Doctors available on a 24-hour call are Suzuki, Koike, Akamatsu and Shigaya, Miss Uno said.
American doctors who aided with the examination were Dr. T.S. McGowan of the Public Health Service and Dr. Magnusson, Pierce County Health Officer.
Takagi also asked persons borrowing eating utensils from the mess halls return them immediately as the latter are running short of such items.
Hereafter, Takagi said, persons carrying food to the sick, etc., must furnish their own plates and cups.
Temporary offices of the News-Letter will be at No. 57, Ninth Ave. Notices will be received also at No. 55, Fourth Ave, c/o Kenji Tani, and at No. 64, Ninth Ave., c/o Dick Takeuchi.
Kaz and Robert Yamasaki, Kay Murakami, Mrs. George Kimur, Shizuko Masuda, Joe Nishi, Mr. Otsuki, Sueko Hasegawa, Mr. Fusa Haramatsu, Keitaro Hatakeyama, Sad and Suke Sumura, K. Ishii, Yuri Uchida and Kazuko Umino.
The tournament was held at the athletic field between Fourth and Fifth Avenue. About 75 boys between the ages of six to ten years old participated.
Arthur Sasaki, athletic officer who directed the tourney, announced that a similar competition will be held tomorrow morning for boys between the ages of 11 through 13.
Sasaki also revealed that a half-hour boxing lesson will be given to 9-10 years old boys by "Chick" Uno from 9 a.m. tomorrow at the athletic field.
Other sports events will be begun just as soon as the proper facilities are ready, Sasaki announced.
Persons may call at the post-office for mail although a regular delivery service is now in operation.
Outsiders writing to friends within the area are asked to designate the Area, the Section and the Apt. number; then "Camp Harmony, Puyallup, Wash."
Money orders are not being accepted for the present, but stamps are being sold Nakamura said.
Cooperation with all sanitation regulations were asked by Sanitation "Sparky" Kono.
Among these are:
Don't expectorate around the area grounds.
Don't drain wastes down the shower room drains.
Don't empty bed pans and baby chamber pots in the shower rooms but do so in the rest rooms.
Supt. -- Robert Turner
Assist. Supt. -- John Hofsteader
Personnel -- Ernie LaForest
Mess and Lodge -- Norman Chapman
Mess and Lodge Assist. -- Clyde Randall
Tools and Equipment -- Hill
Finance -- Otto Snidor
Finance Assist. -- Neil Gregerson
Head Steward -- Del Merril
Foreman of Labor Gang -- Pitcher
Food in Warehouse -- Burham
Timekeeper -- Keyes
Chief of Police -- Bob Forrest
Assit. Chief of Police -- Clay
Section 3 -- Andy Morimoto has taken the place of Johnson Shimizu as leader and today said an office will soon be established in Apt. 1.
Section 4 -- Leader Mac Kaneko asks that anyone in the area who wished to help care for babies under two years old inquire at 4-29. A trained pediatrician is in charge, Kaneko said.
Section 5 -- Leader Tatsumi Goto asked that people be in their quarters by the 9 p.m. curfew hour. He urged discontinuance of taking showers after the curfew hour.
Section 6 -- This proved to be the busiest section yesterday as 39 Alaskans checked in. This raises the total of Alaska Japanese in the area to 104, Section Leader Mike Hagiwara reported.
Hagiwara asked that persons refrain from hoarding wood as ample supplies will be delivered regularly. He also urged that a "quiet hour" be observed between 10 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.
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