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mnnsFER dates released
SohcSule of the general transfer riovenents frca this project to the Rchwer, Granada,
QiZjx and Heart llcuntain Relocation centers was released today.
The consolidated sahedulo of train trips follpws:
FROM TI1E OF ILPARTPRE TO JIIE OF ARRIVAL NUMBER OF F3R30K3
JeroK June 12, 8 a.n. Esart Fountain Juno 14, 7t00 p.n 500
Jororw Juns IS, 9 a.m. Gila River June 15, 3:00 p.ta. 500
JcroEO 0 Juno 17, 1 nR.- Granada June 18; 6:00 p.n. 500
Jaruao June 18, 9 ar. Gila River June 20, 3:00 u.n. 500
Jorosie June 20, 9 an. Gila Hivr Juno 22, SjGO p.m. 50O
Jererru June 23, 9 ara Gila Rivor Juno 25, 300 p.m. 500
COflSOUCVTCD 5CCDUIS 0? ZiOTQR. TRIPS TO R0H7ER
Jei'onjo June 14, 3 pn Rohwer Center June 14, 4:30 pn. 250
Jorcroe Juno. 15, 3 p.m Kohwer Canter Juno 15, 4:30 p.m. 250
Jar new June '16, 3 ptm Rclwor Cantor June 16, 4:30 n.c. 250
Jerune June 19, 3 pin. Rchwar Cantor Juno 19, 4:30 p.m. 250
Jerono June 21, 5 p.n. Rohwer Center Juno 21, 4:30 p. a, 250
Jarnso June 22, 3 p.n. Rohaur Center June 22, 4:30 p.n. 250
Jcrvsvj- Juno 24, 3 n.rc. Robwsr Center June 24, 4:30 p.n. 250
Jcrone Juno 26, 3 p.yi. "Rchwer Contor June 26, 4:30 p.m. 250
JercQQ June 27, 3 pn Rohwor Canter June 27, 4:30 nn. 250
Jerao Juno 28, 3 p.m. Rehwer Contor June 28, 4:30 pm. 250
TENJAIIVE TRANSfER STEPS
t" broakdown reveals that there Tri.ll ho
one trnl trip each to Heart Uountain and
Granada, four train nov&ments to Gila River.
an5 lb muter trips to Rohwor.
Meanwhile, pr toes sing" of tho preference
roquostsr Fern ViRA-331 (Furaily Prefenuno
Request for Contcr Transfer) is currently
hwing fti van deep consideration and 3tuiy.
Tentative transfer procedure follows':
1. TAESFER KOTICDS After "processing"
of to. prefer enco statements, vaoh individ
ual or ffiT&ily head, as the or.se nay bowill
he notified of his or thair Contor of des
tination and -fch3 tins of the sohcduled de
parture fror.i tliis Project.
2. HOUSIUG ABRAl:5i3iSi!TS Tho Centers of
destination are oxpooted tc send rcprosont
ativea to tho JoroB3 Project bofore the
aotual transfers, havo -starts and the trans
ferees will be notified of the quarturs as
signed to then in the Center of destination
3. iACRTHG AHD CRATIEG Undr 'the dirocr
Hon of a RA professional supervisor, is
locally trained uvaouoo creu will undertake,
the packing and orating, where needed.
4. TRAKSPORT.YTCOh TO HAILrGADArrange
sents will be nade whereby trucks and other
TshifiPf will pjok up the transforees froa
thoir harraoka location rdth their hand
laG&fljb ind transport thtaata the railhead.
6. SRinil Upoq. arrival at the rail
head. IWw persons to ontrain Trill be in
atrucd to 56 to ihi car soar the standard
orytsj ths plao&rd with the letter of the
oar (AB, otc) in -shioh they ere tc ride.
6. ROLL CAlJr-Aftar thapvaoueos are soat
oi in tho oars, the oar monitor together
vden tho reore3bntative of the escort eoo
usfifor 'ffill make a head chaok and noao
ohook of the Gvr.ouce3 seated in that oar.
7. TR3UCH BAGG-'S-tansferees are adrised
to aarry with then, as hand baggage and
shecknble bagcags, sufficient clothing and
nsoessnry housohold and personal effects to
nsdntaiii then for 3Q to 60 days in view of
transportation and other' administrative
difficulties that vdll necessarily be in
volved in transporting their property sep
arately. Limit hnnd baggage to necessities
8. TR3IGRT SHI52STS All furniture and
other property cf the transferees in their
barracks aportnsnts or stored in th9 Jercno
Conter warehouses will bo orated and trans
ported to .the Center of destination upon
presentation of request (Fora ?i"RA-155) by
the transferees to the Project Director or
his designated representatives.
TRAIN, MOTOR MOVEMENTS
9. TRAIN UOVSIENTS Under proper escort
eaoh train vdH include coaches, diner oars,
kitchen oars, baggage oars, evacuee Pull
rains, tjsocrt tourist sleopers and railway
10. ZVZQVnZ TRAIT! 7iORK5RS They are for
Coaohes: One train nonitor, nine coaoh cap
tains, nine oar nothors, into KaP. super
visors, 12 kitchen polioo, two haad waiters
and 12 waiters or waitresae's and for Pull
mans: Two cooks and six 000k helpers tc
11. SJOIGR CONVOYSSaah of the 10 motor
oonvoys to Rohwor will be omposed of pas
ionger trunks, passenger cers, anbulanoe,
trucks -for baggage and household goods,
wreckage and tow truck and escort vehicles.
12. CUKTERS 0? EestlllATIOK Their part
ia tho transfer operations include housing
assignments for the Jercne-transfereas,
arrangement for induction and enplisyoont
of transferees and receipt of their freight
and baggago nnd also providing riders for
the train and jootcr movements
13 PAY AM) CLOTHUKx ALLOVASCES-Aocrued
work pay and clothing allowances will be
sent to the transferees at their new ad-
drosses in the Center of destination.
COOPERATION OF ALL 13 E3SEHTIAL.
About This Newspaper
- Denson tribune (Denson, Ark.), April 25, 1944
- Other Title
- Denson jiho
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- Library of Congress
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- Denson, Ark.
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- Denson, Ark., April 25, 1944
- Subject Headings
- - World War, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans--Newspapers
- - Japanese--United States--Newspapers
- - Japanese Americans--Arkansas--Denson--Newspapers
- - Denson (Ark.)--Newspapers
- - Drew County (Ark.)--Newspapers
- - World War (1939-1945)
- - Japanese
- - Japanese Americans
- - Arkansas--Drew County
- - Arkansas--Denson
- - United States
- - 1939-1945
- - United States--Arkansas--Drew--Denson
- - Semiweekly
- - Vol. I, no. 1 (March 2, 1943)-vol. II, no. 45 (June 6, 1944).
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