Rohwer Outpost Volume 3, #1-5

Volume 3 #1: July 3, 1943

First page of their special July 4th issue.

Page 2: Democracy defined.

Page 3: 4th of July show; reporters from nearby states see local sights; art & handicraft show.

Page 4: Cartoon; class given in salesmanship; guests; construction causes blasts; press cont.; outside employment; court of honor.

Page 5: Schools to observe fourth; mess 26 wins June contest; now showing; new rules on seasonal leave; June report by post office; co-op granted state permit; new assistant for well-manned fire department; lower grades given 'A' rating.

Page 6: Marble champs win; Club Notes; local scouts visit Jerome; YBA to elect new officers; RFCC presents Dr. Griswold; YWCA board meets; Bussei give facts on stored property; church services.

Page 7: Michigan letter indicates friendly attitude toward Nisei; travel hints for evacuees; former queen attendant and 'dukes' relocated; cinema previews.

Page 8: Nursery school program given; Smoke Signals Exchange; baccalaureate for seniors; high school notes.

Pages 9, 10: Sports.

Pages 11-14: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #2: July 7, 1943

Page 1: Job layoff soon; local schools to hold open house for center; shoe cards are now available; travel grants' clarification; April checks; 'more needed' MIS.

Page 2: Camp Shelby to invite local girls again; Spanish counsel visits center; Guests; tax payers on RUML plan now; relocation calendar; outside employment; book reviewers meet tomorrow; Nisei soldier trains in California; vital statistics; recruit men cont.; Red Cross to convene today.

Page 3: Students get certificates; Exhibits success; now showing; craft exhibit wins high praise; first Nisei to join WAC; St. Louis Dispatch prints evacuees on relocation; salesmanship class begins.

Page 4: Howell to give leadership training; YBA chooses new leaders; Club Notes; pupils visit summer camps; 'Y' clubs plan campfire meet; former group members paged; gala 'fourth'.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #3: July 10, 1943

Page 1: Malaria: Control by new expert; cost clarified; checks need signatures; new offices in relocation; farm produce reach peak; defense schools for Nisei.

Page 2: Open house draws crowd; mystery in P.S. hall 29 solved; guests; outside employment; relocation calendar; mess workers to be cut down; defense schools cont.; vital statistics.

Page 3: Class begins in shorthand; community welfare to move into new office; evacuees aided by CIO union; movies shown in classroom; landscape crew given high praises for their labor; mail order office movies; now showing; Camp Shelby invites girls.

Page 4: Sunday church services; former YWBA president speaks; RFCC to hear educator; Club Notes; trust formed for C.A. fund; program set by Red Cross; C.A. acknowledges use of projector.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Cartoon; editorial; Green Leaves.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #4: July 14, 1943

Page 1: Martin will review claims; M.I.S. team in center; Chief Clayton reminds evacuees of radio ban; compensatory leaves denied in WRA ruling; ice house to be ready soon.

Page 2: Medical school leader again visits Rohwer; Guests; movie previews; outside employment; relocation calendar; vital statistics; 'future of Nisei's depend on faith'; reviewers club discuss book.

Page 3: Office gives latest report on relocation; center cannery plant under construction; now playing; dental clinic reveals new time schedules; numerous Nisei graduate M.I.S.; sanitary tests given to hogs; opportunities in Mid-west.

Page 4: Obon fete set; Club Notes; model plane kits on sale; Red Cross issues first aid kits; C.A. announces stage locale; senior PTA to plan graduation social; Cupid's success revealed at party; YMBC board meet; bridge tilt; profit reported by Girl Scouts.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #5: July 17, 1943

Page 1: Segregation to be undertaken; Mural by two Rohwer lads gains honor; travel grants; recruiting men leave center; reduction of workers; worker injured.

Page 2: Rohwer High's seniors to have full activity weeks; Guests; Americanism class resumed; grammar school PTA for west side meet; educators at center meet; relocation calendar; singspiration in Japanese; outside employment.

Page 3: Chief Hatchett volunteers into Navy; auditorium to be soon completed for high school; now showing; help tin can salvage drive; malaria danger in project is limited; Outpost suffers again; defense jobs are available; Dr. Viles finds schools good; resident attends YMCA conference.

Page 4: Obon plans progress; Club Notes; YP to hold open forum; plane builders to meet; church schedule.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Cartoon; editorial; Smoke Signals Exchange.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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