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Granada pioneer, February 2, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, February 2, 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
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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General Note:
Volume 1, Number 32

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University of Florida
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Vol.Ij No. 32 Amaoh0,_ Colorado _ February 2,1942
SPEED-UP OF ii5_IfiW ff It
LEAVES URGED CillSEWi SCHEDUIEI)
ARMY TEAM TO VISIT CENTER ON
fRIDAY TO $I6N UP NISEI MEN
All citizen YEicuees, male and female, between the
ages of 18 and 38 will be registered for military serv-
ice or emplojrment in war industries, stated Walter
Knodel, selective service registrar for the center*
The hington office
urges the speeding up of
leaves to fill the good
joba being found in the
mldwrot, said Leave Officer
Willis J# Hanson, who re-
turned from the general WRA
conference held in Denver
last week.
In corsnenting upon im-
pressions made by evacuee
workers in Denver, Hanson
illustrated with the story
told by Bob Adell, propri-
etor of the leading garege
in Denver* MI was afraid
to hire them at first, won-
dering about the public re*
action. Weflnd them clean,
courteous, and good mecha-
nics The customeys like
th^u"
SKOOKUMS,
SEPOL WIN ,
In the moat exciting
besketball geme staged toy
center teams at the Grana-
da gym, the Skookums eked
out & 41-38 victory over
the Royal Araians in the
second game of an AA double-
header last night.
The Skookums held e 22-
80 lead at the half tut
relinquished their lead and
trailed 32,29 at the end
of the third period.
Be^cets ty Hotoi Pujiu
and Soapy Miyashime in the
closing minutes gave the
Skookima a three-point ad-
vantuge which they held to
the eni of the geme.
ied ty rJ3b Shimizu who
scored 27 points, the Se-
beatopcZ Berniers beat the
Rocket*% 4?-40, in tile first
gam, '
.The fas't;-impro%*ixig Rock-
ets su^pr lae-i tho Bextb.ler^
m:d be3A a 215 had at
half ime# But Q?onh Shiitiaii
acoT2d 35 pMnte in the
iimJ, quertar to pirt tiie
SepoX fe^an? on top*-
Jolm T-^uruta acored 12
poiats for Sepoland Kernj
Ohkimatie 13 for the losers*
Knodel, recently returned
from a training conference
sponsored "by the War depart-
in Washington, said
that a spdciai recruiting
team will fee sent to each
of the 10 centers.
The Granada teoza which
ie expected to arrive Fri-
day includesi
Captain Fairchild, Sgt.
Fred Odanaka, Staff Sgt.
Robert Bischoff# and Ser-
geant Davis* They will *be
aided "by Walter J# Knodel#
administrative represent-
ative# f
Following the registra-
tion of the male citizens,
the 110men will be regie-
tered* Altliough the WAAC
attitude ts still unknown,
their interest es manifest
at the conference meetings,
said Knodel#
*The showing that we
make is hily important
because wc^ve fixi^ily got-
ten the things vje^e been
asking fr~e quality of
opportunity in helping the
war effort through active
combat duty end war indus-
try participation, de-
clared Knodeli
LEADERS IN
LAST SESSION
The final session of tiie
Leadership Training course,
sponsored by the coordiua-
ting cotmcil, will be-held
xomarro?^ bs30 p*m. at
Terry hall*
Practical sugg estions
and timely tips on leader-
ship will "be given, with
actual illustrations from
voridus group situations.
Qualities of leadership and
how to improve leadership
will also be discussed.
=CAL£NDAK =
TODAY
2500 *G o or dinating
coxmoil meeting, 6S rec^
reation hall#
6150 p.m.-^-Movies, 9E mess
hfiiUL*
7i20 p*m*~Movies,11E mess
hall.
TOMORBW
6 % 30 p*m. Leadership train-
ing course# Terry hall*
6150 Ifovies,12F mesa
hall*
7i2 p.m.Movies,12H mss
hall#
7130 pJapanese sic
hour, 8E mess hall*
VISITORS
AP NEWSMEN
INVESTIGATE
Pour me mbers of the
Associated Eress1 Denver
office today visited the
Granada relocation center
to gather material for a
news story about the ad^
ministration end residents
here*
The newsmen spent the
morning investigating cen^
ter conditions, sounding
out opinions,of residents,
and taking pictures.
