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Title: CTN-7-4_0011

Full Text: the home of Mrs. Gerald Chan to hear church worker Miss Mildred Mossop speak on "Religion in the Home". The members prepare foam rubber floral centres for their bazaar in November when they are not busy attending night classes on various topics. . . . Lakeview Chrysler Motors of New Westminster has struck on the right note when it decided to come up with a Chinese fashion show to introduce its 1960 model cars. For this glittering program they called on super model Susan Chew to do the organizing. And what Susan came up with was truly the ultimate in the world of fashions. Attractive models were Effie Chow, Grace Chew, Anita Wing, Jeanne Yip, Susie Wong, Nancy Chin and Melanie Mah. Susan doubled as commentator. Coming: and Going : Notary public Quon H. and Mrs. Wong: are winging to South America for a one-month holiday ...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuey, he a Johnston Motor representative, dealer of Plymouth, Chrysler, Imperial and Hillman, have just returned from a refreshing vacation to Seattle visiting their son Dick who is an engineer with Boeing. Harry, a 23-year man with his firm, arrived home in time for the company's grand exhibition of its 1960 models, highlighted by door prizes and plenty of give-aways . . . Tim Louie was congratulated by Vancouver Board of Trade president Archie Cater for a splendid job of heading the board's Industrial Tour Committee which visited the Kootenay and Okanagan districts last month . . . Dr. Hin Lew, research physicist with the National Research Council in Ottawa was given the red carpet treatment by his brother-in-law and sister Jimmy and Elsie Mah, while vacationing in his hometown of Vancouver. * * * Names in the news: Hong Kong artist Young Sen Sum staged a one-man exhibition and demonstration of Chinese water color painting at the Yue Shan Society headquarters on 37 East Pender Street for three days last week. "Ranks among the best Vancouverites have ever viewed/' said a qualified critic . . . 1957 UBC Frateres beauty Queen Harriet Tuey is now a grade 4 teacher at Glenaire Public School in Burquitlam, just a stone's throw from New Westminster. Her pal and last year's queen of the same sorority Donna Yee also landed a teaching post at Richmond on Lulu Island this year • . . Speaker at the annual convention (Continued on Page 29) CHINATOWN NEWS, OCTOBER 18, 1959 It's the variety of tasty Oriental dishes at MING'S that appeals to so many people, particularly children. For a pleasant family dinner party next Sunday, try MING'S~in the heart of Vancouver's colorful Chinatown. 福樣壽酒家 Air Conditioned for your comfort 147 E. PENDER MU 3-4722 PACE ELEVEN THE In Seattle, Wash. APARTMENT HOTEL Under New Ownership in the heart of Downtown SEATTLE 1 1 50 Modern %.、 Units. Many Ml with kitch-r ens. Modest Rates Inside parking. Favorite of Canadians. Near CPR Dock. 4th and Virginia, Seattle MA 2-8600 CEO. C. MARBLE, Pres. & Cen'l. Mgr.

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