Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. 3 #21-25

Vol. 3 #21: May 20, 1944

Page 1: Methodists urge full restoration of rights; service flag will carry 382 stars as next group leaves here for induction; soprano wins music award at Rochester; Ministers pass Nisei resolution; four students take honors; acting attorney here for 2 weeks; bond reports due June 15; 900 purple hearts among '100th's' decorations; 220 Red Cross messages received.

Page 2: With the churches; evangelists talks tomorrow at community Christian church.

Page 3: Covering the heartbeat; marriage; local Camp Fire organization takes part in many activities; Starlettes host to 14 youth clubs; Parade.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; Washington News-Letter; Letters to the Editor.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Round Up; resistance to resettlement analyzed; inducted group cont; fence constructed on west side; Tri-Y installation held at Y lounge; Stalley conducts routine roundup; increase in postage stamp sales noted; block 23 to hold installation rites; Red Cross aid assists local unit.

Page 6: Leaves; Girl Scout troop to honor mothers; Hi-Lites sponsor social Saturday; visitors.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: 246 acres of vegetable forage crops planted; 125 segregees given sendoff; sign-up for summer school set; From the Nation's Press; CIO officials to back Nisei; training offered in motor pool; Nisei WAC begins training in Iowa; six new block managers picked; funeral.

More draft evasion.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #22: May 27, 1944

Page 1 : Exclusionists make concessions in debate; 23 leave for entry into Army.

English classes at the camp.

Page 2: With the Churches; 7-year-old boy rescued by mother; Narita will head war loan drive; Heart Mountain is ranked 26th (in fire prevention week.)

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; Scout news; wedding; USO hit by relocation; piano recital set for Y Haven; draftees honored by block 30 YPC; clubs make plans for joint social.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; Washington News-Letter; adult English department includes day, night classes; summer session; vital statistics.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Round Up; resistance to resettlement analyszed, part 2; This Weeks' Heroes; English letters from Issei cont.

Page 6: Inductees leave cont; leaves; visitors; local resident released on bond; outdoor movie marks anniversary; 2 trainees join hospital staff.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Memorial Day services planned; pork production for one year amounts to 224, 434 pounds; high school honor roll is released; From the Nation's Press; relocation officers exchange positions to aid evacuees; soldiers decry race prejudice; open house set next week; Jones predicts return to favor; photo studio opens; 41 high school graduates out on seasonal, indefinite leaves; plan screen for barracks; 534 to attend summer school.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #23: June 3, 1944

Page 1: Methodist bulletin attacks 'Doctor' Lechner; evacuees should return home as war situation merits, director says; local graduate wins top place; 500 to arrive from Jerome; Mineta honored at university; sociologists urge return of Nisei rights; 22,000 evacuees resume their 'normal place.'

The Tule Lake incident results.

Page 2: With the Churches; Vital Statistics; weddings; Todd to head Cody Lions Club; student to assist in church work; former resident barred from school; two new block managers named; Miller promoted to assistant chief; Burnett leaves for West Coast.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; The Social World.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; Washington News-Letter; letters to the editor.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Round Up; prejudice affects all minorities; letters to editor cont; letters to Life magazine.v

Page 6: Race-baiter Lechner cont; leaves; visitors; Rochester area offers family resettlement; accept hostel applications; sign-up for English adult class set; relocation offices in Illinois merged; Sugimoto named to relocation body; parolee gets clearance.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Men,women and children grow victory gardens; From the Nation's Press; Heart Mountain honors war dead at Memorial Day rites; stamp drive begins June 12; 44 will leave for physicals; Booth working Chicago area; home for aged opens Monday; crop planting resumed here; 2 men report for active duty; relocation officer her to interview residents.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #24: June 10, 1944

Page 1: Nisei play notable role in liberating Rome; 500 arrive next week at center; 23 reservists leave center for training; 32 bond drive prizes offered as sales get underway here; Sawmill begins operations; 'Christmas mail' month designated.

More draft-related material.

Page 2: With the Churches; childrens' day party slated; day sewing class opens; personnel food store to open; photographer joins Denver office; welcome planned for church worker; construct garbage disposal pit.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; Nisei WAC; dance to end war fund drive; 'at last' theme of Ginger social; engagements; YPC social set at gym; JB's will honor five inductees.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; Washington News-Letter; Myer explains land position; 61 vocational trainees assigned.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; letters to the editor; Round-Up; This Weeks' Heroes; former residents accompany soldier on Milwaukee trip; predicts lift of coal ban; successful resettlement of evacuees in Kansas City told; Nisei pastor is welcomed; Wyoming college welcomes Nisei.

WWI vet is beaten.

Page 6: Leaves; visitors; Nisei soldiers cont; maritime jobs open to Nisei; Canadian youth seeks pen pals; 23 reservists honored by USO: 1000 attend USO group inaugural; local instructor to receive degree; relocation officers meet in Billings; vital statistics; get burlap sacks; coordinating group to be reorganized.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Thousands of hot caps dot project farm; they aid the nation at war; initial 1944 farm crop is harvested; prep students cultivate 42-acre farm; war plant now enlists Nisei; new regulations announced by WRA for short-term leave; 518 Issei attend English classes.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

Vol. 3 #25: June 17, 1944

Page 1: There's a main headline about the trial of draft evaders and I've put the entire first page up below since it's so unusual for the paper to use such a major headline.

Page 2: With the Churches; local girl attends Wooster college; vacation class for youths set; Chicago has not reached saturation point; training class opens Monday; Utah vocation school is open to Heart Mountain evacuees; hospital ward supervisor quits; nurse returns from California; last rites.

Page 3: Covering the Heartbeat; Parade; bond dance slated tonight; bridge tourney winner; welcome for Densonites will be held tomorrow; Seiro kai members to be installed; parents honor son at farewell dance; local delegates attend confab; community analyst to leave for meet; supervisor named for playground; resettlers request facts be presented.

Page 4: Editorial; On the Outside; Washington News-Letter; Nisei add cosmopolitan air to North Park college campus.

Page 5: One Year Ago This Week; Nisei urged to seek college education; Round-Up; cosmopolitan air cont; cookies sent to Nisei soldiers; vital statistics.

Page 6: Densonites given welcome cont; leaves; visitors; author rapped for racist talk cont; university to accept Nisei; mayor's statement is disappointing to Nisei seamen; hailstorm cont; committee formed to assist resettlers in New York City.

Draft dodging.

Page 1 article continued.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Two groups leave for induction next week; no discrimination in Chicago, reports Gilmore; From the Nation's Press; attorney arrives for position here; Nisei lieutenant says he can never forgive Hitler, Mussoline; harvest 5 tons of vegetables

Draft dodging.

Against Nisei.

Pages 9-14: In Japanese.

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