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  • Tags: Minority Groups
To the editor: I just read Capt. Lettunich's letter carried in your Readers Referendum June 19. Apparently the captain either has not been associated with the American-Japanese he speaks of, or his association has been so close that he has allowed it…

Date: 1945-07-13
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 3
Type: NEWS

San Francisco (Special) - . . . [Quoting Charles F. Miller, Supervisor, Northern California area of the War Relocation Authority]:"All major problems incidental to resettling evacuated people of Japanese ancestry in this area have been solved or are…

Date: 1946-02-06
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 5
Type: NEWS

SAN FRANCISCO - War Relocation authority, the war-time guardian of over 100,000 alien and native-born Japanese-Americans, is planning to go out of business not later than Jan. 2, 1946, says W.R. Cozzens, WRA's deputy director in charge of its western…

Date: 1945-06-05
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 3
Type: NEWS

BulletinWashington (UP) - Director Dillon S. Myer of the War Relocation Authority said Wednesday his agency is without authority to intern American citizens of Japanese ancestry for more than brief periods unless they are charged with being disloyal…

Date: 1943-07-07
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 1
Type: NEWS

LOS ANGELES (UP) -Director Dillon S. Myer of the War Relocation authority Tuesday credited battle heroism of Japanese-Americans serving in the U.S. army with softening the opposition to their return to the Pacific coast.Myer, speaking at an…

Date: 1944-10-03
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 3
Type: NEWS

Only the possibility of serious harm to the nation could justify the compulsory uprooting of the thousands of American-born Japanese who are to be removed by the army from Pacific coast areas in which sabotage or aid to the enemy might be disastrous.…

Date: 1942-03-05
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 5
Type: NEWS

(From San Francisco Chronicle)Dillon Myer, director of the War Relocation authority, says Japanese-American evacuees from the west coast should be permitted to return to their homes as soon as the military situation warrants. We believe Director Myer…

Date: 1944-05-27
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 6
Type: NEWS

Because hundreds of Japanese, both alien and American-born, resided in the Pajaro valley before their exclusion last spring on orders of the army, local residents will watch with interest the progress of measures now before the state legislature…

Date: 1943-01-13
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 4
Type: NEWS

(Editor's note: Itsumi Oita, co-winner of the American Legion Armistice Day oratorical contest, was invited to contribute a guest editorial this week and to express the feelings of the Americans of Japanese ancestry in regard to the war.)Although…

Date: 1941-12-12
Source: Watsonville Morning Sun , page 8
Type: NEWS

WITH THE FIFTH ARMY Italy (Special to Register-Pajaronian) - Sgt. Shigara Hirano of Watsonville, Calif., is returning to the United States from the Fifth Army in Italy with an adjusted service rating score of 85. A member of 442nd Japanese-American…

Date: 1945-07-30
Source: Watsonville Register-Pajaronian , page 6
Type: NEWS

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