The visitors included
Leif Erickson, E. 0. Eisen-
hand, T. M# Metzger, end
T* M Metzger, Jr
Yesterday Peramoimt News
cameramen, under E. K. Ed-
wards, took pictures in
the center#
Also visiting the <5en_
ter are two WM officials
from tbe Washington office*:
They are Oscar Buttedahl,
reports officer, and 7olm
Babree^ social analyst.


l>ire 2
PIK'______________________ iZ,1543
----6 A N A IJ A P j -.O N c f?------------------.
Fu'bliahed. .Tuesdays, Tliursaaye^ and Saturdays by
the V/\A and distributed free ;each apartineut. Ed-
itorial offices \PIdKEER buildir%, -taaohe, GDlcra^c.
Telephone: 63
Oski Taniwaki, director * Bob Hira.uo, editor
Staff: Jack to, Rot or t Asamoto, Tomoi:c Yatnbe,
Alice Taketa, Joseph Ide, Choji Nakano, Sliier IKa,
Hircmiciii Lorimoto, Tsugime Akaki, Jim Yp!aguchi, Suu
Okamura^ George ftamamoto, Iwasaji kurai, Jonn Tsiimta,
Hiroshi ltd, Harry. Toka, Edith Kodai,,e, ¥^Kt6Lo.rit^f.
iYutaka Kubota, Ernest Uno3 Tazi Sasaki, Su^oo S^ko,
\Jiro Sumita-, Fi'qrJc v"osnida, Tazie Kusunoki'.
Lrs9 Clxi^uyo -iin r
* trcught a su^es^cn to
i risser^ly a survey
f l?e taken of the number of
families within the center
! which have sent "boys tato
;the ara;ed forces. Her idea
is to have a service flag
for the center that should
0e put up in the adminis-
tration "building to let
Hecently there appeared
n letter inquiring about
the ruiaored discounts that
were ^iYentothe employees
of the comiramity enter-
prises.
As yet, no explanation,
denial, "or affirmation has
"been ^iven to t,ie public.
It Yill "be of p.reat Intex-
eat to kru of -their pro-
cedure. -
I do not thinktt" should
be the policy of, ^ny cora-
rnuDity set-up to favoi-Wt
a 'few. Me wiao ^r e "workief .
for the ,H-A are also re-
ceiving but a meager salary
aiid should e entitled to
aty ( such, disooujats
raay "be avuilable. *
a clariilcation of this
riintter is desired from the
official soiorces.
., FIXES KISHI
TO THE EDITOR: '
Iri regard to the,.recent
article in the PIOiiSSH con-
cerning discounts given to
employees of the community
TO THE £ Dl TB.
coimiiUnity' enterpriser.
Our main reason icr giv-
ing considerationa for ] er-
sonc.l cldthin^ iaas teer to
equalise trje' extra clothing
puroiiase^ tiaat have 'ceen
vuiial'le, for all VIKA em-
ployees. You will rwtice
th^t 9111y '.H employees ca'
buy GI clothing at noirdnal
costs, which has been un^
fair to: our employees v In
nany 6ases, employees of
Wl-ulhes received GI clothing
free of charge. We feel it
only fair to allow some n
sideration in vidw of these
facts.
v/.e to your atter-
ion., our explarfetion of
j:er3i4*al clothing which
refers only to articles
which will "be worn by the
person applying for cor_sii-
eratioi.. Articles, s uc h.
ks towels, cosmetics, axA
mercriar.dise sold in "our
canteen iiave-^not t)e$n con-
sidered personal nlothing.
Effective iniaediately,
the practice of giving con-
si derut i or. s to coiriaunity
tiie people who come into
tliis center on 'business
or out of curiosity know
hew irany cf our loved cnes
are bearihg arras to defend
his country curs and
theirs.
