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Full title:First family to return to Santa Clara County, Jimmy and Chiyeno Yamamoto and their two daughters, June and Linda, are back in the bush berry and tomato growing business at their old stand near Cupertino. With them is Mrs. Yamamoto's father, Jisaburo Tomiyasu, still camera shy at 65 years of age. All are from Heart Mountain. Jimmy and Chiyeno own their own berry farm and found their home available for early relocation. Prior to evacuation Jimmy and brother Bill were fertilizer salesmen covering most of Central California for a prominent company. Now, in addition to farming, Jimmy has his old business back and is busy attending to the fertilizer needs of many old customers, Japanese and Caucasians alike. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Cupertino, California.