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Granada pioneer, February 4, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, February 4, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
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Granada War Relocation Center
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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 33

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University of Florida
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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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iuuacb.et goorado
February 4,1943
REBiSTI
MCRUITING MAM DU£
( . . i . _
WASrtll'&TO'If,generl.jTQgisation-at
location centers ^ o*f all evacuees who; are 17 or- more
years of age will start ne3ct-.week Bi M# Iiwalt, t'acting
director of the WRA, announced here today. # .
At iilie sameinie, tlie ¥ar department ounced thst
teams of Army representatives.left Wssi^ngtoa yste
day' for Granada' azi naires froifi all male American citizen? f( Japanese aja^*
cestry who are-17 or more years, of age, .
.-.' Th e War d e p artmentf s* ../... .: '
action; follows the atmounce*
YoX,!, Hv 3g
POLLS OPEN
AT NOON
,£la X4r the lection
of; .'biqplc ..representatives
oe open tomorrow from
1& man to 7 p^in. in the
rspeqtive. block informa-
tion Q'ffioesi aiino^unced W>
Rey jQhnsgn,, cliief of com-
mimity services, ,
..t,This^ election is terse-
l@ct a 3?epreseiitai}ive and
npt,a. &!]< manager, John-
son emphasized#
Xi a tslock now ms a xaa,n-
a&@r wild 1b 'klso' the repre*
sntatiY^, it_wi.ll lieve to
decide i^lietiier it desires"
tKis'person to'^e the raan-
ager or tUe representatx-ve,-
Jolmson. fux^ther expliitied
After tomorrow, an individ-
ual will not l)'e able-to hold
bth positions .
Odanakd With
Recruiters:
...?red. Odanaka, lone ni-
sei mmxbeT of the Army^s
recruiting which 'is
to arrive here this eve-
ning, the ej^est son of
Mr. and Mrs, Takeo"Odanaka,
6F-2LF* He is a t^chpician,
fourth grade# . .
SIGN UP KUiES
. .Complete ins *b mictions
concerning the registration
will appear in the PIONESH
Saturday... '
ment last Thursday "by. Sec-
retary of War Stim8011 that
a- com'bat Unit o'f Amerlean
citizens of tTapanese an-**
cestry' will bs formed for
active servioe !1 a thes
afwar,
AlX nisei at *the Granada
project who desire to vol-
unteei* for sei^rice' in tfee
0^& unit win Hdve r $n
oortmiity to do. do whi
tfte Army r epr efe ent at iv e$
ere 1 Nisei, wlio to
not desfre' to voluixte^r st
tbie timb or who are be-
yond military sge will be
coiisidered for jooa in 8g-
riculture or industry,- in
01udingjobs in pxants pro-
duping war'materials*7
Included in the fffil x^eg*-
istration to be made a
the ^ame will all
female,Tegardless of cit-
izenship, who' ere 17 ar
more years of age, and all
alien Japanese isen over 17*
^.registration will be
made, ^ ,*liowever.# of persons
m( lia¥.a- applied^ for re-
patriation.
,Row alt explained tlia
through this general reg-
istratiem %he^WR4 expects
tq get_ c^earaic'-e on a lar^e
jxuiteep emp,loykl?leper-
8ns before the'y apply for
leave and thus "be able %
speed up the relocation
program,
MWe are not drying to
fajee any person to reld-
who does not desire
0 do Rowalt said.
nB there, are increasing
opportunities for evaauees
to get jobs and if we' can
get e backlog of registra-
tions on which we can be
Y/orki3ag# wa should /be al)le
to get. clearance.for iu.n
definite leaves for, many
people whQ later will.want
to relocate.
BegistPa.l40n will start
not later..than Wednesday.
