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R" I. V E R .5
A R I ZONA
VOL. IV No. 32
Saturday, pril 21, 1945
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CAlLUD jF0
TWO KILLED, SEVEM HURT
ON IITALY BATTLEFRONT
Eleven more young Gi
lans have been called for
Army aotive duty on Tues
day, May The eleven
are as follows:
George Hcrii 34-3-A
Morio L. Marubayaahi 9-4-B
John Y. Matsuda 29-4-C
Minoru Mpnji 40-13-C
Charles Y. KIshi 8-1-C
Jlnobu Bishimori 48-3-C
Tommy Otani 22-6-A
Benjamin Shiosaki 36G
Marcel'R. Takata 26-11-B
Yoshinori Takeraoto 20-4-B
Tom Yamashita 10-5-A
Fujio Joe Kobara, 49-5-C,
has been oalled for in
duction a t Phoenix o n
April 27.
Qfrce Closed
Closing of the Balti
more, Md., relocation of
fico on April 15 and ar--rangements
for oonIpiln"g
to serve re settlers in
that district through tho
field relocation office in
Washington, D.C., hav o
been announced by Leo I.
Simmons', acting relocation'
supervisor for the ''Middle'
Atlantic." area
The servioes of the
,fuU staff of tho Washing
ton district office, in
cluding Eoery Fast, relo
cation officer An charge,
Ch'aVleij 1 rUooa, and! Ken'
HishiQOijpi iil be .made
available to evacuees 'al
ready residing or plermXng
to resettle in Baltimore
and vicinity, Simmo n s
said
"War casualty notices
hit Riveys in a bunch this
week -with War Department
telegrams announcing the
death of -two Gila boys and
the wounding o f seven
others on the Italian
front on April 5 and 6.
DEADt
PVT. JAMES J. KANADA,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sue jiro Kanada, 21-3-B,
fornerly of Concord, Calif.,
killed in Italy, Jipril 5.
SGTVkaTSUMI L. TAKASU
GI, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Takasugi, 64-9-D,
formerly of Ventura, Calif.,
killed in Italy, April' 5.
SERIOUSLY TTOONDED:
PFC. TAKASHI YAMAMOTO,
son of Mr. and, Mrs, George
Jammq4-pK.forzsly -WKatemigI7-84SDJ Tot-
Yamamoto is one of four
brothers in the Army.
SLIGHTLY WOUNDED:
PM. tadaka&j M. KATO,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Saku
juri Kato, 20-14 -A, for
merly of Winters, Calif.,
injured in Italy, April 6.
PVT. TAKAMI MISAKli son
of Mr. and Mrs. Takayuki
Misaki, 23-3-D, formerly
of Selma, Calif., wounded
in Italy, April 5,
"PFC. HITOSHI SUMINAGA,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nino
hiko Suminaga, 45 -11-A,
formerly of Redondo BQach,
wounded in Italy,April 5.
He was previously -wounded
in France, Oct. 19, 1944.
PFC. GEORGE TAKASUGI,
son. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
"JjGMwe --Scots',
THIS WEEK:
Terminal 57
Seasonal 0
Short Term 42
TOTAL:
Terminal 5369
Seasonal 0
Short Term 94
POPULATION: 8680

of Selma, Calif., wounded
in Italy, April 5. Pf o.
6irV&i fo.ffenor
K&&dl Sofdifeis
A' publio memorial ser
vlcfKiorSgt.'Katsuni L
Takasugiy'killo d in 'action
in Italy on April 5, will
be held n the Butte High
School auditorium next
Tuesday morning, April 24,
from 9 'o'clock. Eao h
block is requested to send
a delegate to the servico.
A similar service for
Pvt. James J. KanadaKill
ed on. the same day, will
be held in Canal. The
date is-yet undecided.
Botte Donates
To to Cross
Total collections re
ceived i"n Butte in the"
1945 American Red Cross
War Fund 'Diive .amounted to
lS43p3 t "was disclosed
today. A few-moro collec
tions are expected t o
trickle i n which .'might
raise the. total to well
over the "8200.00 mark
All of -this year's collec
tions will be forwarded to
the American :Red Cros s
Area .Office at San Fran
cisco, California.
merly of Ventura, Calif.,
wounded in Italy, April 5.
Pfo. 'Takasugi is the bro
ther of Sgt Takasug i
killed on the same day,
SGT.. HARRY' SAKAM0T0,
son of iirsKikue. Sakamo
to, 48-9-A, formerly of
Arroyo Grande, C ali-f.
sligntly wouflded in Italy,
April 5.-
PFC. AK3RA SHIGENAKA,
sen of Mr. and rs. Shinji
Shigenaka, 49-13-A, for
merly of- Cbmpton, Calif.,
slightly wcunded in Italy.
April 5. Ho was wounded
once before in France on
Oct. 20, 1944
The late- pvt. Jame s
Kanada, 20 years old, left
Gila for active duty o n
-August 4, 1944, to train
at Camp Blanding, Fla. He
has two brothers in the
Army, Fatsuki and Harry.
Pvt. 'Jaea native of Con
cord is t& 41 graduate of
Mb. DiabltP Union High
School.
The late 5gt. Katsumi
Takasugi entered aotive
duty from VQnura, Calif.,
on Oct, 20,, 194.1. H e
graduated from Ventura
High SeJiool in "1937 and
from the L. S' "National
Sohool in 1941. 'He has
four other .brothers in the
U.S. Army.

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Title
Gila news-courier (Rivers, Arizona), April 21, 1945
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Rivers, Arizona
Created / Published
Rivers, Arizona, April 21, 1945
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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