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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

iw-iif -• OCTOBER 1984 ^7 rt} U t Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 5 Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chin Bong Chan By June Dove Leong In their lifetime, Dr. Lawrence Chin Bong Chan and his wife Maria havegained leadership recognition -she in the area of sports and he in the field of medicine. The U.S. played host to the Olympics this summer in Los Angeles. One can point with pride that Houstonian Maria Chan was an excellent badminton player, for as a young girl, challenged with the ace players from every part of the globe, Maria, representing Hong Kong as their favoritedaughter, gained third place in World Cup competition. Today, she is the loving mother of Stephanie and Kenny, both up and coming future "champs" and excellent students at Bellaire and St. Thomas More. Maria has served as co-chairman of the Parents and Teachers Association and has assisted in programs at St. Thomas More To his peers, Larry Chan is known as one of the "young turks", a complimentary expression used for young men s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

PAGE 6 & ifj Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER J 984 f & HIS TIME — By G<orgi G— Quite often we have a tendency to measure the life of a person by the amount of wealth he or she has acquired during their lifetime. The wealth includes houses, possessions and mostly material goods. The life of wealth also receives recognition, prestige and the person becomes a leader within the community. But there are others... As a young boy, I once met a young man who was a friend of my elder sister. I met him when he attended church, and remembered him because the group was very small. He was never loud, but had a quietness around him that commanded attention. He did have a way of greeting those around him with a friendly smile. In the years to come, I watched him raise a pretty large family, and often wondered why anyone would want a family larger than three. The wonder even extended into the area of how will they be supported or what sacrifices will be made through the years to bring ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

S.B. Woo wins in Delaware primary OCTOBER 1984 Southwest Chinese Journal By Sneri Tan TENNIS CHAMP Michael Chang By June Dove Leong In the World of Tennis, there is an embryonic Chi ufc&ya mdv* PAGE 7 nese star. Reams have been written about him in the nation's news media. To name a few - the San Diego Times, the World Journal, U.S. Tennis, the Chinese Daily News, the Houston Chronicle, and the Houston Post. Growing famous is the name Michael Chang. Only 12 years of age, he is the son of Joe and Betty Chang of a suburb of San Diego, La Costa, California. His father, Joe Chang, a polymer chemist with the Kelco Co., a subsidiary of Merck Corporation in San Diego, is Michael's only tennis coach Michael spends 2 V? to 3 hours a day on the court with his dad. Two weeks ago, Michael rose to the No. I position in the USTA National 12s played at the Houston Racquet Club. Boys from throughout the world with talent potential are invited to compete in the 12,14,16, and 18 age catego- ries....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

PAGE 8 & itj "f fa Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1984 MIDDLE AGE NUTRITION By Beverly Jean Gor, M S., R. D. Because of advances in preventive health care, more and more people are living longer and enjoying life more. From my friends who work in hospitals, I hear that hospital admissions are down nationwide. Good nutrition plays an integral role in having good health through your middle and senior years of life, so for the next few months, I will be addressing the nutritional concerns of middle age and older adults Today, we will discuss the need for calcium. Q: Do older Chinese people need milk? A: The answer is yes and no. It is well known that several ethnic groups such as Orientals, Blacks, Medi- terraneans, Jews, southern and central Europeans, and American Indians have difficulty drinking milk because of a condition known as "lactose intolerance." However, milk is an excellent source of calcium, ribo- flavin, vitamin A and vitamin D. In fact, without milk in the diet, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

OCTOBER 1984 西南時報 Chinese Journal PAGE 9 亞美國家fil5〒 ASIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 本行為優待休士頓地區各大專院校, 華裔亞裔在學學生,特設學生有息活 期存 荐欠(NOW Accounts ), 歡迎各校同 學來行面洽或撥電話229 —9111。 本行營業時間:星期一至星期四上午九時至下午四時 星期五 上午九時至下午五時半 星期六 上午十時至下午二時 本行地址:2020 McKINNEY, 713-229-9111 HOUSTON, TX 77003 h dvpioilor inaurvd In • M " ■ " 1 FDIC 林鈦銘會計師卞務所 JOHN LIN & CO. CPA Coinpuleri/cd Accountii)^ Services 電睬記帳、^ffr lucomc 1 ax Write Up & Plamimg 所得优申报與扰谈紂釗 General Business Consultation —舦两務顴問,公司纂紅 Loan and Mortgage Application 喵助貧舦申时 Houston Office: New Orleans Office 72/9 South Gessner 4307 Airline Hwy. Houston, TX 77036 Mela/riet LA 70001 713-271-0155 S04-833-8437 mm TAKE OUT ORDERS 1980 S. POST OAK AVAILABLE HOUSTON, TF.XAS 77056 AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960-8000 HUNAN CUISINE 960-8001

