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Title Bar Talk San Antonio, No. 1, July 1988
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  • Evans, Gene
Publisher South Texas Community News
Date July 1988
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • San Antonio, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 54477868
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript 11iANK '-fOrJ M~l'rSNEl(OS NW e_.ouH(.\i- fllE~ & 1t>tt ~piM Ott~ j_SJ: A ".:*-ettr ~ ·,.1'+:s . . Ln-N!.i;T !iM lvtlolio 6.+Y £'At,._, The Light At The End Of The Tunel ! BY SISTER EVEREADY Last issue, we commented that the Lord giveth and here comes some rattle ass preacher to ·take it away! This issue we are happy to say the rattle assed preacher hath been taken away! I would like to be able to say that the good lord has moved in ··another·· mysterious way, but fortunately that is not t.he case. There is nothing mysterious about the s udden dissappearance of one Mr. Weaver. First our Police Department, City Council and San Antonio Citizens as a whole, had the good sense to ignore this man and give him no response whμtsoever to his hatemongering, self- elevating rantings . Pressure from the Gay community directed to the FCC and other agencies controlling the broadcasting system didn't hurt anything either. The finished results prove one point ... The general citizenry of San Antonio is not as gullible as fools such as Mr . Weaver might want to think! "MISS GAY SOlTTH TEXAS" 1988 Bar :Calk. S.A. S.T.C.N. Page 2 .•.............•..............•................. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• A View from the Balcony by Bill Burns •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Well, the long hot days of summer are here and the summer film releases have proved to be evben hotter at the box office . Arnold Schwarzeneggar and Jim Belushi star in the action packed police film entitled 00Red Heat··. Then you have the extremely funny film "Big Business". Starring Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin from Touchstone Pictures. It is one of the best comedys that we have seen in a long time and well worth the price of admission . Touchstone has a second comedy hit that is a surprise sleeper of the summer releases and making big bucks at the box office. It is ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit .. , starring Bob Hoskins and his animated co- star Roger Rabbit, in an extremely funny comedy spoof of the old detective films that were so popular in the 30's and 40's. There is another very good comedy and the sequel to the very funny .. Crocodile Dundee ... CROCODILE DUNDEE IT is another comedy hit at the box office . Then at the other end of the box office charts, you have another sequel to a sequel, etc . 00FRIDAY THE 13TH, PART VII 00 • .. CROCODILE DUNDEE, II.. PG, Comedy, Paramount Pictures, 110 Mins. Starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozloski. Directed by John Cornell. An Aussie adventurer, Mike Dundee tangles with international drug dealers in a more action oriented sequel to the surprise box office hit of 1986. Whi.le the film is less engaging than the . first, Paul Hogan's appeal remains intact and big bucks are to be made at the box off ice and there is very good chance that we will see a part III next year . In fact we should all have the problems like those faced by the producers, of such hit films as ··neverly Hills Cop .. and 00Crocodile Dundee·· and their sequels or how to make a second and possibly third box office block bus t e r . Our favorite h ero from ""Down Under .. is still in New York and still scaring the shit out of the street punks with that big knife of his and his ··out back.. way of dealing with various problems that. confront him. I wi 11 ·-.