Poston newspaper covers relocation center events such as health issues, Japanese ancestry soldiers visiting Poston, economic policy for residents, social gatherings, employment programs and opportunity, Army inspectors, industrial enterprise, music events, local government, nursery experiments with rubber planting, residents leaving, announcements for house items and change of residence, safety classes by Red Cross, school events like P.T.A volunteers and back-to school, Girl scouts, church news, softball results, queen contest and county fair.
Oka, Kaz, "Press Bulletin, Vol. V, No. 7, 1942" (1942). Japanese American WWII Incarceration Camp newspapers. 21.