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Title Montrose Voice, No. 526, November 23, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date November 23, 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 MONTROSE VOICE Soviet gay activist, publisher, tours San ~E N~WSPAPER OF ~ONTR(J:;E oCC:ommuni~u_ lJublieJting CCompanl! a ~l~AYNOVEMSER 23. 090 .. ";UE 526 Francisco OFFICE!", -OS AVONDALE HWuST">N TX , 0 (71: ~29-8<190 >AN FRANCISCU iAP Rodeo audience smaller than hoped; 'Royalty' raised $108,000 society where »omo~e~'·" ly ~a crimmal ollenle. Rom011• Ki.: in 1 one of the few Soy1ets who haspvbhcty sta1e<1h1111 gay There are no barswhereyov cangoands1t Qv•elly and talk Kahninsaid Monday. Nov 19 He wasv1s1t1ng san Francisco as part ol s love-day Amencan tovr sponsored by th lnternallo1"81 Gayal"d lesb1a1 Hui an Arghla COTimn1m. By Sll!·:RI ("OtrnN Montro1t\.'mct1'.'dt11Jr Though the turnout at the Tex· as Gay Rodeo, held at the Sam Hou11ton Coli "um over Veter an'li Day weekend (Nov. 9-11) Houston chapter members. wasn't quite as good as organ· Members also announced that izers had hoped, the crowd was Texaa Gay Rodeo A1111ociation E'nthusiastic and helped Tuaa "royalty" candidaws rai11ed a and Houston competitors record amount of $1~.000 for sweep the eventa, according to rommunity chanties thi11 year. beating the 1989 total by $8,000. The highest amount raised previously by candi· dates in a rodeo cycle was $105,000, in 1908. The rodeo dance. held f''ri· day night. Nov. 9, also had a n'Cord atU>ndance of 1270 peo· pie. Hodeo competition events Wt'rt' attended by an avt'rage 3000 pt"ople per day. Contmurd page 2 AFH 'Walle '90' raised $60,000 by wallcers, skaters, runners Allhougfl the pen•I code is rarely enforced 1n big c1lift1uch as Moscow and Lerungrad. hundreds of gay men from rural areasareseottoprison c ~ps 8'.'eryyear. KaJ•r'tmU1d BySHl:RI C'OHf':!'li Montroae ~·ma f;diUJr AIDS Foundation Houst<m'11 "Walk •90•· pledge walk for AIDS educatwn and aervice11 Saturday,!"ov.17,netU-danes­timated $00,000, with approxi· mately ~-!000 walkt'ra, skat.era, runner11 and supporte-ra tum· ing up for the annual event AFH c:xecutivedirector Evelyn Cox said Monday the figure11 were still very tf'ntative, as on ly ca8h re<:eipts had be(•n counted thut1 far. Additionally, while actual groN receipts from the t•vent were lower than tho11e last year. the net railled by Walk '90 i.a great.er. becaullt' of addition aJ aupport this year from corpo-rate and health community sponsors who underwrote much of the expenses, Cox said 'We had so much more of the expenses underwritten this time than we did last year:' said Cox, who noted a promis· ing increai;e in support from health care providers, who al· so had large contingents of pledge walkers in the event. Both the Harris County Hospi· tal District and Park Plaza Hospital had many walkers entered. and the Park Plaza team wore t·shirtB with a repro­duction of the "Walk '90" logo to show their support with about $l6Cl0 in pledKe Jackson also had placed first in pledges in last yt>ar'1 walk. Cox Mid The walk. which hf.gan at 1:00 p.m. at Sam Houston Park, was the sl'<'Ond annual walkathon i;ponsort>d by AFH. ''Walk '90" was dedicat ed to the memory of the late U.S Hep. Mickey Ldand, an early support.er of AII>H pro­gram&. Seventy· five percent of the prOCt'eds will go to A!'H's education and service prir gramti, whi](• the other 2.5 per cent will be divided among other AIDS M'rvi(·(• provider ,"thtfou.tU!at m'••r tlda111u1alpleti/lr1ta1ltforAIDSrducJt1 1 and Hrl'icn. ra1nd an nl•mar Walkers included all Pfl•pll­of all ages. as well as 11everal canine companion11 who com plrwd the Pntirt> 1().K walk with their ownna. Tht• first walker11 made it back to thl' starting point 011 early aa 2:30 p.m., tihortly aftN the t1kate- Ma~·or Kathy Whitmin·. speaking at the evt'nt's open· ing cerl'monies at l:l:.30 p.m., commented on Saturday'• near perfect weatht'r. 1aying, 'Thi ;uch a beautiful day, Tflere are no danc•ng places Ayo ng man w'1o hes with l'u:s parents. 11 he is not home at n•ght hehastolle•nduy es w•th grrls Hows a 1>8"10 supposed to feel whe1 hf' can only lmia partnet tie ~lref' •' New vaccine candidate approved for early clinical trials WASHINGTON 1AP. -A new AIDS vaccine cand•datethat has been shown to work mone ch1mpanz&e he been approved !or early humari cl1n1ca1 tests. the Food and Drug Adm i1strat10"\ announced The cand1c1.ate vacc •was developed through the cooperation ol the Nat10 '181 lnatotute for Allergy and Infectious DuMtases. the Nalro 1a1 Car11er 1nshlulesnd lmmJno u.i;: 11.c. a Rochester. Mich branc- olanAustnan~pany A1 a news cor:• e e .esd&y. Nov 20. :>n'l •ny ottc1a1sa111dthe ntc 11a1s we ehould all go for a walk w1rl test the s.alety ll lhe vacc1re f'vt•n if wr didn't have auch a and determme ii the l tell worthy auae to support: ~~!:!'h=~ an ibo1•es 81 th au11e Wt' havt' AIDS -nmunodefic1ency virus fHIVJ Foundouon Hou11ton we can he v11"u1 t~st causes AIDS. Thia do two llintra nt onr tim<> ~1 ~e~t~r>~hi ~!'is'."!' .. ~ u Wh1t.n11n· continut"d. "I"umbt•r Al 3 pat1 its 01w we can t'njoy the beautiful ' the va( ine prove1 10 be s.al• \uvemht•r Wt>llther in Houston •nd stiow!I promise. thP<1 Phase and. number two, we can 11up· port an orlo{aniiation that's go­inK to make a difft'rence. Thr walk was follnwed by a celt•hration at :J:OO p.m., with entertainment and free re+ frt'8hmt'nta for all who partic p '<I the v. lk tr111swlil more thoroughly test tor protect•on against AIDS A hnal phsseoi test•ng would be req.i1red before the FDA releas.111 ~e va1 cine fo general se Thehu ,an 'n1caltnals )n 'lelm Jn)car.:l1d.ltev1ecme HGLPW '91 'Takes Pride' in logo design contest w1 be COl..:lUC!ed at St LO JIS J11vers1ty School or Mio:: ie: the Johna Hopkins Cent• lr ;"11mun1zalJ011 Research 3a1t1more. the Un1ve~1ty l! Washington S<:hoo1 ol Mo< cine. Seante; the Ur11vetS1ty of Aochest81' Med•Cal Center. Ra<:hester. NY. and Var derb11t Gued rommeritary by University M•:l•cal Gen• r 1:.1..JAZZ PAZ PToud to H.. W~ tha i'fO>plt A Part Of :-Out Apart From l'r ty through Diversity. t:nity and M"re :.1 'IM. Ahve w1U. PTida. Cl'll"hraw Pnd•. Riahtfully !'mud. Stolll°wal 20 [.(l()k to thefutUrt', T11kt·l'n11 t'rom th .. birth of iour pntlo> at St<1Ql'Wllll t<>1111ra#erll\'1"Choin· to "Tako> J'ridf'." the Hou"t<1n ll'&hian ./lnd gay ('()tnl'tlllh•ty hu a11cc.Pful Jy etgoal1andeq11all'dch11llt'hl{f0 Jr 1l'Slforindivid 11landC<Jm ~ l~id ('llr al l\181 (:'t')l'hrll\I >n 001' .. lve1 and ..ch ulhn hu btt!m .. Ololl ow C11lt11ra.I holiday, "e Wo>lll' T I ru ~d bMlg"'· dnnk rn. kOOZJ.-.han11pcJ1teraandbuymn­ch. a!di.e dapla.yinK 011r offici' lotf< t. T'q>r-O!PUlllo>hNdUrful{ tie .. ml'r ntrn•aaanu. Thia yo>ll' ... rt1M.111bm1Uin11thach> .an will be awardo><i a cul pnae f$300andO\'erS200inothtt pruaa_ Shr or ho> tnll ht- Un·iu-d t< n ~e n :ho> Uay 1-bian Pri<'- Pa­r ..... .dwill ho>rero,rn1t.ed in u~ Mnnt~\.'111ca.ThiaW..,.k nTnu andtho>Pridf·Guid .. Ev .. ryona\ft11ardl-af11Ko>.•n..­al prl'fl'l'mC"o>, pn·~·1011a "1tnN, or whnhnornotthey&To>pruf-1unal art1.1t11)U.1nvitt-dto1uhlnitun .. or more ori«tnnl offttm111. We wo>I· c. ~e 111btll'orohv1ouadN1ima.1b .iract. pirt<,nal. 1<ymboli..; or typo 11raph1n1l wnrk. Lngna mt111t be hued nn thl" 1heme 'T11h i'nde; and Ho111t.on G•~ l~~h 1111 Pr1d1' Week'91 Entrantll ,...,. r11.,;011raj(.-d to flt tend the pro>hm1nary JUd11ing Fri. d•~. IN-- ~ 4. at {>-itry'• I Ri rh h1~f;ij mE J 't;· , . 4/!!1.9f:- 1979 1980 1981 1982 ~ ··"~ {.;---:-=: ~ ,.11•1 •H' ••Ill .II~ u ~ ,, ~ Jl 1983 1984 1985 1986 '\!m......t..!.. ~. . -:~t 1987 1988 1989 1990 Hrrf art t.he /:t ~t H<·wi/on Gay lnb<art 1J.nbu1r1 Ga)! Prut .. I\.',..,. !lfO dt'"lf/U. Thi.f<nal1ud11<'11f for th• )'ttir&/nl/ roflfHti•V. J/J , m .,, . ...... and tlie f'inal Nashville. Ten Each cen er will J1,u.11in1TuHday, I> .... Ulat1heM1-t uae 12 volu• eer sui; eels ro1••litanMult1St-r'Vi<"'('entttl·l"I, Thecandidatevaccrne ea WNt Gray, al9<! at 7 Oil p.m. The fi. g1 ieticalty-.ngmeered 1yntr'let1c lnl iudgm11 w1ll IJll'dt"C1dffi by a vou glyo..:oprote1n lh81 was der•ved at thl' !lee; 18 m ... tmic. 1111 pttMon11 from the env.iope. or 1k1n. of the who attl"tlded thl" Sov ;.!Omet'ling HJV1 virus. Th•SJ)flrt olthev1ru1 ,.·di r.tel° •Sible to votl' envelope 1s celled gp160 The Enlrtl'tl will ht- Jud11t'd on origmal· theory is that the bOljy's Immune ty of t..:mN>pt, mll'rpretatwn of systamw•!lreacttogp160and them~·. 111111rupriatl' .,,... of t-olu~ ty- develop ant1bod1n. Thes.s p jCl'aphy, and •U•tability fur m11r antibodies then would trigger an kdmJC. Th .. winmnic lugu ,..,IJ he- immune response m the body rom•· thl" llO!o> prt•l)f'rtY of Hu111ton sho Id there be COfllac with !fie Gay L•himi l'ndt W~k 'lll, and 11 HJV m1 g .. 111 bt· copyri.irhtl'<l Son-winninK Dr Martha Eibl. d.rettor ol •ntne9 wtll be r .. t11rntd '" th• l'n· AIDS vaecme- reSMrch a! trant11 w11h • ctn1fic•1t>l>f apprec • Im~ Jn; AG. the parent ti'" and thP finah11ui "'.'U lll're<:<>I'· )mpanyof lmnuno-U S. 118•d n t.ed ,.·1th• nbhon 1!';nn·,.·mn•"lff 11 twc · • ~I tfle viccine entne.maybed111mo>dllll'for. the final iud.On11N1f)f'(:. lSJ. T< b. •li!Jible f(Jf prize nwn1 award., thewmnnofthte< will bereqmredt.:ipn,vidaHr Gay LNbian Pnd .. Wttk ·91 .:.ml'l'a·r•ady art, copy of e rPMly art and C"I'" uftho>w lo110 d"'lfll by M•flday, J ~ Panel l!Mll. !~ad ne for enuiN 1a Ili l! ilO 1u XI p.m at l'rinto>x I' .. members regret AIDS treatment recommenda- U 17 W11tl Al•baina. All tntri moat be at'C'Ompamt'd by lhl"offi<ial llnuston Gay J,..,bian l'nd" w,.,.k "91 ln110 ~"nll'l<t t'lltry fonn. and mad• to thl' attl'ntion of Jim Wunrow . For mort• mformatmn. 11opt'C'ific rult .. and "n offinal entry fonn. pie 84 cal FelixG11rciaat7l: .sio. ~:ui Jau l'u 11 a memht-r of tht Hout n G11y J..,..hian Pnle Werk \'f'('lm-n1tt~I tion took so long WASHINGT:JN (AP)· ..om(' members of d sc1enti11< panel &il•dWednesday.Nov 14 they lhOuld have moved !aster 10 draftgu1dehneslor adding &terordstothetreatment o! a k111er pneum n1a .,., peopl• with M>S Man sentenced in beating prompted by alleged gay overture In r~ rospect, 11 lh nu· d ·-ave appened more quickly.· said >avl ,..,...,, professor o· 11at:strcs at 11'111 University ol Ch1C8fi0 and vice chairperson ol the P81 el wmn.I' ;\I!';~ ~ y Al' AP' Chestat man wno ciao.nl!'d h f"1din11off1h1>1r1oenualadvanoe ¥r(UIMhWn(.'adFnday,!';ov. !6,to11I month1in1ailandll.\'<'Yeanproba u<111 for but11n1 tJ • ma1 with a ba.,.ballbat Port(' • , nu..,..,..... b I. ·- _rk -·· etat. S•prm:ie Coon Ju•titt :-;, • A< -dir>ll'. I< proHf: tor I{, ward u abella afteT a n• n·Jury trial. Guber; Roclrill'un and Herpr had Rxtn.,,.e2wuacn11e(: ntleFeb. mettwo""'"hbo>fore .heattadand 9 attad1 o »o>ph Berger. 35, f had lpl'lll a A >fllme ;ogetlwu 'l B~Jer wo>n 1r l Fo>l " by lll'C""ri:y at th~ ~ :lorn com pk.• Rod!'ipn: ce>nfront«: Berrer 1 ththaJl,.ayandhittumrepeatedly wilt> an aluminum bue1-ll bat •. h '·- Bergl'I' r..quind tJ ,_ f>t'l'•li • t< TWOn8tnt' h11arm. <erberaa.1d thf'l't wa• no •·Vdrnc~ thal 8er11l'I' h .. mad•a1n11al adYanca I al convened rut May AIDS act1v1st1 also s.ald the panel took too long. bu lecteral medical ott ~als u1d these critics w~ ·e i1sreg.ard1ng so. 'Mt 1mportan·f~1s 2 MONTROSE VOICE FRIOA.Y. NOVEMBER 23. 1990 Geographers getgrant to map spread of AIDS since 1981 BATON ROUGE (AP) - -Whole the spread ol AIDS on a few urban areas '' well known. 