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IN-SERVICE
DDOZOAM- IC
!VjrrVI I 1J
7uo JLa.45oAH-t- Piooni a
Tex Eligible tAcxlCe'i:J
For better understanding' regarding the
cqmmarcial in,-S3rvice training program
of the Adult 3ducation. -Department, the
following policies and regulations are
called to the attention .of all interest
ed:
1. By in-service .training. is 'meant train-,
ing on paid tine in specially designated
Adult Education n
classes.
2. Release of any
office s worker for
training. depends on
the recommendation
of tie worker's
section head, sub
ject to the .appro
val ..of the division
chief.
It is not aright,
but a privilege to
be c onf e rre d .whe n
in the opinion of
the department head,
benefit to both'de-
VAMO. VM.
partaent and worker
seems j.iKej.y...
The privilege .may ported to.. Ms.. de
be revoked at any (Ccn't on Page' Z)
time on recomme'nda- i
tion of the depart-,
mc-nt head or of the
Adult 3 education in
service training
department,
3. Department heads
releasing assistants
TWO EXHIBITS
SET nEXT IBEEK
Flow3r arrange
ment ana doll ex
hibits, will bi held
next week by the
Floral Arts 'Depart
ment. From Monday, May 3
to Saturday, May 8,
a doll exhibit is
sche'duled for jf7C08.
The dolls, mads Qf
crepe
cloth,
paper a nd
are from -fcha
doll-making classes
of Mr. Saku 'at ana
be.
A flower arrange
ment exhibit by stu
dents of Tatsuo Fu
jioka will be shoivn
all day from May 5
8 at -2908,
TRAIN
G
CVD AlMCrV
Ur, Lvl MLU.,
for in-service tr
aining are requested
to notify the. .-Night
School Director of
the arrapg3jr3nt by
written memoran
IN
dums naming- the per- the Gila Naws-Cour-sons
so released. ir and also thrf
4. Class attendance Minidoka Irrigator,
of trainees is to
be regular and pr
ompt, except in so
far as office re
quirements prevent,"
UUA WlW.lAWk 'MAw VUW
5. Absences. and ha-
bitual tardiness. on
bitual tardiness, on
the partof'j-ae .tr-
amee
will be re,-
ATTEND TE3 SCHOOL
CARNIVAL T03I0RRGYJ
USE ;OF N IS E f SEAMED- IN
GREAT. LAKES- POSSIBLE
possibility that all former. nisei sea
men, now .in- Relocation Centers, who t.lsh
employment. on the Great Lakes may have
an opportunity to do so was revealed in
a report, irom the
Japanese ..American
report.
Committee -for De
mocracy whose head
quarter is in New
York City.
The Committee has
been conferring for
several weeks with
trade unions hav-.
ing jurisdiction,
over these- seamen
and with Government
agencies concerned,
The re suit 'was the
annquncsment by the
Nat ional "Office of
the National Marl--tip
Unicn,".CI0.
-it was estimated
that there, .are a.T
bout .200 "seamen-iu
the centers who ware
tCon'.t on .Rage 3.):
..-.PRE-PQRflTIOnS REHOy FOR
Wmmm caRnivai Friday
Trn' yii
12
s iUVCft ,'-JV
USTE0 'FOR
...I
Climaxing, weeks or preparation, tne
gigantic "Kanaka."- Carnival" sponsored by
the-, school students;, will be opened to
the- public this
t.he school ground.-
.Cvar. 40 school
r I hA I 1
hshiyiarket
IS r ICinn"Q'
If present plans
materialize-; a fish,
market- for Tula La
ke is not in too.
distant.- s. future,
stated-. James Naka
ga.a, Research- dir-r
ector-p who has- been
studying -the plans
for the enterprise!
It is reported
that according to
both -project Go-ops
are enjoying a fl
ourishing -business.
m? Election,
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SoCLO.1 MOLU 2
An election an
An election" and
social will be "hs'ltl
for YAF members en
May 2ndr. 730 'p.m.
at 1308. Bombers
and -those who "Wish
to join YAF are
W3l0.0K3d.
CLOTHING CUSSS
OPEN HOUSE SAT
.Adult Education
Clothing Class con
ducted by Mrs. 50no'
Saiki will hold op
en house. at 4308 on
Fri day, Saturday
and 'Sunday, April
30 -May 1 May 2,
from 9-H a. ra.
15 .and .7 9 p.m.
All persons .in
terested in dess
das.ign;- pattern -drafting
-and constr
uction are cordial--ly
invited to visit.
vTha. fashion show
and- t-h- e Clothing
Dop. artment Open
House has been cancel-led.
CONCtSSION
BIG DAY
Friday froii 2 p.-a'
at
organizations 'will
'have sbme kind or a
booth in c-ot-
will be opened con-
tinuously from 2
p.m. to 10'p.m.
Taxi dance, 'enter
tainment", and food
are just some of the
things in store for
the public, it was
reported.
Keports s from- the
school indicate that
this affair- will
eclipse all ether
public programs held
in the :past.
Th'e Year 3 oak
Swing, -from 7:30 to
11 p.m. will cli
max the half-d a y
program. It was
explained that leis
will be compulsory
for the dance.
GIRL RECRUITS
THE WORKERS
..TOiiUJC, April 17
Recruiting work1
ers for outside la
bor is generally
considered a mans
job, but "all the
slightly hardened
men recruiters sta
tioned at employ
ment office readily
admit that youthful
Ida Nagata is giv
ing tngra "plenty of
competition."
In Heart Mountain
since 7fednssday to
recruit laborers
for the Green Con
struction company
for work in Nebras
ka, Ida, a viva
cious 19 year old
miss 'is' a' native
.of Worland Wyoming.
A daughter' of
Worland restauran
teurs and graduate'
of the local high
school there Ida
revealed that the
sent iment t ow a r ds
Japanese' in her ho
me town is extreme
ly favorable.

About This Newspaper

Title
Tulean dispatch daily (Newell, Calif.), April 29, 1943
Other Title
Tulean dispatch
Daily Tulean dispatch
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Newell, Calif.
Created / Published
Newell, Calif., April 29, 1943
Subject Headings
-  World War, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--California--Newspapers
-  Newell (Calif.)--Newspapers
-  Modoc County (Calif.)--Newspapers
-  World War (1939-1945)
-  Japanese Americans
-  California
-  California--Modoc County
-  California--Newell
-  1939-1945
-  United States--California--Modoc--Newell
Genre
Japanese American evacuation and relocation camp newspapers
Newspapers
Notes
-  Daily (except Sunday)
-  Vol. 4, no. 89 (Mar. 8, 1943)-v. 6, no. 48 (Sept. 11, 1943).
-  "Internment camp paper."
-  Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service (Japanese camp papers).
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Tule Lake Relocation Center established by the War Relocation Authority.
-  Tulean dispatch (Newell, Calif. : 1943) (DLC)sn 85040043 (OCoLC)11619035
Medium
6 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
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Library of Congress Control Number
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Language
English
Japanese
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Newell, Calif.
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