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Full title:On their way to a picture show are Jimmie Okura and Jean Ikeguchi shown leaving the Co-op House in Cleveland where sixteen Issei and Nisei reside and eat together in a community kitchen. Going into the house on a visit are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kanda, formerly of Poston and Los Angeles. The Kandas work as domestics for a prominent family in an exclusive suburb of the city. Miss Ikeguchi runs a power machine at a skirt manufacturing concern. She is from Jerome and Harbor City, California, and has a brother in the city. Okura works at a chemical plant and is from Jerome and Wilmington, California. His sister works for a government agency. The Kandas say their job is temporary but a good way for us to get our feet on the ground while we look around for a place of business. Cleveland, Ohio.