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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

盼卟八钺,M竹-r((-./l.r萬 港尤。在第六卜-• 陡帏六卜六矜e,爲令球第 .‘卨的陡轉荇鈀,/-Si -小tt.'f 0,而坫九爷多方呎, 0四行多客位。 香 〔杏港消n〕 ^ 么口 港 ftQll.人;fl柬,T, ^ ^ W-.叱u扑喂人1^ 高科,|^|碎:,||7{.1 呎 建A 、褪」:问/\”六时, 0、'LJ'itHy 傲視溆,E亞 喊高S「,..和屮心」。 炉過它^他||*1:乍港骹」:1 £ 0尚刖尺唆,尔足史 落^免亞^」:1迚築物, 成大比之屮環的少樂人 ■ > --JC OAD -<-u J J - • i • , i “ | 夏 ;l f. r九呎。該人屯迚築 圖片説明••中國省長代表園團長習仲勋(右三) 凌青大使(右一)四1'丨丨省長魯大東(右二)美中 關係協會會長羅森(右四)悔子強(中)米國釣 大使(左二)華商瑰會會長應行久(左一)合影 The Taste No One Dares to Challenge ! 11 NOW 舉 推 銷 Enjoy your favorite Royal Crown Cola product in our new 16 oz. convenient quick chilling, resealable, six pack of bottles m 别歡通 特 Li &3 m ROYAL CROWN OF HOUSTON. INC 1810 MILBY STREET HOUSTON, TEXAS 77003 713 222-8911 mm R C Co l e • Dads Root Beer • Big Red Diet Rite Nehi • Upper 10 • Lipton Tea • Lemon Tree Canada Dr\ 老陳 植r政治」活勦,把華人間旳跅離拉 遠了。而一般旳傰胞大家都寧願+參 加任伺旳魄躞紀念,以免帶來一#:向 某一政襍認同成r炎態」旳感资。國 慶紀念也就失去原來旳,MaT,這補 不合理現象是否大家都應思考一下呢 / •S A o 5 t fl- 南 西 一九八〇年H 月 ■乂 a多,樾勒全HLs^,il好出和 M 角 1 § ^ 國慶有威 4S 今年是嘵t,¥巾召史以米举人旨次 在十月間分別舉行吶個不同旳吨險沽 動,除了由闷方6]外‘...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

中國旅遊紀勝 今織I 夏戚夷 HAWAIIAN TEA GARDEN 4402 A - N.SHEPHERD - HOUSTON.TX 77018 TEL (713) 697 5070 堂食外寶七天|市 歡迎光顧 星期一及星期二上午九時至下午三時 星期三至星期日上午九時至晚上十時 ■o HAWAIIAN TEA GARDEN Westcross w ^ Crosstimbers Z Sears Roebuck Loop (610) HIEF CANDY CO 649-5586 糖果、玩具批發 Pi j (货快处服伤週到★ VIDEO STATION SONY - RCA - MAGNAVOX- PANASONIC - JVC RENT VIDEOCASSETTE MOVIES ALL RATINGS TV s, VCR's, VCR CAMERAS. GIANT SCREENS BLANK TAPES 、 AND ACCESSORIES 7655 CLAREWOOD AT FONDREN (713)776-8380 分期1寸岸久子績簡周、 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal ■九八〇年十一月 胡才傑 洛陽的牡丹*足名昍全阈的,「洛陽牡丹甲 天下」的句,不斷培存到今天,拊帀一西多种。 牡丹是名W花•我欣赏到「下:城公[51」的敁好, 所以我攝下数張爲樣木。 卅一晚十一時,乘隴海火审往西安,_切都 是安作化,大WE入脾 乘其也休,0,了。{0我^ 將到一處,腦海中繁迥不已,榈來時,身祚陝两 竹境,峽tf泎火市兩旁飛逝„榀口都足堆徘土 ,經長年累月風雨的a蝕,深潢以矜野^,四安 市在罕,六月|日总H”不久,七時抵迖屯站,下 榻人民大嗫,長夜巿上勞顿,洗滌後一身舒蚂, 往食早粲0 西安,古稱只安的京城,-rr三千多年狀史, 遝保存很好的城徜所包阅,古代經濟政治和文化 的中心,留下,沾的脒史文物和古跡,先後十一 俩钥代坤藏在IMI衷,冇半坡石器兵馬俑逍址,贪 始堂的阿房宮,让於枭三十五年,杜牧s賦時已 距千多年,膾炙人口,「一 1川溶溶,流入{M牆, 五步一樓,十步lfHJ」。後楚WI王開入咸陽殺了 1 I世子嬰,放火燒了阿记'IV,I ,傅説燒了—;侗月, 「楚人一炬,可憐焦土」,杜牧又爲之唤.U。照 址測此殿大如一個球埸,位於臨淹縣,今之》...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

