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Montrose Voice, No. 529, December 14, 1990 - File 008. 1990-12-14. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 1, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1349/show/1339.

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(1990-12-14). Montrose Voice, No. 529, December 14, 1990 - File 008. Montrose Voice. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1349/show/1339

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 529, December 14, 1990
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 14, 1990
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 008
Transcript Activist Robert Cramer dies pssssss SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Robert Cramer, prominent civic leader and gay activist, is dead at 53 of complications from AIDS. He died Saturday, Dec. 8, at Kaiser Hospital. Cramer, who owned a barbershop, founded an annual program called Cable Car Awards, which honored San Francisco homosexuals for their accomplishments "The Cable Car Awards have come to symbolize all that is right about San Francisco" Mayor Art Agnos "It was Bob Cramer's dream that the Cable Car Awards bring the gay and lesbian community together with the rest of the city in recognition of all the good things that were happening here." Cramer was one of the organizers of the city's Lesbian-Gay Freedom Day Parade nearly 20 years ago, and was a president of the politically potent Alice B. Toklas Lesbian-Gay Democratic Club. Gays excluded from proposed hate crimes bill in Missouri INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP}— Gay men and lesbians are not a legitimate minority deserving of protection against bate crimes, a city council member said before the council voted to exclude them trom a new law. After nearly two hours of debate in packed chambers, tbe council voted 5-2 Monday. Dec. "sexual orientation'' in a law that would impose stiffer penalties for crimes committed out of hatred for certain social groups. The revised bill, which faces another council vote Jan. 7. would impose an extra minimum penalty of $300 and 15 days in jail for any crime committed on the basis of a victim's race, color, religion, age. national origin or ethnic heritage. Council member Penny Bennett said other groups were more deserving of protection than lesbians and gay men. "This does not take away anything (from homosexuals!." she said "It only gives special rights to special groups of However, council memb» Clothier disagreed, saying, not call freedom from hate crimes a special treatment or a special right." The bill was prompted by a cross-burning and other acts of intimidation in the area this year City- sponsored play yanked to avoid upset MIRAMAH. Fla. (AP)-A play about an Archie Bunker-type character who discovers his son is gay was canceled after city officials received complaints about the comedy's content. "Norman. Is That You?" was scheduled to be performed last Friday, Nov. 30, at the city- owned civic center as the first in a series of four performances by an independent theatrical company. Standing Room Only Productions of Plantation. "We're not going to produce anything that upsets anybody," said Mayor Vicki Coceano. who has not read the play. "We don't want to produce any plays in our theater here that were a little shaded." The play ran briefly on Broadway in 1970 and was made into a movie starring Redd Foxx and Pearl Bailey. Cathy Rollins, president of the theatrical company said she didn't argue when asked to change the play, adding "We don't wish to force any controversy on anyone." The Neil Simon play "Come Blow Your Horn" was substituted. But some other producers wete not as agreeable to the city's intervention. "It's extremely unfortunate that there's a growing climate of repression, that theater people are not being allowed to discuss subjects that certain government officials don't think are appropriate." said Jerry Campbell, an artistic director for the Vinnette Carroll Theater in Fort Lauderdale Blood donors to be quizzed about personal lives WASHINGTON (AP|—Blood banks will have to ask a broader range of personal questions of would-be donors under new regulations that recognize the growing spread of AIDS among heterosexuals The new policy, £ Wednesday. Dec. 5, also end the ban on donations from The Haitian government callei for a "massive program of reeducating Americans'' about a policy it said has ruined that country's tourism industry, cost thousands of jobs and caused Haitian children to be "snubbed and taunted." FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1990 I MONTROSE VOICE 7 BETTER LA1DTIS & qARDEHS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential —Landscape —Lawn Care —Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523-LALUn ; repr«»3«rarra*««*«gc^^ . if Bob Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Publishing Company seeks free-lance artists to prepare gay-themed "clipper-style" ad layouts. We are now working on Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day events. Layouts should reflect these events from a gay perspective (i.e., a Valentine's layout might show gay men holding hands surrounded by hearts). Come up with your own ideas. Work can be in any Submit rough-sketch ideas or completed art work to Jerry Mulholland. 365 Canal, suite 2300. New Orleans. LA 70130. (50-1) 524-1408. Or to Henry McClurg. 408 Avondale, Houston, TX 77006. (713) 529- 8490. We will pay per piece. $25 and up. Possibly way up Your work will be used in the Crescent City Star, the MontroseVoice, Texas Gay Press and as part of our photo and art clipper service toother gay publications. SUNDAY, DEC. 16 Gay and Lesbian Switchboard Christmas A^t^n 3:30-6pm (Preview 2:30pm) Auctioneers: TGRA 1989 Doug Toman--Mr. TGRA 1991 Many Items, Trips & More!!! Cash, Checks, Visa/MC Welcome Kenny Rutledge & Friends Christmas Showcase 8pm featuring: Co-M.C—Alicia Lisa Martin Jerry Moran Wayne Grabein B.J. Summors Nevada (Ms. BRB) Divinity (Miss BRB) Nancy Ford Teresa Mauney Benefiting Colt 45's/ Stone Soup COM ME RCLU MS MB 13 BRAZOS RIVER BOTTOM HOUSTON;: 5 2400 Brazos 528-9192 Celebrate Sensuality in the 90's! ■^^ 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.
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