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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

1982 vtfj if] Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 Who's Who in Houston: Southwest Chinese Journal Salutes * Wir I ; *> ■■ ' 4 t * Jvv Y ■<' * J A : > ^ ' 4 v $ Dr. Katharine Hsu A t Among many outstanding Chinese Americans living in Houston, Dr. Katharine Hsu is a shining example of one who has done much work to affect the well being of countless Houstonians. Born in China, she amazed many by being one of the first women to enter the medical profession. In 1953, she came to Houston, which was then among the top ten cities in number of tuber- culosis cases. Through her efforts in developing the City Tuberculosis Hospital for Children and in serving as Houston's first director of TB control for the U.S. Public Health Service, Dr. Hsu made great progress in controlling TB in Houston. Her break- through, however, came with her research of the drug Isoniazid for the preven- tion and treatment of TB. This brought Dr. Hsu world- wide recognition-TB was eradicated. Dr. Hsu continued m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

Page 6 A# Southwest Chinese Journal February 1-15, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS by June Dove Leong MR. & MRS. JON CHAN of Las Vegas, Nevada are the jubilant first-time parents of a healthy baby boy born January 27, weighing 7 lb., 10 oz. Both mother and child are doing well. Mother FAY JEAN , daughter of happy grandparents MR. & MRS. JOE GOR of Houston, is a former teacher in Houston. ********** Congratulations to the University of Houston Chinese Student Assn. for its recent successful pre- sentation of China Night on Jan. 23 at Cullen Audi- torium on the UH campus. The program featured various aspects of Chinese culture, including an adept Chinese music orchestra, Chinese folk songs, and a short opera with marvelously expressive characters. Look for an upcoming fea- ture on the U.H. Chinese Student Assn. and other student groups. ■.-IN- DIANA MAO LIU and HSIEH (UN PIN. Photo by RON YEK. MAUREEN TOY was recently named Bank Officer at Western Bank in the Galleria area. She will be he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

February 1-15, 1982 ^ $1 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 An Inside Look at the Miss Chinatown Pageant (Reprinted from East/West, Jan. 20, 1982.) By CYNTHIA D. CHIN-LEE Festivities for another Chinese New Year and another Miss Chinatown Pageant are in full swing in San Fran- cisco Chinatown. Young children anticipate the loud bursts of firecrackers and wait anxiously for New Year's gifts from their elders-red packets of money. Likewise, the bachelors of Chinatown crowd around the posters of this year's Miss Chinatown contestants who smile from every other shop window. In this age of the Equal Rights Amendment, many may wonder why pageants like the Chinatown USA Pageant do so well though they seem anach- ronistic and passe. I would like to share some of my personal insights about it since five years ago my picture was on one of those shop posters. In 1977 when I was 18 and a freshman at Harvard University, I re- presented the Washington, DC community in the Miss Chinatown USA Contest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

p Page 8 r£l ^ Southwest Chinese Journal February 1-15, 1982 Refugees Help San Anselmo Residents Dig Out, Clean Up j The California Bay Area j suffered extensive damages c from the torrential rains earlier this month. Par- ticularly hard hit were the outlying towns whose residents, particularly the elderly, were victim- ^ ized by the mudslides and , debris. San Anselmo is one C town which received help from an unexpected source. On January 16, some 42 Indochinese from the Bay Area volunteered to help ^ the town and residents of San Anselmo clean up the 3 mess left by the slides and flooding. The refu- gees worked on two large projects for the town dis- mantling a damaged bridge and clearing streets and culverts, as well as 1 assisting residents of nearly 20 homes clear out ' mud ranging in depth from six inches to four feet. The refugees, who rode over to the San Anselmo fire station in a bus loaned by Franciscan Bus Lines, worked with differ- ent merchants and the elderly at home. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

February 1-15, 1982 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 PSYCHOLOGY By WEINING C. CHANG. Ph.D. Psychologist On Discrimination I have known of many Chinese, including myself, complain- ing about discrimination. People talk about discrimina- tion when they are frustrated with certain things in life: when unsuccessfully applying for a desirable job; when losing promotions and salary increases to other people, etc. People use the term loosely most of the time, with- out really knowing the meaning of it. I often hear peo- ple complaining about discrimination in social settings. The person who discusses it might use it as a way of vent- ing his or her frustration. People who are listening to the complaint often agree with the complainer and offer their empathy. When listening to these complaints, I often think of several questions: 1) What is meant by "discrimination"? 2) How does the person know that he or she was discrimi- nated against? 3) Does the person thus discriminated plan to do anyt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

