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Full title:Mr. Nakada's children are shown playing with their Caucasian neighbor, Roger Abbot. Mr. Nakada, who owns a 10-acre ranch at 101 W. Bonita Ave., Azusa, California, has been farming for over eleven years. His products are largely vegetables. He states that he has no difficulty in marketing any of these products. He has been a resident in southern California for over 38 years. What places Mr. Nakada (formerly of Gila) at the top of the list of all evacuees is the fact that he has contributed 7 sons to the U.S. Army! The boys' names are as follows: Henry Nakada, George Nakada, James Nakada, Minoru Nakada, Yoshio Nakada, Saburo Nakada, Yoshino Nakado. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Azusa, California.