Rohwer Outpost Volume 7, #1-6

Volume 7 #1: July 4, 1945

Page 1: 5 cars to leave this month; Army takes 6 local boys; Pvt. Iwatsura receives Bronze Star for heroism; Pfc. Ben Kitagawa awarded Bronze Star in Italy.

Page 2: Once Overs; guests; relocation calendar; vital statistics; jobs available at Antioch college.

Page 3: Grape-pickers needed in Lodi; once overs cont; couple wanted for PA home; YBA notes; CA movies; new officer chosen; Texas relocation officer arrives today; Nisei girl chosen valedictorian; former Postonian writes for Tribune; Japanese-Americans relocate in New Orleans.

Page 4: Contact Mr. Hill at relocation office for Texas offers; release more detail on canal closing; Pfc. Kitagawa cont; children's movies; file Rikimaru Bros. claims; summer program for children.

Pages 5-8: In Japanese.

Volume 7 #2: July 7, 1945

Page 1: Special coaches canceled; mess halls 5, 10, 14, 27, 32 to close soon; boys invited to 31 hobby shop; Rev. Sakaue to speak at RFCC; community service for evacuees begun in L.A.

Page 2: Once overs; relocation calendar; guests; movies; Red Cross mail.

Pages 3-6: In Japanese.

Volume 7 #3: July 14, 1945

Page 1: Closing dates for mess halls; new work schedule; art exhibit scheduled; Pfc. Takahashi awarded medal; maternity care for wives and infants of servicemen.

Page 2: Once Overs; leave my peaches alone; girls wanted-volunteers.

Page 3: Takeda offers to meet returnees; RFCC; Buddhists to observe o-bon; notice to YBA members; two unclaimed packages at warehouse; Sunday church services.

Page 4: Red Cross mail; guests; LA first on preference list; vital statistics; relocation calendar; CA movies; children's movie.

Page 5 :Former Rohwerian working for WLB; social news; Takechi works for WRA in Stockton; 442nd contributes to Roosevelt fund; job offers from Calif. received; Capt. George Aki writes to Time; Tule Lake soldier wins prize; veterans petition for wounded Nisei in Spokane.

Page 6: Movies; Takahashi cont; Rohwerian returning to California receive good medical treatment; engineering experiment station offers $1000 scholarships; relocation.

Page 7: Special message from Myer.

Page 8: Project Director Johnson's message; possibility for 7 coach special.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Issues 4 and 5 are not available.

Volume 7 #6: July 21, 1945

Page 1: 7 car special scheduled July 26; Hatanaka on BYU honor roll; Outpost will appear as bulletin; residents will not be allowed outside fence during loading; new hostel opens in Fresno; RFCC to hear Byron Sprague.

Page 2: Guests; relocation calendar; CA movies; carpenters needed; movies.

Pages 3-6: In Japanese.

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