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Nim K.J.LQCAJIQM SIDIBSIISTeMlCl PILAU
MORE LIBERAL ALLOWANCES PER FAMILY
To encourage mere family relocation instead of individuals, subsistence allow
ances for evaquee families resettling hereafter will be calculated on" family size
and needs, according to word received by Project Director James 0. Lindley this week.
The new plan provides for the same transportation allowances that have hereto
fore been allotted but permits a 5-day subsistence allowance of 325 -for each person
making the trip rerardles3
of the number in a family.
Under the old procedure,
no family was allotted a
subsistence allowance of
more than 100. This, haw
ever, means that individual
relocation wilt-hereafter
be granted cnlv .25 instead
of the $50 allotted by the
old setup. All grants are
bo be disbursed in checks
Relocation assistance
grants are based on "need;
all family members are el
igible for subsistence al
lowances .provided that the
cash resources do not ex
ceed' $100 per iamily member.
Evacuees who wish to
apply for relocation as
sistance -rants nay receive
full particulars from Leave
Officer :7illis Hanson.
Vol. II, To. 5
Amache, Colo.
November 6, 1943
KflflSflS RFLOdlTIOn OFFICERS
TO MO RESETTLEfllEnT PROGRAM
Locttx employment oflicts
has been advised by Vernon
E. Kennedy, relocation su
pervisor, of Kansas City
Mo., that three expert re
location officers from the
Kansas -area will arrive
here Monday to discuss and
present agricultural op
portunities, stated &ario
Vecchio, assistant place
ment officer.
'Three T7RA consultants,
which micht include Super
visor Kennedy, will en
lighten the local outside
placement staff "as well as
the block. managers on farm
ing possibilities in the
state's of Kansas, -Missouri;
17-22 YEAR-OLDS
TO TAKE SERVICE
TEST TUESDAY
The Army-Kavy College
qualifying test will be
given Tuesday morning at 9
o'plock,and candidates .are
to arrive at the examination
room between 8:45 and 8:55
a.m.
Although those-male stu
dents within the ape limits,
who -are graduating -this
iowa, and eastern parts oi
Nebraska and South Dakota-.
All individuals and
groups interested in ag
ricultural relocation opportunities-
are urged to
attend the meeting of visit
ing officers and block man
agers Ucnday afternoon.
Meetinc; place will be
announced later.
LEAVE CLEARANCE
HEARING BOARD GRANTS
216 RECOMMENDATIONS
Only 44 persons who had
leave clearance hearings
were denied from the total
of 260 hearinr-s he Id, states
Walter J. Knodel, employ
ment officer, Thursday.
This means 21S out of 260
persons have received re
commendations for 1 e a ve
clearances by the center
hearing beard. These dockets
are sent to "SashiEgton for
winter are eligible for
candidacv. o-no June -rad-uate
can take this test.
Another test is scheduled
for around the first of
April for the June graduates
RECONSTRUCTION WORK
CENTER. SILK SCREEN SHOP.
EXPANDS TO TILL NAVY ORDER
"Supervisor, artists and
apprentices of the center
Silk Screen shop took to
the "picks and shovels" as
they started reconstruction
wqpIc on their -buildiKg.. Tues
day, announced llaida' 0.
Campbell, supervisor of the
shop. Shortage of labor
necessitates the move and
the willingness ,cn the part
of the Silk Screen. person
nel to improve and expand
forking space make this
necessary.
Under proposed plans
the 7E recreation hall- will
be transformed into .the
shop's production roam,
with the 6E hall to bemused
for the office, artists'
room, storage, and the pho
tographic dark room A
fire-proof store house for
inflammables will be built
between the twq -recreation
halls.
continued on page 3
final decisions, and those
who are denied vail be sent
to Tule Lake.
Amache .had 420 persons
listed for hearings, which
include former Tuleans and
with the completion of 260
cases, the remaining 160
hearings are expected to
be finished by the first
of next year, Kncdel an
nounced. Favorable cr unfavorable
recommendations are given
by the center hearing board
members who are Donald E.
Harbision,assistant project
director; 17. Rav Johnson,
chief, project management;
Karlow U. Tomlinson, chief
of internal security; Don
ald T. Horn, project attor
ney, and TTalter J. Knodel,
employment officer, and
reviewed by James G. Linl-lev,-
oroject director.
CHANGES MADE IN
OFFICE LOCATIONS
The offices of 77, Say
Johnson, chief, project
management; John A. Rada
maker community! analyst
and Harvey Turk, supervisor
of community activities,
have been moved, to room 5
in the south administration
building.

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Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), November 6, 1943
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., November 6, 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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Description
Amache, Colo.
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