-.... _. ..... _ ............................. ii admit that the New York first part of the film i and the drug czar and his bad guy mobsters are i the slow part of the film, but once we return to i. Australia and Mick Dundee's beloved 000utback·· : the action and the comedy, more than save the : film. MP.tnber SA TG 2015 san pedro 733-3365 BEAR NECESSITIES WELCOMING NEW MEMBERS Tlw foundation's BF..AR Nl!:CESSITIES ART'S AND CRAFTS GLUD had a Hawaiian Luau in May . The memborship thanks those that attended that made this event such a success .The art's and crafts club raises money for it's purposes through a variety of a c t.lvitim; and contributes a portion of their donation• s to tl1e fouudation . Bl!:AH NECESSITIES is now on a membership drive; an invitation is extended to all PWAs, their families, friHnds and foundation volunteers lo Join the club . They meet each Wedensday at 7:00 P.H. at the foundation, located at 3530 Broadway. Bring your arts and ~rafts with you or come out and learn a new one. --,----------·---······· ..... ... .. ~tnp -~ar' s Roab g,bo\.u .. (Men Of T sxas) NOW INTERVIEWING MALE DANCERS WILL TRAI" DEPENDABLE PEOPLE FOR AUDITIONS CALL 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 3 P.M. TO 6 P.M. 692-7038 225-8807 1 Well, once again, I've been caught with my pants down. It. seems that I can't get away from the training sessions, etc. long enough to get out to catch all of you doing what you are doing (even though I know you're doing them !) I was able to pick-up on a few tidbits, and they were good ones. First of all I would like to mention a couple of things going on around town. First of all, Doug Richardson .. Misi; Kitty··, (Owner of The Crew), was hospitalized this past week. I understand that he is there for tests, and that is all we know at this point. I want to extend best wishes for a speedy recovery, and hope that all goes well for him and U1at he is back in circulation real soon! :;econrlly, 111 ~m Pat. Ht. Of" !'I i~ l1avi ng her .. Birthday Bash.. on Tuesday, July 26th, at 8:00 P. M. Anyonn that has ever at tund1!<l one of her partien, can tell you that they ar1~ parties you don't wan1. to mi sn ! This is a personal, to IUc:hard. The night of the A.I.D.S. benefit at the ci-ew, you were t.here and wu had :o;ome conversation, while I was takin.tt pictures of the show. You were sitting ahout, mid··bar, wearing a white rlress shirt. You had mentioned having to take a bus home, to llollywood llills <I:f I'm not mis1.aken), and ende.d up having to leave while I was taking the last set 01· J>i c1.ures. You a:o;kecl thA guy sitting next to you to tell me goodbye for you. The only problAm, is that we :forgot to exchange numbers like we planned. So, if you read this, please call me at 22&-·8807 (Jerry). If I'm no·t in, please leave a message for me with a number. l''irst o:f all, I want to know about Phi lip's (Silver Dollar) Kitty Kat???? Also, about those check books? Congratulations to Terry & Nadia, on there recent marriage. The best of luck to both of you! What Bar Manager was almost beaten to death, because uhe was fondling another lover's tits? Just ask Uaphael! Don (EllC) We understand that that man with the tatoos has just bought. you a pair of' studded leather opera gloves. Uoger (The Crew) Dirl you ever get an answer to your QUes ti on : .. Who's 1.ha t G ir 1? .. Miss Barhie-Coa Supreme: last seen cruising Avenue D. ?,.!'???? ftumor has it. that Bobby wants to give up his crown to Miss· Reyes, because she is the queen of the f>ilver Dollar! Philip (fi.D.) Do you have a roommate, lover or what? I want to know why you are sleeping on the couch??? Well gang, that about does it for this issue. I will try to give you a little more to talk about in the next issue. Ontil then, be good, stay safe and keep your butts covered!! Bar Telk SA. S.T.CN. f~ge l ··uanielle Ross .. As .. Diana .. .. Uambi .. as ··Aretha" M.C. ··ce-Ce Houston·· TllE Cil.'W HOLDfi A. I . D. fi. BENEFIT We recently had the pleasure of attending an A. I . D. f,. Ilenef it slww, held at The Crew and were entertained by .. Bambi··, as Aretha Franklin and "Danielle Hoss·· as Diana. The entertainment was great, and the