11s growth in less populated areas 1sn'taawell documented. a Louos•ana State Un1versttygeographer1&•d To help remedy that geogrspher Kam·b1u Liu and •another LSU geographer. Nina ; Lam, have received an $83.000 ;grant to map the spread of the ;d1seaseacros1thenst1on11nce • 1Q81 : ·111 common knowledge that :the 1nc1denceol A.IOS 11h1ghly •concentrated ma few : meiropolltan areas such as New :vork. San Francisco and Los : Angeles. L•u said Wednesday. , Ocl 31 ' ··So far. however, there has not 'been a map produced anywhere •1n the world that shows spread :>lthed1seast1atacounty leYel Current maps show the number olAIDScasesatastatelevel and can give a d1ator1ed v•ew ol how the disease has spread. he said He and Lam received the grant from the Lou111ana Education : Quality Support Fund. They said othe1rwork may help researchers !predict the !actors that alfect the ! spread ol AIDS 1n American communities Texas Gay Rodeo 'Royalty' raised about $108,000 From page I area competitonwon 13outof president; Preaton Porter(Dal· were Cheryl Kanaga and Bret TGRA state secretary Oebe 26beltbuckleaawardedduring las), state vice president; Paul Bateman. Royalty 1991: Mi.ea Powell aaid eatimates were not the rodeo. Competitors from Theall (Houston), state treaa- TGRA, Mariua Marloe (San yet available on the amount Texu took 19 of the buckles, urer; and Nancy Warncke Antonio); Mr. TGRA, Doug raised by the rodeo itself, pend- though outnumbered thia year (Houston), state contestant Toman (Houston); Ma. TGRA, ing information from ticket by out-of-elate oonteetanta. representative, with the poai· Jeannie McCleod, San Anton­outleta and final tabulations, About 80 Texas conteatanta tion of state secretary sched· 10. but that the final numbers per day competed with about uledtobedecidedinarunoffat Houston contestanta won would be released in early Dt'" 100 from outofatate.&aid Pow· the next state meeting. Final· the first Founder' a Award, ea­cember: "We know that we did ell. ista for state secretary are Seth tabliahed in the name of the make money, but we don't Atleastthree~fTGRA'sl991 Cortigene (Houston) and Har- late Walter Strickler, and the know how much yet," she &aid statewide officers, announced ry Neal (San Antonio). Bruce Eden Memorial Belt Nancy Warncke, competi duringtherodeo,arealaofrom Winning the titles of ''.All Buckle. The Founders Award tion coordinator for TGRA Houston. The new officers are Around Cowgirl" and ''.All went to Till Thacker and the Houston chapter, said Houston Debe Powell (Houston), state Around Cowboy;· reapectively, Eden Memorial toJ D. Norton. Anti-gay letter not from Avondale Assn., says pres. f>'rom Cl'Y E. PL:LLIA.M Pn•uhnt. th~ A< nda.l Theabovement1onedletter18 NOT from the Avondale A8eoc1 &Uon. It does not represent the vieWs or ~vee cl the Avondale Aseoci&­uon. we at the &880C1 provement of our neJ8hbor­hcxxlfor the benefl.t of ALL resi· dtmts. Anyone who ls a resldant of, a propercy or bus1n888 own­er w1thin, or wbo ha8 an lnt.er­estln helping to eolve the prob­lems that we face ts all that we ReoentJy, ma.o,y resldenta.ndor­gan1Zat10n& 1n the :U:ontroee ar­ea. have reoetved a let, t.erTh1Bietter,wh1chts W1B1gned and has a re­Leuera l io the &Uon can apprectat.e ask. turn address ofHHome Owners Assn.~ speaks :n.ln;:::u;~ Voice the feallnSB and &n· Aft.ertbesupportfromal.lt.hs gerclaomeofthepeo- residents and buslne88 OWTl81'8 ple who h&ve received 1n our naighborhood that we t.h1a lewir, and would have reoetved,1twouldbeh,ypo­those "who cannot lllte t.o take t.h1a op- crit1c&l. and 8Ulc1dal for us to malnt.a.ln & llfescy-Ie &ppropri- portunlcy to expleJ.n the goa.Ie send out SUCh tr&Sh 88 18 men· ate t.o Mont.rose homeownara of our org&n1Z&Uon. tiOned.above. Wedonot,a.nd will not, ever support such a JXl61· will remain, ded1c&ted. to the improvement of our nel.gbbor­hood !or everyone here -------- (t.o) seek another area. of the OUr oommon goal 18 the Im- tJon. Th1B assoo1at1on 18, and To t.hoae wbo have given thelr support, Wtt otrer our thanks. To t.hoae of you who were offended, we otrer our apolOgiee-even thouSJl. thiBof· fense was not the resu1 t of any a.ct.1on of our aseoc1&t1on. To the perpetrators of thi8 cruel ao-­Uon we offer our sympathies. Minds such 88 yours will never defeat the ded1o&t1on of people who are willing to work llke the people of tJl18 neighborhood to make a bet.lier plaoe to llve. Shop Our Large Selection of Photography Books­Great Holiday Gifts or Simply to Treat Yourself. LOBO Gift Certificates Make Wonderful Presents-They Are Easy Shopping and Allow Recipient to Pick What ls Just Right for Her or Him. Or You Can Make a Gift of a LOBO VIDEO M A l 1 p H o r o G R A p H v CLUB Membership. Truly the Gift That Goes on Giving. When You Think of Holiday Shopping, Think of LOBO. 1424-CWestheimer (alWindsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • SWimwear • T ·Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities Colo. man testifies killing spurred by sexual advances COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo (APJ-A 29-year-old men accused of stabbing to death e lamllyfriendhastakenthe witnessstendinhis!lrst·degrH murder trial here Frank Orona test1f1ed m his own defense Monday. Nov 19 He said he was trying lo stop sexual advances made by John Cook. 72. a lriend ol his mother's who had h)(ed his roof ear11er 1n the day. when he stabbed him to death Cook had appeared at Orone·s house many hours alter h)(1ng a leaky rool on Sept 26. 1989 Orona sa•d Cook told him. '"You Orona did owe him money Cook had loaned him money so he could pay his preas•ng debts But Orone testll1ed that Cook didn't want money He took h1ssh1rt off and he dropped 11 end he came toward me."' Orone said Ml pushed him away. He came toward me again and grabbed my genitals I didn't understand 'I was becking up I becked mtothekitchen.Heputh11hand on my shoulder end tried to kiss me. He was pulling me toward him. I sawthekmleonthe counter I stabbed him I d1dn"t know what else to do. I was really scared l just wanted him to stop Photogra­phers Wanted Community Publ lshlne Company •••lu profea.­tlonal photographers who hove photos for sole of mole models for vorl.d use In odvertlse­merth ond promotlona. • Advertl1lng for 011ort· ed dltploy occoun .. In the Cre1eent City Stor, Montrose Voice ond TeJ11os Goy Pren. • Dlsploy oclvertlsln1 In other 1oy publlcotlons thot aubscrllM to our phot. oncl ort feature service. Wecurrenuyneedphotoew•th v11en11netDty•ndM•rd10ru th~(<e.aMa1d1Gruphoto mighl show two men on cottum.e hold<ng hands) Come Up W•lh your own Ideas Photot should be bleckalldwh1tebulcolorp11nl1 W1~beconSldefl(I Unabl•IOUM "Su'"b'm it sample photos to Jerry Mulholloncl, 365 c .. nol, 11.1 lte 2300, New Ori .. ons, LA 70130. (504) 524- 1401. Or to Henry McClur9, 401 Avonclole, Houlton, TX 77006. (713) 529·1490. If we choo•• to use your work, we wlll me1ke you e1n offer to buy ne9atlves. Yourworkw•llbeuSedintheCr•· cent City Sta~ the Montrose Vo1c•. T•xasO•yPrett•ndupanolou• photoand1r1clipperMrv•c•to otherg1ypub11cthont The Montrose l Voice Ho ·TON T[XA~ J[:>,t_ FR10AY.ti0V[M8f:R2: 10 Pub~t~.~~~d8)'9 O:ommunil11 lfublieltingO:omp111111 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (7131529-8490 eo.o1-copyr1Qh1•990 Ofhce hours Sam~m HenryMd::lurg - .. $he<•Co,,.,,O•<O<nn•°"'""" Si<•PFt•~'''"-""'...._ Ale•Co1vin·o- SIJllSCRIPT•ONS 171315~90 AOVERTISl~J~~~tARTMENT R•ndyG0<"°""',.."'""ll-"' :'!:::.:...':."'~~-.. -1 ~~f..::!";:~-=~=~1 ~,:--:,:,-=~I Ffi JAY. NOVEMBER 2: 1P 0 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Service providers angry over funding, city AIDS programs DAVID FUNERAL DIREC 1814 Columbia Str b'61-2861 By SHERI C:O H E ~ UA R BO:'ll~ •: Ralph Lasher.executive director van belonflinato the organization M,,ntrtJH \'wn .i·,i,1,,, of the Montroi>e Clinic, wae aleo Over the Hill. which would be The admini.iitrat1on of a fedt-ral 8Cheduled to apPE'ar at Tu...day'a 1taff.d by • phlebotumUit under AIDS grant by the city, coupled council meeting. butwuunableto the plan, who would conduct tellt· with the city health department'• atwnd. Jn a IA:'lephone converaa ing at the blllJ' aite._ The plan ia recentforayintoAIDSoutrellt'hin tion. Lasher aaid, ··There ia no 8till in neaollat1un1. according to the gay community. ha1 set off an doubt in my mind that the COC Omar Lind11ay. coordinator of the anll'."Y outcry amuna community and mOl!lt health department.I city'1 ,gay outreach program ba.eed AIUS &ervice provider or· wanttodoawaywith(cvmmunity '"lt'a 11ill in the works," aaid ganizationa, wh~ leadera 1ay blllled organizational. I think this Lindsay_ "We don't know yet the city istryingtoforct"them ''out ie what we're seeing (health de- about tht' availability of the van:· of the picture:· The Houaton partmenta) moving towards. all The program. he 1aid, will proba­Health and Human Serviceti De- over'." blybeatartedinDe.cemberor Jan partment had until Wedneaday to Service providera also expreeaed uary justify it.II budget requeHt to the other concerna regrading the city Other ooncerna were also ex federal Centera of Diseaae Control new outreach program a. preallt'd in the wake of the funding in Atlanta '"Thi11 'gay outreach" plan of the flap. Critic. of the health depart· But diroctora of ..everal AIDS city greatly upaeta me:· aaid ment'a gay program aay the J)Oflt· aervice provider groupi Hy they 1..aaher. fl'ferring apecifically toan en do not explain the differenl't' well' not notified of their alloca- HIV bureau propoeal of sending a between "anonymous" and "con· tioll8 from the $2.9 million grant mobile HIV Letltingunit to the gay fidentiaf' HIV Letiting, and claim until late Friday. Nov. 16; aome bani. the city i• preparing to conduct 1aytheywert'n"tcalleduntilMon l..a11heraaidthl'Montro.eClinit aexual contact tracing for thoae day. and Montrolle Counseling Cen- who te.<t poait1ve, u it ha1 done On Tueaday, Jo:velyn Cox.exe.cu- ter"a "I\'. ext Step"' program wu for other aexual tranamitt«I di• Live dirl't'tor of AIDS Foundation forced to diarontinul' HIV teatin1t Hou11ton. addreued city council' a at the Metropolitan Multi Servil't' publk forum, chargina that the Center; bec::aiae health officiala city wanta to uae Hou11ton'a AIUS aaid the facility did not meet fl'gu money to cover ita own health de- lation11 for a clinic. partment o"erhead. rather than "Buttheycandoitinavan?"he -k.mgthemot1tefficientuaefor a11ked. ~~~~~.~~~'r!~~!7~e::'a:d The propo11ed IA:'tlting umt is a ·-The city health dinie1. which conduct "confidential" 1e1tina. takethenamnofPE'~nawhoare tt>o!ted_ ":Anonymo1111·· tating. u ia conducted by the Montroae Clinic, doe. not nquire any identifying informatwn from thl)lf! who are the ori;ianization wu al10aaked to iuatifyit1proeram11ofoutttachto ~~~·:.:~.":.:;;::,~~;;::::,~;~ Condom manufacturer from the organization'• 1990 b"~~: "" h""h ,,,.rtm•""' expands operations HIV bureau began itl own i;iayout­reach program in latl' September, kicking off the thrt'thpart plan with a 11erie1 of P011t1.•r11 and bar run• lut month Cox. who broull'.ht copil'I of AFH'a year end report. quarterly report.ti and the CDC'11 program guideline. for the council mem bera.18.idthecityi11tryingto1huf. flemoneyawayfromuperit'ncec:I and11ucCH.1fulprogram1andinto the health departm .. nt. which only rKently entered the areu prev1 oualy aerved by th~ program1. ') repreaentone1>fthethreieold "t AIDS organizatioll8 in Hou• ton." said Cox. ':AFH. The Montroat>ClinicandtheMuntrtlllt' CoonllE'linR Centl.>r have been around foreightyear11. 'I challenge you totakea look at the city'• !AIDS carel 11tat11tie1 and compare them to our1;· 1he contmut'd 'Thtm take a look at UhP lfl"ant allocet10n1) ... 