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Title Montrose Voice, No. 529, December 14, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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Date December 14, 1990
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE Attorney general-elect to decide later on appeal of ruling THENEW!.PAPER :>FMoNTRosea([om~~n~t~ ~ublie~ittg [ompunl!o FRIDAY oECEMBER,. 19900 :sue529 408 AVONDALE. Hi - JN TX , 0 11: )29-64~ Austin district judge rules Section 21.06 is unconstitutional AUSTIN (AP)-Allomey Genera1-e1ectDanMoralessa1d he·11dec1deatterhetakuolllce whether to appeal astate1udge·a ruling lhatTexu· law against homosexual sodomy is By sttt;R1 c:om;r-; l>AfUlONNt; unconst1tut1onal M"nfro.t-Vv<ctf:duor &-<·tum :.!!Oti of tht Tua11 l'l'nal Code,thl'11tate11odomy111.atutethat criminahze11private,1:un..en1111al11u. bttw~naameMxcouplNandha1 ~n u11ed toju~ufy unequal t~at ment of hnmc-xual11 for t.,.·o dK­adM, wa11 ruled unn•n .. utut1unal Monday by Sc.aw U1111.r1ct C>urt JudjCl.'Paul Da,,.111m A11>1lln Tex&r1 hat1hada1odo111y 111.etutf llln<-.!lht'l11t.t-l9thCt-ntury,butSec­llonZ\. 06,whichapplirsonlytoho­- xualli<!d"my.huMnmefff'ct amce 197:.!. Thi' law w.u ruled uncon "lllutionalmal:.S.d111tnctC'011rtm !911lbutthatriJhngwulaterov.-r turn..dmafed .. ralappHIAcourt Atahoutn<>onMonday.Judlfr!Ja vi1of1'rav111Co11nty.prn1dm1rovl'r tht f1r•I htann1 of tht'Tua.o Hu MontNMH" Art by LIS~l'l'A LAVY Th~ Monlro•r ~·mu The world premiere of the finit majorexhibitofartworkcreated bythepeopll'oflndoneeia'110uter laland1i1curren1lyon exhibit at the Hou1d.on Mullt'um of Natura.I &1ence. Organizt'd by Ult 8mith· aunian and titlt'd ~Beyond th"Ja va Sea: Artoflndonnia'• Outer lsland1:· thl' exhibit contai~ over 200 workl ranginl( from larl(••tone.c-ulptureetointricate gold jt>Wtlry The ahow alao in· eludes textill'll, houuhold itema andarch1tl'C"tur•I pittH.Manyof thf'objectacomefromtheNaticin al ~tullf>Um in Jakarta and other provincial mulM"llm• throughout lndonetiia and have nt'ver been lf't'n in the l'nited Statet. After leaving Hou11ton, thl' exhibit will trav•l to thl' Nat10nal Mu&eum of r-.atural HiMtory, theSmith.imnian lnalltuuon in W811hin(l'lon, IJ.C andtotheJA>Younl(Mua•umm Snn Fr,.ni;iMco lndone11ia. the fiflh largl'11tna tion in the world, oonlliMt.Hof 13.677 i1landa. Thi1exhibit}our· neya lwyond thl' mort familiar and mart' populou11 inner Ullanda ofJavaandBalit.oft'aturt'theart forma ofthl' outer ialanda wherf" m08l of lndonetiia'a :100 hnKUi• t.kethnic grou~ are 11Catl.l'red The objl'CU m •·Beyond tht' Java Noa"' allow theviewtrtocom .. truct apictureoftht'richculturalhfe andartiahctraditionofth<'lleout· erilllandpet•pltt.A!Aoinclud..din ll\l'"exhibitill.111hort video''" In· donetiiant"Ulturt Thee:11h1biti1dividedintothrtt major the1T>it1. ·:Anceetoni. Fami manRiirhu:Foundation'achallenlfl' Wthelawunderprovi11ionaofthl' atateconstitution.rl'turnedh1adeci 1nonMtatmjl"theatat1,1tt'violatl'dthl' Tua11 ConMtirntion"• guarantel' of theriichttoprivac;r Thetria\of"Morale11l'talva.thl' Sta~ of Texa.o:· THRF"a 11«t1nd :ll.06 challeng•. oriirinally achl'd ull!'dfor21l0p.m. Monday.waade­M" nbt"d aa baaically an ··all on pa Pf'T&ummaryjudgml'nthl'arinirb>· TllRF ttpmM"ntat1vet1. The heann1 ....... wiftly eonducU'd and Judjl"t' Uaviatookonlyaboutfh·•mmutN tore.-hhiadecillion.accordin11to TllR1''. Thl' foundation had decided to brinirtheca..etutrialwht>ntheatate chaUPnirPd iu motion W 111mm8l)· :· l(mfl'ltw1ththt'tNtimonyofthl' highly controvel'ILial Dr. Paul Cameron aa an '1•Xpt"rt w1tne The11taw'1rehanc .. onthctt·Mt1mony ofCameron.whu..rp1,1hli<·atinnl!m cl1,1dt ··11omo••t•xu11lity Threat w Mankind:' "Prote<·tl'uhlit(luaran uneGa;yM" and ··ChildMol .... 10111>n and Homo1uuali1~-:· WllM widely tt po1rl.edfollowml(th11tt·halll'nl(e Atwrn .. y11forth1·11tawhadal.oar 11u...:lth1t.1fthtl11,.·hadbe<-nn.il...:I cont1t1tut1unal undtr thf VS Co1 1lltutwn.itMhouldalM•m..-tl'f'Q.Ulrl'" menue>fthe11>1tecon .. 11t1.1t1on,a1 th•pnitectil."l•"·trf'mltndl'dtobt, 1h .. aame llo1uton attornn· llonald Sk1p .. 1th. ro<ha1r of THIU'. aa1d th• fmmdatinn .. ·a•pl'1'paredforanal mn11t 1nev1tablt 11ppeal oftht' dN"!· aion. but that board m•mbtta be­hew ··we1TllRF1 h11v• an fX<"l'llt'nt chanl'I' ofvlll iry" n ~tatt'flPIJI' late C.•Ort81Wf>IJ lt>xpectthat90mewhert>in thl' l(reat 1tateofTexaa. aoml'One will appul(theruling).but1•1t>'reready for round two:·aaid.Skipwith. ··we fl'<:'lwehave11neJ1Cl'l1entchan«.be­cauMl'Ofthe riicMtoprivacy provi 11iun of the !Texa&)oon1titu1Lon'' While ilia uptoatateAtwrney G1n1-ral·elKtDanMoralNlnorela t1<mtoLindaJtodecid•wht>1heror not theruling.bouldbeforwarded theatateappealeoourt.oreventu all1·. to the Texu Supreme Court. a :OJnty du1tnctattome) ma}' a]90 dl'C'.Ldetoappeal Thiawaathecue w1thiiaker1·11.Wad• ... h1ch .. aanot appealedbythen·AttorneyGfll'1"8l J1mMatwx Sk.ipwith N•d THRF behevN tht> challl'ngl' ,..ill fatt better on appffl m a"tatt'oourt than didtht>fil'ILt 21.06cue. Bakuv1. Wade(\9791 whi ~h we. tril!'d in the federal court Al90. hl' addl!'d. the challen11e ofa •tate1tatute"aconat1tution11ityin Tua1""didn"tl'1'allybelonginfeder aleouri"" Skip .. ith noU'dth.i.odomyatat utNmtwoothn1tate11.Michigan and h.1'ntucky. wl're rl'«'ntly over I.urned throuirh challengN in th• ~tate eo1,1rta "ltHf'matobeth•wayto11o:·he ~T·H R1'" hu imt1al.ed a mail fund ra1am1rdr11·etuh•lpfinanCl'anex pecl.ed ··1un1 and upenaive"" battl• intht"appeal•rourt Meanwhile. pl•1nt1U. in the call'. Lmda Morain or Hou11ton. Tom Uoyal and Pat Cramu of Au11tm. and ('h11rlutte Taft and John Th.,. mu or Uallu. alon1 will\ th•ir at tuml')'. J. P•tnrk W18"man. eel~ ,b.r,a l.edthelowurourtvktoryMon image. of ance1t.ora which att thought to protect the living Marriage ritual1 often involve the exchange of Javieh gift.a to aymbolize the a.lliance betwttn ·1 am going to need to wait until I haveanopportun1tyto auumeof11ceand review the documentation and review the specific case." Morales said Tuesday. Dec. 11 He said he expected to dc1de on that and other pending lawsuits soon after tak1ngollice Gay men and women !rom Aus11n. Houston and Dallas challenged the 1879 law before D1s1nct Judge Paul Davis ol Austm. who made his ruhng Monday. Dec. 10 The law makes 1\ a Class C misdemeanor. punoahablebya $200 !me, lor consenting adults olthesamegendertohave deviant sexual intercour1e The p1a1ntllfs assened that the law violates Texas con1t1tut1ona1 guarantees ol privacy. equal protection and due process. as well as the state Equal A1ght1 Amendment Davis· ruling drew a protest Tuesday. Dec. 11. from a small groupledbyMarkWeaver.head oftheAmericanFam1ly Assoc1ahon ol Texas ~;;l'1~~~:~~~:~:·re!~~:: Vaccine to be :~:~g:: a~~:p::~:a.:~~ ~:(' tested on n;~n~~~0r;;;:~:~;u':ice~fe··re- Hl':-inf ected nectath•ielandeni"belierthathu· patients SAN ANTONIO (AP! ·Military hosp11a1s are preparing to test an AIDS vaccine chat could keep HIV-infected pa11ents healthy mdel1notely Morethanado.zenvacc1ne1 have been tested 1n animals at man C\lltom#. ntuala and behav ior can affect thl' world oftht'goda u well u the natural forcet on earth. Ritual obiecta prod1.1ced to htlp maintain harmony in a deli caUly balanced univente att in eluded under thie htading. "Beyond the Java Sea" will be ~~~:~~;'~~~~~~~~or on di11pla,y ll\rough Feb. 17 at lite Antonoo But the new live-year Hou1t.on Museum of Natural Sci clinical trial marks the first hme ence, located in Hermann Park an AIDS ~acc1ne has been tesled IK"TI.llll from Miller Outdoor Thea- hera in humans tre. Admia1ion i• $:.!.50 for non· Known as gp160, the vaccine membt·r adulta. ia made from a tiny protein on !'hi MllM'um ~ alllO pr•enting the outer coat ol the AIDS v1ru1 othl'r related. activitie1. Among :~~~~~~n d~f8:h~0111~~l~~~~h• thfl'lt' 11 a d1aplay. of 11eaahella responsible for infection ~;;d t~; ~~~:=~a.owC:":!1'i~ th::~u~~ :~: ~1~~~~:t~:1;:,: lion. lhl' Hh1bit mdudN an ex· into contact with healthy cells amplfl of tht' rare Jo:p1tomum before 1nfechng them 1COlarem known &1 the PrKioua researchers hope a vaccine Wentlttrap or Stairca&fl .Sht'll. mad~ from gp160 will tngger lhe The ahella will be on t'Xhibitattht' body s defense against the viru1 Strake Hall of Malacology before serious infection occurt through 1''eb. ii:i. AlllO included i.9 ·Scientists are out to trick the 'ft~::;~'t,':ta;~1::,i'lJ/!~':m tMah1bit •/kyt)ndth,Ja1·a .'Yo· Ari'>{ Jru/one8la.'• Ouurl.!~"'d."at th, Hoiufon a ~pecial plan_etarium .•h~;"' titled :~~s;~0,11.1 ~~a:~ ttc~~~ ;:i .. "Star1 from Jo:aa:t to Weet which Davis. an 1nlect1ous disease lil'll and Clllfla, 'Marriagl'" Alli tiom ofthf" ou~r i9Jand ?et•vle objf'rt>I au ooniudered linkl tothe :!'::'i.o ~::ifl~~ :~;1~7~1~~~ ~fi~1~~a~~~ ~~~i:rc~I ~-::~~Ill ancee" and ··.spirit World and Rit Family heirloom• and clan put which confer lpiritual powflr . . Center ual Life:· which reflect IQmeoftht' trelll!uree 81'1' featured in ··Anc upon thflir owners. Everyda,y ob- the Indonl'flian region. It oontm· Tests W•ll be conducled m San h"" ' belit>fa and cultural tradi t.oN. 1'"amiliee and Clam Theo ject.e too are often decorated with Ut'I through Feb. 16. Antonio at Wilford Hall and Brooke Army Medical Center, al Jurors deliberating in punishment phase of former lawman's trial Fort Hood on Killeen; a1 waiter Reed Army Institute ol Research in Washington. 0 C., and at Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital CLJ·;BL:RN~:. Texa. !AP)--An ac in the ahooting death of Jerry fyinl( 1111 a prQ.lle•:utiun witne operation at a roadside park that oomplicl' in the 1hooting death ofa Shaw. aaid he and Yarhroul(h went to the reaulted in the arreet of about 400 Burle1on man at a l"fft ltop haa: Juroni deliberated about five rest at.op on lnter11tate a.'JW to rob men on queationable indecency testified that a formt>r law officl'r houra befott finding Yarbrough. someone while on theu way to charge•, according to testimony 1pentmonthateachinghimhowto 44, of Dttatur guilty of capital Auatin Moetofthosearreetedwerebe-targl'l hom011exual1 for crime1. murder in the Feb. 27 alaying of Yarbrough apent five monthe Jieved Lo be homosexual. Various A John110n County Jury Tue1· Jerry Shaw. 29 teaching Brumfeld how to identify agt>ncie11 have conducted inveati day. O..C. IL began hearing l'vi Yarbrough ii a formtt Fort and victimize gay people. C....timo- gationl int.o the Wiae County denc-e on puni1hmt'nt for John Worth police lieutenant and Wi&e ny showl'd roadside park operation Yarbrough He W811 convicted County chief deputy sheriff Mil Aa chief deputy in Wise County, The defendant had no rl'"action Monday. l)ec. 10, of capital murdt'r t.on Brumfeld. an accomplice teat1 Yarbrough aupervi11ed a mlWlive when the verdict Willi read. But Jun• and Eula Shaw, th• victim'• The vaccine is to be tested on parent.a, and Elizabeth Mayfield, people who already lest pos1l1ve 1ister of the victim, embraced :~~~I~~~ a;a:!~~;1~~tia~:;8P John90n County proucutor Liaa infections associated with AIDS Maddux h~~~: l;a:1'.t :'~:~~u~~·;:~;:~ G~y did:· eaid Shaw. "'I expect the Minnesota ~~t~=~~:~~~t~:~:h~~~;~ man awarded ;"'h""''. $44,749 for Woman begs for guardianship of her lesbian lover AIDS Alliance adopts working budget for 1991 unlawful firing MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -A longt•me lr1end otSharon Kowalski. left ex1reme1y brain-damaged lrom a 1983tralllcacc1dent,sa1d Kowalski"1lesb1an1over1eek1ng herguard1ansh1p1amanipulat1ve. possessive and domineering But several other witnesses por1rayed Karen Thompson as extremely caring and devoted to Kowalski. vll•ting her1evera1 l•ln8$aweekand laking her homeonweekenda TntimonyconcludedFnday Dec 7. and a 1udge took the casei.mcleradv1sement His dee111on could cap • live-year 1ega1 s1rugg1e thal has pilled TtiomPM>n against the woman·1 parents 2 MONTROSE VOICE, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14_ 1990 AIDS Alliance adopts working budget for 1991 Frolft /J06" l appropriate manner. from any •P­propria1. t10urces.bt1tcity,county. st.te or federal. or pnvattcorpora tions ... becauae the probkm 1s ao rre-t;· Cooptreaid Service provider board membtu. however; were more direct. ''The county husupporttd(theA\lianct>l. at lee.at in ttrml of facilitiN and corder, to work with !.