Citation
Granada pioneer, February 11, 1943

Material Information

Title:
Granada pioneer, February 11, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Amache
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

Notes

General Note:
Volume 1, Number 36

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Auraria Membership

Aggregations:
Joseph H. McClelland Collection

Full Text
1
J:+:.
i
::#
i.

.:_
._I::
&
...
_
___
||_

SIGN-UPS TO
BE SPEtDED
Ife
..JI..;,--
:x
rf.'
._
i#A
___
______
___:
__
::.'...^
/-
_ l
I_i$v
Sifc
kilter J. IOioc.el, the
centert s Selective Service
re^istrax today as e d
male residents, I? years
of a§e aixd over, who ha^e
not^et registered xvith the
Arra^, to be prepared with
the following information
%uen they appear for in"
fcervi&MVs:
1. jraft bor.rd number.
£ Last two addresses.
3. iate of voting reg-
istration. ,
4. School record*
5* ar;it/loyment record#
6. Five r ef erences,
prefex^ably Caacasiarii
HThe lack of informal
tion on these six points
have befen slo^ir^ ap the
registration program dur-
iri^ tae past two dajs,if
node said#
Moanwnilfc, Kr*odeX dis
playod another fora, ME4-
126 rcvisca, ^laich will be
filled out by all rosiacnts
wtcu. He emphasized
:^that the saac type of in-
FEB. 6-i'TlS BOY SCOUT WEEK
TOMORROW IS LINCOLNS BIRTHDAY,
S485 WORTH OF BONDS
AND STAMPS ARE SOLD
A short concert bj the senior high school pep band
aided in the sale- of $485 %orth of War bonds and stamps
at the administrative eugss uali Wcdnc&a.'y nooru -
' The sale was part of the Victory concert drive by
the senior arid junior high school irxstrcxrtai departs
monts* They will present the Victory concert at Terry
hall, Feb. 26, 730 p.m.
formation will
lit that time*
be needed
ewspapers
^ %t avorable
The reaction of the na-
txonf b proas to the Arrnj* s
establ islxraent of a Ja^a-
nese-AmeriGan combat tsrm
has been favorable In the
gre^t majority of editori-
al s, compiled by the Wr
department this week.
New York* s two grer.t
dailies, the Times raid
HerrJd TrtooB^the Scuttle
Po&t-Intclli^^-iicer ;,nd the
^ortl.-.nd Orc-£ni-,n on the
Pacific co.r.st; Pvnd 15 others
viewed the Army* s rxtion
f-.vorr.Dl-.
The Wielirig, W. Yr
Iritcliigcriccr ^nd the Fort
Worth, Tex*f Star-Tole^rcm
opposui the \130 of Japanese.


