Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 3 #1-5

Vol. 3 #1 Dec. 31, 1943

Page 1: California resolution causes flare-up; contest for essay extended; tragedies stalk young lives who follow too close devotion; one thing I beg; police volunteer as blood donors; Nisei rate front page; Nisei seamen get passports; among the first.

Page 2: With the churches. (The rest of the page consists of thank yous and ads.)

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; vital statistics; weddings; auditorium dance; Avons, Shufflers to sponsor dance; seniors will hold mid-year dance.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; Letters to the Editor; California farm controversy cont; 'removing spots' assists Nisei concert singer pursue career.

Page 5: Round Up; This Weeks' Heroes; The Scratch Pad; letter from Los Angeles; too close devotion cont; community stores to take inventory.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; relocation in review; Girl Scouts hold parent's night; Des Moines hostel has new director; adult education registration held; movies.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: 1943 proves eventful for Heart Mountain; play features xmas program; short circuit starts blaze; ICS courses open to Nisei; plan war drive; Christmas gift contributions exceed last year's total.

Hate-breeding groups.

Pages 9-18: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #2 Jan. 3 (?), 1943

Page 1: Enterprises show gain, soundness; purge military, Grew advises; director approves plan for evacuee conference; Sgt. Ben Kuroki, hero of Ploesti, set for Pacific; jobs in center to be reduced; officer wants draft to open; vet finds Iowa unlike California-fortunately.

Page 2: With the churches; Sgt. Kuroki cont; exchanging season's greetings.v

Page 3: The Social World; Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; first jukebox in center installed in USO lounge; visiting Scout executives commend local organization; leaves; visitors.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; Letters to the Editor; other editors are saying.

Page 5: This Weeks' Heroes; One Year Ago This Week; Industrialists find Nisei competent; field aide here on relocation; vital statistics.

Catholic viewpoint.

Page 6: Sound business cont; conference cont; Chi Sigma to hold joint meet in Cody; Community Enterprises financial statement.

Here's a strange thing. The first part of the article is on page 8, but the second part of the article is on page 6. Anyhow, it's about California, again.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Fire department wins top honor; art students hold exhibit; assistance extended to evacuees is greater than most realize; mail delivery service starts; carrots shipped to Jerome center; tofu factor in operation; stork catches ambulance.

Pages 9-13: In Japanese.

Page 14: January calendar.

Vol. 3 #3 Jan. 15, 1943

Page 1: Leaders to stimulate relocation; evacuees 'curdled initiative' develops bread-line complex; national service draft could pull many workers from centers; evacuee confab draws interest; exchange plan again delayed; director issues job statement; Igawa aids drive; representative Engle admits WRA policy may be best; high school essayist winners.

Jap is a Jap.

Page 2: With the Churches; churches contribute must to resettlement of evacuees; efforts underway to equalize project jobs to 1 in family; egg production hits record high.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; weddings of residents boost New Year total; Chattanoogans sponsor social; hospital ward to hold gala reunion social tomorrow night; dance manners and habits are in need of overhauling; Parade; weddings; Aristo members feted at social; Chi Sigma Lamda honors committee; Zebras, sportsmen sponsor social.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; Letters to the Editor; One Year Ago This Week.

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; Chicago Nisei benefit from advisor; League gives circulation to Hosokawa's editorials; vital statistics.

Page 6: Central Nebraska farm opportunities cited; visitors; leaves; curdled initiative cont; stimulate program cont; poster department makes calendars; relocation in review; movies.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Election of council set for Jan. 28; 4 work group leaders picked; Cincinnati field officer here to discuss relocation plans; farm sales in Colorado protested; 61 complete prep studies; Friends send two bundles; make your bid for a cash prize; prep student body to elect officers; 3 teachers added to prep faculty; Y institute to feature prominent speakers; Kodama to speak at Sunday service.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #4 Jan. 22, 1943

Page 1: Selective service opens for Nisei; relocation officers will assist here; weather prediction-capricious; field investigation may lead to first large-scale movement; two counseling offices opened; Tuleans offered appeal hearing; Chicago confab date postponed.

Page 2: With the Churches; visitors; leaves; Lutherans open Twin Cities hostel for evacuee families; election set for Friday; Hori returns from parlay; fire extinguished; overheated stove causes minor fire; movies.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; The Social World; Parade; recreation to sponsor March of Dimes dance; engagement; pipe line finished.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; Letters to the Editor; other editors are saying.

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; Cincinnati District- resettlers make favorable impression; vital statistics; egg production reaches 3000 mark; let's rejoin American stream of life.

Page 6: This Weeks' Heroes; invasion of public places by workers is detrimental; relocation in review; last rites held.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Colorado's law upholds purchases of land; three-day meeting opens; March of Dimes to begin Sunday; Kodama awards war bonds to essay contest winners; art exhibition held success; executive Y board names directors; 2 families set for transfer; Sumitomo bank to make payment; frequent visitor; 'snipers' shoot Emmons story; CE employees hold top place.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #5 Jan. 29, 1943

Page 1: Questions and answers; three relocation officers to tell dramatic stories of rehabilitated evacuees; Warren's board does reversal on resolution; nearly 200 draft age evacuees giving deep thought to future; Santa Anitans reclassified; Myer defends WRA position; Booth returns to Cincinnati; $130 in dimes.

I wonder if this is true, or if the article itself is propaganda?

Page 2: With the Churches; give the evacuees a chance says noted society columnist; relocation in review; Round Up; relocation officer to speak Sunday; Buddhists to hold New Year dinner.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; fourth district court of honor will be held by Scouts; leadership training stressed at C.A. meet; marriages, engagements.

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

Page 5: The Scratch Pad; Round Up; Nisei letter-writing can prove vital in public relations; show loyalty to our country by relocating says one winner of contest; weather report.

Page 6: This Weeks' Heroes; leaves; visitors; questions and answers cont; dramatic stories cont; new club holds initiation rites; son of agriculture aide promoted; funeral services held for baby.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: New group to coordinate relocation plans; 3000 inspired at three-day YMCA, YWCA institute here; blaze causes $234 damage; senior council pick editors for yearbook; special elections set February 10; Omaha paper features story on relocation; 4 Nisei named on honor roll; four personnel units ready; 1,566 granted leaves here; hint two mail deliveries here; insulation of poultry houses boosting production of eggs; 3 local youths on honor list; evacuees' crew bailing straw; vital statistics.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

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