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Granada pioneer, February 13, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, February 13, 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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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 37

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University of Florida
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Auraria Membership

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Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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Amaclie, Colorado
,February 13,1943
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START lC:DAf
CAMPAIGN .
rme say it was caused ty gremlins; others aay no.
Bu^ sonsbo^v^ as military police were attempting
to ,vor the ?iag at sunr.et yeirbeydaLincolns birth-
day 1;::6 ix^lyaro "aroke and 'ihe Flag raced to the top
of ii9 90- f ^oi pcli
A search aiiiong the 150 MPa failed to produce
a mah wu s^ale tiie hei^irc..
Po theix* prfidjcarar'rib, uisei firemen stationed
across the a'Lreet volur^-jer^i their services. A 30*
foot wes placed a&artnct the wravinf^ ice-cold
steoi pole, and Hiroshi riEo^se%; TadalaiiLa^ Compan/ 1*8
engin-ser hxi6 driver, began the perilous ascent *
Twice be failed,, a .
:Barefoctved^ frith, a. ropo serving as an improvised
safety beltSihe made a third try,. This time hia ascent
wae bIo^ "but steady,. He reached tho top^ grubbed tiic
rope and the I'lag- and returned safely to the ground-
^All in a dayfs v^ork/1 says J?H.orse,n /*Ifm always
glad to "be of service to my countiT in any capacity#n
Registration of all res-
idents^ 17 years of age
a^i.3 ever> have not yet
reeiBt-eTe4 ^ill e started
ty tho xifexx
Th.e i¥PJi ,?5.11 be^ aided
"by the military which
will be present for the
next few vs/eeks to induct
o BBy to ohsiige
taajr Mncls end volunteer.
RasUionta of Blocks B23
63 LQ 6Hf 71,7FS 7G, 7Hf
?il* ana 8K v^ill be regis-
all next week st thG
7H recreation Mil between
thu hours of 8 a.m* and
4,30 p.m* Other bio cks
register,later.
COMMUNITY MIXER
PLANNED# MONDAY
Thu reGreation depart-
merit will sponsor a com-
irunity gethex* at
Terry hall Monday between
7 and S p.m.
Games and c ommuuity
singing will "be featured.
\^\LTH£R TO
GIVE TAI..K
Herbert E. Walther, prin-
cipal of tlie center .]unior
high school and prtrident
of tiiu Cplorsdo Instr"urnanM
tal Directors* Associationf
will sp^f-ik over n t :l on
KA in Bfinvcr tomorrow at
BthB a.m Araeciicva Xictory
concert ^ill be mcxitionecU
A chert er membership
drive for the imaclie Con-
sumer Biterpriaesj Inc
Pill ptart Monilay and con-
tanue for 1/: .J:i:y s, accord-
to '2 II- P..nicrn, as-
soc:ratr < :: enter-
prices ,- j.^r}.uendent.
A if'XU scrip boK will
be ^ivento^each of the two
blocks securing the great-
est number of meters and
tiie largest annunt of cap-
ital reBpectively* Each
of_ the two secondplace
dinners will t)e ^iven a $5
scrip "book.
A progress of the cam-
paign will "he shown on the
t.ac;mometer chart whxo h
will te made by the com-
xaerciai department of the
consuruer stores*
Aiter tne drive, m.embers
m eacn 1^1 will elect a
representative tp serve on
the r*oruxnatiug corraittee*
-Tliis feioup choose nine
noiainees for cj.dchion to
the permanent Ijoat'C of di-
rectora w!;ich will succeed
tme present organisation
cjormitte^'
ccnsumeu 'imtRpmt .
scheduled
Co-op m§erfci:n^s vil; be ii.Id in nLl blocks next wo&k
at 7 p.nu announcod B. K* Runcorn, associate coBMunity
tanterpriscs supurintend^nt.
The block managers,o constitirte the mfeorsMp
001rimitof the Muxahe (Jonsuxu&r Bnterprisfes, Inc
will GOBduct tlio moetinga* Tacy v;ill soli shares from
3 to .IpO to residents at that time. s
Tho meetings
Team Mon. Tuca* Wod. TiiUT3* Pri- Sat
I ?d 8G 8P HE 6H ?P
II UK 6F 1EK 10H 61 ?S
III SH 9K 7K 8K 6G 9L
IÂ¥ 101 11F 12E 120 SE 8E
V 1£P ' 7H 11H' 12H 11G
VI Apoin.t&d personnel*


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PIONEER
February 13,1943
HIGH SCHOOL CO-OP PAYS
DIVIDENDS TO MEMBERS
Members of the senior
high school co-op will "be
the first Amache residents
to receive dividends when
their board of directors
"begins distribution Monday.
More than 350 sharehold-
ers will get 4 per cent in-
terest on each share plus
a 23 per cent refund on all
Hana Uno, Gir/Teserve
secretary for the center,
returned recently from a
trip to tke Lordsl)urg in-
ternment camp in New Mexi-
co after a brief visit
with h er father who is
purchases at the school
store*
Co-operative stores are
also supported "by the ele-
mentary and junior high
students.