Page
PROSPEC
PIuNSER
Dr# Jilliaxa T. Carstar-
phen, acting chief medical
officer, invites all women
18 yea. s of age and over
wlio are interested in work
as_ purs§4aides to come to
His,, office for interviews
tomorrow morning#
Training cl as ses for
nurseN aides will start in
he near future.*
Dr. Carstarpiien, chief
Gerald A. Duffy$ wiio is on*
sick leave# He arrived
here Fridays ,
The new niedical officer
has been Tihe
hdspital s it uat i oft with Sr.
Carlyle Thompson, 'otiief of
the WHj. medical staff, who
arrived Tuesday*
=:CALENDAR=
medicel ofx'ic^rof the Hoh-
wer relocation project, is
serving as 4ead of the hos
pitalin the absence of Dr,
Cameras May
Be Available
Evacuees desiring photo-
TOMY
6:30 p.m. Am ac h e Little
theater meeting,
7;00 p.m*Movies,12K mess
hall
7:00 p.m.--^ketfcall gnmes?'
7K girls vs.10H girls,;
Kau Kau Laners v Roynl
Araians5 Granada high
gym.
graphs of funeras or wed-
dings msy obtain pemis3in
from the project director
through the reports, office
to use WRA equipment if
services are not available
7i20 j*m.--Movies,11G mess
hall*
8:00 p.m. Wakab^ clu'bmeet-
HEaaiiLinviteij
10E recreation hn]
TOKDl^OW
through the community en-
terprises ? a c c ording to
recent instructions from
Washington.
The negr tive and two
8xl0-inch prints will be
provided*
Dance Tickets
New on Sale '
Tickets for Saturday1s
Valentine dance are now on
7:00. p.m. --Movies j 9K- mess
hall.. .
7t0 p.xr,.Movies,10H mess
hall* . ' .
SEEK 'KEtATIVES
OF DEA'D MAN "
Relatives of the -late
TaraakicM iIakamato3< w ho
died in Gridky, Calif.,
repently, are "being sought
t>y tile public welfare de-
partment *
ietvaarj 11,1343
Hr carried article from
Heart Mountain that read,
^Because of government reg-
ulations ? the tiir-eeirq.eiit
charge for -cashing of evacf
uee £,overnmen'fe dieoks has
been waived, according to
Scott Tag^artysuperintend-
ent of coirinunity enter-
prises/1 .
As a result of the ar-
ticle, questions-were raised
about the 10-cent charge
in this center for cashing
checks#
Henry A Halliri.ay, senior
administrative office!% ex-
plained that there were no
government regulations a-
gaiaat a charge for cashing
government checks However,
tliere is an order from di-
rect or Dillon txiat
wages and clothing allow-
ances can "be paid in checks
only if there is no sur-
char^.e for cashing checks*
An attempt to -pay in
casn was made with the Sep-
teriiber payroll. But "because
of the delay caused tilts
method of payiaent, Ha.1 lxday
felt thp.t nlthouh a sur-
charge existed, workers
would rather peiy the charge
than be made to wait for
thei^ pay. .
Con3e^i^ntly? subsequent^
payments have "b.een made m
checks* And thc^se ch.ecks
cannot /be cashed with JRA
sale at the 7E recreation
office# Tne r*e will "be
held at Terry hall,begin-
ning at S p.m*.
Only couples will "be ad-
mitted to the dance. The
price of admission is 15
cents a couple- Music will
"be furnished "by ,tPancho,t
Sakuma and his orchestra..
ROBERT GKOSS
TWO

WANT A0S-
WANTE]?; A goo used pi-
"cycle, galloon tires'j 26-
inck rilns.. Cpntact Pvi^:
IjLeis, 33Eth 23Gx*t Guard
Co. .: >
WAITED: Sttoaard-siae
electric iron. Kew or used#.
Inquire at 9L-71.
TO Gi Vt

DAY
money since tnis is contrary
to dxninistrative
xiona.
Since'afmrchar^eexistSi
this cost 3 'if not "paid "by
the x)eoples would te¥e to "be
aosorbed oy someone. On
00ntactinf He&rt Fountain,
J-Iallrday learned that the
cormmnity enterprise ^as
ab-sortiing %he cost at that
:center, tf the local co-
operative vjere to assort)
the cost, it would run more
thB.n $H00 a montH
Robert Aross.noted yio-
lirdst, will give two con-
certs on Tuesday at Terry
hail
_ Elementary and junior
high school students will
hear the- first performance
2tlb p.m and high
school studeii1:s and adults
--re to be present at the
second at 3;45 pm.
Student tickets are 10
cents; adult tickets, 25
cents* Tney are on sale
at the three school offic% The iDoard of directors^
end at tiie musicW^partinerts^v^heri elect^ in SH* co-op is to nlDi^FF" the if
Gross, wtl-o has-' t^uired
the United States^was"con-
certmaster of Leopold.Lto-
kowskif s All-iiaerican or-
chestra and was t w i -c e
second-place wiimer of the
National Young Artists1
contests sponsored by' the
cost P-T' not. . A
If anyone is to asort*
the costit would seem to
be tiie WRAs responsibility
for check' payments when
there is a surcharge, are /
contrary to &xx order from/
kyer* This does not- meen
Schubert Memorial and Na-
tional Federation of T^iusic
Clubs.
your.reporter wi quietiy
Jwait forever for his pay;
Khan Komai


