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Granada pioneer, March 20, 1943

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Granada pioneer, March 20, 1943
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Granada pioneer
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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 49

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Vol.Is Ko. 49
Jteiache, Colorado
March 20^ 1943
DEDICATION
124 VOLUNTEERS USI
WEEK BEGINS IN NISEI COMBAT Umi
Week of Dedication, un-
der the sponsorship of the
Granada Christian church,
will begin l.ednesday and
end Sunday* Sermorui for
Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday will be hold at the
10H recreation hall at 7
p.m., while Saturday1 s, and
Sundayls meetings will be
at Terry hall.
Speakers include Rev.
Curtis Westfall of th^ Lamar
Presbyterian churchy Rev,
Harry Hashi^oto, Rev.Gab-
riel Upton of the Lamar
Moth dint church, Dr
Kirby Page, writer and
traveller, and Ra¥. Chiaki
Ku^uhara* *
Spe.odal music wiH be
provided by the church
oho^ r and Dorothy ¥oDougall#
The public is oardially
imrited o attend these
sermons
FATHER LAVEHY IS
HERE ON VISIT
Father Hugh Lavery of
the Los Angeles Maryknoll
mission will speuk tomorrow
morning at 9 o*clock at the
11K recreation hRll
Father Laverv wishes to
meet all the Mary knoll
people during his stay hare,1
He is scheduled to leave
the center Sunday evening*
WC"\IiN^I
Adult vocational training1
courses in prodnc'tion and
mechanics for residents 17
years of age and over not
attending school have been
approved for this center by
the Colorado Office of ¥-
cational Education and will
begin shortly with quali-
fied instructors in charge*
Product-ion courses will
include tho study of poul-
try, swine, dairy, beef,
sheep, and vegetables#
Mec hanico 1 training
courses will cover traotor
shop,machine repair, main-
CALENDAR
One hundred and forty-three Japanese-Amerloans from
this center have enlisted in the US Amy, James G.
Lindley, project direotoK announced today%
Of these,124 soon will begin training in a special
eomt&t unit recently aimoimced "by he Army* The. tri3r
19 enlisted lest December end have been in training at
------------------------Cairp Stvage, l inn, since
' that time*
The regular enlistment
program for Americans' of
Japanese extraction w.&s
announced by Secretory of
Wer Simson on J&puary* 28,
and began at the center on
February 10, with an Aray
recruiting team in charge.
The total enlistment is
about 11 per cent of the
m"le population of the
center the a^es of
17 and 38.
AiPonp: the ¥01unteers
are 15 married men^ 8 of
wtem- have eMrdren* F^rty*
one ,of zhe enlistees hav@
attended colleges including
12 graduates, The average
aga is E3 years. There
are 76 Protestants^6 Cah-
olics, and 17 Buddhists in
he group,
lfl/ye all are proud of
the men from this center
who have joined with other
American citizens to fight
for their country We
know they will do thir
very best in the great
struggle for the Four Free-
doms ^said Project Di-
rector Lindley*
TODAY
12 noon--Cb op election,
respective block infor-
mation offices,
7:00 p*m.Movies, 6H mess
hall.
7s30 p*ir. -Movies, 8K mess
.hall.
TOROW .
7:00 p*ir;,--Movies, 7F mess
hall.
7:30 p.m#Movies, 7G mess
hall.
.-MOMMY -
7500 p.m.--Movies 9 8E mess
hell, .,
7:30 pm --Gro u p
of Blocks 11 and 12,1211
recreation hall.
7:30 p.iP# Movies, 8E mess
hall.-
-TUESDAY
?:00 p#m.--Movies,
hall.
7 % 30 p.m. G roup
of Blocks 8S 9,
10H recreaion hall
7:30 p*xr--Movies> 10E mess
hall.
12E itKJSs
meeting
and 10,
Â¥i
ciwtw
tenanco 9 operaion, and
service, The minimum re_
quireinont for these courses
is 120 hours 1 a.rid for the
production classes,20 hours
e-acht * ; ,
All interested persons
are asksd to attend the fol-
lowing group meetings at
which the program will be
explained li and 12
blocks Monday, 7 ,*30 p.m#,
12H roo hall;8, 9., and 10
blacks, Tuesday., 7130 p*m
10H rec hall; and *6 and 7
bio oks, Wednesday, 7:30
p.m., 6H reo hail*
Co-op Holds
Election Today
Co-op members Ter 18
years of age will vote to
day for nine members of he
board of directors, and for
three members for both the
membership and auditing
ooimnixtees at their respec-
tive block information of-
fices ,* 12 noon to 7 p*m,
WRA personnel co-opmeirfbers
may vote in any block on
presentation of official
receipts Block counoil-
men and managers will servo
as election judges


Page 2....
P10 R
,_____^ R A W A 0 A P I O N £ E.:/R ;:.
