Heart Mountain, Wyoming Sentinel Supplement, Issues 191-210
191. April 25, 1944: Kuroki to spend busy week in center; 28 more to report for physical examinations; entertainment program featured with Japanese film; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office; Detroit civil service jobs open; third page in Japanese.
192. April 27, 1944: Sgt. Kuroiki to speak at mass meeting; housing space to be made for new center arrivals; more job offers received at outside employment office; identification badges to be issued to certain center workers; Boy Scouts to met Sgt. Kuroiki; general information; pages 3 and 4 are in Japanese.
193. May 2, 1944: Information issued for prospective relocatees; seasonal farm offer for men received here; more job offers received at outside employment office; excused absences with pay given to employees on judicial and council commission; general information; last rites; page 3 in Japanese.
194. May 4, 1944: Fort Missoula internment camp to close; re-registration being held at night school; selectees must notify selective service office before leaving center; general information; page 2 in Japanese.
195. May 9, 1944: Representatives of Philadelphia WRA office here; Red Cross information; general information; more seasonal farm offers received; Army processing team to arrive tomorrow; regulations concerning animals approved by community council; page 3 in Japanese.
196. May 11, 1944: Residents must report holdings in foreign countries; twenty-four hour notice needed to process authorization passes; request dedication tunes to be played on Mothers' Day; general information; Army processing team to interview Tule bound residents tomorrow; job offers open for fifty experienced farmers; a death; general information; industees must notify elective service office before leaving center; page 3 in Japanese.
197. May 16, 1944: Eleven enlisted residents called for active duty; 125 residents scheduled to leave for Tule Lake tomorrow; only servicemen and inductees to be admitted to USO socials; services available for aliens; more job offers received at outside employment office; general information; Red Cross information; invitation from Heart Mountain Community Church; page 3 in Japanese.
198. May 18, 1944: Rockford relocation office transferred to Chicago; adult classes meeting in high school will be temporarily discontinued; last rites; seasonal cannery jobs for 200 women received here; instructions announced for campers and hikers; special Red Cross meeting; umemployed urged to register; general information; pages 3 and 4 in Japanese.
199. May 23, 1944: New nurses' aide course to begin; residents planning to relocate to Chicago should contact Gilmore; 25 carpenters needed to construct window screens; hikers requested not to trespass cultivated fields; many job offers open at employment office; outdoor movie to be shown tonight; general information; thank you; more job offers received at outside employment office; regulations released for evacuees on seasonal leave; adult classes resumed in high school building; no smoking regulation to be enforced in theaters; USO hosts and hostesses to re-register; pages 5 and 6 in Japanese.
200. May 25, 1944: Housing adjustments necessary to accomodate Jerome transfers; last rites; Red Cross information; new nurses' aide course to begin; residents planning to relocate to Chicago should contact Gilmore; second page in Japanese.
Person dead at Tule Lake.
201. May 30, 1944: Special back gates to be used by hikers; unfilled seasonal job offers to be withdrawn; foreign bonds and property must be reported; final certificates of indebtedness payments should be made; photographer will be in center every Wednesday; pagoda theater to be closed tonight; Red Cross information; former Mountain View resident dies; invitation; in appreciation; pages 3 and 4 in Japanese.
The Tule Lake shooting with more information.
202. June 1, 1944: University of Michigan Business Manager to recruit labor here; open house scheduled; general information; Red Cross information; second page in Japanese.
203. June 6, 1944: Invasion of Europe begins; 23 enlisted reservists leaving for active duty; Chicago has not reached saturation point for resettlement; telegrams sent to soldiers overseas must include APO number; well baby clinic hours; general information; sports offer; more job offers received at outside employment office; page 4 in Japanese.
204. June 8, 1944: Lost and found department relocation; final certificates of indebtedness to be paid next week; food store for appointed personnel to open; registration to begin for home nursing class; 250 men needed for vital war work in Chicago; to recruit labor for University of Michigan; general information; sports; more job offers received at outside employment office; pages 4 and 5 in Japanese.
205. June 13, 1944: Jerome transfers to arrive; USO schedule announced; obstacles remain for proposed camping trip; green and yellow cards to make apartments reserved for Jerome arrivals; plans complete for war savings stamp drive dance; last rites; international harvester representatives arrive to recruit workers; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office;representatives here to interview prospective workers; notice; thank you; more job offers received at outside employment office; 100 workers needed in Provo area; Red Cross information; more job offers received at outside employment office; page 6 in Japanese.
More legal matters.
206. June 15, 1944: Welcome; some residents may be eligible for old-age and survivor's insurance benefits; children warned of playing with rocks near railroads; cannery workers will leave next Tuesday; sports article; census will be taken June 30; police to handle lost and found articles; general information; page 3 in Japanese.
More legal material.
207. June 20, 1944: Send-off ceremony for inductees; no ice cream to be served in centers July 4; new residents may enter nurses' aide class; hosts and hostesses to hold tea Sunday; former Jerome high school students to meet; general information; changes in movie schedule announced; block 21 resident dies; Utah cannery workers to leave June 24; USO tea canceled; page 4 in Japanese.
More on the trials.
208. June 22, 1944: Elementary school regulations announced; adult education classes open to new arrivals; well-baby clinic to be open Thursdays; alien transferees from Jerome must file change of address forms; evacuees having stored property in Koyasan Betsuin Temple of Los Angeles must contact evacuee property office; send-off ceremony for inductees; general information; service flags distributed by USO block representatives; animal registration tags now available; Jerome transferees reminded to register for employment; general information; page 4 in Japanese.
209. June 27, 1944: New procedure for collecting and reissuing of blankets announced; Red Cross information; seasonal cannery offer received for 140 women here; many jobs open in center; funeral services; last rites; well-baby clinic to open Thursdays; general information; two notices; more job offers received at outside employment office;third page in Japanese.
210. June 29, 1944: Registration for adult education classes to be held; vaccination schedule for babies announced; memorial services; more job offers received at outside employment office; many jobs open in center; general information; third page in Japanese.
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