lir.^; chiefly
witu thp ivurlu-'7-idt' worK
oi tne /*n.erican 3'oci-.
ety . be. sh'v:n tiy lx.
^ repr^^o.a-a;-iv*e of
that ox^grinizbt iox, rt the
'evfeiun^ c^rvicc of ^c-b. .7.
He will accciupanied here
"by the Hefee ana Gar-
ADVENTIST-
MUSIC IS
FEARmED "
.A special solo ty Yaeko
Shimada, rriera>er oi" the ele-
r.ent^y s chool faculty,
highlighted the i.-ednesday
erenipg. fellowship hour..
Ccxnmunity singing, sacred
recordings, ar/d a brief
sermon "by Pnsto'r George
Eiya"bu concluded the meet-
ing.
NISEI NEtT. FOR
8IB.LE STUDY
?Tisei are 1 reminded of
the ree:ul:*r mid-week serv-
ice YelA at the 7H> .recrea-
tion hall- every V/'edneGday

r
.
"Ihc P'..er'f vvill
be ie !;:' r tlie i*101'Mn.g
T-orwltir-' sei'Tic^ -Eercon by
.\ew iv,a .Rxrati 'tomerrewi r
hev -1ter 3* Suzuki -will.
,
oc: c]h: rnlev w
*
f>A^fuRS TO MELT
i'N\ CENVtK
Retiedist pc stors of the
GrenadM 'Srot est.ant eixure
in 11 on Tc> 6 gc>to Denver
to.. ?itter/A a four-day con-
fer* ei^ 00 at 'ti.c- ixiv \n
of zl e J^.-bUSeO I- ehviast
Ti;e public is norliaxly
to attend tivia
joint r>r:;t ;ig ypjxip.'ppo-
plr ^fi ;c^ietTeiry ha].l.
a rk^ad.T,--f 3
tec, Ll a5t ass 3pe-
o.iel spe^^vs \h'V p^rtici-
f,r^te in aiscusGians*
Ts^.-euJ^v ,UaiRt presided.
C .!EH :
H ::U0. '
'
.
h fi rc., r1;vSi;'k. '/.rC^v .. S U N .D'^*Y.
T.:e value. of a good :. , Tixr.e Hec Hal]
char/-ter was stressed i1 i.* *
yt nr on by Rev. Yonen f-Ui'.r f i uyer meeting 6:1& a.m. 10H
at tV,e ycv.ng people's rueet- Suj. .:. U 01. 8:45 a*iru .'BH
ir.g t zhe^Y^ recreation )4- 0 -je -rtce 10:00 rn 7H-10H
hell Sun\B.y, Kasuo tLiyono - r, ?r ice ,10:15 .3H
as OO.L i f f Qup peeting 7:C0 rru 8H
A th-^nk-you letter from ill. ^roup ir.eeting 7:00 p.m. 8H-11E
Cpl Akigi Yoshiriura, now .
at C^it.p 3^Â¥are, wq.s read .3urd^7school . 9:00 a.xru _ 7Q-120
to the group b/ Mi ,suo SS te r.uers, meet Ir_g' 10:30 ^ in* TO 12G
K^erilro 70shimura is a Yom.9 peopi e s meet ing 2:00 p.m- 70
former ZBA president.


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210 EB
WAK TKAiNING PKOGKAM
PGSSI8iLiTIESSEEN
The State Department; of Vocational Education in co-
operation the iimaohe high school is making an
effort to bring training oo.urses' tot out-of-school
youth and adults In oonnectioa tdth the War Production
training program, it was ------------------------------
learned here#
The objectives of the
training program ^ill be
to oreate a reservoir of
potential workers v^ith
preliminary training who may
go into war produotion in-
ciustrlal employment; to
better qualify persons to
serve agriculture as it
becomes increasingly meoh-
anized; and to train farm-
ers in the repair, opera-
tioxif and construction1 of
farm -maohinery and equip-
ment* '
Red Cross
Meet Planned
A public meeting to
form a local chapter of
the American Red Cross
will behold at the 7H rec-
reation hall,Monday at
7 p.m. |
The chapter formed here
will be directly responsi-
ble to tho St* Louis re-
gional office. *
Among the activities of
Courses are expected to
be opQix to all persons who
are out of school and over
17 years of age* Further
information will be released
in a later issue of the
PIOKB.
musicims pifly
FOR HOLLy GROUP
Bight evacuees were
tho chapter* will be a nome
nursing program,home serv-
ice program, and first
aid classes, a junior Red
Gross is also expected to
be organised
EDITOR HIRANO
VISITS BOULDEH
Mitox Bob Hi ratio of
the PIdlEEH and Kay Suga-
hara of tm araployment of-
fice left ;ith administra-
guests of the Holly Baptist
church Sunday, vhQre they
playad Hawaiian musia for
the oongregation*
The Kanaka group led by
Kealoba Koja included Malolo
Shima, Kalihi Furuya, Xa-
lani Sugita^Kainapau Yata-
gai, Opunui Tatara 9 Kokl
Hires9, and Leilani Ainemiya*
Following the services,
the evacuees were treated
to a show by Pastor Gbarles
P. Thomas,
ti*ve officias on a visit
to Boulder this wek.