Putl.ished .Wednesdays and Saturdays by: the ViEAJ andj
distributed fre.e o each apartment Editfiarl,of-^l
fice PIONEER building, iuriache \ Colorado. " :' '
Telephone: 6 Khan Komai, editor
It Must Be Stopped
The willful destruction of our ]aunciry rooms and
recreation halls must be stoned. -
Iuis is a federal o fens punishable by, fine, iji-
priaonment or both* During wartiT.o 3 deptri^tion of
goverrurient property is considered an especially heavy
of'^nse e .
Culprits apprehended to dtte m ve proved to be
11 teen-alo j'* youngsters v/ho just didrJt ve a daran*
Police Cliief Harlow Tomliiison says that he bus found
the rent^; very cooperative v:hen the situation
broujuit their attention. Apprehension ani punish-
men of the guilty p-.rtic-s re a fine- tiling, but steps
should taken to stop the youngsters before acts of
vandellsm h?v\re t^ken olu-ce.
r. rents of juveniles should realize that they are
reGponr.iu.le -for the ac.ts of their minor children.
Eut the r^sponsiDility for tho attitudes as v^ll as
the potion of he youngsters re::''no alone with the
parents but 1 also wi'Ch- the schools -the,, churches, the
recreation dope rtrnlent, and young peoples organization
The3e same youngsters did not willf.ully destroy
their homes -before coming here. he 'barracks / raess
halls, laundries, and vecre\tioi- halls are all cart
of o-.r home,* - ,
Destruction of our liomer; by the younr vandals must
be stoooed. . .
staff members of he PI0~
for the coopcrrition
they hr,ve r,iven us in :ub-
iishin^: -'ticle^. regovding
our center hospifcol,.
Innsmuch aa the PIGNEiiR
is the only. real, mediurr.
through which wf c^-.n reach
the nub lie b Lrge, vre
have found it.continuously
necessary, to avail -our-
selves of y;our services
^ve ha/e found the paper an
invaluable means of in*
forming and educating bofh
issei and nisei alike and
have received especially
gratifying response re-
cent campaigns for blood
donors and nurse aides
Thank you, and may we
coninue t ^ receive the
same courtesy, coo peration,
and interest that you have
dispJayeci in the p
( IhdS. RUfH HUDSON
' 1 ACTING GHI^F KUHSE^
TO THE EDITOR:
. wish .to express our
sincere heartfelt* thanks
and deepent gratitude to
the many :ind' individuals
_ TO THE E DTR
who he.lped in t'ne'search
Saturday night and Suna^y
morning nnd safely rescued
jny be loved-inother-iA-Jaw, *
lb is difficult t9 ex-
press pur appreciation in
mere words to the eototless'
numbers oi friends whb
out in the cold rmd Ueorived'
themselves*- of their much-
neede8 sleep o help us
To Harry Obanihead:
steward of 11F ;nesn hall--
a million fclianks,-f o,r pro-
viding; s omehing y/.arm for
the. tired searcher:.
To the police dep-art-
raeirb-a bouauet for per-
forming its duties the
fullest expii
TSURUE KlMURA' ANu FAMILY
:r=^I OST 6 FOUMD^*^
FOa child^s black
woolen jacket, near the
recreation de nertment j
WednesdayOwner may
it at the 7E recreation of-
fice :
FOUl'iDt A silver-plated,
h^art-shaped pin with'raised
USN on the face Owner may
claim it at the PIONEER
office. - < *
____________March 20,1943
..II LI x
The councilT s request
that the block managers
take over the dutie^ as
the arbitration commission
because their position
puts then in closer contoct
with, the people and their
roubles was accepted#
Managers from the 'odd
numbered blocks, 7, 9, and
11 v^ill form the panel for
the arbitration commission
until June 303 and from
July 1 to December 31 the
managers of even-numbered
blocks will take over.
It is hoped hat the
experience gained by mana-
gers in aroxtr^ting these
problems will enabie hem
in he future o'settle
affirn in heir blocks
without bringing it before
the" corrjni#ssion.
* * * *
The ixierening nuirib ev
of stray dogs in the center
has Decode a problem of
more than a itie -import-
ance * . -
According to W, Ray
Johnson, the summer heat
has' been kne-wn to drive
he dogs rrad Coils e queii J.y,
dogs without owners rr/ast
he taken ^are- of before
th^t time. .
A suggestion tt all
he licensed, that all
strays without licenses be
picked up, that these degs
be held for a set period
to allw people to claim
them by paying the license
fee f and- that the rest be
asphyxiatea we3 aired in
the council
But this will necp^si*
tafe a dog catcher and a
place to. corral the cap-
tured dogs until they are
killed.
The council is working
on the problem now.

A recommendatioH that a
dietician be employed by
the meGR division to study
our diet and hsp plan
our neal^ was brought be-
fore the counoil.
-The fact that many type^
cf food are not easily a-
vailable now has much to
do with the lack of a bal-
aheed diet, but it was felt
thet even with shortages
of cersin types of food,
a"- capable diaticiar will
prove to be of value.
t --Khan K^nai


______PIONEER_______________Pa^e 3
AG WORK OPPORTUNITIES J
AIRED AT GARDEN CITY
March 20,1943__________
IOS ANGHtS AftEA
HAS kAID AitKJ
LOS ANGELES, March 16-
Cities in this area expe-
rienced a jittery 47-minute
air raid alert, but the ap-
pr caching tar get later
proved to be friendly*
It was ,bh.e first day-
light nred" alert flashed
in this secion of the Pa-
cific coast; since the be-
ginning oT the -mr.
