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Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995 - File 016. 1995-04-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 22, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4999/show/4981.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date April 7, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE / APRIL 7. 1995 15 Church and non-profit foundation share vision for HIV service, support (Coniinued from preceding page) Another important part of ihe foundation's work is the Bering Care Center, an adult day care center. The center's director. Bob Snell- grove, is a former archilect with a Master's Degree in social work who says his objective with the B.C.C. is "to keep people as healthy as possible, avoiding expensive alternatives such as nursing homes and hospitals by using a holistic approach to care." The facility is currently undergoing a massive renovation project that, when complete, will meet all licensing requirements from the Texas Department of Health. The i c modeling is being financed entirely by donations and community fundraisers. "1 would like to thank the community for all their efforts. Without them, this new center would not be possible." Snell- grove said. The new center will he open Monday through Friday . A physical therapist and nurse will be on staff to help clients with their particular health needs. In addition, meals and snacks will be served five times a day. The foundation also operates the Bering Dental Clinic, the only such clinic specifically geared to the patient with HIV/AIDS—and often, the only option available to such clients for dental ireatment by professionals Though the Bering Community Service Foundation is separate from Bering Church, they share volunteers, building space and a dedication to the care and support of people wuh HIV/AIDS. The two entities together have set an example of how the church can take a leadership position and make a positive difference in the community, and Her ing has become a model for many other churches' AIDS ministries. Rev, Don Sinclair, senior pastor of Bering Meihodist Church, says. "The Bering Foundation is ihe heartbeat of our AIDS ministries. It's the lowest in ihe budget requirements because of our wonderful volunteers, many of whom are not members of the church...it has purity because there is no hidden agenda to the work of the foundation. We follow people through the course of their illness from beginning to end and help celebraie their life." Ice Picks Skate The next monthly Montrose Ice Picks ice skaiing get-togeiher is Thursday, April 13 at the Galleria Ice Rink. 5015 Westheimer. The cost is $5' plus $2 for skates and the session runs from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Tlie rink is also open to the general public. Look for ihe "Ice Picks" sign inside the entrance. For more information or to gel on the free mailing list, call Angel ai (713) 629-1432. HMBL Standings The Houston Metropolitan Billiards League reported the following standings for week 12 of ihe 1995 Winter/Spring Season: (1) Coalition: (2) Jackson 5; (3) Oui. Cousins: (4) 611 Sticks: (5) Knights: (6) Ripcord Rebels; (7) Masters of the Mine; (8) Crazy 8's; (9) BP's Med Center Mob; (10) E.J.'S Misqued: (11) Tight racks; (12) Suicide Squad; (13) King's X; (14) Sioux's Boys; (15) Kis- sin' Cousins; (16) BR's Bottoms. 'fhe election of officers will be held at the next monthly meeting. Nominees are: president-Da ii Kalin, Dan Tucker; vice president-Ron Sioux: treasurer-Steve Kerr; secretary - Corey Collins. Greg Decuire; ser- geant-at-arms, Dan Kalin, Raymond Ray. Also ai the meeting, bid packages for the Awards party will be presented tin ,i vote.. The party is scheduled to he held June 4. 1995, Bowling Standings The Inner Loop Sunday Evening League has ended the Winter Season wiih ihe following standings: League ( hainpionship was won by freiiJeiii and First Ladies I .ptured second place and Sweet and Sa-sy came in third. Fourth place weni to Beavers and Bullheads. Awards celebration will be held at The Penthouse. Saturday. April 8 at 3:00 p.m. Summer league begins April 23 at 7:00 p.m. (first night meeting at 6:00 p.m.) at Palace Lanes. For league informaiion call Tom at (713) 522-9612. The Montrose Monday Night Men's League reported final resulis of the playoffs. In first through eight place: Party of Four. Hindiick Maneuver, Nellie by Choice, 4 Non-Blondes, Unlisted Numbers. Gutter Gamblers, Bill's Brans and Naughty by Nature. The total pin rolloff was won by Penthouse Playboyz with Jim Buck's Brats and Five Easy Pieces coming in second and third. Summer league begins April 24 at 9:00 p.m. (with first night meeting at 7:00 p.m.) al Palace Lanes. For more informaiion call Gardy at (713) 641- 5424. The Monday Nile Women's League also reported final standings for ihe season with Maybe, Maybe Not recapturing the League Championship. Second Place was taken by Can't Bowl Straight and Third Place by Three Vets and a Virgin. Fourth place belongs to Highly Questionable. Summer league begins April 17 at 6:15 p.m. at Fairlanes Souihway. For information call Pat a! (713) 437-6218 or Maria at (713) 862- 3630. The Houston Thursday Nite Mixers reponed the Downloaders taking the league championship with TD2 a close second. Third and fourth place was laken by Pat & Company and Bowling Impaired. Summer league begins May 17 on Wednesday at 6;30 p.m. ai Palace Lanes. The Thursday Nile Mixers are becoming the Wednesday Nite Mixers. For more information call Tom at (713) 522-9612. The monthly Candlelight Doubles Bowling will lake place at Palace -L*ne*> on Saturday. April 15 at 8:00 p.m. Bring a pariner or come alone and we'll 11 nd you one. Entry fee is $11.00 with a portion going to the Texas Invitational Tournament Fundraising effort. Judge bans names of gay witnesses at murder trial VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Friday, March 31 (AP)—The British Columbia Supreme Court has imposed a publication ban on the names of three gay men who don't want their sexual orientation revealed publicly. The three men—a medical doctor, a civil engineer and a banker are witnesses at a trial in which a West Vancouver man is accused of murdering his former lover. "Public revelation of the names of the three witnesses and of their sexual orientation would quite likely cause them serious personal harm through no fault of their own," said Justice Richard Low. "Their homosexuality is a fact, not a lifestyle choice, and they have the misfortune to live in a society which treats homosexuality as a choice rather than a fact." The existence of the ban, imposed March 20 in the absence of the jury, could nol be revealed until it was freely discussed Wednesday with the jury in the courtroom. Low said the ban was requested by prosecutor Joe Bellows. The judge said defense lawyer Sheldon Goldberg opposed it. The judge emphasized that he did not make ihe order simply to avoid embarrassment to the three witnesses. "There are many situations in which people have to testify in court about their own foolishness or immoral conduct," he said. "I do not suggest that the court should routinely ban publication of the identities of such witnesses to save them public embarrassment." The three are witnesses at a trial in which Dale Roger Paterson, 33, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first- degree murder in the death of Scott Kraft, 31, who was bludgeoned and strangled Aug. 3, 1993. PLAY SAFE
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