Newspaper Image 1 of Poston chronicle (Poston, Ariz.), February 5, 1944

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TEMPLE-STORED
SOODS MOVED
All of the property
stored at the Nishi
Hongwanji Temple, 119
!Io Central Avenue in
Los Angeles have been
moved to government
warehouses c the Evacuee
mi persons who iwa
property stored at the
temple are requested
to appear at one of
the three Evacuee pro
perty offices in each
unit to fill out forms
requesting storage or
transporting of their
goods 9 immediately.
WfERTAIN
records of each in
idual be brought up
date at once Ni-
men of military
are reminded also
the important of
eping Seleotive Ser-
ftURDAY;,FB.5.,1944
NOTIFY' PLANNINfijaiVlSION IF
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AllNisel 'Horn o
military k ace iwho ay
not eertjain t thfj
li st 6& c omplet Rnf or j
cal .'SeleotiveSfrviclj H o&
Boards at the!tim clfltilcfi
Property Office report registration ealy in .vaib t Boards notified
ado 1S43 are urgedti tend jpfjall changes of add-
lldlUOr, UU1UUC1 QflU QU IlOSSOPo
dress, of th'eirliMrdS'J.'l'Reponslbility for
to the Relfeo6tibPlffflBuoh1notification rests
ningiDivi8tlDn SfcfchinBlllwithy the individuals
ton.-DoCo fooorating 1pB IjA'msIn who cannot be
Dillon Mytr, miloniMjiapcsted to appear for
Director n 'TSB
While intuctiSflwil
be a -gradual process.
it ie esetentiaZ fcbv
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Mi
order
mduotion physical
nation when his
number appears
will be reported as
delinquent and is lia-
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LUUAL rurULA'UlM UCUKtftdt. SC&jVi'r.ble to severe penaMes
Figures available for
January 29 1944 E from
the housing division
reveal that the cen
ter population on that
date was 23f81I
This includes 7322
in Unit I 2865 in U
nit II, 3502 in Unit
III, and 122 in the
General Hospitals
Indications are that
with the warmer weath
er., there has been an
increase in the number
of relocating resi
dents,, because the
published December sta
tistics showed that
13.838 persons were
JRiVE "ne'ts
$262 IN UN'T
Through the whole
hearted cooperation of
the Community and un
selfish efforts of com
mittee members and stu
dents, Unit III Infan
tile Paralysis Drive
netted a total of $262
75 according to Frank
Dois drive chairmant
Following are the
financial reports $80
from block donations
$15 from junior high
group, $141.75 from
badge sales by Jr
G.AA. girls J and $26
from YBA benefit, dance
living in Poston ey
eluding the ho&fet2.
census c ii
ovided under the
leotive Training and
vipe. Acto
RELEASE OF CONTRABANDS DELAYED
as a crew of men could
be released from the
urgent work the im
pounded articles will
be obtained and shipp
ed to the evacuees
'There' -will 1)6 'a de
lay in the release Of
the contrabands I from
the custody of the Uu
So Marshal due to ahor
tage of manpower
states Ho Wk Schaitt
Kvacuee Property 0ffi-
nnrh?J 25e??2S& "PREVENT (ON
on his return from .&va' r t-
cuee Property Confer "WEEK RATE SET
ence -recently heii-at
San Francisco Calif or,
nia.
nd ACCIDENT
The delay is--caused
due to the fact that
the personal property
of the evacuees relo
cated to new araa must
be shipped to them as-,
soon as possi$L&d., It
is the decision' 6f the
Transportation-, Division
that the household
goods and 'Personal pro
perty of;the relocated
people have the; priori
ty over the transporta
tion of the contraband
articles, v
The Evacuee Eroperty
Office regret's that
there is -this -delay in
obtaining i the contra
bands., but have been
promised that, asssoon
J The week of February
7 12 nas been set as
the 2nd Annual Poston
fRed Cross Accident
Pretention week, ac
cording to the Poston
Red Cross chapter
Specific plans for
the reduction oi ex
istent accidents na
zards were formulated
at the Accident Pre
vention Committee meet
ing held January 13
i attended by represent
atives of administra.
tive and civic depart
ments throughout the
center
Promoting an atmos
phere of Accident Pre-vention-mindedness
a
mong the general pub
lie is asked by the
committee
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About This Newspaper

Title
Poston chronicle (Poston, Ariz.), February 5, 1944
Other Title
Chronicle
Poston daily chronicle
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Poston, Ariz.
Created / Published
Poston, Ariz., February 5, 1944
Subject Headings
-  Japanese Americans--Arizona--Poston--Newspapers
-  Poston (Ariz.)--Newspapers
-  Yuma County (Ariz.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  Arizona--Poston
-  Arizona--Yuma County
-  United States--Arizona--Yuma--Poston
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Weekly, Sept. 19-Oct. 23, 1945
-  Vol. 8, no. 8 (Dec. 22, 1942)-v. 27, no. 18 (Oct. 23, 1945).
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  English and Japanese.
-  Published by the War Relocation Authority.
Medium
9 pages
Call Number/Physical Location
Newspaper
Library of Congress Control Number
sn83025333
Language
English
Japanese
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Reel Numbers
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Description
Poston, Ariz.
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Poston Chronicle. Poston, Ariz., February 5. (Poston, AZ) 5 Feb. 1944. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, www.loc.gov/item/sn83025333/1944-02-05/ed-1/.