Facilities, services, and camp administration
Facilities, services, and camp administration
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. V, No. 16 (ddr-densho-156-256)
Article titles: "Few Japanese Workers Available to Alleviate Labor Shortage"; "Japanese Evacuees Include Legionnaires"; "Japanese-Americans are Moved Into New Camp in Arkansas"; "Japanese School Becomes USO Hut"; "Relocated Japanese Play Ball"; "Japanese Evacuees From West Coast at Their New Home Provided by Uncle Sam"; "Japanese Form Chow Line at Arkansas Center"; "Items from Tule Lake."
doc Weekly Press Review No. 24 (ddr-densho-156-336)
Original summary excerpt: There was some reduction in the amount of publicity originating fom the Dies Committee investigation. 444 news articles were received, contrasted with 575 last week. Comparatively few new stories were released by the Committee; most of the clippings received were based on events occurring earlier. While the week saw a decline in news ...
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. VII, No. 7 (ddr-densho-156-296)
Article titles: "Japanese Draws Year's Term as Curfew Violator"; "Korean Says Japs Train 12,000 for West Coast Invasion"; "Two Japanese Enter Guilty Pleas at Bay"; "Speedy Hearing on States Dismissal of Japanese is Sought"; "Plans Scrapped for Industries at Jap Centers"; "Spy System of Japanese Topic"; "Funds Received for Enemy Aliens"; "Letters from the People."
doc Community Analysis Report No. 4: Notes on Japanese Holidays (ddr-densho-156-118)
Report forwarded to WRA staff members by Dillon S. Myer.
doc Weekly Press Review No. 14 (ddr-densho-156-326)
Original summary excerpt: Given major attention were the arrival in Washington, D.C. of six evacuees from Poston to work for Secretary Ickes and Sam Dice, former outfielder of the Washington Senators; and Lieut. Gen. DeWitt's testimony about Japanese-Americans before a House naval affairs subcommittee.
doc Weekly Press Review No. 12 (ddr-densho-156-324)
Original summary excerpt: From WRA's point of view, most important news event of the period was Secretary Stimson's announcement of March 25 that more than 1,000 men of Japanese ancestry had volunteered. Although both major wire services picked this up, only nine papers printed their dispatches.
doc Weekly Press Review No. 49 (ddr-densho-156-362)
Original summary excerpts: Reports of new developments were at a low ebb this week. References to WRA and the evacuees were largely expressions of opinion from editors, columnists, and the public, only a fair percentage of which were favorable. WRA "coddling" was particularly criticized and blamed as the basis for Japan's refusal to negotiate regarding further ...
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. III, No. 9 (ddr-densho-156-210)
Article titles: "Japanese Make Ready to Move"; "Enlisted Men to Study Japanese"; "School Board Debates Status of Japanese Ex-Employees"; "Labor from WRA Project"; "Letters to Editors"; "Arthur Gaylor Column"; "Evacuated Japs Ruled Not Electors"; "Japanese Girl Charges U.S. Holds Her Illegally"; "A Japanese Writes Us a Letter"; "14 Arrested for Aiding Nazi Saboteurs, Face Treason Trial."
doc Weekly Press Review No. 15 (ddr-densho-156-327)
Original summary excerpt: WRA and Japanese-American matters received more press attention this week than in any previous week since the inauguration of the "Press Review". Primarily responsible for the increase in volune was the heavy use throughout the nation of wire service dispatches on General DeWitt's testimony before a House Naval Affairs Subcommittee and the employment ...
doc Information Roundup Vol. IV, No. 4 (ddr-densho-156-374)
Section titles: "Harvest Recruits Reach New High"; "Vegetable Shipments From Tule Increase"; "Population: 67,632"; "Central Utah Report"; "From Project Papers."
doc Weekly Press Review No. 51 (ddr-densho-156-363)
Original summary excerpts: Tule Lake was again the high spot of interest this week as the War Department and WRA announced the return of the center to WRA control for the first time since the November disturbances. Criticism of the action was immediately expressed by residents of the Tule Lake area and by West Coast congressmen ...
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. IV, No. 8 (ddr-densho-156-230)
Article titles: "Righting a Wrong"; "Camp Construction Now in Home Stretch"; "Project Director Talks to Cody Club on Japanese Colony"; "Japanese Colony Will be a Cross Section of America"; "Congressman Hero Inspecting Camp Heart Mountain"; "Newsnotes from Manzanar"; "Manzanar from the Inside"; "The Olson Follies--"; "Fruit Men See Big Labor Need"; "Discuss Plans for Farm Labor"; ...
doc Information Digest No. 51 (ddr-densho-156-409)
Section titles: "Elmer Rowalt, Deputy Director, Passes Away"; "Segregation Completed"; "Welfare Section Interviews Thousands at Tule Lake"; "American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Resolutions"; "Departure on Indefinite Leave"; "Employment of Evacuees by Federal Agencies Gaining Favor"; "Project Employment Set-up Revised"; "Personnel Changes"; "Informational Literature for Evacuees to be Distributed"; "Student Relocation Council to be Disolved ...
doc Weekly Press Review No. 27 (ddr-densho-156-339)
Original summary excerpt: There was a reduction in the number of clippings received this week, especially in those reporting on the activity of the Dies Committee, which dropped from 325 received last week to 85. This was owing to the fact that the major part of their investigation had been completed.