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Title Montrose Voice, No. 468, October 13, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date October 13, 1989
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript The Montrose tax abatement proposal Planners seek input, p.4 MONTROSE VOICE HE NEWSPAPER OF M()NTROSE a::.,a•m uni~ i ""!Ill. 'I' 1 FRI DAY October i:.. 1989lJI 468 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY P lly u 1y Baylor officials don't expect recognition of gay group ,W,_A ('I ·\I II ~pre h Y Wli 11(" beoifi 111 Vl'e' )11 IUO. ti!a} lor Unn ~1· it 1m ~cu T ,,. nil'\\· Hoy[u l 11vt•nllly (lay and I inn Ah mm A 11tic h1 b ~ orm :i b~ I), ;11:i \\ I.on&. ...,. A11g1•lo p:v111 111 wh"l j(rua ·at•'<i nm liuylc 11 1~7o l.on)I nn• n t th< IHW 1Croup'11·x111ttnceh iinll• ·llt•Ut·r to Buyln l'r41o1Jt.nt lh· II Ht•)·nolcll. '01w nt ·d univ I~ •k al t lw mci ica} hf m)p10 111. m JUr :o.inuv :o n· a tmU b• m't'd fo a pl8itlv1 111 ppo-1troup:· I.ont: w ot .. 10&.·:v n~lclll. ·Higotr:.· and n 111L~a 11tn.n:fin1t cmnot bt- alo" r: 1 n 111<tit tim 11>< 1!~1 ,,._ A>.1t1aid1htoicroupi11acro• 1n1t c • t>nt 11ud1 lts a11 membt·rs, w wt·I icay ind lttbi<1n H1v r u11m. Tht· formation ,.ftht· ic.1.n atiun is m .. ant to 1·omdd1 with national Cominj.( Ou! [)ay. (l J: IAinj.(wrott· Tlw n1·w group aln·ady h811 "about IUO formal and inf,.rmul "'' '" " re~o~. [.o )Ill d.T t'TI "ta11 )ft"n n > 1nni1I m••:tm1t y .. t. h 11m ~ W1·'rt nc I rm;n1t to ~u troJh I. mg 11a1 ·we,.. >rm· i1 I!" to he t 1up rt 11"ro 11 ~n:f tu h lp1-ducat1·p pl tB1v rrw·ho n t tot~ .dt· htlf mn<IB 1tf' h• Ht·, 10 fa Willi OJI uf town ~1on­c! 1 v 111·.I cou1 I rmt he na heel fir c"mm1·nt on th1· n•·w 11"roup th1· Wm:oTrihurwllt• nld r1·1,.•rt1d A1<1w1·1UJ!l!l!ll t.rmttolfrynold!!, Euic1·n< Bahr. Hmd tlw J.:t·m• ul )' .. , uuuu <UU.. I~ n hl II 'l'COj{lll~ln f l' Kl .l)J le cited t U¥8¥t' nltina th1t II v r 111 u1de 1h1 putron j.(I m. gent al dirt ; n 1ftle ii p­l>< t< nt:""Bllmvt'ni1no x1111 A< I( ngtotht•t!,nabt k evp •t1 :it·ntnust m u1 h u !f o lt'Rl'll m Jrd ut· with Chn11tian pnm." ~le11. I' n·1\·1-d lY Tex1i11 Ha11t1Mt•. I think thiil yo1• wo lei und• 11tand thnl m011t T1·xa11 l\11pt1~1 would 1·on1<id1 hon 1H1·x1alty 11 mi,.mndu<·t: Btkt· said St l'k r ii •poktt'ffi! 1t·tH:lT<"h •ll ... r •. 1 .. C .. m· n 11111111n,1111d T .. x.a Haptillts hen• newr rut.lll'd a rt'&Uluuon i;perifi caily c.an:i .. mninlf homo&t•xuahty. ll<w1·V• the Southern l!npt11<t ('01v11tion fwhichtheH<.;('T 11 am nber. hu paNl'Ci r1"110lution1 l·tmde mmg homotM·xuul 1ctivity &11u11n Stri<·kland1111c J.on11"•aultht·11"r<>up'sm1•mbl01'8 al1111w1ll 11cl a•udvncalt"B forll'HY and lt'llh1un rill'hl>I und will pro n 1to 1•1otonm'll und undt·r><tand inic of hum.,~t·xual i1111ut't' nn th1· la.\· •rl'umpu• IW'•utl Police chief docks himself 2 days' pay for gay joke ~llA~ll IH:ACll. ~ Al'>- r;w;..\1..:n. B , h1[· wl..- ...:.·p.,.;m.nt Wll" rt• n·ntly "'·•unc: :iy .• fr<h-riu juc!l(t" 1or chst·nmmntinn ag1unal " woman offin·r. l{ll\'t• h1msell II t\H>·dll._\' IU~· p..r1~1nn"·ithnu1p .• yform11k inl( a juk .. ubnut •moM·Ku als. Chief h1·nnt·th {,1.~mun dockt-d hlmtid! u, ht nK pai•:l\llCll.tion. worth$~ .W. f<.•·m .• .kin11the1nkt·ataro.,~t fo,-1..,u·-eti,ngaer11t·1111ll! I be •.-ve·h1 oomm .. ntal m.,.:lt·a\ ·hen . nl rNln"mt'n party cou j be viewed. o 11ideth<':o IOI nwhu:htle}· ,. .... , 111.id, • ,., ' l'anm11. G':i. ··111111.1ama:1•'fllo·;o therity11L1m.<J:«r <aasam1mha111,.ked !the Sq•t :al rnrun tku 1 he tw< rr tinni;i <lfh~ere wc•Lild l'fC'.lB b.yl(oont••makll••Wofm••n· e.v··pnnm1Kphuio. .. rm­"' K (l:UVI (•I> \a~t>hn·· Jani ·\hoc;1 a mon:h "'Jolo LS lli111· «"1 Jut1)1t· S1tln1·y Aron v11z lambn11t."<l th .. po· hce d•'.1, "1.m<'nl forall"w1n)I maleo.ffi•<'l'll';om·at(Jffi' Suud"}. San.··.,.i." "·orrnm, in ·' dt·rugah ·y ~nd dt·nwim m~ m.1nnt It's costume hunting season in Montrose Mun tr \', by Sh1:1{'0. n llm JOllJlt' lf1 (ktobt-r. th•• 10 th whe M"· troae dothm and ac y •hoJ)ll p t tho•n r. .::uJ u n o l back hurn•'T .me fill th l' rack1 and wmdo .. ·1 with th .. •ti f1 Han ta>IY 11t>W and r«.vc ~ In the tradition of our uniqu1 '••mm1 ni ty. which ro-vere. llal ~w"·n enoul(h to ~i11ph eco10 m Jly th!' 1>ther ml'T• h nc 111e Jr who e month, th b 1mt-ss•·11 la\'e re- 1pon rd by j(u n& all JUI AIDS fundraising speaker calls for human ingenuity Ju11t loo•in11" I h wind<•wdi1· plays n W• ,.th m r, t' ea y to 1ee 1her11111urnetlir1Cfo <very taHlt', from theexpc .. ·tt-<lnn1 'm dt·m11nd" totlw biiurre. At H 1c Hroth(•r11. n1111u•tunt munnicnBitl P11·r1·t• 1111d thi" r1·ur th•·.v h11\·t· juHI ahoutt•\'1•r\·thing. ex re)' tht• CapedC'ru,.tuln. l'o Bat mm ? l'it C't· said h t'­mnnd lrth nu1ti: it•wasuwn· 11on th st<n c\1·1· rd o :o arry it. Wh11t tht• ~" nav1•11 flair or uriginnl cr1·ntm1!I, with tie nr ph,..i11 o~ fanlll.11y Biik h "'ubou1 th1· Z. 1ra rom lh If 111 "ic llrothP 'II w II work w ti th• cu tont'nll Lo turn no fbt.al id .. a ntoa ··wru1do icinal lll· tum• Th •trl'Bll flai1I' ;inc da., ! 11n 111 thl"re. ,\nd tor ~he (\nit Umt' h • yt•ur. tht• 1<hop l:i1U1 n >I clr11n~ :a re11"ularfo><hrnn111ventor)· At Mr 1'1.,1body • \\a.\-b ck ~la· ch in1-.\tury Lt1ndin1Cham nc tht' re1<tofth1•11tuffwitl11lsoh1·!p1' 1· U>mer" cn.,1fr l pt>r11unalizf'<l t'OB tume. 1'1•ab .. dy II k1·o·p11 a n>Hlunw idl'll book< n tht·clunto·r 11nc\11li10 will h1•l11 ll<'C'et1110-i11· hmm·mud1• C'011tum1·11 Mr l'1·11hody11 ul•o n·nt11 and sel111fullroatu11w11,1·omplt·t1·with m111k Th •1101' f<J>t'Culliil'll, of courllt', i1 nllltl !gla. with •hill ytnr'• 1•rnphato'1' 01 lhe kl'11 thr .. ull'h the 1;0·,. IT he 1·011tu1 ,,. book ha11 lot. ot 11'Pllll'•lt·r11 ;mi flappers .. aawell thecowpl tt­early jtfll hipp1nJ A1 Timdes11 Ti fll'tll. thl' do hu~ ,. Batman as well aa 11ou1' ana bt'f>r 1·ans in lavorill hr.and nnml"ll. "Mr:'.' IJu1·k and \b." ~lo ~ llWO CT!'ali n by th•· 11lort'·1 own IM."am11lrl.'Slll. ye u ave to b (~reful with tbOBe ar <'II, ye u know~- Ownt·r John Brock 11aid th!' shop topt'Claktl'I m o l(lnill crtoation,. with ~he Timi~ u Taffeta labt-1 \luch of lT11 «"ll'liarhnl'isatsorostum•-reildy lr thr d<Hl-your~elfer11 At Wl'ar it AICl•in Sam on tht· Wt>11lheimer ('ur\'l', oWllt'r Sam ~!.-Cube baa 11 cumplett· lint> ol h1·nw and fanta11y 1·011tumt'll, w1thmunymdralf•Ltt'llindudinl( Snow Whitt> and l'arm1•n Mirun da Sht· nlHo has nma111<iv!' m1111k lll'll'<'lion. indudinll' l'11•11r1<hup1:· to-~·our·!'an•ma!ik&,ilt<HUrtt·dt'l11l>­ora11• h•atht•r c·rt•atinn" und. ll!Jll n1•w item in the 11torto thi11 ytar. mu1<b with wi)I and icla1111u at wcu'<i Wt' 0Vtoal11ogotJUHtahout1•v1·r:-· km~ fwiicand hat.'' toh<'Hid ~~~~-~~~~~~~~ Tl•M":"nM'\'om An nlt'r".ali1>n:•lleac!tt:nAJIJS~ 9t'.llr• ~ t week ·nbc:ud the l" S 11ov1 ""m..nc f; Krimpinll' on fun • n·!'ed~to<·.,r::bato eo th•·"·1r1l ep1:ftll1 .... nwc'1'lclh111t<>v Si· ,ku·11 ·•' •'u1c-draiRin11" .<0ne ...,n f th•·<il'fftn Jloust<•n AlllS Ainu~. IJr: Mathild• Ii.rim. foum '·II' ~·'·m1or'tht·Amau·anFou1 dat•on r Al llS H.etoe1orc 2. M .. rt·applitod r.·&enrt·h mloin· fo~ ~ious d1M·ruw11 relatt>d to AllJS 3. lll'ltntrnmm1tfor~cwnti1<t><m th1· sp1-ctn< 11r1·a of AlllS r..1earch andkt•lltm1·nl ~.(·r,.11t1nnofmodeltioftho ·ht·hav ro' p...•1>l1·"·1thA lllS11ndth•>M' n echod by th1· Ill\' viru• ... ~pedal!~· •11n•hothKT< .psare ivm1Cl••ngt':-; H•·uar• \I int.> the 1IOC ~lotrical al d Kon :mc1 p: ti n~ofthee 11•'3\I( 6.1~ .. Jom,.:tofhetll,.mtrvi ll ~ ,.with,\lflS athe1rnu.1bt'rs Cn ,tll 'I f .n•ura1 ~ m~h n•m11,mc. dilllt'llnatim:.al health 1111uran · 1y1t~ toht'lpmeet1le coal.>I L h•• ro lra(·IJnll' the d • s, :1111111 cum:nl_\' are testinll' moro· than .00 .1nt1·\·1raldrug1.11h._. llii.:i.and1t11u1~t..dthatwithm f1\'t'\fU<8,dt·111)1netdrtlMIWlllproh­ahly ht' d111Ct•wr,.d ~11«1fit·al'y for Ill\' Hui th1• l(o\·1·rnmo·nl is not <~•m m1Cforthwllh"ufticientfundio,"11hr tdclt>d. "For lll8\8ntt·. th!' gnv.,m "fl("ll\ Rll<>CllU-d ~h(MI million to tht ~11tiunal ln8\1tult'llofllealth.Only 1,11Jfofth111i11forrl'searrh Thereat ''"l'l'ear• in uv~rhead" rhatdot'llnot-·miikt'alargt• ,mount of mon~·y 11 AllJS '11 ronsid· ... eel our~'' I pUbhc health prob­~: ~be 11a1d. We can •pend $ :oo bi\l.()n to bail uul thP .. ~·tnlfl and :ianmdu11tr~andWb1Uionond velop•Till tht Steulth bomb..r. H"" '""'e ~pt'l'ld leu lo fi1Cht t1n ep1· .mmtha1alttadyh8.flkil..d6J_1>:.., peopl"' Krimcom,,.redtleAlllSt' dt·m IC with tbe f[Te&I flu t>p1<lrm1 tht' IY!Oe in th l'n ted Slate. .. h .. n m!•r<' han20 i! 11n ;lf'Opled1~0C tleflu. n at itpid~ ic en ed u lht- po ul •; .i v .. lo.,..ar m m"'lotll' ,·iru11. W h Allis. 11heaad ... thl"l't' ean 0.. no ~mum • >et u1"' thl' ~+ r11>1 :aelfdeatro>•lleu mlll<'•l•· It Jni~· '1umar 111(1 uitv Hn 1to tleAllJSq>1d lcllrni('I re 11eanh.\'8C<.1n .. sand~uo:-atio What 1worse.Ji.nmaddt>d.i11thut "'1lh Ill n<·uballln penodofmomt· nine yeani. t!IV '"n ht- ~pr111d by pt!Qplewho teven kn"" th••\ art' lnt~ •od lon1t befo ,. lho•\' hU\'I Arns t:nlihnurexp,·1'it'n••·w1lhotht·? di1<<'U1<l'S, ~ht' 11111<1. ·,..,. don't t·n·n know whnt• "''art• ice n11. Wt· on!~· know "·h11i's happ mic llnri 1t IS frill'htt'nmic' Ji.rim8<1id.-u,·hrommunit.Yad1"n as ht·AllJS,\llwnn•mll•> ~\on1sn 11t·pi1 tlw·ightdm't'tl 1 Sht>11ai~ 11 ~ mr unuy1rt'· s1wntlity111 >bt·.fc'?I p(\,,p\ attt1udt>11 f p111& n incl ca~ l'd cattthr tiu • otonylut"lirni· ai.. gm a1ce.bu1 !110lua\ Jdi•· ru: m ti 1 llll lllthot1ew·hoh11~·,. c w l uglt pll d~epi C::mc Ji.m: ntrr.111 :i Uy t'('()l(lltt"<l r her ttM"ar• l1 111 ~ w·ork ..,·ith AIDS. he'. fo 1A.\ ffAR ·~l. h111theonivpri• ten ti 111lor1tan· zution dedi··ated h ra1ni11" money r All )S n•.oteh and Ill t>dited wllh d1111ributUlM $17 milh 1 ;or.-. u11rch1·rs1tud}·in11l-ll\ The !umheon, atlh1·lt1t1('11rlton Hott'I. "·as 1h1· rt'lull n! f'ffurta hy AllJS Alliance board memh..r, Curo lynFarh,"h"'""'ideredtht'M'tnta llUC('l'fi.3 Or11"dtmlo(lill'mt'lllUl(l'OUl to a lot fimp rtan p pl1· The most intensely-read publication in Montrose-­every Friday 2 MONTROSE V( ICE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1989 Obscene art funding ban sent to White House B}' ROB!'.:RT SHEPARD WASHir-oGTO:'\ 1l.Pl1-The Sen ate la11t Saturday Pll""'l-d .t poten tialbanonfedt"ralfundinl(furarl8 projf'Cl>t det•mt-d ··obtm.'nt'· or without ''litt"rar~· ur art1,.ti(' \'aiut" under tenn11ofa11ptondinK hill 111·nt to PreHident BoHh The S<"nate, hy a volt- of 91-6. agreed to the potent111I bun as part ofan$11.:.!billion a11propriatiom1 ~~.