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Title Montrose Voice, No. 485, February 9, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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Date February 9, 1990
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of Montrose, call 529-8490 WFfKOAI" 9AM 6PM MONTROSE VOICE THENEWSPAPC.~C.FML.N RCSEC.(0111mu111t111J1 •· • ,~((0111pi:111izC FRIDAY February9, 1990CISSUE485 MONTROSE WEATHER FRIDAY NIGHT f-a1r and m11.:t _w 60 SATURDAY ihowera returning. tugh 75 tow 60 SUNDAY & MONDAY Fair and mild. high 70 kiw 50 Cabbies pay respects to slain colleague INSIDE duntth;nklhm ... d.,,h ....... Backstage at the Tower Uy ~llHU COllEN l>AHBONNh 1'-f1mtro.1w \,/11n• f:d1lor At uhnut !L)O u m. Morul11y. Ft•h. 11, th1· rara h·ll tht· l'mtt:d Cah lu•ud <1unnn:t t1l ii<I~ lrvmtctun ll wuti o t·unout1 liJIC<:tud1·. o hneor75.$4.H.iur.i t"llh•, moat n( tht·m Cmttd'a lumil ar hlue, hut R h·w frclfn otht'!' t·ub c >mJHm1cs- -'l'llow und l.ilwrt\·, 1111 ol tht>m bound 1n 10lemn p~1on for tht- IO:OO u.m. \'1 tt-ran • Mt·mon­, funeral ol Hohnt I.. Fullilovt-. fulhlun· a l·mlfd Cub llnvn who took mol!it I his n1lla m lhl' Montrose: attU, wd murdcrt"d on ,Jan ::JO m 1118 cab, >u1M1rl• un llpllrt· nwnt complex m S.Juth-.ut HoU8· lon. l.mit fhuraduy, h·h 1 1iv1• 1>u• f)("ct8 dl'Sct1bt-d hy pulu: 11• lo\\ tr Weath11mu Hlrt-et k1d11 wt•rt hart(t'd 111 tbuhoolmg dt:·nth oflhl' dnvc r. 11lle1tJ dl,y durmtc u plunnt"d rohl>t y Dltt>mpi Tht• t•ah dr1\'t r had p1dwd up tht' f.;lUIJ~ .. ·t• at 11. n•taurant m IOIUO block of B1&111nttl in for 11outhv.ei.t Heou11tun ut ahout 1 1.'"1 p.m .. J>olict' au id_ I It• drcovo'\ lht m lo tlw rumph•x, m tht· 10400 hlm·k ol South I>ri\'l', v.hton· hewll:Hhot m lhr li111·k oftht· ht-lid h:. um· of the a>UsJJt.'<'lil at about 1'(:00 pm Ht· v.ut talwn to Ht n Taub lfosp1 uet, where ht- du:·d Wt·dnndtty. Jan. ll The youth11. arn•tt>d Y...d1wsday m ~1ontroae. att>r told pohct" tht·y had planned the "Time, 1ndudang Lat: nl( ''w 01b, rubbing the dri' er Pnd 11huotmg him fht• rt"abted. Tht• 111ut1p.:- tsr11111:1dinUM1 fromJ.lto:ll F11nnal prof'l'ssion for slai.11 cab drwn Hf}ht·rt Fu/111111~1m·tudcd iv 80 cah>i Fullilo\'t-, [>6. wti one of •everal United dri,·ers who re"jl'.ularh_. workt.O Montro&e, the company;e ongmal and l<iyal customer baee Hanly IK't·n without hi~ trademark row hoy hat, hew& a familiar foC't' to maDy regulllr rider&. his rcllo\\ ,\1ontroae-bruit-d cabbih said. The nt·w• ul hw killing broke a fh·e yt-ar lull in tuu·ks on t'ah drivers." ho ln llou11ton Mt' entitled to n>fwie •t , .. ice v.hen thl'y fet·l th11r aaft y 1s thrl'atened, 1u11d l 'mkd <ah \1~ pret1uknt J-:lh11 llouati.•n , many m4j(>r (•lti£'8, au<'h n·fu11al 11ndera1s not an pl n. I louston aa1d In "nOllt plm"t'B, the) I yank a 1cnb dn' t'1' •) hcen!u• 1f they tum down u rider:' llouaoton tJ.&ld. ·H re I hy whl•n tht·y <dr1ver11) do11°1 rduse ilomt·onl•" h • h Thm;•nohm;1onth•n"mlx"of C ar1ty S OW ridl•riJ a cabbil• can takti on a trip. llou1,1,ton said. Ac<:ordinl( to polit't' rt•port,., the five young ridl'n in tht• Jan. 30 incident all had an "mno ct·nt;· non-thrt-att-ning appearant't'. .. FulliloveJ had ~en with tht' c:>mpany foralongtinw ~1ostol the driven knew him. \\'hat happem-d was a shock to all of us,' liuuaton aa1d. Attacks on dri' t•ni han• 00.·n un ommon in How;tun a1m-e Jq&'J, whtn • tht· lal>lt raah" of auch cnmt'9 had takf'n place hert'. Houaton said. \tarcu11 Manut>I Trammf'll, 21 th allE1{(-d gunman. was char~" th • roptla! rnunlel'. r<<ma Mm u,. Preparing to market the Pride Week T-shirts 19, who 1aon probatwn f(1rburwlilry .. "ll8 charged with aggravated rob l)('J'y. Hoth Wt'rf" held \\llhnut bond Christophl'r Hradl<·y. IX. nlsu wus c-harttt-d v.1th aggra\'att-d rohl)l'ty and is ilf'ing hl'ld in lit·u of ~~J.000 bond Twojuwnil('s. agt'd 14 and 16.art> IJf.'ing held by Harris ( "ounty JU\"l•n ilt• authoritiei;. The 16-vear-old. ar· n·att.>d at CoHnant lfoU11t•. l{U\"t' JIO­lin~ · the namt-:-; of two CJthl'r t1U8peci.8. Bradlt·y and the c•tht•r ju\.·t-nile wt'rc• SJ>l)tted C1n lower Wt11tht>1mer and ar· rl'lltt.'d on the 11trt"('t. Trnmmt>ll and Byus Wt>te pic·kt"<l up later at a rt11· tauiant on Westht>imer. "'hough a few l'mted dnHnJ •IB)'l'<I on the 11treeta Monda.\ to lnck up r de s. most parllcipa.tt"d 1n t.he tunl' al proce8$i11n, Houston •aid Man arrested in alleged computer-extortion Promise seen using Dunntc an initial .:outt ppt·ar· anct", .Joal'ph W Popn, J. a.old l' S ~1•JO•lrnleJ08C'ph W t1artunt>t thal ht••• undtra pi!yc~mtnst • arf' and 'tt lrul{a for u mt·nta\ c -:id1 t1on Har~nek 1a1d he would sc1edulc· ~i.nother "Ourt hearing nfitr Popp l1I evuluatcd by twOJl!IYC'hiatr1ats to Sf(• v•hether ht· l8 com1iett>nl to face Mt· tradition procN.·thnga .-\ hear " d11te "as not M"f. and Popp wiu dt'red to remain tn thf' Hed! lfe1ahta 1ail in aul>urban ( lt'-Vl'1 un•rnut>d pall Cleaning up Montrose: Crime fighting or class wars? l!) SHFHI ("Ollt-:N UAHBO:'\j~t­\ f1mtl'VM' \u Ce F.dltur In a wt•utht n-d, half.vunmlupart ment compll·x in un older n11idt·n tiaJ nt'11othborh1MMI of Montrose, a po\'erty-h•\tl tt>nunt dt'C1d,•s hes had Pnough wh1•11he18 aw11kt·1H.'<I by a mouse cr,twling unoss hts lon·ht-rad. Although ht• has no when· t'l!lt' to go, l!I hnng 'tl.t'f'k-hy· week and u1 curing f'or a mt•nlall) rt•tardt>d penion m his honw, ht> rnllws h18 IH 1.:hhors to dt·mand a mt"Ctintc with tht· lundlords. I It· al­so c.·nl\s thec1ty h<'nlth dt·1mr1 mt·nl and the nt•ighhorho(ld nt·w~pu1wr. Tlw t·omph•x 11 younfr.( mand•Jr.(t'r m·rvou1dy trn'8 tu plaC'ah' tlw l'otn plaininfr.( tt·nurHK. llt· trit•s to t·x plain that hoth lwJmd tht·owm·rs huvt• rt'pt>att•dly nalh·d tht• wa.-tt• c.·mnpnny to t·mpty lhl' dump~h'r that ha11 sut full !}('hind tlw moin buildinfr.( f'inn• l'l'ovemher. llt• tt·ll~ thc.·m thry will )Ct'\ rut poi11on for tht· rrnlt·nt~. and that tht ir hot wo tt•r \\ hil·h most hun• had to do without 11im·1• tlw ( 'hristma11 holl day frt't'1.t'--V. ill anon !)(' n•titon-d. I It tt·ils the n~·v. f'P 1p1·r n·portt·r th.at m08t ol hts ll·nants {'1111·1 nt ford tn l(H nnywhnt• t'INt'. thut tht·y are cit-an workinl(' proplt• end not nm1in;1ls, 11nd 1hut 1ftht· <:om))h·x Wt•rt· to dost• it "ould bt•one murt• VRl'Unl buildmtc likt• tht> n1wk how;1· ' Ul"TINJll th(' llln't•l. ,\ fry, hlo('kit 8WO\, o !\tontro~t· nt.>ighhorhood tll't1vial l(tllht·n!I n'" ports fn1m f't·vt•rul nrt•a t·1vic t·luhit to whit·h 11lw lwlonto:s. Tht• lt·ndnM of tht'fl<' duhs, 11ht• llllYM, art· "juMt ordinary 1woplt•· who f{nt led up with ninu-!-!JWdticolly, drug deulinl{ nnd prmclitution- in thl'ir own bn('k ynrdM, Sht• 11oyM MontroH' hmnc.•ownt•rM und tht• po· lit·e who ))Utrol this d11ttri('\ hon• known for u long timt• thot 1·rimi nals opN1ly ply th('ir trndl' "out uf 1wme of tht•flt' 8t-t•dy npc1rtnwntt1'.' They mt't·t tht•ir •·1rit·k11" or dope l'UKtomrrl't on the t1lrt'l'I m front of privlllt• homt'8, or in pt'Oph."s yards. Often. ahl' say1, tht·y don't evt-n hotht·r to go ba1·k tothea))ttrt· ment to compleh• tht." dl'ol. She wan ta tht• c.·ornplext~ dt•nnt-d upt•r {'(•mft•mnNi A l11ndlord who ownl< se\"eral of tht·st• oldt.>r Montro:>e proper-ti~. 11om1· of \\ hich 1<1he admits how t:rimt• prubl('ms or code violation~. .-ay11 tht· C'i\ it· grouJ):!-1 aren"t beintc t•ntirely fair. ~he insists that a;.he il'I domg eHrything in hc.·r power to kt't'P tht• C'riminals out. in t1pitt• of poor hl"alth and luckoftundsto invt'f't in ht>t properties. ~he sayH f'ht· is tryinl( to work with the Jwighborhood group-. and the po­lin• to get rid of the problem, but it i~n·t easy·. Hoth she and ht·r part nt·r t1ay tht•y art' wt•ll·intentioned hut1int•ss people who gotcuught in llouston"i-. l'<'Onomic downturn und have not yet been ablt' to rt•· ('O\'(•)"_ Although C'veryont involH'<i t1ays tlwy know there is o prob­ll ·m, tht•y disa(.::rl'e on how to j(O ahout solving it. They also difkr in thl·ir nM;t•ssml·nt of who the re· ul vit·tims an·. and why .Jumt'll Kozowyk, a residt'nt of l.Bto; 8.l1.."l11.- Apartments at 416 Fain·it·Y., •nid ht' ha~ complained n·1watt-dly to tht' manaj(t•rs and ownns of hi:-; C'Omph·x about unsanitary ronditions He said that althlmgh he lik('l< his apart· mt·nt and thinks the romplt>x 'could be fixed up easily;' certain problem!! \\ t're bt."C'oming impo.-.;si· hie to livt• with. Tht.> apartment~· rodt•nt problem had bf..,_·n getting nut of hnnd, and the only garbage dumpi.h•r had not lx't'n empti<'d Minn· h1•fure Thanksgiving. ht' Maid Atlt'r the holidays, extrC'me­ly low wotC'r pn-s:-;ure and no hot wntN in must apartmt·nU! waM addt'd to the li!-itoftenunt wot'8, llM the))("('. :n hard fret·ze left M'veral brnken wnl<'r pipes on th(• proper ty. On Jan. 9, Kozowyk 8aid he got tilt' Inst straw 'I woke up this morning and thiR mou1w wa:-; on my head!" tw tmid, ''Pt•ople Nhouldn't ha\"e to Ii\'(" likt· thi11:· Kuzowyk and other L;.1111 ROHaM ret1idt•ntA pointed out other mice. livt> end dead, in Kozowyk's tidy ont>-bedruom unit. One l('nant smd •ht- had found a nt'*t of baby mit't' m a dr('88er drawer. Kozowyk !'Rid he knew when hf" nll1·d lht" h1·alth dt•purlmt·nt and Rhonda did move out to live with city hou.-mi: d1·1111rtmt·nt thut un ht·r motht>r. She said it wuta pnrtb inn•Nlitu•tion ("C1uld rt'"Ult in the ht."C'aUH' ol the boy'M health tiroh· upltrlm(•ntM ht•ml( ahu1 down, and lt·mM llnd partly lx><.·ause 1-)f l'ondi nll of tht• h'lllllltA lwing 1111kt·d to tions at 1he romplexl. Jenn. ··1 n-ally don"t t·urt· nt thii. Stuart Chapl•l, the on·sitt• mun point:' lw t1md . "I wus told (!ht• ('it· a)Cer ofthecomplt·x,chor ucterizt•d y) would lwlp UH findtmnw plut·t•to Kowwyk as a "whinC't" who woM l(o .. Tm not 11un• wht•n• I IH"nrd nevtr satisfied thut But no mntlt·r what hoppt·~s, "Some of the l)('()ple ht·re on• no· I won't mun• into nnotlwr platt• torious whinNs and nier!I. Jumt'8 hkt· thi11 1101•.' iN one of the wor11o1." ('hn1wl Mu id Hhnndn. nnotlwr rt·sidt·nt of tlw Althoul(h ht' dot'S not rt"<'t·in• n11nl t•omplt·x, aa1d •he ""15 nlau pre- ory for hit1 dutit'S us mnnn""n. pun-d to lt·nH• Tht• motht'r of " Chapt·I .said ht• is tcrntl'ful to ht11 new bnhy nnd a hand1t·np1>ed two- .. t•mpluyers, who KU\'f' htm a rt-nt· year-old aon, ahe amd 11he YOll8 frt't'apartmentondhelptdh1m1tl'l nlruid of tht• g('rms c1.trrit'd b~ the on his h'f't. m1t·e and tht· dirty dumpstpt. IOn ''lt'anotpertert., no, butit'sreul­, Jan . 1 S,alttrht•nonwn1ho11p1tal- ly not that bad. lt'a bt-tter thlln izt'CI for rfl.p1rutorv probl(•mM, what I had ... l>ettt>r then whnt I would havt· It" ht'ltt"" than nnth· ing. All ol tht'lie snmt• pe-11plt• who art' doinR lht• whwint.c ... mmt of tht·m v.111 eay tht·y cim t lo{O nny where t'lse, th(•y cnn'I. uftnrd iL A~ far u111 the ))tobltms, \\r're trying to tct t them tokt•n con· of I· ,.e hl't'n .>n the phone('\ try day with tht• dumpshor pt>oplt' the o"'nt•N Just changt>d dumpster rompa· ra1cs, und v.t•.\"t• hct•n hnvmg o lot of trouble \\Ith t' ('hnJ>f!. said. Wt• put uul poumn for the mlt'(' qnd w1· 1· lo(omi: to get some rnon· Pt•o11h· julll 1wed to ht> pat t"nt," ht• smd H.t•to:urdint.r n1min11I tu·tl\·ity, (. 'hn1wl dmms I.us H1,sa11 dot·~n't han• n prohlt·m '"I thmk moat of tht·m IC'nrninulM) moHd down tht• rund," lw 11oid 'I try to ht• n•all:o. pit·ky ahoul who I to:t•I in ht•n-. l'ow iu·ross tht· titn·H !in a \;:H·ant huildinj.Cl tlwy )CO in and out." ·Wt• Utlt'd If• IHl\'t• soml' ot tht· 111n·et huP1tl('re Ji, tnJ: h('tt"' Wt• don ·t 1111ymure; ( 'hllpl'I said But LI ~ou thil1k nhout it, t-\'f'n t•h.t.• y ha\·t' lo hllH' 11omt•whnt• to Uut, wh1lt• t•iting mone} as l rt·asonwhymun~ nr-ardo\\nto\\n aportnwnt d'tl.ellers will lin wnh "l1!88 thnn perrt-ct' cond1; on:t ( 'h11pel admit.e the rents al hl!­uwn t'Omtih·x aren "t d1r1 chenp. ~\ on~· bedroom W:(•l'8 for ~-;o .a wt-ek. nn un•ru)(t· monthly rpnt of ~U.> lor nn 11purtmt•nt without nir <"Cmd1t1011111.r. Tl·nunta nlMn t;upply lht•ir own h1•1.1tm"' units. ( 'omparn· hly pnn·d n•n111I propntit'8, and mnny luwt·r prin•d ii tht• tl'IHlllllol pay tlu·ir own u111iti1-s, art• ovoila hit• m or rwnr MontroNt'. 'But wt• dun '1 ask ton many quu1ti11ns, ('hupt.•l 11nid. l'ros)lt'l' t1n· tt·1umt:t fill out on applit-ntion form. hut art" nut suhJN'h'd to lt•nl(thy 1·n·dit c·ht•fk11 nnd otht rt'" quin·mt'nts. 'A lot of pffiph., for 110mt·retuw11 or11tht·r. d11n't wunl to un11'tl.l'r u wholt• lot of qul'!ltiCtns or 1111 out fi\-·e pn6(1'8ol lonn•. So>mt>ol tht·m would he turnt'ddC>wn tK>me whert• 1·l11t• It dot>tm 't mean tht'\"r<' bad pt'Coplt., ht· aaid. ~ ( ontmued page 3 malaria drug on pneumonia B.l WOODY BAIRU MEMPHIS. Tenn (Al')-Tests >n laboratot) rats md1catt' tha1 a drug dt:nJopt"d in fo,ngJand to com bat malaria may cure a fonn of pneumonia that 0 k1Us man\· ,\IJlS SUfft'renJ, soy lctenUsl8 at sl Jude Children's Rt-search HQt;pitak. If you could pn-nnt lhts pnt·u· munia m AID~ patients. 1t 'tl.ould probably incnase thttr hfof!pans by aJmost doublt.; said Wahtr Hu1o1:ht•i-.. a ph)"Slc1.an v. ho dirt-eta tht• hoi-.pital"8 ft'f;t•1u·ch on All JS. or al·quired immune dPllrit·nc-y syndromt•. The lt"!lting with rull-; mdinltt"8 the.• drui.: holh pn•q·nts ttnd l"UreB Pn('umo<.·y:-;tis pnt•umonia und St Jude re~t·11rt·hN~ nrt• m tht• lirMt phu:-;e of trying it on humon hi' ingh. I I ught·s lolaid. 'Tht> animal t1tudu•a t1hm'" thut this drug kilh1 Ith<' J>nt·umuniu) nnd then::-; het·n no toxit·1ty O!IN(~ c ntt.-d with it; ht·amd Wt"<in.t'ldlly, ,Jan. JI A rt'port m the rt'Benrch "111 be published 111 th1· Fehruorv iSllUt> uf Antimicrobial Agton.ts and l'ht motht·rapy. a puhhcnt1on of thto AmnicaQ Socu•ty o( Mu·robiology 'Wl''re talkinK pun·ly of a111mal a;.tudit·s, but the animal model Wit-d to 81Ud~- dtUK8 or Pnt"Umocy1tiH pnt>umonia have al\\R\'I!; ht-.en rf'" markably pn-dicti\·t• of .thl' human di.-eust·;' H UK hes Mid He snid hilt .-tall hPs llt"C·n 11tudv· mg th(' nt•w muluriu drug, kno......:n as hydroxynaphth0<1umont• or f>(*iCHO, for about o YNlr and n half. The drug wu8 synthl'Hizt'<I by \\.'elkome Rt·seorch l.ahorutorit•ll of England. and St. ,Judt• said illl studies have bN.·n suppurtt>d by oth(•r lt'sts tht·re. If the humnn tt>t1t11 with .}bl)('h() are 8Uct't>Ssful. the- drug ('uuld he available for g1·nt'fttl Ull(' hy AIDS ~ufferns in 8 year or two, llu)Ch"9 1'aid Two common drUt(I uAed now for cancer pet1ent1 with Pneumocyli!is pneumonia are on· ly moderatdy efft.'