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In September, Fuson was notified that he was chosen for the Alexian program, but the following month, he was elected to server as camper representative of the CPS camp at Trenton, so he withdrew his name from consideration of the Alexian program and decided to continue to volunteer on Trenton’s China unit.
Fuson’s stay at Trenton was the longest of any of his tours; the camp’s project was to work with Farm Security Administration on an irrigation and land stabilization program. In his spare time, he taught Chinese language classes. By Nov. 1944 had come to question CPS service which was unpaid and conscripted. Very much against proposal to have peacetime military conscription.
Correspondence concerning Infra-red spectroscopy project at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1944, April -Jan. 1945
In April 1944, Fuson was approached to join a project under the Office of Scientific Research and Development. Fuson was hoping the congressional ban on foreign service would be lifted. When the ban was continued, Fuson was available for either the Alexian Hospital project or the OSRD. His transfer from Trenton to Ann Arbor came through in January 1945.
Newsletter for CPS men interested in Chinese relief work, gives summary of the interested people and proposed volunteer programs. Fuson already at Ann Arbor, no one at Trenton to replace him as teacher.
This mimeographed booklet is the outgrowth of the first Friends Cooking School, held in the Civilian Public Service Camp, Powellsville, Maryland, 1943.
Proposed CPS unit located in Princeton, NJ, to help avoid the problems created after the last war, when countries were arbitrarily created.