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Granada pioneer, March 17, 1943

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Title:
Granada pioneer, March 17, 1943
Series Title:
Granada pioneer
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colo.
Publisher:
Granada War Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English

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

Notes

General Note:
Volume 1, Number 48

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

Auraria Membership

Aggregations:
Joseph H. McClelland Collection

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CLOSING DATE
ANNOUNCED
April1 is the deadline
set for making changes of
heads of families for the
third quarter clothing al-
lowances John 0 Moore,
public welfare oouns elor,
announced yesterday. Res-
idens are asked to see
Elsie Harikawa at the Re-
ception center*
Moore reemphasized the
previous announeeinent that
clothing all owanoes are
granted on the basis of
the head of the family
working* This is a WRA
policy and apt a center
ruling.
The third quarter cloth-
ing allowances, including
January, Feb ruary, and
March, are being prepared
now*
HIKERS ARE
Harlow M. T o mlinson,
center police chief, yes-
terday isaued the request
r=e=
refrain from umon keying
with the farm equipment*1
in the vicinity of the
center*
Unless the requests
are obeyed, pass privileges
may be revoked, he added.
ssssksssss--d A l E 0 -jsssj
TODAY
7:00 p,m*--Movies,12F mess
hall* v
7:30 p*m.--Movies,12H mess
hall%
TOMORROW
7:00 p,m.--Movies,11H mess
hall,
7;30 p,m.--Movies,11K mess
hall
FRIDAY
7;00 p.m*--Movies, 9H mess
hall.
7s30 p.m,--MÂ¥ies, 9L mess
hall. *
M_11Rf W10)
HLEIC1ION1 SliJID
An election for the Consumer enterprises board of
directors, membership committee, and auditing committee
wii take place Saturday,12 noon to 7 p.m., at block
information offices> according to E H. Runeorn, as-
sociate superintendent of c
IT'S A GREAT DAY
FOR THE IRISH
B!gorrah and bfgosh,
if it isrxft St. Patricks
Day again l i
While we*re? not sons
and daughters of **dear
old Erin,* it might not
be amiss for us to fol-
low the good Irish doc-
trine of always looking
on the happier side of
WRA Field Men
Visit center
Three IRA field ^ man,
Ytfilliam Fluke from
land, and C. F. Lane and
H* 0TBraun from Denver,
are visiting the center
this week, said Walter J*
Knodel, acting chief of
employmont# '
Fluke is from the Cleve-
land regional office, and.
will soon be located in
the Toledo branch,
Lcne and 0fBraun were
directed to this center by
Harold Cho&te, regional
relocation supervisor, to.
become acquainted with the
administration p^rsormed*
and to got a first-hand
picture of problems and-
oonditims among vraouoos j11
suid OBramu
omnunity enterprises*
All co-op members over
18 years of a^e may vote.
WBA personnel co-op members
will be permitted to vot
in any block on presenta-
tion of official receipts4
Nine men will be chosen
for the board of directors
and three each for the mem-
bership and auditing com*-
mittees.
If all offices are not
filled by a majority vote,
a re-election will ie held
among those who do not re-
ceive a majority.
Block c o u nailmen and
managers will serve as elec-
tion judges.
Following is the list
of oandiaates and their
qualifications s
CANDIDATES FOR THE
BOARD OF DIRbCTOAS:
Saburo Cujow, 53,10H-
10F, col lege insurance
businessman and interpreter
in Modesto#
E, Takiuchi Fukuda, 39,
11K-3E, USC civil engineer
of Los Angeles .
Shmshichi Fujino, 51,
7G-9F, Keihan college in
Japan*
Tatsuzo Furukawa, 69,
11H-12E, president of Sei-
nan Kiyogi kai, Los Angeles;
ex-direotor of hs Angeles
Japanese associatiion.
Iw&zo Hamamoto, 52, I1F-
2A, high school in Japan,
proprietor of grocery and
dry goods store for 25
CR. CAHSTAkPHEN
60ES TO ROHWER '
Dr* William Carstarphan,
chief medical officer, left
for R ohwer, Ark last
night to wind up his af-
fairs at that center* His
wife will accompany him on
his return horo.
years
Shuniehi Has hi oka 58
6G-2E, high school in Japan,
businessman in San Fran-
cisco.
James JT. Hikido, 45,
6F-12B, Htsaldfs college,
owner of auto repair shop.
Harry Hir&bara, 36, HE-
?


