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Granada pioneer, March 13, 1943

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Granada pioneer, March 13, 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 47

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RECRUITS TO WfUiRtIIIDW Mill
TR/WEL UGH IWIiKUCBD IW IHUif
l"ASHIffiTOI, Mar. 13A bill giTing all Orientals
the right to become naturalized citizens of the United
State was introdtaead in the House of Representatives
recently by Congressman fito Marcantcmio of few York*
Marcantoaio^ billj which wmW amend tbs National-
ity act of 1940, was referred to the Conmitt on Im-
Amy cniisees were to-
day reminded "by Y/olter J*
Knode 1, selectiir service
registrar for the center,
that clothing worn by them
enroute to reception cen-
ters is the maximum amount
required by the Army.
All recruits will re-
ceive ecmpiet 010 Mag,
including u n derwear and
socks, together ?/ith toilet
aftiolcs, including towels,
ra2or, shairing brush, tooth
brush and 0 01ed, almost im-
mediately upon arrival*
Musical instruments, ca-
and other* articles
of t rt a i:rme nt nature
should not fee taton to thQ
reoeption center, but should
be forwarded to the recruit
after he has been assigned*
Enlistees who arriTO at
reoeption centers with ex-
s iire ammirrt s of pe r s cma 1
effects will be required
to ship hem heme*
This aot only adds an
extra load to postal aM
express services, but also
additional rime, inoontren-
ien, and expense* to the
recruit and the gTriment,
So that patr*onage sales
may be computed more easi-
ly, scrip books will soon
be s.old by the Amaohe Con-
sumer Enterprises, inc#,
said Em H. Runcorn, asso^
ciate super intendeirt.
Ths .sbrip book in de-
nominations of |2.50, |8,
and |10 will b larly at the Consumer En*
terprise office,, clothing
and v&riaty storos, canto
shoe shop, and ptomery
office* .
Colorado^ 2 per cent
sales tax will be paid by
the 80rip book purchaser
at the zime of purchase#
The new systemv/ill eli-
minate the use of o&sn re-
migration and laturalization
Trustees Bring
Farm Reports
' G. A* Momberg, Hugh H.
Griswold, Dave R# Ritschi,
Peter J McLaughlin* and
Harry Lemon acting as man-
agers, trustees* and friends
for OTacuoes from the Liv-
ingston and Cortez aroas
arriyod yesterday to make
a detailed report on the
1942 fRrm operations of the
3,700 t'oroe of fruit axxd
TOgetabl left behind i-y
t^iair former neighbors*
Momlierg, formerly man-
ager of the Calif# Lands
Ino g is h supemrisor
of the properties left by
the evacuee farm coopora-
tivesm
The group is conferring
daily with the evacmes
c#b.out future plans* They
will leaire Tuesday*
gistsr slips as a means of
recording patronage sales#
Patrmg will be, credited
to,the purchaser iimediately
following thQ sale of the
sorip book* Said Rimoorm
JA room full of cash re-
gisters lips to b coimted
each ,quarter is xmthiAa'blQ;
hence scrip books irmst be
used to secure records as
a basis for patronage sa-
vings
tfConsumers who mako cash
purchases will not have
patronage records| so the
profit1 of oa^sh purchases
will be subject to heavy
corporation income taxes
and cannot be returned to
the oonsarw "
The text of the Mill
Bo it naotd by the
Sen&to and House of Repre-
ss ntatives of the United
States of Merioa in Con*
gross assembled, That s^c.
tion 303 of the Hatioixality
Act of 1940, approved 0-
tobor 14,1940 (54 Stat.
1142, 8 U*S.O* 703), be,
and hereby is# amended by
striking out the said sec-
tion and enacting a new
section replacing it to
read -as foil owsi fiTIIE
RIGHT OF A PER_ TO BECOME
A NATUHALI2SD CITIZE1 OF
JHS UNITED STATES SHALL
IDT BE DEHIED OR AIDGED
BECAUSE OF RACE, COIDR,
CHEED^OR MT10ML ORIGII.11
Commented the Japanese
American C ommittee for
Democracy
nThe passage ot this
bill ?/ill establish the
equality of the Asiatic
people with all other peo-
ple, thus* prTiding a fun-
damental basis for ending
discrimination "because of
race, oolqr9 creed, or na-
tional origin.
!!It will for the first
time recognize the Asiatic
people in imarioa as part
of the whole Merioan peo-
pie and will lead to their
full integratxoxi into the
national life of our ooun-
try and its war effort,
s tr gtta nii^ xmt i.ona 1i _
ty and our all-out produc-
tion program for victory#
"It will strile a tre-
mendous tlow srt th Axis
and .against Axis propaganda
by discarding a falsa and
arbitrary differentiation
between people of different
races, and proving that
America is engaged in a
Veal people fs war for a
peaoo based on tru de-
mocracy. 11
Knodel saia
CONSUMER ENTEkPfllSES
TO SELL SOUP BOOKS