-on a paper which will be preeented to city health officials. then to council when it befin• diacuHiOJ)I of the 1992 budget in February AIDS ri rhu activi1u, inc\udini membtn of the AIDS Equity League and ACT UP Hou11.on were alllO u ked by Lff to prMent their vie.,.• for the ttport Alao,&erViceprov1d1>rrepr-nu ~=rle;~\ar;.~~ta;:n";~:~:1i:1;: :!~fl:':nd::i~ :c::h~r:.~~~!~:'~:;:f','h:frD~t~~//;:,/:.~~D~ "r-~~,t;;'.~~:.;:~:'~JD~ 'E~'::}:';'f::;~:~Th: partment reprtwntall\'l!'tl laMt wttk mu Strttf Cf11uc. ACT UP Huuaton orid otMr1 to diKuaa AIDS fundinll'. Durin& the Alliance meeting. addreu to the rouncil O.C. 4 in ob- cuuncdmembtt Sheila Jackaoro l.ee ent their views on .. ,.·hst needa_I" bt Denomina­tions struggle with idea of homosexual ministers GREENSBORO.NC (AP)--The Rev. Don Martin was forced to resign from h•s Presbyterien pulp1t 1n Richmond, \le, recently because church olflc1als discovered he •Se homosel( ual Martin. interim mmister al Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church lore1ghtmonths.sayshe1s mvolved m a "Comm•tted monogamous relatoonsh1p" with another man Martm'sexper1ence poontsto lhelarg•rquestoon of whether gay men and le1b1ansare sp1ntua11y quellf1ed to 1ead congregations. Its an mereu1ng1y lroubltoaome issue for main stream denommat1ons as more gays and lesb1ensgo Cooper told board members 1hatth• ervan• of World AIDS Day (Dfc. on Fnda)·. l>ef ':'.po ons mvoh·"'' f1u~· with the citv & All>S r..- buda:et w .. "fle:.ibl1> e1 1hU. ix11nt' At a •perial m•rllngcalled by mAID:iHrv1 Wt"l'e ~kedtopn •pon Rubi mwfl8appomc-dre- -------- 'Several thmi1ha\'l•Curn1t<.o rny :~~·,~~::,:,:.;::'..~:.:.:''.om Armual celebrations for billiard, tennis leagues th1s weekend public and demand equal treatment mthechurch Much of the debate centers on whether or not homosexuai.ty s as1n If 1t 1s-andconservaltve Chflst1answoll quote Scripture es prool-then anyone who contmues to practoce 11 1s malong a choice to love apart from God If ot 1snot, as homosel(U81s and liberal Chrishans say. then •I becomes a barrier of spor1tua1 pre1ud1ce for people who need a church community where they can be accepted ·Jesusneverspokeonceabout homosexuality." said the Rev Christine Oscar. lesbian pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church congregation 1n Greensboro. "Jesus spo~e a lot about love relat1onshops Former gay Scout says he wants to be a leader again travel 1upport, ifnotmon1>tarily: s&ld AnnRobisun.uec.·utivedirr< tor ofthe Montroae<.:uunaelin1rC1>n· ter and an Alliance board member MontrOlleSporubyGARVSHAVI': WW be held at 2:00 p.m Bunda,y, awards~. are '.2: Sons o! Th~ Moritro .. · \.-"cu,.., Dl!Jc_ 16, at the Venture- ~ Park.St.e.Uon, 13-3 14#).92) LOS ANGELES [AP\ ',.1x1.al or1enta11onhas no beari.,g a person's ability to :nsp1re y<:c1ll to be fnendly, courteous and kind. anattomeysa1dduring a trial to remstate a gay Eag1e -G90" bicycle ride Seoul as a Scout leader The Houston Met.ropoll- N (3) PastT1mePrec:ts1on.13-3( 139- The 0-.y Cycling Club, &mJ.J.e.ted. Jon Davidson of the America~ wtth the Houston Outdoor Group, C1vol l1bert1es Union said " But the CityofHou~uin. with all ite (verbalJ1upportoftheAllianl'l",haa notlfivenapennytothi11or11"amza tion,oranyoth1>r" Wl Bllll&rde League and KoniroH - Billiard 101i. and <4 i BMAr Patch, 11-5 =H=~~! Bei,itbor- sta.ndJ.ngs < 1~;1!Jp1a,yere1nLhll1ndMdual oelebr&Uons th18 week- hood At the top of the KMBL etandingB are ( 1) De.v1d Smith, end. HTC'e annual elec- tee.rn etandingB ae the Ya.rd Doge, 44-'1; (2) C&rlos ~~~~! 8pOr1:1 eeuon encie, C and N Romero,PastTtmePreclsiOn,36-7, will sponsor the "Pancy Home Monday. Dec. 10. that Cal1lornoa Tour.' e. blke l'lde through the law protects people from the Helghta and River O&ks areas, be- harm to an md1v1dual s d1gnoty 1n ::!ein ~uJ:'~~~~ ~~!? _ told. We dent take your 10:00 a.m. 8&turde.Y (Dec. 15). George Davidson. an attorney Service provider r1>prt·~ntativl!'tl have met with ci1y c:ounc-ilmemhen twicetodiacu1111 !-l ouMt<m'are~po1nae to AIDS 1ince makmir an rmvllnnal S&turoa,y, Dec. 16, at ~~~~ ~u: (3) Jeff Minke, Past Time Prect Culpepper'e (downtoWn, while (p.mesl47-93J.Round1ngoutt.he =~~·ta~ld~s~1!'rc~ HllBfa 898BOn awards oeremony top four t.Mm8, who will pt the 5/611, 38-13 ~:U ~1::=n ~ ~ ~~~~~~es;io~~o~~!s~-tAa~~~~:~ ~o":3°"7998 or M&rton 'at 628- ~~~:;n~~;ea:sle~~~~!s and (The Scouts) aredetending this case because !hey want lo continue teaching young boys that homosel(uallty rs immoral George Davidson sa•d on Channel 8, the local Public Broadcasting System station, is to be commended for its "Living With AIDS" production last Tuesday. The producers at­tempted to caver all aspects of AIDS in Houston, combining the factual with the personal. The program established that AIDS is no longer, if it euer was, limited to the gay male population. Only a couple of years ago certain writers on the Right alleged heterosexuals would not become an affected community except for drug users (and in­/ erred that such hardly counted). Now more than thirty percent of new coses ore not homosexuals. And in a couple of years the majority of new cases will be among heterosexuals. And parallel to this, "Living With AIDS" mode it clear that the health cost is dear now and rising­with Houston ahead of most of the country. These two trends are already combining to overload the system. The producers mode their point and allowed the concerned governmental agencies to respond­too little money too late. But here was also a clear implication that at least the Houston Deportment of Health is not doing its job, which in the case of AIDS is primarily one of education. Granted too lit­tle money, Houston wastes much of what it does get (although Houston cannot be accused of wost· ing local dollars since the City of Houston has yet to spend a single dollar of its own money on AIDS). Harris County fares only a little better. Its direc· tor of hospitals, Lois Moore, at least can say "gay" and "homophobic" and sincerely wants to /ind more money for patient care-a revolutionary idea in this county. What was not euen mentioned in the report was the Greater Houston AIDS Alliance, the umbrella organization created by the city and the county to oversee the war on AIDS. This over· sight may well have been intentional. Government, on any level, is not noted for efficiency or action, but the GHAA challenges all others for its ineffi· cient inaction. It's hard to point to a single achieve-ment of the GHAA except for their monthly co/fee and donut sessions, yet they are projecting a 1991 budget of $303,000-$233,200 of which will go for payroll expenses. That's a lot of money for inac­tion. Now, thanks to the Ryon White Act, Houston and Harris County shortly will be receiving mil­lions of dollars as "emergency" funds to fight AIDS. And guess who likely will administer that money? You're correct if you said the Greater Houston AIDS Alliance. Whatever else this will provide more administrative jobs for more homophobes and closet coses. And still leave a little to "buy" a few 'l'\IDS activists" for window dressing. The sod truth of this scenario and the images on the screen Tuesday night is that while not enough money does go for AIDS, much of what is spent en­riches the bureaucrats, the medical profession, and the drug industry. Lost in all this are the per­sons with AIDS. We just go on dying. "Living With AIDS" compassionately touched on the lives of the dying and the infected. What is too often ignored is that the entire lesbian and gay community of Houston is "living with AIDS:' All of us carry on our lives, our jobs, even our leisure-al­ways surrounded by the constant reminders of this epidemic. Only a few gay writers have even begun to touch on the effect such a climate creates. No other segment of American life con truly relate to what we are e.xperiencing, not euen those who lived through any of our wars. With us there in no homefront and no battlefield-it is all the same. But this story is yet to be told, and then not in the mass media where it might appear to be "promot­ing homosexuality?' Of course, showing the devas­tation we are e.xperiencing certainly would appear attractive and a form of recruitment. And then again, it would probably be pointless since only our community would watch such a show-and what wouli.J be the point, we're already living it, liuing with AIDS in Houston, Texas. 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales• Rentals • Swimwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities opening statements Monday. Dec. 10, m the CIV•I SU•t Thetwoattorneysarenol related The 1awsu1twas li>ed by Timothy Curran, 29, who was asked to 1eave the Scovts 1n 1980 alter superiors iearned he took a ma1e data lo the prom He had been sefVmg as an assistant Scoutmaster ol Berkeley Troop 37 Thef.rst pha$Elenaed 1n November. with Superior Court Judge Sally Disco ruling the seoutsareabusonenemoly sub1ect to c1v1I right! law~ ~n ~moriz of -JERRY WAYNE VARNER Oct. 18. 1961--Dec. 1 19!'!0 Never has my ole been ao touched. by a man who gave ao much yet asked for so li!Ue in re­turn Just as we were comfortably set111ng mto our hie together. you weretakenawaysounexpectedly I W• I miss you-but your memory w•lhvew1thme!orever Love--Kenneth The Montrose l Voice ,.., 1U TON T ~~ •t ~ .... )A' )[,,_._Vl 1<11 1990 Pub~IS.!9!!!n .ays ([ommuuilJ.! lJubliahiug ([umpl!l1\! 408Avondale Houston .,.X 77006 Phone 113) 529-8490 - ngl'l1"990 Olhce hours 9am-6pn .... ... 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DECEMBER 1• 19901 MONTROSE VOICE 3 'Town Meeting' plan may be scrapped; recent meeting called off DAVID 8ySH1':Hl('OHE~ DARBOS~~ w~:c:h~:~:;·~~or~~ 0~:u:1=:~ two_ plannin& meet.In&• and who more V18ibility for the community (famzall >n> which no .. · ter"e the m1ll•llY only committed to help. and encourage more peciple out or cr>mmunity FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1814 Columbia Street 861-2861 .\fonr,..,.r ~;,,,,..J:d•wr . ml'('Un11,aaiditwaacalledoffafter ~7 the wake of •P.~;?t'ntz dwm- he and the other attendant.I wait. 1/n~~';;=~l~n ;lan~7:& =~~~ ed 45 minutefl for more to arrivt m1r1tartthe planmn&. appointed theircloeet1;' Hill wrote Ii~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~l:et~~:!~!l~~o~~=rr:~~~~ Jiv~:,t~ie:~~:~~~atl~:~~·~:r:: ence, membtrs of a •teenn& com H1lL who amved late_ after tht mittee tel up to di8cu11 the mtt>t mtellng had already d11banded. ing are now •aymi it may not bt 1a.1d the othtl'8 who attended were pouiblt. ~rad Veloi, Carolyn Mobley, and mentt. world than we envi1ioned in 197tl '"MOit {committee member1) ((ot The ERA WQ an enthu1iQtically involved for a 1peafic reuon. anticipatedrealityafterthellnter­They were very viablereasona, but national Women'• Year) confer Anthony Clarke Ray Hill. who aaid he had been Clara Bradley handed the re>1ponllibihty o{ or- After the canceled meeting. Hill ganiiing planning mteting• for said he wasn't 1ure 1f anyone re­rM II. called a mCi:'ting for 6:00 mamed on thesteenngcomm1ttee p.m. Monday, Dec. a. at tht who waa devoted enough. to the Monlro•e Hrsnch Library. Hill TM c_oncept to make planmng the •aid he notified each of the •teer· meeting fea111ble. The idea, he ing cummiuee membtra by mail. said. no longer haa a real leadei: N.Y.group calls for early release of AIDS prisoners NEW YORK IAP' ·R~· ,.