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PIONEER
6 R A N A D A PIONEER
fubliihed days and Saturdays by the WRA smd)-'-
distributed free- to 'each apartment. Editorial df- j
f ice FlQlffiER building^ teache^ Colorado. ]
Telephonev 63,:' Kus.okl^ir^*:ecU ^
^sl^arch 17^ 1943
A speq||lreing last
Friday the 'block managers
Let's Look Ahead
:fe41ial/iqzng 1.*Qf
Ks eTde:Wii oestry-. appealed-.i.i| the Chioago Tribune recently* ,:
Said the 0-r.iBurie . . ' * .:
."T^7-Thirds of the interned Japanese are ifeerican
citizens That^ also, is hom&thXng new under our con-
tiuti-onal systerr. On that theory can as imurioan
Q.itizen i.e locked up, with or "withou trial, because
of his ^raoa? i/t is & .natter of c-onaern to all Imerlean
itizems if any. iirnerloan oiti^en can be put In, a ca-
qentration cojiipJ1 . : .
G-an. a nawspaper the size of the Chicago Tribune fail-
to r#.ize that these are no concentrSifiori:6mTip*--or
is. r+ewwpaper gu;ily of trving; tes 4iacredit he Ad-
qjinis ration? Surely by-now the .program of the W,A.in
to re-establish hemselvep'withi.n the
general Arr-^riG,^n public-as familiar to. ev&ryane, inolua-
inp the b >g news papers 111e. <3ito.rCGUld. have mentioned
the ma V^ys in which.,the evacuees are gi?adually. be-
ing returned to n3pral -soqiety*,. . _ ,.
,Mistakes rriay have bqsn madQrdpring..he course of .-
xpergenoy ;evac.uationj but that..is-^ g^nt. incident* Orily
the future is :iF.portant.npw-~a future..fit .for the peo-
ple fightin.for it. Above all things v;e r.ust have teo-
opera ion, throughout our na ion in order to realuze the-
ideals .set* forth for out people by the present Adminis-
tration* ,-Ii1 thoso idea-ls are ¥/a^t-h. fi^htin^ and\ dying
for, then thevjre worh c41 thb cooperation1 Ve cungive-,,
arxd- it!-s tliroug]i the GoTOrr^ient that-we give' it. .
. .. - : r..;U,
i s i
'r
:>
dier
-;t is a word which to. nov^. is .knownxto few
ixneriea^is e^st of te faciflo but which hasre
m notion. %vi 11 be wei and: fayprably 'kripwri to a of: us
before he war is over A r4sei; . . an
piti,z,ep, whose parents, were Japanese t ..
There are. & largfp rtuiaber nisei in -the Far West,
Most of thari are as loyal to thp. .Upid: Stages-, as;ny
,othm;r.-P of -itoeripens# U.nti^ ,howeTOr.j
they were not eligibly, for servioe ip pur'§rxaa^! f-prqes
in this T/var h Jap/m and it§ -Jxi.s prtner, ;
* -monh ago, Secsretac f jfr, Stirrson anriour^ed
-that nisei :from. tl^en op y/ould e;oeepted for,trAinag
in s-peoial. .uni,ts, including- *inf*antry., artillery^ arir
.ginoer a-nd inodical pe.Tsonjiel,-and- v/ould* s.ae. actual
fight-ing, service in due cours^e, Under present- ar-range-
-menfta.i'nisei oan' get-.into th^,§o.^6rviGes through draft
.boards iji;the-ir comirunlties... .1,. .-:
It, seeirs beyorxd dispute 16 us that thif is the right
w^y to handle t-he matter# We feel confiderrfc^ poo,
that these men will 'become tough and valiant^ fip^rbers
tfor tthe- couatry of .parents4, adB'p-tidn# Judging
,froin-^ o-ur.:bbys /e-xpeu-ienoes witH soldiers! on
Guinea nd Guadalcanal,c.o_n.wed 1'afford .turn
some Japanese-descended*, fighting' ..talerxt-againat t-h6
CKTip'inal Japs : ":. ,.. .
i We got .he .. id.filial* "Tilatta suff !t! -kio-Jc
*out of .'this piec6'Gf-neH3"-a remwal of the canviotion
"that eitaaricarr demoamc.y can do^ 's-ucb t-HtBgs eind :g
wilv 'them gjpriously^^ because of .its .po^/or to
lat^-ract find^hold oya 1 ty'all manner of p^plo,
iJi opeMng the Army'to the nrsei, we thitik the War De-
partment did its best single dayfs work in months.
Collier1s
decided, that since the a-
mount cf. tusines-s necess i-
tated a special Hueing al-
mo.^t every %veek3 thc?v will
hold two regular meetings
a ?/eek on Tuesdays .and. Fri-
days . -
* *
The block managers ha^e
been compiling a list of
duties they have been per-
f"ormxn^ duties, they should
dontinue' to *pe'rfo*rmj and
duties riot performed now
but that can be added to
their work a
This list ven completed
is to be use to aid, a4 block managers
in their work*

...It was' called to the
attention of the council
that the steam boxes placed
in each kitchen o ster3 lize
the di^heg are net in use
in many of the tiocks*
.The$e s gtemn boxes were
plaoed,there by tho WHA for
the- peoples good*
The sanitary corps^wiiose
inspectors make the.roqud
of all.h mess halls, h^xn
reconurended that they be
fwt. into use, but with lit-
tle result, ,
I *
The. dishes and silver
can easily "be carriers of
coiqriUnicable, diseases,
,4.t Santa Anita some ser-
ious. cases :if tpencli inputli
resulted frop dishes that
were aot thoroughly cleaned*
It is hoped conditions
here caxibe remedied before
any s e r.ious consequence
develops ,
* **
The^l^sa |([as&p Satow
as council 611airman will
be sorely felt by both the
council .and the^oopnunity
at large #
Satow^ who tendered his
resignation because the
language nlass in which he
tmsmroHed takes all his
imej served as the ohair-
mnof :hp temporary, assem-
bly before being^ elected
chairman of the council.
His, pmny coortaets
a Y secretary made him an
i-deal^pa^p .to for tjie
council. ,
^I^IatsukiUki, r^^ent-
^hi^re f was ^ e Ifbted
council chairman xo suc-
ceed Satow# Khan Komai