The grammar school co-op,
under the guidance of Irma
McCart, was the first of
the three to "be organized
It has a mem'bersliip of over
300.
The junior high school
co-op, advised "by Harry
Naka and Richard Suzuki,
took sn Inventory of their
stock yesterday. It is lo-
cated at
Jobs Open in
Trinidad Again
SOLDIERS:
Pfc* George Omokawa,
Pvt. Toshi ro Migishima,
Pvt.Hideo Ashida, Ft, Y/ar-
ren Wyo,; Cpl. Fred Kawa-
minami, Pfc. William T*
Yamadera, Pfc* Frank K.
Ogawa, Pfc. Harvey Shimada,
Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.
S^t.Tatsuo Suzuki, Camp
Crowder, Mo.; Cpl. Tim No-
miyama, Cpl. Franlclin Kita-
hara, Pt. Leonard Woodj Md.;
Pvt. HolDoru Ashida, Camp
Robinson, Ark.; Pvt. Fred
Hirotnni, Caiup Wolters,
Tex.
Pvt. No'buyoshi Kano,
Camp Hale, Colo.; Pvt.
William Q, Yamaka, Camp
Grant, 111.; Cpl* Tsugio
Nishida, Fort Bliss, Tex.;
Cpl. Buck Hiroto, Pfc. Kezuo
Nakahira, Camp Phillip,
Kan.
interned there*
Y-
Entertainment plans for
the Washi ngton^M err y do -
Round, Y social scheduled
for next Saturday, were
made "by the Twenteens and
Delta Vs at last nights
meeting in the Y office.
Y~
Visiting soldiers were
entertained Tuesday by the
Twenteens. Special guests
were Mr, and Mrs. Harlow
Tomlinson and son Billy and
Inez: Neill, former instruc-
tor who is now with the
WAVES.
Y
Advisers of the various
Girl .Reserve clufes sre asked
to meet at the Y office,
1 p.m. tomorrow*
-Y-
Timber operations in
Trinidad ar open again
for 75 rnenwith leave clear-
ances, said Mario Vecchio,
outside placement officer*
There is al^ an opening
in Denver for two aasist-
ant dentists, he added*
Those who are interested
are asked to contact the
employment office in the
brown "building north, of
the administration offices.
_____PIONEER_________
Published Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays
by the WM and distrib-
uted free to each apart-
ment* Editorial office:
PIONEER "building, Amache,
Colo* Telephone; 63.
CIVILIANS:
H*W.G-ibson, Wayne Lang,
LeRoy Jensen, Granada; Rev#
and Idrs.A.SaHlessman, La-
mar; H. !) Jeffries, Rocky
Ford; Sam Mayeda, Kimiyo
Mayeda, Tenichi May e da,
Michiko Mayeda, La Junta;
Mrs. E. E* Cooper, Garden
City*
Jane MIsa Yokoi, Mary
Kuriyama, Jim Higuchi, Jim
Ota, John A. Foote, Clark
G-arman, Mrs. Prank Cary,
Kenzo Minobe^fin Mochizuki,
Amy tfa*tana"beTed Wataxiabe,
Francis Shoda, George Numa-
guchi, Harvey Mitamura,
Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane K*
Cooper, Hutchinson, Kans.;
Shunji George Kashiwagi,
Mitsuo Keshiwagi, Hunt,
Idaho.
The Blue Triangle will
meet 01110rrow at the Y of-
fice at 1:30 p.iu. Presi-
dents and members-at-large
of the GR clubs are asked
to "be present.
Y
Harriette Morikawa and
Isako Sugiyama, co-chair-
men for the Washington-
Merry-Go-Round social, will
preside over the planning
committee meeting today at
2:30 p.m. at the Y office.
Y-
Alice Suzuki, Y secre-
tary, returned Wednesday
-Duke Bryson of Knippa, Tex., secured grazing rights
to approximately 700 acres of grazing land on tlie XY
ranch until May 1.
At present, 500 head of beef cattle, yearlings and
two-year-old steers shipped directly from Mexico, are
grazing on this land. Their pasture is being supple-
mented with cottonseed cake.
George Myake and his crew have repaired six miles
of fences and will continue until approximately 2000
acres of pasture land will "be available. Wells are
"being repaired and put into operation to provide water
for the cattle. Plans called for two wells for each
from a YiYCA seminar in Den-
ver. Also attending the
conference from other cen-
ters wereKiyo Sato and Mrs.
Ainy Nose from Heart Mountain
and Stella Yorose from
Minidoka.
pasture*
The WRA hopes to purchase several hundred head of
feeder cattle during March and April to augment its
present stock. .
Young men interested in raising "beef cattle are in-
vited to work on the "beef cattle project.
Come on, you cowboys!