San Frsnoisco was olsc
under a preliminary air
raid alert lasting S3 min-
utes
TEkRY. WALTHER
SPEAK A1 PUtBiO
PUIilBLO, March 17--Sta-
ting; that the education of
interned Japanese children
is an obligation imposed
by the federal constitution,
Paul J. Terry, superintend-
ent ol'education svt the
Granada 'iHiK cainp, aadressetl
members of the chamber of :
coromei'ce at the Vail hotel
Tuesday. .
Terry said that there"
is nothing extravagan in
th,e educational facilities
of he center, and from 35
o 4C students are crowded
into each schoolroom.
Herbert K, W a 11 h e r,
principal of the junior
high school,s also a
speaker
NEGHOtS MOVE
INTO TOKIO
The former Japane^ Cham-
ber 'of Comiuerce has been
taken over by the Ls _Kn-
gtsles iviexican Chamber of
Commerce, according 0 Lee
Ship in the LA Times.
Shippey also writes that
Fegross hava: moved into
many of the vacant buildings
in Japanese town, and it
looks as though Firs street-
ight possibly become rxn
annex of Central avenue.
NISEI ARRESTED
IN BAY AREA
SAN FRANGISGO, March 16
hate all Japs; I won^
live with them,u says~ Morris
Eugene Suyetomi who is
cnai-gea with entering &
forbidden area here
3uyetord ,ivho came here
from the Topaz relocation
cent'.r, told Federal Judge
A. F St / Sure that he was
a foundling, born in Los
Ange3.6 8 of a white mother
and reared in an orphanage
He sr.id he "had been told11
his father was Japanese.
Four administrative of-
ficials and two evacuees
discussed the agricultural
work opportunities in this
frea with representatives
of he United States Em-
ployment s er vice s-ugar
company, and farm groups
at Garden City, Kan., /;ed-
PIONEER PLANS
LITERARY SECTION
fhe PIONEER plans to
publish a monthly magazine
section, he first issue
of which will appear in the
near future This supple-
ment will contain short
stories, poems essays and
other features.
Those inerestedin cre-
ative writing are urged to
send in their contributions
to th PIONEER building,
or contact Yoshi&ki Ogibe
or Suyeo Sako
nesday. Also present: were
Harold L. Choate of the
Denver *YRA office and Mr v
L^eker .-f Kuj.sus Citv.
Those a t ending the
meeing were Donald H^rbi-
son, '/jaifcer Knodel,brnes
Tigges Joseph McClelland,
Eatsuki Iki, and Jack Loda*
MONTGOMERY WAkD
PKOFIT DECLINES
CHICAGO, Mnrch 15--Mont-
f ornery rd and 0 s an-
nual report todt*y showed ci
slight decline in profit
duo somewhat o the fact
h:i the company returned
46 million dollars to mail
order customers who ordered
merchandise that could not
be supplied.
Profit for he fiscal
year ending Jan* 61 was
$26,437,584, compared with
$27,351,716 last ye&r
rv series of banquets, co-
sponsored by the adininis-
trators and the residents,
who 111 honor the cen-
ter ivriny volunteers.
The fashion now among
the masculine sex is the
victory ere w-cut These
haircuts ate cropping u
on more heads every day*.'
Pre-senting a well-round-
ed program of semi-class_
ical and popular numbers,
the local high school tal-
ent re*yue made its initial
appearance before the Bur-
ley high school last week.
Bob Imai emcee
With salted salmon,sar-
dines ,red snap;er, fresh
shrimp, and ersb olfered
on the first day, the co-
op fish store was opened
this week.
pENSOl^ Ark..
, Of the volunteers for*
the Janane se-iunerican com-
ba team, Project Direptor
faul A. Taylor said, "I
believe the actions ofthose
young men demonstrates a
,loy<yto h JJnit^d States
that is difficult for any
other American, regardless
of his- ancestry, to match.,u
Lumber was issued to
each apartment for roofs
over porches Model roofs
were built in every block
for he benefit of the
residents
HE.^T IviOUitTAIK, Vfyo...
lrrge percentage of
the 150 girls present e.t a
mea binp heldt^ds week with
Lt. Joyce Burton, WAi\G re-
cruiting officer from Butte,
Mont., indicated their wil-
iingness^ to join the corp
if he opportunity is a-
vailable
Flans for a pottery fac-
tory v\rere dropped due o
the change in the policy
of the WRii regarding re310-
cc ion. However, a program
for training in the vari-
ous processes of ceramics
is being organized.
POSTON3 Ariz 9 a
i/Yith the arrival of
2,400 more chicks, all three
units of Poston are now
able to carry on poultry-
projects on individual ba-
sis The stocks ars main-
ly for meat purposes
In order to control the
tremendous deirxnd for dress-
es made, the sewing depart-
ment h:us raised its prices
of guj'ments sewed ..is fol-
1 ows ; cotton, 50/; rayon,
7 silk and wool, 1*
Additional prices will be
Cidded to types of material
and complexity of the styles.