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

PAGE 10 <&) t£| 4PL Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1984 ANCIENT CHINESE PILLOWS Webster's defines pillow as "something used to sup- port the head of a person resting or sleeping; especially a sack or bag made typically of cloth and filled with a soft or resilient material — feathers, down, hair, sponge rubber." Traditionally, Chinese pillows were neckrests made of stone, wood, or pottery. More comfortable pillows were made of stalks of plants, leaves, and flowersall rolled up However, most Chinese people in the olden days looked down on soft pillows, because they felt that softness resulted in a loss of vitality. Ancient Chinese people believed, as recorded in Tao Shou, that sleeping on a porcelain pillow would assure one's eyes were clear and bright, so that even when old, one could still read books with small characters. The book noted that the porcelain pillow was popular at court. The ancient Chinese also believed, without a shadow of doubt, that the porcelain pillow c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

. -Iv - I OCTOBER 1984 ^ i^J "t I. Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 11 VICARIOUS LIVING By WEINING CHANG, Ph.D. Psychologist I saw an old friend in the supermarket the other day; I had not seen her since her wedding a couple of years ago. She was always a high achiever, higher than most. I remember in high school days, she would stay in the laundry room in the dorm to study, because lights were not allowed in the students' rooms. Even then, there was such competitiveness in her that she had to be best in everything. She was one of the first to get married in my graduating class, another chievement in those days, when girls got married and boys went on with their careers. I asked how she was doing She said she was in a hurry, because she had to send her son to a piano lesson and daughter to a dance lesson. The kids also went to an "early reading class" so they could read earlier than other kids. On weekends, she continued, the kids go to Chinese lessons for eight hours and practice for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

札贺中雀民S#,类成 祝賀三民主人蓼萬炙 意礼捣楨共唱中.華歌 鼓事齊肷同埯雙十ip CHORUS: Long Live the Republic of China, Long Live Doctor Sun's Three Principles. And sing with pride of China today, When the happy joyous songs are played. 同絶一齊來々•祝闽泠 甙贺中桊民阄的浞枚 Let's all celebrate the Double Tenth, And wish China a Happy Birthday. • AGE 12 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1984 受誉老金.回答只能得(11「否J字 •可是,在美中肿係正常化以後, 這I新的貼係帶來新£情况-於掙 •fslis I個問韪也相對地出現新的 变化和#展•社轉安全届荃埠負青 人説.[SJ去定居g美籍塞睁老人rHI 樣每月按時收到美勘社會安全局鱼 盛頓總部寄給他們的餐老金• 新的開係新的變化 這些老垂衡.,回國定居•能按 期領得脊老金•得來不易• 有先,它涉及到美中兩s之間 恥係未正常化之前£凍結資産問韪 .雙方未按完滿斛決.不僅貿易受 阻,外睢也不通• 隞後.美中兩S在|力七力年 簽訂了負易的協議.也處理了凍结 的資産問II.阽之而來聞始了美中 兩祖銀行界的交往•以至互設分行 ,雙方貨幣也從此暢通. 這些兩幽友好肿係的發展,無 疑地爲老垂僑tejte定居安享餘年叫 心鼬III造了有利g條件• 與此向時.美S政府杜會安全 局iifefii從前那些早已回返中晚大 陸退休定居旧美籍人員的脊老金款 項. 手靖如何說來簡便 社#安全局紐約市分局I位負 貴Aife去曾回答i®本報的詢問•他 説— r那些現時已經在紐取#老金 的返休者-如果決定要回中碘大降 |'必須在他們勦程離開美國前首先 到社會安全局辦理有關轉换地址手 纊•例如説明起程U期等等•」他 同時指出,r這樣,社曾安全局便 #把他們每月的支票寄到中蚺大陸 上最接近他們未來居處的那|間駐 華大使飽或紐事館•然後.他本入 每月要耖自去那禅铂取•」 JJ?在,該局垂墙分局負賨人也 如杲説.並説.即使在雇村•铂* 館每月也會按地址將支票寄到公社...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