('llve with AIDS ~uffert. he eaid Man arrested Judge finds N.J. borough violated patient's privacy in computer extortion Case from page l Popp, of Willowick, about IO milea etuJt of Cleveland, was arrested Thursday, Ft>b. I Popp'• attorney, John P. Kilroy of Euclid, Oh1u. had aeked that Popp ht kept in a h0t>pital becaube of his m.:ntal cond1t1on, rather than be held J&il 'Ht•• an internationally respect td researcher:· Kilroy said. "I don't think ht''d poi.t_• any nok to flee:· Kilroy ba1d Popp is an anthropolo­gist and until Uecember had a con truct with tht· Geneva·based World Health Organization, working somcllm<·H in England but mainly in Geneva and Africa By MELANIE BURNEY fOfl THI ~Ol'llTf.< - >E VC CAMDEN, N.J. CAP>-A fodernl Judgt''B ruling that holds amuni<:i pahty re1:1pon~ible because a poli<:e offic<'r disclosed that a rt.'ti1dent had AIDS <:ould have far-reaching impact on confidentiality t·~ around tht' country, some obsl'rv· t'r• say U.S. Di1:1trict Judge Stanley S Brotman ruled that. the Borough of Runnemt•d<' and one of its offi<:ers are liable for damages for di11d08· ing to a r<'isident that her nt·ighbor had acquired immune deficil'n<·}· syndrome .. This cai1e would conform and expand where I think the law ia ht'ading-that ii; a duty to main· tain confidentiality and that it can only be bn·ached where then•'a a clear and present danger to a third party;· said Larry Gostin, ext"<.:u t1ve dir(>Ctor of the American Soci ety of Low and Medicine. 'l'hl' rulinK marks the fin;t dl'c:i sion addressing the need for pa t1ent t·onfidentiality outsidt• an in· Mtitution und establishNI th<• pri· vm·y rights of not only tht> Al DS victim, but ah10 tht'ir fomiliea, Hid Tht'Odore M. Lieverman. tht• plumtiff11 attorney. .. The panic sparked by AIDS wa111 widt"h· known ' Brotman wrok in ~ 36-page opinion Ht' 11a1d in his ruling Monday, Jan. :l9. thot it 1s "obvious" polil'l' nt't.·d training to understand about tht• confidt•ntiality of AIDS vic:timH. An t'arlier settlement among otht·r partied in the Mame CBM' call11 for the borough of Barring ton to implt-ment by Feb. 2'2 on AIDS confidt'ntiality polic:y. It muHt alHo pro\'ide training for iLN polict·, medical and emergency ix·nionnel on the transmission of AIDS and how to protect them· selves and private citizen11, Lit•\-'(•rman said The judge said that lx"<'DUMe such a policy was not. in place in Runn(•m(•de, the borough is Habit• for dumagt·s. A jury will dt•ter· mint• later the amount. of damages thl' municipality will ht> aKf!l•1111<·d and wht•ther another df'fendunt m tht' ca11e 11hould be held liablt" GoMlln isaid some ca11t11 han bt't•n filed around the country <:harging police departmt-nU with brt>a<.·hing the privacy of AIJ)S pa· tit-nts. He said Brotman'srulingis belil·Vt·d to be the firat of it"' kind involving a municipality. "It 11eems to me that a c:nMe like this when• there'& liability should wnkt• municipalitieH up;' said Gostin. an asi;oc-iate profo~umr at Harvard's School of Public Ht>alth In l't>w Jen;ey, public schools are required by law to have AIDS polic:ie:., but local police d("part· ments and municipalitie11 are ex· ('mpt from that requirtmt·nt The ruling i;tem11 from a 1988 civil complaint filed on l.x•half of thl' wife of an AIDS patient and th(•ir four children. The family was humiliated and ostrnciZ£·d in iu1 rommunity after the husband's condition was disc108ed by a bor· ough police officer, the suit charged The woman's husband had tee· ted positive for the HIV \-·iru11, ac-­cording to Llevennan. He died in Stpt. 1988, said the attorney, who did not know the cauMe of the man's death The plaintifrs husband told Barrington police in Morch 19H7 he was infected with the AIDS vi· rus. He had been arrested on an outstanding fugitive warrant. The warrant was dropped and the hu~ band was released Later that same day, the man'11 wife was im·olved in a car acci· dent as she left her Runnemedt> home, according to the complaint When Barrington Detective George Preen and Runnem(·de Pa· trolman Russell Smith arrived nt the scene, Smith a1legedly told the woman's neighbor that the worn· an's husband had AIDS, the suit contended. The neighbor, Rita OiAngelo, nl so named in thl' tompluint, waK an t-mployee of tht• lol·ul ff<'hool dis· trict. Ms. DiAnKt·lo diHdim•d the information totht>port:ntaofothl'r ~chool children and allt·Kt>dly told thl'm that thl• woman·• childrt-n also had AIDS, tht' auit alh·gt"ll "There WM no informnlion, medical or otht·rw111t" to 11uggebt that (the c-hildn·n) ha\"(• AIDS or are infected with tht• Al l>S virus;· the suit said. Attornevti invoh·~·d in tht• case declint'd ~omnu-nt 'l\Jt.'11duy, Jan 30. The llorough of Barrington and its polit1-' c-hii'f. Thoma11 Page, were namf'd in tht· original tiuit Brotman appro\·KI out-of-court isettlements with buth ltltit month. There'i; no qul'Stion that ronfi· dentiahty, edunuiun and non-co­ercive outn·ach are tht· kt'YK to curbing the AIDS t'pidt·mic 11hort of some typt• of t·ure;' 11aid l':rnn Wolfson, an attorm•y with the r-.:ew York-based Lumhda IA.·Kul De· fen1:;e and l':ducotion Jo'und, a no· tionol AIU~ ad\'OCllO-' KWUp Gary U. Arbt-mik, assistant U.S attorney •n Clt'\-eland. said an arrett ,.,arrant wa• 1:-:rned in London on Jan. I~ c·ontf'nding Popp mailed about 20,000diskettei. from that city ahout Dec. 11 The U.S. attorney's office in <.:le\'e­land !!>aid the di111kHtcs had informa lion on acquirf'd immune deficiency 1yndrome for hotipitnls, rebearchers and l(OVt·rnment agencies Lesbian-Gay Pride Week co-chairperson resigns post At the timt• the diskette began cauiJmf( problems in early December, authorities in London said it had het·n nce1ved by users in Norway, Sweden, Belgium. Denmark and California as well as Britain. Scotland Yard said at least IO Brititih computers ...,ere affected Later in the mCJnth, a company in Bahrain, in the Middle East. also re­ported getting one of the disks but said it waa discovered before it did any damage Tho.e who used the AIDS infor· mation program later found that their hard-disk data were destroyed. By SH EHi COHE!\ DARBO!\!\E Montro...· \.imT f:ditor Ken Wilson, the male co-chair of l...esbian, Gay Pride \\'E'(>k 1900, beeame the 8econd co-chair o.· thl' event to resign. He did iso Wedncs· day, Jen. 31. Jo~emale co-chair Vt .. roni<.·n Diai' read Wilson ·s Jetter of resignation at the planning bod· y's January meeting and 1'&id that ~If.nominations would ht.> accepted and a co-chair elected at the next mt"eting tFeb. 2h1. In the INter. \\-.ilson btaled that a Nituation roncerning his immt .. diate family hod arisen, requiring his full attention. Becau!<(" of thl• responsibility involved in chair· ing the pride week event. Wilson said he preferred to resign 80 someone else could devote hiH full efforts to the project. .. I feel I must now dedicate my time and energy in a different direction:· Wi180n ta id Arbeznik said the diakette pack· •ties included a message warning tb:at if the diskette were inserted into a computer. a leasing fee would be clw,rged. Diaz said delayingtheselect1on 1~}t.!:e':!e~ ':~ -~~ecl~::~aS:::• of a replacement until the nut K1iroy aaid;n a telephone interview ~~~';! ~-~~1~0~'";;~~~mmuni· aher Popp'• court appearance. "The Marion Coleman, originally !~c:~•,:~:li~h:;uh:: .. actions were not electt'd ft.male <.'O-cha1r of thi21 At the end of the program, the };;~~8 w::~!~tede~!~h!ir e:~'~h~ di1kette asked the computer userfor Nov 30 meeting :Jc:~1r:.. .i :;f;h~0!3i:~~!napCi~;: D~ring the mee~ing, Diaz an· P•nama, address of a company nounced that the pnde week ex<"<:u­c-. lled. PC CYBORG. saying that tlVe .comromee had developed a wa.s where the money should besent. mission statement and _.. master federal prwecutont said. action plan" for Lesbian Gay \.!pon payment of the money, the Pride Wttk. 1990 at a two day rit1p1ent wuuld receive a "decon· "team buildmg workshop" m Gal· tamination di.;k"' that would stop veston. The plan. a time table giv· the computer \-·irus, authoriliM said. ing deadlinea for completing plan· Plannn• t'Olrd llJ ~I/ow m11wr adap/a/,t)n of Le11hlan Ga.>· PNdt" nt,.,+ lot/O for 1 11Jhirt marketing purp<nt•s ning of various details of the t'Vt'nt, was on display in front of the room. Tht> mi11sion statement dedares that .. Houston Lesbian Gay Pride Week '90 is a non.profit 5011C)3 organization wh~e pur· post> is to promote and coordinate eveni.i:; whichcelebratethediventi· ty. unity and history of tht- lt>Rbian and gay community, in ordt>r to cn•atea path towards a positive fu. ture for all humanity, including people of color. women. the physi· cally challenged and our child· ren:' In other action, a set ofproi><»ed rules and guidelinee for the 1990 1..eebian Gay Pride Parade was BC<'epted by the group. Mi Ming from the draft of this year's rules. prepared by parade co-chair& Debbie Holmes and "Lady Victo­ria Lust;' was the controvt·rsial language regarding the "image" and dress code of the pride parade included in the 1989 rules. Last year's rules called cross·dressing by men with facial hair "demean· ing;· discouraged "negative" J» litical displays and encouraged participants to promote a "potii· tive and favorable image." Some people had complained when that document. was accepted that the guidelines violated their right to freedom of expression The rules approved this year al· so emphasize the importance of a positive image, but the dress code is less restrictive, barring only clothing that might be deeml-d in violation of state obscenity stat· utes and city ordinancee. The ref­erences to cross-dressing with fa· cial hair were removed completely from the code. A ban on roller skates, skate boards and bicycles in the parade waA included this year for insur· anctt and safety r~ason•. A minor flap arOtle over proce­dural technicahtiee regarding tht' development. of merchandise fea· turing the pride week logo. Mar· keting committee representatives Claire Koepsel and Leslie Perez displayed a sample tank top and T-shirt with the IOKO in two color combinations. Jim Vilven, co-chair of the pub­lic relations graphics committee, said there had been some prob­lems with reproduction of the art· work for mt'n·hand f", pnrti<-ular ly when th(> logo Y.Usrt•dU("l•d. The print al tht• bottc1m of lht· lof{O (which reads ''Houston (..(·sbiun Gay Pride Wt'<'k IH9(J") t·onnot. be read when the logo is reduced, he said. But Bar Wil~on l'taid tht> plan· ning body had voted at the !\ov. JO meeting that tht• executive t'Om· mittee would nnt he alfowt-d to change tht• logo, and had al&0 vot· ed toaccr•pt the colnr8 in oneofthe artist'i; rendt·ringK t1hown at the l'o\'ember met:ting us the official logo color:. Further. Wilson not('d thot thoa;e votes were not mdudt-d in the copy of theminuU•i:> ol'tht• f'ov. :lO meet· ing, which were nt·ct·pt('d by the planning body ot its met'ling on Dec. 27. Members vott"d fiflit ton·vi8E'the mi nut~ of the ~o\-·t·mber met'ting, then to allo"" the cummitt('(> to adapt the lol('.o to rt'BOl\"t' tht• rt'pro­duction prohll'ms for markt'ting PUrpo8f's The tank tC>p and T-shirt Y.(•rc later auctiont-d off w n Mymbolic "fir&t&aleofufflcitilmcrrhtmd111tt." Jac"k Vahn.,,\n tt\1ort..ed on th~ publications ('omm1ttt't•'t1 Jlhms for the 1990 lt•sbiun-KRY pridt· week guide, which will change to a mag· azine format thii-; year CM l 2 by 11 inchesl. The committ('(' hupeai to distribute at lt>wit 20,000 copies and mail out about 10,000. Vatin?->ki said. The next g.-nera1 bueinese meet ing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wedna.day. Feb. 21' at Oignity Center. 'J217 Fannin. The art of change in Montrose: 'Fe Fi Faux' The Ay JEl>'F BRAY fhf' Muntro•t· \.'oi« 4amee Bo.well. owner of Fe Fi Faux tpron_ounced Fee Fye Foe). preseni. a 11tnking figure in Montroee. H11 itrawberry blonde hair haa the fly •way ttxture or straw, combining •••ith the well trimmed beard to inake him look like a nineteenth ~ntury tcholar-one of Freud's col· kagu<'li. perhapK Instead, James is a child of the ~01n war Baby Boom, raised in a snddle claii8 home m Ft. Lauder ~ale. Shunnini' the regular nine to five routine, likf' 110 many of his con· temportmet1. he has settled in Hou,._ ~on, and livH a8urprisingly flexible lite. Nu doubt, there are sky11craper txt-cutn·ee who "-OU Id envy hi1 frtt­iom of movement and creat1\'1ty, but 1t wait not an e&11y thing for him to matt-rialize. : Hi• studio it1 on the second floor of 11 11tark white Artigiani complex on f'hepht'rd, onoi:;M from St. Anm•1 t?atholic School. Sunshine pourR in Jhrough the Mouth windows, gleam '1~K oft the m1rror·hke black pointed flooni. 1 .. Tlwre uMed to be a building next )t•10r that blocked the light." heHys. waving out at val·ant space. Look lna down, thrrf' 11 a rectangular lot If brown dirt, lrrtihly graded. Be­ond that ill the Exxon car waith, u.Ullllif with a<1i\·1ty. The mter,;e<:· ion uf We.theim<'r and Sheph<'rd uokt1 fr.-nell<·. and a.bov.eitall, in th. ' rilhont ha1(' looms the massive t-W Randall'• flagship store, 111 retn roof rising hke some pagon cmple-tht• Forbidden City on Wet1the1m<'r. l ·Rumor haM it Exxon is going to xpand the car wash and make a on\-·enient·e •tore,'' h. e. ••y.·a.with a 1gh. lie would prefer that lo 1<>me razy narrow h1ghrase that would n~ again block the sunhght. llf' ahow• off h11 umque works of rt. a product of Fe F1 Faux •·J had picked the name, and thought it wa11 a little too cle\'t>r whrn the Pot1t <.'ame out. the same week with an article about. faux fin Mhmg;' he1ay1 ruefully. "The title of their article waa the exact same 81 -~ PHOTO BY JEFF BRAY /"'''of pt,,pfe say tht•;.· hupe I U'lm "t pamt that pl{'C(' of fi..rmturt• ' tht' namt of my company Iruny llffmi. to be a <"UMlc•mary thing in hi11 life. It had nothinf{todowith me. hut that'• all right,' he 1Sa}'M. Tho11t' lit tie quirky things can work for you." JamNI haa b<-en in busint•u for thrt't' year11, finding unique pi<.-ct·11 ol fum1turf' anrl painting them in t·xot• it· colors and textureai. He ft'<'hl tht• ttrm "faux·• does not do him juHti1·(', bt-c.·auHt> hf' ui.ualh-· shie1 awtw from tht cu•tomary m8rble and ~ranitt• .f.tn..i ahes 110 many of hill compd1ton 1Waut1rul pi('("t'!I offurniturt'adurn the mom, painted in aumptuouM 1frtt"n11, luMh red•, and andf'nt li(rt"f'ns. Some tables, which, m tht·1r previous life would be ordinary aC' t'f'Horit"ll to a li\'ing room or h11ll way, now look amazingly dramat1(': and old-almost fosRilizl'<i. Ev(•n in the brightly lit room. their fimshts ha\-"t' a tiht'fn and a depth that only hint at the beauty tht•y would puK­M'P under atrategic lighlinK 'I don't really k('f•p up with otht·r art11111 in th.