GUEHJiraGuaGirEHJUBGUDGiraGUBGiraGuaGuaGiraG 束亞*属分司 EAST ASIA CORPORATION % 2301 CALHOUN HOUSTON, TEXAS 77003 TE L . 71 3-225-1 076 225-1 152 象鄉食品 ♦ 暖頭敕資 今海《 港B名复 ORIENTAL FOOD PRODUCTS & GIFTS IMPORT- EXPORT. WHOLESALE • GnaGnSGnEHHJlSGJlDGilEHZnDGnDGnDGilDGnDGJlEMZJlEHinSGneGnDGJlEJenS 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 一九八〇年十一月 视在大陴的毛澤tli,ft种的蔣介石,咖倘死 對頭遝不下耜,yMIl'l^h」lln汸打的心现,或片 死化之猙,而欲治九人民? 紀念党俯瞰天安E:的廣埸,全州乳白石迚成 ,1九四九年時,毛深柬忖在此地將紅旗升到全 國上空,今天,吸引巧來{E世界X地的遊艿和國 民,:战地臨時缻影服栉處,阐滿人群,我都在3 圾描?3trr多歡倫的遊踪,多樣的大胶埸,那輿钤 放過呢? 故-K,又稱紫禁城。是明淸咖代的兑莒P现 爲中國鉍大M完整的古代建築,至今心五百五十 多年歴史,忖冇過11十四侗封51的.',':帝在:iii'與過 其涅逸生活,縱觀3此.純峨雄说的建築物,大紅 的柱子,朱紅的城II,彩色的玻璃瓦,婢玉雕的 -v'vm,襯芯浼白玉石的殿堪和雕欄,3是天衣無 0 ,巧赍•入工的製作,幣個iw殿都足古代鹎術的 5&華P設計和佈,/{-卜“-‘?級制度,分前後中三 大部份,前太和、屮和、保和三殿爲中心,俗稱 r金墻殿」,後冇六宵,傾房吊就冇九百多n'.J, 環繞矜r-rMI j十多尺的城艄,三十多尺澗的跑城河 ,此外s有城垣,角m^,廣大妞笼物甩羅棋佈 丨我們花了四倘鲔頭時問,只疋馬肴花rr了 一半 ,艿他只放眼〒去,爲之咋舌m啖。據說,太和 殿每一新皂帝卽位,要抬到那炎柃份片刻,然後 上殿卽位典紡。保和殿,则足殿试的埸所,進士 、狀元、榜眼、探花就在那衷涎生的。參觀三大 殿之後,領隊小姑娘跟芥'Jlii乾淸殿和丧心殿, 是每一«u帝店忭和活#的地方,慈嵴太后忖rt-Li 衷榀「珉帘聽政」•桁使忖國藩,今鴻t£等...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

