By United Press
LOS ANGELES, March 26.The Assembly committee investigating un-
Toki Slocum, Japanese veteran of the AEF, told Assemblyman Jack B. Tenneys committee that money thus collected eventually found its way to Tokio to aid the Nippon war effort.
The witness described his efforts in creating an anti-
Japanese language schools, he said, were centers of subversive teaching.
The Japanese school teachers and other leaders of that group, he said, had the brazen effrontery to try to operate classes even after Pearl Harbor, although their text books were un-American and they taught the Mikados ideology.Slocum denied charges made by Councilman Roy Hampton that he gave money to George Knox Roth, former council candidate, to finance radio speeches criticizing Japanese evacuation plans.
Roth faces a Municipal Court contempt action because he refused to give names of Japanese who contributed $510 toward the broadcasts.
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