Page 2.
PIONEER
GRANADA (PIONEER
mA and ]
al of-
1 Published W-dnesdays and Saturdays by the
distributed free to each aparment Editorial
fice PIONEER -buildings Amfeche, Coloradof
Telephone? 63# Khan Komai# acting ed.
Not Racial War
A bill giving all p^risonsj sregardless of race,.color,
creed, or national-origin 6. right th become naturalized
,citizens, was introduce^ in the House of Representatives
by Con^re-ssman Vito Marcantonio*
The fact that a congressman of the United States
has the courage of his conviction^that this is not a
racial war--to introduce such a bill into the House of
Representatives is heartening*
At a time when fanatics are busily trying to prove
that the Axis is right in saying this is a racial war
by making an effor to strip Ameriosm citizens of their
birthright because of racet Marcantonioaction goes
far toward proving that this war is being fought
that the American way of life may continue ,
The passage of such a bill should erase any linger-
ing belief existing in the minds of our people that titw
racial barrier conffdirting the people of Japanese an-
0stry is insurmountable* ( 4
TO THE EDITOR:
This is to pub 1ioly
thankf the various depart,
merits, girls1 and beysf
clubs, the administration,
and the Community oounoil
for their aid in making
the Volunteers1 dance a
success
TO THE EDITOR
your paper of Feb. 27> and
I should like to subscribe
for same. I should like
to receive it regularly
Seme .friends and myself
enjoyed your art display*
' Mrs# A.A Morioh
Holly, Colo.
.... March 13,1943
mm mli
Closer cooperation with
the blook managers was
promised by Paul Freierof
the housing department#
From this week,, reports
of all incoming and out*
going persons permanent
or temporary, will be made
to the blook managersi
The authority for mak-
ing any moves, however,
rests with the housing
department, and although
it may consult the man-
agers* it need not seek
their consent*
Freier feels that de-
centralizing responsibil-
ities by letting the block
managers have authority
to aoprove moves will make
their job more difficult
without helping the hons*
ing situation.
* %
Delegates, appointed by
the co*op members of each
blook to nominate candi-
dates for the board of
direoto for the consumer
enterprises* really went
at it in a big way* The
members will have 27 can-
didates from whom to choose
their nine directors* This
is almost one candidate
to a block*
Hu splendid cooperation
we received in giving this
affair indicates the com-
munitv^s wholehearted sup_
port of the volunteers1
willingness to serve in
the armed forces
VOLUNTEERS1 DANCE COffillTEE
.TO THE EDITORt
I was presented with
.TRANSFERS.
Audrey and Mary Fujita,
from Poston; Isamu Fujita^
the Shigeru Fujiwaras# the
Kiyoharu Matsuyamas 9 Eka
Yamaura, the Edward Yoshi'
motos, from Jerome; he
Sukeichiro.Hiramatsus, Gila*
VISITORS,
SOLDIERS*
Cpl. George Nagai# Gamp
Carson, Colo.; Pfc. Hiroshi
Mitobe, Camp Crowder, Mo*;
Sgt.paul Kitsuse, Fort Ri-
ley, Kan. > SgtT* Terai,
Ffc Isao fort
Sam Houston* Tex* v 1 r
CIVILIANSi . T
Carl' Tamaki, BilH Kiyar
gi, Denver; Frank Endow,
George D. Kozuwa, San Aca-
cio; Mr* and Mrs. Ht Kuni-
yoshi, Ted Iviaruyama,
Uyeda^Mr* and Mrs. K. Shi-
ba# Irene and John Shiba,
Las Animas; ^oe Sene, Kay
Ogawa# Topaz; Mrs* Paul
Kitsuse, Fort Riley, Kan*
.VITAI STATISTICS,
BIRTHS i
To Mrand Mrs* Harvard
Katsvani Yuki, 7K-4F, a boy#
at the center hospital,
Mar 5*
To Mr* and Mrs, Keichi
TakashiTna^ 12K-2A, a boy,
at the center hospital,
Mar. 7.
To Mr, and Mrs# Kiiohi
Yoshida, a boy, at
he center hospital, Mar. 8#*
To Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Kazuo Kawasaki, 10E-10E, a
girl* at the oenj^r hospi-
tal, Mar. 9#
To Mr. and MrsGeorg
Tomojiro Sagara, 8E*lD> a
girl, at the center h3-pi^,_
tal, Mar# 9*
*
In the result of con-
tributions to tha Red Gross
War Fund, 8K was credited
with turning in the largest
sum of $60.35, but Fred
Morimoto of 6G says the
contribution from this
blooi B*a?fiopQted tcv $60*.4,
Five efthex* blocks,-
J1F;UH, 7H, ami 8E, ^tn>
passed the marl^ in
donations.
Lots of ore (Jit to them
and to all the other blocks
for going over the top*
as Tazi Sasaki put it*
Net to Ynemura*s con-
tribution of $14, a $1 for
each member oX 1^.3 family
Seiiohiro Tiakahuvhifa $10
was the largest individual
donation among the evacuees.
*
Mattresses, cots, and
comforts are not charged
to the block: managers but
to each resident and the
residents themselves will
be hold responsible for
these articles until checked
in to the housing depart-
ment when leaving the cen-
ter# -*Khan Komai