It is a splpndid idea
that should >e backed ty
t}ie residents.t A service
flag showing the nuniber of
our ir.en in t he army. mBy 'grdn
v,s considera'bl.e godd'^ill,;
for meny outsiders fail to *
realize th^t w!r Kre tlie
same people ~ w@* in this
neirter, our* sons, "bro-
thers, ^ustands, and fa-
thers who are doing their
part ir the war e;ffo.r-t-
il # ]i *
A representative vf tlxe
Great e:ni SugrirCcmp&ny,
.C. Y. Middux, has beeiL in
the center looking for evao
uee f^ilies interested in
share cropping. Pie said
consideralDle 'farm labor,
experienced r.ni irexperi-
enced, willIso be reeded
again tHis year. _
lie bad a good word for
tiie impression left "by tlie
^any -workers tixot werit 'it
from till3 center.
It is a good of let-
er^terprises, the Board of
Management would like to
XreserttlB following facts.
For the past two months,
^11 coirjnunity enterprises
employees have oeex; given
r nominal cor.sideratior on
ciotbir.g necessities fox
heir personal use n no
cases Lave allowances ex-
ceeded more "tbuiiialf of
car profit on ?ay particulsr
item of clothir^. Please
notice thut allowances have
beer: made only for their
owl personal use and not
fi)i their f-xAlypr friends.
V/e have on file a coraplete
record of individual*pur-
chases made by employees
for their personal use, ind
the a"bve f^ots have beer
ir.spectod "by the present
Bp.rd of Directors of the
enterprises employees will
'oe divscoiitinued and will
not "be used unless autlior-
ised by'the permanexit Board
of Directors*
BGATD OF L^lUGm^KT
TO THE. EDITOR:
The jv.de tic c of some
waitresses to rest the lip
of pitcher on a cup
while pouring is an unsan-
itary one.
A little more energy is
needed to lioli the pitcher
away from .the cur, but it
would result the preven-
tion of an untold nuiriber
of germs-,
She alcove practice may
auve teei. the way tiat you
cauht your. cold or what
liave y.oum
: TTC0::SGIGlS
the people on the ou-tr-
side le&xn to know the ev\r~
uees, "but raany woikers last
fall gained very little
xaore than a "backarhe and
some experience.
To prevent the recur-
rence of these unhappy ex-
periences, tne employment
cormittee of the assembly
Is working toward tlic or-
ganisation of a labor board
to investigate working and
living conditions of ,]l?
offers "brought into this
center.
Ar. unfavorable condition
on the outside may "be a
r.e'ans of keeping labor with.-
in the center to make it
self-sufficient, tut work-
ers who do go cut should "be
protected from ecploitctiori.
-Khan Koinsi


J-inuary 2,
I-ICKEEh

iiotert Gvobs violinist^
Tfill appear at Terry he.1.1
on Fob. .16, the eleir.entr school office revealed this
week.
Gross is a f^cu.lt,y ihen^-
"her of Colorado college in
Colorado Springs nnd alvso
instructs at the lairxont
bc:nocl of k_usic in Tenver.
He' is concertiTnter o' tfho
Colorado Springs symphon;,
or^Jiestrn,
r\djrdss,ion. prices at te
two vevforniances are 10
certs for children rn;d_2f
cents .for adults
V! /M. S T A T ..'
:
To Iv.r. and krs. Ichiro
Morizono, 11E-9A, a "boy,
Tetsutnro David ? in t:;e
c Gnt er hospLtal, Jan. 29*
To Mr. and hss. Latvia:-
zu -Yosnihara, llrI&C, p.
bo;r, 1:t-xie center hospi-
tal, Feb.1.
^ZaTH: t
To Eur.ichi Ooiiita, 7G-
8Sn formerly of YVba City,
Cif\, in the cGnter bos*
pital, -30.
0__K

tiCE
Passes to Lrirar
"be issued once a inert:: to
the saire individual,ia
Ycphiko.Ic police secre-
t^r;/. . ....
Pasdes mtiy o<-v obtained
only "between thf' of*
Enrcl Irnent
Date Set .
Enrollment ox1 postgrad-
uate £?turtfcnt£ for second
S:30 to 9:30 a and 1 to
2 r.jr. or. v.eeic days, i\6.