EMPLOYMENT
OFFERS 5i VEN
Job openings are offered
to esqperiQncQd dry cleaners,
women hand pressers, and
spotters in 8t. Paul, Hina. f
said Iterio Yaochio, junior
placement officer, Those
interested should apply at
the' mplopaent office at
once.
ADVICE GIVEN
V1TAL STATS
BIHTHSs
To I£r# and Mrs, Yoshi-
teda 'Kakatani, 7E-5D, a
boy, ill tha center hospital,
Jatt* 23,
To Hr* and llrs. Xa^uo
Punai,7H-12D, a boy in tho
center hospital, Jaa* 25.
To Mr. and iirs* Isami
Nakano, 6H-8P, a girl, in
the center hospital, Jan#
28*
TRAN3FLBS5 *
Shigeo Ya mashita, to
Gila; Ai^o Yoshida, to Jan-
2anar; Yoriko* Sugimoto, to
Poston*
Satoyo Tahiinoto/ from
Topaz#
Colds far surpass in fre
'quency any other disease
condition* aoaording to a
recent report released by
the ceuter hospital. They
are not treated seriously
enou^i in too many cases',
which results in the vio-
tim*s ready susceptibility
to more serious infections,
k too dry atmosphere,
hich is often the state iu
many of the homes herQfmsy
be the ahief aojatributiixg
factor to 00Id infections
ixi many ins tances* Ihis
aggravating oohdition can
easily be preventad by keep-
ing a container of water
011 the spaoe heater at all
January 30,1343
BENEFIT HOP
TONIGHT
The Prq sidlent^ ball
slated for tonight at Terry
hall starting at 8 p*m,,
will be an informal affair t
the recreation department
revealed today.
Admission prioe is 25
cents per couple, aid bids
may be purchased at the
7E recitation.hall. Couples
only will be admitted*

SjUt\
AKES
M, 0 Anderson,formerly
with the Denver WK. regional
offioe, has been acquainting
himself with fce workings
of the oenter employment
office during the past fev^
weeks before going to his
post at Washington, DO*

Aoomraunity get-together
will be held in Terry hall
Monday at 7 p,m*faccording
to the recreation depart-
ment
There vfi\l be singing
and gaTOS.
#
The booklet,HThe Japa-
nese In Our Midst,nis avail-
able to interested persons
at the education seotioix
office#
#
WANTED: A girl to oaro
for a baby of a nisei cou-
ple* A wife of a soldier
stationed at CJamp Phillips,
Kan. is preferred. No ex-
perian^e nee^ssarj* Write
immediately to Mrs. Hoy
NI sh i Icavm > Great Western
Hatchery, Saliva, Kan.
ON COLDS
times.
The report goes on to
say that direct drafts
should avoided,esgecia
ly during sleeps Wear ing
clothing of proper warmth
to g or respond with the
cliange in weather Is aj;
important factor in the
prevent ion of colds* Tak-
ing cold showers or sponge
baths every morning to
keep the skin in ^ hQaitijy
q o nd it ion Is a 1 s c s
good preventive measure.
Above all,personal
hygiene should ba care-
fully observed to avoid
spreading the ,crd garms
to otoors, tho report stated*


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SQJjABBLES
Though we believe that
th squabbles that occurred
ii: the hoop ccxitest between
the Sepol Ramblers and tlie
Laners Thursday c.uld auve
happened in any game, we
nave 'heard that they were
not ts=ken lightly by those
in charge of tLe gym.
In the games to come,
we nope that; there will
not a reoccurrence of
thgss misunderstandings;"
not only for the sake of
ii-Ting the gyn kept open
for our use, tut so that
we will not lose the good
reputation fiiat we have so
f-At built up. ''
OUTDOOR COURTS ^
SIeven outdoor basket-
"ball-'ccurta have been e-
rc-ctel at various point
within the center, which
consists of 30 lolocka- This
we realise is hardly enough
to fill the quota for the
center with its more than
1000 caac.'ba. players.. Yet,
are. told "by tne recrea-
tion department tuat they
ha^ done : taeir very best
to furnisrt xr*ore counts
]ir hands are tied. li
this is the case, the
era must realise it ?.rd do
their cest to adapt them-
selves to the situation in-
stead. of making a big fuss
over it.
