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Full title:Yuriko Amemiya, modern dancer with the famed Martha Graham dance company, is entertaining 125 Japanese American girls from New York City and vicinity and 200 Nisei soldiers from a nearby army camp, at the Nyack, N.Y., USO. Miss Amemiya formerly lived in Los Angeles, from where she was evacuated to the Gila River Relocation Center. She came to New York City in September, 1943. In addition to dancing with Martha Graham, Miss Amemiya is teaching at the New Dance Group Studio in New York City. She is known professionally as Yuriko. Photographer: Fujihira, Toge New York, New York.