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Granada pioneer, March 10, 1943

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Granada pioneer, March 10, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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Granada, Colo.
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Amache
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United States of America -- Colorado -- Prowers -- Granada -- Camp Amache

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Volume 1, Number 46

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71,I, No. 46
Amache^ Colorado
March 10,1943
ENLISTMENT ENDS TODAYS RED CROSS
MINIDOKA HEADS LIST NETS ¢1795
n special appeal is be-
ing directed towards single
nnd -un a ttached men who
answered "Yes, if drafted11
to number 27 of the ques-
tionnaire to come in for
Army enlistment before it
closes at 30 piiu today,
said Vfalter J. Knodel,ad-
ministrative member of the
military teairu
Quite a number of last*
mirme volunteers have been
tl Wl 0^ ^zs==ss^.SS^.
TODAY
7:00 Movies,12G mess
hall#
7:30 pm#Movies, IIP mess
hall*
?30 p.mRecord hour,11K
mess hall#
TOMORROW
7s00 p#m#Movies,-12K mess
hall.
7:30 p.m*--Movies,11G mQss
hall.
FRIDAY
7:00 p#mTa 1 ent show,
11G mess hall*
7s00 Movies, 9K mess
halU
7:30 p,mMovies,10H mess
hall#
7:30p*m*Baskelijall games,
Amache A vs* Amacho B,
Amache C vs Freshmen,
Granada high girls vs#
iuriache high girls, Gra-
nada high gym.
reporting o the employment
office. According to sta-
tistics, mon with a greater
amount of responsibilities
havo come in, ho adaed.
In c, wire received yea-
tGrdsxy, 1NEA Lirector Dillon
.S Bfyorannounced that 300
Minidoka residents volun-
teered for the Arny*
The 300 volunteers in-
clude 41 who are married
and 24 wih children* and
11 Japcnese-born men who
are not eligible for sonr-
ice at the present time*
Project Director Jamas
G* Lindloy reminded resi-
dents that enlistments will
be taken until 4s30 p.m#
todey at the office of Wal-
ter J# Knodel* ,
:Day of Prayer
To 6e Observed
March 12a. date ob-
served as the nworld day
of prciyor11will be com-
me morated hero with n
.special program to bo held
7H hall on Friday,
10 a.m*, by the Granada
Protestant church#
W Ray Johnson, com-
munity services haud-, and
,Dr* Allston from the Cte-
ha Presbyterian headquart-
ers, will speak on the
theme of the_ day* The
public is invited*
,The Granada relocation
center raised 11794.93 as
its contribution to the Red
Cross War fund, announced
John 0 Moore, head of the
d r i ve* Of thisamount
$540.1? came from the ad-
ministrLtive personnel ana
¢1254*76 fromthe evacuees.
The educabion department
led all the administrative
divisions with a contribu-
tion of $1R6, while 8K
turned in the largest sum
among the center blocks,
with 160.35
No. .active soliciting
ws carried on among the
evacuees # nor wrs there a
quote, set* All contribu-
tions by the center resi-
dents were voluntary Moore
reminded# The 1500 goal
set for this project ap-
plied to the administrative
personnel only.
Moore exnressed hxs ap-
preciation for the co-oper-
ation he received from
tloth the a d m inistrative
staff and the evacuees*
The result, he thought, was
quite remarkable#
RESIDENTS MUST
RF.6JSTER NOW
Any person who failed
tj do so must register
iiranodiately at he employ-
mont off ice, ann ounced
Registrar Lewis W* Fans-
lan
ClIBIEWi9 CNffEEWCE fft/iNNCI)
A conference er
Citizens in a Better Com-*
irmrxiry," sponsored by the
Amache Co-erdinating coun-
cil and under the general
chairmsmship of Jiinmio Ya-
manaka, will be held Satur-
ar.y at Terry hall*
following registration
at 1:3G general as-
sembly will be held with
Masao Sabcnv acting as chair**
/nan Henry Suzukida will
open the session by leading
zhe group in comnunity sxixg-
ing
After Project Director
James Lindleys greetings
to the gathering, Hans Uno,
Joe Okida, and Edith Kod&ma
mil lead the various dis-
cussion groups
il recreotiem period ua
folow with Morris Soglow
of the physical education
aepurtment in charge*
The everring session will
begin -with community sing-
ing cut '6:30 p.m The Co-
ordinating council, its
purpose and work, will be
explainedly chairman Jimmie
Yamanaka, after which the
delegates wi X 1 meet in
smaller discussion groups
under Suini Kashiwagi, George
Ono, Yuri Domoto# and Harry
Â¥aka *
Morris Soglow will then
lead the group in games.
The conferoace committee
members arc Jimmie Yamana-
ka ,general chairman; Hana
Uno ^rxd Oski Taniwaki, pro-
motion j John Moore and Ma-
sao Satow. program; Harry
Takei and Mrs. Miyah&ra,
arrangement#


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J R A?N A D A f O'N t E$l_
j Published ^Wednesdays ai^d: gsturday.s by .tHe ^VjiA.,ahc[1
dist/ilArfced free 0 each fepartmerit Editorial of-*
fice PIONEER building, Amache, Colorado
TelenHone; 63 Tsugime Akakiy acting eti.
Another Step .