:?0 tc 9:''0 ' on Sat-
urdays -
Tuesda;;, ^e^nesday. and
Thursday rasse.s w i e
i ven o'u Kcn^p.y; rriasy arm
uat^r-lay passes on ^ednes-
6'r; and Lcnday passes on
Saturday- t
'icsidents are asked to
follow these scne^ulea ir*
o'btainirie t .icir raises. *
Three pei^sons were cau^::t
semester classes has teea laat we-ok usi:v.. fcud
set for Peb.15, p.ccordin^
to ; Clay Coy? senior
scnccl principal. :
further ir-formatic;i iia;/
be o'ctair.ed a the seir
high aohool office, 8H-5F.
ADVtNr^TS iN
NiCHT MEf TING
Record ivLs j c omr. it y
u:A a 'eoial sole
Tv ill feature t h e ycung
yeoi'l^s f elloy/oaip aiectir^,
of Sever:t U-r/ Advd i s13
bt 7:30 r-n;. t3ii i"w, 7G
recreotior. hall.
The r.".;llic 1;card icily
ir.vitcd to atter.d the
i *
passes and htve teen denied
futui e pass px^ivile^e.s.-ic-
coi'c1 iug ro the police ,do-
partr.ier.t. Thiri a V721-
iVib to any others me ir.xr,nt
try the s-ir^ ihim } they
added. .
f-VACUEES SOUGHT
fK fARM CARE
E-A, Russell ana Leonard
. acevuair tances of
bt.^xloy E. -idar^, Internal
3ecarit,.r officer, visited
tiie center ct :eek with
Li^r 3css C-;*ptainIr search
of ar evacuee family to
i tAe care of a farm ow^ed
l Liil
tvM Q



ffr#
REEUOM FRO.^ WAN
; A ,
all
50
In this le.st of a series
of "brief essays on the hiG
tory? principles,nd phii-
osopty of cons'.iinor co-opera~
tiion. It is our purpose to
she?; the sj.eeiol'role of
co-or s he world.
If Monocracy is tc he pre-
served ,trie welfane--of tue
nors--mer mu^t he preserved.
But if his welfare to
be. presei-ved, tii§ ccns^ier
must co-ojrerc.t e Ai__d n t
leave the job to xbpor
T or eve; our onxx
averager.
There has beer, muc!
of the four freedoir^__re
11.^ j 0U3 i.r. qefii poj
freedom, f-reedom from
ar.d freedom from fear.
consumers fre^ their xur"'
chasiK power ix. the t'orn:
of profits ^cC'jxriuiate^ to
t..e ownership of fewer a;.d
fewer investors T he Ge
profits ..ve ceco;..e so co--
ner.tre.te3 t h a u periodic
dcprRosioris ii^ve inci''eased
ii_ violer.ee and frequency
j.hd trms h^ve forced the
to t3z part jf
.the profits uwuy ar.d ^ive
Uiem "bhek t depressed col-
supers oi.various excuses
i:_ or^iex* to provide ev^n
e:.0Vx^z..h purcijxsi-^ povver for
su'osisteuce.
Conson.er co-oi ^r^tives
nre (ie^i^r.ed throu^ h the
^riij ciple of x-bsYme
savin,, s for tue PApress
vi it.hout economic rierqc-
racy, *otrex* kinds of fv^c-
dor. cur:ot Ine nialntniiied,
imcricar. tr-^c1 itiors are
in line with an incre^sir^ly
de:\ccretic r.crld. Cur fore-
fathers c^n:e here to er,ioy
freGdcni of worship and con-
science. Later tine p)liti-
c^I freed Oi.^s of sj^eech,
press assooiatior a r. d
ballot were established in
oar Constitat ioii and ojr
Bill oi' Ri^r.ts. As it wes
^ i th relie iori POYern-
me;A r.ovrf business East
bl 'ce of, 'ey, ai.d for tie
j,ex;l6 Ir, u.r* time the
cry is .for freedom from
rt hi it ax:d ii.seourity ai.d
for fr eedoru froru i'eax* of
nnaaj;;er c^-o>rct*.! ia oi*e
of the most likely ten.
t\1 ques for* 3C'Xriig economic
rir_htb for ^ --freedom
from To oe free from.