- CJty:· Jamt·s 11aysconfi dt·ntly I like to kt·ep to my own Ill 11t1ncts," B1·fon• ht· moved to llou11ton, Jamt1' livt-d in New York. wlwrn he nwt 11rt1M~ who taught him the art of fnux fini11hinl('.. Whill' t·njoying tht· t·ulturnl atip('(.·ta of the l"ity. ht· aoun n·111izt-d that ~f' .... York v.a1 not 1m t'llti~ plac. in which to llH •·1 wafln"t really pn·partd for N""' \'11rk."he1ay1,f<milinK I li\"f'dw1th my employt>r for awhilt'. th1·n paid aom('(me to find me an aparlmt·nt It wa11 on Fir11t and Hou"'ton. and thut wn11 more than ten yt>ani al(o. l>t"lon· 1t w1:u1 a nit·e place to livl'! I waR younl(. Ewrything I had W8M11tolt·n within a wl'ek. l slept in n RIN·ping bftK on the noor. You had to chip away the tubtoseeifthere waaany por(.'l"lain underneath. 1 t'\'entually mon-d into the b&Memt>nt ufth<· an· taque 11tore where I worked." He says he never appreciated how well he had fo·ed in Florida. and wa11 thinking of movinK hack tht>rt' wh<·n hit1 mother cunW<1t-d him from Houtiton. wht·re 11he had JUlll mo\-·ed. At finot. he wouldn·1 think of living here, but 11-he informt-d him thnt Hhe was dyingofcanc:t'r, and he ru11-ht·d to Texal'I to be with ht•r. "'I thought Hou!'lton would ht> all tumble weed11. I didn't think it wa11 s renl <:itv. I really didn't want to KO batk tO Ft. Lauderdalt'. eatht't. I didn·t want todotr~lli11 bamboo pat· tt·rrwd wallpaper bark tht·re. which wait about all thf"l'e ,.,·as to do hatk tht•n. Houi;ton WU \"f.'l'Y acood for mt"" Jumt'tl waH ~hocktd at tht> 1in of thf' tlly, and immt-duttf'IY 11·t about finding work to help aupport him· tit'lf and his ailing motht·r. I IE- ht·ld down four jobs until altt·rhndt·nth, thl'n t1t•ttll•d down into a routine, workinK cons(•('Uti\"t'ly thmul{h tht' rt'C.'t'Sllion of th('- mid i!ll'l(l'a. Ont' deliKht£ul NUrpril'lt' WUM find mK th~ arts Oouri11hinK'. 1111 well m tht'cit,·. He hecamt·a dreun tor the theate·r,, and continues tu t'll.JUY thi1 JHtrl time function 'I haven·t itottt·n tu drt'fi an) B1Kf0es:· he tiay1, "'but l"v1· drt• .. <-d nt'xt to the Hil{giee, hkt> Pa,·or11tu I \·t> .. wrted bt·ing reque11ted for tho· ruH and dressing rooms he<-Au11t· I M·t·m to have th<' personahty to han· dh• thn11e big kids." During The King und I, hf' hod to drt·IUI 16 mt'n. Each COM(Ullll' IM hiM· tori<·ally corrt'Ct. from the <.'fm11·t• to tht> '?-apes. Every button is txac-t, and 1c•mt' costumes art tnormou1ly hravy and ornate. One rf'C'<"nt tihnw had n\'t'r ·100 C08tume <·hangt'I in 20 mmutea. and an at·tor may hll\-'t' to luK around in U\'er 60 pounds of dothing whilt" trymlf to pt·rfonn Whih· thi11 i11 all very intf'rt11tmg, howt \'er. Jame11- find"' hi11 w1·8lt .. t 1nti11faction and fulfillmt·nt in his art. Ht u11ed to lov<• huntinl{ for an· tiquts, but finds thot moKt PH"<"~ ol furniture he really likl'I do not nf'('d to be painted. He refor1 to the11e pieces of fumitutt aa 'forms." 'Occasionally J find a nt'w form to paint. It'• very difficult, he-cause when I see something I like, I ui.ual· Jy want to keep it lik~ it la." He likes workmg for a dl!tiigner who has very strong ideu about why a piece should be painted. If the de"'igner has a good reaMOn for such an application, JameR fl'f'18 good about holding the mt('grity of the furniture. "Lots of people say they hope I won't paint that piec1' of furniture. I wouldn't." He works often with chemicalH, where corrosive material• ar~ put on metals and wood11 to create an aae<l and pocked look He pndt"8 h1mM"lf in that he can tum a new pit'«· of bronze into an archaoological find He ah10 paints floor meu in t•xotic colon;, as well 81'1 whole floors with glazed finishee and intricate sten· Montrose Voice is the First Choice! cih1 L---------- "I don'l advertiee at all," he says Perhaps it i8 becautlt' ht• is MO soft spoken and shy. "I don't like to ex r------- ----, potJemyselflikethut. I lt-t tht,mccimt• m tome. ..You have to be careful. You can't do a Job ju11t for the mon<'y. Somf'o!lne may have a \-·iaion for a p1f'<:'t, bul it will end up being fort"ed. Thet'awhy I had to learn to run a businf'lll an· 11tead ofbeini' JUl'll th~ cAsual 11rti11t l"ve maintained it •lowly and d1dn"t force the iuue. I h·t it ell huppt'n nat urally, which i11 the 1Uff'tlt for me, JWr!tOnally." The traffic has reacht-d illl fever pitch for lunch, and thtre i• a poli<.'e car being sent through the car wash .. They probably thmk 1 "m c-razy because J'm always looking out the windows." JamH aay1, laug-hing 'They don·t know wh~t I do up here. Uo I live here? Do I work ht·re'! They don't knov. Ht> looks owr his latest projt'C.1- gold leaf on canvaa-very txpt.>n 11vf'. Very unu1ual and pamstoking. Very exclusive. "Maybe it"e a fear of aucc<. .. a;· he wonders. ''At least I'm finally docu menting my work" BETTER LAUJUS & GARDEUS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape - Lawn Care - Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523 .. LAWil FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1990 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Cleaning up Montrose: Crime fighting or class wars? We're working !, to bring you o Fru Jl<lj(l• I Sarnh Brunon onJ Juhn Z1ppril·h ot lht> ,\t'nrto""n Auonutwn, •<'oil litton ol cw1c acroup•, think th~ v.t>tld) rt·nll.lls and t'llMY M<·reenmg of 1ppli,·untJ1 ultrat·t JJt,•oplt> ""hollrt' d1t-hont'Ht Hrunon. prt".A>1drnt of 1't arwwn in 198~. and Z1ppril·h, ht•ad ul tht> ori(11mzahon"• 1u»1.ually urit-ntt·d hu1un~u <'ommitt('t', 11aid l'\vartuwn i(Ot im·o)1;ed with the n.·ntal prop<'rtiee wht.'n mt'mben1 of the SOB cummitl<'4.' rl'aliu-d many urea prc»>t1tutt'll wt·rr opt.'ratmg out of apurtmt•ntK Hrunon timd :-.;1•artown th<>n at tt·mpu·d to ('ommuni<.·att• with the 'ub~1·1Ht•t• hrndlordH" of the "prob­lt ·m" pro1n·rti1·a. Tht' fir11t 11t<>p, she tiuid. WUH tu n•nlirm tlu· problem of illt-l(al 1U"t1nty ul t1usped lo<'utmns, Ul'lllK poli<.·t• rnll reJ)(Jrtll. l'\enrtown ""ould tht•n rom11ih• t1U1ti11tic. fin tht' !0(·11tion und do tht• titlt• rt'tit•arch to determme who the o"" nt>r• wrrf!. Tht la11t l!llt·p ol tht• prl)('t'aM would ~to t1tnd u lttter totht· landlord, inlorm ma him ht her of what v.ait happen ml{ at thl' addreu and rt'QUt'tlUng a l't'a;J""'"e •h1:s1ud 'Almo5t al""·ay$, thty wuuld M""nd ba<·k u pos1t1,·t· rt'tlponst': Brunon ... 1d l auully tht•y would 11ay tht'y d1dn t knov. and that tht·}"rl' j{oing to muke t·hanJCl'8:' llo""t\"t'f', Brunun da1mt'd, the <·hanl(t .. u1oually didn ·t happt'n. and tht· t·ommun1cation tolt•ppt-d with the fin-t ltitt-r Thi• Jl'ln't alwa)~ trut':· she not t·tl ·t rnn tt·IJ you ont· 11tory ... th('rt• WUI' 0111 \landlord' who hud MOmt' re· nl problt•mi; at om· tinH' ... ht> tooptr· utl'Cl ""ith Ul'I nnd wound up Joming Oldtr propnties l1ke this one, 110"1t' in dt·tt-noratm11 c~md1tum, are hom1• to many 111 Mont ruse who arp <'011N1dnt-d ''at ru;k for ho1111'11·111oi1 u the r-.;eartown A:iSOCiation. lie workt'd with Uh and dt·aned up h111 properties. and tht'y're not a prob­ll'm nnymore "If these people ""ould JUMt \"uiit their pro~rtil's more. if they'd pay att.t>ntion to what waM happeninK tht-rf!. it ""ould help a lot. I think some property oY.nt'r.1 dt-lihl.'ratt·ly d1r.tanc..· thl'mi;eh-e11 from tht·ir pro1>­ert1es;: Brunon rtontinued Hrunon rt'Jl'Cted the notion thut the driw by home oY.nerto to "dt'an up'' Montroll.e U; a d1sguU.t>d war on the poor. or any rl'i<id1·nt group ''That ·s jutot ridiculou~. l'ot all poor prople commit crim('s." 11hto 11a1d ···rn('rl' an· ways to scrt't'n appli t·ant11. Wt>"ve made i;uggestionH to tht·~e landlords." I rould g i\'e .several t-xamplt,. of S>t'<1ph· who Mt• ;..;l'<lrtown 1m·ml1t•r11 who own r1·nt11I propt>rly The.-t· an· also low rtlll 1>r11pertit'll, and tht•y kl'4.·p tht·m up. Thn go tu tht· troubh· of rtontinK to pt>t•plt· who an• not in· vulnd m l1T1mt-) a.nd thry don't ha\ l' th1• probh ms, Hrunon 11uid. Z1ppm·h Mnid his comm1tttt•'a 1n \"t>Sti5{t1tmns rne11lt-d ff\l'l'al prop. vrt1es .... 1th n1m1 problem• altm hud hn· nnd ht•alth t't>de \·1olut1c11ui. .. Ai thou~h tht• 1·1ty as uauplly t'UOpera· t1H•, m1tmtrnK nn m\ t1111gation ol 11uch ,·1olat1ons 111 a lt·ngthy proce-... ht· tuiid. For th111 rt uM>n. the gn1ups hll\'t' tried u \ 11rit1y ti! utht•r ways to fCt'l tht· hmdlordH' 11t1t·nllu11, mdud 11\K pi1·k1111 of somt' ol tht· propt·rt.1111. A rt•,·urrmM nonw in hoth Hrunon'11o 1md Z1pprith'a filt'8, ttl'l wt'll ll!I thot<t• ol tht· ~urth Montro8t' ('iv11· A> r1dut10n·K ,Jody Hoh. ir. Lynn Ill: qu('t. who1 t· rum11any, I 1md Y ProJ)t'rlit"8, opt-ntlt•t1 91x Montrou ap.artmvnt oomplt·Xt'll, m· duding I.a~ Ho1•a• Bousqul'l Sllld •he f~l11 11ht' and othl'r IRndlnnbi hmt> bl.-t·n unluirly utta1-kt'(l for thmKs that un· not tht>ir htult l'\"t' really ht't•n trying hurd to Kt t tht' right kind of pt'i>plt> into my prop(•rtit•;· Bout1.qu<•l 11u1d "l\·t· trwd to 1mprt'sl!I it on the mana6(1•rl!l, that ii thl:'y have bad \·ibt.·,. about anyont', or iftht·re's u qut'l•tion tht'.\ might bl.' involved in Noml'lhinK illt .. gal. don "t lt·t them in "Sometimes tht·re's JUtot no wuy IOr tht• mnnngt·rs to know Wht·n l>l'Oplt· ('Omt• in lO rent an apart nwnt, u~uolly thl.'y'n· l&ll snublw:d up und looking good .. tht·n. ullf•r th<._,. movt· in, they IN tht·1r h1ur do""n and 1t ull l'i>m<'tl out. You cnn on!;.· do:;omurh whenyou·rt'M'rt'i.'ll ing an applicant." Bousquet ~;aid :;ht' <lJ('l'et't4 thut ht·r li('rt't·ning application may not 00 filrid enough. "In foct. yt"S, I do think that"ti one ol tht' thing• Wt' nt'i..-d to do .. we need to 11:et mort• in· d1·pth information.' She stood by her wttkly n·ntalt1, howt·vtt. ''lfl' nlwaya be-t·n my In· tention to providt· clean. d~n·nt houbing for people who don't hnn• much money."· Bou!<qut•t aa1d '"Moiot ol m\· tt'nants are blu(' t"Ollar work· t-rs ~ho get paid by the wl't'k. and rim only rent that .... ay.' Mhe said. Ht>pairs ha,·e bt.'t'n blow. t<hl' •aid. brt·auMt· the company i.imply hul'ln "t hud tht• mom·y to inn•fit in the im provem<·nt11. ··We're J<l'ttmg it dorll', but slowly.' lih<' soid. ''Peoplt• don't ;t·t·m to realize that tht•f't' 1>robh·m AFH presents HIV-AIDS treatment workshop AIDS Foundation Houston will sponsor an HIV/AlDS tre&t­rnent workshop on 'fuesday, Feb. 13 at Bering Memorial Unlted Methodlst Church, 1440 Harold. 1n the Fellowship Hall. The three hour workshop will begin prompt.(y at NXl p.m. Dr Gathe will address cur­rent medlca.l ISSues regarding HIV infection and AIDS, includ ing various tre&tmente a.nd the direction of current research Dr Rios will cover many of the psycholog!ca.l Issues asaociated A panel of medlca.l experts will discuss many of the current medlca.l IBsues in HIV illness to overview the direction &nd tren<IB 1n t.rea.unents for HIV ln· Montrose Neighbor· hood with HIV, 1ncludlng depression. den1al, fear, anger and stress, and will also d!acusa coping skills Houston's topic will be the pharmaco­log! ca.l aspects of HIV !vents fecUon and related Ulnesses The panel will include Dr, Jo­seph Oat.he Jr., &n .tnfect1ous dieee.ee e-pecla.llet w\.t.h Health Associates of Houston; Dr. Arturo Rios, director of Heights Psychiatric Clfn!c; Edna HOUB· ton, Kroger's head pharmacist and Jack Kerr, director of the Houston Clfn!ca.l Rese&rch Net-work. treatment, such as drug Interaction a.nd side sf· feet.a, and Kerr will introduce m&OJ' of the current and up­coming testing protocols avail· able in the Houston area. Refreshments w1ll be served, donated by Kroger Dell, 3300 Montrose. The presentation will be offered at no charge and destgnecl to be informal, with time devoted to questions and answers. For more 1nforma.· tion, please call the AFH educa­tion department at 623-6796. -Band membership The Lone Star Symphonic Band ts currently seeking new mem· bers. The drive, with the U&eme 'Get your tnstruments out of the closet." will be gotng on un· Ul Ma.rch 31, members said Pllrsons Interested 1n pls,ytng a.n lnstrumont with the band are urged to come to the re­hearsals, held Monda,y ew­ntngs at 7:30 &t Metropolitan Communlt;y ChW'Ch, 1919 De· e&tur. All levels of pls,ytng Bllill· '<¥ ..,,. enoour"lfod. The band 1B pla.nntng many events thls year, but 1s most ex· cited about the trip this August to Vancouver, Canad.a for c.e1a. br&tion '90: Ge,y Ga.mes III a.nd CUlrural Festival, the members S&!d. The band will be joined there by other members on.es-bian and Gay Bands of Amarlca. (WBA) a.nd will perform dur­ing the opening and closing oer­ernorues of the games. Other events planned for this year tnclude a trip to Denver 1n March for the lGBAconference a.nd to pa.rtlcipate in the Denver St. Patrick's DeyP&nWe,&trodl· tional lesbian Ge,y Pride Week ooncert, SPrin8 and fall con~ oerts a.nd &yea.NOnd Christmas event with other oommWlitqr performtng groupe. The band will also be holding several fund ra.tsers to raise the money necessary to send the group to C&nada. in the sununer. For more information on jolnlng Lone Star Symphonic Band or corning band events, call Connie Moore at 522-4282 -Meals grant Chr!St.!an Communlt;y Service Center (CCSC), & coalltion of 31 churches and Human Servic­es.. recipients.addect Montrose resident wins national script contest MontrOlle rt'l'lident Richard Grei;cory Roach 18 one of three winn('n; ot tht tenth annual Mid"est Radio Theater Work shop l'cript ronteaJt. a national radio script ~earch. The contest wa!< funded with support from the !"' ational Endowment for the Art.s. the MitJSouri Art.a Council and the Art.8 Commis sion of Columbia, Mo., where the competition ia bl&sed. The winning script, a radio play titled "Horse Arms;· is Hol&ch's finit attempt at broad· cast script writing. The play. tht play dt·vote t<in id< .. ablt0 at· based loosel}· on a factual news n.•· t('ntion to the charactt•r a trial. port., is about an American Indian H11nch 11aid h(' did not folio .... up m described by Roach as deaf. dumb the trial of the.• man in tht· actual and retarded, who is caught chw; report. ing a Union Pacific locomotive on Roach, alt4o working on a stagt· horseback and shooting at the play. t'aid "Hors<' Arms" is his train with a bow and arrow. firl't finisht'd work a... . a full-time Roach said the inspiration for writt'r. He has bttn involved in the acriptcame from a news clip he ist•veral local theiltrical produc:­heard on the radio about a similar tions a" an actor and dirN·tor. incident. "I decided it. would be in· MoHt r('(.'t•ntly, ht• Rt>J>t·im•d in the t.eresting to explore his motiva- Tower ThNlll'r'8 production ot tion, what. would make him do "Hhear Madne!!s'' as antiqut• dt·al· such a thing;· said Roach. Though er Eddie Lawrent·t• Tht> Midwest Radio 11water Workshop. a project of KOP:\ community radio in Columbia. began in 1980asthefin;tradio drama conference in O\'er thrti.