Newspaper Image 1 of Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), May 26, 1945

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Oki, fermer
von
Louis K.
"Amachaan and a recruiter
for the TTaf Heap Industries
in Shabbona, 111., informed
the local Evacuee Heloca
tion Information Bureau'
office that he has job of
fers' "for approximately 150
mill- workers Oki, who
arrived in the center yes
terday from his extended
tour of Northern Califor
nia, will remain here untile
June 5. VWW '0
Th 54-hour-week job
pay3"65 cent3 an hour, with
time and a half over" 40
hours Housing accomoda
tions are available' at 02
a week and meals may be
had at 75 cents a day.
Oki will be available
for interviews at the evac
uee relocation information
office, formerly the farm
timekeepers office on the
hill.
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ASSAULT
ON iftlTtHMnEg.S
on the hones or evacuee re
turnees to California, an
other shooting case is T-eing
investigated by the police
here.
Four bullets from a high--powered
xifle were fired
into the home of Uasaru Ki
yamoto last Uondayi All
four slugs passed through
the wall just missing Ki
yamoto, his- wife and two
children!
LQCAL jFlKEm WALK OUT;
VOLUNTEERS TAKE OVER
In order to cope with
any fire emergency that may
arise, members of the ap
pointed personnel hAve
fdrmed a voluntary -Tiro
fighting unit to replace
the evacuee firemen who
walked out en their jobs
early' this week, revealed
Henry F. Halliday, assistant-project
director, Thurs-
In their first fire
drill, "20 enthusiastic,
volunteers responded.
"TTe are going to do the
best we can with what we
have," 3tated Halliday.
MEW 011
mtMORt Of fOR
"DSHlKTrECrAs-aribute
to tho nemory of Franklin
D. Roosevelt, a new dime
bearing his likeness will
be issued, announced Treas
ury Secretary Henry Kor
gonthau last week.
I he dimes should be
ready for distribution
around tho end of this" year,
said Korgenthau. The g res-
ent liberty-head dime has
been in existence for 29
years.
Nonet To ACtf
.There are a number of persons among you who have
been served with exclusion notices andor segrega
tion notioes. The Army Screening Board for Heview
'ha'3 sent teams to relocation centers and population
centers in the past two months to conduct hearings
'for those who have requested them. These rehearings
have resulted in many excludees. and sogregeesbeing
placed on the clear list.
All residents of the center who are on the exclu
sion or segregation list and who wish to have this
stigma removed .from their personal records should'
initiate their applications at the earliest possible
date.
1 TTalter Kaodel, relocation program officer, will
assist anyone who wished, to 'appeal for a. rehearing.
The Army is not holding rehearings except on the
basis of 'appeal.
James G. Lindloy
Project Director
SACZS13KT0 State Rota
tor HuK. Burns (D) of Fresm
last week introduced a WP
barring disloyal nisei from
owning land in California
and placing on them the
burden that they do not
hold dual citizenship.
Hums, a member of tho
joint fact-finding comnit
tee on un-American activi
ties, said tho effect of
the moasure will be to
place Japanese .w owing alle
giance to any foreign gov
ernment, emperor, princo
orpotontate," within iho
provisions of the Califor
nia alien land lawoflOEO.
The Fresno senator cited
the committee s r e po rt
ihafc.-". i .Many of-the nisei
engaged in subversive ac
tivities against the Gov
ernment of the" united States
for many months prior to
the attack of Pearlriiarbor.
The" committee is" equally'
continued on pago 3
lloffve Soas
Urcje Coast
Exclusion
SAH FHAIJCISCO Ree om
mendation that the Army
again prohibit from t'ha
Pacific coast all persons
of Japanese ancestry, ex
cept those in the armed
forcos or thoso who have
honorable discharges, was
made by the Native Sons
of the Golden .TTest at its
arlnualconference held last
Sunday at Ifobergs (Lake
county), Calif.
The organization also
urged that there be no
chango in immigration and
naturalisation laws.
NIGHT WORKERS'
rtCSS IS ClOSfO
Because there are not
enough authorized diners
to justify operation, the
night workers' mess hall
was closed as of last Sun
day night, Henry F. Halli
day, assistant project di
rector, disclosed last
Thursday.

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Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), May 26, 1945
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., May 26, 1945
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
7 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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