Newspaper Image 1 of Topaz times (Topaz, Utah), April 13, 1945

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TOPAZ. UTAH
Friday. April 15. 1945
SURPLUS FAUM
EQUIPMENT TO BE
SOLD SATURDAY
Approximately $20,000
worth of surplus farm e
1 quipraent from the -arojeet
form will be open for sale
Saturday, it was revealed!
by Helvin Robins, property
control offic-er.-
Die sale is Scheduled
to tort at 11 o'clofck
and carry on. through the
afternoon. It is estimated
that over" 500 certified
dealers rill bid for tho
100 or more items of f am
machinery o'fforod for sale,
'The eauipaont which con
sists mostly of larger ma
chinery such qs hay load
era, balers, and", plows,
will be. sold in tho "yard
weBt of the warehouso.
SCHOLARSHIP TO BE
GIVEN BY DIXJE J.C.
The Dixie Junior col
lege' will award a "scholar-
WE RoosfvaT pusses mm
News, of President Rooseveltfe sudden death ffrom
a cerebral hcuorrbage yesterday afternoon as he work
ed on matters of the State at the Warm Springs, Ga,t
"Liytlo White Houso" was 'spread rapidly through; xthe
center by persons who heard tho radio announcement
Tho first reaction was 'that there must be some mis
takeit just couldn't, be "true
Vice-President Truman was. sworn into office aa
president lato yesterday, and announced that he would
continue to carry cut his late chief's policies.
SCHOOLS, EOT& F1AI3
mm it arc: rrjrfeea s:?
4ius:j crFiik. taALPJta-n
WHA ASKS FOR
Center flags, flow at
hclfmast today because of
A"tnir r.irrao'&jfcici the death of President
riWIML rUX;4WtL Pcn-ow. Mo
Project Director L,
Hoffnon and G. L. Nicsso,
assistant project director
in charge of administra
tive management, appeared
before tho State Priority
committee of tho War ifcn
power commission in Salt
Lake City Wednesday and
ship to a June, 1945, grad- explained tho need for ad-
uate of the Topaz high ditional civil sorvico cm-
school, according to a let
ter -received here' from
Glen E. Snow, president of
the college,, The scholar
ship will cover tuition,
and books. The scholarship
recipient, will' be chosen
by the high school faculty.
ployees at Tofaz, The com
mittco deferred decision.
They also contacted tho
Civil Service c admission,
Military Travel bureau and
other federal "agencies in
terested in tho WRA pro-t-gram.
Roosovelt. Manorial ser-
T, vices were held- by all
schools and the.ccccunity
council and administration
are making tentative jplans
for a center-wide memorial
service.
Project Director L. T.
Hoffmen, -in .a telegram to
Washington WRA headquar
ters, suggested that all
centers observe memorial
services Sunday to express
nouf heartfelt gratitude
for th3 late "President's
leadership end our sense
of deep loss at his tragio
and sudden death."
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BE SHOWM TOtVIGW f JV MS. MM
Three action picture
aficrts--will."be 'shown" 'free
of charge in the' high
school -auditorium, at 7
o'clock this evening in
connection with the admin
istration's 5ew Orleans
and the Deep South Week".
The' films, all. in sound,
will be "Modern Dixie"; a
trip through Louisiana
starting from New Orleans;
"Southern Sunrise". a tech- rive until
nicolor protrayal of the cause of
progress of the South in a
newk improved agriculture,
and -"Truck Farmer'", which
shows how truck crops are
grown in winter in South
Texas new frontier the
Rio Grande valley The
movies will Tun 45 minutes,
Approximately 80 en
larged .photographs of rolo
catees in the Southern,
states will bo shown in a
special exhibit, and pam
phlets on relocation oppor- nab of the
EDUCATION HEU5
ATTEND MEEmfi
Three Topaz education
heads,' Dr. LeGrande Noble,
superintendent of educa- -tion;
Dr. Laverne Bane, -high
school principal, Pe:--ry.Carmichael,
vocaticel
education head, attenCel
a meeting Wednesday at 2&-
Sixth SchjOL
tunities in the area will
bo distributed.
H,E, Arno, New Orleans
district relocation offi
cer, scheduled to appear on
the program, will not ar-
tomorrow be
transportation
difficulties. A substitute
speaker will outlina brief
ly Dixie's relocation op
portunities. 'Arno will bo
available for interviews
at 'the relocation office
ia block 2 for sovoral
days.
dis'trlot of Southern. Utuk,
Problems of vccaticcsl
education credit and guid--anee
in high schools were
discussed, Dr. Jfoble
reported. mO.GRAW POSTPONED
eouase of the sudden"
death of President Rooser
velt, -the entertainment
program planned for tomor
row night in the auditori
um jby Madame Tachibanas
Japanese classlcal-dancar3
has heen postponed1.

About This Newspaper

Title
Topaz times (Topaz, Utah), April 13, 1945
Other Title
Topaz Saturday times
Saturday Topaz times
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Topaz, Utah
Created / Published
Topaz, Utah, April 13, 1945
Subject Headings
-  Japanese Americans--Utah--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Newspapers
-  Central Utah Relocation Center
-  Topaz (Utah)--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation
-  Utah
-  Utah--Topaz
-  United States--Utah--Topaz
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Weekly
-  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 27, 1942)-v. 12, no. 9 (Aug. 31, 1945).
-  Saturday issue has title: Topaz Saturday times, Dec. 5, 1942-Jan. 23, 1943; Saturday Topaz times, Jan. 30-Feb. 27, 1943.
-  Editor: E. Kirimura, ; T. Katayama, Jan. 30-Apr. 6, 1943.
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Vol. 1, no. 1 preceded by 10 introductory issues published Sept. 17-Oct. 24, 1942 and called pre-issues no. 1-10.
-  Internment camp newspaper. Cf. Hady, M.E. and J.P. Danky. Asian-Amer. periodicals and newspapers.
-  Has supplements.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Central Utah WRA Relocation Center established by the War Relocation Authority.
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7 pages
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Japanese
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