> decades. Each year. the work shop toponsors conferen<.~ and training events, provides tech· niral assistance servicl'8, pro­duces educational materials and sponsors the national script search. Other winners of the compe· tition thiB year are Linda Kant'.' of Sonoma, Calif. and Aaron Mermelstein of St. Louis. AIDS legislation wins Miss. Senate approval Uy ROBEHT NAYLOR JR. JACKSON, M1 iAPl-A bill that would set up a state wide AIDS education program hus ~n approved by the state Senate, but the mea&ure includes no funding There was no debate and no dis· aentmg votes. "'I was shocked:· Hid Sen. Rob­ert. Huggins, chairperson of the Senate Public Health and Welfare Commiltl'('. He handled t.he bill on the floor. It. now goee to tht.' House. "We took tht'.' heinous at.uffoutof the bill undjustcamewith theedu· cation package to get our foot in the door;· the Grt'enwood lawmak er said. The bill would give the state De­partment of Health 90 days ofter the ml'aioure'1 July 1 effective date to •t-l up a titate wide information and education program on AIDS and llepaliti1 B. a viral infection of the liver. The program would have to at~s sexual abstinence before marriage, fidelity during mar· riage, and homosexuality as an unacceptable lifestyle. The department also would es­tablish workplace guidelines for employers to disseminate AIDS information to workers and for dealing with employees infectc.'tl with the virus that causes the di!'· eaMe. The guidelines would ht- vol· untary. T he department's efforts would pay particular attention to "peo· pll' with behavior conducive" u, transmission of the virus, minori· ty groups and people under 18 years of age. AIDS-acquired immunl' defi C'iency syndrome-robs the body of ita abilit.y to fight off opportu· nistic infections that almost al· ways re.ult in death t.o the VIC't1m The human immunodt!fic1ency virus, or HIV, which cauMee the di ellMl' it p1u t>d through the ex­chuni; i:e of body lluids. Its viC'lims have mo8t ollt'n hfl•n homot1-exunl mE'n. intravenou~ druK UMt'rM p,nd hemophili.a('S, ulthoui;ch the dis· ease has not bt•t>n <.'Onfined to th~e groups ~·ationwidl', more than a fourth of the AID~ \"ktim111 hun bet·n from rl&cial minontit•ti The hill would ullnw tht> 1h·part mE'nt of llt•nlth to c·ontrol't with privott·, non-profit groups to hl'lp di11Kt'minote information, but at leust one c·ontrllC't th<> agt·nr·y l'Ur· rl.'ntly Juu1 would bt· vnidt'<I under the menKUrt'. Th<> dtpnrtm(·nt c·ontrat"tM with tht• Mia"itu1ippi (;uy Allinm·t· to ht•l1> t'pread information to !ht' ho· m<M4<'xual community. But tht• hill says l·ontrat·U. could nut he m11dt• with group1 thut "advocntt· or pn>­mot<> tondu<·t that \'1olnh>t1 titate­law."' llornotit'Xual art• llrt 1llf'gal un· der Mississippi !av. Huggins said, howe\"er. that the Department of Health would have to design programs to get informa· tion to the gay community. The bill includes no funding for the programs. but Huggins said about SI70,000 in granU) already is a,·ailable. He said the progrum11 would cost about S400,000. The state dO<'!> not have the mon ey to spend. he said. ''Since we don't have themunt·y, we've got to got. the grant routl.', .. ht• odd ed. Thi.' bill doesn't go nc•arly UM for lUJ it was introduced by Sen. Mar· garet Tate of Picayune or as far as a proposal 1:1ponsored by St·n. Bar· hara Blanton of Brandon The provisions included by those lawmakers included widt .. spread ~esting. including Blanton ·s plan for adminiKterin)t AIDS tl'fiL'" to marriage lict•ntse np· plicanl.8. 11 n111 raullt' ua quite a ft-w pmb­lt- 11111 too Pf'Olll~ mo'\it' m they look uka~ tht•n tht\ JU8t moH• vut ""1th­out pu)mJZ rf'nt.. They trash lht­npannu ·nt und r11ut1t• qiroh· 11 m11) Hnd v.t• dou t Jft l unvtlung." real newspaper The .... 'To lit· J't rh-ctly hum•1>t. 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For a copy and more information call Twelve Oaks Medic3rl Tower 4126 Southwest Freeway, Suite 1616 Houston, Texas (713) 960-1616 or Fax# 960-9307 4 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDA V. FEBRUARY 9. 1990 New treatment designed to boost immune system Study: Positive test doesn't increase suicide ideas PlTl'SBURGH (AP>-H(' t:archerai at. t.he P1ttaburgh Cancer ln• Utute ae.id they a re hopeful un experimt-n· tel AIDS treatment will enable pa tienl8' own cell11 to mhiblt replica· lion of the deadly HIV virus and fight other inkct1om1 that plague AIDS vict1m11. 'l'he Univer11ity ol Pituiburteh hos bf:11un clinical trialai of u new there py designed to ~t the immune aystem of AIDS patient•. rei;earch er~ aaid Jan 25. The treatment m velvu removing the viru1·killing white blood et-II• from AIDS pa tienta, then activatinw tht· cell• and reLuming tht·m to the patit-nt.¥. '1'h11 111 a completely novel ap­proach to tht· treatment of HIV in fect1on and AIDS. and to that extent i• tocientafically n ·ry exciting;• eaid tJi: Monto Ho. chturJ)t'riJon of mfec-tioua diseases and microbiology at the University of Pittsburgh Pitt.aburgh is the only site for tht: trials, which will involve six pa tients with AIDS or AIDS-related complex. They will receive six doses of their own activated cells ov('r IJ weeks, followed by 11 weeks of test&. AIDS disarms the body's natural immune aystem by crippling helper 'l'·cella, which normally direct tht' vi rus·kilhng cells, known as killt'r T cel111, to multiply to disease-fighting levels. The new therapy selectively removes and amplifies killer T·cells through the use of interleukin·2 The six-month study. which bea-an in December, is sponsored by Ap­pli~ Immune Sciences Inc. of San Franci11co and the National IMt1 tute of Allergy and Infectious l)O.. ('Hlt'AGO IAP.t-Doctont m't'd not b<- unrly ronc-.rnt'd about do­inK AII>S-v1rut1o tt'tltinK for fear that patu:nt• miKht commit eui C'idt' 11 thl'y learn they art-inlt•ctt-d, Bl'COrdinK to the author of a nt·w 1:1tudy 'Givt-n thl'1mpro\'l'd t-arly treat mt-ntti tor 111\'-relatt·d illnt.-1st·"· neither physicianK nor patientH should avoid t1t·t•king tht· t('tlt for fear th(•y won"t beubletodt•ol with the rt'MUlts;• t1Uid Dr. :jamu(•l Perry, proft·1o11:1or of clinical J)Kychiatry at Cornt•ll Uninrt1ity t<rh>dkal Col lege in New York "lt 11:1 not an imminent death 11entent't'. as mony p("Ople lx•lievt'." With propt"r coum1eling, people who learn tht>y tlrl' mft·t·ted with the AIDS virus are no more likelv to think about killing themi-elve: than th011e who learn tht·y are vi· ru11·frN•, Pt·rry end other researC'h· ers reportt-d in a study publh1hed in today's J ournal of tht' Amt-ri can Medknl A, IO(;ation Hut regardle .of tf'St result&, tht- ratt• of 11u1C'1da.l thought. among people who han• tra.118 that pu, them at higher r111k of gt-t Ung the infection i111ign1fic;antly higher 1han the rate in tht" gt-nt-rnl population. the 11tudy found Suicidal ideas p•:rsiAtt>d in alx1ut 15 percent of 11ubjecl8 at high risk for AIDS. whetht•r they y.·ert• found to ht' infoctl'd or not, rt· roearcht·rs said The Htudy r('portE'd on :lH mt•n und 57 women who <.·omplett'<l i\o gauge depret;sion at intervals two week8 l>t:fort'. and one week and two months ofter no­tification of results of their AII>S· virus tests, r~earchen; said. "'Then/~ both a reassuring port of the study and a more worrisome pan of the !'tudy.' said Perry, th(' lead author o f the 11tud)· "The rea,i.suring part 111 that if people at risk for infection an· gl' · en adequate pre-and post·tt't1t Report: Infections decline, risk lessens for heterosexuals By DEBORAH Mfo:S("E when 1.4 million will be infected. Control f( '" THE MO,.H• VOICE Also, the number of new AIDS The CDC, which l-t>timat('8 that WASHINGTOI\'. (AP>-A new re. port says the number of Ameri· cans becoming infected annually with the virus that.cau1:wt> AIDS is declining. although the number of new AIDS coses will continue ris­ing until 1995. cases will continue to rise until alxiul I million people in tht' Unit· 1995 and then begin to decline, ed State11 are HIV·inft'<·ted now, is and the number of AIDS deaths revising it.II projl'<'tionK for future will peak at around l 10,000 in 11prt'ad of the diHeOioit' 1997, Plumley's projections show. A draft report rt•leuHt•d E·arlit·r Years can elapse between the thito month predicted that projec­time of infection with HIV and the lions for the numbers of cases will The report's author, Peter onset of AIDS. No one is known to Plumley, a consulting actuary in have recovered from AlDS Chicago, also 88YS the chances He predicted that by the year that a heten~exual not u8ing 2000 there will have been a total of dn.1gs intravenously will ~·ome l.J million AIDS cases and about infected are remote and that AIDS 1.1 million AIDS deaths. prfvention effon11 f()('US too much His figures do not include HI\' on this group. infections and AIDS cases among Plumley writee in the January- blood transfusion recipients, February iseue of Contingencies hemophiliacs and children. which magazine that the number of new account for about 5 percent of the annual infections with th<' human total infections. immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, As of Dec. :n. 1989. AIDS had peaked in 19b6 and is going down. been diagnosed in 117,781 Ameri· However, he say11 the total num- cans. Sixty percent. or 70,313. had bet of HIV-infected Americans died since June 1, 1981, according will continue to ri1:H• until 1991, to the federal Centers for Disease be about 15pt>rcent lower than pre­vioull CDC estimates. ClX' l'pokt·i;perKon Gayle Uoyd said until the agency i11.11ut·a new proJt'<'tions, •·no ont• here ill inter· eitted in talking about anyone else's pro1edion11:• Pluml('y aa1d. "One of the moet disturbing asp«ts of the AIDS ep­idemic- is tht- number of pt'ople who haq• become eonet-rned unnec:t'S· 11arily about the l'pidemic" Tht.- \.'irus is spread mainly through contact with bodily fluids, includintc suual intt-r· course, parti<:ularly anal 1<ex, and sharing ol nt-(·dlt'fll. lt111 chief vie- Pittsburgh to host Softball World Series The 1990 aoft.b&ll aeaeon for pl~rs &nd omcta11 of the North.American Gay Aml.teur Athlei.u:. Aa8oe1at1on (N.AGAAA) wW kick off 1n m1d·Fet>. nl8J'y In Pltt.sburgh. host. 1eriee for th1a yee.r's N.Af'JAAA GfV' world Se­rleo The St.eel CU;y Softl)oll i_.., will weloome delefl&t.ee to the aseoc1· at.10n'1 annual aprtng meet.1ng8 At t.he meat.1J:l48, delegwte wW d18- CU88 sever&l ~ecta. 1'1'lg· As p&rt.ofa t.radit.1on&l gesture,del· eg&teS trom Atlanta.. host city for the 1969 Gay Softb&ll World Serie&. &re expectec1 to formally present. ''The NAO.AM. GfV' Softb&ll World Sertee~ to members oft.he Pit.tsburgh deleg&­uon 1n separate oeremoniee Seuon pl>,y 18 expoctod to beg1n In moat. NAOAAA-atrlli&t.ed le&«U91 tn t.he last few weeks of April andculm1- n&te 1n theN.r'lyp&l'\of 1ng from rule chanC• fort.he 1990 eoftblJl eeriee to & rou­tJ. ne rev1aw of the CWTent. by· laws. The deleg&tM wtll alao t&ke &guided tour of the faoll1· uee to be uaed 1n PlttSl::rurgh during world eeriee P1'Y Xonirosil Rel&Jlbor­hoo4 B11on1 August.. The -.eon will oont.1nue as mem­ber lee.gue& send team8 to PittSburgb 1n l&te August to compete 1n the l990G'1WOrld8&­rleo Thia year'• event 18 expeoted to be the largest ga,y world sertee. as well as the f1ret to be sponeored by one of the sm&ller NAGA.AA-atf'U1ated 188(\.11!11. M.embert of the Steel Clty Soft.b&ll 1'16gU9. under the a.usptoes of N&ncy Prib1Ch. haven't let that fact. hinder them. u t.bey have l1ned up such·~ u Btroha beer l the of· f1c1al beer &poneor ), USAlr ( the c:d!'l· c18l a.i.rllne) and Amertcan E:xprees Travel (the o:ncial travel r.gent). NU are alao'otng on wtth other po­~ nual large oorporate &poll80rl, PribiCh 8Jd. Sponeorshlp ta alao be­mg a.uiment.ed by .aorta or Pitt.a­burgh Tavern Guild and the I.&mbd& Pound&Uon. org&ruzere l81d- Violence in Oregon prompts meeting PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)-A new The violence spread downtown wave of violence against homo- on Dec. 14 when two women were eexuals has leader• of the city'• attacked and beaten by three men gay commun ity concerned in a parking lot. The latest targeta have been The violence prompted a neigh-men who have gone alone to borhood meeting in t he area Laurelhurst Park, a meeting •pot around Laurelhurst Park for gay men on the city'1 aoutheast "My main concern is people's aide. welfare a nd safety:· said Mike A group of four men attacked a Knowles, a neighborhood r~ident man with a broken bottle and a who organized the meeting knife on Jan. 20, cau1ine injuries thet required 40 atitches. Lesbian TMk Force, t1aid the Ore­gon report• were part of a growing nationwidt' trE'nd "Vil!libility ha11 allowed us to or· gani1.e, educate and C'hallf'nge big· otry;' Berrill Kaid. ''However. it has al110 madt• ue more of a target."' Georgia Owen11, a 11taff as8i11t· ant to the Metropolitan Human Ril{hta Comm1uion. said the num· berof orficial reportA of violence do not reveal the real frequency of vi· olence against leebians and ga)' men in Portland. tims have been homof'exual malt-s and intravenouR drug userai. A homosexual mnle'a risk of contracting AIDS is about I in 500. according to Plumley. Hut the risk for a heteroi;exual engaging in vaginal sex is less than one in 8 million, providing their ot'X part· ners are not from a high·ri};k group. Prevention efforts within the ho­mo,.; exual, bisexual and intrave­nous drug u~er communities should continue, but .. valid rea· sons exist to attempt to temper warnings U.sued to pt<1ple whOHt' riski; are iuo remote as one in a mil· lion or lt"l>.!i> •·Hyperbole could diven the fo. cu"' from the truly 1erious areas of rilik. damage credibility of lhe pre­ventmn effort.sand create paranoi· a among those who don't und<':-- 1;tand and jeopardize their C'hanc es of forming the kinds ofrelallon ship.i; nece11sary to health and WE-11-being: he wrote. ' 1 J r g' C'ounrwling, notifyin them of in­f('(: tion d0('8n't mC"rt-8.llt' their risk of »uindal fidt·ft.11),' he snid in a tel· t-phonl' intt-t\ it y.; Thunidny, Feb. I 'J\t lt•ast not if tht·y are asymptomatic (1ymptom·frt't'J and ovt·r n 11hor t time;• ht' added " Tht> !t'fJK reoKHuring part ii! that J>t"oplt- at ril-1k tt<•t·m to han a high rah• of dt·prt•11t1ivr illnt'81 indt·pen· dt"llt of wht•tht·r th(·y·r~ infected with tht• virus;· he tiaid. "'When peoplt• coml• in st•eking n tt·st, it may ht• nn opportunity to idE>ntitY dt•Jm'BMion and moke an appropri· ate rt•lt>rral.'' lluc:tor11 han• bt•en over!)