.More restriotipps to bB
oloserved in the purchase
of food for center was
the text of the coimmica-
tion received Project
Steward William Wells from
E. M* Bwaltf acting di-
rector of the WRA in Wash-
ington, DC* '
Until' furthei* notice,-
leomer|arlne shall be used
for all purposes for which
Gutter has been used. Pur-
ciiases of smoked liam or
bacon Ehail also te stopped#
Other rationing in ef*
feot .in the center are as
follows:
Children under 6 years
are entitled to2/41b. of
meat per week*
Children froiQ 6 to 12
yaara are entitled to
lbs* per week*
Alx persons over 12
years *' are entitles, to 2.
lbs* per week* These fi-
gures are 'leased on the
gross-weigtl; of meat, "bone
and fat included,.arid cover
sueb. meatsas beef, pork,
bologna f and fraukfurt ers #
Sugar is limited to 8
oz. per'person per v^eek*
Coffee is rationed to 1
lb. -per person for a five
week period for persems i5
years of age and5 over*
fhe mess division* ap-
preciates the1cooperatio
of the center in observing
the. rationing cuts which
have "been anaouncefl from
time to time, ,said Wells
Tc alleviate 'tiie short-
age of vegetables .here,
an order has been sen to
Gila for some of tlieir
home-grown Chinese ca,r>Dage
and giai^t v/hite. radish,
Wells concluded.
MOKE RATIONING TO GO INTO EFFECT


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J5 a A W A D A P I O N E/E R j_^
1 r\
Published Tuesdays, Thursdays, andfSaturdays
the ifRA and distributed free to each apbriimen^. Ed-
itorial offices PIONEER building, Axnacme, Coiorado*
Telephones fo3 .
Oski Taniwaki, director Bot) Hirano, editor
>-- _______________________________________ j
There's a Difference
Y/hen you go tiie polls tomorrow, be sure that you
have a clear idea not only of the candidates* qualifi-
cations "b|it al^p | t.iie position for which* he iias "been
nominated S' . / :. -x
W. Ray Jolmson, coxmunity services -chief./(dhp^a^i&es
the fact that tomorrow1a election is for block repre-
sentatives and not for block managers Tt^e'latt;r-are
appointed loy project Director Lindley and are respon-
sible to tim# _ ^
' The duties of the repreaentative are.purely legis-
lative* He is to attend meetings at Town hall once a
week to formulate ordinances for the c;fcer and is not:
paid for Ms work. - '
The block manager, on the other hand, is always on
duty and receives a Class 0 w6rk order. It ia liis fe-
sponsAbility to lake care of all-block affairs, to act
as a qediator in disputes, end to handle other duties
essential for a smooth-rufining Mock.- . ;'
Keep these f^ots in mind '#ien you ypte tomorrow.
And donft forget to vote*
th4t if from our .experience
'"^here in tiais center we are
to gain the- greatest pos-.
j sible benefi ts tixere must
"be under starring, oo-cpera-
tion, and .a feeling of mu-
' tiiality no$,. only among
the residents, but also
between administrative
staff and the residents*
The runiiing of# the center
pennot e a qne-sided af-
,falT. -
The WRA1 s aimounoed aim
is the relocation of the
evacuees in American soci-
ety. This is possible onlf-
if acc^eots each
o;f l Anj"
oppprtiitiity is ^ f f orded
th administrative staff
.in alhe centers to set
an example for the pre-,
cept^ it ;adimcats by im-
' 'plication. ' *
Isnt it possible for
the staff and residents to
8liar the mutual protleia
of making the most of life
here? This is impossible,
iicwe^er, aa.long as we
know -each otiier only as ro-.
hots 'in an office and a
' doutle standard ie main-
tained and segregation is
praptioed. Now, more tMn'
ever "before, it is well* to
remind ourselves that demoo-
T THE EDITOR
raoj.lives not by lip ,aar-
,-vice "but actually living
it in our ves\ .
- Ironically, witkin the
center, proper omr former
posi-tion of minority group
lias been revex^se^* We are
now tfxe majority group..
Eow do we treat mexobers of
other rices? Bo we accept
%hm as individuals- whose
motives: 'kni fcopes' are ba-
sically the earn -as ouval
Hie are to6 prone to. think
of members of another race
not as individIs but as
.one of a group to which we
have ascribed different chs-
raGteristics based on li-
mited ebritadts and' preju-
of us that "we nifafit't>e ac-^'
cepteil,.in the'total Ameri-
can society; tiia% eventu-
ally weiig3rfc"beBsfre-
as any otlier Individual .of
ianericati society.'
Now ,in this relocation
cerrter'is tiie opportuBity
to .share with-Caucasians;-
to get to know others and
"becopae bettor to
take our, place in imoricrni
society^ : ..