h午九時f-t: h時f-‘ 英語i-/r•中師悅忖巧洁卞丨1巧1 |/f- i- -il'f ^ t" '.H'f ! 英枬主日舉•播上午崇拜聚食 F午一時半节三時•中文乎校 晚丨六時:一英語晚喷诣邛聚會 CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services 9:30 • 10:30 AM English Service Chinese Sunday School 11 AM. • Noon English Sunday School Chinese Service 1:30-3 PM Chinese School 6:00 PM English Evening Service ALL ARE WELCOME! 府港雷縣 領專登水 導程醫步一 返院區中 港來旅國 澳主•港新 同持九鄕聞 胞赀月親社 代基十雷廣 表儀一登州 團式日先九 參•贷生月 加江基獨十 了門•資三 贷市盂捐曰 基及登建屯 典台先的吣 禮山生“1由 •縣從水台 政摴步山 月華酒家 YET WAH RESTAURANT 5627 BEECHNUT ( at Hillcroft) TEL: 981 0893《Maplewood Mall) Open 7 days a week (Luncheon Special) WWWww^wwwwwwwWWWWwW Cuz-N-Laws Wholesale Cash & Carry Co. OPEN TO PUBLIC 輕館用M 食品l具備 苓仿批發 歡迎光顧比較 紙H 紙巾紙杯 GULF F RWV. 3510 Leeland at Scott CUZ-N LA\A/S K O Houston, Tx 77003 1 O u c/> (713; 236 8921 LEELAND OCTOBER 1984 西南時報 Southwpst Chinese Journal PAGE 13 ,^聞 新國中 敬請代裨 狀迎诛胞赴會 主日J«水會時間 -士顿辜人汝信ft 台山縣其樂鄕三省中學落成 (中國新聞社廣州九月十一日電)由台山 縣其樂鄕旅外鄕親ff]款阀建的「三肖中印」於 九月七日落成使用。 三省中學敎學樓爲兩味,建築面褚一...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

巧製各n正宗粤菜 由前明宫m家黄國崇師傅主理廚務 3130 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 77098 Restaurant 黃國 (713) 523-4111 本號專營鑽石及各種首飾 以枇發價格零售 飲迎華友惠臨光繭 ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COME Upstairs ;: Jewelers 6 WHOLESALE PRICES TO QUAIJFIKD CUSTOMKRS SHAPF. SIZK PR丨(卞 Round 1.00 $4.400 Round .75 1.650 Pear 1.50 2,900 Pear 2.50 8,700 INVESTMENT 擎 Oval .50 $750 Oval 1.00 2.625 Marq. 1.50 3.300 Marq. 2.20 8,750 :OlOK I AKIT VVS ; VS SI I vs; DIAMONDS VS: VVS : SI VS NATIONAL BANK OF COMMFRCE #920 Sharpstown Mall, 7500 Bellaire 270-1054 f -• ‘•: 中華文化服務中心 提供選民登記服務 【本報訊】中華文化服務中心- ,楼於一向服務僑界的宗旨, 近期開辦新項目「選民登記‘ ,文化中心備有選民登記戎• 請有投票權的各界人什於十月 六日前辦妥登記手绩•登記時 應注葸囀項t!i括丨 :1)如改變姓名住址者请於選_ 前!十日通知{ Tax Assessor colector.s ) —税IH處。 ⑵如遗失選民證件请通知 浦發• ⑶在遷移新址/L十•大内“!仍汴 简選區投sr ⑷必須依照選民證件上^銶的 選 < 轄)區投?小• (5)爲選期無法投票荇特作選啭 期前的四至二十:n舉行先行 投叫T如有任何疑問請沿丨 1丨八〇〇.一 ril.11.九六 -1〇 (6)|九八叫年選爭:;:期備K . A十月六円—大選饪記贼止 日)«!• H 月十七mI爲選辦说tl- 無法投票I者舉行先行投 票期開始丨 C十一月I 1日—爲選舉期中 無法投票者先行投票期截 11-.日, D十一月六日丨大選日時間 爲早七時至晚七時止• 中_常前的政治,纯濟形勢和| 對外開放政浪的A/J[fn, 了進一步發狀中关纯濟玫碭關一 係的liuMJr ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