~, ·1g Vahnsk1 a(fn!ed. not1n1r that many people who initially pushed for the meetin1 were now htavy involved in other activitiefl '"I don't know of anyone who'• really involved with thia (Town Ml'l'tin111 right now. but that d•-n'tmeanthereian't; Valinaki added lkborah Bell, who facilitated no one (now) 1eem1 to be auffi· ciently committed to the Town Meelin1rideait1elf,' Hillaaid. lnalettertothecommitteemem· bera, Hill asked for input on the original objectives of the confer· ence and the appropriatenen o{ purauin&the plan. ·Some or the objectives men· tioned for a aecond TM have been' to expand our ba.Hll or support; formalin coalition buildin& with other minority i(l'OUpa and wom en; identify a conaem1u1 on major i11un; recnJit new leaderahip; broarden 1upport for Histing e{. fort.I; identify othtr areaa where efforta thou Id bemadt; build a bet ter 11tnae of community; crtate encein 1977;AIDSwlL8attrm not yet coined; a woman'• right to choice ... waswellcoveredbyRoev Wade and not uriously chal· lenged; thtrt were no proJ>(l8ed or dinancee to protect the righll or leabian and gay city employet'll, nor any referendums to overturn thtm; our community wu grow ing and the futurt looked bri&ht and hopeful, and the role played by women in our local movement WIL8 beginning to expand and de­velop." The original Town Meetin11. held June 25, 1978 in the AatroArena, drew about 4000 KB}' and if'flbian participanll and ia credited with originating many or Don Dowden Mike McKee Don Gill A Part Of. And Serving, OUR Community, 526-HAIR RE OKEN HAIR PLUS by don 1701 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019 fllusly 111 prisoners w•thAIOS is )!onlycompass1onate. bul it makeseconom1csenseaswe11.a pr11oners-11ghlsgroupsa1d When a p11aoner w•lh AIDS s Jndercustody.thestatemust bear the entne cost ol care which can besubstant1a1: said a repor1 by the Correctional Assoc1a11on of New York released Monday. Dec. 10 CLUB BODY However. once a pr1soner1s released to parole superv1s1on. he or she 11 eligible tor federal Med1ca1d. relieving thes1ateot 50 percenl of the total medical expense ,.he report found that most prisonaystemshavene1therthe 5tatf nor fact1111estocare for ay,,..,g AIOS proaonera II added the pnaoner1 can be better cared for 1n a hospital, hotp1ce. family r:~dence or privlte n JfSl"lg Monday Locker Specials Noon-Midnight Thursday Room & Locker Specials Noon-Midnight Granting comp1u1onate early rele•M would also help lam•hH )I prisoners w•th AIDS. who the report IMUd ... ere '"strugg1rng to k•P their t•m11,es togetner and 1ttl'leumet1metrymglo prov1:1e e111011on11 support to tl'le pr1soier The group est•mllet •I costs $40.000 per year to treat a pnsoner lnlectecl W•th the HIV v1rus and molhons more 1 securoty costs lo treat AIDS pr1sonersatouts1dehosp1ta1 !aci1t1es Tuesday iii Room & Locker Tan Card: $35 for 8 · ~!';]'~ Specials Sessions or a 30- i}i~f~'%v 7pm-3am Minute5esslonfor$6 ~~.·' Chrl1tmas Buffet & Refreshmenh Dec. 23, 1 ·3pm Is Yours! Make it a Happy and Healthy One! ~~ .... ~ .. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .... ~ .............. . !=. ~ METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH I ~ OF THE RESURRECTION ~ I Mu~r~;2:;n;;;;·"' I ! rour Liglit !}{as Come ~.:.: featuring ::o.t I~ i Yur Fa11oritl ~ ·~ •c:::.~.~.·M:::: I Iii Two PERFORMANCES i!i = December 16 ~ ~ ! ·.. 3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. "" ·.~.:,; 1919 Decatur ·.~.~- : Admtsston ..::!)b. For Information :s ~ FREE. -s~·==>=~lk.s call 861-9149 = ~ ~ ~ Candlelight Christmas Eve Service ~ ~ 10:45 PM December 24th ~ =~ ~= Iii II( : '.You .!4.re Jnvitetf to Sfiare Our Iii+ = : Cnristmas '.Dinner = : Vecem6er 25 ' S . 7 P:M ~ ~ ~ =PLEASE Don•t SPend Christmas Alone . Share the Holidays with MCCR = ~ ~ .. ~~~·~***~~*a~aaa•~•••••••••••••••••••~ THE WORST THAT CAN HAPPEN IS BETTER THAN YOU THINK. Thisisnole turt•o ht· .1-·. Jf-\JJJ:->. \orisitf;' hopeandpmnu>.esm the~ eufde\~~ fear ·11": JC lforpropti:whoti Ill\' positive Bodyl'usilm~isac--.oce ne gruupo ,...,.. .. ~ '" ~1ur ·~n;ta It~ realitiesoC~tl 1?te" i.\\e'rt"len JP' \'Ol tl w.h help,tolel)'OUk11011tht·l'1She:i' here' 1{ foraloogerandl'K· h withe;,rlyme:lic.a nlt'n·ention. The "t" an• o IOl'IS :ir St' .:! lUr.igptofindoo \\e Jt 1 ~to with n!'ll.'ff'S. Ilen 'IOS< 11f11:ec i;:::<s, flder:'1:1.J ··o d~ni F.\'(' 1 ~ ::iu ... Call 1.n:."1 ' MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY. DECEMBER,, 1990 Cuban TWvelist Reinaldo Arenas commits suicide NEW YORK (AP)--Ae1n1ldo Arenas, 1 novelist who spent 1everalyear11nprison1n Cas!ro'sCubaandwassullering trom AIDS. commllted suicide, police Hid He was 47 Arenas' body was found 1n his Manhatt1napar1mentFriday Dec. 1. by a nurse who hid been takmgcareolh1m.H1dSgt Ed Burns. a police spokesperson Burn1111d there were no obvious wounds on the body and that the medical examiner would determine the prec11e cause ol dellh. but !hit police had speculeted he had overdoted He u1d Arenas left a note but he did not know what was •n it Arenas was born 1n the rural Or1ente province of Cuba He 1omed the revolution of Fidel Caatroasateen-1gerand worked as e researcher m the Jose Mam Nat1ona1 l!brery trom 1963 to 1968 H11 f1rat novel ·singing From the Well" won the Prix Med1c1 1n France tor the belt foreign novel of 1969 Arenas Hid he was branded a social m1sht tor his homosexuehty. He spent time 1n e labor Ump. cutting sugar cane. and was imprisoned from 197' to 1976 alter he was accused of bemg 1 counterrevolut1onery Noisy but peaceful protest at St. Patrick's Cathedral NEW YORK (APJ -Hundreds of demomlrators opl)Oled to the Roman Ca1hollc Church's atend on abortion end AIDS education protested outside St. P1trick'1 Cathedral. blJtobeyecl a court order not tod11rupt Ma11 The Dec. 9 rowdy but peaceful demon1tr1t1oncameayearalter the pandemonium 1nwh1ch 113 activi1t1were1rre1ted On Dec. 10, 1989. about 4500 protetters galhered to dispute thechurch'steach1ng1Forty· three were arrested for chanting lyingdownandch11n1ng themsalves 10 pew1 during the service Seventy more were arrntedout11de Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol' at the Alley Review by SKIP FELKNER TJwJl,,,,t,._ \/,. Charle. Dickens· timeleM ChNt­maadauic. ''AChriatmaaCarol-A Ghost story ofChriAtmaa" hu hem wond..rfully adapted for the Alley Theatre's Large Stage by Michael WilM>n. theA\ley'snewa.esocietedi· rector WilM>n, ably auisled by hi• deaian 1taff, Jay Michael Jagim, seta; Howell Binkley, lightina; Joe Pino,IOund;JeniBreen,choreogTa phy. and moet enjoyebly, John DickBOn, musicdirectorioompoaer, hasachievedhi11oolofreinforcin1 the1hoststorythemeofthillholi dayda.ssic"Withtheintentnotto scare,butrathertoluretheaudi· enceintotheextraordinarymy1tery andaupemll.luraldimensionofthe ltory." Theplayopens,astheaudienceis 1till settlina in. with Ebeneier Scroo1esittin111thiadeak-sppar ently all niaht. 1oin1 O\'er ··1ums and fiaure11·· at home. He UrN and dozN for a few moments. obviou1ly havin1 M>me kind of b.d drum Ghostly fiaur• rile from the co" ered fumitureand bo1:ei1 thatan11t tin1aroundtheroom,overlookedby a linillte!" portraitofasinillter·look ina man. Themanintheportrait. we learn. i1 Marley, Scrooge's partner. The 1hostly fiaur• dance around the room and Scroo1e. flinaina pa pe1'11 fromhilldeak. Scroo1e•tarta, looks around. 11ettle. again and doz M Enter M .... Dilber. Scrooae's hou11ekeeper, with his breakfast of b.r\eybroth.Sheputte1'11aroundthe room. pickin1 upthe11Catteredpa pe1'11,thenawakensScroogebyaoft.­lycallin1hisname, thenloudlyan nouncina, "Your barley." Hejump1 awake. echoing his hou1ekeeper with "Muley, Marley~" Thus the etory is 11et: the well· known1toryofalifewasledonrreed and miserlin-. of Scr00Je'1 un­cann1 attitude toward thoe.e who cron his path. and ofthechan1ei1 he 1oe.throu1h aft.erfourahoetlyvi-. f-'nzi..,i1-Laundre11 !1;.,ble Shropahire(l:ndertaker)andlutly, Gerald H1ken1Scroo1e1. Allore. Black and F1tzpatrirk's characteuare-ntialtothillpro­duction Their "contemporary· partaare1ymbolicoftheirspintual parta.andNch played them well Allore'1 hurried mannerisms and cockney ac:cent helped u1 to ima1· ine a hu1tl~bu1tle future. with Lon· don'1workin1claufolkbe1ringthe bruntoftheburdentoproducemore. produce quicker, produce every thin1Althoughhehasno1peaking partutheSpiritofChrietmasf-·u ture he had to know the dimly lit :~r:: well to maneuver in hill cu. Black's beammg. cherubic face TM Spmt of Chr11tmu Put (/Httye F1tzpalriclt) 11nd Scrooge (Gerold ~:~:o~~dl~~~~Y~~~~~~ ~~~~~: H1lten11h4rt o donce in tM Al~y Thea.tre'sproduction of';.\ Chnltmu Cor- time. Hi.a pre.en ta hon of the Spirit ol-A Gholl StoryofChr11tmu"d1rttttdbyMi.c:hael Wilson of Chriitmas Pr-nt al\0 ..,, us to JayMich11IJa11m'a11etia1~e Cloth covered bo:.:ee. chairs. tables and bench• provid11 baren"' that helps create the look and feel of Scroo1e'1 mi1erlin-. The town of London and Scroo1e's bu1in1M are a ll'fle& of ramps and calwalk.I which an1 at timee awlr.wardin II<-' commodaun1 •veral actor1 in the area. However. theiruHaroundthe 1idel and back of the 1ta1eaivea feelin1 ofa lar1e. dark. precariou1 and 1inisterLondon Howell Binkley'• li1htin1 work.I very well to 11et the mood of each scene, whether it be dim. 1he1tly 1hadow1 or bn1ht reflection• of Chri1tm11Be1 past and pre11ent. JoePino'110undeffecte-thunder, crealr.ina doon, heevy, blowing wind1orrain-leav1theviewerfeel· in1aneedto1ink deeper into the 1tat and, perhaps, wrap Mr. Scroo11's blanket tiahtly around himaelf. Jeni Breen'1cho"90C?aphy-•pe­cially the wanderin1. devilish1pir ita-ia wonderfully dramatic an dee-ne. At UmM one belil'\·• th- rrey, flowin11hapsareactuallyfloatin1 or flying in mid·air. The dance se­quence of FezziW1g'1 Ball doe. in deed put one in a festive mood John DiC'bon'1 Edwardian-eaque music, hill country follr. dancers and the lo.,ely Enaliah b.llad ~&rbar1 Allen·· give the play the needed boost to send u !>.ck to Oiclr.en1' London. Whether it 11 Diclr.M>n'a or Wilaon'1 idea to u11e R&rbara Al len" as a eort of theme1on1 for Scroo1e'1 sister Fan. iteffKtively re­Jatea the melancho\y life 1he led and the 11entimental feelings Scroo11 has for hi1 beloved fiance. Belle. Bravo.Maeatro! Several principal playena1well :'!nsupporunr csst merit recogni· Notably, Jonathan Allore (Watchworks Vendor1Spirit of Christmaa 1-'uture>. Jamea Black (Fruit and Cider Vendor Spirit of Chri1tm111 Present!, Bettye 1-'itzpatrick 1Doll Vendor Spirit of Chri1tm111 P111tl. Chri1tiane McKenna 1Mrs. Crat.chit Mrs rNliH our current happm-. u well as revealm1 that there are thoe.e who know nuthma of happi· n-.andthoeewhodon'tkriowhow toattamthatbliu. Fitzpatrick's Doll Vendor's easy· 1oin1 way and senumentality n­mind Olle of Nrlier Chn1tmHes, in ~~":' hurried and mure peaceful McKenna ii at her best u Mrs Crat.chit One can euily sympa thiiewithherdialikeofScroogeand thelove1hehold1forh~rfamily.Her Mrs.Fn11wi1wasofcour11edeli1ht· fulandjolly,111he1houldbewitha hu1band like Mr Fnziwi1 (Paul Thomae). Noble Shropahireshinea 111 Mrs Dilber, Scrooge'• housekeeper. The slapstick comedy lends itself well here with Mu. Dilber'1 contradicto­ry fear and "he'll aet his'' attitudeto­ward Scruuge. Aa Jacob Muley, Shropahire p\ay1 the comedy too much. Suppoll!dly, Marley <in life) wu as 1tin1Y but nut quite as mean aaScroo1e.MaybeMarleywaatry in1tomak1upfor that? Due to the comedyelementoftheMar\eychar act.er. no wonder in thi1perfonnance S<-rooge<HikenJ 1ot the Dilber and Muleycharacter1conful!led.(Dueto identical pratfalJ. by Shropahire)? WilliamPre.ton.astheL:ndertak :"~~":o~;:::~:~Y•i:~i!id l!~\~ anyone afraid to die Gerald Hiken aa Scruotr• ll'l!med tobesenerallyoonfulled.for1etfu\ and not all there iwhich at tim• workedJ.Maybetheanticipationof the three 1pectral v1Hita had 10m• thingtodowithit?Hi11ceneainth1 bu~~~!:); h!'it~ :x:.