Page 4.
Persons who have trans-
ferred to Granada from
crther relocation ceri ers
\rere today asked by Post-
Kiaster 3ai;i iuriharato file
their new addresss wih
the local post ofiice im-
mediately

Charged vn.th disturbi;^,
the peace in. lock 11G la^t
weeL, the leader of a ;roup
of boys was taken to he
court i-- Lamar Wednesday
Di\d fined .,2G and cost, ac-
cording to irar 1 ow : a Ton-
linson5 in rnal security
officer

A new stock of sundry
comiBodities h&s ho cm re-
ceived and are now on sale
at the co-op grocery sJcore<,
Included in the suoolies
are many ypes of Japanese
foods.

Ronr,ld Bruce is the..name
given to lie,son of iVir < uid
-rs George Fukiicia Jr
7n-L.. yp.'.s born on.I&r.
12 at c-ut! r Uospital
-
Not fur from the police
station was recently dis-
covered i1. tworoom cavern
containi some caxidlos,
recent nevisp>crs £\nd 1 ui:i-
ber xhe cntr.nce to the
cave is ji-st large erou }
____________________V I S 1 T
SOLUI. iS:
Te]'i Cpl 3higeru ..-
tsuda ; P'ort :-ea'ie SDa!t;
Pvl: radaoii Okimoto and
Pvt Kats umi T anig uchi s
i* ort iiley, _ rh
Sgt Riclv'rd Purukawa ,
Camp i-rant, 111a
-vkij White,.aj Dro'.m,
Capt Gorsophen, and Lt.
Anderson, Gordon City, Kan
CIvILIa S:
Tets and Emi Aarahara,
her) Osajima, ueorge Masu
naga, .ob Uyedn, Lesley K.
Oyama 5 Kidekc lida^ kabe1
Tsumorij ruxniko I ohid.n ,
rnii;o i- izub-ni, George Ka-
i i oka ^ :... Cilson, John
1 rnen, uon Gachao, and
. 0 .nc}u':::er, .jenvor
nL'ru and ^a.saru Kana-
rn^ru^ avid i 3 Pujita,
Gkla; ferry
Ut oiru', oz dj a e b.di t os 1 d
akaraki iriuid^d., Colo,;
t.rzy utu\umi\ and rs
3hid.zu, ?'ockv Ford
COSTELLO FILM
SCHEDULED
11 Pardon My Sarong/5 co-
starring Bud iVbbo and
Lou Costello,and featuring
Virginia Bruce, Robert
Paige ^ and the' Four Ink
Spobegin its local
run Sunday,ogether *wih
selected short subjects
The film is scheduled
to be shown a fu1.i/\re3k,
buc is subject to replace-
ment if attendance fulls
SPECIAL BUDDHIST
SERVICE TOMORROW
Special spring services^
o-hi-gan-e, will be con-
due by the Buddhist
church at 2 o!clock tomor-
row afternoon
' Hev Takayu Shirakav/a
will preach at'the 7G B.ud-
dhist hall while HevMasa-
chiki Yoncmura will speak
cv the 12G Buddhist hr.llo
for one person o. crawl
through, and the interior
is. deep enough for an
dult tt? stand
Residents who nae in0
Lamar on the mailruck
are Reminded by Bob Thoman,
driver, he.hey are not
guaranteed rides back to
the cerier Those wishing
o ride "bnck must bepromp 3
ho said, as the truck mil
not wait for hem
.March .20,1M3
HETS A BUSY LIL! BEE
YiTithin a week after the
receirt art. and crafts ex-
hibit in Terry hall, Ifcsaji
Murai had rec!d some 300
orders for his fabulous
wooden pins l Thahow
co:ne he wears that harassed
look these days^ .
WILHuIN AND SHORTAGES .
Several score tomiswim-
min of Pueblo recently
caused a riot in a depart-
ment store here, forcing
prcicically the iole police
'dop11 to protect the store
clorks. The causo: thirty
dozen pairs cf nyloji Jiose
wont on sale ha day I
ITEM
From school hoadquartora
conics his news item,which
wo here print verbe-tim be-
cause it's kind of cute
11 Our elemeneiry school
has been practicing fire
drills rio come out hold-
ing each oherfs hands.
We are not supposed o
alk or look back. We are
supposed 0 100k forward
all the time*i/ve walk out
quietly^ u.Y;hon wo get bahk
we all sit down and get
back to our v;ork*u
HAIRLESS KISH
Kish Yamatefs all-star
O R
" MrsDick Purukawa^ ^ocl'>
ford, 111 Mr and. .Ivirs t
Goro iuunesqo tmd Sam
futcik;& kunesao, and r^a-
wazaye, Platevil'e,_ Colo,
CB Lane, Mrs George
Hanks, H# M OtBraun, Mrs
CAGrahm,.lvlrs M 0
Bennett, ¥0 E Shroyer, r;nd
1.SMacdonaId, Denver,,
Harold Lewis, Topeka,
Kan.; Denon Kushing and
Oscar Straube, Kansas City.
