Rohwer Outpost Volume 3, #11-15

Volume 3 #11: Aug. 7, 1943

Page 1: Segregation info on baggage, luggage; Camp Shelby's JA soldiers get special training; Tule Lake's new director.

Page 2: Congressmen arrive; relocation calendar; guests; outside employment; co-op; elementary perfect attendance record; found; record hour.

Page 3: Elementary attendance; summer school sign-up; county fair ticket sale; now showing; rabies vaccination given to canines; mess 25 second place winner.

Page 4: Local GR clubs to sponsor first folk dancing night; Club Notes; Dr. Mayberry RFCC speaker; Ondo drills to be nightly; YBA to honor fellow Bussei; Sunday church services.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Editorial; Green Leaves.

Pages 7: ad.

Pages 8-11: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #12: Aug. 11, 1943

Page 1: Baker reports chief likes Rohwer; interview of group two now finished; Japanese American soldier helps 'pioneer' camp; Wisdom to be social analyst; WRA booklet; employment question answered.

Page 2: Outside employment; new instructor to teach Chinese class; guests; departures reach lofty height as 94 relocate; now showing; segregation cont.; embroidery, sewing classes organize; vital statistics; found.

Page 3: Young west coast Chinese ask fair play for loyal Nisei; part-time summer work for boys open; police suggest tagging of dogs; plans for USO in formation; a letter to the editor; progress made on auditorium; Red Cross letters.

Page 4: Club Notes; county fair to show home-grown plants; Buddhists set for obon days; little theater; C.A. sponsors dancing class; RFCC to hear Dr. Dodd; group will study postwar economics.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Volume 3 #13: Aug. 14, 1943

Page 1: O-bon festivities; buyer seeks automobiles; inspection of vehicles at motor pool is essential; notice, repatriates families; Scouts to make 5-day trip.

Page 2: Cartoon; guests; outside employment; relocation calendar; now showing; typing class to be given during summer; co-op; vital statistics.

Page 3: Resettlement in New York; exchange of nationals to take place in India; Red Cross; council asks return of fans; fair tickets go on sale; first court case settled; blocks sanitation to be care for by new set-up.

Page 4: Fair exhibit entries deadline; Reel Thrills; RFCC to hear guest speakers; Rev. Sakaue returns home; CA asks residents to keep field clear; Club Notes; Sunday church services.

Page 5: Public invited to view Red Cross safety films; register now for PTA jobs; center fires at all-time low; library adds best sellers; special obon fete; ashes frozen for two years; schools receive general repairs; notes on malaria mosquitos.

Page 6: Green Leaves; Editorial.

Pages 7, 8: Sports.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #14: Aug. 18, 1943

Page 1: Evacuees must file property reports; housing survey to start soon; Tule Lake transfers expected; blocked life insurance data.

Page 2: Relocation calendar; center girls visit Shelby; outside employment; movie prevues; now showing; welfare aids policy holders; vital statistics.

Page 3: Smoke Signals Exchange; Milwaukee area offers farming opportunities; refunds to be paid by co-op; ice house will handle carload; Portland rites; WAC to recruit 500 JA women.

Page 4: RYMA Engei kai; county fair block entries to be planned; Red Cross films; campsite set for children; crown views o-bon events; little theater; model plane kits on sale; group studies new economics; Club Notes.

Pages 5, 6:Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #15: Aug. 21, 1943

Page 1: Johnson corrects segregation orders; pamphlets; private enterprise must stop says project head; WRA centers will not be closed; Mississippi camping trip fateful for local scouts.

Page 2: Cartoons; guests; outside employment; now showing; relocation calendar; co-op; Boy Scouts cont.; vital statistics.

Page 3: Editorial; Rohwer Red Cross receives more message from Orient; co-op changes matinee hours; farming program a success.

43 to be exchanged.

Page 4: Club Notes; county fair; RYMA to show shibai again; student aid plans advance; RFCC sermon to be made by Rev. Sakaue; education films; Sunday church services.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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