-PIONEER-
ISO IB HlliAilO
BP 6 IE
. SKETCHES
In the February 25 edi-
tion of the PIONEER appeared
a short news item, t!Editor
Hirar.o heads the list in
answering the Army1 s ^ call
forrdsei soldiers/1 .refer-
ring to. th^ group of volun-
teers from the documeria-
tion and i:'I0NfeS3 taffs .
Since that day4 residents
have b^en asking, ,TWhat
kind of a fallow is he?
7/hat do^s he look like?
What's his background, and
v/hat do you think of him?T!
ur Afiior, Robert 8ci-
i^hiro Hirano, better known
aa Bob, or "Chin, is the
f^ll7ir.Yho shoul*ders all
respor.:; % i l4.^ier, receives
all th^ complaints s stands
up for his. co-workers, and
talers t-hf=! least- credit
for sor.^thing; xvell done.
My first impression of
him (v;hich proved .to be
correct) outlined-him as a
fallow v;ith all the noces-
sary experience, ability,
education, and initiative
to handle the a Unimportant
job of turning ou* a good
newspaper for the residents
here and the outside readers.
heb^
English section of ths Cali-
fornfa Jap^.n^se ^aily Kews
In Los Angol^^'prior to evac-
uation arfd on^*' of Very
"few rtisei to be employed by
a large metropolitan' news-
paper. He was sp*ors re-
porter for the Lo^. Angeles
Times
He worked his way through
the University of California
at Los, Angelas by writing
and editing, for the Los An
g^'les Japanese Daily News*
At UCLA he maiored inElnglish
and received his BA in 1942,
Efen from his high school
days the love for newspaper
v;ork was in' his blood, for
he vas editor of the John
high school paper*
Rob1s a real Uclan through
and through, for whenever
his "alma mater suffers a
ir.a sports defeat he alibis
so fast Aven Clem ir:cCarth
r 5crt>ing h championship
bout has to play seo6nd fid-
dlw,
In Los Angeles, th Hus -
ki.^s f basketball teain under
his superb guidahe^ was
orovmed champion Dfthe A
League. His sports inter*-
st.s are not confined to
basketball, however, as
plays fooball and/baseball
gs we 11,stabs a ry at ten-
nis and ping-pong, and even
jitterbugs
Our hero was dropped by
the stork in Bronxj NY (can
you blame him?I mean the
stork)^ and to this day he
(Hirauo) clains to be the
creator of the famous Bronx
cheer (is he kiddin'?).
Vvhether or not his birth-
place has anything to do
with it, he subscribes to
the New Yorker magazine.
THAT CHIN
' Bob tips the scalp at
135 or thereabouts, stands
five-six, wears specs, and
also "wears a chin that Pop-
eye -would envy. The story
tr.oes that" he caught H (his
chin) in a wringer o. ^ day.
One can easily recognize
Chin11 around the PI:ER
building not only by his
chin but ^Iso by his attrac-
tive (attractive in the
sense that everyone stops
his work v/henever Bob sings
and would tell him to shut
up only he 1 s the editor)
voice boTning_ out that une
n1Vhy don1 you fall in love
with me?M repeatedly,
WHAT HE SAYS-
One of the many reasons
we. like Bob so well is
he is so consistent (call
it one track mindedness,
if you will)* He 111 say
!,Good eye, good eye l !! 0
everything you say one
day* Next day he TtLl say
That's always'- good1' or
11 Knock yourself out^ to
every bit of conversation
you engage him in. Every
time lie sees a familiar
figure vmIking in the dis-
tance he f11 say Thats a
familiar figure n*--e ve ry
"t 11T1G v tr
SERIOUSLY-
All kidding asiae, Bob
is one fallow who knows" 'and
understands his work hor_
oughly# To sum him up
properly, he never asks
another fellow to do some-
thing he wouldn!t do him-
self.
Suyeo Sftkc
P* S. 1 wouldnft aak any-'
on to do something h
wouldnft do either. No
hard feelings Bob.
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/iY ///A?OS/// /r /lAf
HUSUA/O/t/'
(Now it1s our turn to
howl...IIEH, KEH
SAGA OF A CHIN
He was so quiet in school
that everybody called him
"mouse* 6ut nern* hey call
him nra
That1s our Hirano 2
Thumbnailer Sako writes
that Bobrs ohin'land we'do
mean CHIN!) was theresult
of a tussle with a 7,'ashing
machine wringer. This, Bob
indignantly denies 11 I
was a traicor
Unusual accidents are
nothing new in our editor's
life, tho *. At the age of
going on 15, Bob had
his third arm amputated,
"because it didn't match
the other two It had sev-
en finders' instead of six*11
11 Did I tell you/1 he in-
terrupts at this poiri
fabou the time I had insoia-
nia?' Onfe of xny heads snored
so loudly, It kept my other
head av/ake every night 2n
As for the time his
kpartmerxt here caught fire,
we have it on good-enough
auhority hat he was not
"visiting friends" as re-
ported ixihe PIONEER^ but
v;as busy "smooching IT,
At the end of eve ry
inonthj Bob sends what- is
left of his paycheck to
his beautiful Mongolian
wife, Lee Mee Ah Lon, in
Los Angeles.
Bob is very resourceful
in his own cue ways If
and whenever he happens to
get a headachej he doesn1t
run around looking for as-
pirins ;*he merely bounces
a baseball bat over ms
left head (thatTs the good
one; his right one is not
absolutely norma)
If his bat is not handy,
he fondly grabs his aching
head in his three hands and
twelve fingers and bashes
the walls of his unit with
it. After a practical and
enlightening demonstration
of his headache cure tech-
nique ,Bob mumbled through
the blood and gore j "The
"way I figure, if this won1
do it, nohing else will/1
Yes, sir. Bob is really
one to be admired for his
marTOlous deducrions. '


