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f SENTINEL SUPPLEENT Series No. 163 Tuesday, January 18, 1944
Heart Mountain, Wyoming "-0 l,j.?,.
Cbanunity EnterpriSEs -Dgplare -Refund Fayaent
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Refunds "amounting to one-third of .alt -outstanding certificates of indebtedness
will be paid by oheck3, the date and aethod of distribution to be announced later""
TedJDkumoto, .chief accountant, disolosod, A payment of $21, 942.56 willT)e made
through checks which will--be handled by the coaaunity enterprises stores and services
without the Ti'suaT'-'charge;' "Certificates jot less than $1.Q0. will be paid in the entire
All patrohs of the community enterprises are reminded again by Okumoto that the
transfers' of certificates of indebtedness (bJuexnoto) are not complete until the cer
tificates are properly signed by the original owner and brought to the main office of
the enterprises for issuance of a new certificates to the transferees". Unless "pro
perly transferred, the payment on- certificate will be made to the original owners.
Must Register for Leave Clearance and Selective Sorvice
Boy's and girls reaching1 the age of 17 years must register for leave clearance as
other residents' 6f the center did last year. Each should register immediately affcar
his 17th birthday. Failure to comply will result in the individual's clearance being1
held up until'suoh a registration is made and say kop them in camp for as long as
two month's Youths reaohing the age of 18 should also register fo selective service.
Both' registration oan be made at the leave clearance office.

Services Set for Former Florin, Calif., Tan
Wake services for Ufeaku Shintaku, who passed away Sunday morning at the hospitalj
will be held at 7 p.Ew tomorrow'at 1725 with the Reverend T. Shibata officiating, t
Funeral services for the former Florinj Calif. y man will be hold at 2 p.m, Thursday'
January 20 at the same locale s
Relocation Officer here to. Explain Montana Share Crop Offers
H Leon Anderson, relocation officer for the Billings area, and Tom Koyama, who
farme'cTon a share-crop basis last year,, will behore Friday and Saturday, January 21
and 22,tb interview families -interested in relocating in Big Horn county, Montana,
Joe Carroll, employment officer, announced. In, share-crop propositions, workers re
ceive 40 per cent with owners furnishing, everything, including the cash and housing.
Several familiesarealready settled in that district and have grossed as much
as $5000,
t yore Baploymont Offers Received At0ut3ide Employment Office
'3357 '1 family with .2 men availrble for genoral orchard and. truck farm work, in
cluding roadside' salos. $70 month each, "plus seasonal for other members of family.
Housing provided, garden plot Baltimore,' Md.
$3356--l couple for housework, .cooking. 35 woek. Baltimore, Hd.
33551 nisei girl to work one month for Bill Hosokawa..- $40 month. Will pro-
vide room and board aftSr month-is up whiles girl finds suitable vemploymenti Will
help find job &any good job3 in Des Hoines paying about $60-"Tf& experience re-
4 336212 maids on seasonal leave t"o Stevens hotel..-1 Room and board to be .ar-.
ranged. 3Bf- oonts hour for 48 hour week, if they stay 90 days, hotel will pay
transportation back to center. Chicago, 111.
1 girl for' domestic. 3-room cottage. Care -for 3y-yeai old child. No cooking.r'
"$8 week, Cody, Wyo.
5 men needed by Provost Lumber Co. immediately, 70 oonts hour for inexperienced1
and 75 cents hour for experienced workers. Painter, Wyo,
ww pcrats for Basketball Games. on. Sale
Tickets for the Heart IIountain-Burlingtoa game on Wednesday will go on sale to-1
Say and tomorrow; tickets for the Deaver and Powell games on Friday and Saturday,
Respectively, will o0 on sale Thursday, it was announced by Ralph7A;?Forsythe,rhigh
School v'ice-pririsipel.-f rices ,fir those jjaues will be 20. lj
I General admission tickets for the All-Star-Lovell West Ward Indian game orr Thurs
day night aro now on sale at community activities headquarters, 16-N;it was revealed
y 'xax sniozaici, atnitt-cicsugervisor.,,. Aosission is io.
The brttle of the contury (no-admission chargel) tokos place at 7 p.m. tonight
at the. high schoul gym when the appointed personnel cagors tangle with the block ma-j

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Heart Mountain sentinel (Cody, Wyoming), January 18, 1944
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Cody, Wyoming
Created / Published
Cody, Wyoming, January 18, 1944
Subject Headings
-  Heart Mountain Relocation Center (Wyo.)
-  Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--Wyoming--Newspapers
-  Park County (Wyo.)--Newspapers
-  Cody (Wyo.)--Newspapers
-  Heart Mountain (Wyo.)--Newspapers
-  Evacuation and relocation of Japanese Americans (United States : 1942-1945)
-  Japanese Americans
-  Wyoming
-  Wyoming--Cody
-  Wyoming--Heart Mountain
-  Wyoming--Park County
-  1942-1945
-  United States--Wyoming--Park--Heart Mountain
-  United States--Wyoming--Park--Cody
-  Weekly
-  Volume 1, no. 1 (October 24, 1942)-vol. IV, no. 31 (July 28, 1945).
-  Editor: Oct. 24, 1942-Oct. 16, 1943, W. Hosakawa.--Oct. 23, 1943-May 5, 1945, H. Imura.
-  Published in Heart Mountain, <1943>-July 1945.
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  "Internment Camp Newspaper."
-  Has supplements.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  Has supplement listing rules, regulations and procedures of the Relocation Center: Heart Mountain sentinel bulletin.
-  Japanese ed.: Hāto Maunten senchineru.
-  Abstracted in: Virginia journal and Alexandria advertiser [abstracts].
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