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Title Montrose Voice, No. 480, January 5, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date January 5, 1990
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript Caucus overwhelmingly rejects 'openly gay' amendment Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for By !;HJ,;HI ("OHt;:-.. DARBOSNE Memlx·r~ of thl' llou11wn Gay and Leebian l'uhucal Caul.""U8 \"Oted d<own a prnpotied amendml'nl to the ortt;anizat1on'e bylawe requ1r inlf elet"led officer11 and board ml'm'*n1 to be .. openly"' ll"aY or le.­bi an At thecaul'u11' l'f'lftdarmeeting Wl'dnl'!ldav, Mark Fran"*'~chini, who drafted the amendment, told memben1befort>thevotethatthe re11olution rl'pre11l'ntl'CI "truth in adverti11ing:' But llGLP(' Secre­tary Michal'I Hollierurgl!dml'm ber11 not to support what he called ·reH•rsedi8Crimination ·1 think we need lO stand up and be who we say we are:· J<'ranceRChini argut-d. He 11aid he 11aw the amendment as a form of ·affirmative action' rather than discrimination '"Alotofpeopleinourcommuni tyareforcedtocompete.unfairly, in &Ociety at large l'Vl'ry day;' francl'llchini 11aid. ··1 think it'e important that thi11 organization stand up for gay and lesbianpeo­pll' l'very chance we get. and I think this is another opportunity to do so' But Hollier said the caucu1 needed ··a diffusion or energ1e1' and insisted that the group 1hould .. continue to be incluai~·t at all times~· Pat Gandy also spoke in opposi· tion, saying the argument8 being given to support the change "are exactly the reason why we 1houldn't support it" If we are proteflt10g against (other groups) who discriminate againbt gay and lesbian people, I certainly don't think we ought to ... do the same thing. I think we should affirm our policy of open· neee: Gandy said Kd Barnes quipped that he wouldn't want to be the one to have to tett the officera" if the amendment ahould pa.M. Five membera YOted for the amendment and 33 again.11t., wuh twoabetentione.A later attempt. by one of the membera who voted for the rule. to revivethl'propo11al for a vote at thecaucue' election mcetinlf on Jan. 16, wa.s al110 re­Jected, a.scaucuemember11votedto uphold the rulinKofthechairon thl'fir&tvote Contmuedpage3 rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. MONTROSE VOICE The Montrose Voice rHE NEWSPAPER OF MONTR< ;E 0 Co ... mut ''ll lJuhh1h11111 Co1r1p 1v I f R I DAY January 5. 1990 0 1SSUE 480 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY M< •llY c~ ;dy d 1y 1gt 11 50s Night ows 1n the4C 'Christmas in Montrose' winners ,. Frank to disclose ethics papers B08TON cAPJ-U.S. Rep. Barney wa11 Mnon11l•n11e' to Ix-hen- recent ess;· he said, according to the Boa­Frank will make public docu ttportathatthecomm1ttttwasde- ton Hl'rald. ""Anumberofchar11"et1 mentll revil'wed by the Hou11e eth laying JUI decision until it can re- Wl'tt madl' that were not true and I icscommittttafterthepanl'lcom view an aruch-' 11chedull'd to Ix• lookforwardtohavingachanceto plete11 it8 inYestigation mto hie re- publishl!d m Pl'nthousl' maga.zml' show them they werl' untrue' lationehip with male pr011titutc dl'tailing hie relallonehip with Frank made the comment.II dur· 8tephen Gobie. he 11aid Gobie 1ng a press conference calll!d to 'There are documenta and My guet<S iii thl' only problem diecusshisrecentfact-findingtour thing11 I am.in fact,ea1fertoehare (Penthouse) 1e going to havt' i1:1 to l11ral'I, whert>hemetwitheever with yuu." Frank 11aid I>«. :.!ti whether w claJ1J11fy it ae fiction or al Israeli officials But I have promLSed the ethie11 non-fiction:· Frank said iii;i5;;;:;;::,;~~;;:~ -----::=----==-·"""''-'"-:; cumm1ttee I would follow their •·Them011timportantthingisto pn><·edure. They call the shot.11' addrl'81 thl' thinp tGobie) has Frank would not re\·eal the ex said, and that"• what I have been (t,nt of the ethics probe. but 1181d it trying to do with the l'th1e11 proc Frank said thl' mt'l'tmge were hl'ld to discusa the uproming ls raelielectionsandthl'potenttal immigration into Israel of:J00.000 84>\·ietJewe The ""Chri11tmas in Montrose" :J416 Garrott Business first a!W'ociution rnppl'd it.ti holiday place honors went to TNT activitit•s with the announce Shirt.II, which dominates the m('nl .Jan. 2 of the "'Lite the Fairview at Taft intereection Montru11e·· l'nntt•11t winners This fourth annual event First plate in the re11idential drew entrants up to Dec. 20, caU>gory went to Gary Van with judging by Chrie Ooteght•m, for an innovati\"I'.• Sevcnien between Dec 26 and •·snow Family"' on his r<M)f st :ll"{ "Chri11tmaH in Montru11t,.' logo rubber HtumpH dt·1Jigned by PO. Box Ruhbl·r Stump11, as well a11 certificates, will lx· awarded to the winnNs and to do11e competitors lnkrnation al r·lag at604 We11theimt·r. Crt· utive Source at 70:.! Avondalt• and John KJ('('kingt·r·11 re8i dt•nc-e at 404 Stratford Baylor & VA to conduct HIV-TB drug studies A!<tudytodetenninetheeffective­nl'l< ll of antibiotic thl'rapy among Hl\"-po.;iti~·epeoplewhotetitpo.;i tiv1· for exposure to tubereul011ie will be conducted by Baylor Col \t"lft· of Medicine and Houston Vet ernn11 Aft'ain Ml!dieal Center rt· 11t>archt>ni The thrtt year. $:.!10,000 study. !undedbytheCenteT11forDill4'a11e Control. will a111ist physicians in dt>termining if Jt.;H <lsonia:ddel, a drug used totrl'at TB patients who art-notHl\"-po11itivl'.willbeeffec tl\"t' in treating Hl\"-po11iti~·e indi vidualN with prl'vioWI exposure to TH Study part1cipante will receiH• a free medical examinauon and TB medication Study activitil'll will take plaC1:' at the Hou11ton VAM(', Baylor Collt'ge of Medicim·, the Thoma11 StreN Clinic and the Montrose Chmc. Participation is notlimitedtovett·ran11 Another 11tudy to be condul·ted byHaylorandVAre"l'archenwill determine thl' t'ffecuvene11o1 of three druge in treating HIV-po11i ll\le people with active tuberculo­si11. Funded al110 by the CDC, this four year. $90,000 study will a1111st docton1indeterminmgthl'proper drull" treatment for HIV-pooiiti~·e pat1entewithTB Formnemonth11 tooneyear.theetudypart1c1pan1'1 will be givt>n INH. Rifampm and PZA tPyrazinamidl'I 111multane­ous\ y. For thn>e yl'ars following theinitialtrl'atment.studypartlc· ipants will be examined period1 callytodetenninetreatmenteffe<;· tiveneu Eligible 11tudy participantll will receive a free ml!dical examine ti on and TB medication. This atud y will take place at thl' Houston VAMC and thl' Thomas Street Clinic lnterl'!>ted HIV-po11itivepl'rRon11 who are eligible for either etudy may call 795-7426 for more infor Protest briefly interrupts Rose Parade 'Friends' benefit reset for Jan. 29 at Tower Jury clears store, 4 employees of gay bashing H)' JOH:\ llOH!'<i l'ASAllE!\A. ('alif 1Al'f l\armonywa1th1·them1·.bu1 thf"Toumttmt-ntuf1Wtie1pa r11d .. entt-rt'<11tH...._-.,ndt·t-ntu ry ,-,.nfrontmKtiw ... uHul the day .ia AIDS a<-t1•11<1.11 1taiteda11!<fo,.,11pr<>tl"lltat thl'1tartofthet\'t-nt l'htmll)f'l<U•·pn..:eea1onul 00 11.,,,..,,. 1tuddtd 1l01tt11. 22 t.,nda and 27.) fqllf'l<tmtn• had 1u11t 1tartt'd M"nday ""'m H prN ... tffH ran m T:tufsflu11t11ndunrurlt'da am-.-: rt-ad1ni.:· ··t:ml"rlf~n y S1<1p the par11de iO.OtU lk..idofAl!lS "Thl"l{l"oup1at in th•· roadv.·11y. haltmK the \111111 f"d1uon vf the annual parad(·for :tOH•:undH l"r••wd11 bool'd the brief dt·mun1<tra\1on and netv.·urk tch·ni<wn 1·amera11 hroad l.""81<tm1rtht-pur11dcforan""t1 matedaud1cn<-enf3'><lm1llion 1.1ua·klycutav.·ay The prutl'atu" 11a1d !hey v.-ne memht>nut·StopAIUS ;.; .. w.ort:l111·"'andwantt-dto 11hu" thr11d11<ma)"·v.-1thguv l'!"nmPnt polin" ti.•,.,·ard the d11t>ast, lald JrUUp 1<)l<>lr.t'Mp..r1on Bru<-eM1rken It'1 s w•~- of remmdma l)f'oplethat foriO,OOOpeoplt> th' paradr • JYtr. Mirlr.en "'' '--------~----' Hy SHKRI COHEN DARBONNl'l1t. ~1· 1tro ( imm1 l"h ~t .lf,m1r1,H \;,,,,~ 1:-; ... ~ ma.. and had alread~- • >I d A commumt\ v.1de benefit Mlt'd thl' evt-nt before le11rmnK of 1'hat' .. What"t.riendsart"For Al'el l'lubland's l"lo•mio: ahortl~ ufh-r ebratwn ofL1f., ma :\ev. l>ec~w·· ia Thanlutg1v1nK Tht'11hov. v.aa9el for schedult'd for Jan 29 at \h<' Towt'f' II« 11 Theatt-i: wh.,re itM orj{an1Zt'TM oril{i Garrt-tt 11a1d that t1flt'r ("lohli\nc nallyplannt'dtoholdachar11y1how rl·mon'CI 118 te<'hnu:al t'qUlpmt'nl. m Ue<'t·mher. Thc fir1;1 benefit had to the tho>att'r wa11 no lon11cr a11propr1 becanct'ledmthl'la11t&tagt-aufplan Htt' for tht' 1how that had bt'f"n nmg v.hcn Clubland. whirh tht·n planned The or11am.1.l·r~ un· nov. held a le1111l' at thi: Towu. clo .. ed un wurkmlf /tround thl· luv.t•r a n1po txpt-ctedly b1ht1t•M,_but11rt••111l .. 1 .. ·k1nKa"8lMt l'r!)("l.'edM from ··That's What HIK"f" w1th !'nund and hl{htmi.:. ht- ~t1,~~~l~M~r~,!~·~r~: w~l~l~;l't~o~~~ 18 ;h., Tower·, new m<1na111·mt-nt Building Fond, Bering Commomty hilll bi.'fn "\'(•ry t"lMlpt!ralln and ~rvicuFoondationandMontr°"e ht-lpful" m makinK tht- t1rr11n11,.. ~~~J:~~~1\:7:i~ ~~fu~~~; ~~~df:ap :,~n('.~:r~.~;;;~~::t1:r<1>~~:~,~;t3 comt't'.1)"· a.-11 and live mulli<-. 81 Wl"ll "h1ch ''"n• thf" bu1':hn11. i• now a11uthertypt"t1otμ..rformen1,mava U\'t"l'Sl'f"1n11opo.-ratn>nH11ttht'ct'nlr I r1ety 1:1hov. format. An aut·twn "Ill ~lontn"'e theatt-r hf. held haHway thrvul{h thtprodoc Wc'w l:lf't.n louk1nK around for II lion. 11a1d Larry Garrl"lt, one uf !hf' port11blt- .,,und ~YM<'m a1 d h11htmK equ1pmt-nt.'-(;11rret11a1d "\l.1·thmk v.-.,m111hthavefnund.ameo ('v.·1th the .,,und •YMtrm. hut •the fl'f"l 1;<n·t..-t m ~tonry1·t or11aniit-r11 Garn-ti'11 t<>-fhlll"' for the r•·ent ar.,alaohiaco-utlu1umTua1Ga)"· Rodeo All&OCiatmn 1~9 ruyalt) Mtlame A11h.-raft und Bro<-.. Hl'rh11 •air.a Brue..lla De'\"al11. Thetnnhad >nl{mally plannt'<I ah< ida• l:lf'n., ThebenefitplannerHarr11t.. 0 i.:..•k mlf fora11M1Mt11nce mp,,. 'II" 11n hurt1d"•PU\"rf' l'T\'l< I retl PHILADELPHIA IAl'._A fl'der al court juryd1smi11Ml.'d cla1m11 of two gay men who 11aid their co­workers at a Caldor Inc. rt'lail storeinWillingboro,t\.J .. hadha ra11sl.'dandbeatoneofthem1•nhe causeofthl'ir11exua! prl'ference The company waMalsonamed inthesuit,whichchargedthl'lirm didnotprotectlhcm .\fr/amt- A~hcrCJff, Brucel/CJ O,."\-"CJll CJnd Lorry GCJrrl'll •M1 .. Min CJnd Mr TGRA1 CJ re pulllll/f on a t-cir<tt.• 1Jhou: to bt-nrf11 rommuml.>· rh11r<t1e.. Jcin t9citthe Tou·er Afterthreehoursofdel1berat1on overtwodays.thejuryoffourml'n andfourwomenrult'dll«.Hfor Caldorandthefouremplo)·eeson all the counts brought by thetwu ah,v.-.Garrett1:1a1d.Acashbarw1ll meninacivillaweuit bea\'a1lahle s .. \t'f'al llerru; ha•·e already been dnatt-dbylocalbuem-forthl' au,·11on. Garrett 11a1d. ltem1 to bf' aurt1ont'd 1nclud"a 14K l{Old nKk 8Cl', donatt'<I by Pete Martmez. a ar11f" lkflov.·erarrangtmentfrom l'11UaLily Floralde•uirnaandhand madt- ralr.u. from Ste~·t>Terry ofM1a­soun Stl't'l'I Potter}'- . _ 'lt"s l'ntlrely cuns111tent with all m~lt:e:!;:-.r:lf~~;t~:. .~ ~~;::»- the evidence as well a11 the fact Rilif'T of the Brazos R1•l'I" Band. that Caldor trl'at.8 itll employees Sheila Lennon ol the ~.1ttlt 811 of Wl'll;'Thomas R Wagnl'r,Caldor'e r~1xaaG;;;d~x~~i:~~~f1~1:l'1:nd ~::i;? said in reacuon to the Michae!Grttnberg.atU.>rneyfor Former mayoral hopeful James Galvan arrested ~::':;,~~:;::"m~~;;:;· !~~ John DiDonalo. a former sh1ppmg Jame;oGal,·an.v.·ho1ntendt'<ltoron for mayor of Houston m tht·:\o•· ~ city l'lection11. wasarrl"l!tedTul'~day at Wonham Center for d111rup11ng the s"eannlf m teremon:vofolfi cial11who"ereel...ctl!dthen.Gah·an. a member of ACT l'I' and lon11t1ml' ne11fhborh<Hid acti•i11t m coonc1l U1111 D. wld member11ufHouston Gay and Le>tb1an Pohllcal C11ucu1 aflerthemee11n1Wednnday,Jan .:l,th111 'aoml'thmgjustcameovt'f' me'-bf'forehebtg11n11houtin11frum alll'C'OndatorybaloonydunnaMay or Kathy Wh1tmire"s maugurahon •ptt<h Gal\·an v.a.11pmtedoutofthe eenlt'r by a m1mater and a meml:lf'r JcimnGciltan eameo1erme· ofth,ROTCsfterhl")'("1t'<I 1Jov.n .,.1th Wh1tmire,•ht"aa htt!edi a t<>r"'andothl'rcommentedurmKthe reremnny He had ahm ~·elled for help from Mark Clark. prl'l!1dentof the J-lou11ton l'oliceOfficereA8a0<·1 at1on andaknownWh1tm1recntic, bot ("lark m11tead told Galvan ht wa~ under arrrst Galvan waH chargedv.1thd1sropllnl{apubhca11· aembl) Gah·an said Wt'dnet1day 11 wa1 Wh1tm1rl''1 appointment of Alfrl!d Callnv.-a)·toatwo)·tartermmooun cilthatmeensedhim Wh1tm1rehad ongmallyappomtt'<IC:allo"'·aytore­placeR<..: lnl') Ell11furthetermthat t'ndt'd Tul'"IJdsy. Jan :t, but re-ap­pom! t'd him then for Ellia" full term A!thoughthecitycharter11llowatht ma)"<>T to m11kt' 11uch an appoint ment. Gal Yan iaid Whitmire 11huuld clerk. told the jury the harassment have giYen Diit. !) voterethechance included anti-gay a1gn& postl!d on to adt>rt thl'1r reprl'~entat1ve doors. mes11ages printed on pric- S!le makl'll appomtmtnUI for po- mg ucketa. verbal l'p1thete. and a ~~~-~:!::a~8~~-an •::1~l'ally 11 a hllle ~::mu:~~~l~e~~:l~ ~fi)~~~~~. di~:~;'~~::::!~:~ ~={~:;.~,c:;~ ;t~~~~ ~~1;~~~r~~~:;~~~1~:opl'r filmir fee, and wa1 un•bletooollf'rt ·We don't know what the iury the required pet111on a11naturt'$ in wasthinking.butpeopll'likeJohn umetofile.Aftt>rh1ecand1dacyfell through. he b«amt acU~l' m Ehza bethSpat"'ramp11111ntounaeatEI h1onc1tycuuncil Spat"v.a111llMl menuont'd a•• ix-1blr contender furElh• 1tata~erthtcouncilmem bf'r~111nt'dto111nfortheetattaen andJeffaregoingtoencounU.