Vol. A, No. 4 Granada, Coloradof October 24, 1942
A total of 3252 votes were cast
\n the Project*s first election
last week in tyhich 29 block repre-
sentatives were chosen.
In delayed and run-off ballot-
ing, the following council members
weije "elected:, ...... ,
.George Tashiro............... 6G
Grace M. Fujita...... *......... ,9E
- Sam Muto.......................,9H
Sun-blessed Californians gaped
in awe, emitted delighted phirps
of "Gee, its snowing. Isnt it
prettyt and ushered In the first
Colorado snowfall yesterday.
This is only the beginning,
reports Yuki-ko, our weather pro-
phet, Take heed of-her sage advice
and drag out the old red flannels,
grab the moth-eaten muffler, pull
on the snow shoeswinter is real-
ly here l
. A cordial invitation to shop
in their city was extended to re-
sidents of the Project by the Lamar
chamber of commerce and Retail Mer-
chants association at a dinner
meeting at the State armory in
Eighteen guests from the Pro-
ject were present at the dinner
which drew a turn-away crowd,.
Relations between Lamar mer-
chants and Project residents proved
the center of discussion in the
meeting which followed the dinner,
and merchants promised a hearty
welcome to Granadans who visit
James S. Lindley, director of
the Project, Oski Taniwaki, Henry
Shimizu, To1chi Domoto, and T,
Shima spoke In behalf of Project
residents. Also present were Re-
gional Director Joseph Smart, Jo-
seph McClelland, Walter Knodel,
Henry Halliday, .and Norman Gross
of the administration.
The entertainment program in-
cluded numbers by Janet Tsuchiya,
Lily Matsushige, Suml Kawamura,
Bnlko Mizutani, and Ghlyo Matsuda,
and Charles Kamayatsu served as
master of ceremonies.
More than 200 sewing machines
for the use of Center residents
are now at the warehouse, .according
to Joseph Smart, regional "director.
The machines will be distri-
buted to blocks soon so all resi-
dents may have access to them, he
Smart returned to Denver on
Thursday after spending a few days
at the local Center.
V^rne fire, .Slul?. leaders are needed to orga-
officer of ?&he Fire iepart&n^'^^&lse* girl%.--ijibs here. All persons
nounced the arrival of Â£wo-heavy-interested' dfe asked to report to
duty Ford fire trucks on Tuesday,
October 20, These trucks, are fully
equipped with the latest fire-fight-,
ins apparatus and will replace the
rented truck heretofore used.
The first duty of the new trucks
was to drain the flooded floor of
the pumphouse caused by a broken
LACK Of SUPPLIES HALT
FULL SCHOOL SCHEDULE
The elementary school will con-
tinue school on mornings only until
additional textbooks and supplies
are received, Dr, iinoch Dumas, prin-
cipal of elementary school, re-
Desks are rapidly being in-
stalled in the elementary class-
rooms and new textboo'-s *Th xum
in use, Dumas continued. ...
infill ORDER OFFICE TO
oprn in EVEninus. sTO 8
For workers who are unable to
shop during the day, th^ Montgomery
fiord mail order office will be open
from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning Monday,
The office, which is located, behind
the newspaper off ice in the 8F-rec-
reation hail, is else open from
8 a.m, to 5 p.m. daily except dun-,
* The clerks will assist cus-
tamers in waking their orders and
will loan cataloguesto those who
Orders totaling almost ^1000.
per day are being taken daily. The
average customer buys y21,26 worth-
of goods, representatives of the-
7iÂ£ recreation hall between the hours
of 8 a.m, and 5 p.m.
Postponed last Sunday because
of rain, the first sumo tourney is
now scheduled for tomorrow, 1 p.m,
at the 6G playground.
Former Hawaiian island resi-
dents wishing to correspond with
others are asked to contact Yoshik
Togikawa, secretary of the Manzana.
Hawaii Club, Manzanar,: California,
William Wells,: assistant mess,
.steward, and T.e.d Tanaka, head, of
the Mess and .Lodging department,
.returned here Thursday from a busi-
n&as. trip t.o. Denver.