111 thl' money <.vmmg TROY. Ala. (AP}-Anaell Inc., amajorcondommanufacturer. II! retiponding to the AIDS epi demic by expanding ita Troy condom plant and adding 35 employf'f'IJ Plant manager Greg Martin 11aid the $t!OO.OOOO expant1wn will be m011tly inaide the plant'• existing structure and will focua on improving manu· factoring technology. Chemi cal 11torage tanka will also bo:­added He said the expamion will boo•t total employment at the plant to about 190. ciency syndrome grew "The AIDS epidemic unfor­tunately i11 here. but for a busi nt'811Jikeourait"ahadatremen duua impact," Martin said t>;otju11tforAn11ell.butforour compelitoraaawell."' An11t'll doea not releall!'any productmn fii;iure. for the Troy fadhty. but deacrihel it u "the largest condom manufactur-ing plant in tht' world' ·our bilCfl'.lf'lt cuatomer 18 the CS government. which ahiPI th1·m natiunwide and around theworldtomanythirdworld The l!.>year·old plant ullt'd to countrwa:· Manin aaid make condo~ and lall'x Tht• 'I'roy plant i• part of glon~11. but•witchedt•xcluijive- An11l'll lnternational.asubtiid ly to condom11 aa the number of iary 11f Pao:1fic.Jlunlop. an Au11· <·wieaofncquired1mmunedefi to Hou11ton getting the betit u11e for '";;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~ the dollar'! I'm not quite Bott what • thl' City of Houaton'1 Koala are for AIDS. but I n•rtainly know what ourlAFHlgoal11are' Cox alKO aaid that AFH wu .. told what we were fl'.oing to get" from the grant money. with nopri or meetinf{ with city health offi­ciala to dill.C'Uaa the organiiation's need.l!orpr1or1tiaforthebudf{et year Co11ncilmember11 Vince Ryan. l'.:leanor Tinaley and Be\·erly Clark 11upported Cox·1 commenta, wtth Ryan al.a charging that ··the health dl'pa.rtment and the Cit)' of Hou,.ton do... have a biu agaim1t communitybllllt'dorganizalioruJ.' Gay doctor testifies he incorrectly identified body LOS ANGELES (AP)· A gay doct0< conv1cied ol murder told Jrors in his penalty trial how h~ incorrectly 1dent1l1ed a dead body because he feared public disclosure ol his homosexuality ~My l>"fllonal biaaU.foroommu Or Richard Boggs. trying to nity ba.ed organizations:· Ryan perstlade 1urors to spare his hie. continued. "Tm diMturbl•d by thia insisted Tuesday. Nov 20. he did tfl'nd of moving more and more not kill Ellis Greene Boggs program1 to the hl'alth depart blamed another defendant. ment, where perhap1 there is more Melvin Hanson. for an 1dentoty­control. but where we certainly swotch insurance fraud scheme the penalty phase and a new 1ury was empaneled to decide whether the doclor shoold serve life m pnaon or death in the gas chamber Asked to ten 1urors what he wanted them to decide, Boggs turned toward th• panel and saod. ··01 tne two choices av lab!e. other ,e19 tco app 1ngtc 1T'I N.Y. bill would ban discrimina­tion in domestic partnerships don't neceeurily Ket the be1t uae Boggs. 57. sa•d Hanson NEW YORK (AP)--Unmarried of the money:' threatened to expose his city workers who love woth same-an~ n:~:ed1"~~=P:~at~ ~~cere~t ~~:~C:x1~~~~e~:~e~~~ ~:~n 8 :~,~~r~P.~~~1~:K ~-rdo~:~e:;c '"could be dont' at th1• point... ~~~~,Yty~~~t~h~~~~~a~~eene as from d•scr1monatoon under a bill Cox remarked. ··1 think what Hanson intr~~u:re: ~;r:ht:~~~t~:~:i:e :!1;:~dn: :0~:t ~h~)~! ~~ri!;'~~e :;~~~t~h:~m.~~~:s ~~s :~:~,f.:~:er;:t~o1~~~11;sn~r:_,her ~~~ed~:i:~:~~~t~~i~~~ingand ~~a~:O~ !~~ ~~~:~~:i~~s ~o':~:~~~=:~~ ~;e ReglllJ'dina: the ju .. tification of John B Hawkins. allegedly protected lfom doacrim1nat1on in Af'H pn•icram1 duplicated by the shared a $1-5 m1lloon insurance the acl•ons and pohcies ol New city, Cox noted that thf' city'1 payoll Yori!; City_ said Councolwoman AIDS hotline, et1tabli .. ht'd la1t Hanson. who had facial plll$t•c Carolyn Maloney. sponsor ol Che year ... co.ttthreciume.a•muchto surgery. lied to Mexico but was bill. on Tuesday, Nov 20 :7c~~~~d81bfit~h~n ~;~llll~~t~~:; ~~~;~n;~:I h~;!~~:ed- He Br~~::~ a~~~:~~:~: fivl" yeara when the city line remaons at large taken Che IUd on the aru ol opened. The Afo"H hotline ii now 1 A rury 1 conv1cied ~~~on Juty :i:-:::;:c~~~~;~~a~~=~: 1taffed by volunlffrt. aaid Cox. ~;;; ~~~;~;~~a~~ocked on actoon by the coty on the issue but1tillanawenmanyt1meemore ii;;;i;;;;;;;;;;;;;!ii calla than the city"a Funding for the AFH hotlint wa11cut1n 1990 Aocordinl( to Glenda Gardntt. intenm director of the ht>alth de-partment'• AIDS programa, de­laya 1n notifyina the organiza· tionawereduetoachangeinfedtr· al government rult-11 regarding whatagencycouldadministerthe grant. Earlierthiayear.it had ap­peared thegrantwouldbeadmin· isll'red by the 1tate Health Depart· ment. The cit)' lelllJ'ned only thi~ month that it would admini11ter the funds. Gardner1aid LOSS, PAIN OR TRAUMA? Ryan Mked Cox how much AIDS monl")' wall returned to the CJ>C laat year. then uid he woo Id cht'<'k into 1t h1m11el£when 11he in· dicated11hewa .. notabletofindo11t thefilf\lre. If you can't work through your grief, come to Break­Through. This intensive 10-day treatment program can help you understand your feelings, and work through your pain in a totally safe environment. Date: December 7 lhru December 15 Place: Baywood Hospital (nights); retreat setting (days) RSVP: 332-9550 FREE CONSULTATION: II you 're unsure whether BreakThrough could benefit you , call 332-9550 lo sel up a free. initial consultation. teeted health deparunent are u•oally en The abihty of the Montroee couraged to notil)· their aeJ:Ual ~~:d~n~o!!~!n~n,::~ a;~;:~ ~po:r:tn:•~~·="=°'::".::'_ :""=n---~======:::::11 ticullllJ' concern. u the clinic ia ~;;;;;,';!;,;!:,;n:?.;;~m:~:·';.:~ CAD DRAFTING ~:~ ::v:~i~~i~~n!n~=~~tii:~ ALL TYPES ~:~~iac~~~be::e\~e~~;i~:p:: SPECIALIZING IN ELEC. ENGR. pie who are te1ted into a aetling NORMAN SANFORD ;~~;~~::::~r~C::.0T~~r::n~~:1 HCS ENTERPRISES INC. plan, 11ay elllJ'ly intervention advo- 771 ·6982 ca1A:'11,iadoomedtobackfire,driv '-----------------' ingtho.ewhoarem011tatnak'"un ----------------~ derground" and diacouraging them from aeekingtl'flting, treat­ment, and counaeling that could prevent othera from becoming in '"'"' Laaher 18.id he wa1 notified Fri· day that the clinic would recl'ive $208,000 for testing and coun•el ing in 1991. the aame amount at laetyeal: Richard Leopold, health educa· torfortheHJVbureau,deniedthat the outreach program materials intl'nd to steer people to any cer ta.in clinic, noting that both the Montrtlllt' Clinic and the var1oua city cliniai are listed on the pro­gram postera. Healao 18.id the ma tHial• explain the difference be­tween ··anonymous"' and "confi dential" lellting .. They're two different thing11;' aaid Leopold. ''The people who go tobetelltedcandecidewhichthey Invite you to come home ior Christmas. \tht•n1 b eg in~ with a special Sermon b~· Fr . Dennis Borca, O.F.l\1. "Hope and Reconciliation" Sunday, De c ember 2nd a t 10:30 A.l\1. 25 15 \\aug h Dr. at Missouri Both the people o f Grace and Kolbe looJ.. forward to seeing you. want. 1-----------------1 re~~:~ :~n~u~::=~:l~~o0::~ ----------------- teated:· he aaid. "We don"t tell ~ Answering them where, and we (the city HIV ~ bureau)don'tconducttheteating" ~ Service c•l!l Voice Mailbox The health cliniai take name.. uid Leopold, on the ast11mptiun thatpeoplewhoareteetedwillbe­come regular clienta or the chnic. However; hel8.id,peoplewhocome in to be teated "can give any name: Asked which type of tl'fltmg would be done from the blllJ' vafll!. Lindaay said that eitht'r ·•confi dential" or "anonymoUll' tatmi;i would be available Lindaay admitted. however; that contact tracina of peraon.11 whotl'fltJ)Ol!litivewaaapo1eibility. ••aa with an STD (aexually tran11 • Your own personal and private telephone number • 24·hour Service with unl1m1ted calls • Same day start-up • Only $1400 per month • Service can be hnked to your pager so you·u get your messages instantly Pager rental avai.lable • Mastercard Visa Dtseover accepted Page ME! inc.™ :~~ted~::e~~aati~:~~h":~ 1-----------.:(,;,7;,;13;:),;;6;;2,;,l·,;,28;;:2;:2:.I THE WORST THAT CAN HAPPEN IS BETTER THAN YOU THINK. Thisisnok•cturl'onth1.•spr~·adof.\llb. '.\or falsehop~,1~prom1sL'S m tht'fareof&.•vasMm1t:fe;1r. l"h1s1shelpforpe ~k'who\l.•stlll\ pos111w Body H1s1tiw 1s .1, <Jncerrw_•d ~roup of vrJur w i 'u1 idt%tand tht· r1.·ahtiesofw:ttir1111est1"d. \\<-n.•hi.•fl"IOputyouin w 1p. >r>I ·whncan he-lp.tolt>tvouknowtht'rt·1Sht'lp.l :l'S \ forak111,11t--randhcalth1t'rlif~w1ll rly1nt·C1 intl·rn•ntJOn. Thi.·n.• are op ions ft l~ wi1'11 courage tofindou \\C'll μ~It )'O'' i touch with ar1sv.1·nr.. The-Tt'i::;nosacnfk'l'O JR• s,roufide iahtyo: :fo::1 ity. Eve y M) JUr..s. ( 11520· -E~T. 4 MONTROSE \IOICE · FRIDA'!'. NOVEMBER 23. 1990 Museum of Fine Ans rediscovers the treasures of Pompeii Episcopalian bishop celebrates anniversary μ;ith warning MontroHArtby LI Sf!.ITA LAVY Before visitin& the Muaeum of t'ine Arta" currente:xhib1t. '"Redis· cOYerina Pompeii;' what I remem brred moat about visiting the an· cient city of Pompeii 10me year# aa:o were the cuta made from the lava moldJi which •urrounded the victim• of the volcano. Theee poisnant pluter figures-the m.uk of death forever fro:ten on their fa.CM-point out the impor· tanceof Pompeii u an archaeolos ioa.l find. The volcanic debri• which covered Pompeii in A.D. 79 leftintactanaccuraterecordofthe life and death of the proaperou1 commercial center; A caat of the body of a youne woman. "Lady from Oplonti1;· and much more can be aeen in the MFA'• exhibit, which contain• alm<>11t 200 recent­ly excavated itema-11eulpturt11, jewelry, frelCOefl, household ob­ject& and gamet1-mot1t of which have never been viewed by the public Pompeii lay untouched. under 15 feet of volcanic debria until the mid-eighteenth century when it wa. accidentally diaoovered Since then it has been continuou• ly uncovered, explored and docu mented aa a source of information aboutlifeinthefintcentury.More than 50 acres remain to be exca­vated. Computer techniques are playing a significant role in the current atudy current study and excavation ofPompeiiandovera dozen interactive terminala are in· eluded in thia exhibit. Theae allow muaeum visitora to journey through the city of Pompeii, view rotating imagea of object& in the exhibit, and obtain extenaive in· formation about the art and life of ancient Pompeii. While the computers uffer addi· tional information, thP main at­traction iathecollectio11oftangi­bleartifact.. foundundfr the vol· canicaahwhichoffer clueatothe cultura.llifeofthecity.lndudedin the array of artifact.a art a bron:te hydraulic valve. medical i1111tru· menta and many clay and blown gla.u bow ta (aome containing col· or pigment and preaerved food item1). All are remarkable for theirdelicacyandeophi.ttication Though many of theee are eome­what aimilar to modem house­hold items, the importance of mythinPompeiiancultureiaaeen in the image1 of ll'od& and mytho­loll'ical fiirurea which appear on numerousvaaeaand lamps.Often the objecta are whimsical in na­ture--- bowla have animal feet aa pede1tal1 and a food warmer haa handle1 m the form of human handa. for example ·Lt1tf1 With TMotricaJ Mofb."' Firlt Ctnlury AD. mo.rblt. From tM ah•b1tion "Rtcb•ro1·enng Pomptu."' on tVw of IM Mii.1eum of F111~ Arif. Ho.., ton. thnni11h Jon 27 nnd your category in the Voice aassifieds ... Then advertise in the Montrose Voice by calling 529-8490 An ad this size costs as I ittle as$16.12. Call for details. Utegor1escur­rendy •w.llAble 0100, D.ANSPOl­TATION OlOO, IUS. OP­POITUNmES 0600, lMPlOY­MlNT .WAILAILl 0700, INSTlUC.. TIONS 0800,WOU WANTID I 000, MllCKAN­O~ l .•S ld­I_ lo~· u..­o,__, _ qoil _... . s.. _­.. ·-:;,°"";" .... ...... , .. ,.,. . ... ..... C'"'' ~!'