-rre- 111stancebecau11eofwhotheyare:· Greenbergsrud ··1·mcerta1nthom.e typesoffeehnp.meanmghatred of gay peopll', werl' pret1ent m Lhe jurytoaomeextent" Greenberg eaid ht did notepeaf 1cally 8ttlr.gay iuroT11 • 2 MONTROSE VOICE FAIDAY. JANUARY 19119 ·Offbeat 'Reckless' is special offering at Stages HouttonLiveby NEIL BADD~RS The mo.t unutual holiday offering thit thtalrical IJ.l'atUn 11 "Reck ]en" at Stagee. A play by Craig Lucrui. ''RttkleN it thettory of Ra chel, a pertnnially perky woman whofindtout.fivf'minutetbefore ithappent. that her hutbandhtt11 takenoutaoontractonherlife That it happens on Christma.e i1 notincidentaltothestory ' As Rachel fleet into (he night. andintoaterietofludicrou1111tua tions,wearechallengl"dtolookat our own Chru1tmru1 memorH.'11 Sometimee funny, •ometlmHI tad. these memo nee are often the mo..t potent because they happenf<I at Christmat Along the wa)·. Rachel i.11 be­fnended by Lloyd, a gentle man with a p8tll u dark u Rache\'11 p!'Nent Hetakt't!her homt-tohis wife. Pooty, a deaf-mu«• parapll'­lflC Who also carr1e. a 111'C'll!t ThesetwotakeRa<"hl'lintotht1r home, share their IM'<'Teta with hl'r and H•illt herin puttmichl'rlife back mto 11ha))t'. although only briefly During thiM time Racht•l t1.l 110 mt>t>ta tl snootv. nut·so·hont"St oomputeroper11torMa firm where l..loyd hu found her work: w1n11 $100.000 with Lloyd t1.nd Pooty on ..,. a sleazy game 11how called "Yuur Mother or Your Wifl'" !lht• thrN• sre hilt1.riouely dre11><ed OM a11olor 11y11tem) and Mt't'kM an1<wt111 from thefiutufmanyther11pi1<t11fora bu.arre tilt t.o her reaht~· Thi1ptriodofherlif1·end1w·ith another vit11t from hi•r hu .. b11nd Tom. which Mf'('8 Racht•I on«' again fltt1nl{ into the mg ht after a tragu.•em'Ountt-r TomakeM'nM·olth1·abMurdpn .. grelllLnnoll'WntMinherhft.H.a chl'lturnMtotherapu1taftt"rthl'ra p1i;t forn11n·ex1>1tent solutmns.al w11y" m111>1Ung that ··the p&>1t is ir relevant. 11<1methinii: that you wakeuplrum' A,. t•\"t•nlfl further 11klow. Raehl'! retre11U1inwaworldinhab1tfdon ly by her mt"monH. wht·re >1omt" place it'aalw11y11(.'hnt1tmas. Jolt ed mtoenoountering reohty once agam by yet another al'l ul 1110 lence,Rathl'lde<·idNi.thatnomltt terwhatwl'dot.orontroluurhveM 1hmifSJU8thappen" Inthl'ulti mateabtiurdity,Rachelbecomesa thl'rapll!t. Weare left to ponder the qut'fltion. what is it about Chrillt· mrui that makes us remember pwnful things? Reckleea" ia a cumedy with an angry edge. The laugha here all! generated by the offbeat 1itua tions, the kind of uncomfortable lllughs that are offered when we learn a ll'11son form lifetheh11rd way 11nd have time W reflect However; manyofthelaughain Sta~wa· production were also dul' t.o the skill ofthefineen11emble. headtd by Donna Whitmore as Rachel Whitmore is 11 akilled 11ctrftlll and comedienne. The role of Ra chel ill difficult, requirinl{thl'aC· treq pvrtraying her to flip with behe"eability from oomedy to tragedy and back. h also de· mands extraordinary stamina Whitmoremakee hertransuion• st-amle11h". maintaining a warmth and intelligence that 10hint'fl dl't!pite the paranoia and final11adneNofhercharacter: S«·phen Pondaa l.loydandJu dy Frow 8Jlo Pooty were oullltand ing Pond wQsendearin,:c and ulti m11tely moving 8ll a man trying to live hiH life to make up for pa11t mi11take11 by recre111mg the1111me s1tu11tion11and forcingadifferl'nt Frow Mhowed why she ii; one ol the mo11t11killed character actref\11 u around. She takl'San outland LMh roll' !deaf.mute paraplegic) and m·wroncetakesitoverthe edge. Wt• nl'\'er pity Po<>ty or laugh at her. onl~· with her. r>,:i<'t' work and fun SebaJ;tian Whil.t' iU Ral·hel's huMhand. Tom. H thl' man in tht• 11kimllllkandasTom.Jrwaal'fff'<"­ll\ ·e in all thret' roles. Ht" Wll>l 80 con•·incing in e11ch part that I didn't really makf.-theoonnrt'lu.m thatitwasthesameact.oruntill ret'l'l\'ed thl' program later. Kl'\'m Kinkade. April S11yrc 1-'atri(·k Mc-Cord. G11ry Scullin and PatM1tchellwereentertainingin multipl1>rolet1. makinguchadi,. tinct prl'llf'n«". Mitchell df"!<ervet1 ll!>"'CHil mention for fillinK m on t1hortnotil-eforHelindaS1mmonM, who w aH at home wrestling with brukenwaterp1pe11 Direction by JOI' Turnl'r Cantu waa particularly pointed. making J!)(Jn Korff'• /\'1•u /Jone<' (;ruup p.-rfurm~ ·sin-et Pfrstm" m onf' of 8f'l'l'ra/ n1nt1·r/f bJ· lti<:ol ond notu.inalh knou·n C<Jmponw• /11 ~· f<"aluri·ddurtnj./ Vancr M<Jnlh ot theJCC'¥ Kaplan Th•·a/re ima11inati\·t- U1<1· of tht• 1<quar1· playingarl'il S<-ta wt"re minimal butt•fft"rt1\·e.Th1·h11hwandll'•und 1>nhannodthl'pw«•. ··Rt't·klu;i" botht·red mt· It i11a wond1·rful play. J>el'l'•·ptin· and witty, and Lt umqut>l)· t~•\·t·rN l('round m•,..t "Chrll<tmtu1'' play& would a\'ol<l, bul I pn·ll'r tu \'JI>" the world leu darkly It w9.11n't a cumed~· for ml'"" much 11>1 it w8.>I an all·tCM~trut- n•llecrinn or what lluw thiM play oflct·t,. you j,. in your mt·morws of ('hn1<tma1<t'll pa~t. This work i hiichl)· rl'Com mendt-d -Goulet in TUTS' "Camelot" Robt:rt Goull'I. whu bur1<l tnt<l thl' national hmehght by crentinl{ the rule of J.an«""lot in Broadwa)·-,. 1%0 pn·mil'rl' or "Caml'lot:' will 11tar a11 King Arthur in Tht-atre t:nder the Stani· produdion (>f 1hat Lemt"rand ! .. owe hit mu~1ca.I Jan. 23-Feb. 4 at the ~lus1c Halt The \'l'ry talented Alan J Lt-rner <book and hri") and Fred· enck lA>wt· fscorel wett retipon bll' for 1uch musical hits u 'Bngadoon:· ·Gigi;' uPamt Your Wa,:con" and· My Fair Lady: The «""lebratedscureindudeeeuchun forgettable tontts as 'If t-:\'er I would Leavt' You," "How to Han dle a Woman:· ··1 Loved You Onte m Silence;· "Tht' Lu11ty Month of M11y;• "C'est Moi "I Wondt'r \\'hat the Kinl(iMUoingTunight and''Camelot BasedonTHWhite'11!9!'ll'lno" el. , .. rhe On«' and Futurt· Kmg "Caml'lot" w·eaves the romantic tah• of Kini{ Arthur. hiM ht-guiling Queen Gu1·nl'\'erl'. and Sir Lancelot. !ht• bravl'tlt orknight8 whc,..e illi1·1t lo•·l'furthequttn ti n111ly bring.a an t'nd tn Arthur's af{t"ofch1valryandpean·. Anall·prot·ntt'rttlLOt'rwhn•eca reer hu encumplltl'1'<.i t'H'l') 1<t.ajlr. rt'C'wdml£ and film medi um.Gnulet t'lH"t·la indl\1•n111y A H11ppy Time· and W8>1 namt'd t;ntertainer of the Ye11r" in La8 Veica~ in 1%2 'Camelot" will be directed hy !\orb J{){'rder. who P"•rformed m the Broadway 11nd na110nal wort ,f ··cameloi' with Rkhard llarrJ.11 and rt'-mounted 11nd chorl°O' graphed Harns' production for thrt'f.' nauonaltourt and tht•Au>1· tralianproduction HehuBer\'ed asdirf'("torandchoroographerfor 11•·arieh·ofindu1;triah1. as well as for numerou11 production11 in re­l{ ional theaters Mu~it-al director and ~~mdu.-tor will be John \'i1<llf'r, whollt'rved El~ a""i11tant musical director and conductorforfivetour1of"Ct1.ml'· lot" st.arrinicllarria. HeservedaM mu1;ical director conductor for the r('(:ent national wurof''Soulh Pacific" with Goulet Performance1Jare1Cheduledfor Jan. <!J.Feb. 4.eightperformanCt.'8 weekl)'. Tuttiday through Frida)' at i'i.00 p.m .. and Saturda)· Hnd Sunday at <!:00 p.m. and i':ao p.m Tuesday and Wednesd.8)·.Jan. :l. 4!4 Eire reduced price pre•·iew1. Sunday. Jan. <!" and Tue.day. Jan. ao 11re added non·l!lubacrip. tum performances -Kaplan Theatre "Dance Month" DEln«" Month will «""lebrate iUI 10th year 11t the Kaplan Theatre of the Jewi~h Community Center of Houswn on Jan. 6through Feb. 4 Originallyooncei"edaaafesti"al e\'l'nt featuring pl'rformera from JCCa11well11sseverallocaldance groups, the program haa now grown to include dancera. dan«" rompanies and muter teachers with national and international rl·putat1ons Tomarkthi11"dec11deofdan«": theprojectttflt'Ct11onthepa1<t.ctl· ebrateM the pre-11ent and looks for ward to the future. Deborah l111y willmtroducethecuncenl!lent'lon .Jan. 7 Hay 11anmternat10nalh rt"n<•wn..d modnn dance~ tonCh<>rl~•ICfltpher11X6zt' will be f1>atured un Jan. 20. On Jan. :.!1. tht· annual children's program. It'• a Small World.' will pretient thechildrt"n'sgruup11Acret1Home dan('t·(·ompany.Fortun1•C0<•k1es. Kort·an Folk llam·l'School. Sa\'ea South Na,. Spedal and Yt"llow RGo M' J>anct· T1·am ·A Decadeofl>an«'Gala l"on Jan.'l7willprl'SentCit)·Balletof llou>1ton,JoanKarff11r-.:ewUance Group. Jo••t•phint• John Gent"r&t· mg Company 11nd Several Dane ersCor1·. "Galall"onJ11n.it!will feature Audemy I>ancera. Cookie J0<· and tht· Jau ('u .. Ui11eo~·rry Dant·eGroupandShl'llo:y Power'11 llann•N Appearing forthefil'llttimeon the Kaplan The11tre stage ia the touring tvmpany Dall&11 Black Dancl'Thi.-atreon Feb.3,inanex t'it1ngroncertuf1piritual.jazz11nd mcldt"rn dance. "A Step in Time." Feb. 4, will feature the High 8chool for Pl'rformmg and Visual Ana Con«""n Uan .. ers Concludinf{ tht> e<m«""rt aerie., 8111 E\·an,., Gu11 G1nrdano, Jazz Uance Chicago and Impulse Banet Company of Boaton will performBelectedwork.11inthepl°O' gram ''Al>e<:adeofDan«""inRetl'O' 11pect''onJan.IO An impre.1<\\'t lineup of maater teacht·rMC<•mpleml'nU!thtooncert 11er1et1. Cl&11t1t'I in modern dance will beoonduttedby Hay\Jan.6), Mohua Fenley and David ParHOnl(Jan. ILJand~vans(feb Jtiandll'!J.r-.:anGiordanowilllead a cl81111 in jazz on Feb. t!; Israeli Folk !lance cla.i11u will be held Jan. 6 and 7, conducted by Ruth Goodman Nu~rt(;oi.it"f•larMuK111J.1A'thi.r111 T£'T,'i'prrsrntol1in •f .. ('om...J,r· 01 w·urldw1dt' l'l•nt·l'rl fa.vu-ill' hi' thf'M1<a1rllaU t<>ok th1· l9"<! (;rnmm\ a B+st Mid America Dan«' Company ofS1 J.ouiswillmakl'it11debuta11 a UanceMunthe•·entonJan. 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The Montrose Voice. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Caucus rejects 'openly gay' rule for officers [ ~ We're Back! M Safer Sex for Gay/Bisexual Men Conlmuf'd frorn pas• I Onll('('l)ndcallfor..,lf.nommatwn11 to HGIJ>(; oflk.-r and board poooi hOn•. l~nn1>1 Spen~r. current vice P""Ldtnt of the CallCUI, withdrew hi•nameuacandidat.-forrt--t>lec· tH>n to hu1 poonuon and r"'minated h1mJ1tlfforprf'tl1dent.Thl'rt'Wt'rt'flU nomination11fortht'po11it1onofv1n pret1iden1. and no chall1·n1e«r11 to in c11mbent11 Holl1er und Kevin lland sonfortheoffil'('"of1tuetaryand treasurer, rE'11pectivcly ~;d Bame. annuunn'<l h" cand• dacyforvacan1boardofdir('t-to111 P0&ition 4. a thrt't' year term. and David Fowler Hlfnommuted for boardP ... i11on6.forau-rme:<pirin1e m January, 1991. Sharon Stone. "'ho had P"''·ioualy announced for bolll"d aeat g_ "ithdrt'" ht>r name fn>m rona1deration btcau1t' of a chanf(e1nemployment11tatu1There wert>no11«0ndcallnom1nat1onafor buardBetltltl.5and6.BnanKeever had announced on fir11t call for re­electmn to board &eat 6 Third call for nommauona and theelect1onwill ht' held J an. 17at the caucus' regular meeting loca tion. MetJ"()poli1an Multi-Service <:enU'l"onWeatGray lnolherbusint11a,JoeThomtonof the poli~ advisory committee ad ,-ii;l;dmembt'uofahearingtodeter minetheca11cua'officialrespon1e. l.n q11,.,.uun11 frvm Mayor Ka1hy Wh1tmiretommont}'ICfOUIJ9repre­lt'ntt'd m tht coalition The qun- 11011.11 are mtended toaMu1tintht mayur"• ll('!t'('f.1(>0 uf a ntw Huu~ton poht·e chief, Thumton •aid The meeunawillbt-heldatnoonSunday. Jan 7. at the l\Gl.l'Cofficeat !MlO LovrtL Dara Bloom of the C'oalition l.n F;nd Clime Violenl't' a•ktd caucu~ member• for helpand11upportwith theirefforU1. Theirroupl,.C'Ort11wom en mto abortwn clinic11 through p1cketlmet1ofprote11terewhoareof tenphy11ic111ly,·iulent,llloom11a1d Chair Ka}' J-hllllQliC'ltedpartitipa tionfor!lnmter-orgamzatinnal 'di rectacuon'plannedfor theopemng of Randall"• at Weatheimer and Sht>pherd on Jan. 12. Tht> poui­willbeprot~ tingther.-centfirin1of a gay man wh0&e roommate wu ru mortdtohaveAIDS.andcontrnued deftn11e by Randal1"11 official• in courtdocumentsoftht>company"• righf"todii;mis1111ay11andpeople with AIDS from employment llillacknowltdgedll!'veralpeople mtheroomwhohadfiltdforpon !Lons within the Harrill (;ounty Democratic Party. Seven caucus memberswereseekingelectionorre­electiontopre- cinctcha1tshipe,and LealiePerezhadfiltda.e:acandidate for party chair. Fundamentalists plan conference on 'homosexual healing' ANAHEIM. ('ahf. CAP>-A funda mentalilit Oran11;e County Chn tian group led by ont of thl· na tion'111trongeetcritic:aofh••mosex uality i• planninf(anationale<>n ference thi• mnnth in W&a1hmgton on 'hom0ttt'xualityhealing' Thl' Rtv. Lou Sheldnn l!lUd Dt'l'. :lH the conferenn>11porumrtd h~· his TradLtional Valut .. Coalition will beheld Jan. it)_ Theml'(>ting".11ex act location will be k1•11t11t><-'ret to minimize prfllt>lll-11 by gay rights act1vist11,he11aid Theconferen(.'(' willuuminl'ef fortstoper11uadef(aym1·nandlet1 bianatochangetheir&exualorien talion.Sheldon said It alaowillconsiderwaystopre­ventgay1 from "'inning public ap­proval through lt>gislation. he said. Sheldon called 1he gay life­style and ll'gialation favonng it "'a threat to traditional family ,·alul'IJ aetforthineverydocumentofour JCOwrnment from the Mayflower Cumpact onward" Local gay rights activi11ts aa1d Dec_ 21'1 they will protl'!lt the Wa11h· m11llm conference. as they pro­te11t. ed an Oct. 10 symposium held by the California Coalition for Tr11.ditional Values in Anaheim That 1ympot1ium argued that l(ays were a threat to family valuea I suspectwc'llhavt·ama11111n• turnout to prutf'>lt what he's do­ing: · 11aid John Duran. an Orange County l(ay attorney. •·t:very where ht (l'.Ori to 11pread hi• lite. we'll be there. He's llO filled with hate he'• l0tit all ability for ration· al thinkin1;(' About 40 11ay rii:cht11 activi11ts .. ·erearrutedwhentheypruk-sted thl• Anaheim ('onfl'n•nce where WillinmAllen,thenchairper11onof the U.S. Commi1111lon on Civil Ri11ht11, angered gays with a speech titl t·d ··m11ck11, Animal11. HomOM'xuals: What ia a MinoTI· ty?" Allen resigned h111 poet •hortly al\ertheconferencewhenapublic furor de' eloped over hi& com The conference could reprl'!lent a movl' by Sheldon to take hi• mo•·ement national. 11aid the Re• Jerry Sloan. a Sacramento gay ac· "They're making us the object of probably tht greattlll religiou1 persecution since thf' Pilgrims cametothi11 country;· said Sloan "It's an ugly form of bigotry" Police harassing possible AIDS victims, say program director SAN ()]EGO jAI'._ L1·adeT11 of a federal proirram to ("ombat AIDS among drug add1ct.1.ay San l)il" 1[<1puh~arehara~11inl(di•·ntsand kl'<·pmg thtm fn>m t~•mml[ for te!ltingandeouru<ehnlf Alfredo \'el8Jlt~>. di"-"<·t11r of HorizonteM. aa1d pohn have fri11kedandapprehendedth•·1rdi en!.11. ha"e ~n 11art'a11t1c, arro­gant and an·usatory of 11tan w••rk era and ha"e t·n·n arrt"t<tl'd une 11taflmemberon1<u11picionofhl'm inu11t•.fort:inghimtotakt•adrulf letit. Tht· t•·~t .. huwt><I ht· Wll~dl'nn ' I don'tg1veahootwhoth1•_\··re aftt•r. Wt•rl' doinf( tht•ni and tht county ti fovor. prt•v(•ntinlf tht· spread of AIDS:· Vdruoco1<111d. J-le11aidhewanU1offi1·er1111m1ply WMtayawayfromW1·11t l'urk.udja cent to the S11n Ysidro !'ark and }{('l:reatlon Ct·nll·r. on Wt'lhwl!da~· morn1n1111 wh1·n Horizontn work er11wait fordruf(add1et11tul!ho" up. A nurt1t· "1th tht' county Health lll·parlmt·nt ac(~•mpanies the f(rtn1p to dra" blood for test '"' Cvunty health officer Dr: Don ald Ramra& ill considering formal ly requl'!lting that the Polin> J)e. partment 11tay away from the park "hen llorizonU>li iii there Wt would prefer that they do whille•·er they have to do. but not 111 ronjunc-uon with where (the proirr11.m ih operating)," he eaid "There's no qul'fltion that this im· pocta our activity and that of llorizontt .. 