Kano; MrHamilton, Garden
City, Karu; CS0 Moore,
Doge, City, Kan; C E*
Cadwalader and E E Hos-
ier, Crdway, Colo
P Kimbcill, Washington,
DC W R0 Wats on, Fort
Collins; LELove, Albu-
querque ; ]} F Kirkmire,
Mori rose, Colo Herbert
Wilson, La Junta; tiroshi
Matsuxuoo, Rocky Ford; D
ForestBristol. J S
YtT i her ow, Fort Lupton,
Colo
rating has gone bo his head l
Ke trios gaily into the
12E mess hall, rolls up
his trouser logs,and chal-
lenges tha starled wai
ress^s thusly: "Donyou
wish you had nice3 pretty,
white legs like mine ? I Iu
WAffiia BECOME A WAAC?
If yorfrc; really serious
about equipping yourself
to become a WiuilC-when ahd
IF--you'12 have your chance
wih the opening here very
soon of the adult vocation-
al. raining courses in
mechanical raining and
production t^s open o
women5 as well as men, over
17. years of evge r get
more info' on these classes^
aend the group meetings
sch1duled for next week
JIVE AND OTHERWISE
Dfyou like Hyour music
hot or. long-hair ? You ge
both kinds at: the Thursday-
nigh record sessions con-
ducted by Music Instructor
Tad Hascall, 6:30, 8H-3B


March 20,1943
coming-out social Wednesday
evening at the 12H recrea-
tion ball. Gsmes,d sncing,
and rcfrc?;hnentR trere en-
joyed ry .. ].l And t<^jvcs
to 3hig Hirsa for lending
his publie address syst^n
and records forth^ lancing.
Chairman for the affair
was Amy Hat+cri, with 101
Kuminoto, Virginia Takemu-
ra, Iax3e Kusunoki, and
Mary Takai making the
f r^shments; 3unry Eondd and
Mickey Hayashi, dec..1 at1 ng;
Li"faine Ikesaki, Marcilie
Okazaki j -and T f ug inie Aka -
ki naicin^ invitations and
favors.
-Y-'
Fnrxy aR.Ts att.en-
i-ng the Ark^r.atiS Valley
Girl Reserve conf@r&-:..oe at
La -Junta today.* They v;ere
aoc mpari^d by GR advi-
sers M^)sdames Kaz Xuwaha-
ra, Lottie fcore, G. Y Ta-
iiiss^s Hana Uno,
Jain^ 01, Enikn Gta, Emi
fftnoki > :ra Lewi s ^ Flor-
cnce Dillc Catharine^Ludy^
and Mae 13n
GR groups represented
include Las Anitas, ?-anza-
nola, La Junta, bowler,
Ro^ cy Ford. Swi^-k^ Arr.ache^
an4 Sugar City. .
"The representatip.3
stay overnight at Rocky
Fori and La Junta
-Y-
.Ysmber of the Planning
ccmr.itte^ of the ;.afTns 1
group who ive nbioes
thro\?gn th-3 n:nil are asked
to ineet at the home of Mrs
Rio Kashiwaprij lues-
day at Y p va^ '
Group ais o u ss ions on
environment, character-
building, r^searoh-adjust-
mentj and resettlement cli-
maxed the TBetter Girizens
3r a Better CoirjrunityM con-
ference held at Terry hall
recently* The Co-ordina-
ting' counoil sponsored the
conference,
Leading he groups were
Mrs. 3umi Kashiwagi^ George
StiCHO-NC-iYt
."How To Stand Abore Dis-
-iC.se11 will be the cpio of
Uriosuk^ KaratsuTs sermon
s the Seioho-^o-Iye. ser-
vice at the lc{} rporeaion
hall tomorrow evenings
Readings from oelmei-No-
Jisso and testimonials wi
aiso be riven*
I.AVERY TO VISIT
Father Hugh Lavery of
the Los Ange 1 e.s Iviaryxno 11
mission is expected to,vis-
i the center this week-
end. A r^o^ption will be
given in his honors
ISSEI SERViCt
Rev, S. Uyemura of the
Denver Methodist church
will be the speaker at the
issei church service to-
morrow*
PRAYu^ MEHINQ
A stuciy on the 300k of
Acts .will be coruiuctd ty
Kev. Chiaki Kur.uhara at
the Wednesday preyer iieetin^
at hp 7H rp^reation hall3
Ono, Hiroshi Shibatfi,and
Harry Naka.
The elements which nake
up a couni;y and achieve-
merits of this and oher
ccmnmnities were discussed
a the afternoon session,
and Morris Soglavv led the
group in the r^cr^ation
hour that fcllcwed.
Masap Satow s chairman
of the events
BiHP T LECTURE
Bishop G- F, .Reifsnider.
Episcopalian .bishop .from
the Pacific .coast,, will be
the guest speaker for the
English service toxnor 'ow
morning at Terry hall..Rev*
M* H 3 rata will be tKe
chairman* .
Bishop Ingli and Rev.
Herbert Nicholson will al-
sc? visit he cen er*
TO KANSAS .