~=~~~;~'.ri~~~:i~;~~: ~:~i~~:~~~l~)~:~::~~:I:!~.~~~~ theHumamtlt'S,whichfundava 'netyofartaprojl'('tll , Themt"a11urt',pre\'iou11lypu11ed ~y the House, got111 to the Whitt House for Bu11h'• t'Xpe<'ted 1igna· ~ure The comprom111e lanl(Uaf(e un ~~e ~~'~"~u;~~~~~-=:e"~~;·~~i~:~'. ~ften11 more riicid re-triction11 riginally addl"d to the s.~nate bill ·Sen. Jeue Helm•. R-:'\ C Helm11andother('on11ervati\'f!ll iobjt'<'ted to sexual and what they ~aid were "obtit~ne"theme. in two ederally fundt-d art exhibita1. The elm1 pro\'i111on.1parked outt·.riet rom the art.I commomty about ederal censunh1poftheart.1 The compromu1e would allow Federal funds could be banned for materials that include. but are not limited to, "imaget1 or venie that depict sado-ma.sochi11m. homoeroticism, the sexual exploi· talion of children or individualB tongaged in sex acts and which. taken as a whole, do not haveseri ou11 literary, artistic, political, or scientific value" Un tht Sl·n1Ht' fl•or JJ"t Satur day.llt'lfllsfaut"dinarenewt-dbid to t<>Ul(hen tht> lanl(uagt" of th<' funclin1<banandtort·movedu1cre-­tion given tothttwuartsrounrils todt"C1d1·what111ori11nutub.K·ene lit-Im• oUt"rl"d an amendment 11aying no authorized art funds •·may be u11t-d to promote. di•1wmi nattorprodut·t·mt1U•ruilathatare ohsn·1Jl'or that depiN or describe inapalentlyof(en11i\·ew&)' ·xual or excretory act1\·1t1e1Jor organ11. including. but not limitl"d to. ob­scene depictiuna of 1rndu-ma110- chi~m. homoerotiri!<m. tht· tit·xual exploitationofchildrenorindivid uat.11 engaged in st'xual inu·r· COUl'llt> The Stnate \'Oted 62·35 to tablt or kill Helm's amt•ndmt•nt The t;>ompromi11e language alao pru\'ide- $~'l0.000fora12·member rommi1111ion to review the grant procedurl'* of the twoendowment8 and rt'<'ommend any needed chan11es m the 11tandard11 u11ed in awarding grants. 1'\•dt'ral funding for the art.I be­came an i1111ue a.11 a ret1ultoftwo ('Ontrovt·r11io.l artt>xhibitatermed 'pornographic"byseveralcunser \'atin· nll'mlx·raofCongre1111, who di11tributt-dphotographsofthl'ex pJicit artwork to Congressional culleaf(ul'll debating the iQSue Ont· exhibit. by Robert Mapplethorpt·, included photo­graph• of nudechildren and a few featurinic sexually 1uggeative Po8 ee with homo11uual or .11ado-maao­chi11tic themee. The other exhibit. by Andree Serrano. included a phutograph o,f a crucifix sub­mergf'd 1n a bottle of urine. fhe pruletit against the exhibita enabled Ht>lmB lo win Senate ap-­proval July lt:iofan amendment to the lntenor appropriationa bill pruhih1tingfedt>ralfundingof··oti. 11ct"neor inde<;ent" art. The Houst version included a milder provision reducing funds for the Nl-:A and the NEH only by the amount provided for those two exhibita. ~he r-oEA and the Nl-:H to ban fed. ralgrantaforworbthat,intheir udgment, may becomnderedob­scene 11 MY GOD, MY GOD! WHYHASTTHOU F'OR5AKEN/ti.E?.11! A joint conference committee workc-d out the compromise lan­f( Uage included in the final bill. Manufacturer of condoms markets new, larger version By ELLEto; Wl'LFHOHST t:PI Bo.i•m""' WntP1 f''.:"'""UON'TRCSl :t l\'1-:W YORK-Cartt-r Wallact" In<' maker of Twian Brand rondom•, ia mtrodurin1 a l:i.r1tt condom h~ on 11tud11:111huwm1 most mt"n would findabiga"ra1zt"motttomfortable, !hi!' company u.id Tue.day Thl!'M11¥numlubncat«l.ltitt'XCO dom~llrt'20ptrCf'nt""·1d.l!'ratthl!'tip andtaperedatlhl'b~ueto1tayon"" ('UJ'l!'iy. •aid Scutt l-lnyt, markl!'ung director for Carter Walla«' Uam11 a 1979 publiC'stLun by thl!' Kinlll')' ln11titu~· for R1:1earch in St'>; Gendl'r and Reproduction on peni• •izl'. Carter-Wallacl' found mu.t ml!'n would prefer larjll'I' e<>ndom1 thl' cumpany•aid A majority off cuetomn com· ml!'ntaoncondoma1zealeoind1cattd a nNd for a largn e1u. Cartt-r-Wal laCl!'tJ.aid M011tcondomaeoldinthi!'L'm11!'d !Statetare52milhmetl!'n""'Ldl!'althl!' b&Mtoadhnl!'toFoodandDru1Acl· mmillralion •tandarda, said a 11poks,..·oman for Coneumer Re-­pol'l8 ma1u.ine. which l!'va\ualed condom• m a recent inue. H>A 1tandard. permitoondomatobeu widl!'11170milliml!'teraatthetip.11hl' 1aid Biiied on Kinl!ll'Y data. o•·er 70 percentofmencouldbemorl'c:om fortabll!'uaingalaraeraizl'condom md mf< ' 1 thr<~Kh "ur c-ov... rv1 llt>partm~nt •up. p.r11hitnf'ed:'lloyl'8i S.•\'ft'al upertii 1n HX rNearch. h·w~·er.aa1dtheywl'rl'unawareof •ril!'ntLfk ltudi" 1hc>wina men nNd 3Jlrl'r condoma than thOH('Urrt"ntly s•·ailableonth1'markl'l- Tt'd !..ldl•·l'nna. pl'fto1dent of the ln1<lltu1e tor theAd•·anC?C!Stud~· of Human S.-xuahty m San Frandtc0. ea1d hi!'thou11ht th~· Magnum "as"a ml!'nhancli1inl(l(lmmick Fe" pt"opl(· will buy it unlen 1oml!'bod)' carrie• it around a• a hraK11in11 mKtrum .. ni:· he ea1d "I kno .. ·ofno,..;wnt1fic1tudy11howinl{ shu11~·d1·mn cl .r· rj(t•• l'OndomH 'Actually. the making of •mall~r ;ms hu been \'l!'ry important:' h~ .. id,referringtugreaterm~tm narrownorsharteroondum1. But Hoyt contended that ..,,·en out of ten letter• from cu11tomf'f• commentmg on •iz• eho,.·ed con dom•llrt'n'tqu1tl!'lar1"m"ul'I ·1tcenainh'i11amarli.1!'1inl{11tra1" l{y;· Hoyt1aid. "But with thl'infor· malstudieawe·,·edont",w1'ft'E'lthat Mal{Jlum fill• that •er)· important consumn nNd. St•\'enty Pt'~nt 111 a larl{enumber." We'renotpro\·idingsdouhleEE 1ize or a Hi-inch collar:· he addl.'d ']f11juatmoreromfortable' Whileolhert'<ma•mmanufat·tur er manufat·turP11mallH•1zea.Ma1 i1thl!'fiutnstionallydietribut· ~ lar1tor1izl!'l'<>ndom.Hoy1111id Carter-WatlaC'e aleo make.Trojan and Mpntor cundoma, which to1l!'th era('('Ountformon-than50pl!'rcent oftutalretailcondom .. ln.thecom pan)·1aid ~lagnum condom• have been availabll!'m ttt.a1l1tt1rN1inceSep-­tl!' mbtt.th~companyaa1d Carter·Walla~manufacturNand marketat01letrin.phannaceutical1. dial(no~tu: 11p«"ialtJH, propnl!'tary drol{~ and pel products Thl!'rompany'••tockroee75ceni. to S.'>6.ti:.!5 a 11harl!'Tunday on the Nt·"· Yorkt-itoc:k ExC'hange NGRA opens national search for new legal director tha ftrm'e h.latorio t.eh1ev'llmenui Workinl with NGiv.:. llt.atf attor­ney' 1, t.he 19f1J. c11rector ooo~ the OOOpariatlng attoM'llly pro(N.m. Which lnvolvee n&t.ion&l.ly reoocruz,ec1attornayslnthe NaUOnaJ. Gay R!ght.a .Advooate9, the andoommurutyeventa nauon·1191dlnC cay otvU right.a law ftrm. ha.a bl(wl • nauon w1d8 ae&rch foralegaldlrect.ortoreplaoelJlona.rd. Gran' Gran'. who will leave the ftrm 1n Dloamber, ha.a llel'V9d 1n the pm!· uon a1n0a 1982 Founded. 1n 1978. NGRA d1rect8 preoedent .umc laWSUit.a to wtn oomprehenaive01v11rlght.afori.bl· NWanc1&a,yman.Over lOOattorneys !hrougbout. the oountry have ~ poned NGiv.:. legal procram on • pro·txmo bu1a ftrm ·, UUptJon etrorta, Some ofthen&Uon'eforemost.attor­neye ha" partldpated. In NGiv.:.legaletrorta.most.n.c> t.abl,y Harn.rd law pror..or i.u,..,.,.™"' The NGRA bollrd 1l 8MklnC a leader lnthell!IC'J tlelc1wlth•bl'OMl.undlli"­lWlc11nfortheptvOWIMl.- lmpact. lnl &aY men and. l•b1· t.l\l.n-~in Jude gay !•ml!y ••Ilona! right.a. anu.gay ~ lenoa 11ugauon. re­ronn o!. eodom,y lawa. employment c11acrlm1· nauonancl.o:Ml rlghta for people wtt.h AIDS and people who &nt Gay Oom•.m ,u. .n lly '--- The legal c11rector leads NGiv.:.legalllt.atflnt.baldan· utloat1ona.nddevelopmenta! la.ndmarkllt.1gat.1on,legl.llaUOnanc1 adVocacy~Mc11UOnall.y.t.he legal c11rector •pea.kt for NORA In publloforum11,nat.1onaJ.,oonferenot111 Richard Rou1ll&rd. NGiv.:. oo­found9randaot. 1J1Cch&lr ofthebollrd ofc11rectors.expeot.aWorcanizauon toreoru1tanlnd1v1dualwttht.lWl!aad ersh1p.enarcyanc1v1a1ontob'U1lc1on Oct 20 Safe Sex Workshop 9pm Buffet 8pm Monthly Workout Pass $30 per month 30 Min Tanning Session $5 Tan Card $30 8 sessions HJVpos!U" '"l'h8 legal dlreoulr gu1dN the !ocut anc1t.helU'at91Yo!.t.helegalprog:r&m, acbarjet.hat.raqW1'18ah14hb'e1!'eo­. t..1.v.e, ,U,.U,l,U, a.t.1.o.n of llt.atf and~: 'NGRA c1oe8 lmpa.ct lltigat.l)n. We cannot take on every bt.tt.l• It's ea- 111mual that we 1111lect the Ca81111 that advanoe CJUl' oe.U8tl The fU1c1an08 o1. t.helegalc11rectorl.nth1arag&rdlaof Cr!UOIJ.1mport&n08'.'MM1d.. Intel'98t8d.•ppllc&nt.allhouldlllmc1 • rwume. W'rlt.lng ea.mp!• and oowr letter to: Se&rchO::imml.t.t.ee.N&UonaJ. Gay RJ.ghte .Advooe.te8. 8901 lilalroee Ave. West HolJywooc1. CA. 90089 Woman and pareon11 of oolor &nt m· oouraged. to apply DMc1l1M for llUb­mlUJng appllc&Uona ill Nov 16 -ConforrUIC in Wl.oc:on­oin Thfl ruth annual conferenoe of Gay &ncl lMb1an ()mclala w1ll take plaoe 1nlladl8on.Wltroml'rlday.Nov 17 t.hrough.8>.lnc1.l,y.Nav.19 Paetoonf81'­enoee have been held in West Holly· wood., Wae.J'Un4t.0n, D.C., Ml.nnM.polle &nd.SanDiefO.ThebulkoflllAll969 oonterenoewtllbeheldl.nt.baW!aOOn­Sln State Capitol Other rlellt.11 a.re plannec1for part!Clpantaandobeerv· ·~M ad.19onlahoJMto..,.,..n"3anc1 l.tllan elected. ot!lclaJ.8, who oom­Prt. 111 tenparomto!.!llAI Kadl8onC!t;y Council and ten paroant of the D&ne Count;y Bo&rc1 of Bupervtaora. Elected and. appolntAld ot!lclaJ.8. O&llc11c1alel,tuturs~ot.nl· p&1gn worlters and. t.he1r partners a.re CIOOW'Bgtll1 to attend For mot"ll 1nform&Uon on the oonterenoe. W'rlte Forward. '739 Jenn.l!er 8t.rMt, Mad.I· Mm. WI 63703 CLUB BODY CENTER 2205 FANNIN 713-659-4991 The Montrose Voice fFl>OAY Pub~:s~~ f~days O::umnmnit);! lfubli•l1i11!1<C11m1wnv 408Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Col1!9"" Cllpy•J0~1 T889 Oll1cehours 9am-6pm esc •P IONS 13J!>O!ll-M90 AOVEATISING )A~E· OE,>AJ!f"'EN1 '\3)~'i0 J.,'Y"°•IOI'-< 0..•CIC~ ~ .. s-ige.. .. l'()S· ... ASTt·--- ... <..:; ...... _._,~,,.. _,.,,....,...,_us .. "''"" ... "'°"It~-.. "'*' :,-::.,':::.,, ... ," __ ..... _ ... ,.~~Ek-• 'OIM -o·- .. , ')II ~.:..~~·•o'"'"'-'o· ".."..'«... ..... -.. _,.,..... _-..., . .......... ........... .. ~~~:~;;:;~~::; Lesbian files petition to get family coverage for lover MADISO!\. Wi11 AP1-A &tale employee who ay11 her righta ,..ere violated when ahe wae de-­nied family health ineuranet- to cover her li\'e-in female e<•mpan· ion is seeking a court opinion on the11tate'.11 ruling Jerri Lynn Phillipe. 