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Transcript NEWSMAKERS Linda L. Cathcart, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum, has announced the appointment of Marti Mayo as Curator of the Contemporary Arts Museum effective January 1, 1980. Mayo comes to the Museum after seven years at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in ^Washington, D.C. as Coordinator of Exhibitions. She was deeply involved in organizing 15 exhibitions at the Corcoran during that time including: 36th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Photographs from the Collection of Sam Wag- staff, Andre, LeVa, Long, and Helen Frankenthaler: Paintings 1969-1975. Mayo's education includes a B.A. in studio art and art history from The American University in Washington, D. C. (1970) and a M.F.A. in painting also from American University (1974). As Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum, she will be responsible for coordinating and originating exhibitions, catalogs and special program events. Marilyn Appelbaum has been named executive director of the I National Center for Montessori Education. Director and co-owner of the Houston Montessori School, Appelbaum has coordinated workshops and training for hundreds of childcare workers and has trained parents in the Parent Effectiveness method. She is actively | involved in promoting quality childcare legislation and is president- | elect of the Harris County Chapter of the Texas Licensed Child Care Association and is on the advisory board for American Mother magazine. For further information on the National Center for Montessori Education contact Marilyn Appelbaum at NCME, 3130 North Pebble Beach, Houston TX 77459, (713) 774-7299. Patty Bass recently declared her candidacy for State Legislative District 80, the seat made vacant by Lance Lalor's election to the Houston City Council. While an undergraduate at the University of Texas, she served as one of the first female Assistant Sergeant-at- f Arms in the Texas House of Representatives. Bass worked with a Washington D.C. law firm and represented clients before Congressional committees and federal agencies prior to returning to Houston to practice business law with Armogida & Coates. Her basic intent in the legislature is that "It is time to return primary governmental responsibility to the state and local level where it belongs." Bass believes, "We need more competent women in Austin." Meet BARBARA SHER psychotherapist and author of Wishcraft: How to get what you really want RIVER CAKS ECCr$T€CE Tuesday, January 15,11 a.m. to 1 p.m, She will discuss techniques and strategies for achieving goals, dreams and hidden potentials. 1987 W.Gray 520-0061 r Rice U./Medical Center 2368 Rice Blvd. 521-9465 f U.H./Downtown 2811 Main St. > 654-8161 _• XEROX 9200 XEROX 9400 The Village Cheese Shop DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESES GOURMET FOODS FINE WINES COOKWARE 3Vi< high quality copies — $7.49 passport photos ( kinko's graphics, inc. ) • Copying • Passport Photos • Printing • Film Process. • Binding • Color Copies MARY ELLEN ALLEN (713) 527-0398 MON-SAT. 9-6 2484 BOLSOVER HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 Janet Fisher kicked off her campaign for the District 80 seat formerly held by Lance Lalor at a New Year's Day fundraiser. As a long-time member of the Harris County Women's Political Caucus and activist in Democratic politics, Fisher says, "I want to be in a position, not only to encourage good political activity, but I want to be on the level where my vote can be felt and acted upon. "Fisher, now a teacher of remedial reading with HISD, worked on the news desk of Time magazine, and was on the staff of Adlai Stevenson's campaign for president (in 1956). She has been foreign editor and translator for Current Digest of the Soviet Press. In New York she ran against an entrenched Republican incumbent for a position on the school board and nearly made it. She lost by 82 votes out of several thousand. Mary Phillips, president of Phillips International Company, her own commercial real estate firm, has had good response already to her latest project, the National Association of Women in Commercial Real Estate. The new association will educate, encourage and promote women in the field of commercial real estate. Six years ago, Phillips had to educate and encourage herself into this lucrative field. Her persistence with Shindler & Cummins paid off—the firm allowed her to start making "cold calls" on prospective cilents. It was a tough, rejection-prone job that the men hated doing. Phillips persisted until the clients started asking for her to show them the property. "All I wanted was the opportunity," she recalls. "I want to work with people who have the power and money to make decisions." And now she wants to encourage other women as well. For information on the National Association of Women in Commercial Real Estate, contact Mary Phillips at 850-9300. The Sportswoman is a newly-opened store specializing in sports equipment and apparel for women only. Margaret Windsor, Sandy Wallace (with a combined total of 22 years coaching experience), and Irene Wallace (I to r) offer women's cut and sizes in togs for tennis, jogging, golf, skiing, camping and swimming. The Sportswoman is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 9131 S. Gessner, Houston TX 77074, 988-5135. BREAKTHROUGH ON THE AIR Now in the middle of your week at a new time to fit your schedule! Wednesday, 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. KPFT-FM90.1 III! agreat business y for women tframe factory It's one of the few businesses you can own and open your doors with an initial cash requirement of less than $20,000* ... which includes equipment, inventory, training, operating assistance, and beginning operating capital. Balance is financiable. rfQJIHJ NrG%Ofl| is the largest and most successful do-it-yourself picture framing organization in the United States. NOT ONE OF OUR SHOPS HAS EVER FAILED! Several prime locations are now available in the Houston Metro area — Bear Creek, Katy, Fondren/Southwest, Braeswood, Memorial/Northwest, Hwy. 1960, Greenway Plaza, West University, 0ear Lake City, Alief, Baytown, FrierxJswood, and areas throughout Texas. Learn about this profitable, enjoyable opportunity for a woman to own her own business. Write or Call: Buster Smith, Vice President The Frame Factory Area One Warehouse 9513 Dalecrest; Houston 77080 (713)467-1841 *lf qualified for our Lease/Purchase Program. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH 31 DECEMBER/JANUARY 1980