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Vol. I, No. 57
.nmsche, Colorado
jprilj.7, 1043
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HANA MAT SUM TO
BE EETED HERE
TODAY. TOMORROW
i'o celebrate the birth
of Buddha at J&ilavasther,
India, in 250 BC, a Hana
r.atsuri festival, sponsored
by the Buddhist church,
will present special enter
tainment tonight and tomor
row night at Terry hall
from 7 o'clock.
Also honoring the day
will te special services at
Terry hall, 1:30 p.m. to
morrow. The Bussei choir,
will present several selec
tions. Revs. tasachika Yo
nemura and Trkayu Shiraka
wa will deliver sermons,
and Setsuo Obawa will bt
the chairman.
BOND DRIVE
CONTINUED
Gale Lee, president of
the First National bank at
Laar, and H. E. McKeevr,
president of the iimorican
State ban!: at Granada, an
nounced to the center the
Second Victory (far drive
now bein conducted through
out the country.
As part of the nation's
effort to raise 413,000,000,
QOQj Frowers county has been
given a quota of 243,800.
Although Amache has not
set quota, the center res
idents are asked to hol'p
Prowers county in surpas
sing the ,uota."
SALVAGE FOR VICTORY
AMACBIfE $&fRI ffQERSl
Beginning today, the entire center administrative,
as well as block areaswill undergo a general renova
tion in Anache's one-week clean-up campaign, ith all
administrative divisions participating.
Sponsored jointly by the fire department and the
hospital, the program will bo directed by Nurse Ruth
Hudson and Fire Chiuf Vern
Ca-mpbell. They will bo
assisted by various organ
izations that include t'.c
Boy Scouts, Yiomen's fdsr
ation, schools, churches,
and block managers.
Said Project Director
James G. Lindley:
"Tons of metal scrap,
rubber, paper, silks, and
other products should bo
brought out of useless stor
age and put to work Tor Vic
tory. It is unusually vital
that. vre intensify this fea
ture of cur campaign. .your
suprorw effort is r.eCvlcd."
The campaign will be
carrifad out in the follow
ing manner:
.11 private dwellings
should be given thorough
renovation, both inside and
out. Particular attention
should be given to disposing
continued on na. e 2
Merced Center
Donates $154
A check for C-154 wa3 re
cently presented to Froject
Director James G. Lindley
by Buddy Ivrata in behalf
of the Merced assembly cen
ter to be used "for the
welfare of the Granada cen
ter residents." Iwata is
the former president of the
f&rced center Assembly.
Said Iwata 's letter in
part: "I desire that one--half
of the amount be de
voted to the education de
partment, and the balance
be directed for the welfare
of the center residents, in
a department or project
Yfhere ifRA funds are not a
vailable or insufficient.
your appreciation v.lll be
best conveyed to us by your
most effective use of the
...amount."
In accordance with Iwa
ta 's request, one-half of
the amount has been turned
over to the education de
partment and will be used
for the purchase of a re
cording machine. The oth
er Half has been given to
the recreation department.
E VACUEES ARE ALLOWED
TO RE-ENTER CENTER
Evacuees who leave
the center on indefinite
leaves .ay' ''je re-admitted
to the center under certain
conditions, according to
Leavo Off icor TTillis Hanson.
Some of the conditions
mentioned were:
1. If the evacuee has
lost his job through no
fault of his (illness, etc.)
and can find no other open
ing. 2. If changing communi
ty sentiment makes it in
advisable for the evacuee
to remain outside.
Hanson added that al
though it is possible for
evacue;s to return to the
center, they are being dis
couraged from doing so.
JOHN SPENCER !S
NEW AG CHM.F
John Spencer, formerly
of the Soil Conservation
service in Washington, is
expected to arrive xipril
24, announced Donald 2. Har
bison, assistant project
director. He 7ri.ll take over
the office of chief of ag
riculture and industry, re
placiri, tfarren 2ennison.
GILA NEWS FACES
PAPER SHORlAbE
GIL., ijriz., i.pril 13
Duo to the lack of mimeo
graph paper, a possibility
of suspension of the Gila
Ke.7s-Courier was expressed
by thu editor'.
Said the Ifewc-Courier:
"There is sufficient sup
ply on hand to publish only
two norG editions
KEEP AilACHE CLEAN

About This Newspaper

Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), April 17, 1943
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., April 17, 1943
Subject Headings
-  Japanese newspapers--Colorado--Amache
-  Japanese Americans--Colorado--Newspapers
-  Granada (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Amache (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Prowers County (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  Colorado
-  Colorado--Amache
-  Colorado--Granada
-  Colorado--Prowers County
-  United States--Colorado--Prowers--Amache
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Semiweekly, Mar. 3, 1943-Sept. 15, 1945
-  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 28, 1942)-v. 3, no. 91 (Sept. 15, 1945).
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Has supplements.
-  Available on microfilm from the Colorado Historical Society and the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Granada Relocation Center established by the War Relocation Authority.
Medium
13 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
Newspaper
D769.8.A6 J3 reel 13
Library of Congress Control Number
sn83025522
Language
English
Japanese
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Reel Numbers
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Description
Amache, Colo.
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