~r;te;i c:~ wakingthelaettime).andthefinal scenN with Mrs. Dilbtor (he had horrificnightman11J.u1edtheseel• menta \'PfY well. but left doubts aboutwhethertheywerertallypart ofthecharaclerortheactor. Hiken did he"e hi1 momenta, thoughhia.scenei1111Scrooire'salma mater. Fezziwi1'1 b.ll andei1pecially .. ith theSpiritofChrUitmaa PrMent at nephew Fred'1 party. He waa fun ny, witty and. due to the "Chriatmu cheer:· enjoyin1 h1m11elf 'A Chri1tmasCarol-AGhoetSto< ry of Christ.mu" aleo r'9.ture11John Feltch. Peter Wet.ter, Paul C. Tho­m11. Ale:.: Allen Morris. Robert Perlr.lns, Joshua Pop, Jennifer de w-. Gabrielle Tum~. Ronald Sendrock. Matthrw StokN, Law rence Ruffo. Monique Matey, Emily York. Gal{e Tarrant. John Haw Ir.ms, Patriclr. Ferru10n, Lila McEwm, Tiffany Hall. Rheva Henry, Grea: Gondek. Devon Jaduwn. Samuel Jackaon. Cynthia Camacho, Chrill· tine Davis, Kara Davis, Demetriu1 Coakienoe and Andrew Roth1child Overall. MichaelWil1enandth1 Alley Theatre's production of "A Chrietm11 Carol-A Ghoet Story of Chrietmas" i1 a charmina. funny ee­rie tale sure to be a Hou.iun holiday favorite. 'Carol" opened~o"- JO and run• until Sunday, Dec. 2.1. Perfonnancea areat7:30p.m.TutadayFriday;2:30 p_m. and 7,30 p.m. Sunday. For tic Ir.ft information, call the Alley Theatre Box0ffi-:eat2'l8-8'21 Study: New compound blocks spread in test tube Curtai11-Ca/l By PACL RECER AP Sn""~" Writer FC" .,... ""''".l>C-"" ~I.. WASHJl"'GTON iAP>-A Con necticut pharmaceutical firm r~ Port.I that in laboratory n:peri menta a new anti-viral compl)und was able to keep the AlDS virul from reproducing without the tox iceffectsofdrug1 now in uee The oomJ)Ound, called Bl·RG· 587, waa developed by Boehringer In1elheim Pharmaceutical1 Inc of Ridgefield, Conn., and will be placed into human clinical tria11 nut year. 1aid Vincent J Mnluzzi, a company scientist In a repl)rt publi1hed Friday, Dec. 7, in the journal Science, Merluzzi aaid the compound worka by block.in1 a key enzyme in the deficiency virua. or HIV. which caU11NAIDS The enzyme, called ttvene tranitcriptue, ia used by the HIV virus to tum ita 1enetic material into a form that can beincorJ)Orat· ed into the 1enetic arrangement of a human c.IL Withuuttheenzyme, the virue cannot force the cell to producemoreviruaN Merluzzi aaid that Bl·RG-587 blodu1 HIV from activating the enzyme, but appeared in laborato­ry teeta on rodenta and monkeye to have no other effect.I on healthy cel\a Merluzzi aid BI-RG.f>H7 has such a specific action that it did notaffectaaerieeofotherviru111 that were tetited again1t it. Theee included monkey and cet viru&N c..o.m..m only uaed in laboratory No~aaidMerluzzi,didthecom· pound block the replication ur HlV2. a form uf the AIDS virue that is m011t common in Africa ''We don't know aa yet why it doea not affect other viruaee:· he 1aid. "We are looking into that now to try to understand it." beenahowninl<•mepallnts d ~ to dama1e of the kidneya or livfl 'lti1atructurallydifferentthan -... AZT,' 1aid Merluzzi. "We don't ex pectitwillhavetheaameaideef­fect. a" Toxicity of BI-RG-587 will be amonil' the effect.a ie.ted in clinical trials that a~ upected tu begin ea;~ ina~::i·o~e •:d Boehringer . • Jngelheim 11Cienti1t.1, the 1tudy of Here are eight carefully crafted =~AR~:;:~• J~~~ ~0$~~~e:n ~ stories of my~tery and suspense the Univeuity of Maaaachueetta by both well-known authon and ~~~c~he~:i:lwi;~hel~~~::; _"'_w_-f_ou_nd_•_•'-'"-' ---- the clinical trial• F I N A L E Science, which reviewed end --"b,-,"-1,-'-d,.-,-'-! '.\-,,-"-"-,-'d- -------- replicationofthehumanimmuno- "There are apparently no effect.I on otherviruseeoronh01tcellbi­oloay: · aaid the re1earchet "Thia means that itia very apectfic for H!Vl The experiment.al l".Ompl)und aJ> peara in laboratory te.ts not to havesomeofthetoxiceffect.athat have created problem• for AZT. or 1idovudine. the only anti·vira1 drug now approved foruee aaainat AIDS. Long term u1e of AZT he.a ~;~~:h!'!n~~c~~d~:;i:~r~~ lr dip :~~s'!1di::!'~~!:ith your the Advancement of Sciem-e check h:lr Sl0.00 <: :Ktpiiidl too•der 'Waiting for the Light' one of this year's best comedies ::ity-. ., Film revlew1 by JAVIER TAMEZ TlieM<mlroae\.', .... One of the Mettta to a aood comedy 11lhe1ucceMful rembinat1on of an unlilr.ely1etofcire1.1m1tance1topro­ducea1ituat1onwhich. as1natural outcome,i1inhermtlyfunny.ltia Hactly thi1 which malr.es ''Waitma fortheLlaht"oneoftheyear'smoet endearing and 1rr•i1tible com~ di• Setintheearly60's,the1toryill centereduoundAuntZena(Shirley M1cLame), a capricious ex Vaudevillian who enJOY• nothin1 murethanusm1oneofthetrick.lof hertradeinlpranlr.. Unfortunately her1henani1an1tendtoaddchaoe tothealreadybeleagueredhfeofher mett. Kay 1Teri Garrl. Kay ia 11tn 1lemother1tru11lin1toraiseher children aa1hemanqeetoekeout an u11tmce from her ,ab at th• ,. cal movie lheater. Thill ii made al: themorediffie11ltbecau.1eh..rk1Q. Emily 1Hilary Wolf'I and Eddie ~Cohn Bauma:uu-n1, are always 11'ltin1 into trouble at school for pullin1pra<11ealjokeathe)·p1Cked up from Zens Zen1and lhe kict.1ry to help out be performina m1111c 1ho"'"· but their performanCM 1reoutraJeou1 andsoryand dun·1altra<11follo..,. ma On top of all this. Kay 11 m vol"ed 1n a fru1tratin1 Jo.,e aff11r with a man who keeps mU'ndma to 1etad1"'orcebut1u1thasn't1otten 1roundtoit All of this chanaea when Kay m heritaadmerin111malltownmru ralWashinrt.onstateSeein1thisas a chance to it.art over, 1heparks up her family and htade weat to becume gi~1fwner ind opera.turof Htnry'1 A• fate would hive it. thouah. Hmry'1 Gnll 11 run-down and d~ lerted. Kay and Zma realize the po tennal.howf\'er.and..,·1thabt1leel· bowareue1tttheplei:edo .. nl0 b1uun- Emily and Eddie, mean .. bila, have 1pent t1me 1tttm1 to knew thl'll' new sum_ou11din1•- Thty dia· conrthatnHtdoortothediner11a ram1hackleuldhollll!ownedbyar~ do.awe. autchfty old man, Mulliq . (Vincent Schiavelli). Mullins warns thechildrn to 1tay 1way from h11 houa.e. and whm he cat.che. them \y disappeared). hia chiropractor and eventually hi1 war buddi• Each lead. howevn. prov• fruit- AL"YSO'.'< PUBLICATIONS )e t.P·' 40P\ympt.o"St !lo$1oc ~IA021t8 1-. Hi• mental an111iah rrows - - -----­more aaonizina. and it ia only throu1hth1kindand1entle..,.ord1 ~~~'cD~~~r~~lo~~.~h~n~~ ------ -- ~ed%~C:u~~ .. ~O:d:::::~Yth~:: Somewhere iu tire :;."; =~:d.!hth:~~ll~al metaphor Night .. , •·Jacob'1Ladder"haamoment1of ntreme ten1ion. The1e are en hanced by the uot<! of a throbbm1 mu1ical KOre that uplod• with brealr.away, Jigh~nins 1.-ene chanaea. But the mo.,ie ii JUBt too weird for its own ll(l<>d. Dirrrtor Adrian Lynr hu made 1omP incred iblefilmssuchasthehiah·po"'·ered 'Flashdant!I':· the 1exually oblea­s1ve "9 l,:l Week1' and theen1q· ~i::n~:a~:~:\t!trsh!':;~, t:k~ ... Andrew is waiting down with the idea of h1• film; that 11.mtry1n1wcon.,eythfo1C11eor mountin1 panic in Jarob. While he didsuc:ceedincapturinathealazed maniaoflhee>"ntralcharac1.er. hot Bus111n1 11 boom•'lll for d111er 011.ner Koy Teri Gou cenuri uhc 111t t explom a m1rock to on 1nq1u1ms rtporter did not 1rntrate in me 11o?nuine m· fJorlt .\lrGtt J.e#1 u her Aunt 7rna 1 Shlr~y Yac!Al<ne1 11/!~llf• not to""''" m tM 1pm1«!. a>medy \4-1111mg for ter•t m or concrt'rn for Jacob. Rath tM L1sht er It evoked a clinical c:unoe11y Andrew with Us h-:st !or hfc anC his thirst ~:ir blood. Andrew who::;cqu~t for love 1s5'>mct1me: hampered by a troubled con science. Andrew- he's reallvnol ike ltl-ocr \·ampin.-s, yJu know. takma applea from hi1 trH, he charge. et them "'1th a bel~ Zena d11eover1 the welts, and they pllt thl'lrrevenire Thr conspirinatriodecidethe>·'ll make Mullms thmk he's 1een a ah~t.buttheplangoeaawry.and in1teadofa1hoet.Mullin1i1con "inl'Pdhe'1seenl!lnangel11entfrom the Lord. Already aripped by the mountm1 ten1ions of the Cuban m1111lecri1Ui,juat1bouteveryunem the email town aeua bad cue of mtrade fe\·er. The media. from Mos­ww to Ha,·ana, pid•.1 upon lhe 1toey >fthe "iaion. andprfttylOOn bu1i nei11 ill boomin1 at Henry'• Grill Thmll'I take a down .. ·ard tum, how­e\' er. when Zena hu a1trokr andthe illdrenbe1mtofeel1111h)·forwha1 they'.,edone. Add«! tothill ii lhear· n.,aJ ofShm Slater tJack \lcG!!E'~ a t.Jibelie"''n1.muckrakm1"JOUrnali.lt .. ·hohucometoti:iwntou:poeethe fraud. l sll makN for a df'hahtfully wh1nu11cal1t.>f)'lhatb1htlyt<>u<'ll'I un human faith anj hope and thr w1llm1n- of peep:.., ro clm1 to the ideaofamiracle.Thuearenostand outperfonnances. per II'. from any. oneinthec11t.butr1ther111trong enumble 1howm1 The film com bines aood. 10lid direc:tm1 with sn imaginet1ve1toryand1Teatcastm1 to rHultm a movie that's simply 1oodall-around Uirector Chn1topher Munge~ who ia makm1 his Amencan directorial d11but with thi1 outma. ha1 pr~ mieredwithan irreprNt1ible1tyle. Wailin1fortheLL1ht""111charmer. I l'IYe 11 thrH Stan -"Jacob's Ladder" We1Ulr.nowfrompuly headlinN lhe1 a dru11nduced halluonation ran bedan1rruusly r.al for the per M>n hallunnat1n1. as weU aa those around him We'~ al.lo aware the! dunn1tl11V1etnamWar. th•l: S Ar· my performed teats on eoldiera. ti: 1aup their rean1en and behav..,r when ll\·en cwtam drup. without their knowltdae Theae two 1taplei1 of the thriller-mcipi•nt fantuy andau.,ernmentevil-O!>metoarlh er in the stranire and eonvululed movie "Jacob'• [..addle. Thi• 11 a puulina movie. w1th twistaa.ndtum1thatwillle1vryou baffled and an endin1 that will leaveyoudiapuntled.lt'111llabout JacobSinger!TimRobbinl).aflllrly ordinary1Urtof111ywhoiewalkin1 downtheetreetonedaywhen10mit­thin11tran1ehappen1. Heetartsto 11'1! lhinl•· At first theeeappantionl arr merely diequ1etm1. but they quickly dea:eneratemtol.Lfe-threat enina expenenOfl. and Jacob be- 11n1 tu wonder ..,.hat ia realay and wh111 i.I i11u11on. He tnN to explllln whaf1happenin1tohimtohi1wife Jeuie 1Eliz1beth Pena>; a!d'IOuih compa.11ionate mitiall)·. 1he bf. com• frustrated With the than1ea 1he-oocumn1inJacob. Determined to find out what'• happemn1 to him. he 1earchN for an uplanation. which leads him to h11phy11cian1whohasmy1teriou•· H'r.ifymgly r111m.ei.,i11g. Tlittii gnpp111g !aJn An llv ttwjf of drum""" 111ght,.....rt. Sc"lt'Whert JPI the N1gl11 ""''h!'w'4"""1vfa.fi~tmtn.•~lnk"'.\ ,.,..~·:,-:i::t'lll '"'"'~ I rtW11, ,1/c 1'1ltlrnm1!01'•' Lynt'1 d1rKtm1 ill, of course, hm· ited by lht 1tory. 1<J a lfood deal of theblameforthi1muviemuBtbela1d on wr11er Bru<'9 Joel Rubin Without divulgin1theen~n1•whichlr"-llY coulddo,1meoelmnotrecommen( m1thiRmo.,1etoanyonel.lcan'tex :~: i~0ilieR;1:no~r::.~ t~vi~~~= SOMEWHERE :~:~:'e~~1~:~p!~~~~~e~:rl~ IN THE NIGHT who could legitimately take iuue with h11 1peculatwn on what th11 typeof1ituat1on..,·ould11<1uallybe -.; ._·.,·ldr.- 1 .. ·•v•our l~~.l<~~~R~'b;~r:!:':: ~~ ;~~ ~~,-:~ check for 58.50 (pt* .. id) I<' >rdl'I !noelybecau11ehe'1no1coo11trained by1helim1taofthe··real'"'''rld However,unlike"Ghoet."·th1•movie addrfta' doe. not have the benefit of a toll. in11tory dy: 'Jacob'• Ladder'' ill a11 uninte1'9St- 1:1p :it~:~ a~1;~:i:11,~~~~:~~I Al YSO~ PUBLICATIONS :=:~~~ ::~~!~~:~ ~~~~~~~ Derte!~%.~. .r rCs St . ofdeathe:w:psrienorforJacob.l11ve 1ton••tar FRll')AY. l'lEl":EMBER 14. 1990 1 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Give too much? Here are stress tips for 'people pleasers' Kids replace gay men as fastest­growing AIDS group By SHERI COHt:S DARBOSSio; M•-nlroH v...,-.. E.d1tu, &'au11e 1ay and lNbian people tendtobemoreintouC'hw1ththeir feeling•, a• well Bl moreconscit>u• ofandinvolvedintheircommuni ty, tome iray• may al.o be over whelmed b)· the ~•pmt of 11ving' and 1uffer their own brand ofeea· 1onal1tret1•.a('("Qrd1nl(aMontroae C'ounM>lur who•pecialize. in ad· diction1. Along with the incre&1ed •treet of overcommitting-to which com mercial promotione dunng the holiday• contribute greatly­comee an inC'rea11ed tendency to abull('alcoholor1ub11tanC'N And althoul(h "'holiday depre.­• iun"' i• a univenally rec-ognized hazard of thUil timl' of year that can happen to anyone. tht>experi ence11 of being gay or le•bian-uf. 1.enincludmf'alienaticonfromfam ily along 111-ith an increaaed a.enM of commitment tu a much wider 'family' offriend1andacquam tanCC's-h·ad man)' in thewmmu nity to o~·erex1.end them11elvM, said Darrell Wood, 1taff member atlhenewly·openedt'O-t'ocu1, 600 \.\'c.t Gray in the Boardwalk t'Ot'w t'ocu1. a non-pro(houtpa· tient«>Lmll('llingcenter.openedita doCJ1·11Monday.t'orthl'tenter'•of· ficial J(l'and opt.