· con· c:ernf'<i about doing AIDS-virus tet1ting •·for feor pati('nt!l are going to go totally out thE- window" if they learn the)· are infected, Perry 110id. ""W<' JUllt didn't find that to be A prn:iou1 study found thf' nlle of 11uic1dt· in 1<.1K;1 among men agES 2U to 59 who had All>S n ot JU8t the infection, whil'h may tuke years to cau.e 11ymptom.e, but the actual di1Je&ae--wa• 36 t1mt11 the rate of men without All>S And another study, or 19"'6 Cali fornia death Cl'rtificatee found the relatiH suicide rate of men nges ~ to :39 who had AIDS W8JI it t1m<'» that of men without AlllS. tht• rt•· searchers said In the new study, umona- the 19 subJect11 who were found to he in fected, ralt'll of thinking nhout tlUI· cide were 28.6 p<>rtent ut t•ntry und :>.7.1 pertt'nt and 16.:J p<·r<.'t'nt at the follow·ups, the rt·tu.·arc:hers rt'" ported l\o subject reported increatied suicidal ideas at two month11. Among tht" 252 subjects m· formed they were virus· free. IPIUin dal ideas decreased from ,JO.Ii ptor· cent at entry to 17 I p('rct•nt und 15~4 perc_-ent at one w("(•k and two months after notifkatwn, the study found Attorney general files suit against 'ripoff' charity CHICAGO (AP>-State authori­tit.- a art• 1:1uing to st()p what they say is a "ripoff" charity. preying ()0 people'i; »ympathy for children with AIDS Tht· lawsuit, filed Jan. 25, ac· c:u1ed the t..;ational AIDS Preven tion lnatitutt• orCulpepe~ \'a.; Ap­ple Marketing of Hou11ton; and three Cook County, llL, busint.'68· mt·n of "fraudulE-nt aolidtallon of chantnblE- donatwn11 for private profit.' AC'C'Ordmg to the lawsuit, for ~6.000, Apple'" Marketing St'lll yel· low pla1tlc funnels C'alled wishing "dis t1) individuals. Th<Mie indi· vidual1 tht'n pay S2.60 a month to the Children With AIDS Founda· lion to UM(' thl' foundation ·11 name, while any remaining money gOt:s to the- '"well OJ'>t'rator11:• the lawsuit all1·1(<'1. Edward Rowe. prt'Mtdmt or the National AIDS Prevention lnsli· tute, said Jan. :l6 in att'lephonein· terview that his organization we.fl "in tht' ~ition now of arranKinK coun~el" and that any furtht•r comment would ht- inappropriate. Rowe said, howe\'l'r. •·thert.'a a lot of falsehood" in the lawso1t lllinois Attorne\: General :\t-il Hartigan. who filed the lawiaun. taid the .. ripoff' panil'ipant• had "preyed on the 8)·mpathy of the public for the plight of children ";th AIDS. 'What they failed to tell contril>­uton. waa that only nine- ct'nlJI a day would go to thl' C'harit> ;· Hanigan said. '"Tht• nst of th~ money put in the ·wishing wE-11' went dirf'ctly mto the pockrta of thel:lt' promotens:' .......... __ .__ _.,..._ 1 e And a Ponland State Univeni· ty student suffered injuries requtr· ing 35 stitchee in a beating on Christmas Day at the park "No matter what a person's sex· ual orientation is, he doesn't de­serve to be severely beaten up or killed;' he said. A national gay leader, Kevin Berrill of the National Gay and She 11aid many victim• are afraid to report violence because \.!~:...::'::::;....::::::::;;;:::~t:?:!..J the notoriety might cBUlll• them to le e their ho ing or jobt Heart Strings raises $691,000 The Hou11ton production or "Heart S trings: The National Tour" rai1ed at lea11 $691,000, makina the •how the larae•t AIDS fund raiaina event in the city to date, according to Randall Shield11, a member of the • leering committee. The muaical montage, 1pon1ored by the Deaign l nduatriea Foundation for AIDS (DlFFA Hou1ton) and Serina: Com· munity Service Foundation for the local preBentat1on. opened for a •in· gle performance Saturday, Feb. :J at Jones Hall Billed H "Evtnmg1 of Hope for the Healin1of AIDS," HeartStnng1, a national tour1n1 ahow which •pol· hght11 local talent 1n eech 1top on it.a 30·city tou~ was designed to educate audiences about AIDS a nd in1pire community involvement. The local 1how featured former Houatonian Tommy Tune aa announcer. Local performer• in the caet included Alexandra Ha88, June Terry. lllu· dents from the Humphrey School of Mu1ic the Bering United Methodi11t Church Choir and the Montrote Singers. Shield. said the production i11 •till recei,·1ng checkl from peoplt'whot'l· ther did not make it to 8f't the show or wanted to 1ive more money. The fia-ures are ··changing e\.'er)· day:' but a final total will be known b~· Feb. 15, he aaid Tht• 1huw did paMH up the lo<:al or· ganiurii' goal of rai1inK $300,000 here, Shield• aa1d. Eighty J>l•rcent of the money will 1tay in Houston to help loC'nl Aills program111, while 15 perct>nl will go into a national pool to bt>nefit cities not includt>d in the tour. 1'ht' national Jeoal of 'Ht'a.rt StrinM•' i11 ·~q rmllion Hrnrt Strmp" Wl'UI ori10nally produced in Athmta in 19.'ili Thena· tionnl tour hegii.n in ~t·ptemhf'r. l!l8.4 Wh1lr the- lluuaton ahow did not play to a full houst', Sht 1ld111&1d the audll'nct'" c11mf' w11hin 300 Hal• of Jont·• llR.\l's l"llPR.("lty. FRI IA Y FEBRUARY 9. 1" Ml INTRO iE VOICE 5 ~Jn J,iicmort,t of Openly gay candidates: Refugees from the 'crab bucket' - JOHN J. MACHUGA >h M 1a 18~1ve) er1d4 d h1.:. .1r ll91 w11t AtO~ !he earty hours ol Jan 30, 1990 when he de-­p. ar!ed in1s 11le at 34 years 01 age The memory of his warm lneno­sh1p. excellent deeds and lovable humor wtll remain m our mmds and in our hear':s lor ever WtJ IO\le you John Miguel (your hfema1e). your brothers. a1&tef'. relallves and many friends GuP11tComment•ry by RAY HILL (Editor's note: Ray Hill lt'rved ai1 pre•ident of the Houston Gay and Lfotlbian Political Caucu11 m 1%9 Dtnni1 Spencer was elected 1990 prt'8ident of the caucu• on Jan. 17. Hill ia a candidate for Harri• County Jutitice of the Peace. Pn­cinct 1). One can put more crab& in a bucket 1han you think, Anyone who haa spent much time crab­bing on the Gulf Coast will tell you that RIJ the bucket gN nearly full, any crab that gets its legs on tht• outside will be pulled back into the bucket by those inside. And so it i.i with minority politicians, includ· ing lesbian and ga)· ones. Anyone who tries to get out of the political tnvironment of intra-community organizations is held back by the lack of !oiUpport from !heir peers Jim Wntmore-land, I enjoyed con ••derable •upport from people hv· ina in Montr08t- But on clOHtr ex· ammat1on tmy camprugn) learned that non·gay ruidenu of Mon1roae were more likely to vote for me than many gay and let bi an voters! The rea110n8 were quett· tion• about my qualification11. It fl(•(•med strange that our non-gay neighbore wert> more confident of my quohfic-otions than membeno of our own community. Many of you did vote for me, and 1 upprt-<:iute (•Och vote I got. We would hovt• won, had (Westmoreland) been aa outspo· ken then a.11 he was last year. I come in lleeond in a roce of thret>, and urried every Montrot1e pre-cmct. In 191'\9, Bruce Reevett ran 84(aim1t Christin Hartung for city council Dittt. G. 1 watched that rac£' clo8E!ly, and w&11 surpnKed the community did not take Bruce se­riouAly. HE" wo11 clearly a.. quah· fied aa tht.•1ncumbent, whoiamore of a 1ocialitt• than a public official And j llartungl haK been hotitile to our community on many is11ue#. Sht• hati spom1ored all the propott ah1 forwardt"d by the Vire Squad, most of which are aimed at ha· A memonal will be held from 1 00 pm to 3 00 p m on Saturday. Feb 10 at 01gn1ty Center. 3217 Fannin Memorials may be made 1n John's name 10 any AIDS support orgam­zat1ons Gory Van Ooteghem attempted to be Harrii;(;ounty Treasurer. and would have bet>n had enough of UK choat'n to vote for him in the Re­publiC'an primary. But most of Ul'i were too intt-ret>led in the non·gay politicians running in the Uemo· Cratic primary for Gary to gain t'nough votes to become the Repub­lican candidate in the r-;ovembtr general election, which he could have won. rassing our community busine!i&· In my race for city council two ea. Sht voted against the equal years ago against the since-fallen employment rights ordinance Pa. official supports limiting disclosure of AIDS test results ll) TERRl '\1lJH HI.ER HAHHISBCRG, Pu. IAP~ people who rallied at the Capi­tol on Tuesday. Jan. 30, to !>UJ> port the meai;ure, which ii; in the Houtie Appropriations C-Ommittee. Tht· etatt· health secretary &up­port. Ba hill dl'8ll{ned to enrour· aw:(> AIDS tt"sting by hm1ling disclosure of the retiult•. The bill would ban health or euc1al f;er\.·ice worken; from dia· clw;ing tbt resulUs to anyone Health N'<·rttury X ~1ark othl'r than an AIUS patitnt or Hwhards Watl onE' of about 70 authorized medical pel"'f'lonnel Reagan claims he's learned about Al OS LO:; A!\(a:I.ES 1AP~Ronald posed to the virus through a blood Rt-agan, critic-1i.ed during his ad· ministrahon for his reeponse to the AIDS t>pidt·mic, says he·s now Jearned that AIDS is a trightening diseaN' and I hat pt.'Ople with AIDS deM>rve undentand1ng. 'We all grow and learn in our li\'es; ReaKan .aya in a public service announcement for the Pe· diatric AIDS Foundation. ':And I've learned that all kinds of peo­ple can ~et AIDS. Even children~· The JO.at'(-ond televiaion spot was dire<:ted by former .. Storaky and Huu·h" &tar Paul Michael Glaser, whose wife and son have t(•stt>d positive for the AIDS viru8 and whol:ll' 7·year·old daughter died of the di~ease. Elizabt·th Gla8er. one of the foundation's founden, waa ex transfusion. In June 19bh, she met with then·President Reagan and hi!i wife !\ancy to discu!"s the AIDS epidemic. When an anicle on the Gluer family's battle with AIDS ap. peared in the Los Angeles Times. the Reagans offered their 8.1:18iNt· ance. The public senice an· nouncement, filmed last Decem· her, is to be aired in February. In the announcement, Reagan says the disease of AIDS is fright· ening and ··not the people who have it:· He notes, "You can't catch AIDS from hugging some-one: · .. I'm not asking you to send money;• he says. 'Tm asking for something more important. Your understanding. Maybe it·s time we all learned something new." Lip tricks for Valentine's Day r-;1-;W YORK <APJ-If your lipe are too thin, too full or uneven, follow theae easy 111tep1 with lip color for a perfect pucker for Valentine'• Day A lightc.•r color in the center of the lip will give the illuaion of fullne.1. So for thin hpe, .aye Clairon, maker of cosmR ics, dot lipa with concealer, then gently rub with loose or presKed powder to blend. Jo"ill in entire lip area with a hp pencil in a shade alightly lighter than your natural lip color. With a lip brush, acTt'nt the cornera with a darker t·olor, then amud~wtheedgeetolQften. Re­mt> mbt-r. a lighter rolor in the center of the lip will give the ii· luaion of fullness l''or uneven lips gently aponge foundation around the lipline, then correct your lip's imperfection with a lip pencil outline. Fill in with lipstick the eame shade as the pencil. Dot full lips with concealer and outline with a pencil that matches your lipstick. Fill in with a matte color since glosAy hpeticka make full lipa look larger. You can make glosay lip color look matte by peeling back one layer of tit1sue and Kently prC88ing it against your lipe af· ter applying color. Brush IC>OtJe powder over the tiseue and re­move the tiAAue. She haa friend~ in 1he c )mm11n1ty but l'vtn they admit tht'ycan·t rd~ on her vol.'? in council. Hruce, on the other hand, la lt.'<'h· nically ~killed. obviou11Jy t.-oura· tct'OUK and able. I suspect he did not gain gupport within th(' ('(Im· munity because of argumt'n\3 ht• has had about the dirt-ction tht· community tthould take. in intf'r nal debates within gay and lt·11b1· an organizations. He has always argued for opennes11. Brut·t' wound up with about H l)t•rt'l'nt of tht> vote in that distrirt. In my last rat·e, I knew l WPM go· ing to lose wht·n I annount·t'd. Hut I ran to ~ee what kind of re11pons(' an openly gay candidott' would have in a city wide rate atcaini>t a conservative (on our i!oo.-.ut'S) op~ nent. What I found wa8 that a gay or lenbian candidate with a politt· cal identifiC'ation rould run credi· bly in any ditotrict oH•rlapping Montrc'"" Steve Shiml'r ran in tht• Dist ( race against Cathy Mmcberg, \"ince Ryan and Harhara Goldfield. Steve'" rc.·1;ultt1 wt•ren"t aa suC<.·essful in the 1<ame pn C'im·t-". but Stt'\·e had not bt-t·n po litically active previously in lht" community. and hii; opponenta were all courting the lf.>Mbian and gay vote. There seems to be a problt.•m "' 1th ~ p re 'I' ll f tt qui lif, CflUon1of KUY vt. nus non·l(aycan d1dutt'8 eet•kinl( tht• snmt· ulfice. 1 find u a.lurnung that aomt" 1c-l.,· atyled eaden of our c..·ommunity "'111 dt ny aupport for ont1 of our own t.o '."it ad\.·tmtageufadu·noth· 1"K pohtidun ho•til..- to uur com-mumt\. Tlwn• wua a tim(' whl'n tht11e­Kelf. hntinl(, Kt·lf dt.·prt"c..·ntinK typ<-8 Kh•wt•d m1Nt.>rably in tht•ir closet1'1. 0t·c1u110ntilly writinu uni;ignOO h·t· tt·n to tht• Nlitor in <.·ommunity puhlil'ntionK. Hut, n·infor<.·l·d by tht.• c:urnu){t.' of AIDS, tht• hntt·tulnl'H of tho 19l'i.; n·ft>rt·n· dum and ninf!' yt-11.ri; ol hl>mophoh1u in Washintcton, the) tlt.'t.'m to havt• t·mt>rtct-d to ortcanii.e and dt11truy 211 )'t.'flrtl of hard work and achu•\·t·mt>nt by tht" rt'at of us. Tht>1r obJ('ct ia to drag all ot U!> down mto the crab buckt•tof clrnJet m1sny. Our wont t'ncmy is tht· aclf-hult withm ua. Whut wt• aa a communuy mul!lt do to prt11t'rw tht" gains we hnv 8C'1."omphMhtod 19 l'lt·vatt" somt' of our ltudt·nhip into public office. We muat n-cogruzt· thot gay and 1csbui.n i:undiduh~ an· OH quali· fitod for thl· offke tht>y 8ttk as tho1-1e who art.' not gay or IE'Kbian. Rt·mt·mht:"r the llarvt•y .!\lilk l'X~·· rit•m·c ~o community group in Son Franditco, not 1•v1·n thE' om.• th""1 nov. l m h namt>, •upport· eel his (:andidac\· until after he won. Your Gay a~d l..e3hian Politi• cal ( aucus haa a bt·tu.•r record. We mdonwd Gary \'an Oott>ghem, •<·veral well·qualifit-d Judicial can• didatt•s 1cloaeted and non), Bruce R~·H•s and t>nn Ray Hill. Sooner or later Wt' will win if we kttp try· ing. The key is to t>ncourage qua Ii· fied candidatt.11 und to support them with all the 8lrength the communtty cnn muster. T'rut•, tht.·re art• sonw im·umbent politidnns who .ihould not be c:hnl· lt>nged ht><.·aust.• of tht• loyulty tht·~ huve i:;.hown to our c..