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Montrose Voice, No. 529, December 14, 1990 - File 017. 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/1348.

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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 017
Transcript 16 MONTROSEVOICE/ RIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1990 Montrose Voice Classifieds To Advertise, Call 529-8490 Monday-Friday 9am-6pm Regular Kates 4(WAward Bald words ia all caps centered at top: $o per line (3 words to a line) All other conFlgurations require purchasing a display ad Ads by th. nuh: A.- I..w as .Sli.'iH. Call for details. Attorney & Attorney & Attorney S Attorney & Medical Care Medical Care Medical Care Legal 2115 Legal 2115 Legal 2H5 Legal 2115 2155 2155 2155 Auto Repair Auto Repair Churches 1920 0190 0190 - Jim Walkeiq Lawyer 1770 St James Place, Suite 400 5S2-1117 Car Wrecks, Workers Compensation, Criminal Law Insurance Insurance Insurance insurance 2138 JJ38 2138 2138 HAVING PROBLEMS WITH HEALTH INSURANCE PAPERWORK? CLAIM-AID. INC. CAN LEND YOU A HELPING HAND... • completely^conlidential service • peace of mind—knowing that your.claims ejjeJahSn care ol, • assurance t|ra1 you are getting-fulLbertSTTis Irom your insurance DONT LET THE MSICMIAKE ADVA^TftStOrYOU YOU MAY BE LOSIN&tJlpNEY YOO-AgE'tmiTtEDI** TOI j.„ For a.^'ree Brochure, or Info About Workshops, Please Call PATRICIA OGURA, R.N. al (713) 242-0848 CLAIM-AID, INC. 13401 S.W. Fwy Suite 206, Sugar Land, Texas 77478 NOW-HELP FOR THE HOME-BOUND AND SINGLE PERSON Two new services have just been introduced to our community lhat will be very beneficial to the home- bound. "HOW ARE YOU TODAY" calls one, two, or three times a day to find out if the home-bound is okay. If they need assistance, we get it for them immediately. HELP ALERT" is a small FM Iransmitter the home- bound wear around their neck or on their belt. If they have an emergency, they push a button and help is on the way. For color literature, call or write: TEXAS COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS 5018-1 ANTOINE, SUITE 127 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77092 C713) 956-2501 Printing 21B5 Printing 2185 Restaurants 2169.7 CLOSED DUR»a THE HOLIDAYS ] C&NCafe Steam Table on Weekdays Sunday: Breakfast Bam 3pm Photo. Plumbing 2182 Telephone & Travel 2194 Typesetting Finishing 2170 ^ .,,-,„„ J|,,^^ Paging 2193 RiDEHS.r,ED 2196 MONTROSE VOICE TYPESETTING Lesbian group to meet in Dallas Dalian will host the next gulf regional meeting of the National Lesbian Conference, to be held Jan. 25-27. The Gulf Region includes Texas, Arkansas. Louisiana and Oklahoma, according to the inference coordi- The regional meetings provide a chance for lesbians from these four states get to know each other, attend workshops, and prepare for the NLC, which will be held in Atlanta, Ga. in April, 1091. the coordinators said. Workshops at the meeting will cover important issues such as lesbian mothers, lesbian battering and incest survival. The purpose of the National [.esbi- an Conference i- to oroatc. publicize and implement a national lesbian agenda, said the planners. The meeting will be held at Dallas' lesbian Resource Center on Skiles Street. For information on the Dallas planning meeting or the National Lesbian Conference, contact Kathy Rome at (214) 941-0375 or (214)521-8919. Texas infer the fourth annual Texas I Conference, will be held the same month as the national meeting. Scheduled for April 12-14. 1991, the fourth annual Texas Lesbian Cun- ference will celebrate the theme ■■Moving Forward Together: Empowerment, Pride and Strength" The conference will be held at the Driskill Hotel in Austin. For information on the TLC, write PO. Box 402063, Austin, TX 7H704, or call (512)462-2369. Activists react to 21.06 decision From LEE HARRINGTON, past that human beings are upending president. Gay and Lesbian time on this absurdity? I am sick of Political Caucua it, my children are sick of lt, but lamnotsurajusthcwmanyjudges tens of thousands of Trsxaa ) throw tins It takes least eight in eight years I am confident, how- tliat sanity will ultimately prevail, even in The local puritanical s are disappointed, once again, I am certain; they really do have, I think, a secret desire to stall their own special cameras irybodye bedroom. lars go up Letters to the Voice Qames again, anyway, and I suspect this is still not the end. Realistically, those among us who claim moral superiority are not going to be satisfied until they put their brand on all who do not toe their line. Homosexuals are only one group they -"Docket Call With all the problems that plead From PHYLLI8 FRYE, attorney. the world, can you actually believe ... Coincidental to the 81.06 rul ing In Austin (Monday), the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association (HCLLA) published its legal magazine' 'Docket Call" with my article entitled "Texas Penal Code 21.06, Baker v. Wade, Bowers v. Hardwick and Modal Penal Code" I have talked to the editor of Docket Gall, who said that copies of meajticiecanbemadeavailabieat . a minimal cost of *8 per copy. I suggest that everyone order three copies, keep one and send one each to their respective state senator and state representative. Send a self addressed, stamped (46 cents for three copies) envelopn and $8 per copy ordered to the HCCLA. 706 Main Street 4O0A, Houston, TX 77008. Newspapers. Newspapers. Newspapers. Newspapers Magazines Magazines Magazines Magazines 10566 10555 1D566 _ Massage 10566 llicensed] 2145 Houston's Newest, Largest Selection ot 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 Amex DinersClub CarteBlanch All Personal Checks Welcome "■?_v_". off' Officer moves from area after residents protest shooting RIVERStFjE, Calif. (AP)—A California Highway Patrol officer who shot and killed an AIDS- stricken neighbor moved his family out of the neighborhood LeBoy Burton. 30. was killed ir a scuttle Wednesday. Dec. 5. by t Kevin D I Medical Care 2155 Movers 2160 " AMERICAN MOVERS ids County sheriffs Sgt. Bill Ferguson On Thursday, Dec. 6, a movir van arrived "Because of the current situation and the atmosphere. (Mensior) apparently felt the move was necessary," said CHP spokesperson John Anderson Ferguson said Mensior shot Burton while the two scuttled ir Mensiors backyard in suburbar Rubidoux. Investigators believe Burton Dora Hardin, said Burton was too weak trom AIDS to wrestle "He had only one month to live," Ms. Hardin said. "He Doctor scorned for suggesting docs with HIV identify selves NEW HAVEN, Conn (AP)—A doctor who has been urging physicians with the AIDS virus t< come forward to help reduce the affliction says he's finding little support for his views among, his colleagues while they stayed safe behind the lines," wrote one physician angered by Dr. Howard M. Spiro's suggestion. Spiro. a gastroenteroiogist at Vale-New Haven Hospital and a professor at the Yale School of Medicine, first took the February issue ot Drug Therapy. Frustrated and saddened by the negative response to the article. Spiro reiterated bis views in November in a local newspaper column In the medical journal. Spiro wrote that "there remains a silence about who has gotten AIDS that keeps it mysterious and shameful and surely contributes to its spread." By being forthright about their own predicament, doctors with the AIDS virus could play an important role in breaking "the conspiracy of silence" that surrounds AIDS. Spiro said. Such physicians can help society learn to live with AIDS and to accept that it is not a shameful condition, Spiro said
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