Japanese-American volunteers. "I am very happy that my son is the first man inducted," Harue Doi, thirty-eight, of Lihue, Kauai said in broken English as he posed with his son Mitsuru, eighteen, first AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] volunteer in the territory to be inducted into the AJA combat regiment being formed in the islands. Mrs. Sao Doi, thirty-six, proudly stood beside her son and held up the fourth member of the Doi family, eighteen-month-old Marian Hanako. The elder Doi, yardman for Dr. S. Wallis of Lihue, is an alien but Mrs. Doi, laundress for the Lihue Plantation Hospital, was born in Lihue and is an American citizen
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