-hen the exclusion line in Arizona, was moved to the .
south, putcmg Poston and Gila in an unrestricted ,zon,e;
ana giving 215 persons evacuated from this area a ri^ht'
o -return home immediately, Dillon S, airec-
tor, saia, llI is still another step award re-estab-
lishing normal life o .persons of' Japanese ancestry e-
vacuated from the lYest coast .
_______'^jvlarch 10,1943
I_fS _ll
..11
.The question of compen-
sation for he executive
committee of the council
has come up It is, a full
tijie job vath^a great' deal
of respons ibi litya-
. Tlae 'y'vlRA, however, cannot
pay their salaries because
it is an elective office.
By the charter the in-
come from license fees from
all sources is. limited to
I may be still another step, but it is an important
step, Yfith race-baitifig groups advocating legislations
0 prevent the return ohe people of Japanese blood
tQ .he evacuated..areas the order by he War depart-
ment opening he onG-e evscuaed area, however slight,
o hese people again, puts hope in .the hearts of many
hat normal life may be re-ostablished soon The rea-
.lization of sincerity of the War departmenTs efforts
o hurry the reurn o normalcy becomes more acute with
this tangible evidence of their effort.
"e wish 0 thank yoy
very, kindly for.the valu-
able contributions you and
your staif have maaein ma-
king the recent charter
memberr;hiDt campaign of the
xjnache Uo-op a ^rand suc-
cess ./e feel that .much, of
the success was due to the
splendid manner in which,
you and your saff handled
the publicity of the cam-
paign, and also in bringing
o the attention of the
residents of this center,
the important factors con-
cerning the c cooperative
movement 0
have recently re-
ceived word from the Edu-
cational division of he
I\iorth Kansas City Consumers
Co-operative A s s ociaion
ha:.the results of v our
campaign have by 'far ex-
ceeded all campaigns of
Co-ops in the Middle West.
ENUSTEtS HONORED
AT BUFFET UPPER
Uarothy and umi Saito
and T..rs Toni ^ratani were
hostesses a a buffet sup-
per &mday at 6_j-11F in hon-
or of their brothers 3 Jim
and :;iand friends John-
ny >kimoto, Joe Jiobu, Jim
my ivitabayashi, and Junior
Sagara, Army volunteers
Other guests ere Yoshi
Hawthorne Toshio ki o ri ,
and Jack Sunada*
TO THE E D I TOR
This is an a ch ievement
iiat all residents of this
center can well be proud
of, as it denotes a high
sense of community spirit.
As you are no doubt a*
ware,he educational pro-
gram of the Co-op is 0 be
conxinuous, and in his
connection, we trust that
maybe favored with your
further active co-operation
in the aira to reach the ul-
timate goal of our Co-op:
to gain the membership of
every resident la this com-
munity and to make a good
co-operator out of each
member.
CONSU^R ENTERPRISES, ffiC.
Organizing Committee *
YAriUTAKt FAMILY
EXTENDS THANKS
TO OUR FRIENDS '
"7e wish to take this
opporunity to thank you
:for your sympathies and
services during, the re-
cent bereavement of our
beloved son and brother,'
Te rutaka These kind-
nesses helped treinendous-
ly. and will always be
remembered ..
Kanetaro,
Yae, '
Hoshiaki,
* Hidemaru,
Utako, '
' Reiko s
I lomiko Yasutake
^1,000 for a "calendar year.
And as there is no other
source of income, it is
impossible to pay the five
executive coirnniteemen #19
a m6nth '
the pteseri time the
problem is not acute as
three of the five men are
retaining their positions
in other departments, and
are being paid by the de-
parmerits ^ .v v.-
If both the department
heads and the residents
are satisfied,would
seem to be no probleni* Bu
this is not a-healthycbn-
dition The jimacne com-
muniy government is using
live workers whomhey can-
no ay because of a re-
striction in the charter.
To consider amending the
charter accepted by the
people just six weeks ago
may seem previous ,but un-
less the council is pre-
sented with other sources
of incbme besides the li-
cense fees,he ¢1,000 limit
will have o be Removed.

Police Chief "Harlow Tom-
linson is of the opinion
that an'erection of a jai
is not necessary, and many
of the councilmen are of
the same opinion.
In other centers dis-
turbances which otherwise
might not have existed have
centereciaround the jails
If jailing is necessary,
the chief favors taking
the o'.renders to Laxnar*
Labor on some special
project has been suggested
as a Tiethod of punishment
for lawbreakers rather than
a fine or confinement, but
nothing definite has been
worked out as ye*
*
' Block 8E will need a
Special election for a
representative to replace
George Dote, who recently
went to Denver. Khan Komai


March 10i
PIQKE3R
Page
WEDOimS. ENGmE^Fm
CUMAX BUSY WltK ENO
5HINCZUKA-OTANI
Dorothy Shinosuka booama..
the bride of Jac] Otani at
a simnlo but iraprossive
coremony Sunc1 ay ni f-ht at
tho 1IF mess hall* F. e v#
MasasMka Yonemura offici-
ated.
The ceremony was vrit-
ncssed by approximately
200 guests* A reception
follovrecl with Gdorf'.e Yoko-
yama as master of ceremo-
nies and II* Sugawara, pro-
gram chairman.
Mrp.Otani is tho sister
of Mrs* Albert M, Ofcanura*
The groom is he son of
Mrs A* Otani Both are
formerly of Petaluma. They
are living a11G-7F.
Baishakunin were Mr, and
Mrs. Y* Uyeda and and
Mrs* 1# Kawase.