HIGH MELS
Althcugli the center high
school girla1 team lieve
lost games to the Granada
hieii sextet tiie sports-
manahip they have displayed
in tiiese contests have not
only earned tiie respect of
the center fane "but also
the ,foutsidel'sIn to-
night 1 s tussl^ we are con-
filerit that the sme sports-*
manship :will be shown "by-,
these girls, ard we are
looking forward to their
firt victory*
GOOD SrRTS
Jsjjbs f,Soapy,f Myashima
is an all-around athlete
who formerly cavorted for
the Modesto hi£h school;
At present, he is tlla tig
tun r the Skcokum five.
Myashima graduated frar
LiCdesto hxgh last spring
and left mi enviable recora
as d uthlete:He earned
letters iri track, basket-
__________ PIONEER _
AKA IANS TOP
HOLLY FIVE.
The Royal Arainxi cagers
traveled Thursday night to
Holly defeated -the EolXy
town team,44-21,in a walk
aw&y game at the iai^h
school gym
Leadir^ by £2-8 in the
first ea-
ters fiaaiiy tlaeir
pace to win without trouble.
Toe; Ito 00k higli point
honoris "by scorlxi 12' digits
to lead the Araiams while
forward Clark paced hiss
be^mstes by dimping'ICh
Pirates Dump
Skookum hve
The top contender for
the AA league crown, th
Modesto Skookums, fell "be-
fore the Granada Pirates#
5545, in an exciting game
at the rxranadn high school
gym ./edriesday nigat*
After trailing the Pi-
rates at the half tirae,
24-lbf tiie Skookums w 1th
guard Kiyoshi Yarnate lead-
ing the attack, came back
in tiie third quarter to go
out in front "by ashore of
37-55.
Tney relinquished thi§
le#fi in the final stansa#
however, when the Pirate*
tiie bucket 2¢
points/and they could only
manage to swish the net for
8 digits.
.Yai^ate took high point
honors by sinking 14 points
for the Skookums while Har-
old Rice made 1? for the
victors.
.Outplayed "by* the Granada
Firat^ Reserves, the Buk.es,
an A league team, lost in
the preliminary contest,
2b-1Z. *
M Oliki and Tom Heretani
scored 4 each for tne los-
ers, wkile Guard Zordell
tallied B for the winners.
ball, and fcofball.Hg was
recognized the most valu-
able member of tiie kodesto
eleven in his senior yeax-
As a tracksters ho did
everything>ut hurdling was
his forte* He competed in
the Y Olympics et San Fran-
cisco ,and holds a'record
there. *
- Evacuation cut' short his
college athletic career. M
Lodesto JC,hewas timed in
15.7 for the high hurdles
-------^-Jaxuary 30,124
SUNDAY 'H(DP
GAMES SET
Tomorrow willlie another
busy day for the A cage
league casal^ artists as
six games are scheduled on
three center courts.
On the 80* court, the
Amache Zephyrs will meet
the Aerofs in the first
gajrie at 1:?0 while in
the second encounter? the
Snioky Stovers will face
the lien Kau Lane Afs*
fne 3.0H Buccaneers rhA
Delta Esquires will tangle
at the 8K court. In the
foliowixife .tilt, the Giants
will meet tte 12S Haiablers#
'It 6F? the fiepol Afs will
play the Argonauts in the
first game and the secor4
willbetween the Dukes
ana the Aroian Afs
A/\ TEAMS
MEET MONDAY
'Two AA league games are
slated for Monday night at
the Granada high school
The first contest at
7j30 p.m. will bring to-
gether the Sepol Ramblers
and |he Livingston Rockets.
The |3epol "boys will be out
to cnalk up ,their first
lea^lie win, while the Rock-
ets will endeavor to keep
their victory slate clean
after their initial win over
the lindy Hoops.
The Skookums and the
Royal Araians will make
their first league appear-
ance arxd will tangle in the
second game-
Although both the Aral-
and and the Skookums have
good records in practice
games, the Skockums are
favored to top their oppo-
nents*
TRUCK TO CARRY
PLAYERS ONLY
The one truck available
to the recreation depart-
ment on brskefball game
nights will be used to
transport players only, the
recreation department an-
nounced yesterday-
Adults purchasing stu-
dent tickets for the gmues
will also he closely
watched, the department
said. To avoid embarass**
merit, spectators are asked
to "be fair about purchasing
tickets.


0 r
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LANERS DUMP
KAMBLERS
The Sepol Homblers went
down to defeat, 41-57, at
the hands of the Kau Kau
Lane quintet in the second
AA league game Thursday
night at the Granada high
em*
After leading theLaners
throughout the first half
of the closely contested
lDattle3 the Sepol lads fold-
ed in the second half to
give their opponents a
well-earned victory.
