Newspaper Image 1 of Topaz times (Topaz, Utah), August 17, 1945
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"The .-Relocation Office
will iegln 'to call in"'
heads of families" fionflay
to determine rtheir" plana
concerning relocation, an
nounced Clandb Pratt.
"With "the -closing of
the center bdtd, fow weeks
iway,"- sfai'd.JPrattjii is
tremendously, f important
thn't thW. relocation 'office
know -the plans, of the
xseoole so. th?t' adedua to. ar
rangements, cdn be made for
To.ajgjoid any lnst-min-f.
ute confusion in schedul
ing soeciol trains v-snd.
car st ..T everyone is reoue--
ted t" cmq in for interviews-
ueoegq. ioung ana JOTTtryj
Fast ,rlocatlo"h; of.fifcQr.s-,1
;saa3S--TSfc" fuewtrr tea
Arra'ngeaants will, be
made to 'hold' interviews in
block 'managers 'office f or
those-, who live" far -cfrnn
the .relocation off ico.
S6l JIRO Y OS Ml AW A" AWARDED'
-'.1RAb: plan, "of scheduled rolocb6n)r auwwncgdby"
tho Times in. a special edition -Wefineiday; "was r
explained to evacuee leaders nn" "tho 'sane, day by
Project, .Director L.T. Hoffman and Philip H,."Cjli6k,
Assistant WRA Director f rra Washington.'
ttoriman assurea uoucn
,jaen a'nd representatives bf
.the Block "Managers, Inter
iFai"th'"bfna Red Cyoss organ!
z'ati ens that. WRA will
''schedul'e'.relocation to any
jjl.ace.residents wish to go
"and ill. "not send thea
1 whore .at 'leers'!: temporary
.housing, is not available.
Sogregees will" n'ot be"
scheduled "for relocation
until" -the War and Justice
departments announced DOli
cy decisions regarding
them he added.
Glick pointed; cut that
"the great majority of" per
sons in relocation centers
have beon free- to go out
siiyje last December 17 and
that mere than 45,Q00 al
ready are reestablished
outside. If WRA. is to con
tinu'u tx do a good job, he
said, -it must schedule de
partures and Dot .leave
'thousands, to- co moved
out iir-the last we'ks,
fie added that many law-
SU WET FIGURES
MM A LED
Tho recent. Cnmiiuni-'
ty Council's survey' on'
pians ana senpox ge.
.children 'rovoaled -that..
3953 porsens ..'have no
,rrelccati en plans as jpf
.August 2, announ'oi.
ilns "Naraharav c-aincil
.chaiTman Of this, sua
hWC werd .school age
Rr "total., cf .i;i00
perj-ns stated they
hid" '-.definite plans .on
-"A" "farewell tea-was giv
en in ho&or"of Mrs. Rosqoe
Bolf '"by the 'USO yesterday
sf ternobn bt-Roc, 4..
.5he has teHn. their, ad
visrtr stn'ce the-beginning.,
BRONZE SFA FOR HEROIC flOflfiJ,
"WITHtTHE FIFTH ARHY, I- Yo'shizawas "courage c'isions xas wrong and that
TALY Sergeant Jiiro Yoshi- and devotion to his: wouhd- it is- still being ap-iealed.
ziwa-,. a. -Topaz yolunteor ed patrol leader are inaoi MATA
and.;formerly "of t000, coraance wixn-. xno imosx tun.rUJii iwiv"-
ril,i j.-i T.n"-----.rlh n-T I10 nn' cfl .1
Cai-frnia recently was a-
arded..the Bronze Star tor
.henic"' Achievement in ec
tipn in tho Haritiao Alps
-,ffcVf.orot his unit returned
t'-i "participato in the
Fifth Army 8 final drive
-in Italy A
.:A aemhor of" tho 442nd
Japanese Anerican Combat
Team, Yoshizawa was -cited
for protecting his wounded
-.jplatmn. leader from possi
''XLk' GrojRafl'n 'attack of cap
ture.He was then a pri
pirate, .first 'class in a' ri-
i. .January '3,-l:945v.'.".
fc V .'Today; 5.51 .-3 i
traamnns or xne unixea -r a ix i- i j n a i-vn c
States Army,w the citation I ONt W lA JKJDJ
read. v ELhoi Ikoda, legal aide
Yoshi2nwa was wcrking to the project "attorney,
In Detroit, Eichigan, when and Hiss Toshie"Fujimotb,
he entered the service Au- secretary to the 'pro jec-t
gust 26, .1943. 'He. trained director, have accepted' p"o
at Camp Shelby," llisslssi- -sitions- with WRA In -'San
pni; and went overseas in Francisco.
2fiy, 1944i In o'ddition tb Ikedaj-wha has served
the. Bronze Star;-, he weara both the residents and adr
the European! Theater "Rib- ministration in legal and
br-n with f pur battle stare-gacuee property" matters,
the Combat Inf antryrian' -ift in "tbg August 15 spe
Badge and God Conduct Iied-Ciai -jrQinVA leader in,
aH His. brother, Private Buddhist .church. Circles,
First Class Hajime Yoshl-rlkeda has" accepted the gor
zawa'ls'a member of tho sition be'eause of the ser-v
442hd Canon- C cipany. vice he can render to re
.Their parents; -l&v amd' "turnoes.
5974., 2lrs..K; Yosldzawa; -who re-. Miss, Fujimoto leftor
4100 sided at '10-12-CD, hive rcr-fr secretarial position in
3682 locateajito Cloveland. Ohiv tho;San Francisco office.
lccated-ito Cloveland. Ohiv 1
About This Newspaper
- Topaz times (Topaz, Utah), August 17, 1945
- Other Title
- Topaz Saturday times
- Saturday Topaz times
- Contributor Names
- Library of Congress
- Place of Publication
- Topaz, Utah
- Created / Published
- Topaz, Utah, August 17, 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
- - 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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