crowd was very supportive. Ce Ce Houston, was Emcee for the event and several of the community's businessmen and women, were in attendance. Unfortunately, .. Miss Ki tty·· (Owner Doug Uichardson), was hospitalized and therefore unable to attend. Our best goes out to Doug, f'or a speedy recovery, and we hope to see hia 1 . back in circulation real soon. B.ar_.l~_:.S.A. S.T"-C.N. Pa2e 4. {Bar Owner's Orng Shaw} Tuesday, July 19th, 9:00 P.t~1 . .)' ?aoer moon - .... - - - - - TiGltsts - (A \?ailabls at all "f avsrn Guild Bars ac Bussinsssss) $5.00 AdvanGs $6.00 At Ths Door $25.00 Rsssrvsd £sating 19" Color T.V. & Other Door Prizes All Proceeds To Benefit San Antonio Tavern Guild A.l.D.S. Foundation Bar Ta~ S.A. S".T.<;.N. Pagt! ·s- -----------~ -._..--..-._._- ....-. ~- --- ---------.. -,-....-.-....-_-,..-...-..._ ~---- -.---r- ~--- - .... ·- ------· ... - - -- - - -- - -~-· -N -• -. .... - ... - - - - .. -- - ---- - - ---..------...-.--..-..- -. ........ .- To whom it may concern: I am Carin Victoria Gleason. I am a woman. Although I have always been female, I was born a man. This has caused me many personal problems through the years; trying to live up top other's expectations of my life and my own efforts of trying to live my image of a male life have caused me many hardships. Mostly though I have been unhappy . And now as I have reached the point in my life where I need t o be happy with myself, happiness that I have found in my womanhood, why must I suffer s o much unhappiness from the people around me. If I choose to dress the way I feel inside, If I choose to live the way I feel inside, If I finally have the courage to live as what I really am, why can I not recieve support and congratulations from my friends and family, or at least why can't they Just leave me alone. Instead, I must suffer through threats, scorn, and harrassment because I am differnt from society's expectations. Saddest of all, is that I am not really di:f:ferenm"t, from society's norms . What I am inside is the same, whether male or female, in :fact, that that is good about me, is neither gender. Love, concern, friendship, honesty, generosity, in·legri ty, faith , intelligence, wisdom, ambition, helpfullness, cooperation, desire to do the best that I can do, all that I value in myself, are the same values that society values in itself. Even anger, when controlled, can be of value . All of these virtues are of the same value, in the male as in the female. Maybe society's norms dictate that one gender should have more of one value than another, but what people would persecute a man because he loves his children, more than the woman who bore them ? What people would scorn as woman who is· more wiser or honest than a man? All that I seek to do now, is to bring what is inside of me out. By doing so, am I not becoming more hones·t? Am I not becoming more self-confident? Are these not virtues? Am I not improving'? By bringing what is inside of me out, I change only two things: Appearance and relationships . People change their appearance and relationships everyday. People change clothes to feel better about themselves. People change friends to feel better about themselves. People make whatever changes they need to in order to pursue happiness as they see it. (didn't America begin as a persuit of happiness?) If my persuit of happiness leads me to female appearance and to feminine relationships, isn't that still my persuit of happiness? To you that have found hang- ups and troubles because of my life, I am sorry. I'm sorry if I failed to respond to your problems, or if I failed to see your problems at all. I'm busy exploring my own new life. I am like an adolescent discovering him or herself. I am Just a kid, (not an easy thing to say at my age) . I never meant to make anyone unhappy, I only meant to make me happy. If you hate me because I differ from your beliefs, I suggest that you read ""Mein Komp·· and study the workings of Adolph Hitler's master plan, so that you may