Inarch 13,1943
PIONEER
Page 3
Commuting To
Job Is Banned
Revised administrative
instructions received from
YIRA Director Dillon S,Ifyer
state that evacuees who ac-
'cep*E private employment
outside a TffiA project will
not be permitted to live
in he center.
Residents who accept
such employment, incudin
seasonal farm labor, must
make arrangements 0 live
----...CALENDAR i
TODAY
130 p,m*--C^ ordinat ing
council conference,Ter-
ry hall,
7:00 p.m*-'Movies, 7H mess
hall. *
730 p,m.--Movies, 7K mess
hall.
TOMORROW ,
7:00 p.m#--Movies, 7G mess
hall.
7:30 p.m,--Movies, 8F mesa
hall.
MONDAY
0 Woman l in our hours of
ease
Uncertain, coy, and hard
to please,
And variable as the.
shade
By the quivering aspen
madej.
outside the center for the
duration of* work,' Mye^r ^
concluded,
GOVEPNME'NTj
EMPLOYS 3
Those securing steno-
graphic pos itions with var-
ious governmental agencies
withirihe past fev; weeks,
according to Placemept Of-
ficer Walter J.Knodel, in-
clude Sadame Nomi and Hasu-
ye Sato with the Denver
TOA office, and True Shi-
bata with the 7vrar Labor
board,
CO-OP HEADS
NOMINATED
Nine members of the A-
mache Consumer Enterprises
board of directory will be
elected Saurriay* Nominees
are-Saburo Cujow, Ef Taki-
uchi FukudaShinshichi Fu-
jino, Tatsuzo Furukawa, I-
wazo Hamamoto, Shumcbi
Hashioka, James T. Hikxo.o,
Iiarrv Fir aba, Katsuki .Iki,
Akira Inaba A. Juzo Kaji-
oka, Tanirroro Konishi, Tsu
neyoshi Kobayashi, Jukichi
Kakashiina, Matsushi Naruse,
Tomotaro Nishizaki, Shi-
sato Ota, Takashi Shim,
Thomas S # Saito, Jakayu
Shirakava, Reiji 3ufr,imoto,
Shinsuke Sucrimoto, Henry
Haruo Tsuno, Koshiro UmQ-
kubo, Yoshisada Yamanaka,
# and Tanasaburo Yuzawa^
7:00 p.m.--Comiaunity ^et-
, Terry hall,
7:00 p.m*--Movies, 7& mess
-,
730 p,m,-*-Movies-, ,6P mess
hall.
TUESDAY
7:00 p.m.--Movies 9S mess
hall*
7:30 p,m#--Movies, HE mess
hall.
Movie Serial
To 8e Shown
"Between Us Girls," co-
starring Diana Barrymore
and Robert Curmninas, will
start its one-week run
morrow night
Besides the usual short
subjects, the first of the
12 chapters of a serial en-
titled nMystery Mountain,
a western drama t will be
shown in addition to the
main feature, announced
Harvey Turk, associate com-
munity services officer
CENTER OFFICIAL
DIES IN LAMAR
Roy M, Divin, member of
the property office, died
at his home in Lamar Thurs-
dav afternoon following a
long illness # He was 38.
TO RESUME
SHIPMENTS
Work on records concern-
ing vaouees1 stored house-
hold floods is almost com-
When pain and anguish
wring the brow,
A ministering angel thou l
SCOTT
FOOTNOTE
Says Frank Sullivan of
the above f A minister-
ing anfrel thou Okay*
But cross you once and--
wow I You stamp and pout
and hit the ceil and make
the male feel like a heel.
What chance has a guy a-
gainst you dears when you
dissolve in a flood of
ears ?"
COSWISN'T IT?
Editor Bob H. c omes
back from a visit in Boul-
der with he confusing re-
port that nYellow Cab Yel-
low ITa s Gone To War ln
Theyre every color but
yellow. Jus to be on the
consistent side, the Chec-
kered Cabs aren't checkered
either l *
B.U.G.
The new film that begins
its local run tomorrow is
entitled (yi 1-) Between Us
Girls 4
SEE?
s pronounced knee-
^ee,1* informs Tazi Sasaki,
referring to the mine of
her pride and joy, Ni?i
The is soft, as in
''maeiic .n
FIGURE THIS ONE OUT
.There were two Hassen*
pfeffer brothers, one named
Oswald and the other named
Griswold. One lived in
Boston- .^nd the other In Kew
Candidates for the mem-
brship corninitee are Sai-
jiro Hinoki, Toyoji Korrno,
Tatsuhiko Miyamoto, ,a n d
Kenjiro Mozawa. Three will
be elected * .
Yying for the three
positions on the aud i-
committee are Clar-
ence Arim, Yoshihito Ha-
friwara, K erxry Ishikawa,
Norrnan K. Kishi, and Mack
TI, Saito,
pleted for transfer to
Ralph Mitchell s office,
said Henry F, Halliday,
senior administrative of-
ficer As soon as this is
done, anplicaions will be
taken under new regulations
to be announcedshortily.
Word., has been received
from the San Francisco of-
fice indicating that the
shipment of p;oods previously
applied for wi1 be resumed
York, They had 15 cents
between so they bought
tv/o butterballs and boarded
a boat for New York. On
ate his and the other fell
overboard. Which was the
loser?
Wg give thanx for the
foregoingto Eddie Shimano,
former editor of the Santa
Aruta Pacemaker, now nbum-
ming around" in Greenwich
Village, NfYawk*