KiTSUSE^YOSHiOKA
Ben Yoshiokaand Pauline
Kitsuse were married at an
informal ceremony held a
the 6 recreation hall Sat-
urday a ftornoon with Rev*
K Yoshioka officiating#
Immediately fo 11,owing
he wedciing^ 'a reoeption
was held with 110 guests.
presort.
The former VI bs Kit sue
was represented by Mr and
Mrs, A. Eaisho and is from
Poston, Yos]'ioka is the
son of Rev. ami Mr K*
Yoshioka an^ is working for
tho office in Chicago.
The ne7/ly-*weds mil reside
there#
SAME 5HIM A- FU KUMOTO
Teruko Sameshim, ,
and Masao.Ft^aimoto,
were married Sunday evening
at lie 7G recreation hall.
Rev. T. Shirakawa officia-
ted.
Mrs* Fulcamoto is the
dau,her of Eenry Samed^ma
Bai shaku^in v;erc F.ev.
and Mrs. SMrakav/a and Fr.
and Kr s. S. Eu saba.
HATTORl-SUZUrjDA
In an impressive canr^le-
li (,ht ceremdxiy, Frank Su-
zuki da and ^iusu1:' Hat kori
werts married _ai: the 7H
recreate on hall M o nd ay
even^nr, d of honor
vras Grace TTodo., and -riroshi
Shibata perforned'the du-
ties of the best man. Rev,
Lester Cusuld officneciU
The br-Vde, gov.Tted in a
.floor length chiffon drees,
carried a bouquet of gar-
denias _
A roceptj on f o llowod
the ceremony and vms at-
tended by 550 guests# The
nevrlywods cut ^he cake
The former Miss Hatori
the daughter of Mr* and
]xtfr Sm Koto Hattori^ and he
groom 5s the son of Mr% and
llhr-s Susumu Suzukida.
and firs. Suzukida
left for a 10-day honeymoon
to Denver and Bouldpr and
will reside -in Block IK
upon their return*
!T -IWANAGA.
Mr*, and Mrs. Tsune.juro
Ito announced the engage-
meri of their daughter j
Molly, to George Iwanaga,
during a reception held at
their homo,
Kie Ttos .' cf.(jnnerly
of Walnut ' -Calif*
Ir;anaga,- who is the son of
MrV Snd Mrs# Torahiko Iwar
na^a of if former*
ly of Yuba City, Cetlif.
X s ha leuni n i 8 Mr and
ITr-s.' Tacuji I nano and Mr*
and'*Frs* Yasujiro Ilirai#
.c ::3mi^
Event Time Eec Kail
SEVSITTH-DAY ADVS'TXI^T
Sabbrth school q:0 a.ru 1 7G
Adult service ^?C a."v. 7G
Sermon .11:00 a/n. _ 7G
Special maetin^ -:CG p-iri.. 7E
8^ICJT0-F0-IYE
Servi.co 7 p#m. 701
BI^uFIST -
Aclult service ?:00 p. 7e-m
C^r (7,10
Mass 800 a,iTiv X1K
!..^;
Ifm hore r/ond^ing
vrhoro the h--- Romoo is,
it looks as tho1 Lovg i s
lost its compass**
America must have felt
something like this
before she vras found by
Columbus*#
Kathryn Kay
A OR
'She foregoing is a sam-
ple of tho indescribable
whimsy contained m K. IwTs
thin but potent volume
Mrrith Tongue In Chekf,--a
dilly of a book, (plug?)
0HE-ACT BYPIAY..
Title: . Just An
Old Japanese* Custom,^
Scone : c a neen coffee
shop. Time: the other day*
Poople: two issoi wimmin
^customers. Man in tii mid-
dle Eddie Hamakaya, who
really sweated for 20
cents involved.
" T*m going to pay for
iti^ H0^you,re torriblo
.,.1 insist on payixif #!
!,Kor you ar^ boy'No*
look hero, young man, you
take ITf iaoney I Etc, et^*
etc5 etc *
TIE .'
Hippo Shibata has come
throurh v^ith the rnswo.r to-
the RWA' question, Hiroshi
claims it means
and ACatch?
I YAK AF AIWN !
This item, headed IJap-
anese B-oys TDruther Be In
The AEF,ft appeared in a
recent issue of the.Edcky
Mountain Hews
?,Leif Erickson of the
Donvor Buroau of the As-
sociated Press is back from
the Japanese relocation
camp at Granada and reports
hat-. Bjnong he Japanese
chidp!! there fcjnmandos,'
is the favorite gamo.T,
^Cuoting School Sup
Paul J* Terry, he asserts
!T h e game generally
gets alonp prettjr well un-
ti the imucky "boys ivho
are conpo cl by older
plafmatos to play the 'en-
emy rogistor heir com-
plaint
If Tr"o don ft w a mm be
damf Japs all tho tine*,Tt
Sec, To jo... ? Out of
the souths of ovon l


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HEAUH RULES
PI01TEER-,_________March 10,1943
SENIOR HiSIt LIBRARY .
KBLEASES SOIEDULE'
Ruth IIu^soEgthe Geniev^
publio health nurse, re-
leased the following sug-
best-ions for the venticm
of auoh ooixtagious diseases
us measles, ohic^ea pox5
had v/hcoping ooughJ
Check tiiG ajpe-aranae of
rash on. oliilcirenevery morn-
ing. -
.: Keep oiixlxlrQn av;ay frtjm
^others wholiave oolds9 as
all the abmre mantioaed
Qisoaaes begin with a oom-
mon cold. -
.Report to the publio
health nurse or oliaio
uootor any member of tho
family who shows aay of
:n. sujested symptoms.