CHIEF CANDY CO 649.55尊6 糖果、玩具批發 達利紙料 ONL DAY StRVICh I OR RUSH ORDtR A當11訂購A當丨丨送货A 卑門供應畢人爸纟ti各植外贪纸盒、紙具、紙林、紙巾,, 茧話rr貨•專人送達價錢公道•歡迎比較各類紙具 Tel: (713) 991-2754 歡迎批發及本忾 DX^O 應俱全 中國城好舖位出租 SONNY WOO of GEORGE W JONES, INC. HAVE: 50 - Unit Mote! Convenience Store Property for Sale and Lease in Chinatown WANT: Income Producing Properties Please call — (713) 961-4131 唐咎館出讓 八“^^老招牌,好地位,柬方裝飾, 打大停寧場,柬主退休,不耍 ’別愛廉伯出讓,如打意營業fi,勿 失良機。_ I-^stabl ished Or ienta 1 Resi:auran t business. Owner desires to re- tire . Excellent: location. Ample parkir.g spaces . On mai 11 t bo- rough f arc. Cci! 1 after 4 pm (512) 442-9251 本报中面合雙 無文字义隔膜 讀者普及全擒 廣告收奶宏大 OCTOBER 1984 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 服務週到 享利羅巴市琪i 送貨快捷 濟社消息 等問ST此次之午膳特别由亞 美國家銀行所供應云• 中國十一國慶 休市各界熱烈慶祝 【本報訊】今年是中華人民共 和國三十幵週年的大璇,北京 天安門已粉飾|新,裝上燈飾 r振興中華」和「祖國萬歲」 的诺虹燈標語,節日的氣铽十 分澳烈•由於麂業生產增加, 人民生活改挎,開放政策在順 利進行•令國人民都在歡欣鼓 舞中來迎接這一年一度的國鳗 中華人民共和國駐休斯敦 總領,館及僑界各社g,進入 九月即喊開熱烈的慶祝籌備活 勡,十月一日晚六時半總領书 館舉行摩祝招待舍,將有四百 餘人出席•硝時當有|桥盛况 十月四日中國栝術國蒞臨 休斯敦,凡日晚本市華人協舍 設洗萑售,歡迎該W,六日晚 由華人...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1984

城 州 顿 Southwest Chinese Journal P. O. Box 18603 Houston, Texas 77223 227-5566 murnmnmmumTmmui, BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 OCTOBER 1984 西南時報 Chinese Journal 難 A(ew^ Ceqtury "Trhvel Service @ 新世紀旅行社 Computerized Services - 代理全球各大航空公司立刻開票 電脳訂位 We know how to satisfy your needs in travel! (713) 237-8080 (四繾) Humphrey Sun 孫辜现 609 FANNIN, LOBBY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 Since 1963 IHI i« 西湖麵廠 (713)658-1700 % WEST LAKE NOODLE 2902 Caroline Houston Tx 77004 進丨nMamn 尨館供應屮心 家庭食品總■ _ 中國擴大慶祝國慶 天安門举行大閱兵 【本報訊】十月j n天安門赍 場啭行的國墘大遊行,4、有./.. 十萬人參加•參加閱it:满A的 中tsa'-K隊穿斤新的'K服"閲兵 式展出外稀中國新款的武器装 備:包恬中桦埤彈、空防飛彈 ,新款iflyd;車和&粕現代化武 器•閱兵俑式结束後,中國中 央軍委翎導人鄧小平將發炎講 話• 今趟屮1;爲呦祝it_£卜 71:週年,而啭行的盛大閲兵和 群衆遊行,足近二卜叫年來的 頭一次,中國常InjK將_哓的 愤况,透過人造衛¥|«'0令!«:界 廣播, 台灣將成大 慶祝雙十節 【台北訊】今牢雙卜全 國各界將盛大晻祝• _瞄日常 天,估計將有| 一十幵萬民衆, 齊集總统府的遊行讲會,噃祝 這f光輝燦爛的n-f, 國瞭nlw一天十月九日下 午,令_各界將啭辦萬衆|心 大畲。-Hn上午,令國民衆估 計將有二十/{.萬人,要作總統 府前免會嘞祝,隨後並將遊行 市區。下午齐民間遊柝WW, 將'^氓總统府的哜場,衣演民 俗技藝,嗤柷_啳。常天晚上 丨令_&界將_辦國晻晚_, 令民共歡,M時,車々也將女 援施放焰火,供民衆觀ri'。 幽内三文...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1984

