RACES: Wah v. Rudikoff

Many a squeamish U. S. citizen believes that a Chinese can live on what an Occidental throws away, suspects that Chinese business establishments — notably chop suey restaurants and laundries—are unsanitary. Caucasian aversion to Chinese hygiene entered a business quarrel which reached New York City's courts fortnight ago.

To Magistrate Overton Harris in Harlem Court appealed one Sam Wah, three witnesses—Messrs. Lee Sam. Wing and Soo Lee—a Lawyer and Henry Chang. Chinese Consul. They complained that Irving Moskowitz and Max Rudikoff. respective...

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