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YEIGHT LIFTING LEST EI-7D e: TIE Married life does'nt seen to take any stren th out of the muscles as the narried men team, consisting of Ed die Llatsunura, Terao Takahashi and Hatsuo Lurihara tied'tte sine le. iien Georce Shirarioto, Yoshiharu' Ono and Harry lluranara whose teori totaled
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Hall on Oct. 16, with George Shirarioto lift ing 14L lbs. in prone Tress,355 lbs. in dead lift and his total of 1145 lbs nade ne' Pos ton records. Seic' i Shu ri IJano and 3en Yuum and Takeo Yainakawa vcie other lifters partidpa tinr? in the neet. Unit III ei-ht lifting meet will be held on Nov. 6 at 310 stage. Everyone is v;e 1 coned-
Team W L Pet, Bloc.': 44 2 1 i667 Monteos,;- Ba-w 2 1 H-lites 2 1 Luanans 0 3 31ocl: 44 won playoff.
eijute SPORTSIETT'S PHAYER Uinidoka Irrigator Yftenever jou tile plaers lose a Came, stop and think wha-t the Knute Hockne used to tell" his to an before a game. In this battle joes on thru life, Give i.ie but a field that is fair A chance to be equal with all in the strife
strive and to dare, If I r.'.ould win, let it be b-"- the code With head and ny honors held hih And if I should lose, let r.ie stand by the road And cheer as the vin ners r,o by.
UI7IT II 35CFEAT UNIT I PE7G po:ig TAi: Poston XL. talked off with the Wcnon.-' play off tournament held Sunday- afternoon, ober 17, at the 52 Hoc. Hall. Poston. I s team vail pia- the Pos ton III teari within this week.
TRANSPORTATION OFFERED BREACHING MISSION GOERS i
Caiip. II residents w isliinh to hear Dr.S, Stanley Jones on Yed-r nesdayat Gx.xj I and TTursday at C Ill will bo provided with special transportation. They are a sired to iieet at the front of the Clurch 211 at 7:15 p. mi
APPRECIATION To ny friends and the hospital staff, I v.dsh to express sin cere appreciation for the courtesy and kind ness shown to vy wife durin;-' her progress a,t the hospital, T, vemano 215-2-A
NOVEL ITJT NEWS Added to the shelves reccntl- are the following books: inHTOar du- naur'ier; GI1VL HI 0VE2- ALLS-E'len As h ely; CEITNTJNNIAL SIMEH-A1- bert l-;.eall;gt37SH CAME TIEiOUGII- Capf.E V. Rl d:r enbacker nweredonated by Takalco Yagi,New Con cord, Ohio. Einiko Yagi tenp ora-ilj- head librarian an nounces that the librr ry irf.ll be closed or, Friday, Oct. 22
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About This Newspaper
- Poston chronicle, October 20, 1943
- Other Title
- Poston daily chronicle
- Contributor Names
- Library of Congress
- Place of Publication
- Poston, Ariz.
- Created / Published
- Poston, Ariz., October 20, 1943
- Subject Headings
- - Japanese Americans--Arizona--Poston--Newspapers
- - Poston (Ariz.)--Newspapers
- - Yuma County (Ariz.)--Newspapers
- - Japanese Americans
- - Arizona--Poston
- - Arizona--Yuma County
- - United States--Arizona--Yuma--Poston
- - Weekly, Sept. 19-Oct. 23, 1945
- - Vol. 8, no. 8 (Dec. 22, 1942)-v. 27, no. 18 (Oct. 23, 1945).
- - Collected in Japanese camp papers.
- - Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
- - English and Japanese.
- - Published by the War Relocation Authority.
- 10 pages
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- online text
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- Published Poston, Ariz. | War Relocation Authority | 1943-10-20
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