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Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995 - File 026. 1995-03-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 12, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/331/show/327.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date March 3, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 026
Transcript Houston volleyball season starts Sports Notes Lone Star Volleyball Association has announced that its spring intermediate division will play on Wednesday nights from 7:00 p.m.—10:00 p.m. at the Northwest YMCA located at 1234 W. 34th St. Teams will be chosen Wednesday, March 8 and stay together through mid-May. New players are always welcome to join LSVA. but players joining the intermediate division should have mastered the fundamentals of ihe game and must attend March 8. LSVA will be hosting its annual Lone Star Volleyball Classic lourna- ment Easter weekend which draws teams from across North America to Houston each spring. Pool play will he Friday, April 14 with championship play on Saturday the 15. The early registration fee is $350 for a team of 7 players if payment is received before March 17. The first annual Miss LSVA pageant will be held Friday, March 10 from 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. at Heaven. This is an important fundraiser for the tournament and everyone is invited to come by for an evening of great fun. LSVA is also sponsoring car washes Saturday, March 18 and April 1 at Heaven from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. to raise money for ihe tournament. For more information aboul the league call (713) 878-4629 24 hours a day. Bowling League News The annual Miss Beehive Revue happens ihis Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at the Ranch on Buffalo Speedway. The evenl is an important fundraiser for the Texas invitational Tournament in July. The T.I.T. recently announced ihe charities to which they will donate the popular annual bowling tourney's trophies this year. They are: Milam House. Casa De Esperanza and the Lesbian Health Initiative. The tournament in 1994 raised over $5,000 for various charities. Organizers extend a hearty invitation to everyone in the community to attend and lend their spirit to this exciting and worthwhile event. Come out and watch the bowlers "do their thing" in the name of community support! The leagues reported the following weekly standings: The Inner Loop Alternative Sunday Evening League shows Fish-N-Pole in first place. Sticky Wickets in second and We've twisted Off in third. For the men, high scratch game of 245 and series of 663 was bowled by Chris Bennett. For the women. Sheri Teinert bowled scratch game of 233 and Diann Tho- mason series of 589. For league information, call Tom at 522-9612. The Montrose Monday Night Men's League reports the following Division A standings in first, second and third place, respectively: 4 Non Blondes. Pin Ups and Unlisted Numbers. Division B standings are The Point After, Nellie By Choice and Gutter Gamblers. High Scratch Game of 252 was bowled by Chris Benneit and series of 686 was bowled by Bob Davidson. For more info, call Gardy at 641- 5424, The Monday Nite Women's League's first place learn is maybe. Maybe Not; second place. Can't Bowl Straight; third place, Balls R Out and fourth. Three Vets and a Virgin. For info call Pat at 437-6218. The Houston Thursday Nile Mixers reports Download and Unzip as first place team. Second place is Pat & Company and third place is TD2. High Scratch Game of 234 and series of 623 was bowled by Brian Belanger for the men. For the women, Linda Dees bowled scratch of 219 and series of 563. For more info call Tom at 522-9612. TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE HOUSTON VOICE AIDS activists say GOP is destroying key prevention programs By NITA LELYVELD FOR THE HOUSTON VOICE WASHINGTON, Saturday. Feb. 25 (AP)—The mother of Ryan White, who died of AIDS five years ago, is urging Republicans not to cut the AIDS program thai bears her son's name. "The AIDS epidemic is sweeping the country, taking with it my son, your daughter, someone else's mother," said Jeanne White-Ginder. "Congress can't turn its back on people with AIDS at this point in the crisis and expect not to face a crisis of its own—a crisis of confidence." she said at a news conference Friday. House Republicans this week cut $13 million from this year's budgel for the Ryan White CARE program. The money goes directly to states and cities to care for people with AIDS or the HIV virus that causes it. Overall, GOP lawmakers in the House plan to cut $209 million from AIDS-related programs. As part of a $17.5 billion reduction from this year's budget allocations. Republicans also would eliminate a housing program for those with AIDS, which has a $186 million budget, and cut $23 million from prevention programs run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The announcements came just as the country learned that Olympic gold medalist and diving great Greg Louganis has the disease. Rep. Barney Frank. D-Mass., called the cuts "one of the most appalling acts of callousness that I have seen." This week the House voted to increase spending on the military. The Appropriations subcommittee left the space program virtually untouched." Frank said. "But program after program that tries to meet the needs of people who are in pain and in need have been cut." "The Republicans are shopping for dollars to pay for their tax cut for the rich," said Rep. Steny Hoyer. D-Md.. who said he was shocked by the "all-out assault on training, education and health." Activists said Congress should look elsewhere for cuts. "We cannot balance the budget or cut the deficit on the backs of people with AIDS," said Winnie Stachelberg of the Human Rights Campaign Fund. HOUSTON VOICE BLUE PAGES I MARCH 3, 1995 5B ; To advertise call Houston local number (713) 529-8490 Hon.-Fri. 9-5. To respond to an advertiser and to hear his actual voice describing himself and the people he would like to meet, call 24 hours 1-900-454- 3576. ($1.49/min. on your phone bill. You must be 18+.) 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