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A checklist of things to remember when you leave the relocation center

Material Information

Title:
A checklist of things to remember when you leave the relocation center
Alternate Title:
Checklist
Creator:
James G. Lindley, Project Director
Place of Publication:
Granada, Colorado
Publisher:
Granada Relocation Center
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 (one) tri-fold legal-size sheet mimeograph / adhesive tape at one fold

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Subjects / Keywords:
Amache

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Henry F. Halliday Collection carton 1 folder 32

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|Auraria Library
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LUHEH UOU LEAVE
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RELOCRTIOn


FOREWORD
?OU HAVE NOW DECIDED TO LEAVE THE CENTER, TO RELO-
CATE, TO TAKE YOUR PLACE ON THE BROAD HIGHWAY OF NATIONAL
life* There are many ways in which you can help others
At THE SAME TIME YOU ARE HELPING YOURSELF* A$ YOU BECOME
ESTABLISHED IN A COMMUNITY, AS YOU MAKE FRIENDS, AS YOU
FIND PUBLIC SENTIMENT TO BE FAVORABLE TO YOU AND YOURS,
WRITE SACK TO RELATIVES AND FRIENDS IN THE CENTER* VOUR
SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS WILL INCOURAGE OTHERS TO GO OUT*
Write also to the Project Director, to the Leave Officer,
to the project newspaper. You will bi doing a great
SERVICE, A SERVICE THAT MAY AFFECT THE ENTIRE FUTURE
LIFE OF THE INDIVIDUAL, TO ANY ONE WHO IS MOVED TOWARD
RELOCATION BY YOUR ACTION*
In YOUR OWN WORK AND SOCIAL CONTACTS BE ALERT TO
OPPORTUNITIES TO ESTABLISH A REPUTATION FOR INTEGRITY,
COOPERATION, AND WILLINGNESS TO SHARE IN COMMUNITY ACTIVI-
TIES. YOU ARE THE AMBASSADOR FOR THE ENTIRE GROUP OF
EVACUEES* BY YOUR WORKS THEY WILL BE JUDGED*
James G*
Project Director


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AT THE CENTER
Before leaving the benter for your new hone it
HILL BE NECESSARY THAT CERTAIN THINGS BE DONE. CHECK
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AS YOU COMPLETE THEM!
1. APPLY FOR AND CALL FOR YOUR RATIO#
BOOKS AT RATION DESK IN LEAVE OFFICE.
(about Six DAYS SHOULD BE ALLOWED.)
2. Resign from your project employment.
3 Clear with Evacuee Property Office
IF YOU HAVE HOUSEHOLD GOODS OR
PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT TO STORE OR
SHIP.
*. Secure your railroad ticket. (Leave
Office.)
5. Secure your meal money. (Leave
Office.)
(. Arrange at motor pool for trans-
portation OF YOUR CHECKABLE BAGGAGE
to Granada. (This should be done
THE MORNING BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE
DATE. )
7. Arrange at police station for your
TRANSPORTATION TO GRANADA.
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$. Claim your Identification Card, Notice
of Arrival Carb, Oiange of Address
Cards, and Gate Pass at the Leave
AT YOUR NEW HOME
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TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY maintains desks In railroad
station in all large cities, and will be glad to
FURNISH INFORMATION AND GIVE YOU DIRECTIONS FOR
REACHING THE LOCAL ADDRESS TO WHICH YOU WISH TO GO.
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REPORT Of ARRIVAL. As SOON AS YOU ARRIVE AT YOUR
DESTINATION MAIL YOUR REPORT OF ARRIVAL CARD (FORM
WRA 1U7). When you change address mail a Change of
Address Card (Form WRA iW). !f you are an alien,
YOU MUST, IN ADDITION TO WE ABOVE, SECURE PER-
MISSION FROM THE U. S. OlSTRICT ATTORNEY FOR ANY
TRAVEL AFTER YOU REACH YOUR DESTINATION. YOU MUST
ALSO KEEP THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION AND
the- Immigration and Naturalization Service informed
OF YOUR ADDRESS.
RELOCATION OFFICES ARE LOCATED IN THE PRINCIPAL
CITIES AND TOWNS IN WHICH EVACUEES HAVE RELOCATED.
While it is the primary responsibility of the relo-
cation OFFICE TO DEVELOP JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR PER-
SONS COMING FROM THE RELOCATION CENTERS, HE SHOULD
NOT BE EXPECTED TO FIND YOU A SECOND OR THIRD JOB
OR INTERCEDE FOR YOU IN MATTERS WHICH YOU SHOULD
hancle yourself. In some cities the relocation offices
HAVE ADVISORS TO CONSULT WITH YOU ABOUT OTHER PRO-
BLEMS.
D. WAR MANPOWER COWISSICN REGULATIONS GOVERN THE CON-
DITIONS WHICH CONCERN YOUR CHANGES OF EMPLOYMENT.
MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO AWU3T YOUR SELF TO YOUR FIRST
JOB AND STAY WITH IT. THE ONLY CRITICISM CONCERNING
EHfUEES AS EMPLOYEES IS THAT THEY ARE JOB JUMPERS.
Acquaint yourself with W.M.C. regulations ano abide
BY THEM. ) '
E. PROPERTY PROBLEMS CONCERNING PROPERTY AT THE CEN-
TER SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE EVACUEE PROPERTY
Offices at the center. Problems concerning pro-
perty on the West Coast shouldbe adoressed to
ONE OF THE FOLLOWINGS <
Evabuee Property Officer
War Relocation Authority
Sheldon Building
Ii6i Market Street
San FransICso, California
Evacuee Property Officer
War Relocation Authority
;i|C Henry Building
Seattle, Washington
Evacuee Property Officer
War Relocation Authority
555 *031 So. Broadway
Los Angeles, California


F.
SELECTIVE SERVICE LAWS RETIRE THAT MEN REGISTERED
fOR SELECTIVE SERVICE KEEP THElR LOCAL BOARD
INFORMED OF CHANCES OF ADDRESS AND TO tARRY A
Begistraticn Certificate and Notice of Classifi-
cation at all times* Failure to obey these require-
ments may 1EAO TO DIFFICULTIES*
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FEDERAL SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD through local public
WELFARE AGENCIES WILL PROVIDE WHERE NEEDED: TEMPORARY
financial assistance, including medical care; advice
in budgeting; assistance in securing housing; child-
welfare services; counseling regarding family
problems; and information regarding social services.
If you do not know how to contact the local welfare
AGENCY CONSULT YOUR RELOCATION OFFICER.
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Carry your indefinite Leave Identification Card at
all times. If you are an alien you should also
carry your Alien Registration Card.
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