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VOL. Ill No. 37
Tuesday, November 16, 1943
LARGER GRANTS URGED
TO ACCELERATE RELOCATION
Hore substantial sub
sistence grants to acce
lerate resettlement o f
evacuees were re contended
yesterday by the Center
Relocation Committee at a
special meeting tlth John
C. Baker, SKA reports of
ficer. Tho CoiiTdtteo hold that
Hostel Promoter
Due HereFriday
To promoto resettlement
through the hostel plan,
Ralph Sraeltsor, director
of tho Brethren Hostel in
Chicago, trill arrive in
Rivern Friday for a throe
dny stay, cnnounp3d Willi
am Huso, relocation head.
Smoltzor wr.e in Rivor3
in April this your soon
after his hostel had boon
opened. During tho pre
sent visit, ho -ill speak
before block managers,
church grcup3, clubs and
others on relocation end
hostels.
Huso said that the hos
tel system of relocation
has been one of the most
effective isans ia relo-
eating evacuees, particu
larly among the single,
unattached individuals. He
said that in general, hos
telers have shown a great
er satisfaction with their
adjustments t o outside
conditions.
234 Evacuees
WorkAtTule
A crow of 254 evacuees
from other centers are
enraged in harvesting'worlc
on the Tulo Lake farm, ac
cording to a statement is
sued by Dillon S. Myor on
Nov. 14.
Tho ERA has faced with
tho possibility of loiin
appio3i!mtoly $50 0 000
worth of vegetables on the
Tule Lake fares last month
when farsiors failed to,ro
uort for work after an
insofar a s most family
groups, after a yoarts
residenco in tho centers,
have -run out of resources,
sccso form of adequate fi
nancing should to provided
oithor as a grant or en
interest frco-ioan for re
settlement. It maintained
that a large scale reloca
tion aaong issei can be
stimulated only through
thi3 moans.
It explained in tores
of simple mathematics that
the government would aomo
out ahoad financially in
tho long run by ruling out
tho cost of maintenance
through the facilities of
resettlement i f 3uch a
mo a sure wore taken.
(continued on page 4)

C hrysanthemums
3or 3irst Lady
Gila will bo keeping
a hclf-yocr-cld promise i
to Lir3. Eleanor Roose
velt this week when it
cenas rive Tjounts or ixs i
heme grown chrysan.tho
mum3 to tho First Lady.
The chrycathomum3
grown, at Nursery I under
supervisors Itaro and,
j Don Nekata, have been
packed and are scrodulod
to bo sent to Washington
today. i
During her visit tc I
Gila in April of this
vnrtT. Mm. Pnsavelt I
rfw i j
passed through tho rur- j
sery, and oxpressod a
do sirs for fall chrysan
themums. It was promis
ed to her and the
promise is being kept
this week.
evacuee-driven truck over
turned, injuring many and
killing one.
Tho 254 who ere har
vesting Tula's crops are
quartered outside tho
boundaries of the center,
wholly apart from the pop
ulation of the center.
Council Approves
Civic Recreation
Center In Butte
Plans for n civic and
recreation center for
young people at block 42
and tho adjoining vacant
lot to re epprevftd at a
mosting of the Eutto com
munity council ye3terdcy
nftornoon.
Drawn up 2nd submitted
by Jred Shimizu of the
CrC, tno plan oalls for a
pr.rk fcr iriniiture golf,
volleyball, badminton, and
croquet court:;, clubrocms,
and n rocreaticn hell with
c soft driri parlor for
tho teen-agers.
It is designed to dis
courage delinquency b y
giving young people social
and physical activities
during free Lour3 and eve
nings. Young volunteer workers
will bo needed tc start
working on tho recreation
corter, stated Council
Chairman Harry Hiyako
Ycung people's g ro u p 3
should contact Sred Shimi
zu of tho CAS to find out
how thoy can do their part
tc build tho civic center,
(continued en page 4)
C lean-Up Day
For Butte
"A day's effort,, for cur
health" will be the slogan
in Eutte Saturday, Nov. 7,
when the community hold3
its Big Clean-up Day for
ths dual purpose of clean
ing tho camp and of making
residents cleanliness-conscious.
Tho 3uttc Community
Council yesterday approved
the c 1 e a n-up program,
which was planned and in
troduced by Masato IT. Eato
of the- Council's public
health eommittao.
Schedule for tho day
includes general house
cleaning in the' morning
when all bedding will be
put out. for airing. Gen
(continued on page 4)

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Title
Gila news-courier (Rivers, Arizona), November 16, 1943
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Rivers, Arizona
Created / Published
Rivers, Arizona, November 16, 1943
Subject Headings
-  Japanese Americans--Arizona--Rivers--Newspapers
-  Rivers (Ariz.)--Newspapers
-  Pinal County (Ariz.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  Arizona--Pinal County
-  Arizona--Rivers
-  United States--Arizona--Pinal--Rivers
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Semiweekly, Oct. 31, 1944-Sept. 5, 1945
-  Vol. I, no. I (September 12, 1942)-vol. IV, no. 69 (Sept. 5, 1945).
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Gila River Relocation Center by the War Relocation Authority.
-  Gila bulletin (DLC)sn 83025352 (OCoLC)9427380
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