111 trying to educate thi11f(rt)upofpeople:· lh1111taff has told him that the lforiwntcs prol(ram has made .. mallptuifTtfllllllJ(f'ttingdrugnd di(·t.11 t.ot·hangetheirhigh risk be hllvior. Pohce spokesperson Capt. Rich ard Tonl'ck J1aid polict' fre(Juently areintheareabecau11etheparkis a hangout for druf( abusers He 11a1d whene\erofficerssee11ome­on1• who iii wanted for any C"Tlme. or apparently on dru11s, that per 11on will be apprehended Ithmkwe'regomgtoruninlll logl{erhea.d11on thi~11111ue. Toneck said. "'Wecan"tju11tavoidJCuingto lheparkjuHtbl"CaU11etht·y'rt·tht·r(·. That'• not l(uinM to hapJl(•n:' \"el&11co beheve. hi11 proirram '" dealin1 with far more lift.threat· ening lllliUl'S than the apprehen· 11ion of a ht>roin addict who. in a w·urst·CaliC 11iluatwn. might be a frt'tjuent armed robber or hurlflar The proirram. une of 60 111milar federall.Y tundedpro1CTam11mthl• country. ill dt·Miicned to communt cate the danger11 of AIDS virui; in fection to 11. f(roup of peoplt- "ho may otl.erwise havt· no <~intact with ht>alth nffidul~ TheproifT1un1my11uddid11$!0to bekMt.edforexpo11urt•totheviru11 thatl·uu111·11AlllSandnnoth1•r$!0 to rt•lurn for their rt·Mult.11 Six month• \at('r. lht· same addictH are 11oughtoutand a11a1narepa1d$!0 to hett'l!t.edandanoth1•rS!Olore-- turnforthe1rrl'llul\ll Outrt'nch workt·ni aliwdi"trib­ute hottll'I< of blto<·h to clenn needlt11 11.nd ,._,·rinlft'fl llnd cun dom11 Vela!ICO said meetinl(ll with po­lice to re>-0lve the 11ituaoon ha•·e been fnendly but unproduct1,·e Because five percent. of 1he l.WXI people tl'llt-ed llO far ha\·e11hown m fectwn wLth the AlD!::i vir~. ti is important that they all 1ttum for couruiehng to prevent the11pread ofAJrn:ithrough&l'xualcontactor dirty needl1'8 The three-year program. funded by a SJ milhon grant fJ"()m the Na tional ln11titut.eofDrugAbulll'.110 far ha11 paid more than 1.200 ad dict11 to participaU> in the project Alberto Mata. a 11enior adna"r "'th the Na\Jonal Jn11titute o! Drulf Abuse (NIDA), said none of Nil)As other program• in the etrnntry has experient'l.'d 11uch problemH with police lt110unds Jikethe police art' US· mM Horizontei; 110 they don't have to hunt people down:' he aa1d in a telephone interview fJ"()m W8!1h ington D.<: UH begins AIDS prevention project for teens You t·an 11e1 Aills JU>'t by •h11k 1n1[hand11 .. Lth111>mt'on1·whot.t-"1>. llJ\"po.;11\\t· "Thert.-,. no "ay you t·11n f(l't All )Sth1.·!iratt1m(•)'ouha,1·11l'x"' The111· are twu of many m18C<•n ceptiun11 tl'f"nlll(t·r• hold ahout AIDS.111,·ordin11tothl'l1ni•·er11ll.• of lfooHton·~ l'Hyl'hology Behu' iornl Medl<ine KeMenrt·h (iroup The llll rt'l<e11rt·h1•r11 han• hecn n"11rdC'd an initiul two-yt•!lr. $2U.67LgrantfrtlmtheNutio1111! ln~tllut.e of f\-frntal ll1·111th to un cover thl'llt' mi11t·un1-i;·p110n~ llnd examin1·howt1·1•na11•·rsdt"'l'idt'on Sl'Xual acunty. m hii:ht of tht· growmg thrt>at of the Mpread of AIDS Dr. H.ichard I. Evan", profeeaor ofptoycholol[y.dirt't:llltheresearch l{roup and i\11 t~naii:e AIUS pre venuon project. which .. ·illeollect data on more than 2000 Hou11ton area high >«.·hool atudt>nt;; Wt• n~-d to understand the mii; rnnt-eptiona teens hold regarding AIDS so effective prevt>ntion lll"t)· l("rnmst·nnbedtvelopedandmw fl:TDll·d mto the high school t•urrit ulum:' 11aid E"ans The multi-faceted will reMearch 1<1·wral areas. Key subjects to\)(' includC'daretheamountofknnwl 1'<igt·student11at1ualhh1nt>about AIDS 11nd 1111 trnn~mi111<ion; tht· dl· irree that druf(s, lllt~•hol and em<~ tione mflu1·nce ri1<ky "t"Xual prot· til-el among tet·ns and "hethl·r 111·nderdiHt·rt·n1·1· rel11t1•11 to hcmf( at r111k for AIDS Theproiect. will ah10 c-onnntrate cm den•lopmfl: a psycholo11ical11oci11l profilt·of11tu di•nt11whoareatn11k forrontrat·t 11111A IDS11nd d1·terminmf( theva lidityof,·ariou111·thni('andrntial 11wreotypt·11 ofthoH•whoare"'lll n11k'' lti11pol'!Mblethatm11nym111 cnnct-pt10n1exi11t1·onct•rn1n11t1"l'n agt·ra who are belw"t.<f to be at n11k for AIDS. tht• rt·<1·art·her1 said Followinl( thi11 mitial two year study. the t.:H team h8!1 been en couraii:edtoextendthcproject1nto tht>de\·e\opment and evaluation of athreeyearAllJSpre•·enuonpro- 1fram A1<11istin11intheprojectareUr• J _Greg Getz. re11earch coordmntor. and Linda Jackson. community rel11tion11coordinator.Al110partici pating an' the City of llouslon Ht>alth Depanment and local a(·hool di11tricts. General resu!la will bt• made available to the st·hooldistricts.buttheidentityof each participating tl"t'nngt>r will be kept completely confidential, thereijeorchers said Measure would close AIDS care house JACl\W!\ J\fo CAI'• -A ht ord ml[ hou.w> for AlllS nd1mJ1 ma\· clos.e bt-eaust' ofmt·rt'a~ed mom torinl[ and a prupt.»<ed hill that would cla .. 111h it u a ho11pin· Statt' Health ()!fi("(•r llr. Alton Cobb ha11 m"tructl'<i the Health lkpartmt·nt'11 ht·t·n11ur1.•andt·erti ficauon d1v1,.1on to mnrt' cJo,.._.]y monitor the~bndift>r l\ouMe Thehou11 • .,namednhtritHdirl'<· tor. Eddit>Sundift·r. lll11ucould nut tuntinue to t·xi~t m thot lll'Lf(hbor hood under a bill propoHt><I by 11tott' S<·n. Woot11ieT11tl'of Ptt:nyune h would be daflflified as a ho~p1te­and thu• a mmmt•rcial t·nterpri111· Theareai•nottnnedfore<immt·r cial bu11me><~e11. Tatt· u1ld thl• State Board of Health. which met Ut'l" 15mJllck11c•n Weha\'etheauthnnt\·torel(U· late health·cart fa<1ht1et1," •aid Mendal Kemp. d1ff'C\or of the lieen1ure and cer\lfi(·atwn d1•·1· 11ion. ··The problem '-' fitUnf( the home mto a catelfory we ha"e for lit"t'"nliure We\·l' been there thn't' times We've 1nteniewed n·s1dents Wt•\t' deten111ned it"11 a boarding hnuse. Yes. thepeopletht>reha.-ea d1 .. easethatwillleadtodeath.But lht·y are managing theiruwn af­fairt1. They come and go ns tht'y pleast'. I know there ha•-e bet·n dNllh• there. Periodically, people will be bed bound. lfitdOt'fl pa!Lll the thrt•11hold111to110mecategury that requ1ret1 licensing. we will d11,.e1tdown.·· Tht• ~nndifer House will proba bly violate tht' department's li ct>nsmf(standard11atsomepomt Cobbsa1d I do not belie•'t' that house be· lung11mthatarea:·saidTate.who told the board she moved out of the Jackllon ne11[hborhood because of the 12·bed house. Tate has introduet'd one bill for li«:nMmg hospiceli and another to e.;tabhsh a 60-bed nursm1 home for AIDS patients. Currently. state health rel[lllations define a hos· p1t·ea11acom·l'pt, nut 11 plat~. and 1he dl'partment eerUfil'I> ho11p1ce prt>irram11 for M1·dKMt' and Mt-di ca id Thl' Sandift•r Hou1<e ha• pro,·1d ed help to a lot of pt'ople. Cuhb said.-·lthmkwt>'rtg .. mgtonl'l·da lot more than the Sand1!.-r Hou!ll' to C!lrt' for the11e people.· ht· 1nud While w1•re buay tr_nnlf to etm trol thiK one. tef11cr1·ntean alter We"re11<>1ngu1monitor1tmort' uft1·nand kl'<·pll underdos(•rsur veillunc·e· Sandift·r. exN·ut1ve dm'l·tor of the M111H1H.11ippi 1'1·r11on11 with A[J)S JllV ProJl'C"l. wuH out of town andt'ouldnot hl·reat·hedfor TheBoardofllealthtablt-duntil its Feb. 14 ml't'llngany act1onun legU1\at1on prupo~t·d hy T11.te or Sen. Barbara Blanton of Brandon Health lkpartmtnt 11taff mem ht',.. ma1n1ain the only additional legalauon needed 111 appropT1att' fundi; for the agenq to pronde AIDS education. counseling. lt'llt 1ng.d1&east'surveillanceandpart· nt•r nuufLcation The department alllO supports a \~w prohibiting di1<enmmat10n agamst people m· fected with the AIDS •·1ru11 m em ployment. houi;ing.educauonand atcc~11 tomtdical care based solely on the1rinfection11tatu1 Marl[arN Moize ofJackfKln. a chwf opponent of the Sandifer !louse. mamtained her Bl'lhuven Heighti; neighborhood is severely affectedbycurrt>ntAm Spo\Lcy'"I don't believe a neighborhood should hetakenoverandmadeto serveapu rpoeeitwasn'tmeantto 111•1\·e: Moiteaaid Tate's propo11ed AIUS bill which the Health Department t'llh mates would rost SJ_J million over three years to implement. deals pnmarily with legal ll!llUtll about AID~ Blanton"i; bill. which hu a COllt 1'8Umate of S9 million o•·er three years. strl'li!if'fl educauon and tl'!lting If you're new or h ave f orgotten what y ou need tolcnow Monday,January 8th 7: 0 0- 9: 3 0 p.m. A pree. ronfereoce declarma "the retlrtm~nt of the ('omm1tte.c to Re­tire Brad Wrtlfht" W8JI announced Wn1ht. the C'<H\JlervalLve Kepubh Ctln who chlllrl'<i the Houllt' pubhc health t~>mm11tee dunn11 tht' 7ht •l.attlegi11lature.d1dn1>t81'<'kre-elec 1iontohU111(·atmthe1tatelluuM!of H.ep rNentat1v1'11. 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Cathedral protesters: No regrets lly Kl u ;y AKMSTRO:\G l'>J<:W YORK IAP~AIU!i and abortion·rights acti•·i11t11 >1ay tht•y havenoregre111abouttht·dt·mon streuon th1•y stagf'<i mtt·rruptmg Mass at Si. Patritk"11 Catht-dral Wedidnot1totothecathedral out olhatrt'd:·llftidTimPuwt•r11,11n AIDS patient and memberaftht· AIDSCoahtmntol"nlt·ruihl'owt·r. atanewst'<>nft-rent·el>ec.13. ·we had exhau1<1t-d t'\t•ry otht·r poq,1 bi lit} Some 4,·,00 P'l~'l'l" marcht-d out 1nde thet·athedral I>t-c 10. hand mgouthtera1urtpr .. t111tinl(('ard1 nal JohnJ. OConnor's \obh~·mlf effort.II al(ain><t ab .. rtion and .. afl"· &tX tducatwn l'oht·1•11rr1·><tt'dl"" pt0p]l"ou1>11dttht•churchandH 1n111de, where dotl'nll lay in tht· Cf'nh-rai>1k><t·v1·ralchamt-dtht•m 11elw.•s to )X"W>< and 11om1· thr~·v.­condoms in tht· ai~ Theal"l1•·i>1t>1attht-prt t'<mkr enCl"-three from ACT-l;P and two from Women· s Health Action andMohilization-dism111sedcnt 1t·i11m by politicians. religim.tA leadl"rs and 11ome fellow activi11t11 following the protest •·we mtant no harm or in11ult to wor><hipen;;· said Mary Anne Stani11ze.,.·ski. spoke11woman for WHAM' ·1t was not an attack on theC'atholicrehgion· ''Tht· Mas11 was interrupted for If minute;. We regrf't it had to com1· to that. but l)t."<>ple are d)· in!(.' 11aid G('rri W('lk a Catholic who.,. as arn.'8ted 1m1ide the cal ht" dral. llnt"prott>t<terthrewacollllecrat I'd communion wafl'r un th+:· floor. That '"111 an indi\ idual pwtt·11t and we can't speak for that per 80n He Wll8 a Catholic and wll>! part of the group. but itwB.lln't a plann,.daction:· 11aid Well>< l'uhtit·iani<-includinK Ma)·or Edward I . Koch. Mayvr-ele<'t Da v1d Omkin• and Gov. Mario Coc>mo-crit1cized the protett as an infringement on wonh1pen1" righta Any relilj'iou11 •ervice b.v any lj'roop ought not to be desecrated this way-no mattl'r how severe thepru•·ocauonAndtheprovoca tion is grt'lll especially for people who ha•e A]l)8;' Cuomo 11aid in an interv11·w on WAMC·AM. an Albany pubhc radio sta11on l'>o one m this country is more 11t·n1111n·e to thr need11 of people with AIDS than Cardrnal o·connor:· cuumo11a1d. "When we cuuldn"t find beds for people .,.1th AIUS. he Ka.-e u1181. Clare·11 Ho.­pita! He 11'.•>i'>I w the ho11pital him· 11elf He h8.ll cleaned the11heet>!uf the bed.11 where pt.~>plt .,.·1th AIDS 11l~p· The Catholic IA'aj(ue for R1•lig IOUll and (_"j\·il Righta llll<Ued II litattm1•nt from Milwaukee on DI'<'. 1:1. sayinf{ the protl'llters· ac-tions 'constitute gn'.N!8 violations oftheeardinal"sFirstAmendment rights to freedom of religion. free· dom ofspei!(:h and freedom of as· sembly'" On Dec. II. O'Connor de­noonCf'd the demonstraton1 as misguidf'<i and harmful to their cause. "If the aim i~ to change church teaching. they can "t aC· complish that.'-he11aid But acti.-isLB complained that O"Connor used his po1i1tion in the church to ad\"anCf' a political agenda. including lobbymll'. to keep public schoo]i; from of!ering- 11afe-sex education and 11a~·ing that he wanted to Jom OpNatwn Rellcue. an antJ·aboruon ICTIJUP that blockades women's het1lth dinieti 'The great act ofwo111hip that ()('('Urred. was by tho.<1·.'l.OOtlpeo> pie on the street." 11a1d S1amsze .. ·11ki ... , bl.'lieve if Jet1011 were with us now, he'd Ill' on nor 8ide'" Researcher's spirit keeps patients' hopes alive t\l';W OHl.EAt\S <Al'l- Tht· tt· nacity and 1<pui1 ot a L!·yt·nr-old rt'ht·arl'hnhu11hrnui.chttohlt·11 new•-atTlllt"th11tm11vht·111<hotm the am1 to de,.p1unng nt·tlmM u! AIUS On l )("c. 7.IJr~111·h,u-IMur1>ht•Y· Curb. 11 IA1oiMii1na·tramt-d n· t;t·archt'r. tocok tht·1opothi.:ht mlht· war 81{ain>1t AIDS with thiM un nuunn·mt'nL l lt·rh·amh11sdt·••! oped a •acnnt· that hll.8 prott-t·t>-d t·ii.chtul nint'monkt·y1 fmm "hat OllKhltohaw~·nl1·th11ldollftluf th1·\·1ru•th11t1·uu><1'flth1·11m1;m equ1\·alt·ntolat·<1oiredimmun .. d•" fic1t·n1:·y,.yndrtom1·. · Mickeywnstht·1oμMkplui;tlhat kt'ptthl'1·nthu1<1111<muμandk1•pt th;-s\• pt-tiplt dn•·mg. not ht-t·au11t· she wa .. poMh~· hut ht~·11ust· of ht·r enthu>1i1111m:· ><Utd l't·t1•r (;,•nont· d1re1:tor of tht' prinmh:t·t•ntt·r wht'reMurpht·y('orh .... ork>1.''Sht· kep111pm111upundhptti1lk1ng about Im.,. importunt th11< wu11. It spr1·ad ThiH 111 a ntul l<ttrihutt'. s;11d HonnldL' Montduro.t·hmrnfl.cou i1;1an11 State·,. hio•·h1·mi><lry d1· ~"ulmt·nt 11nd ont•timl'l'n·workt·r, ht·,·aus\· too man~· AIDS M."1t•nll1<\11 ilft•con.-int·ednoont•willt•H·rdt·· n·lnμa•·mTint'. But h .. r sut·cef.s and th1· atu·n uon 1<he re<:ei"ed ha•·.,n"t ht'<:·n 1·nool(h lo take MurpheyCorb'11 mind oft ont· di.sturhini.: fat·t Al· thool(h the ''illTine killNI otltht· •iru11ineiKhtrhl'f;usmonkt·y11.une wa><nnnethele>->< infectt-d ,\moni;t r('starch1N. a 90 p-t·r <.~·ntllU<"t..,1111rate1.