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Houston Voice, No. 857, March 28, 1997 - File 005. 1997-03-28. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 25, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4453/show/4420.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 857, March 28, 1997
Contributor
  • Michelak, J. C.
Publisher Window Media
Date March 28, 1997
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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Title File 005
Transcript Choosing to sell your Life Insurance Policy due to a life threatening illness.' Allow us to help you in obtaining ihe financial resources you are seeking - highest cash payment in the quickest possible time. Our services are free and confidential with no obligation. Ple__ call or cam: by! 214/691-8300 L__ I I CRS/from page 2 huge 45 gun salute to Don Gill, and to all those who helped to make "Night in Black Leather" such a huge success. Rest assured that the Colts will use these moneys wisely on behalf of all those who suffer with HIV and AIDS. Therefore, on behalf of the clients of the Colt 45's, we thank him profusely and warmly A Big Thanks to the Krewe Of Olympus by James Griffith, C.P Executive Director Steven's House Steven's House, an intermediate care facility for persons! livivng with HIV/AIDS, wants to publicly espress our aapreciation and gratitude to the Krewe Of Olympus for choosing us as one of their beneficiaries. Last Sunday at the Appreciation Party, we received a check for $7,200 that will go to finish a few projects left undone during renovation of our new facility, and for the care of the residents. Steven's House offers its services free of charge, thus allowing the residents to return to independent living without debt. For those who attended the Olympus Ball XXVII, I know I speak for Omega House as well as Steven's House, thank you for your generosity. The floor collection was the biggest ever. For hose of you who did not attend the Ball this year, you missed an incredible evening; a formal, elegant, gigantic Mardi Gras Parade indoors. An extra added attraction has been the opportunity to get to know Krewe members. They are a group of dedicated, talented, loving people, and can they throw a party! Steven's House salutes the KREWE and their dedication to the community. TTTTTTTTT MONTROSE AREA UPDATE "Dot by dot building up the image..."# _••••••• i House of Coleman Fine Printing & Graphics 901 WEST ALABAMA • HOUSTON, TX 77006-4693 713.523.2521 • FAX 713.524.2643 Braeswoofc Atrium Elegant • Mid-Rise Living ►Fitness Facility ^Covered Parking ►Free Cable ►Concierge Service ►Controlled Access Building and Gates ►8,000 Sq. Ft Attrium/Big Screen TV ►Access to Hwy. 59 and Beltway 8 771-3565 8800 S. Braeswood //£&. Fax 771-9269 /*-n****£v^ji-"v-JV*-. rkmmm .>)<nti m i ii inn by Lee Davis Fund Raisers Galore! Closet Ball King & Queen Cora & Baby Sinclair went the unusual route of raising money last weekend. It seems that every time $10 was raised, Cora, perched on a saddle on stage, had to down a shot of Cuervo! Shouldn't you leave that to professionals like Cuervolyn, Cora? After raising $500 and falling off the saddle (or is that wagon) a few times, King Cora was escorted to her chariot...we call it United Cab...but whatever. Great job' Over $1300 was raised last Saturday at EJs for Ernie & Ralph Patrons were treated to vast quantities of food & beverage as they listened to Chns Carter wail the tunes! If Val Rodela of Gentry has one more 21st birthday, I think I must be eligible for Social Security! Last Sunday, Val celebrated the 10th Anniversary of his 21st birthday as a fund raiser for AVES. Over $1000 was raised while customers listened to their favonte latin music Nikki Nokkers one-woman show featuring Bunny O'Hare, Bill Sansom and Edith head last Sunday at BriarPatch netted over $1800 for Ihe Stone Soup Kitchen. Martini City, as many call it, the BriarPatch has always been known for their fabulous shows! Celebrate by Candlelight 1997 marks Bering Community Service Foundation's tenth year of service to the community. Founded in 1987, their Support Network, Care Center, and Dental Clinic only served a handful of people. Your commitment to Bering has seen a few grow to serving over 4,000 individuals. To commemorate their anniversary, they are planning a candle light procession on Thursday, April 10 beginning at 7pm. The entire community is invited, including their clients, volunteers, grantors, and supporters- Participants will gather along Harold Street between Dunlavy and Mulberry and will proceed to the Bering Memorial United Methodist Church parking lot where festival tents will be set up for people to gather. Mew Chances Deity Last Friday, Mr., Miss & Ms. Chances Emeritus proudly passed their titles on to the new reign. After a hotly contested race, the results came through! Mr. Chances is "The lighter side" of Miss Chances. Giovanni Lamond, Miss Chances is Renee Monroe, and Ms. Chances is Frankie Ferranto. Congratulations to all of the participants and best of luck to the new title- holders. See you at the parade! Bayou Regatta On Saturday, April 5, the 27th Annual Buffalo Bayou Regatta featuring 14 5 Canoe &. Kayak Race goes afloat at 1 lam. "Land- lovers" are invited to bring the family to the event with live music, food, paddle boating, sculling & canoeing demonstrations. The Anything That Floats Parade is Houston's only on-water parade and features plenty of surprises and lots of laughs. Anyone can enter their bayou-worthy float, and a small registration fee applies Cash prices are granted for creativity and lhe contest is open to anything from decorated canoes and floating bathtubs to on-water kinetic sculpture. For info call 654.8900. REGIONAL Hill and Carpenter Debated Same-Sex Marriage Longtime gay civil rights activist Ray Hill and Log Cabin Republican State President Dale Carpenter debated the merits, or lack thereof, concerning same-sex marriage last weekend at an event sponsored by the Bar Association of Human Rights of Greater Houston (BAHR). Ray Hill and Dale Carpenter. Hill argued that same-sex marriage was not conducive to the best interests of the community. Hill contended that passage of A C3 E a same-sex union bill would open up a Pandora's box of ills for our community. He cited the common law provision in Texas thai would be applicable to gay couples if their unions were recognized by the state. Carpenter intoned that there were over a thousand benefits available to heterosexual married couples that gays and lesbians are not privy too. While he indicated that heterosexual marriages are not perfect, he believes that gays and lesbians should have the opportunity lo engage in same-sex marriages if they so desire. Following the debate, Carpenter and Hill answered questions from the group concerning the matter. For more information about BAHR, call the Law Offices of Moore and Hunt. State Paper investigates Gay Murders According to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, the Austin Chronicle recently featured two important articles about a recent spate of killings of gay men in Texas. Written by Amy Smith, See REGIONAL page 5 --■•■ . , -_. „ _
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