f I Page 10 v£j r£j A# Southwest Chinese Journal February 1-15, 1982 A Favorite Recipe FAYE (MRS. ARTHUR T.H.) CHIN'S JADE AND GOLD "GUM YUK JOP CHOY" 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 2 or 3 dried mushrooms 3/4 c. bamboo shoots 1 stalk broccoli 1 medium carrot 8 water chestnuts 8 ears baby corn 6 champignons (fancy whole mushrooms) 1/4 c. canned Ginko nuts 4 T. oil Seasonings; 1-1/2 t. salt 1/2 t. sugar dash white pepper 2 c. chicken stock 1 T. cornstarch 3 T. water Soak mushrooms in warm water until tender. Remove stems and slice into bite size pieces. Slice bamboo shoots lengthwise into bite size pieces. Remove tough fibers from broccoli. Cut stem in slices and separate flowerets into bite size pieces. Parboil. Wedge-cut carrot into bite size pieces and boil until barely tender. Slice water chestnuts into thirds. Heat oil in skillet and add all vegetables, stir frying over high heat until all vegetables are coated with oil. Add seasonings and chicken stock. Reduce heat to low. Simmer two m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

February 1-15, 1982 ^ ^li Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 George & Amy Yeiter By June Dove Leong George Yeiter, a Mormon who speaks fluent Cantonese, spent two and a half years in Hong Kong as a missionary. Born in Lafayette, Indiana, he attended the University of Washington for two years, became a Green Beret during the Vietnam crisis, and eventually attained an ac- counting degree at Brigham Young University in Salt Lake City. While at Brigham Young, he met Amy Woo, an electri- cal engineering major from Shanghai, who also spoke fluent Chinese. He sought the hand of lovely Amy in marriage, but found it was not permissible in his then home state of Mississippi. For the love of Amy, George Yeiter moved r* heaven and earth, challenged the Mississippi State Con- stitution, enlisted the aid of his father's newspaper's attorney (in 1969, George Yeiter's father was pro- duction manager of a Miss- issippi newspaper), insti- gated editorials critical of the law, sought the co- operat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

Page 12 \il N't Southwest Chinese Journal February 1-15, 1982 FIRST ORIENTAL SEAFOOD MARKET -ar ^ ^ — ifr INCOME TAX We welcome to our staff Eddie Cheng # ft M MM Mlaira — Nouaton, n* « 770* TEL: (713) 995 4088 nt m, *% at * w * ** * * A * 9# csmJUrstiv rat iuti «/fw CO tin : * oft HQ 1 THlfC CU DyNG * RJtU TUOl • HX I si* • • CAC LO| I TH |T KHd. THfT MUOI, 4 T AP HO A . • CAC LOf I TH 0* KHO, TH JT MUOI, a T AP BOA. j n,nri n I. mnnnnno>y>ftftooouuutJoooouooooo'OW)uuuMi,ninrmuuilonnnoooooonnmom THE STANDARD BANK ® ' $j- :Ai% • American General Center 2727 Allen Parkway (713) 522-7881 TO * • % *J& 1* tflJIM* Come and Save with Us. LOCKHART, YEITER & COMPANY Checkings and Savings Certificates of Deposfts COMMERCIAL LOANS PERSONAL LOANS A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION of Certified Public Accountants Member FDIC San lacinto Bank Building 213 W. Southmore, Suite 407 • Pasadena 475-0042 JIN BO Bac Si Members of the Americ an Institute of Certified Public Ac < ounts 704H LAWN...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