February 11,1943___________ PIOKi ------- J?a[,e 3
LORDS8UKG DETENTION HOUSEHOLD
'CAMP LIFE DESCRIbED GOODS HERE
I£rs. Xanemi Ono, who re-
turned recently fxar; a visit
with her father at the a-
lien ir.t- rnment camp in
New Llexico, describes tue
town as laay, easy going,
and typically I.fexican*
were not allowed to
" SKETCHES
A young lady had just
finished del iveri ng her
lecturefabric art and
ornamentation at the Araa*
che Town hall1s first fo-
rm.
As sne raade her way down
* enter the camp and all vis-
iting liad to be done across
,a scrsen in the reception
hall,* she said#
when asked aoout the
norale of the iriternees,
Kis.r Ori^ said taat it is
hi^h, alt ho agn some of txie
men still cannot, *ar.(ierstaad
;vh^ they are being held.
For xecieation tue men
present shibais besides
playing baseball and golf,
which are their favorite
sports. (
Svery month, eaca in-
terrxee is given worth
of coupons with which to
purchase articles at the
canteeiu
k carload of housoiiola
goods belouglrx£ to evacuee3
froiu Cortez and Sacra^en9
was delivered
iu're yesterday,
to owners
ell, property officer, said
today. '
The £-cus, #iicn i^icludca
beongings of £0 families,
arrived this wck ard v^re
unloaded yesterday. The
portior. not waiitc-d evac-
uees will be stored gov-
ernm^rit-reritud war&liasc s
in Lair^ar*
Posts Sports
Editor Visits
the aisle a Caucasian mem-
ber of the junior high
school faculty halted her
and remar iced, "Let me ccm_
gratul ,'ie yoa. I dadnH
believe any evacuee could
speak such perfect -ingi ish.n
Somewhat emoarrassc d,
the speaker repl led, HThaulc
you very much.11
She %as Mrs* Shizae ^a-
tanabe of 8K-12D, an art
instructor in tue education
£lverf>onc is looking for-
ward to being released soon,
or trarisferred to the aew
reunion camp ir: Crystal
City, .Tex- The internees
Bre* anxious, to join their
families ...there Ivts* 0 n 0
concluded#
Jack Car berry, 1 sports
editor and. special no%s-
wi-iter for the Denver Post,
visited txe corjter eanes-
da/ to gather material for
an article,
* de was f scorted
Totulirisonand liai wells.
MAY CLAIM
OWNERS WHO
BANNED AfUICLES LISTED
departmeut. Her eEabarrass-
ment was a reflection, of
her recollection that s-e
knew vsr.'/ little'about the
Japanese language.
TLe first time she had
an opportunity to associate
with Japarese people was