Hgt, tester 1 E Suzuki
visited in Garden City and
Deerfield, Kan.j where he
oonducted special meetings,
101NT SESSION
Rev* Herbert Fieholson
of Los Angeles will address
thp 00110and high
school groups at a joint
meeting in Terry hall to-
morrow evening, has
visied the var3ous intern-
ment and relocation centers.
He will also speak du'rmg
the Issei service at the
1CH recreation hall5 to-
morrow at 2 p.in*
-Y-
T^lesion j
adr 'tion of the ^onstitu-
ti:I, and iisoussi on of
plri.iS f^r the future will
be ie 1 d at the ri.l0ensT
u& in^s s nee ing, We dne s-
day at G: ?0 p.n. at he Y
q: i.e.e.
G'EORGf KlAbU TO
LECTUR. rOi^QRRCW
.KvaiiP" ..1st George Kiyabu
i'd'll lec'-.topic,
!!T-ie '-n.>.r of th Xwrn-
t.i thCerixu'.y M pa
temorrov; at th^ 7G z^eorea-
tion hal^. Movies will be
<3hc^m frou 7 p.m. The pub-
lic is cordially invited
te attend
P -
Event
HURCH SEkVl'CE'S 'SUNDAY .,S
Time
Hall
PROTESTANT
j Sunrise prayer peering 6:15 a.rr* 7G-12-G
j Sunday school 8:45 a.:tu SH
:Japanese service 10:00 a.in. LH
1 English service . 10 15 a .it* 8H
j Japanese service 2:00 p*m. ' 10H
,High school and 0011er,e-age
j groups join meeting 7-iOO p.r 8H
i BUDDHIST
L Sunday school'.. 9: OG a m. 7G-IZG
j SS teachers 1 meeting 10:30 a.m. 7G-12G
;Y? service * 26 p.m# 7G-1EG
SEICHO-NO-IYE
Service
7:0G p.m, 12G


Page 6..
PIONEER
JIarch 20,1943
SUPERINTENDENT NEEDED
BY INDUSTRIAL
Mario Vecchio, outside
placement officer, today-
issued a call for a teoh-
nioally trained and expe-
rienced evacuee to handle
the duties of superintend-
ent at an industrial alco
hoi plant.
The plant, which is to
BOYS ARIUSTED
FOR. VANDALISM
Police this week appre-
hended a group of young
boys for destroying govern-
ment property* At the time
of their arrest* h boys
were punching holes into
the 9H laundry room with a
knife*
Destruction of govern-
ment property is a federal
offense, says Harlow B/U
lomlinsorv internal securi-
ty officer#
PLANT
have a oapaci'ty of 0 mil-
lion gallons a year* is
now being constructed in
the Middle West and if a
qualified evacuee ia found
for the p os it ion, there may
be openings for many other
evacuees in the plant, Veo-
ohio pointed out#
CENTER VISITEO 6Y
FEDERAL OFFICIALS
Visiting the center to
discuss civil service pos-
sibilities are N S. Mac-
donald, Waynq Shroyer# Mrs#
C. A. Gral-jn, and Mrs* K. 0.
Bennett, all of Denver# The
first two are coxmeoted with
the civil service office*
Mrs. Grahm is represent-
ing the Central Administra-
tive service while Mrs*
Bennett ^ is from the WRA
office*
GAME YOU CERTAINLY WERF.NT KIDDING/
r SKETCHES
In the early days of the
1890 ^s#, Kane taro Domoto used
to push a car orihe streets
of San Francisco and Oak-,
land, peddling flowers for
his livelihood1.Hs great-
est ooiap^titorwas an Ital-
ian vendor, Angelo Ro$si#
who to his surprise became
the mayor of San Francisco*
While Rossi attained mtion-
wide proininenoe as a polit-
ioal figure, Domoto contin_
ued in his chosen vocation,
and beoamo one of the out-
standing nurserymen on the
Pacific coast.
Just to mention a few of
his contributions to the
nursery business* he was
the first to raise chrysan-
themums and gardenias on
the mainland; first to im-
port and Introduce azaleas#
camellias> and lilies from
Japan for coirnneroial pur-
poses* His introduction of
peet moes from Germany, and
taxigerine, orange, and per-
simmon plants fVom Holland#
Belgi,and Australia was
a tremendous contribution#
Today, his name isoften
assooiatod with the man who
skyrocketed to .the top of
the nursery business in a
half a century^ and his
discoveries and contribu-
tions may .possibly be ranked
with those af Luher Bur**
bank, one of the* worlds
foremost horticulturists
His ma,ny grewnheusofi '6tx
80th avenue in Oakland were
the largest on the Pacific
slopes* He had -two camps
o house his employees which
gives a conception of the
site of his business. Since
1892j when he embarked on
the nursery business, he has
paid over a quarter million
dollars to Unole Sam in
taxes and tariffs* Of all
the plants and shrubberies
imported to the United
States from 1913 to 1920,
65 por cent were his
He was .never too en-
grossed in his business af-
fairs to neglect his child-
ren's eduoation, however#
for all eight of them re-
ceived college educations*
Domoto, at the ago of
77,Iovqs to converse, usu-
ally philosophically* In
the main, his philosophy
contrasts man^ life with
that of a. plants#- --S* S*


WHAT NEXT?