February 1-15, 1982 南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 ★美華國際實業公司 Kinq Real Estate International.Inc. 1203 Chartres . Houston, TX, 77003 Tel:(713)229-0012 (713) 333-2,541 Peggy "King 位於中國城 BROK^fk^^i^ENT 精通國、粵、吳 中國城地皮出 把搌時機投資置產,丨 一九八二年初食置*之大好時光-根朦一般房地*專家及建華商 之«_ •結鷓是今年年初仍然是”霣#市樾"埭築商及資為郝想盡澥 8®引貢者因此您可以肘憤邐憤以《低之懼鋟*到*坤想之房地彥W 時您有麋會可以褕到肽樓* ,使宜貨如FORECLOSURE DEAL等到 今年年底利患町能會下降.伹楚 地產憤格會上《由於休书人口曰增 (平均毎天有九十八人來休市)遒成捭子供个#求之块#邾鈦♦變成 “寶主市場“恷就#醣着■主之憤格及《>件去* •不可能ff、)價if憤了 朋友fl舞如您們典投資《 *或安酸家1« 斬房子成*房子拱在楚鼉W 時 了 •本公甬明《或*拘229-0012勿失良欒! ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦鲁♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦" ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 本公司新設甫腦設備(MLS COMPUTER SERVICE ),«!利爲雉胞 迅速找搏休士帕各地區之房宇、地產及商業、投S分桁等,歡迎_時到本 公司接洽。 I UH大舉附近SUPERMARKET出售要憤八萬•首期六萬五千 1全新CROCERY STORE連加油站在FM 1 9 60地段總價六萬 IK NEW LISTING 萏期四萬 24單位公寓内由追*i十五麴&期仕萬•全部粗出‘ ?3*位公*在610LOOP旁町改成MOTEL典憤五十自期十ii M,,全部枏出• 1内由⑷.硪公舄字榭出枏,一千到三千平方呎• &牛方呎拎月柑金65年 2.GREENWAY PLA?/、附近 CONDO 出拷二房一_• ® ff P4I&, Ji,if 期一萬 westheimer地區 PROPERTIES 出售 1. 2 畝地在 WESTHEIMER and CHIMNEY ROCK xilftfl • 300 平方呎在 WESTHEIME...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

February 1-15, 1982 西南時報 Soulhwesl Chinese Journal Page 15 * 1AILY TRUC )6- 8921 u9tonf 公19 AUKAI FT CI UH1NI I M ? y Ho ST UPS RE, RADE :713 tfti ,py*1' IPLETE IDS FOO CIS/SI WALK T L—( 600 SP1 10 ort ct :菜 68 檯 [R LY T 3/ Sh du 各 M PPL TON ca T SUI HOUST 貨 mt 放鲥. its Catsup, M -ine of Kraft 館外賣紙盒 墊及批發: H0MF0RD RESTAURAN1 11 MILWEE STREET • t 專膂批發•罐蜎什 餃近新葳俄器專 侏證能存友 sson Oil, Hur and a Full I 大小餐I 1 PETER TOM ^ tR AL MAN ACER 美國失業率上升 快至戰後最高點 (苹.爾街=:银)忡勞;_虛公佈,. 月份失蹵4!-at分之八粘iL。比卜“ 月份增加•,!)份之'«.軲./..• 一昨.鄉濟家 分析‘> 預測rh纯濟岬奸之时失t屮矜 超過戰後之紀鉍rf分之九• 從W近抒炎的一此..報告常中,一 此-破紀銶的敕卞令灰來敕片的估况拙 未敢蘩觀•成年力忭通常是敁遲失/; 工作的人*11.:失業4'在十一月爲f-i分 之七點二*卜二 !1?更升¥.戰後的新紀 0S分之八• 一群在統計^h的所謂”失意•!". 人” •他們認爲找工作都坫徙勞無功 •所以便哲f'if't取丁“作•鴻群”失意 工人”的數.-J-'在第!1.乎是一 nn'^EM .作第四乍更h升罕;破紀緑之lff二 十萬. 那此、闪爲找f判令職L作或r作 被減¥.少過!--十/!.小時的”非全職X 人”十一月份的數字爲五百萬•In十 1 :!!:份却增¥.紀鉍忭的fi'.ffi:卜萬• 仃小邰份资.请14都抱怨這昨-惡劣 愦况邡Q'.ft根總統政策所做成• 讥列根政府fH次强调•小fr改變代一It 的纯濟政策, 據,H宫H.II新間宫發炎,列根政府 IHif-本年度下tyf-失1-敕卞將钤好轉 •=.扪絶透'^卜节年怙况將待怎樣* 他妆说••,「我們深f;r我們的步驟和計 刑科做成一It-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 February 1982

