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Full title:Mr. K.Ota, from Gila River, and his two sons, Kenji, on the tractor, and Minoru are busy getting their thirty-five acre lemon orchard back into production after long neglect during their enforced residence in the center. There is much work to be done and they are putting in long hours, but Ota thinks a major portion of the orchard can be salvaged and he finds there is a ready market for the continuous crop. Minoru Ota has just had his eighteenth birthday and will soon have to leave again as he is being inducted into the army. Photographer: Mace, Charles E. Carpenteria, California.