, It is as wo live hg.in #
the building of an ideal
coiunity that w-e will be
lining toward the future.
U^YSTTE NOBa
......,.-.February 4f X943
1111_11
.IP LI X
A pathetic la'ck of in-
terest in tomorrow's elec-
tion has been evidenced by
the unwillingness of capable
people in different blocks
to run for the position of
felock'ip% preventative.
. Without ^dou*bt, the posi-
tion of til councilman is
a thankless is vol-
\mta;ry worktlia tregxiently
becQmes a target for criti-
cism, but i*b is work that
must /be done.
The 109k_,mapagei^ in
11191ny blocks had difficulty
in 01Dtaining the Rcceptsnce
of nominees* 1% doe6- not
3peak well for any block
ttat civic interest is irt
such an e¥b that candidates
must "be railroaded into ac-
cepting 110111inati axis /
- The lack of interest on
tlie part of the candidates
undoubtedly aris'ek from the
indifference of the people.
f 'The center* is still in
the ^formative "period* A
great deal of work lias "been
done "but much still remains.
This is our home* For
hem long, none of us knows.
It is time the residents e-
viaced interest in' making
it a. "better place to live*
The Election will fill
the seat of the first sper-
manent council. Make your
cilice s 31 that ill work
not only far your "block but
also for' the good of the
center#'

Disappointing \vas a ques-
tion asked of Masao Satow,
council chairman, "by the AP
aewsmep -whowere in the can-
ter on* Tuesday.
He was asked what he
thought of our position here
as compared td tliat Amer-
jicaM Jap^n., For some
evea If informed
newsmen fail to realise that
the' majority of us in this
center are citisens*
fhere is no comparable
situation 'urs in Japaru
Imerleans in Japan are enemy
aliens. V/e are Americans
of Japgnes ncstry, it is
true, but nevertheless Amer-
icans .in America, To try
to. compare uswitiilmericaiis
in Japan /shows' that a lack
-of derstanciing of our
unique situation still pre-
avails on the part of the
public.
? *Khaxi Komai


February 4,1943
PIONEER
Page 3
HGME IMPKOVFMENT
T BE FORUM TOPIC
Tov/r, hall vui
be held toraorrov?7 p.m.
at the B'J x^ecre^tipn haU.
The topic, to Make
Boxrr.ck Rooms into Pleasant
Catherine A. Lague, home-
makir_g^ instructor; and Slxi-
sue Watanabe, interior dec-
orator.
The moderator will "be
EDITORIAL
N. Y. PA PER
SYMPATHETIC
Sympathy for the position
of evacuated nisei was
voiced "by the New York
Times in an editorial, HJap-
Homes wil"be discussed Samuel
ty Joe Fujikawa, srcnitect; school
J. Gordon, night
instructor.
GRASS FIRE STARTED
BY CARELESS SMOKE.
A cigarette thrown ...into:
dry grass duri.r the nocm.
hour caused a grass fire
at the farm project Monday,
reported Jerry. Sullivan,
Donation Made
By Lamar High
Approximately 75 !: and
selectioiis were donated to
the hiyi school music de^-
partment last week ^y- the
Lamar high school Acknow-
ledgment is made to Kalph
Yotie, directoi* of music at
the Lamar hi^h. scuool-, for
this friendly gesture.
a.^^is1;ar:t... fire, .protection
officer, tod
C e rit er firemer.- fought
.the fire for two hours be
fore getting it .under con-
trol, Sull ivan paid and
asked furm workers to use
caution in disposing of
cigarettes.
KEY FOUND
An automobile or pad-
lock key, berr.ini the. num-
ber. 98fc, found on
the firemen1 s 1
court.- The owner may c.-laim
the key from Jerry. Sullivan,
avsaistant fire prot ection
officer.
GILA,"
Seventy-five 18-ye3r-old
youths registered for the
draft last week.
::
He leayes many relatives
und friends in the Granada
center.
^Because of gcvernment
anese-American fYanks, *
Saturday. ,
The text of tlie edito-
rial:
It.has been essy to un-
derstar.d. why American-lDorri
Jap anesethe so-culled-
Niseihad to be removed
from. Pacific coastal areas
and el so why there hes been
hesitation alrout enlisting
them in the Array. In this
country they have almost
always "been segregated.