use your hatred to it's fullest extent against me . If you feel that this suggestion is inappropriate, then it is most likely that your hatred is righteous and proper, based on the teachings of the bible. To you, I suggest that you keep your head buried in the Old Testament and above all do not read Matthew 22:39 because you won't want to know that Jesus superseded your hatred long ago. If you have written me off as crazy and sick, then please remind me of my affliction every time you see me, because I want to be constantly reminded that the life I was living was as small, closed, and ignorant as your's is now. If you have read my letter and are unable to accept or understand me, then please .do one 111<>re thing for me: In your next .prayer when you are asking God to give you faith so that you may make it safely into heaven, ask him to re111<>ve from me the corruptions that you feel I have. However, if you have read ay letter and think that you might like me or at least want me to live in peace and happiness, then please do one more thing for me: In your next prayer, ask our Father to introduce us, once we arrive in heaven. With all my heart, Carin Victoria Gleason EDITOR'S NOTE: More remember mistletoe power to ya! If all else fails, Just Gracie's standard, that's the piece of hanging from the belt, in the back! _.. .... -------------------··---------·~ ..................... ~ ..................................................................................... . BENEFIT JULY 18 S_ASSY "Miss Gay San Antonio, Usa 1988" [ Ctf~f!f!EZ J BIVtHIFF z 134 W. Tta"bo FOR INFO CALL 342-0336 MUST BE I 7 TO ENTER 21 TO CONSUME ALCOHOL ''Frankly, My Dear ... " l7y Frank Benge ""LIFE IMITATES T. V ... Have you ever bad one of those days when your mind feels like somebody sprayed PAM on it? The sudden realization that you aren't going to be particulary retentive of anything, but the slogans on people's T- Shirts? Well, during my last period of PHS <Pam Mentality Syndrome), I was amusing my remaining grey matter with the T-Shirt slogan ..... Hy [.ife Is A Soap Opera.. when I suddenly had one of those moments when my mind slips gears and shifts into overdrive ... and when you're contemplating a T-Shirt slogan the results of the mental activity can be rather frightening. I really don't know any Gay person who can honestly wear a T- Shirt that say's .. Hy Life Is A Soap Opera ... That slogan seems to apply to the straight world . (I base this on the fact that I've lost no friends to Uli'O' s and have yet to wake up to discover that my whole last year was Just a dream ... as much as I would have liked to) . After careful consideration it seems that the Gay version of that T-Sbirt would have to read ··Hy Life Is A Sitcom .. (and not the Cosby show, as that's sci - fi.) For most of us, the shirt could even be more specific and say .. Hy Life Is The Mary Tyler Moore Show ... To test whether this app]ys to you or not, here i s a guide to spotting various characters in your surroundings. Ted Baxt.er; The next time you're at work , take a moment and carefully observe your co-workers. If you don't go into shock from whal you see, you'll realize that you work with at least one Ted Baxter. Don't be surprised if you spot a Georgette before you spo1. a Ted, especially if your co- workers are Gay, too . Sue Ann Nivens; This one is harder to spot (Unless you work in a bar, where Sue Anns can be found in abundance.) Take some time with this one. You may also want to look for this one while drinking. It's not uncommon to discover that your Sue Ann is your best friend and , if you're drinking have something handy to throw when the realization hits you. Mary, Rhoda & Phyllis· This one gets a little complicated and, therefore, takes some explanation. At one time or another in your life, you will find that you qualify as all of these characters. (this can also be called the .. Sybil Theory ... ) Here's how to tell when you are who . Mary : Life was always perfect for