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Full title:Judge William F. Hagarty, chairman of the Japanese American Resettlement Committee of the Brooklyn Council for Social Planning, meets Yumi Kuramoto, 18 months old, at present the youngest resident at the Brooklyn Hostel for Japanese Americans, and her mother, Mrs. Yuso Kuramoto. The Kuramoto family recently came to New York City from the Rohwer Relocation Center in Arkansas. Before the war they lived in Los Angeles. The Brooklyn Hostel is operated on a non-sectarian basis by the Brethren Service Committee of the Church of the Brethren. Brooklyn, New York.