Ban Travel in Eight Far Western States

Title

Ban Travel in Eight Far Western States

Creator

Pomona Center News editorial staff

Source

Periodical: Pomona Ceter News
volume: I
number: 14
pages: 1
July 10, 1942

Language

eng

Text

Persons residing in Assembly Centers may not be released from an evacuee status to travel within the area under command of the Western Defense Command, Alvin Laughlin, Welfare Section head, announced.

Eight States included in this restricted zone are California, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Isaho, Utah, Nevada, and Arizona.

"Evacuees, however, can travel beyond the limits of the Western Defense Command, but they must have the approval of state authorities or local representative of state authorities in the community to which they want to go," Laughlin added. "They also must have documentary evidences from responsible employers that they will be gainfully employed upon their arrival."

In marking requests for transfer, applicants are required to furnish the following information: reasons for transfer, age, weight, height, sex, appearance (Japanese or Caucasian), occupation, general health, financial ability.

All requests are handled by Laughlin and his assistant, James Ito.

Files

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Citation

Pomona Center News editorial staff, “Ban Travel in Eight Far Western States,” Nebraska U, accessed September 20, 2017, http://unlhistory.unl.edu/items/show/122.