Pa.;e
PIONEER
.Liarch 13,1940
Iier talented hands- helped
create he dress that Scar-
let 0 !Hara wore -in 1939 fs
Ac: demy Awc.rd winner, nGone
ith the Wind,. She macie
the dresses the Snirley
Temple and ueanna burbir
wore in the picures which
skyrocketed them into star-
dom,
This studio seamstress
is Michi- Okubo of 6G-3B^
who has worked i'er such
famous motion picture stu-
dios a" .iKO, Fox, Universal,
Selznick, and United Art-
Research chemists with
experience in synthetic
rubber, plastics, and soy
beans are needed *by the
Minneapolis field office
of t\ie vYR/l, aimouncea Mario
Vecchio of the employment
office. *
Other job ofiera* are as
follows '
Experienced machinists
bvA- welders over 38 years
of ae or with families,
Minnesota*
Merr for shoe repairing
work, Chicago; trainee; or
practical nurses, Detroit,
.uesk men, women and men
with printing experience,
boiler room engineer capable
of making repairs, locker
room attendanand hospi-
tal kitchen workers, ivansas
City.
NURSE AIDE TRAINING
COURSE TO START MAR. !5
ists. Her associations
vdth these studios during
the oast 10 years be^an
with the completion of a
year1 s course in clressmak-
ing, ab Frank Trade
school in Los Angeles
The rare and valuable
experiences '/!ichi gained
during those years are not
limited to dre^craa^.in^ a*
lone/ 'for the, "time she
spent in watching the proc-
ess of movie-making has
given her a wide knowledge
of motion' picture produc-
tion* She remembers es-
pecially having e n'j oysd
seeing the entire .filming
of the A.aademy Award win-
ners nXitty Foyle,! and
"Suspicion-1
lichi 1 s work has f^iven
her many an opportunity to
ineet the HoUywood Idols.
She s me Clark Gable, Joan
Fontaine, Ginger o^ersj
Jimmy Stewart 3 and Ronala
Coleman (her favorite)--
to mention a few,
,.i3G Ulcubo, who possesses
a reserved .ut friendly
and eas&rrb personality,
wants to continue her ca-
reer .in suie eastern film
studio* Me anvrhiie she
intends to work in some
fashion shop in hevr York,
-r*Suyeo Sako
MEMORIAL PROGRAM
DIRECTED BY MATSUt
A memorial program di'
rected by Seijiro Matsui
was held on Sekku day re-
centlyat the 12Iimess hall
fciyako i'lagai ? M a r gie
Nagano, Esther Sato, Parian
orimoo, Sumie ]j o moto,
Hideko Shimozono, feruk
Arie A. Wilson, regis-
tered nurse ^ will give che
opening *lecture of nurse
aide training course, which
will start Mondayj 8 a.m.,
at the hospital adminis-
tration bu:i Iding classroom#
The ten'bive schedule
GATE CRASHERS
TO BE APPREHENDED
Anyone caught crashing
the gate11 or causing any
disturbance a future dances
vail be sent out to the
county jail in Lairiar, ac-
.cordi^g to Police Chief H:=ir-
*low M. Tomlinson. irThis is
necessary in. order to uphold
law and order/ he said.
SEEK TO FlflO
STOLEH PHOTO .
Anyone knovdng about the
disappearance of a framed
photogranh from a dry goods
store in Grenada is reques<-
of lectures, as released
by I/r. r. Carstarphen,
chief medical officer,
as follows
Anatomy, Dr. Cafstar
phen.
Foints in surgical nurs-
ing, June Laverick, RN.
Treatment of surgical
cases Benjamin uig.a s kD.
Kursing care of pneu-
monia, Sernice^ Steward,RK.
Ob s t etrical nu r sing,
Dagmar K# ^uarnstrom, iWy
and Helen Fanslan, RN,
Aieaical nursing, ki -
dreo L, Finley, RN,
Special instruction on
public healh will be given
by Ruth Hudson, public
he<h nurse, and Lewis
Dakan, sanitary engineer,
and isolation technique by
iiuby 1Ijeddeauj .
Seven Arrested
Here Sunday
Seven men were arrested
ted to report the inforraa-
tion to the center police
department or the PIONSER.
office. The sto rekeeper'
is anxious for the return'
of the .pboPgraphj as: it is
the only one has of *his*'
son who is now serving in
the. US Navy,, stated Yoichi
Nakamura, special detail'
officer.
Sunday evening on the charge
of disturbing the peace
and taken before the jus-
tice of peace at Lamar.
The ringleader was fined
45 and cost and sentenced
to five days in jail. Five
others v/ere also finea 5
each, but two of the boys
refused to pay and were
Wft in the Lamar jail.
LAST^YEA^S FUN'ERAL
PICTURES MAY BE OBTAINED
Rosidencs who had* funer-
eal pictures tak^n last fall
and winter by Joseph Jic-
Clelland, reports offi cer,
The prints- and negatives
of the funeral pictures
are furnished without cost
Residents v/ho obtained such
i;,a ano, Juneko Matsuura,
York katsuura, and Tamiko
Nakamura appeared in &
dance number.
and who have failed to claim
them are asked to obtairi.
them at the Reports office
in the PIONEER building.
prints recently may now
have the negaxiv' for fu-
ture use, according o
McClelland,


March 13, 1343
KIO^TwP,
e b
RWA members wilx hold a
job forum at the Y office
tomorrow at 2 p.m. Speak-
ers will be Mrs. Masao Sa-
tow, Civil ser^ioej Emi
Hinoki, dietetics; and Miohi
Okubo, dressmakings
1-
All Les Ninas members
are asked to attend an im-
portant meeting this after
noon at the home of Kau
Euviahara, 7K-3E,
Y-
All G2fs and their ad-
visers who are interested
in attending the Midwinter
conference in La Junta ars
asked to mefst at the Y of-
fice Monday, 6:30 p*m,
* Y*
nAmache*-The Ideal Com-
munity1* was the topic di
cussed by the Y Circle Wed-
nesday evening at the Y
office,
Y * .
The Y was hacoy to have
the Ben Yoshiokas use the
6G recreation hall to,r
their wedding. And thanks
to them for the contribu-
tion they made to help
furnish the USO room*
AMACHE YMCA
TO MEET
The Amache YMCA will
hold a meeting tomorrow,
2 p, afc ^muunoed
Seorg Morey> chairman *
Reports will be given
by Jimmie Yamanaka and
Masao Satow oa h West
Centralr@a council meet-
ing they & fete Med last
week end in Kaasas Cityf
George Yusawa, who a-
copani^d two delegates to
the Hi Y conference held
In Denver Saturday^ will
also give a report* *
Arranfeemeiits for a join
meeting with the board of
directors of the Pueblo
YMCA will be discussed*
Da^ic K ivatz, procure-
merit officer, and Ernest
M. Tig^es 3 assistant farm
superinterxdeyvbf r*^t urned.
Monday fi om a trip to Den-
ver and vicinity, where
they purchased farm machin-
ery, according to Alton 0,
Maad, chief pxocuremnt of-
ficer.
CHANGE MADE !N
VISITING HOURS
Visiting hours for th
newly }3ened isolation ward
of the center hospital has
been changedto? to 8 pm#
only,according to the hos-
pital office.
^AMACHii
StNGSPIRATtON