Going into the taird
quarter with the score 25-24
against them, Mas Okuda
tanked one to put theLaners
ahead for tne first time.
ivon then on the Kau Kam
boys steadily increase!
their lead and were 9 points
in front as the last quar-
ter "began. Wher- the final
gun sounded the Laners had
increased this lead to 16,
Yuk Yawata scored 14
poirits for the Kcu Kau La-
ners arid Tosh Shimizu scored
14 for tne Banblers**
KAU KAU 5? 41 SEBASTOPOL
Jiodu Hoshizu
Yosiiiwara 10.F.14 Slxiriiizu
ke? Latsuda.
Intramural
Games Set
Although facilities are
limited, the junior high
school girlsr intramural
program is expected to get
under way soon#
Health tests are "being
given to the jiinior high
schoo girls according to
Freda Manoney, pnysicul
education instructor.
ROCKETS TOP
LINDY HCOPS
The Livin^stcn flockets
opened their 1943 cagt
league 1)y scoring a
victory over the Lindy
Hoops,44-30, in the initial
game Thursday night at the
Granada high school gym.
Scoring the first 2
points, the Rockets never
relinquished their lend and
were in front,15-13, at
the half#
In the second stansa,
the victors took advantage
of every opportunity and
gradually increased theiza
lead. At the f inxl whistle?
they held a comfortable
winning margin of 14 points.
Fred Kishi, Rocket for-
ward, took scoring honors
by swishing the net for 12
points wiiile Richard Mimura
tanked 11 for the Hoops*
ROGKKTS 44 30 LI13Y HOOFS
Knwatani 11,F.6 B*Y^magiwa
Kishi 12P.."11 Mmura
B. Ohki 11* .C..J Okabe
K* Ohki 9., 0-.... Saito
S* Kisiii ]_*0 "4 Tamaz^Jiai
Su"bs: Rocket sKimura,
M&kita, Matsura.
Lindy Hoops*J. Saito ^53
Suga_ra,RYamagiwa,&Iso-
ro, (! Okabe Yamasaki 4*
Eleven "baskefbedl courts
have been erected "by the
recreation department and
are available for the re-
sidents use. They are
located at the fire depart-
ment, 6F, 6ri, 8B', 8-i(2),
8L,IGF, 123, 12G, and 12K
Basketballs for playing
purposes may "be obtained
from J^ck xiomahashi, 9E;
ath-letlo department sub-
station, SK; Yoshio Sano?
10H; KoId tawatani, 8F; fire
der^artmer-t; and the recre-
ation halls at 11G, 11K?
12E, 12S, 12G? and 12H.
GIRLS PLAY
PkEUMINAKY
The imache Indians var-
sity cagers will travel to
Granada tonight for an en-
counter with the Granada
ixigli school Bobcats
Mnus the services of
ace center lias Okuda, the
center lads are not expect-
ed to be as strong as they
were when tiiey defeated th#
Bobcats in two previous
meet ings However ? they
will still te favored to
topple the Granada quin-
tet.
The starting line -up
will *be; John Niizawa^
Lefty Kitagawa, Harry Ka-
jiok'Sj Tosh Okamura, end
has Uyesugi.
In the curtain raiser at
7:30 p.m. the high school
girls will tangle v/itii the
Jranada sextet. In two
previous contests the local
girls have lost "by "but a
feiv points and tonightTs
tussle should be a toss-up*
PING PONG
SIGN-UPS
Sign-ups for a sectional,
talkie tennis tournament
for all of the 11 and IE
blocks1 contestants will
tegin todays according to
Mitch Hashiguchi, tourna-
merit director*
Participants are asked
to sign up at the 7E -re-
creation lialls.
The tournament which
will "begin Saturday j Fe"b.
7, will "be supervised "by
John 0kiauki3 Sam Uyeuura,
Setsuo 0c*awa? and Mitch.
Hashiguchi.
SCOUTS TO FORfU
HfiOP LERGHES
Three baskefball leagues
will be formed "by the Boy
Scouts in tlie near future,
according to George Tashi-*
ro5 district Scout commis-
sioner. There will be 1,
B, axd Cf divisions*
As many as 24 teams are
expected to compete in the
leagues ancl will be super-
vised by Jim Iflyano, leader
of the special activities
c0imittee
Okuda il Furuye
A* ^etanalDe 6.G, ,4 Kirnura
Yawata 14...*^.#2 Lasuoka
Subs; Kau Kau-Kagas'ugi>
Hara 2P Wad a, Arimoto 2,
Matsuoka. .
SepolArii S$ 0110 5 Tsu-
ruta ?s rfatarxaoe, Kobu-
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