~fineforprehm mary ""rk:· 1<hesaidinan mtn ,-11·.,. ]ru;t wttk. ··But myqut'sl1on 111, Whvnot nmt•outofnint·~· S<•. sht·h;isrl'turnt-dtnht·rl11h11t Tulant."s Dt•lta H.cgmnal Primalt· lh'll•·an·h ( "t·nt1·rin tht· wood11 m·.1r { 00\'ington to find out wh_,. (it·rnnl' is sure sht."11 find out Shl'>< got pen;1stenct' and k n111·it.v:·ht•s111d."Whensht·wunt11 Hnmt·thini.:. shei.:oei<atter it nnd work11 n·r~· hard to do it. Sh1· hm; workt·dH·ryhard" Muq1h1·yCurh w111; horn in (irt·t·rntlk, :\hi;s. and Tl"t"t't\ed 11 hm·hl'lor"11 dt·Krt'l· in nwdil"al tt•<:h nohij(_vfromNnrtht·a1<tlA1oiHiana l'mwnuty in Monrot'. Sh~ r('­(' t•i\·ed hH doctoratt' in m11·roh10lol(y in Hiio.ti and 11t11rted work at Tul11ne·11 primatecl'nU·r m HllH In ht·twl'l.•n that ttmt". sh~ marnt-d ht·r t~•llt·Ke 11wl'!·tht·ar1 and had twu11on11. now intheir t~n" For1hepa,.tthr...ey1·11T11,11ht·h1U1 l1-dtht•t·1·ntt·r"11('fforttofindth1• Holy Grail uf AIDS reM>11n·h: 11 \'llCT'Lnt' to ward ufl tht· d1>1ea,.;e that.110far.ha11nocurt". Th111partoltht•QUl'l<tha11taken "2 l "2 ~ t·ar>1. The 11t:1enl1>1ts 11a•·l' et1ch mon k1·ythrt-t•11hot11.om•momhapart. ofkilltdwhoh·•iru11.And.ayear lakr.ahoo>1t<·r.And.two1n-.:·klllat t•r.11do111•of>111nian AIDSviru11 IO t1mu the amount needt-d to infect cy "irus. which c11use11AllJS. tht• compound Murph1•.v·Corb'11 \Nim produCi.-d .,..ilJ ht_. a 1<ort of !(old 11tandard aKainst which othHs .,.-ill bemeasur .. d.(;1·mn1·1<a1d Youhaveton·memht·rth11tun tilrecently.we"vehadnothinl[bot failures, .. 1<aid Ur. Dani P Bolu11nes1 nf !Juke l'mn·rHity Mt-dtt"alCent1·r··:-;., .. we"rt'befl'ln nin11 to !11'1' ""m1• 1<u<"t·t..-. There·" a m"untain of work to ht• done. but it"s all doablt· I'm ver~ 1·nt'llura11edby1he..eexpt"nment>1' ·she really ha.; 1ht· nght mull "auon: Anythin11 can ht_. dune: Monteliln) said. '"That'll impor tantinthi:;field. Youha•·etugoin hopefulandoptimt><UC Dr. Jon11!<Satk. cr~11torofthl'pn lio •·accine and now at work on AIDS, is11collaborator.,.·hot11lk11 with her rt·gularly An~imponymg the injl'<'tionl:l I like the wa.v sh+:> thinkH."' Salk wt·rt•tht•va1;t11tretche11ofordin11ry 11111d w11uhing11nd ret·ord-kt'eping.thl' JJrHobt·rtClallo.ont•oftwomen Knnd-work of rellt'arch credited with dist'C)llenng the Ewn thoul(h it muy be ~'l·ar11 \)(~ AIDS \'irus. say>< Murphey·Corbis fore 1<C1enti11L8 d('velop a vatcine 1hescientisttowatl"h1nAIDS-vac againMt human 1mmunudefici1•n tine rebearch AIDS groups oppose 'hypocritical' immigration questions Hy H A"'~'~' y t'. ROSENTHAL WAS H ll'>GTOt\ IAPf-AIDS group"aroundthecountryareap· plaudinlf are.c:ommendation that the Bu11h adminiMtration 11top &cr('('ning international vis1ton1 for thtAIJJS •·1ru11 "Tht· lll\'po:1<1et1nowenforced bythelmmiicratmnand:\aturali· zatwn Sernn· all· hypoi;nut·al. ran11t and hum .. phobic and muMt bt_. aht•li11hKr· 11aid Pat C'hrllnen. tXl'C'UUVt•dirt'cloroftht•SanFran c11<CCi AIUS Foundaunn The r>Oatmn11l ("omm1!<1'1nn un AlllS mad1· publ)(" a n·eolutwn l )t.(· l:.!urg1ngth1·go•·ernm1•nttu 11topa><kin11•·1>11t11111tuthel'mted Stt1tu1fth1•yart"inft'Cledwithth1• Human Jmmunodl'lici('nCy Viru11 (ll lV).whit·h1·11u>1t'tlA l[)S.andto 11u1t mnrkml( th<· pW<HP<lrl>< of thoowwhuart At l1·11>1t :11.; natu111u! url(111111.a tion11.includin11tht·Am('nt·anHar A1<1<ot:i11tion. the Amt·riean Ci•·il l.il)(•rti(1!1 l'nion, the Amerit·an H.t-d ('ro1111 und thl'l'>atwnal Law )'Cni' Gui ld t•ndor11Ni the nt·w im mLl(rauonn.,.olution Curnntp-tlhciesinfringeonhu man nl(ht.11 and dign11~ ··and tht·y n·inforCf' a fal1<t' 1mpn•si<10n that AIJJS11ndlll\"infectionart·a~t·n nal thn·at.' 1<a1d Ur. Joni' E o .. burn. who chmni tht> cummlll· 1<1on. ~In fact the)· an·>1harpl.•- re­t; tru:tt-d in their mode of tran11mll'· 111(>n 'Th111 pohcy 11< d1,...nm1natory. it 111 onJU><t. ll violatt'll bll!<ll" human r1ght11. 11 1nfllct11 unn1 .. ·u11ary hardMh1p and emha1T11>U<ment on analreadysufft·ring-ccommumt). 11a1d t·harlt>H('annan. pn'>lidentof tht·WorldFederut10nof ll tmophil " Fortvolon1[1rr11t10n111ity.rath er than public health. has gov Hnt-d 111 t h111 art•a." smd Ch11i H Fcldhlum. lt•l{islative counsel to tht· Ameriean Civil l.ibnut..; Un ion'11 AlllS prowct The t'llmmi11sion 1m1d tht• lmmi gration and Naturahlat1on Serv 11.'('routmclyquc.itionssomel:.S ''t8itorstol1•11rniftht·yareinfected by HIV and that this has already caused several international 11'.fOUJ)li and agencies to boycott im portant ronferenCffl to be held in the l'nited Statet next summer. l'nlese the ret1trict1on11 are eaJ;ed.eaidse•eral11p0keemenfor groups concerned with AIDS. many international part1c1panL8 al't'expt-ctedto11tayawa.\ frumthe tith lntt•rnational C'onfertnce (•n AIDS. in San FrancilK'O June <II.I :.!4. and the l!lth Internauonal Congre;.~ on Hemophilia. ><t·ht'd ul1-dforW1t11hmj(lunmAui;tU1Lt. The cummi>1si11n t·alled for 1m mediatt" admin111tra1t\e 51.t'Jlli to end qu+:>slioninl[ ol' tollribl>I. ><tu dents and temporary .-i1<1tont about their HIV 11tatu11 .,.·hile ap­p] ying for ,·11191<. This would elim1nalt• thP t·or rentprnctiteof11to11pin111rnvelt•111 who11rec11rryingAZT.theonly J1 censed anti-HI\' dru11. 11nd blood products such as dolling factor used by hemophiliacs;· thl' t'-Om mission11aid Travel restrll"tion>1 for 1~i11le with HIV l.x·gan two ye1m• ago when Sen Je..se lfolmoJ. HN.(' 1<0C«'eded m adding HI \' to a h11t ofdangt"rnofi rontai.:wuH d1si·B.llf'll ('l!nsidered by the lmmiicrauon und l'>aturalizauon S1:n1c1· A wai•er pruct'M; W8>i m;;Ututt-d a ~·t·ar ag11 for profouional oonft·r en~'eh.bu;;1n('Slltra"elandmedical conferenCf'll. but a code"' plBCf'd on the p881iport1< ofthOt<ewho re· ct'he11uchwa1ven; Ur. Mervyn S1l\·erman. prt'>IL dl.'nt of the Amt·ricnn Foundauon for AIDS H.e;;earch.118id inutelt· phone interview fmm San Fran cisco that thl' rult"S should be changed be.: a use ''th1· policy i11 not goinKtoi;erveany111gnificantpulJ. lichealth l!t"nicebutthepott"ntial for d111crimination 111 aigmficant with a oode in your pas"port knowntnevt'rybody" There11olutionc11lledforat"Om prehensive r;•vit·w by the IJt'part­ment. 1; of State. J u~ti<'.'E' and Health and Human Servict"S of immil{Ta tionpolicieson1·ommunicabl1•di11 eru;es. ei;pecially HIV infection Censorship flap ends after a month at state museum We' re working to bring you a real By OA\ JU BAl'l>EH. newspaper. ALBA1'Y :\ Y <Al» Tht· ~t'" York .StauMul<l'omh ... qu1t-ilyreacht"da comprum1,... "·1th an artuit .. ·hoac· cu8edthem .. 111uuonofh..,nophoh1a andrep,_ionforpul1Jn11a""arn in11lt1bel"unlll"xuallyupli<1t•1dt· ~ Thea1Cl't"ement.,.11hlluffaloart111t Juhr l..ando. announctd n._ .... ~­ended a month·lunl{ 1<t11nd..rt with artiHlll l't'ffimllll't'nt ofthl' nation11I controver•yoverpubhrfund1nl{ol HobertMappl1·thorpe'aphu1011ufh,,. m01U"xualact11 Tm reallyrehevt-<l thlH wel{ot 11 done and d111mayed that 11 t~111k .. , k1n11 to l{f'l t.ol(Nher:· 11B1d Mnrtm Sulhvan.•tatemuowumdirfetor. Zando"•foorndeota~arepart of an exhibit on f>;t·" York ><tate ...,·omenarti11i.th111U!a11hemu•um untilthftndufJanuar_~· S1nn•&<,me ofthev1df()Sdtll<'U,..•l'Xoaht~11nd C'Ontamfullfruntalnucht~·-th+:-mo1<4 um wanlt'd \I> .,.·arn parent>< th<! work.I mil{ht not be 1<U1\ahl fo children.SulhrnnN.id A111(n ...,·amm11 ·parenta!dt&<T..- on ad•ied''wuplan-dc>ut.J1de 11f the roum wherethe\'id•"""ere di5pl11~·t'd and 11h<'"·non theKret"o bt-forethep1'•1(Tam5taru-d J.ando"• •·i11- .. ·..re5hnvrnnn<'t'aday ZandoaITusedthemu .... um •f~t,. flm11afr~flo.,..ofideb.118~·m mu lll'Um8 aren"t like mn•·1t thtater1 w1th"l'G"and 'H.'ratmK•-Sht·d1 .. mended hundt'Ollbepu!led from 1heuhib1tafterthcm0Meumrdul<l'd turemovethe.,.·arnin11label11.Fin other Buffaloart111t;;alMOthr~atent-d to pull their art from th1•aho" m 1ympath~· 'lre11llyh11dthel<l'nllt'thatthey "·en• 11oin11 out of1heir wa_\· to prt•· n·ntpeoplefromviewinl(mywork"' HaidZando,a2i'-year·old•ideoart Sulh•ao ><aidthemuMeumhada re><ponMibilit_,· to prot('cl parenl.fl. •mc1·lillpernntofthemuseum"11\.<! millionyearh· •·1ft1\orMan-thildren lle•aidthe'-"<•ntru.-en<ywa~parth-a rl'l<J>"<>kllilastfall1Mapplethor1'>" diiipuu- C"""lfl't.'88 rrductd lltl apprupna t1un tothe:\ational Eodu.,.mentof tht',-\rt.11afterlrarmngfederalmu1 (•\'had •Upported Mapplethorpe"11 .,.urk. which MOme '-"<•n111dned ob- ~"' "Thl8111ad1!f11·ultt1meforart1•ts." said Sulhvan. "There 111 a htiRhl eof'<'111truutl\'lt}' tu«n><oll!hlp But thl8111tuat1onl8qo1ted1fferentfrom Mapplethorpe" One of the \'ldr<."' f'nt1tled lley Hud;·1nter11pent·1111<·:·nrt1ofth1ol91'17 puhhc 11u1c1deof Penn11~-J .. ania1tate tre1111urtrH Budd l)wyerwithth0tie orawomanun11ppin111hedrl'H1of another v.-oman. Zando 1a1d she trit-dtoronveyhcrfethnl(thatthe 11hnotmgwa11themorep0rnol{Taph icact 1WnofherotherHhortfilmedeal w11heeduct1onbetween .,.·omen ~1findthecontextuahiauonofmy .,..(1rka11!)(.m11un1101tableforchild ren 111 rt·prehtnftible:· aa1d Zando Much of her "ork deal1w1thirrow m11upandthed111ct)\'eryufllt'xuah t.•.11hraaid Zando u.1d >1he thool(hl moMeum 0Uic1al1"·erequN111yaboutthev1de­,.~ ao11t".1npart.1h .. ydrpicted\8- h1an ... x Sulll\an denied thtft Hr 1aidirraph1c1magesofnud11yand nolenctrouldbeoP'14'\tml(toch1ld ren 1fthey·retakenoutofcontex1 C.:urator:\maFe!Mhm.whoaelect· ed Zando"s work for theMh"" and acteda11anintermed1ar)·dunngthe d1Mpote.uid11he .... -!U11urpruiedthe muo.eum had a problem w11h the \'Jd "Nudity ju~t d1dn"t 11(1•m like it wouldbeobjectionablrmanar1111t1e context:-Felshm11B1d_ .. 1 ..... a11reall:1 11tunned,qu1tehom:11tly.whenl fin<t lj'Otwordthatthert"w&111{01ni.ctohea problemltju5thadneverottnrred tome. l certa1nlydidn'tdoit1Utryto beconfront11tional' Sullivan 11a1d the mu11eum tnl'll nottobe"areprl'lll!ive1n11tituuon Wt"do1''t pull workAofart from a ehowbecau11ewedon'thkethem."At theeametime.heea1d.it'1notal(a] lerythatrel(Ularlyfeaturese<mtcm por11r~· art We don"t "ant to 11e1 peoplt tumedoffbecaolll"wt"h1tthemo•·er thehead....-1th&<ime1hin11theydon't nptcttol!<'e;·heuid State officials may 11mply ha.-e bet>ntryingtnpre,·entfl('(mtn"·er1<y from boihn11 over. In March l!IM atate ("1o1,1nt·1l on the Ari.fl leader" werenn:leredtote..Uf)atahearmi.c &fl"' th•· f>;e" ''ork Po01t rrp+:int"d ~------~ 11tate l{l'anu. "•·re o•ed to ><Uppon art>< pmJectH on 1ran,.•·e..t1><m and h••m•-xuaht)· l'nder the cumpn1m1...e reached i)ec2!J.th.,mul<f'omhuaj(Tetdto Jt"t ridoftheparentaldu1cret1on "·arnml{11hown at thebe11'101'il11{C1f the vidl'o and Zando h!UL agreed to ae«ptthe .. arnm11eignouu11deof thl'~mall theater ·1 wa~ more mkret<ted in lettml( tht'mu11cumknowth11tart111t11have nll'htl and they al~o havl.' a certain amountofpower:·eaidZando,wh011e ,·ide<> 1HhNnga1red twi«aday.•·1 thmk that'• 11omethmK that they t~implt-tely U1'dt'rtallmated when they fir11t attt·mpu.'<i toctn&ormy "·urk Fel1<hm 1a1d that. irumcally. the mat(·r1almZando'1vidt'<•tape11.1ttl ati,·ely mild oumpared w what can he at~·n on televi11wn thl'lll' days "Qo1tehunetitly.''~hu8.td,'"lthmk 1f-.umrkid11••1alked111•"nthr•·1de­ns) thrywouldn'tknu" what all the fuu1.1at.•ul The Montrose Voice is the First Choice! F' )AV. JANI ARY 989 Ml)NTR• 'SE VOICE !ii Penthouse to publish Gobie article in March We cover the News of Montrose By JOH!•O DIAMO.\'J) WA8HINGTON tAPl--i't"nthuu11e magazinehu hrok('nwt"t·kllof111 lence by announong publication of an "intimal('" mt('n·i('w with Stephen Gobie, the pro.1t1tuk· who hadarelation11hipwithHep.Harn ey Frank Th(' March 19!*1 U!11ut• will hit the new811tnnd11 thl.' fin11 wt'<'k of February, acxording to magnzme spokeswoman IA"Mlil·Jay. Frank. D-Ma1<11 .. undt•r inveeti go.tion by thellou1<eethiC11Com mitttt fur his involvt·mt•nt with Gobie. promptly dubbed the Pl'nt houl!E' announcement Dec. 21'.1 '"a non·>1tory My guet111 1s thl.' only problem Wt·nthou11eJ iii going to ho.ve 1s whethertocl8a8if)· ita11fictionor non·fiction:· Frank said Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione.inaone-paragraphan nount~ment. aaid the interview would detail "the eubterrnnt•an go.yaceneinthenation'acapital, and it.II hotLellt players"' "ThiaisthemOlltintimateinter v1eweverpubliahedconcerninga 111ttmg member of Congre6e.' Gut'Ciont•said Gob1e wa• paid a rt·portt'd S..'J0,000 to tell h11; 11tory to f't•nt hout1e Ina n""'conff'renfl'hankdi• milll!ed the potential '-'XPl<>Hi•·e­neii. s of th(· P('nthouM- article. He said Lt wa11 .. non111•n1>1:" to helievt' recentreport.llthatth('('thiucum mitttt waM delaym11 it.II inw~tigo. tion until it can r~:v1e" the Pent house article Ethics cumm1ttt-1• Chairpen10n Julian Dixon. ll-Calif..al11oreject edsuchclaims.notingthatanyin· formation Penthou11ecouldobtain the commiltt'(' al110 oould gt't sim ply by illMuing a 11ubpocnn Gobie alrt'ady h311 le.<lified be fore the ethicscomm1tttt. frank ha. not yei appeart'd before the ("(•mmitl('("-which hold11 all llil hearml(ll behind c.fo1wd doora­and has not 1111id whethl'rhe ha>! bet,n inntt'<i to tt-.;tif~ Frank1<aidht"i8anxiousfurthe opportunity to sh"" the("(•mmit l!'i.' that (;obi('"s l·hargt'>! are un lrUt'. Gulne has an unh11ted phone number in thl' WaMhington area andt·ouldnotber('al'hl'<iDec ~ fort·omml·nt Thl'l'thil',("(1mmitk•1•in.-l.'llti11a Gay writer identifies with Rock Hudson By JERRY Btl"K ~~ ~~:~~,..,'" \hi/fr L08 ANGELt;s 1AP1- Scrttnwntt'r Uenni11 Turnt·r at finttumeddo .. nanoffl'rto .. rite the111.·rttnbiograph}·otRo<:kHud aonbo."<:11U11('ht'hadal11oledaduu blelifl'. I said noa fl·"' tim('11. butthl'~ kept coming h11("k.n Turnt'r 11aid Tm glad th('y did. l 11a1d no be cause l didn'tknowhows(·r10W1ly theywanlt'dtotrt"athu;hom011ex uality. ldidn"twantt-Oduatrave Jogueofhi• life.nordidlwnntto do an exploitation 11tory bt>cau~e it wa.toocl011etomyownlife " I didn't want it to bt• like th(' 'Liberace· moviea where thev didn't ad('Quately eckno .. ·ledg.e his hom011exuality lfyou"re going t-0 do a Rock Hud8<m movie. it didn'tmakelf('nH(·tomenottogu intoall therornera "I wa. penrnaded when AHL' andtheprodu«-uagreed1twould be a lf('riou1111tt1d)· I knt•" it waA goinfl' LO bedont'and felt aea gay man who had 11hared a lot of ex!)