fcwo in Terry hall. They
will be open to the public*
Henry Suzuki da mil lead
a singspirucxon s s sion
during, fch _me@ting of the
Pr o testae t hi gh school
group at 8H-11E, > ptn*
tomorrow.
GUEST SPEAKERS
JOHNSON SPEAKS
YL Ray Johnson, qobmu-
nity aervioea chief# will
speak at the Protestant
collsge-ag@ group service
tomorrow, ? p#m., at lerry
hall,
-
To Band I girls--gret-
ings haw been sent to you
from the YWCA*s in Sr>otame
and Tacoma, Vfesh. 5 Mukegon,
Mich,% Los Angeles, Glen-
dale ,Pasadena, and Santa
Ana, Beaxamont, Tex.;
Col bus and Youngstowa,
Ohioi Linooln, Neb.5 Des
oines, leu; Lexington, Ky* 1
Mobile, iila* 1 and Knox-
Tille, Tann.
-Y-
Yoneko Kasai was elected
historian of the Patricians
recerrfcly*
The !10rettes will, ereot
a circular fence on zhe
empty lot across the street
from the northeast corner
of Black 8F this week d
for the scrapt metal driT
which they are starting.
Tell CTWyon to toss ;bheir
contribution in the circle,
Y-
11 Colleens11 was chosen as
the name of a new Y club
Ihursdey. Their e mblem
will be a shamrock, and
their colors, green and
white Club aims-Include
democracy, friendship, and
service#
Rev* ^urtis Westfell of
the L a mar Presbyterian
church will speak: at the
first in & of five
meetings ooimnemoratijag the
Week of Dedio&tion*-March
84-28#
Eeir# Harry Hashimoto,
Rev, Akira Kuroda, Dr. Kir-
by P^ge,Rt# Gabriel Upton,
and Rev Lester Suzuki will
complete the list of sp@ak-
ers,
The,,ftet three meetings
will be held at the 10H
church hall, and the last
HI RATA TO SPEAK
Heir* llfesao Hirata will
1? th speaker at th morn-
ing worship servie of the
Granada Protestant church
tomorrow* lev* Chiaki Ku^
zuhara will h& chairmn#
slide lecture
Evangelist George Kiya-
bu will give an illustrated
slide lecture on ^Spirrtu-
alism tomorrow, 7s30 p.m#J
at the 7G rMreation hall*
The public ia inirited*

Event , Time Rqc Hall
aUDuHIST
Sunday school 9s00 a*m# 7G-12G
SS teachers weeting 10s30 a*m* 7G-12G
YP seririoe 2:00 p#m 7G-12G
SEICH0-10-IYE
Service 7t00 p#m# 12G
PROTESTANT
Sunrise prayer meeting 6;15 a#m# 7G-12G
Sunday school 8s 45 am 8H
Japanese eerviG 10s00 a.m 7H-10H
English service 10;15 a.m# 8H
College-aga group meeting 7:00 p*m. 8H
High school group meeting. 7:00 p.m. 8H-11E


Pag,e 6
____ PIONEER ________March 13,1943
ENLISTEES HONORED^ /
VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
Boy Scout Troop 161 and
leader George Marumoto aided
in collecting don ations
for the recent Red Cross
drive They were respon-
sible for adding $56 to the
iled Cross fund#
Dorothy McDouga 11,clerk-
stenographer in Henry F*
Hallidayfs office, desires
to purchase a small steamer
trunk. Anyone who wishes
to sell one is requested
to contact Hallidays of-
fice in the north adminis-
tration building.

Members of Boy Stfout
Troop 162 acted as official
guides at the Amache Art
and Crafts festival last
week end*
Ino Abe @of 7K-7B was
hostess to 16 guests at a
arty honoring George and
Robert Kashiwagi, volun*
teers, and June Kashiwa^i,
who is leaving next week
for thfe* University of Texas*
@
A pianist for
the Seventh-Day Adventist
church, C ontact Geo rge
Kiyabu, 6G3F# Y/ill pay-
regular salary.
O
Col* Moberly and Lt.
Needei of the La Junta Air
base visited the center
Wednesday, '*
community get-together
will be held at Terry hall
from 7 to 9 p#m. Monday,
announced, the recreation
department. Singing, folk
dancing, and games will be
featured. The public is
invited.
Six dozens of Indian-
emblemed T shirts have been
sold this week by the Amache
high -school co-op store,
announced the physical ed-
ucation department
More are expected within
a few weeks They soli., for
75 cents each*