Yfet weather maybe halt-
ing the sports activities
in Denson, Arkansas, but
Amache residents can thank
the recreption department
for the temporary standstill
of the sports activities
here-
Two weeks have passed
since the last basketball
g-e1 me sponsored by the
reore.tioh department ms
played* but at this witing,
no steps' have been taken
in o r anizine; the next
major sport* If this is
to be softball, we think
mbre attention should be
given to iana soon,
ACTIVE '-
Probably the irost sports-
active center outside of
hose in Cal ifornia is
the Gila1 project in Arizona,
Over there, not one sport
but nsny sport programs
are being carried out and
they are'$11 well organized.
ToDpinp this list at"pres^
ent is basketball, with
baseball coMng right up*
Other organised sp6rts r-re
softball, sumo, and boxing
Besides these, track meets
are being planned.
We cen draw only one
conclusion from all this,
and thet is that the Gils
recreation department is
a hustling orgsniEation,
NAMES ,
Where is footbs11 called
ntokyu;n hockey, "zokyuj
and golf, ydakyu?n Well^
it !s in Jepan.
Accord in?; to the sp(rts
colurrm in the Denson Trib-
une, a recent broadcast
from Tokyo heard in New
York steted that he Jap-
anese Athletic essociatipn
had changed **tha names of
American ena English im-
ported sports*
Previously, tnese sports
had a simi Ipr sound r s in
English| namely
,!Rogubi/T ffhokki,*1 and
ngorofu.M Baseball had
already been changed in
similer category, nyakyu.,r
LEADERS . '
One block thet isn ft
waiting for the recreation
departmeii to pueli along
their sports program' is
Block 11G* B a ^ketb a'l1,
softball, and volleyball
teams--they have them all.
KING
Kenji Tsuchiya, 10H
won the th'ree-day sHogi
tournamentj competed by 75
persons, held at the 8G Goh-
Shogi 11811last week end?
according to Andrew Tsucni-
yat co-supervisor of the
tournament.
'The second place winner
was Karjejiro Tekai, while
laao Nakagawa took hird
place.
Trophies to the winners
will b ^ awarded leter by
the recreation deprrtmant,
concluded Tsuchiya.
Intramural b a s ketball
league panes for the second
semester, which began this
week -in the boys high
school FE department, are
expected to continue a
month, according to Coach
John C. Hoke.
Meanwhile3 the school
gym is ^Tpecte^i to be com-
pleted, and o windup the
season a school-wide ca^e
tournarnent is being planned
in the nevi
Thank You !
For the cooperation
And patronsge driven dur-
ing the h&. sketba 11 sea-
son, th*e recreation and s.
b d u'cat i an d'e^p
express their thanks
to he residents.
TUliK RETURNS FROM
m!P TO DENVER '
Harvey Turk, head of the
recreation oepertment, re-
turned Wednesday from e
four-day business trip to
Denver. *
Kay Matsuhiro, K.oe Yo-
shida, and John Kiirsura,
who accompanied him, rc-
turmr this rnTrnir.g eftcr
s11onding the AAU basket-
ball tourney.
sp'.'krs5=
lot ms
by Joseph 1
the 'glamorous Garbo has
her feet, the dyilami^ Dur-
ante has his schnozzle, but
so what? .they have nothing
on our boy Hirano3 Y/ho has
exclusive rights to a chin
that is a C-H-I-F,.,
th last issue of the
PIONEER carried a wjnplete
pe ge exclusively iftrsno,
but the sports dept didn1
get a chance to toss in
their 2-cent s v.rorh. *so,
thof late, we come in for
our digs now
we first eyed Hirano at
the old 1I0NEER office in
he 8F rec hall "he s
hustling erounri the dusty
and crowded nsws-den sup*
posedly in the process of
setting up s readable rrg
,..we, in our shv way, said
hello end he said hello
but with the dprudest look
of are-you-real? in his
eyes.,then he disauneared
under a nile of copy-#
minutes later he came up
for air and pointing his
chin at us (whicn I noticed
for the first tine then),
ke bellowed, ,!How about
checking up on why the
water pump isn!t v/orking?T,
* *11 *wss oyr introduction
to Editor Hirano and our
iirst assignment on the
PIONEER .
since then Eireno (or
Bobbo as we effectionptely
call him) has gotten under,
our skiru.-Ms chilli hi s
squint-eyed smile, his
easy-g o i ng m an ner, his
"kn00k yourself out,n gets
us .
we never seen anyone
work a s herd ae he.does
mhou so much es a peep
*.,this fra ^ile-1 o oking
specimen of'the human (?)
race is a dynamo on ler^3
piano. ^ at t^at. s. *e^4
he abounds with energy end
go
.we !ve yet to see the
boy get mad or riled.,,
even es a member of'the
championship Ze-.hyr cage
team he was- the coolest
man under pressure#.
