Rohwer Outpost Volume 4, #31-35

Volume 4 #31: April 19, 1944

Page 1: Tule Laker's Information; correct details for Friday pre-induction; property stored at Higashi Hongwanji must be removed.

Page 2: It Seems to Me; resort jobs to open soon; guests; now showing; relocation calendar; Boston Nisei tea party; lost & found.

Page 3: Cleveland relocatees satisfied; Social Security benefits for outgoing residents; co-op notes; Takeda talks on news; new operator added to staff; vital statistics.

Page 4: Agriculturalist leaves center; club notes; block 41 picnic; It Seems to Me cont; a note from ACLU; Rev. Hayashima now recognized; vital statistics.

Pages 5, 6: Sports.

Pages 7-11: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #32: April 22, 1944

Page 1: Inductees join Army; segregation details; enlisted reserves may go to Tule; third group of boys leave for ex; draftees at Tule Lake take physical; segregees goods to be diverted; 'lil' tornado hits center.

Page 2: A statement by Sedy of Interior; now showing; guests; next week; relcoation calendar; Seabrook offer still open; vital statistics.

Page 3: Housing adjustment problems; Rohwer High annual carnival grosses $1701.60; Rohwer YWCA board to meet; Dr. Garrott to speak at RFCC; Rev. Hayashima to speak; co-op notes; Sedy message cont.; church services.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #33: April 26, 1944

Page 1: Registration for segregees; delay for some leave clearance dockets; Tule Lakes to be paid wage clothing grants; Army calls fifth Nisei; block leaders election held; unvaccinated household pets to be prohibited in center.

Page 2: Sedy of Interior cont from last issue; Moody back from Washington; guests; mess menus to be posted; now showing; Red Cross Japanese mail; 10 lesson Red Cross course to start; relocation; lost & found.

Page 3: Housing rep. not coming; finance corporation set up for relocating evacuees; co-op notes; prop. notes; Jerome likes Rohwer; vital statistics; Tule Lake interview cont; Sec. Ickes message.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #34: April 29, 1944

Page 1: 2500 Jerome residents to transfer to Rohwer; Bodine, student relocation head will visit here; segregees to be assigned quarters for Tule Lake; aged segregees to get Pullman; all Tule bounds to be processed; 160 Densoneers to come by trucks; Secretary of War clarifies reason of Nisei in enlisted reserves; Buddhists track and field day.

Page 2: Sec. Ickes message cont; classes start in first aid; guests; now showing; coming attractions; Red Cross mail bag; vital statistics; relocation calendar; lost & found.

Page 3: RFFF to commemorate national music week; block managers; high school YPFC newly organized; banquet to be Monday night; Rev. Akahoshi to speak; art exhibit tomorrow; church services; Edgewater beach hotel representative here.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #35: May 3, 1944

Page 1: Baggage to be inspected; high school has open house; 52 pass pre-induction test; civil service examinations; more men go to induction; contrabands for Tule Lake listed.

Page 2: Ickes scores again; now showing; guests; relocation calendar; traveling info. for residents; vital statistics.

Page 3: Announcement made in property stored in Honwanji Temple; pre-induction exam cont; happiness hour; center's notices; more on civil service; junior YBA holds final get-together for Tule bounds; contrabands cont.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

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