In reply o inquiries_of
many residents, John 0.
Moore, public welfare coun-
selor, said it is a "WRA pol
icy and not a center ruling
to pay clothing allowances
for October, November^ and
December to workers and
their dependents only*
CHURCH CHOIR
Six members of the ohurch
choir who volunteered for
the US Army were honored
at a party Tuesday night
at the 9L recreation hall.
They are Tom Matsuura,Yuki
Akaki, Hits Usui, Sherman
Kishi, Georjge Yoshida, and
Lens Murakami#^
6F YOUNG PEOPLE
A dance fating the
block's volunteers was held
by .the young people of 6Fl
Wednesday night at their
mess hall. Honorees were
Ben Sasaki, George Shiino,
Tom and Frank Saito, and
Jack Maafiet^uka#
CHRISTIAN GROUP
Nine volunteers were
guests of horior a a party
given at the 10H Christian
church hall by a group of
friends Sunday. Volunteer
Kay Sugahara spoke in be*
half of the enlistees
Honored guests were Roy
Satow, Yoshiro Befu, George
Saito, CaIvin Seito, Harry
Kuwahara, Buster .Suzuki,
Duke Yamasaki, Sam T^kaha-
shi, and Kay Sugahara**
BLOCK ur
The following volunteers
yypre honored at a party
given by the young people
of Block 11¢ Tuesday rdghtj
Harry Nakabe, Geo rge
tsuka# and Tom Morikawa,
11E; and Jiro Kaif 12F,
KAU KAU LANERS
Yuk Yawaa, Vfindy Kaji-
oka, 4Y6shi Matsuoka, Joe
Jiobu, Bill Wada, ana Sab
kamura> members of the
Kau Kau Lane athletic club
who volunteered for the
Army, were honored at a
dance vVednesday night at
the HE mess hall*


TULE UKE^Calif..^^ ' *
A YfAAC lieutenant in-
terviewed women interested
in joiniiig the corps.
The local hog farm is
ranked as the leader in hog
production in Northern Cal*,
ifornia*
ROIL.Ark
.ttKeeping fit physically11
is one of1 the programs of
tfte TWCiu C a 1 is then ics
are practiced,
a !,Lil NeeboH dance was
sponsored by the community
activities division#
The Royal Dukes, who
sponsored a queen contest
in the center# collected
$1028 and donated it to
the various community or-
ganizations to be used for
the benefit and welfare of
the residents*
TOPAZ, Utah...
The center hospital has
issued a call for 50 nurse
aides to meet the, nursing
per s on nel sho rtage A
three-week course vail be
given to ai SLpplicarrbs*
Topaz high school was
given a scrubbing when 1500
students washed the windows
and walls, painted and
polished the, stoves, mopped
floors, repaired the rooms,
and deposited and arranged
gravel for sidewalks
The March 3 doll exhibit
displayed homemade products
of crepre paper, stockingsf
wire,rags, wood, and yarn
TWo basketball teams
will represent the oenter
et the Rocky Mountain cham-
pionship tourney to be held
in Salt Lake City.
HEART MOUNTAIN, Wyo...
An alien evacuee pur.
ohCided 13000 worth of war
bonds to top all purchasers*
There will be a Private
Tojo in the all-nisei com-
bat unit.
POSTON, Ari2
father-son banquet
highlighted the Court of
Honor* The highest award,
Star Scout badge, was pro-
sented to Gene ivakata* The
evenings program was start-
ed witA mess call#
JEROME, Ark
^ Since the first of the
year, five tons of soap
has boon manufactured in
the center for the resi-
dents 1 use* The material
used are waste fkt from the
kitchens,lye and water.
Twenty-six res idents f
all over 60# years of age
and residing in one block
were the honored guests at
a talent show