一月 一九八〇年十一月 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 10 禪 銜 世界可比一大果子園,人皆園中 的果樹。没有棱4'紀果的。有化見好 思想,說好話,做好事,他就像好樹 ,結好果。有的人想不好的思想,說 不好的話,做不好的事,他就像壞樹 ,結壞果。樹的好壞,與果子的好壞 ,有極密切的關係。好樹不钤結壞果 子;照樣壞樹也不铃結好果子。桃樹 只生桃;頻果樹只生頻果,這是各從 其類。 今天的問题:就是所有園中的果 樹,統統都壞r 「没有義人,連 一個也没有」。因此没有好果子。在 思想上没有好果H 「人的罪惡很 大,終日所思想的,都是罪惡」。在 言語上没有好果子——「他們用舌頭 弄詭詐,嘴唇衷有虺蛇的毒氣。在 行爲上没甸好果子——「世人都犯了 罪,虧缺了神的榮耀。」所以今日 的世界盖要拯敉•,今日的世人,亟待 救恩。 要桃樹結蘋果,只有一個辦法, 就是用移植之法,將頻果樹移接在桃 樹上,頻果就籍着桃樹,鹚傲結頻果 。我們今日若要結好果,也要照樣把 主耶穌移植在我們的生命上,主耶穌 就藉着我們結佳美、良善、黉岙的果 子。你說:「蘋果樹雖已接上,饵下 面一小段的桃樹,尙會生桃葉、桃枝 ……。」因此我們要時時修妈,把桃 葉、桃枝剪去,叫頻果結得更多。照 樣我們也得在我們的「自我」上,加 以修ri,算si己死了,不洱給他有發 長的機#。 你要作一棵好樹麼?你要結好果 子麼?惟一的方法,就是與耶穌聯接 。請你禱吿說:「主耶穌阿,感謝祢 ,f來住在我心。我願祢來。」 r現在斧子已經放在樹根上,凡 不結好果子的樹,就砍下來,丢進火 裏!」「凡於耶穌,結果f的,祂 就修理乾淨,使技子結果子更多!」 轉攸屮!:(,)徒月刊 I 婷 婷 婷 錚 婷 停 i 婷 婷 美國發明高效避孕海棉 力㈣加州^Al^.l'l殮.:公 •f'/.Hlu,.¥ 發明.沖妞7^海綿,比r>''ltl'ti避屮〜法史h 阽史釘效。狃^:''||#川2|凇-<||科,.汝即4作:(]!::? «:](+):::枚人 r.>11内,它將芯Ar-tvl'lw,5?.-v: , Mll'f能|%發出• ^ 说把牯rrf!滅。C:,A驗如棉狃^的. 屮,hl'i.'//-\-扎卜八[rj收效。心過-沖^榀 耍/1;. h 八• •,1—尺批製-;;,,--推出||]|^|...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

日 Es. 檢 NATIONAL 盛 大公 演 from the Republic of China TAIPEI TAIWAN by arrangement w;th Harold Sha November 12 8 PM MUSIC HALL Featuring: • ENCHANTING MUSIC AND DANCE • RITUAL SWORD FIGHTING • SINGtNG, DANCING AND MIME • BREATHTAKING ACROBATICS • THE ART OF KUNGFU CHINESE OPERA TICKETS S3.50-S15.50, available now at the Houston Ticket Center in Jones Hall and all Tickctron outlets. For Group Sales call 227-1111. Charge single tickets at 227-ARTS Presented by S| a Society for the Performing Arts RICHFIELD FOUNDATION wit tlonal Endowment for the Arts, a Federal Aneocv This performance sponsored by ATLANTIC RICHFIELD FOUNDATION with the suoport of the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Natl 好消息!請傭胞注意。 據此地消息豳通人士誚,乙間大型中國超級市場 將在本市西南區開幕,除海鮮,果蔬,食品雜貨外 ‘另闢有燒臘邰,請讀者密切注意本報下期廣吿。 CLASSIFIED ADS 商場上整個二樓出租 ENTIRE 2ND FLOOR FOR LEASE 11,200 SQ. FT., VARIOUS SIZE OFFICES & ONE APT., FRONT & REAR PARKING, SUBLEASING ALLOWED. 45 CENTS SQ., FT: TOTAL SPACE. TEL. 643-9512 体士屯p $區遺激.本:店為服资两±b區餍 晚 利徵...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

JO 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 12 _丨11國IE 国國11國國國画__國____画■國_國國画画邏_國画丨_u_u_u_ijgi]ggiiggiggjj 餐 C . S : C liT II 1 i p c c 丨- • lo r呢 aHLA JOUG ^1 E a8w i /% 2 開幕期間 特別優待 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77024 電話:464-2904 •南北名菜 •京滬麵點 蒙古烤肉• 星期一休息 飲饗東南亞^ 南洋商報: '大人餐廳的榮式,佈趵和服務都足第一流的,扒惯錢却 是經濟贲惠,氣氛是老少咸宜* “ 星洲日報:"大人餐廳已經成爲家庭小吃、親友货客,和週太消逍的 佳地。“ 新明日報:々大人餐廳眞吋稱爲風格嶄新、舒適優雅、味美忾也•丨' ▲大人餐庭將保持多年來的聲譽,爲僑胞和國人服務么 KATV FWY J0SKES 0UEN5BURV KIMBERLEY LN MEMORIAL DR 画画画画画画画画画画_画画IMMfMlMMIMIMfMfl j\a\aig\gu8\BunB)e\ais\5\5Mg\5is\ngfi\s\nneuRn«aBiBUB^us\MM am""""""""" Ilolly Produce Co.Jnc. ! § 曉 2524 AIRLINE DRIVE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77009 OFFICE NUMBER - 864 7744 24 HOUR NUMBER - 861-6174 WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 供應中西瓜菜 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii HOUSTON CHINESE CHURCH 4000 MAIN STREET at S W.FRWY 三 (713) 528-1649 HOUSTON Tx.77002 : =1早堂崇拜(國語英語)上午九時半 三 三:午堂崇拜(國話粵語)上千十一時 : =中主日學(4B兒至成年)九時半 H"—时兰 三國語文班(國語粵浯英語)下午一時半三 謹敌 三舍 lEfE^EEflEEEEEEEEEfEEEflEilflllEfi iiiiiiniiiiia HOLLY ON丨SHI, JR. HARVEY ONISHI iS\g\g\g\g\g\glglg\8\gU^g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 November 1980

