Rohwer Outpost Volume 5, #31-35

Volume 5 #31: Oct. 11, 1944

Page 1: Owens tours west coast; seek Issei, Nisei for munitions depot work; Sioux ordinance depot report made; fire breaks out in MP section; evacuee opens law office in Chicago; Supreme Court to hear Korematsu, Endo cases.

Page 2: Lt. Col. Singles pays tribute to 100th battalion; guests; now showing; relocation calendar; outside employment; Red Cross mail; vital statistics.

Page 3: Once Overs; Koh Murai to begin agricultural classes; Rohwer grieves two deaths; Junior Matron election held; enrollment for adult English; Sioux depot cont.

Page 4 :Sports; once overs cont; how to fight fires.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 5 #32: Oct. 14, 1944

Page 1: Depot jobs; depot investigated; May reports for duty; adult cooking classes to start; change Jerome into POW camp; council minutes.

Page 2: Once overs; now showing; guests; movie prevue; new reading on library shelves; CA notes; relocation calendar; vital statistics.

Page 3: Hit parade dance; RFCC to observe second anniversary; Takeda offers oral services; YBA to hear guest speaker Dr. Griswold; commandos give 'holiday ball'; Miller head of Denver WRA; pamphlet 'facts about Philadelphia' now available; church services.

Page 4: Sports; Sioux depot cont; council report cont.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 5 #33: Oct. 18, 1944

Page 1: Nisei promoted again; Chomori's wife clerk in co-op; Rohwer Crusaders seeking financial help for cause; kitchen of YMCA arrives; youngsters to offer Kabuki.

Page 2: Once Overs; outside employment; nurseries call tots; guests; now showing; Westside PTA to hold first meet; relocation calendar; Red Cross messages.

Page 3: Sioux depot; Dr. Yuasa to conduct local Christian mission; first Chicago Buddhist church; laud Nisei Americanism; Price at relo office.

Page 4: Sports; vital statistics.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 5 #34: Oct. 21, 1944

Page 1: Recreational institute opens; report on ex-U.S. presidents; induction for fifteen more; Seno to speak on Sioux jobs; training for office work; Aiso now U.S. major; com. council.

Page 2: Now showing; guests; movie prevues; relocation calendar; the mail box; Red Cross mail; vital statistics; lost.

Page 3: Sioux depot; Vetrano joins Waves; RFCC plans for tomorrow given; Buddhism to be topic; church services; social notes.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 5 #35: Oct. 25, 1944

Page 1: Citizenship renunciation legislation in operation; co-op to offer 35 mm movies in auditorium; recreational institute; Girl Scouts; high school.

Page 2: Once Overs; guests; now showing; glass co. asks for workers; opening for 25 in mushroom company; Wilmer Kitchen honored with reception; relocation calendar.

Page 3: Baby clinic to be at hospital; Rohwer mission theme; local art work reaches many; pamphlet on NY issued; YMCA board to have fifteen; co-op releases grand total for rebates; renunciation cont; 7 Heart Mountain men at Tooele depot.

Page 4: Sports.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

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