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Rohwar, Arkansas
Nnvamhr.1Br 1944
For the danoitive feet
-of the Center the CA is
offering an evening of
"pleasure for staggottes and
stags on the" spacious floor
of the Auditorium iron
7 i 30 tonight.
Free of charge and ex
perimenta'l, the suooess of
this sooiffl, will de cide
whether any more of the
"same will be hold in the
Everyone is invited to
Eleven flar Department
telegrams informing three
doaths, one missing, t wo
seriously woundod, and fivo
slightly wounded in action
in "Trance botwoon Oct. 29
and Ndv. 3 woro rocoived
by -fcha' "Mse! soldiers
next of kin in the Center.
Pfo. Kb 1 a naka was
reported killed on 'Oct, 29.
Formerly of Lodi, 'his par
entsi Mr. and Mrs. Yoshi
hobu Tanaka, live in 19-12-
In line with high sohoql tradition, the third an
nual Co-ed Contost will bq underway noxt week under
the able sponsorship of the Knights.
With tho entry dcad-
14n an-t- C Lt- OT. oil
hemo rooms'and clubs'will To JCLDCLII. By A I f
bo expooted to sponsor The United States Govero-
candidatos. After elimi- men is now carrying all
U.S. Sending Mai I
nating the candidates to
fivo finalists competing
for the crown, the final
eloction will bo held 'on
eo. 20.
Results will bo with
held by the ballot commit
ijoe until tho special
frowning, assembly.
Climax will be tho Co
ed Ball now boing planned
for Dec. 22 bythe Squiros.
Project Director Ray D,
Johnston recently reoeived
an invitation from Major
'"?aul Rush req uesting his
presenoe at the graduation
exercises-d"f the" Military
Intelligence Language
School at Fort Snelling,
Minn, to take place today.
The graduation parading
will be done at 8t30 a.m.
while the commencement ex
ercises are scheduled for
10 a.m. at.the Field Houso.
Baocalauroato service was
held Sunday morning at the
Field House.
Johnston will- be unable
to attend tho elaborate
affair because of the dis
tance and time required-for
the trip.
prisoner of war and civil
ian internee mail for the
Far East by air free of
charge from the United
States to 'Teheran, Iran.
Front Teheran the mail is
transported across the So
viet Union by the Russians
to Japanese euthoritieo;
The State Dapartmont has
invited the Japanese govern
ment to do tho same with
the Soviet delivering tho
mail to Tehoran. From Iran
the U.S, will take it froo
of charge to the addr osss-
t 1
t,T'V- i
The C e n t q'? Tesideirtr s
will vote today ontte fol
lowing proposed amondment
to the Constitution t Any
.evacuee resident of Rohwer
Relocation Center who has
been rooognizod by a two
thirds murjority of the
Councilnen shall becomo
chiriaxn of tho Community
Council., this aaondnent
had not been passed as an
nounced in the- Wednesday
Fo'rmerly the- Council
chairman has been -olected:
from anpng'the Councilcen.
Form er Linden, Cal.
native Pfc Kinoru V. Yo
shida died at tho French
front on Oct. 31. He is
survived by his father,
Toshio Yoshida of 34-11-A.
Succumbing to wounds on
Oct. 29, Pfc. Uasaru Ta
shina died in action on
French soil. Notification
was received byhis brother,
Frank Masahi Tashima of
14-8-C, f o rmer .Fresnan.
Pvt. Goorge Takahashi
was reported missing in
action on Oct. 29. Mr.
and Mrs. Konji Takahashi,
his paronts w.ho are from
Artosia, reside in 9-1-C.
Pfc. ladayoshi Hashimo
to vras soriousl2r wounded
on Oct. 31, according to"
the. tologram. received by
his parents Mr. and Mrs."
Chutaro Hashimoto of Z-6A.
The Hashimotos are-from Los
Mrs. Chizuko j&rahara
of 39-2-B was notified that
her husband Sgt. Dave Hi
rahara was seriousty wound
ed on Oct. 31. Seattle,
Wash. was their former
home town.
Pvt. No boru Tanihara
sustained wounds on Oct.
20, Mr3. Yaeko Nobusuye of
25-4-D was informed. They
lived in Santa Maria, for-'
pf c Ta da shi Arimura
slightly wounded on Oct.
30, ha3 parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Yotaro Arimura, in
19-6-C. Bofare. tho ttrj?
'thoy lived in Lenoore, CaT
Also slightly wounded
was pfo. Spood M. Hana,,
whoso paronts Jir. and Mrs.
Kiiohi Harada, former Nbr
walk residents, now reside
in 17-11-A.
On Oot. 29 in France
Pfo. Sakai Sugimoto re
ceived slight wounds, according-
to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Yuitsa. Sugi
moto .of 12-5-B. Los An
geles was their homo prior
to the war.
From Palo Yerdes, SSgfc.
Minora Sunida was slightly
isounded on Nov. 3". Jn
jiro Sumida, his father,
lives in 12-1-C

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The Rohwer outpost (Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.), November 18, 1944
Other Title
Rohwer news
Rowher jiho
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark.
Created / Published
Rohwer [i.e. McGehee] Ark., November 18, 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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