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Houston Breakthrough, January 1980 - Page 6. January 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 13, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2148/show/2122.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, January 1980
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Date January 1980
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Transcript Barthelme-Moore Associates Advertising and Marketing a full-service advertising agency since 1960 Helen Moore Barthelme Odell Pauline Moore 1110 Lovett Blvd., Suite 100 Houston, Texas 77006 713/521-9214 PHYLLIS R. FRYE Freelance Professional Engineering Consultant CIVIL ENGINEERING BIOENGINEERING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THE FILTRISH COMPANY P.O. Box 35704 Houston, Texas 77035 (713)723-8368 oearl school 5116 Caroline 528-6Q02 ages 5-11 hours 7-6 the two most important things we can give our children are roots and wings hous'ov-kofman n. 1. A woman-owned business specializing in quality graphics and printing. 2. A large red brick house in the heart of Montrose. - adj. Having many and varied features. - v. Producing design, illustration, camera work, printing and bindery. - adv. 1. To increase the client's business manifold. 2. To satisfy the client. House of Coleman 901 West Alabama -Houston 77006 • (713) 523-2521 seeking alternatives to this system and are actively trying to have a greater voice in their futures. They're tired of being patronized and treated as naive, impoverished, crazy stepchildren." But Blaine feels that the controversy should not be allowed to cloud the larger issues facing the council. Issues, he feels, should unite, rather than divide the group. "I know it's more fun to write about controversy," he said. "But I wish you'd write about the real issues here. Anyone with eyes open can see that the state of the arts in Houston now as opposed to two years ago is greatly improved. "I feel really crummy about what happened at the meeting. It was a nightmare in my mind. I don't feel I did a good job of keeping a balance between a board and a constituency. If we could all just climb out of our own egos, we might be able to get together," he said. "Artists are important problem solvers and communicators in the community. Let's focus on what they can bring to the problems of urban America," Blaine stressed. Both groups seem to agree that the bylaws governing board nominations need revision and clarification, and Blaine and others on the board pledged to allow the membership some input into this process. In the meantime, the validity of the December 6 election continues to be questioned. And will again be under discussion at the next board meeting January 8 at 4:00 p.m. at Autry House. Public Invited. THE CACH VOTE at meeting absentee Ana Riddel* 104 50 Erwin Heinen* 74 49 Artie Lee Hinds* 65 48 Patsy Arcidiacono* 90 49 Martha Armstrong 58 46 Gertrude Barnstone 75 4 Twiss Butler 63 1 Richard Keating 47 0 Mary Schiflett 48 0 Dr. Kenneth Duff 27 0 "incumbent board members Mann's out, Tinsley's in By Nikki Van Hightower Judging Frank Mann by what would seem to be his own standards, he is a little less a man today than he was a few weeks ago. After all, what could be less manly than losing to a woman, particularly in public. Frank Mann's political advertising campaign placed considerable emphasis on his gender. "Mann's the Man," we were told. The public wasn't convinced. The Tinsley-Mann campaign was probably the most prophetic of the municipal elections. Frank Mann was a 10-term S h FRANK MANN, former city councilman HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH DECEMBER/JANUARY 1980