·ummunity. But if thl'y cunnot produce a clear rewrd of aupport for Mt'Vt'rol yec.nl, they h11.H earned opposition fnim our community. l.oyalty to polio cal partit'S und other entities doesn't count. Loyal Mupport of i;tay and lt>sbian u1suee doeti, but johnny-come-lately friend1o1hip ii pure political <·xμedil.'nc:y. Politi­nans han a habit of telling yoQ want to hf•ar al t'lection time. Ele<:tinK cloet'led pohticiana over those who nreoutof thecl0t-t'l also will gain us nothinf{. If )'0\1 can't J:;l"t" it. it doesn't count. Har vey Milk "aid, ""'We will gain more suppurt by being openly gay (or le~bianl public officialM with com passion for otht•ni thnn by fight ing for our own C'Ouse' 6 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 199< Montrose residents say they fear 'over-development' ~- o. JIVUD' . ... mason• attracts people to the Mi lt.i'OIJe We are oonoerned about ch&ng:ea to ont.roee as tt 1S "'revttall.Zed:' ea m-.v be t.M very th1ntB that ww be drat loet or deSLroyed. For us. the ch&rmS of Montrose are f1rmly b&8ed m ttB small houses, &1.de­walks. green lawns and grassy st.rtps. and its trees. These are some or the rea.aons why we oonUnue to ltve here even though we work at jobs that. ha.ve been [ Letters to the Editor moved out to the sub­urbs, necessitating a long com­muU> "Development" 1B destroying puy1 it- m One very uov1U\lS example 18 the a1tA!I or the new shopping center gomg 1n at. Dunlavy &nd West o""' Any t.reea and green "'"8S growmg there have been bulldo%ed and leveled to the ground. replaoed by ooncrete And we're not partJcula.rly excited about t.M n6W movte complex that will be a pa.rt oft.hi& &hopping oen· tee We don't welcome th1S threat to the River Oaks Theater; Less obvtoua are the effects or condo-iZa.Uon a phenomenon 1n· creaalngly apparent in Montrose Condos, built as they are to every square inch of their lots. do aw93 w1th lawns and grassy ;t. IJ>l and treee. Some have been built four stortee high, dwa.rllng netghbor­lng hOuses and ch&nglng t.he local &lcyltne Clr oontour. Traffic 18 also 1ncreaaingly hea.v· y Crossing Dunlavy on foot any where between the 11.ght at West Ort\Y a.nd south to the bli.n.lunS 118ht at Fa1rvtew IS at present very dl1!lcult. The shoppt.ng oenter w1ll ma.ke t.h1s 81tua.tton much worse The sa.me ts true for Shepherd Sq\l&l'8 on Weatheimer_ 'lb these examples a few more may be easily added: Richmond Av­enue (an ugly speedw93 through t.M a.r. &n.:1 the recent otr-et.reet pe.rkmg requirement for new bu81· neeees. More paVing over (One thing eome of t.h688 "bad develop­ment" moves have 1n common I.a the aooommoda.Uon of automobiles needS over human needs. Why not Close the •Museum D1Btrtct'" to all veh1cular tramc )'? We would like to see Montroee come allve once again, but not 1n eome ofthew'YS we see happening around. us. we are eorry to see so m&r\Y clvto asaoctattonsjump-ap­pe. rentJ.y with Utt.le hee1tat.J.on.and. much gusto-on the "'growth" b&ndwagon t ower Theater variety show raises $2820 ''That"s What Frit·nds are For;· a community·Y+ ldl' l>t·nl'tit ht-Id Monday. Jnn. 29. et th1• Town Theall'r, raiHt'<i a total of $:lh20, oncanizt·r11 ot tht t'\'t•nt .-wd th11; week. !\et profiiH, atiltt•r nmain· ing catering OO&l.11 of ~no. totaled ::O:.W90. which .... ill bt dii;tribuu.-d to four Montro.-e charitil't.. P(·nd ing final paym('nt of nt'<ilt rnrd chargeis. the Muntrotot• Clinic, Bering Community &·rvicl's Foundation, Montroi;e Activity Center and th<' Omega Hoos(• Building Fund t·nch will rt'Cl'ive $!">97.50, said Lnrr;y GarrNt tMr. TGHA 1900), <·0·111)(msur of tlw colorful fund rai~er. Bruc<'lla D<'·vall and M<'lanit• month mt·mht·n;hips to Olympia Ashcroft (Mi:.;s and MM. TGH.A Health and Haqut•tball Club wmt 1990, respt'Ctively. also co-hoi;u-d for $X(J eaeh. the event. which ft·nturt.'d a long P('rformerti who donatt>d their list of popular hx:al t'ntertaineri; time and talt'nt.-. to aplJ("ur m the and a silent aul·tion ot itl'mH do- show were Alicia, Alto (featunng rj.ted by community busmes.ses 'I'Tanae Chard1.rn !, •·cher:· H1Ihe und individuals Duncan. Hru('('lla De"\"aU, Larry The auction rait>t'<i almoet ::;fl{)() Garn·tt, K.C Gla!':-e, \\'s.yne Qt the evt•nint(H proc:·(-edit, Garrett Grab(·in. Cassandra Landa. ~id. A framed print ol' the HoU!I· Sht·ila Lennon, Marcil', Dyan M1 ton tikyllne. donated by ('haelt<,TeresaMoaney.HobMoon, Besiwlman Gullt.'rieto, wai- pur· Jt•rry ~1orin, Rikki O'Shea, Pick­chased by attornl·y Frank Luccia lei; and Wilhemina. Dt·lx- Powell, !Or $:.HO; Caryn I>"An~l·lu of the Kathy Riser, Dan Wibel and Hill ty>lt 4!">'s paid $.;JOO tor th(, :ltl-inch l>a\.·idson gold Herringbon(• n('(:kloc-i• <·on· Oth(·r businesst·s and individu­tribu1{'(_ t by PNc Mortint•z_ 'J\o.·osix uls who made ('OnlributionH to th1· \ an1·ty show. au(·tion or pre-show n ·1·pt1on mduch• Appearanceis ,Jt•1an11 and Sportl;\4t•ar. L:ynn Ru hurl! E ,J ·s, (furdt·n ProJ><•r ties. Halph ( l.811her; J)avid IA•W· l8: ~lary e, the Montn-.;t· \"oit'e; PaC't' ~fon&J(t•m("nt. l>u\"id Ander­son J!!t >f theatt·~ H\luffi at $1800) Pnnto l'lu11, H.andall"s l'lol{1>h1p. Shephf-. :t Square: Say Chc1.1w; Southwest Kwik Kopy l'nnUng, ~larv Gmzt"I and John (;aJeY.sk1; Arlhur Talk; This Wet>k n Tt'xa11 Magazm1-. Thl• Tower Tht·ahr, Jim \'au~h1m; Vicki \ int-s (Aue .oru"t'. ), t'alla Lily Flvriat, !\118tiouri Strt'd Pont•ry. ,Jim Wulk1 rend ;\1nry llough1. ··ctwr u:a1> amorig the local 1StOrli «·hu ht•lp1•d th~ bt.·n1f1t ra11<1e almo"'t S2.5fJt.J fur cvmmun1ty orgaf11zat1r111i; Case of Texas judge helps prompt change in judicial code U8llas Judgt' Jack Hampton, re· cently publicly censured by tht• Texas judicial commission on eth· i<t wat; a figurt• in the American Bar Association ·s decision to in­clude a ban againi;t onti-gay dis­crimination in it." Model Codto of Jildicial Conduct, according tu the ?'ttfttional I..e11b1an and Gay La .... ~ocialion1t.;LGLAl. Hampton's cai;e w& citl'd as an "outrageous n.ample" of ditocrimination bat>ed ~Jl ~1~xeu~~gc;:;:~~~~7nb~~~~:;\s~: ABA fur the mdusion. In 1988. Hompt<>n told n(•w8pa· ~'r reporters in DollaK that he had givt-n a lighter 8entence to an 18- v1st'<i 1udit·m1 rndt'. whkh hnnne<i yt·or-old convicted murdl'rer lw discrimmution bused on race, sex. cause the killer's victims werl' Jell)'. rt'l1gion and nntwnu.I origin. After He went on to say that somt· \"ic n'Ceivmg oral .ind wnth·n tt-stimo­tims were more ·innocent" than "IY from :'\Ull.A. tht> draft was otht>rs. and that if the qctims hod changed V trt<lh, 'A judge shall not bttn ··cruising tht• streets to not, n the performanct of judicial pick up tttnage boys and 'iut1es. b) words or "Onduct mani­ ··spreading AIDS around., tht•) fest bias or i::-t•JudiC"t', induding Y+ould not haH' been kille<i. Tht' but nOI hm1ted prejudice bused up­ct- nsure came after a d11><·iplmnry on 1 1. s('x, rl'ilKJOn, 1;1at1onal ori ("(>mplaint against Hampton b_y gm,dl8nb11tl)· age sexualorienta· the Tt'Xa~ Human Righta Founda· tion . aoc1ottunom1c status, and tion ffHHF). shall not :>erm1t. staff court ofti-ln May. 9h9.theAHAComm1t- c or othtn suhJt'Cl to the t('(> on Et hies and Professwnal Ht· JUd~e s :htPC"tit•n m rontrol to do spuni;ibility issued a druft ofits re- so. The ABA House of Delegatt.-s i11 expected to give final approval of the revised code, which will bl.' pre­sented at its 1-~ebruary meetinK in Los Angeles, !'iLGLA memben­said on Jan. 16. Suzanne Bryant, one of Wa.-;h­ington's two regional board mt'm hers for i\LGLA who appeared be­fore the ABA committee there. said, ··Be<.-ause lesbian:-. and gay men have rea>ived unfair lrt·nt­ment in the court system, many have not availed themMeln-s of t'X ii;ting legal protections. Finally, we can expect and dt·mand equal treatment under the low" Hon Alht>r. NL.GI.A co-chair, who tt~tified in Son Francisco, t1aid ht• was ''thrilled <the group"s1 lobbying had c-onvinced the ABA to hlkl' appropriatt- steps and cor· rt'<'t an on·niacht in thl' original draft Albers and Bryanfi- te:.ti moniee wt>rl' instrumental in con vincing thr ABA to change the draft Tbe Judicial rodea1>pJie,. tojudi;t· f'S throughout tht· countl")·. and 11ubJt'Cl8 them to disciplinary ac· tiona if they v1ulatA· it.ii t>thical can­ons. ~ lArry Bagneris in runoff for New Orleans City Council c - By SHEHI t'Oll .. :N UAHBONNI-: • Munl f'C#!t' \!u1u Editor ',. F.ormer long time Hom1ton ac- 1 •i. tivi1n Larry Batcnerii; WH ont· of two candidotl'8 to win a plate in an t'Xpe<.'tt-d runolf for l\ew OrleanM City Coun('il (~~~~i~~~:e ::~~~'~w~~cht~: general election Saturday, Feb. J, will be decided on ~larch 3 ' calt10 a Saturdttyl. Hatcnt>ris face~ Ja<·quelyn Hrt'Chtd ClarkP1on m that election. B{'(·oust• of the number of rnndi dotes in the open field ell'\·tiunl', a runoll hod bet·n expt't:ted in t>(·ver­al raC't·i-.. and hy Monday tht' dat1· for thl· el('c:tion had be('n 8l't. A Bagn('rts campaign worker said thl• camp had fully expected to continue inlU the runoff and WR!I working on stratt'gies for the ·cru ctal'" coming month. Bagneri11, a former pn•tndc-it of Houston·~ Gay Pulitic:aJ ( aucu !no" HGLPl , left his home Lown of :\t·w Orlean~ in H~70 •o mo\.e ht•rt-. It wa11 ofh'r the mon• that~t· ~'("lUlW :ll'li\'(• in tht• KOY rights mov1·mt·n~ on a lo<·al and nmional Int• , althoul{h ht· dmmit his in­\" 1...-lvement m t·i\11 right.a Bctivitiel'i KQ1•s back mu1·h fortht•t, to th(· age of 1a. lie rnu\·td hack to ~tw Orlf'o ans D 1986 BaKnerts, l ( rt'Ole with a hi8to-r) of • ,, 3\ t ment m anh-racu;m C'.\mp.u~ns lrt .:'\t'" Orlt'nns, s c _1mmtc much ot tb£· minorit~ support ii. ~.h election, t'llpedally m the black rommumty The EaMt Bank-\\esL Bank i;l'Olfl"&phical boundar1eto stud tod1\"ldt· t-verv lo­cal election an• not as clear am.ong minority voters. Bngnl'ris said "I think my coalition it-1 i;trong enough a8 it is .. Wl' JUSt m•ed to work on buildintc tht' numlwrs; said Bagneris. "Wt> hove tt1upport lrom) the black community, tht• gay and lei;bian community, lht• French Quarter pre11ervotionists. and tht' neighborhood tcruupa~' ''I've ali:;o be<>n fortunate ~,thin the (gay) community, as rve had the support of all of tht> groups, the bars and businesses and tht· com· munity organizations,' Bal(nt>r1s addl'd. 'I'm hopinK I'll h<• calling dluustonl whih• you all art• in th<• middlt> of IA.·t Ui; Entertain You W(1•kt·nd .to i(l\"t' you tht• good nt·ws. that th<· south ha~ t•lt"<frdlita) firstopt·nly gay cit· y count·1l pt•raon:· Batcnerii; smd. addinl( that he would Y+ nnt h111 \. ktory to s1·nd a po11i ll\"l' mt'Bt!Ugt• to lt'Shiun and gay pohtit nl hope·fuls here. • Tht· mt>Pa(Ct' I want to st·nd 18 that if you ctm see it in your mind and believe It in your heart. no mnttt•r what it is, 11 cun he achiend:' ht> said. Instructor on Japanese campus alleges firing over AIDS test HEf',;(), f',;t•\·. t.Al'I ·A tt·ad\ t•r on tlw l"nh·N1Hlv ol !'it· vndn. l{t·no's nmlp~11 in ,fa pan daim11 ht• Y.tls fin•d tor rt·fusinj{ to tnkl• un ,\JJ)S" ll-st. hut an ol linal in lfrno said thl' lt'aChl'T w:ls lm·d bt.'<-·au~t· ht· al·ked thl' prop• er crt-dt•ntmh1. Pt-dro Pastrano, .,... ho hus tauJ{ht n·udmK und .,... rit1ni: at l"~H • intematlonul d1· vision m -Japotn H1nn· April said ht- rt>fUtwd to lx· 11"1!.led for thC' ,\ID~ \lruai Ill\ bi. cautot• 11 t nrournged d111 criminahon a).!":nni;;t tor eignt•n and reprt>$C'nlt'Cl nn in\9.lli(in ofpn\at'Y Paslrano 11.lso dmmH hr wai-. told llf the tntm)C poli­cy on l)et'. I i.onC'd.ay helurt he t·omplt·h'«f his lhtrd thn't.'-month cuntraM nt tlw l':\H ("i.lffipUM 111 T k\• . In Rt·no, .Jani· Hu-umun the acad1·mi1· t·oordinatur for tht· .Japant'lll' eampu14, t;<\id ~ht• st•nt lnternntinnal Program:-; and Snvkf's 111 rt•<1or Lt·<· ThumaH u mt'Tllo :.;a~· ing Pa1>trnnu s t"Ontrtu-t ishould not he rf'n(•wed for thn·<· r~a.~uns. Sht• :-;aid he Jm·kt d tht• propt'r cn'licntrnlt1 for the job he had nt>t'lied a ra1<h ad\·ant'(> bt-!"t>t·n tht· t'Ao rontrat111 and ht rr{ust-d to lPkt' rh.t· 111\ lt'tit approve drug that could help fight AlDS GH.OTO~. ('1inn. fAl'J- l-'1•1!('rol regulators ha\."t• .apprc•\ 1-d u new anti-fungal agt·nt that m1·d1rnl t·x perL-. say has apphcations for pu tientt-t with AIDS, l'ancer and uth· t'r dis<lrdtts and will ulso J.ietp w11h heart traru;plants. Fluconazolc-. or D10ucan. w 1s dt-v('loped. by Phzt r Inc m Groton and will be munufactund tht'rt'! Doctor:.; aa~ 1t is d1ffcrt nt from oth· er anti-fungal druga becau~t·ttcan be taken orally 1s non WxK und ha" ft•w !'Ide effects. '"Tht• ex pent·m't" or Pfflp)C' "'ho have failed m all otht>r formM of tht·rapy hru. hf-t•n quite good with Diflu<·an. said I >c. Frunk Bia. un infectious disertSC' 11p1·cu1hst ut YaleSew Havt·n Huspitul Y+ho has been conducting dimnd tri ak ··St>veral of our pati(•nh1 hll\"t' been turned around by th111 drug:• Acquired immun1• ch·lidt•n<·v syndrom(' tiUpprt•sf!t'M tlu- immur; •• system, milking thost· who havt• it vulnerable toinh·ctionM, inrludinK fungal infection:! ;\tun\ c unc·l'r therapie.s also t"C•mprc•rniiw tht· im· mum• i,;yslt-m, and after un organ transplant. the tmmuru- &\'Stt•m is supprt.'Bst-d w1th :iru6(11 so ihe body does not reJect the orgon. Amphott>racin H one of th1• main ant1-fungaJ drugs now m us<'~ has gamed a mcknamt· among those who must wie it as ·•ampho-terribh•" because of 1t.s toxic t'ffects. IT also makes roam· patlt'nts sick, dol1.ors 11md . Ur. Patrkk A Hobmaon, semor a"sociate dirl'C"tor at Phzn C1•n· ._,.-----------------------------------------------------__, tral Rl-f;t·anh, sa1dAmphottrarin New group forms for women against violence Hy LISETTA LAVY 1·~Mmllrt.J1'r\.'111n Women Against Vioh·ncl.' Every· where (WAVEl, 8 new orgoniw· tif.1 aimed at innt>Rl'ing 1mhlic ~t::~.l~~1d>~ts \\~~tnl~~~g~gg~11~:~ ml't'tingJan. 17 at Firl!lt l'niturian Cl\urch. Approxim&tf'ly Jt1 pt·oplt', mOHtly woml'n, met to bt.·Kin or• 'fnizing a frist1vol rally to be ht'ld o July 7, 1990. Tht• loc;atwnuftht· efent haM not yet het·n docult·d iJacaun Shah. one ofthC' Kroup·a fqundt·r. began th_e mt't.'llnl( by rt'-_ ct_unt.mg the <mgms of tht> tlroup The original idea for a prol~ st agaim;t \'iolen<·e ugains1 womt·n was i;purred on by tlw (ktuh<·1 11hooting of Ida Dt•lane\' h.,_- an oft duty police oflict•r. Sha.h s~1id Shuh rl'ad WAVE·s statl'nwnt ot purpost', which t·on!'ists of lour pomts: tu prot<•fit \·inlenrr toward womt·n. to t't'lehrah• womt>n-s riuht to snft·ty and Y+t•ll·l>l'mJC, to t'dunltt' women to rt·su;t prt\nte and puhlit' violenC't'. and to change tht· prevmlintc att1tud<' .