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Full title:Another successfully relocated Issei is Kay Kato, age 38, of the Rohwer Relocation Center. He is shown examining a negative before printing. A former resident of San Francisco, California, where he was employed in the business of crockery work, Mr. Kato's past employment record and pleasing personality enabled him to find work readily. After some consideration, Mr. Kato decided to learn the retouching business. He is now employed with the Murray Photographic Studio, where he is making rapid progress as a retoucher. His employer remarked that he had never seen anyone pick up the work so quickly and hopes to help Mr. Kato establish a business of his own in the near future. Mr. Kato is planning to bring his family to Omaha as soon as arrangements for housing can be made. Mr. Kato is also working part-time for the Oriental Trading Company, where he is employed as a painter of plaster-of-Paris figurines. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Omaha, Nebraska.