In spite of the fact that
they are' taller and more
robust their parents,
they still look Japanese*
It was hard to tell whether
or not they still thought
Japanese. The wise method
of dealing with (therri was
that cf patient individual
inquiry into cases. This
has nor-/ gone far enough
and yi elded results encour-
aging enough to justify
Secretary S t im son1 s an*
nouncement that qualified
ones among them will "be
enrolled in a new Army unit
in which they can fhave
their ehare in the fight
against the natiorJs ene-
mies.f
Aims of the toy and game
loan litrary are to tuild
character, teach respect
for property, and respon-
sibility. Twelve-year-olds
who return equipment in
good-condition will receive
rewards.
MINIDOiZA."
The national JACI secre-
tary and treasurer visited
the center to encourage a
menibersiiip drive.
A mental hygiene an.d a
"biology class are among tiae
new classes to "be sdded to
the acl^t education curric-
ulum*,
HEaRT LuUI'-iTAIN...
The temperature dropped
% 28 degrees "below zero
during a.r-ecent cold spell.
The late Clarence Uno
is the first evacueq to "be
honored wi,th a full mili-
tary funeral. Tlxe jimer ican
Legion of Po*?ell, Cody, and
H.eart Mountain participated*
regulations, the- three-cent
charge for cashing evac-
uee government checks has
heen waived, according to
Scott Taggartsuperinten-
dent of 1 community enter-
prises/*
The Girl Reserves are
conducting a yell contest
which is open to all high
sciiool students.
TVLE LAKE...
The centerfs firsi^. twins
were named HonalcJ.and Don-
ald *
In comp aris.on with
schQle qn the outride, the
juvenile delinquency prob-r
lem in the project schools
i& .quite low, .according
to a ; report made by the
sciiool authorities.
J3RQME .
Approximately one-third
of the center population
is attending sc]1001 The
secondary division has tlie
most with 1-249 enrolled
"The episode touches ones
sympathies. These Japanese
are American citizens, just
as are the young, men of
German, ^nd Italian descent
who are loyal members of
our fighting services.
Their education iias te^n
Aiiiericai;. They would not
"be at home in Japan, nor.
even in time of peace would
there "be a place for them
there. Vi/lien the war is
over they may helg to in-
terpret America to e chas-
tened and sobered Nippon.
Their eagerness new to "bear
in the natinfs "battle may
ameliorate their rather
lonesone lot. in this coun-.
try
SEIZED ARTICLES
MAY &E CLAIMED
The- Boy Scouts today
asked residents to claim
confiscated a.r t-icles at
the la recreation hall.


Paie 4 ....._________________PIONEER--------------------^February 41943
Lind 10y, Aiv.i-ss
Dinnei Guesrs
Project Director Jrunes
G. Lindley, Reports Officer
Jce McClelland and Kay
Sugahara were guests of
honor a a dinner given "by
Naval Language school in-
structcxrs. from the Oranadn
relocation center at 30111
der 1week
Approximately 25 i n -
structors were present at
: :i£:I VI C£ V :S:A:T:_:R.DA
Event Time Rec Hall
CATHOLIC Mass ?:00 a-m. UK
SE^NTH-DAY jaV3?TIST
SalolDath school 9:00 7G
Sermon 10:00 a..m 7G
831 CKO N0 IYE
Service ?:00 p.m. 12G
BUDDHIST ' *
Adult service ' 2:00 p.m* 7G-12G
A recomiendation that
all farm machinery and
equipment belonging to e-
vacuees and now stored in
California warehquseb "be
released \>y Lt. G-en. John
L,De.r/itt will be submit l^e-i
at a policy meeting of the
Ca ifornia otate Giitaru'ber
of Commerce on Fe'-:.19,. it'
was predicted last week -y
the San I^rancisco Chronicle-
The Chronicle said that
the suggestion has been
made by the agricultural
coinrdttee at a recent meet-
ing of the six major com-
rnittees of tne wtate Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Japanese evacuees would
be paid a reasonable sum
for the use of the farm
be presented by the junior
and. senior high school in-
struiriexita^ departmentin
Terry hall, Feb. 26, at.