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY I VOL. 9, NO. 1 1 P.O.BOX 18603 it $ HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 NOVEMBER 1984 Essay Contest AWARDS CEREMONY left to right : Anna Lee, Ealv Lim, Dick Lew The Southwest Chinese Journal essay contest award ceremony was held in the Conference Room of the Asian American National Bank on Saturday, October 27th. Mr Gene Lee, publisher of the Southw- est Chinese Journal expressed his appreciation to all participants and for all present "Houston's Chinese Americans WE'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES" was the essay theme for eligible college, high school and mid- dle school students. Chairman of the Board of the Asian American National Bank Bill Woo introduced sponsors who pres- ented awards to the winners. Henry S H. Lee. Secre- tary of the bank and Director of the Southwest Chinese Journal presented University of Houston sophomore Ealy Lim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gin Wey Lim, with a first prize check of $500. Humphrey Sun of New Century...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1984

PAGE 2 r£j jfH Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 COMING EVENTS CIVIL RIGHTS GONE ASTRAY? James Shimoura, Detroit, Michigan, of American Citi- zens for Justice, will speak on the Vincent Chin Murder Case, Four Seasons Hotel, Austin Room, third floor, 1300 Lamar, Downtown Houston, November 17,1984 at 2 PM. No admission charge. Sponsored by The Asian American Bar Association, with The Council of Asian American Organizations and The Japanese American Citizens League THE AMERICAN CITIZENS FOR JUSTICE This group traces its beginnings to the night of June 19,1982, when 27-year-old Vincent Chin, a Detroit draftsman, went out with a couple of friends to cele- brate his upcoming wedding. Patrons in a bar began abusing Chin and his companions, subjecting them to a hail of racial epithets. But the tragedy did not end there. Two men, father and step-son, cornered Chin in a nearby parking lot; one beat him to death with a baseball bat. Brought up on state manslaughter charges several months...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1984

& rtj 8# ^il Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 3 PASTOR LOK-TIN CHEUNG'S 25 YEARS AT CBC Wmte* By Hugh Chin A large crowd came to church on Sunday morning, September 30, 1984 People from all parts of Houston had come to pay tribute to Rev. and Mrs. Lok—Jin Cheung, for their 25 years of exemplary service to the Chinese community. Perhaps we can say that his spiritual pilgrimage - began in 1954, when he entered full-time ministry as an interim pastor at the Chinese Christian Union Church in Chicago. He later became assistant pastor of the Chinese Presbyterian Church in New Orleans, and eventually became a regular pastor of the Chinese Baptist Mission of El Paso for 3'/? years In 1959, the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Conventionn allowed him to transfer here to Houston, by a special request from the Chinese Baptist Church of Houston, Texas. The main reason for his transfer was that Houston had ten times as many Chi- nese as El Paso. Pastor Cheung is very thankful to God ...