~at toltr alt>S nolenn• toward "'omen. WA\"i':'s progress to-:late~ll.JS n· countt'd by Cindy Hec"Jt·r. who 1dt ntll t•d rJL ICWUlJ whkh ha\ fft·rt'<I t8!.i11tuncl' induding llnu11ton ,\n•a Women'M {"(•ntl'r, l\111ntro1w {"ounst'lin~ ('t•nt('r, llouiston An·n :'\()\\' und tlw Worn· 1·n's (;roup ol Fir81 llnitarian C'hun·h. lleelfr 1·mphll8ll.t'd tht·rt• 111 much "'ork to bl' d11n1• ond ('ll· c )UrllKl.'d thotW pn-sl'nt to t·ont1u·t otht'r •ntt Ull'«I groups. Sht' said thut WA\ t. would hkt to uttrm·t a Wldt• var t y of l(l>Up8 and mdi v1dunls cone r 1f'd with thl· prob­lem f, 1olenc agarnst .... >nwn \um fl.pt'&lunK lo the .croup wus ( nssandra Thomas, dm'Ctor of th(' rape crisii. program ol tht· Houston Area Womt•n 's ( 't·ntn. who providt-d some l!tntiHticH on violence against women. Slw 11tot· t-d that one out ol four womt·n will be roped and that onC' out of two marri('d womt-n are ahust•d. Tht· answer to what to do with thiiJ in· formation is ·•taking actuin. Tho· mas 111uid. Wnmt'n mu"t rt"<fatm their power and th<·ir riuht to ht aafe. she said Some WA\"E member8sa1d 1.hnt pt•raonaJ l'XJ>f'rienc:e or\ tolt•nce or rape had lt-d them to tht d1'C'1s1on to act. while others l'lmkt• or tht• morn HU hth t·onHt"<!Ul'nn·i-. ut ft•ltr ol viult'llt"(', l'Ut·h aH tht•inuhility to uo out alorw nfu•r dark. WAVE nwmh1:rM t•xprt1Ult'<I hopt• that th<' plunnt'<I ft•toti\"UI will h~: the first stt·p to t·hnnging nttttudt~ about \'mlt•n<'t' ugoinMt womt•n Mt>t·tinJ(s .,...jlJ ht· ht·ld t•ach Wed 1wMclny ut 7:00 p.m. in thf' Womt>n's Huom of lht• Finit l "nitnrian <"hun-h, 5:llU Fannin at Southmon• To volun«>t·r or to rt'" t·1·1\'e furthl'r mformatwn cull .Jacsun Shah, 6~1 7.r.lH or tht· Hou(lt••n ,\n·n \\-(lnwn"s Ct•nh·r. ·•21">-hi9h hru; httn in ust• neurly two dt-<-. adt':-.. hut a suhstitutc haM Jong bl:en sou~ht \\"hen I was doing m:v triumng in inft>ctious dis1•u1JeS I wus 1ul· ministNing Amphotn11c·111-H, nnd I said, 'Thne'eJ(ut tu heMomt·lhing bettt'r;" Rohimo1on snid. ''I\ow, lf1 yt•ors lutn. J"m invol\'<•d with bringing it along. It's u prt·tly good f(>{'linK." Amphoterucin mu11t tw tnkt·n intravenouMly. hut Diflucnn cun be taken eilht·r rnlrn\'t•noush· or oral ly. 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""rtt CleflC.al 'k IS •ncl $2$0() IQ "'Vftl Mini have llO er na1 record .,,d t>ondaDJ4 ~re~eua. nu1 All emp101e11 muat own a pmn bl.II•""' Nq E>cepl Ce !121 IGJ6 STUDZ NEWS NHOs r .... o• eno ~:::,d·~~= -:.-· ~O.m-3pfn E•peflenc9CI O.rtel"tder• ano DatbM'~• Appr~ on peraon •I OT • eoe v.n !he.met 3""PI"' B<.1sineu pa.rlner w•n _.. SOl50 1wo opera mY1I I011e bQltlaftl; I ADVERTISE FRf.E NU T ISSUE Pee• • 2:..-... c·· MER· CHAND•SE LOST & FOUl>ID MERCt-IAl'\jOlSE lld i' wo•O• u • bo­P'le. dh,,.) •I ,,.0 CHARGE kw P'I• f'le•I 4 •ffllS C . e-- MON[)AY :NLY Feto 12 ·Mmiiirv Clothes 1052 ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE ... ., • 2~-"'""·.: ME CHAlllO SE MlllT ARY CLOTHES•d '' ... o _ • bOkl l'INdl ne •• ""'­CkARGE IOt tne n •I ' ••••• c.11 529--!,,.. MC"Nl A~ llll1 Y Fej 12, •• 529-1414 ~~o THEtltU PLACE • Wanted To Buy 1090 WE BUY HOUSE Montrose Classifieds TOPIC INDEX Advertise! It'll Be Good For You! 0100-TRANS­PORTATION 0300-BUS. OPPORTUNI­TIES • '""' 0600-EM­PLOYMENT AVAILA.B..L..E 0700-IN­STRUC­TIONS 0800-WORK WANTED 1000-MER­CHANDISE 1Jo4·APP &ncH >-Artl& .iflfll """"'""' IOl·B•lloona IOI-Beel & L.quo l086-81e1 ketl ~B1noa Oit>.:3ook1 01 1 8" 11 01t!HkR1¢;gM "'" 012-Gott .. 101~ 10t~ 1;l0-?r&l)el'• 1024-0,..... 1026-Eyegtauea 102&-Fencet 1031•flle'WOOCI IQ37•fr,.mi 'I.II• IOJ&-F1.:•ons t39-G<X"rme1F0011 ''·Health FOOd 142-Hobt>ykpph .. W4l-lltm11or Sa1e ""4•-ltWelry "'-8·LHU'ler Gooe11 '50-LOll 6 Found "°'erthanclse 1052-M 1!flry Ck!tl'lel 105'-Ml.lllC & Video M1056-N-e"­' te:i&P9FS ·~&-occuh 1057-P.tio Furniture 050-PIWll• .0.6..- '·Pto·~ 06&-Recorot & T~ ~ReMl•Sho1>• 0 ~&C&rpetl 1076-$PQrt$WNf 1076 5·Slereos Radios 101f Tel .... ·•ron VCR• l0$0-lt1H 10&4 T•opnoff 108l·V•deo lOiO·W•t>l&d To Buy lOQT·Y1chtt 111 -Y••d& Gar•..,. 1100-ANl­MALS .... 1400-RENT­ALS l'Ul)-"PolrtfNtlll 141()-Aperlments W•nt.O 1'40-Tc· ... l\l'!Omes& w. 100 1600-REAL ESTATE 16.11-H f(r5.a1a 16V2·RNI E llte r P•:t1 n1 16, -Cc11 r<. r rty 1700-NO­TICES 1900-SPIRl­TUAL 2000-MOR­TUARY 2100-SERVIC­ES ~ ·"'1 •I B< •kt ng il!U..-ACIYl!:ll rn9 1111-A•rec,.,a,l'Of '9 2112-Allerll>or>l.Sew "• 2113-Appli•nte Rep1or 2115-Attomey & Leger 2117·B•o1Bond1 2118·C1rpenlry 211•C•t9'f1ng 2119S-Cl'loroj)f•CIOll 2120-Quners (CIOtl'les) 212l·CIHn°"Q.J1°•to- '"' 2121$-Compt.ler Serv•Cft 2122-Con.>gnments Wanted .21.2_3-,C on1tr11t:!•On & 2124·Coun&ehfl9 z12•K1ed11 212 ·O•tooO 21255-0enloStry 2125 7·0o11 Aep11r 2126-0omesllc 2127-EletlrOlyStS 21275·E•ercosePro­gr• ms 2128-Floutts 2129-Fumoture Refoni1hmg 2130-GenNlogy 2131-Gyms.He&lth Ct rs 2132-H••rCue 2133-H .. r LON Treat· 2134·H•ut09 213$-Horotccpn 213&-lncome T .. 2138·•ns.ur•f}C• .2.1....IO...-.l• •iCar• ~.,. 2U2-lot~smtl'I .2.1.4.5.-.~.. , .., ... 2155-MeoiUI C•rO 2160·Mowtlf"I 2161-N.,.1rition 2162-0ptomet•t$11 2163-Pionting 211M·Fortu~Te!ltng 2165-P•pef H•ngo~ 2166-P•rt•H 2167-Pnt Control 2170-Ptlo10Fm1sh1n9 2175-Photogrephy 2176·P1an0Tun1n9 2180·P1c1ureFrem1ng 2181-Pl•ntCue 2182·P1umbong 2183-Po<1r11ts 218'-Poltll Boxes 21S8-Plych1c• 2189-PlyChol()QoUI C••• 21895-A-rchSenr- 21897-Rn11ur•nts 2190--Reau~ 2191-S.Curoty 21913-SIOt'~ 21915-l•Nllfl9 2192·1 ... , 2193-Tei.phone & Pegong 21936-T!Cket S•~ 219S-TV6V1deoRe­"'' 2Hl6· typneti.ng 2197·lyptf19 219fl·Uphols!ery 2199-Vodeo Taping 2199.5-W.ignt Lon 2200-THE PERSONALS 2220-tlridov1d.,.1I) Per­aon• I• 2240-(Commerco11, Per.on•IS 2260-BodyRubs 2280-Mode11 Elcort• 2300-SEA­SONAL 233V-Cnnstm.u Tr- 2335-Hailow"" Cos.- Can't ftnd your cat· egory? Call 529- 8490. We can start one for you ... Ork ~4-36$5 SPORTS RE.PORTE.A "' MontrOM VOi 1t.1k1ngtor ••he.•p ... rit9'f "''t" m..-nilflandkr>o"' edge OI ne19hD01•·ood IPQrtl.,.....,,s•ndCOl'hPI M-ona Some monetery comptollNt.on plu• e•p Music & Video 1054 CONTENTS ~1 ,or pmr1, Toe Ct on Cc•h te"'try' ~.~., ~.----- ~,,.,,,.-.,.---- ------ M:~·~:",:.•~:;.,~• _' Pet Care, Lpost & Found Apartments 1ure 1n • lon1 c1 ........... . r e.r. C General Work ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE P • 2'..>·,..ud MER CHA.NOi~[ '-'USIC & VIDEO ad 1• •llllda ... bOIO nHdL ne1 •t NO CHARGE lor the r -•I ' w•t>ks Call b21t .ir Mflf'llDAY JM Y Fet 1.< ;~, l•Q• :o lOf! E$I· Boarding 1164 ets 1190 1405 vaici"& Garage Sales 1095 A.strodome arn Fi ff lure. rug kn1kkr < Cl• , bee. ,;peciker$ e ... c ~-2f ADVERTISE FREI! NEXT ISSUE ce • 2~· ... ord ANIM­AL~ PET CARE, BO.ARD· ING ad<' word1 H •bold I lldhfleJ al NO CHARGE 111 tri.nex1• ...... k• Cai )490 MONOAY ONLY.Fl'O 12 91rn-noon ADVERTISE ,RH MONTROSE/ p :e ~E~I.~!~EANlM- 2301 COMMONWEALTH ALS LOST & FOUND AttflChYe. well· PETS Id ~· wordl H • m1ontaoneo pro1ect Poo1 ~:R~·1~·,n~~e ·~.11~~ ~~~~~ii.;.~sn~~.~;;:, weeks C•ll 529·8'490 522-0650 '-'~N:'A~ ONLY Fet> 12 Ne~~~~,~~.:prbd Wanted 0850 ~" ~-~. -- ' ~ N_eo_n_ _1"" 05"'"5 ----- " •o•••,,•• ,... 'cremation Cremation cremation $275 • e1ec1 & gas. mo blonds . ce.1on9 l•n• peromeier len~ Cal lor pp 526-7~')3 =-"'=-,...--- -~·exr ~id: M• Services 2025 Services 2025 Services 2025 Boats 1009.5 • ,,, <~~·~r.: - ----- ' • ~• C•· ~,,. ADVERTISE FRH NEXT ISSUf. .W MONDAY OlllLY ~ 2 9mtn·l'OC)n Pt- ....... J.ll - MONTROSE. 2301 COMMONWEALTH .A1111cl0Ye, wel m•on t1u'lt'dpto1ec1 Pool.w•lk 1ri CIOMtt $2"4 month .R.~. .lo.i detlt manager 522· FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1990, MONTROSE VOICE 7 Attorney & Attorney & Attorney & A'titr'rev ,= Legal 2115 Legal 2115 Legal 2115 Lega 2115 Jim Walke~ Lawyer 1770 St. James Place, Suite 400 55~-1117' Car'Wrecks, ; .« "'" Workers ~ompe:itsation, Criminal Law CleaninJI Cleanin.ll cieaninJI cieanln.11 Janitorial 2121 Janitorial 2121 Janitorial 2121 Janitorial 2121 I ~,, ~!~,:.~!,~.-;,°', ~ t (713) 864-MAID • Residfmtial • Commercial • References • Bonde • Weekly • Biweekly • Monthly •General & Spring Cleanings • Windows • 1111a1ee­readies •After Construction We Also Supply Uniformed Party Staff, Call For Free Estimate! Celebrating 2nd Year In Business! "We'll Clean Up Your Act" c ., Accountin9, Bookkeeprn!I 21105 Chiropractors Deniistry ---'2'-11-"9-.'5- 2125.5 Roommates Wanted 1460 ~--~ Small Business ~'~·1·t;:-1, Professional <>-2 .iopt·,.--, .. ,, Bookkeeping & ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE P. • ~•O•d SERVI­Cc.~ CHIROPRACTORS Ml 1• words as • bold ;e.oJ.rlf' .1 llNOCHARGE IOI' thene•l ••ee«s Ca11 ·- °'9'iMONDAY lNLY.Feb 12.9.lf'l'l-r"IOOl'l ADVERTIH FRll NU TIH UI. P1ke a ~•Old SERVI· CES DENTISTRY ad 14 worm u 1 bold hee<U•ne) •l NO CHARGE lor the ne•t ' ..... , C•ll 521- 8'90 MONDAY ONLY. Feo 12 9•rn-noon ~c~':!"~,!~!,"':!~ Tax Servtces re!l'I'~ C•HR1ct1e1dat Doyle Baugn 5-~I,. • ...; )i!1"'~ L__._ .. _.• . _.s _ __J Cleaners Eiecirolysls (Clothes) 2120 2127 vacation Rentals 1480 Alterations, '"''"'"'" 0 , ... .,,, .. Sewing 2112 ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE ~..... • 2>-wo'd SERVI· CES ClEANEAS !CLOTHES) ad (4 words ADVERTIH FRH NEXT lllUI P1ac.e I 2!>·WOrd SERVI­CES ELECTROLYSIS .0 I' wordt "1 bOld "'* lln•l a1 NO CHARGE lor lheM•l4w11k1C1U52t- 8490 MONDAY ONl Y, Feb 12. i•m-noon d1y . ........ ot weekend to t>ffut1I~ Lak•llvongsl(. 2 be<lroom. i.~oo0 •r•• p1t10. eQuopped k •1the1 ~d~:nd ~~1:.a~.~~.':f~ tude •no beautllul aunMta C•I ~" '7:U Churches 1920 Kln&dom Community Church Guo Kn~ ' "'' You Goy Do Y(uKnvw Y G< Cc .• E xi r•~ ~· Worship krYlce• 9u.a .. 711am 614E IHn ·~ .... ADVERTISE FREE ••• bold hHdhne) •t NO NEXT ISSUE CHARGE tor the neal 4 Pll.ICe a 2!)-... ord SERVI· ..... ks Call 529-8•90 CES AL'EAATIONS MONO.AV ONLY. Feb 12 ~~IN~:~11~1~or:i•-,:~ _.. m _·"~"°"==== ~~:~.GEJ~i1 '"5~Q-~~'96 C0ns"ignments M~~n"o"v "" "· Wanted 2122 ADVERTISE FREE NUT ISSUE 'fAV•CU l Exercise Programs 2127.5 ADVERTllE '"" NUTINUI Piece a 25-worO SEAVt• CES EXERCISE PRO­GRAMS .0 I' worcll aa a bold tMldhn•) at N() CHARGE tor the neal 4 WHkl Cell 52t·e•90 MONOAY ONLY. Feb 12 9mm·noron P\ai::• • 2!>--,.,utd ;.,t:RVI .::,y ;t ~~°'c~~P~:!; 14 Dating 2125 - ~v :!"~~ c;;.:..'!."~, ;: ADVERnsE FREE Genealogy Mnt..OAY mLY NEXT ISSUE 2130 Fe« P1 : ~ " 25-word SERVI ------ ,t.S DATING ed ~4wordl ADVERTISIE FRf:f. CHAND E BOATS.01• •0tdl•aboldl'lemditfle) al 1'.10 CHARGE. kM' tne ">e>f •-~I Ca '°29· Werew'1rk~tu br "lQYOU•riral -- . DIRECT CREMATIONS $495.00 C0t..ou1n RICHMONO-All b1ll1 pao0 1 1 <n $ma.II II! Ufl•I propeony ne ... cet1tral••r ~----- E ..._ • botd t-o•me) •I NO NEXT lllut arpet -HAAGE lor the' next ' Plate a 2~•ord SERVI· , weeks C•ll 529-8490 leanl,n~ M~~OAY 0NlY . Feb 12. CwoErd' sG .E.N al AboLtOd GtMV. O.ahM I)' ~(N(' "-II The Mo:itrose Voice. =Ba=llo"o"n"-s' "'--1-0'-0'=1 Balloons 1007 Southwest Memorial Cremation Service Prtvnlc Chapel 24 Ilour Personal Service Full Service Funeral Ilome AU Bwia1 Pollcie8 Ilonored Worldwide Int.e.rmeot/Jhu>Bportatlon (713) 528-3900 MC & VISA A ccq>tcd •Pttoacy and dignity ln tttnu of .-. • heal POOi choose Y°"' U•pet color Gold Of Chrome '" blt!1 Ba11c c•t>I• pa•d $350.mo· $350 .. , ... ,,,y oeposo1 CO'-'MUNITY MANAGE ~----- 118.55 --. - --- '1 .~ ';,';::'.0~~::'i:.1::. MENT COMPANY 623- ~~.$ MONTROSE WESTHEIMEA-Ne.r ever­ylh• ng ' 111 otrilf•I eor l'le1t. <101hwuher frost l•ee lng d•nmg room. iM~~t~~s~~~:fet: MENT COMPANY 523- 033' ~ ._,.,......_..c -..·.. c,.n,. , .._ ... ., Houston. Mission Church 3217F.ANNINll ELGIN 52"·6225 su...i.y """fur Scvict.t I O:JQ:un Non-Oenom1n•toon11 ADVERTISI FREE Construction & r.:o 12~~."'m~~ ONL y Piece ~E::!~~~~EHv1 Repair 2123 "·•""-·-·,"·' ---~ ~d' .. ~~~<;;J,;.'.~' ------ Hair Care 2132 hHdl N) 111 NO CHA.AGE tor th• ne•I' •Mk• C•I 'N'lt-8'90 MONDAY ONLY.Feti 12. Catering 2119 AD\IERTISI FREE NUT ISSUE Pliace 1 2!.>·.,.ord SERVI· DON WHITE General Contractor Commercial & AOVl!RTllE FRU NEXT IHUI Pl•ce • 25·word SERVI· CES HAIR CARE •O t• :;0~b ~~~~r,~~11~l '' ne11.1 • week• C•ll 5H- 8•90 MONDAY ONLY Feb 12. 9•rn-noon fl'!eM'"o"n"t rose L...:=====..l ~~~dS ~~ ~:~~. .~ ~,~~ Residential e 1ns Restor111nn • Remodel mg • Room Add•hon• eG-ral Repe1r1 construcuon & Vole• Repair 2123 . ciimmercia1 Afr . . Property 1650 Condition~~ 11 ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE P - • 2!>·•'.JfO REAL ESTATE COJ.i~ERCtAL PROPERTY Id i' •Of(. H • bold hNclt "91 II NO CHARGE lor the ne•t ' WHkl C•ll 529·8•90 .M..O..N..D..A.Y.. ONLY. Feb 12 ADVERTISE FAl!I NEXT ISSUE Pl•ce a 1>,..Qro oEAv• CES A.IA CONDITION 1,,.G Id~· "'Ofdl n •bot tlHdllne) •I NO CHARGE. fOf th• ne•t ' •ee•s C1 529-f'g() MONDAY ONLY. F~ 12 hm-l'IOOI . It NO CHARGE for !he ne•t 'w .. •• C11t 529· 8490 M(.JNDAY ONLY Fet> 12hm•JIOOfl r To odvortlso or subscribe to tile Newipaper of MontroJe, coll 529-8490 FREE ESTIMATE 591-8940 Mr Repm•lm&f!-P11n11n;, carp.,ury. root leek• ape. t••lat. B•ll66f-0991 .Apert~~~:~;::.::-;::.:~r:':111rne• 1 ~ Paul Komestat Scott Stewart 3330 Whitney Houston. TX 77008 1 ·• (713) 524--0499 (713) 524·2692 Mesuge) 8 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDA V. FEBRUARY 9. 1990 Domestic 2126 Movers 2160 Postal Boxes ... CLEAN -Re•~•e• Exoe1oenc9d h..)uMClu1 Q I019flOI' Pfil(ll 'IQ Q•I den• 'G Oh•d 7 Q•m , ..... , Income Tax 2136 PROFESSIONAL INCOME TAX PREPARA""ION Person.I ti..iameu • 1 state<i• QJ .... alT\4 Ot l)fl.SI due' Erv.­. P.,..l•,C U-Ce belOfe the ' Lawn Care. Landscaping 21140 BETTER LAWNS I -GARDENS Massage (licensed] 2145 Adsmth11co1e;1ry1m _,.gu1 a1e mte· .1. "'.to b ffom 111;ero1eo m11:.1ev11 1na m1nevscs U ni cen aed m1uevrt •nd m1 s1eu1e1 are 1111e un~r Body Av bl B1t·ZM1tab-.,.o supp1emen1 NURTURE YOURSELF TO HEALTH M H11ge the rapy tor 11reaa •eduction a.e t•uue woo on prob•en ar•• •21i12 Joe bW- ''°' THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE R•I .. Swed11h 'Tia wi th rei.exotogy • tiat•ncing Save • .,233 HCJward 621 SPORT MASSAGE THERAPIST J I/ Pouo er>OAISOC cotonlC co )fl mg !.28-3010 Profeu+onal qu.11 y mn· uge c.an reouce 11rn 1 c a ll Cl'lua b2 83' LicenM • JOa:.: Tooave rt " • SvbSCl•belO!lle NewJPOpet .if Mo1lrcte.ccf 529-8490 MOVEMASTERSW< It " .. M .... ,;. welcOIT'e 6J0-6 AMERICAN MOVERS Pror .... t0111 rnov · og v 0 1Qfy,o.u rl1l'l9furn Pest Control 2167 ONI!: TIME PEST CONTROL Succnsru Qr,. I• v•C9 tor rn1dent1at c ..