at Pasadena .junior college
where n.et several nisei
students.
She majored in art there
and later took private les-
sons from Hans, Put huff, one
of the foremost nature art-
ists on the West coast,
and fror. the late Geor;>e
Brandriff of Laguna Beach*
She became one of south-
ern California1s leading
decorators %vhile in the em*-
ploj of Ha^ei Hay Davey9
riationp,lly known iriterioi
decorator of Hollv;vood-
Having visited France,
"Jerraanj, Italy, Hawaii, and
most of the large cities
in the United States, Mrs.
Watanabe is quite an a
thoritj on a countless num-
ber of subjects besides
art.
Her extensive travels
have givetx her the right
to say sincerely, "I love
peopie, especially inter-
esting ones
S^go Sako
Garden tools, fire ex-
tinguishers, automobile
tools, ana other goods
Irboled contraband at Santa
iird-ta may now be claimed
by owners at tue Boy Scout
headqui.rters, 10E recrea-
tion hall.
The numbers and names
of evacuees who have not
claimed their belougin^ss
A3, Hideya Uyeda; A14-,
Encuiro Harujarna; A24, S.
Suigio A^5, lahachi hi-
me,da; A84, Cuijoko Kaoota;
A85, Kaj ivliura;109, Xaneo;
174, Shiro Suigi.
A^0u9 Kozami Arimoto;
MOs, Douglas Saito; A21-,
no name; 0E?6# 15asada; A 1asa:.ulci; A2Qbf narrj Ma^
rurrioto*
A09t Masr^ oshi Saicai;
ko^09 no name; rorao
TakiaiiOsni; A 367, George
,vayanito,
M34, no name; A460, J.
Kubota; A^92, Sozo Komachi;
A457, Ikeda.
j%t0b9 iiarrv Fujisaki;
AL10? Shigera Ik^euasu; ac!2,
I# Tani; A-19, G-. Kav^ahara;
A5?0, G. Kmaaara; 5713
Tsi%*i; Cb?7, Sotsao aigashi;
At?9, J. Kubota; A587, T.
Usami; A593, S* Hariaki;
A£94, Suiro Shigi?; AL98,
K. Hishida*
A601, Harr^y Maronoto;
A637, no name; 4648,
Mshida; A689# Charles Mi
y oto; A?9?, Tomosaivuro
Ariuio.
A8?0; Akira Sakamoto
A88b? S Sad A69os M.
Far^a.
Head Change
Delay checks
Evacuees are asiced not
to request changes of family
heads until further notice
is made in the PIONEERp
John 0. iooro, coimselor
for public welfare section,
stated Wednesday.
If requests kbp coming
ir tht c omjjatat ion of
clothirig allowances for
October, November, and" De-
cember %i]1 be .delayed,
Moore oxoiairxed.
!ki Triumphs
In Close Vote
A narrow margin of two
votes re-elected Katsuici
Ik_i to the office of 12G
block: reprc3Giutativfe in a
rim-off balloting Tuesday,
de raceived 70 votes to
Hack Saito*s 6S.