4.i, filed a petition for review Tuesday in Dane County Cir('oit Court again11t the atale Department of Health and Social Servicu, the llate Penmnnel Commisaion and the Department of Employee Trust Funds She claime the tru1t fund'1 re­fusal to cover Lorri Tommerup vio­lated the state's Fair Employment Act. which forbide eex diecrimina· lion But the Per11onnel Commi.Nion has ruled that Me. Phillips did not •how that .11he had been ditcrimi nattd against Ms. Phillipe uid that h«auee etate law prohibu.1 le.bian1 to marry, 1he and Me. Tommerup cannot get family coverage that it available to married employee. and their apouse11. 1tatement11 filed in March 19Nl with the com mission said The commiuion ruled that be­cause men also are forbidden by law to marry each other. men and women are treated equally. Ms.Phillil)ll,areeearchanaly•t for the DHSS'e Center of Health Statistie11, applied for the addi tional coverage in Oct. 1986 BETTER LAUJilS & ClARDEns Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape -Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523 .. LAUJn We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice ff'llOAY. OCTOBER 13, 19891 MONTROSE VOICE 3 GLHU votes to stay with Montrose Activity Center No e.xcuses, Membenioftht•GayandLub1an Hou11ton. t ier fi~t no\iel. ·Senci dah/zng Hi1<pan1<·11 L"mdoa \iOll'd to stay My Hoot.e Ram. described _ b) undt·rthl'"'umhrt>lla'·ofMontrOf<e Moralet1 HI! a humorous lesbian Atll\'llY Ct·nter at tht• jfJ"oup'a love1toryw1thout1K-x.i11duetohl munthiy mN1.mg M<>nday, (kl. 9 releRJI('() m No\'l·mber. Tht>9-Uvott-. with one m1•mberal>" Veloz announctod the fol\owin11 11tainm1C. came afll-r rf'<"ently appomtment.e to chair GLHU l'leded prl't'1dt·nl Br11d Vt·loz m atandmg comm1lll'H: Cl'l!lar formed mt·mbt-r11 th11t without Burke. educatlfln cummittee: Gl<r MA(""11 non prufit t·orpor1.11t• 11t1.1 ria Silva. m1•mlx·rshipcommitt~; group'11 m1·ml~;-ro1hip would be re- ter .. Notici1.111;" Ben Santillan and 11ponHihle for any hohility in· '.f'onyMender..co-chnm•ofthec1v currt'<l dunnlC a 11pon11ored t>vent 1c. cultural cummlttl'I.'; Fehx (il.lllJ hod previou11ly filed for GarcmandGlor1aS1l\ia.co-cha1r11 incurporation on it8 own. bot the of tht> Mr. and M11 Ba_ilc pageant. J(roopwas unahlt' to pa)· tht'taxd and Val Rodl:'lo and 1-ehx Garcia. r\o ExcuaetJ 11portllwear Tuesday ga\·e il.3 laletit No Excullt'8 award to actress Zsa Z88 Gabor for her conviction ofalappin11 a Beverly Hilla cop-"'and taking her trial nomort>seriooslythan,'Dahling, whataalapin the face'" Zsa :i'..ea'11 prize, a wardrobe of jeans. will be from the company'e rhine-8tone-0rnamented line. Pni­vious No Excullt'll winner11 were Malculm Forbes. Leona Helmeley, Pete Rose. Rob Lowe, Vice Prtti dt>nt Dan Quayle and LaToya Jackson tuoJ, Gl.l lU offiet•ni and tht' , V1.1lRodt'l1.1,l'ditoroftht>newalet rt'(luir('Ci by tht· d1-adlin1·. Vt"loz oo-cha1r11 ofB~1le. :h:.d;,r'~!:~~:::~~'l:~dm"~1~· .. !;:~ 1 ev!~: "·:i~~~~~o~ ... ~~:C:~~:a~~ We're wo rk ing to mil- frum MAC ""at am· t1m1·'" i( by GJJ IU. once during Gay and ~~k'~~~:id.~~i~~~:,.~11v~~~i ~!1y;.~~~.:·~~:htd::::hr0; bring you a rea l Matu1. (~- year11, thte\il"nthuhttnoneof newspaper. ·1 think for nuw tht" b1~111et1t the b1ggeat organilat1onal e•·entll ~h~:kd~;.:t·~dv::a1~: 1::bl~:~~mu! ~~:r~~~("w~u~a~·acc:':~fde~~= The Montrose 1w1th MAO at th11 tim1-:· \'eloz holding the ''Ano Nut\iO Baile·· m NI~" a MA(. mt•mllt'r orjlamza ~;~t"~'.~;:;:::!e~"/:d":!w~;,~t:~:::ser~~·~·~~~=.a::,.~~I~~-'\ 'dn~. prr•1dN1t. ~·at R<Jdela. l'ice pm1dent, M1lrr R<Jd ?ar~!~r::2r~~~;~:~i rJi; Voice. :::.'r~·~·~\~1 Yh;n:r~'..!'~~l;~~~>l1 7~ formal endol'llements by the or of the tall"ntll and contnhutmnaof hnliday ... dia di:' la raza;· or day of anC:hea~:11~ta:i~~~::d:d~~ __ A_/_/ 8 -,.- 11 -, -p.-;-d-- ~=~~i;:~~,~~:~:~:~~~~:~~!t ::~~~~:=~:n :~n::: b~ ;:~i~a~E~~~~;.-~1~~~nt~.:.~~1~h:· !::·~~~~~:=~~E~~:n:~- :i~ ~f~:~·~~a~~~~:£i~r:;:; A~::;Be~:~::1;;~g mak1· pohucal t•ndon<t·mt·nta 811 a All MujeretJ ln1.t>rt>11led m Gettm11 tion'11 chall1•n1Ct to :ll.tlti. hod i"hl'unofficial holidaycoincidl'l!I cial evl'nlA. Installed! lfl"OUp Acti"e <AM IGA) for Ibi.8 Gom1..z a11ked (;J.1-lt: to11upport thl"l"vent withColumbusdiscoveryofAmer Scheduled guf'llt11peakerSylvia Fl'lix Gurt·i11. u GLHU memOCr Vega. a Hispanic lesbian authur Morull'Ulh•u urJ(e<lthl'eommunity ice and telebratetJ the a rrival of a Carrera, rl'prt"l<enting Mayor who iH 1.111111 11 m<·mh<:r of MA("s and playwright. and pledl(ed 1.1$[)() to attend th'· win<· 11nd t·ht'f'lle rt'- nt•w race. the "metJtizo" or K11thy Whitmirl', failed W cancel, board of diredor11. {·xpl11ined that donation for the event. Gomt"J. n·ption. whi(·h will 111• ht·ld at i:Ull "Latino" peoplt> Veloz eaid. Carrera apololl'.izl'd to tht· prohibition d•d not 1ndudt> Vega ie the recipientofthegroup'11 p.m. 111 1'r1·t·ht·urd"11 H<•11taurimt Born in Havana, Cuba, Gome~ the group. saying an 1•mergency campi1ign ol·ti\·iti1•11 by mdividuol ll('('Qnd annual Hermana Leader downtown. Thi• 1·wnt will com \'t·Kll earned her master'• degrt't' hod ari"en and it WWI too late to memlw.·r11ontht·1rownht·holf.only ship Award. given in reroJ(nition memornlt· 1111 imp·ortunt l l111pnnic in English at the Univeraity of find f.I subtit1tutl' 11pe11ker, he 11aid Convenient to: Bus line Shopping llospitals Activists say church conference was simply 'gay-bashing' Efficiency, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms Come See The New ... ~ QREENWAY PLACE Hy LUL'l:"r\ I.OTA l)emon11tratol'll uutnom~red tho: e11timated 150 people attend in11thee\'ent Tht- day'11 maJor addreM wa.~ by Su<·hdl"m11nd"h\·hl1l·k, mlh civilri1Chtana1<pawnt'da 1m1lar mo\·emt·ntf••ranimah1.•md,\llt·n whni11 bh1t·k to 1aboo that makes one feel that 1hi11 i,; alm••11t reverting to a primi AI\AHt: IM. ('alil 1Al'-l>onn11 t1vl'cultural ey11tem:· he•aid ol gay right11 1u-ti•·i"ta .. tormt>d a h"tl"l Jut ~atorday tu prol<'l>t a 1·on,...r\'llli\·echurfhJ1T<oUp1<ympo 1uom.wh('re11μ0:11kt"l'llwarnt>dthal h••m<'9t·xu11l11>1rl."athrt-attoAml"r i«an1·ultur1· William B. Allen. chairman of the t:xprt'llll lnw11 for minority l'.S. Cummill.iion on Civil Righlll l(TI>Ups is tht· l11•irmmnJ( of !ht Allen·, topic was ··BJack11. Ani t•\'il ul r1odunn11 Am.·rinm hlark11 mals.andllom06f'xualsWhati11a '"'' 11n t'tJUllhty with ammal1. and Othl"r 11peakl'rt1 .i;:poke more di Tl'<:tly to the illtiuf' ufgays. They gamt'red,;trongapplaullt'fromat tt·ndmg members oftheCahforni al·oali1ionfor1'raditionalValue8. wh1,·h opposes l'xtension of civil riKhU protectiun to gaya and be­lie• ·l'li homu,.exuality ill learned ht·ha\'1orthatcan be changed Mmorit.\· thtn 11<-dOl"lllK other J(TUOJ• (m Abnot .1J vrotl."11lt·n1 with dl•neh1'<1 fi"lll thnntt'd and bJey, whi,.tlt·11 a11 thl"y t-ntt·redtht·lubby of tht· Pan l'at·itit llotel around 11::10 a.m On (kt 6 tht' Washington U.C dodmg homoRt-xuul11) tu -·k tht· hallt'dt"Ommi~ion. with Allen di~ 11aml." t·ht1ritahlt· trl"lltml"nt: ht· f<t•nung.brandedthetitleofthl' 11B1d What we'reeaying i• thatwl' want equal ri11hta for all people, homo..exual11 and all persons:· 11uid lfrv Louis P 8heldon. a Pre. bytt•r111n minister and coalition l·h11irman. "But what we don"t wnnt i11 ape1.·ial rights for homo­st ·x.uals" Npel.'l'h ··thoughtless. di11gu1;t1nl( Rl'lt•nmJ(tuhomoN1·xualpoliti· andunneces11arilymflammatory cal doot. Allt·n tomd puhh1· 1.,•hl·y Th1·1rraumu•11it-1nwn11pa.rtof al11rJ(erd•·monMmt11•nouttudt"th1• hut('[ Ujt'/UllMl tht• Wl'llt Cou11t Sym poMiom on 1101110111."xuahty and Pubht l'oli«ylmphtationH.hnhtt'<l by thl· Californi11 Cualitinn for l'ruditiom1I Values. a chorth formt'<IOrl(anLll!.hon Allen"11 d1•n11ely worded atadtm 'is 11ttt·mpt1nK I.<! muk1·nx 1t .. t·ll u i« speoeeh wa11 delayed fourhour11 politirnl m11W·r"' from it>< 11theduled noon time. A ·oor11onl"IYl'>'nll>t'dth11tthr1·at eonfcrt>nct' organizer said hill wht·n it fir~t aro:-t• m tht• frt•1· lo\'l pl11newa11delayedinMonttrty mon·nwnt!inth1"l!Mi011):Wt·han· rhe demnn .. 1rator1111at on the fl1,.•r for le.. th11n an hoor. hown· 1•r.~lort·1>0lkl'wearinKleatheror 11urgic11IJ(lo•·e11lt>dth1·mawayfor ident1fieallnn l'hl'<·k... 1-"orty pt~·ple wt'Tt' arrt· .. tt'd on tr('t;p111111mg char111·1111nd Tt'h·ased Alll"nwaal(ivena11tandingovo t1unfortht>11peech.inwhichheoμ­poH'< i anti-discrimination laws for specific ethnic or mmunty grtJOpiJ. H111U1rically. that proce1111 ha.a alw11y11 ledtoheightenedten11ion11 und heightened antagoni .. m11 among the group!J competing for tht rtward11 oft he society:· he 88id **************************** ! TELEPHONE ! : ANSWERING SERVICE ! !• Computerized !• .,.. 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Thl"1rh1J(<oll'<lrt-ad1ootuth1·ti· tll" "huwN II >!l>Ott' uf l"Otit-d mindednt"U, a1<t11tt' 1f1uhJt'C1i"n l~a .. itully. what iii KOing on in hne ill l(lly-baahing;· said Kevin F11m•ll. of thl" Orange County Vi11 ibilityL .. ague,agay rights group withahootJOOmember11 "What"s dangerous here ifl the thin ''l"nffr of respectability:• the 37-year-uld Laguna Beach ret11 dt·nt11aid ou1111dethehotelm this OranKI." County city. 25 mile1 Sundeck Indoor Swimming Pool Sauna Steam room Whirlpool Wide Screen Television Private Video Rooms 4 Video Channels Weight Area En1oy Our Newly Remodeled Sundeck 30 Day Workout Pass $25.00 u -ie' .~.1bo:r. 1prcqo1rcd fOR (• MOi\TH Mf.MBERS 01\LY Half Price Rooms & Lockers 8am- l 1:45pm TUESDAY- LOCKERS WEDNESDAY-SINGLE ROOMS THURSDAY- 1/2 PRICE LOCKERS l.J Ho·•hJ Day' /& SJlc Pl~{C to Meet ~100 1·/&N!\'11\ HOLSTON. TX 713) ')22·2379 When 1n l)JllJ~ V1~1t 2~09 Pml1c :214J 821·8989 Advertise in the Voice! 1K1uthea11tofdowntown Loa Ange· '" Oulllide the howl. ahuut :.!tlO demon11tr11to11<-induding 11ome AIDS aet1•·11<t--1·hanlt'd ··Ht")'. lley.Hollo,llom"phohia'11(inlto Go:· Theywa•·ed,.ign .. w1lh11o<·h11lo­gan11 a11··Jfomo1<1·x.uahty111 Not a Ui1wRM" In111de. 11pl'ttktr11 took a tough eland ··who in hi11 right mmd would put lt'flbian11 and 11odomite1 in ehar11e of Boy or Girl &out trooP11'!; 0 11R1dBriunli.1·nnedy,vice prea1dent olthel'lur1·mont In11ti tutein("]un•mont U.8. Rep. Bill Danneml"yer, H t "ullertonrt'l'1•1vt>da11t11ndingova tion forh1srem1.1rksth11tJ(ay11are erodinl{familyvalou. "They lhomo11exual11> sttk through the political pr0<'"8 to changt•ourculturebyforC'l'oflaw he said. ··They wunt the law llU they can adopt childrt•n They wantthl"Ul(l"Ufcun1<1•ntl'liminat "'" 3333Cumm.ins 613-2034 Make your reservations early Stretch Lincolns, Cadillacs and Sedans available 24 how reservations Major Credit Cards accepted (713) 928-5544 IF YOU THlllK llOTHlllG CAii BE DOllE ABOUT BALDNESS, YOU OUGHT TO HAYE YOUR HEAD EXAMINED. Now ihcrt's Proltophen (TM). o new combmat1on of prtJcropt1on ogenu 1hot reverses poutrn boJdmgond o!opecio oreoto m mony poucnu~ven 1hoJe11nrespons1vctoMmo"1d1l.DeW!lopedbyPeierH.Proc1or, Pti 0 ,MD. durmg o •·ytOr c!moca/ study. Pro"iphen is 110w ovo•lob/e for the treotmenrofbaldneuatthe Proctor Clinic CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION Proc•or Clinic T _ _.OakiMtd><•ilo.,..r <il6So.."'