Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 2 #11-15

Vol. 2 #11: March 13, 1943

Page 1: Citizenship bill given Congress; 300 Minidokans vounteer for service in Army; acting chief sees many openings; colonel who would lead combat team declares enlistees prove loyalty; man critically injured in row; JACL leaflet points out Nisei opponents; local leave rules revised; block chairmen make reply; few men still unregistered; civil service jobs available in Ohio; many Heart Mountain Nisei girls are ready to join WAAC; February checks distributed today; reveal additions to school faculty; block 12 chairman elected.

Page 2: With the churches; leaves; visitors; issue bunker suits to fire department; Bussei make plans for Spring months; last rites; offices move.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; newly furnished USO lounge open; 'new horizons' topic for Rho meet; set weekly USO parties for soldiers; soloist on Sunday music hour; mother presents flag to scouts; sentinel bridge team triumphs; Parade.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; superintendent of schools; Letters of an Evacuee; Nisei will make tough fighters; block chairmen make reply.

Page 6: Letters to editor cont.; supplies to be conserved here; Musings; books available on ceramics, art; two youths plead guilty in court; Catholic members in Lenten service.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Discontinue plans for pottery factory; WRA vocational retraining program planned; broadcast by Hawaiian band brings in $116 for Red Cross; WRA opens five more jog offices; band plays in Powell tonight; new picture on schedule; Hayashida to head council; curio exhibition scheduled; WRA supplies only first broom; hundreds of job offers received here; vital statistics.

Trouble at Tule Lake.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #12: March 20, 1943

Page 1: Speed movement out of centers; California group to aid Nisei; clean-up week committee lays plans; property office is opened here; 2571 out on indefinite leave permits; managers want center Nisei club; five offices to move soon; commission will announce decision in alleged theft; buses now stop at main entrance; cash refunds to discontinue; 300 members set as objective in local Red Cross campaign; California board is reminded of Nisei rights by Washington.

No Japanese sabotage.

Page 2: With the Churches; new hospital plan announced; hospital issues warning on rabbit fever season; jail visiting.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; resettlement problems top YMCA council conference; Parade.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; head of community activities; Y aide writes of visit to WRA center; Letters of an Evacuee.

Page 6: Church leaders outline plan at meeting; legislature of Wyoming passes new health law; kindergarten class to open; visitors; leaves; classified; block chairmen plan talk series.

At Jerome.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Agriculture program here to be in full swing soon; treatment of Nisei watched; Igawa's orchestra will play at Lovell church dance tonight; many jobs available in Detroit; probation given 2 minor youths; laundry service; sign Hawaiian band at KPOW; Ginger Rodgers picture slated; this week's heroes; Heart Mountain library gets 300 books from Park county.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #13: March 27, 1943

Page 1: Nisei farm work training program starts; residents find many offers, leave center; sell $300,000 in money orders; foster parents sought for baby; dates set for clean-up week; police nab nine in raid (gambling); dissolution of WCCA told; plan release of Kodaks, radios; mess hall workers to inaugurate club; meals hours changed to boost work efficiency.

Page 2: With the Churches; formation of co-op discussed; Heart Mountain Buddhists make plans for 'wesak' day; father seeks home for his 2-year-old son; plan weekly lectures here.

Page 3: The Heartbeat; The Social World; official recognition given local USO unit; Parade; Scouts to conduct mobilization day; feature five men singers on program; Girl Scouts enjoy hike around hills; clubs name officers.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; war relocation authority year old; chief nurse here was in Japan for 19 years; radio program proves popular; Letters of an Evacuee.

Page 6: Model airplane classes will begin; WRA seeks to restore confidence in evacuees; visitors; leaves; regional chief impressed by Japanese arts; move CCC building to warehouse area.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Mess hall contest set; civil service aid is offered; uniform menus planned; tin cans used by resident for victory garden; offer co-op farm plan as solution; actual work on hotbeds begun; grant probation in petty theft case; 'Burma convoy' next on list; two pig pens nearly ready; students seek 'pen pals' here; this weeks' heroes; assault case to be tried on Thursday; to close stores; Nisei officer visits center; postpone theft case.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #14: April 3, 1943

Page 1: WRA eases leave regulations; project area opening due soon; return to center is possible; administrative staff shifted; court suspends functions; aid available for evacuees without funds; project head may now issue indefinite pass; alien evacuees serving in Army eligible for citizenship; work efficiency conference held; Col. Rasmussen here Sunday for interviews.

The Supreme Court to decide.

Page 2: With the Churches; locale of Catholic services changed.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; USO benefit dance sponsored by club; Alpha field day plans completed; Red Cross benefit dance announced; principal honored at surprise party; Parade; clubs name officers; club activities shifted to 16-N.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; project attorney; acute shortage of farm workers here revealed; This Weeks' Heroes; indefinite leave passes available.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; civil service jobs open to Nisei in centers; limits on severity of penalties set by WRA; bridge tourney slated; Nisei honored; On the Inside cont.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Hana-matsuri celebration starts tomorrow; residents join training class; home found for 2-year-old boy; jobs are plentiful in Chicago; his release finally came, then he was struck down by truck; 115 compete in kite contest; cancel movies for next week; Topsoil; students being work on 40 acre farm project; violinists slated on music program; eight couples seek to adopt baby; funeral; start plowing on farm land; push plans for center-wide cleanup campaign; one found guilty in theft case; applications for cameras accepted.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #15: April 10, 1943

Page 1: Return to center possible but not encouraged; volunteers adopt credo; big dinner highlights gala week; turnout pleases Col. Rasmussen; Robertson calls for workers to push vital farm project; experts to visit beet fields; Joe Nisei baffled by new changes in office location.

The Supreme Court to settle evacuee question.

Page 2: With the Churches; leaves; visitors; preliminary hearing board adopts new procedures; local girl wins honors at U.W.; three scout heads to attend confab; gambling case sentences are suspended; Barber returns for brief visit; wins kit title; plan masonite for mess hall tables.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; boys' clubs set council for 18-25 age group; KeYmen selected by club presidents; tea planned for student teachers; Cub Scouts conduct kite contest today; students honor teacher at party; Parade; Girl Scouts make plans for play day.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Inside; Letters to the Editor; community fetes volunteers cont.

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; community enterprises chief; co-op vs. trust system; This Weeks' Heroes; Letters of an Evacuee; vital statistics.

Page 6: Art contest planned for WRA centers next month; Hawaiian Nisei leave for camp; clean-up week plan completed; Y student aide to visit soon; assorted flower seeds received; seek to speed-up work on canal.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Payment of 10% patronage refund authorized; internees with sons in Army may get rehearing; project area will open West-South; committee organized to push sale of war savings stamps; fire siren to sound work hours; 'Citizen Kane' to be shown; mess halls to be rated next week; build internee camp in Texas; change in WRA center asked; capacity crowd hears Chapman; driver exonerated in accident trial; identity photos to be taken of those leaving; job list to be compiled by relocation group; plan vocational training program.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

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