Dec. 27, 1941: Tom Treanor says that some Japanese Americans are upset that Chinese Americans are wearing badges to indicate they aren’t Japanese.
Mrs. E.J. Horton writes about a “Japanese schoolboy who got mobbed” and Mrs. Dill Nance “says she knows of two markets in her area (Manhattan Beach) which have discharged Nisei boys in their vegetable departments.”
Dorothy Darling, a “naughty personality in platinum,” is at the Follies.
Jimmie Fidler says:“Sophie Tucker’s spouse, Al Lackey, has just published a song titled “I Wouldn’t Be a Jap for All the Tea in China.” Very hummable.