Children und-qr 5 years
of ago should be watohod
.sspaoially, Miss Hu dsoa
cautioned.
The hour sohedule for
the Senior High and Com-
munity library, located at
8E-5A, was announced by 3
Clay Goy, senior high prin-
cipal ,Monday#
KoMa.ya thr ough Satur-
days, the library is open
from 8:45 to 11:45 a
and 1 to 430 p.m.;Mondays
tbrougli Fridays, 6:30 to 9
FARMERS WANTED
BY HOLLY PIONEER
II. P. Decker, well knoym
Holly pioneer, wishes to
oontact evacuees interested
in fam work on Ms ranoh/
vjhloh hf? explains ,!is *q
quippedwitti irrigation fa-
cilities,,f Those Inter-
ested are asked to sqg
Richard Kubota at the PIO-
KEEB office.
WHAT Wl::'?YOU HAVE T DRINK WITH
YOUR CAVIAR SIR,CHAMPAGNE,COCKTAIL
DR SHERRY ?.
pin,, and Sundaysf 2 to 4
p^rn.
The Beading room,at 811-
3B, has hours on. Mondays
through Fridays, 8:45 to*
9:45 a.m.,10545 to 11145
am., and-2 to 4:30 p;
Saturdays, 8:45 to. 11:45
a.m,; and Sundays, 2 to 4
p.m.
Rules for tlie use of the
library are;
Library card is needea
to oheok out a book.
Book is clieoked out for
one wqq^ and maj? be renewed
unless a request has oome
in for it or if it is xiqv
Only two fiction .books
may be oheokad out on One
card with no limit on the
non-fiotion books.
No reference books may
be oheoked out.
Fines for overdue books
are 1 cent per day until
the fifth day,when, the fee
is doubled,
Reserved books will be
held three days, then be-
Gomes void.
All periodicals are kept
in the Beading room and
may be ohsoked out over-
night# Nq^-j magasire s and
newspapers are reserved and
may ba read in Reading room
only,
George Kiyabu
Lecture
Evangelist George Kiyabu
will give aa illustrated
slide lecture on ^Will There
Be Another World Empire?"
tonight at 7:30 o* olook, 7G
reoroation hall Mo t ion
pictures of the actual
'"bombing of Ifenila
start at 7 o^look,
The Gomiag of Another
Stone Age*1 v/ill"bQ the
topio of Kiyabu1 s speech
'Friday, 7s3 p,m. at the
7G recreation, hall.
The publio is invited
to attend. '
CRASHI MITOMA
LEAVES FOR OPAZ
Orashi Mitoma, Seventh-
Day Adventist Sunday School
teaoher and member of the
hospital office staff, left
for the Topaz center Mo 13day
to join his family# He
plans to enroll at a the-
ological seminary in Madi-
son, Tem*, this summer.


March 1C, 1943_____________ H SR______
CfNmt HOSPUM CALLS
FOU VOIUNTEER DONORS
An appeal for more blood donors was made today by
the pener hospital in an announcement released by Dr.
William T. Carstarphen, chief medical officer*
Residents who are willing to volunteer are to re-
port to.he hospital laboratory iwnediately for blood
"Alice is.to the Amache
YWCA what Tommy Harmon was
to the 1941 Michigan back-
field" declare friends and
co-workers of Alice Suzuki ,
tireless Y secretary*.
Largely responsible for
the formation here of the
Y, Alice's work in Y af-
fairs in Southern Califor-
nia have established for
her a reputation not to be
easily equalled*
Her Y training had its
start in high school, where
she v/as an* active member
of the organization. These
early experiences stood her
in good stead at the Uni-
versiy 'of California at
Los Angeles\ where she was
prominent in' several col-
lege clubs It was there
that she received hor BA
in psychology.
Prior to eva custion,
Alice w,s employed by e
large wholesale pr oduoe
firm in Los imgeles, but
she still managed to'find
time and energyto contrib-
ute her help and advice
for the furtherance of the
YWCA. Her piano playing
put liffe ino many a party
she attended during thet
time* r'riends are unani-
mous ly agreed that there
are few as versatile as
aice,
She is now busily en-
gaged in helping to reiin
young girls and women for
va ri o us outside employ-
ment possibilities, and \to
assimilate themselves ,read-
ly into boh the business
and social world--two ob-
jectives of the
Aice 10ves to meet peo~
pie, travel, read, and
square dance. The first-
named is indio&tiv of her.