Pebruaxy 13,1943__________________.VTC ^------
Commuity Counc^i 6ivos
Support to Co -operatsve
We, hlie Community council of the Granada relooa-
tion center, do hereby announce that we have approved
of the inoorporation and proposed by-laws of the
^Amache Consumer Enterprises, Ino# as prejparod
by tha incorporation committee, members of
were eleoted by our oody*
In addition wo wish to publicly anncunoa that we
have instructed this committee to launch the initial
membership drive Immediately upon the completion and
distribution of the Japanese translation of the pro-
posed by-laws of the oo-operative. At the termination
of this membership drive, th temporary board of
directors,who have also boen oleote<3 by the Community
oounoil,will dll the first membership meeting, at
ich time th9 permanent board Of directors will
elected by the members*
Tlio wAmaohe Oo-operativo Enterprises, Ino. has
thus been organized for the benefit of this community
through months of oonsoientious effort aud study by
tho members of tb incorporation oommittee. All re-
sidents, therefore, are urged to support it and in-
sure its suooess by boooming members*
COLEMUTY COUNCIL OF Tl^
GRANaDA RELOCATION GEOTER
NEW CLASSES
TO START
Persons wishing to at-
tend night Glasses in plane
or solid geometry, begin-
ning or advanced geometry,
and oaloulus were today
asked by the adult educa-
tion department to register
at the 8H laundry room*
Classes in radio, ela-*
montary eleotrioity f stnd
magnetism will also "be
formed if teaphers oau be
found,the department said*
Persons with teaching e*x
periencQ in physios or
ginesring, and journeymen
eleotricians or eleotrioal
engineers i n tereeted in
omployment are invited to
interviews by the night
sohool prinoipal in the 8E
laundry room.
MU TO TAKES J08
AT UTAH COLLEGE
Sam Muto is leaving the
center this month to assume
his duties at the Agricul-
tural E^eriment station of
theUtah State Agricultural
college in Logan* Utah,
iluto,served as tem-
porary blooU representative
from 9H, is a graduate of
the Agricultural college
of the University of Cali-
fornia at Davis* He is
formerly of San Farnaado,
Calif., where his family
was well known for pioneer-
ii^ in hortioultura.
FORUM DRAWS
LARGE CROWD
A capacity orowd at-
tended the Amache Town Hall
forum sponsored by the Col-
lege oounoil last week,
announced Hid00 Ihara, di-
rector,
Samuel (Jordon, night
sohool director, who was
moderator for the evening,
and the three shakers on
the panel,Joe Fujikawa,
Catherine Lague,and Shizuo
Watanaba, who Bpoke on the
possibility of 0 resting
homes out of barrack rooms,
presented "on of the best
affairs ever put on at the
0011ter,11 according to Paul
J. Terry, suporintend'ent
of aduoation*
February 20 is the last
day on which aannect goods
may be sold throughout the
nation, Ken Itot manager
of the grocery storo, an-
nounOQd Thursday*
The store here still has
a fairly large stock of
oarmotS fruits, vog^tables,
mill soups,and baby food.
But. after the 20th, sale
of oanned goods will b&
frozen, Ito emphasised*
Delivery of goods which
are bought in oasc lots
will bo mad& within a woak
___________________Page 3
15 CO-OP
BOOKS HEKE
As a belated Christmas
prosont, tho Macho Consum-
er Enterprises r ocently
received 15 books about
the co-operative movement
from a young people's re-
ligious group i& Colorado
Spriag3 The *boo*ss are to
form a nucleus of a special
co-op section in the 8H
public library*
Two of th^most scholarly
books In the collection are
Co-operative Democracy,
by Dr* James P, Warbas8ef
and ^Sweden, tho Middle
Way,'1 by Marquis Childs*
Th Morala of Democracy,"
byCongressmanJerryVoor-
his of California, Is a
series of aidressaa made
auringthe 26th anniversary
of tho founding of the Co-
operative league of America,
Three novels, ,!Presh
Furrow^11 ^Paddy the Cop,H
and ,f7he Brave Years,11 are
included*
Other boolcsi
!,The Lord Helps Those
Who Help Each Other/1 by
Bertram 3# Fowler,
Hr?ie Peopled Business ,n
by Joshua K Bolles*
MDemoc ra oy1 s Second
Chanoe,n by Boyle*
^Masters of Their Own
Destinyrrt by Father Goacly*
Co-operatives in Amer^
icaT'f by Cowling.
rtA Doctor of the People,H
by Shad id.
"Co-operatives as a Way
of Peace, Probi ofGo-
opQratioxi,^ by Vterbassa,
,fThe Story of Tomplcins-
villefM by Arnold.
Go-opration and Na-
tionality,11 by Goorge Bus-
8911 (A£).
'EHCAMAS^ CHOSEN
AS 76 CLUB NAME
f,Ehcamasn wa s chosen
for their olub name by the
7G young peoples group at
their Wednesday meeting*
President George Marumoto
appointed a oommittee to
plan improvements on their
blocks appearance, in-
cluding new curtains for
the mess hall*
SALE OF CANNED GOODS
TO BE STOPPED FEB. 20
or 10 days* No broken
oases will b deliverod,
aooordiug to Ito*


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PICMEEB
February 13,1943
TE:

ONS ABOUT CO-OHLKAJIVMS-
oy E. K. Runcorn, associate enterprise superintendent
1.',71iy have a co-oper- sary. Thus, a fev; would
a4-iv-;- in A.5aac];e? really run the co-op.
oot\ rot'aras 5. Do membarship cer-
T,profitsM to everyone in
proportion to his trade,
?hoso savings are exem^
rr c.; ivj.ue a.v.
b, The co-op helps ev-
ery family to save and to
ovm more.
c, Co-opQration is a
plan of business wnich will
bu helpful in the post-war
period.
d* Crovorniii^nt stores
would be patornalistic, and
private business here would
bo unfair.