Pa^e 4__________-______:______________PIONEER______________________^irch 171943
Lrs Lottie kore Monday
evening to plan the interior
decorations for the 6G
recreation hall which will
be the center's USO head-
quarers
Those helping to make
it home-like for visiting
soldiers are Mesdames Her-
bert '\raher, Fiyako Hino-
ki, G. Y Takeyama, K.
-Iv:asuq, Sh4$ue ,lYaanabe,
and Lili Sasaki, ana Eir.i
Hinoki^ Catherine Lague s
Yaohiyo Kusunoki, W. Ray
Johnsorij -jac^ie Jonokiohi,
and George. Yoshioka.
Showing an interest in
handicraft are the Jumor-
etes aid Silverines^ who
will he instructed in the
art at their next session
by Masaji .Murai.
Many new faces were seen
at the RWA meeting Sunday
at he y office Swell
pointers were given by 'Mrs
Ivia^ao Saow on civil serv-
ice ,.and by !. iohi Okubo on
dressmaking and finishing*
The qex ruebting wille
co-ed. .
--Y-
Our GR!s will be in
charge of the closing cere-
mony at the GS conference
in La Junta Saturday*
!!GR!s on the home 'front11
is the heme for the con-
fab* The delerates will
stay overnight at 'Rocky
Ford, . . * '
.I Furukav;a and Re iko
Habu will be_ in charge of
the Xv/enteens1 meeting at
.the Y off: oe, 7 p.m* Friday.
:-
IVho will win? ig. the
question asked by other Y
meir.bers as they v/atoh 11 the
Wee Teeners and Ju:o.iorettes
rush a .certain young daugh-
ter cf n appointed person-
r el meinbe r
, To Silverines--Instead
of. jneeing in. the middle
of he. ir.exn'bers. will
gather on Saurday after
noons^ at the olassrbom of
.their adviserj.Gra.ee Lewis.
Y.
* Renember to. throw your
scrap in^tal within the cir-
cular fence on the ^empty
lot across- froir Block oF.
Nf IN
f|:_
3ACKAI,.'ENT05 March lll--
The State Personnel board;
which has acted o remenre
Japanese-American employes
from state' service, has
been oautioned bv the State
depprtr.ent o "take no ac-
ion which would be incon-
sisteirt v/ith policy 07yard
lo,^al American' citizens of
.i

' \
of state, advised the mem-
bers o obain an opinion
from' the T.Var Relocation
authority for an opinion
regarding the civil service
cases.
Shaw forwarded a White
House letter o the TTar
Department^ daed Felu 1,
in which the President ex1-
alien parentage *!t
The board last year dis-
charged 74 civil service
employes of Japanese an-
cestry and the Board of
Equalization fired an ad-
diional 13* A bout 150
pr'oba*t:i onary and temporary
workers were dismissed*
pressed his* viev/s on citi-
zens of- Japanese ancestry.
116 loyal citizen of the
United States, Roosevelt
wrote ^ should be denied
the rig At to "exercise res-
ponsAbilities of his oi"
tizenship,!, repardlesrs of
ancestry*.
Most of the employes, now
in relocaion centers, have
requested hearings
In a letter o the Per-
sonnel board, G Howland
Shaw, assistant secretary
The Personnel board ar-
ranged a conference with
he Sate Attorney General^
office 0 discuss possible
action in the light of the
State department1s leter*
/\
WOMEN ELECT
OFFICERS
OTTAV.A^ March 16. Abou
90 per cent of the Japanese
Mrs,.Shizuko Kamiya, 10E,
and Mrs. Yoshiko Miyahara,
fishing "leet, soiled th'e
Canadian g.ove,rnnent after
Pearl Harbor, w.i 11 be re-
turned to active fishing-,
the Japanese Fishing Ves-
sels Disposal coinmittge
saia tms week.
.Of the 337 vessels
.taicen over by the comirdt-
tee, 950 .have been sold,
'200 returned .to their own-
ers ,and *187 transferred
to the Alien Property cus-
todian*.
vital
__STATISTICS__
BIRTH:
.To Mr. and Lrs George
Fulcuda4 Jr, 7H-1A, a boy,
at, ..thecenter __hospitalj
Mar,12.
llHj were eleced co-chair-
men of the "Woinen's Federa-
tion council at a recent
me-eting of the organization.
Other officers chosen
were Mrs* Mural,8K, and
Mrs lino, 10E, secretaries;
Mrs Mitani,11113 treasur-
er; and Mrs Narurr-i, Mrs
Ohaina, and Ivlrs k Kanazawa^
advisers *
GEORGE KIYA8U'
TO LECTURE .
!H/vThat and Y/here'is HeaT-
en?!, will be the subject
of the lecture to be given
by Evangelist George Kiya-
'bu tonight at 7:30 in the
7G recreation hall. Movies
will be shown from 7 p*m*
The public is invited,
-:s £
.Event. Time .,.
SEICHO-NO-IYE .
Service 7:00 p.m.
BUDDHJST -
.Adult service 2:0-0 P*rn.
, .CATQOWC *
!Mass 8:00 am*
.:,S^yE^T.F-.DAy. ADVENTIST
Sabbath.,school' './ 8:30 a*m.
AdjJilt. sarvioe 9$0 a*m.
Sermon. ; ( :; 11:00 a#m.*
Rec Hall
7G-12G
7G>12G
11K
7G
7G
7G