13 $3 rft ^ ill Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 In 1972, the Mandarin group began meeting at the Chinese Baptist Church. In 1974, they sought state registration under the name of "The Houston Chinese Church." The membership was 73. On Jan. 26, 1975, Rev. LOK TIN CHEUNG gave the inaugural sermon. The first pastor, Rev. GENTLE LEE came on a one year loan from the Hong Kong Hebron Alliance Church. During his term, the membership grew to 200. In 1976, Rev. FRANKLIN LEE was called to be the second pastor. Rev. MOSES YU served as interim pastor for three months during the transition. In January, 1977, the church established a mission in the NASA area. The main services were moved to the second Baptist Church in 1975 when the Chinese Baptist Church moved. Mr. and Mrs. GORDON HILL were instrumental in securing the South Main facilities. In 1978, the church called its third pastor, Rev. DAVID K. 0. CHAN, dean of the Singapore Bible College. In addition, in April of 1979, Rev. FRANKLI...

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NOVEMBER 1980 $1 ifc ^ ill Southwest Chinese Journal 14 Continued from page 15 ^ On May 2, 1943, Ms. ALICE WONG, a Baptist leader in Shanghai preached the sermon to the total congrega- tion of the First Baptist Church to celebrate the third anniversary of the mission. She conducted re- vival services in the homes of the Chinese with Miss PEARL JOHNSON who was in charge of the Chinese Mis- sion work. In 1943, the Rev. Mr. W. H. TIPTON became pastor of the mission. The church services were generally held at 3:00 p.m. and Training Union at 7:00 with Bible Study on Wednesday nights. There were children's programs on Easter and Christmas and a vacation Bible school was held in the summer. 1945 Between 1945 and 50, the number of Sunday school classes was expanded, a choir was started and there was a nursery for babies. The choir was led by Ms. JANICE LOWERY and consisted of 19 girls and 4 boys in 1948. A trio consisting of Ms. IRENE 0NG, Ms. MARY MAY GEE (WONG) and Mrs. MAYLING GEE (HEW) ...

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I 15 Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 THE CHRONOLOGY OF THE HISTORY OF THE CHINESE IN HOUSTON: by Dr. Edward C. M. Chen and Mrs. Daisy Chan Gee The data for this portion of the history was taken from the oral histories of Mr. GEORGE GEE, Dr. JOYCE FAN, Mr. GEORGE BO-LINN, Ms. VIOLA CHAN, Mrs. FAYE JOE WAN CHIN, and Mrs. DAISY CHAN GEE; news- paper articles; a written history of the Chinese Church supplied by Dr. ESTHER YAO; and a phone con- versation between Mrs. DAISY CHAN GEE and Miss PEARL JOHNSON on August 17, 1980. 1880-1940 There is no record of the religion of the early Chinese in Houston. Probably, the marriage of Mr. C. G. HONG to SAVANNAH HONG in 1902 was a Christian ceremony. Many of the Chinese moving to Houston between 1920 and 1940 were Christians but there was no specif- ic Chinese Church. Then as now, many of the Chinese attended Caucasian churches and the weddings were performed by Caucasian ministers or Justices of the Peace. 1940 The First Baptist Church st...

