Heart Mountain, Wyoming Sentinel Supplement, Issues 271-290
271. January 23, 1945: Immigration officials to conduct hearings here; sports; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office; cook's helper and stenographer urgently needed; general information.
Returning evacuees ran into some trouble.
272. January 25, 1945: Hostel reservations taken at relocation office; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office.
More trouble for returnees.
274. Feb. 1, 1945: Transportation provided for hospital visitors; residents warned against illegal shooting (hunting); American Friends opens Pasadena hostel; baby cribs wanted by welfare; general information; sports; more job offers received at outside employment office; indiscriminate visitors at high school warned.
275. Feb. 6, 1945: Refunds to be paid by community enterprises; repatriates requested to give change of address; income tax returns must be filed by March 15; WFA will refund subsistence to potato harvesters; job offers received for Japanese entertainers; one notice.
More on the trouble some evacuees had after leaving the camp.
276. Feb. 8, 1945: Sports; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office. (only 1 page long).
277. Feb. 13, 1945: Delegates to Salt Lake conference make statement; sports; recruiting office opened in block 15; general information.
278. Feb. 15, 1945: Director urges residents to attend mass meeting tonight; ten boys leave tomorrow for pre-induction physicals; general information; withholding receipts sent to former employees by Ogden Sugar Company; recruiter seeks men for Utah copper mines; notice; third page in Japanese.
Lesson from an English course.
279. Feb. 20, 1945: USO announces change in program for Snelling servicemen; short-period vocational training course offered; general information; in appreciation; notice; wanted 50 men for railroad work; wanted 30 families for share cropping; general information; more job offers received at outside employment office; page 5 in Japanese.
280. Feb. 22, 1945: Community property law explained by project attorney; Japanese film will be shown to residents next week; one death; last rites; general information; in appreciation; thank you; notice; two pages about employment and related topics.
281. Feb. 27, 1945: Sumitomo depositors asked to contact banking department; agricultural expert here to interview residents; welfare discontinues sewing machine service; 100 railroad workers needed immediately; jobs available at internal employment office; California Growers Institute claims against commission houses; residents asked to contact employers for withholding receipts; general information; last rites; C.E. Trust committee elections will be held Friday.
284. March 8, 1945: Nurses' aides urgently needed at local hospital; sports; workers needed for Mt. Eden nursery; office workers needed by internal employment; general information; 100 men wanted for railroad company.
287. March 20, 1945: Community enterprises to make payments on certificates of indebtedness; potato grower from Pennsylvania here to recruit workers; office workers urgently needed; talent show being planned; general information; page 4 in Japanese.
Another rumor being dealt with.
Another English lesson.
288. March 22, 1945: Plans formulated to move relocation office; relocation outlook of San Francisco area given; movies shown in center must be approved; general information; sports; internal employment office lists jobs; job offer made for 15 women to work in Los Angeles sweater company; evacuee owned insurance company suggested; time schedule revised for payment of certificates of indebtedness; Northern Pacific Railroad needs male workers; more job offers received at outside employment office; sports; unclaimed mail; more job offers received at outside employment office.
290. March 29, 1945: Silver Star ceremony will be held tonight; Chicago WRA officer here to interview evacuees; saw mill employment in Idaho is offered; general information; 35 men needed for work in yards; Japanese owned property for sale near Seattle area; more job offers received at outside employment office; page 5 in Japanese.
Another English lesson.
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