Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 2 #1-5

Vol. 2 #1: January 1, 1943

Page 1: Patronage refunds planned; 10,000 Heart Mountain residents greet 1943 with mixed feelings; snowball throwers endanger drivers; construction of bakery awaits equipment; WRA director confident; recreation heads to meet Monday; students to hold rally on Tuesday; shows slated for New Year's; those joining internees to retain rights; Christmas day memorable; vital statistics; 4 orderlies, nurse give blood in vain effort to save man's life; instructor at Harvard visitor; New Year's Eve dance slated; year-end party attended by 200.

Page 2: With the churches; co-op corner; offer suggestions for cutting number of plugged drains; 11,000 parcels handled by post office in Christmas rush; visitors; leaves; ramblers sponsor social for scouts; comic books give youngsters ideas; J. Mizuta shines in judo tourney; clubs to raise funds through sale of items; here and there; await supplies for prescriptions; speech course.

Page 3: Cattle, hog projects to supply entire meat needs here; plans pushed for establishment of project attorney's office; education survey now being made; mail delivery system to be instituted soon; Red Cross plan organization meeting; bridge honors won by unseeded teams; PTA coordinating group to hold meeting; patients asked to be punctual; youth operated; weddings; Heart Mountain YBA organized; CCC building to be used as storage; give vehicles right of way; claim lost and found articles.

Page 4: Editorials; on the inside column.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; in time of war, prepare for peace; Heart Mountain U.S.A.

Page 6: New Year theme used for poetry in contest; this week's heroes; memories poem; plan park for civic beauty; housing head overcomes task of assigning units.

Page 7: Hospital well equipped; public works department kept busy; musings; trainging class open to teachers; first grade meat in store for center.

Page 8: Sports.

Page 9: 'Lets enter 1943 with good humor, faith'; colonists try to find return to normal life; night in Heart Mountain poem; silent sentinel stands forever to our West; relocation to sparsely populated cities urged; life in new community found adventuresome.

Page 10: Calendar; a pair of boy's shoes fiction story; she liked dancing; the clouds lifted; poem; committees to study working conditions.

Page 11: High school to provide new courses; plan bowling alley, fountain service; proposed consumer cooperative; school information received by mail.

Page 12: Education program aids youth growth; internal security body works under handicaps; poem; new plan eases crowded housing.

Page 13: Pins and needles; your home and mine; calendar continued from page 10; setinel continues from page 9.

Page 14: Various poems; letter; colonists expect colorful spring; high school to get two CCC buildings.

Page 15: Many handicaps fail to deter recreation department; balanced program for youth; poems; improvement aim of clinic; club activities strive to aid all center girls.

Page 16: Trees felled to provide lumber; center wants to be self-sustaining; test kiln anticipated for project; handsome desk declared finest work of woodshop; wind predicts weather.

Pages 17-24: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #2: January 9, 1943

Page 1: Delegates hit new WRA co-op regulations; plan for property storage, treatment told; stabbing case trial set in Coby; 57 18-19 men register sixth draft; pair granted probation by commission; 7000 printed but 10,000 Sentinel copies sent out; WRA to pay for eyeglasses broken at work; evacuees to stay on 44-hour week; Nelson arranges center supplies; governor names Uno on draft board; forum to resume weekly meeting.

Page 2: Embroidery exhibit in Powell proves big hit; paint murals on celotex panels in mess hall; residents joining internees to confer with welfare head; residents here commended for good behavior; draft of city charter to be presented soon; schools will be completed March 30.

Page 3: Heartbeat and Social World columns; boys', girls' clubs start activities to raise funds; girls clubs staff plans tea; new dance schedule set; parade; Alphas carry out penthouse motif; welfare section readies December clothing grants; recreation head leaves for Denver; co-op regulations prove unpopular from page 1; Japanese drama booked tonight; church group head picked.

Page 4: On the inside; editorials; letters to the editor.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; seek output with minimum delay; musings by the staff.

Page 6: Additional Yule gifts received; copyrights held by foreign nations must be reported; renew licenses, evacuees urged; scout staff confers with Osam; 10 colonists leave for sawmill; return articles impounded in Pomona center; Wapato youth dies after long illness; 'karuta' players invited to game; one added to teaching staff; leaves; visitors.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: PTA, community leaders discuss organized recreation program (2 articles); cash receipts mean savings; groups seek to coordinate all activities; Heart Mountain's first 1943 baby born; night school to open second term; post office rates Sentinel Cody's 'leading paper'; Mrs. Hashimoto only woman administrator; Sentinel will buy back copies; keep off rink and slides; new film will be shown here; this week's heroes; oldest resident in block 29 honored on New Years Day.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #3: January 16, 1943

Page 1: Taggert named to head C.E.; planning board delays approval on livestock project location; legal services offered; works overtime, sends cash to USO, Red Cross; commission approves draft of city charter; engineering, farm heads hold parlay; seek revision of co-op rules; Matsui warns residents of bogus guardians; majority favors return of U.S. citizens in survey; stored property clearance forms now available; Tokita enters guilty plea.

