Newspaper Image 1 of The Rohwer outpost (Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.), July 29, 1944

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Vol.V, No, 10 R?hwer -Ar wtnsas ''.TVr ptVtcu.
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Fourth Group L$avesWedn&ckM
Bound jf or the -Camp Hobs-..
inson Rec option. Center
and .active duty on-Aug.- 2
are.'seVentoen-mbrev Center
Sad a zo U.emavt su is
nowtin the. .Cant or o
cruiting Mora ..workers
far tho War Hemp Indus
tries 2
under the auspices of; the
Rohwer -Boy- Scout -troops
90) 91 and 93, aqcordng
to Kaz Ikebasu, assistant
director of 0-A
T Children of .the 6tb to- Axay.j
9th -grades, inox.uflivej-,
will receive,, invitations
which- .must .be -presented
Saturday night; and all
others are asked Q -wait
until Sunday night, which
is open, to thet public, honoring" ind-uotoea will -i same as those in McGehee.
Kouji Arihara, TosHimi XCDWir'F OPFNSi
In order ;to--iint,eTes Dofrei -Curtis U. Fujioka, J
more -toy s.-ip- Joining- the. Toshiaki J. flagio, Susuau Starting -from Aug. 1,
Rohwer "Boy Scouts, two Hasegawa,-Totsuo-Easegawarj articles to be dry cleaned
films, "The Foreign Cox- Koicftfc-R.Hiratav Motohiko, -will be talon ot the Canteen
respondent" and "Table. ,Tn Ha-licsami-S.' I'dhlba; To- "or-Dry goods store,
nisj:" shown today keshi.S,'Kogavia. j.Kkzuo.Tm? -Resident's" 'are requestc 1
and -tomorrow night- at Kamibaya'shi, Toshiaki "F. to rap clothing to bo
the C enter -Auditorium, Kamibavashi. Yoshimi Kawa-- cloaried" in naner and tio-
guchi, "Jim I. Kishiyama, with string. "Nme and ad-Keisah'E.'-Muraacito,
Sabura. dress muitbem tiiebundlo,.
Okimoto and Roy T. Sasaki For articles requiring doat
compose the fourth -Rohwer -hangers enclose your own.
group "tb po rt ta "the" &8anfld garments will -be
returned oh- Tuesdays '.ana
The Portland.. Cleaners
near Jerome which previous
A farewell social spon- ly did business", with the
sored 'jointly by the USO Densoh Co-op will handle
and .the Consiunity council the --services. Prices are
ibllc, honoring" ind-uotoea wtll-i same as those
i t v.
una riims moAoe-snown-boTioia in tho USO hall-nt rlj 7 1 r.
from 8:30 .,pm. 7:30 p:;m. today. .CUiCQtOr UlSltS-r
QTCtD hA(TAl I CJTC -0n he si-te' fee the N.'-BV Viles education
J.yKyi7CW.t.a7.buck privates end their advisor -from the" Washing-
AArNhAACf-6'09' 'speeches; re- ton" TOA office, will be i
flf'VU,S.''i1v3'-J freshnentff Jnd dancin the Center Aug. 7-11..
S,1SLiraSSif ftOlt''IC0KJiFQR BRQK E
rain through-the night Built up from, a single division, then di'stingdshrc1
j The-wind, which Mas at battalion to a full-sized? itself at the"Anzio bead -its
height at abcu$5.p,m.-,. rogimant, "Jopandso Aaeri- head end- has' continued- tL
had an 'estimated velocity Can "doughboys are- back Ur- same sort of fighting far
of 60 miles per-;hourf blow -the line operating against' ther north,
ing.a fewtreos over in the tho'Gdimans'with the aotto For instance, there was
wooded. area. on-.the.west and, od for-brdke-,.w the crap- the- youngstor-out with a
of thO".-.Gener.,. damaging shootors oquiraliBnt-' of bazooka north of Castolli
powerainesfy? jAU'j shoot the works 6r bet. the" na; A. Jorry tank' came a"
Shingles were torn off ,roll according .to the Day- 'long" and the bazooka went
roofs, chimney pipes- .were? ton (Ohio) Journal.-,-- off. The Bcore was one ka-- -knocked
down-in a? fewblocks. v Tlfis is -the 442nd .regi-" yoee tank, with 20 dead-,
and the wind left. torn. awn- ment, -ccmplote .with engi- Geimahs.
ijjgsiin.itawaka-but no noars-Tand'artillery, -which Then there was the out-
heavy damage-was ropcjrtedt.-wa;s.' created by a spociol fit that Lt. Jim Bottfry of'
HEAD OF! OPERATIONS War DaParmel't-rder after Qlinton, Mass.-, took ouf
inni 'nuc'C "CMTCD Se-lftdtlvgSffTTlciiiad ts- into the red-hot action
LVVJlStd JVf:tf,.t:r 1,1:1s fused .Induot .ikierlcahs "around Bolgheri, where the-''
Si:J Uta, chief of the..0f.,-jap.DeseJahcestryj-' enamyput upa blazing"bat
Operations, di.visioij,.;in. The first of these sol- -tiQ to keep ihe doughboyr
WashingtanDi -ft tfarrl v od dier'-in-octiriri-waathe now- froQ taking highway 487
here yesterday and-wUl re- famous J. 00th- battalion, -Three Hawaiians-.sst.Eich.
madtti .Until "Thursday, -to which mado-:theifirst actual "Anazaki, Pvt.'Toshio (Hnr
look ovoc 'agriculture-and contaot? ith thr-nomyvln -py) Saki," and Pvt. Jesse
other "Center operations. 4 Italy as part-' of 4he-34th (Continued on page 4)

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The Rohwer outpost (Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.), July 29, 1944
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., July 29, 1944
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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