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NOVEMBER 1980 $3 ^ 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal 16 COMMUNITY NEWS THE LEE ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS held a tea party Sunday, October the 26th at the CHINA INN Restaurant honoring SANDY LEE, Miss Chinatown Houston 1980 and first runner-up ELLON GEE. Pictured here with Sandy and Ellen are the president of the Lee Family Association Mr. Hon Sai Lee and Mrs. Lee and Vice President Mr. Richard Lee. Dentist ALLEN LEE of 13521 N.W. Freeway reports that brother Attorney .JOHN LEE has just been promoted to Vice President of the Real Estate Legal Depait- ment of the prestigious Wells Fargo of California. John Lee is a graduate of both Rice University and Stanford. Parents of both brothers are Mr. 5 Mrs. JIM SOON LEE of Houston. Friends and patients rejoice with Dr. YIN-BONG CHENG of Acupuncture Center International, 6550 Iarnef Drive, near Sharpstown General Hospital, for the State has officially sanctioned the legal limitless practice of Acupuncture in Texas. Wire IAMMY CHENG is asso- ciated wit...

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17 & r£j ^ Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 THE MESSAGE June By Dove Leong Once again recently, Photog- rapher Alvin Wong Gee became, for the second time, the winner of the "Print of the Month" contest..the select- ion made by his peers, technical experts in the field..the Houston Profes- sional Photographers Guild. This victory presents Alvin with twice the consideration and opportunity to become recipient of the upcoming highly esteemed "Print of the YEAR" award. For a young man of tender years, he is a track runner, making great strides in a profession he finds exciting and loves. As one opens the door to his new studio at 5801 Schumacher just off the Southwest Freeway, one is immediately greeted by the delightful likenesses of the GAGA contestants and beautiful 1980 Miss Houston China- town herself..Sandy Lee..also former Miss Chinatown vivacious and magnetic Cookie Joe and her dance company., in addition to Christine Chow (Alvin's first prize winner of the "Print of ...

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NOVEMBER 1980 &1 ilk Southwest Chinese Journal 18 Continued from page 19 Mayor; Mr. G.L. Huang, Director of Houston Office of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs. Enter- taining were Mrs. Li Mei Hsu Hua who danced "The Phoenix" ..also enjoyed were musical instrumental renditions by Mr. Lim Takoon and Mr. Thomas Tsao. Climaxing the event, Dr. Chen spoke of the History of the Chinese in Houston. The exhibit, running from October 13th through Nov. 13th was outstanding, coordinated by Dr. Chen and enjoy- ed by all in attendance. Mrs. John Chu, Mrs. James Chang, Dr. Chen's wife Eugenie provided the lovely buffet. Dr. Chen announced the establishment of a $500 year- ly scholarship for Chinese UH undergraduate students in honor of his parents, the late Professor & Mrs. Edward King Tung Chen, a first for Chinese students at UH. The first awards to be presented and funded from a gift from Dr. & Mrs. Edward Chuck Ming Chen and his aunt, Daisy Chan Gee. A donation o...

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19 ^ Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 DR. AND MRS. EDWARD CHUCK MING CHEN € Dr. and Mrs. Edward Chuck Ming Chen Mr. James Manley, Executive Assistant to the Mayor and Dr. Chen As designated by Proclamation in the City of Houston..this is Chinese History Month..October 13th through November 3 3th. "WHEREAS, the Chinese-American community in Houston, Texas, has contributed greatly to the social, cultural, and economic growth of our city during the past one hundred years; and WHEREAS, in recognition of the Chinese community's contributions to Houston, The Houston Center for the Humanities and Public Policy and the Texas Taiwan Culture and Trade Association, in cooperation with the Friends of the Library at the University of Houston, Central Campus, will sponsor an exhibit and program in celebration of the Centennial of the Chinese in Houston;& WHEREAS, the exhibit, coordinated by Dr. Edward C.M. Chen will be displayed in the Anderson Library, October 13 through November 13, ...

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"I \ I) NOVEMBER 1980 ^7 ^ i\i Southwest Chinese Journal 20 OKLAHOMA SUPPORTS REPUBLIC OF CHINA By June Dove Leong Director Chuan-Li Huang Lt. Gov. of Oklahoma f, Mrs. Spencer Bernard Mrs. Chuan-Li Huang Photo by STF.VEN LAJ It was a great, happy, and momentous occasion which marked the 69th Anniversary of the Republic of China. The event drew a capacity crowd of 800 well wishers and many toasts were given in celebration of October 10,. also known to many as Double Ten Day. The evening was highlighted by the presence of Oklahoma's Lt. Governor and Mrs. Spencer Bernard who flew to Houston by special plane with relatives and friends. In the huge Chaparral Room of the Marriot Hotel on South Braeswood, Lt. Governor Bernard spoke to Director Chuan-li Huang and the amiable crowd. "Director Huang, it is really a pleasure to be here again. I was here two years ago. It is certainly great for my wife and I to be back with our friends to enjoy and celebrate this occasion, your 69th Year of Ind...

