|SECURITY AT JEROME
INTERVEIWER: Was the camp in Jerome fenced?
SAKAGUCHI: Across the front. Just across the front.
INTERVIEWER: So that there was freedom to move?
SAKAGUCHI: Oh, yeah.
INTERVIEWER: In and out of town and go pretty much where you…
SAKAGUCHI: Well, okay, I think that, I don’t think any person would
walk out of camp. And if they were even going, at Jerome, the town of
Jerome was like a service station and couple of grocery stores. If you
wanted to go there, they usually, you just, I don’t think anybody
sneaked out, they went through the gate but, if you told the guard you
were going up to Jerome, they didn’t, they, I know that uh you could
go to Little Rock or Pine Bluff on a pass. And I, came up to St. Louis,
it wasn’t, it, it was easy to get in and out. You said you wanted
to go to Chicago or New York or anyplace to look for a job, no problem