Page 4
?ICMEER
February 11,1943
BENNISON IN
SPECIAL WORK
Warren R. Bennison,
chief of agriculture and
industry, has been called
for special detail work in
the em pi eminent division of
the Denver field office,
announced Project Director
Jamas i. Lir.dley.
3qunison was assigned
to the office because of
his intimei te knowledge' of
farming in northern Colo-
rado and his long associa-
tions with the AJU and
other farm groups.
xha \'IBA is anxious to
see that there is no mis-
representation of fa c t s
and that the relocation of
evacuea farmers is properly
protected by the employment
office, added Lindley.
FAMILIES JOIN
ADMINISTRATORS
Three a dininistrat ion
officials were .joined by
their families recently.
Mrs. Harlow Tomlinson
and son 3illy aarae last
Saturday niglit to reside
in the canter.
Mrs. William Weils and
daughter Carol mov ed in
from Lamar last weok,
Mrs. Vern Campbell and
daughter Huth, who is a P3X
operator on the project,
are moving ia this v,?eek.
Alfalfa Man,
Visits Center
New Disposal
Old, worn-out garbage
cans wera replaced by new
ones last week, said Sani-
tury Engineer Lewis Dakaxi
yesterday* With the nelp
of the personnel using them,
he hopes they will stay
sanitary during the hot
GENUINE
evacuee, or maybe the only
gal in the wi0le Uaited
States, or for that matter
in the wiiole world, to pos-
sess a real gold-plated
fireman1s badge is Susie
Ouomiya of 7H-8E.
All 16 members of the
fire department chipped iu
and presented it to her re-
cently in appreciation for
her many s-.rvices.
"Firo departments on the
outside don1 t have gi-rl
secretaries, which gives
us sane basis for boasting,H
said Jerry M. Sullivan,
associate fire protectrion
officer.
--Edith Kodama
WRITEJ^S
NINOMIYA
ADDS SEVEN
Seven new research as-
sistants have ben added
to the documentation staff
of the reports office^ an-
nounced Toshio Kiaomiya,
chief of the seotion. New
Ralph b. Hoard, manager v/riturs inclufje Yoshio Abe,
of the Denver Alfalfa com- ^ftborge A^ahosh i, Violet
pany, visited the project §^KuQimoto, Masa HaKano, Joe
this \v9qk to sqqk the vOS-
sifeility of obtaining al-
falfa from this region as
in the past, announced the
farm section*
Hoard represents t h a
largest concern of its kind
in this country.
0khda9 Glar8nQ Utyamatsu,
and William Yoshino.
The staff is now cou-
duoting a survey of the
morale and living conditions
of former Amaohe residents
who have'gone out on. per-
maxieut leaves.
/a
Svent
(I_ _
Event SEVMTH-DAY ADVENTIST Time ^ Bqg Hall
Sabbath school 9:00 a ,m. 7G
Sermon SEIOHO HO IYE 10:00 a.in. 7G
Service BUDUHId? ?,;00 p.m* 12G
Adult aorvice OATliOLIG 2:00 7G-120
Mass 7:00 a.nu UK
a ns Arrive
summer months.
Following the recommsn-
daticn of the Ariny, sewage
disposal tanks have been
treated during the past
t-.vo months and the tanks are
operating more efficiently,
Dakan added*
VITAL
BlRfn!S;.
To Mr. and Mrs. George
Kasural Uyeda, 9K-2A, a girl,
in the center hospital,
Feb. 3.
To i.,!r ands. Susumu
Iwanaga, 7K-11E, a boy, in
the canter hospital,Feb.
6.
? Mr. and Mrs. Tad a i chi
Okuiiara, 9K-1B, a girl # in
the center hospital, Feb. 8.
Subsistence
Payments Asked
Evacuees, who are working
for contractors aud who
have received salary pay-
ments this week are asked .
to pay their back stT^sist-^^ ^5
-011^ to H. T. V/eiler, agent
cashier, room 10, north
administration building.
YBA PLANS HIKE
SUNDAY MORNING
Members vjho^ish to take
part in Sunday*s Young Bud-
dhist association Outing
must contact cabinet mem-
bers by tonight, said Mits
Kageniro, vice president t
today.
The hikers will meet at
the 7Q Buddhist hall, Sun-
day, 10;30 a,m., with their
own lunches.
If the weather is not
suitable for the hike, reg-
ular services will be held ,
Kagehiro said.
Takaya-Nakano
Troth Revealed
Last Saturday night, in
t.ie presence of relatives
and close friends, Ivlrs.
3hika Takaya announced tLe
betrothal of her daughter,
May, to Shiro Na'Kano at aa
informal party held at the
home of i'/Ir. and Mrs. Makoto
Am3 i\o.
Both Ivliss Takaya and her
fiance are former residents
of Los Angeles.
The wedding date was
not announced.