nature, for--as liana Iftio,
friena and co-worker puts
it"Alioe is a girl who
has time to help others f
but no time for hersef*u
--Suyeo Sako
test and typing* They are
reminded that bheir blood
will not be tpken at that
time, but' at a later date
when he need for an emer-
gency transfusion arises*
The hospital expressed
their thanks to those who
gave their blood during
the period between Dec* 9
and Maf, 6. Thoir names
were released as follows:
Crashi Mitoma, Roy Humaji,
K. Baba, Tom Honda Kenny
Ohki, Gloria Honda, Yoshi*
aki Sugit^, Joa Kamiya,
Paul 0ani, James Yoshinp,
Edward Hamamura, Paul Ki-
shi t Sam Kawamoto, Mi ye
Yamasaki, Minoru Okubara,
Kay Kustuni,Bill Fuchigemi,
Hideo Asai, Rev. Harry ria-
shimoto. Masami Yamaguchi,
Hana Un;o, George Maekawa,
Jr*, Emiko Fujisaka, and
Nao Okuda*
YONEMURA FAMflV
AIDS RED CROSS
Harry Yonamura, ohief
cook of the appointed
personnel xaess hall and
father. of 12 children,
contributed a dollar
the Red Gross for each
member of his family,
[thereby swelling the ¥far
fund by ¢14. /
uoing- his par in A-
meric&?s war effort is
nothing riww to H&rry# I
however, for ho is a J
vot^^an of War I, j
NEW CLASPS'
ANNOUNCED
A series of classes for
hospital attendants, .nurse
aides, and orderlies will
begin .Monday, 8 a.m,, at
the center hospital, -ac-
cording to an announcemont
-by Dr.* William T. Cars&r-
phen#chi^f medical officer
i=
course are requested to
make applications with Mrs
Ruth Hudson, acting chief
nurse.. Interview d^.tes are
Thursday, Fridayand Sat-
urday, 8j30 to l.ls30 a.m.
..Page 5
A reminder o A
bers of the Ys Circle:
a meeting tonight vX tho Y
office* Importunt discus
sion will be held.
Y
At Saturday^ Co-orainG-
ting .council conference, Y
girls will register the
delegates and act as host-
esses *
Y-
Th new group, with Amy
tori as president, will
meet ab theY office at 6:30
'-xru, tomorrow. A naijie of
the club and m adviser^ will
be choson. t
Special thanks to Aster
Fujikawa of the Tri Belts
and to Mary KoTdo and To-
shiko Nishihara, Silverines,
for taking caro of the Vic-
tory dolls 1 display at he
Art and Crafts festival*
_Y-
Profits from the sale
of refreshments by the GR's
tho iir and Crafts fes-
tival will send representa*
tives of the local group
to the La Junta confapence*
GE!s were also usherettes
-y *
Thanks to Mrs* L More
and the Homeking depart.
merit for the use of the
Terry ha1Icitcheru
* Y
Juniorettes who ushered
at the festival were Rose
Taniguchi, Ikuko lakano,
Jean Furuno, Karuno Hamaha-
shi., Sally Sugioka, Anna
Siigiyama, Grace Yatabe, and
Louiso Sasano#
Y-
Helping with the dance
honoring Army volunteers
were members of the YTs
Circlo.
Y/elcome to Yoshio Kodama,
Boys'-Girls* club co-ordin
ator, and Dick Fujioka,
YMCA sdcretary, both from
Heart Mountain, who are
visiting this center*
-Y-
Janu Kubochi was elec-
ted president of the Pa-
tricians recently* Assist-
ing are Mary .Og,awa, vice
president; Mieko Akutagawa,
secretary; Florence Nakano,
treasurer; and Tomi Tsuji-
hara and Jane Nagui > mem-
bers dt large. Emi Einoki
is the adviser#


Paje 6
.PIONEER.
clinic GGhedule was an-
nounoecJ by Dr. W. T. Gar-
stcir^iiQn, c kief | medical
officer, Monday.
General c 1 i nio hours
are from 2'to 4 Mon-
days through Fridays, and
from 1:'60 to 11;30 p*a,,
Saturdays. There is no
clinio on Saturday after-
noons or Sundays,' aad only
euier^ency Gases are ac-
cented .
Special olinias aro held
Mondays through Fridays,
on the following schedule:
Monday, vernereal;Tuesday,
ohest; Wednesday, vell taby;
Thursday, gynocology; nnd
Friday, ^renotal*
(These desiring treatment
are asked to rt3gist.ur with
the rcioa^tionist. AltiiOueh
doctors ezamine i'at-i:nts
tween 2 and 4 itu rog-
istr^itiorx is froin X to 2:30
p,iu. rhoso ooniiag after
this tim^ aro ffn turned
A pianist is needed by
the ^unaohe Severlth^Dayad-
ventist churj3i. xhosu in-
terested ara asked to oor.-
tact Pastor George iyat.u
at 6S-3?.
a'^ay bo cause tho waiting
line usually keeps the
doctors busy aft-, r hour a.
Dr* Carstarphcii concluded
DELEGATES '
ATTEND MEET
Goor^o Yuza'.va, advisor,
Bob Susu^i, and G^or^c Wa-

A talent show will be
present ad by residents of
Block-11G from 7 to 10
p.n* Friday, HU uiass hall.
.
A girls* sotku program
liiglilight^d the blook -party
hold -in the 6G mess hall
Wednesday evening. Hafreah-
tanabv att^nd*..d the Older
Boys YIvlCA oonf^renoo in
Dor^Vur Saturday and Sunday.
Participating in F the
YHCA :.Vc.3t Central xi.roa con-
f.jrcno at Kansas City- were
Masao SatOw.. a,ad Jimmie Tar
manaka. They acquainted
the other Yfs with the cen-
ter and also interested
_________March 10,1943
VOUJNTEERSr \ ^
TO'^E PAID .
Arrangeneats.to pnyvdl-
uuteers their February pay
with cash have been com-
pleted ,and enlistees are
asked to call at the office
of Herbert T. Weller,agQnt
cashier, room 10, north ad*
ministration building, ac-
cording to Ruby 0. Fuller,
principal dark.