>ning Wedne.dav. I>ec.19,the11taftwillho1tanope.n hou111· from 11:00 a.m. to tl:OO p.m 'During the holiday&, therei•to much emphasis on giving, that we forl(et to be good to our1elve.: •aid Wood. And, while in •ome gToup11, d .. preaion can re.ult from amateriali11t1cviewofthelt'1111Qn, gay1givemoreofthemfflvea;the result. Wood 11&id, ia '"we get eaught up in the joy of givin& to other1>, the need to reach out and toul·h other people ... we're kind of proKTammed to do that' Tht-re is more of thi1 preaaure forpeopleinalternativelifestyle., who are al10 grappling with a dif­ferent t)'JX' of relationahip with their own relativee; 11ome have bei.•ncompletelyalienatedbytheir traditional "'familiee:• he noted Allare8ult, theimportanceofgi,, ing t•verything we can-or even more-to tholt' who retumed love and al~ptance, a.11 well the gener al 11pirit of charity and communi ty-<:0n11C1ou1m•u-can become ex a11gt'rat.ed. The tendeney to over rommitcan. in fact. reduce one's ability to give. and the emotional conflict can lead to depree1iun. ··we try to be the people plea8el'H, without realizing that we actually can "t give as much if we art' overMpent. and overtired ·1 think thi11 community can of· fer1insightltotheout.sidecommu nlly, be<:au11t' mo11t people have for gott.t'n how to touch each oth er ... notju11tphysically,butpeychi cally, 1p1ritually and emotionally a• well. But I think that same opennefll makea (&•Y• and lesbi­an•) more prone to take on too The answer, said Wood, ii 1im pie: •low down. take atock of how much you're putting out in rela· tion to how much you're &t:tting back, get organized. and do exact· \y what you can. New Focus out· lines ten 1pecifk 1tepa that can get "people·pleaa~n" through the holiday•. To reduce holiday 1trea1, ac­cording to Ntw Focus: "Allow youraelf time at the beginning of each day. Avoid anxiety be plan ninK your holiday shopping on days when you don "t have social function& to at1.end. Avoid clOM' commitmenta on the 1ame day. .. Plan all holiday travel well in advance; make .ure that you get plenty ofl"ftiltand proper nutrition Know your boundariH and limita for alcohol ron11umptwn 'BudKet wiM"ly eo that over· 1pending doe1 not berome a 1trf!UOr. Make a wiah li1t of gift items and 1tick to that lilt· Mo.t important. uid Wood and counaelor Nancy Hopwood, '"Don't forKet that the mOtlt impor tant gift of the sea.son i1 takinK time out to be good toyouraelf R~ member to slow down and enjoy the poinsettias!' t'Oew Focus coon• ling 't'ntn operale8 on a philoa1,phy of real · ing the whole pe111on" .aic Hopwood. Their app'"Oach l9 a combinauon of traditi Jnal n holiatic methods; proK?arr 1r. cludeworbhop1, biofttdbacll n employment a88i1tanct 8.11 well groupandone-on-1.lne :ounaellinK for chemical dependt'ncy, at:rPU manaKemenl, referral11 and HI\ teatinK and coun!M'llinK. Though the center ha11 a tpl•cml intere.tinthealtemativl'lift'ltylt• and HIV community anrl tht• Montr'*t' area, staff mt-mber i1 dude"a broadran11eofJ>l">J>il- md alt' ~ta >1nd full family ..-n.·icea n availah e, 1aid Wood Se\·t'r-' o the :->t'w Focu11 pll:'Vl· Hly we rbd at Pn·Cor; a privatt' T1'-f' try t·oun1t'lhn11 pfOM'l"am for x lffrnde-•, which 1"1:'Ct'ntly :ist'<I U uo111a!terloeingacon ;Tac- with thl' atatt- Hoard of Par· i -1 nd Parolee, Hopwood 11aid ~e center hu a 111pecial empha•is m h trel1lml'ntofaddiction11and rt'll~i prt"ventum Other ataff membt'n are ~:lien Ab1din 1pruJ(l'am directorJ, Paul Jows, Hoht>rt Uut>ion. Brad :->mith and.Jimmy Hi<:hard• LITTLE ROCK (APl ·It's children. not gay men. who representthelastest-grow1ng segment of the population w1!h AIDS. the state Health Department said The reason lorthe mcreaseof thed1seasemchildren is related to mtravenousdrug use by women of ch•ld-bearmg age, said Or. James Buehler. ep1dem1olog1st for the national Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta Bueler and Or Henry M1ster1. me<11ca1 director for the AIDS and sexually transmitted d1sea~programattha Arkansas Heallh Department addressed about 70 people Friday. Dec. 7, at a heallh-cue workshop at the St Vmcen1 Center lor Health Education Children are mfec:ted w1lh the Human 1mmunodeftc1ency Virus· -which causes Acquired Immune Oef1c1ency Syndrome while still m the womb. It the time of delivery or during breast leeding. accordmg to a report Masters wrote for the department's December HIV­AIDS bulletin Univ. of Texas grapples with multicultural curriculum issue Masters said m his 1rt1cle that about 21 percel'ltol chech•ldren born to HIV·1nfected mothers will die in their first year. compared to 3.6 percent of children born to unmfected mothers By DARRYL 1-;wtr-;G Al'HTll'\ ~AP1-Multicultural 1tudiefl will be intel{ral toeduca lion m the '90•, 1ay admmi11tra toni who back such a cumculum at theL'ni\·er111tyofTexu Hut movea toward a multicultural Nrriculum haven't been without nppont.>nta. who may 1omecuut11('9area subterfuge for profNllOl"ll wi8hing to pu•h narrow Political agendu. Multic-ulturali1<m a" apph..d to thecollt'gerurriculum mt>an1en luring that cour!IM m eac:h college andKhoolreflectanappreo:iatiun of the contribution& that all cul turf'll havt.' made to civilization. fl.II id Texa11 Vice Provoat George C Wright ··1 IM. ... mult1culturali11m 811 the beliefthattht're area wideranl(e of J)('r111>1.'Ctivet1 in hi1tory and in any di11e1phne that must bl> ac­knowledged;' Wright11aid He says ht''s bffn ineorporating multicultural themeamtohi1 h1i.­tory cla- foryeara. It t<urprillt'a me when people Pastor steamed over sex sounds on cable TV NEWPOA1 NEWS Va {AP) Cabletelev1s1on 9ubscnbers should not have to make sure the1rchildrendon·t hear the 50unds ot sex-oriented. pay-per view movies. a :ical minister said Bobby K Collins. pastor ol Denbigh Church of God. 11 threatening to organize a boycott ot thecabletelev1s1on lr1nch1se Collins d•scovere<I recently thlt while the picture for the movies wss acrambled for those who don'tbuytheserv1ce.thesteamy 1oundwasper1ectlyclear You d•cln t ask lor •I. you didn't buy 1t. you dof' t want it he u.1d "'I don·1 see why the burden should be on me pubic to get nd of it 1 think the burden should be on the provider to ,p, rovide •I 11 10rneone doea wa"t fa as bad or worse than Playboy.· Collins H•d "1leel1t 11 parn. penod. I mean 1nythmg and everythmg goeaon. Kids could gel up 11 m•dn•ght and hearth11 ... he adult-oriented programs are unrated and have t1tlea like B1mb0 Bowlers' and 'ladies 1n Heat .. Theyareava1!able11ter 10.00 pm on Newpart News CableV11ion The programs wire put on the air aboul nine months ago. The compsny·sgeneral manager. StevenSantamari1, n1d!hey began airing after a marketing 1ur.oey found 70 percent of city rea1def'ts contacted said they had noob1ec:t1on to ad_,lt· oriented programa. They ~I $ 3 95 per movie CoU1n1 sa•d he la not aa11sf1ed with the ccwipany 1 SOiution prov1dmg aubKribefl with a paren111 control feature 8f'>abling them to lock OlJt oD,ect1onaDlethan11els talk about thia as if it were som~ thing new:· he said. '"Some of u1 have bet'n telling our kids all along that the hi11tory they've been taught has. to a large extent, excluded contribuuons of several groupe-mmoritJN, women u1Multiculturalisml makea ua 1 .. ni11t1vt'toothergT<>up11andtheir h111tory. and >1hows a commonality mhumankind' Thee-all forracialsen11itivityat TexlUl wu .sounded in April when lf'Vt'ral hundred students gath· t>red on the We11t Mall and marrhed to the Capitol to protHt rocial slu111 found painted on a car at tht' Delta Tau Delta houae and• 'Sambo"' caricature on Phi Garn· maD .. ltaT-shirta 'In an iruititution thi• 1ize, we ha~" 1uJ many people of all typN and pen1ua1ion11:· WriKht said 'When we have incident& like the onet1 last aprinK. that calls for u1 to makt• a strong atatement againHt that type of behavior; to find a way to challenge thoee thin1C11 10 that they do not eon One way has been a multicultural educational pro­gram for theentireGreek system introduced in February. said pro­gTam eoordinator Su11an Mitehell All of the 11iroritiefl and about a thirdofthefra1.emitie11participate in the me-et.in&• on iMIUN 1uch aa undel'lltanding the conct>rnl of the di11abled, American Indiana or gay men and lt'llbian1 A lot of 1tudent1 come up to me after the meeting• and &ay. 'Some of the thing• that the black stu­denta aaid-that really hurt me. I didn't mean to treat other people that way:•· Ma. M1tehell .aid 'I aay that'• what thia is all about-helpinK them understand how other1 feel" A university rommittee WBll formed toe.tahli•h lfUidt'Jineoofor a multicultural curriculum follow ing month• of controversy in the English department over an un­dergraduate writing course Theeounlt', •·Writing About Dif­ference;' wa1 deaigned to htighten awarent'lll of race and gender i• aues, proponentl aaid. But Standi1h Meacham. dean .ht' liberal arts college. in July p •· poned implementation ofth•·clB88 amid disputell r>vl'r thl' >une's agenda lt.s staunchl'fit (>ppont'1lt. Eng· \ish profea.&or Alan Grib":K>n ac cuaed the department fi ul y >f politicizing the da• nd attempT ing to indoctrinate 111tu1 entfl with radical views Gribben said h .. f~·arr- tom professors woula 1ubord1nate grammar. clarity and '!Writing atyle to the discu~io l of a; 1m and sexism "The readings m the C041T88 were tremendously slanted; Gribben said ... Theae IS·ytu-~la 1tudent.8 in a compulsory count' would have to lnuk at nnthing but literaturethat11aidAm<'ri,·11.wllll1< raci11l,sexi11t,homoph1JbJcsoc1t'ty "I think special re11pun11ihililiee ofbalanceareattachedtoc:ompul sorycounies.'' Gribbenfl.llidthatafterheexam inedthecou111e'ssyllahu1. ·Jcould not hone11tly &ay that . w •much of an English C:'l>Urll An En11li •h departmentcummit tff finally approved a "'11tandard ~~~~~~~~ ized syllahu11"' for th1· COUl'He in r S1•pk'm~ thoul{h it won't ht- im plt·mentt.'d until fall 1991 in8ttad fthl•ach..duledfall \~lstart. ~foltin1lturillif•m will be the key word for educat1<>n.'" 1aid Glt'fln Maloney, 11.MU1t.unt dean of 1tudt ltl. 'I believt'that will beth• n umon >f the univer111ty in the ·-1Stuc n!.11 will) nt't'd to leave lunivt'Tlltie:m) kn .. winR how to deal with other culturee. They' ll have ;o work with divt'ne gmupe· Ao:·ording t.o prt'd1ction1 by the US. lk•p>1rtmt'nt of La bur, blacks, Hu1panica and other minnritie1 willc:ompri•·29pt•rrentofthenet adfition11 to tht.' labor fore•· lM>­twt•• ·n H1K1 nnd tht' yN1r tflOO W1<'n•1111kin11foradivt>rlM.'cur rirulum." aaid Juniur Jason Buig 'Wt"'rl' 11aking that the university takeapo111t1c1nandthattheyactu· llih· aupport 11 ch>1nge that will in ch ~e all c lturet1 in the curricu hm Photogra­phers Wanted Community Publlahlng Company lfflu profe .. slonal photo9raphen who hove photo• for sale of male model• for varied use In advertl•• menta and promotlona. • Advertl1ln1 for onort· " dl1play account1 In the Cretcent City Star, Montro1e Voice and Texas Gay Pren. Gay/Lesbian Pride Week logo to be chosen 'fuesday •Display odvertlalng In other gay publlcatlon1 that 1ub1eribe to our photo and art feature service. WelJrrent1yneedpt>OtO.w1th va1ent1ne·1 01y and M111:1+ Gru !hemes(• I. I M1rd1 Grll phOtO m1gl"l1 show two meri 111 costume hOk::ling hands) Come up with your own 1de•~ Photo. should be blackandwMebutcolorprmts wil 1>econ·1dered Uriablltoi.­Tha omcial logo for Houston Ot.y1 la pll.nned for Jan. 19 !l10as =~=~~~i! - Chr1stmas&t Bertng meeting '1Ulla1ay, Dec. 18. at the SpendinC Qlrlstrnu Day at. KetrOpolit&n MulU-8ervioe Canter Bering Met.hodlBt Ql.urch baa be­Nornin& UOns for gr&n11 marabala oomealnd.IUCnforma.n,y. Port.he r1tlle 1991 08.y/leebi&n Pride Pl.