Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 2 #6-10

Vol. 2 #6: February 6 (?), 1943

Page 1: Trust organized here, community enterprises are given legal status; push 'wholesale' relocation plan; editorial; construction must be cleared by engineers; (?) officers (?) eager to serve; workers' buttons; planning board adopts zoning map.

Page 2: With the churches; 60 evacuees enjoying fruits of relocating in Nebraska; WRA to relocate 25,000 evacuees by end of June; clear land for farming in center; 600 calendars go on sale soon; officers seek service posts, from page 1; to keep records on all vehicles; classified ad.

Manzanar rioters.

Page 3: Heartbeat column; Parade column; Social World column; Tri-Y clubs to assist canvass for texbbooks; first Girl Scout troop invested; timekeepers' party planned tonight; firemen donate to mess hall; weddings; bridge tourney; block 20 Nisei pick club officers; Hawaiian band schedules benefit; one community dance set tonight; clubs name officers.

Page 4: Editorials; On The inside column; letters to the editor.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; war works division chief; letters of an evacuee; musings.

Page 6: Set goal for model airplanes; despite imprisonment, Kanai defends democratic ideals; JACL leader volunteers for service in Army; shortages slow school building; new text books discussed at PTA meeting; shoes to be sent out for repairs; Army, WRA registration, from page 1; Lieut. Best killed in Africa; seek 200 families for share-cropping; visitors; leaves.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Heart Mountain observes national Boy Scout week; 15 tots sing in off-key as first kindergarten class opens here; 300 residents join library on first day; importance of parental care stressed by Todd; Fujioka wins prep election; three lectures on health set for February; shift offices to lens plant; dimes drive is extended; vital statistics; Tokita sentenced to six months.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #7: February 13, 1943

Page 1: Plans mapped for registration; speed up WRA job program; shoe ration books to be issued; farm program given approval; over-heated stoves cause of two fires; course in war production training program planned; WRA physician visits center; preliminary hearing board to handle all criminal cases.

Page 2: With the churches; full text of FDR's letter; Senator Wallgren says he was misquoted on evacuee problem; coast trip possible; Zen priest to speak at Buddhist service; nurse returns; fellowship hour planned by church; YBA to conduct membership drive.

Page 3: Heartbeat and Social World columns; YWCA plans education to speed up relocation; exhibit planned by prep group; Parade; inter-faith forum favorably received; clubs name officers.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Inside; letters to the editor.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; outlook for student relocation bright; musings; letters of an evacuee.

Page 6: Dollar a month pledge made by Minnesotan; speed up WRA job program from page 1; map plans for registration from page 1; fire chief resigns; daughter of residents here wins award; two leave for co-op parlay; open two more kindergartens; visitors; leaves; favorable change of public opinion noted.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Scout of 1942 named; prospective volunteers here inspired by sergeant; $34 donation passed on to 'worthier cause'; raise $116 in July March of Dimes; promise new movie weekly; return to WRA centers is permissible; Flyod Schmoe expected here; exchange cash register stubs; vital statistics; prep students to sign up; library now open evenings; she sacrificed and suffered much, but not in vain.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #8: February 20, 1943

Page 1: Public, evacuees need to be educated on resettlement program; 'segregated' Nisei unit explained by Stimson; 150 service flags fly over Heart Mountain; Barber leaves for Washington; Stimson says registration is first step; freeze sale of canned goods; 325 shoe ration books issued; administrative staff gains two; 20 new tractors will arrive soon; community stores record net profit of $40,833.

Page 2: With the churches; C.E. financial statement; no movie slated for next week; funerals; order many new books.

Page 3: Heartbeat, The Social World columns; scrapbook, clack contest to be conducted by USO; supervisors named for YWCA groups; Okamoto soloist for music hour; Girl Scout troops invested in rites; orchestra benefit planned Friday; Boys' Club staff named; parade; Sadie Hawkins hop set by RHO clubs.

Page 4: On the Inside; editorials; letters to the editor; musings.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; nation's press favors Army program.

Page 6: New police aide named; three added to engineers staff; visitors; leaves; talent show next week; evacuee responsibilities from page 1; begin work on feed storage.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: War ration books to be issued; women make 'belts of 1000 stitches' for Nisei soldiers; carpenters repair dormitory; in line of duty, says fireman; vital statistics; 'segregated' Nisei combat unit from page 1; many boast service flags; This Week's Heroes; training class progress given; Schmoe here for interviews; clothing, books from friends all over the U.S. received here


Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #9: February 27, 1943

Page 1: Registration of men 90 percent complete; WRA defends Nisei; watch out, premier Tojo! Here comes private Tojo; Nisei right to ballot affirmed; alien's request for $3000 in bonds more than post office actually had at the time; Capt. Kinoshita receives call to U.S. Army; 7425 volunteers rush to join Army in Hawaii; fill two vacancies in fire department; WPB withdraws school priorities; hot-beds to house short growing season edibles; WRA officials visit here; urge residents to check stored goods.

Page 2: With the churches; administrative officials attend Denver parlays; Reports Division man visits here; infant succumbs to long illness; Keiro Kai honors Issei next month; senior Girl Scout investure held; purchase supplies for poultry project; funeral; baby food firm shows films here.

Page 3: Heartbeat and The Social World columns; USO house-warming tea; Rho conference to be planned; Florence Ito heads block 27 club; community dance at 22-27 tonight; parade; clubs name officers.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; chief medical officer Dr. Irwin; musics; letters of an evacuee.

Page 6: Many on outside show concern for evacuees; dinner-dance held by EH division; seek seamen for Great Lakes; visitors; leaves; Harold Pond guest at music hour; 30 men needed by fire department; seek experienced shoe repair man; staff head nurse resigns position; scouts volunteer messenger service.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: General election to pick second council for city; former center resident aids in good-will work; student aid speeded up for Fall; fete Barber at farewell; lumber from sawmill used for project; claim cash for clothing; comedy slated as next film; This Week's Heroes; shoe ration cards now available; vital statistics; talent revealed in art exhibit here; coordinating body to meet.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #10: March 6, 1943

Page 1: 'I am proud to serve'-Capt. Kinoshita; Robertson places responsibility for enlistment on block heads; lift ban for evacuees in Arizona; recruiting for new class at Camp Savage will begin; WAAC lieutenant surveys Nisei girls' interest in corps.

Page 2: With the Churches; housing section now under community service; farms need to be bought; junior safety patrol planned; sheep rancher seeks 30 men; non-citizens may volunteer for Uncle Sam's Army; visitors; leaves.

Page 3: Heartbeat and The Social World columns; two center YMCA delegates attend Kansas meet; national activity director to be feted; YW board head; farewell socials fete doctor before departure for Army; orchestra to play for community hop; Parade column.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Inside; Letters to the Editor.

Page 5: Scratch Pad and Round Up columns; chief of transportation, supply; musings; can citizens be locked up? Chicago newspaper asks.

Page 6: 1000 relocated; 4800 more await clearance; applications accepted for outside jobs; Minidoka issues printed paper.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: New council takes over; former WRA chief 'gratified' by reopening of Army to Nisei; income tax lecture; new film to be shown; home nursing program set; plan refund to residents here; anti-delinquency meeting Sunday to form league; juvenile body maps program; prep editor named; poultry project to have 1800 chicks; shoe ration cards available Thursday; hospital acquires crutches, chairs; agriculture group names executives; two youths held in Cody jail; young culprits put on probation; This Week's Heroes.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

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