Page 1: 5 killed, 15 wounded in southern France action;442nd Regiment rescues 'Lost Battalion”; 18 men go to Pocatello for induction; 'Nisei in Uniform' pamphlet now at USO office; 20 men called for pre-physical exams; convoy schedule to change; lab technician, beauty operators needed at Sioux.
Two anti-prejudice articles, and one pro-prejudice.
Page 3: Teen-agers; how about it?; weddings and engagements; Myer reviews history of evacuation at Iowa; Hunt gives share to war fund; YMCA official to visit here; relocated; social security fund helps sick resettlers; sewing class schedule changed; high school PTA elects officers; Sunday church activities; Huntville PTA meet slated; Japanese return to Bainbridge Isle current rumor.
Page 4: Sports.
Volume 4 #37: Nov. 18, 1944
Page 1: Manpower commission passes four-point measure; those who fell in line of duty; oak leaf clusters; Thanksgiving Day to be observed on November 23; 442nd rescue of Texans featured over 'Army Hour'; casualty list from French front; wounded veteran of campaign refused service; housing available at Sioux depot.
Page 3: Random Whirlgig; relocated; weddings and engagements; social news; Bodine stresses college education to students; nursery, elementary school children thrilled to see horse for first time; dance planned for Ft. Snelling men; movie schedule; Sunday church activities; vital statistics.
Volume 4 #38: Nov. 25, 1944
Page 1: Killed and wounded in France; relocatees settle in 47 states; new employment procedure for evacuees put into effect; aliens now eligible for Army; memo clarifies C.A. terminations; four persons hurt in farm accident; priorities given in property shipment from West Coast; Congress of Delegates to hold election; council, churches disclose Yule activities, plans; relocation main subject at Seattle minority parlay; four to represent co-op at parlay; many offers in Detroit; Christmas seal drive to start; Episcopal rites held for soldier; two Idaho Nisei killed in France.
Page 2: Editorial; The Readers' Rostrum; aspects of evacuation basis for Post editorial; democracy: how it works; Milwaukee Journal comments on 442nd deed; Hunt volunteer in amphibious forces; first Japanese national returns to Sacramento; Issei writes from Sacramento home concerning return; evader arranged on draft charge; Pfc. First Class Okita administers aid at front.
One article on prejudice, one on West Coast ban.
Page 3: Evacu-ways; relocated; weddings, engagements, social news; high school PTA to meet; Junior Red Cross conducts drive; movie schedule; Nebraskan donates book to library; Sunday church activities.
Page 4: Sports.
Volume 4 #39: Dec. 2, 1944
Page 1: Co-op men go to Gila center for parlay; R. Baldwin says Civil Rights not seriously infringed; President favors release of evacuees from centers; three hurt on French front action; annual Christmas edition planned; minors must file plans with welfare div. on relocation; care of bodies explained to welfare div.; new C.A. supervisor; movie admission increased; 6th war loan drive now on; 3 representatives for Sioux Depot coming; USO lounge now being prepared; 23blocks petition for D.H. contest; three carloads of vegetables sent to other centers; restrictions against mass coast return still in force.
Page 2: The Reader's Rostrum; California Bruin favors return of evacuees to coast; Japanese begins to ease in California; Ogden Standard Examiner writes on evacuee return; anti-Nisei group draws small crowd; Germans fooled by Nisei jargon on telephones; unclaimed checks.
Page 3: Random Whirlgig; weddings, engagements and social news; The 10,000; Movie schedule; relocated.
Page 4: Your co-op; sports.
Volume 4 #40: Dec. 9, 1944
Page 1: Heavy Nisei casualties reported in recent fight; WRA plans 'safe Xmas'; thirty Hunt men to leave for active duty; ban travel Dec. 15-Jan. 8; Dillon Myer sends reply on gym setup; Christmas card, special delivery rates announced; Chicago to be cultural center of Nisei; Lt. Ryan commands rifle unit; marriages must be reported to stats; 17 boy scouts attend conference; no permits needed by aliens on short term leave.
Page 2: Editorial; The Readers' Rostrum; gym need now up to residents.