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Full title:Shin Tanaka, 16-year-old Issei from the Central Utah Relocation Center, who plans to be a doctor, is receiving training at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City during his summer school vacation. He is a junior laboratory assistant to Dr. Joseph H. Globus, the hospital's neuropathologist and associate neurologist. Shin left the center in October 1943 to enter Pennington (N.J.) Preparatory School. His parents, Rev. and Mrs. Isao Tanaka are also employed at the hospital-- Rev. Tanaka as a technician in the bacteriological department, and Mrs. Tanaka as a nurse's aid in the babies' ward. Shin's parents came to New York last April after visiting friends for several months in Salt Lake city. Prior to evacuation, the Tanaka family lived in Oakland, Cal., where Rev. Tanaka was associated with the Oakland Junior Methodist Church. At Topaz, he was active in the United Protestant Church, Mrs. Tanaka was supervisor of music and teacher of voice, and Shin worked on the hog farm while attending school. Rev. Tanaka came to the United States as a student in 1916. He has degrees from Duke, Clark, and Yale Universities. He returned to Japan in 1924, where for thirteen years he was associated with a missionary college a did field church work. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru New York, New York.