The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 6th, SaturdayP.3 (1) Ambassador Lim reported that there was extension of time limit for absence from Canada. He suggested that those who were unemployed could return to China temporarily, arid then come back after thearmistice of the war. He further offered help to those who were unable to book tickets in Canada due to the limited operating team-lines. He asserted that he would negotiate with the U.S. Immigration Office so that Chinese could return to China through the U.S. ship companies with no trouble on transit.(2) The arinouiicer..ent by the Regina Fund Raising HeadquarterV1i f-K. if ^f\ J^t-f^ ^;%jt^ (Detail on Notes 2)(3) There were rumors published on the New Republic Newspaper which attacked the ^^ V-trv^-H-^^vA^ on February 23rd and the New Republic was asked to apologize in the newspaper publicly. However, on 28th of February when there was an anti-Japanese meeting in the C.B.A., a Chinese who regarded himself as a member of the Kuo-Min-Tong forced into the meeting room and tried to'""STl ^ *~3injure ^ti \/%__ The Kuomintong had announced that if thatvillain was really a member of the association, they would punish him harshly, otherwise, ^^f^ could make any rueasures against him
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