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Full title:Except for their daughter, Fumiye, and son, Joseph, who are relocated near Chicago, relocation is complete for the Riichi Nishimura family of Los Gatos, California. With the Nishimuras are their daughter, Hideko Morishita and her husband, Yasuashi, and Haruko Kawasaki, a second daughter and her two children, Victor and Allen. Shown here left to right they are Yasushi Morishita, his wife, Hideko, Riichi Nishimura, Victor Kawasaki, his mother, Haruko, and baby Allen Kawasaki. All are from Heart Mountain. Mr. Nishimura and his Caucasian friend and benefactor, Joe Doetsch, Los Gatos rancher, solved a desperate housing situation by building quarters for the three families when unable to find other shelter. Mr. Doetsch gathered up material from every available source and with the assistance of Mr. Nishimura they were able to get temporary housing that made it possible to relocate all three families. All who are able are employed in the Santa Clara County fruit harvest. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Los Gatos, California.