Rohwer Outpost Volume 4, #41-45

Volume 4 #41: May 24, 1944

Page 1: Students offered seasonal work; summer activities; 442nd combat unit donates recreational facilities; 154 seniors receive diplomas.

Page 2: Survey shows industrial cutbacks negligible; guests; now showing; Lane, Peters leave center; CA releases April financial report; Jerome transfer; Saiki heads Chicago YBA; relocation calendar; vital statistics.

Page 3: Club notes; student relocation finds 2500 Nisei in colleges; co-op notes; Shirrell will recruit workers; largest group of seasonal workers reaches Naperville; 28 Rohwer girls to go to Shelby; summr program cont.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #42: May 27, 1944

Page 1: Paper drive starts; foreign property owners to register; lost Issei's body found; Seabrook agent in center again; new office in Savannah.

Page 2: Dr. Cracroft's kindness; guests; coming attraction; now showing; Jerome transfers; co-op notes; vital statistics; Nisei co-ed honored at Downer college.

Page 3: Rev. Hampton guest speaker; local group attend LA conference; two graduates receive William Danforth award; arts & crafts classes begin; political class to meet soon; relocation calendar; church services; salvage drive cont.

Page 4: Sports.

Page 5: Calendar.

Pages 6-9: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #43: May 31, 1944

Page 1: Center clean-up; new cablegram rate given from Far East; agricultural specialist visits camp.

Page 2: Summer activities; guests; 'Summer Breeze' to be edited; now showing; relocation calendar; Boy Scout leaders will meet tonight; vital statistics.

Page 3: Club notes; adult classes to be formed; hostel opens in Des Moines; day camping will start next week; library forms reading club; art classes; new counselor joins social welfare staff; analyst visits; a note of gratitude.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #44: June 3, 1944

Page 1: Center clean-up begins; Jerome movement to start; relocation; new clinic schedule.

Page 2: Nisei's future discussed by Ickes; now showing; guests; movie prevues; relocation calendar; vital statistics.

Page 3: Midwest area wants Japanese; YMCA fetes centennial; gala carnival set for July; Dr. Garrott speaks at RFCC service; Sec. Ickes cont; church services.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #45: June 7, 1944

Page 1: Property head dies; Denson move starts; paper drive; editor of Jiho to visit Denver; ID photos; Nisei artists sought by OWI; Mr. Johnston's welcome message.

Page 2: Summer activities; now showing; guests; adult cooking classes slated; new clinic schedule; relocation calendar; vital statistics; Reimeikai meets.

Page 3: Club notes; overseas service for qualified Nisei given; new books now available at center library; Rohwer High gets 'A' rating; art exhibit held; RFCC will sponsor summer Bible school; New Jersey students donate seeds, games.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

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