Since a few gf the regu-
lar pay rolls have already
baen sent to the Denver
disbursing office for pay-
ment ty check, some of the
enlistees v; ill receive
thaira as soon as tha ^heotes
arrive. If the checks fail
.to arrive in time,however t
volunteers are asKed to
leave forwarding addresses
so that their pay may be
sent to them, Miss Puller
said
Committee
Named By YBA
A committee was chosen
to formulate plans for a
'calendar for the next four
montiis for the Young Bud-
dhistsT association at the
joint meeting held Sunday
at the 7G- recreation hall.
ments for the affair were
purchased with th@ prise
money tne block received
from tljQ co-op membersiiip
drive.

Address changes have
been ma^e by the following
families: Ilideo Asai 6G-
3F; Kiycshi Asai, 9L-2B;
and Tom K. Yaniacia, 6(r-4L, *
'
Plans for a spring so-
cial v/ere discussed by the
7Q Ehoamas at tlieir meeting
Saturday, Other matters
discussed was tne work ,be-
ing done for the imyrovo-
mant ofthe blook1 s_ aiopear-
au9. will tie aided
in this project by 3y
Scout froop 161,
POU1ID;
' A piok aattock v;ith two
blackstripes on the handle.
Owner may olaim it at 7F-5G.
Yagi, formerly of
Walnut Grove,left the cen-
ter Monday for Salt Lake
City, where she will w&d
G- e o r g 9 Matsumotcu Miss
Yagi was acaompaniad by
Mrs. Grace Hirooka.
them in the v;rk being done
for boys here,
PHONE INSTALLED
BY TiSH STORE
Tho Granada Fish Store
has installed a telephone
for the convenience of
customers, announces Frank;
Tsuohiya,owner. Tne phone
numbqr is 2291
Those selected are Dick
Iseri,Minoru Tfenokid3f Ki-
kuyo Masada,Kiyome Saneto,
and ii'rank Suyenaga,
Mitsuo Kagehiro was
chairman for the servloe
whioh was followed by a
short meeting presided over
by President Tsulcasa Sanetr.
The sermon was dslivered
by Rsv. Tokuyu Shirat:a\va.
The project farm poultry program is swinging into
action with Henry Shimizu at the i3elm Some 6,500
chicks have been ordered ,* ar.d 1000 are expected in
the next few days. Already seven chicken > ro od qt
stoves have ^ arr ivad* and have been installed in the
irouses located on tho Koen Panch, Each of these shel-
ters lias three rooms measuring 11 ft. by ll|- ft, f and
i't1 s expected thaft e3h house will accommodate 500
chicks
?he hog project is under the supervision of Ena
Nakamura who has done a s'plendid job in building up
the hog enterprise. Starting with only 25 hogs ia
September, the project n}w has over 400 heads and is
anticipating san increase to over 1,000 within the next
few months. Tl^e hogs are sheltered in over twenty
pens, constructed from scrap material found on the
project^ and each pen measures 110 ft. by 15 ft*
* ( 1,000 ohicks arrived on Friday,March 5th, and more
are 9:^00ted this week#)


f WCIIIT f iMS NIf B)
-r
.FiH.ST TiAM seccno TEAM <
0,4 :'HI 1.IZAJ (P> Di FOR.V/ARD (k) GROVE YOSHIWARA
MO KU WAT A FORWARi' (A) AKl K!SH!
SHiji' FUMJVAMA (A; CENTER G) J!^ MIYASHIMA
KfY"^hi YAMMt W Gi JAkD (S) TOSH MO^i
Y'!K YAWATa uU <5UAR.D ) AK! WATANA86
LEGEND:-
Royal iAraians, A; Skooleums, S; Ks.u Kau manors, K; Kambl rs, RD Rockets, Ti;
Tinr'y Hoops, F.- HONCRAELE*' NETT1^1JS: .'
J ckio Irrana^a^ S.; Hobi Fujiu, S; Mas Okuda, K; Ksn Ohki, R; Pote Hasuoka,
j Eb-; Bill irrada^ K; Tom Ito, At Kin:urr.? Pb; liobu Kurita, A, Fred Kishi, R*
Tosh Shimizu, forward,
Ramblers* .unanimous choice
. the .:nosf.varod front-
line man in the M circuit
...-^asy going, fart, a
dead-rye vd.th boh the one
hand and two-hand shots..
a r,7 hurk of offensive
d^marratr rra? nteined a 1?-
point ararago for 5 ieafru
gairus alert on dofonne,
no easily foolod & vet-
eran of the maplecour.
Nb Km.rata.ni, forward^
Rockets fi. drft, smooth
ball handler...not sensa-
tional but steady and re-
liable ...hold .]k) Rockot
team tc,p;cthcr this season
.cool shoa hrilliant
folY.r-thr )ugh mnn, and p.
fighting h a 1 i h a wlc., .an
indisponsp^ 1 o tc.am-man,
he 1 s g r"1f,.. hor h .11.ion.,,
Chi^* Fukuyama, center,
Royal Araians^.unanimous
choice.. *th'r most talkcd-
abou eager in Amc.chc**,
mainntay of th champ!on
Araio.ns, hi s scintillating.
lr 1343
perforrr^ncos kept them cut
of many hot spts*uses
.ms f2 to g.r'at adyanagc:
,, gctlpels he backboardj
ccm^xinds the .tip-off, and
is as deadly-as a cobra vath
iiis rip-.In shots,. .also
I r.vor s the bno-hantj shot
itoin^ o'Tay from thG b^ckot
*. is the logical choice
for he raos valuable imrl
in tho league".
