The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
APRIL 15 (Tuesday)P.3 1) The bureau for raising funds for Kai Ping High School (Vancouver) (treasurer) and (vice-president) had donated $1000each. Up till KH the present, $15,000 was raised. P.3 2) A smoking den in N. Vancouver was searched by police and 9 Chinesewere arrested. P.3 3) News from Winnipeg. In a speech contest sponsored by JI YMCA, a Chineseyv^Uiv.! \won the first prize. He talked on the significance 01 the quot|^ for Chinese students coming over to Canada. P.3 4) The Chinese Republic Journal ( in San Francisco). 2Announcements were made by (the president) of the ChineseRepublic Journal), regarding how to unite members of Hung Mun over the world: - a. all headquarters, brnches or communication centres should send the names of each year's executives to the Chinese Republic Journal, b. After getting the names of all executives of CKT all over the world,THE Chinese Republic Journal would publish an overall name list and would hang one in the 5-Ancestor Temple while each association would receive one as reference. The charge for the overall name list was $2.50 which should be mailed to the Chinese Republc Journal when the association sent in its name list of executives. All associations were requested to send in the names not later than June 30.P.7 5) Shar Doey Mutual Society (VANCOUVER) denounced the 43 members whoannounced their withdrawal from the association. It pointed out thereason why no intervention was made into the disputes baetween the2 clans was that the complaint was only reported bywho had received a letter from his family in China, the associationthus believed that it had better wait to see if any associationsin China requested help and that it should not intervene just becauseof a personal letter. A detailed report of what was actuallyhappening was published
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