^1^1%. cLSUR,ers rauot
have !.doquate pui'cr.asi^f
x.owar to ljuy
The ecor.orr^ 3stem as
L-.r/e -J1 ki,c^i. it h^E
beer. desl,-r.c^ for tnc ez-
jurr.ose of nr,4 re
ti.e purexiasint, pow^r
tiie ow:.er^hip of the
aoi.s ;m^rs tLexr.sel ver,. xjo
more cosuitier3 .-operbt<=:
by sux^-lyir^ their Y?r b:asi-
r.csGev- .. ill: ho, c?=rit-
.¢1 | e?lu_.
o^t'icie^cy .* _co-
orcrotiYe policj, the bet-
ter coi.c'^ers civ. protect
?i-d class discrirrar.H-
ti J*..
Unless t*ese rights ori:
te secured, ^erriocracy will
f'1} The cors^iTier c-ppr-
't.Ivg moveir^r.t t hrou^;,h.out
sor e 40 i.f'txrs is oue of
the 100Is of the carr.nin
rr i 1'; whicli he c^n m^iL-
tpezt'C-i.d. end build a
truly ^ierr.ocrat Ic worl^1.
I-'-fess purr, of ^e[^r^xiLcr t.heir economic rights-
E. {* Iiur.com


February 2,1943
Page 4 ............
C-P MOVIE
BE SHOWN HERE
"Here Is Tomorrow,11 a
sound film showing the pos-
sibilities and advantages
of co-operativeswill be
an added feature to the
regular movies soon.
=_VISI ORS=
SOLDIERS
Sgt* Thomas Jasamitsu;
Ft* Hiley, Kan*
CIVILIANS;
Sunao and Iwao Hoago,
Hugh, Sho, and Shori Kuri-
yarn f Sam and Qeor^e Ashi-
da, Tom and Henry Hiraga,
Toimy Hirooka f Crowley;
Bqv. G* S, Upton, M# S.
Hollis } Lamar.
Frank Ikeda,ivlr* and i^Irs.
hi* K* Inodomi, Suzy and
Tsuyako Osajima, Bill Ha
tanaisra, Mi'^cio Miyashita *
Denver.
Mr* and Mrs, Roy £ NI-
shlkawa, Ft. Lupton; A* P.
Malone, Lamar; Mr Kuriyama,
Hugh Kur lyama, Asan Akagi.,
Kona mi Aoki,Olney Springs;
Granevisve Tootell^Nevv York;
J* D. Sasaki5 Jerome, Ark.
_______ PICNEEB _____
DECEMBER
CHECKS DUE
All workers should re-
ceive their December pay
checks by ^the end of this
week, Henry F. Halliday,
senior administrative cffi-
oer said today.
The payroll has bee^i
brought on a current bas is ,
he sttedam the payment
of all wages should ba made
in the succeeding months,
Sociologist
Vists Center
John. Smbree of the so-
cial analogy section of
community sarv ices from
the Washington office -vis-
ited the center this \ 00k
to discuss the social de-
velopment and attitudes of
the residents towards evac-
uation*
He has made sqv 9 ral
trips to Ja>an and his last
visit in 1936 w^s_ iiiaae to
study the social conditions
there. *
BANKER DESCRIBES CENTER
CONDITIONS AND MORALE
a Granadan's -eye viev;
of Amacha is presented by
H. £.idcKeever, vice presi-
dent-cashier of the Ameri-
can State Bank, in the Jan-
uary issue of The Mountain
States Banker, official or-
gan of the Colorado, Wyo-
ming, am New Mexico Bank-
ing associations*
Under the heading "Hips
Nip Business Blues in Gra-
nada ,0olo*,n .vlcKeaver den-
ser ibes the construction of
the center and the living
G ditions.
