The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
November 4'.1 1) An article on the termination of Kuomingtang.'.3 2) The CBA (Van.) announced on Nov. 1st that the association would assist the sel- ling of the Canadian government bonds by having the executives go on door-to- door fund drive.3) Toronto news: The English newspaper reported that 43 Chinese were arrested due to their association with the Kuomingtang. Kuomingtang was regarded by the Can- adian government as an illegal association, and on Sept. 26 they had ordered it to be dissolved. (There was a regulation during the war period that anyone who had connections with illegal associations would be regarded as a criminal when they had evidence of denouncing the association.) The laayer asserted that the 43 defendents were serious criminal offenders, and they could only be bailed out at $1000.4) The Chinese hospital in New Westminster had been operating successfully for more than ten years. However, it was suddenly closed down by the city council. The reason was that 2 patients had died within the same period and the public health service suspected the sanitary condition of the hospital. The case was brought to court, and the hospital was allowed to reopen after it had paid $47.50 court fee
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