Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 5
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May 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Northwest Arkansas HMB, Men., May 17, 1*74 . ARKANSAS Japanese Americans Reca// Tulelake KLAMAT H FALLS. Ore. (AP) -- It was years before Ben Takeshita would admit that he was once confined in a concentration camp in hiB own country. He was too ashamed. Takeshita, 44, of Richland, Calif., was one of 110,000 Japa- The pain for the SO returning ex-inmates appears to have little to do with crowded living conditions, poor food and disruption of normal life. It has much to do with shame and disillusion. "I could see the friends of Addresses Commencement Special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski addresses the annual commencement of the N a t i o n a l Law Center of George Washington University Sunday in Washington. Jaworski, noting that he conld not discuss Watergate, urged the students to promote t h e common good In confronting contemporary problems. (AP Wirephoto) · Hy risks and evacuated from the West Coast in World War IT after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. He also was one of about 200 Japanese-Americans from Call forma who gathered here this weekend to commemorate their imprisonment. While the rest of the nation prepared to honor its war dead, the Japanese-Americans were conduct!ng memorial services in Klamath Falls for those who died of natural causes at the nearby relocation camp outside Tulelake, Calif. They also visited the camp, which since has become the site of an elementary school and an airport. The 1,200 barracks that held up to 22,000 people between 1942 and 1946 virtually have disappeared. Little remains,of the camp except scattered lengths of barbed wire fence, an occasional dilapidated building and painful memories in the minds of those who lived there. criminals," said Takeshita, recalling his trek at age 11 to the San Hateo. Calif., bus station and the first leg of his Journey to Tulelake, eerie guilty I still havi that feeling-- it made me feel like a leper or t crimi nal." The United States government never proved the disloyalty of 110,000 Japanese Americans. They were instead regarded as a potential fifth column for the Japanese enemy on the West Coast. Foreign Aid Program Faces A Critical Vote Wednesday SHERIFFS DEPUTIES are often without a job when a new sheriff takes over. If elected your Sheriff I do not intend to "fire" anyone. It will be my policy to offer any qualified personnel an opportunity to remain on the job if they so desire. ELECT DICK HOYT SHERIFF Washington County For the very patriotic Japanese Anwrican. Tulelake was the wont of the nation's It relocation camps because it was converted in 1941 to a center for the "proven" disloyal. Dr. Harry Hatauka, 45. Palo Alto. Calif., spoke Sunday not as a former camp inmate but as the governor of the sponsor- ing Northern California-West em Nevada District of the Japanese-American Citizens League: "It should not be the purpose to dwell on the injustices of the incarceration. Rather, it is for us to rededicate our lives to see that this form of guilt by reason of race does not occur again." We law · tariffs erefrMi ud Wemt rmto to Met your need*. Foyetrevill* Savings Loan Atsociarion IN N. But A' WASHINGTON (AP) -- "My fellow Americans, will you give up one martini a year?" Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey poses that rhetorical question in pleading for · a display of American generosity to the down-and-out nations of the world. , ., Congressional support for foreign aid has wavered in recent years, a trend dramatized last January by a lopsided House vote against a $1.5 billion 'replenishment for the International Development Association. The IDA is a World Bank subsidiary which lends low-in terest money only to the poorest of the poor nations, those with per capita incomes of $1 a day or less. In slightly altered form, the bill comes up for a Senate vote Wednesday, and Humphrey has been trying to rally support. "Will you give up three four packages of · cigarettes a year?" he asked. Prospects are that the bill providing $1.5 billion ,to the IDA over four years, will win Senate approval. India's nuclear test earliei this month provides a good ar gument for opponents of the bil seeking an end to American funding of the IDA. '? Pointing out that India ha received some 40 per cent of al IDA outlays, Sen. Harry Byrd Ind.-Va.. said that nation's nu clear device "very likely wouU never have been built" had not been for the billions of dol lars put in by the Unitec States. But Byrd's view appears t be in the minority. The lobbying effort in th enate has focused on three tain contentions: --Aid money often is used by poor nations to buy U.S. goods nd services. --In an interdependent world, le United States needs friends broad for providing of raw materials. --Areas of Africa and Asia ace the specter of widespread tarvation in coming months because of adverse weather conditions;-and mounting costs or imported food. Woman Reports Rape Attempt F a y e t t e v i - l l e police a r e searching for a man wanted for questioning in connection with the attempted rape of a local woman early Sunday morning. The man is described as ii his late teens or early 20's, dark hair, about five feet nine inches tall, weighing about 140 pounds, pudgy and last seen wearing wire rimmed glasses. The woman, whose identity is being withheld, told police that about 4 a.m. Sunday she heard the doorbell ring. She said she called out* and; that no one answered. 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