-Hfrff""7-S..<•1616 Ho"'ton.TX770l1 (713) 960-1616 4 MONTR( >E VOICE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1: 1P J9 Gay Demos endorse Whitmire Edwards Castillo Conn. man l'hee:i:ecullvecuunciloftheHou, ton Gay Lnbian O.-motrat1c Club held 1UI endo111ement meH Leonel Cat1ti! and cit)' C'Ontrol ler.GeorgeGreanias. For ~l1ckey Leland"• Di11t. I" in1 for the 1'ov. 7 election on Tue.- congressional seat. the group en day. Oct. 10. The group made the doned Al Edwards. with the un following endorsement.II denitandingthat theendon1eml'nt Mayor. Kathy Whitmire; Hou11· would be reconsidered. and poHi· ton City Council Uist. B. Ernellt bly reas11igned. if there i11 a runoff McGowen: Di11t <.:, Vince Ryan: The club recommended the fol· Uist. D. no endorsemenl; Di11t. G, !owingvoteaonpropol!edcon11titu· no endoraement; city t"QUncil at large, Poa1tion I. noendor1cml'nt: Poeition 2, Eleanor Tin11ley: Po11i tion 3,Jim Gretnwood; Po1ition 4, tional amendment11: Prop. 2, no: Prop. 1'. yes: Prop. 9. no; prop. HI. no; prop 11. yes. and prop. 1:J. yes The vote for noendor~ementin city council Diat. G follc•wed a heated debate on•r whether or n .. t to endorse openly gay Uemocrat Bruce Ret\"M. Rtt\"f!ll supporten aaid he 1hould be endoraed be­C" ause heia a DemocrattChristin Hartung. the int'umbent who is running againat Retves i.11 a Re­publican) and becau11e he is gay Members of the council who op­po~ ed the l•ndoraement, however; Hid Reevu had no solid political barkground,andthattheycon11id· trl'dhimunqualified The cloaftlt vote was between Castillo and Sheila Jackson Lee incitycouncilatlargeraceforPo­sition 4. the 11eat being vacated by Anthony Hall. Castillo detractors cited homophobic advertisementa and statements run by 1he cand1· date in a previous race. Six of the IO executive council memben vot· ed for Castillo and three for Lee, with one member abstaining The recommendation& differ from the endorsements made by thl.'" Houston Gay and LeBbian Po-liucal Caucu11 m 11e\"eral Bignifi· pleads cant racui, mclud1ng the_ mayoral • , t t ~~1~~=~:~:'n:~':::i::; QUI y 0 forcouncilifat.GandRodneyEI· homphObiC h1 for OuJt. D. and Lee for Hal1"1at • large1eat.andhadrecommendl'd slaying a ''no·· vote on Prop.8(pr1.11on bond iuue) and a ··yee"' vote on Prop. 2 HARTFORD, Conn. (AP}--An 18- (water funds) year·old Hartford man faces 35 to A third gay political organiza- 45 yeau in prison in connection tion, the Community Alliance of with the 11laying of a gay Houston. haB not yet announced We1hersfield man. which.prosecu· !Qrll say stemmed from his hatred of homosexuals its endorsements Planners seek input for tax abatement proposal 51.'"an G. Burke enterl'd a plea un der the Alford Doctrine Oct. 6 in Hartford Superior Court in 1he I~ bludgeoning death of Rich· ard Reihl. whose murder became a BySHJ::RI COHE~ l>ARHO~~E Mont"'-\"uin•Ed1t< Tv.·orl'pres .. nl.lll\"l:flOftht-Hou11tun ()epartmt-ntofJi,>u•in11 andC.om· mumt)·U.-vt-lopmt-nlmt"t"·11hlu ... erWf't>thl·imerb ... int"Mo"·nt-nand local dt"\'tofopeni W1-dnf'tlda~·. Oct II. to 1et input for thf'ir proix-d Westhe1mer lll.x abat.-mt"nt di11tnct The planmm1 11a1d 1hey intt·nded tu askcitycounciltoap1Jruveatax abatrmrntd11<tnctalon1ra-·t1un of Wt"totht1mrr and El11m Strl't'tll running rou11hly frum Yoakum tu Smith John Touchet. the city"• planner for Planning Di11t 23 which m cludeeMontroee.aa1donlyoneloca uon in each planning diiilri<·t can current])' qualify forthl'tax abate­ment program U..wer Weetheimer fit11thetotalcriteriabetterthanoth er blighted Montroee locat1on1. he uid Pa11tornotedthelimitonthedu1- tr1curouldchangeinthefuture trticted ,.·uuld bnng mure money to rallying point for gay aclivi11ts in thearea.puttmgbusineesownerain Connecticut ~n~~:t~:~~~~:~::!~r~: :::ible Reihl"a body was found on the OpJ)<*ttmn. Ile 1aid, would more front lawn of hui duplei; home m likely come from rtoaid .. nu of other Wether11field on Ma~· 15, 19NI_ A ~::u.p~~;:i.:n.aw~;:.11. h. ~yco:i~i: bloodied fireplace log was found bu1meH community in the nearby, pohce 11a1d Wet1the1mer location L'nder the Alford Doctrine, the defendant adm1tsthepr011ecution haaenoughevident't'toconvict him but doee not admit to guilt '"l"m sorry for what haa hap­pened:' Burke 11aid, iwbbing. "I love life just hkeyou also do" Theta:i:abatementdi11trictwould allow commnC1al pro!)('rtyowne-111 in the area to mak1· 1mpro~(·m~nt11 1>ntheirprnpertyandhavethet11xt1 ontho11e1mpr0Hm1·nuabatl'dfor fiveyear1.Anewprupertyuwn1·rin lhearea.whowi~hestobuildanew etructureonavacantlotinthtdl"· triC\.C()uldqualifyfortaxsbate­ment on thr entire facility . .aid PaulenePa11torofthedrpartment"1 econnm1cdevelopmentdi\'ill1nn PlcmnaJohn Touchet shmt·t mop,,( propo3f'd tax obo1o·m1·n1 dMlritt on fou·..r Wr11thf'1mer lk•th Touchel and PIU!tor 1181d they expect littleoppoaitionwtht proposal Asked about the effect of escalating area land values on ex 11tingbusineaseath11tdonotpartic ipatein the program. Touchet Haid theover11llimprovementofthtarea "ouldcreate11"'rippleeffect'"byat tractingmorepeopletoallthebu111 Thed11tm·t'1northbuundaryfol· ]nw11 Wl'tlthe1mrr from '!:"oakum to Cr()(·kerandAvondalefromCrucker to B11gby. then continue.on Hosalie toSmnh!:itreet.Theaouthboundary follows I.ontt w Taft. then We11th1:1mtt and f:llfln to Smith Pret1ently viable businN.lles on the north 11ide of We111ht1mer, west of Crocker.areexcludl'd.aaarere11iden ti11lunit11onthe.,rnth111deoflo"·'-'r Wet1the1mer. Afterward,Reihl"1si11tl.'"r,1'ancy Leckerling of Madieon. Hid. "'I wish those kmde of thoughts would have gone through hi• mind last May 15, when he com Proper!)' tax abaleml'nt d11tri.cc..i 1re1ntendedtohtlpprl'\'entfurther ~roe.inn ofthtlOC"alprnpertytai; h~ inbl111htl'dnt11rhborhr,..J byp v1din11 an incentive for devt:lop­ment By encouraging rt'<iewlop­mt- ntofdrterioratingareaH,thec1ty h<•pt>9,toenhanceitso~·erallecunom IC base by attrscting new buaintu andn-1ident.11totht'11rea. In determinin1r "'hl'th..r an arl'a quahfie11 aa a pou·ntial tax abale nt iatrict.1h .. crtymu•tf,..,llo" . . .. -d tli tat.o law crl'atmg the di11trict1. Cntens indudt ohau!ete plstung. a largt numberofdeterioratin1r•tructuru. ademon11tratedcommunityinteregt and a Jargl' number o!intel'E"tlte<: ownenwilhngtoparttc-ipateinthf' pn,i/fam. lnaddit1on.thearl'amu•t belucatf'dman··1drnufiablebli11ht edarea"andmu1t'"impairorarrl"ll the oundgro"thofthl'city Because the tax 11batement air pliegonl)·toimprovemenl8m11deaf­tereetablishingthedistrict. andpro­Jecl. 8 approved by City Council be­fore co:mstruction. iwme buain­owneT11felttheincenti~ ·ewaanutat trat·tive enough woonsider a high ril!kproject.Thep\annera1aJd,ho" e\'tt,thataatheareapickedup. therl' would be lea~ risk invoh·ed Thenewcustomerawhowouldbeat If co:>uneil approve. the district. the city will begm takingapplica tion•fortaxabatementagreements from pru)>l'l"t)· owner• and de~·elop­er11. Thl'de&i1CJ1atwnwillexpireafter fiuytan.b11te:i:111tmgagreemenu betwl't'n thecny and property own· er1,.·lllronlmue,11cconlmgtowhen e1chal(Tt'<l·mentwa11made mitted thal horrible act." Judge Raymond r-;orko eaid he agreedtoeentenceBurketoamin1· mum of 35 and a maximum of 45 yeani inprifl<Jn aspartoftheplea bargain 40 arrested in protest of conservative anti-gay seminar If Burke had be-en oonvictedaf· ter a trial. he would ha\'(' faced a maximum pog.;1bleaentent't'ufl0ti year11inpri!IOnonchargeathat1n By 11\'.GRIO BU"KEH At-;AH~;IM. Calif il'Ph-The chairman of tht• I; .S. t'omm111sion ~~y 11~~1 f ~~~~:,~~:1~:~:~~~;~~~~~ aymp<.>Mium on h<11notot·xuali1y.dt· 11p1te 01lJ><1Mitiun from collt·nguu and guy 11t"t1~1sts. ·IO ot whom wr·n· arrt·Mlt'(I for uttt•mpt11111todisrupt themt't•tinl( About HKl pt·oplt· uth"nd1-d th1• wttkend ~_vmp<>Mium •l><>nMnrt'<I hy tht· ("ahforni11 ("oalit10n<1l'Trndi tional\'alu1·1. Sonw :C>ll g11y P•~•plt· had 11ath t'red out>11dt· tht hottl wh1•n• thf' l·mmar wa11 ht-Id to prutt'>'t tht· m1 ing and th~ >art1 1pat1m .,f 1·ummi.....vn Chain 1an W uam Allt•n In his i.peech. ··n1a1·k11? Ani malM".' llomo.sexuals'.' What iH a minorits'-'.''Alll•naaidthatspt-<·1al prott"('tlOn forhomot<l•xuaJsoran~ "thn min.,rit\" 1M "'insidiou8 ond h11rmful"" ht"1·aus1· it dilu11·s indi ndunl ri11htHand""lt•adMtoh1•111ht ent'<i l("lll'io1111 und anta11onil'm· amon1111roups Lntt·r. Allt•n 11aid st 11 n1·,.~ nm kr1·n(·t·that""oll1hsti11m·ecl1-din 11olur as Amerit·an libert.\- 1!1 t·on n•mt'd is if we 11u11ranh·1· tht ri11h1><nfindi,·iduals.' ·Thi p.- ition i•- !In att1 :k on Police try to keep sexual encounters from park A/\~ISTO/\. Ala 1AJ>, -Pc ti hu1M'tht'lrplan11tuu , 1mt-rat , d thy 1111 ar rt·th. other 11Ul'\'t'lllann· al La(;11rM !'ark The -hie 8HJd tht" in: >rm11tw. wilt du1cuura11e m1·n from UHmg tht• ""uld ~ kl'pt in .. oonfidenual mt ... parkforllt'xualpur1~>1N hg .. n1-.·fllea"aniwouldnotbea\'ail Wt"reno1111un11tohant1<11them. 11h!etotht'puhh wt-"re JUllt 11om11 tu "'BU:h:· Puli1·e ~n arrt-1118 ha,·t been made at tht­l'hil'fWayne(" handlere1ud "lfthey p11rk in connfftion with•11·xual at'lll don't w1mt UH Wlltt·hing and tht•y becllulll'noneha\'elw<•ndiHconrl'<I don't want UI lunking. th1·y liHter ("h11ndlt•r111id.But11om1·park-11ucr11 notlwthert• rouldbe!ll'Tl'>!tl'dunderloit1•rin11. l\e~in Bt-rrill. a 11pok1-.om11n for the tr .... pau1n11 and otlier ]a,.·•. h,. add ~ationa! G11y & l.e11liian Ta•k Force. ed called the police plan '"h111'hly un· City ParkH and Hec:reation Dirl't' JU11t'-11nd'"anattempttoint1m1date t<>r Gene Cornl'tt said there ha•·f' people been many co:>mplainU about h"m'" ·1t 10und11 to mea11ifwhat'1a:uing lt'i;uals at LaGarde Park. although oni1hara11>1ment.pureand11mp1._.: htofforl'd n0Hpecifi, .. about,.