2, Who may join?
Anyone in this oomi-nunity
axcapt blocked nationals,
.How does one become
a member?
By signing an application
card and by buying at least
one cert if icate of moraber-
ship for $5.00 cash or pat-
ronagd savings orodit,
4. Wny are mer.bershijj
certificates of4red for
sale at |5.00 oaoii?
A business of $40,00.0
to $50,000por iionth oaiuiot
be operated successfully
with loss capital from its
u^mbors. One-dollar moni-
bers would not bo inter-
ostod enough to participate
iutulligently. With loss
capital from many members,
largu loans from a few mon-
b^rs would becomo nocos-
txficates bear interest?
Yes, certificates may
bear interest not to exceed
6 per Gent if recommended
by the board of directors
and voted by the merriber-
ship.'
6. Hov will patronage
savings be determined?
All customers will,be
urged to purchase scrip
"books, and individual pat-
ronage records will be re-
corded according to sales
of scrip books rather than
from thousands of cash reg-
ister slips* After 10 por
cent for reserve and 5 per
cent for educational fundg
are set aside, 85 ^er cent
of trie net savings for the
period shall be apjoortioned
according to scrip book
purchases if recommended
by the board and voted by
the members,
7* Why does a oO-op
sell at orevailing market
,prices?
a A co-op, t hrough
patronage savings, actual-
y does sell at cost, plus
enough to build a reserve
to maintain membership cer-
tificates at par.
b. Actual cost .cannot
he accurately estimated at
the time of sale.
c. Cut-rate prices invit,o
hostility 1 ox' comyo'orb
am wholesalers alike; e-
liminate the possibility
of patronage savings; pre-
vent the building of ade-
quate reserves to protect
meniberships at par value,
or to provide for expansion;
and eliminate funds for
educational p urpos es to
increase mumbership.
d. Sales at less than
competitive rates invita
price wars which have oftn
boon fatal to co-o*oeratives
which violate this rule.
e. Qo-operatives,like
any other businesses t oan-
not be financially sound
if operated on a hand-to-
mouth policy of cut-rate
pr ices*
8. \\Tno may vote?
Any member 18 years of
age or older.
9. Who ill be respon-
sible for the oo-op?
An elected board of nine
people,nominated by a nom-
ination conmittQQ represent-
ing mombers in oach block,
or nominated from the floor
of the general mombarship
meeting.
10. IIow can the co-op
bo drssolvcd fairly?
a, 3y paying its d9hts
and expenses,
b. By returning to the
merabers the par value of
their membership certifi-
cates and the amount of
patronage savings creditod
to thoir accounts*
g. By distributing any
reserve among those patrons
who hav been members or
sutiscr ib'ors at any time
during the past threo years
on the basis of patronage
during that period.
Tom Parker WSA photog-
rapher, is now taking pic-
tures of the registration
and its fjrocedure hero,
e
Harold L. Byrd and Asa
A.Smith, dt oper ty auditors
from the V/EA Washington
office, spent throe days
at the Granada project last
week.

Tho Hawaiian musical
group knovm as Brush Aral
and his Kanaka Boys has
Changed 'its nam^ to Brush
Arai and his Aloha Soro-
naders*
li5i CAOW §HffW Blf
CO
JMNWMKW
A surplus and not gain of more than f 1500 was ro-
ported in tho community ontorprise balance sheet for
Jan. 31 roleased yosturday by Kondall Smith, suporin-
t^ndant,and Tak ?ada9 chief aooountant. The statement:
ASSETS
Cash on hand f 4056,17
Cash in banks 660.18
Accounts rooeivablo 223.94
Iavontory at cost 69826.54
Pr pa id insurance 286.82
Storb fixtures and Equipment 10181.92
Offioo oquipmont 961.46
Auto-truok 473.80
Total assets $ 8,66 70-83
LIABILITIES AI'IU LJET WORTH .
.-icoounts payable wholesale | 59771,60
Accrued salaries and clothing allowances 2496-10
Accrutjci rant, 7/HA 1669*70
Accrued Colo, sales and service taxes 501.99
Aj.jtuoJ federal excise tax 52.47
Zquipmdnt contracts payable 6456.17
Surplus 10803,15
"let gain, Jan,1 to Jan. 51,1943 4919.65
Total liabilities and not worth $ 86.670.83


Fobruary 13,1943,
PIONEER
Pago
AMAC H E
BUDDHIST
N i

YP HIKE
A hik t o tho Ar Kan's as
river at 10:30 a.rn. tanor-
row is planned by tho Bud-
dnist young pucplofs group.
Every member of the hiking
party is askdd to bring his
own lunch. Th group will
assbmbltj at the 7G- Fuddhist
hall.
If the hiKG is called
off bucause of had weather,
the roguar young people's
services will be held at
2 at the 7J and 12G
Buqdhist halls.