INDIANS TQ SEPCL GiKLS
MEET HGLLY^ LOSE. 29-20
FEMMES PLAY
IN OPENER
Meeting for the1 first
time in AA league competi-
tion, the Kau Kau Lasers
and the Royal Araians will
"battle in the feature game
of a ca^e doubleheader at
the Granada high gym to-
night .The opener at 7 p.m.
will bring together the
7K girls and the 10H girls.
To redeem themselves for
.the defeat tagged on them
by the Wiley five last week,
the Amache varsity Indians
will be out to win when
they travel to Holly Satur-
day. The local C team will
also make the trip.
Intensive practice ses-
sions were held by th-4 "boys
this week and they'will "be
in tip-top shape when they
meet the Holly team. In
previous engagements, the
Indian varsity won with,
ease and should repeat its
performance.
According to Coach Hoke,
a return game with. Wiley
will "be played Tuesday at
Wiley. Also, a mstch with
the Springfield high school
cagers, leaders of the
southern division of the
Southern Colorado-Arkansas
.valley league, with 13 con-
secutive wins, is sched-
uled at the Granada gym
next Thursday.
Inouye Leads
'A' Scorers
Mas Inouye of the Dukes,
with £6 points scored in
three games, leads the A
league individual scoring
race, according to figures
compiled from the official
scoretooks of the recreation
department
Other leading point-
makers are:
Nishimura, Zephyrs 25
G. Haioamoto, Aeros 25
J Kawa, Dukes PA
J. Otauki, Sepol 22
J Hamahashi, Zephyrs 22
b. Nogawa, Giants 22
K. Miyoshi, Zephyrs IS
N. TogssJai, Bamblers 17
K* TaKahashi,10H Sues 17
Qm Ishisaka, Esquires 17
G. Yamazurai, Laners 17
J* Yatabe, Aeros 16
J# Ito, Esquires lfc
Led by Libby Tyner, who With a good chance of
amassed BO points, the Gra- going through the first
nada high girls won over half undefeated if they
the Sepol sextette, 29-80, hurdle the rangy Araians
in tiie first gome at the tonight, the Laners will
Mgh school gym Tuesday rely on the steady playing
night* of Yuk Yawata and the keen
The main contest was shooting of Groye Yoshiwaraa
between the "Granada .Bobcats and Mas Okuda to see them
and the Coolidge Bears.
Without their scoring
ace, Annie Yokoyaina, who
left the g aite with a
sprained ankle in the open-
ing minutes, the Sepol girls
couldnH find the "bucket
and trailed at the end of
the first half, 18-4.
In the' second half, the
girls returned with renewed
spirit to take command of
the floor and hit the net
for lb points, while hold-
ing their opponents to 11*
However despite this
scoring, spree it was not
enough to 6tem Granada
higli,s lead* .
Eva Sugiyaina and Norma
through.
The Araians, playing the
role of the underdog, may
pull en upset that will drop
the Kau Kau lads into a
four-v/ay "tie with the Stoo
kums, Ramblers, and them-
selves. If Shig Fukuyama
can control the "backboard,
they may do the trick.
The probable starting
line-up will Laners be: Araians
Yoshiwara P Karatsu
JiolDu . F Ito
Okuda C Fukuyama
Yawata G Kojima, B.
Watanabe G Kurita
The curtain raiser, fea-
turing two girlsf teams,
Hamamoto pre^d the Sepol
girls with 8. and 6 points
respectively*
NO POPS
OR PEANUTS
The recreation depart-
ment requests hat no more
pops or peanuts "be "brought
to the games played in the
Granada gym* The mess left
efter the last game was a
will favor the 7K lassies
in view of their win, in the
firs meeting of ^he two
teams. Khan Komai coaches
the 7K girls, while Jim
Kimoto is the tutor for
the lH girls* 4
Tickets for the games
may be purchased at the 7E
recreation hall* It will
remain open until 6 s 30
tonight
disgrace to the center-saia
the department* >
PREPSTFRS 6ET
SAT>N PANTS
V/hite satin pants with
blue and sold trimmings
were received by the high
school varsity cagers this
week, reports Coach John
C. Hoke*
An automatic timer for
use* in all sports contests
was also purchased "by the
schoolfs athletic depart-
ment.
CAGE MANAGERS
nEET TUESDAY
An important basljet'ball
managers1 meeting will "be
held Tuesday at the 7E
recreation hall, 7 p.m
acccrdingto the recreation
department
Plans for a coming cage
tournament and whether to
continue the present round-
robin schedules in the A
and AA leagues will "be
among the topics to "be dis-
cussed.


