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Vol. HI No. 11 Saturday, Dec, 9, 1944
Amache,Colo.
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TO REPORT FOR DUTW
Thirty Amache selooioes in enlisted" rosorve corps
are schedulod to leave early Monday morning to report
for active duty in the TIG Amy at Port Leavenworth,
Kan., according to information released by the local
internal security offico.
They will dino at 7G moss hall, G:30 a.m. sta
ted Chief Iiarlo.v Toalinson of the intirnal security
section.
Following reservists are
listed on the call:
PVT. JIKOE K. OTGUKI,
PTC. YOHEUI J.OKO and PVT.
JIE H. OTSUIIA (PIOHBSH)
Pvt. Bunshi B. Abe, Pvt.
Marvin E. Enomoto, Pvt.
Tommy K. Fukasawa, Pvt.
Alfred's. ICato, Pvt. Joji
Kitahara, Pvt. Junji Kuma
moto, Pvt. Masao ITunimoto,
Pvt. Kiyo Lasaoka, Pvt.
Yoshimi Ilatsumura.
Pvt. Sumito Nabeta, Pvt."
Richard K. Nakamura, Pvt.
Tadashi Karuse, Pvt. Chu
ichi Niizawa, Pvt. ICeiichi
Kitta, Pvt. Ben Otsuji,Prt.
Tsutomu T. Shiotsu, Pvt.
To3hio Tsubota, Pvt. Yasuo
B. TTada, Pvt. Bon T. Yama
giwa. Pvt. 3uddy Z. Fujita,
Pvt. Giichi Ishizaka, Pvt.
Tsugishige Jofuku, Pvt.
Robert H. Kawashica, Pvt.
David N. Kawaye, Pvt. Joe
Y. Kondo, Pvt. Tom I.iya
saki, Pvt. George Sugita.
ASKS FOR AKV1Y
PAmesiE
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SKAli, Ore. A nemcer-
ozn irive has been launcr.ea
by the Oregon Anti-Japanese
Inc., recontly throughout
Hultonoaah county ained at
preventing return of Japa
nostfetthe S&JteVOi
Comprising 26 farmers
nnd professional and busi
ness men, the group w&3
organized with the purpose
of seeking an aiaon-Iment
to the State constitution
to 3:oep the Japanese out
of Oregon.
Ono farmer was quoted
as 3aying at tho meeting,
"TTo want to get this job
dono before tho boys come
back (from tie war) because
if we don't do it tho re
turning service men will."
iTOJiCMJUis
7TCTE THE SEVENTH ARUY
H: FRAIICE Exceptional lead
ership qualities and mili
tary acumen in actual com
bat with the German enemy
brought battlefield promo
tions to 64 members of the
442nd" Japanese American
Combat Tsan.
Cpl Saburo luxratsu and
T? Hiroshi Tadakuma, both
of Amache, Colo., voro a
mong the promotion winners.
During tho northward
drivo of the Fifth Army in
Italy from Rome to the Arno
River, and currently with
the Seventh Army in the
Vosge's mountains of north
eastern France, these Amer
ican soldiers of Japanese
ancestry have wo n high
praise for their aggressive
and winning campaigns.
llainland nisei winning
promotions and their hone
addresses are:
To be Technical Ser
geants: SSgt. IToji lu Yoshimo
to, 26-2-C Gila River re
location center, Rivers,
Ariz., (Roedley, Calif.);
Sgt. Yoshio Imoto, 3813-A
Tule Lake center, Newell,
Calif., (Lindsey, Calif.);
SSgt. Abraham G. Ohama,
222-9-C Poston relocation
conter, Poston, Ariz.,
(Sanger, Calif.).
To be Staff Sergeants:
"continued on page 6
SGUNEDJMUC AMUR A ICIU
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rlAJRIS A suggestion was
made by Rep, Overton Brooke,
(D. La.) member of the
house military affairs com
mittee touring Europoan
warfront's, to form .an army
of occupation for Gormany
from perhaps 1,000,000 now--ly
drafted troops so fight
ing men can come home Yvt
the end of tho war.
"Selectees presently
fighting... were drafted for
the duration of the "emer
gency," Brooks stated.
"Occupation and policing
can hardly be considered
an emergency, therefore at
the end of the hostilities
...their places should' be
SUefrff
fbrMfsetCrf's
Local Blue Star Sorvico
club will entertain the
onlistedreservista loaying
for active duty in the Amy
Honday morning with a din
ner party tonight "at tho
10I noss hall, 7 o'clock,
according to Takashi Shina,
of the service club.
taken by a new Amy.11
Ha thought the selec
tion of this Army should
begin at once,adding:"I've
no definite idea how large--perhaps
1,000,000--b ut
fighting men should be re
lieved after fighting."
The "for Department an
nounced this week the death
in action of Sgt. lied T.
irakamura, 28, brother of
Say K. Hakamura, 9L-11F.
Sergeant Hakamura was re
ported missing last Oct. 31
in Franco.
The Sergeant was draf ted
in 1941 from Los Angeles
and trained at Camp Shelby,
Miss., before going over
seas with the 442nd Infan
try. He received his educa
tion at Gardenahigh school.
Surviving Sergeant Naka
mura, in addition to his
brother, Kay, are his wife,
"imi,and daughter, Janice,
of I.inidoka relocation cen
tor. Hunt, Idaho, and a
sister, Urs
this" center.
S. Sato of

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Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), December 9, 1944
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., December 9, 1944
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
10 pages
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Newspaper
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Library of Congress Control Number
sn83025522
Language
English
Japanese
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