7:30 p.m-
The program, sponsored
oy the Ir.strmnental 'Lusic
Directorsf association of
Colorado, will present thd
first -appearance of xhe.
oeginners1 "band of40 pieces.
Selections will alsa 'e
rendered "by. the junior and
senior high school voc-al
£roup The. program will
conclude with the playing
of several Victory selec-
tions ty the senior high
school ad vane ed."band.
Admission price will be
the purchase- of a 10-cent
defense stamp which, the
"ouye^ will re-ain as a tick-
et* The program will "be
iforniar.s. There will ce
a siriall admission charge,
the proceeds of whicli will
go to the school music de-
partment.
TO BE GIVEN .
Detaileo reports of the
recent emergency conference
of -the JAQL in Salt lake
City will "be ^iven at a
meeting. to "beheld at Terry
hall, konday at *7 p.m. It
is open to all citizens.
Henry Shimizu and Masao
atow, G-ranada- delegates
to the Conference, will
make the reports. They' kre
expected to give a picture
of what has happened since
evacuation, and to tell "of
m ac.hinery "by California
*f^mei^s-pr^ducing the 1943
crop '
MUSIC CLASSES FOR
ADULTS SCHEOULCD
: Adult music classes are
"being lield on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:40
p.m,.t the adult education-
center Ted Hascall is the
director.
Those interested are
invited to a tend ^Ixese
classes Instruments 7/ill
"b.e provided for t^iose ?mo
do not have their own.
Plan Classes
! n English .
English classes will 'oe
forroed if enough persons
are interested, the adult
education department an-
nounced this week* They
are asked to contact the
adult education office at
Block 8H.
followed "by a bailee with
music furnished "by P aul
APPLICANTS
TO REPORT
Evacuees who have re-
ceived notices to sign ap-
plications for movement of
household goods from; Cal-
ifornia warehouses to this
center are asked to come
in immediately,- Dorotiiy
IwcDougall, clerk-stenogra-
pher, announced Wednesday.
The deadline date -has
been set for 15, and
more than 150 applications
a7/ait the signatures of the
residents. These forms
were made out according to
requests from resiaeris to
clock managers. Kiss McDou-
gall explained.
Residents who have not
file(J before and who wish
to do so now may also ap-
ply at tne north adminis-
tration building.
the progress of the 7/RA re-
settlement program*.
The recent arrival of
the minutes of the confer-
ence assures that the re-
ports will be strictly fac-
t.u.,thus eliminating any
chance of misunderstandings.
.
Dictaphone
6lr! Wanted
A^. experienced female
diet n phone operator is
needed immediately "by Uni-
ted Charities in Chicar-,
announced Kario Vecchio of
the emplo^nent ofiice.
The candidate is re-
q uired to have average
speed in typing and die-
tation3 and a dictaphone
,transcription rateofa'bout
15 cylinders d day. Salary
will start from $120 to
125 a month depending
on t k e q ualifications*
There are chances for ad-
vancement .


Fetruai^F 4^ 1242
lar^e jrasadena newspaper
carried bold -headlines a
bout the new infant wonder
of tho movies,
________PIONEER____
' .
=xalendaL
TCH4Y
6:&0 Levies,11H m^ss
hall. .
7:00 p.m.Basketball gamea.
Egfbl Araians yb* Iindy
Hoops, Skcokmas vs. Kau
Kgu I^nex^, Granada ixi%h
gym,
7:20 p.m.--Movies,11K mess
Fage 5
Bfe(DM§V:B_G
DISTRIBUH6*
SeFent^iive dc^en 1:rooms
for center residents have
arrived liere this week and
are beii% ^ distributed by
Paul H" |reiex% superin-
tendent of* iioueing, today*
An additional 125 dozen
The novel discovery was
hailed "the eighth wander
of the world,f and f,the an-
swer to the moviesf prayer *u
This tiny Japanese "baty
who rose to sudden fame et
the early age of two was
*7 alt er Fhillip Horimoto
who now lives at 12G-63.
