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Full title:PFC Roy T. Tsutsui is the only mainlander member of the Nisei disabled soldiers now undergoing treatment at Dibble General Hospital near Palo Alto, California. His home is at 480 West Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. PFC Tsutsui was inducted in April 1941 and received his basic training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. He went overseas in August 1944 and eight months later in April of 1945, he was badly wounded in the chest and legs from German artillery fire at Lespezia, Italy. In civilian life PFC Tsutsui was a farmer. His mother, Mrs. Kate Tsutsui, and his wife, May, reside at the above Salt Lake address. His decorations are: Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, ETO with three Battle Stars, American Defense ribbon. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Palo Alto, California.