Newspaper Image 1 of Communiqué (Denson, Ark.), December 22, 1942

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Dec. 22
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COHiMUNIOUS
Dullerin or
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J.eiorne Relocation Center,
No.20
Penson, Arkansas
O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL
CAROLERS TO SING ON CHRISTMAS' EVE
Forty Christmas carolers
will mate their first ap
pearance today whexr they
sing for the administrative
personnel at 730 p.m. in
the administration dining
hall. On. Christmas eve, the
a oappella chorus Trill sing
at selooted dining halls
throughout. the Center be
ginning at 630 pn. Paul
ine Austin, Center school
iiiusio teacher., will direot
the singers
Soloists .are Dudley Ya
tabe, Dorothy lakii and
-Sam and. George Seno.
San Seno," in charge of
'tho group, has announced
tho following schedule for
Christmas eve
Hospital wonkers-at hos
pital dining hall.
Toys Arrive from 30 States
So that Center ohildren
-may enjoy a more cheerful
Christmas, more than 500
sympathetic Caucasians from
sone '30 states all over
tho country havo donated
gifts as a friendly gesture
in -the true Christmas spirit
Gifts include all kinds
of children's toys, books
and clothing, Uany came
with little messages, each
wishing a joyous Christmas
in the spirit of love and
friendship
An 8-year-old girl .from
Pennsylvania wrote "To a
girl I have never net but
I know -the recoiver of this
gift loves America just as
muoh as I do and I know
you are true to the land
both you, and I love.u
Under the direction of
Block 20 and adminis
trative personnel- at Dining
Hall 28.
Blooks 45, 46 and 58 at
Dining Eall 46.
Blocks 40, 41 and 44 at
Dining Hall 41.
Blooks 51, 42 and 45 at
"Dining Eall 42.
Blooks 29, 30 and 32 at
Dining Eall 29..
Blocks 18, 19 and 20 at
Dining Eall 19.
Blocks 16, 17- and 8 at
Dining Hall 17.
Blooks 5, 6- and 7 at
Dining Eall 7.
Elocks 3, 4 and 9 at
Dining Eall 4.
Blocks 11, 2 and 1 at
Dining Hall 2.
Blocks 15, 14 and 12 at
Dining Hall 14.
the Social Sorvice seotion
and through the help of A me ADDOinted
various girls and a p ii i
I organization?!, tho Mil JC V UC llCdU
the
boys' organizations,
wrapping and tagging .of
the gifts is progressing
rapidly, reported Dr. Jo
s'eph Sasaki
FREIGHT- RULES CLARIFIED.
Eesidents were requested be greatly delayed in reach-
by Orren Lee Hays, Trans
portation and Supply chief,
notto have incoming freight
or express sent to Deraott
but directly to Jerome.
Hays warned that goods
shipped through Dermott may
Outside Work
May Be Had Now
Harried couples inter
ested in permanent domestic
pr light farm work on the
outside are to contact John
L. HoCormiok at the Employ
ment office immediately.
Only those with some ex
perience should apply.
HoCormiok also urged
students interested in the
student relocation program
to make the necessary ar
rangements with him at once
to facilitate matriculation
in the new sohool term.
MESS CREW GETS PAY
Payment of November
wages which had been ten
rporariiy suspended- due to
the shortage of cash will
be issued- to mess workers
today and tomorrow in Din
ing Hall 36;
ing "the Center or it may
never reach tlio intended
reooivor at all.
Until furthor notice,
freight and express re
ceived at the Jerome depot
will be delivered directly
to the apartment.
For COD dolivories, re
ceivers will be notified
by the Jerome depefc by mail.
Freight and COD charges,
together with the notice,
must be presented at tho
Transportation and Supply
office in the west admin
istration building and do
livery will folio?- immedi
ately. Any resident desiring
to send freight from the
Center is asked to contact
the Transportation offioe
first for arrangements.
The appointment of Runo
E. Arne, director of the
graduate sohool and public
welfare administrator at
Louisiana State university
for tho last five years,
as local CcBrnmity Services
directorwas announced yes
terday by Project Director
Paul A. Taylor.
Arne will be in charge
of tho' education, health,
public welfare and commu
nity activities seotions.
Ee will coordinate the work
of those seotions with an
(contlxa-ed on page 2)
MORE CYPSUVl WALL
BOARDS ARRIVE HERE
Delivory of gypsum wall
boards to occupants of A
and F aparbuents has been
resumed again.
Distribution of tho in
sulating material had been
temporarily halted when 25
carloads of tho boards had
to be unloaded immediately,
Guy B. Smith, Public Works
director, said.
Translators Needed Immediately
quaj.ii lea porsons t o
translate plaoo names on
Japanese naps into Hoptura
Jtomaji are needed- by the
Federal government, it was
reported yesterday.
A thorough knowledge of
Japanese characters and the
English languago is a pre
requisite, whilq other nec
essary qualifications are
a oollege degree in en
gineering or journalistic
and pro f e s frionnl background
Those able to qualify
are to see John L. HoCor
miok, Employment head, immediately.

About This Newspaper

Title
Communiqué (Denson, Ark.), December 22, 1942
Other Title
Denson jiho
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Denson, Ark.
Created / Published
Denson, Ark., December 22, 1942
Subject Headings
-  World War, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans--Newspapers
-  Japanese--United States--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans--Arkansas--Denson--Newspapers
-  Denson (Ark.)--Newspapers
-  World War (1939-1945)
-  Japanese
-  Japanese Americans
-  Arkansas--Denson
-  United States
-  1939-1945
-  United States--Arkansas--Denson
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Semiweekly
-  No. 1 (Oct. 23, 1942)-no. 41 (Feb. 26, 1943).
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service and the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  English and Japanese.
-  Denson tribune (DLC)sn 82016475 (OCoLC)9526024
Medium
6 pages
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Japanese
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Denson, Ark.
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