The story of Phillips
rise to the heifelits of
moviedora reads like another
fairy tale.-
In 19S2 when the Para-
mount studios be^an t'aeir
search for a ciiild to play
in their film version of
try-out*
All the hopes Phillip^
mother dared to have for
his getting the role v/ere
1031 when she and her sou
were turned away from tie
oastinoffice*
1 T ired an d, dejected,
Phillip and his mo ther
started for home but after
walking a block pr so thy
were hailed "by two men from
the studio# They had come
to call the little boy
tack. In the ensuing few
mixmtes Kiillipfs contract
was signed^ an^ he became
a full-fledged actor,
For the* next six weks
hall.
TCMOKRC^
SH mes
hall, . .,
7:00 p.m*Town hall for.pB*
8& recreation hail% ,
7%B0 p.m.to vies, 9L mess
hall.
Students to be
Interviewed
C. kanatt, district
representative of the J^a
Salle Extension university
hit 9 ^Hoorn 4S between ,9 a.it.
and 4 p*m. ^
JAPANESE MUSIC '
T0 B£'PmENT£D ,
A program of Japanese
music will "be presented by
tke Jakaba club on Satur-
day, 7;30 to 10 p.m*, at
tiie 11H raess hall. Persons
wishing to join the Wakaba
club and others ;iho are
interested in Jejjanese mu-
sic are anvited to attend
tne prograa* ,-.
brooms are expected next
week.
-A 'brooK- is "being deli-
vered to each family.
,Buokets^ were also or-
dereS '"but priorities trill
prohibit deliyeries, Freier
added
SURPLUS MATERIAL
'SHIPP.ED /U.
S.urplu^ woodwurkifi- ma-
chines, stoves, and hand
tools ax e being s-hippe'd to
the Heart Mountain, Jerome,
ard G-ila ,(EA .centers where
shortages arc acute; sail
'B^rk Radcil f-ciiief
of tlae transporia*tion and
supply division* -
K^o-op Sales
To 'Continue
The community enter -
prises'incorJuration sales
in all departir-ents will
continue -until Fet* 13.
411 canned gooas ir* tiie
grocery division will cease
sale on 20 in accord-
aMe with tne latest ra-
tional ruiirig on ratior*irgs
Ken I to, manager, ^st^ted-
M3CK /%C¥_.Wl¥ltS'

6E..

Xn Chicago, vdll interview
,fLaciame Butterfly/1 some of interested .students today
Mrs. Horimoto friends tlirou^h Saturday at the
urged lier to take her son south adriinistration "build
down to tiie studio for a
Phillip worked vvith Sylvia
Sydney and Gary Grant on
"Wie pictureadame Butter-
fly* He apt ured the
hearts of all those who
saw xxim perform an6 he re-
ceived special gifts from
such famous actors and ac-
tresses as Clark G-able?
Fredric ri:, Carole Lorn-
bard .anr^ Claudette Co lb erfc*
His natural ability and
talent astonished the di-
rectors and critics, tf/hen
the script called for a
sleep inf. scene lie acted it
out perfectly.
Today PLillip is agrowB.**
up youngster whose major
interest? "besides "being a
model Boy Scout?lies in
the execution of some fency
jitterbug steps.
--Suyeo Sako'
The young people1 s clulD
held anixformal get-togeth-
er in the recreetion liall.
Tue s da y ni £ht Richard
Fachida was .th.e master Qf
ceremonies He was tided
hj Shir.e Hirose, Tsutoara
Tanaka, and Iv^rs. Aiko. Hori,
Uhe auxiliary firemen
held1 their first meeting
Tuesday in the "block infor-
mation office. YeviA Gamp-
*beil? fIre protectioi* off!-'
cer5 gave .the men iiistfuc
ions on how to nid the
firemen* The volunteer
firemen areKazuo Okura and
Mark xiayaahi^
The young people will
hold a panel discussion or.
M0ur Future Plans,Tuesday
in the re.creation hall l
Riixax*d Machida will ~be
chairru&n.
Brush Araij Tadao Euraaa?
and Jack Ysmashiro were
riomijaated as candidates for
"block representative.
The Fujin p.i will hold
an important meeting to-
morrow night in the infor-
mation office.
1 general meeting will
"be held tonight at 7;30
clock in the mess hall to
discuss the community enter-
prise set-up. *
UK
Lucille Friedraan, senior
hifeJa school instructorj was
the supper guest of Hippo
Shilata and l^aLk Suzukida
this ^eek.
SE*..