Yuk Yav/ata, puard, Kau
K&u La.ncr sw. .a defensive
dynamo on a r frame .
ho ivas. the spark plug of
the- "I^anar five urrc;i.cl log
injury }-d inn y/o gamos
before th.. ^league s finale
cool-headyd undjr pros-
PREPSTEIiS TO
GET AWARDS
Tnre^. di ff -rent typo g
of athletic awards v/i1!>
UCHIDA IS
GOH KING
Ilinosukc Uchida^ v;as
na^ed tho vrinr.cr of tho
given by the Amachc high
sehpolj accordinf0 Coach
John Hoke,
Th^-rc v/ill bo the Block
A awards for participarion
in intrschoa_ftj.c compo-
it"i onj ho intramural l;-t-
ter av^.rd s for playing on
i n r ''nurr-1 championship
g^utisj and script frvv^rdn
for then outstanding in a
najori >/y of school sport
activiti.s.
B^-v'auS' t ho so avmrds
must "be bought from the
funds n physical oduca-
tion d-jpart^nt, Coach Hoke
has arked he ccrier re si-
dents for their co-or^cration
hy atending the game, s Fri -
day nir.ht.
feur-day g h tournament
held the -G rocreation
hall,under tho supervision
of Kanjiro Kobayashi r:
contly,
th..r manners lis.:}d in
order aro Masao Tani saki t
Saivaichi Fukuda^ Temizo Yo-
t s uya, T £ 'jneyo s h : Kobaya sh i >
Toraichi ICuruma, Takashi
Shima,, Masaru Ota, y\Jkira
Yokotaj ^^aaru T^kata^ Bai-
ko Umesav^ra,' and. Teikich:
Mori
Prizes will be awarded
at a later date.
Tickets priced at 15
cents arc nov/ sold at ho
high school principals
office
sura5 he was never riled
cr excited#..ho maintained
an ovon keelhrough any
tough game.*.his guarding
vras close and his opprac-ns
.found ;roubl getting away
from him., .he was as dan-
gerous offensively as he
was nsi'lgy defensively*.
KiyoshI Yamato3 guard,
Skookums .more well-!cn
as just plain Kish/1 he
^:astho Ttfightin ^st11 guard
over seen on the Granada
hardwood.,ho had no peers
^7hen it came to controlling
hi s ovm backboard, .his
perfect iminfThen leaving
tho floor made this possi-
hlo*.aside from his bril-
liant defensive work, he
Tfa-s also a man to be
'reckoned v.dth offensively
"liis ono-hand push shots
foimd their marie more than
once when poins m)re des-
pera01y needod*..sturdy,
rugged, this 5tQTarzan
could hold his cvm in any
league..-he 1s good
(A and B league choices
Till ..appear Saturday* )
COMETS, SLUGGERS
IN SOFTBALL WINS t
.In wo softball gam0S
rlayed e. he fi d
Sunday^ tho nE Comes beat
the E Raiders^ lr-l7, in
tho initial corrbes
The second fracas saw
the. fiF ^lug; or s nose out
he :7F Slcibos b'r 1 run, .q-
13 in -a nip-and-tuck af-
fair# .
MiG TOURNAMENT
CHAMPS CROWNED
RobGr Uho of 6e, ^as
acclaimed the v/Innor of the
Blocks 6 o.nd 7 marble tour-
nament held Sunday a Block
6e, according o Mieh Ha-
.shiguchi, tournament diroc-
or *
Th junior division title
vras won by Horber IJimur.a,
also of Block 6e


Pap;e 8
PIONEER _____________ _________March 10,lU
DOUBLE C1IATI017S
Cha.mpdonp of tlie fifth
annual Granada Basketball
ARAimS omf SKOOKS?
OO!C OO
Champions of the 19)-!. Amache AA cage league are the
Royal Araians,
They earnecl fche right to this coveted title by lick-
ing t3ie Sl:ocairas Sattirday ni^ht, i-s3"-3^5 in one of the
ournaments cliampions of
he 1''^ Amache M-. cape
leafue--such are the titles
cairaethe r.oyal i'rai-
ans,
''rhc rrould 'nave- thought
V including your s truly)
th-wt- the ^rajans^ who, made
their - debut with an
unpoiishv.u earn, ...rua In a
couple of months be era me d
champsr-ot once but trd.ee?
7Te smthem onen their sea-
hottest b&ttles staged
season.