Mary, especially in the dating department . Whenever Mary really wanted a date, she got one. The easiest way to tell if you're in .. Mary Mode .. is if, after a night at the bars, you get to go home with someone. Rhoda : This one's alot easier to tell . If the bar closes and you face the prospect of going home and rolling your hair ... you are Rhoda. Phyllis: This one is the easiest to spot of all ... but, only in retrospect. On those nights when you don't feel like going anywhere an~ everyone you know annoys you, chances are you're being Phyllis. If you are on the phone dishing people, then it's definite . And, if you have a lover, you get to play Hurray. Unless, of course you're too busy· acting like another set of Gay role aodels. Who?· Why, Lucy and Desi, of course. Bar Talk S.A. S.T.c:N. P~ee 6. 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Please call Brad at : 1- 751- 9931. FOR RENT Private Room Wit h I3ath . Pool/Ho t Tub Responsible Pe r son with Car. Pl ease call : 599 -8049 !<'OR IlENT F'urni s he!> Apartment off Broadway . Males Only . Ple a s e Call: 822· 0879 . YARD SALE Hard Bound Book s , $.75 e a c h . Vintage LP's $ .50-$3.00 ~a. Along wi th alot of good stuff. 10 am - 7 pm Fri . Sat. Sun. Mon. 6234 Pa nc ho Vill a 'i>ANcERS WIWJ[I), FOR~ HfU I rnw..E PROf£SSIONft. All> AHATIJl.E CONTACT 225-8807 FOR APPT. MONDAYS THE SHADY SHOW W/BEER BUST ALL NITE TUESDAYS BEER BUST ALL NITE WEDNESDAYS "MUSCLES IN ACTION" .25 WELL .25 DRAFT THURSDAYS BEER BUST ALL NITE FRIDAYS SWEET SAVAGE & THE CONTINENTALS $1.00 WELL 9-12 P.M DANCE ,TILL 4 A.M. W/OSCAR REYNA SATURDAYS $1.00 WELL 9-12 P.M. DANCE TILL 4 A.M. SUNDAYS SUPER SUNDAY SHOW W/PAULETTA LEIGH SHADY LADY SWEET SAVAGE AMANDAHALL 1/2 PRICE COVER 9-10 P.M. BEER BUST 9-11 P.M. _...'.. .,I Bar Talk S.A. S.T.C.N. Paa:e 8 ,r, II' I ' Comtn1 Auiust 25, 26 &: 28 Miss Gay Texas/USA ,Pag~ Happy Hour Daily 2 pm-8 pm $1°0 Well $1°0 Longnecks 'Bar Talk S.A! S.T.C.N. Pa e 9 SILVER DOLLAR SALOON 1418 N. MAIN 227-2823 SUNDAY 3.00 .so Beer Bust 2:00 P.M. 'Tiii ·8 :00 P.M. Al~t , San Antonio Public Access Channel Draft Citizens for Flr~t AD\et\dD\et\t Rights BAR TALK"' Is published nt:ry other Thursday by S.T.CN. San Antonio, Texas. .C.l ...9.8._8. .b .,y.. .S.-..T.._..C. ,N..• __ .. _, .. ..,.-...... ..,_ DftlS;E> warms __ .. _ 'n.s.ifflla.T..- ..... ....._ __ THE FIRST AMENDMENT UPDATE IS INTENDED TO COVER MORE ISSUES THAN SEXUAL MATTERS, BUT IN ORDER TO DO SO, YOU MUST TELL US OF YOUR CONCERNS. ,__, ... _ .-...-..-.. ,-.. .-...... - •• --a, ......... ., ~· PLEASE SEND ARTICLES AND SUGGESTIONS OF ISSUES YOU WOULD LIKE TO HEAR MORE ABOUT To c-FAR FORUM AT: P.O. Box 33239 _-...·...,-. _.. ... .... _...f._l...l..a..,..T...~.... .-...-. "-' .... 1J.:: == ,.-.: ..... 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"etropoli tan Coa11unitv Churches are dedicated to the propos1t1on that God' s love ta for a 11 people. mle or female. l h:bt or dark, R:&V or strat,.bt. rich or poor and that 1n supreme demonstration of this love, God becane flesh Jn Jesus Christ. and He died for our redemption. CHURCH God's Spi rit inspires and sustains us todav ae we trv to live the richer phvstcal and spiritual life to which the teacbin~ of Jesus Christ l"'Utdecs us. In MCC San Antonio, we strive for the fuller understandinR: and r icher beinR of al l people tbrouR;b worshtp ,teac hin~. and service to our co-unttv. CALENDAR OF EVENTS JULY 1988 SUNDAv- T "NloilfOAYTTuESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I FRIDAY SATURDAY EveAY·~ I I ' I 1 2 9: 30 PM.yeA &ttak6a.1:t • FtUo~h.ip flaU ~T_ogether 10: 45 S.U.96p.<Aa.uon 4Jtd Announcemen.U Ciin~ke II :OO S«nda.y lllo.uh.ip SeAv..:Ct - oUA guuu It 'llappert:·· Mt .i.nv.ULd tD Jo.in UA nu.t dooo. 3 - 4 s- "ID -" WW J3 7 8 HDtBEISHIP/ "" WOISHIP 7: 9 tcC S. A.4TH or JU ' EV. HAltl OICANIZATIONAL hQUIRU£1S AIHftJAt. PICllC HEr.fJNG-7:JOr .H. · a.ASS PIEAOllltC IATl'OID IUSSF.L (rF.LLOWSHIP HALL 12:00. lf<U-• ., PAii FILU*Slllr. . IO: JO A.H. Tit.? NAU. 10 11 12· HID-VEii J.3 WORSHIP 7: 14 15 16 NJV-+ SUPPORT IEY, Dt:L01£S BEU 7:30 P.H. ClOOP Ct«X:BALTIHOIE) OPt'-11 BOARD PIEAOtIMC HE...