CABINET MEETING
A talk by Henry Sliimizu
on the recent JACL confer-
exice held in Salt Lake Ci-
ty will feature tha regular
YBA cabinet meeting on
Feh. 21.Cabinet meotings
are held on the last Fri-
day of Qvery month.
REV. GOLDWATER
Rev. Julius troldwater,
a Buddhist priest of Los
Angeles, is expected to
visit- this Ggnter in March.
Bev. Goldwater is in charge
of tiie central liontzvanji
in Los Angeles and is cur-
rently aiding evacuees with
storage problems.
:
::f £ S:SXmMI3
5vent
PL02ZSTANT
Sunrise prayer
Sunday school
Japanese service
Snglxsh service
BUDDi-IS2
Sunday school
SS teachers meet
SLIC:0 NO I YE
Service
^SEICHO NO I YE
SERMON TOPIC
"Cur Gratitude to GoJn
will be tiie topic of a ser-
mon to ba delivered by
Unosuke Kara ts u at rue
Seicho No lye service to-
morrovy. f
Tliursday eveniugrs ser-
mon topic was "The Spirit-
ual Truth of Life.M
1C AT H O LIC
Time Bee }*ll-
^ ting 6:15 a.n*i.. 7G-12a
3:45 a* la. Terry hall
104 00 a.m: 7II-10L
1.0:15 a. m. Terry hall
meeting 7:00 p.iiu Terry hall
meeting 7:00 p.ra. 8II-11L
9:00 7G-12G
10:30 a.rri. ' 7G-12G
7:00 12G
IYE PROTESTANT,..
FATHER. LAVtRY
Father Hugh Lavary of
the Los Angelas ^iaryUnoIl
miss ion is due for a visit
to this center sj!ortly*
MORNING SERVICE
Bev. Akira Kuroda will
present a sermon on HTh6
Basis of Life11 at t}je morn-
ing worsliip service tomor-
ro\v. Bev. Ohiaki Kuzuhara
will act as chairman for
the meeting.
DEBATE TOMORROW
A debate will be hald
at the high school group
meeting tomorrow evening,
NOTICE
All cl.urch groups are
urged to contribute news
items for this page.
UMPPi¥NCf ff
.SlfD BW III

by Mabel Andow, librarian
One of the most essen-
tial parts of an adequate
educational program is the
library. Through the li-
brary can he taUglit all
the uiany skills involved
in independent r q s earcii
and the valuable use of
leisure ti.ae, as well as
an appreciation of good
reading materials.
Tije library provides an
inexpensive method of mak-
ing a large variety of rna-
terials available to largo
numbers of people at all
economic and social levels.
Instead of purchasing many
copies of individual books,
the library method canmatce1
possible the buying of mar.y
single copies of books 4 to
be read by many Individuals
31 a very low total cost.
IN CENÂ¥iR
ElWCDCW
Tiere is a great deal
of evidence that juvenile
delinquency is reduced
children make usa of li-
braries, Beading books at
home or in the library
keeps many children off
the streets. This is es-
pecialVy 'Luportant at Ama-
che where recrea.tiOixal fa-
cilities are very limited.
People of foreign cul-
tures become Airer icanized
more rapidly tiirough
the reading of fiction and
other materials reflecting
our way of living.
The present supply ^ of
books in the Amache school
and public libraries is
very inadequate. In the
elementary, junior Jiigli,
senior high, and adult li-
braries comtined ere are
only about 2 0 0 0 books.
Many of these are discards
donated from private li-
braries and have little
valus. This small number
cannot, by any stretch of
the imagination, meet the
basic educational and rec-
reational needs of 7500
oeople whose private li-
braries are practically
non-existent. This is very
evident when one realises
that the small number of
hooks available reached a
circulation of more than
5300 during the. montli of
'January.
Not nearly enough has
been spent 0111ibrary books
for school and public use.
If the number of hooks could
be increased, itvould pay
dividehds in improved mo-
rale ,decreased delinquency,
add ed Arnericar-ization, and
worth-while wartime educa-
tion*


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I am very fond of the
company of ladies;! like
tbeir "beauty, I like
their delicacy, I like
tlieir viracity, oad I
like their silence* ,.
Samuol Johnson
SAM JOHNSON WONT LIKE IT
We chuckle over the fact
that the Minidoka ffsweet-
heartn contest qualifica-
tions list "speech be'fore
"beauty
NOW WE KNOW
It was on this we6kfs
"breeziest day* The wind
was whipping about this
girl like mad, and occasion-
al gusts of wind made her
coat-front fly open* And
this,11 she explained sole
ly, ,fis whatfs known as a
fly-front coat *ft
THANK3, PHOM US
From the Feb. 7 issue
of the Los Angeles Times,
this swell item"Sending
a package of scouting his-
toricals to Japanese Girl
Scouts in the Heart Moun-
ain relocation center was
one of the first projects
of a newly organized Chi-
nese Girl Scouts of Los
Angeles# We felt that in
this way we could "best ex-
press our conviction that
in Girl Scouting there^are
no racial Carriers, ex-
plained Julia K. L* Chung
leader of tlie new troop,.n
ptHEWINSAKEj
This weekf s most laugh-
able sight was that of a
female character carefully-
tearing off sections of a
roll of Delsey (that Klee-
nex product) and handing
them out among various cro-
nies with tihe coiranent
nThey were out of Kleenex
*.ianf t ths wonderfulT-*. *
its just as soft as Klee-
nex. t-would you like some
for your nose...?n
QE-(Ml
We asked for it3 ana
now you're going to get it
an all-le-staffed PIO-
NEER: ^esda;^ s the day*
B( et ween) ,U(s) G( i r Is)
helpfully suggests as a
substitute head for this
dept, either luu.nu or
iD.u.b. You guess what the
Initials represent.