Page 6______________________________ PIONEER ____________________February 11,1943
KEC DEmKTMENT tmME
S865 DU KING JANUARY:
A net inccme of ^865#12
tion department during the
to the financial statemeni;
pictures were the largest
The income and expense
INC CM):
was taken in by the recrea-
month of January, according
released yesterday# Moving
source of revenue,
statement*
Movies #1,265.15
Baskettall 165.18
Ping pong tall sale 62.05
Dance 53.22
Total income
EXPOSES i
Office $ 15.43
J.fcvies Urc film rental) 446.26
Athletics 86.52
Play center 26.35
Dance, music and social 29.90
Donation 14,15
Art studio 15.62
Judo 1.32
Postage .73
PA system 44.20
#1,545.60
Total expenses
Net income for January
MINIDOKA.

680.48
865.12
^_3M..
Scouts of Am erica with
special demonstrations and
event s. Contests in knot*
JCBBffiT.-.iWMMIIWOTt ^ r-MMa.'IHM] WUML
I0E-ilS
by Joseph. t^q+.tt
the highest and the low-
est scoring records were
written into the "books in
Sunday^ A league games*.#
the Zephyrs rolled up 48
pts. against Sepol and the
Smokey Stovers barely man-
aged two field goals in 4
quarters against the Diikes*. *
the Ramblers, an AA -team,
also have a couple of neat
scoring records to their
credit.in league play,
they have a high mark bf
73 pts. chalked up against
the Lindy Hoops; and in a
tilt against the Holly town
team at the Granada gymf
they tossed in 84 pts. to
set a new gym record*the
old record was 77#..the
tops in individual scoring
for one game is held by
veteran Tosh Shimizu of
the RamlDlers with 29 pts
the Kau Kau Lan ers
should take tcmights fra-
cas against the Royal Arai*
ans "but not without a strug-
gle, since their sad loss
to the Ckookums earlier in
the season, the Laners have
wised up to the fact that,
they have two good teams
and are now sitting on top.
of the league*..Roger Ye-.
watafs timely subbing may
have something to do with
the improvement#..the Kau
Kau "boys by 10 pts# tonight.
it wouldn*t Id such a
"bad idea if placards de-
noting AA teams would re-
place the Granada and Visi-
tor signs on the Granada
gym scoreboard*rec dept#
please note..*
to Mtch Hashiguchi, a
gentle pat on the head for
his capable supervision of
the center- ping pong tourn-
amnts.* the 11 and 12
blocks have 110 entries in
their' tournament*.. interest
is high-"thanks to Mitch.
the high-riding (until
last week} Amache Indians,
will travel to Holly Sat-
urday night to take on the
Ifolly quintets in two gemes
*.the varsity will sport
complete new outfits and
will also take along its
streamlined, blue and gold
towelbox-on-wheels made "by*
the high school wood shop
..credit for the towel-
"box is given Eddie Jono-
kuchi, shop supervisor*
Poux social halls, for
use of couples, were opened
recently* They are fur-
nished with upholstered
chairs, banquet chairs,
rugs, desks, coffee tables,
pictures, overstaffed sofas,
love seats, and occasional
chairs. A married couple
will be in charge every
evening*
A '^Sweetheart of Mini-
dKa1( contest is now on,
v/ith the winner to be chosen
at the Valentine Dayfs
dance. Contestants will
"be judged on personality,
poise, speech, and "beauty.
J^EROME
Two families, with 13
children each, are the
largest in the center*
Sample pattern books
and materials are now of-
fered to residents for sew-
ing use*
This center also has
the use of a nearby school
gym for its Id a skefball
games.
Clearing underbrush, un-
loading freight cars, end
working on landscaping are
included in the part-time
work being doneby 350 high
school boys on Saturdays.
R0KWER
Saturday the Boy Scouts
will celebrate the 23rd
anniversary of the Boy
tying, first aid, and fire
making will be held#
Over $600 was netted 1b
the in f antile paralysis
drive with the appointed
personnel yand the MP de-
tachment also contributing^
Eleven blocks donated 100
per cent*
A popularity queen con-
test is now under way with
tickets sold at 4 cents
each* The proceeds will
be used to buy athletic
equipment for the center
and toys for the toy li-
fcrai'y.
GILA
A flower shop was opened
by the farm management di-
vision so residents may
have flowers for weddings,
xaemorials, and funerals.
The American Red Cross,
Butte unit, sent 700 pounds
of mo chi and 32 boxes of
artificial flowers the
internees in various caitps*
POSTON .
Volunteer workers are
making ado"be "bricks to
build the schools Block
227 holds the record so
far with 75 volunteers
having made 1448 "bricks.
The oldest worker w&s an
80-yearold man and the
youngest, a 4-year-old boy*



_
^
B IJ





Cr 40.''t? ;4-^'^.._
^'-^.4^|^0
-^^< .
s AU/ KA+^4dL
.'%4 ^c ^IT-*% t'^ c X-SX^^\>^.
.^&\4:41-4
1-t :
<%-At L0/1^'
|:..
|-
XV >
-
_...





