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Houston Voice, No. 903, February 13, 1998 - File 006. 1998-02-13. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1305/show/1273.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 903, February 13, 1998
Contributor
  • Michelak, J. C.
  • Murphy, Terry
Publisher Window Media
Date February 13, 1998
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 006
Transcript R E G I O M A L Songfest delivers big time: Jerry Atwood (above left), founder of "A Christmas Songfest." one of Houston s biggest fund-raising events of the year, handed off an oversized check representing $25,731 to Mary Walbed (center) and John Gonzalez of Bering Community Service Foundation. Representatives of Montrose Clinic were on hand at Riva's Restaurant Feb. 8 to receive a similar check, representing more than $51,000 in total generated by this year's event. Southern Baptists may boot pro-gay Austin church AUSTIN (AP) _ A Southern Baptist church that welcomes practicing homosexuals may be ousted by the Baptist General Convention of Texas when it meets in Dallas later this month. The convention's administrative committee voted unanimously last week to recommend the expulsion of Austin's University Baptist Church. The convention's executive board has set a Feb. 24 vole on the matter. The administrative committee contends thai any church accepting the homosexual lifestyle is defying biblical teaching and cannot be accepted in fellowship with other Southern Baptist churches. The confrontation resulted when thc OBITUARIES lames Mauldin Services where held Feb. 5 in Baker. La., for James Timothy Mauldin. of Houston, who died Feb. 1. A graduate of Louisiana Stale University in Baton Rouge. La.. Mauldin move to Houston in 1993 and worked as a probation officer for the slate ol | Texas. lie is survived by Ron. Jim, James, Vtnce. and many olher friends, as well as his parents. Tim and Betty; a sister. Amy: and many other relatives. "Wc will always remember his smile and laughter and Ihe joy of being surrounded by his family and friends. So, fly high my friend, with wind beneath your wings. You will be missed so greatly." Richard Pinson A memorial celebration will be held Feb. 21 for-Richard P. Pinson, affectionately known as "Little Dick." who died Feb. 1. Short in stature but big of heart, he struggled with his lifestyle but he made a family of his friends al work and play. Friends knew when Dick was around because of his laughter. He was willing to lend a helping hand because il j made him feel a part of—nol apart I from. Utile Dick con- iidered Houston | his home: espe- ally the | Montrose area. He worked hard and he played hard. Pay day was Play day. He will be missed by his many friends lhat he touched in this life. They will gather Io celebrate his life from 2 to 4 p.m., Sat., Feb. 21 at EJ's. 2517 Ralph. church's site on the World Wide Web caught the eye of the convention committee, said Charles Davenport of Fori Worth, administrative committee chairman. On its site, the church mentions its Texas Baptist affiliation and promotes its own Open Circle ministry. The ministry is made up of "gay. lesbian, bisexual, straight and transgendered people working toward unity and inclusion in our denomination and communities," according to the Web site. If the board upholds the administrative committee, the convention's name would be removed from the church's literature and Web site. The board also will decide whether to discontinue accepting money from the church lor mission programs. Davenport denied that the convention is Irving to expel the church. The convention aims to distances itself from the church, he said. Nevertheless. the Rev. Larry Bethune. the church's pastor, said the move to expel Ihe congregation seems In say that God discriminates against gays and lesbians. "Gays and lesbians and their families are damaged once again by hearing lhat God hates them." he told the Austin American-Statesman in a story published Feb. 10. They hear lhat lhe way an African American would hear, 'Love the soul and hate the color.' or a woman would hear. 'Love lhe woman but hale the gender." Relations between the congregation and the convention have been turbulent for years. In 1948. the church stopped segregating people in Its pews by race, "withstanding the criticism of many other Texas Baptist churches at See AUSTIN/page 17 Remember When Lif When All You Really Wanted Was to VOICE The Houston Voice anil JR's invites you to attend an exclusive sneak preview ol a delightful new film Wed., February 17, 7:30 pm at Houston's Landmark Greenway III Ma Vie En Rose (My Life in Pink) "...un invitation too wonderful to resist." , "...wildly colorful." Admit Two Passes available at JR.'s beginning Saturday, February Hth at Noon. While .su|>l)li<'s las! No purchase necessary. AFTER THE 1W0VI Join the fabulous KOFI at JR.'s for the Joe Boxer Shorts Contest. $250 In Cash Prizes. You could win a Free Pair of Joe Boxers. Plus...$2.75 Premium Frozen Drinks $2.00 Domestic I gnecks SanUL Fe Bar & Patio Marry tT Next Door?
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