Writes McKeevar, The
Japanese labor certainly
saved the day for the Prow^
ers County beet farmers', and
it is beliQved that if it
were not for this available
labor a large percentage
of the beots could not have
been harvested on acaount
of the shortage of other
labor,,, '
nThe farmers who were,
fortunate enough to obtain
crews in the beet harvest
hava nothing but praise
for the Japanese .nen and
boys f although a lot. of
r.hsm had no exper ienoe in
QQt harvesting, A large
number of th.a evacuees are
people &om the large cities
of tho west coast with no
farming experience. How-
ever they usually- were
quick to learn the ways of
a beet harvest and did a
good job
"V/9 find that these peo-
ple conduct themselves in
a Gommendable manner Thay
are in a tou^i spot aid
seem to realize it, and ar
making the best of sn un-
fortunate situation* Th
morale of this particular
center has been high* The
young people all spqak good
English and the ir maimer-
isms are very muoh Ameri-
can, arid their ratings in
the schools they attended
in California were high.n
Of the critics of cen-
ter schools McKeaver says,
n Those who have voiced
such critioism do not take
into crniaideration the num-
ber of sch0l children on
the area and their intense
desire to get an education
and to prove themselves
worthy of American oxtisan
ship,11 He also points out
that the-school buildings
are being constructed of
moat eooaorrdoal raatetials*
To say v/hy gals acta so
and so,
Or don1t, fould pre-
sumin1;
Iibby to mean yes anf
say no
Comas aateral to woman*
-"J B LOWELL
{The OourtinT)
IZZATSC?
HUs girls'1 in the- office
are still wondering who
tacked up this item on the
wall, (You can .pr 0 blly
gaass what movie it adver-
tises) HWomen are strange
little beasts^ You can
treat them like dogs (he
d id l)beat th.em f til your
arm aches (he did l) *. ,ancl
still they love you t .they
did 1).But in the end
they!1J. get you and you are
helpless in their hands*"
US NAVY1943
With the introduction
of v/ii¥lES into the nation1 s
Nayy departmentthat fam-
ilicir old warning has ba@a
revised to "Hid yoar "bro-
t h a rthe f 1 e at1 s in}
(This from a current maga-
zine. ) ,
IHAT!S ALv/AIS GOOD
Speaking of reasons giv-
en for v/alking' to Grenada,
one girl1s recent retort
vas, getting fatiH
HI, JIB:
Harassed Sports Scribe
HJibn Sumit^a blurted, out
of a cloudy grey sky 1?Aww,
Pm no d- tir ""Wh y
don! t you taka her home
arlier?" joked Patricia.
Without thinking, "Jib
ansojQr d defensively, "I
diT, and looked puzzled
when eve rybody r 0 ared
(Shhhh, he didn1% hear th
fifth word l)
LETTEB TO THE HEADER
Is no news good newsf
or ar you just bein^ reti-
cent? How1 s for a comment
X twowritten or verbal--
as to at you!d most like
to read In this colyum?
One new suffiestloa has been
submitted, but we can11
act on that one alone. We
want more, pi ase* W a
mean it
Yours for lots of nasty
l9ttrs

F^ru^ry iV.43--------------------PIONEER
I^-Ge 5
ttiCE £iSD fIEWD1
IPiifiDSWf9!11 IN MIDWEST
ivor e than 150 couples
attended the President
fa at Terry hell Satur-
day evening, Bill Tsuji,
co-chairman, retailed yes-
terday.
a
of the popular Jetjanese
nor.g that floated to h
youne, fellowfs <^ars as he
talked hj the 9E recreation
hn]].
An expression o*f tewil-
derment Bid then a pleasant
r^rtule "broke upon tlie youths
fa^.e as-^he peered through
tfie window ^'A "beheld the
^inusual scene. It 'always
seemed rsitlx^r strange to
Aim to hear a Caucasian
speak the Japanese lar.-
gua^e, but here ?eas one
sinking a Japanese song to
her pupils.
That teacher was none
other than Irene A. Reiser,
kindergarten instr urtor,
wjao understands and' appre-
ciRtes the Japanese people
afcd their customs mor?5 com-
pletely than the majority
o'f the rlisei.
Her thorough knowledge
o'f the Japanese la linage,
customs, and the 'people
themselves, 77ere g a inc d
during hfer stajr in Japan
between 1920 and 1341.
{er many years in that
6ou:itry were spent in doing
missionary work, teaching
English in iris hif.h
anhoc1,and writing arti-
cles for vrrious well-kucwn
newspapers and *T*agasines.
Miss Reiser obtained
B. A. degree in education
from Almn college. Aim
, and also attended
the University of Chicago.
Besidfi.s her education in
the United States, she has
learned to speak, write,
ana read Japanese, which
has proved a great asset
in her asscciation^ with
most of,her co-workers ahd
friendu-
ller many ezper i e nces
gained throughout her trav-
els in Japan .^re topics of
conversation especially e:r
joyed "by her issei friends.
