Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 2 #41-45

Vol. 2 #41 Oct. 9, 1943

Page 1: Officials laud center's workers; police nab hoodlums in Provo affair; honeymoon; population hits low, up again; Nisei soldiers enter Naples; Earl Best pleads not guilty; leave hearings conducted here; Mrs. FDR writes on segregation for Colliers.

Page 2: With the Churches; delay in grants being probed; new gate ruling issued; issue new leave regulation; Kinoshita to study chemical warfare; milk supply here cut by 300 gallons; 140 Tule children enroll in school; PTA officials to visit center.

Page 3: Heartbeat; Social World; Relocation in Review; weddings, engagements.

Page 4: On the Inside; editorials; evacuees, WRA given boost by columnist in Indiana paper; social adjustments hardest for relocatees; Nisei in Italy cont.

Page 5: Scratch Pad; Round Up; relocation 'easy' for those who can take it; One Year Ago this Week; travel hints; This Weeks' Heroes.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; outcroppings of coal found; new hostel addresses given; movies; local Herculites club reorganized; 25 new books added to library; school to welcome new students; lecture; assistant director gets secretary.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Public demonstrations tonight will climax fire prevention week; third relocation movie set; high school students harvest crops; registration for night school set; farm harvest pace speeded; centers approve buying office for community enterprises; home nursing class begins; 3,000 chickens shipped here; war hatred less intense; Hori delegate to SCA parlay; 65,300 flies killed in single week.

Pages 9-13: In Japanese.

Page 14: Zootsuo.

Vol. 2 #42 Oct. 16, 1943

Page 1: CE refunds now being processed; an American's return to American way of life; center enters important new phase of existence with segregation over; Nisei surgeon granted license; 3 sentenced in Provo affair; funeral service; evacuees get assistance; 6 officers join combat team.

Page 2: With the Churches; use of government storage facilities urged; Buddhist church to give talent show; new Bible lecture series slated; Christians to form fellowship groups; girls find new feeling outside; new rules made for camp visits; community activities financial statement.

Page 3: Heartbeat; Social World; Relocation in Review; Parade; Troop contests feature jamboree.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Inside; resettlement said greatest adventure to beckon Nisei; local residents are thanked for aid in segregation program.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Round Up; forget camp life and look to future letter; This Weeks' Heroes; letter to the editor; travel hints; vital statistics.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; Hosokawa joins staff of Iowa paper; reception good in New England; Senzaki to talk at YBA service; new relocation supervisor named; Hori addresses college group.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Essay and poster contests won; 3,263 relocatees in Chicago; 104,300 flies killed; $905 worth of stamps sold here; 3 PTA units planned here; project director to welcome former Tuleans; funeral held for director; first aid class starts today; typhoid shots given at hospital; woman seeks council post; two residents donate blood; election of judicial panel completed; frost hits project farm again; adult education director arrives; school paper makes debut.

Pages 9-13: In Japanese.

Page 14: Zootsuo.

Vol. 2 #43 Oct. 23, 1943

Page 1: Oil worker is charged with felony; center to concentrate on harvesting crops; Nisei combat unit receives high praise for bravery under German shellfire; class C workers to be reduced; three NP workers injured when trailer is derailed; park project discontinued; plan committee to study trust; call yourself 'mountaineers' Robertson urges.

Page 2: With the Churches; fire fighters conduct drill; Hoswell to hold training class; assistant school director named; pantomine set for tonight; 'let people on outside know' Hori says on return from trip; clothing allowances; Captain Carter visits center.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; gala halloween social slated; Parade; lack of heat closes school; internal security officer arrives.

Page 4: On the Outside; editorials; letters to the editor; language of music is used to make friends; your duty to your hospital.

Page 5: One Year Ago this Week; This Weeks' Heroes; Round Up; many fires caused by carelessness; letter to sister shows Nisei soldier's attitude; Nisei soldiers study diction.

Page 6: Relocation in Revue; leaves; movies; plaudits cont.; combat team gets chapel; visitors; vital statistics.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Heart Mountain to join in war fund campaign; new relocation plan announced; first snow sends residents scrambling for warm clothes; heavy frost damages farm crops; Junior Red Cross enrollment campaign set; 1,300 copies of paper sold; lumber received from sawmill; Tuleans meet Guy Robertson; language barrier handicaps Issei in big cities; cylinder rain gauge disappears; little theater group organized; center census nears completion.

Pages 9-13: In Japanese.

Page 14: Zootsuo.

Vol. 2 #44 Oct. 30, 1943

Page 1: Tule crops to be saved by recruits; volunteer workers save farm crops from frost; Kodama raps discontinuing student council; public opinion winner over local prejudice; two leading papers feature Nisei workers; Petrich pleads not guilty; Nisei soldiers impress visitor; student Nisei recognize urgency of education.

Page 2: With the Churches; church news; shoe stamp number 3 to be available; 315 leave permits issued in October; geometry contest; laborer injured in altercation; Boy Scouts plan benefit movie.

Page 3: Heartbeat; The Social World; mess halls, gym locale of festivities tonight; Parade; wedding; local organization will observe Girl Scout week.

Page 4: On the Outside; editorials; public opinion cont; Nisei education cont.

Page 5: This Weeks' Heroes; Round Up; restoration of full rights to loyal Nisei urged; your duty to your hospital; Eberharter denounces critics in House of Representatives.

Page 6: Restoration of rights cont; 2 leading papers feature Nisei cont.; Relocation in Review; leaves; visitors; movies; missionary will arrive Wednesday;patronage refunds; junior Fellowship to meet Sunday.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Heart Mountain's second largest fire causes $992 damage to mess hall; apparance, conduct important in getting jobs; Campfire Girls end 2nd drive; new legal aid given evacuees; center bakery to open soon; students pick class officers; YW launches vital program; 3 dormitories nearly ready; Red Cross meeting; underground bin for storage of crops nears completion; Nisei impress Spokane paper; Junior Red Cross campaign opens; county war boards to assist in sale of farm equipment.

Pages 9-13: In Japanese.

Page 14: Zootsuo.

Vol. 2 #45 Nov. 6, 1943

Page 1: New system established for court; larger grants for relocatees; goblins greet first grader; evacuee labor produces huge sugar supply; four Nisei nurses join Armed Forces; relocatee finds air fresher outside gate.

Violence at Tule Lake.

Page 2: With the Churches; church news; air outside gate cont; committee chairmen picked for center-wide Xmas party; 40 leaders attend training class.

Page 3: Heartbeat; Parade; Social World; Red Cross aid visits center.

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

Page 5: One year ago this week; he finds people in Detroit all right; Round Up; This Weeks' Heroes; your duty to your family; Heart Mountain resident visits Indian reservation; Xmas mailing.

Page 6: Group moots local problems; names for grade school sought; leaves; visitors; Relocation in Review; college catalogs available here; Sentinel staff moves next week; GAA president; SCA members hear delegate's report; local court cont.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Heart Mountain to observe Armistice Day; many openings now available through Iowa; night school signup slated; 2 local grade schools reach goal in drive; egg production totals 1,758 dozens in October; harvest of local farm crops to be completed next week; McCloy visits combat team; fire protection officer due today; ex-local artist holds exhibit; writer decries exclusion act; senior medical officer arrives; hostel representative will visit Heart Mountain soon; block 22 elects judicial aids; vital statistics.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese; page 14 has a cartoon on part of it.

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