March 17,1943_________
RECEIPTS
DEADLINE SET
March 25 is the las day
on which cash register
slips will-, be accepted by
he Consumer Enterprises,
the department announced
Monday. Customers are urged
to turn in their receipts
as soon as possible at the
check-cashing booth in the
west end of the flOKEER
building.
IKI SUCCEEDS SATOW
TO COUNCIL OFFICE
Katsuki Iki, representa~
:Lve from block 12G and an
executive comir.itteeman from
his district, v;as elected
chairman of the council to
succeed Masao Satcn
Satow tendered his re-
signation because the lan-
guage course in which he
has enrolled occupies all
of his time.
________PIOIJESR________
NEW FARMING
PROGRAM SET
The center farm will
begin an extensive vege-
table seed- planting pro-
gram as soon as the weather
is suitable, Chief Clerk
Jack ^oda reported this
week.
Hot beds for broccoli,
cabbage, ceery, egg plants,
and pepper have been con-
structed and seeds have
been planted in many of
them, Noda said. Onions,
spinach, letuce peas,
radishes, Swiss chard, and
turnips are ready to be
planted at the first op-
portunity.
Supervisors have al-
ready set up their units
but still need more men*
Noda asks all residents in-
erested in farm work to
auoly at the farm office
immediately*
__________________Page 5
Film of Center
To Be Shown
News reel picures raKen
at Amache by a Paramount
photographer recently will
be shown a he Pioneer
theater in Lamar on Sun-
der^ and Monday.
Although ransporation
facilities prohibit large
numbers of residents from
going to Lamar to see the
film, the normal quota of
daily passes will be dou-
bled for he two days, ac-
cording to .Harlow Toir.lin-
son, chief of internal
s e ourity. A rmy enU s
ment activities here, the
schools, and other scenes
will be shown.
URGE RESIDENTS TO
SAVE NEWSPAPERS
Residents are asked 0
save newspapers for the
center hospitalfs use* The
block infomaion offie.es
will receive the paper con-
tribuions starting today*
I WAN AG A, I TO
TAKE VOWS
George Iwanaga and Molly
Ito were married by County
Judge E. R* Jones at his
home in Lamar Sunday after-
noon*
Approximately 125 guests
attended the wedding recep-
tion held at the 12E mess
hall Sunday evening. Sumi
Kawamura sang songs, and
impromp u entertainment
was also prosentod,.
Th bridG is the daugh-
ter of Mrf and Mrs. Tsune-
jiro o,?E-3E, The bride-
groom is the son of Mr, and
Mrs. Torahiko'Iwanaga, 12E-
12E.
Baishakunin were Mr. and
Mr.s Tasuji Inano and Mr.
and Mrs Yasujiro Hirai.
The newlyweds are now
residing at 12E-11F.
NISEI PLACES IN
SCHOLASTIC CONTEST
PUEBLO, Mar..17,-- Taka
Ratsuma, senior at Pueblors
Central high school, won
two places in the first
round of the annual state
high school scholarship
c-mpetition sponsored by
the Western State college
at Gunnison last week.
Miss Katsuma won second
place in English and fourth
place in literature.
DAY AFTER DAY (7 DCu"
I'M NOT VERY FAIHLIAR WITH UM,
WA^ THAT LEGAL ,


