8 MONTROSE VOICE / FRIDAY, DECEMBER f.
LOS ANGELES (AP)—Potential
jurors In Elizabeth Taylor's legal
battle with en ex-boyfriend over
dollars and scents were asked
about alcoholism, AIDS and
what type o' perfume they wear.
Miss Taylor's former beau,
Henry Wynberg, is suing the
actress for a share of the profits
from her perfume, Passion,
claiming she breached a contract
with him to market the fragrance.
During jury selection
Wednesday. Dec. 5, in Superior
Court, two potential Jurors
disclosed they splash on Passion
but said it wouldn't affect their
Today, two potential jurors
said they had never seen the
Academy Award-winning actress
a third said he had seen
1 Christmas auction to benefit Gay and Lesbian Switchboard
The Becond annual Christmas terested people. The seminars
auction for Gay and Lesbian are designed to be an lntroduc-
Swltchboard/Houston will be tion to various health support
held at 3:30 pjn. Sunday, Dec. alternatives, with emphasis on
18 at the Brazoe River Bottom, HTV concerns. There are two
8400 Brazoe. A preview of the presentations In December.
Items to be auctioned will be At 7:00 pjn. on Monday, Dec.
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been going to movies since the
silent film era. Miss Taylor
of horror, then laughed along
with others in the courtroom.
Wynberg, a former used-car
salesman who courted Miss
Taylor between her two
marriages to Richard Burton,
claims he created the fragrance.
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A Masterpiece of
held at 2:30 p.m.
The auction is
hosted by Doug Toman,
Mr TGRA 1991. Several community businesses have donated
items for the auction.
an annual fund raiser
for the switchboard.
There Is no admls-
17, at Montrose Library (4100
Montrose), AFH will
sponsor a workshop
focusing on Nutrition
and HIV. This will be a
to good nutrition by
KTV dietary specialist
Richard Elbeln. He
will discuss the major
components of nutritional
slon charge to attend the event.
Cash, checks and MC/VISA will health focusing
be aooepted for auction Items, cerns of the HIV-positive Indl-
—AFH Wellness vldual. Topics will Include nutritional intake, eating pat-
program terns, supplements, food con-
The AIDS Foundation Houston tamlnation, fluids, stress and
CAFH)WenneBsProgramoffer8 exercise. Snacks and lnforma-
an on-going series of free semi- tional handouts will available
nars focusing on HTV issues— and there will be plenty of op-
although they are open to all in- portunlty for questions and an
Then on Tuesday, Dec. 18,
AFH will present Its monthly
sensuality /sexuality workshop.
The purpose Is to help eliminate many ofthe fears, rumors
and uncertainties regarding
HIV transmission and promote
safer sexuality through games,
diagrams and "lively" dlscus-
Blon. This workshop Is for anyone who has never attended a
safer sex class, so they can affirm their commitment to a
healthier, happier lifestyle, said
coordinator Bart Loeser.
"These workshops are entertaining, popular and offer a
unique twist to homework assignments',' Loeser said. The
program Is also offered free to
any organization or anyone
wishing to host a group of
friends In their home.
Information on upcoming
wellness events can be obtained
through the monthly AFH
Wellness calendar. Sign up on
the mailing list, or call AFH at
—Art League classes
The Art League's winter semester begins the week of Jan. 14.
Registration has begun for
classes In drawing, painting,
watercolor, sculpture, Jewelry
making, photography and other popular subjects. Beginners
as well as experienced artists
are welcome In all Art League
Join In workshops In weaving, sculpture, photo etching,
faux finishes and many other
timely topics taught by experienced professionals. To register
or to receive a class schedule,
call the Art league of Houston,
In addition, the Art League is
scheduling an open house on
Saturday, Jan. 5 from 2:00-6:00
p.m. at 1963 Montrose Blvd
The open house will acquaint
those Interested with the instructors and their classes. Instructors' work will also be on
The Art league Is a non-profit
organization dedicated to1 the
promotion of the visual arts. Office hours are 9:00 a,m. to 5:00
pjn. Monday through Friday
and 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 pjn. on
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
will celebrate its first Christmas midnight mass on Dec. 24.
The Solemn Mass ofthe Nativity of Our Lord, with traditional
Christmas carols, will begin
with the blessing of the crib at
Refreshments and a fellowship hour will follow the service. Holy Trinity Parish Is the
foundation community of the
Trinitarian Catholic Church,
whose primary ministry Is to
the gay and lesbian community.
For more Information, call 528-
0012. The church Is located at
Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas step out of the literary haul
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Gertrude and Alice dig for clue;
in literary salons and art exhibitions, Johnny McAndrews, a gay
American writer, takes us on a
wild and wicked romp through
the decadent side of Parisian life.
"Replete with plenty of punning
banter, Steinian parody, titillating
trysts between the male characters
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