June .Fu.Tioka. left the Granada
relocation center to enter school
at St. Paul, Minn,, on Oct, 18.
Project mothers were today asked
not to use laundry has Ins to bathe
their infants, the Police depart**
Pr^-school for children 3 and
4 years old, wiXL' open Monday, in
the 7K and 11K recreation halls.
Each will serye nee rbyt.,. homes, it
LOST; A pulp-testor in a white
box". This electrical equipment is
privately owned and is essential
in'the dental work. nleaee. contact
the newspaper office 8F recreation
hall, or the Dental clinic.',
FOUND; A black leather, zipper-
binder containing the personal ef-
fects of Rumi Tanai, < 9L-3B. The
owner may call for it at the news-
paper office, 8F recreation hall.
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mEmoRmi services held
rOR SAIHACHI flOZHKI .
A. memorial service far .Maihaefci
ITozaki, was held last night, at the
7G recreation hall, Mczaki, prom-
inent member of the Los Angeles
Methodist church, became ill at
Santa, Anita and passed away when
he was moved to Manzanar on Oct. 11.
He leaves ..is wife and three
sons, Albert, ICenzie, and Kitsuo.
Rev. Yuzuru Yamaha officiated with
Revs. K, Yosh ioka, 3. Kuzuhara and
Lester Suzuki assisting.
^ILK QUOTA ITFCRFASEO
Seven hundred gallons
from the Denver area will be added
to the Project,*s milk quota soon.
At present 350 gallons are dis-
tributed to the 21 ness halls, a
quota of only 17 gallons for every
GIRLS' GLEE (TlEETIflGw
n girls* glee club, being orga-
nized by Marie j|izutani, will have
its first meeting Monday, 7-p.m.,
in -che 8H mess hall, nil girls in
the Project are invited.
The group's repertoire will
consist chiefly of sqcular numbers
and special emphasis will be placed
on Christmas carols.
A delegation from the Colorado
Council of Churches visited the
Center Tuesday to discover the needs
of the Center. Rev. Willard Spenc^
chairman of the Council, headed the
delegation, which had a brief meet-
ing with local minsters.
Other members of the party were
Rev. E. A. Coltrin, E. E. .Root,
H.C. Alley, pf Rocky Ford; Revs.
Kuranosuke Sasaki, S. Uernura, John
A. Foote of Denver; Rev. R. Curtis
Westfall of Lamar; and Mrs. Kura-
nosuke Sasaki and Janet McKelvie
of the Denver Council of Churches.
Dr. McVickers, district super-
intendent of southwest Colorado,
Revs. Gabriel Upton of Lamar, and
Revs. Merkel and King of V ighbor-
ing communities were visitors on
FinAL PLATTS RIADE FOR
OPEninG OF SHOE SHOP
Pinal' layouts were being made
today for the opening of the shoe
repair shop in the back of the 8F
The shop is now staffed with
four professional cobblers and is
fully equipped with modern electric
machinery. The staff includes -K.
Mtirayama, II. Matguoke^ J. Maeshima,
and C. H^fcano.
The shop will operate under the
Community Enterprise set-up and the
prices wiH bp reasonable and lower
than outside prices.
Flans for the use of- a sound
projection machine to screen edu-
cational films for the Project
schools are being -completed with
the Lamar school author it os, Su-
perintendent Paul J. To: y de-
5 N DENTAL CLINIC
October 24, 1942
IUILL BE RECEIVED
Claude McMillen of the Lamar
branch of the US Employment Ser-
vice will be at the Center every
Wednesday, all day, to receive un-
employment compensation claims from
persons who are entitled to such
benefits under the Unemployment
Compensation law of the State of
California. He will hold his of-
fice at 6F-6B.
.ADULT JIIGHT SCHOOL
' Activities of the night, school
and general adult education program
at the Amache Center open Monday.
Headquarters for all activities
will be at the night school office
in 8H laundry building.
Adults may enroll at the first.
meeting of a class or at the night
school office, it was revealed by
Charles F. Mulford, principal.
