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Section II
Saturday', Aug. 11, 1945
Amache, Colo,
STUDEWT REIOCATIOM BUUETIM
AMACHE GRADUATES COLLEGE MM DEto
That Amache high school graduates are college-minded is shown by the fact that
approximately 22 per cent of the classes of 1943 and 19'44 are now, or have een,
enrolled in institutions of higher learning. These include colleges, universities,
nurses' training, trade and business schools, Among the latter, there are probably
others enrolled of whom there is no rord, since It is not necessary for students
to get transcripts of records for many fcusiness and trade schools. Figures for the
1945 classes aro not complete since applications are coning in almost daily. How
ever, seven mid-term graduates hav already enrolled and 20 Juno graduates have
been accepted for fall terms to date. Others who had planned a college career have
had to postpone entry because of service in the Army.
That they are relocation-minded, also, is shown by the faot that out of 627
students who have graduated since Amache s first commencement in 1943, only 53 are
still in tho center, and some of these are leaving shortly to enter college.
High school students who will not yet be 17 when school begins should make re
location plans at once if not going with their parents. If returning to California
with or without their parents no special rule applies. But going to any other
state without parents, those below 17 have to have a special permit from the Board
of Childron's Guidance of the statoto vdaich they go. These permits may be obtained
through the relocation advisor. It takes about a nonth to get returns.
Tuitioji rules of many years' standing, apply to all groups, but jany states and
citie3 have waived the rule in favor of nisei, How, however, sinco parents are
again living as rogular residents of states, ex-resident fees will bo charged if
students aro not in the same state as parents. Inquire at the relocation offico
of cities and states making exception to this rule.
Amacho St udent Scholarship Fund
The macho Student Scholarship rVmd is now available to worthy graduates who
need assistance in entering or continuing their college education. Grants up to
350 are allowed, .application blanks may be obtained from Mr. tfalther at the high
school. To date, eight isnache graduates have received scholarships from the fund
and several applications are pending.
The Amacho Scholarship ia.d was started in the fall of 1945 as an expression
of appreciation to Superintendent of Schools Paul J. Terry when he loft the center
to entor the US liavy. From the $200 donated at that time by Amacho residents tha
fund has increased to over $1000, Ihch credit should be-given to Dr. Takashi
Terami, treasurer, who was the leader in starting and establishing the fund.
lievs Bits of Amache Students
Shizue i'.agoshi and Ikuko "Cookie" Takano have completed their high school
courses at the summer session of the Shaker Heights high school, Cleveland, Ohio,
thus making them oligible for Amacho high schooj diplomas.
Fvt, Tamotsu Shibutani, formerly of Amache, won a -$200 first prize in an essay
contest at the University of Chicago. Title of essay was "humors of a Crisis
Situation."
Rocont graduates who have had their applications accepted are:
Eunice ivumagai and EonryOkubo, Colorado A and U, Fort Collins, Colo.
Minoru Ito, William Kohaya and Ken Kakatogawa, University of Minnesota,
ilinnoapolis
Joy Takcyaraa, Carleton College, Northfield, lainn.
Itartha LIurakami, Oklahoma A and ti College, Stillwater.
Shiro fakemoto, University of :iyoming, Laramio.
Amache Kih has one gold star ia its sorvioo flag in honor of ilaluto iioriguchi.
"william Sakamoto, who plans to enter Bates college this fall to study engi
neering, has obtained employment as a night steward in an exclusive restaurant
chain in ilew York City at $30 a woek.
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Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), August 11, 1945, (Section II)
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., August 11, 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
2 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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Amache, Colo.
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