(" nence that it 11huuld be dont· hy nmt"IJnt' who would understand wh111 .. -a,.goin11on· Actor Rock Hud11on was one of llullywood"s mOt;t handsom(' and virile11aeen lovers whose 8eCret life WI a gay man became public knowledge when he bt>came11trick l'n with AIDS_ His death in Oct 1!11''"> hl'lJ">('d create an awarenet111 ufthedisea.t1e The 1 .. ·u-hour '"Rock Hud11on' will he telecast on ABC Monday. It 11tarsThomas Ian Griffith aaHud 110n; Daphne Ashbrook as Phyllis Gatu, hi.a former wife; William R Mo11es as Marc Christian, his OOm· panion. who later 11ucceasfully suedthet'9tate;andDianeLaddas hu1 mother Andr('w Robinson, who play{'({ Liberace in one film version. is Ht•nry Willson. the agent who changedRoyFitzgeratd'snamet.o Rock Hudson NH(" ah;o has a Rock Hudaon project m the worke. based on Rock Hud11on His 8tol')·," which Sara Da•idson wrote in roopera· tiun with Hud!<On and hi11 E'!!tate Them .. neUlcurrently inde\·elop-mt'ntwllhnuannounC" l'dplannfor productmn Turner11aid h(' felt hisuwn hack jl"TQUnd would ht"lp him bring an under11tandmjCtolht'11tory ''I had been married and had children: ht'11aid_ 'l'martto•·t'nn11a!ooh"l icandhewW1an11J("(,h<11icwhod1d not rl'('ovt•r Wt•"re both gay. w._.·rt' both pruduct1 uf th1• l!l.~'°8. al though hl' "aMold(·T. andw('both J1ufkredmthat11('<.·tl't1Veen"1ron ment 'Youfeltyouweretheonlyptcr 11on on the planet who was gay Thelhoughtofhl'ingexdudedwaa frightening Rock's secn·t11 Wl're eating away at him and they ult1 matelykilledhim.Hewouldnotre­veal hi11 perBOnal lifl',eventohi11 clo11e11t fril'ndM. I think the fact thathl'rouldn"thetruthfuloon tributed t.ohiednnkmg The alco­hol in turn tXmtnbutt'd to hiM prumu;cutty I-le waM incapable of ha\'mg 11 long·term relation11hip with anybody ldon"lthinkhewaJ1 h"ingthe kind oflifl' hl'wanted. It det1troyedhim Turner .aid he mterv1e-wed Ph\· Gate .:\larcChruitianand othl'n. "ho knl'w Hud11.Un. Th(' 8l·r~npl11.y u1alsopartiallyh1U1ed on Gatu' ho k. '"~h lluMhand Rot·k Hud!ll'.,n "Tht· 11tory takes him frQm 21 to !:.,.;:·hi' 11Bid. "It ht,gm11 m 194X wht'n hl' l{ut hi.a fin;t 1ob ma mo•· 1e. I h· had l•n(· linl' in hKhll-r S<1ua<lnon: "hich ~tarttd Edmond <rBrit'n and HohE·rt Stark 'lli11hnmo&l'xualityhndalrl'lld )' manife11ted it.11elf by then ... said Turnl'r. '"I think ht' and Phyllis lon.U ('arh uth('f_ Th'-'Y had a ro­m1mti<" relation11hip before the-y married. H0<:k wanted to he atro.ight.ht'wantedtohnveafami ly Ht·ga\'l' it hi11 bchtahot "I wantthiHmO\'it'to11ho .. 1hl' romplt•xitil'll of o. man who hap· pe11ed to h.:•l(ay and a human hl' mg l'mtin'<iofthemedia.andl l(UeP the evt'r)·day population trt'atmg 11'8\"ll or any mmonty BM a lltl'rt"'Jtypt·.ajokl'(Jrawnlkmgdi ea!M!'. I want('({ toshuw that kttp· ing sl'Crl'lll. nul be-mg able to he honest or t·llooaing nut t<1 he hon ruct1.-.~ tu t'•·ery<,n(' Patients to live longer in 1990s, experts say li\ TllE ASSOCIATEll l'H.ES.'i Exper!M 1-'rt..!tt"t 11n mc·rP>U<t..! num bf.rofc.·a><f'MOfAJl)Smtht·l'~i<Js,hut ft'dcralm...Jimlaidfor1u1t11•ntMand mcr~11><f'rl11<><"i1tlMUIJl)<•rtw1llalMoh.· onth1•rlll(• In tht· l!!!K .... AIDS pulu·ntM mny livt• long..r IK'l'UUKI· dn1·\orH ur~ learning ho .. to h!cwk d11kn·nt t~· cle11ofth('d1K(•1111<·.1mul('harh•s\"1m derllonot.11""1~tuntpmlt'&>'ormtht lkpurum·ntofMt'thnm·111:>; ('Mt~ morial llo~p1tal 111 ('hup•1 11111 Blo•:kinf(<>nt·iil<tllf for11whil1' .. 1>n"t kt't"P \hf' VlTUM lrnm dt•nl"l'lllJI. h .. 1a1d,hut1t .. dllll•"•lNJtro"th !-ilo"l' 1Cfo"th !\"'""' plllU"nl>< w,11 1<LEly m rem1sli10I\ !unl{er. and m••n· .. ·illhet~att'donanoutpat1ent ha .. ,.. \\1th their numbers and lifl' upe.·tan("1e>1 1nc:re8J!1og. AIDS pa hl'ots' l'l'Onom1t' impact will in t"Tt·1tM1·dr11m1tticallyinthenextdec 1uh•. pnimptmg the fNlt·ral lfO\"l·rn mrnlundlol·ulhoapitolMto<vm•·up with an outpatwnt funding pro­i:;: rnm. Van der llonit told the Wil nnol(ton Moroml{Stur. l'h1· liht·..r numheNl ofpeopl1· l'll IJ'l't·t...J tobt."<·omt"AlllSculM;'sintht· l~IOHalHo .. ·illcuuMt'rhangt'llml·aMe m11na11t·ment. Raid Leo Tl'a<"hout. ex t't·ut1\·t•dirt"<:tor ofthl'GHllW AIUS He••urt·e l'n>Jt-ct. Thl' llft>Up hl'IPll AlllSpat1t'1t.111na"t'''l'n-<"<>Unty11re Lot•al heulth d,.1>11rtmrn!Jl"'ill be ovrr .. h..tmt'd nnd r~11mnul CllHE" management "-~·,.tt·mH "''11 d .. velop he ~111d. Tht• n·ginnal c1·ntN'!< will hrlp e<1i>nhn11u· s1·n·1n• mu•·h "" hou,.mg nnd mt'<ht·nl IT<·ntmt'nt. ta,.k11 th11t l>rl\'Jll<· lfl'OUIJH ,.,,. domg Tht·incrN1Hin11lll\.'mfl.._·tt..lpuir ulat1on11l110 .. 1lldit·tnh•that11t·n .. rnl 1ntt·rmMl>I l""~>mt• th1· pnm11r~· do<" tono fnrAl])Sp111wnlJI. r11th1·rthun dm1111and hc,..pitalsnnh Tt·at·hou\ •aid ht l'XJ><'<1.li mnrt m1·mht·n111ftht•g•·nt•r11lt••mmumty to ht-iumt· l••ffil> l•nutt· toward AlllS l>llllenl• Agency ok's 'singles; nixes gays as parents An a11('nl·y that 11rr11n11e< 11<foμ­uon> 1 uf foreign chtl<lr••n hy t·s clllzl'nt1111opt•ni\- """·kmg 1<LnJ(lt• andd1n1rnod11('<1plt'11"pro"J""' uw adopun· part•nllt. hut tht• eam1·agt·nl'\ calt'gorwollyrt•Jt't1.9 1111y11 A 11pt>kt·~pt'fllon for l,011 NinoH lntt-rn11t1on11I Adoption Crnt('r ~aid Jiil,\'~ and kshrnn1, alon11 with "felon11 nnd pt'r11<•ns w1thah1Htoryoldrugnndukuhol abuse or nwnu1l ilhwa><."' an• dia· qunhfi,'I{ from rnn><id..rutmn "" adoptt\'t' 1mn·ntt1 Al110 t·xdudtod are .. elfor;•rt•c:ipit·ntM.l'llllt·n><o! fort'ign l'ountnl'll 1unl1·~M murned wanAmn1can11lttt·n1imd11t·o11le "honrt·lll\"·posillve IA>~ ;\im•s_ bat1t'dmTh(·w,,...:1 landa.northofHoui;ton.is><aidlo h;nt'alt'llsrestricti•t'qualilica l!On pro1:t~s than otht'r statt'·h n·ni;edagencie" Thl'center'111iter llturt· t'mpha.~li;\·.~ it.s openncM Tht' lll(t•nC)' platt·s Latin Amt•ri 1·11n.Asiunundlocallyburnhah1e,; and t·hildn·n "1th adoptive fami 111'9 in Tl'xaH. "ith a u11uo.J .. a1t ot bt·t"<'t:n><1xundlXmonths.Adop­t1vepur, ·nlHHTl're-quiredtotravt•! ahroudtoimmigrateachild Aprt·ssreleasei>enthytheaKen 1·y to tht Montro,;o Voice invited 1ngle1< or t·nuplt.,. married at lt•1111t <ont· ~·t·ar. with or without childr;•n. of all ruH,. rehgwn~and ph\·11inll hm1tut1on11 ... pri"r di H•rt't' 111 ;wn•1•tahlt' .. to attt·nd a s('minar for proo•Jll"-"li\·1· p11rt•n!JI on Jan :.ro. Wht·na .. kt'difthem troductory 1H·mmar wut1 op1:n to 11ay und lub1an pt~)plt· who ml't th1·t·1·nt(•r'11 nth..r r1·c1u1remt'nts. a IA•M Ninos t·mployt't· 11tatt'Ci. w(' donotplut(•t·hildrt·nw1thhomo 111"xu11lt1" Tht• l"t·nl1·r t·mplu~·t't· rt•ud 11 M't·tmn of tht• ng1•ncy"11 h11ndl1<"•kthutli11ll'd"1ll•r11onMof homu,;exuul orit•nrntwn·· umong thnMt• .. hornuldnotbt•('<>n11idned for purttuputmn. an~>rding lo tht· gu1d1·l1nt'fl Alternative News, LEAP & sexuality classes Altem&UV1!18. a group of prof-~ ntJ ga.y m11n and lelblan8 tnt.he Bryan C.Oll&ge Bw.Lon ue&. haa begun publl· cauon ot a weekly newepaper. "The AJtemauve News~ to transmit tnfO""­maUon to the 1UAe MM area leebl. an.ga.yoommW'Ut.y lt18nvwdlaU1b­uted tn m&ey outlets tn Bryan-Ool 1sge St.aUon and 18 &1eo avallahls a1. two Houston book atorea. Lobo&nd. lnkllfllB AOON8 Pl'Q)6Cl l LEAP) a new fund ~<:' Houst.on &re. 1811b1&11 mothers tn Vllved.tnc:ustoeybaWaaTheftrat benefit wtll be from 4()().700 pm SUnday . .Jan 7 at Bllochua Ac!Jn1& 110n 18 $3 UAP was created t.o provide laabl· anmother8wlthequalaooeaatol'a.lr --uat..oc\Ytr1ala.upla!IledLEAPbo&rd In t.heaprtng, the publtsh sr8 pla.n to expand cll'Cllla uon to tncludll Prt.Lm view ll\d.Brenharnaewellaauther Houstonout.lets.&OOOL'dlngt.o Montro1t Kelghbor­hood ::i.o~.J~ ~=:~~ ! lvent1 member Closly Wynne Tiielloust.cmelfon.waa prompt.ad. by the C88I of Klm .Jordan. a moth er of two whoae hus­band. 18 eeekin41 &o!H c:ustDczy- baaed on .Jor­d& n.'s sexual onenta !J.on_ sunc1ay·11 benefl.t Bryan are& haa been "'em.hu· Willgot.ow&l'daS7.600 etaauc:·ltazzullollAld.-Alternauve Newa" 18ta.rget.edspecl.t1oal1,ya1.ga.y and leebta.n prof-lonalsa.nd 1t.u­dents. who malleuptheffill,)Orltyof theoommunJtytnthedlat.Mct Jtln cl1Jdelregularooluntn1t.h&l.cse..J wtthlegal,madloal.rellglousllldpo- 11ucal ~-Written by prof-Ion alatnO-flelda&omthelrvetspeo. feea&aaaled.byanattcrneyappolnt.­edbytheoourtt. orepreaent.Jordan"a children Thtl nrst Installment of $2..6001.Sdueby.Jan 15 LEAP f\mds Will only be uaed to helppe.,ytheoourtorderedf-.notto pe.,y Jordan"s pereonal attcrneys, Oonrue Moore and Debra Hunt. """""..,. L!.AP will sponsor evente through :iuttheyMrtor.1811fundstohelplea Qierry Wol!will be (Ull8t D.J !or & bl&llS tnvolved. In legal battiee cknolbenenunctheLeablan!qual Wynn111181d. -Seltuality claM Altl61"t>undauonHOU11tolll'IM9Ched uled.twop~nt&Uon.ofits~ ity'SUual!tycl~d.lrectedtoPS and. bl8eXU&l men dunnl .January Theci8Sllell.held.monthl,yattheAJ'll omoe. 3927 !!Melt. otr Weelayan. wtll beotr11redat700pm.onThllrlday .Jan 11 a.nd on Mo~ . .Jan 22 The c1-ate801MWhatltmltedtn111Ze. &op&M.lelp&ntsareaaked.t.o~rve& spot. Al'll llducauon dlrect<>r Bt.n. u-r Bald. 'n\ere 18 no charge for thetMmtalt.houghadonat!OnofSIO 18 111\00UN41ed Pan.ic!pante who make adonattonwill ~1veanAl'll 'eafsrsexw.Metypack"FQrmoretn· fonnat1onreg&rdlngthflclaeaaa.oon tact U-rat623-6796 -Women'• network The Montroee Q:iunaeltng Center Women's Network wUl present "Rec 1'111.Ung Your World.;" anexperunent&l IMlnln(fllCUlW.ed.byB&cy&Khall&.a ther&plSt. who worU wtth med.It.a tlon, NLP an4 yoga. at 7 00 pm. 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Call For Free Est1ma1e1 Celebrating 2nd Year In Business.' · WeH Clean Up Your Act" FRIDAY_ JANUARY 5_ 1989 t MONTROSE VOICE 7 Nutritionists to present lecture M1l·hael K Wil11on and Wilma ci.tie and stret111 management Lamh will ("<)nduct a self-heal program forPWAainthe HoWI· inl( and nutrition lecture at ton area. He ha.a alaooonduct- 7:JOp.m. Monday,Jan.8.atthe ed several lecture,workthope orticu of AIDS Foundation utled "A Mesaage of Hope and Houston, :19:!7 Esaex Lane Encouragement" which are Wil11on and Lamb are manag er11of':Ar..luveablef<'eaat;'alo­calht ·althandnutritionstore Lamb ha. been working with 11nd11tudyinl{thenaturalheal inl{propt"rtiuofht·rb.lforover 1·, yea111. Ho\iOl{ll(lmeprevi 01,111 nunnnl( experien<'I:' 11-nd h1ning"nrked bnefly fordoc­tuni, 11he began heratudieain naturalhealthc-areandaelf­ht> alinir. Lamb11aid. The topie111 of ht'r dilcutt.llion will be ho111- h .. rhe ftt"d. rl"lflllate. cleanse and heal tht- body. and herbS hi11h ronct"ntration of natural ntamms and m1m•ral11. 11he preaentedfreetotheoommuni· ty_ (His next work•hopin thil serieswillbe J an. l6atR1ch'1.) Wilsonalaofacilitate1aweek· Jy self.healing d881 at the Cen· U'r for a Poeitive LHe1tyle at ~:00 p.m. Wedne.day•. In the.e da88e11, he use1 atreM manage­ment tool11 and bnng1 in guett apeakenifrom acr011thecoun· trywhoareprominentintheir respectivefielda In the AFH lecture, Wilton will addre13 the importance of 11tress management tech niques. Tht'!ie techniques in dude exerci.se., guided ima,ge- 11·. affinnationa, viaualizationa Wil11on. "ho formt·rly man and meditation. Participant. 11g1-d a llnu11U.m ht•alth dub. are askl'd to bring a pillow and wa~ tht· fin11 tol"rNltl'an f'xer blanket ~n Jal£morl! of Filings show Ellis has no Dem. challenger; Wright is out -MICHAEL LaFLEUR s . M•chaelStephenlaFleur.38.along By SHERI COHKN UARBONNE Evans. who reportedly Wall con· the race for go"ernor. 11ay1ng he cumbtont Da"id l'atront-lla. who i-ral Jim Muttox. Fonner Go\ time Houston resident. died Moo- Mu,,trou hn<"<' Editor t11dering the senate race and. lak'r. f~~nn,;:~~c:e:~:: f~~~ t::~ t~:~ :;~, ~;.:~:t~1~0 i~~~ep<~:tp~=~t ~::l~~t~ ~~,1~tp\in',l~h~~::~~o:::r 6~;g:n~~ly1 1~~:w:;~~~~1~~~:1.1~ Rodnl'y t:llia. who reeigned from a judicial race under the dl8tnct ~ · h Id d I L 5 Huutiton Cuy Council to run for aelection method. apparently ~aet~ t~:: yhe::~ W:.~~\;h~e~: 'lln P imary for that ra<'t' Hawkin11, Hay Rachal of!itafford. U~ower~~ee:n~o~e ~~~~a;:,,yta~~ Craig Waahmgton·1 Dill. 13 lt'at .. ·ailed until the last momenta be- 1111! had annuunn·d hu1 1nten Stanl1·y EdwardAdamHJr.ofAua New Orleans In recent ye.rs_ he in theTexaaaenate. will notbefac- fore the deadline to file forre-elec- tenni, Hid he will consider other ttoJUL 10 HGLPf.: m Auf{ll11t. and tin; Republican: Railroad Com was employed by Continental Air-ing a challenger in the March tion. ~ 1 don't know for aure if he polilical race1 m the futurt' wtu1 grantl'd a tt·mporary exl'mp- mu1awnuKent Hance. former Sec· lines Llemucraticprimary.Several1tate has <filed for re-election) yet. but At-large council mtmb.er t:ll' ~n rom a caut-Ua byJa .. provi rt·taryofStnttJa•·kHaynes.Clay· Michael •S su.-..<wed by his par-ttprl'M'ntati• ·es from Hou111.0n, in· rm pretty 11ure he'a going to:• an nor Tin•ley filed for thf' l'rt-<"ln<·t aion t! at prohibita olf11·trs from ton Williama or \11dland. Tom ents l•ve sisters twelwe nieces and eluding Al M:lward1 tUist. 1461 aide in Evans" office said Tuesday poaihon m Harr111 County ('om ~ king elf'Ction to puhhc oUic-t' Luco· of llalla11, Ed C·Jdl' of Hou..- nephews and numerous lriends and Larry t,·ana <DiBI 147), and afternoon mil81onera Court being gi\·en up His ll'nn a 11 presidl'nt ol thl' cau ton. Re\ W '.\ Otwell of Fort Funeral se.-..•ces were held Tues­Harold Dutt.on (i)iaL 14:.!l. who Another &urpriae cameTh!'flday by EA '"Squatty" l.yum1_ In the C"\<& l'Xpire11 !his month Wurth and Huwe X Owen11 of day afternoon in Morgan City For had been mentioned aa po111ible when state Rep. Brad Wright Oemocraticprimary.aht•fact'tltwo JohnPaulH11.rni<'h.chairofthl' Mt•rktl l.ieu~enant Go,·ernor, intormat•on regarding a Houston ::~nioernit~: t~~:::.~;~:1~:;;: cDisL 134), the conservative Re- relat\\lely unkno .. n candidatu, board of AIUS Foundauon Houa- Dl'mucrat. Comptrolll'r Bob Bull m~;:~:~~:·~~)~s~o~5~~:o:lus ~~~ :~::::·:::;::\::::~·~;»~: ::~~~~~:;:;~~~:::~~:~:;E ~J~~";:;,~;:~:~~:~:1:?.:~s'. ~~,.~:~:E~,:~::;:~:::~:::.~· ~::~:'.:::'.·~;~:!·~:,J~~;:~ ~:·i·::.~~:::t~\~::::~:~:;: ~~-p.!m_ filing deadline Tueaday, state lf'gislature, did not re-file for ;~~=- ~:i~~- J~er~: M~;~l':~;.i~· Uurnit·h wai111.mong sevnal thul :~~~;/{~~;l~~l~<.~1~>:r:i::1;;pn ~:· ~~e'.h;eL:idonSgot~~~:h~~r~e live or State Rep. Debra DonburgCUu1t ~;11t~:8~~~~ro~·;~ia\ i~a~;u:~:h~~ ;:rho'm'1'"_Lw'",",'h·b~•,nfitel Oru•ga and ~~~l"~-~le~n i~ht~~i~;,i~~\, d~~:~~~~ trit·iu Hill of Ualla11. Tex l.eiar of -ROGER C. DUGAN Ll7J. who11e diatrict 1nclude11 '-' ~ " h Id J) lJ St B t B f MontrOtie, He1ght11 and parts of =~~i~~~o;,:;~~~~-o~i~:i:!~~\~~ In another final hour1•ntry. lli"· ~u~~~·-~~:;i~~~h:1\.~~~u~l~~1;,i ;is· 1.:k:."