Rohwer Outpost Volume 4, #46-50

Volume 4 #46: June 10, 1944

Page 1: Short term leave; educational films to be shown; festival king and queen contest starts; hemp factory wants workers; paper drive; Nisei voters are residents of pre-evacuation states.

Page 2: Japan doesn't want most repatriates, Myer says; guests; now showing; platoon commander Trice writes from Camp Decatur; movie revues; Red Cross mail; warning about taxis overcharging.

Page 3: YBA will hear former prexy; all-center baby show; Rohwer Grs to attend confab; RFCC ministers to attend conferences; cards for sale; library head to leave; day campers sign up; relocation calendar; church services.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #47: June 14, 1944

Page 1: Transfers from Jerome rushed; draft rules given; Rohwer festival week set; hemp recruiter will hold meetings; Denson mothers to wear service stars.

Page 2: Outside employment; now showing; guests; first twin boy and girl born; relocation calendar; correspondence by students requested; vital statistics; co-op news.

Page 3: Club notices; summer activities; new relocation officer of New York area; Heinke here to instruct arts and crafts; Rohwerites now at Camp Shelby; Denson USO to transfer here; Leupp center to close door; Buddhists plan for Bon-odori.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #48: June 17, 1944

Page 1: Employment routine; inductees from Jerome report; Rohwer selectees report for induction; Army calls 27; WRA to supervise new refugee camp.

Page 2: Outside employment; now showing; guests; movie prevues; more Red Cross mail; relocation calendar; vital statistics.

Page 3: Sakasegawa leaves for home; stamp collectors club to have first meeting; free movies; English writing class to open; Rev. Kono to speak at YBA; Tai-kai set for today; RFCC service to be dedicated to Jerome; church services.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #49: June 21, 1944

Page 1: Beware of fire dangers; new summer school; English classes formed throughout the center; final payrolls for inductees; festival week to attract outsiders; practical raffle prizes run from luggage to can.

Page 2:Summer activities; Tule to limit visits; guests; Jerome Grs; now showing; relocation calendar; vital statistics; lost & found.

Page 3: Chicago still open for resettlement; dance steals Sunday night; two new Jerome ministers join local staff; Buffalo area offers jobs; registration for baby show; library names best sellers; Rohwer-Denson to hold meeting; job information list on mess hall; clean-up committee extends appreciation; Boy Scout charter; stamp collectors to have discussion.

Page 4: Editorial; Green Leaves.

Pages 5-6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 4 #50: June 24, 1944

Page 1: Transfer completed; government jobs open; meet Miss Nakaguchi; fifth war loan bond inaugurated by Johnson; Jerome youth found dead (suicide); Rohwer residents sworn into enlisted reserves.

Page 2: Once overs; now showing; guests; movie prevues; relocation calendar; found.

Page 3: Free movies; latest notes on baby shows; S.E.A. plans meeting; new clinic schedule announced; Jerome hostesses invited to USO show; Lt. Kobayashi reported safe; former editor conducts guest column; club notes; govt. jobs cont; lost.

Page 4: Rohwer YBA plan welcome social for transferees; revised RFCC sked to be announced; service for transferees; once overs; church services.

Pages 5, 6:Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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