·ha1 n1d Berr1!1. dir«tur of the tuk behavic r 11 generatmj!' the c"m force"• ant1·violent't' pro~t. ··1t plaint~. strik"'metobeaOavantv10latwn ·wt- .. ·anttheparluitobl'1ud11hat >f Pf'Op\e"1 nght to a...embleanc u- any group-any group of ~ple- "1C'iatt' eanf"'lcumfortablethere:·h,_.1t1id l'htindler .aid police "·ould UH a But when ont' gmup"• action1 are vanely of methnd11, indudmir \·idea 11uch that they make others fttl un cam•raaand1111ularcameraa.kode- •mfJr'abJ... you haw•• fo ,.h 1 termm• who :v ?ll'• to the park for you a1 t~ put a 81< ' t< l!'ll~ nghll 11aid prote.ter Sally (;earhart.a proft·~11oratSanFran c11coSta1.el:ni\·er111t)·.•·Jtisanin tt•rprl'lation of th1• Con11titut10n thntdnt'lln11tallowu111hefn·;'<i11m w1· nt't-d to addrl'911 lnMtitutional h11mnphul11n Allt•n Wll1'1H('ht•dult..:I to1111t•ak11t IJ:(Ml11m. hut hiHpl11n1•w1U1dt· l11.n'<l 11nd hi11 •l•(>t.'<·h prn<tpom'<I until :t::IO p.m. Shortly ht·fore n"on. forty prol1·11ler>1Crowdl'<iin to th1• lobby thonting. dup1un11 und blowin11 whi11tlt•s ll>I othl•r11 ki"sl-dandl·mhran..:lf,•rtt·lt·\·i.imn About 10 minutt-a later. Anaheim poli1~· hi·Kl•n i1rrt'lit1n11 the prou,sters peaceful!)·. They ,.ere cited and released. Mo t of thl' pnote>1ters left ix-fort• Allen's arri\·al Allen"11 fellow rommi1111ioner11 hadchastii;edhimforagrttinl(to app1•11rnt thl'llt'minar. Spec:-ifitnl· l~·. th(·ytookisl'Ul'Wilh thl•llllt•ot hiM 11p1"e<;-h. which tht·ytl·rmed ··in· fl11mmatory But Allen had stern words for th1·mSaturday.c11\lin11th!'1rrt•ac tiontoaspeechtheyhadnotH(>t.·n "bi11oted'" K1·vin Farrell. 1'lpokl'sm11n for tht• ga)· acu~·iMt 11roup Oran11e County \'11,ibilit~· i.A.·ague. aaid demonstrators,.·ereesperiallyup- 11/!l that Alh•n would "lend the cludedmurdl.'"r.twooountsoffiTllt prj'>'tigeufhi11offit'etothi.igather degree robbery. third-degree as· inlf. which is nothing but ga)'· sault and third-.degree larceny bru1hing with a thin \'t'nt't'r of 80- One count offirst-degreerobber callt'<i n·o;pe•ctohilit~· and ncadl'mi y, third·dl'gree assault and third a· degreelart't'nywerele\·eledincon t;d Stl't·lt•. 11 •P<•kt ... man for thl'" nection with a May l-1. l!lt!H. at t·on~t·r,·atl\1· 1iinhuon. Haid the tack on 11 2().year·old WeiJt Hart H>::~~~1r was not d111ruptec! by the ford man I . . . . Judge Raymond Norko ached mn~l~,:~~u;,~t~·~~~.~:~~~~~:i:eh:: uled senten 00 cindg for !\'.d'ov. I~ Hurke mo~t·xuulM who dt·i;ire to t•ome out 111 free on n pen mg sentenc· otthehomo1M.•i;uallif1•Mtyll''.'Stttle mg said. 'Tht·re is nu ammoHitv to- A co-defendant in the murdt-r ward indi~·idual g11y11 and iesbi caM'. MarC'Oll J_ Perl'Z. I/, pll•adl'd guilty to murder on ~pt. 29 and agreedto11erveatleW1t3Uyearflin pru1on The pair were fonntr at·hool Poll shows voters support equal rights mates at South Catholic High School in Hartford. when· Burke was staning quarterhack for the HOSTO!' tAPI ·A ga~·-ri11ht11 group hllll relea.it'd a poll that 11how11 &I perctnt of Ma8'achu llf'tt.11'rejti11tered vot1•1'1111uppor1 ll-giMlauon to outlaw diH(·rimi nauon agam11t homosexua]H, had a margin of trror of 4 percent Responding tothequestion. "Do you 11upport or oppo1<e le11islation that guaranteee equal rights for gay people?" &I percent said they supported such laws, 23 percent opposed them. and 9 percem were undecided The poll showed a majority of voters in every region of the state supported equal rights for homo- 11exuals. on•rwhelming 1upport mdicat l'd that pa111age of the gay nghta bill waa longovl'rdue A hill w outlaw discrim1na· tion against homo11exuals in housing. employment and crl'dit haspa1111l'd in the House and ill now beingdehaudin the Ma11achusetuiSenate football team Pere-z told police thal he and Burke had driven IQ a gay bar in Hartford on May 15. 19NI. and that Reihl had invited them to hie Wethersfield home After they got there. Perez said Reihl rubbed Burke"s back and the two of th!'m then went upHtairs When they came back down, he and Burke bound Reihl with duct tape and beat him with a fireplace log. Perez11aid The poll. conducled by KRl' He11earch ofCambridgl· and re­lea111..: I Tuei<day by The Coali· lion forl.eflbianandGay('ivil RighlR, wa. conducted July f>. 6. and surveyed 600 voters auoeethl'1tate The coalition 1aid the poll David La Fontaine, lobbying di· rector of the coalition, aaid such Perez is being held in lieu of $225,000 bond until hi• sentene+ L--------------------------' ing.scheduledforNov.16 The bill ha11won initial Sen ate approval, but opponents areofferingamendmenl.lltothe measure. a move that i.11 both an attempt to weaken the bill andtodelayaae<:ondvoteonit Our class ifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sal e, house for rent, or just about anything , call 529-8490. Houston AIDS rate tops national average l\early4pen:tnt •Ip "V treatml'nt at •«·x1.Jally tnm~mim-d dillt'a....-chnicslwrl'tutt'dp<1t11t1n· forantibodit'lltotht•AJJ)Sviru•,R rate mut·h h11Ch1•r than reported nationally. t·ity ht>alth official11 said Tht• rate for inh•t·tion with tht· human irnmunndt•fitwnt·y virus furmalt•aandfrmalu1t~·n11t11uC"h chnic11 was;< 7:.! Jl('T 100. Tht- na uonal averaice ha~ ~·n t'lltimatNl 81 :l.6 pt'T llKI, •Hid ~11d111.1• Enoch11 of tht• All.ls bun·uu at tht' city HE'alth .and llun1m S1·n·1 , .. Departm1•n1. Thaf1137 J>t'Ol•h•pt> tCKJO,,Jm· paredto26pt·o t•pnl,)()() Th11t"1 a treme1d11.111d fft.r1•nce ~:nxh• 18\d(kt.4 The numb nca11,.fron h• int year or 1 ·1wy1•a1 1tu tu :lt-u mine tho: HI\" infe<:t1on rate among certain population groups It i11 partufan effort by the federal Ct•ntt'lll for Dise81JeControl tode­t. t>rmine the national rate About 9000 blood 11amplee were gather<•d in Houston from 11exual· ly lran11m11ted dieea11e clinic&, women's health care clinic& and 1ntravenouedrugabuseprograms The HIV infection ratefor6269 patienU! at public and private wom1·n·11 health clinic& wa11 .27 perC't·nt. officiah1 eaid. For 2/'!0 11nmplt1 taktn from propleattend inl( intra\·enous drug abuse pnr gT11m11,the1nfection ratewa.s2.H p•n>ent. Since tht• fin<t AlllScBll(·wasre· ported in Houston m Hlhl. the he Ith dtpartment ha.s rect>rded Lfi9 ronfinned cases. Of th<>IK" .l,1 ~ h1we died Robert Moon: 'The Men and the Houses' Montro><t' arti><I J(.,h,•rt Moun, D!i!!!llll•I= who1<1· wall'rl·olor pnintinl(11 havt lwl·n ftRlurrd in st·Hral cummunit~- art 11how1. npt•ned hie nt~ exhih1t ··Th~· !\.h•n and theHou1<1'8 .. 1''riday.(kt.13,nt 209 Stratford 'UP"'tail'll,. The 11how, whic·h will run thr"ullh Monday_ (kt. lfi. fraturu.,.•v eralpaintinitsolm•·n.nrt'Cur· ring the::"lt' in Moo I ,.erk. and huWM . a thtmt· ,. h&11 bt-en dt\·1· ~Ptnll fo· 11('\'o ·al The reprt'lltntnti n1 ol the U • .&1- S.....;....L.....O. ... men di11plny two appro1u·rws. ';h;':;~'.~~''::i:~·,.~~":_"nlmR ht$ ont· ,.ith dt·arl~- do•lined 11haμt11 nnd th1• othnw1th frt"f'­h · t'Xt'Cutt·d WBl<ht·~. fln"Urding to tht• nrt111t !\.lllny haw 1·rot1t· tht•mu. Th1•hou1w11M1• huoiic simplt· patt1•rn>J with ovo·rla_\· ing und w11~hing 11f color tihtlpt'fl T he uhibit i11 Moon'11 third ont> mnn 11how The lirst was in l!ll'l;JattheRipcordandthe!lt'C· ond. '"Criminal Acts.'' wa11 in l!ll'lfi. Monn Willi also one of the artisti;fraturi'<iinthe\'enture­~ ·s Ciny nnd LN1bian Pnde \\.'('{·k charity art show this Th,,Mtn ond th" H1 .. ~t•" u·r/11>#-on"xhlbit throush Mondoyot 209 Strolford Complaints expected over ACT-UP, police clash in Frisco SA.!\ 1''RA'.'OCl~t'U Al' -May11 Art A1mu~ •aid Sur uay wa 'di11tre.aed"o\'f'ttheua4 >fl<>mt' 125 offiet"r1 to arrt1'1 60 dl'mon 11trt1t-0rad1·m»ndrn1t th111 th1•1(0\' ernmentdomnrt'IOlillhtAIDS Polin· ('ommi1111io11t·r (lw1•11 Craig 1:1aid 11ht· 1·xpN·t1•d tht• Oft kt· of Citizen ( "•mpluint• tu ht· ··flood edw1thhundrt·d11'"ofprot111t11uvt•r what11nmt·t11·tw11•t1Jdarnwdw1·rt> brutalpoli<-1·crowdn•ntro]h1<·t1t'll 'The number of t'"I" th1·rt cer· tainly 11t"t'med1·xcea11\·t•fortht' numberofdemt•n11trfll•r1.11ndtht· eturie.w1''\·eh1·11rdabouth1•ir•c tiona warrant rt• 1 ro1n•rns. •oii Craig s .. ,.l'rnl hundred pt'Qple .. u1·ni· ed tht> dMnl•TIMtration_ which IM'­gan Fnday evenm11 ,.·1Ui a l(roup l1f t1bo I .-JO at the h frr1tl Bulid1nll and ho;. arnl' n two •:ule m rt h .l. •ng ~larket Street sidewalks w thf' Ca11tro Di11tric1. a predomi nantly gay nt'ighborhood. The t1r· re11t11 occurred tlfter activi~ts med to block nn interse<:tion One prote~ter wa11 arrt'~ted for rnv1•11tigationof8l<Raultinganoffi c1•r and police &aid Sunday three uUker1 wt•re injured in the melee Ont• dt•monHtrator was taken b) poh('t' tu San Franci111·0 General Ho11p1tal after being etruck in the hudwitht1baton l'nh<'t' Chit'! Frank Jordan 11aid th1· pohceprl'fi.l'n1·ewa11notex«.'9· 11\·e bect1ulK" the department had 1ut 1--n gi.\'t'n ad\·ance nul•<'t'Of tho· protf'tlt"a plan118l<1,,; gentrall~ '<tomary. Membefll vt the AlllS (_' Jahlion to C nlea11h Pt•Wt·r. which >rgamzed tht' protf'llt, re (u!K'(f to mH·l with police bt'fort· hand FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Former worker sentenced in patient smothering lh u:-;uA WARIU::-o GRA~U KAl'IIJS. Mu·h. 1l'PI >­A former our,...·• a1dt11uper.·190r WUM'ntenredWednHdaylo:.!IJ 1<!40yeanmpri1Kinfor1tanrlmlf guardwhileherco,.·orkt'rand leo1b1anlnver1mothered&k\'ert­ly inc11pt1c1tated nunimlf·homt· pauent Catherine May Wood. 27, of Grand Rt1pid1. origint1lly WtlM chargedw1thlint-d1·1fTl'l'murder in the early 191!7de11th¥ofEdlth Cook.!11!,t1ndM11rgut>riteCht1m bere,60.avict1mo(Alihe1mtr'1 DiHea11e.atAlpineManort>;ur,,. inl{Homem1JUhurbt1nWt1lker. Wood pl,,aded 11uilty laMt month hefor" l\t-nt('ountyCLr cu1tJud11e Robt'rt Hen11on to on~ countof1e<.•ond·dt'lf1t>emurderi1 C'hambtn'd1·ath11ndr"Mp1rt1.r.;. toce>mmit~("Cond-deicreemurdt-r man al!"n•·m"nt with proHC\1· tonlhatMhf'lt'tltLfyagt1mMtco­d" f"ndantGwendolynGt1l"Gra· h•m Grllhum. :;,:i;, nf 1\1..r. Tou11. •••Hco•n•·octt'd h~· a l\t-ntC n\~ ,,1monthonfhe '"'"' rnurdt•rand O: e :o.::..t o: '.<~pirac-y tu ('<.>mmll murder n1heem01hering10£Alpine ~lanor patienta Graham facn a mt1ndatory hft> pri1C>n t.>rm without pouibility of pttrolt>. ShP i111cheduled to be een t"ni:t-d ~,,,-.:;,: Wood facl'd a p<11111ibl" life pnlKIO t"rm.but .. 