·s~i:t1\";~~ u:ne; r~:·;b~v M~1!;·c~u~~g~e:sl:~~g1~1~~g and ~:~d~-::K:~~e:~~:d~~=vi~~!~; cludea parta of eouthweM Houa- ~e~~l;:~cH:r~:~:~~~;~~~;/1~; trwt judi1l"~h1pa m :'>lay. Mn"t in Stt·t·lhnmmt•rof Hou11ton endurongtherawagesotAIOS.Rog­re- filed for hl'r houte llt'at. urging :ia~:t Univeraity Place and Harris County Judgt" Hard~-. run i·~,",,"'., ",,,'',',',1h1 :~·:):::,r:r::~·~d ro~d'~·~,:~::w~:~~::~a~•Sh~:~. :~;~~~~f~l:u~~~~~~o:r~~t.ple:ec; othl'r repre11tntal1\'f'll to do thl' ning un<Jp~ed m thl' primMy, Wh 1 d H t h ~~:tro~~~t~:~:~:c:;~tBill Hntts. fo;;·:r R~.~~~:c:~;~ ~;~dH~gl~!~.: ~:~ ~i:C:.~~~7h~·~t"'~.~~r ;,a: ~:~.b~~l'l'·~L~~~r1t~~.:,~:.~:::a~ :~:,~~1:~~~1: ·:;:i~ :,lt'l11,~~::;.~I:. ;~~~~~:~~=:~~~~"!~~~~~~=~ Uanburg and Dutton both han WriRht'a backmg. and Chad era! election fl'cted by the ledl'Tal urdo• an\ WarrenG llard1n11Jr.Statl'Tre8'1 ton Chronicle Roger was a mem- ~nugc;na!~~~:;~;e~;~:~:;:t~:'.~re~~ ~~~~~~ ... ;~~~~:r~~;::t;:,e op';e~t1.ea:~~h~l~l~.u~~~~~:1: ~::::: ~~·;~~:r':~~~-:~1:~~l';ri1:11~~···~ ;::.~;:~~:~~1 ~-'.1:rr~lK~~~u:;;: ~~o~E:~:~~~~:c;;~~,F~~~:. publkan pnmonl'll m their dill ('here was some SJ>f'CU\ation dent of the HvuMt<on Gay and l.t-a· h d. Barn ch "11\ hit"t" !hi\ d Kun·n Fnt-nd Qf lluuston. Bell)' Dugan of New Castle. Del trict11. Edward" fa{'('9 Lam- Tut-Sdfly that Wnl{ht'a delay bian Pohti<·al{'aucu"-""s"r: orilo( Frain Ann11nclu(iut11en·zofAusun,San and h•5 son. Tad Dugan ot Lake lilackmon and Sam Jathon tn might han indicated a la11t m1 tht" lallt mmutl' fih·n un Tu•!llda) ( 'andi:fatft. who fih :i in tht Jlll· s,1ha ('ounty .Judt:t· T .. m Hoyden ::•:;~1~1~ ;:; ~.~~:rh~::~:.~ ~:,::~~.:· =~:~::~:f":b~~:~ ;~~1· c.~n:~::~a~~:~i:\ th:~1e!~~~1 ~/~~~~a::~;:;.~~~;:':~;rh~.~~:.i~ ~~:::s"~f ~~~ ~r,:t~~::x:c~ni~r:.': ~:~·~1bn'. ·~1a•~I Ila~2an::-i~:;· ~;~~~~~~~a~~~~t: YA M1h!ary for h11111eat WnKht d1·med bemg mterf'f!ted m 11cra11c pnmary. t•hnll1-n11m11 ·\1 H1 1 Att• rnt·y (;1·n •llt· Ho_v Hll St·ll .,f H1chmond s 1 I b 1 II 1 Computers he/-rh patients cope, communicate ~::~~1~J::~I;~~~,~n~. .n ~:~i eKpressed !Or O!hers atfhcted Wllh Hy l\Hl:STI LMHREIT l'l,EVELAND iA l'l--Peuplt• with AID~can u11e theircomputl'rtt•r mmalR to learn 11bou1 the lateiit trl'lltml'ntsfortht·irlllnt·1111or(·hut .. ·1thothl'ni .. huhll\"ethed111l'<lst, und1·rt1ft-d1•rallyfundedproirram d1-•el"Pt"dhere l'utienual11oc11n iu;k nun.1'11 al.out r.1ndom11 and uth1•r health l<>PICIL 11nnn,·m,1ual}- and u11e a l'l•mputf'r databank to help thf'm dec1dem11urance.houa1nK.tram•· purtatwn and other matteni, the program"11de•·eloper11.&id Ike. I:! Patnda Brennan. an aN10C"1ate profo~~or uf nur~ln~ and 11y11tems enwneerin~ at Cai;e Wf'Ntern Re til'r\"el1ni\ersity,soidshf'knewuf nootht"r proJ('(t of it~ IYJK•in the country.Theproirrami11fundedb~ a $600.000 three-year grant from the :>;auonal lnaututf'ofHealth lt11 not so much how to take cart·oftht>irillne~ashowlodeal with d11y·-t1rday li•1ng ho" to getebu1111ehedule.howloprepare 11mu·k11. It alt<O gu1dN 11omeone thruugh deeu;wn-makmg. 1uch as where to [i,·eorwhethl'rlotakea ne"· drug:· M~. Bl't'nnan said The expenml'ntal l)'lltem 11 hnkcd to a databank and tram1· m11•111on 11y11t(·m rnllt·d ('!t•\1· and Fn-e-~et. a frl't·. t~immumt.\"-m ce1111network Morl'lll)l'{'iah11·d1nformut1onun acquired tmmun<· ddk11·1Ky ,.yn dromt>111unan1•lfftron11·bullitm board of AIDS data and mlom1a llon-11harmg. at-n·s1<1bh· onl_, to the AIDS patient11. M~ . Brt•nnan 11a1d l'IH"n m11y n•mam anon~ ffiOU8,llht•881d 1\r..enty AIDS plltlt'OllJ ll'lt"ctt>d undtr tht' prujt>ct ha\t' uiM..:i th<' 1en·i«' m the pa~t )'t'ilr. \h. Hrt i· nan11a1d The proirram 1~ entl'nn11 ~set· und phas1·, which .. ill m\• hl' 50 AlllSp.tllt'll\>and1·omp11r1·th1·1·t kdin·nt·~~ ol th;· n1mputt·r sy !t•m with tht· mor1· 1·onn·ntmn11I ust•ottht·lt·lt·phonl'.:'>h.Brt·nnnn 1m1d The AIDS cumputl'r ~.\sh·m l!I no\ 1·umm1•r<·mlh· an11Jahil-. hut .\11. Hn·nnan111idshl'h••P s1tw11l he ·a ~prm11txiard Thi· dtt·i11wnmakmK <U<1-wct 1a or~ ol the ~ystt·m·s uniqut" h·u t1 rt'S, \Is. Bn·nnan aa1d. It lu;111 a 8t'nf"llolquaflonaandro11111dn11 ll >ns I• h..!p a pl'r&1•nd1-c1d1·h•'" ll ra•·1 ... -1ethl'r o buy a aror W \t"TO I• Ji\·e \ls Hrennan 11a1d ah1· 1s t"l<pt· null~· rnwr1 •lt·d111 plltwnts' u,.;t•of AIDS was !ouching_ your wahant th1·11_\-sh·rnto'"tulk--tount·anuthcr and successful etfof11o mamlam ,·u1 nimpull·r your d1gntty and independence 10 "Ono· ut tht· lnJ.(gt·11 t prohll'ms i11 the last was •nspmng. your enor· !atil(Ut". o·nn wuh pt~iplt" who mous etlor! to re111m your sense o! an·n't 1•hysinllly \t:ry ill:" i;he humorandsh•eldmelromyoursu!­aaul ·\\1· huH• p1·opll· who may fe11ng was especially endeanng I h1w1· o·nouKh 1·n1·rK\- to gt·t to work hold you to a recent prom•se­but tht·y·n· 1·xh11ustt-d tht> rest of you'll be the rsd1an1. gu1dmgspirot tht1·•1·nm11.S.1thl'nt•tworkal1 .. ws who greets me when I, too_ ana1n th"m to makt· ac 1al t~•nh•<·ts at etemal peace and rest' T11 then. their c•wn pan" you love in my heart and thoughlS \111. Hr,·nnan 1<ud thl'rl' .. erf' All other old scores--whetl'ler real ·~t.•ut Jt><XJ AlllS ( •U<l'>I in Ohi.1 a" or imagined-are now semed I llt"C I ... ·11h ~1'9 ca~s m Your friend_ Bun Besl'lears l u~ah•,11al unt~.wh1(·hmcludu ( "11·•1" 11nd " ~IJNTAI >E VC :E FRIDAY JAMIAAY !'>89 Montrose Singers planning busy year Hospital defends halt of free meal program BySHUtl ("0Ht:S DARBO:\:'lit; tm1Cm furl...SSB'sbandcundu<·tor. \/.,111r., .. \:,,,,. 1-:1u/11T Ro~- Ci,;nt'ro1<. i,; giddily optimu The Montro"'e Singf'r>I. Jfou1<ton·, llr Tht> ,,.mgers. like the music gay mf'n·s choru11. will ct'll'hrate they J)t'dorm. haH had their 1ti; tenth 11nmnniar)' thu; Junt· Nhllrt' of high11 and lows and memb~:lll 11r<· hoping to m11ke The Montrobe Singer .. starttod 19'1U a mt·morablt· year in more in l9MI with i'!O voice~:· Cain u w11y11 thanolll' plained ··The 1;rnger8 functioned Wt .. rl· planning 11 nry hu11~ a11 an arm of the 1thenl Mvntro11e ye11.r. W1·han·11thou1<11.ndthinj(11to Symphonic Band:· Within a)·ear. du:· !laid dirt't"lor Beau ('a1n Tht• thechorushadseparatedfromthe group alrt·ady ha11 M•vernl 1>er , band 11nd formed ttsownorgani forman1·t·11111:h1odultodfor1h1·com 1.a11on.dirH:tedbyAndyM1ll8 H1K Y<'IU. Tht·y will parhnpatt· rn 'At that time. the idea wa11 thi11 thl'Hou1<toniwrformanceoflfr11rt fan11111tic flash in the pan:· C11rn Slrmgs the 1'auonal Tour on Fl'h s11id of tht· group·., earl)' populari "l 111 Jont·~ ll all. and are p!annmg ty and hiKh membt•r11hip. "In a tnp In \"11ncuU\'f'r to appt-ar at 19N). e,·eryonf' really wanu-d. to l"elt-bratwn ~I: Gay G11mt'tl III 1Cet invoked rn thing& that l'X and l"ultural Fet<ll\'al Au11:. 4-11 prl.'11><ed gay pride" ~;:.i:1i"~~"1·t~; :~~n:1 T:~~~:na m!~~~::h~~"t=dlhi~~~;; t: ~ha;;rl'r;~~~:;11:~~t·\;.1~~~!7i:,': ~I) 1;11ll an impreMi,-e number. ~·1:1~11::·~~ 7":"<~::~~~~~:': :::· :~~r~d;;;"~,~~= ~~~~~:-:e:~~·;;~ formllnCt'tl "'II 0«ur throul{h••Ut by("ainas ·afabulou~.1<e-no•u11d1 tht- yt·ar ... uth 89 impromptu l"On rl'\11>i." took the 1<rngl'rs· hl'lm that cntll 11.t tht· Kll.ll'h<, 11.t Wortham ~-t'ar. and prtM."l'e-ded to try to turn Center 11nd appcarancu 111 bt·nt·· them into "'a 11l'riou11 chorus that fitM.Camsaid couldbeprt-M'llted11.nywhere.per ThegruuphalllllMuJUlil"rappl'd form in lrontofanyl{roup· up a hu11y ytar. In 191'9. the Albert's dirt'<;t1on may ha"e MontroMt·S1ngt'T11JOim-d national bt.·en a littletoo1<criou11. howe\'l'r, C(•lcbr1tw1Romano\·llk)·11nd Phil for110m1• Tht1CTOup"smt·mbe111hip lrps. San Frand111·0 t"Qm11· sandv continued to decline. Jtff \'an. tht Loot• Star Symphonit· Cothran. now C11m's as11istant. Band and llall1111"0ak LawnSym tooko\·erin Decemberof\91'!7 and phomt· Band m thl' pride w{'('k con ll'd tht• singl'n through the Chri11t Ct·rt "'St.om·" all Memoriu:· Tht· ma1111ea1;on before turning the di l'\'l'nt wa11 ··imme1111ely >1un·t·11H· rl'Ction over to Cain ful."' 11t1·ording to CaLO. llM wa>1 thl' !fr (Cothran I just d(•ddt•d he"d KT<>up"s collal:M.>rallon with l..S...l.;H be mort· u11eful to thegroupaM a m <ktol)l'r for tht' hand"11 10th an 11rn11:er ... baid Cain. ··but I de-cided ni\·t>rMarymncertatMl'tropohtan he'd bel.'''en mort>ust'fulhl'lping Multi-.Sl'n1ct- (\·n1tr Cain. who me: In thl' cumpromi11e. Cothran hai; bt't'n d1r('('tlll1C thl' 111nger11 for becamt• Cain"b ·•right hand man twoytars and u1alAOcurrently1111 and continued i;rnging. Said Cain. Tht M1>nlrou Sm~r• M:lll ~ltbro.lt tht1r ltnth annit·er3ary th11 yeo.T Wtrt"ally <•rtofC'-d!Tt'<.1 Carn blamt'tlthl'AIUSenhlhfnr thertal plummeun11:ofmember ship. rn thl' later /\0'8 Ptople m th1• gay community bt•umt- "'in diflerent"'w11:aypridt.--rtlat1-d.at· t1\1t1ea ht"t·au1<t' of AIDS. and manymenturnt'<iawuyfrumbe-­in. i 11penly KHY. ht• 1111id Otht'rll "crt' simply t!Mi dr11in<'d ufliml' and rt•l!(JUrt(·1 to t'Omm1t tht•m 111.'l\'l's to a(·ti\·itit'tl likt· tht- choru11 or bond And M»·er11I original mt'mbt·r11 of both .iroup,., who11l' talcnthadllt'n'l'dtornspirl'many C<Jllengue11. Wl'r1•lo11ttuAllJSdur lnMlhl']aMtdl'l'l\dl' Th(' .iniup had only nnn mem bt•ni 11.'ft wht.-n Carn tooko\era11 director. and now farl't!I onh 11h11:h1\y be-tte-r. "'Ith 15. Hutwh11t tht> 11roup lat·k11 in number 1t '""""'''~~..-1 m11kt'll up form tall"ntand mm mitml'nt. 101<1stl'd Cain "Ont' of thl' bt_.,.t thm11:11 about having a .iruup th11111mall 111 that alloftht•membersart>l't'allydedi cated:· hf' 11a1d. ·wh~·n tht'ycome torehean1111.thl'y"rttht.-re1*cau11e­the-) · really want to be" Carn 11aid he haA al110rl'l'l'l\'ed call11 from p1_>tipll' mtt·rutl'd in joining, and t"·o m·" pt~iplt- had partJcipatedmthl'recenttiellllon al C<Jnct•rt.11. He nouod however thet""ldon·trtallycunHiderany ont• a membt·r until they"vt Ill· ttndt-d at lt•aat thrN' r(•h('an1als Andwhensomt'<met11ll11andsays thcy'l111howup.lt11kt·itaMm11ybt.• they'llbetht're.andmaybenot."' Thing11arellMik1n.iup.ho"·e,1·r. forinteret1tin theKroup.Oneprn llJ)l'<."livem·wmt·mber."hon~'l'nt· lymo\l'dtu l louMtonfromCahfor ma.ha11aninten11iHb11<·kground in mu11i<· l'du1-ation and prufes- 11i.,nal txperwnct'. h i11 a distinc non ht shart.,; ""h at INl><t four pre11ent ml'mbt·rt:. ("nin 1M!int1od Then. wt• alsu ha\'l' Jlt"•plt· in thl" 11:niup wht1 can't read mu><1(·, and l'\'er"thing in bt-tw1·1•n."' ht> .aid. ··E,·tryont> ba1ically Hnda their own wav to learn ho" tht·ir part1<hould sound A ln·sh. le88 rt'!'lri1"11\1• llP proa<·htot<l'lectingmuict<•rJll"r formancesisalsoj(enerntinj(nt·w intl'r('>lt. he><aid. l1w11rn.il'rs art· attempting to t>Xpand selt'cimn>< lO ap1>t"al to a larg1·r 11.udientt· "For about fivt- years. tht.-Y wt·re onlydoinl(whatwouldbeu·rmed as "clBl!sicaJ" tun .. 11:· Cain 11aid Now that they ha\'l'"\artt-d add inlC rontem(MJTBfY 11ung11. "'\·in tHJ!f't'.'llUntr)"·"'t.,.t<·rn"'andBroad way-.. tvlei;ho"' tu 1w11. pt'<Jph·11re 11urprised. but the chanl(es uri• g('n('rallywell-rt'<.'t'ivtod.The(kto bercuncertwiththeband.Nm11i11t in!( of Broadway ><how music,;,. antxamp!eofthenl'w11tyl1•.Ci11n a aid The pnicos o!tr11n><latinl( pop ularmu1<1c into an arr11ng1·ment formultiple,·nic~11<n"te1ll'y.Cain said.Often.thearranj(eml'nUlart" already availabll.' commercially. but i;ome11mre themt>mbtortwntt' thearrunl(ement><tht·m11elve>1 •Jt .. ,ml'Oll(' mthegroupha1111 11on1Cthey rei11lylovl".thatthey•ve iu11t11:ottuh11\'ethl'gruupdo.we'Jl goahl'adnndworkonanarrange­m1 ·nt uullll'l\'l"B:· Cain said. ··or <~>unit·. wt' hove to obtam perm11· 11mn from tht·N>mpot<t>rheforewe CllOUHll." Wr11rn11: an arrangt·ment i11 diffi 1·uh. but IM"\'l"Tl\I pl'<•Pk in the group haq•dont' it -·1 can do one in 11 Wt>t'"k to two w1...,1ui.:· Cain a.aid. "and that"s UKlllK 1·\-l'f)' a,·ai\able mrnutt' .. l"am1a1d h1·ha11thrt~goal~for the 11ingt·r11 m l~IC.l ··I want to havt· a really d.vnam1tl' gay pnde­Wt" 1.·k 1·onfl'Tt. lo raiHl.'enou.ih mon ty for our triptoVancouvl'f_ and mor<·thnnunythinKt'li<t'.tomakl' Monlrtlf<t'l<lt upund toke notice: h1·t1u1d Men rntt•rt·Mttod in performing w1ththt'Montrot<t•Sml{t'rsshould bt•11hlt'to11ingen"1•mble-111yltand mu11l attf'nd n•hearsal11 to learn thl' mu .. 11· to he performed Re­he11rMal11 bt•gin l'Uet1day. Jan. 9 7::10-IO:<IC.I p.m. and will rontmue on 11ul»it"Quent Tue.,day11 For de­tail><. call BN1u ("ain . .">ifi·1'1715,J11 ioon ('abo•t. 520·i'!t91'1. or Jeff Cothran. Ni'" ~11'1 CHICAGO tAP ..... Cook County Hospital"!! director 11ay11 he will ask the Cook County Hoard \O("Qn 11id!'rrernstatin1Cafree.outM1de program of meals for AI DS pa titnts which was 11bru ptl_v HU1< pended last month for l1•g11l rt'!I sons Terrence Han11ens11idl)e<:.21'!he willi.ubmitaplantotheboard.the hospital"& go\·t·rnmg body. in J11n uary,askrn({thatnbecontmued Hesaidthepro({l'amwai;canceled onlybecausetthadhadnolt·,cal contractwiththehuspital The canC('llauon had promptl'd protests from 111'\t'ral AIDS •up­port groupe. indudmlC tht AIDS Foundation of Chicago and tht· Hu;panic AIDS 1'etwork Last month. theh0llp1tal put on hold the meal11·on·w ht"t"ls pn•icram operated by Open Hand Chicago a non-profit program for A IJJSp11 tienl.li The progr11m was opl'rated b~ Open Hand Chical{O in coopern lion with the lurnl Ann Sather Re!ltauranl.8. Until ite 11u11perunon last month. it11er"ed fr{'('mt1,l11to about 30 patienu each 1'uetiday night TheChica1Cu'l'r1bunesaiditoh­t11ined an intemal ho11pit11l m1•mo that said tht' program wa11 termi naled 1*c11useof"'!ell'.'ltimatele1C11I aswellasmedicalmncernson·r therece1ptoffoodprep11redbyout 1;adesource11 ·Thereisnoident1fiabll.'ml<t:hu msm ofqualitycontrul tom11urt> that standards have bttn met in the food preparation and handlinl{ techniquea.""themtmo11aid Hospital 111M)kl'fl" oman Wanda Robertson 11aid. 'Thl" progrllffi wa11 put on hold.it was not t(•rmi nated lllinol.8 Mllllonic Medi<·al ( "t·ntt-r. another Chicago hOllpital. hlil! 1>p­erated a ~1milar pro({l'am for thf' past four year&. Hid Dr David Blat1,co-directorofthatho"pit11l"M AIDS unit •·we have no oonct'rnM about contaminated food or other P< 1 hie liability," Blatt11aid Doctor absent as lawsuit proceedings begin Former head of AIDS group dies at 47 NF:W YORK {APJ-1'rial prtlCl't'd ingsbe11:anTul'tldayinlhl'la"Muit of a doctor "ho claims 11hl' Nin tracted AIDS whl'n shl' pm-ktod her finger w11h a contaminated needlewhileworkingataCLtyhooi· pit.al SA..'