The band, led by Koichi Hayashi is comprised of Terry Kumagai, Mas Tomita, Ben Ninomiya, trumpets; Roy Yoshitomi, Henry Suzuki, trombones; Yosh Tomita, George Ogata, Kaoru Kitayama, Thomas Sasaki, saxaphones; Mary Amano, piano; Yoichi Ito, guitar; Joe Owaki, drums. Featured soloist is violinist, Louie Sato, and vocalists, Terry Kumagai and Koichi Hayashi.
Hayashi said the band was looking for girl vocalists and asked girls interested apply to him.
Some of the names submitted are, the Camp Harmony - Bugle, Clarion, Gazette, Whistle, Notes, and Abalone.
Names for the paper may still be submitted at the Publication's office in Camp Headquarters under Area D's north grandstand.
Tom Uyeno of Seattle, who headed the local detachment, reported to headquarters that there is freedom of movement within the camp which runs a mile one way and a mile and a half the other.
There is plenty of space for athletics, he wrote, while accommodations re excellent. Rooms are almost twice as large as those here, and each has at least five windows. Walls are insulated.
Food is served family style with eight to a table, and there is no waiting in line nor limit on quantity, Uyeno pointed out.
Work is now being assigned to all men. The Army is to administer the camp until relocation is completed, Uyeno's letter stated.
The camp is divided into blocks of 64 families, four families to a building. Each block is served by two women's rest rooms, one man's rest room, one mess hall, a recreational hall, laundry room and ironing room.
The hospital staff will give the shots from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Area D; Thursday, Areas B and C; Friday, Area A.
Visiting at the hospital in Area D will be confined to family members.
Of the 640 families in Area A 300 families have already signed up.
Sales of the books will begin Wednesday afternoon for Area B, Thursday for Area C, Friday for D and Saturday for Area A. Coupon books will cost $2.50 each and each family will be allowed to buy as many books as required.
Canteen officials warned that if coupons are detached from the books they will not be accepted.
It was indicated that supplies, temporarily at least, will be limited in quantity due to the government's curtailment of delivery services. The exact date for opening of the canteens has not yet been set.
Service coupons issued to workers will also be accepted.
"Colonists" were applied for recreational work, warden duty, social service work, nursery school work, newspaper work and block managing.
The educational program envisages elementary and high schools by fall, according to the bulletin. Training courses for nursing school teachers and adult education classes will be opened this summer.
A community enterprise section, such as community stores, gardens and theatre to be used for both motion pictures and recreational purposes, has been established for Tulelake colonists.
Frank Tanabe, the News-Letter's Tulelake correspondent, edited the colony's first newspaper on his second day in camp. Headlining the Tulelake paper was a fire in the administration staff apartment, and also the work of the colonists in repairing damage to the lake levees caused by heavy winds.
Three dentists go daily to Area A, two to B, two to C and three to D.
Area D's library, with more than 500 books and magazines donated by the Seattle Public Library and the University Christian Church, will be opened sometime next week, Margaret Echigoshima, educational director, said yesterday.
William Makino will be head librarian with Mrs. Yoshi Hosokawa and Miss Toshiko Baba as assistants.
Old comic books may be donated to the library.
This week noted an important change in the Area C administrative force with Tom Arai taking over the Area directorship. In his absence Area administration had been headed by Teruji Umino. Umino has taken over the office of Personnel Manager and Headquarters Commandant.
Educational classes for the 9-12 year old group in Area C was started last Monday with Mrs. Mary Kozu as head, and will meet from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. daily except Sunday in Mess halls No. 1 and 2. The teaching staff includes Kimiko Okazaki, spelling and penmanship; Thomas Okabe, science and mathematics; Mrs. Mary Kozu, English and composition; Nobutake Iko, geography and history; and Chie Watanabe, music.
Kindergarten classes for the 3-4-5 age group as well as a primary group for the 6-7-8 year old youngsters were organized last week. Two hour classes are held every morning except Sundays in the mess halls.
A movie, first of a series, was shown in Area B last week by Mr. Floyd W. Schmoe.
The Harmonaires will play for the beginners' classes every Monday and Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the recreation hall in Area D. Howard Sakura is in charge of these dance classes.
Go and shogi sessions for all issei men are held daily from 9 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. in the room behind the bakery hall, [end of sentence illegible].
Mrs. Norisado was taken to the Tacoma hospital on May 17, two days after she arrival [sic] here, and was operated on May 20.
She is survived by her son, Tom, and two daughters, Dorothy and Norma.
The body was taken to the Tacoma Cemetery by the Buckley King undertakers, accompanied by Norio Kasai, Makoto Kibe and the family of the deceased.
Otsuya services were conducted by the Rev. T. Machida. Chief Chaplain T. Kobayashi and Area Chaplain Shizuo Yamada arranged the funeral.
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