· lUt. t.hl'98 years. tlle Bertng Care rade will aJao be taken at the Dec canter haa hn8ted a tanilly Bt;yle meeting, aooording to J1911x oe.rcta, Gtu1st.maa dinner for &nyOM who prldaweekmaiecoclla1r:T'hemeetr la HIV poalt.lve or ha8 ARC or In& begins at 7:00 p.m. AID6 Everyorw1 la enoouNged to bring family and 111•""8 Tw9lve logo Qeelgns were prevtew9d at pride week's a.nnuaJ holiday l\mdra19er, "Night Un&!r theWsUetoe:'1.ut.P'l"1Glt8, Dec.7,Qa.rol&aa.ld.P'lnal· tst.e 98.lect.ed by apanalof community ju1ge8 at that event will be shown 'I\J8e Th1a year, the 081&< Eugenr Ho.rrmgton. no.mfii {ITJt brat.Ion will begin at ThuTgood MM•ho.11 Ff':; lU: o.I 1'Sl. 10:00 &.m. at Bering day, but art1BIB had WlUl 6:00 p.m. yesterday. (Dec 13. to submit en· t.rtee,benot.ed. O&ro1a noted that Caur of the dll­Blgrls shown at the f\mdra1aer Pr! day were submitted by out<Jf-tcnm cr.uira. unpreoadsnted. In the hle­tory of the local prlda oelebrat.lon. The execu.uve commtttee had pr&­VUQ. ly diac1ded not. to ucludll any one from the ~ oompetluon. O&reta...,_ Two da8lgnB were reoeived from Dalli.a, and another t'wo from Aus· """"""' The fundr8.18er's "dream date auction" ra1sed a total of '2.630 for Ot.y/leetl1&n pride 11198k. Oare!& ll&ld.. "Night UnMr the M18tletoe'a" top bid waa 11.000 for bartender Frank ll1l'a.ndol& of was K1tcy'a The seoond plaoe bid. of '36() WU reoatved. by the pride oommittea'1 own markeUD,gch&lr,BOOby wner An,yoM who awindlld alt.her tbe October or NOV8Inber meat.1D41'. lael· .!g.,!b,,le . t o_ vo_te _on the logo cle8lgn, The omc1aJ dates for Houston a., lesb1&n Pride Week 1991, ldnpted last month. are J\Jlle 14- 23, 1991. The paradawill be held on """""" cu. canter. looated at. plans; asaeemng a!!icacy of d1C 1440 H&rold, w1th a but.Ion of t\lnda. and 8888lllS1nS oonUmmt.IJ. br.kCast. h&aJth provld9re shortagea ln In nie festJ.vtuee will oon· patlant care Commenui aho .lid be unus t.t 12:00 noon In the Pellow llm1ted. to theea lssu88. ship HallofBeringQl.W'Ch. The Bering Ct.re Center will pro­vide all the turkey, ham,~­rolle, oond!menta t.nd bevert.gee for the dlnnllr Thnee au.end1ns; are lnvtted.tobrtnga~ealda d18b,or1.deil88rt. Pal'llOna whn w18h to attend are aalredtoRBVPby~.Dec 2lby call1n4I tlle Bering Ct.re canter at. 52().7070. If tn.nsportatJ.on la ~ the statf should be told t,h,,e.n.. BO a.rr&ngement.e a.n be - 1\Y&n White council communicy meeting A m88U.ng will be sponsored by Body PoalUve/Houst.on on llon­day, Dec. 17, at the Met.ropollta.n MulU-8erv1ol Center at 6:00 p.m. The purpoaa oftlle meet.Ingle toaJ· low apecl11c oommuniue& affected by HIV/AIDS to have Input Into tba hel.ltb oa.re p1t.nn1ng prooassfor H&rrta Count;y. Members of the oouncu who "9N eel.acted to repreeent the ln­tenlllta r1 tlle atrect.ed oommuni· uee apectflot.Uy will ba present to het.r oommun1ty oonoerna The R,.yan White Het.lth QLre Planning councu ta l'fl8J)Oll81': "' - t.a8!l8B1llg needs ln H&rr18 CalJD!iY and tlle surround1ng OCUlU8I rela­U'\' 9 to AID6 and for 1"9QU19t1nS tunaJ u,r__, U l\Y&.11 White Com· preharw1ve AIUS Reeouroe Emi!lr­geocy (CARI) Act pa-'. by Con· greu uue yw.r The meeunc. whlch 19 open to the publlo. la an 1nformal rneeung for oommw11ty Input. -Harr1ngton gets honor Eugene H&rrtngton h&8 been namadtlletlrstThurgcxxlMa.rsh&ll Fellow under t. new program for 'kcult;y reeearch t.t 'nlxaa Bout.hem Unlvt1rt1ty'e Thurgood l4ar8haJ.1 ;ahool of I.aw The program, to ba ln8UtUted ln January. will 1111lect me facult;Y member each year. who Submit sample photos to Jer,.., Mulhollond, 365 Ca­nal, suite 2300, New Orle­ans, LA 70130. (504) 524- 1408. Or to Henry McCh1r9, 408 Avondole, Hau1ton, TX 77006. (713) 529-8490. If we ch-•• to u•• your work, we wlll make you an offer to buy negatlve1. 'l'ourworkw11!beuSed1'1tl"leCr11- centColyStar.theMontrOHV01ce. Te~asG1yPreasandupartofour photo1rid1rtchpper111rv1c•to 01herg1y publlc111on1 ~be r!':nsu ~ =::~~ ~======~ :ma8tudypf'Qlect lfar!1nStonll&ld.hewillusehla relet.eed tune fc;. AIDS planning "'"H"&""r"rt"n gton 11 the founder and. p,....~. of the AID6 Bqulty Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Publishing Company seeks free-lance artists to prepsra gay· themed "'cllpper-style'"adlayouts We are now working on Mardi Gras and va1ent1ne'a Day events layouts should rallec:t theseeventsfrom1gay perspective (1 e .. a Valentme'a layout might show gay men holding hands surrounded by hearts).Comeupw1thyour own ideas Work can be in any medium Submit rough-sketch 1deasor completed art work to Jerry Mulholland. 365 Canal. suite 2300. New Orleans. LA 70130 (504J 524-1408 Or to Henry McC•urg. 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 (713) 529- 8490. We will pay per piece. $25 and up. Possibly way up Your work w•ll be used m the Crescent City Star. the Montrose V0tce. Ta.as Gay Press and as part ot our photo al'ld art ctipper S8fV•ee to other An lntenaive strategy meet.In& for twlCUUW oommlU.- members ~ tobaadllree9edbytba 1-lt.b oouncll are 11mlted. to the followtn& Mtt.bl1eh1n& fund1nC pr1or1uee. ~oping oount;y-wida fh:~~~/:c"oe~/:.rfr:ty~"'!'!i~.~'J.,~;Z..~"ef1t ·N111h1 Undn I gsy pubhcat 1 ons 6 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1990 Calif. legislature urged to allow same sex marriage Students say professor using classroom as pulpit SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- The San Francisco Board ol Supervisors urged Calilorn1a legislators 10 end d1scr1m1net1on against gay people by changing slate law to allow marriages ol same-sexcoupln The board's action Monday. Dec. 10,madellthelirst government body In the nation to call !or the legal!zatton of gay marriage. said Supervisor Richard Hongisto Existing marriage laws are ·anhquated and hurtlul" to l•b1an1andgaymen.n1d Hongisto. author ol lhe rnoluuon advocating the change The Board ol Superv1sors abhor1 d1scnm1nat1on ol any kind and lmds the present California law on marriage to d1scnmmateaga1nst lesbians and gay men and den•" same-sex couples 1ubstant1al legal. economic and 10C1al benel1t1 and obhga11on1 that accompany marnage," the resoluhon stated Vanous studies show that about half ol gay people are m •·primary relal1on1h1ps" that oltan last as long uthe1r heterosexual counterpart1. the re1olut1on noted Currently, marriage ol two men or two women 11 legal only In Denmark CLARKSVIU.E, Tenn. !AP}--An Au.elin Peay State Univeraity pro­feuor u'" hi1 clSMro<>m aa a pul· pit to preech a1ain1thomosexuali· ty and promote hil own relijiou1 beliefa, aome etudenta say. A handout from a p9YChology couree Lau1tht by John D. Martin read.I: "Plagues are aent from God becault' of evil. AIDS is a pl86Ue 1ent from God because of homo­sexuality. Homosexuality ia an evil:' eeme.ter, he teachem undel'f?adu· ate COU?'N9 in theory of pereonali· ty, p9ycholoo of adulthood and agin1 and PllYCholoo of adjuat ment. He allO leada lfaduate-level claaaem in counMling: and p9ycho­therepy The Leaf-Chronicle reported that 10me atudenta 1aid the pro­fe .. or frequently diacu1aet1 the ainfulneta of homoeexuality and other unrelatedreligiou1topicain hia claaaea and inaulta atudenta Martin says the topica are perti· who offer differin1 opiniona. nentandthat"wholeeome,health· "He dOMn't teach;' aaid junior y, heterosexual student.a don't Heather Kuer, a former student have a problem" with hil teach· who denounced Martin in a Jetter to thecampU1newapaper: "Hejuat Hi11upporteu characterize him preachN'. aa a caring teacher who maket Otheutudenta who aaked not to aome youn1 people uncomfortable named aaid Marlin constantly becauae he challen1• their be- quotH the Bible and pr-nta dia· lief• torted view• that don't relate to MartinjoinedAPSU'afacultyin the claaa 1966 and i1the1enior member of Some of Martin'• clan hand the p9ychology department. Thi• out.a include a pamphlet decryin1 Some parish officials allow 'symbolic' marriages of gays the American Civil Libertu.•• l:n ion, a ··Dear Abby'' column oppo. ing &ell outaide marriage and an article by writer Cal Thoma. criti· cizingaex education Martinsaidthose1heet1oulline syllO(l'ism1, logic exercilH he ahan>fl with the Htudenui. but that they also present hie view1 "They are my per110nal belief"­absolutely;• he Hid ... Part of my jobistoget1tudenl8tothink.and many of our 1tudenta just don't want to think:· He defend& cla11room present.a tiona and aNill'.flmenta about ho­mosexuality- which includl' a film about a homoaexual who renounce9 that lifeHtyle and a book criticizinK gay ri1tht.a-aay ing that mDllt paychological ex perta view holllueexuality as a sicknesa Dr. Stuart B. Bonningtun, chair peraon of the l)llychology d.-part ment, declined to oomml'nt about Martin'• teachin1t method• 1ay ing he had not attended the prof em 1111r'1cla-. He did say the Dia1tno1tic and Stali1tical Manual of Menlal Di• ord<'rs, the American P1ychiatric AR&ociation handbook u8ed by menLal healthprofl'Bilional1,dOet1 not lilt homat1exuality a1 a pey­chulugicaldi1urder. Martin admitted he has little pa tience for thO>lc who di1agree with himandB11idhi11detractor1rcpre- 1tnt a minority of "11ick, immoral 11tudenta' Hedoe1hl\ve11trun1t1uppurter1. "Hei11 a nl<"t', warm.graciousin dividual who lo\'t'll and care11 about his etudcnu:· said l{l'aduate stud.-nt Dwi1tht Bond. "Hone11tly, I behevf' people come into hiH da1111room and di1agre@with him. When he challen1tes their beliefa, they're uncomfortable with that. ' Jn a 8tal.t'mt>nl relea!lf'd Friday, DK. 7, John L Butler, v1 • pre11i· dent for academic affaira. 18ld, 'Dr: Martin ii a lonlfl.ime member of the faculty who holda Itron& per110nal view1. 10me of which may not be in keepin& with the tJmet1 in which we live 'Unfortunately, the expree1ion of hiH old·lime viewa and atyle of speaking to clu1 membera may have offended membera of hia cla11es;' the statement continued Butler said he is aware of 1tu­dent concem1 about Martin but had been approached per110nally by only one atudent He 88id the univeraity will take intemalactionagain1ttheprofe11· 80rbutdeclined to specify Manin, who holda a doctorate from ?>;orth Texu State Univerai· ty and maater'a and bachelor'• de­itte8 from Baylor Univeraity in Texu. 1aid heplanatoretireatthe end of the school year. ··rm 1tetling to be that a1te ... he 1aid Song promotes awareness, Ryan White legacy HONOLULU (AP)-lt rema1n1 illegal m Hawaii !or gay couples to be legally mamed in a church, but 1ome pan1h oflic1al1 are allowing same-sex couples to hold "1ymbolic" marriag• m their churches 1022 WESTHEIMER 527·9669 ••• Naturally INDIANAPOUS (AP)· -Jeanne White 11y1 a new song about her son·1 fatal llruggle with AIDS is helping her 1urvive the hollday1 ·colors" 11 a mu11ca1 tribute to RyanWh1te'1courage 1n h11l1ve­year battle with acquired immune def1c1ency syndrome He died 1nApr1l at age 18 'lt'1 reunited us and we're au gelling tOQ&ther I'm not going to be alone." 1hesaid. ge1tunng toward her mother and taan·age daughter. Andrea 'We decorated the grave th11 morning. 1t was really rough," 1ha 11idThur1day. Dec. 6. which would have been Ryan'• 19th birthday Keeping ahva Ryan·1 legacy and his crunde tor compas11on toward people w1lh AIDS 11 the goal ol "Color1. pro1ect orgamzer111•d While some gay and lesbian couplH plan to legally challenge the state ban on church mameges. many are perm111ed to get marned 1n church so they can be wed m -·sp1nt " Rev. ShOJi Matsumoto of Honpa Hongwan11 Buddhist Temple says marnage is a social matter as well as a personal matter Oll1c1als lromother denominations were less enthus1as11c about encouraging gay couplM to marry m their churches. with ollic1al1ol the Roman Catholic and Southern Baptist Conference churches saying such same-sex marriages are proh1b1ted by church policy Rev Frank Chong of the Umted Church of Christ says he hasn't been ask&d to perform a gay marnage. but would evaluate each requ81t separately, basing h110ec111on on talks with the couple AUDETIE CENTER AM~W.tc incoopcr1tionwitb The PWA Coalition-Houston and Body Posili\lt presents "NEXT STEP" Workshops for people who have tci;ted HIV positive: and wonder "Whal do I do now?" e •·ree ClM blood IHI e Free RPR (syphllls) In t • •·m TB skia Int Workshops arc held the first and second Tuesday of each month in English ind tbe third TueMiay or each month ia Spanish 6:00PM·8:30PM 4211 Gra~ark (behind the Audette Oiaic at 1200 Richmond) For more information, call 713-528-5531 (f.....xd t.,.1M Tam Dtp1r1mcnt of Hu!tll) r Answering . .