\ FKA!\USCO (AJ'1-tlank Cook. form('r prnident of the San Franri..co AlllS Emergtnc\ Fund. ha11 dil"dolcomplicat1onsfrom the dillf'a.e He .. ·11~ r Co>k. prE-1 ident of the fund in 191'~ kr,'..dil"d Dl'C. "l:iat11ho01ptC't'for AllJS \"lcttml. He helped ra111e mort" than$J:,md\ionforthefund.which PIYM hills. pro\'idea food and lfl\'el 1upport w AIUSpatienl! "h' h8\'f' runoutulmon(')· Ht "'H 11 contract admini~tratw forthl't.S llep11rtmentofHuu111ng andl'rb1m!Wve!opm('ntandai;pl' ciali•t m hu 11111: fo tht· t'ldl.'1ly C•K•k "a;; am~ ber 01 tht' Cooler enct"on H.,1111>njt: lurthe-Al(l'd A mUl\t' of :"\orw·i1·h. ~Y. he grac 1ate-ifromSanJ<flt'Stat(·l"ni While Dt Vtromca Prego plan11 ::~~~;~;M:t~;!ud~n ~:eoA:.~·hen :dtt'!ln:~ ~:~~e ~~;yill:l~~o~~ A Ma~" wa~ to ht- held J)K-_ 30 which began Tu!'llday aftern<M>n Burial w1> to ht- in ~ew York Reporters were barred State lobbyist reacts to health department letter "There was no netod to put hl'r through this stre!lll. She will l>t' here when the trial open11;' 11aid Prego's lawyer. Diani' Wilntr From OLEN M.AXEY. executive d.1 You're right on the mark lf you rector. Leebl.aruGay Rights U;Jbby gu&seedAustln's Rev. Ma.rk Weaver Never 1n our wUdaat tmag!Jlatlona and h1B right wing l\llldamentallst <11d. wa think. that bUre&Ucrats at cohort.a the ~ Ilep&rtment of Health U get.Ung a rew calla and Jett.ere would buckle under to a raw from those who WO\lld deey AIDS homophobeatosuchanextentthat grants to our org&nlz&tiona re­now funding for a JNdOMty of our 8Ults1nano1flclal{attorneygenar­oornmunlty AIDS orga.nlz&Llona al·,: oplnion request. It oerta1nly oould be 1n)80p&l"d;y shows that Dr Bem· Dr (P.d>ertJBernatein. Comml881oner of Health. haaomc1allyasUd TU.u Al.torney General Jlm Mattox for a rullng on the followlnl: quBBUOn Does Subeecuon 203\h).oranyprov181on Letters to the lditor Ste1n &nd h1a asaocwes wW letourent.1n11tate"s response to AIDS b8 8Qb. otaged by a rew Wl.aUce I t.h1nk 1t"1 ume for lesbi&na and gay men, &ndOUl'"electedotndals. of S.B. 959 reQU1l'e the clep&rtment to exclucla from oonalder&tion an organ1z.&Uon that ha8 homoeexu· ale among its omoere, bo6.rd. gener­al membereh1p, p&1dstaft'orvolun· teere,merelyl.leo&Uaetheln'11v1du· alsa.rehomoeexuale?" He prefaoed th1s question by~ Ing that h18 own legal dlv181on haa 1nllloated that the <iaparunent can not lnciude BUCh & 1"88tJ'1cUon bued on the ··sta.t\18" of a person being homoeexual So why d14 he aak lt'i' Ha stated to the attorney general t.hathad14110beoauaelthadbean suggested ln IOIM "oomments" re­oelV9tl by the clep&rtmenL Can you ~who made thOM oommenta'i' to tell Dr Blmstelnthat T8X&na <iamand that he be .. public health otnoer, not a politician By &ak1ng this QU86tion. Dr Bemstaln w&ntBtheattorfleyg&Mralto"fade the haat" With Waaver &nd P.ap Brad Wrl&hL And whlle wewa.l.tror an answer, some AIDS servtoa groupe h&ve been denied tunda ( ln clUd!ng runcung for the AIDS R&­llOUl'Ol Omter In DeJ.laa to operate lta food bank, becau9e they a.re hou8ed In tha aame buildlng wit.ha group which promoteep.yrtghts J.U,)t>e Dr Bernateln la overlook ing the hlBtoryoftheep!demlcln th1s state.a h!atorlcal record polnts out that the State of Texaa and the 'Thxaa Dspan.mant of Health were late ln baoomltl4 In volved. Tb8 gay &nd leebtan com munity shouldered all tha reepon s1bll1tyofcreaungtheee.....,ryagen· ctes that a.re now under attack' U not overturned. thaee rules oould deny et.ate runcung to almost every group which IS now l\lllded_ Some llX&JTlplee of the broadn8es ofthaee rulae ..AnytundedAIDS group that refere a cllent to the AIDS legal hoUllle operatad by the T8X.u Human JU&hts Found!Won wW have "promoted Wegal b8h&v I r" and loee fundln« bec&use THRF le a gayi1eebWl group .11.nyf\indadgroupth&treferea 81.v male with HIV to a support group for oounseltng at tha Montrose Counaellng Cellt.er 1n HOU8ton. Oak awn Com.r.·~ty Qmter ln Dallaa, W&terlooCounael· 1n8 Centar ln Austin. or Comm uni tyOutree.ch!nFortWorth,wouldbe 1nv1olatlonofthelawelnoe thee& oentere are non-approved. P\lruUng would b8 denlad. ..Anyone who works for, or vol unteere &t a funcled organ1za.tlon who weare on their lapel an "lnter­natlonally reoogntzedayrnl>olof gay rtgh!B"(lSUBpactthlsmlCltbe a plnk trL&ngle?) la advocat1ng &nd promoting Wegal oonduct P'und lnC would be denied. .Any literature which 1s on the prernl.9e8 of • tunded orpn1zat.10n whlch support.a gay leebWl rlthts la forbidden F'Und1ng would be de-nJBd The l..etlbtan/Gay Rights Lobby of Texaa IS outrSged. We h&ve submit­ted our oomments to tha attorney general dalln&&t1ng our poettions m why the Dsp&rtment'a guid&­llnes a.re inOOrrect. homophoblO and patantly WlCOnstitutJOnal As this tettar IS belil& me.lled, LORL IS developing st.rategy with lndtvldual attorneys. elected om. c1ala. the med1& and groups such aa THRF. Texas CMl Uberuee Unlon &nd NatiOnal Iaw:yere Oulld. Be a& suredtLat UlRLwWleadthaetfort to overturn these gu1deilne8 u8lng every meana available to us We need your help deeperataly Hare'a what you should do I )Jotnl.ORL. Helpksepthalob­by funct.1onlng Write a check for whatever you can afford or baoome a sust.&1nlng oon!J'lbutor today 2 J Write your senator (PO. Box 12068, Austin, 78711) and repre­sentative (PO. Box 2910. Austin • 78711 J Ask th.em to Inquire of Dr. Bernstein why theee rulm are be­Ing propoeed.. Feel free to re!er thfi elected. otncialS to UlRL for beck -3) Wrtte Dr Bernstein. S1noe lta l'Vldent t.hathe reepandstoctt.lzAln preesure .. .he neeas to hee.r not on ly what our oornmunlty ha8 done and1adotng. butalaowhata.. .meea would have oocurred lf gay men and lesbians had not led and were not oontinulng to 1&8d th8 stata'a AIDS reeponse. He needs to b8 told that TDH"e act.lone a.re Insulting, oow&rdls and ny 1n the race ofrea.· eon and reepons1blllty. H1saddresl!I la: Dr Robert bemstetn, CommJ&. SlOMrofHealth. llOOW 49thSL. Austln 78756 LeabWl/O&y Rlghta Lobbyo!Tex aa urgee you to act today Th18 ac­uon. by the 'nl:.ta8 Department of Health. 1a the moet.dlrect&Uaekon the leebtan11P.Y oornmunJty ever proposed by an agency of th8 et&Ut of T8X.u We feel sure that you are a.eout.rageelaswearethatlt1abe- 1n8 done at the axpenae of people w1t.hAID6 - Berhlg'• new TVI From PAULA HEBER'I: dlreCtor, Bering Care Center Prego was a 2S.year·old medk11l school gr11duate seven ytar11 ago when. she11ay•, 11ht wasacciden tally stuck by an AIUS·rnfecttd needle Pre11:0 has •ued the Kings Coun tyHoepitalandilllparentagency. thecityHealthandH011p1talt'orp AlllO named in the law•uit are the city and twodoctoni According to her $175 million negligence lawsuit. PreRQ "as working under a liCf'n"ed phy111 c1an and was cleaning up after an intern when she reachtd into a tangle of gauze and bed linen• in which the intern had left a bloody needle Two year11 11go she "as dia.i m)lled 88 havinl{ AIDS The HHC, which operate& the city's hospital•. disputes Pre11:0'1 version of the events. but refused todiecu88specifiC11ofthtcalll' The trial jud11:e, State- Suprtme Court J ustice Aaron D. Be-rnMtein said he believed potential juror1 mi11:htbere-luctanttoans"·ersen I want to thank you for running PJcha.rd Waekee' &rtlcle oonoem· 1n8 our St.Olan televlslona and VCRB l Montroee Voloe lll8ue 4 78. Friday, Dec. 8 J We were overwhelmed wtth the ganerous respon8ll8 we re­oe1ved thankatothapubllclt;ywe nowh&vethreerurwTVa.lncl\llllng ai1ive and somewhat perMonal theloanofabigecrean'IVfromtha queations about AIDS if journal PWA C.oe.lluon. We al90 received 1818 were pr-nt o~VC>londWlo&n•'~"'"' Advertise in the ::'p "'"~"'"'.,......'"'°"' Montrose Voice! Montrose Voice Phone Fun - Amanda - Horoscopes - Soap - Persanals Changes before our very eyes By AMANDA B RroJNDWITH The Montrose Voice Dear Fans, we were sailing along in the RDlls. filing our nails and wondering what it was we had just eaten at A Mova­ble Feast (we knew itjUSt HAD to be good for us J when suddenly we screamed for Sebastian to stop the car. There before us stood an enormous va­cant area, totally bulldozed and leveled, the towers of downtown looming in the distance. Dear Fans, there is something truly 8Jn1ss with society when banks have been replaced with places to store old junk you can't live with. Why is storage necessa.ry? Because we all have too mLCh? Because we have so many things we just can't throw out for senti­mental reasons? Or maybe because so many people are suddenly gone, leav mg so much stuff behind to be sold at estate auctions. Needless to say, when we saw the wretched structure go up on West Gray and Waugh, our undies curled into a.. unmanageable bundle! ~~ /an.5,1990 /I~ ·1"1 . Why.just the day before, there had been houses and trees there, and now it was turned into a massive field resembling the Somme after the worst artillery on slaughtl We read the billboard that said in :arge beautiful letters that a new Odeon theater was to be constructed with perhaps 14 theaters inside, and our Moonglow White Crater Dust Lipstick nearly slid of! our face as we bit our poucy, yet oh-so-sexy lips And meanwhile, Richmond Avenue has been tom up, AGA1NI All those pretcy little brick sidewalks are now burled under tons of dirt and clebr<s, and t.ra.fftc once again crawls along The only good thing about it is there are occasionally very handsome policemen ctrectmg the mess. We have been known to fake a tw!sted ankle on the corner of Richmond and Greenbriar, Dear Fans' made) and try to reason like psychia REALIX gomg on And of course, lower trists or brokers with their infant child· Westheimer is like Nagasaki two weeks ren who only want to be recognJzed as a.ft.er. children. Very distracting' So, be aware of what's around you. Have you looked ru-ou;,,i Montrose lately, Dear Fans? The entire scene is changing dramatically There are vacant late everywhere. Hu.i.~~ are being plucked from the grow 1 nr ground into the earth and scooped a-~a for new this and new that. But what exactly is replac­ing our careworn old Montrose? Theaters? Restaurants? Pretcy little chic shopping centers? Yes. And also parking lots, and a horrid new phenome­non called the storage center. Meanwhile, our wonderful little neigh­borhood disappears before our eyes. The houses are tom away across from Butera· s on Ala.bBJna to make way for more parking. The seedy little shopping center there is soon to be revBJnped by the same owners who made the Alabama Theater center such a success. Amanda shudclars at the influx of more Yuppies into the neighborhood. 'I'heY drive boxy cars, wear dull clothing ( although well What about the pavement on all the Dear Fans, because it ma.y not be there other streets? Fairview is like driving very much longer Our dear homey, rath· through rural Brazil! TakJng the over- er seedy and sometimes dingy Montrose pass on Woodhead over the Southwest is rapidly changing. We're not saying it's Freewey is like riding a covered wagon necessarUy all bad, but without zoning, down the Grand Ganyon! we wonder if there is any protection at We have also noticed areas that should be designated Fire Zones, Dear Fans. Fairview near Dunlavy is nearly burned out. We were cold on Christmas Eve, so we warmed our net stockings by one of !lBVeral sudden blazes nearby. It's valua· ble land, of course, but we wonder what. is all. Amanda would be most disturbed to find the house next door suddenly torn down, and a huge pseudo-Gothic-neo­classical- new-age pile sprouting up in !ts place' The 90's are upon us, and It's going to be based upon radical change for us all For the Montrose Voice co. ~l rl 1991.J Aries Typically, you'll want to charge right through and get this year going. What you really need to do is take core of a lot of details and sol idify your posi­tion. The earth is your home, after all. Don't go flying off into the stratosphere! Taurus A question of possessions arises. What's yours and what's mine? The reality of sharing and caring gets bounced around a bit as two strong wills meet on a lover's battleground. Don't take your problems to bed I Gemini Now that you've make something beautiful, how about concentrating on making it last? Rather than le tt ing your beautiful creation be fle e ting thing, di ­rect your e ne rgies toward something with strength and stability. Start at the bottom and work up. Cancer Someone who is older and has honest authority plays a key role in your life. That eff!ct ha~_g_!'•a.!.!n.