Newspaper Image 1 of Press bulletin (Poston, Ariz.), September 15, 1942

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Published Every Day Except Monday; By the War
Relocation Authority At Poston, Arizona
VOL. IV
Tuesday, September 15, 194
No. 17
POSTON, 2 RESIDENT, AGED 55, DISAPPEARS
HSIKICHI NAGANUMA LiST SEEN EE.iDSD -FOR PARK
SATURDAY MORNING; SEVERAL HUNDRED VOLUNTEERS
IN SEARCHING PARTY; WOODED AREA. HINDERS JOB
The strange disappearance of an elderly Pos
ton 2 resident Saturday morning has resulted
in several hundred fellow residents engaging
in an investigation as to his whereabouts.
Heikichi Naganuraa, 55 year old habitant of
227 -3-G, was last seen at approximately 10
o'clock Saturday mo'rning heading toward one of
the numeroussparfcsj l&oatedc iiuithk-a immadlete.
western outskirts of Block 227 in the wooded
area. It had been a da-ily custom for him to
exercise thusly, acco
mpanied by his wife,
having been an invalid
for the past two years.
However, it so happen
ed that on this parti
cular morning, Mr. Na
ganuma had ventured to
make the short trek to
the park alone. His
non-appearance for
lunch occasioned-fears
as to his safety, hav
ing been a victim of a
ILiRYKKOLL FATHER HERE
FOR CATHOLIC MASS
IffiSTING
Father Clement, Cath
olic priest from Ma'ry
knoll is now-permanent -ly
conducting masses
for the residents, of
Post on. Brother Paul
will assist the Father
at the services. Con
fessions may be said
paralysis, partially, on cays mosses are
crippling his leg. held, which will be on
Due to the heavily
wooded area and the
vast expanse to cover,
the senrhheBS"'wer,aas
the Bulletin went to
press, finding their
tireless efforts fruit
less. Some of the hun
ters, al'l of whom were
Poston 2 volunteers,
have been searching
unceasingly since his
absence was noted.
Waiting courageous
ly at home fo,r Mr. No
ganuma s return are
hi s-wife, two daught
ers, Mary and Taki, a
ged 20 and 17 respect
ively, and a son, Tom
my, aged 13.
A late interview, 7
o-' clock last nite;
with Ja me s D. C r a wf or d
Poston 2 administrator,
disclosed that the in
vestigation to 'that
hour vas not illumina
ting. BUY U.S. VAR STAMPS
AYDAY
Sundays, and Mondays
at Rec. 4,5.
Father Clement and
Brother gu1 is now re
siding ?.kn Parker in
the Parish.
.."350 AIR COOLERS
AVAILABLE FOR
HOT POSTONIANS
The heat still both
ering you? Interested
in purchasing an. air.
cooler? If -so, the Par
ker Lumber and Supply
Company is reported to
have an estimated350
air coolers on-- hand
from the--Sears, Roe
bxxck Co.
According to James D.
Crawford, administrat
or of Piston 2., the'
prices on' &e j?vfr!oUs
types ord us f-oullowsi
Fan type, 2250.. 'mpdiijr
35.00; blower tytfes,
2500 model 90"; 3500
model.; Slip;. and 1800
model', $,70".
Interested r.part.ies
POSTON COUNTY FAIR
POSTPONED; NEtf DATE
UNDETERMINED AS YET
The Poston County
Fair and Harvest Fest
ival to be sponsored
by the three units has
been postponed to an
undetermined date it
was disclosed yester
day afternoon.
It had formerly been
scheduled for Sept. 19
and 20. It had been
postponed t6 Oct. 3-4.
No reasons were stated
for the "lost-minute'l
change
Saburo Kido of Post
on 2 is the general
chairman for the event.
HEADLINE EXCERPTS PROLE
THE PACIFIC CITIZEN
GOVERNOR HERBERT HAV
of Utah this week sug
gested Army induction
of Japanese American
youths and their assi
gnment "at military
salaries" to vork ill
western harvest fields.
Gov. Maw's proposal,
an outgrowth of a meet
ing of a special com-
mittee which has been
studying the Utah farm
labor situation, wss
made in letters' .to U
tah congressional len
ders
A- REVISED PROCEDURE
to make; wartime evacu
ees ofi' Japanese ances
try available for har
vesting '.sugar beets
other crops in the iri
tcrmauntain region and
the" plain States was
.announced by .Dillon S
Myer, Director of the
JRA. 'Already some 1500
eTracueds -ire at work
In the-' beet, fields of
eastern Oregon, Idaho,
Utah and Montana.
may contact Administr
ator Crawford, for fur
ther information-

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Title
Press bulletin (Poston, Ariz.), September 15, 1942
Other Title
Poston press bulletin
Official daily press bulletin
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Poston, Ariz.
Created / Published
Poston, Ariz., September 15, 1942
Subject Headings
-  Poston Relocation Center (Poston, Ariz.)
-  Japanese Americans--Arizona--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Newspapers
-  Poston (Ariz.)--Newspapers
-  Poston Relocation Center (Ariz.)
-  Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation
-  Arizona
-  Arizona--Poston
-  United States--Arizona--Yuma--Poston
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Daily (except Monday)
-  Vol. 3, no. 30 (Aug. 26, 1942)-v. 8, no. 9 (Dec. 20, 1942).
-  Sometimes published as: Official daily press bulletin.
-  Japanese camp papers.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  English and Japanese.
-  Issued for the internees at Poston Relocation Center by the War Relocation Authority.
-  Poston chronicle (DLC)sn 83025333 (OCoLC)9460777
Medium
9 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
Newspaper
D769.8.A6 P6x
Library of Congress Control Number
sn87062084
Language
English
Japanese
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Reel Numbers
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Description
Poston, Ariz.
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