I-age G-
25 WORKtRS
AK[ NtfDFD
Twenty-! ive men are need-
ed i.^eciiacely to do work
on 1' '/e; ock, according to
Harry :)mo of Coz&rlMeo,
who is repress nting Noel
Co':.rcup^rvisor for the
A r -'.our o o mpany Fi f ty
others w;* j.l needed at a
1at^r da tc
I..:en with farra experience
are p^efei-red because they
will later v-jerk wlfch'car-
ro'os cabbage3 potatoes ,
and onioris s Genno ^ai0e
^ppMoaivfcs are akeato ii--
quire Che 10yinent of-
fice -..r 3Q 0ouo at 123
Re vll]t'eiriai n hore hrou^
the erf.
'is on a coirtract
ban is and is c;ooi for Six
nonths ihose J.ey i riri£.o
studythe con'raets may ob-
tain blieiTia;j he employment
rpio'e iirrar)^eirents for
faival^" men mil be ii.acie
zrrr rr~.rr V I .S I T S ~.vrr t
SOU. I-Kl;
I f ::iyuki H. Tpjia.kr.,
Pf n '! W nlc Mi zuf uka Camp
Robinnoi,Ark *; -Si^t Matsru
Watanaiy- Pine } NY;
Pfc: crjert r.u jii .Fort
Francis ' . ./arrer T/vo
Cp] yori n.'to Jrt
Leonard wood, :lo
Pfc: I;Vui Taxmira, Pic
Keijj. Yoc'suy^ ,.o.rt -Lc^iver-
worth, .Kars'<; ,3gt-. .P.au.l Ki
tnusoj PvGeorge ami,
Pfc Tom YamnyoshI, -^'.orb
Rile;;, Kar, Staff S,^0 T.a
s-hio Tmi, Px'c .' Isao. \T3u~
chiya 3 r'ort Sam Houstyr-y
Tex ... ; .-.
V.' ' j. 0
Cars or,
emuu:
. A\-evt Gibson^ r'rank
Thunbor^, Oeorre Farrell,
Wa-$1 L/i ton, DO, iiarry Otomo,
Joe ^1/arove, 'Lamar;
03 0eir ;.Ison, Lcngiuonl:;ii
'ori,"hi ^ holly; E. i{9
RoLer f:-0 CoGrade Springs
'Lir oxar% =Pf. Ska!3,
Pi;,'!'lc; .at, Lusaka, Air.: ana
:r. 1-1. saka, Nob Tashiro,
La'- kt4 (ms ; i^ana Shultz.j
Kelt n User, -Ethel ^ook,
M.arha m' uious -j, Fav
)Y7/eJ.ler La
Q^or.'.e Ennasono, Fred
Tto, Lstve.rstein, M. .
Jacobs Hq 'Jidams Dm *
r'lchaiidson, Kenneth Eat.^u,
Mr RiSh Denver.
eor;-.e r.agai*, -Caifip
CqiIo* 5 . p-l.Cury
,Camp 1. ,0010^
Several'positions for
nurses are now open at the
c;ner hos pi tal,acccramg
to an announcement from
Mrs. Auth Hudson, oublic
health nurse _
! 'A-iyone who is a'.grad%iate
pi"? tx credited school of
jiursing^ or any practical
p^r'3 0 v/iio has ha a at least
/tWQ'.._::,rs of experience
bh-e supervision of a
hc^spi L or iiedicai author-
ity'- is asked to report to
for a personal
Jaiberri^V5-. * ,
MOVIE "'SeRIAL
tb D^rED
The" ^ 0 r ia!,, J,mystery
Mountain,51 sc-heSuled -to be
shown this week, dia not
arrive- through some mis-
understanding on tlie book-
ing of the picture. new
serial is anticipated this
coming %veek however.
FIRf OtPAlUMhNf '
-Amy volunteersSoiTa-
ke^hi, Ciecr^e a]d Shoji Yo-
sm.de,, Hor-icc Tadakuma ,-en
Sasalri Jack Ka m e trn^ce ,
and Sho and Kiyo oiuchi
were honored by their el-
low firemen at a dinner-
dance held at the fire s ta-
ion TlvuiGdUy night
Vern Campbell, associate
fire .protection o^fiaer s
and Hoggi e Kajioka 3 a fire
chief,'-e brief speeches ,
aiid Mor^ce Tadalcuma re-
sponded on behalf of he
enlis be :.r3George Morofuji
w1 g master cf ceremonies.
,-Among the guests were
kn a ad ..rs ,roth and
danes Vern' Campbell and
Jerry Sulliyan
TliCOF 1/9 :
Scout irCOo 179 comoosod
of b:ys rrierly of -Loa.
./ui^el.rfs .->'/ a p y in
the hall Itst week
in 'hcn6r cf thoir scoirb
leadorr. v/ho are al Army
volunteers,:, They are Yo-
shirp ,efu, Toa'-Ma tsuura 5
and/Of or'-e and Calvin Sai-
to.( l:B3r.o Sat;0Wy b 1 0 c&
c oun oil ^nan v;a s a 1 s 0 an h or
oj.ed ^u--rt
i ArrarU-.enents were made
by Scoul' eoxnxnitteenen Rob-
ert Acamoto, ^ac '"ujiwara,
Keikichi Fukuy .a Yutaka
Kubota } Joseph Ivliyahara ,
and doy Uragami
PUllPLh HEARTS
Volunteers Sab Ckamura9
Ji:r. *Yama^uc-:i,.and Joe Ka-
.rdya were ^ueas of honor
et a social given by the
Purple Hearts club Satur-
day night a the mess
hall. Gvraes refrehments ,
and dancing were featured.
oiuri laketa and Chidori
Shioanyvere in charge.
df YCUIVCj PEOPLE
A banquet honoring four
voluneers was given by
the youn^ peoole *s club of
Block 3f Saurday nigh.
Honored guests were Georbe
Aa3hiv.ragi, c&iro Kato,
Jiimy Kawamoto, and Joe
Yasuda, and he toasteaster
v;aE 'Shi^oki Pliratsuka* Ap-
proximately 150 people were
'ih a cendance
8LCd 12E
The .IE'S mess crew hon-
ored four''of their workers
who volunteered for he
Army afc a dinner in heir
mess hail Saturday evening.
Those feted -were, llay Toga-
sM/Yuki Alcaki Marie Hash-
imuto^ 'and red O^awa
Soaf' Scard^/
Is lempomr,'
The soap scarcity is
.only temporary situation j
Kenichi Shintani, manager
of zhe variety stor?, said
Monday. Inis is due to
the delayed shipments
caused \by transportation
d i f f i 0 u It i -iV*§ a les will
be -liniited ^nti 1t.s
are j.aore frequent, he s^id.
V[TFRANS OPPOSE
NISEI RECRUITING
The Torrance (Calif.)
Veterans of Foreign Wars
adopted a resclutior op-
posing tho recruiting of
Japanese-Americans for reg-
ular J,rmy service', accord-
ing to a recent issue of
the LA Times'."
They stated that "the
enrolling of Japanese-Amer-
icar.s in the c.rmed forces
is dangerous to the nation-
al welr>re and embarrassing
to our roops"
___ PIUNEER_______Liaroh 17,1943
VCiyNTlIRS FE1ED BÂ¥ r
VARIOUS QmAHilAUOHS