1thrf'\"if',.forparoleafter !Oyt>an Wood's lawyer. Chri~tine Yared. no>1t>dWoodcunfo811ed11heacteda11a lookout while Graham 11mothered Chambtor. and that she at other timt'llwa11awan·Gr11harnwt111pl11n ninl{tokillp111ientt1b11ttoc>kno11tep11 luprnt>nttht>murdeni. Sht>a11kedBenaontol-on1iderthat \\ood has nu pnur cnmmal record =~~(>~~ t>Xprl'aled l't'mor11e for her Yarl'dr .. adp .. rtionoJofaletter wn'tt>· by W'"'dto Ben .. mrleecrih­n¥ her :"al"nt'injailth"Jl""t 10 month111n<'t'h,.rarr"'tinthecaae. I avt>takt·n alonfthard look a\ m}!ll' a1imyprob1,,-.1 mc ... t1m ~ ·• ' ' th · a~m1< Tm aorry· :1notenou11h .1hatlht1•·eto take~pon~ibilityfnrmya('tlon1' Woud lt~llfil'<i 1he went Biting "Ith the murdtr plot Oect1u•e•he wanted t" l't'marn lovtr11,.·1th Gra ham and al11<1bKau"e11he feued Graham. whom 1h" dl.'ICJ"ibed 8JI ph)'1icallyandemo11onally1bu1i•·" lthoughtG.,.enwHthefinitper ion to really lovem,,and !didn't want her to go away, no matter what; Wood Hid llen1on 11aid LI t1pptt1n Wood will Oe11llowedto11erveher11enu-nceina federalpriNunbutif1hect1nnot,au thor1tie.willa11•ur"tht1t1h"t1nd Graham- whom Wood 1aid 1he 1till fean-will not be hou11ed in the 1amef11t·ility. Ben .. maaidheftltWoodw!Ultru l,11r,,mo1>1rfulforheraction1 Th111•1mportant."""nthoughit donn·1 ht>lp the nct1m1:· Renown 111id. ""I am 1mprt'li>'ed that if It ,..tl~n·t for your lV!Jpt-ratmn m thi11 matter 1t would never hll\"f' IM"l'n d~arl'd up' A111i11tanth:entl'nuntyl'ruaecutor Ua\"id Schieber 1a1d W·:iod lik"l> ,. 'rl8p·nd11wl'l·k1npr< 1ngat • 1tate oorrKtion1 f•cihty and then behoueedmaoountyjail until11h,,begi.n1 httpriaontenn °"Jt1"n' Hundennt1n or Grand Rapid.a. daughter ofMariru,,nte Chamben.nid11hefelttheaen wnce wu appropnate given Wood"1rol,,inthe11Jaying "She ehou\d have 1t1.Ld 110me­thingrightaway ... butnowthat lknowthi1Jt1ctut1ll}'happened nowit11temeto&0lveeverything (Mother) can ret1t in peace. I know1he'11watchingnow" Police 11u1pected Wood and Grnht1mofemotheringaemany HeightAlpmeMt1norpatienui butchargea,.·erefiledonlyinthe death• of fh'" women in earl)' 191ii. Allofth0Hpa11enuiwere Blllurnedtohavediedofnatural causl'll t1nd no auto))lil'll were perfonned Threeofthevicuma wuecre­mated afltt death. The bodiet of Cook and Chamben ,.ere u humed latela~t yet1rbut autoμ. 1ie&provedinoonclu&1\·euto whatcau8t'd th,,ird,,t1th1 Neartown's Visions Project is Saturday Nea.rtown Aa8oC1.at.1on civic club wU1 hold e. comprehenslve plan· n1ng oonferenoe for the ~Nea.rtown V181ons PrQlect." from 8:30 a..m. to 430 p.m. onSat~.OCt. 14 The oonferanoe will be held at And.ar­aon He.ll on tlleoa.mpus ftheUru verslcy of St. Thomas. 3613 Mt vamon. Admlaalon of 110 tnclud.ea a light lunch. Interest.ed members oft.heoommunJcy&.relnvltedtoat tend.. a.nd may ca.11 522-7456 or 520--0633 for reeervauons. the or­ge. n1z8re sa1d. -Voters guidea The l.eaC\111 of Women \kiters of Houston has a.ruwunoed that "Vot era' OWdea" for theupoomlngelec· the main mnon Is belng daltv· erect. children go to their own Children's Church. They ~otn thelr pa.rent.a for Holy Commun ton and the OnaJ pa.rt of the aerv ·~ P1&n.8forthefall1nchK1a 90C1al events fort.hechlldrenandpart.!Cl· pa.uon ln leading the worship aervtoe for the older children. The anure Chlld.ren'a ChW'Ch wU1 take pa.rt 1n ChrlBtm&a Ca.nt&t&.. to be presented at the church at. 7 16 p.m. Dec. 16 e.nd l 7 For more lnfonnauon on ett.her "" ui- program& contact Rev. Ro..' at 861·9149 -Jland battle ~ t.tonwillbeavailableonOCt.16.Tlw Banc.saJ'lieni :iuragedtoappl,yfor gwdea provlde lnfonnauon about KLDE's ·Batt.I. of the Ba.nds~ to be the ca.ndldatee on I.he ballot. thl held. at the W6St.helffi8r Art. F9eU oount,ybondls8ueeandthe2loon· v&lOct. 2la.nd22 An,ythlngf'rom sututlonal amendments Reggae to "big band." sound.18 ao-- Sttl«le oop1ee of the ..,pt.ti.hie. aocm•<Ung to the gwd.e may be obttUned event's organtzers. F'1ret f'reeata.n,ycttyorooun· Montrose place wumers w111 re- ::.11!t ~~~ l'ti&JlbO?• C::: ::!~~: .<;n1 Cro.111 Wo~hmston, shoun htr" of JloulJton Go)' ond L"ab1on PQ/it•_cal :om=oe, 537=3 W A=labam· hood Clty The 68COnd place Coui·us f'11dor~""11·11t mttfrnJ(. u ill bf' this u·eek'a gui>•t on "Afur Hours lvents ~~=tV'tl Etlch walker 1s BBk.ed. to so11c1t ~~P~et.~ ~::=~=~ ~;~~~plea Club ~Jt~:§;E gf~~~~::;:~ =~~·= ~mm~:~:~~e::= =~n~:-=-~~t..m~r:= ec11!~c1;:;::..:11n-: :'.~!',.=~=~the= :0:.::is~the~so:,: ~~h;~ma.y •ntactJaylsbellat :~~u;;:v:f:i~n: ~:nat.Jonsweraoollect*1aaof meet1I'IC. l00peopleatten0edapot get a T-shirt. while don&Uons of Agenc188 that. wU1 benaOt trom luck <11nner a.nd heard Bill Soou -After Hours 11ooearna1JWea.talUrtandl200 thewalklnadd.lt.tontoAFH,whJch <:BW ·ACP. apea.k on 'l1ulld1ng 89b1 KPFJ" ·Aft.er 1., lUl'S' prograzn has ea.ms a pa.1r of sport shoes- 'PWAB will reoetve hall the prooeeda. are e.n and ge,y relauonahlps.~ invited C&ndldatea for U.S oongre& &l8o a.re enoouraged to awmd e.niJ/ the ChJC&no Family Center, hm1ly Open to thoae 1n a. oouple rel& .... w D1st. 18 to 8pea.k. uve on !ta or walk. volunteers wU1 be able to 5ervtoe Center. Gay a.nd teabl.Bn tlonahlp and t.hoee who a.re work. in« towa.rd such a. rela.Uonahlp IJl their ltvee. Couplae Club helps meet the eocl&I. eduo&Uonal and support I-18 of t.hoee who attend. aooord in« to Rev. Glori& Root. a&818tl.nt. putOr. lt. ls open toa.n,yone. regard leas of where or 1f they attend church. Root. 8&1d 'I'henext.meet.ln8wlllbeat.7cCK p.m. tonight.. Oct- 13. The guest speak.erwlllbeJL&rt.yWrtght.M.A. who wW speak trom her perepec tiV'tl on I.he topic of building rel&· tionah1pe. A pot luck d.l.nner will preoede the meet1ng 1n I.he church's Fellowllh1p H&ll. The pro­gr& m wtll be presentedupet&1rs. ln addition to I.he spet.ker, e. 8W'V9)' wW be gtven out to determiM top- 1ce ror tuture meeunp Alao. MCCR h&e announoed I.he forme.uonofe. "'Olild.ren'e Church~ program to meet "e.n tncre&.BUlg need:"Ch11d.renal.t.tl'u'oo.ight.het'lret part of the ~ morning wor­llh1p aerv1oa Wlth thetr pe.renta. then oome fo~IU"d. to Sit With I.he prea.cher for a. ehort children ·e eer­mon .. Adultace.nUsten too:. While wvekl,y broadcaat- Sta.ta San. CTalS aa&18t them If n-*1. Sw1tchl>o&rd. Montroee CounsellnS Washlngton. the nrst to respond.. The walk Is lmportant because Center, Netghborhood Centers Inc. willbefeaturedontheshowSun gre.ntaprovtdet.hefoundatJonwltll the As81st&noe F'und.. The Child. dtl,,y. OCL 15. C&ll ln QU88ttons a.re tund1ng 0nzy for a.d.m1nlst.re.tve ren's Home e.nd Wlndsor vrnage eru::ouragedontheshow.aooordlng C081B. Bedgood. 8&1d The wallt·a- United Methot11st Church AID6 to program producer B\.ld.ey thon. AFR' a largest t'undreJ.81.ng ef- Mln.l8t.ry. Johnston 'Aft.er Hours .. Is heard fort of the )'98.r, w1l1 prov1d.e tund.s HOU8Uln'sPWAOoal1Uon,howeV weekl,y from 2:00 a.m to 4 00 a.m for cll.rsct ca.re. eduoa.Uonal and re- er. ls not pa.rUctp&Urig 1n the walk.. Bundtl,,y rm KPFI'. 90. I FM ~h programe, she ea1d.. said. Bill Na poll. the group'e pre81 -l"rom all Walks of The walk will begin and end ~~~~~no=o:c:: Lite ~o:~:=:rig~~ dMslononhowmuchofthefunds AIDS Foundation Houston Is cur- mor!&l Drive to Shepard and back would. support aoct.al eervtoea e.nd rantJy recruittng Montroeeor«an!· &Jong Allen Parkway. Aoelebrauon how much would. go to 84m1n1Btra­ULt1ons and lndMd.uaJs to parUci andplcntowlllbehelde.ttlleendof tive OC16ta e.nd educe.Uon. Napoll pate ln I.he foundat.tona "From All the two hour walk. said. other AIDS aervtoe groups !e~: ec~u1':ci~~~~~ ~ S:l~~~': ~:=:. ;;:1!:° not be p&rttclp&Urig 1n Sunday. Nov 12 The 10.K (6.2 tion. Bt&Jf rest stops and tlrat aid. Bedgood, ca.llUJ« Ne.poll .. cl.la-­miles) walk wU1 benef!.t AFH and. atat10ns. d.1Btrlbute tablee. chaU'8 grunt.led. former AFH boa.rd mem· rune other &«enelee that. provlde and other equipment., creiu.e c1eoo- ber, said. she d.ld.n't knoW how the educauonal out.reach aervtoee. rauons and ll1gl"l8 &Jong the walk money would. be d.1v11led.. but said t.nd..'or aoct.a1 aerv10e8 for Hoi» route and. oool"d.ln&tAI entert&in· the foundation had not mlsrepre­ton'a HIV; AIDS popul&Uons. ac· ment and. ratresh.menta. Bedgood aented the tJV'tlnt. cor<ll.ng to Sandra Bedgood. AFH sal.d. "'l'hebot.tomllneillwe·reallhalp-spectal tJV'tlnta ooordinator Walk tMmSh&vealreadybeenor- in« I.he se.me people~ she ea1d.. The foundation 111 seeking area ge.n1z.ed by eevert.1 groups includ.· Peraons lnterested 1n organ1zing orgaruzauons and lndlvldua.la to lnC the Houston B&r Aaaoclation. a walk tet.m or volunteert.ng may organ1u1 walk teamS. and collect. Qxla..Cola Foods. Compaq Comput. oontact Bedgood at 623-6796. ext. pled€ for each kllometar Walked. er Corp .. Pa.rk. Plaz.a Hospital. AFH 53 Anti-gay leaflet tied to failed candidate NEW YORK 1AP1 -An anti gay luflett1imed tit an uppo mg candidate for Brookl)·n di11- tril'l aunrney wa11 paid for hy the Ctlmpaign committee of Ut1niel Feldman despite tarlit>r denials. 11 published report 88}"8 Record• filed with thf' Hoard uf f:l('(·t1om1 indi1·t1ted ~:li>(J Wll:J paid to tht printt>r'1 11hop in HenHOnhur><t wht>rt' tht' flytr W8l< run oil 1a1d today'• ed1 tionMofth•· Ua1ly '.'Oew11. And the ownt>r of the l'hop David Hhu, !old th1· nt·wsp 111 · tht Ft> dman cnmpail,(n paid wllh a cherk for 20.000 cupiu of tht ll~w. Theleall<'t.distributedinOrtho· dux Jtwi11h neighhorh<>0d11 four day11htfortth1•primaryele.::uon. rt"11d "H•>mo11exual Democrats •l.ambdt1 lndtpendt•nt l)l·mr crt1lll)nndThe\'illt11lf'YoiC1'11up­p> rt Jo,. Hynt>8- !low will you \"< k' !Ian Ft dnan. District At 1orn1•y ('harll "H.\·nea.t111tatf'11pt"l'lt1.I pn>11eCutor. won the "''mmaU•in s, p 12 d ,.,.aung Fddmt1n t1nd )nn prot1t.-·utor ~urmRn RoMt•n Feldman. a stt1te 11s11emblyman frum Bright-On He a ch who failed in hi11b1dfortheDemocraticnomint1 tion for the ].m11\. was out of the countrrandnott1•·ailt1bl1•forcom mtnt.11aid the Nt·w11 lfowe\'t'r. Feldman'11 media con 11ultant and hiacampaign treuur· er namt'd tht campt1ign manager. Sta.It Sen. Maron Solomnn. tl!J the in~11gatorof the let1!1et s .. Jomon prenuu11ly had called the fly1•r "d11<ta11tt>ful .. and 1Ja1d he would lind oul whowt11rf'llpunsi blt, the rtport aa1d. Ht· hung up whtntht>nt>,.11paJlt'rcallt'<ihimat home on Friday Lambda and The Voice have supported Feldman in hie pre· vious Assembly bid11, the news· paper reported Feldmt1n's campaign treae· urer, Michael Crawford . .aid Solomon wtls in charge of all campaign literature Henry Sheinkopf. the cam paign's media consultant. told the News. "I urged Feldman to fire cSolomon• t18 campaign manager on the Sunday before the primary: .6 MONTROSE 'JOICE I FRIOAV. OCTOBER 1:. 