Page 2: With the churches; mass evacuation compared to treatment of Moors in Spain; fireman hurt in practice drill; suggestions for care of stoves given; women bridge tourney on Sunday; planning board seeks more facts, from page 1; three jobs open in mid-west; patients urged to observe hours.

Page 3: Parker addresses joint meeting; Cody, Powell women bidden to church society activity; children's hour open Saturdays; capacity crowd sees YBA show; Scout leaders feted at tea; Epsilon groups conduct hike; speaker for Tri-Y; reorganization of clubs planned; parade; Royalettes; block 17 election meeting; Tsuneishi wins confidence vote.

Page 4: Editorials; on the inside column; letters to the editor; letters of an evacuee.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; new assistant project director; welfare director wins esteem of colonists; musings.

Page 6: Food rationing starts here 'immediately'; community enterprises dry cleaning unit; recreational equipment to arrive soon; barber shops to open soon; prompt return of prescription bottles urged; musical vesper service slated; leaves.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Organization of Heart Mountain approved; conduct survey to complete plans for nursery school; eight more carloads of property here; Red Cross unit maps program; 15 new courses to be offered by night school; formation of student Y club pushed; extinguish fire in shower room; 'ability' determines who pays for eyeglasses; this weeks heroes; two dances slated tonight; vital statistics; co-op corner.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #4: January 23, 1943

Page 1: Mercury drops to 28 below zero; share-crop opportunities seek for evacuees on beet farms; Life takes pictures of center life; honor Clarence Uno with military funeral; polio funds will be sent to President; Mike Masoka postpones visit here; workers to pay $20 per month for subsistence; employment offered by lumber firm; planning board approves livestock projects.

Page 2: Urge early applications for leave clearance; with the churches; praise the shoemaker...and be patient; waive three-cent charge for cashing checks; draft registrants must notify local board of change of address; Nisei girl willed $1000 by sister of former employer; don't rub snow into frostbites.

Page 3: Heartbeat column; social world column; new appointments launch YWCA activities; YWBA winter plans drafted; Y coordinator chosen; Nisei clubs pick officers; Cub Scouts' smoker slated; GR dance features yell contest; judoists arrange New Year social; Buddhists plan meeting Sunday; clubs name officers; parade column.

Page 4: On the inside; editorials; hope for tomorrow; musings; letters of an evacuee.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; letters to the editor.

Page 6: Construction of five nursery schools, kindergarten begins; Nisei tell reasons for fighting; model planes to be built for Army, Navy use; community dances scheduled tonight; leaves; pipe break repaired in sub-zero cold; report on CS rating sought; motor pool holds dinner-dance; Sudin takes over science class; old phonograph records sought; visitors; December checks being distributed.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Sign-up for night school set; USO fund-raising drive nets $168; press claims for pay says Downer; industrial art course begins Monday; Mary Ishimoto wins Radcliffe scholarship; 2 residents make U. of Wyoming fall honor roll; Downer assists claimants, old age pension; announce new schedule for film showing; this weeks' heroes; fireman bruises foot in mishap; English classes for kibei planned; plan cash for clothing grants; editor offers aid to evacuees; Red Cross office; fire extinguishers; co-op corner; Mason named fire officer; move school study hall; 1000 pairs of shoes repaired; last call for lost articles.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #5: January 30, 1943

Page 1: Stimson opens Army to Nisei; give okay on civic center site; Robertson in Denver for WRA parlay; WRA chief approves Army act; residents will get income tax assistance; census nears completion; hint removal of loyal citizens in centers; WRA wages ruled taxable; seek economic backgrounds for post-war planning; editorial.

Page 2: With the churches; project sawmill will begin operations soon; eight committees selected by student Christian group; Gospel copies now available; school fire drills held successful; visitors; leaves; death; Holy Communion held; Bibles available.

Page 3: Heartbeat, Social World columns; Heart Mountain picks 2 delgates to 'Y' seminar; weddings; Hi Jinx sponsors health talk; cotton formal set for valentine; inter-faith forum planned; parade; clubs name officers.

Page 4: Editorials; on the inside column; evacuee problems present test of U.S. citizenship.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; employment and housing chief; letters to the editor; letters of an evacuee.

Page 6: Hawaii-Dec. 7th '41 and today; Sentinel editorial attracts attention; plan reorganization of recreational program; Payne conducts leadership course; Belmont High gives diplomas to five; may discontinue laundry service; recreation leaders hear visitors; Club 23 to install officers at social.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Push resettlement plan; 1000 attend impressive rites for Uno; benefits to Wyoming State, county told at WRA meet; engagement; model aircraft plans sent here by U.S. Navy; prep students plan election next Tuesday; March of Dimes dances tonight; enrollment for kindergarten classes slated; library opens; this weeks' heroes; revised movie schedule given; paralysis fund to receive prep dance profits; vital statistics; classified; YMCA board head picked; clubs required to fill out form 19; organize nurses' aide course here.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

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