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21 & ifc Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 REFLECTIONS For openers, many of us would be interested in reviewing a copy of SPINOFF 1980, AN ANNUAL REPORT put out by NASA and available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Wash- ington, D.C., 20402. It may pay to inquire at one of Houston's local U.S. Government Printing Office Book Stores. These documents are not free, so that may lim- it general interest somewhat. But for those who are adventurous, some of the chapters in this slick maga- zine mentions SPINOFFS in the areas of transportation, Industrial Productivity, Health and Medicine, Public Safety, Construction, Environment, Energy, Food and Agriculture, Home and Recreation and Community Service. The sum total of the information is NASA's way of mak- ing sure that your tax dollars are well invested and that the resulting technology is put to work for the benefit of all as expeditiously as possible. One example that has far reaching rami...

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Tff NOVEMBER 1980 & ife ^ Southwest Chinese Journal 22 NACA'S CELEBRATION OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRC: 6y Steven Lam 'V- ■ 'A-! i • ■ - „ fn, h 3 ■ :•= lSlglglSlS\5lSl5®SlSl5l5151513fiMS\S\S15l5l5l5lS\5l5lSM5lSlSlSl3lSiai The National Association of Chinese Americans held a buffet dinner at the Zodiac Room, Continuing Education Center, University of Houston on Saturday, October 4th, in celebration of the National Day of the Peoples Repub- lic of China. The Consul General of the PRC in Houston, Mr. Wu Xiao-da and Madam Wu were the honorable guests of the evening. After a delightful American buffet, the program be- gan with a welcoming speech by Dr. T. Loo, chairman of NACA. The Consul General, Mr. Wu, in his speech, empha- sized the great concern of Chinese overseas from the Motherland. Then Dr. Charles Ching who served as the master of ceremonies announced the first entertainment of the evening. It was a Chinese-American dance performed by lovely little Carrie Werner and her danc...

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23 © ^ 4H Southwest Chinese Journal NOVEMBER 1980 Continued from page 24 CHEN. The future awards will be funded from a per- petual endowment fund. Mrs. DAISY CHAN GEE and Dr. and Mrs. EDWARD C. M. CHEN will each start the endow- ment with a donation of $2500. The applicants should complete the standard Uni- versity of Houston scholarship form and should append a brief statement explaining why they should specific- ally win the Prof, and Mrs. E. K. T. Chen scholarship. Professor Edward K. T. Chen was born on November 30, 1909 in San Francisco. In 1933, he moved to Houston when the Vice Consulate of the Republic of China was moved from Galveston where it was established in 1932. He remained with the office until 1949, pro- gressing from secretary to chancellor during his serv- ice. In 1934, when the University of Houston was created from the Houston Junior College, he was the first Chinese to attend. In 1939 he received an AA degree; in 1940, a BS degree in Spanish and French; and in ...

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I n 5 Southwest Chinese Journal -h %f{ ^ 3& & fk & rl % #1 VOL.5 NO.11 NOVEMBER 1980 SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 PER YEAR Phone:631-9824 or 227-1203 P.O. Box 18603 Houston, TX 77023 fl *, "2 THE PROFESSOR AND MRS, EDWARD KING TUNG CHEN SCHOLARSHIP On October 16, 1980, the establishment of an annual $500 scholarship to be awarded to an outstand- ing undergraduate student of Chinese ancestry was an- nounced by Dr. EDWARD C. M. CHLN in honor of his par- ents, the late Professor and Mrs. EDWARD KING TUNG CHEN. The major criterion for the award will be the person's activities which promote the assimilation and understanding of the Chinese in the larger American society. These can be in social, civic, professional and/or religious organizations or may be individual accomplishments. The applicants must have completed 30 semester hours of college level courses with a GPA of 3.00 or better. In the event of a tie, the award will be given to the person with the highest GPA. The winner of th...

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