Southwest Chinese Journal World Trade Building Suite 802 1520 Texas Ave. Houston, Texas 77002 Tel: (713) 227-5426 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 保齡球場大放異彩 王安公司雷腦裝備 贈送麻州州立大學 番佑律師樓 JIMMIE F. Y. LEE ATTORNEY AT LAW Licensed Since 1957 General Practice of Law 526 一 1439 接理一切存關法律事務 4711 San Jacinto — Houston, Tx 77004 零》Cerituty cIi^vel Scr^cc 電脳叫新社 Automation _事迅速週到 代義卞球各人航今公…、‘/:刻開票 代理各大航空公司檝票 (713) 237-8080 (四繾) 孫華现 TRAVEl. SPfctlALIVl> FOK CROUPS & INDIVIUliAl S 609 FANNIN, LOBBY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 經售-内外禰票 Since 1963 • • • February 1-15’ 1982 (本報訊)每圮期一 一晚炎叻保齡 球場邰有四/{十位男女11朐相樂 玩球,昨疋月十九第一俩喈 段戌界终结時muebonnet球隊隊rt 閲毓彬封如存神助一樣,不論枚 §左或右進入,都能命中,連 打十個全分(strike )得一;丙六 十八分.常時不何溥得滿場常怦 ,尚fta得彩金不少•方年# 月份起至T前爲IK,關f-f佔俩人 分教敁卨地位,袖球g^-記g莉 小姐云"在ft月份球'ff结束時, 吣無人能取超過越過此分数,關 君可搏得一個大獎品,以兹紀念 云丨 - 驗: 德蔽斯州•曉士頓市 第七卷第三 其 曉城華僑之聲 波蘭事件的聯想 蝻近波州狨牛T !樁嵌Iff的 政治唞件,波S政苻突确成嘏法 •公開以武力餌禁IK罷 工,#.逮捕了敕以茁計的.丨人, 這'H件引起广叶界&阈密WJ的關 汴.芡國列根政莳1"||.]波蝴吟絲 g政苻提出「闕.'ll:,;lr」•町是 由於钻聯政府妆未ft抟介入楚m 及其他两方的,古峻有...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

CPC SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS, P. 3 • OPERATION INTERPRETER, P. 7 SUMMER LANGUAGE PROGRAM, P. 6 • MORE ON DR. FAN, P. 8 p , * Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY Vol. 7, No. 4 P.O. Box 18603 & flfr ft Houston, Texas 77023 February 16-28, 1982 Journal Banquet Honors Dr. Joyce Fan From left: U.S. Congressman MICKEY LELAND; Woman of the Year DR. JOYCE FAN; City Councilwoman ELEANOR TINSLEY; City Protocol Head CLINTINE CASHION, representing Mayor KATHY WHITMIRE; REV. LOK-TIN CHEUNG, Pastor of Chinese Baptist Church. Photo by Susie Lee A capacity crowd at the Southwest Chinese Journal's Chinese New Year Banquet at the China Garden Restaurant honored Dr. Joyce Wang Fan for her lifetime of dedicated service to the community and to her work as a Christian educator. Standing ovations before and after she spoke evidenced the love and respect accorded her by those in attendance. Seated at her table were her pastor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Lok-Tin Cheung of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

Page 2 r£} H-t 4(1 Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 Calendar =K=a sMs Activities and/or announcements for the Calendar section should be sent to the SWCJ, P. 0. Box 18603, Houston, Tx 77223, or call 227 5426 by the 11th or 27th of each month. Asian American Festival Committee will have a plan- ning session Feb. 20, Sat., 11 AM, at 1714 Tannehill. A potluck lunch will be served. Participants are encouraged to bring a dish from their native countries. For more information, contact Glenda Kaye Joe, 861-8270. Organization of Chinese American Women will con- duct a 1-day workshop on "Emerging Chinese & Asian American Women: Self-Reali- zation and Career Fulfill- ment," March 6, 8 AM to 5:30 PM, Registration is $10/person. Child care facilities are available. For more information, con- tact Dr. Esther Yao, 488-9405 U.S. China Peoples Friend- ship Assoc. is sponsoring three courses on Chinese culture—Tai Chi Chuan, taught by Cresali LaWell; Conversational Mandarin, taught...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 ^ Southwesl Chinese Journal page 3 Banquet - Appreciation On behalf of the organizers of the Southwest Chinese Journal Chinese New Year Banquet, we would like to thank and recognize the following for their generous contribu- tions of door prizes which helped make the Banquet a successful occasion. Mr. Nhon T. Lu of East Asia Corp. Mr. Arthur Poon of Island Trading Co. Mrs. Rose Kang Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lim Mr. and Mrs. Gene L. Lee Mr. James Tung Mr. Leong of Taiwan Restaurant Mrs. John Chan Dr. Weining Chang Mr. George Yeiter of Lockhart & Yeiter Mrs. Faye Chin Mr. and Mrs. Bill Der Bing Mr. David Jue of China Garden Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perez of American Wine Co. Mr. Roscoe Chow of American Wine Co. Houston Ballet, Chinese Artists Collaborate in March Houston Ballet's fourth repertory program, on March 4-7 in Jones Hall, will in- clude a new ballet by its Artistic Director, Ben Stevenson, titled "Zheng Ban Qiao." The ballet is a collabora- tion between artists f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

