Rohwer Outpost Volume 4, #16-20

Volume 4 #16: Feb. 26, 1944

Page 1: Jerome to be closed by June; Army specialized training exams to be given; evacuee items form asked.

Page 2: Outside Employment; relocation calendar; now showing; guests; receive more overseas mail; coming prevues; vital statistics.

Page 3: Week-end USO program off; leaders for resettlement in St. Louis to speak to RFCC; tamales to be sold by Y clubs; YBA to elect new cabinet; shorthand class to commence; co-op news; apprentice class for mechanics set; Jerome to close cont; church services.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #17: March 1, 1944

Page 1: Murai, farm authorities to give lectures; new seasonal leave regulations released; Dansho Miyazaki gives Engei-Kai; Red Cross re-elects officers; hospital gets Haan; students may be deferred.

Page 2: Outside employment; guests; now showing; relocation calendar; co-op delegates to convene; new books in library; return empties; vacancies in power sewing machine class; Y clubs to sell tamales this weekend; 1944 world almanac now available; opening job.

Page 3: Now new cut in employment; CA appoints head of clubs; Dr. Gillett will speak at happiness hour tonight; porch roof for school barracks; YMCA receives contribution; Farewell party for Rev. Fukushima; reception planned for agriculturist cont; co-op news; Dr. Gillett to speak; seasonal leave permits cont; Red Cross cont.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #18: March 4, 1944

Page 1: Rohwer USO; defense jobs require filing of personnel information; agricultural problems discussed at 4-day Gila conference; Johnston goes to Washington; demands by Amache Nisei.

Page 2: Outside employment; now showing; guests; Fukuya goes to Michigan; high school PTA holds musicale; bound for Shelby; jobs open; receive more overseas mails; new books here; vital statistics.

Page 3: Final talks by Rev. Fukushima; Kozumi's work; YBA to elect new officers; new Japanese key typewriter; Murai opens farm talks; sewing class will resume sessions; coal deliveries completed soon; Ningyo exhibition today and tomorrow; matrons club; church services; crop production cont.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #19: March 8, 1944

Page 1: Myer speaks on draft; trucks, autos brought here; reports made on housing; ASTP test to be held; fire warnings; appointed heads to take physical.

Page 2: Relocation hits Outpost again; guests; now showing; relocation calendar; book binding jobs to start; outside employment; messages received through Red Cross; lost and found.

Page 3: Vital jobs opened here; center equipment, supply news reported by procurement head; 13 to leave for Crystal City; three types of agronomy will be covered by agriculturist; draft to expatriates; Ford's farm deal postponed; internee here.

Page 4: Rohwer USO entertains soldiers; Rev. Fukishimi goes to Utah; sports; Rohwer girls attend confab; co-op news; cooking class to be started; block 7 fete Hina-Matsuri; housing relations cont.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #20: March 11, 1944

Page 1: 38 draftees pass physical; latest project employment record totals 3119 workers; 1944 Red Cross drive to start; 153 centerites relocate last month; Rohwer USO will honor soldiers; Eastside PTA meets Tuesday.

Page 2: Rohwerites make good; guests; US cadet nurse corps class opens way for two Nisei girls; relocation calendar; examiners come from Washington; movie prevues; now showing; vital statistics.

Page 3: Club notes; Los Angeles temple contract with cemetery expires Mar. 18; Dumas Pastor speaking here; radio program on education; YBA to install new officers tomorrow; overseas mail received again; 3-day woodcarving exhibit on display; co-op notes; church services; lost and found.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

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