March 17194,3

3?d&V
BLOCK M^NA^ERSt^.
Wii.L NOTIFY '*
Residents are asked no
to call for their shoe ra-
ymif Chicago
OFFICE IS EXPLAINED
_Page 7
WRA
tion certificates until CHICAGO, ¥aroh 16.--The work of the WRA employment
hey have been noified "by office here -was explained by Correspondent Dorothea
their respective block K^hn this week ih he1 Christian Science Monitor*
managers
Service will be speeded
up with thecooperation of
the residents*
BROADCAST FORUM
ON JAi1>ANtS£
-Head of the office, whic
sin, Indiana, and Michigan,
irver Californian, who served
as a A administrator at
Tule Lake-,
"* Shirrell poins ou that
the office does no intend
serves Illinois, Wiscon-
is Elmer L# Shirrell,for-
be reasonably friendly to
the new;omGrs, /tnd that
he particular jobs offered
are at prevailing v/ages
A CBS broadcast las
week' presented a forum,
"Should the Japanese E
Deported After the War?/1
over station KI\X in Los
Angeles.
Carey KcWillians, well-
Icnown for his championing
of minority groups, spoke
for the negaive*
to do any wholesale relo-
cating, but will "keep its
ear o the ground to find
oppor uni ies j and then
b^ing the prospective em-
p oyer and employee to-
gether, letting them take
care of he rqst pf the
negotiations"
"Four field man will,
work out of this, office in
the Monitor said.
Shirrell explained that
great care will be taken
thrt those encouraged to
take positions in the in-
terior are people of the
"bes type
ART STUDIO WILL '
PRESENT EXHIBIT
Tl^e art studio of ..the
.WANT E CL
Barbers to work iri the
Cornnuniy Enterprise bar:
ber shop. Those interested,
please apply ait,,he:
prises 1 garter .shbp-* '
co-operation with the Uni-
ted States Employment ser-..
ri6f -T/hey . v is i t
c'irirurii-ti^s ^ -in-- are'-
found pe op la i ng.., .to
emplQj?. Japanese'iab'or, Irak-"
inp -g
.. > \
repre.ation department will
presen an exhibit of draw-
irigs and paintings at the
7E. recreaion hall Mar. 26,
27, and 28^. Tokio Uyeyama^
instructor, announced this
week*
MORE ON CENTEK C
NOMINEES
continued froir.' page-1
iiV C, r^Ioyu of- -
0. nn5 .former. cr.mrof- art .
3hcp--"n- r.n- FranciscoV
'Shigesatb Ota, 42, '11G-'
2E, 'h'igh school, prev^ideht
of Retail Herchants* asso-
ioru
Takashi SHirra, 60, 9L-
51/, Dai't Shi Koto' ool'iege'
in Japan and University of
M innesota, pre sident of.
SoVfcheTTi California Retail,
Produce association and
treasurer of Ji ashing ton
produce Co, ;
Thomas S.Saito,44,11KW.
8G, International Account-
ants 1 school^ manager ar.d_
partner of Union Iir.porting
Co*
Takayu ohirakawa, 36,
8G-12D, Kyoto Irperial
uni vorsitv., p ri e s
Hei ji S.un'.imoto, 5.3,111-1-
9B., president' of Union xrur"
sery9
SKinsuke Supimotoy 58,
11G-2E ,San* Kbt'6 cci)li4'go;
and 'Karvai-d urj-^ers itv,,
two years, owner pf ho'tel
and restaurant, ins usance
agent and clerk for 17IK,
London. . .
Henry Haruo -Tsux^Oj 36j
7r[-lB,li.igh school in United
States and Japan, banker
and finanaier. for 15 .years*.
f K'osli.i'ro. Urnekubc.,. (6Q,
XlG-llB^high school, pres-
ident of'Laundry and Cl^eari-..
ers V.."association#. y
Yosh-i-sada Yama^iaka, 58
8K-10F4 o-olla'gei, owner -of
grocery and, S.Yr-ir^portiing
Co
Tamasaburo Yuzawa,. 58,
8k-10B, college, owner, of
flower'shop*
"'Katsuki Iki, 59,12G-5S?
UC.j. i|ispoct:or : of Suxisu.t .
Oil Co. and managepf.-.HJ.-* ...
no dp : FetroJ-euir,. 0..., Los
Angeles branch.
.Akir^ Inab^, 52., ^F-SEy
hi?:h aohool in.United States
arid Japarij owner of Super
.market. ..... . . .
.A. Ju^o Kajioka, 45,
10E-3D, Tiif.h school in- Jap-
.an and- bxisiress oo 11 ege,
.owxiGr.of Toyo^Seed and Plant-.
Co., Francisco*
Tanigoro Konishi, .47,
.6E-12D, agriculture school
in Japan and collegej man-
ager .of ... the.. United Farm^ -
ers ^ .assooiatipp. of Cal^f-
\ orniaf
! .TsuneyosM Kobayas hi}
43^ high school
.inJapan, businessman in
grocery a^id produce,;
Jukichi Fakashiiria^ 64,
8E-8F-, businessman.
'Matsushi 51,10H-
30, hip;h school in Japan> -
owner of oover Produce
Co. and president of Sun
Produce C.
.CANDIDATES FOR AUDIT*
im GOiailTTSEj
-Clarence Y Arlira, 39,
9K-7A> University of Utah,
office manager of Sun pro-
duce and Union Paper 0
Yoshihiko Ha^iwaraj 43,
6G.-6Bcoirancrcial college
in. Japan, Three Star Produce .
Co., saven years.
.H@.nr.y Ishikawa, 30,12G -
113, UCL/ accountant and
office managor for.Pacific
Traclinr, 0
Norna-n jw. X5-shi, 35,.
1CB-10E, -C-GP, Lstnnt
.nanagor of I i fri rxf sten Fruit
Growerc^atisociatian-
Mack 3r,itb, 4^,12G-
2C> high ^zhool.-urxo, account-
ant :3*c1i accountant.
and cwn> : r* j. j "bu^ ^ n- s
CALL) m ::FOR FrMBKB*
SHIP 'j i1 ;
6^1.1 - rxki, 54, 9B1
12Am soh.col, business-
nanv J
Toyoji Konro., 57, 9H-
12D> UC, icorpora01%
Tatsuhiko Miyamoto, 40^
60-2E, c ollsge^ teacher
.and doctor,. . .'
Kenjiro Nozawn^ 54,12H-
lOA^high school^ business-
,man In produce. l .
,Toipotaro Nishizaki,
.6H-9A, college^ 9irp loye:e
of* finasece 60mpn'y and
owner of grocery.