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PAGE 4 & it] Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS Daniel Chin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chin, is a National Merit Scholar at Rice University. He recently was granted early decision admission to Baylor Col- lege of Medicine to begin his medical studies in Sep- tember, 1985. Among celebrants of Double Ten at the Adams Mark Hotel were members of the Houston Chinese Opera Society as pictured Front row from left to right: Eva Ling, Hung-yin Chao, Director Hsium T-wen. Left to right back row: W. S. Ling, Joan Sun, Humphrey Sun. Diana and Frederick Chan welcomed their first born on Saturday, October 13, 1984 Ashley Corey Chan weighed 7 lbs., 1 oz. The happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Fong Lew of San Antonio, and Mr. and Mrs. Konrad Chen of Hong Kong. Roberta M Vang, Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Dept. of Justice in the Southern District of Texas, has been elected 1984-85 president of the Organization of Chinese Americans, Houston Chapter. Brandon Lee Thor...

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NOVEMBER 1984 «*> MIDDLE AGE NUTRITION By Beverly Jean Gor, MS., R.D. Recently there has been a lot of talk about fiber and the health benefits it can provide. Perhaps this infor- mation can help you better understand what fiber is and how it can help you, especially if you suffer from constipation, hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, or other irritable bowel symptoms. Q: What is fiber? A: Fiber is often referred to as "roughage" or "bulk." It is indigestible carbohydrate, that is, the body cannot use food fiber for energy or nutrients. Sometimes you will see the fiber content of food expressed as "crude fiber,"sometimes as "dietary fiber." The term, "dietary fiber" is more significant to the layperson because it is the actual amount of substance that a human cannot digest whereas, crude fiber analysis involves using strong acids and alkalis not found in the human diges- tive tract. Q: What foods have fiber in them? A: Whole grain products such as whole wheat bread, bran cereals and oat...

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PAGE 6 &] ft] ^ fa Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 IN HIS TIME — By G*org« Go A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE ALBERT C.B GEE The Chinese community as it exists today, isafarcry from the early beginning when I arrived as a country boy from a little town in Arkansas. The city of Houston was an eye opener for me, and I was wondering if such a place existed. My arrival was timely, because it was at this time that I met a person who seemed to be ahead of his time. He was a young man with a limited education, but who had the personality and charm to reach out and snag a scholarly student who eventually became his helpmate. I remember as a growing teen that he had an early spat with his wife and sent me to her on an errand of mercy to say that he was sorry. I did not quite under- stand my mission at that time, but it worked, and that was one of his many gifts. He appeared to have tre- mendous foresight, and that foresight has given mean- ing to future generations of Chinese who would mak...

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NOVEMBER 1984 Southwest Chinese Journal PAGE 7 THE PEOPLES'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA CELEBRATION OF 35TH ANNIVERSARY V" -v' Mayor Kathryn J. \Miitmire and Consul General Tang Consul General and Mrs. Tang Xingbo held a recep- tion at the Consulate on the evening of October 1,1984 celebrating the 35th Anniversary of the Founding of the People's Republic of China More than 900 guests attended the reception. Among them were Honorable Kathryn J. Whitmire, Mayor of Houston and Honorable Louie Welch, Presi- dent of Houston Chamber of Commerce, Houston City Council Members Eleanor Tinsley and Jim Green- wood, Chief of Houston Police Department Lee P Brown and other officials from federal and local governments. Also present were consular officials from various Houston Consular Corps, persons from various organizations, such as Houston Chapter of the U.S. China Peoples Friendship Association, Houston Chapter of the National Association of Chinese Ameri- cans, China Cultural Society of Texas and Lou...

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PAGE 8 ^ "f -15. Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1984 ARTIST R. C. WONG By June Dove Leong "John Connally makes himself perfectly at home while posing for his portrait in Austin, for he enjoys going into my kitchen to brew for himself his own cup of coffee, while I capture his likeness on canvas," revealed R. C. Wong as she spoke of the man of fame who once served in the administration of President Lyndon B Johnson and a former Governor of Texas. Mrs. Wong recently completed an executive oil. A large unveiling celebration took place at the Headlin- ers Club. The subject, J Brown, founder of Brown, Roe, Maroney, Barber, the largest law firm in the state capital The painting now hangs in the conference room of the lawyers' new building Although Mr Brown is deceased, R C. Wong worked with associates who knew Mr Brown well, who told of his many good deeds and characteristics. From photographs and the gradual unfolding process of verbal recollections of the man, the painting became a ...

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