Granada Pioneer V.2 #11-15

Vol. 2 #11: Dec. 4, 1943

Page 1: Amache Christmas seal sale starts next week; farm calls for Oriental seeds; OPA milk supply restriction forces further regulations; schools announce 12-day vacation; Lindley to present BSA awards tonight; Arnold reviews relocation problem with officials.

Page 2: Just Incidentally; editorial; relocation; discuss work of welfare section; extend thanks.

Page 3: Nisei Potpourri; all-important WRA confab; may receive advice and aid; Court of Honor; job opportunities; movies.

Page 4: Y's way; two meetings to conclude Amache Christian mission; advisory board to meet; job offers unlimited for Nisei seamstresses in NY; to report on Denver confab; church services; vital statistics.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Page 7: Lil' Neebo cartoon.

Pages 8-11: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #12: Dec. 8, 1943

Page 1: Advisory board created to aid resettlement; November indefinites hit 126; 49 Nisei to take civil service test; community leaders set social affair policy; kindling wood will arrive soon; new staff to handle personnel management.

Page 2: Just Incidentally; round-up of Tule rebellers to restore normal activity; Toyama heads cattle feeding; need talents for New Years' show; information on states available; visiting soldiers; relocation.

Page 3: Moore scheduled to deliver talk; movies; income tax returns to be filed by Dec. 15; mah-jong fans to meet; Boy Scout award night successful; advisory board cont; new council body nominations set; distribution of rebates starts; free movie for patrol members.

Page 4: Church services; church news; job opportunities.


Circuit court ruling.

Page 5: Nisei Potpourri; 100 girls pack hospitality house to hear Mrs. Mow; co-op operating statement; store to open.

Page 6: Sports; hospital news.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Y's Way; co-op statement cont; organizations officer facilities to relocatees in Cleveland; Bodine leaves.

Pages 9, 10: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #13: Dec. 11, 1943

Page 1: Universities to accept Nisei students; sub-vouchers sent to Denver; 15 evacuee farmers to survey Kansas agricultural areas; missing typewriters; nine co-op employees violate gate law; to send housing shuffle notices; induction delayed for Nisei WAC.

Page 2: Just Incidentally; editorial; Army depot offers 1000 service rating positions; vital statistics.

Page 3: Nisei Potpourri; 100 workers needed on Ford plantation; initial block talent parade; movies; pass violators cont; induction delayed cont.

Page 4: Heart Mt. asks WRA for conference; new acting committee formed to expedite ARA activities; choir performs before students; church news; silk screen shop receives orders for 52,000 posters; new FFA president elected.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Page 7: My Two Cents; Y's way; adult education November total 1104; two added to school board; transfers; relocation.

Page 8: Lil' Neebo cartoon.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #14: Dec. 15 1943

Page 1: Camp Savage calling; four evacuee seasonal workers released after questioning; six-day confab forms 1944-45 WRA budget; duties of councilman, block manager clarified; special holiday editions set.

Page 2: Just Incidentally; NJ farm offers permanent employment to 100 persons; 'Christmas Carol' slated for review; vital statistics; $58 netted by schools in Red Cross campaign; slaughterhouse lacks workers; wanted.

Page 3: Talent show on tap Saturday; draft-age males must comply with selective service laws; Nisei seamen need permits to sail on East Coast; movies; duties clarified cont; thanks community leaders.

Page 4: Y's way; Kimball arrives to discuss center management matters; twenty WDC permits granted to Japanese Americans in LA; first Niei given right to reenter Seattle area; church services.

Page 5; Nisei Potpourri; Biddle on evacuation; elementary school notes; advise caution to all drivers; job opportunities.

Page 6: Johnnie presents; open letter to W. Ray Johnson; women's society to sell gifts; relocation; mah-jong.

Pages 7, 8: Sports.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Vol. 2 #15: Dec. 18, 1943

Page 1: Recruit social workers for relocation program; Curtis returns to Rohwer center; Camp Savage recruiting team to be here; farm division purchases 900 sacks of potato seeds; counsul schedules periodic check-ups; Terry pays surprise visit to Amache schools.

Page 2: Just Incidentally; comical skit highlights tonight's talent revue; stores to open nites next week; visiting soldiers; Christmas sign adorns high school; relocation.

Page 3: Nisei potpourri; first evacuee Nisei WAC takes oath of service; movies; vital statistics.

Page 4: Illness handicaps hospital staff; Christmas program to be presented; recreation tid-bits; press hop slated; over 70 attend homemaking dance; church services; church news; transfers; job opportunities.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Page 7: Lil' Neebo cartoon.

Pages 8-11: In Japanese.