by Jiro Sumita
SAmiG
Wi fch the baaketball sea-
son officially closed# King
Softteill 'tos venburea out
of his long winter Hiber-
nation and taken ovor
sports 1 spotlight*
Already, hun dreds of
kids have dragged out their
gloves and with the glad
shout of {|play baiin taken
to this favorite sandlot
pastime.
The recreation depart-
ment has officially an*
nounced that their next
sports program will be
softball# Enthusiasts may
expect call for league
sign-ups in a couple of
weeks* Here 1s looking for-
ward to a successful season*
GHAMPS?
The other day, a fella
left us a note stating that
the 11G iroeyball team ws
accepting the challenge of
the Skooleums, champions of
the i.Iercea asseinbly center#
maybe w^ong HDut .this is
th first time'we*^ heard
that the Skookums, or any
other team for Ihat matter
were croro'ed champs of lriAO#
UNFAIR
personally Relieve
that the following ruling
d before the basketball
season got underway, quotes
Students taking part in th
r e c reation d e p artment s
athletic leagues will
heoom& ineligible to par-
ticipate in any high school
sports during the rest of
the high school career, un-
quote a is unfair.
W suggest that if a
student isn^ a member of
a high school team, he be
allowed to take part in
any outsit leagues without
hurting his high school
eligibility status in fu-
ture sports As long as Uie
school is not a member of
Colorado ffigii School Inter-
scholastic federation, we-
aarrnot see why such a strict
ruling is enforced*
GOOD SPORTS
Mas Terai 3 coach of the
Rocke live and recent Army
volunteer, is our sports1
figure for this week*
Attending Brentwood high
more than a deoade ago,
Terai left an enviable
string of records in base-
V^5/7T CAGaS
CS LOSE TO JUNIOR HIGH
The first seaso defeat
of the high school Cfs were
handed them by the jmi.or
high school varsity in an
upset> 27-18, at the Gra-
nada high school gym Frx-
day in the initial contest.
With both teams lacking
scoring power, the game
progressed slowly and at
halftime the score was 11-
9 in favor of the junior
high rmn*
The second half told A
different story a$ the
-winners started to hit the
buclcet* v&en the smoke ctf
battle had cleared, the Cra
had yielded 17 points while
collecting only 7
Ifekoto Sakaguchi dumped
in 9 digits to pace the
victors' while Jim Yaitiasaki
was high poiirb fc?r the
losers with 3.
IIGATHLETtS
ROUT RIVALS
Boasting victories in
softball3 baskfball, and
Volleyball, the sports en-
t husiasts of Block 11G
had. a field day ov^r th
week-end*
Saturday, their softball
team walked over the Block
12H team, 20-5 Sunday,
they defeated the 10H fiTe,
29-20, and also the 9H
capers, 36*19* In two vol-
leyball tilts, they ran
off with, victories.
Sch eduled for Sunday
are three volleyball con-
tests with the main fea-
ture .b r i nging tog ether
the 11G team and the Skoo-
kyms1 team
ball, bask'ball, and tracks
After his prep daya, he
joined the powerful^Brent-
wood Town team# which once
ruled the Contra Costa in-
dusriai hoop league* Before
evacuation., his spare time
was devoted to managing
cage 'teamsboth boys and
girls,, He .is admired and
resDected by all who com
under his tutorship.
By ringing up twice as
ny points as the B cagers ,
the Amache high varsity
walked away with a 49-24
victory in a grudge battle
at the Granada gym Friday
night,
From the early minutes
of the eonest it was evi-
dent that the B*s were
playing a losing game* Itey
couldnt matoh th scoring
power of tne varsity and
trailedat halftime, 22-KU
The second half found
the B!s still fighting
stu&bornly, but the varsity-
led by Johnny Hiiza,wa and
Mas Uyesugi were not. to be
d e aied, They continued
their bucket-barrage and
left the Bfs, completely out
of the picture,
Inzawa and Uyesugi took
hign point honor a with IS
and 15 respectively while
Goto Shizuru made 4 for the
lasers
PREP^XTETTE
DEFEATED flGflin
The /unach high school
oago ttes dro pped their
fourth straight game to ti^e
Graftada highs ehoo girls,
b3-26, in. the second con*
t;st played at the Granada
gym Friday night*
Starting with a bang,
th Qran^dan^, paced by
speedy Libby Tyner peue-
trated the center ^irls*
weak defense to lead at the
end of the first half, 19-
!!
In th third stan2sath
center femes gave their
opponents a scarety coming
within 5 points of over-
ha uling the nu But the
scare was short-lived as
the Granadans tightened
their defense and coasted
to a 33-27 win
Misako K a waguchi and
Cowl Takano paced the local
team with 8 digits each.
Momoyo Kinoshita played a
bang-up defensive game.
ZEPHYR NINE WINS,
LOSES, !3-12
The itoache Zephyrs1 pick-
up softball team was de-
feated by the 8E Comets
13-12 f at the 8E# field
Saturday afternoon* On
Sunday, the Zephyrs re^
deemed themselves by out-
slugging the 8F Sluggers,


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(UTTLE NISEI BOy)
fteeso's GOWG TO DONATE
:6lo rwe moni& !
(c'T prom PRtvioas issue>
BY JACK I TO
SHUCKS, THAT WAS NOrHfNG
AT ALL NEVER-SCAREKND.
IN FACT IT WAS A PLEASURE.
A FEW DAYS LATER
NEEBO: ~
Report to "hospital
at once. Blood trans-
fusion necessary.
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'5. Director nominees
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