___-__PICNE1R_____
STUDENTS GET
RECEPTIONS IN
MByme Kishi and Roy Ha-
ji center residents who
left recently for college
in North-field, Miim., are'
receiving genuinely frigid-
ly receptions, according
to Herbert Walti^er, prin-
cipal of the center junior
high school*
WEST COAST
NSKC OFFICE
TRANSFEKRED
Y/ork of the National
Student Relocation council
office in San Francisco
was today transferred to
1201 Chestnut street, Phil-
adelphia, Pa*,, according
tq an announcement from
Theodore R* Bodine, West
coast ditector, this week.
.At 'the same time, the
council announced that the
World Student service has
offered financial aid of
10,000 to Japanese-Artieri-
can studexrts who arebeing'
relocated in easteru col-
leges. -Dr# Brank Fulton,
who addressed a meeting
sponsored ty the College
council early this week,
la a rqpreseixative of the
World Student service.
HEAD 'CHEfS LEARN
RATIONING RULES
Ted Tanaka and Norman
Satow, assistant project
stewards, "explained newest
rationing rules at a meet-,
ing of .chlef cooks, .Tuesday*
night,. Toyo ji Eonno'spoke
oil the importance of rais-
ing vegetal)!es. on the center
farms.
TAX CLASSES
Free clinics on income
taxation and the prepara-
tion of federal income tax
returns are now "being, con-
ducted at the adult educa-
tion center every Tuesday
and Thursday at 7 , an-
nounced Paul J* Terry,
superinteMent of educat ion
Only general infomation
will be given out "by the
high school teachers who
are assisting in this serv-
ice* They; should not "be
requested to fill out, or
assist in. filling out, any-
onefs return# ..Terry addedf
_______ February 13,1943
FRIENDLY
MINNESOTA
Walth.erfs frieri Rev*
Robert Rasche, minister of
the Northfield Congrega-
t ional-Bap tist church,
writes, "One of the nicest
tilings about the reception
of Japanese students at
Carleton is the initiative
which one of the Chinese
students, Frank Chen, from
Tientsin has taken to
introduce the evacuee new-
coners to campus life.
Mayme Kishi, who was vo-
calist and director of the
choir here, and physical
education instructor at
the ianache junior high
school, is attending St.
Olaf college.
Roy Hamaji, who was fea-
ture writer of the PIONEER,
president of. the Imache
Little Theater, and member
of tke College council, is
finishing his studies in
Ikiglishat Carle ton college.-
Many Leave
for College
According to Estelle
Hoshimxya, secretary of
the College council, tiie
following students have
"been granted leaves this
week to continue their ed-
ucationin the sohools men-
tionedj
Iwao Harada, University
of Cincinnati; Albert Ishi-
hara^ University of Denver;
Lafayette Noda, Ifendle Hill,
Wallingford, Pa,; Ran ko
0gawa? -Hsmline, St, Paul,
Minn#; Ken Soda, Weber Col-
l^e,. Ogden, Utah,
Grace M,Takata, Trapha-
gen School of F a shion,
N* Y.; Mi ye Yamasaki, Uni-
versity of Maryland, Col-
lege Park, Md.; Grant S.
Noda, Brigham Young Univer-
sity, Proto, Utah; Yasuko
Madckoro, Colorado State
College of Education, G-ree-
ley, Colo*
FRIENDS OF DEAD
MAN ARE SOUGHT
Information is requested
by Project Director James
G# Lirxdley as to whetker
Komiyama Kucmji, Japanese
ward of the government, who
died Oct. IS,1942,. in the
Sacramento county hospital,
has any friends here who
would take care of the dis-
position of the ashes. Rec-
ords show no next of kin#


Pet.
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333
000
AA LEAGUE
Hoyal Araians O
Kau Kau Laners o
Ramblers >
Skookums 2
Boctcets 1
Hoops 0
Hogging the cage -spot-
light tomorrow on various
center oourte will be six
A League g^mes.
In Divisioa I,tha three
league leaders, the G-iants,
Hoyal Araians, and thQ 1£E
Bamblers, each with two
wins and one loss, will at-
tempt to remain ia the top
bracket by brushing off
their respeati/e opponentsf
the Du^es, Smo..ey Stovers,
and the Kau Kau Laners.
In the second division,
all eyes will be focused
on the undefeated Delta Es-
quires, who will face the
hot-and-oold Aero quintet
led by sharpshooter George
Haiuanoto.