-.rs Comrn-."c al ..,., OJI Ire<: I~ Fl ... • & " Piano Tuning 2f76 ... p 1a1 o " · - .Olng mi,miC7 Reg :: ,ia.._wll~~ Plumbing 2182 MASTER PLUMBER L•ce p dento• l _ o mme r 1a1 re pairs remod el new 111'11< fre •I• ato 11y ~4· -460 2184 Security 2191 ADl/ERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE • "'"''" ~ERV~­SECURITY ed 14 w r 1 u a bOld neao11ne) NO CHARGE lor lhe •I 4 W"li.S C.11529-­~ QNOAY )NLY f-e 12 , Storage 2191.3 ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE J:' ·-·wurd SERVI :E STORAGE ad 14 we s u a bOtd headh1'19) 11 NO CHARGE IOI tl'le ·•t 4 ..... e1o.s can ~ M(INDAY ONLY Ft- 12 Tanning 2191.5 ADVERTISE FREE NEXT ISSUE I i!:!r-Wu u ~ ... ••· lANN•Nu ad 1• w 1 asat>010 heaa ne1 NO CHARGE tor t~ •14weeks. Cal529- A M(>NOA' INL. Taxi 2192 ADVERllSE FREE NEXT ISSUE P a ,' ""'"'" ;;.eqv•­CE. ~Ax t ad l 4.,..ora. u a ti Id "-Ohne) a t NO CHARGE tor tfle ne•t 4 .,...,t,ks Call S29-8490 ~ONOAY ONLY. feb 12 Psychics 2188 Telephone & mor •••o'"" Paging 2193 1b1utr• HJw rel le IC:.. ;.. .. )p PAGE ME 1e r; 1~:·0~;1 1p~ P< :: Mr w~ ~1ri, Id oifl,. rd ARE YOU COMPATIBLE? v -· ·~ . Gyms, Health Ctrs. 2131 Gyms. Health Ctrs. 2131 CLUB BODY CENTER , y tr MtDTOWNE SPA 0Ut ~SP~Y INVITATION TO FITNESS - - -- c. 523-2127 - - --- .P:..:r..i:..n:..:t:"in""'g--=2"1'"80.5.0 Pr'inting Medical Care 2185 2155 IBRAHIM GARCIA M.0 5ff o"'r o y It main news p STEVE 0 MAF '<E.Z MO 12011tslowet 41i& "'_'/i •wy no1000 621 PTintex Plus '817-..._•I v.,.;; ftll)S2'-UM f.US2.4·7S.7 Paper Hanging Ticket Sales ___ 2_16_5 2193.5 Ticket Sales 2193.5 AOVEATISE FREE NEXT ISSUE P&ace a ~wu•U .t.t.f.IVI CES PAPER HA"'tG1NG 'ad 1• w~ as a bO>d • adline) at NO CH AA GE ' trle ~·' • wtoelr.1 Call X' _. M<lMlAY '""LY Ticket Sales 2f93.5 PRIORITY SEATING Lmda ~" -42•;· 0111 1 ROH. $1.: "'""' Coope1 $15. Rotky van .Sh 11''"· S. J Call Sll l •to, " •t! lie. a1 ·~e•v Restaurants 2189.7 Restaurants 2189.7 Restaurants 2189.7 Com~n9 Soon To llonCrose 3926 Westhe imer • Houston, Texas 77027 Phone 62 1· 1825 Tra_ve_1_ _2- 1'9"4"' Travel 2194 Travel 2194 DESTINA TIO NS ..... UNLIMITED SAM RYAN Owner .. Travel Consultant DAVID R. GARLICK Travel Consultant (713) 529-2218 t4t0 Hyde Pork. Su le 3 Houston. te~os 77006 Demonstrators again demand more AIDS money SA!\ FHAXCISC'OtAP Dtm u1 8trator11 with tht" •amt· mt~ttlU' u11 a yt'ftr ago, thot tht·n· ,a.;hould lw mon· 6(0\ t·rnm1·n1 •pt·ndmi( in tht· fight 86(Uim1l AIDS, t"UUl'l"<I t<1r lt'SB trouhh• tor (ioldt·n (i1.Ht· Bridut· rommutn~ thiK 1imt· uround ··wl• rnuld hlotk tht• hridJ(t> u6(oin ii wt· wnntt·d 10:· orw "'J}(·ak er i;uid Wt·dnt·tidoy,,Jun. a1,dunng n mid·11p1.m rolly nl'tlwdt·monNtfil torti orgonizt·d by tht• Stop AIDS Now or f<:h1t• 1SANOEJ J(roup Somt' 100 t·hunlinJ(', wfo11th• blnwinl( murdwr11 nu~t;t•d tht• hridl(t>, usinJ( tht· 1·ni.t ti.idt·wnlk. h1.'­hind n bunnn no.uhnJ(. 'AIDS t 1unl Gt·nodde On tht• s.aml' datt· la.st H'M. d1·m· onl'trators wt-nt onto tht• ruudy.·u\" arnd litup1:i..-d traltit- for -th minuu~ during the morning C'ummutt• Tht·rt· were "27 arn:l'l!'> and south· hound trnffic was baC'hd up for nhout IO milea-i Tht·rt• were no arn•E>tN Wt-dm'8· duy, Jon. :H. and tht• only l'Vidt•nt disruption to bridgt• wutint· WOH 1rnfft'n•d by bicyclists used to rid· ing tht• span in the morninJ( Bridgt• police kept tht• bikerM oft thE' bridge durinj( the protetit to ovoid complications Motorists experient('d delayM ol up to :lV rninuh m~ 1tly ht rnu it' dnvt·r• wn1• slowing down to look at tht• dt·monstrntora. Tht·y \1.t•rt' on tht· hrulw1 from 7::1011 m. toX:,JO om 'I hoH• AIDS and I'm fi~htinK lor my lih·:· aaiddt·mom•tratorJt·r ry Althott, -Ii, of San FrnndH<'o ... I f('(•I thiK iH n way lO ht·iKhHm ('Oil· Kt·ioUl'll1t'tUI to n dt·t·udt· of Anwri· n1"K apmhy und ru<·i1-<m"' "Tlw govt"rnmt·nt ih ..:uilty ol lltHoundinJ(IY inndt•quatt> 1m•dirnl t•ommitn1t'nl to thiK diht'nHt·:· 'Wt• hu.,,·1· to Y.:Ukt• pt•oplt' up;' l'lilld unotht·r dt·mnnKtrutor. Chaya (iordon. 'Tiw gowrnmt·nt i1:m·t doin_g enough and proplt· urt• dy '""A s thl' nowd milled about at tlw (·enu.·r of tht• iipan, aumt• in tht·1r midM spray·pa111tl;'d graflit111n tlw sidewalk in red and yt-lloY.. Tht• ht vored phrase wall, ··tiJ(ht hut'k' Thf' demonstrators drnnlt·d UM thc>y walkt-d. undt·r a t·lpur hlut• sky: .. Womt·n lovinK womt•n, mt·n loving mm. wt• blork('(I tht• hrid1.u· and we'll do it OJ(tun:' und' FiKht back, fight AIDS, t;lly no."' SAI\OE takt•ll tlw Htund 1h111 more fl('(•ds to ht•dont• for AlllS pa tit•nts and to find a eun· for tlw tu tal illntss, whit·h damagt'A tht• body·!-. immunl" tt;.·a;h'm Regents reject proposal to kick ROTC off campus Hy JU.IE .\l(_"HFH ""' MAl>ISO:-.. w ·K. 1AP1-l1ninnll\ of W u1t·(1n11tm r1,::1·n1.11 today rf'Jf'rlt.d a lut·uhy hat·kt"(I prop1.Mu1I tu kiC'k the Huw·rn- Ollwt·rti Training ('orps from nm1pus to prott"llt the military a ban un It eluana und KUY mm The bourd vutt.J 13-:i mtilt>ad to atn·pt tht· rt•('11mmt·ndat1on ol l W SyKtt·m Pn"81dt·nt Kt•nm·th Shay. that tht> unin·nity 11tn·n1etht·n illll·f fort to lobby ( 'oilJ[rt-.S tot·hnnj!'.e tht· military·a pulwy In Dt"(.·t·mlx•r, tht> FuC'uhv St·nnlt' flt UW-Madi1-1on, tht· KYt1lt·~'t1 lurg· e1:1t n1mput1. 011ptovt'd a n·1wlution ask in~ tht' uni' 1·n1ity to t'X}lel HOT(' from c11mpu11 in rn9:J it the military continul"<I to proh1h1t KR.\'8 v.nd le11h1an11. Sl·\.·t'rul otht·r c-ampui; icrouin followl'<I with 11imilar rt"8olu t10n11. But Sha .... rt· .. pondt·d this w11·k by saying hl' did nut htolil•\'fl M'\'t'ring th<• uniHri;uy"• tll"S to the military Y.ould efh"(.11\'t'ly t·m-ourOKt' the mil· itary to C'hOnKt' 1tt1 polit·y Furtht•r­mott, ('(iminauon ol tht> m1litat)' prugrum.11 would hurt those students who lll·1wli1 from tht·m. ht· smd. Then· arl' uhuut HO 11tudenu m Ann;.-. :\a ... ·y und Air Forre HUT(." pru1Cfama lit l'W-\lild111on, whi'-·h has an enrullmt•nt ol 42.CXMI, 1md u total ol about 1.100 HOT<.· atudt·nt8 in thl' cnt1n• l'\\ Sy1<tt:m. which hlHI IJ.'l.OOU t11udt•nt8 ut J;s maJor cam· pui-t·" and 11t•\t•ral 11mallt·r n•ntt>r11. The rt'gt·nta lUitt•nt-d to tt-stimony lrom l!li 1ieopll' helort• \'otinJ( for Shm·.,·8 rt"""Olution. wh1d1 ('tlllt•d c•n tlwuni\·t·r 1tyto tt·1lu11l'fltrl ith1. AP LASERPHOTO Cadt>t Dand Danholuro/ th1· Air Forr:t• HO'JC at th1· l '"11·1·r•1ty of H.'1sconsin·Mad1.rnn aslu; tht• rt"Rt>nt1; tu allou tht' m1btary proJlranl!• to l!ta.\- on campuit gan in l~+~I to 1Ubby ConjO"eu and the military "'I think ll Y.as theappropriatern· oluticin to pai-i<." said Rett:t'nt Erroll Da\'is Jr. of Madison. ~ 1 think we ha'(' to work a little hardn than in tht> past. Thii> rt.~c1lution kttps tht• iH­ »Ut' in the front line and will for<.Y WI to dl'al with it y"a polic-y . Tht· 19h7 r1.-aolutmn. which statt'<I the Ulll\eTBll;t Y.1.>Uld attk lo lobb)' the- m11itnry . ..,, aa cntitllt'<I n-cC"ntly for hie-mg too hrood and int'Htdin• Tht> maJonty of rl'gt'nU said thl·y 11grt't'd "1th Shaw that kicltinw: thl' military oft cftmpWI would not t'll°e<.'l thf'changt•1oought 10 an.illional poli The resolution pa~ed today dif. <'Y ft•u from one approved by the rt-- 'lh optinK out W<' will ha\·t· noth J[t'nt111n 191i'7 becaui-;C'it noquin·s CW 1ng to any ubout thi11 iMSut·:' Shu .... administrators to n·port annually to told th1· rt'Kl nh1. •·1t '• an 111Sut· that !ht• board on tht• prt•KJ"t''""' uf ""'!oh moHf fJt• <·hnnJCt·d lrl(i1datin·ly" h)o·init ('fforti> to chanKt" tht• m11itnr· An ulhnul ~t lht· ATmy'11. HOTl' of. fi~at UW Madison,whodt-chnedto triw his name, iutid HUT( ofhcaah1 Y.ould decline to rommt'nt until M..­ing a copy of the reKt•nta d1.aa1on Jordan Manh. ol tht• \\18(Umun ~tudent As!K)('jati<•n. aa1d hl' Y.811 disappointed by tht' re1u·nt.' \.nfr but was enCl>uraged h) aumt· of tht· mt·mbt-rs' comment& ~ome rt'j(t'ntti said they would.,.. ant ROT(' banned if the lobhying tu t·hani:t• m1ht.i1ry poli<:}' fail,., •·Jt i-ohuw1 lht'~- an· tn·noua about th1 ond wanl lht• dia1 r1mmalHJn !'lopp.•d: h<' said Substance cripples AIDS virus growth in test tube lly MALC'OU! nrrn-:u AP Sc1t·nn· n·r1trr F A Tl1f. uON"I (\ <..l 1' t:W YORK <AP>---Sl"ientiht~ i-aid Feb. l that a nt·w dllllS of cht•mi· calK can cripplt' the AIDS viruit in the h"8t tube ut (•xtn·nwlv low dos· es. but othl.'r ret1(·an·ht·;1:1 said its pot('ntlal for tht>rapy iM not yt't known. Tht neY. 111ubt1W.m·t"8 appettr to ht• the m118t poH·nt yet a.tudit•d for i;topping tht· viruJJ from n·prudu<"' inJ(. snt'ntitits 11aid in tht• Hritish Journal 1'nture Human lt"Slll lor l'llt"(.·tivt'nl118 wen· ~lill ht•intc planm-d. hut ix healthy men tol(·rah'd ont· of the sub~tanft's without mv.jor i,;idl' ef· lt"(.'ls, according to rt·!learche~ from the Rega lni-titute for Mt'di cal R(•search in L.Ruven, lk·lgium; tht·Jani-,..en Research Foundation in Bt"erse, Belgium. and in Sprintc House, Penn. They conducted laboratory litudif'i-o of compouncL-. callt"d TIHO derivv.tivt':-. In theirtt·st.s, the com· poundi; inhibited reprodut·tion of thf' All>S virus at conet:•ntration~ that Wt're 10.000 to 100,000 timt11 lowt"r than what is net'ded to kill Ct'lls That compart's to C'on('t•ntru tiom of I 00 timt·t1 to 10.000 tim~ lowt•r thun a ct•ll·killinJ( do!'(' re­qum- d for Az·1: tht· only approvt"CI drug for treating ltt"Quinod immune defkit·ncy 1yndnlmt• and for the experime-ntal dru){s dideox\.'<.'\"tidinl" and dide<1xym~in~·. the rt>ll('archt•~:-. said. Th18 1(-St·tuhf' pott•nt·y of the nt·w ('(•mpounds mas bode wl'll for 11\01ding tiidt· t'Ot"(.18, but nohod~ knows what w11uld hnppen in hu mans, cnutiont'<I AIDS rt'~t'archer Jay l.t.·vy of tht' l·ninnutyol Cali· fornia ut San Frnnnst·o. Mtm)' drug~ thut look promising in tht' test tulw turn out to ha\"f' unpn:-dictt'<I 11idt· dlt'(18. ht• suid m a telephone inll'rvit·w. And h1)(h(•r potency in tht· tt'l't tuht· do(-9 nol necessarily mean gn·nter effC"C­tin: nt',..s in prople he anid Jt'ffrey Laun·net' of tht· ~1·w 'i'ork Ho:;pital-CorneU '-t1·dirnl Ct·nt.er said he was C'Ont'f'rm-d that the compound h11o?hlightf'd in th(' study did not work Blo?<lllltlt dust• rl'iati,·e1; oftht· AIDS virus. mdud· in~ Hl\'·2 and a monkt·y·canit>rl ,·ersion of the AIDS '\'lrU!I. That su1o::e-t.t- tht• All>S nru11 mii::ht he<·omt• re~1!'.'t.mt to it h) mutatinto: only lightly, h1• 1m1d Leaders of Mass. gay groups vow to fight Silber candidacy By DANIEL IU-: 1-:(:AN t UH f.IE MONTFIOSl VU BOSTON (APJ- ·l..t.·nd1·rsof1enr al gay and lt•!'bion J(roups have pledtct'd to dt•fNll Bm1ton l! nivt·rt1i ty Prl'11idt·nt.John Silht<r in hiH hid for tht• Dt·m11("rt1tk t(uht.•rnatorittl n<1m1nOt1UO "John Silbt·r 111 on(' of th<· mu~t untllrinl(. inhuman pt'Oplt· I hu\'l• t•ver had tht• di11pleat1ur1· of lwing a._stlC'IBtt.-d with:· soid ,Jeff :\kkt•l pni<idt·nlofth<· Hoston l'nivt>n>ity l..t>Shian and Gay Allinnce. :\ic.'kt>I criticizt'd ~ilht·r on Thurt1duy. Ft>b. l , for n•lu1un~ to indud<' sexuul pn•fon·nn.• in Bos· ton Cninrsity'1 onti·di8t·rimina· tion U&tt·mt·nl and for M9yiny he did not ronsidtr homost•xunlity to ht• ··normative."' David Lal<"ontaine. lobhying di· rt"(.1.0r of the Coalition for l..eMhian and Gay Civil Hights, i:;aid ac·tiv· ist:; would work a1eaini.t ~illw.·r OM sl'riously ai- tht•y worked to pass a bill lai-t year outlawing di11t·rim1· nation against gay peoplt' in hou&­ing, employmt'nt and cn·dit. r\uting that Sillwr hM cnti<:iit-d reporter~ and opponenttl for tak ing remarks out of rontext, l.nFontain<' said, ' We are- ht're to put hi11 remark~ into context, in the context of the tradition ol bij(· otry and prejudict·'.' C1 lin Riley, a spokt· p •rwn for tht• Sillx·r campnign. 1mid Silht•r would not c-<1mm(·nt on tlw 1ww:; conlt·n•nl·t•. In an intt·rvu·w \\'t•dnt·i.du\·. ,Jon. 31. with tht• Boston Ht'rnld;s echtorial hoard. Sill)(•r said hf' r('o llil'ltl'd indudinK iit·xual orienta lion in th(• Bll 1mti·dil4t'rimination policy bi'('UUMt· tht• lon..:uagl' was too imprt'C'l"l'· •·1 f'l1unlt•th1• formula they want mt• to UtTt·pt. namt·ly no dil'l'-'rimi­nation Ut'COrding tn 1t·xunl prt·frr· enl'(•, with 11uc-h a hrond <'OOl1.'pl thnt it would appron any kind or atxual nhu1onship imaginable:' Silbt.·r 8aid Silbt·r Kaid hi11 .. ·it·w of homosex· uolity ii no d1ltt·rt·nt from thot of the LegislatUrt'. whil'h pll!>i'1t·d tilt" law prohibitinj( dil'tr1mmutwn against J(RYl'I while nt tht· 11ttmt· timt• includinK hlnl(UUJ!:l.' dn•nvo" ing any endor~('m(·nt ol tht• homo- 11exual lifestyle He said he would not work to rt peal that law. But Jean l\frCra\". t·o-t·ha1r nf the MaSt1uchu8('lts. IA"llhian und Gay Har A:JSo<·iation. Miutl, ··11 h<! had been govt·rnnr laat yt>ar, tht'rf' would he no lt'flbian and gay Cl'- ii rights hill.' ~1cCray also qut"Ktinned wht'lh t'r Silber would})(' "lihng lo pro· vide the money in hl.8 budg'et. 1f cl('('tt.-d govt·rnor. to 1·n fort·t· thl' la" Students protest ROTC ban on gay people E\ANSTON, Ill. cAPJ St·vNnl NorthY.:t·Htt-rn lininrsitv Ktudt·nt groupM thot oppo"'e on 1-io-rc ban on homol't·xualM ure nMking th<• s<·hool to l•liminot(' th<• traininJ( corpM proJ(Tum lrom tnmpui., Tht> l'!tudt•nts ullt•g1• thut Penta· goo ruh'll ~·xdudinK humo..cxuals from HOT(' progrums violate f':orthwc11tt•rn"1 1tnti·dit1nimino· tum polic-y. Thf'ir M'll1Mt1m 18 port of a nationwide mnvf'm('nt to chant(<• thf' mihtnry"M polit·y. 'Tht> 1asut' is thnt Ow urn,·t·f'llitv hnll a policy und that it 1Sn ·1 t~· forcintc its own polky;· 11tid Karin Norrintcton, IMtUdt'nt j(OV<'rnment president The Associnted Student Govl'rn mmt at. Northwe1;tt'rn hm1 coiled for the withdrawal of univen:iity t.upport for the ROTC program un· lt>ss military ru!('s ore ('hOn(Ced. The iKi.ue will be taken to the uni versity"s board of trustt"f's m·>.t month. l\ls. r\orrington 11.aid ' ':\'orthw('l!t('rn lJniHnity has a nry progressivt• policy wht•n it <'Omf'B to dealing with dit1C'rimma lion:· said Sean Maher. a mt-mbt·r of tht' Coalition for Equal Oppor· tunity 11tudent group. "'It's pretty hypotriticaJ to not apply it to cer tam groups~· '(Ouy11 tmd lt·Hhinns ore JX•rfo<:t tnndidlllt"H for HOT(·;· tm1d David Munar. n 1unic1r Y.:ho iH pn14ident of Northwl'Ktt•rn'11 Guy ond Lesbian Allio.ntt•. The cumpu14 jutit north of Chica· KO ha11 olft·n•d HOT(' proJ(Tams tiinC't.• 19"1.l:i. ('mdr. SttVl" Turnbull. tXt"(.'Utivt• dirt"(.·tor of ?\orthWf'Mtern"s naval 8<'itm't' dt·partmt•nt, •nid tht• pro­Krllms muflt folloY. Dt•partml'nt of IJ1·ft•nfl1• n•gulllt11>08. Turnbull dedint'<i to commt'nl on tht i1111ut• and a cnmpue cadl't •nid ROTC 11tudmll!I havl' heen told not to tnlk about it. Banning h·11hianM ond gny mt•n from all hruncht·H of tlw militnry dotes back to tht• I !l:lUM, Mid 1'('11 t.agon spokesperi;on David SupN Defense Department poli<.·y MUYM their pre1;ence "odvt'oit•ly ufh·t·t1 the ability to mai ntain ditmpline, (Cood order, morale .. and dt·ploy ml'nl of memberM who mu11t livt' and work undt'r rlohe mnditinne. ' The policy hue promph'<I pr~ tt'"'ts at 11everal otht•r Khools, in duding the- l.'niV("r8ity 11! \\.'i11mn l'in m Madison, wht'rf' !ht' faculty voted in Dt"l-emlll'r to uk rl'Jt:t•nt. to tnd thl' 11chool'11 aflil111t1on with HOTC progrnma. Montrose Voice Phone Fun - Amanda - Horoscopes - Soap - Personals For the Montrose Voice Aries Someone who knows exactly what he or she wants (and exactly how to get it) looms large in your life's picture. 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