Title: Gila News-Courier, Vol. I No. 3, 9/19/1942, (denshopd-i141-00003)
Densho ID: denshopd-i141-00003

Gila News-Courier
Vol. I No. 3
September 19, 1942

Fryer Here as Smith Resigns Director's Job

Women Urged to Work

Colonists Asked to Harvest Arizona Long Staple Cotton

Block Removal Schedule Given

JACL Officials Back Labor Drive

[Page 2]

Sights for Sore Eyes

Hi-Lo Flyers

Gila Tom Tom. Letters to the Editor

[Page 3]

Series 1, No. 2: High School Site: Rivers, Arizona

[Page 4]

Schedule Told for Christians

Guest Speaker

Scout Leaders Hold Meeting

Butte Recruits

Prepaid Fruit Boxes Freshest

Run on G.I. Duds

Drum and Bugle Corp Organized

Amemiya Classes Drawing Crowds

Butte Buddhists Initiate Program

Cotton Rates Call Over Net Work


[Page 5]

Boundary Lines of the Gila Relocation Center

[Page 6]

Merry Go Round

Vital Statistics

Typewriter to Sell?

Fine Arts at Canal Camp Progressing

Camp Bounds Established

Christians to Hear McKnight

Busseis Plan 'Bon' Festival

Benefit Social Slated Tonight

[Page 7]

Smith's Dedication Address Stresses Fair Play to All

Canal Canteen Council

CAS Director Visits Tucson

Shorter Hours for Irrigation

Sign-up for Adult School Continues

Physical Exam for Mess Hall Workers

Property Section Transferred Here

[Page 8]

Chief Steward Harding Makes Public Statement

Plea by Block Residents of #73 (Cont.)

Painting Job Cuts Canal Clinic Hours

Let's Dance!

Jest Borrowed

Tulare Pay Soon

[Page 9]

CAS Staff: Bill Oyama Spears

Horse Shoers Vie in Tourney

Thirty Aspirants Do Weightlifting

Sport Feature: Gila Star Parade

Volley Ball Holds Spot Light on Butte Recreation

Canal Campers Plan Basketball

First Talent Show

[Page 10]

Nine Encounters Scheduled Sunday for Icebreakers

Butte Pugilists Receive Gloves

Sports Roundup

Girls' Volleyballs Commences Tuesday

CAS Equipment Increases Stock

Sport Sightings

Goh and Shogi Club Convenes at Hall 61