Rohwer Outpost Volume 3, #16-20

Volume 3 #16: Aug. 25, 1943

Page 1: Departees; details on baggage; Red Cross letters arrive; recruiting team for WAC to visit center.


Page 2: CIO magazine advocates help to Nisei members; guests; outside employment; co-op; relocation calendar; vital statistics.

Page 3: County Fair.

Page 4: Camping trip highlights include bathing, cooking; Club Notes; post-war study group meets; baggage cont.; Buddhist meeting; Red Cross letters; Lo-a corp will hold meeting; memorial rites; found.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Editorials; Green Leaves.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #17: Aug. 28, 1943

Page 1: Tomatoes are being canned; alteration of travel grant system effected by WRA; confab on pre-school to be held; efficiency program; WAC news.

A body search?

Page 2: Lil Dan'l cartoon; guests; now showing; outside employment; relocation calendar; vital statistics; preview of new films.

Page 3: Washington D.C. area encouraging; night school office has extra pamphlets; graduates may call for senior rings; co-op; mess 28 is popular; co-op releases July reports.

Page 4: Prizes for carnival's big raffle announced; Club Notes; RFCC to be addressed by Chaplain Hudson; pre-school conference features speakers; graduation date for sewing class changed; Sunday church services; engagement.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Green Leaves; editorial; letters to the editor.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #18: Sept. 1, 1943

Page 1: WAC-tomorrow is registration; new amendment affects Japan-educated evacuees; lumber, rope for Tule bound; residents must register to get interviews, jobs; owners must muzzle pets; pre-school conference schedule.

Page 2: Outside employment; now showing; guests; relocation calendar; pre-school conference cont; movie shorts shown by WRA; vital statistics.

Page 3: Construction work completed; 107 residents leave centers; graduation for sewing class; Lodi group holds meeting; cooperation first-mess 11.

Page 4: Fair draws crowd; Club Notes; YBA, school teachers meet; postwar holds final session; raffle prize winners; Girl Scouts go cotton-picking.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 3 #19: Sept. 1, 1943

The same date as issue 18.

Page 1: Segregation group 1 to leave on Sept. 14; Red Cross mail contact with Gripsholm arranged; ration book use taboo; high schools start semester on Monday; Chicago conference for interested; 54 exchanged substitutes to be housed in Rohwer.

Page 2: Lil' Akimoto cartoon; outside employment; guests; co-op; relocation calendar; vital statistics; visit plan by NSRC director; Outpost paper shortage.

Page 3: Camp Shelby combat team; current attraction; second movement in early October; teaching staff suffers losses; vegetable entry winners announced.

Page 4: Financial reports for county fair released; Club Notes; Rev. Unno gives final sermons; student will address RFCC; outdoor movie; ikebana displays set; Rohwer orchestra disbands; Sunday church services.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Green Leaves; editorial; letter to the editor.

Volume 3 : Sept. 4, 1943

Four pages, all in Japanese.

Volume 3 #20: Sept. 8, 1943

Page 1: Preparations made; Gripshold substitutes go to Tule Lake via Rohwer; I.S. declares certain articles contraband; Nisei women eligible for nursing school.

Page 2: Outside employment; relocation calendar; guests; model planes will compete in contest; outside movie; found; vital statistics.

Page 3: Go to Chicago, young man; listed names of exchange ship holdovers released; cotton picking by Girl Scouts; information specialist will make rounds; many Nisei students outstanding; now showing.

Page 4: Farewell program; Club Notes; Buddhist segregees hold get-together; flower exhibit entries win first-place awards; little theater; YWCA board makes financial report.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Editorial; sports; school gets new building.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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