Newspaper Image 1 of Heart Mountain sentinel (Cody, Wyoming), November 14, 1944, (SENTINEL SUPPLEMENT)
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Heart Jfountain, WyoBiing.
Tuesday, Nov, 14, 1944
i, Stardust' to Sponsor Three-Day Baby Show
A three-day baby, show will be sponsored-by the Stardust Kov. 24, 25 and 26.
King -and.-queen will be selected frony-l-3-j.ear olds and prince- and princess from 9
monthjsKl-year olds 'A costume contest is also planned with no. a0e limit. Residents
interested'1 in entering their babies in the contest are- asked to contact Yuri Eaakami
at, 16-N by Nov. 22. There will be an entry fee of 15 cents for each child. Further
information will published in The Sentinel,
Pedestrians Hist Yield Right-of-?tey
Due tr -the unprecedented anow fall, and resulting truck 'fjid car accidents, pedes
trians must yield the right-of-way to vehioles, .internal security officers announced
today. Because vehicles have turned out of the roadways to allow pedestrians to pass
many .center facilities have been tied up for hours while equipment was called to
URill -coaj: and commissary trucks out of ditchos. It is not necessary for pedestrians
,to walk'throught the deep snow but simply to 3tep aside while -the vehicles pa:ss, it
Survey to Faoilitate Drawing TJp of Repatriation Lists
Eiichi Sakauye, chairman of the block managers, has received the, following infor
mation -from F. de Amat, consul of Spain in San Francisco:
v "The Spanish embassy has advised this office that it would be greatly appreciated
if you, as the spokesmen, will make it clear to the Japanese nationals residing at tho
Heart' l?6untain center, that the lists being-compiled by the American authorities of
the names and addresses of said nationals" next of kin in Japan, are the result of a
reciprocal agreement entered into by the Japanese end American governments,
"The object of tho survey is to f&ciiitt-te the drawing up of the repatriation
lists, since there are numerous individuals with identical first and last' names,-, and
the',only means of checking which are the ri6ht "p&i sons' is o; referonce to; the next
of kin in Japan."
Funeral Services for Sumihiro Sifted Wednesday
Last ritos for Kumataro Sunihiro, 69, of 14-22-3, who died .Thursday at his homo
cftor a lingering illnoss, will bo eld 2 p.m. Todnosdoy at tho Community Christian
church, 22-26, The Rev. Jutaro Yol'oi will conduct ho services. ft'-c services will
bevheld 7 p.nu tonight at the same locale.
i m' Last Rites for Suzuki to Bo Hold Friday
Funeral services for Inosuko Suzuki, 53, of 17-17-B, who died Saturday en route,
here from the St. Vincent's hospital in Billings, will bo hold 1:30 p,m. Friday at -trie
iBuddhist- church, 17-25, with the Rov, Hyogen Sonzaki officiating. Wako will tako
plapo 7 p.m. Thursday at the samo localo
Tfor Plant Roprosontativo to Arrive This Wo ok
Mr, Sootor, roprosontative of tho Phill l&rr Products company, Cleveland, will
arriye thiswock to recruit ,4,0 .men f or. assembling end preparing war rrdaijjjjbr.j
shipmcntH!fegbV'aro--SO'centsvanchourv timoand alialFovor 401
hours?. A 15 per cent bonus will bo given each week. Ko union memborship is roquiroii,
k Roomfand board for singlo men aro availablo at $12.50 to 015 wookt Residents intor-
vosted' ara asked to contact Kr, Sector at tho outside omploymont office,
5 Rosidcnts Must ReAisttsr for tho Use of Qm
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3osidonts who wish to use the hih schoo'l oymnasium on "open house ni6htsn 6-9
p.m'.&uosdcys, Thursdays end saturdcysnfost ro6iatqr tt the athletic department ,'16rf,
accordirtgtoAl'Sako'r-dirsctorV. School studontsf-wi'll'nbtvbe' tilowod to r(ist'cr; A"
.prograaojt volleyball and bcdminfcqa M-. P J.annq&, Basketball, lca&ubs nill be .oxsanized
at a-Tctoti&V ,;WHN' x
ij'prsqns iatersstod in. entering tonus J.n a volleyball lecguo should sign up at tho
:ic doparfmont withm.c vrook, Locgucs for young men, oldtimors rnd girls will
aductod this year. Badminton "birdies" fro on snlo at commmity activities hccid-
quartors, Mits Kodcjca, maintenance dapc.rtmont hoad, announced. The nrcc" will not
supply "birdies", r --v
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About This Newspaper
- Heart Mountain sentinel (Cody, Wyoming), November 14, 1944
- Contributor Names
- Library of Congress
- Place of Publication
- Cody, Wyoming
- Created / Published
- Cody, Wyoming, November 14, 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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