Jxs. Fiiya.ko ^llinoki was
elected president of the
Joiaen1 ^ federation at a
recent meeting*


A LEAGUE
Division I W
Royal Araians 2
Kau Kau La'ners 1
Giants 1
12E Ramblers 1
Smokey Stovers 0
Lukes 0
Division II - w
Delta Esquires 2
Amache Zepiiyra 1
Aeros . 1
Gepol Haiablers 1
10H 3udcaneers 1
Argonauts 0
B LEAGUE
Pet.
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.000
.000
Delta iisq.Jrs* 2 0 1.000
Modesto Nuggets 1 0 1,000
Lindy Hx>p Jrs# 0 1 000
Santa Hosa 0 2 .000
Two B league caee games
are scheduled for Saturday
at the 6F court.
The first game at Is30
p.m. will be played by the
Santa Hosa and Lindy Hoop
junior fives, while the
second contest will feature
the Delta Eaquires juniors
and the Modesto Nuggets.
JK. HIGH WINS
TWO GAMES
jimache seventh and eighth
graders defeated the Lamar
seventh end eighth graders
in a nip-and-^tuck basket-
feall game, 19-14, a the
G-renada gym Saturdays
In the second game, the
Amache rxinth g^ad.ers took
the Amache high C scru'bs,
26-19.
Because of .their easy
victory, the ninth grade
teem has challenged the C
team^s regulars. .
CAGE LEAGUE
STANDINGS
Sign-ups for s marble
tournament to "be held "by
contestants in all the 11
and,12 blocks begin today
i'll the recreation halls of
those blocks, announced
Mtch Haahi^uchi of the re-
creation department.
There will "be a junior
and senior division in the
tournament. Th.e junior di-
vision will be open to those
up to 9 years of age v;hile
the senior division is open
to all contestants#
According to Hashiguchi,
an entry fe.e of one marble
will be assessed in the
junior division an'd t\so
marbles in the senior com-
petition.
These marblfes will be
awarded to the winders in
the tournament*
The tournenient is to
start, on Feb.13#
Ducats to be
Sold at Gate
Tickets for the hoop
contests between the iiiua-
che Indian and the vViley
Farxther' A and B quintets
Saturday night at the Gkra
nada higri £ym will te sold
at the main gate, revealed
Head Coach John C. Hoke.
They are also-being sold
at the principel^ office
at 8H-5F. *
A complete first aid
kit has been, received for
tne .use of the physical
education department.
PERMITS MUST
BE SECURED
Fcrrdta for all.gather-
ings must be secured through
the 7B recreation office
at least tlvree d&ys before
the event, announced the
recreation department* .
B GAMES SET MIG TOURNEY
FOR SATURDAY ENTRIES OPEN
SKOOKUMS 1
MEET LANERS
Two AA league cage bat-
tles- are scheduled for to-
night at the Granada high
school gymnasium.
The initial contest at
7 p.m. will "bring together
tiie Royal Araians and the
Lindy Hoops.
Proving themselves to
be one of the top teams in
the AA bracket when they
held the strong Sko c kum
five* to a mere 3-point win
tonday, the Araians are
expected to dump the Hoops
with ease. The Hoops
looked weak in their last
game against the Rockets.
In the second fracas,
the leagued two undefeated
teams, the Skookums and
the Kau Keu Laners, will
it out for the tr
position#
In an exhibition game
played last week "by these
t earns, the underdog Skoo^
kuius came through with ftn
easy, win and established
themselves as the team to
beat.
Tonight, the- Laners will
be pla.ying the role of the
underdogs and will be out
to avenge thP.t previous
defeat. Arith a smashing
win over the Sepol five
tucked under tLeir belts,
the Kau Kau "boys have shown
vast improvement and should
give the Sk*ookuit3s a tough
"battle.
Tiokets for tonight1s
games and other games to
come Tvill be sold at the
7E recreation hall from 9
a,m. to 6:30 p.m* unless
otherwise stated, according
to the recreation depart-
ment.
ASK RETURN
OF CASABAS
Persons who have recre-
ation department bRsket-
balls were to-day requested
to return them to the 7E
recreation office this week
end*
The "baskefballs will te
checked anO inspected. Af-
ter the check-up the balls
will te released to the
holders again, the reereG-
tion department promised.
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