Southwest Chinese Journal (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 1, 1978 Page: 15 of 20
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15 $1 b# Southwest Chinesejourtwl .February 1978
By Judy Lee
Recipient of the CACA's Most Valued Member Award
for 1977 was Mr. Sherman Toy. He was presented with
the plaque at the CACA Anniversary Dinner held in Dec-
At the Installation of new officers, February 2nd,
the CACA unanimously passed a resolution making MIS.
ALBERT GEE (JANE) the first woman member of the
Houston Lodge. She was also given a life membership
and was made a member of the Building Fund Committee.
Contributions to the CACA Building Fund made in
honor of ALBERT GEE, who passed away January 6th, 1978,
are still coming in. The donations have passed the
$5000 mark. If you still wish to make a donation,
please send it to Pres. Gene Woo at 5630 W. Bellfort,
Houston, Tx. 77035.
The following poem was written by JANITA GEE for
her father last Christmas. (Janita is teaching at a
Catholic high school and attends law school at night.)
A POEM FOR PAPA
Richness is not measured by the
Power or wealth one has attained.
It is determined by how much love
One has given and gained.
My father is one of the richest
People I have ever known.
He has given to so manv lives
As time has constantly shown.
Anyone who has any problems
Or life deals him a rocky road,
My father does everything he can
To help lighten this persons' load.
Papa never asks for anything to
Compensate for his help or concern.
The rewards are from the act itself
And not for payment in return.
However, payment does not return
When one gives of oneself.
The love and respect that comes
Is the only true wealth.
My father's love for his fellow man
Makes me feel very fortunate and proud.
Albert Gee is surely a rich man
Who stands far above any crowd.
CHINESE AMERICAN CITIZENS ALLIANCE
OFFICERS FOR 1978
GENE Y. W00 PRESIDENT
TED H. WU VICE PRESIDENT
GORDON QUAN ' SECRETARY
LEWIS YEE TREASURER
LAWRENCE CHIANG ASSISTANT SECRETARY
BILL QUAN FINANCIAL SECRETARY
HENRY S. GEE AUDITOR
GENE L. LEE AUDITOR
PAUL 0.UAN MARSHALL
GEORGE BO-LINN SENTINEL
ALBERT W. S. LEE COLLECTOR
SHERMAN TOY GRAND REPRESENTATIVE
L to R, SHERMAN TOY, BILL WOO, 6 GORDON QUAN
PRESIDENT Linda Woo (Mrs. Gene Y.)
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Hedy Lee (Mrs. Gene L.)
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT Nora Wong (Mrs. Parker)
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT Lily Horn (Mrs. Tommy)
RECORDING SECRETARY BERNADETTE CHIANG
TREASURER ESTHER QUAN (Mrs. Bill)
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY J0ANN G0R (Mrs. David)
HISTORIAN JOYCE GEE (Mrs. Beck H.)
PARLIAMENTARIAN JANE GEE (Mrs. Albert)
by Tammy Leong
DAY! !! The C.A.C.A.
Youth Club is still looking for people who want to run
for officers. The positions needed are: President, Vice
President, Treasurer, and Pariiraentarian. If you are inter-
ested, please call Sandy Lee at 926-2331 or Jeanette Young
at 729-1^28. ****** Chinese Baptist Church is having its
annual Sweetheart Banquet at the Astro Village Hotel. It
will last from 6:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. Dr. Steve Donohue,
a psychology professor at Houston Baptist University,
will be the speaker. The theme song this year is "You
Light Up My Life." ***** At the Annual Chinese Pro-
fessional Club's Chinese New Year's Ball, there
will be a rock combo. The Jeff Uzick rock com-
bo will play in the Embassy Room at the Sham-
rock Hilton from 9s00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M.
Tickets are five dollars per person
for students and they may be
bought at the door.
Have a happy val-
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