-'"-"'<.I ..\ ....... 1 ..... . ... ... ,.,..,, p..,_,. .-.,,.., .,~-..-I.- C-·.-'q°' 1100,ANIMALS 1400,RENTALS •.oc c... -. ··~· ­- 1600, l1AL EST.QI 1700,NOTIW 1900, SPllJTUAL 2000, MOlTUAlY 21~, SU.V1W ·---· """'- .... · - This size costs as little as $6.29 ,,... -· ,1.1,2,1 .. - ----- - . -~ ~ s ~E-.: ::-· l?~~:~ ...... 'II _,, s _.,,.,. I . ...,.., ·-~•­C• -~ ,_....., ... p .... .,.,_ -·-· ~~ ·~~~~· :~r;~ 1200. ntl I'll· SONA15 UOO, SlASONAL Among the sculptural items are a marblerelieffeaturins theater masks. a playful bronze and KOld statuette of Bacchus, the wine god, and a particularly intere11t­ing and elaborate bronze hand from the cult of Sabaxiaa, which waausedaaavotheobjectinthe wore hip ofthi11 fertility sod. Items auch aa theee were common in Pompeiian houaeholdJi as were colorful freecoee idepending on one"a social 11tatu11o, of courae) CentraltotheexhibitU.therecre­ation of a Pompeiian garden c•om plete with moaaic uled founlll1n11. 11eulpturea. liveplantaandar()()m on wh1 wal a are painted replicu of colorful (re.CQl'I. The Rarden setting, along with thenumerouaartifactaanda.culp­turee, 11'iveavi11itora a good idea of what everyday hfewaa likein an cient Pompeii. However, crowd• at the exhibit make it difficult to gain acceM to the computen and e;ome­timn even to - the obJecta.~on mu~um memben 1hould alao ex· pect to wait bl-fore being admitted, thuuw-h thia time may be spent viewing othl'r exhibit&. ··Redi11COv· erina Pompeii" will continue at the MFA_ 1001 H~1nnet. through Jan.'Zi - ~1 PROVIDENCE. A.I. (AP)- The Episcopal Church's presiding bishop used the church's 200th anniversary 1n Rhode Island as a forum to warn against U S intervenhon1ntheMlddleEast andtopriuseelforts to listen to homosexuals The Most Rev. Edmond L Browning told about 4500 people at Sunday. Nov. 18."• service. including Sen. John H. Ch1fee and Rep_ Ronald Machtley, that Americans should not think that Middle Eastern oil 1s ··somehow ours. ~ Browning. a Texan who ascended to head the 2 5 m1111on­member church live years ago. praised Rhode Island's h11tory of tolerance !or rehg1ou1 d1ver11ty and said thesp1nt olopennesa and d1~ers11y defines the present­day Episcopal Church Weth1nkthattruthcomes trom earnest discussion. from common worship. from lives that are w1111ng to sacril1ce. W•lhng to live and serve 1n commumty. We don·1think11 comes from decree:· he said Browning praised Rhode Island Episcopal Bishop George N Hunt. who as chairperson ol thechurch'scomm1tteeon human &flairs has encouraged listening sessions'" w1thgay people as a prelude to a new church policy on homosexuality ·1 thank God lor the powerlul w1tnessolyour bishop in the church today." Browning said '"II 1saw1tnessthatpleaslord1gnity and sell-control. which approachesw1thaconc1hatory spirit the hard questions of humansexuahtywh1chlouch us all at the deepest level of human exrstence· Prosecutors: Gang members singled out male couples SEATTLE tAP)-t"our gang membt-rs a,·cu11ed ol bt-ating ff('veral ml.'n during a stred rampage brntoced about the attacks after their arrei;t.s and made derogato­ry remarks about gay pt'O· pie to police, proeC'Cutors said. The four were charged Thursday. Nov_ 15, in King County Superior Court with one count of first-degree as­sault and two count.a of fourth-degrf'E' ai;eault One of the people at· tacked Sunday, Nov. 18. night on Broadway Avenue East in the Capitol Hill neighborhood required sur· gery for brain hemorrhag­ing. The 23-year-old man'11 condition was upgraded to satisfactory Thur1:1day, Nov 15, a. ho11pital 11pokt•8penion 11aid J(»leph Tom&11i, 20; Taumaoe Junior Mm1e, 20; Chris Molesi Afoa. HI; and Reno Uise Maiava, 20, are being held in th(' King County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bond pending arraignment Monday, h'ov. 19. All are from the South Seattle and White Center areas. '"The defendants singled out certain victims:· Senior Depu­ty Prosecutor Denis O'Leary said "The defendants left alone couplee who were made up of a man and a woman; they limited their attacks and ha· ra811ment to couplee made up of two men'.' He said thl.' defendant.s are members of the United Blood Nation, a Samoan branch of the Bloods gang Two of the defendants said they didn 't care if the most seriously injured of the victims died, O'Leary told the court. "Maiava called out to one officer from his holding cell, "Hey, how is the guy doing; is he dead yet?' He also asked, 'How long will we get, three years? Good ... I like the food in Walla Walla anyway;" referring to the state's ma:ximum security prison, O'Leary said He said the gang attacked at least three men. Witnesses trailed the four, and police arre11ted them hiding in an alley, the depu­ty prosecutor told the court. MAC Credit Union study completed Montro!ll' Activity Center (MAC) ha.8 completed its initial credit un· ion fea.8ibility 1:1tudy, conducted in September and October. Jim Crary. MAC vice pre•ndent and chair of the credit union project, said MAC committed in N>ptem ber to spon110r the creation of a creditunionwhoat'primaryMlol·k holdera are organi~atio n 1. indi viduala and buain~ in the gay commun1t~·. MAC'1 reaaon for i(ettmg m· volvedinthillprojectU.toprovide a financial i1111titution that will servetheapecificneedaofl• bian and gay stockholden1;· Crary aaid. We are well underway in a<· iiev ingour11"oal. a community credit union in HouNton. We're excited about the project and hopetoopen ourdoonin 1991.aftercompleting PhaseThrt't''.' Thefir,.tphue,compilinsofpo­tentialNtoc ·khulden.waaachieved one month ahead of tchedule; the IM'Ct1nd. entailing compiling the aurvey numb.n and hnms up po­tential boardmt'IDbe1'iacurrent· I)· underway, Crary explained. Ph Biil' thrH will be a charter meet intt 1date and location to be an· nounef'd fto11tartpnij)l'rfilingpro­ceduree. 'If requ,rementfl are fulfilled, opening for b1 int'f" could take place aa early as the next few month11;· Crary •aid The project waa inspired by the aucce&Bful Dalla11 Gay Alliance Credit Union and an idea pro­poeed at a MAC board meetinll' by Robert Bridgee. The DGACU wu recently given a ''two'' rating from the Texaa Credit Union Commi.­sion. which ratee the institution• on a scale of one to five Jim Owen1, MAC preaidenl. of· fered MAC"1 congratulation& to the Dallas credit union. eau.b­lil! hed in Octobei; 1988, on ita rat· ing and second birthday. He added that the DGACU, after which MAC's current project ill modeled. will be ·a tough act to follow" Rice study finds exercise helped patients By the ANOeiatt'd Prt1H A group of AIDS patient& who exercised regularly improved their muscle function and body conditiona more than sedentary patients, and may live lonil"er, a new•tudyooncludl'd The Rice Univenity 11tudy, relea&ed Tueeday.1'ov 20. 11howed that within three monthll after the atud)· of 24 patients, two of the non~xerci.se patient& had died.. but a.II in theexerciaetrroupwrre Tm not I Ua'RNtmil" that th .. higher mortality in the non· exerciaina patient& hu any lrientific aignificance, but I have oblo ~rved that tht• extent of the di11ease ia not the only determinant of early mortality amons AIDS patients:- aaid 1tudy direct.or OaleSpence AU the patirnta in the•tudy had a major infection related to acquired immune deficiency 11yndrtome. and most of the patients were a.lready debilitated and rea111"ned tlla termina.l illneaa To reduce the wa11tin11" of body ti .. ue and the wealr.eninlJ of muscle condition and endurance common m AIDS patient&. the experimental 11"Tot1p exen:illed with progreuive reeilltanre three limn a wttk for •ix weeka. The control ll"TQUpdid notexerciae Many of the exerci1e-group patient& aaid they were now able to enjoy recreational phy1ical activitieetheyhadn'tparticipated in since they had contracted the di~eue:· Spence aaid '"While the primary diaease waa not altered, the quality of life waa vastly improved for the majority or patientawhoexercilt'd."' Spence concluded that early exercille may 11low tht rate of muacle atrophy IO common in AIDS patient& The study w11 published originally in the Archivl'll of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Auguat. B:>ugt: IC y.>u a put· v. by Body 'osilvt-Houston A' Ve and Ar ;encan Ac Tiy 0 matolo•y Am i Acade y of ilml y P y Niltonaf A:. x: :ii Pe;; with AID 8f Bl ~ Nel:come ;o FRIDAY. N OVEMBER~. :!90 MONl 10$ VC E 5 "I learned I was HN positive 5 years ago. I felt angry, deserted, and victimized." , "Today, I'm back in control." Every day, more and more people are learning to live with HIV People are finding ways to stay healthier. strengthen their immune systems, develop positive attitudes. They've found that proper diet. moderate exercise, even stress management can help. And now, early medical intervention could , put time on your side. LMNG' Today, HIV positive doesn't mean you have to give up. So, the sooner you take control, the better. For more in.format10. non living with H. IV, WITH HIV. we urge you to call the number below. anonymously, 1f you wish. 1 1 ·800-HIV-INFO THE SOONER YOU TAKE CONTROL THE BEDER. 6 MONTROSE VOICE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1990 Civic groups deny connection with homophobic letter By SHERI COHEN DARBONNE M.,ntrow \,;,,,.~ Ed1for Offic:er11 of Monlroee area civic clut. are denying any connection to a homophobic letter mailed to aeveral Avondale neighborhood "'9identt and the Montrc.e Coun· aeling Center, purporting to repre­aent the "cilizen1 of Avondale"' and signed only with the generic title ··Home Owners Auociation:· Further; Guy Pulliam, preeident of the newly reo rganized AvondaleAJJ1ocialion,1aidthatif theletter'1writerwa11infactami.1· guided member; '"l"d do my beat to getthemoutofthegroup.Thia(let ter) ia in no ah ape or form the atti tude of the Avondale Auociation · Butler; meanwhile, said that Neanown, a coalition ofMontrOR civic club representative.. would addreu the '"disturbing .. letter at a meeting to be held shortly after Thanksgiving ··we certainly want to know who's reapunaible;• ahe aaid ... , know that {Neanown) will be looking into it:" Both Pulliam and Butler aaid they did not know of any members oftheirgroups,ortheirreapective crime or sexually oriented buei ne.1 committees, who wtre in volved in campaigns that may have produced the letter. "My gut feeling ia that nobody inCAvondaleA-..ciau.,nJwroteit. but there ill a pouibihty it could havto bft.n ta membt-r);' said Pulliam. If the letter wruer wu a mtmb.-r. he nottd. hi?' or she ac-ted without the 88.n<·ticon oft he aaaoci at1un Ann Robi1t0n, txec-uUvtdirector oftheMontl'Ollf.