Should the Aar os win,
the skies will be thrown
into a three-way tie with
tij Zephyrs and tl/e 1011
Buccaneers, This is if the
Zephyrs and the Bugs also
corae throughwithi victories,
Hore1 a where theyUl
play;
At 8G-Kau Kau Lanors
vs,12E Bamblers' at 1'30
p.m.
Aoros vs,Dalta Esquire3
At Bli--Boyal Araians vs
SmotCQy Stovers*
Argonauts vs. Zephyrs
At 6F--Criants vs, DuUes
Buccaneers vs. Sepo 1
Ramblers.
On the 8G court today
at 1:30 p.m,, the Kau Kau
Lanars will meet the Smokey
Stovars in a postponed game*
The Laners should have
no troubla in winning*
'TANimNir----------
With the Kau Kau Laners
toppled from the ranks of
tlie undefeated by the Hoyal
Araians, the AA leagtie has
been thrown into a wida
open race of four teams for
the ohampionship crown*
Two of the leading aon-
tenders ,the Skootoms and
the Ramblers, will me e t
Monday night at the G-ranada
high gym In a game that
should be a thriller,
Tlie %vell-balanced Skoo
kums are expected to take
down the Bamblsrs^but only
if they can keep Tosh Shi-
mizu, tlm Ramblers high
scorer, fxcm shooting too
freely. Shimizu has an
average of 17 points per
game for three gai.ies,
fJ?hG Bamblers are not to
bo taxen lightly. As id
from Shiini^u, they also
have a point-getter in
Johnny ^suruta and a groat
defensive player in Mutt
Kimura,
LANERS TO
MEET HOOPS
Die ourtaiu raiser at
the Granada high gym Mon-
day nigiit at 7 o*alook will
brin^ togetljer tae Kau Kau
Laners, who are still
smarting from their loss to
the Axaiaas, and the Lindy
HoopfB, the jU league* s
collar ohanpions.
Tiio Lanors will go into
the game a heavy favorite
and should have little
trouhl-3 in downing tho weak
but' spirited IIoo^s.
Tlie Loops will rely on.
the playiiig of Aki Yaina-
zumi £.nd 3jimy Yamigiwa to
TicKotM fer tho g 3 m e s
may be pui-ohased at i.h9 7S
i'jax ^eiioa h^ll from & a.m,
tc 6 30 on Llondjay and
ai Vi£>'iv3 offiae after 6:30.
RAMBLERS SCHEDULFD
FUKUYAMA
SCORES 22
Tiio Kau Kau Lari&rs were
durapad out of the undis-
puted lead oftho Ail basket-
ball league ^ursday ove-
ning at the Granaoa high
school gym.
f Shig Fukuyama and the
'Royal Araians did tho dir-
ty work by handing the La-
sers tliQ short and of a
47-42 score* Four teams,
Thuradey ni^htfh gTinc i-
pals plus the SKOOkuns and
Ramblers, are aow tied for
the league lead with two
victories and a defeat a-
piece*
The Araians went out ixi
front at tho start of the
game and stuck it out,
tharu ing anc3 backboard oontrol.
Cool-headed Yuk Xawata
staged a one-mau rally for
the Kau Kau Laners in the
final period, acoountiug
for 8 points all by liirn-
self, but the Arstians* Su-
noo Fukuya.na oama through
with three c*peotacular fiold
goals to stave, off tha
thraut.
Brother Shig Pukuyania,
Southern California JAU
all-star pl&ycr, made 22
of the Araian points to
take high honors for tha
evening. Yuk Yav/ata and
ilas Kuda topped the Laners
with 14 and 8 points each.
Tommy Ito1a cool floor
gamo aidgd materially in
the Araian victory as did
Bob Kojima^s fine defensive
play*
flail hawking on the mrt
of Yawata and Grove Yoshi-
wara kept the Double Kaus
in the ball game.
7K GIRLS TRIP
9H ROCKETTES
The 7K girls beat the
Rockottas, 15-11, in tl^e
opGaing game played at the
Granada high gym Thursday
evening,
Yoshiko Ito starred for
the winners v;ith 8 points
and Martina Takamura was
the ^ookettes1 big threat
\vith 7 points.
The half time soore was
,8-7 in favor of 7IC, but they
shoved ovor 7 moro points
to put the game on ice.
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i
Page 8______________________PIONEER______
SHIMIZU LEADS SCORERS
By tossing in 51 points i:i three games for an aver-
age of 17 per contest y Tosh Shii/iizu, high-flying for-
ward of the Eain'Mers, leads in the Alleague scoring
race.
February 13,If4?
by Jiro Sumita
He is followed by Fred Kishi of the Livingston ABCVT THE TAKE
INDIANS TREK
TO HOLLY
To m^ke up for their
los? the hands of lie
Wiley Fa::thers last week,
the Amache varsity cagers
wll"- trek to Holly tonight
tangle with the Holly
^'xldcatsat the high school

According to Coach Hoke,
there will be a shift in the
starting line-up with John
Niizawa playing center in-
stead of Ms usual guard
position.
The other posit ions vail
find Hank bhiineda and Miles
Hamada at guards, and Tosh
Ckamure and Lefty Kitagawa
ut forwards.
