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Full title:Putting their nine month old daughter, Madeline, to bed in their New York City home, is Mr. and Mrs. Kaname Fred Ota. The Otas formerly lived in Los Angeles, and after their evacuation from the West Coast, along with all other persons of Japanese ancestry, they lived for a time at the Colorado River Relocation Center. Mr. Ota was a wholesale produce salesman in California; and after leaving the center in March of 1943, he worked in Salt Lake City as district manager of a brokerage house. In July, he brought his family to New York City, and is now assistant manager of Cooperative Distributors, Inc. His ambition is to work in the import-export trade, and to that end he is studying nights. The parents of both he and Mrs. Ota and his two sisters, Mabel, 17, and Yuriko, 12, still live at the Colorado River Relocation Center. New York, New York.