-Cnun9e.lingCen ter. Nid ah!?' r«t-1\·t'd the l"uer at herofficafriday,Nov.16.'Atfint I JUllt laughed about it."' ahtsaid, "thtn I ttad itagain.anditreally disturbed me. I calltd Judy <But­lerl and 11htodidn't knowanything about it." Thl?'ll•tterrl'ad1:·· whenthecit· izen11 of Avondalt• arl?' working with the Houston pulice to eradi· cate tht neighborhood of mall?' protitituU!!J. aomf'One at your ad drl'tl& or in your vehide hu been observed to be fraternizing with homostxual wrongdoers and known marijuana 113t'111. "Pleai;e be advi11ed that the neighborhood watch will be pay ingcloeeattentioninthtnextfew months to this kind of bl'havior. It i11 hoped that tho.e who can· not maintain a lifestyleappropri· ate to Montroee homeownere will eeek another area of the city:• Butler aaid, "The firt1t I head of it W88 when Ann (Robison) callt'd me:· adding that she felt whoever senl it "juatwanted tollarttrou ble" By Monday. Pulliam 88.id sever al Avondale AlllOciation members he •poke to about the letter had al eo received• copy. Butler. however; eaid ahe did not know of any 1'eartown members who had, and that the AllllOciation ittelfhad not received a copy at itt poet office "'" Pulliam .aid the timing of the letter concerned him, because the Avondale Al!aociation recently re­grouped after a long periodofinae· tivity. Heaaid theorganizationia not homophobic and ia intended to represent all of the neighbor· hood's re.idtntl. Montrose Clinic adds board members, Audette Clinic hires nurse The MonlrOIK' Clinic board oftrUI· pany, U.S.A. and a member cifthe 1 rve. on tht> adv1 ory bt ud of the I.eel hu elected three new board board of trustees of MCCR. the Paa11dt'm Art'& Cultural Artt members to fill vacancie. created Montl'Olle Activity Center and In Counnl 1cally our pabentt have been pri· marily aay males and the aame hu been true of our volunteers. In the put couple of year&. we"ve Bishops laud sexuality and temper homo­sexuality rebuke WASHINGTON (AP)- ·A summaryoltheChr1st11n heritage1nAmer1cawas mod1f1ed by U S Roman Catholic bishops Nov 15to recognize abusn that occurred mtheearlydays The document. ··Heritage and Hope. Evangehz1t1on m America.· was drawn up to mark next year's 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus· landing on 1heseshores Archbishop Edward A McCarthy ol M1am1. head ol a committee that drafted the pastoral letter commemorating the coming of Europeans to Amenca. said 11 has undergone by the reaijJnationoftwomembtra teqrroup AMociation Inc. In addi ma1or revisions and the creation of a larger board tion. he ia an txecutive advi.aor to under tht clinic'• bylaws, an JuniorAchievement,amemberof nounced Ralph Laaher; txecutive the 1'ational Gay and Lelbian direct.or. Task 1-'orce, memberofSenioraAc· Frank: C11mp11i wu elected to fillavacanry<Tt'atedbythert111g· natwn vi Ill: ~ancy Hanllt'I Campi8i ia a local rtah.or and 8f.•rveaon tht·boardofthl?'Founda ate of the Montro&e Clinic) haa hired Carol Holder. R.N . to work at all STD clinic &e111iona, aCC<>rd· ing to Ralph Laaher. exl'Cllt1ve di rector. Sht ia the fint full·time paid medical profe9111onal tver tmployed by tht clinic. Funding for thill po11ition ia provided by the l:nitedWay seen an increaaing numbl'r of ~~~~~~~~ women patient.a and have had dif· r ficultie. seeing them. Thank.a to the United Way. we're now able to do.a. Bernard Barbour and Steven Hartranftwl?'reelectedattheJuly meeting to fill two nl?'w p<Nlitiona under the reviled bylaws. Frank Campisi wu elected at the No­vember meeting to fill an txiating vacancy Barbour ia an employee rela· lion• specialist with 1-:xxon Com· tivt in a Gay Environment and a member of tht Pridt Awards com lion for i-:ducaU••nal ReM-arch and m1ttee Hartranft works for thtSupport Center(anon-profit1W:1i1tanceor· 1anization) and ia a p88t exec-u· tive director of the Ballet San Jacinto in Houston. H" is a mem· her of the Amtrican Society of Training and devtlopment and Gamma Mu Satiunal Foundation Inc. In addition. ht ill activl?' with the Diana Foundation. tht Hu man HlKht Campaign Fund and the Community Alliance of Hou11 Additionally, the Thomas AudNte M ... morial Clinic(an aflili Holdl?'r will bl' primarily re.pun· aibll?' for the clinic"• women'• pro­grams but will also have quality 8fl.llUrance oversight over the phlebotomy, laboratory, Pentamidine therapy and phar macyareaa La1her commented that "'hi8lor I hope next year we'll be able to find fundinlJ to add a male nu rs!?' to our staff. aleo;' Laahtr added Tht Audl?'tte Clinic offers STD aervicea Monday through Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on a first come, fil'lt 11erve basis. For more information call the clinic at 528-5531 (52S.3577 TDOJ. Militants use confrontation to fight anti-gay violence By ANDREW SELSKY NEW YORK fAPr-h wu • q11il't night at Kini Tut"• Wah-Wah H11t bar-ifquietiathewordforanEut Vil\ag" Hloon whert tattooed to111ha gather to boo%e. play pool and hat.en toheavymttal Gradually.averydifferentcrowd filtered in. They wo"" T-1h1rt1 with the letrend .. Queer Natlun"" l?'mbla :wned over 1 map of the Unit«! Stat.ea, and .ettled in under the 111 ttavioltt·lit p.a.int1na of a •kull on ·~A beefy pool player wu about lo takeaahotwhenhtnoueedapalrof the ntwoomera atandin1 beaidt him Hi•j11wdropped The two men were kiaamii, mouth lo mouth ""Ohno!Ohno!"'themanwiththe cuecried,retreatin1inrevulaionto the other •ide of the table. "Stop that:' They i(l'.nored him Thia wu why they had oome--1oag1tate.tooon front people they bl11me for an in· creaae in 1ttach on le.biana and gay men. They are Queer Nation­oneof. everal m1htantgayorganiza· tiona which have diacarded pohte penuu1un for grab.them-by-the-I• pela dtfianee There are Queer Nation chapters in San Francl.co. Loa Angela,&.. ton, Dftroit. Philadelphia. Provi· dence, Toronto, Boulder. Colo., and Ithaca.NY Four-hundred people at tend bi-weekly meeunp in Ntw York .ervicmtoaufferers,thl?'newgtnera tion-ACT·UP. the AII.IB C<>Bhtion to Unleuh Power-takea to th• atteett ACT·L'P hu thrown bagtla and noodle. at a hotel where Prtaidtont BWLh WU appearing. blocked Wall St!"Ht. di11rupt«I aervicea in St. Pat ric:k"• Cathedral-all pruteata agairuit what it claims ia p0htical, bWLin-andreligioWLmdifferl?'nee to the epidemic. It ia ~. wholt new at1.1tude." Mid Randy Shilts, 11 na1ional rornspon dent for tht San FranO.CO Chrom ell?' and author of tht critically &C"­c: l1Jmed accountoftheAll.IBcriaia. 'And the Band Played On" The new mihtanta are ··rebtlling agamat•traight.acil?'tybutalllO agai!lllt older gay people.'" said Shilta,J9 ltiaapatternthatrtpeataitaelfin many social movemenu­radic: ahzation followed by tttrench mentandnewradicalization.1aid JimJuper.anaaaiatantprofeNorof aociology at New York Univeraity "The newcomers become disap­point «! in how oa1ified the old groupa are" and take their own a~ tion.JuperHid :Any fqgot get.a w1thm a one-foot ran1e. l"m going to knock him out: the pool player declared loudly to an yonewhowouldliaten But more militanttcrowdedinto the little room. 0111.n11mbl?'nng th" rtfrU\ara. ·we·re here and we""" queer,we"rehereandwt"requeer:' they chanted Where groupa like 1he Gay Mm"a Tht chanting ifl?'W 110 loud it Htalth Criaia 1"81ponded to AIDS by drowned out the heavy metal mu .. ic k>bbyina for help and by providing and the pool playeT. wh< wu ehout mg "Shutup.•hutup""tunuavail Later. out.it ... ~ \hf' bar. the 1 ... bian• andgaymen11n1Cledoutaakinhtad whohad11houll'da1lutTheyeliout ed'"Hnmophube'-andpointedthl?'Lr finil"nath1m rh .. y ... f\..•We'llb.backandwe'\l be 11trong..r:· they rhanted. And '"We"tthtte.wr"rt- UH'l'.we'refabu lova-getllledtuiL ltwaafetoaaythatthe50d<'mon· 1trator1< wlttl vie it.Ml KingT11f1 Wah Wah llat on that 1ummn niaht­and had 1<tagf'd a '"ki ... in"" at the Alcatraibardownthchloxkearlier in the evening-,.·nn nuconverta They didn"texpect lo ·wf'are breakin1rdownthebarri tu uf un~poken lt'(Tl'jatino."" Hid (~Ut't'' Nation •pokt't<pn110n Jay Hlotrher. '" ltian"tgu1ngtohappenin11wtek Th111 h11rken11 h11d to the Woolworth fountl'I" Ln theSouthandtheblac:ka c:ummgbarkagainandagainand 11gam. l.ikt· thl"m, we lll"t a di11en franch1eedmi1 >rityfightingforour righ\M Quwr Sauon'• foundtonwer~ac: t1vf' in All Ul~ and rrmam mem beni. "W._.feltthatth,.rewereothtr ialuea,1uc:haalli11increaaeinvio­lenc: 1?" ag1Jnat gay11 and ltab1an1. thathadtt.beaddre88ed:1aidco­founderAlan l\lf'in l\•mo! th,. four men wh" helped found Queer Sstion h•d thf'maelvee been v1dim1 of gay buhmg. and Kleineaidthtl(l'OupwuformedtJe.. CIUll ttw men felt lliere wu no or­ganited re9ponM to attac:ka on 1ay people Thegrouporganizf'd.1ttli111tdem onattat1•n in April whl?'n a thou sand marchers protest«! a pipe­bombin1outa1dtagaybarthatm juredllirtepeopll?' Through S.:-pL 30 of thia year. llil?'rl?' ha~·" bttn NI anti-gay crime. in r..'ew York City. •aid Capt Chlll"leaSenzelofthepolicedepart· menf1 biu unit Police aaid thn-e were 47 auch cnmee for all of 191;9 •nd4:lforll:IN' 8111 the Gay and l.acbian Anh-Vi olmce ProJtet. ,.·hich providee legal help and rounaehng fur vic:hml of gaybuhing,gavtmuc:hhigherlia: Ul'e8.ltliated42.'ianti·gayenmeain llie aty through the md ofSeptem· bl?'r. compared to:~~forallofl9M9. accordingtoOavidKirac:henbaum, &lpokeaper1on for the group Polic:i'&aidprivately thewidt>dia· crepancymaybeduetothtfac:tlliat police havt to prove an attack wu buedonthtvic:tim"aae11u11lorienta· tion '"OurmftlBaieiagayaandle.bi· anawillnolongerbe1iltntvic:t1ma: Blotcher aaid. "'We !ll"e here and we""'aforcetobereckonedw1th" Another group. tht Pink Pan then,patrola1treet1toprutect1iay1. Tht members carry no weapons. but walkie-t.alkiee. cameru and whia· tlee. Thepurpoa.eof1hec:ameraaare to photoaraph gay baehera the pa troll apprehend The group daima aio mrmber­all tr1Jned m aelf·defenM. att<:1rdina to founder Gerri Wells-and ie pa trolhniiGreenwich Village ~wt will hold peoplt for th" police and we will buh bac:lr. ifnecN&ary;' 111.1dMa.Wella.aleeb1an.··wewill W1eequalforce(toholda1raybuhl?'r fi1htingtoeacape)." The Panthl?'r8 have not detained anyone 1inee the aroup waa formed mJuMbutpatrohihavtappearedaa gay• were haraaaed on four or live oc:c .. mna. she 1aid. The culpnta ran whenthePmkPantheraarrived,ahe ~· ~Evtryone hu a nght to defend 1h1?"m1eh·ea:' 8111d ln11pector Paul Sanderaon. head of tht pohc:i' de­partment"& biuunit "The local pa lr01'are1ioodaalon1uth1?"ydon·t get out of hand. lfthty arabiwme­onewho'a been beatmiiup homoaex uala and hold him until officer. ar rive. that"• tht! kind of citizens' ae­tion that"aneeded" "lflwalkwithmyloverdownthe 1trett. I face phy•ical or verbal abuee:'HidK\ein."That"aintolera ble. I h1vetomaktimpurtantchoie­e1. I havetoronfrontthatbiu.We havt to fight for our ri&hta and I think th11tc:an't becompromiaed." Tht mihtantl are not always IO confrontational Quter Nation &<>ee to ahopping malhi to distribute Jeafleta which noteth•t gays havet!Xiat«I forcen· t11riea and which liat 10me famous people who were homoeexual. The leafleta are partially aimed at gay you.th& who may be despondent or even1uicidalabouttheirhom01e:1tu· ality. BlotcherHid "There"a no positive reinforce­ment from llOCiety for them:· heaaid ·'A]! you·re toldillyouwill livealife of alienation and diaapp0intment Aduleacentt crave acceptance. and thiaput1110meofthemovertheed&e 'There'anothm1routllieretotell the kida, 'Hey, il"• OK; and that"& whywedothia." Male prostitute ordered to stand trial under new {iIDS law 'Miller's Crossing' suggests return of great gangster movie LOS ANGELES (AP) -A corw1cted male prostitute will be 1ned on a telony charge ol sohc1t1ng sex while knowing he earned Che HIV virus Mumc1pa1Judge Rand Schrader on Fnday, Nov 16. set a Nov 30 1rr11gnment tor Dem1tr1 San\angelo belora Superior Court Judge Michael Tynan The Sant•ngelo case was the !1rsl in Los Ange1n County to use 1 new AIDS pros111ut1on law as the basis lor prosecution Schr•cler. ch11rpersonol the Los Angeles County AIDS Commission. earlier threw out thecharge1ga1nst Santangelo. contending he was not properly warned that he could be charged w1thalelony Tynan reversed Schr1de(1 ruling Deputy D1Stric1 Attorney V1v11n Davidson .. 