-,.HfC FT.LLOWS:i IP HALL "SE"'10M HI SONG FELLOWSHIP HALL 7:.JO P.H. VERY SPECIAL 17 18 19 HI D-VF.El ~o WORSllJP 7: 21 22 23 PllRTHDAT BEV. STEMtf.MSOM SUllDAl PIEAOllNC 24 25 26 HHJ- WEtr 27 28 Hfltffill.T 29 30 WOISHIP 7:lOP.H. POT-U.O DINNER sro;r AL ·oosrr.t "SI 'S DtlESS AMO sur.• lflQIT"7:JO P.H. 31 "CHURCH PLAllJIG SESSIOW" Saturday Jui• 16 19&8 fro,. 10 ••· to 5 P•· t b•r• wlll ~ be brown bag lunch a ffair to plan our Churcb a growtb. Tou ara all W'8lco-1 \\'II) II f ARl ~ f[LLOll Sll lP By R<v. James Sandmire When Rever<:nd Troy Peny founded Metropolitan Community Church in 1968, he called gay men and lesbians into a new relationship with their Creator. In 1969, newly-founded Metropolitan Community Chur­ches came together to form a new denomination - the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan· Com· munity 01Urches or u we calJ it, '"The Fellowship." The exciting message of the a!J~mbracing love of God has brought thousands of gay and non-gay penons into our family. Metropolitan Community Qiu;ches are found in most American cities, suburbs and many rural areas; in Canada, Australia; New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Nigeria, South Africa, Mexico and other countries. Within our unique Fellowship a special blend of doctrine and covemment has 'lfOWD up. The coogre­ptional tradition has always been strong in the .Fellowship, Sometimes that congregational 1ovem­ment has been modifu:d in the interests of common purposes arid better 1ovemin1 of the whole Fellow­ship. Why hu that happened? Of what ...Jue is the Fellowship to local Metropolitan Community Oiur­ches and memben? Rev. Sandmire is the founder and Pastor of Golden GateMCC. He pastored MCC churches in San Fran­cisco, Los Angeles, AU Saints, East Bay and San Marin County, California. He oerved 2 full terms u .., Elder and Treasurer of the UFMCC. He hu oerved as chair of the Board of Regents of SamariW. Educational Ministries and in numerous other impor­tant Felll'w.itip positions. ' "WORLD CHURCH EXTENSION is the International Missions .Agency . of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches, 5300 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 304, Los Angeles, CA 90029 USA (213) 464-5100. In recent years, the accomplishments of World Church Extension include: • 17 Metropolitan Community Churches established in Great Britain France, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Denmark. ' • UFMCC literature translated into 11 languages. • a primary health care clinic established in Nigeria. • a job training workshop established in Indonesia. • A permanent building purchased for our church in Mexico City. Around the world people are reaching out to the UFMCC. Presently, World Church Eztension is corresponding with groups or individuals in the following places: · • Ireland • Poland • Virgin Islands • Japan • Belguim • Greece • Phillipines • Switzerland • Holland • Italy • Singapore • Chile • Spain • Burma • Costa Rica • Germany • Liberia • Ghana • Hungary • Xenya • Pueno Rico • South Africa • Argentina • Brazil • Austria A true friend is a gift from God. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~a~~kS.A.&~c.N:~gel~ San Antonio Tavern Guild AIDS FoundatioJ "../ir.iv(,.n/J. ~ JfM<-ve ::/Ct/JJW/Jiity" AIDS Testing 35 30 Broadway AIDS Information 821 -6218 Your Donations Are Appreciated v WHY BE TESTED FOR THE AIDS ANTIBODY? For anyone with some risk, it is important to know one ' s AIDS- ant i body status. Because, if you should happen to be AIDS antibody positive, these 22 precautions and/or suggestions mi ght help save your life or t he life of someone you love: For those who already have AIDS , AOC (AIDS Dementia Complex) or ARC (AIDS Related Complex), following t hese procedures and/or suggestions may l engthen your lifespan considerably . 