Rohwer Outpost Volume 2, #31-35

Volume 2 #31: April 17, 1943

Page 1: Accrued time clarified; clothing to be on sale; obtain photos for leaves in near future; relocation series starts; application for compensation.


Page 2: 300 honor volunteers; job openings; public health is excellent; guests; further job opportunities; Girl Reserves council meets; Starlight; relocation calendar; Scouts form committee.

Page 3: Shoe store; now showing; resident views farming opportunities in Michigan; Kessler here to aid aliens; messages sent via Red Cross; new rates for beauty shop; vital statistics; Japanese food orders stopped (things are out of stock); west side elementary school PTA holds meeting.

Page 4: YMCA members meet with southern region officials; Club Notes; Catholic mass schedule given; Palm Sunday services listed; club council plans for center carnival; Sunday church services.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Cartoon; Smoke Signals.

Editorial reply to DeWitt.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #32: April 21, 1943

Page 1: Clinic for lame held; NMU opens union; Sante Fe RR offers work; federal jobs interviews; Jerome lawyer aids residents; Ickes supports JA.

Page 2: Firm wants timber men; beet workers are needed; relocation calendar; guests; further job opportunities; Engei Kai ends five-day stand; job openings; forum on family; vital statistics; relocation chosen as panel subject.

Page 3: Scouts Court of Honor; hostel system explained; now showing; co-op to take coupons only; Army teachers sought; six mothers needed for trip; relocation gets responses.

Page 4: Social workers discuss WRA centers in St. Louis; twin centers plans meeting; Club Notes; choir fetes Easter event; Brownies sponsor sweet potato bake; vocational education has strong emphasis; Rankin opposes WRA relocation; pennants to decorate SCA.

Page 5: 17 relocated Nisei in Michigan are 'successes'; Rower lad gains honor; Postmarked; snake bite rules.

Page 6: San Juan asparagus crop threatened by cost; Sidelights; Densoneers thrill many; Caucasian quarters near completion; snake bites cont.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Cartoon, editorial; Smoke Signals.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #33: April 24, 1943

Page 1: Toyland for children to open; Ward's new branch; canteen notice; registration for 18 year olds; co-op handles sports orders; payments to be given Thursday; HR 2011 gets group backing.

Page 2: Cartoon; guests; job offers increase; relocation calendar; date on forums on family changes; HR 2011 cont.

Page 3: MM Rens to head library; officers for elementary PTA elected; new canteen data issued; now showing; first harvest of farm crop; Scouts plan court of honor; new clothing, shoes arrive; clubs plan on huge carnival; vital statistics; tomato plant distribution.

Page 4: Easter sunrise service to be held; Club Notes; YBA speakers from Jerome; concert for music week; YWCA board will meet; church services.

Page 5: Smoke Signals; on Caucasian bond sales; newly graduated seniors record high placement in center jobs; new class for Scout leaders; beet workers still wanted; Eagle Scout award given; credit allowed on wool yarn.

Page 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #34: April 28, 1943

Page 1: Ration books; first personal property load has arrived; payment schedule; soldiers may visit coast; conditions analyzed in survey of Chicago area; speakers talk on relocation.

Page 2: Children's haven opens with official ceremony; guests; relocation calendar; job openings; Cub Pack 90 camps out; work offers keep apace; vital statistics; Spanish classes for intermediates; carnival plans.

Page 3: Items added to canteen; now showing; 'Rohwer Follies' to feature talent show; all co-op stores will close for inventory; labor contract group formed; meeting for child group; call for notes on relocation; local Scout leaders attend regional conference; sewing class photos ready; executive to interview girls.

Page 4: Local church confab slated; RFCC Easter services held; Club Notes; YWCA plays Mother's Day; center observes national music week; Sunday school teachers meet; wood carver retires as instructor; Rohwer High installation; Red Cross instructors may renew certificates.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Smoke Signals; editorial; cartoon.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #35: May 1, 1943

Page 1: Program for music week; election results; civil service examinations; 100 Rohwer girls leave for two-day Camp Shelby visit; licenses may be reinstated.

Page 2: Starlights; relocation calendar; Club Notes; Scouts to show snake-bite care; Shelby bound cont.; block 3 to be locale of sewing class; election cont.

Page 3: Toyland will change hours; now showing; beet field wages should be higher this year; mess 34 wins third award; vital statistics; departees will need photos; skilled jobs included in Chicago job offers; art contest deadline nears.

Page 4: Missionary to discuss Far Eastern conditions; Club Notes; varied talks listed by Christian group; basic training for Scouters; SS schedule for Buddhists; noted lady plans visit; Hunter speaks on 'just peace'; church schedule.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Cartoon; editorial; Smoke Signals.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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