y B
"'-^-1V A W
v --.4 r-r'^w-^71
'* >1-^-^'1''
1{'i
-/'-if:,t V_7'')1



?s 'TV fe V- iy/ t u^.
Jii^-.
':-ife e
&1 \lr

>0
t
||1|
^r .--A?
|^^'^^^_-!^^
4
.&13
s^
t^"#, '--^ .f^^7-4"'-r~ 1.^^
-^111]$'-^^'13
^?/4|3"-3^^;:'7.
^-0^'"-"-|^^^^*"431^"^$
3 A V 1 I -,0
1^^1#-1'1-^
>s%S 11/>+--\^.)11.^\.'0'^
--*
11.1!'.4?:'/£.
_|--..,|^^-'.<0)
}.=..V''0
}-/=-".^^^313 11^-3.4?^^^^^^
^\|.^^-11^^-^\'^^
, 1^1 Q \ :1
.
GX..A'-11.
1'T ....
{ ^ .^Kv 1^. -:.rli.i.-/
G^"/^-~4,
0@&---------,
.)^s'^h r
o>iVA K----.,
Â¥:%.MnHhh A
0?! nM
0--^

I

-*.^
^.-
^ AJ
4:!
.^v |1: J l^1\ L--------- h -
$ t 3 QJ'A
1^}3\0$.
".1&^^,--^^
$ ^1,-->:--^^^."^*^01*]1
$''"''^^
vx^!r-^'
$"^T"^.-"-I
A^^.--7##^--t-v'5VT>v-' f.)
-----------------^
rI_.£:1fid



11-\\--'/
-'4-
^"'^*^'''^^."^^"'-
.S'^.^9
.3 V..
'


KEY TO TRANSLATION
1* Agriculture
t 2 Shoe rationing
3* Art Exhibit
! 4. Jiu Jitsa
1 Person sought
6. Directory
'7#> Birth
]8. Wartime Tokyo
! 9* Outside employment
j 10.'Surveyor
I ll*'Wak:at)a meeting
12. Buddhists
jar5(
|.-fiIs?<
'1^^1=^^
^cn {...^'} *-|..|--
^srtaT
.0^-
^:^"-!:^^-^
A?T. ^~.^_--1
7# Vr4i-\ltx"0
wi?( H.).^
^^fslist:Lr-/T
. > 1-^t,-
^ ^ nf;o
51'^^^6 4
.-S.'0
3
,
OI
eT

1

'71113^^
^#|^/!<^^->"
^'|1^3|1|1^4#'
7sifl '.0^>^!1
'A^^:-^/---'
Vi r^^'.V^' 2^t- >5i!
11.5.C12-. 6./.*.+ ?.~>
§..'1£1:'|-
^

!
^--7|'^o--.,<'^\
| ,-'f d.^^Mti;.* C
3
'^:f


V' S*.^^-t
.9i
.|1.|-||.>(1'-<*
V >>..i- iX-*1 6..,^^C ;^.
t?t-^^ j 4rt-tiJ^J.>\£ i "^ j "^T^-^^ ^i^''~^<'.r-^
-|1>-
tc .:;~^^^ilt?4iae f w
tt'J '';>-!..-
7?t-f-#5?.s?A^v Ltt t7)t<-
' Li.A '
4<£>''.^4'^<''
.?)fi-a-:
^<0.'.|^|£$
9 'V-^.^-^^
^fF^^o--'<^,vAt?i>'r
t ASV5i
.^<2
:%^t?1Ce
-> >t* .-T *, "
~. -p CT'X V
1^'-KC
1£.-/^^1<^^*>2^
-^1-
^|-+9
.-7.0-^^1
vtan-v~ j 0M ~~r-.^..^At
rA^,^i-M..-\!, s^
J '^s'.#?
' 1-A 3 w
-^^^^^-^. i
^^^^^-^
vw^>5^-
'6^ *^^#^^--*^
,1
^"^^
'c*^i^'*"
---V^
-/"
13'00
"r-
'1;$$>
-^
agr^^
?,3i
1r--V4 %
-^'-.-LC

V 'IIACD


'\3
E
^-,u'--^''v
-^ST 1- 1#5.?.
->-#-7,-../.37-
<^-.-|.
3. £ .'I nr^lv
1 A ,i1tl< "^ i^c 3
V1>,>0?:'
^i!o § wE^r-m
.b f'.
a3>-^|-£?-.
A i'.§
c-^4:
t .f^2)-C-H
-^-Lt?^^.4
5 ,
rQ /
^cu^e"
tt"re^
+Â¥1#,1
^^r-. 44 0
"_
"^
tV 5^