The preliminary will
feature Pete Masuokaf s C
team against the Holly cubs.
Both games are expected
to "be won *by the center
teems.
On Tuesday, the Indians
will play a return game
witli the V/iley Panthers at
Wiley.
LOCAL CfiGERS
RID PIRATES
Filling ir. for three ab-
sent .members of tLe Smada
Pirates hoop te^m> Soepy
Miyashina? Ho*bi Fy jiv., and
Kiyjshi mste of the Sk00-
icings, helped them t/rour.ce
Holly? 78-30,at the
&7t. this
riaii^ho x.l?tyef\ onl.y
ivi]f of the game, tallied
20 Aiysshims scored
2-2 e.r.d Yfiiriate,
Split Season
(oiven Go-Aheacl
AA "baskeVh11 ir^r.^ers
-A.st niht vetoed a prx>o-
Sfii for a 01.0**round 1
and 7?iiJ. continue their
3:1 it soasor. as ori^ir^lly
at tLe *beginr/ir.^
of the ^.Gr..*
TLe raove j
TiUli.ified a proposed pos^(
Rockets, who hns hit the
mesh for 44 digits.
Other leading scorers
are:
Sh# Fukuyama, Anians 41
K. Chki, Rockets ?5
Y, Yawcta, Laners ?3
I,fiyashL-7ia, Skookums 2.1
H. Fujiu, Skcaknoins 31
X. KutvHtani, Rockets 31
M. Okuda, laners 29
A. Kishi, Araians 27
J. Tsu.ruta, Ramblers 25
T. Mori, Skookums 25
G-. Yoshiwara, Laners 23
J. Jiotru Laners 20
K. Yamate, Skookums 20
B. Yamagiv^a, Hocps - 18
A. Yamazumi, Hoops 18
G-. Hosiiizu, Ram'blers 10
I. Iwrmaga, SkcoLums 18
MIG TOURNEY
ENUiES OPEN
Sign-ups .for marble
tournament to be held by
the 8, S and 10 "blockG can
"be made in the t-locksf
recreation u&ils, accord-
ing to Mitch Hashiguoiu,
tourr.ament di-rector..
The tournament, v^hich.
viill get -under way Satur-
deyy ?e~b. 20,. is divided
into junior .. and s enior
divisions.
Ghildrei. up to S yers
will be eligible for the
.lurlor division, while the
ser.ior siori is open to
a]], cones,ar/hs*
SCO UT CACU
LEAvTdtS SI AR.T
VJiT,h j? en-
in the Boy Scout's
xri-i the 1 e ^ gues
e>:peoted >. get ^iLr\er
n'j this afterror. vari-
oyxz ceLter 'courts.
Scouts 1'2 to 18 years
are iu the A league;12 to
16 in the B af-d
to J 4 ii. the C J_e8gue*
Jim Miy^no, chiricir
the
in charge
MEETING
k arid
'%].! x-rs
TI
A two-day cage tcurney
sponsored l\v the Granada
Pirates wi.1.1 ]?£ 315.1d at
the Cri^njda high gm
i:ic; Feh. 20.
Three teamand pc.ssi-
tly' four, are.expected to
represent the center, nc-
cordiag to the recreation
dep^rtffient *
Seventy-five per cent
of the gae will no dcul)
come from the pockets of
the center residents, tut
we arc informed that we
will see no part of the
receipts -
0C-La CHASE
The gonfalon chase of
the AA "basketball league is
still undecided, but in
looking over the records in
tiie cfficial score *book of
the three gaiues played by
each team,we find that the
Royal Iraians c.re leading
In defensive play with 112
points scored against them
and 128 acoredlDv them. The
lamblers, headed by Tosh.
Shinizu, are tops in offen-
sive ple.y, having collected
the grevA total of 161
points against their oppo-
nent sf 128 points.
The' doulitful honor of
having trie poorest off ensive
and defensive record goes
tot>ie winless Lind/ Hoops.
They Mve scored or.ly 90
poli^s^tA havo their
oi.poner.ts 160^ The Iicokets
ir.^ojhiie h^ve the
A six-foot TJho
sho^ned hia curse talent to
good ad'r^r.^^e Thursday,
h of-
fe.sivo rir d iefRr.si^G gBme
to lend Ida P.oyel Ar^i*^n
te-arr: to victory ove^ the
Kn; ,er five
is 3hi^ Fniroy^na, former
varsity is+, terincn
from Los Gohooi.,
After Ms prep d^yrs,
B+a.'.*red for the
Utes? 00 JATI /A cago ^.-
tenders. rr*d at Santa imita
he p^rtic i'^eted r ot ou'J.y
for the Jookey "basket"be 11
Marbles wirj te -iiisessci' soo-Ljj sheet,
as er;hr; fees. lyi.i^ }ZB points qfi,air.st
ti,&ir {.merits'139.
GOOD 3F0Tr of
coxnaiittee, is
SLATED
B IenfjQ
vrlll m t
uLe 7E re^re-'
tofim but also for the Joc-
key sof fball team which
sea son center-'nide at ion aa V d yjou tYie center's AA chain-
tourr.jment*
Koe- Yosliid^,
piousliip.



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