1989 ACT UP-ers almost arrested at rally Non-profit theater to open at Houston House .'<;)'/1•1(1 A}•t• lh(lnk> H1·p. Hon Wrl••m. uho ront·mcf'dorl((lnlUr•uf ti doo, 11/1,,..,. hr"'"""'.ol rally""' lo lull-.. h1•r and other m .. mtwr~ of r1C1 l.'l'orrnl•-d Mt·mbt:nt o! A("T-l'P. Huo11ton w1·rt• 11lmo><l arr1•1<U-d at the ll ouston RHlly forAffo rdablt• l10011ing r\ow,'' held on the 11tt·p11 of ("ity llnll la11t Sutor day l'ohtewere1·all1•d to th1·111tt· aftt•r A<~r l"P-l'r11 Le·t1li1· l'l'rN nndSy\\'iaAyr1•ht·1:ameiratt• wht·nAyr1..,wa11d1·niedaplat"t' o: thi· r11lly"•a111·nda 8ll a f.!JOk1 ... pcr11on for I.ht' 1froUp Off1Ct•r11 arrivt-d in a paddy wa1111n 11nd donnt-d pllUltic glov1• tu takt· tht· pruteo<ters, whnin11i111..dthey wuuld11pt"t1k reirardll'M of tht' •11enda aw11.y Hut lt'mpeni l'iHolt-d later, wh~·n rail\· ori;can1zt"rv llt(Tl'i-d «• allow At'\ l"p to read a prt~ port-d ~p.l"('t·h aftt>r thl' rally wa11 o\'l•r_ Paul Doyle. hN•d of tht· l10011ton lnll'rfaith tl uua­intc ("onhtion. announcffi to tht· audit>nn· ht-fort· A1·t l'p"• ~pet'i·h 1hat the 111wukt•r11 wt·re nPI in\'Jt..d, not on theaiienda •lnd that ht' ''t'i•old not. bl' re­l< JK>tu•ihlt·-- fortht·1<pt'i'i'h"11('un t<·nt l't·mi:, AC"T l '.I' Jl11u11ton prt>tiidt·nt. lutt·r t•ritidit-d the 1·ntin· 1·v1·nt. t11llintc it "politi ml"' untl rmt in lint• with the to111·ufth1·nntionulmun·hfor hou1<1ntcho·ini;cht·ld,imoltum• Jo"ly inW1111hini;cton.Jl.C. l'e r1'l noU'<t 1111t1·11"ti1·ally that allolth1•l·andidatulnrMi1·k t'Y l.t·l11nd"1 11 .. ut'' in thl' lkth l"S l'11111(r1.,..111m1I l)i><tnt·t wtn• at 1h1· rally. d..difa\KI to L1·land'11 memory. She alM• pomted uut that 11everal politi dan11 and religiou11 leader11 w·ere11cht>duledtospeakhutno memlwr of the homell'fls ("om munit.y wa11on the agenda Thepurpo11eofActl'.p"sprt., t·nn· at the rally WBh to call at kntiun«•thei11Soeofhomelet• AIOS and Hl\"-posit.ive pt.'<lple. Perez 11aid. Perez 11aid home let ' peoplt· with AIDS alt forc..d lO be ··clOIM·~-d·· in tht> cramped. un•anitury rundit10n11 in tht m1-ions and un thl' .. treet Rt'prt"8<'ntat1ves of the Com munity AIDS l'revt'ntion Pnr jed 1CAPP1 havl' also HBid tht>rl' is a hitch inddt'nCe of HI\" infl.,:tior. amuni;c 11tr...,·I peuplt• One of the cungrt'811ional canchdatt'll. :otatt· Rep. Ron Wil1mn. nt'l(otiated with Uuyle to allow A_\·resorPt"reztu1>res­entthe11pet'Chaftl'rtht'agenda wa11 finiHht-d Ayno11, ht>rSl·lfa 111•nior citi it•n who daimed sh1• could "t·n~il~· he ont• uftht· hnmt•lt,..; said Munday. (kt. 9 11hewu trulyfrii;chu•nl·d,heli1•vingthat 11he would l>t:taken to jail. She i<aid she rt'fost-d tol{ivt•upher po11itiun !)t'(·aoHe " I Willi there jat tht• rally1 to 11pt.·ak for a cau"elbl'lien-din:·Ayre1111aid 11h1•ii<1inafix1-dmt·omeandre­l" l'l\l'H $!'l5 a month from St,. 1·ial S1-curity 'l'anyout:l't'ml"iniail'!" shl' >J;kt'd llou11ton L.i~·e A new non-profit p\ayhou!M2' at 11.H 7 t'annm, on the nm th floor or the Hou11tt>n Hou11e apartmeM building. ha11 t-n named the Hou"lOn Skyline Theater. and production" and other artivitiea are gl·ttmg undl'rway Actre1111 and direc:tor Bunnie Ml·Ferren and Charles II Girard,h011tofan award winning cable television interview tihow. are heading up the 8kylineteamGirardispreei dl'nt 11nd Mt-Ferren 11111ecretary tnoa11urer and artistic dire<:tor. St'rvinga11vicepresidl'ntisio:d die Cope, a former m11gazine 11tafft'r. playwril(ht and hfelonl( the.iter buff Jerf')' Kennt'y, a l(Taphicart111tandllt'tdl'llil(nerfor morl' than 50 titagl· μroduction11. will be 11ct1vt' in the orKanization Maud Ella 1.rndi<le}·. an actrns. director and drama teacher. will be in charKe of development ~he iacurttntlyworkin1r11nama.s1.er·s degl"t'(• theater at the Univer11ity of Hou11ton Tht' 65 ~at performinl( space in Hou11ton llou><1·wa>1ll"al!led by Re­Dire<: t.anon·profill(l'oupthatwill work to solve tht• ll(>dal problem11 of "'><tr11.>t kids" throul(h drama Hoot1ton Skyline Theatl'r. howev 1•r. will h<• u 111•μar11te entity. and willfot·o11on111•wplay11andHous «>n prt·mit·rt .. , McFt•rrin 11aid. The thN1teri1<intht•fonnerlocationof Davis's legacy Bett1"!)11.\·1.,Jt·ftbo·hmdathoroulfh rt-• ord of hl"r hit·. mdudinl( 111·riptll, l1·ttt•nt, report card11 and thl' hat..d llml' cluck 11ht· had to μUnl·h 1111 a lttnaKl'rm a fnt1.ury m her hometown ul Lowell. Mass. lloward (foth1·h. ,·urator of the :.!l.lth l"f'ntury Archu·N at t\01<ton Univ1•ntity. w·h1l"h indudu thl' Betti· 1)11\-111 1·oll1'i·t1on. 11aid the timt·do1:k11rr1\·t-d1nacratefouror tivt- )"l"BllllllfO, follnwt..Jby a call frornllav1" "Th11t WUll tht· dofk I had to pun1·h wht'n I workt~I in th11tex plt·lin·fut·tory and I hatt.,I it.hat t-d lht· rt·g1mt•ntution of it and I Hwore thnt 11onwd11y wh1·n I'm fa moo" I will i;cl'l that for my own: Gotllt'hqo11t1.,lllan11u11.ayml( Shi• must han· had 11omehody l•K>kin1• l"r 11. lur man~· yt>ano: llou><t.on HooseTht·atn Thefir11tfull11Calt·pr.:.dot·tmnis 11<:heduledtobepre;;t'ntt-d1n.Janu ary Meanwhile. Kl·nney is plun ning acti\-itit"' in\ohinii tht· ro· fre11hmentand terract· 1<pat·es. Comedy Workshop "l'wo new 11huw$ upt·nt-d thi" month at thl' l'umt'-dy Wurk11hop, Randy Jobt>11 "Tht· Wiz11rd of Montro><t·(or,C:utoilt·ll.lloruth_.,. Galer and ·Mt'l!l111n'Wi1hTexu:• nn original corned)' re"ue fcalur mt( thl' Worbhop'11 'Tt'xa11 l'omt'­dy Cummi1111ion" "Thi· Wizard ofMontro11e" isa mui<i<·nl cumedy 1tvut• about an e\il pohtit·ian. Fred Hofl•rau,who plut!!Ll..ocorruptDorothyGaleand tlw i;cood Moyor Katty Kitmore. It pluys Mond11ysand'J'U1..,dnys nt H::lOp.m re1w.'rvat ion11reqoired .. Me8>1m With Tex• .' ft'aturinK Workshop fa\'oritt'S Hnmdu l'on tiff. John Swaley. Erit· llt-rmnn. !>fl> Mal·nluso and ('lift M'"'r1" takH a shtehtly 11lanlt'd \'it·w of Tt•xa11hi1<tory.~ll'rt•o1ype11andtm ditiom1. The show. whit"h rum1 through r\o\ Iii, pla.\'11Thonodny through Satordu~· at K:IO p.m with an additional >1how ut 11:00 p.m. on Sunda~- AIDS test results can't be withheld in autopsy report AL'STl!';•l"l'l1 I anAll)Stet.~;.... '""-"" """"'' ol'an aut<>r>"Y m ~noffi ·II in quest cann"t be wtthh.eld 1rom th" public, tht' 'frxa" 1urn1y lft'Ol'r8l'!!LllffiCt'r:l1-d(){-j :.. The ad\'iHory h•1wl opimo was iiu;ot-d to Bt>xar ('ounty Di~lri(·t Att.,rney Frt-d Hodri­KOl'l, who l'""t-d th•· qu111t1on afterth1·t·ountymt•dinil1·xam· w· l't'l'l•in·d a reqo...,.t for AIDS tt·; n· .. ullti undo•r tht· Op·n Rec ord11Act Tht· m1-d1l·al t·xummer &md he w"' a1<ke<I f.,r the n•11ult.11 of an ..\lllS lt'><t μerfonnt-d 1m a homi dc\1•\'H'llm !'ht· Ommbu11 AIDS law pll>U<t-d hy tht•Tt•xa11iA"l(iMlaturl'th1syt'ar K1·ord11 cunlidentiahty to the rt'­~ ult• of AIDS 11..,lll, hut tht'attor nt'Y l(t'.1t'ra aid it·"'"' dcot>< n"t appl;. ..... tt· • I' fonnt-d durinii an o!fi :ol u­tops\ The opinion 11<1td th1· lll'W aw dclt'8 not addnNI mdudinic AILlStutrl'f;ult1moffic1alnu toμ>;}'ft'JH>rt.8.hutitadded ... \\,. areptn<U<tdt-dthatthe>1ddcws not apply to Al[)S ttst rt'l<ull.tl indudt-d in th1•m1.,1ital1·xam int•r"11autop1<_\-n•1K•Tl° Montana physicians criticize new AIDS law Ml~SUl'.l.A. Mont ·\I' Tlw Montana Mt'dit·al A nu t'xecu1ivecomm11tttsay11th1·rlt'w 11talt' law for AIJJS patients, w·hich wentintoeffe<:t(kt. \.has 1· 0011 flaws and amhiteuitiee." The ]aw.t'nact..dh~· 1. I ,; Id ton· thiM 6prinii. requirt'll counsel mtcforp11twnltlrt'•-"l'l\linganA IDS 1 .. st: l't'l!Ulrt'll 11111n1-d 1·on><ent turm~ ho·fort· a per1<on can be tt'll" tt-d forAIHS:a11drt'l1oir1·>1doctor1< to prol.l"l·t th1·11nonym1ty uftho11e It tt-d. But. tht· l'Xt'i"Ut1\·t· c"mmiHt· >11<k1-dutun1·pointU•·t . .f.how1·an tt-s1>1beanonymuuHilw·rit11·nn•n· 111.'nt fonnHarerequin·d".' Baltimore jail said to deny proper AIDS help The law al110 requir1'1 d111•torll and other hl'alth·ntre w<1rk1·r~ to prole<:t thl' id1·nllt_v of the J>t"r"°n ll'c<l.edforAlllS ... wnwht·nfollow intc up with 111·xunl partn~·rs thut may ha\'t' been 1•xpllled to then llr. Jamt'>I (iouaux of ~t111111111la said hi' can·1 im1111111t' ht-mi;c"" 1\l.Tl~lOKE Al' -A H11lt1m 1r~ a:r11nt"JUr)·inn'><t11(ati.mfoundthal I ( ty .)1111 mmah· with 1\lllS wa>< tro•uted for a mmmon ro!d lur two m11th1hefort·h11<dt>nthln•I l>•~·1·m IK·r. a.Ct~>rrlllll( to a 11uhJi,.h1~I n'p<>rt T w' llnllLmord EHnlllW Sun 1111id lkt l th111 llvt· month• uftt·r th1· 11nmd JOT.\' r1·port wa~ rt·l1·1tM~I. 11~ iwo llH•Jllr r1~•Hnm1·ndatmn~ h11v1· \'t•I t<• i,,. t'OU\"lt~I. uod prlMOI\ olli •·ial11 11:in nu ind11·ntinn that th1·~· w1l>e l'!w rt· 1rl &Ul(j!l"l<lt~I tlw ju1l'11 JJ> .. chrnl di l'<'\C l>r. Jt·rr~ B. lion!. d·,phnrd1111dthntn1·"1'r<K'e-tt'( iun impln11 .. nt.~I for h0ti1>1!al : 11tan benr•"'l'"""1M1·turtre111 nlflll 11\.ell,lh m·"'"l"'l>t'r1md : SL ,]e_ (' ~11 ]11, .iJ, .,1.., knuwl bv ua 1 .. 1a1 it• t>am1· Ahd1ll11h •Sh b.aL:: wu iulc'<i (kt.'! n a 1 •hor ftml{cb1t11Ct unc du-d !We. 3 1--11-1John• t1 .. pkm•llO.p11alllfterb..~ :m11tran•ferrrdth .. refrocnl"1tyJau. F "" ~nth• heforeh1•dMth, ~hlt11 '° ipl mPdt<ll'Jrtl'l·1ional f. fi '981 :If, .,·mna\.ellu!dramat­m• ~hm- ,., <I n-r~ pam m b 1·k and he llt.,.1-'111' 11huwinl{ d.uum ><.\·rnp­~> msot AllJS. ~1111~"""\rratt-d hy a phyH1nan'11 ... ilctantlor11coldand n·tuml'dtothejail ,Jail Comm11111ion1•r Barbara A Hottlt('krl"fo><t~ltoeay(kt.4w·h..th t·r ht·r 11dmini~tratwn hari initiatt'd chnn11u at tht· in~titot1<>n"a hoMpi tul. Sh1·ulHOdt'<'lined toprovidt•dt· tailMuftht·l<Utttwumonth~ofMill• L01"11rn·ration and rl'fnrt'<I que• t1<>nMlolht>city'1l11"·dt'!lllrtmt·nt AC'Ctordinl{ '"the fl'p<>rt. "proper ml'd1<-al tn·almt'nt w8.>i dt·med M1ll11fr11m0ct.2l tolkc 1:0: On Oct. 21. the mmatt'l'Hol(Hnto com11la1nof\·ario11111<ympt<>m,.and rrqu .... 1ed:o9et'lht>phy11m11n11.thl' repor111111 t1-u1~l1!•w no1....-nb)·aphyfl· dan"• 1111 .. 1.81l until Dec 6. when h .. w.,.·~aa,.xpt:nt·nnnl{ ll)lllt'rrt'llpll'll\Of'.V '°"1!Uliond11eto • :nmc>llroldm1 returnl'dt< pop-at11n Keque11lll from corrt'l'11unnl offi f mr 'treat w111 .,111' wl"re do·med b\ phy 'tan· ai. t ant>ionUl'I· ;i;Aftt•ran1llonl>K !l. he w11" fim•ll~· adm1ttt'fl I•• tht· h.....- pital.tht•rl'l"'rt•md Thrrt'J}OJr\11>11dtht·ho11pitalphy11i t·mn waM not1fi1.,1 ot tht· inm11te'11 1·ompl>1111t11llt'i·.llbutd1dnolllff M1llsunt1l 1b1·nextday M1llM WIUI .. 