1 Suyeo Sako
Among, the honored quests
wer^ 3^rs T)enni^ Johnson,
chairman of the Prowers
countyf s March of Dimes
campaign, and. 5/tr. Johnson;
and Mrs. Hoy Hatchett;
ar.d Mr. and ¥xq9 Orville
Orr*
Diane Bu"bbles" Er,.do,
Sumi K^amura, and Dix Kogfv
Gntertained dy.ring ier-
mission*
NAKA IS. NEW
JR HIGH ADVISER
Harry Naka thio week
replaced Lafayette Iloda as
adviser of the junior high
co-op board of directors.
BLOCK 6E
HOLDS PARTY
A farty was hold an hor.-
or of the mess hall workers
of Block 6E Sunday "by the
residents Special th^rJcs
Mve given to Salmon Abe,
chief cock. :
The 8F kusxc Kakei's? led
by No"b Kxnvatnni, provided
ent er t ai mnent. "
COUPLE WANTS
NURSEMAID
WAKTED: A irl t6 care
for a 'ba'by of a nisei cou-
ple* A wife of a soldier
stationed at Camp Phillips,
K^n., is preferred _No cx-
pei^ience necessary. Write
immediately to Hey
Nishikawa, Great Western
hatchery, Salma, Kan.
TRIO RETURNS
TO BOULDER
Three instructors yes-
terday .returned to he
Boulder Naval I an ^u ag c
school' after spending the
weekend at Amache*. T t e
fcrio included' .Toe Inouye,
James Yos-hida, .and Masao
Igasaki*
COOKinG CLASSES
START REX EEK
Becking classes will.get
under way n'ext week at^ the
8H kitchen, th.e night Rchoo.l
o.fiice arjicuncpd yester^y.
Two classes will b e
held;, one on Monday and
Hie other on Wednesday from
5 to 8 p*m.
Giily thope who regis-
tered several months ago
m-e asked to come* Tliey
will he nrii-fied this week.
Resider.tR with 1 ea ve
clearances are urged to come
in and take advantage of
the varied offers in
the midwest, said Mario
Vecchio -of the employment
office. The offers are
for:
Railroad track lp.'borers
in Idaho ar.d fentaria; ex-
perienced silk nrA wool
spotters, dry cleanersf nia-
chine pressers ^men), and
hrxiA pressers (women) in
Minneapolis
Short order cook and
pot washer for the Chicago
Y.l .G.A.; ward helpers,
kitchen and laundry work-
ers, in the iviadison General
hospital, Wis.
Domestic workers ii Chi-
cago? Kansas Hity, St .
Louis, and Winnetka, 111.;
framers; and 7£ more men
for timber operations in
southern Colorado.
LAST- RITES HELD
FOR K OSHITA
Last rites were conducted
for Kanichi Cshita, bl,7G-
8E_ today
dMst hall. He died of a
crebi^r hemorrhage Rt the
center hospital Saturday
afternoon. .

kary Fujikawa w^s elec-
tfed president of the newly
organized Kadem^isel les.
Other officers are Fumiko
Fukuda, vice president;
Bett j -Watanalre, secretary
JVJargaret Ohama^ treasurer;
Sachi Iseri, historian;and
Toshiko Fukuda, member at
large. *
Alice Suzuki, Y secre-
tary, and Mrs. Eio Kashi-
wagi left today to attend
the YWCA regional confer-
ence in Denver.
kersar.tas was the new
najne chosehV the Toquiwa
at a meeting Sunday at
10H-3A. ,
Members of the \ Circle
are urged to attend a meet-
ing; at the Y office ai Sat-
urday at 2:30 p.m, FLe tion of offiiex^F will t^Jce
place.


