Full title:Mac Hase, who will be inducted into the U.S. Army tomorrow, is cutting weeds in his vineyard to get it in top-notch shape before his departure. His farm is located at Rt. 2, Box 337, Lemoore, California, to which he and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goichi Hase, and sisters, Toyo and Ruth, returned from the Rohwer Relocation Center on April 2. The family lived on their farm for many years prior to evacuation. The family consisting of nine children are now relocated throughout the United States. The eldest daughter, Miyo, is a medical stenographer at San Francisco; Kiyo, the second daughter, is working at Camp Chaffe Station Hospital in Arkansas; Mae Momoyo is a Cadet Nurse at the University of Minnesota; Keigo, a son, is attending a school in Des Moines, Iowa, to become a laboratory technician; Yoshi, the fourth daughter, a stenographer at Cleveland, Ohio; Helen Yasue, another daughter, is attending Wesleyan University at Lincoln, Nebraska; the other three children are home with the parents.<lb /> Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru<lb /> Lemoore, California. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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