Southwest Chinese Journal (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 1, 1977 Page: 12 of 16
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Southwest Chinese Journal
NOVEMBER 1, 1977
Community Hews Bits
By Judy Lee
A new Chinese Dentist in town is DR. FRANK C. SUNG.
He will be an associate of DR. WINSTON T. TONG, whose
office is at 6565 DeMoss in the Southwest Medical
Center Recently engaged were MISS MOLLY GEE,
the daughter of MR. and MRS. GORDON GEE, and
RAYMOND WONG of San Antonio. An April Wedding is
planned CHEN ORIENTAL COMPANY, owned by
Mi". PHILLIP CHEN has recently moved to much larger
quarters at 443 Town $ Country Village
MING PALACE RESTA'.'RANT owners SONNY JOW and DANIEL
WONG are branching out; they have aquired the
outstanding stock of PACIFIC TEN FATHOMS RESTAURANT.
.... Chinatown developer MR. LANG Y. WOO says that
weather permitting, his Chinese Theater will be
ready for moviegoers by the end of December.
MR. $ MRS. HOBART JOE are celebrating their Silver
Wedding Anniversary in a big way...they're taking
off for a trip to the Far East the first week of
November. Bon Voyage! .'
WELCOME TO HOUSTON: Mr. JEFF LEE and Family from
Mr. Lee is with Metropolitan Life
WINSTON and JUDY LEE, a husband
and wife pharmacist team from California
MR. KENNETH CHIN, who recently moved here from
PETITION IN SUPPORT OF CIVIL ACTION H-77-999:
LITIGATION TO LEGALIZE THE PRACTICE OF ACUPUNCTURE BY
DOCTORS OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE IN THE STATE
I believe that acupuncture and those things that
comprise it, such as herbal medicine, constitute a sig-
nificant and important part of Oriental culture. I
hereby further believe that people of Oriental origin
constitute a significant portion of the population of
Harris County and the State of Texas and thus I find
current Texas law regulating the practice of acupunc-
ture, flagrant, capricious, ill-founded and unwarranted
discrimination against basic tenets of the Oriental
culture. I know there to be properly trained doctors
of Oriental Medicine who could administer acupuncture
in our community, and State, and I desire changes in
the anti-competitive stance against acupuncture con-
summated by current State law.
(Please see related article on page 16. Clip and
send to Michael Maness, Attn., 2260 Two Shell
Plaza, 777 Walker, Houston, Tx. 77002.)
Chinese Professional Club News
The next Bridge Party will be held November 18th,
7:50 P.M. in the home of Bill and Eleanor Der Bing.
For more details contact Josephine Jue, Tel. 774-4321
A Christmas Party is planned for CPC members and
their families at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church,
December 3rd from 2 to 6:00 P.M. Santa Claus will
come and there will be a Magician to entertain the
children. Food will be provided by the CPC. Members
are asked to bring a salad or dessert only. Please
call Sandra Fong 447-8779, Josephine Jue 774-4321 or
Sylvia Quan 682-7141 if you plan to attend.
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SO PLEASE COME IN AND SEE IF WE'RE RIGHTlj
Effective October 31st Mr. Wea Lee has resigned as
the Chinese Editor of the Southwest Chinese Journal.
The new Chinese Editor in charge is Mr. Kam Y. Lee.
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