1d she expects further 1ppea1s ol the 1988 statute The case might have to be decoded by me C•hlornoa Supreme Court. shesa•d Santangelo·• attorney. Deputy PubhC Delencler Petr•ck Thomason. lett the courtroom without comment.ng 1-'ilm review by JAVIER TAMEZ TheM011tro.e Vo,,..., There ia 1 great deal of talk thetit day•ofanewk>veaffairtheAmui can movie-goer ill having. Th11ont ill with the ganpter movit, and whiltnooneiaauggeatina11rl'tum totheheadyday•ofthe30"aand40"• when H11mphrey Bo1art. Edward G Robin.on. James Cagney and a hoat of other trtnch coat wtaringtouKh a:uy11hotandbulliedthe1rwaymto the htari. and mmda of the mov~ gom1rpublic.therehavebttn110me well·pub\icized filmaalated forth11 year.thatmakeitaeemaaifareeur iienee of tht 1tnre 11 undtorw&}' Amongtheaeill '"Miller"1 Cro11m1· Th11 ia a wonderfully art111ll~ film thatcenteraaro11ndtheatrugglefor power between two ""bouea"' in an unnamedeaatemcit}·inl929.and the influl?'noe of the "man·behmd the-man'" in auch a struggle. We mfft Tom Rtagan <Gabriel Byrne) who ia a loyal lieutenant man or· 11anization headed by Leo !Albert Jo"mneyl. With thtmayorand lilt c:hiefofpolice both on hia payroll. Leo run1 th!?' town 88 he see1 fit. But another cnmt boll8 ia growmg in· crtuin1lyrNtleaewiththt1tatuea quo. Thia ia Johnny Ca11par (Jon Polito). whoma1r.ta very clear to Leo that the 11tuation ia going to change. Leo remaiM unfazed by the challengeandillful!yprtp!ll"edfor all-out gang w111"f11re with Tom at h11aide Howevl'I'. Tum and Leo ha'·" both fallen in Jove with theaamewoman Verna \Marcia Gay Hardtnl. a tough. enticing woman, makes oo apolugitaforherbedpartneraorher mouvatwn. In the~ofLeo,aht'• pnm!ll"ily interNted m prottrt1ng htr1p1nel-brothl?'r.bl?'rn1t(John Turturro). Bernie 1r11mblta reckl-· nottgardforanyont1avthim1elf, andth(·c:har11c:ter"1humotH"xuality ill alludt'd to a numbtr of timH Whl?'n Leo diNc:<>VerH th11tTomand V1?"rn11 have bec-n 11teing each othl?'r hl?'uplodNint<>fury.Tomthen&oea over toJohnnyl'aapar'•campin· u-ntonbrintrm11I.eodnwn M1Jler'1 Croa11ng"' 11 a darkly ma.-.tic film with mtrig11ing plot twi>ttaanddevf"rlurpn-.Joe~and EthanC.,..ncowl'l.>tethe9C'Tiptwith Joelactingudirectorand Eth11na1 produeer. Tht Coen brothers, who hsvt brought brilliantly original works to the Kreen before ('"Blood Simple" and "Rai1ing Ari:wna"'), have another 1uCC1'611 on thl?'ir hands. Thia movit ront.aina iwme wonderfuldialoa:ueandadeflalle­KOry to which more moviea 1hould up1re. Afintu:ampll?'oflhillillthtu.eof ha ta. The wide-brimmed fedoru are wornlowontheforeheadaofallthe characte1',ahadowingtheirl?')'ts.lt sddaa1iniaterflairtothe1iang11teni which might have been lo.tin tht nonchalan1,almOt1tcomic,violenc:i' Tom.inparticular,iatiedtohiahat Heillbeatenupandworkedoveraev era! umea during the movie, and eachtimehiehatfa11'offandoneo£ the other chMactera givea it back to him. Ht repl•cs it on h11 head. 111ain concealin& hia eyea, and him· 1elf. beneath the bnm. Thia works well with Tom utheenigmatic•tal· wan, wh~ true objective ia re­vealed only• bit at a timt. and whoH tn1e motivation ill n""er di· vulged. Further; hia reuomng ia not eomethmii he willhee to eapou11e. u ia madec:lear when hedeacribe8 a dream to Vn-na. andhetellaherof thtdilK"l>mforthtfl?'ltbecauaeofa hat. c•ught by • breeze. floatin1 over the wood. !aaceneahown in the opening crediU). The hat, he fear.. will beforevtrl09t,an"""nt withar1vtron11equtnca1oh1m.tJe.. cause he will no lon1er havt it to 1h1tld hi•purpoae beyond tht hats. the ooetumea wereuaedlu11C1oualyandeffectively Thtgang1ttr•worthugtovercoat1 with iwft 11huulder1 that emph11 1ized tht hour-alaaa 1h1pe. Fre­quently, thty uaed glovta u well, addingtotheoveralleffoctofhiding underthrirclothing Supple lri•h tunee were u11ed for the mWLical lC(lre. and at timea the effect wu tthereal. u whl?'n it ia uaed u a barkdrop aa1Jn11t a vi cioua attal'k on Leo's home M11ler"1Croeamg""wa,.·cmdrou1 filrnoftr1umphandtrearheryw1th an en.emble cut that iaexcepuun •cr-theboard.lt"aagreatltory anda:reat movie-making. llfJVeit Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Publishing Companyseeksfree-lanca artiststopreparegay·themed "clipper-style·· ad layouts. We are now working on Mardi GrasandValentme·sDay events Layouts should reflect theseeventslromagay perspective (1.e .. a Valentine's layout might show gay men holding hands surrounded by hearts). Come up with your own Ideas Work can be 1n any medium Submit rough·sketch ideas or completed art work to Jerry Mulholland. 365 Canal. suite 2300. New Orleans. LA 7fl130 (504) 524·1408 Or to Henry MCCiurg. 408 A~ondale. Houston. TX 77006. {713) 529- 8490. We wdl pay per piece $25 and up Possibly way up Your work will be used 1n the CrescentC1tySt•r.the Montrose Voice. Texas Gay Pressandaspartolourphoto and art clipper service to other gaypubhcat•ons Mall Order Film DeveloPlllll from Communibl Photo Lab A DIVISION OF GOfltMUHrTY PU8USHINCi COMPANY 'lotlcanfnlsCYOUrfllmwltt! us. Wt'rc 11)1 communttv owned and OHfated. 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Kodachrome") 12oP.Sl4.59. 24eKP.Sl9.J9,l6exP.S2l.l9 4x6 Rurlnts from neotlva lstrurlMtr"o'm"e'a ctineatlw 60C.Addltlohllrtt1rlntlfrom AIM netlllw JOC Adi. Add SCPCfPrlbttorll<IStlllllr hlndlN. cm1nmums1.so1or ~.~.~~) Commun!tv Photo Lab 40l IM>n0ale. Kouston. TX 11006 (713) 529-1490. -------- lyand1witcheah111all~an.-w1th lAO 11t/~f f111riey. 1nled' ii 1M 00.1 and Tom 1Gabrwl Byr~. boclt 1tro1'11d1 ii h11 friuff'd ad~·ilor 111 ·M1Uer'1 Cro111111f" threeandahalfJJtars ~-------' Gay film star Craig Russel dies Bfft known for hia ?('rform anct> in the 1977 11'.llY film "Outragoou11;· Torontt>-bom Craig Ru111el diecl Oct. 30 of complication• rnulting rromAWS Rusfl.f'l, 4'.t, won .everal awarda for hia female im per11-0nalionandhadn!Cl.'nt· ly cumpll'ted are<:ordenti tled''GlamourMonater." &ginning hia career at a aeo;-rHary for Milt' West in 1%.'l. Ru11t1f'll became inter e.<tedinahowbu11ineeaand atertedanimpen(lnallonof Tallulah Bankhead at a Ton.mtvgay dub According to Gino Empry, RWlHll'• manager. prOC«'dti from "Glamour MunMttt"w1ll gol.QAIDSre- 1earch W. Va. official takes prevention program into gay bars CHARLESTON. W Va (AP)­Tom Dobos takes his hght agamst the spread ol AIDS to where he can more easily reach those with the greatest nsk the barstre<wentedbygayWes1 Virginians Many West V1tg1r111 gay men andle&b1ansarereluc11nt10 reveal themNl~es m public, so gay nightclubsohen are their onlygathenng places. siud Dobbs. the state Bureau ol Heallh's coordinator for health education and nsk reduction The gay barsarethecenterot the gay world.· he said Dobbs' eftorts toeducategay people about the risks ol acquired 1mmunedehc1ency syndromeollenarebluntand graphic. Toreech his audience. he has assembled a cast of lemale impersonators to Oellver a safe-sex message through songs and skits The cast travels to gay bars in WestV1rg1nia and puts on a two­hour Show that includes popular songs and a maiedancer str<pping down to his G·stnng The show ends with lour educat+onal skits and presenlations The cast also hands out condoms and urges the audience to99t in touchw1tn state and federal oll1c1lls and ask lor more lundmg lofoghtAIDS P1ay .ale" is Dobos· final rN 1gE 11 the aud• nee AIDS rights group protests treatment of prisoner TRENTON, NJ (AP) -An AIDS· infected Pennsauken. NJ . man conv1ctedol attempted murder tor b1tmgapritonguard is being un1ustly 1reated. according to a nal!ona! AIDS act1v1st group Abollt 30 member• ol the group ACT UP chanted slogans. blew whistles and drew on the sidewalk Monday. Nov 19. to ca11 at1~t1on to the case ol Gregory Dean Smith Smith. wno is in a pnson unit a11neSta!e~ycn1atricHosp1tal m Trenton. iS one ot a handtul ol mmatet na1ionw1de who have been charged w•th using their AIDS 1nfectron u a deadly weapo aga1ns1 guards or police ;Jln Wemorg of -RICK LOUIS HEBERT Rick Louis Hebert. 32. died Nov 15, 1990_ He 1s survived by his molher Zelma Hebert of Deer Park. sister Barbara Moak and husband Gary ol Pasadena; brother Erven Lendry of New lt>ena. Louisiana Funeral Mass was held Mon­day Nov 19. 1990 at St Hya­cmth Cathohc Church, Deer Park Msgr ET Ouinters. Cele­brant. Rite of committal was at the Houston National Cemeter­y. with American legion Post 521 conducting m1'1tary honors FR! JAY. N1>VEMt i.R 2: ~ M(lNTPll MCCR assembling photographic history for display ) Holaton'a Metropoltt.a.nCommuru 1;y Church o! the Resurrecuon (Mcx:R)-Uto&Memble&nddls­play a photo history oft.he church u put ol tt.s C&plt&l Ottta C&m PtJ«n,lnth1ae1forttobu1ldaW&1'9- ~. Mcx:R MlB !ta members and tHenda t.o ~ the1r own photo oollecuona for plcturee photo. They WW be lllap~ ln tlllt church'e 1'8llOW8hJ.p Hall, a.nd llOlne ~ be reproduoad I wtth perm1Balon ) In UpoClmJn( churoh publlc&Uona. MemorUle photo­fl'Ph& ll1'Y be Included In a per­manentd1spl~ olMOORh1etorya.t. thenew!OOMJ.on. :-..::::.::::::::: l-­= ple~r!n':':°M~ ••fihbor· over !ta 16-YNJ' h1Btory hood. :i:r: ~=~ 1C: lnnt1 MOOR t.nnounoad WI C.plt&l 01tt.a Qun~ on OCL. 14 The church llllekatoralseltaliHall• llijah" goel of 1750,000 to reloe&tetoa.newra. Oillt;y wtth l&rger r.o­oommooauon for !ta ftJ'8t church on Waugh Drive, tlle eeoond on JOUUlil Bt.reet., &nd MOCR'e present home a.t.1919 Decatur Donated photos W1ll beoome a put of a permanent oolleot.lon; J)llot.o9 ~on loan only" WW be re. turn8d. folla-tng the cl18play Plo­turea may be In oolor or black &nd white, from a reguJ&r or lnBtant o.mara, and we a.Blr. that donors t.ry to &ppranmat.e the ~ of each growtng oongreg&Uon r.nd~D'lin1SLrte9The memberahlp tJftrmed ua diadaion to -k more apaoe for worehip, cluarooma and meet.1ng r..c.utu.e, an lmpl"OV'ld ll:itchenand~ hall. beu.er parll:lng, and to better aooommod&t.e lt.a mualiO m1nlat.r1el and library of t.hou8anda olvol· umae. Photographa may be mallad to U:CCRat 1919Decatur( '770CY'f), droppad otl' <h.u1ng bua1nam houri Ga~ YanN"yond tM S"ndonu Cottk Company rai.,d 11.742"' t'~h. p/M• IWO p1dt-Mp tri.ck• fMU of nun-,wr .. hoblr. lut Wf'f·kend for Colt:'·~·. Sta,,. ~p Troubkfund. P1<1u~. from Wfl. /)cm Doud<'n. pr<'•id:. 1t Sul'ld znn-, Jim Farmer. ou·~ of Mory'• and Goy<' )'ancty ol Mory·• I Monday thrr ugh 1'rlda,y. >l\l brouglll. to any WC""llhlp 8t!M7108 ) -':A. Chr1stmaB Songfest" PWA Co&lltwn-Houaton has l'IW•l UClu!tafor~Chr1st.muSo~"'• ava.llable to lta members, acoord"• 1ng to B1ll Napoli. PWACH preE dent. ':A Chr1stmaa Son.gteet.:· a beJ J eftt ror the Omega Houae Building Fund, WW be held Dec. 2 In t.h4 J Grand Ballroom of the Shera.to l' AstrOdome Hotel A few tulket.8 &!'9·' ava.llable to Coalltlon meml>ers at'" =n ~~ ~r:· :!ta6:~~\:·~ ~.S&U1Napoll The berud".l.t begins r.t. 6:00 p.m.. and features mua1o by Jerry:O. AtwOOd, an hors d'OllUVl'9 ~ and.a cash bar r Regul&r t.lCk.8tB are JOO per per> eon;t.ableefortenareavailMllelot" $200 (''An4Jl).8") and '300(''Arch· e.ngel.s"J wtth p~ going to Omega House. Raeervat1on& 763- 2707 I WANT YOU! 1·900·LOVE·MEN U':?F , LTD. • 95C 8 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1990 Montrose Counseling Center to offer holidaiY workshops AUDEITE CENTER A'-4.;;;;;;;o;;;;::batc in cooperation with The PWA Coalition-Ho uston and Body Positin presents "NEXT STEP" Workshops for people who have tested HIV positive and wonder "What do I do now?" • Frtt CD4 blood tnt • Frtt RPR (sypbllls) ksl • fo'rttTB skln test Workshops are held the fint and second Tuesday of each month in Englil;h and the third TueWay of each month in Spanish 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM 4211 Gra'™ark (behind the Audette Clinic at 1200 Richmond) For more information, call 713-S28-SS31 lnreoognJU<>noftheWllqullssuell whlchoocurforthegt,y&ndlesb1an oommurucyttuMn41thlholldl,yeea­eon. the Montl'(a CouneeungQm· ter 18 otfer1nC &hol.ld9,ywortsbop Mriea The workabopa WW be held. on three oonsecuuve M~ l'W> n1nO l'rom 7 00.9:00 p.m. The tlrat. workshop wWbehe!d.onNov.26.Ita t1tJe 18 "It'e •Wonderful Llfe-&nd. It's Ours!" Th1a workahop w1ll focus on cre&tJ.ng holid&y trad.1· ttons in our f&m1l1e8 or oholoe. Aooord.ing to the presenters, Angel& P&aM.rettl,MSW.cBWand. Je&n·Loul8 Arn&M.lLSW.cBW, "Our holid&y"oelebre.uona are r1chw1th t.rad.ltlonl puaed. down through the &gea in our culture and. our !