page 4 ^-1 p£] 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 Festival Gathers Steam, Rolls Plans for this year's Asian American Festival are now underway. Representatives from each Asian nationality partici- pating in 1981's festival were invited to the initial 1982 planning meeting on February 6 at the home of Glenda Kay Joe, 1981 chair- person. Over 25 members of the Houston community, includ- ing Japanese, Indian, Viet- namese and Chinese, heard Ms. Joe present the 1981 financial report, disclos- ing the Festival had accu- mulated over $3400 after expenses, and granted to funds of various community projects such as the Red Cross' citizenship classes now underway. Prior to the meeting, everyone enjoyed a potluck buffet, featuring delicious Asian dishes prepared by the participants themselves, portending perhaps the har- mony and diversity one can expect from the 1982 Asian EtT SHOPPE From left: LAI | EAN LEE, MARY SHEM, GEU ENG and MRS. HOMER NG at their booth for Chinese Bap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 COMMUNITY NEWS by June Dove Leong Attorney ROBERTA YANG left the Harris County District Attorney's office to be in private practice with her husband, Attorney FRANK ALVAREZ, at 2502 Fannin. On February 12th, Attorneys Yang and Alvarez hosted a party of 500 in their office in honor of Judge Leal who is running for 308 District Court. Included in the crowd was a congregation of twelve judges. ************* CONNIE L. LEO and DAVID M. LEE will be married on Satur- day the 6th of March at the Chinese Baptist Church with reception following in Family Life Center. Connie's father MR. YEE LEO is a Deacon at Chinese Baptist Church. ************ On February 18th GERTRUDE YANG presents a Chinese cookery demonstration for the Southeast Harris County Medical Society Auxiliary from 10 A.M. to noon at the Sunset United Methodist Church, 709 West Allendale in Pasadena. Gertrude will again appear March 4, 11, and 18th at the Sid W. Richardson I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

Page 6 & r£j ^ fa Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 Taiwan Summer Program Applications Due Applications for the 1982 Summer Language Training Program in the Republic of China (Taiwan) are now available from the Houston office of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs. Eligible to apply are American-born Chinese youths between the ages of 18 and 23 who have not pre- viously participated in the program. The program will begin early July and last through mid-August. For a tuition fee of US $200, the government of the Re- public of China will pro- vide room, board, books and local transportation during the training in Taiwan. Because of the many oppor- tunities the program has provided for young Chinese- Americans from throughout the United States to become acquainted with their cul- tural origins and with each other , many young Chinese Houstonians over the years have enrolled in the program, and relished the experience. Among Houstonians who enrolled in l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 r£j !'t Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 JUNE DOVE LEONC'S Message It is possible for you to develop cancer from fluori- dated water in the city of Houston. That is the stand taken by Dr. Albert W. Burgstahler, co-editor of the journal "Fluoride". President since 1973 of the International Society for Fluoride Re- search, and Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Kansas. The city of Houston voted to fluoridate Houston water w WWIWW* > to prevent tooth decay in children. Fluoridation was to have begun January 5th. A temporary restraining order was issued January 4th. A lawsuit brough against the city by local (the Safe Water Foundation of Texas) residents to prevent artificial fluoridation is now in the court of state District Judge Anthony J.P. Farris. Dean Burke, a Washington, D.C. biochemist who holds a doctorate, testified that thousands of lives could be saved from cancer deaths annually in the nation if artifi- cial fluoridation of water wer...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

Page 8 &] dft Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 For Dr. Joyce Fan by Allan Gor An acquaintance, no more materialistic than you or I, once told me, "It takes money to build a hospital." How true. We had been discussing the relative merits, I suppose, of a life of altruistic service to one's fellow man, as opposed to a life devoted to the pursuit of wealth, for whatever reasons, not necessarily all selfish. My friend, of course, had been justifying, the course of the more practical: "You can pursue wealth, and still use it to build something for the good of others." Or "The more money you make, the more good you could accomplish." Over the years, one continually learns that even with compromise, one's self-rightous integrity may not always be tarnished. Although difficult to achieve even under the best of circumstances, "having it both ways" is not impossible. The life achievement of Dr. Joyce Fan seems to bear a lesson for all of us, for her work has blessed the live...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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