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fih. -Vol. I. No, 17- 'Christmas Edition Deo. 2ft, 1942
"Holiday season vaca
tions for evaouee workers
will bo this afternoon
and ..ChriGtnno day,
New Year's day and the fol
lowing Saturday morning.
I Vacations are with pay.
Kay u, Johnston,
Projeot Direotor
r pAyt.
f jT vI fiiHiN I-
Saint Nick Will Deliver
the Goods Tonight
Santa Claus" will start .on his tour of the Center
tonight, at 7 o'olook to present over 3500 Christmas
g$fts to ohildren of 35 years and under, who will be
gathered in their Ife-ss halls for. the blook holiday
programs,- reported George Uyeda, chairman. of the Holi
day oommittee.
The Amerioe Friends Servioe oommittee with the
cooperation of the- JACL
parried ou the program to
give surprise Christmas
presents to ohildren in the
ten rolooation oenters.
With their headquarters in
Philadelphia, .Fe.nn. and
Washington, D.C, respeotr
ively,, the two groups made
oontaots with various orga
nizations and individuals
tnoluding the United Pres
byterians, A1E and the
frfethodists who senttoRoh
(Continued ..on page 2)
Noel Pageant to Highlight
Gala Holiday Festivities
Highlighting the Center Christmas oelebrations will
be. the outdoor program presented by the Holiday oom
mittee at 2:30 p.m. today on the high sohool athletio
field, announced George Uyeda, ohairman.
The Rev. Joseph Fukushima will open the program with
a prayer. Holiday greetings will be extended by Ray .J).
Johnston, Projeot .direotor, and Dr.. J. B. Hunter, bhief
of Community Services.
The entire assembled group will then sing several
oarols led by Hal Noguohi.
Two" speoial Christmas, numbers,-
"Arise, Shine for
Thy Light Is Come" by George
J. Elvery and "It Came' Upon
the Midnight Clear" by
Arthur -Sullivan, will be
sung by the Center ohorus
directed by Leola Parsley.
Nativity," the Noel
pageant to be aoted.out by
12 Osnter dramatists direot
e'd by Mrs. Iferrill Ziegler,
will feature today's out
door holiday show. Against
appropriately simple stage
settings and with soft
musioal 'aooompaniment, the
pageant will depiot the
birth of Christ through
dramatized biblioal selec
tions. v
Readers will be the Rev.
Harper Sakaue and Mrs..
Ziegler, Between the scenes
the ohoral group will sing
..(Continued on page 2)
In order 'to keep
Christmas a merry
residents were oautioned
by Hays Miller, fire pro
tection offioer, to be'
oareful with the" Christmas
Candle flame s end wiring
on the Christmas trees are
especially dangerous fire,

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The Rohwer outpost (Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.), December 24, 1942
Other Title
Rohwer news
Rowher jiho
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Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.
Created / Published
Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark., December 24, 1942
Subject Headings
-  Japanese Americans--Arkansas--McGehee--Newspapers
-  Japanese American newspapers--Arkansas
-  McGehee (Ark.)--Newspapers
-  Desha County (Ark.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese American newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  Arkansas
-  Arkansas--Desha County
-  Arkansas--McGehee
-  United States--Arkansas--Desha--McGehee
-  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 24, 1942)-
-  Ceased in 1945.
-  English section published weekly, July 7-21, 1945.
-  Bound with a preliminary issue dated October 9, 1942 with title: Bulletin.
-  Has supplements.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Rohwer Relocation Center established by the War Relocation Authority for civilians of Japanese ancestry.
-  English section combined with Rohwer relocator after July 21, 1945 issue?
-  Rohwer relocator (DLC)sn 82016476 (OCoLC)9526089
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