Title: Gila News-Courier, Vol. II No. 59, 5/18/1943, (denshopd-i141-00095)
Densho ID: denshopd-i141-00095

Gila News-Courier
Vol. II No. 59
May 18, 1943

Dies Committee Probes WRA

Bodine Heads for Rivers

Charlie to Come Tomorrow

Rapid Resettlement Hope Voiced by Director Myer. 10,000 Already Relocated; Goal Set at 75% Relocation

Procedure Simplified

Charter Up for Approval

Inspector to Test Schools

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Editorial: Army Has Say-So

WR Center: Trade Winds

[Page 3]

Coming - Going

Nisei Civilians Work for Army

Unavailables Now Available

Teacher Finds High Type of Courage in Evacuees

Captain Korn Called to Duty

Resettlers: Request for Transportation

Outside Jobs

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Shoes Issued on Need Basis Not Necessarily Limited

18 Families to Join Internees

Tuttle Becomes Deputy Clerk

Vital Statistics

Myer Estimates 75% Relocation; Rest, Segregation (Cont.)

Poultry Farm is Expecting

117 Apply for NYA Training

Summer School Plans Complete

Oishi to Speak for Rotary Club

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Deltans Win 6-4. Smash 27 Tigers

All-Stars, Victors

Volleyball League Opening Tomorrow

Sumoist Practice Dates Announced

Baseball Summaries: Pasadena Downs Block 66. Reds Triump [Triumph] Over Lompoc. Hinodes Shows Slipping Signs

Five Pitchers Have Hard Day. Giants Out-Slug Firemen 18-11

Kasai's Boys Trim Glendale Nine 9-8

Men's Softball Very Successful

Tickets to Go On Sale Wednesday

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My Pesty Fly

I Remember

What Price Beauty?

Daily Office Monologue

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Japanese Language Section

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Japanese Language Section