DECEMBER 9. 1986/MONTROSE VOICE 3
a Safeway Employees Donate to AIDS
Jim Ewinu, left, of the Safeway Community Outreach Effort, presents a check for
$500 to Curtis Dickson, executive director of AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. The
donation is part of a $1200 contribution to AFH being collected from employees in
three Safeway districts.
News from Neighborhood & Community Groups
■i/Film to Discuss Drugs and AIDS
The Institute for Immunological Disorders will present a preview showing of the film "Sex,
Drugs and AIDS" at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16 in the fellowship hall of Bering Memorial
United Methodist Church. 1440 Harold.
Following the 20-minute film, a panel will present current educational information. All
persons present are invited to participate with questions.
Panelists are Daniel Moreschi. director of development at the institute; Sue Cooper.
MSW. director of social services; Ted Hughes, MCW, CSW, ACP; Robert K. Williams,
certified alcohol and drug abuse counselor, and l_. Annette Jones. D. Min.. a spiritual
vfAIDS Foundation Opens Food Pantry
From an AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc. press release
The AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. has opened a food pantry called Stone Soup to serve
needy people with AIDS/ ARC. This program evolved through the support and coordination of Dr.Earle Shelp at the Baylor College of Medicine—Center for Ethics. The pantry
provides non-perishable foods to PWAs who have been issued an identification card by the
AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc.
Stone Soup will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-8:00 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00
PWAs wishing to be included in this program may call the AIDS Foundation at 524-2427
Drop boxes for donations of non-perishable food are located at The Tire Place, 1307
Fairview; Union Jack, 1212 Westheimer; Cody's, 3400 Montrose; TLC. 1002 California, and
Jamail's, 3114 Kirby.
Church Hires Investigator
to Find Missing Cash
By Sheri Cohen Darbonne
Greek Orthodox Cathedral has not yet
completed its internal investigation
into the disappearance of over $2H,()0()
in proceeds from this year's Greek Festival, held Oct. 2-4 on the church grounds
on Yoakum. The church has hired a private investigator to assist and hopes to
complete the investigation by theyear's
end, Chris Kaitson, festival chairman,
Meanwhile, the president ofthe hank
where the money was supposedly deposited announced last week that a two-
month investigation has failed to turn
up the missing funds. L. Robert Sawvell, president of Liberty Bank on Montrose, said the bank's recently completed
investigation traced only 21 of 22 bags
festival personnel say they deposited in
Liberty's night depository the weekend
of the event.
Sawvell said (inly two people al the
bank had access to the night deposits
The system was under dual control of
the pair, who both passed polygraph
tests, he said. He called the missing
money bag "an absolute mystery."
Kaitson said church officials realized
while reviewing the October bank state
ment that the figures did not balance.
Representatives then met with bank
HOUSTON (UPI)—A woman who is a
carrier of AIDS was put on one year's
probation last week for prostitution.
Renee Clark, 30, pleaded no contest to
a prostitution charge and was sentenced Dec. 3 by Harris County Criminal
Court-at-Law Judge Sherman Ross.
Prosecutor Rob Kepple said he feared
Clark will continue to spread AIDS
through prostitution. Ross ordered
Clark to live with her parents, to receive
counseling and also to receive monthly
Kepple said Clark has 12 previous
prostitution convictions and also has
been convicted of drug charges.
officials to determine the exact difference.
The amount matched the figure on a
deposit slip for the contents of one of the
bags, Kaitson said. He declined to discuss the total amount raised at the
three-day festival, saying he feared it
might prompt crime in the future.
Two security guards accompanied the
volunteer who was responsible for making the deposits, Kaitson said. The
night depository was usually used dur
ing the festival because of the high
volume of receipts in the afternoon and
evening, he explained.
The incident is the first involving
missing receipts in the festival's 20-year
history. Kaitson reported. The church's
investigation has turned upnoevidence
of theft so far, he said.
Kaitson, an attorney, said he would
not be handling the case because of his
close involvement with the festival.
Tom Lykos is the attorney representing
the church in the matter,
james a. Mccreary
Friends in Houston of James A. McCreary
will be saddened to learn of his death in
Kettering. Ohio, on November 17. Jim was
well loved at the Lambda Center and at
MacAdory House where he lived briefly
before returning home.
He is survived by his mother and sister,
both of Ohio.
The family suggests that donations be
made in his memory to the AIDS Foundation Houston.
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□ Autograph Party
Jane Wagner signs copies of "The Search for Intelligent life in the Universe" at
Texas Art Supply on Montrose Friday, Dec. 5. The book is a novelized version of
Wagner's hit Broadway one-woman show starring Lily Tomlin. Limited copies
signed hy both Wagner and Tomlin were also available.
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