/Hirfmo wi 11 be heeding
for the Army soon.the
of! ice won ft seerr the same
without him,.ftwef11 miss
hi, sure, but we f11 miss
more the sight of ttet
nulaiquen chin... end yeah,
who fs going o take all
our dough from now on?


pp 8
.PIONEER__________________________________________________________________________________
March 20,1943
COMEDY TO BE PHESENTEO
BIGGEST TO DATE ------------
SPECIALISTS
Amacne leachers
f, La dies of the Jury,'n
the biggest stage produc-
tion in tha ceirber o at
will be presented by the
senior high school drama-
tics class M?rch 30-31 and
April1-2 at Terry hfill.
Admission will be 16
cents,.per person and the
tickets will go on sale
next week*
The play, written by
Fred Ballad, scored a hit
on Broadway several ye4ers
back*. The movie version
of it was starred in by
Edna. Mee Oliver.
Robert Dier1pm, drama-
ticfe coaoh and direc: op.
of the play, reveals that
because of the lack of
equipinent, the three-act
comedy vdll be given.\yith
centra 1 staging.
62 MEN ENROLL
IN NEW CLASSES
The new Japanese lan-
guap*e classes for men have
started, with 62 enrolled
in them.
They are held three
times per week. Both day
and night classes Pr6 of-
fered
ENGLISH CLASS
TO ORGANfZED
T l- cse interested in
joining a class in cower-
setionr1 English are rsked
to register i mmedirtely
at the night school office
in 8H.'
Classes will begin on
March 24 v/ith Miss Prace
Lewis instructing.
INSTRUMENT LOST
HELP ASKED
A 3ilver-plated Pan-
kmericsn premier E fist
alto s&xcshone -iwas lost,
several wec-^ks e
Any information re-
gardin? this v a 1 usble
instrument should be r-
ported to Music Director
Tfid Ilascp 11 %in 8H-3E.
No questions will be
asked if i is reurned*
CONFERENCE DRAWS
SCHOOL HEADS
Superirrtehden Paul J.
Terry en^ the school he-eds,
Dr Enoch Dumas, Samuel
Gordon, Herber.}( Walther,
anci^S. Clay Coy will at-
end the annual meeting
of, tha School and College
conference s p o nsored by
he University of Colora-
do,
According to the pro-
gram .released by the com-
mittee in charget^o from.
Amftche '^111' appear on the
program,'
EXHIBITS OPEN
TO RESIDENTS '
Every week the library
and ho principal*s office
of he elementary school
carries an exhibit prep^re^
by one of the' rooms.'
All center residents
are invited to visit hem*
.The senior and junior
high schools hve in their
faculties numerous nisei
and several issei vrho
ere specialists in their
fields. ^
Foremost in this group
are he two who have been
awarded Doctor of Fhilo-
sorhy degrees, Dr. Tekashi
Terewi, methemetics, and
Dr. Shunzo Mitani, music.
Other specialists who
sre helping out at the
Ameche schools:
Mabel Andow, Frank Endo,
Paul Higaki, Emiko Hinoki,
John Kaweta, Asushi Kiku-
chi, Y s c hiyo K u s unoki,
Peter Masuoka, R i chard
Nakamura, Yoshio Oda, Tom
Okamoto,' John Ono, Sumi
Ssitos Joe SVakura, Se-
chiko- Sekakure, Bill Ssto,
Ben Shionura, Tom Shimazu,
Mrs ¥ery Tekeraura, Julia
Tanji, Lydie Tenji, Ed M.
Tokunage, Stanley Tsuchiya,
Mex"y Wetanebe, and V.esf o
Wat&nabe.
SHOP BUSY MAKING
USEFUL ARTICLES
-The A d u It Ed ucation
Vo^eti onal Homemaking, shop
is" now oper81 ring 3n the
12f recreation hall.
More than one dozen
vromen are busy making cur-
tains and fancy aprons
for the high, school home-
making: classes
Materials prepared from
cest-off clothing era being
used to make rugs vrhich
will 'be used in the -vsri-
ous' off ires in. the center.
MODERN EDUCATION'
LIBRARIAN GIVES
STATISTICS
,The librarian rercrts
het in a single week, the
adults of the center check
out an sverage of 160 books
from the library as com-
pm] to 180 checked out
by' .the scho.ol chj ldr'en.
, .Another fact that the
librarian hes. found is
hst of the close to 3000
books now in the library,
'more than hpIf of th^m
ere donations
Students Offered electives
The junior high school
has set asiae one period
during the which is
called the .'Activities or
Club period.: f
With the excepion of
a few, ell club groups
were suggested and chosen
by the pupils. -
Those who would profit
by s one .additionel help
gremmsr and rmvth eme-
tics .heve been placed in
English and ma theme'ci^s-
review ^roup^ the.t meet
during this perj.od
Some of i the elective
activities and club& open
ar^:
Student council, Sewing
club, Co-op, d r pmatics,
Gi'nl Reserves, projectors,
newspaper. Hobby club,
Nature club, library, ra-
dio theory, office help,
glee club, beginning short-
hand, dance band, and in-
door' games* v


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