BEAT BOBCAT
FIVE4 23
In rogistwdrx g tiieii*
SOTenth straight victory,
the Amaohe Indians awampoct
the Granada Bobcats, 40-23*
in the feature game played
GIRLS LOSE
ANOTHER
The Amaohe 'hign school
girls again fdl before the
onslaught of the smooth -
working Grahadahi^i school
saxtette# 35 -23, in
opeaixxg game played at the
Granada Mgym Saturday*
Although leading at the
of th first quarter}
11-^ the Amacb girls could
not kaep up th pace aM
slowly lost ground to the
Crranadaas,
foko Makano and Mory
Taaiguchi tabbed 12 and 6
points respectively for the
local gi:ris mtiile Libby
Tyaer ftiade 18 points,
Health rests
Now G iv.en
¢3 ts ia healt'n know-
ledge ar now be.ing giysE
to tha senior high school
physical education stu-
dents, according to Head
Ooach John 0# Hoke*
These tasts wars pre-
jarad by the TQBQhBf^
College of Columbia uni-
varsity.
DANCE NETS
19 PlOfIT
AMACHE
TRIUMPH "
ThQ high school
B Basketball taam conquerQd
the Hartman varsitf, 24-22,-
In an exciting gamo played
at thei Hartman high school
gym Fr id ay evaaing, 0
half time. score was in
favor of Amaohe, 13-11*
Romeo Kitagawa led the
center boys by scoring 9
points #jile Forward J*
Moore tallied B for tlie
iossrs*
In the curtain raiser,
the Amache. Gees scored a
win o/er the Hartman cubs,
16-7.
Scoring 8 points, George
ilinoki took high poi^t
honors for the local boys*
Guard Mars ton chalked -up 5
far the Hartman quintet*
VOLUNTEERS '
CALLED '
Volmiteers to level the
ioe skating rink ne^t of
Block' ?E*are wanted^ accord-
ing to Hippo Shibata, ohair-
man of the winter sports
Gluto,
fhBY ar^ asked to report
to the rink 611 Thursday at
5:30 pru aad 'bring their
own ah'ovela*
at thQ Granada gym Satur-
day night.
The center bo^/s, led by
smooth-playing Lafty Kita-
gawa who rang up 18 poxnte,
refQatedly troke through.
the Bobcats1 loosely tait
defease and ware out in
front, 24-10, at the half-
way rmrkf
The secorf half saw very
little axoiteiAont as the
Indians continued tbeir
scoring spree and coasted
in to an easy victory
Following Kitagawa for
scoring honors was To sh
Okamura with 10 digits
while pivotmarx IL 8iIt *a
chaBied up 7 points, top-
ping the losers,
11(5 Ping Pong
Team Wins
She 11G tabl tennis team
wot a hari-fought decision
Â¥r th 12G team, 19-15,
in a tournameat held at
the 11G raoreation hall
Sunday.
. In the feature game^
Mack Saito,12S defeated
Ms opponent, Tom Satorai*
Ie 2' out of 3 seta*
At the 11K tournament
Joe Kobata,well-known ten-
nis stai1 fr0m Los Angeles,
dofaat^d' H* Nishimura in
3 out of 5 matches to win
honors for the day*
nettera^rP^w! WEEKEND. BASKETBALL
nefit dance sponsored by R f j I T % : A'R F I I ST F H
the hi^i school athletic I\L^JkJUisJ- / \ i\u / wM L/
d@partat Thursday* accord-
ing to John G* Hoke, head
eoaoh* #
.ThB money will be used
to buy athletic aquipnent
for the schoolt said Hoke*
f\/\ BASKETBALL..
MANAGERS TO MEET
-A meeting of the
t@amsf managers will be
haId tomorrow, at the 7S
raoreation hall at 7 p^m.,
accord ing to Bill Wada,
basketball director*
Basalts of Saturday^ B
games
Delta Esquirs Jrs, daf#
Liady Hoop Jr*s*f 17-10,
Modesto Nuggets def.
Santa Bosa, 21-17 ' .
Eesults of Saturday's A
games t .
Boyal iiraians dei*. G-i^
ants,18-14,
Aaros def. Sepol Bam-
tiers,, 39-25.
Kau 3Cau Laaors d a f.
Dukes, 29-28. .
Results of Saturday1s
girlsf gamos
Sepol girls def* the
911 girls-, 41-1?,
Basults of Sundays A
ges: f
Sepol Rambler Afs def.
Argonauts, 26-20.
Boyal Araian b d ef
Dukes, 20-13*
Mach a Z eph b def f
Aros* 28-ES,
Delta Esquires def.10H
Buooaixeers, 23-H
Giants def* 12E Bamblers,
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