Night, classes will be opened
from 7 to 9 o'clock each evening,
Monday through Friday, Additional
classes can be started if more than
10 persons are interested, Mulford
"Those interested in taking
part in the adult education program
should remember that classes will
be offered any time of the day or
evening that groups wish to attend,"
LQKEI5 FOR DflflCERS
Tickets for the community dance
to be held tonight in 8H mess hall
are available in 7E recreation
headquarters until 5 p.m. today,
says Chairman Charles Kamayatsu.
Dancing tonight will be between
the hours of 7i30 and 10:30 p.m.,
Twenty-five qualified special-
ists -staff the Granada dental clin-
ic which has established temporary
quarters in the fourth ward of the
The personnel is headed by Dr.
George Nagamoto, nine years a fac-
ulty member of the USC College of
The seven-chair clinic, opera-
ted by 10 qualified dentists, is
well-equipped to handle surgical
operative, and pathological cases.
Within a month a laboratory is
to be finished, and the making and
repairing of dentures, and crown
and brldgework will be possible.
A young peoples meeting, high-
lighted by a nisei symposium, will
be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow in
the 8H mess hall, Masao Satow will
be chairman, and speakers will be
Andrew Yahiro, Toshio Furukawa, Fu-
miye Hasegawa, Kenji Okuda, Takashi
Moriuchi, Hehry Suzukida, and Georg
Senior high school enrollment
jumped to 600 students, it was an-
nounced by Principal S. Clay Coy
today. At present 13 Caucasian
teachers, 15 Japanese-American tea-
chers, and one librarian are em-
ployed, Coy stated,
: Three teachers for Latin, Eng-
lish, biology, and social studies
are needed. Those who are inter-
ested in teaching these subjects
and are qualified, should contact
Superintendent Terry or Principal
(Short sketches, of Interesting
Center personalities will be a reg-
ular feature of the Bulletin and
of the newspaper which will succeed
Evacuation cut short one of
Tom Okamoto*s important contribu-
tions to the war effort. Tom, who
is now' an art instructor at the
Project high school, was working
on Walt Disney* s educational car-
toon movies for the United States
Navy, and the Canadian Army and a
"South American good will picture,
commissioned by the United States
government when Gen. DeWitts order
Okamoto came to the Disney stu-
dio in January, 1941, after a year
at United Artists. He specialized
in background work and helped make
,rDumbo" and "Bambi," the latest
Walt Dis' ey feature-length produc-
tions, ad shorter pix.
After graduating from Sacramen-
to high school and junior college,
Okamoto studied for four years at
the famed Chouinard Art Institute
in Los Angeles and became interes-
ted In motion picture animation
..hen he saw '*Snow White" in 1937.
CfinpiES fln.D FUSES
Residents wishing candles and
fuses may get them at their block
information office, the Police de-
partment announced today.
Confirmation of three members
late this month will highlight Cath-
olic church activities at the Gra-
nada center. Services thus far
consist of mass at 7 a.m-. every
Saturday in the 7G recreation hall.
Father Michael A. Maker of Holly
That Lamar junior college has
been approved for evacuee students
by the War and Navy Departments was
the news released by Paul J. Terry,
superintendent of education,today.
On Wednesday at 3 p.m., repre-
sentatives of the junior college
will come to the Center to interview
All those interested should
contact Superintendent Terry in
the Administration building for
further information. His office
hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
By BLOCK mflnRGERS
NOTICE TO OUR READERS: If you
do not get the Bulletin at your
door on distribution days (Wednes-
day and Saturdays) contact your
ward representatives. Under the
present setup this department has
no facilities for delivery to in-
nEUJ ELECTRIC IT10T0R
A new electric motor used to
pump water to the community is now
being installed at the pumphouse.
This addition will relieve the
pressure on the two motors already
being used and will add to the ef-
ficiency of the Water .department
during winter months.
CL AIDS in SCRAP DRIVE
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 24,--Mem-
bers of the Salt Lake City JACL
have gathered 16,000 pounds of
scrap metal for the Utah salvage
drive. The money received by the
Citizens League will be turned over
to the USO,
Â§1 Translation of announcement from Montgomery Jard Co.
jj2, Translation of official anno.uncemBnt from Dental Clinic.
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