Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 3 #6-10

Vol. 3 #6: Feb. 5, 1944

Page 1: Induction underway at center; 'buttinskies' giving cut-rate advice to perplexed youths; 59 Nisei win purple heart; Issei outnumber Nisei as packed audiences hear relocation team; Myer criticizes coast groups; ex-WRA man praises Nisei troops in Italy; court's ruling favors evacuee; Myer reveals plan to close one relocation center; soldiers in arms.

Violence against a woman.

Page 2: With the Churches; induction cont; Issei hear talks cont; funerals and last rites; Shirrell quits Chicago position.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; changes slated in local USO program; recognition rites held by reserves; weddings and engagements; musical revue features local talent; dinner-dance held by block managers; Parade; Starletts hold anniversary dance; Camp Fire Girls elect cabinet.

Page 4: Editorials; Out the Outside; other editors are saying.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Nisei rebuild Hawaiian defenses; Round Up; This Weeks' Heroes; no room for cowards outside; vital statistics.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; large families get more space; buttinskies cont; relocation in review; five internees rejoin families.

Page 7: Sports.

Pages 8: Leave procedure here streamlined to aid residents in relocation; elect 12 men to community council posts; relocation in Montana area feasible; 2 center aids enlist in WACs; registration to begin today for apprentice training; polio drive nets $247.27; war loan drive starts next week; hot potato; check for $100 received here; many Sentinel readers found in California; fire report is sent to Chicago; Helen Sadataki on honor roll.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #7: Feb . 12, 1944

Page 1: Relocation officer here to discuss farming opportunities in East; draft office shifted here to aid Nisei; council maps new plans for evacuee conference; local resident buddy of Nisei soldier blinded in Italy war; mainland Nisei killed in action; draft papers transferred; Nisei hero not sure it's safe to walk on U.S. streets; state senate kills land law; faith in American democracy keeps Nisei going.

Page 2: With the Churches; funerals and last rites; churches mark Scout week; girl places third in oratory contest; Inoye to head Buddhist group; to visit center.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; The Social World; head of new USO council; awards presented at Court of Honor; Parade.

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

Page 5: One Year Ago this Week; Nisei defended by Pennsylvanians; Round Up; Faith in American democracy cont.; This Week's Heroes; farm advice cont; Sgt. Kuroki talks cont.

Page 6: Relocation in Review; leaves; visitors; movies; conference may be shifted to Granada.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Seeding operations begin; industry section dissolved; paper reports WRA transfer; list nominees for class posts; residents well-behave, police record reveals; secretarial meeting set; four policemen donate blood; anti-Japanese author censured; registration for vocational retraining program begins; mess halls get takuwan; evacuees are warned against entering prohibited areas; craft students to hold exhibit; engineers leave for Denver meet; vital statistics.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #8: Feb. 19, 1944

Page 1: Interior department takes WRA; aid offered dependents; soap-box quarterbacks said jeopardizing future of Nisei; Nisei produce food for Army; new Nisei arts council of N.Y. denounces Japanese facism; film will not attack Nisei; bond purchase shows gain.

Page 2: With the Churches; last rites; wounded Nisei recuperating; Ford plantation offer withdrawn; complete staff of school annual; Catholics mark Ash Wednesday; crafts exhibit attracts 2500; Nisei awarded scholarship; center inspected.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; The Social World; visiting Denver Bears honored at many dances; CA volunteers remodel Haven; engagements; Parade.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; Other Editors are Saying; This Weeks' Heroes.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; role of comic strips-entertain readers, don't breed hate; Round Up; soap-box quarterbacks cont; aid families cont; 30 Denverites donate blood; Mills is named Poston director; vital statistics; special assembly held by students; funeral.

Page 6: Relocation officer explains closing of Salt Lake area; leaves; visitors; sports; relocation in review; police find game crowds orderly; Todd to address Buddhist groups; movies.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Nakashima new council chairman; here's opportunity to 'find better way of life'; stores show net profit of $11,885; 586 slaughtered hogs produce 115,240 pounds of dressed meat; 400 interviewed by welfare staff; war changes Hawaii custom; internees arrive from Santa Fe; students discuss postwar problem; prep classes elect officers; church leaders to visit center; name and theme for annual picked; cattle arrive from Granada; volunteer fire unit organized; acting project attorney here; trio accompanies patients to coast; keiro-kai fete slated tonight.

Defending Japanese Americans.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #9: Feb. 26, 1944

Page 1: Editorial; no rules prohibit Nisei from any service branch; 'damned good Americans fight little bit more than others'; baseball pitching aids Nisei in house-to-house fighting; Mikami waits 6 months but is taken by women's corps.

Page 2: With the Churches; draftees leave for physicals; last rites; weddings; Nisei girls in relocation centers urged to join WAC; 16 families live in 4 dormitories; Bussei to hold combined meeting; vital statistics; baseball cont; elect officers; weddings; classified ads; board elects Ritchie chairman.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; block 6 sponsors 'turnabout hop'; wedding; Bussei to feature queen contest; Gremlins to hold 2nd jamboree hop; revised schedule for musical series; Parade; joint dance theme 'moonlight mood'; Chattonoogan's dinner success; block 20 cabinet to be installed; six girls' clubs makes rho debut.

Page 4: Editorials; On the Outside; morale reflects many facets in day-to-day life in camp; petition asks business curb.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; rights of Nisei should be restored; Round Up; This Week's Heroes; Bruce Asakawa, 2 1/2, is helping to further public acceptance.

Page 6: Editorial cont; leaves; visitors; letters to the editor; relocation in review; cage schedule; movies; hard to believe?

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: New ruling on seasonal leave announced; war work will open to all evacuees; no shortages of vegetables; 75 register as trainees; Chicago sets pace for cities; hygiene forum set; local farm heads attend conference; hero, first denied 'airing', broadcasts for Ginny Simms; three to leave for family camp; profit realized from bear series; block 22 fire unit organized; Lewis pleads for distinction between 'loyal' and 'disloyal'; back from coast.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #10: March 4, 1944

Page 1: Race baiter makes hasty stage exit to avoid Nisei rebuttal; Best released by Cody court; Jerome center to be closed; Senator slips again on facts; first group of draftees return from physicals; Eberharter to make report; don't be a Nisei Garbo-come out, be known; bill to de-nationalize Nisei defeated by Biddle proposal; alien property issue likely for Colorado's November ballot.

Page 2: With the Churches; first leap year baby born here; exits after speech cont; campus queen to be picked; welfare director to address PTA group; 3000 chicks shipped here; 22 head of cattle butchered to date; nurses training class begins.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; plans for join confab made; USO senior club holds dinner; Cub Scouts attend parent's night; wedding,s engagements; Parade.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; letters to the editor; other editors are saying.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; This Weeks' Heroes; Milwaukee offers many opportunities; Round Up; Nisei are not friendless; 'duty as citizens transcends all personal humiliations'; vital statistics.

Page 6: Don't be a Nisei Garbo cont; leaves; visitors; relocation in review; sanitation found above expectation; movies; head librarian named.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: 2,799 students receive assistance; Erdman's son reported missing; survey shows many residents here reluctant to relocate; draft quotas legal; first honor roll released; USO facilities open to draftees; DAs planning land grab; Digest reports Nisei in Pacific; cast selected for class play; leaders back Nisei rights.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

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