- Service c.J..·l!l Voice Mailbox 1t; l;j! <YO .y • Yow own personal and pnvate telephone number • 24-how Service with unlimited calls • Same day start·up • Only$1400 per month • Semce can be hnked to yow pager so you ll get your messages instantly Pager rental avmlable • Mastercard YISO Discover accepted Page ME! inc.~ (713) 621 -2822 !Home of Sundance Cattle Company! Mary's Annual Tree Lighting Sunday, Dec. 16, 7pm Performances by: Montrose Singers and Lone Star Symphonic Band Special Guest: State Representative Debra Danburg Bring a non-perishable for Stone Soup Food Pantry HAPP"'f HOURS ~' ~,.\TTLE c.OMP.n~1 Ltl.Q.!::STO~.TEUS, Morning· lam-Noon S 1.50 Well & Oome~t•C Bee ...,,... AFTER ~ 1 0UA5 2am to losing Fnday & Saturday (c:ofte 1uices. sodas & Artesia) Plus- Live Q_J_ During After Hours A(rerrioon lrtrti.... s I Schnapps i·l~;~ Wei , S 1 50 Oomuuc Beer. ~ Always Activist Robert Cramer dies SAN FRANCISCO <AP)-Robert M•yor Art Arn<*- "It WU Bob Cramer. pruonnfllt avic leadtt and Cramer'• dre-.m that thf' Cable Car ••Y aroviat, i9 dead H 53 of compli Awardt brin1 the i•Y and 1"bian c.tion• from AIDS He died S.111r oommumtytosether with therettof day, Dec:. 8, at Kaiwr Ho.p11.a.I Cramtt, who owned a b.rberehop, founded an annu.J pru(Tam called Cable Car Awarda. which honored San Frannll<Xl homo..tia1al1 for theuaceomph1hmeni. '1'he Cable Car Awarda have cometo1ymbohzeallthat1-ri1ht about San Franciaw: commented Gays excluded from proposed hate crimes bill in Missouri INDEPENDENCE. Mo. (AP) G•y men end 1esb11ns are not 1 leg1t1mt1te m•noricy deseN1ng ol protection ageonst hatecnmn. a crty council member said before the council voted 10 eKCtuoe them lrom a new law After nearly two hours of debate 1n packed chambers. the council voted 5-2 Monday. Dec 10. not toreta•n the words seKual onenlat1on'· 1n a law that would impose 111tler penalties lor crimes committed out ol hatred lorcerta1n social groups The revised bill. which laces anothercounc11 vote Jan. 7, would impose an e"tra minimum penalty of $300 and 15 days in 1111 lor any crime committed on thebas1sol av1ct1m'srace. color, religion. age. nahonal or1g1n or ethr11c htmtage Cooncil member Penny Bennett said other groops were more deserving ol protection than lesb11ms and gay men This does no1 take away anything (lrom homos.e>tuafs). ahe saod ·-11 only g•vM special rights to special groops ol people Ho,,..ever. coonctl member Bob Clothier disagreed. saying. ·1 do not call lreedom from hate cnmes a specoal treatment or a special nght The b•ll was prompted by a cross-burnongand otheractsol 1ntom1dal!on m the area th11 year City­sponsored play yanked to avoid upset MIRAMAR. Fla (APJ--A play about an Archie Bunker-type character who discovers his son is gay was canceled atter city oll1c1a1s received complaints about the comedy's content Norman. ls That You?· was scheduled to be performed last Friday. Nov 30. et the c1ty­owned civic center as the hrst in a series of lour performances by an mdependent theatrical company, Standing Room Only Productions ol Plantahon ·we·re not gomg to produce anything that upsets anybody.­said Mayor V1ck1 Coceano. who has not read the play ·we don't want to produce any plays 1n our theaterherethatwereahttle shaded' The play ran briefly on Broadway 1n 1970 and was made into a movie starring Redd Foxx and Pearl Bailey lhecityinrerogmtionofallthe1rood Unngathatwerehappemnahere' Cramer wu one of the ora:amura of the city'a Lnbian-Gay heedom DayPlll"edentarly20yHraq:o,and w .. apree1dentofthepoliticallypo­~ nt Alice B. Toklaa Lesbian-Gay lnmocraticClub heterose>tuals The new Policy. announced Wednesday. Dec. 5. also ends the ban on donations from H11t1ans and eases the ban on donat1on1 from net1ves ol sub-­Saharan African nations The Ha1t1an pernmenl called for a ··massive program of re­educating Americans"' about a pohcy 11 said has ruined that coontry·s tourism mdustry. ~t thousands ol }Obs and caused Haitian ctuldren to be ··snubbed and taunted BETTER LAUJTIS & yARDEnS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape -Lawn Care - Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices s23 .. LAWil Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Publishing Company seeks lree-lance art11tstopreparegay-themed "'Cllpper·style··adlayoutsWe are now working on Mardi GrasandValentme·soay events Layoutsshoutdrellect these events from a gay perspective (i.e .. a va1ent1ne·1 layout might show gay men holding hands surrounded by hearts). Come up with yoor own ideas Work can be 1n any medium Submit rough-sketch ideas or completed art work to Jerry Mulholland. 365 Canal. suote 2300. New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 524-1408. Or to Henry MCCiurg. 406 Avondale Houston. TX 77006. (713) 529- 6490. We will pay per piece. $25andup Possibly way up Your work will be used in the Crescent City Star. the Montrose Voice. Texas Gay Press and as part of our pholo andartchpperser.ricetoother gay publications FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 19901 MONTROSE VOICE 7 SUNDAY, DEC. 16 Gay and Lesbian Switchboard ChriswAmi1 cta~ sn ~ 3:30-6pm ~ (Preview 2:30pm) Auctioneers: Vicki New--:Ms. TGRA 1989 Doug Toman--:Mr. TGRA 1991 Many Items, Trips & More!!! Cash, Checks, Visa/MC Welcome Kenny Rutledge & Friends Christmas Showcase 2400 Brazos Spm featuring: Co-:M.C.~.A.licia Lisa Martin Jerry Moran Wayne Grabein pf! B.J. Summers ~ 1,;,~" Nevada (Ms. BRB) jj~ '7r Divin ity (Miss BRB) :7 "'40~ \ Nancy Ford ~ / ya.tt _. , ··• Teresa Mauney ; ,, em,,/>.. :r ,,,, ,, \\.. Benefiting Colt 45's/ // ~ Stone Soup 528-9192 Cathy Rolhns. president of the 1heatncatcompanysa1dshe d1dn"t argue when asked to change the play. adding "We don't wish to lorceany controversy on anyone·· The Neil Simon play "Come Blow Your Horn"' was 1ub$t1tuted Celebrate Sensuality in the 90's! But some other produce,. wece iiotaaagreeable to the c1ty'1 interventiOn ·1r1e>tlreme1y unfortunate that there·s a growing climate of repreu1on. that theater people are not being allowed to discuss sub1ects that certain government olllc1a1s don·1 thmk are appropriate."' said Jerry Campbell. an art1shc director !or theVinneueCarrotl Theater 1n Fort Lauderdale Blood donors to be quizzed about personal lives WASHINGTON 1AP) -Blood blnks """I have to ask a broader range ol personal quest•ons ol would-be dorn>,. under new regulations that recognize the growing spread ol AIDS among Safer Sex Posters available-through AIDS Foundation Houston for a donation of $5 apiece or $10 for the set of 3. For more information call 623-6796. 8 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1990 Liz Taylor jurors asked about alcoholism and perfume LOS ANGELES (AP)-Potentlal JuroralnEh21bethT•ylor'1l~1I battle with an eK·boylr!end over dollar• and acent1 were 11ked •bout alcohol11m, AIDS 1nd what type ol perfume they wear Ml11 Taylor'• former beau, HenryWynberg, 111ulng the aclr••lor 11h1r1oltheprolit1 from her perfume. Pu11on, cl1lmlng 1he brHched 1 contract w1thhfmtom1rk1tth1lr1gr1nce During jury telecUon Wedn•day. Dec. S, In SuP*l"lor Court, two potent11J jurol'I d11cloted they 1pl11h on PH1lon bul H•d 11 wooldn't 1ffect lhelr ob1ect1v1ty Tod1y. two potent11I jurol'I H•d they had never Hen the Ac•demy Aw1rd-w1nning actr.., on Mm. ath1rd .. 1d hi hid Hen most of her 111m1_ ••nee he h•d been going to mov111 11nce the silent fofm era M111 T1ylor reacted with 1 mock e1tprns1on of horror, then laughed 1rong with othera In the coortroom Wynberg. a former used-car Hinman who courted Ml11 Taylor between her two m1rr1ages to R1ch•rd Burton, cl11ms he cre1ted the lr•gr1nce Photogra· phers Wanted Community Publl•hlntt Compony ... iu profN- 1lonol photogropher1 who hove photos for sale of mole models for varlM use In aclvertl•• menfl and promotions. • Aclvertlsln9 for a11ort­M 411ploy ouavnts In tho CraMant City Stor, Montrose Voice an4 Tex•• Gay 'rau. • Dl1play a4vertl1ln1 In other eay publlca1lon1 that HlbMrll•• to our l'hot. and ort t.crtvra ••rvlca. Weeurr1ntlyl'IHdpnot01•1lh Vglent•n1'101y100MerdlGr" th-(l1.tM1rdlGrHpl\Olo m•gtlt 11\ow two mlfl In <:OSlume, nold•ngn1001).Com1upw1th yourownlde" Phot01ahol.lldbl bl1ek1ndwM1buteolorpru111 :::!:eont•O.red UneblllOUM Submit tampla ,hoto1 to Jerry Mulholloncl, US C• nol, tulta 2300, New Ori• e1n1, LA 70130. (504) 524- 1401. Or to Henry Mc<lu,.., 401 AvonHla, Hou1ton, TX 77006. (711) 529·&490. If we ch-•a to uta your work, we wlll rnaka you •n offer to ltuy n.1atlva1. Yourv.ork•1UbluMd1ntl\IC•­eentC11yS11r11\ 1MontrOMVo1Ce T1J<HG•yPre ... 1ndupertotour ptio101nd1rtehpperMrv.c:eto OltMlrg1ypobl>c:1l•OOI A Masterpiece of I M~ ... ~ I Gertrude Stem and Ahce 8. Tok las step out of the literary h.aul monde and into the Pansian un derworld to track down a mur· derer and art thief. While Gertrude and Ahce dig for due! in hterary salons and art exhib1 llons. Johnny McAndrews. a ga) American wnter. takes us on 2 wild and "icked romp througt the decadent <;1de of Pansian life 'Rl"ph.•te with plenty ot punrunr banter, Steini.11n parody. lll11l.11nn@ trrts between the malecharactffl and a lew what the hell 1ntch ronism~. th1~ is a campy delight of1 com1(mystery"-B(}(lk/n1 THE CARAVAGGIO SHAWL by Samuel M Steward S9.00 m boolmoret, orchp1h11adandr«umwithyour clwckforSlLOOlpostp.i1d)toorder •. , ., ALYSON PUBLICATIONS ~-P·5;401'lympton5t 8otton,MA02118 Christmas auction to benefit Gay and Lesbian Switchboard The aeoond annual Chr1stma8 &UDtlon for G&y and I.eebl&n Bw1tcbbo&rd/Houst.on will be bald at 3:30 p.m. Bunday, Dec 18 at the Braz.oe River Bott.om. 2400 Brazos. A prevtew of the itema t.o be auotioned. will be held at 2:30 p.m. t.erestec1 people_ The eem1n&re are deSlgned t.o be an tnt.roctuc-­uon t.o various he&! th support &ltern&tl.vee, wtthemphaslB on HIV oonoerns. There are two preaant.atione 1n Dloembe~ At 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Dec 17, at M:ont.roae L1bra.ry (4100 The auction is boat«lbyDoug'Ibm&n, Kr. 1'GRA 1991. Sever­al oommun1cy bus.1- neeees have donat.ed ii.ma for the auctlon, Monuo1t ••1'1lbor· hood ::1':i~r lnnta llont.roee),AFH will sponsor a workahop foousingonNutrtUon a.ndHIVThisw1.ll bea t.radltJon&l approach t.o good nut.rit.lon by HIV diete.ryspeoi&llst. PJch&rd Elbein. He There ts no a.dmi• will discuss the maJor al.on charge t.o attend the event.. CUb, ab8oka and MC/VISA will be aooept.ed for auetlon items -AFHWellness program The AID8 Frunda.t.ion Houston (A1'H) WellllBse Prog:rs.motrers an on.going eerteaoff'reeeemt­n& l'I focus1nS on HIV 1ssu8a­althougb t.hey&re open t.oall 1n· components of nutrttJonal health focuaing on the oon­oerns of the HIV·positlve 1nd1- v1dual. 'Ibptca wUl include nu­trl. t10nal intake, ea.Ung pat­terns, supplement.e, food con· t&min&t1on, fiUids, st.rees and exeroi.811. B:na.ck8 and 1nfonna­t1Dn& l h&ndouta will available and there will be plency of op­portunicy for questt.one and an- """"'· Then on Tueeda,y, Dec. 18, AFH will preeent its monthly amsu&l1cylaexu&l1cyworkahop The purpoae ts t.o help ellm1- n&t.e many of the fe&I"S, rumors and unoertatnt.1e8 reg&rd1nS HIVt.ra.nsm1881on andpromot.e safer sexu&llcy" throt4h games, d1agr&ms and ~uvel,y" discu&­sl. on. Th1B workshop ts for &n,y· one who has never att.ended a safer eex cla88, so they can af­~ their commitment t.o a he&lthler, h&ppter llfescy"le, sa.1d coordina.t.or Bart I.oeaer. ''These workshops &re enter­tAining, popular and offer a unique tw1st t.o homework as- 81.gnment.e;• U:>e8er sa1d. The program ts also offered tree t.o a.n,y organtzatlon or anyone w1sh1ng t.o host a group of !riends ln their home Information on upcoming wellnsseeventsca.n be00ta1ned through the monthly AFH Wellness calendar. B1gri up on the malling llst, or call AFH at 623<1700 -Art League classes The.Art League's winter semes­ter beg1na the week of Jan. 14 Reg1stra.t.1on baa begun for al&a8e8 in drawtng, pe.tnting, W&teroolor, aculpture, jewell'y m&ldng, phOt.ography and ot.h· er popular 8Ul:!)ectB. Beginners 88 well 88 expe1rtenoecl &rt18tB -a.re waloome tn all Art. L6agu8 Join 1n workshops in weav-ing, aculptUre, photo etchinS, faux tln18hea and many other Umely t.op108 taught by expert enoedprof&881onals. 