&m· llleeofortgtn_Inthlsworkahop.we wW enoourage the put.IClpe.ntS to ex.&mlnethemeeJllngoft.radlttons 1nthe1rllvmaru:1toereate&boll· day oelebr&Uon whlch WW bold. apeci&l. pereonal IDlll.n1n4 The eeoond workshop w1ll be pre. (fwiokd b)' 1M THM 1>ci:-rtme111 ot. llcalth) Mnt.ed. by P'r&nlr. Glover, llSW.CSW. .__ ___ ..:;;.;.;.....;~---'-'----'------' on Die. 3 Zn.ttued., "liand.llnS the Holld.aya Without. Cbem1ca1 A8IWit. All wortsbope w1ll be held. at the &llOl!I~ tt oovers l8su8ll of grief. le.a. Montroee Counaeltng Center unmet upect.&tiona. rtt.u&la and. which 18 iooac,ed, at 900 WV8tt, guUt which are felt by m&l\Y in our SUI.ta 203 in Houston. The OOBt 18 oommunlcy thla ume of )'Ml' The tee for Ml three workahope. 146 emphMl1aw1llbeonbowtheeehol· for two, &nd. 125 tor one. Bi-oe 18 1d.&y feel1Dt& combine with tncUv1d.· llmited. IO .-rl,y reg1Btnt1on 18 en­ual s1tuatl01l8 to pl'Oduoe oompul· OOU1'&Sed. Por more lnform&Uon 9fve beh&viol'll. p&rUcul&rl,y sub- oal.l: 829-0007 :-:::wn:= -ChW'Ch of Universal 1n81'ht ror p&rUcip&ntA Divinity and. a8s1st them in "-&- The Church of On!vere&l Divin.Icy velop1n4 new ooptns omc1&11,y 1nBt&lled. the Most. RBv. stratestee for d8al1ng George M Jach1mceyk aa lte new w1th the holid&v'B t.rehbl.&hop on Su.ru:l.l,y. Nov. 18. the The flnaJ. workshop in t1rst. Buruiayof Aaventaooord.ingto theeerteew1llbeheld.on theEaat.emC&lend&r Dec. 10. It title l8 "Btreee: Peet or Durtn4hla homily, the&rehblsh· Zest?" Thl8 workshop w1ll upiore op epoke of the purpoee of the holldaysu-,bothposlUve&nd. church to amrm d.Jvtne l<Mll and. nega.Uve. and. w1ll lntroduoe atreM empowerment for each. He alao u:­reductlon llllillB to Wiii throughout pl'IMll:1 the equ&llcy of each mem­the year. AB prwent.ed. by Colleen ber or the chW"Ch aru1. h1a w1sh for Ba.rroe. Ch.rte l'alley. Jewel oiv-. tbeJJ' lh&r1nC 1n the form&Uon ot Bua Long and. n.n Mc1-n, thla the chW"Ch here In Housr,on. workahop w1ll attempt to offer The "1'chb18hop up~ h18 BOme inalgh!B to help parUdpants tbatlJui and an lnv1tat.1Dn to ewry­oope with the d1le~ o! llUW8. one In the oommunlcy, "We wel­namely that you can't Uve with 1t oome evecyone wbo eeeU to llJtP&' and you can't IJVe without lt. r1lnoe l<Mll and. divine power l'rom .w.i.t.h ..in.. t,o,. s.h. are wtth \19 ln thla MW The Church o!Un!wreal Divin.Icy has u Its purpoee the mrpertenoe of "union of the Dtv1ne er-tor" by reocg:rW;l.ng and a.ooept.1ll4 hu­mans' ownd.Jvinenature Olleb~ tns the Byzantine LiturgLeB or S&lnte John Chcysoatom arul. Basil the Great.. It oirere 1111rv1oe to Ml Chr1Btl&na,treetromtheleg&l&n4 80C1&l rest.r1ctlons, eepec1all.y on sacre.rnente and. belief, repreeent&­tlvea uplalned. All seven sacraments. aa chan· ne1aor0od.'ag:raoe,&reopentoeve­ryone who has h&d.aO&ll.l1l41'. co r&­- oetve them. the repreaent&Uvea Uturg1lll are oeletrrated. on Bun· day l'V9ll1nS at 830 p.m., &n4 on W~at7.30p.m.AMo~ nerung un.irgy w1ll alao be otre?C at7:30p.m.eachweelr.until~ maa. tor th08I who are employed d:w'U14thereetoftheweek.Ifthe need. oonunuea for thew~ lit­urgy, lt wW become permanent to the echedule, memllere Mid. United Nations report: AIDS explosion likely in Asia BANGKOK, Thailand {AP) Though len then 1 percent o! all known AIDS caaes are 1n Asia and the Pac1l1c. the region can e)(pect a dramet1c increase over the fle)(t lew years. a new U.N report says The study. released Monday Nov 19. quoted an Asian med1ca1 1ournal as saying ·All thefactorslhethaveallowed AIDS to assume ep1dem1c propor11ons 1n Afnca-poor genital healtholwomen. malnutr111on. hepat1t1s.1nt11tmal worms. low immunity levels--ere just as endemic 1nAs1e Researcher Jay Levy lab test pinpoints chronic fatigue CHARLOTTE. N c (AP) ·San Francisco researchers convinced that chroniclat1guesyndrome 1s en1mmunesystemd1sorderhave found a laboratory test lo d1stmgu1shsullererslromthose who are ttred loro1herreasons Sunday, Nov 18. at the chrome lat19ue syndrome conference in Charlotte. renowned AIDS researcher Jay levy reported that a ma1ority of 120 patients tested at the Un1ver111y of Cehlorn1a at San Francisco had abnormal levels ol three types of white blood cells produced when the boCy lights olfavirus Nooneviruswaspresent 1n au the pehents-end reseerchef1 still don't knowwhatcauset the syndrome-but levy said those threecellsweree11her cons1s1ent1yh1ghorcons11tently low in chronic l1t1gue syndrome patients None of the 80 healthy people studied had abnormal levelsol those white blood cells Levycalledchronlcfat1gue syndrome 'thed1seaseolthe '°'" ·11 takes about decade before the public wakn up and reatizn that th1s 11 not going to go away. ~ Levysa1d Th1s 11 gomg to be the 10 y911r1 that we seethegreetesl edvancement 1n understanding this disease ~ Pat•entsin theaud•enceof more than 350 applauded when levy proposed changing the name of the illness to more accurately describe whit 11 does BETTER LAUJTIS &. yARDETIS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Res1dent1al - Landscape - Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Esltmates Best Pnces 523 .. 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Cou.eina After-houri, Mary'1 •SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 TV aportll noon-6pm, ateaU 'n 'tatera6pm,Gentry Beer bust 1-6pm, ateak night 4· 6pm,Mary'a Pool tourney 2pm, Cousina Liquorapec:ial4-7pm,Atrium "Burga & dawll'.•" 5pm, Venture­N Steak night S.9pm, Mark Alan 7pm, Bra.we River Bottom Dollar houni 9-IOpm, QT'• "lllu1ion1 '90" 9:30pm, E1J'1 eMONOAY, NOVEMBER 26 $1-25 frozen m•r•anta& all day, E,J'a Locktt 1pecial noon·midni•ht. Club Body Center Beer pitcher special 4· 7pm, Atrium Oilers va_ Billa on TV, chicken buffet, Berry Hill Dollar hours S.IOpm, QT'• eTUESOAY, NOVEMBER 27 Hamburger& noon·3pm, Mary'1 Beerpitcher1peci1114·7pm, Atrium Stt-ak night 7pm, Miaa Kitty's Room & locker 1pecial1 7pm Jam, Club Body Centt'r C&W dance lesaona. IOpm BRB Talent contest 4th week, 10:30pm E.-J'1 eWEONESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Slop shot pool llam, Mary'• Happy hour all day, all niaht, Gentry "Whitt- Jightt-nina•· 1pecia.l 4 7pm,Atrium Stt-ak niaht 6-IOpm, 4th weelr. male dance contetJt 10:30pm. 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MONTROSE voice 11 TALKING PERSONAL ADS ARRANGED BY AREA CODE CALL TODAY, MAKE A DATE TONIGHT! 1 900$2F•rstm•n - $1 Each add1L anal m111 234-3500 INSrANT PRIVATE VOICE MAIL BOXES 1 - 900'" 1 85 p,., '"" Ad11ILS only 234-MsA2LsE3 OIHECT CONTACTS WITH PHONE NUMBERS PLUS TRUE GAY CONFESSIONS ~ DAIL IN YOUR AREA CODE GET ADS FROM MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA- NOT FROM ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY! RECORD YOUR OWN PERSONAL AD TODAY AND MEET MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA TONIGHT! unexpecteden1eri1mmg Don't panic You'll be able to answer the C1llwrthyourusu1Jgr1ce1nd et1que1te. New 1cqu1m11nceit not,ceyoor po1M11nd charm Pisces Th1sweelcend hndsyoo choosmg betwe«1 lwo very 1ntereslmgsoc1alevent1 Atthll l•meinyooryear. youe11n'lgo wrong with either one Keep yoor eyes and urs open becauH bOth events oller great opportumt- tor lheluture Personals (individual) TO ANSWER A MONTROSE VOICE PERSONAL :~"!,. .,=:":,1;:. "~~,::: :m-1n --"-•5-<l.,.,t..,numt>e<ti.n•no ::;_1~ ::;."~!~:: A-le.Houlton,T:W:7700&W•·ll !O<Wlrd.,.ourlen•uno_...,•1no chaf~OR.kwll6C m1n.youc.1nc.11t1· ~3033.wnc"inaoc..eode<IS. 1..ien1otheadvert•-·1o.ctu.11\'000I _ i..-..1..o.c.--ci•tlO•!"'fOU'pl>one ::.:-.a..wt1-cenc.1111.,.ou ATTENTION PERSONAL ADVERTISERS H.-..)'OU--)'0Ut~ld1 n,.. •. , NO CHAAGE to get.,.,..,~ ldrlCOf'decl"')'Otl<lietu.IJ'f()O<;eCIUthe M°"l•OMY<>oce 11 ~90 - gM )'OUI -dE-.1fdo<,.treco<dyout Plf*'f\ll.youmeytt·"--' rlel)On-•l•ltnglOtletelr-MIBut r.:,:1nHd.,.out4-d ... 1!~10gel Ao-1ntn•tc•tegorylll'IOulOtletUIC'lly >n0•Yid\Jal10•na .... oduelNO_.,c,,i oHenngt N0t"•nolorule NO p<omotl()nf.NOl!longtog,....eway EXTREMELY HAIRY MEN WANTED ByGWMc:ouple.m"'ln<lllte30'•.tor _,,, ute.llOl3w-vs WeerebOlllp<oi..oon•I ln<ld<UQl• .. -••pecttl>e....,,.We pret•-t•leQUYt20-'SP1>o1oena phone numbt< to Of;(;UPl"ll. P 0 Ad 42"'5.Hou11on~12•2Ad~ WHITE MALE COWBOY <s-1i1l--1·.s-1-1->(e.1111r_.1.,,. .. ,..,......., .-.1 .. .., rut.. C&W.JS ___ OUfl•Or>Yg a.. .. Seeli.t01'-"'""'lor"""1..a•poeMUtM l•-·ps-pc>U<blyrnOl't"-• ce11ton1y52•,..717 ORIENTALS, VIETNAMESE OR CHINESE GWMS0-1.111ook•nol<>f1goodln•ld OllC•lltoon-<t<I Mo.cll21·5'19be!O<e 11pm.pleeM 20'S, CUTE ANO WELL BUILT rm2l,1poet.HIVn60fh••·•"''""'t oll--t•oc~·n-<Ol!eo' lh~ltll6...,IUll"Y lnd .. C•!emen1olthe-Edogl."1..,.petld by!r.O•l>On1lmon<>g1mYancl•p011~.-.. =~=~=ttnceSentl HIV POSITIVE'$ LOOKING FOR SOMEONE SPECIAL? Veryt>e11tnyGWM 20·t-•bo-...-..r'119 look1.w<><1<1outWoutdlltol•k1to_, Oll'Mlr good·lool"ng GWM O< GHM w,tn tU>tileiot>.wt10tooneny11.t>1t1.run-io.ong pertonal•1ylofre11t'°""'•pfmt,,Mlol gemeeendr-yl0tpetod-1<1yt""' w'1"-•nt-tld•nt.1mes.r.:t ~=tp1>010Ad2SOOll.<:10Montroee LOOKING FOR THE NEEDLE IN THE HAYSTACK An_aiet.-.. GWM. 36. deg•- pro'-11 15'1 HS._,,,.,..,,_,,..,. •••c.tetegullrly . .,...,,l>O __ l,...111 .,.,,.,-1,ty5"01ngG8M.30--IO. -~n--anc:econKiow ......:..t•ne-outtol,,.,_tNOI 1<><>1<·no1o<1nAdOnitl\*guynu1<100< 11you·re•n•lleyttacklnd,...,,11obe =~:c.1'61pondl0Ad25010.Ci0 WHERE HAVE ALL THE SHORTER GUYS GONE l'm•-tlducetlllbu1"'<)fllttll.UI •-tge (S '"). 31 yeer old GWM W•lll I ..,,det1ngeoftoa1l•ndt.1•1.1•l1n1-1a S-•no•••"''"'""''"du•l"•'"­compenoon. 1napert11P1•m•t• T1tldol l_>.lr.t,1,1,1 ..1 .n,,a.g_1.m,,1 p1ay.n L1ftm..t1na Reply to "'d ~ ALL AMERICAN, PREPPY, PROFESSIONAL, ATTRACTIVE, GWM SEEKS SAME t0<sptC>1l~1naconhd1ntHe••'tll )'OUl'_.,,cl.lypt(ll-.onll.hkldbyll<I w--work .... 11011<><>t>utylortpee11I fn111d. completely mqcuhne. tnl<>Y C_f'l_l10r_.,._.na 1,,n_o4n$1_1t1.\M~l1l1l 'ly =1~propor!-l<>l'Mlog"llle9pond OUTDOORSMAN LOOKING FOR ROMANCE l'm1Wlol llUKll ... peo-toningood .... 1111 1H•Yneot1,, .. 1w,1ntnoutgoono pertonll>!y l'm•non-emoi..t.enfOY weogllf-h~'"ll.Wllk.ng.IPO<tf.lllOUIOOO< o.ct..,h•1-11•lyger<1en•noll•m PAST(!) TIME 'll>. COCKTAIL LOUNGE" 617Folrwew 52il~669 Relax In A Quiet and Friendly Arm~Jf~re Kcoki Kono at the OrJ:an 6-Bpm Thursday.~·OortTourncy : Saturdoy, 8pm 9-8a/1Tourncy CASHl'ililU OPEN NOON TO 2J.M 12 MONTROSE VOICE / FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1990 VOUR VALUES DETERMINE VOUR RELATIONSHIPS Tc ,.au !ft-.:. · ~. ''"''".!•· ,,..ry - ..gat>Clll>'-<.·'• .. f' ...,.,, .. ••-t,.~@nt,,.,.-0- !1 ''il'""'" .... "'"'"•'un0.••1-•"0- boflOw'9•--llWnpl>~lp!Maut• wou•,.c~·•1v""-""'"*' -­,., .. ~';"'n. '"''9y ... ,.,,: .. , .. TO ANSWER A MONTROSE \IOICE PERSONAL :~h!,' i;:! ~:', ~.. . n~~.:o~·,:- tdv9<1•- '- • f>-<log•t 1<1 nuMb9t n1"'"9 ~~~;;_ 1~ ::,:'.:~!:'~I A"'1'<11l1.H<>"1010n.TX1700IW1·11 !OfWll!lyour1111 .. u~1tne ctwo•o•OR.!o•~ mon.youc1nco111. !l(».l~-J033.P<oncn•n1cc ... ooo.~ 11.,..1ott>e1<1Y1<1-1octu.i.ooco . .,,,, "'" .. """"'""'-0•1,.••nrourpl'lone ;;i::oc"i lhl .,.,..,,_can ~I you ATTENTION PERSONAL ADVERTISERS ;..~Y°""""-',..,l'C·"-nltl<I' I ,., NO CHARGE lo (Ill Y°"' pe<oo ~ l<lf9Co<-·nyou11<;1u11vooe1Cant"­Mo•'!< o" VO•Cl 11 ~11(1- (Ill I""'' ~'"""° E- of mn -.i \'OUI _ .. you,...ya1,nrw. .. -• _ .. 9lbn(llOOl• .. -8ul ~l-you1l-491_ ..... <llO(lll ''--'flY ,.~Ill,,,, .. _.,..