1. For those testing AIDS- antibody positive (HIV Positive) , it is suggested that you contact the San Antonio Tavern Guild AIDS Foundation to discover and evaluate the programs that are available. We can be of assistance in many ways; all services are f r ee and all information remains confidential. 2. If you do not have t he r esources to see a physician, please contact the San Antonio Tavern Guil d AIDS Foundation for assistance. 3. Avoid live vaccines, s uch as those for measles, mumps , and rubella. 14 . Get a doctor ' s recommendation about pneumonia and flu vaccinations, which are often recommended. They use killed­virus vaccines. 5, Polio can be contracted by an AIDS-antibody-positive person from oral polio vaccine virus excreted in the stool of a vaccinated child or adult . No oral polio (live virus) vaccine should be given i n a household with an AIDS­antibody- positive person. 6. Your doctor will not use immunosuppressive drugs, such as corticosteroids, certain antibiotics, and some anti­cancer drugs that are danger ous for AIDS-positive persons. 7. Do not use aspir in or other painkillers without consulting your doctor. As pirin is slightl y immunosuppr essive. 8. Do not use ill icit drugs, including marijuana and he r oin, as they are i mmunosuppressive . 9. Encourage your spouse, ex-spouse, l over, ex-l over , and/or sex partner s t o have the AIDS antibody t est. 0. Pr otect your sex part ner by i nforming him or her of your condition; condoms i mpr ove s afety but do not remove ill risks. 11. I t is s uggested that anyone testing AIDS antibody positive investigate AL-721 . An AL-721 meeting is held every Ibursday between 7:00- 7:30 PM at the Foundation's headquarters at 3530 Broadway. 12. Cats transmit toxoplasmosis. Birds transmit histoplasmosis and psittacosis. AIDS antibody positive people should not clean cat litter or bird cages. 13. Notify your physician, dentist and any other medical personnel that you have had a positive antibody test so they can do their best to care for you and to prevent the spread of the virus. 14. As your family doctor to help you select a physician who specializes in infectious diseases to do additional blood tests. Such tests will reveal the condition of your protective T Cells. · Infectious disease specialists are also trained AIDS counselors. Further, professional ethics dictate that physicians maintain confidentiality. 15. If you are AIDS antibody positive, pregnancy may weaken your immune system and bring on AIDS, AIDS Related Complex, or AIDS Dementia Complex. The baby has a 30 to 50 percent chance of having AIDS. In an infected mother, breast milk contains the AIDS virus. Avoid breast feeding . 16. Do not donate blood, plasma, sperm, body organs or other tissues. 17. Avoid unpasteurized milk because there is a risk of salmonella infection, which is more serious in an immuno­suppressed person. Salmonella is spread through contam~nated blood from chicken and other meat0 Use acrylic cutting boards that clean in dishwashers. Cook turkeys to 180 F. at center. Cook hamburgers to 170 F. Do not eat rare meat . 18. It is especially important that AIDS antibody positive ~ersons exercise regularly, maintain a proper diet, get adequate rest, and avoid stress to help maintain the immune system. 19. AIDS antibody positive individuals need to know that they are at a greater risk fbr serious consequences what . tourists jokingly refer to as "Montezuma' s Revenge" or the "Azte'< Two-Step." If you must travel to Third World countries, take bottled water and avoid raw foods . 20. To protect your immune system, do not use alcoholic beverages or tobacco products . They are immunosuppressive. 21. Assiduously avoid all additional sexually transmitted infections, such as cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, syphilis, and reinfections with the AIDS virus. 