- fluence now, but will probably continue through the year ahead. Open up all of your senses to this. You can learn, learn, learn. Leo Duty and obligation may be perceived as an inter­ference in your sprightly kind of life. But rather than viewing them in that light, how about appreciating the good they can do? A sense of order and fair play is the perfect way for you to start the new decade. Virgo Less is more. Small is beautiful. You've always had a keen eye for the details that others miss. Now is the time to use that talent to appreciate your current po­sition. Let some kind of limitation define a vague portion of your life. Libra You're not going to make it on a wing and a prayer. You're going to have to make a crucial decision. You' ll get a lot of help from your lover and friends, so don't worry about it. Just do it. Get on w ith your life and your loving. Scorpio You are in the process of taking on a great deal of re­sponsibility. While others would shy away from such a position, you w_elcome it _g~~IY__:_f_orces th~t have laid dormant are coming to life. It's springtime in January for your power-packed sign. Sagittarius Imagine Rodin's sculpture of "The Thinke~· Imagine a light bulb over his head. Turn it on. Feel it happen. The excitement of a new idea is about to make you sit up and take notice. Power is there. Channel it. Capricorn Teach your children well; or your friends, lovers, or co-workers. It's time to share what you know in ei· ther your busineu or personal life. The important thing is to spread your knowledge around. You'll know when to do it. Aquarius Playing second fiddle isn't so bad, as long as the first fiddle knows what he's doing. Thus, let someone else take the lead. Your voice will be heard as sweet har­mony. Your beauty will be seen in bright comple­ment. Pisces Still waters run deep. None run truer or deeper than Pisces now. In comparison, the shallowness of some­one else may amaze or disturb you. Tell the truth and help that person to a better path. Meanwhile, in your own life a dream is coming true. .",' "' The major concern in gay activist circles these days seems to be a matter of tactics with general agreement on goals-AIDS funding and gay civil rights. But there does seem to be a growing chasm within the community on methods. Increasingly, a more conservative approach rests on the belief that more can be achieved by working basically within the system, influencing lo­cal government and establishing coalitions with elected officials and with similar interest groups. At the other extreme are such national groups as ACT VP which practices confrontation such as the recent demonstration at St. Patrick's in New York. These two views dominate gay political thinking and, by their very nature, foster conflict within the community. Those believing in the "work with the system" can point to gay strength in the National Democratic Party as well as a prominent role in certain state and local elections. On the other side, ACT VP-in the words of The New York Times (not known as afriend of the com­munity but often the target of ACT VP)-has been effective. Reported by Jason DeParle of that news­paper, "Pressure by the group has not only helped keep the epidemic in the news, it has also helped bring major change to the way the Federal Gov­ernment tests and distributes experimental drugs, allowing patients to obtain them much faster?' Even New York City Health Commissioner Ste­phen C. Joseph, another ACT VP target, con­cludes that "there's no doubt (ACT VP) had an enormous effect:' Here in Texas it is still debated whether the March on Austin helped or hindered the gay image and AIDS funding (the decision this week by Brad Wright, a leading AIDS funding foe, not to run for re-election could be interpreted as a victory). Un­like the March on Washington in 1987, the Austin event received wide coverage by the straight medi­a. But the very nature of bias of such coverage of­ten creates its own negative imagery. More conservative gay elements contend that the Austin march stirred a backlash of calls and letters to legislators which further complicated the AIDS bill. Of course, this view puts responsibility !~ it l£j r-A.SHEER INSANITY & ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER for homophobic reactions on march organizers . As with any such difference within a political movement, our perception of this difference heightens our separation. Each side feels the ne­cessity to increasingly defend its position, ulti­mately to the extreme: Seeing their position as the orthodox and only true approach to change. Any study of past social/political struggles illus­trates that multiple tactics appear to offer greater success. In other words, if we accept more than one road to Rome and support each other we have greater hopes of success. There is even much to be said for coordinating diverse approaches. It is definitely time to put personalities behind us and seek ways to support each other. We must also accept the reality that a vast majority of gay men and lesbians will always refuse to involve them­selves in their own liberation. But this has also of­ten been a feature of previous struggles and not, in itself, fatal. In the case of the gay community it is much easi­er to hide or deny ourselves. Even AIDS does not always fling open the closet. This week a noted de­signer, Patrick Kelly, died in Paris at age 35 of a bone marrow disease and a brain tumor. Clearly a case of AIDS, there was no mention of it. In the Houston papers' lengthy obituaries even Kelly's partner and "long-time companion" went unnoted, although properly recognized by the Times. Equally unfortunate, many of the more success­ful gays are the very ones who are most prone to the closet. And they are also the ones who more readily accept straight society's projection of ho­mosexuality as a simple matter of a sex act, with the logical correlation that it is a matter of choice-obviously if it's only sex you can always choose not to do "it:' Until we win our point on inbred orientation we cannot convince even our own ranks of the legiti­macy of our struggle. With a comprehension of this basic truth also comes a positive acceptance of ourselves and our rights. This is a difficult goal but it is achievable. Accept ourselves and then accept our differences-at that point we would be unstoppable. But until that day we must fight intel­ligently with the tools at hand. 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales Ir Rentals • SWimwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accesso•ies • Necessities r--~~~~~~~~-,-~~~~~~~~~ ~ ?',' 7)~ 2517 Ralph at Wcsthcimcr 527-9071 I I ' I 'WflTHt:IMCn Friday llpm Britanny Paige Presents SHOWTIME (A Variety Show) featuring: B.J. Williams Last Week's Jock Strap Winner-Tony Special Guest: Ramona Sims plus more Welcoming Stevie as a regular cast member Miss Dee Presents a ~ z Saturday Morning ~ Beer Bust 9am-Noon ~ ;:: 0 Liquor Bust $1 Well, i Sat. & Sun. 4-7pm ~ )> J) Beer Bust Sat. 4-lOpm ~ Mondays: $1 Margaritas, Dart Tournament 9pm Weekdays: $1Vodka7am-6pm, $1 Well 1 am-2am, Beer Bust 4- 10pm Saturday: Male Jock Strap Contest llpnt Contestants sign up prior to 11 pm, $100 1st prize, $50. \ • ------- 2nd prize, $25 bar t om1ng Tuesday tab 3rd prize Jan. 16th MC Rainbo de Klown Ol ~ .,; >­a: ..: ::;) z ..: Montrose Voice Bar Zaar -J R:s Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 6pm-2am -EIJ s S l Margaritas. 301 Dart tourney 9pm A LISTING OF THE SPEC'IAL ANDRE( UlAh EVEN. ,AT~ )IJSTON c_ues. RE ,,TAURAf'.ITS ANDC ER p AC~~ ..... N' .. , ~1NM(N WHl( -Club Body Center Lockers $4 50 noon-m1dn -, ·>.:- o We do our best to make this list as er accurate 85 possible but there may be u.... 1me errors Call the bar or restaurant to a: Ct nllrm an event ..: ..: N Most Always -Bacchus: Happy hour 4-8pm ~ Thai Vitia Restaurant. Daily lunch & m Dinner specials, piano ~ entertainment Thurs-Sat Nights Q -Mary·s. Mon-Sat happy hours 7am > noon, 5-9pm ~ -E!J's. 7am·8pm Happy hour, 7am· 0 6pm S1 Vodka drinks. Beer bust 4· g:: 10pm Monday-Saturday Z -Mamma's Money 75C Well Drinks. ~ Monday-Thursday, 9-midn -Charlte's Restaurant Dmner & m1dn specials -Momma·s Money; Happy hour. Monday-Saturday, 7am-8pm -Momma·s Money: $1 Well & Domestic Beer, Monday-Saturday, 7am-1lam -Chutes Happy hoUr 7am-8pm. pitcher frozen margaritas $5. beer bust 3-11 pm, Pitcher beer $2 -Missouri St Station Happy hour prices to 9pm -J A's_ Monday-Friday. hors d'oeuvres 5:30-7:30 -Past Time_ Happy hour 12-8pm -Pot Pie Restaurant. Free Home Delivery -Club Romeo. Happy Hour 5-9pm -Santa Fe Trading Co .. Open 4pm, 3 m l happy hour cocktails. $1 75 longnecks or happy hour price single well to lOpm -Cousins Happy hour prices every day openinQ-7pm -Scandal's Open 11 am Mon-Sat, Noon Sunday, DJ Dennis McGinnis -J.R's 3-m-1 Happy hour openmg- 10pm -Venture-N Dancing on the Fars1de 7 days a week. with DJs Mike Scott & Raul Quan -E/J's Sunday-Thursday. $1 well drinks lam-2am -Missouri St. Station: Open 4pm- 2am -Mothe(s Volleyball on patio. happy hour 7am-8pm, Keoki Kona 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri 2nd floor bar -Miss Kitty's: What A Nellie Deli, 11am-3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fri -Briar Patch: Happy hour to 8pm -Charhe's Restaurant Open 24 hours Friday -Bacchus Gay Datmg Game 8pm -Cousms Cousins & Company 10:30pm, Aon Sioux, Robbie Roberts. R1kk1 O'Shea, Misty Morn. Diana Wright, Tiffany LaShea -Montrose Mmmg Co. Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am -Momma·s Money: Talent Night 10:30pm, cash prizes -Scandal's DJ Dennis McGinnis -Chutes 75C: well ?am-noon, $1 well & $150beer12-6pm, beer bust 3- 11 pm, male stnp contest 11 pm, MC Cassandra Landa -Past Time: The Tom Cats -Miss Kitty's: Cowboys m Action. contmuously from 7pm, Dance floor opens 9pm w1DJ Barry Browder -EIJ's Brittany·s Follies 11pm -Mother's Dance music by Phil Ware -Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm ·Lazy J: Show N1te 10pm -Heaven: soe well. cover -Brazos A1v;r ~ottom. Happy H~ur AOVEFI: SE IN ANO OISTAIB\..TE -HE MOW 'IOSE VOICE 7am-9pm, Brazos River Band 930pm -Missouri St. Station_ Patio Specials, free hors d'oeuvres. live entertainment. 9pm -J_A's Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 6pm· 2am Saturday ·C1 IU: In~ 10:..,0pm 1us1ns & Cumpany Montrose Mmmg Co. 3 m 1 happy hour 4- lOpm, 25C draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am ·Scandal's DJ Dennis McGinnis -Chutes Beer bust 3-11 pm. frozen margarita bust & liquor bust 8-m1dn Dash for Cash 10pm-2am -Mothe(s Vodka drmks & shots of schnapps 75¢ 7am-8pm -Past Time: The Tom Cats ·Club Romeo: $1 75 Coronas. $1 Schnapps -Miss Kitty's: 'PAATY"begmnmg 9pm -Heaven: SOC well 9-llpm. cover. DJ Scooter Bearden -J A:s Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 1030pm -Lazy J Show N1te 10pm -Mary's Beer bust on the patio l pm- 6pm. Leather N1te. Corne Let Us Adjust Your Attitude, Sir• -Missouri St. Station Patio Specials -Bacchus: $2 Margaritas -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour to 9pm. Brazos River Band 9:30pm -E/J's Saturday Morning Beer Bust w1M1ss Dee 9am-noon, Male Jock Strap Contest 11 pm, MC Rambo de Klown Sunday -Venture-N Booze; Beer Bust 4- 10pm -Mary's Beer bust on the patio. 1 pm-6pm, $3. Steak N1te, 5prn -Cousins Zack's ·Past Time Happy hour all day & all n1te ·Miss Kitty's Open Air T Dance 4pm -Aubto's Free Draft 7-lOpm Rub1o·s Presenta· H,, 30 -J R's. 75e Cape Cods, Bloodies Margaritas & Schnapps noon-10pm ·Club Romeo: Hangover Blues. beer S 1 25 Bloody Marys $2. Barbecue and drink specials, open 3pm -Montrose Mining C<" Beer bust & SOC hot dogs 4-midn. soc draft beer in a mug m1dn-2am -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour noon-9pm. C& W dance lessons 10pm -Heaven: Free welt 7-9. free draft & S1 .25 Corona all n1te. cover -Mothe(s Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75¢. 12-8pm, Male dancers 10pm-1 am. Bar-B-Oue on the patio 5pm-9pm Monday -Mtdtowne Spa free video upgrades -Cousins Bridge Night, 7pm. Happy hour pnces t1I 2am -Momma·s Money Pool Tourney, 8:30pm. cash pnze Chutes 75C: well ?am-noon. S 1 well 12-6pm. free pool. beer bust 3- 11 pm. Liquor bust & frozen margarita bust 8-m1dn S6 -Past Time Beer happy hour open­close -Ripcord $1 Margaritas 9pm-2arn -Mother's Beer bust 25C1rnug or $1.50 60 oz pitcher Miller Lite Draft 6pm-1am -Miss Kitty's Cowboys in Action ··Las Vegas Revue" showt1mes, 10prn & midn -Montrose Mining Co 3 1n 1 happy hour all daym1te, 5¢ draft -Rub1o's CLOSED. available for pnvate functions, reserve one week m advance -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour S 1 2: well & longnecks all n1te Tuesday Ripcord <; 1 25 canned beer 8pm- 2am ·M1dtowne Spa half price lockers ·Club Romeo S 125 beer -Mother's Well drinks S 1 75 7am- 1am. dance music from 70s & early 80s ·Chutes 75C well lam-noon. $1 well 12-6pm. Beer bust 3-11 pm. liquor bust & frozen margarita bust 8-rn1dn -Miss Kitty's Steak night 7pm. trash disco 9pm -Club Body Center 1 2 pnce rooms & lockers 7pm-3am -Venture-N Trash Disco 8pm-2am, no cover beer bust available. free pool 4-8pm -Missouri St. Station: Beer Blow Out 7-midn. S 1 domestic longnecks -Mamma's Money: 8-m1dn, $2 50 pitcher beer -Bacchus Pot Luck N1te -Montrose Mining Co. $1 beer bust 4pm-clos1ng, Men at Work (male dancers) 10prn-2am -Brazos River Bottom Dance lessons with Brent & Jonathan. 9 30 Wednesday -Club Romeo Vodka Specials -M1dtowne Spa half pnce rooms -Club Body Center Mini-lockers S6 8am-4pm -Montrose Mining Co Nickel draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am. music of so·s. 70 s. BO's -Mother's Long neck domestic beers $1. 8-m1dn, Tequila Gold Slammers $1 50 1 Opm-2am -MISS Kitty's: Kitty Kat Revue 11 pm -Ripcord: $1.50 Well all day -Rubia's: Talent Night ($75 first place). drink specials, dancing 1111 2am -Momma·s Money Amateur Stnp Contest, 9pm, cash Revue. 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Lisa & guest, 9pm -Bacchus The Montrose Voice recommends -Chutes 75C well 7arn­noon. $1 well 12-6pm, Beer bust 3pm· 11pm $3 Pool Tourney 2pm -E/J's noon- 10pm beer bust, dinner on patio 5pm, $1 well drinks 4-7pm, Cncket dart tourney 8pm -Scandal's Pool Tourney lpm, reg1strat1on noon -M1ssoun St Station: 3pm- 7pm $1 well -Momma·s Money Happy hour. 12-4pm. $1 Well with 50¢ Schnapps 4- 7pm -Chutes $1 well & $1.50 beer noon- 6pm. beer bust noon· 1 lpm. liquor bust & frozen •FRIDAY Talent contest 10:30pm at Momrna·s Money Male Strip at Chutes. 11 pm Brittany Paige at EJJ's, 11 pm •SATURDAY Lulu's bartendmg at Scandal's 8am-2pm Beer Bust 9am-noon at E/J's Free pool, shuffleboard, munchies at Venture-N noon-8pm Dance. dance, dance at Inergy on H1llcroft Leather Night at Mary·s Show some skin 5th week of male strip contest at E/J's_ Fun and buns 11 pm •SUNDAY Free hamburgers and hot dogs at the Venture-N 'Far Side, around 3pm till?, DJ Mike Scott at 5pm Steak night at Mary·s. from 4pm Steak night at the BAB 5pm Free buffet. somewhere around 6 30pm, Chutes Momma·s Company showt1me at Mamma's Money. Bpm •MONDAY Lulu's bartend1ng at Scandal's 8am-2pm Margaritas $1 all night, dart tournament 7pm. E/J's Free pool at Chutes •TUESDAY Half price lockers at M1dtowne Spa C&W dance lessons at the BAB start 10pm •WEDNESDAY Steak rnght at Chutes about 7-10pm Amateur strip contest 9pm at Mamma·s Money Half price rooms at Mtdtowne Spa •THURSDAY Lulu's bartendtng at Scandal's 8am-2pm Drawing for
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