-. •t-G'f\l,_lllo<t•-- ~ 'f\1~1,.olO-J0111< •• .. '"9 ' ' Rl •ly \0 ,.,, 2~ ~1: GWM, 51 , SEEKS FRIENOSHIP AND ROMANCE two•• l>lul9)'•.Dt ~ •• , , ..... ,.,, -ll~~ylOCI. •1fOl<JgYl"°"""'"'Oi<>gy .... <lfugfr .. l....,IA')n-1noktfPl­=~ 1~;7:11""Mlll>< 1lyc •Ml! Aop1y10 GWM, 51, TALL GOOD LOOKING, STABLE PROFESSIONAL Old<ly 1YP9•'1hU•111-r<l.Cllr~ t""">g,.. ... ,...,., ... , ... 1 .... 11.-\0 ''"" ,,_,,.Hlo(ln111,..w1ni.to,.,.. , .... n11t1'09"1.Mn1uou1....,. .. - 'lllo<l"ln.-,,.,l<l..,,tu•lromonc1ana -·1>11 •--ll'tlJI "-...... - .... -•-1you ... i!RtoPlyte>Ad250:1:1 ;wu.io.bf.:...." . ....,.."<nCll.4""'M.t1"" -•.GM~o••ferlt>ly•ltil>O<ly ona-or1.ao1r-- ll<""•y0«.l<>'Cllh"l;I ='::"..:"~- . S-pl ,_ SINGLE - WITH LAUNORY7? "~"Y"°""'"'-'""""'" ).'. OU .. -""U. . IOO ,.,..,.,~ .... .,,_ llOnl,.,_,, ;.ng1co,.....-•.,, tltC0"""0""'11•P'•lltnollYnd'Qll\llr ~;:c;;•::,.u 1 ~0::.~;:.:;~tt>t '*'''''"'lfguy1LlllP<lpho<c --t1<1A~1y10Ad2'o2. ATTENTION PERSONAL .,DVERTISERS -"f<'·l9C'"'*"YC'Ol<*"•'..i1 .,..,...tNO CHARGE \O -yc· .. r _,., •tKO•<>..i•nyOU•l<l...,..._C.ntno 'iom,.,,..vo,ce .. ~1111-vocyou• -WOl'GE ..... 1-·1"""1'<1you< .-. ... .,..,.. .... ystllt/\1 .. -• ,_._ ... r.no10"''"'""'..ie..1 t:'"""Y<~··- 91-<tdlOllfl SEEKING: SINCERE, FUNNY, 1'90NEST, AFFECTIONATE, HIV ~EGATIVE SUBMISSIVE ..... WMtop "" ~·-.no··.,..,klf .. lt1<1>Yl""Y·5·11'.H01bl.lltl(l<.3l' ..... $1.t'NllCUl.HIVn•h ... -,I, ... ._111.\tMllCl.Oft>flldDO<lyP<"" ll<Y,.pro!'"'°"''ne>n-tMokerw,th t:~oe~":,~:.! •• L~u'::'~I llt.otOIPP.-1C••t..iAou1 ...... goc11 ...... ~ly!oAd2~l32.CIOMontrottVooco lilANDSOME, HEAL THY 6 lllUSCULAR qwM two""'''" l><'•1•-k•o!her1 ~wont1!n•·><llh•Olndo<IOl>u•ld ~totpnot•O,. rt•1t,un1h'fl S."° pn' ~:'""1\0"'3~1 M<itroll (;;WM SEEKS SAME ""ICt>O•. 11 ~·~· •'II" 'II GWM 5ll i15im.-•MMl21~'!or .. cill"ll f"- ,..__P"' · •W•lhl<ll>lelrom """'"'t """"'"II ~C- 4 .. •ool<•"ll lo­f'.-. p .. mW>O •,.•II"' doK ... I"' font1c1>ngyouA•!-....,.-w,'!I l'l•~o-R~fytoAd2(&1.3 .,.,,,,Ve fRENCH TREAT ~M11~.c~;, n:~,o~:=~=·~~ "ledF<"' t10 ..... 1m1••d'lhlle ••U•....O•nl<l•ln<:l<lltchnOQu•otf'OOI ""'""""'lllnd1iow-tm(llOM1<•m''" n1tur1IJu«:•No1tuth"11 ... e-ll<•"l;IO• <>1/\lrci'>eapg•BllyG•-ci.-Or­"'"'""""'' lhyo<J<f"'O"!ertc•PI& ""'Yoo-can .. h•ouo11Mlytn11ckr111 =·AeplytoA<l~(IOMo•WOM AOAM: W1"'"1'· Boot>n. _,,,, 1( &'90" ,_.._.,mu.mSlcu"!Y y.,..,-.,,,1u111110 .. hll-O<>MY"''"°°'"""nceP­~~ 11Q;/t';1&L-dA•l.Clm"rdOI 8o·W~.28•tt<tc't ......... ,..-- .. B &Dwoo1<1•,k11<..-B•f GF.11-36 dWl•clldhe•nt._. .,,. .l..l.l D0e1tc- U.!. 0<l_~- _ ~~. ~:a:. Reply "" GWM COUPLE IN THEIR 40S GWM ·''" .V. >llbll. llt•ld ... ol .... ~.,«1,···•ntonot01tobar_,•, ..,Otllnc1-No..,._.-"ilOO "'°"'ld''""lo-""'"'"flll ....... =:..~ d~~. .~ ::.:@~. . A..,..,.t Adl!i 3 uon1, .... v,,.,. MOUNTAIN BIKING GWM.« ••ntoto,.,..,Ol-Gi.4• rnuunll•nO•k,ng1non-..,.,tOu<tcJl!o -"'""'"",...kana"Cllairodlmootoy HoCh•M•no O!!·rol<IOllly.not<iy••~ ;:;: ;s-.i;; ~ :::o:,=:'~~ed Re ly SENSUAL YET SENSITIVE LATIN MEN WANTED ~:'1 'c'::::~-.::::.•: .. ~•.:,; "!o t>I (l<>Odlook•ng.muc<.:M1ndrom. Am II" C11un. GWM. :!A Y" <>10 bloc~ h•'f~--IC .... ~­.... aon1yr"POftOW<1'l"""'*lltt"'W:"'.. ;;};1:;v~9!'y10M2"~. Cl? ADVENTURESOME Bl WHITE MALE W•.,_ ..__J9o•·.- llyl>I - .... y,·nlorlun_.,.,,.,.,..,. ""'~.P.-of-·onti<lofG,_ -• (llf'l'OUl,.._r..,..,. .. pll<- ·•'>Cl pl\<'1<>"'3~.CIO""<n< V< THINKING OF BECOMING A GAV MOTHER OR FATHER? =-~::;'~~.~~=-~:" •"Y ..,,.oOICrl>OU'O'''t'""w"hlllY"'' ... ,<llr"'l!Ptr ... lr>oO<IW°"ldll•· 'h \Otllft""Pl>O"ll'°"P"''"Olherg1y ....... con•-•no111ern1t''""'"'-°' 119< ... !hOO<I Wtk""'°*ll•PM•k•ll'ffl pto,...19 L•UC111n°"'°"" .,..,._ P11111reply!0Ad250!! REGULAR GUV IN 40'S SEEKS SAME GWM.12.1><ol ... >0not.ttt111c1,.e '·"" l>londl\ooran<lfnOUlllCht.Cllrkbl .. ••rt• '"ll"'••ouy.e·.15210. t""'·""'""'Y -•••m•ltr•,ng••lllY""''""' .. '"''o mldlO"t E~IOY"'11"'-<>u1on Poc•f,c s"-·"''-h"llPt•t.11.•"°'*"nn !:.t~'"""~-·ngollho'IAl<lfYl<l GBF SEEKING FRIENDSHIP WITH OTHER GF C-.0"" Al>I· <IOIC,..• :.l<e!r .. ·~fun.io.,ng.>f.e•'1"' ~ -::. ";':;,~~:!11 H~r!"~,., t•..iol<1<m119toMo-••­; omong11e- ••ooclol""'fr"" W•,11to"'"and',,- 11'11<>111 Aeopo'l<IM2" • ,..,- ATTRACTIVE TRANSVESTITE W·-to-lernl••..., .. ,,Jpill'm :~1 .. ::!11:%::'.!". ~• rr:;-,,~·:~: IC. 1><fl.,1lu~""'•h<>WSlndpl··otoo.- ~;:a."::::',~vc Roplp'lc -,. GWM so·s, PROFESSIONAL, STABLE LMOl(l<>Od''''· >k,"lllo ""*''lo 11~ Dollar Hours Q 9Pm-10Pm Monda11-Wednesda11 608 Westhe1mer 529-8813 &Sunda11 Well, Beer & Schnapps in your a rea • Sepllr8te connections in vour area code • BUiletin Board1 • Dateline I Introductions • $2.00 Per minute- 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• Naturally !Home of Sundance Cattle Company! Special Thanks to The Community, Gaye Yancey & Sundance Cattle Company for Supporting Our Efforts to The Stone Soup Thanksgiving Benefit •••• Gaye's Games: 7 -~ . Wed. llam Pool Tourney-, /., - Fri. llam Dart Tourney •••• Cuervo Tuesdays Special Jack Daniels Saturday Special •••• JfJ_.f Tuesday & Thursday: Lunch on the Patio Noon-3pm ~S ~ HAPP'I' HOURS Mommg: 7am-No_ Si ?We & Doneu1c. Bi.er AFTER ~~OURS 2am to closing Friday & Saturday (coffee. 1u1ces. sodas & Artesia) Plus· -Live D.J During After Hours :!;;~oon. It.... SI Schnapps Sl.75 Well SI.SO Domtst1c. Beer. ~ Always 2517 Ralph Street atWesthehner 5Z7907l Open ?am Ha y Hour 7am-9pm Miss Dee presents Saturday Morning Mug Club 9am-Noon Well Drinks Sat. & Sun. 4-7pm: $1.25 Sat. 4-lOpm: Mug Club Mondays 7am-llpm: Frozen Margaritas $1.25 Weekdays: $1.25 Vodka 7am-6pm, Mug Club Special 4-10pm Buck Burgers Every Thursday Fridays: Male Review llpm MC: Cassandra Landa Tuesday Talent Contest 10:30pm Singers. Dancers Actors. Instrumentalists, Comedians, Anything You Want $75 in Cash Prizes MC: Rikki O'Shea Wednesday Steak Night 6pm then New Male Dance Contest 10:30pm MC THE FRIDAY. 1'110VEM8ER ~J. 1990 1 MONTROSE VOICE 13 Thursday & Sunday Illusions '90 featuring Rikki O'Shea, Burgundy Woods, Lee Chardon, Paivi & Special Guest: Dolly Showtime 9:30pm-Really! Reservations Advised ...... "220 Av!e ~26-4! .. ~ Open lam Noon on Sunday ·~ Well Vodka with Mounty 7am-2pm $1.25 Liquor Bust Saturday and Sunday 4pm to 7pm $5 25¢ Each Drink Well Liquor Only $2 Pitcher of Beer Monday and Tuesday 4pm to 7pm Wednesday White Lightning Night $1 .50 Tequila, Vodka, Rum & Gin Well Only 4pm-7pm Thursday Bud and Lite Longnecks $1.50 4-lpm 14 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 199() TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .~. -·~ ;.-~~ :U:- .~ :..- .. ~ ...... ..,.~""eo2."~~.:~,, '" Mc \/• LEATHER DADDY WANTED 1GWM 611 t<l\I .,,,.1 ... - Gym ,,. 1..i ., • ...,,,.,...,eo..,.,,.., .. ,,. •lblw!r ... morn>!lln"-'"'·'"'"° .., >yth • Jll'OP'0'-0~.,,-· c-on·m~11-no"too"n•InOr•H"P0"<1 P••'-b!g ........... .,.-...."'' ... """"h•p - .'"lo;!•nO,.ro,.•n1 lOt•plOrt ~'1• ,~;:,~~~= A91>lytOAd GWF SEEKING SAME C" l>u!cny(;t, ''"'""'°" ...,P Q,, ••.• cntwc (2,:J8ilo.-d•""lll 91 .... •11> ,, "9 ..". ':' "'i;og ~>lyt<>8c• -8.CI COUPLE SEEKS Bl FEMALE FOR HOT AFTERNOON SESSIONS ~ bl'"'- ' " ..i~'9 I -rom - pl "'""''*'U.!•9"• :: p1 110 &p1 toA< "'82 o GWM SEEKS SAME ... -· :P•tfcn1 . - -''"11';\lwJoJ.l<llllow,,... \l~IJl<lAdZ! ___ O s..n. ... 1 "lrtci.ve.olo:.GWJoJ.•" 10,,,_an•nro<:t• .. Olk•"'t<•a..-n treno. •· '"'l•••tfll"'•.,.,... ... "'"" 10 .a~' ~ , .. 11."9 LOOKING FOR INTELLECTUAL ANO PHYSICAL STIMULATION? I•" •GWJoJ..PfOI- ., 17 $-~ 1~ well·Oo It huo;. Iii\/· .,, .... It' :i. mu.,c_,.o•k•·"iJOOJ1.t<-.e• '"'"ll'"'""'lo-ot'*Dt•ght maa.~,..-~,.,tn.JO.'ll!ot~ hr •ncl _. ,.,.,,_,.,I> W"'• ,., ~' no:: A02!'.0M. ATTENTION MR. M ORB H o·C>l'h '"1-"• ·t ,.....,..,?Weh • po'·"'"'''',,,.,.,,_,. IC•··a"" - ,, .. ,1 ..... _yo kr ,,. ,.n IA!"-<: ~---l>al't dolt ~·"' ;I 19y.-T J--A"" GAMERS NEEDED ,,, '°"-'• • .. "'IPGgo-_M_*J ~,.""',.'""-os, ...... \l•·•-ry•fgtri<•lftCl.-.OX-­No• o;x•·-,MC-Rtpl'JIOAO :.o85,CIOM<>n1rmt\IQOC9 Prof--1 ~WJoJ.. 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New York Newsday reported ·we apphed for inlorma11on about becommg members in Julyandarest•ll waiting fora response ... sa1dOfhcerJames Leddy, deputy director of the gay ollicer15· group. whose memberl5 include more than 300 gay and lesb1anoll1cMS ·we undefstand that some ol the other groups have e11.pres15ed an mterestmnothavmgusu member$ The group wants adm1ss1on to lhe Comm!ltee of Police Societies (COPS), which incorporated 1n 1985 11 replaced anotherfratemalsoc1ety coaht1on that was disbanded alteracontroversym1983when 1t refused to admit thagay The Black Line Wher e a.11 men B.I'e welcome. 1-900-468-2522 FRIDAY. NOVEMSER 23. 1990 MONTROSE VOICE 15 ollica,.· group Newlday aa1dthel1vegroups threatening to w•thdraw because they1upport thegayolliCMI 1a1e11appllcat1onare the\11k1ng Auoc1at1on. tor Scandinavian olhcer1theGuard1ans Assoc1at1on. lor black oflicMs. Hispanic society. Po11cewoman·s Enclowment Association and the Shomr1m Society, tor Jewish olticers The other groups are opposed or undecided because they ob1ec11olesb1an1andgaymen part1c1pat1ngmth11r organ1zat1on1. Newsday111d. quoting en unnamed high· ranking policeoll1c1al Art Stroer, a lawyer tor lhe umbrella group. said the gay oflicers'raquestlormembersh1p 11undercon11derat1on, and a letter to the group will be dratted m tl'le ne11.1 lew weeks Controver­sial councilman wins residency ruling SAN FRANCISCO (AP)· eppeels cour1 hes reversed an earherrulmgthatalongt.me clergymen was note legal resident ol Concord wheri he was elected to the City Council lutyear The 1111e·s 1st 01str1ct Cour1 of Appeal on Monday. Nov. 19. reversed a Superior Court Judge's ruhngaga1ns1 Lloyd Mashore. the Concord city counc11man who led the successful campaign to repeal a local banond•scnm1nat1on against AIDS patients The earlier ruling. prompted by compla1nts lrom two Concord residents, found that Mashore was not a legal resident of Concord when he ran for City Council last year The Nov 193-0dec1s1on did not resolve the case but instead returned 1t to Superior Court for another review of the ev1derice But the court suggested there was strong evidence that Mashore had mtended to make Concord his home belore the e1eet1on. the key issue 1n establishing residence They ere g1v1ng some rathef strong hints about the way they think the case ought 10 come out ... said Bryce Anderson. a lawyM for Mashore He said the ruhng should lead to a Imai decision in Mashore·s levor. since "courts are supposed 10 1eave elec11ons elone" without clear evidence of wrongdoing A lewyer for two local residents who challenged Mashore·s election d1d not return a telephone cell Monday, Nov 19 16 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. 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Initial study results back his theory, and if he's right the research could be a b reakthrough, he told a medical seminar Monday, Nov. 19. at the University of South f'Jorida He said doctors likely could attack the microbe with antibiotics already in existence, drugs less toxic than the AIDS drug AZT. Congnuman"• affected artery show the restoration ofblood flo'lll' .. a re.ult of the anfiopluty procedure," Dr Will iam Gro11man, Beth hrael'1 cardiolofilt·in<hief. N id 1n a 1tatement. .. We are very pleued with the reault1:' On Monday, Nov_ 19, !'rank .aid heexpectatojoinh i1colleag\le.1n Wa11hi nlilton when CongreM reconvene. in January. Dou(l"la1 Cahn, a 1poke1pet80n for Frank, aaid Congret111 i1 1eheduled to convene Jan. 3 for 1wearin1pn ceremoniee and thrn reoonvene Jan. 23 Montagnier haa been studying myooplasma for two years and has been prHenling results from that reuarch since June. 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