ffffiCIM. 4 CHMW
DIVISION I
FIRST TEM
George Y^AZUMI (L)
Yoshio KURITA (G)
Frank MATSUURA (A)
Bill KAWASAKI (D)
Flu BA (L)
LEGEND.*
SECOHD TEAM
P (D) Mrs INOUYE
F (R) Nay TOGASHI
C (L) Tom YOKOI
G (L; ISHIGAKI
G (D) Tom HARATAFI
t. Lanors; G Giants j Rf Ramblers;,:
D# Dukes; A, Araians; S, Stovers. j
HONORABLE. IffiMIIONSs |
Sam 1'akanc. Sab Shieuru, Kameki ^o-|
rita, R; Sair. Nogawa, Tom Kawashima, G. |
DIVISION II (
FIRST TEAM SECOND TE
J&ck HAKAHASHI (2) F (Z) John NISHIIOJRA
George KAMAMOTO(A) F (S) Jimmy OTSUKI
Kaneo MIYOSHI (Z) C (A) Joe YATABE
Alfred KATO (A) G (Z) Shig ISHIGAKI
Jack ISERI (E) G (R) Jack KASHIHARA
LEGEND:
Z, Zaphyra; AAQr3j E# Esquiresj S$
Sebastopolj TU Argonauts; B, Buccaneers*
HONORABLE MEM IONS!
Mits Usui, R; James Kimoto, 2| Rinks
Sano, Shinkie Sano# Yone Fukunaga, B.
INDIANS TAKE FOURTH
WIN FROM HOLLY. 48-32
The high-flying Amachc Indians registered their
fourth win ever the Holly Wildcats by turning back th
invaders, 46-32, in the feature game played at th
Granada high 3chool gymriasitan Tuesday night#
March 13,1943 Page
MAT BOUT
DESCRIBED
In a recent issue of the
LA Times, Sporswriter
ven Dyer quotes from the
Chicago Daily Times to wit*
nKArl Pojello, former
heave^rirni wrestler, who
boasted that he could still
(he is 60) whip ary jujitsu
exponent in the worid, was
pitted &gainst Tamura Masa-
o, an instructor at; the
Jujitsu Institute of Amer-
ica, and considered as best
in this country,
uAfter 25 minutes of'
vicious grappling the ref-
eree, a licensed official
in Illinois, called off the
math. During that time
Tamura proved superior,
knocking out Pojello once
and repeatedly breaking
Greco-Roman holds.***
11 Tamura is an American*
bor35 Japanese and says h
is trying to aid this
country by teaching Amer-
icans how to defend them-
selves against he jujitsu*
trained soldiers of his own
race He was a true sports-
man through the contest,
resorting only to the
tricks of his game, which
he emphasized 1 isn a
sport, but a from of war-
fare.^*
NO B ALL'STARS
The picking of the All*
Star B t^ams -was dropped
as th managers failed to
7 _______________________
AM ACHE 6^
SMEAR HOLLY
Holding the Holly junior
varsity to a mere 3 points,
the Amache B*s rang th
bell for 41 digits to chalk
up their consecutive
win of the season in the
second game a the Granada
gyin Tuesday*
The scoring for t h
hapless Holly five was done
by gvjard t'hifer, who dropped
in a field goal, and for-
ward Pinkerton, v;ho made
good a gratis toss Bftth
of these tallies were made
in the first quarter.
Using every man on the
benohj the local Bfs scored
at will to make the game a
runaway.
Suirdto Nabeta collected
8 for the winners*
TROOP 162 IS
CAGE CHAMP
Troop 162 was crowned
the champions of the A
division in the Boy Soout
cage leagues t By going
through the season with
three straight wins, they
earned the right to the
title*
Meinbera of the Troop 162
team are Jack ltot Miles
Hamada, Russ and Ken Yama-
g&, Tom Sasaki, and Kats
Arlmoto*
Th B and C divisions
will QompletQ their season
The first half of the
contest was closely fought
and the local boys were
clanging to a 25-20 lead
at the intermission.
The second half told a
different story as the
Indians With Mas Uyesugi,
Lefty Kitagawa, and MSlugn
Yotsuya leading the scoring
parade rolled up a command*
ing lead* The Wildcats'
offensive thrust was held
down to 12 points#
Kitagawa and Uyesugl
were high for the Indians
with 11 and 10 points rq-
pectivelyv T.Gribben made
l*d for the losers*
PREP iniRfllllURfiL
TEfilTl CROLUnED
Tosh Okamura ?s hard-
fighting quintet captured
the high school's intra*
murfil championship by de*
feating Hsnk Shimadas teamy
4*3, in a one-quarter gamf
at the Granada gym Tuesday
Preceding this tilt,
the teams paired off in h
regular game, which th
onoe-defeated Shimada boys
wonj, 20-18, Until then,
the Okamura five was un-
defeated. Its loss neoea^
sitated the extra quarter
playoff for the ohampion-
ship,
SLUGGERS, ZEPHYRS
IN SOFTBALL TILT
The 8F Sluggers and the
Anache Zephyrs' piok -up
t^am will meet tomorrow
afternoorx at the 8S field
turn in their choices soon*
in a softball tilt*


Page 8,
_ PIONEER
March 1S# 1943
SJ. CHRONICLE TELLS OF
LIFE IN AMACHE^ CENTER
^ PORT
iE-ms
-----Joseph ,Idei
the post-mortem on, the
just-oonoluded 1943 hoop
season reads like this*.9
the Royal Araians ar the
undisputed kingpins of the
fast AA league#*they got
off to a slow start, gained
molnentum as the season pro-
grossed, hit the home
Lif'in the Granada re-
location center was do-
scribed in Mondays San
Francisco Chronicle* The
APPLY FOR
RATION BOOK
daily carried
a fuii-page spread which
included a feature story
by Leif Erickson, Associ-
atod Press staff writer,
and five photographs by
Wide World.
The article quotes a
PIONEER editorial,md opin^
ions of Masao Satov;, chair-
stretch under full steam,
and romped across tho.tape
the winner# # .take a bow,"
Araians, and Coach Su Fukti-
yaina# yours is an honor
welj, earned.**
the Laners were a dis-
appointment# #c o1o rfu 1,
potentially u ntoe a table#
ihey faltered at ttie three-
quarter markjmd faded from
the pennant picture..the
perfectly balanced taam#.
Skookums.#showed polish,
snap, and scoring power but
lacked the ol* fight,**the
Ramblefs with'fosh Shimizu
were always dangerotfs but
oouldn^ muster the 11 come
through" wlieiithegoing go
he toughestRockets
were too good for the A
league cind not quite good
enough for the AA*but they
oam close to pulling many
an upset* the winless Linear
Hoops were out of their
class and wound up in the
cellar, "however, giv thenx
credit for sticking it out
with a crippled squad and
punching all the way..#
In th two divisions of
the A league, the Kau Ksu
Laners stole the show in
Div* I, and the Amaoho..
Zephyrs hoggod tho lime-,
lights in Div# II.*t- he
playoff found the Zephyrs
coming out on top to be
crowned Ghamps
Bokays to the hard*
working *t hy .
faced many problems, were
stormed under with beefs,
but they managed to bring
the cage saason o a sue-
oessful.climax#, .hardest
working of th whole crew
was pint-s,izd K0 Yoshida*
who* _ Granada
Journal) is no nCharlie Mc-
Carthy **to him we doff'
our bfeitere'd^bheEpe^aui#. *
as prognosticators, we ,
boast of our consistency ,
always wrong.*#
' afterthought* wo n da r
when the title teams will*
receive their gold, silver,
or bronze basketballs?.#.
Residents leaving th
center on indefinite leaves
must make applications her
for rrtion books for canned
good#, ugar# ooffoe, and
shoos, said Loove Officer
Willis J Huason.
Thosa e-vaouoes who fail
to do 3 will be out of
luck./ ho added, b6oauso
local boards will not issue
ration books to them#
man of tto oounoil, and
Oski S* Taniwaki#
CAUrORNIA FACES
POTATOE SHORTAGE
LOS AMGELES, lar,12.-*
A critical shortage of ?
tatoes is reported in South-
ern California# No relief
can b oxpooted until late
April# according to wg-
etable dealers#
AND NCJW I Pkimi MISS MARY WATANABE AS
PIANO SOLOIST, SHE Will PERFORM RACHMAN-
INOFF'S PiAJO CONCI:RTO IN C-MlNOR OR J0,
ALSO ICHAKOWSKY'S PIANO CONCERTO IN 8-
ft AT MINOR---THE CLIMAX WIU BE
CHATANOOGAk HCO CHQO,


