"Well, he [Don's brother Woodrow] was involved in gathering up the Japanese that were on the west coast and putting them in under control, you know, the Japanese because they thought everybody that was Japanese was no good at that time
"Well, he didn't think it was right. Although I think if you'd ask him this was before he went overseas I think if you'd asked him two or three years later he might've changed his mind because he was in Leyte and the Philippines, and Guadalcanal. And that was a bloody, bloody mess. And he had no love whatsoever for the Japanese. And I think had this happened after that, I think he would've had a different viewpoint. But afterwards, after he came home, he knew it was the wrong thing to do because he actually fought side-by-side with some Japanese [American] people."