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Date December 1977
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Transcript ROBERTS MAKE GOOD SHOWING IN SCHOOL BOARD RACE Craig Roberts, HCWPC member, and Betty Alexander beat three other opponents in the Nov. 8 school board election. Alexander defeated Roberts in the run-off No. 22. She had been endorsed by a 1iberal-conservative coalition, which endorsed a slate of candidates in the school board elections, All the candidates on the slate won. HCWPC members will be invited to attend a fund-raiser in January to help Craig with his campaign debts MANN RE-ELECTED BY THIN MAJORITY - ROSS DRAWS 20% In a multi-candidate race, Kathryn Ross drew 20% of the vote as incumbent Frank Mann won re-election by a razor-thin edge. All city council incumbents were re-elected, none of them by a margin lower than Mann's. Political novice Kathryn Ross came in second. HCWPC POLICY COUNCIL MEETING, NOV. 12 HCWPC held a Policy Council meeting Nov. 12 at Chair Joyce Cragg's home. The Caucus reaffirmed its support of Kathy Whitmire and Craig Roberts by endorsing each in their respective run-off elections. In addition to voting Caucus funds, the Council recommended that members identify their individual contributions by writing "HCWPC" in the lower left corner of checks. Endorsement of Jim McConn was withheld because he does not support the ERA. However, members felt that a delegation from the Caucus should discuss with Mayor-elect McConn his reluctance to support the ERA, in an effort to clear up misinformation on the subject. Joyce Craff was invited to attend the IV/Y proclamation ceremony, Nov. 14, as were the heads of other Houston women's organizations Nancy Aft, Fund-raising chair, has found a place to hold our Casino Night Auction. It will be Jan. 21, at the River Oaks Garden Club. To assist with planning, call Nancy Aft (668-0089). Benegine Kring. Program, called for suggestions for program topics. Among the requests were programs dealing with child porn, energy, child/wife abuse and parliamentary procedure. If you have a subject suggestion, call Benegine Kring (782-3732). Only one meeting will be held this month: Dec. 21. Kopitka Re-Appointed Pardon and Parole Commissioner Helen Kopitka has been re-appointed by Judge Joe Greenhill, this time to a six-year term. She was endorsed for re-appointment by HCWPC.