Southwest Chinese Journal (Stafford, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1982 Page: 1 of 16
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NEW PHONE NUMBER FOR SOUTHWEST CHINESE JOURNAL 491-5704
Southwest Chinese Journal
THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY
Vol. 7, No. 7
P.O. Box 18603
Houston, Texas 77023
April 1-15, 1982
Dinner Honors Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woo
Over 300 friends and relatives gathered March 28 at
Golden Palace Restaurant to honoc outstanding Houstonians
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woo on the occasion of their sixtieth
birthday. The joyous celebration was hosted by the Woos'
children and grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quan and
children Tommy, Debbie, Cindy and Eileen; Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Lee of Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick So and son
Michael; and Misses Nancy and Kathy Woo. Bill Quan and
Lewis Yee, themselves distinguished community leaders who
have over the years worked with Bill Woo in the Houston
Chinese American Citizens Alliance, served as co-emcees
for the evening. Numerous other Chinese community leaders
could be found in attendance, in honor of a couple who
have dedicated many hours of their lives for the-benefit
of the community. Many gifts were offered in tribute to
their many contributions. In return, the Woos joined with
their children in extending generous donations to 11
Presently retired from business, Bill Woo stays active
with his community involvement, and was recently appointed
by the president of the Republic of China in Taiwan to its
Commission of Overseas Chinese Affairs.
MR. AND MRS. BILL WOO (standing, left) receive many gifts at their
60th birthday dinner (Photo by Tony Wong)
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Children's Art Exhibit
Opens April 6
"Raise Geese" by Kao Jung-Lung, an 8-year-old boy from the Republic of China.
SIM & JAKAB0SKI,
A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
WORLD TRADE BUILDING, 1520 TEXAS AVE.,
SUITE 810, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002
A children's art exhibit,
consisting of over 200
paintings by school chil-
dren from 60 countries,
can be seen at the Hous-
ton Public Library's
Julia Ideson Building,
500 McKinney, April 6
through 30, Monday to
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The exhibit, formally
titled the Eleventh In-
Exhibition of World
School Children's Art,
is co-sponsored by the
Coordination Council for
North American Affairs-
Republic of China, the
Association for Education
through Art of the Repu-
blic of China, the Asso-
ciation of Formative Art
Education of the Republic
of China, the Houston-
Taipei Sister City Soci-
ety and the Houston Public
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
William Y. Sim
T. P. Jakaboski
Marsha H. Sun
Edelmira N. Holland
Tel ( 713 ) 237 - 9288
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(713) 468 7769
Houston, Texas 77055
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