'Ibregtst.er or t.o recelve a cl888 echedule, call the Art. league of Houst.on. 623-9630. In addJtJon, the Art. League ts achedul1ng an open house on Saturday.Jan. 6 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at 1963 llont.roee Blvd The open house will acqua.int thoee interested with the in· st.ruatDrs and their cl88868. In· structors' work will also be on ~"" The Art leagu81s a non·protlt org&n1z&tton dsd1oat.ed t.o' the promouon ofthllV1sualarta. Of· t1oe hours &re 9:00 a.m. t.o 6:00 p.m. Monday through ~ and 10:00 a..m. t.o 4 00 p.m. on """"-· -Christmas mldnlgllt Holy Trinicy C'A.thol1o Churoh will oelebrata itB nrst Chr1Bf.. mas midntgbt mass on Deo. 24. The Solemn M&se ofthe Nat1v1· cy of Our Lord, With trad1t10n&l Chr1stmas oa.rols, will begin With the bleestng of the Crill at 12:00a..m. Refi'eshmentB and a fellow· ship hour will follow the Mrv· 108. Holy T.rinicy Pa.r1sh 1s the founda.U.on oommunlt,y of the Trinitarian C&thol1c Churoh, whose pr1m&cy m1n18try 1s to thsgayandleeb1anoommun1t;y. For more 1nformat1on, 0&11628- 0012. The church 1s IOO&ted at 1218Welch. rAFA~rAFArArAFA~rAFA• I WANT YOU! ~ 1·900-LOVE·MEN Mon­trose Voice Bar- Zaar In this section ... Bar Zaar listings Day-by-day breakdown if even ls BarZaar club and restaurant ads Our 8d\lert1 er:, w1 tempt you Phone fun Toll and toll-free numbers lor verbal adventures Voice Personals People who want to meet you Montrose Soap People and places around our community "OU'"TP OS,.. MAN TO MAN •ONE TO ONE FANTASY CONNECTION INSTANT ACTION 1-900-535-MA'IE DEEP SATISFACTION (THAT'S 1-900-535-6283) 1-900 Leave your own Fantasy, Call 212-753-0046 HOT- 6900 t1pot .. ..._H11tOr- MAN TALK THE WAY YOU LIKE IT! 1-900 535-4MEN ('TIIAT'SH010(l.!.:IH6311) ONE-ON-ONE INSTANT CONTACT ''""'"""·HlhOr•ot SHARE SOME S·W·E·A-T! 1-900-568-LOVR Cl HA rs 1.1100.;os-5687) 1-900-346-1212 """ -~u-••• (l'llATll--..&U.-) IT'S GETTING HOT! UNCENSORED MALE CONFESSIONS HOT TALK ON 1-900-230-BEAR (THATS 1-900-230-2327) MALE TALK THE WAY I OU IJKE TO llEAR IT! 1-900-346-TELL (THATS 1-900-346-8355) MEN TO MEN TELL IT IJKE IT IS! LEA VE YOUR OJV!V CONFESSIO.V Call 1-212-754-6454 ''""'"""-u,,,.1.11. 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Put Time Giovanni pre&entt the U.S.0 Tour Chriatmu ahow, lOpm E J'a Cousins & Company l0:30pm, Cousin• Santa Chops, midnight Venture-N After-hourt1,Mary'a eSUNDAY, DECEMBER 16 Oilera va. Chief• football noon, E:J'• Oilera va. Chief• football noon, S.balltoumey4pm,1teak-n­tatera6pm. Gentry Oilera va. Chiefa football noon. happy hour i.epm. free hotd<>11, Berry Hill Oilera v•. Chief• football noon. Liquor bash 4-7pm, Atrium Beer bu•t 1-epm, 1teak night 4 6pm,Mary'• Pool tourney 2pm. Co1U1in• "Burp & dawga'' 5pm, Venture­N Gay1Le6bian Switchboard auction 3:30-6pm, Steak night f>- 9pm, Kenny Rutledge Christma. Showcaee 8pm. Br&.ro11River&ttom HMBL awarda banquet 2-epm. Ventw"•N Mary'• iuinual Chri1tmu tree lighting with MontrOIJe Singer• & Lone Star Symphonic band, 7pm Dollar houfll 9·10pm, QT'• '"lllu1iona '90" 9:30pm, E1J'1 eMONDAY, DECEMBER 17 SL25 frozen margaritaa all day, E-J"s Locker special noon-midnight. Club Body Center Beer pitcher •pecial 4· !0pm, Atrium TV comedy hour 8pm, Gentry Dollar houra 9-IOpm. QT'• eTUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 Hamburger• noon-3pm, Mary'• Beer pitcher 11pecial 4-7pm, Atrium Steak night 7pm, MiN Kitty'• Room & locker •pecial1 7pm 3am, Club Body Center C&W dance leeeon•, lOpm BRB Talent contest 7th week, 10:30pm E1J'• eWEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19 Slop 1hot pool llam, Mary'• Happy hour all day, all nisht. Gentry White lishtening"' •pecial 4· 7pm,Atrium Steak night &IOpm, 7th wef!k male dance contest 10:30pm, E J"• Sl.50 well 4·llpm, Berry Hill Dollar houra 9-!0pm, QT'• eTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 Lunch on the patio noon-3pm, Mary's Room & locker special• noon· midnight, Club Body Cent.er St.25 longnecks all day & nisht. 50C hambursera 7-9pm, BRB Bud and Lite longnecka SUiO 4 7pm,Atrium Dart tourney 8pm, Pa.t Time '"lllusiona '90" 9:30pm, [, J'• THE ABOVE EVENTS ARE TAl<EN FROM ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS ISSUE OF THE MONTROSE VOICE Fortunes by Tye ho For the Montrose Voice Aries Guests of both tne expected and 10 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1990 713•976•8500 ' 'it). l·UOO· DO'l,· IJ~I1DEll ''.iJ" ' 'if ... 1 ·900-646-4646 • "Talking Personals" in over 25 Gay Categories • Meet Nice Guys for Dating and Friendship • Meet Hot Guys that like to get REAL WILDI • Fun - Safe·-Easy to use-Open 24 Hours H.M.B.L AWARDS BANQUET SUNDAY, DEC. 16, 2-6PM CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL TEAMS & PLAYERS CHRISTMAS COMING ... 1) WE SUPPORT MARY'S COMMUNITY TREE LIGHTING 2) SANT A CHOPS WILL BE AT V-N SATURDAY MIDNIGHT 3) BRING A NON-PERISHABLE FOR STONE SOUP AND SPREAD THE JOY HOME OF LANCERS MC YEA! PARTY! GROOVIN'• CRUISIN'• BOOZIN' NEVER A COVER, UNLIMITED PAlVATE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET AND ALWAYS GOOD VIBES The Black Line Where a.11 men a.re welcome. 1-900-468-2822 uneMpecled kind wdl •ppe.1r or w•ll soon be •Ppa•nng No m•t­ter how d11!1cult or unusual the S1tuat1on •S Aries woll know how 1011kecereol 11 Youdet•notely get•nA lord1plomacy Taurus Tauru11swearmg anelfsCIOlh· 1ng Aplaytu1.evanmag1ca1ap­proachto hosawhoare lellmg otherwise w•ll have good resutts You might even go solar IS to t1cklesomaone·1 fancy S1er1 p11nn1ngtore1pec1•ln-year'1 raao1ut1on ~r,;;~s'°;;;lzf "You'll Have a Hill of a Good Time" Sundag: Oilet1 v1 Chie/1, Noon Ha119y Hour 1-6pm, free hot dogs Wednesdqg: 11.50 Well, 4-ttpm ffidqy: If .50 Well, 7 -9pm 1S346 Kuykendahl ZSJ71.lalph Stred atWesthebner 5379071 S87-8810 lt:=l ~ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1•. 1990, MONTROSE VOICE 11 Give me some HEAT! 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But rather than large scale g•las you·remuch more•pprec:1a11ve of dinner !or four Keeping things on a vary parsona1, 1nt1· mate1evel1swhatre•llyp1easas you Ah. the 1oy of 1 rHI conver­& at1on Virgo The season of memory has you under rts spell. Couch potatoes won't need a tllev•s•on and rock· •ng ch••r roc'kerswon't even need a window to look out The past that loves 1ns•de of you JS more than enough Remember Libra The everyday. commonplaceac­t1v1t1es ol• busy.•ctwehfetake on a special meaning You're m­vent1ve and cr11t1ve and you·re shering1tallw1th friends and neighbors 1rs more than •dose ol Christmas cheer. 11'1 you (as you really •re) Scorpio Pisces You can have who you want JI th1s1sa1ongtermpartner,n­areas ol discovery wdl be opened 1n your relationship II this •S someone new. be sure you know who. what. and how and than go where Personals (individualL TO ANSWER A MONTROSE VOICE PERSONAL :: .,~;-~ ;~-/~~ n.~:,-~•1:mbe<'" K• ... ~-O'lj't.,nu-•11rt"'g :'m:! 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Health C!rs. · 2131 C!rs. 2131 From LEE HARRINGTOS. pa11t that human be1ng8 are spending pre.ident, Gay and LHbian tJmeonth18&b8un11cy'?Iam81ckof Political Cau~ It.. my chlldren are Bick of It.. but Jamnotl!W'9ju9tbowmanyjudglle tenaof~of'I'enat.u:dol· ~---------, It tall:e8 to throw th18 J&rsgouplnflamesaga!n.t.J\YWllV', thlngout--thllmakelat &nc1I8U8pect.th1818&Ull :;:== Le~era ;:tJ:::o~ FITNESS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE :A.:";t.·.-.-..., ._::.~_J:=: ::'P:..::: . . 523-2121 ~~=:!iu1~ to the ~n:~~= ~~;r;:: ~:~:~~~::: L---------=-=~ !:~!h:re 1::a~ Voice ~'::1:r!:'!:~~ C•HGtl>e 622·5m 1r1COine Tax 1'rlcOme Tax !:!': 0:;~8: =-~~:;::P ..:-:.. ... ::-­c ........ _,Anyt_ carii'et Cleaning "2118.55 catering 2119 2136 2136 h&w.I""""-•"""'"""""'"'· .,,.,...,., .... , ..-----_,.,......,..,--,----, ==~ot.meraaon -"DocketC&ll" Lt/'.f C•lebr•I• a,;~::'l'!t .. , Con!&ClRT at 529--4653 cariStruct1011 & Repair 2123 ~ ~ Wlthalltheproblemathatplead J.'romPHYLLISt"RYE:,attorney, Tax Preparation and awmtJOn in our sw.e, anclaround lnclu1ive community aetivl•t IRS Audit Assistance theworld..ce.nyouactuaUybelleve eo1ru:ldent&1 to the 21 oo ru1 (7-13) 667-589~ !ned to gel into the houN through the back yard_ Farg1son said Sunday IMlrstl•P servicP1111m fi1Ul'ltn L"-'-"-"_'-~ '-"_1 . ~~::~t 529-8490 But Burton·s molher-in·law Oora Hardon. H•d BurtOll was coo weak lrom AIDS to wrestle woth theOll1cer Newsp_apers. NMews'p_apers. Newspapers. Newspapers. Magazine~ 0566 agazmes Magazines Magazines -----'-'= __ _:_:10:::;56:.::6 __ _:_:10:::;56"'6 10566 ·He had only one montn to ove.· Ms Hardin aa1d "Ha couldn't nurt •Ilea H11 was 100 weak Doctor scorned for suggesting docs with HIV identify selves Houston's Newest, Largest Selection of Videos Richmond News & Video 4330 Richmond Ave. 439-0216 Open 24 Hours (including all holidays) • Complete Selection of Magazines • Full Line of Novelties• Private Mini Theatres• The Newest, Hottest Selection of Videos MC Visa Ame11; Diners Club Carte Blanch All Personal Checks Welcome Fergusonsa•d Mens1or ahot ~M_ov~e~rs~~2~\6 0= ~~~~1~;:;:c~;.~:~,,~~~~~~~ Rubidoux Investigators beil811e Burton NEW HAVEN. Conn 1AP) -A doctor who has be11n urgmg physicians w•lh the AIOS virus to come forward to n111p reduce the stigma asaoc••led with tne 1llhctronsays he's fonding i.n1e support lor hos views amoni;i h!S colleagues You are 1i1<etneB"t•sti generall wno Nnt yotinQ men C&NCa/e StumT•.tileon -""' SundayBreal<lMt 8om3om BrukfastSpecials tiD lOam 9-Ballloumey 3pm 604 Fairview --~-·· 522-0106 Te:uu >w·n lei-rian <"<mfrren<', the fourth annual Tu.s11 l.~Rhian Conft-renct\Will ~hf'ld th1•11ame month a .. thf' national mt"t'tmg S<-ht'dule<l for April 12·14.19!11.thl' fourth annual Tt'X8" J....,.b111n Cvn ference will nlebr11t1· the theme ·M<Jving F<Jrwarrl Tol/l'lh!•r Empow('rment. l'ridt' and Stn·ngth" The c-onfennl"t' will be held at the Driskill llutt'I in Awoun For infor mauon on th,. TI.C write l'O. Hox 40:.!06.' An~tm. TX 7l'!i04, or call •121~: lti!I lnglnAUBUn!Mondl,y1.theH&rT18 c:ouncy Crlm1nal Lawyers Amoc1&­uon (Heu.ti.) puhllahed. lta legal magaz!ne'"Docket.Call" with IJ\Y&r­tlcie enuued "1'eus Penal Code 21 06. Baker v. Wiide. Bowers v Ha.rdw1ck ancl 110081 Penal Code:' I have talked to the editor of Do::ket.Call.whosa1dthatooplllllof th8&11.1Clee&n be made&v&llltleat anun1JnalOOSLof'2peroopy Isug gest that everyone order three oop­les. ll:sep one &n4 eend one each to their respective state INln&tOr ancl sw.erepreeentatlve.Seru:ta.aelhd· dres8ed. ste.mped < 46 oent.11 for three ooples) envelo"" .rid '2 per oopy ordered to t.he HCCLA. 706 Main Street 40ClA. Houston, TX 77002 out to diem the First World War whole they $!&yedtalebetutltl thelines.·wri:iteCK1epl'lys11an angered by Or. Howard M Sp1rt s suggestion Sp•r<" a gastro8'1terolog1st at Yale-New Haven Hoapital ana a professor a! the Yale s hO?I ct Medicine. torst took tne controversial stand in the February rssue or Drug Therapy amed1calJ0Urna1 Frustra1ed and .. dclened by the negat1ve responae to the article_ Sp•ro re1tera1ea h1I v•ews in November 111 a local newspaper column In the medical iournat. Spiro wrote that there remaonsa s.ienceabOut whoh11gonen AIDS that kaeps •t myster10Js andshamalulandsuraly contnbutes to its spread By being !orthr1gnt about their owri predicament. doctors w•th the AIDS v•ruscould play an 1mportan1 role •n breaking "the conspir1cy ol 11lence that surrounds AIDS. Spiro aa1d Suen pnys1canscanhe1p society 1earn to lrve w•!l'I AIDS and to a.--:ept trt•t 1119 not a shameful )ndl•o. . fp1roU1a
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