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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
BYMAY 6 (TUESDAY)P.3 1) Another gambling joint in Powell Street was searched by the police. 4 Chinese and 11 white gamblers were arrested. The owner was Chinese.P.3 2) A Chinese reverend had asked for the permission of 2 city councils to teachthe gospel to people on the streets in Chinatown. The city council had to think about this because it feared that public speech making in a foreign language on the streets, violence or trouble might crop up. However, the permission was finally granted upon the promise of the reverend that he would talk on only the gospel.P.3 3) Kuomintang. announced his withdrawal from h±x Kuomintang, dueto the necessity to make a living.'P.3 4) CBA (WINDSOR). Announced its opening ceremony on May 18. All Chinese associatic k5 were welcome to attend the celebration.P.3 5) Kai Ping High School. A constitution for raising funds for the school was drawn. Names of the executives of the fund raising bureau in Vancouver, Victoria, and Toronto were released. Vancouver bureau - President:Victoria bureau - President: Toronto bureau - President
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