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Full title:Kinya Kitamura, formerly of Seattle and Minidoka, came to St. Louis, Missouri in November, 1943, as a chef in a private home, 3654 Flora Place, where he still lives. Mr. Kitamura, who is 62 years old, has done cooking in private homes most of his life. The wife of his employer says she couldn't get along without him. He does not plan to go back to Seattle and says, I'm glad to be away from the Center. All the people should leave the Centers. I stay in St. Louis. Mr. Kitamura can't understand why other bachelor cooks don't leave the centers and take jobs like his. Cook positions are open in St. Louis in private homes, restaurants, and institutions paying good wages. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru St. Louis, Missouri.