March 13,1943
!^ ACHE

^^NEWSj^/
PIOMEER
p rj
mn tn otnvER
TRIC TO ATTEND
Superjntendent of Sduca-
ion Paul J. Terry, with
Estelle Kdshimiya and Jimmy
Yainanaka, is leaving for
Denver^ tomorrow to appear
at A meeing of the Denver
_C^C)0 [E
0teu Pform
In Pueblo Soon
Namiko Ota, ninh grader
in school and v/sll known
The Art and Crafts fes-
tival held in Terry hall
last week drew about 10,000
spectators, including more
than 1000 outs ide vis iors
reople cam from such
distant places as Los Ange-
Minist^ria committee which
will.be held at the Ingle-
wood Coinjnunity church on
Mono ay. "
They are exp.eoted to
return here Monday eve-
ning.
Jr. High Uses
New System
A new kind of report
card is being used by the
junior nigh school instruc-
tors, who believe hat a
single ^rade such as A, B>
or C dees not provide e.nough
information about the acti-
vities i and &(fhieverr.ent of,
their pupils'.;
This new -type of. report
attempts to explain not
only the studentTs mastery
of he subject iratt^r but
also his improvement in
skill and' traits.
principal H. K lYalher
cordially invites parents
0 visit the school at any
ixre .
for her skill as a pianist,
will accompany Superinten-
dent of Education Paul J,
Terry and Herbert K. Yfal-
ther, junior hiph school
principal, to pueblo on
Tuesday where they will
appear before the rueblo
Chamber of Coiranerce
They will take with them
a representative group of
objets d'art from the Art
and Crafts festival held
last week*
The trip was arranged
by the secretary of the
organization, who is an old
friend of rrincipal Gaither,
Time Schedule
To Change
Starting March 15, a
new time schedule will go
into effect for the junior
hign school sudents.
The morning classes will
be held from 8:45 to 11:45,
while those in the after-
noon will b from 1 to 4.
Mi^Sf ICiffiS
Of the 22 nisei who are
working as teachers and
assistant teachers in., the
Ainache schools s 18 "have
degrees and the res have
had more than two years of
oollege education, accord-
ing to the education depart-
ment.
Harry Naka, UC graduate,
heads the list with having
a Master of Arts degree
Those who are credited
with n Bachelor of Arts
degree include
Helen Osaka, Compton JC^
UC; Yaeko Shimada, Pacific
Union college My Okazaki^
U. of .ashing;on; George
Kubota, San Jose State col-
lege, U. of Hawaii Kiyoshi
Kasai, UC j Saburo Toyama,
UCLA, LACC; May Matsi^inoto,
San Francisco State Teach-
ers college; Richard Suzu-
ki, Brawley JC, UC; Julia
Andow, Modesto JC, UC; Emi
Komatsu, LAGC, UCLA; Rose
Morey, UC, UCL^; Fuji Kata-
yana, UCLA; and Mixinde te-
doWj U
Bachelor of Science de-
gree holders are:-
Martha Takemura, J/k)desto
JC, UCjLynn Takagaki UCLA;
Fred Arimoto, UC; and .§hiro
Mori, UCUCLA.
The following have had
more than years of
college training '
Yasushi Kara, U-SC; Sumi
Kashiwagi, U* of Washing-
OA Stephens college, Bap-
tist Miss iornary Training
school; Frank '3 u yenaga,
Yuba JC; and Ctto Shinagawa,
UC.
Le^end-^UCj University
of California at Berkeley;
UGLA, University of Calif-
ornia at Los Angles; LACGf
Los Angeles City college;
les, California; Detroit,
Michigan j Kansas City,Mis-
souri; and Laurens, Iowa;
as well as from many neigh-
boring communities
Co-chairmen Mark Luoca
and Atsushi Kikuchihank
the following groups for
heir* co-operaion:
The schools, administra-
tion, outs ide hobbyists,
escort guards, and -the
many different clubs that
did their part.
Fire-Fighters
Get Praise.
The school authorities
expressed their confidence
in he cener*s f ire depart-
ment after he firemen had
given a realistic demon-
stration of fire-fighting
for he school children
"Thursday just before noon.
A bonfire was started
on the school grounds and,
simulaneously with the ring-
ing of the fire bell,a
call was put iiio he fire
department." Their three
trucks roared up o the
school in less than two
m:nutes, and the fire was
quickly extinguished'
Representative
Council Formed
A council of 26 students,
under he sponsorship of
Robert George, will plan
and manage all junior hign
school assembly programs.
This council is composed
of recently selected repre-
sentati-ves of the 13 gener-
al educaion classes of the
junior high school.
DEADLINE S£T
Registration for* he
Japanese language school
wi1 be open until 9 p.in^,
Monday at 8H laundry.


KSVHtlBO (
LITTLE NISE BOY)
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