22. Do not have your ears pierced or be tattooed . (5lt) 8tl - "2.18 'IBIS PAGE HAS BEEN GENEROUSLY OONATED BY BAR TALK Sl\N ANTONIO TO: San Antonio Tavern Guild AIDS Foundation THANK YOU!. 3530 6KOADWA'/ 'SAN At.J\WIO 7Bzoq Bar Talk S.A. S.J'.C.N. Pa -~· TUESDAY ~ DJ - GREG $ 1.00 WELL DRINKS & $1.00 LONGNECKS TINY MAC JONI L.A. 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Page 14 .. ~alk Jline .. ''Cltonfibenttal Cltontacf' Sale Tallc With The Same Sex Or Opposite Intimate one-on-one conversation with Sensuous Operator Willing to explore whatever your personal fantasies may be! Soft romanGs - to - OrgastniG Ee1stasy 646-6967 Major Credit Cards Accepted ARIES (Har . 21 - April 19) Siblings may have surprising news for you ... You really were adopted . TAURUS (Apr. 20 - Hay 20) Trying to be more down to earth doesn't mean you need to fall down in the gutter . GEMINI (Hay 21 - June 21) Your lovelife is a swamp right now. Throw away all of your old trick cards and start over from scratch . CANCER (June 22 .- July 22) You need to get away from it all for a while. However, you can't afford it . Have your electricity and phone shut off for a week, and you'll feel sociable again. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22) Your obsession with the Wizard of Oz is beginning to be obvious to everybody. Or is it Just a real severe Father- Son relationship? VJRGO <Aug . 23 - Sept . 22) Home is where the heart is ... so, get a permanent address for a change. l.IBRA (Sept . 23 - Oct. 23) Keep your tendency to worry in perspective . Generally, your mind is apt to exagerate the real situation. Right now, though, your mind is underestimati ng how real that situation is. SCORPIO (Oct . 24 - Nov . 21) Friend's opinions have alot of effect on you. You really should be more careful when choosing your friends. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Hake sure your frankness isn't interpreted as bluntness or someone may hit you with a blunt object. CAPRICORN (Dec . 22 - Jan. 19) Prove to yourself how productive you can be and do it soon, as there is alot of money riding on this bet we've got at the paper. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18) Long distance love affairs never · work. When y.ou are separated by that many miles, the only one delivering is the mail man . 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Congratulations to two Blue Angel West Performers : Jessica Wells, on her recently won title of "Miss Gay South Texas, 1988"", and Janice Dumont, on her new title of ""Miss Blue Angel West, 1988"" . I understand Nakoma Sbaye is the new Friday night Headliner at the New Zoo Co. Our best , wishes, stop in to see her, as she puts on one I hell of a show! Hy special thanks to Ce- Ce, Bambi and I Danielle for their benefit at The Crew Sunday J Night. We're all hoping '"Miss Kitty·· will be up and about by the 19th, because this wrestling match won't be the same without you darlin! David : If you think that was bad, wait till I do my Tina Turner number. Studded Leather Opera Gloves?? 1 told you buttons were going to be alot of fun, cold sober and bored shitless? Really! I'm still wondering what were going to do with four gallons of silicon left over from our ""Build Your Own Drag Kit" . Don't forget the Bar Owner's Follies at the Paper Hoon on July 19th at 9.:00 P . H. Proceeds to benefit the Tavern Guild A. !.D.S. Foundation . We are going to try and beat last years $10,000 . 00 in donations. Our JJ (BAW) Jn case you can't figure out whether you're coming or· going, normally you're breathing hard when you're coming! Orea, you were right. It does take pains to be a woman! M·O·N·D·A·Y $2 BEER BUST! NO COVER In House Pool Tournament 9 pm ****** Cash Prizes & Monthly Trophy TUESDAY • MOVIE at 8 pm • $1.25 Corona • $1.25 Cuervo Gold Shots •No Cover! Bar Talk S.A. S.T.C.N. Page 16 RAINLITIE BULBS As Low As U.25 each #4515 #4535 1 -15 $7.85 1 -15 $8.85 16-29 $7.25 16-29 $8.25 30 (1/2 csJ $6.::!'5 30 11/2 csl $7.25 60 lcsl $5.25 60 (csl $6.25 PREPAY & SAVE You Wont Find A Better Price! SHIPPING CHARGES C.0 .0 . 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