The Skooleums 1 defensive
PRtPSTERS
IN 3 GAMES
The amache high school
has sclied'iled three care
games for Friday night at
the Granada high gym
on the Granada hardwood this
sea-Up crvmbled in he final
period and they blew their
lead, which they held rr
cae greater part of three
quarters. That vm. s the
dovmfall of the capable
v>i:oo!cs as Araians Aki Fi-
shi and Tommy 1 031 to
work and sen thbir earn
ahead by 5 poirits^ a lead
which they never relin-
son ara:i nst he Pirates
and although they held, the
Cranadsns to a mere 2-point
win j they didn.ft impress
us as having the stuff to
win a chanrpionsnip, But
today, v/e a^nit that "we
were wr/xtip:, rhy deserve
"both crp':ms as they oer-
tainly earned them*
In carturing he cromx^
he /.raian-s won9 aes'
(including: 5 in the tour-
nament) ,in l starts,, Their
only defeat' wa s at the
hand a of the SIcookums in
their first league game
%hile c onfratulabing
the clmmps5 vie mustn Tt for-
get the man behind the
scenes. Ee in Bxrush Arai^
1fDaddytf of the Araians
His priterna leadership
a n cl.unshaken conn dence
meant much 'to the newly-
crovmed champions# Ee has
enrred the re£pgct of his
playnrs and they thi.nk of
him as a !frand ol1 cuyf
ALL-STAR CAUBPF
Though playing; on .the'
losing team Saturday night
in the Araian-Skookuiii fra-
cas5 a player v/ho definitely
showed all-star cali/bro is
Kiyoshi nl{ s hn Y a ma te 5
SkookiiTi ruarrt. 3y far _the
eveningfs outstanding pla-
yer, he outshavm the Araian1 s
great Shig Fuktiyama, Kish-
Was he bulT/ark of the
Skookum,s defense and of~
fen.se. He controlled the
iDackooard anr]' checked Shig
frora droppin: in his favor-
ite tin-in robots Yanate
playoo' hi s heart out and
vfent dov:n. fi ^.hting,.
A (]]:m
Thov.r,h late, ov.r hearty
G^r-r?tnlations to the
A l^p-.;rv.e chanpiojiK^ the
Anache Zephyr and their
e'rlvn Coach 'J oseph
The feati3re contest will
be a rrudge bauble between
the Aina c he varsity and the
junior iraredty. ^ Ithou^h
the bi ^ brothers should
eke this gam vritliut too
much tr.ou^le^ the younr-stars
are expected' o pxrb up a
;oed and possibly pull
an up-set#
The opemt 7 pBr will
be betifeen the Amache CTs
and the iiiiiior high school
fresliraen# The C f s yn.11 be
fav^ore.d*
The seconc] tilt Yfi1 pi
he -schoolf s girls1 team a-
eainst the Granada high
sextetto. The Granadans^
in vie?; of their past record^
should make i a runawayc
Tickets *for iiie games are
now sold at tlie high school
principal1r office and mil
bo sold at the soiath ad-
m.irJ ritmb:' on builcungFr:- day.
RAMBLERS
ESKIES ^ WIN
In bhe first garne played
Scvfcurda'/ irlrht at the Gra-
nada Ranblors
defeated tho Giar^ts^
in a slTvr5 diul"ay
Togashi socroci 10 for the
victor3 whle- Yonnio Kuri-
ta made 6 for fche losexs.
The econd fracas found
the Delta Esouires.edging
the ICl-I -BucSj lr-l in a
low-scoring affair The
Eskie 8 had halftime lead
of. l6-* Crj ichi I shi saka
and Jack Hoshizu ^ot 6 each
for the E3ks^ while Shinki
Sano made 6 for he losers.
Patrick Ide (Off the rec-
ord f .Ic'e adinits that, ho
rives his. Zephyr bo^s ad-
vice on oheir LOVE troub-
les. ) --JIrp Sumi ba
quished.
Opening the game vrith
plenty of fire, the Skoo-
kums appeared pennant-boundj
as 7,ohi Fujiu manned the
guns and aroused his team-
matos to an 8-point biicket
barrage, "while holding, the
Araians to At ]:ie end
of the firs-fram,he
score stood 10-6.
The Araians came to life
m he second Quarter and
went out in front for he
first time^ Acain,
it Tas Hobi Fuji u coming
to the Skookums1 rescue as
he paced his team in taking
back the lead^ 20^18, at
halftime
Both teams rang up H
di/rits each in the third
stanza^ and' going into the
crucial final period5 the
Skooks clung desperately
to a-slim ^-point advantage,
2P-2
The following 10 minutes
old the The tiring
Skookums^ despite Kish Ya-
mateT s vain attempts o
keep them together, went
to pieces,* Their defense
fell apart end their offen-
sive potency5 which was so
apparent in.Iiq oarly sta-
ges of the xilt, dropped
pit:lfuily. T he Araians^
in ..aarect contrasty gained
!nom3r.tum and pepporc-d he
ne b for 1,^ important nqints*
.And thus lay a talc ox1
1'1Iig Araians/:fho wercm7t
^iron a chance when the
soason made its debut, came
up from novhero to make
off Tith he AA title*
Outstanding for the
winrijrs ,woro Aki Ki shi3 Tori
I0 and Slug Pulcuyama, who
sco-rca and Q poiris
respe Stivoly# For tho
SkookumG, Kish Yamatc ro.ng
up,an.d Flobi Fujiumadc 10*


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1. Hospital clinic; 16. GirlTs Festival
2. KidoT s atsck ease 17. Wedd ing .
3. Art exhibit 18. Engafemen
4. Farm news 19. Minidoka Voluneers
5. Report to Block Mgr* 20. Rev* Kiyabu
6 Future Center Prison 21. Birth
7. mach ilrt Exhibit 22. Cener news
8. Blood donors 23, Death
9. Igc tournaire nt 24. Seioho -no-iye
10. G it izenship 25. Farm equipment 'and seed
11. Fish store 26. Searner trunk wanted
12. Farming opportunities 27. Teeer-totter donated
13, Japanese course 28. Mr. Y&sutake
14, Women register 29, Church services
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