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Full title:Buntaro Tabuchi from Amache with his gardening tools and truck, loading up for the day's work in Los Angeles. Buntaro and his wife Aki have been staying at the Buddhist Hostel, but on June 25 moved into a rented house. Both are working; Buntaro has gardening contracts, including a big estate in Beverly Hills, which bring him from $50 a month up for each account, depending on the amount of work. I left the center in May and now I have all the work I can handle, he says. He has a son, Yoshiko, who is a sergeant at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Another son, Shigeo, was killed last November while serving with the 442nd Infantry. Buntaro's only daughter, Yukie Toshiyuki (her married name) is at Boulder, Colorado, where her husband is an instructor at the University of Colorado. Photographer: Mace, Charles E. Los Angeles, California.