1·nt ht John11 lfopkm11 ll0Mpi1alll1·r.l:landdi1•dlle.:J:l Tht•pnnel foundthatphyM ician"R a .. •i11tanli< wt•rl' allow1-d to treat Mills, thnt phyNil'LEllUI w·t·rr eitht'r nula\·ailahh·urnotcnllt'duntwooc taH1on11, und that a phy1<1<·ian who w>1!!l1t1<kt-dlu><t.,.~lill111nDt'i', !!did nu!r'-"'pund Huntc .. nlLnut'9lollt'l'\'l"8llthej11il h1o;111tat'• lop m•-d1ntl 11opl'r\'1110r undt'facotitract 1tw·11rdt-d tuPn110n HealthSenic'i'Slm· ofW1Jmm1Cto lit<! Th,. Halumor .. Hoard of ~ .. 11 m11t,..un(kt..fextendt'dthecorpo­rat10n• rontrat't anuther thr...._. morith•. Hunt told thr n•·.,11paper 1h1· l(nlll< ury l't'pllrt 18 not "ba.Hd o l flMT Th rt'I' rt<11 •tt-d11nunidenufled phy1 l"l>ln U\'Ln ~pl:'r oft and thro·w .. . . • he ~ht>ll that particular wl't'kt· d bt'CuU&I I needed t1rne for m~·11t>lf. In an inten·iew .. ah th .. m·w11p per. Hunt Hirl aft .. r wurkm11 I~ of l day1la11t Dt"C•·ml>t'r.ht'l<>olt off ha ~perwhenht·w .. nthtom•· lleaaidhetoldtht•putwlht·nt ed Mome private umi·. bot di~put1~l tht:11T!IUdjury"1rt•p<>rt Membt•r11 of M1!l11' family 9<Ud theyfound!l<J1;tlt'knndol/urMUltlw l'lly J11il unrooperllll\l'or unrt· 11pon11in w·ht>n thEy a\1<-mph..-l \11 reach Mill• durin11 he lam! h•·o month" of hill h!l'o fiid det ii• ron~t>rnmlf hU i.can 11t1on 111d d .. ath !fit waHn·1 f•r ha TI Jdtiwho called me from n11dt-lhe ti. d Milh1' wid""'· Saltm Sha! .u.. I wouldn-1 han k1 ow·n urdly 1)1 thm11:.lnl'\'er11ot 1eph necal ro turnedfromtbl'rt' t:~·en aftt'rhe 1e<l ""body from the jail calll'd m.. aaywh l!IP pened."" ,..;d Sh,.hau. a nun ii{ •tantatJoh1 H1 1\1 Tht•J>l'<•IJll'~tthe1ailfi':"t"a1dh• ~::~:~-~:,::on t·xpt•llt'd ~ u ~.,:~~7.~~r~~:a~~;~·:~~·;::!~!! b,.;~~~~g~:;~.,!~a~.~.'.·r :~:1n:a:1 neai11ht .. hih· m jail. 10 .. t tie\"nal ing ~·uu ha\·en~~·t·r but I 1·1111't It· l p•oumla and had t'XITudaun11 head ~·oo whl"rt'1l 1s, hl'118ld ,10d "'"'k p111n~. The law was t•ntinzNI by th1• ki~~~~illr;n~•:~ h:~'::~~ti:git~lf 1~~~- ~1:~:t1te1~'d~~:~~o~\1:;,:;;~~:;~~ \1;~~:~·;~r~ . :~;~~11 ~":i~t ;~~ ;~~~ ~ hu.;~';:""'~~;~·~~1::,1~7o~:;;"~~·1i:~ur1· ~o<·tnr frurn llnpkmM told rne ,1 waH app!•llrH to _h~~t· llt>rlOUH fluwH tro~ a viru~ f1'•rn AlllS." ('c~>pt>r ~~J~Hn~~~~~1 \~::lt~1:~~~::;~~ ~:~ 1111u Montanan11: tht· ph_\·11w1anM111ud ('oupt·r 111id quetrtmn>< she a~ked in a stau:mt·nt af~·rw11rdH ubout hL!!L C••ndition and th1·delay in "Thl' lnw aH 1t t'Ortl'ntlv •tlu1d~ tro1tmrnl W'l·nt umrn•wert-d will incrt•lllll· ht·>1lth·1·1•rt• CUlll.!I h_\. Th•· •ilt•n<"t'><ht' t'ncuonlt>red wa.H denying thl· hralth-1·nre worko 1ypic11lc,therd1·alinlfllw1ththel'1ty andpart1l·ularlytht'phy1m·mn.m la1l 11dmm1~tration. ("oopt•r 1111id formaliun which may radi 11lyuf When ~lw ctillt-d thl' Jn11. ,,ffidal11 feet lrt· .. tmt'nt: the ati11t•m nt fro-qu tly tuld her ~!ill• wa>i "Una said vailal , ('0t•per to th .. nl'Vosp>l· M11ntam1phyMinan11duno1ut,. P•-'r iei;·1topat11·ntc'Onfid1•ntialitv,orto ,.,.;' ~~~:~:~;11h1;::.~~n~~~::~ ~~·r:,~~:'.~:Cnt~-::·1~':;! ~~ If' uc11ll b.,.-k God onl\· knuu h••" ::~~i~~d~=~~;;'1~ i:::~·r.';~~e:~e r. :".Y_. ';;,~~e I-'~:.: l~~r:l"are li~e my ~:mi~':.t adeq1 1te aero dmlif .u Publif·ht·plth vflk1al11 who ht•lped draft tht· lt~"lation ..rt• NY go er r P h t h P lt. f b" t O ps ooffledbytht'rt"acwmH•·pr•·si·nt . . v no us es oug er ena 1es or 1go gr u ~~;::,::'.,'.,~',::':~:.~: ~~:::':,:·;; h111h lnt· ~:~.~ :~f i~h~hl•~~~.~~:i:~,~~11'.~ =~~I lh MARC lll'MHEltT Al.llASY. ;-., Y u\l'i-(;u\· Marn ~·unm•• hn~ u lll'W 1d1·a to dt•Al with hlllll<nmt·BlhMtb .. •11YMt'iJUldlw11 Ct•m1•romiiil'"' 11ud hn·ak loiuam11 HrearJinpl't>J>OILlll• lh·mocr1ttl'u1•mn'Blat,..tpr"l'l'llll I• h .. 1l.at••S.·n111e·-1<1·pohl1canrna J01lywoul Tealttoui;ch..-1><"n11lt1• fc cnml'lll romtnltlt~I ou1 of prt'JU tf• bit only .. -ht'o thecnmrs •rr con iunt'dbyacro•P• h .. n wl :moprnpuaalccouldb aed n •u .11 utbelWl6ranal h calOt' ~Howard 11-htmd )l!h Aulf1•1. lulmg of \"1111uf ll•w·ktna. 11 lh·y• r :i blac·k killed ')' l{T( p fvo .,l(wh1~m .. n1n Hriroklyn,('oomo1·oun .. l'l E\'anDs vii •md(kt.ti Th111111ootwhutw·t·wuuldlikl'in anidt·alw••rld.butwefttlit"·1llc.>v N mo11t ufth~cast'I:· •aid ('unmu'11 1·h1ef le111tl 11dnwr of th~ lat""t pn,. J>••1tl ''V.\·art>h••pinl(itwillmtl"rt'llt thrS•>f!a\ .. ("uomointhtplll<th1tdpu11hl'dun 11nufullyforab11••n-latedcnrnt' b1llth1<twoold •wapplif'flt<1m<11· nd1 J orgroupan11pr<m11ted b\ bll{0.1)'. l'nd .. r tie ww t'OP<*!l-1. ><)lt'Clal prnnlti•w1 Id 8\ailableonl) when II bias-rt' ted cnm .. m volved 81 t thn perprtral<H"ll, •Sid ()a\'111. Th~rt· arr talks underway; said Edward Murtm. 11 HJ}O•kf'Mman for ~\.Uk St·nlllt· Majorlly Leader Halph Manno. a l..1•n11 [1<l11nd Republican But w·r ha\'t·n·1 agreed un any thmg'' MartmHidthetalkllan-"tillat thr-taffh·\·elonthtlat .... tpropo1111I Jn ndd1tion to e<1\·mng crimes b1111t'd on ra~'l'lllldl't'hlflou11on .. nl.a tion. ('unmo'• i'l'l'P"•al "·oold al110 appl~ tu 1·nrn- c.1mm1tted 111tain~t hum...-xll.lll1. That c-ovrraii ... for crimt'9b.....tOP ... xual onrntat10n haio~11m111or•tumbhn11:block with thr S.·nMle'• GOP ma/ •Tit}' in the put. We m1J•t cc;.~·l'I' Hxual oriml.a 11 .. n." aa1 ll11v111 'Tht>go~emorin-s1" t><unth11t Howt•\ll'r, anoth1•r •·h1tOll< ' 1t n1·wpropu11aliMthuttlw11Ifh-rp1·n alt]("I madt· availnhll' ""''"Id he t111·krtlontowh111n .. rs•·ntrnc"t'll11r1 handeddownb\'11Jod11efo tl .. uo dt'rlymgcrimt' Prt'\'ioualy. ('uoml\hlld<'allt-d r mcreal•llnR th• lt·nl of h1 11 r wht'n biaawaa n\·< vrd_ n1T1 ml[ thelevelofth lrrou\ m na lonl{erpri1"n11t ll'n A prublt•m with tlat p; said Jlavia, .. .., th1•t rouldn't be charl{ed with nt' more ... nuua than m n!t-r Su, wh , amurder111emm"lfr<mab1.., 1·181 ed inndent there wo dn"t be a1v Wll)'Vfraiain11thl•nd n: tfoa Hot undn lht• Ill""' 11rn1">M8L •·xtra Hick Chiotti of th~· i;\att· llt·part pTIMontimt•wouldlK·latkl'dontothe mentofllt·11lth11nd En\'irunnwn 1wrm11l 11t·olt·nt·e for the cnml'. If ll tal ~dt•m't'll, MUrt!.•r wa• invoht-d and the culprit "Thl' pn·mi!M· ot tht• hill UI iroocl wua ><1·nt1·m~-d to ;,d", )-eara·h>-hk he There nl>t-d" to h<• mort· ..dUl"Hlioll would 11:1·t a 1~>nKt'l"ut1~·e ... ·ntt'o«• of dirl'l·h-d at Jwopll' w h•l 11r1· nt risk" iH·-tu i5·yuntaddt>d to that under forcuntr11t·ttn1111c11u1r1~limmuno tb" new propoa111 ddit·iency ~~·ndr,,mt·. ht· 11a1d ,,:f ~~et<~~:::~~,~~~r('::~:; mi~t S~·~."~ilj'~'.:!:~.1TJi\1~~:,d the i\'1ct11m would carry an exu11 la. a phyeician and ,.p .. n11<> of the .ntf'n(lP with • mimmum of :ll' St>natt' bill ~n, l we have l< 11art monlhl tind c maximum tof lf'~· .. n •omrplace:• years undn the ("uomn pn>pto•al There alt 10m1 u1•as of thill r af•lfladd111onwwh11te\'t"l"1>thet bill that aredifficul t• int1•rprtol. 11t l\t'l\(e w111 handPd du..,·n for th• Bl(rf'('(i('hiotti ·'Oh\10 Jy,1t ma)· 11nc..rlym11cr1me rt'Q1irt'1omt' :lju•tinl{ FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 7 Names Project quilt is now 14 acres, 16 tons Quilt shows common threads By JOA~ HA~Al'EK l'J>I F .. a1~n-Wr11 .. r NEW YOKl\.-Tht• AlllS M .. mori a!Quiltwl'il(hlliiton><andc·m·en­an expant<t.- of I~ anu· nnd lrHl{'I· cally1tn11<t1lll(ruwm1oe. Eat·h thrt't· h 1111toot pant>l commi.-murutt'tl n l1k ln><t lo AIDS and tht· 11tory bt·hind flHufthoeit• pant·l11will l>t' told on ''('nmmun Thread11: Stom'll Frum Tht· '~uilt: t-0 debut on llHO Sund11\, !U)(). IO:J.'>p.m llou1<ton tmH· Uu~\ln llnttmnn nurr11ka und theor11(molmu1<icw111<f11m1><>11t'tl and donuu-0 by Gramm\··•••mning Bobby ltkFnrm Of tht· pt·opl .. who tdl lht· Ho· ri!'ll, two l(a~· m1·n and tht· wilt· of anl\'drugu111·rh11wt .. 11tt'rl11<..U ti"e for tht· All>S "irus. Tht· mt·n aredyinK;th .. womnntM>fortl-1<!1< HI\' poalll\t' hut ha>1 "h""n no signofduwut·. lt's11.tritt·;1ndtn111<mto111yth1· way to t·\·ukt- an 1·motion11l rt'­lponse to a larKt"lit"lllt- human ta tatitruphl'i•tonam,..,tht-focUHtu 1ndi\"idual1·a;;t It wnrlui agam th1;; liml' in th11 documentary on AID.S. th·t- who dit'd from it and the lo~·M om• who. onl' way or anothl'r. al"" aN• vicltmsofthedi;;l'ase The t1l<oril'>< reflect11oml'oftht­facn of AIDS Sara Lewinstl'in tt•ll,. about her life with IJr. Tum Waddell. a de<"athlon 11tar who comJ)('tl'd in tht• 1961' Summ1•r Olympite in Mexico City Both w1•r1'goybutth1•ywnnu•d tohtlVI• n t·hild tol(Nh1·r-a daught1·r who now will l(l'OW up without n fatlwr. Vito Hu><><o and Jl'ffrl'y St·v(·ik W\'r(' 0 gay ('QUI)[(• S(•Wik Willi thl• Hr><t to ht- diagnost>d a;; ha\"inl( AIDS. Iii$ rt'a('tion was to with dra11. in><idt• himMt•lf S1·\"tik • dt•ad. but Hu~so 1;; dl'tl'rmint'tl to fight AIDS in an.•- way ht-can un til''thl'daywhen""l'tan1<t11padd mil to Thl• Quilt and put it awa~- Sallil' Perryman ~1.1,od by· ht-r hushand.Ho~rt.forthefivl'wars It to11k him to shake the I\" druf( habit_ lh- did. ultl' th1· birth of th .. 1rdauwht1·r. but bytht·nht-had All)S.Sallwtutt'd1><,.1t1veforthe Aills v1ruK but 111 dt·lt-rmmt-d nut Sul1 und Il1n1d M11ndt'lr11 younl( ion. Iluvid ,Jr. wu11 a h1·mophihu .. who j.C<>I AllJS from tht·blood pmd111·thl'hudtoulll"to 11un·i•·1· Th1·n·'1111tou1·hmKHt't'nl' wht·rt•h1·undTValwn'J\lf'rh11t Fm11lly. t\a•-y Commundt·r Tr111·yTorn-y tulkM11houthiHdl'ad lo\"\•r,lundHt·apt'11r1·h1ll't't])u,·id Cnm1>l>t'll.nndtlwrdauonHhiphl' nt•\t·r Ufknowl1·dg1·d 01wnly Torn\ dit'tl 11hortl~· uftt·r hf:inll filmt•dfor"('ommonThrt·;u\11:• Tht• k1·y to tht· ><111"1"1'11 uf tht· film. whkh 19 mtt·r><ix·rm'tl with th1•dtiadlyt1ttlli1<llt">1ofAll)S.wa11 in 1nckm1oe fln· 1<t.ont'tl thut "l'Tl' rt·pn•1t·ntut1n·. tout·hmg and ca pahlt• ol humanizinl( and partku lartzinl( th1· c.11><1''\1<1' and 1ta \'lt' H"h Ep1<1t•in. co-dirl"t·&or with ,Jt.tln•v Fnedmun of Common The Quilt on the Mall Houstonians ject's sign-in who attended panel in Wash­the national ington, D.C. showing of the Last weekend. AIDS Memori- The Nam es Pro-a! Quilt dis- ject sponsored played the seven PW As to Houston attend the Names Pro- event, as well as providing vol­unteer unfolders, monitors and repair crew for the massive display. Decline found in Frank hometown support HOSTO!\ Al' -T 11tl'11t p un H.·p H 'rn· -, t"· 11nk 11h,..,., 11 d«hn" II hc'31Flown •llPl><•rl 1in{"(' hil :lu1dosurt' c•f bavm11 pa1d11mnlFpT011htuto•for•·xand thPnhinn11h1m ... aJ"'r110nala.;· .. i11tant. at-rord1n111<111 publilihed Of:1tMlro·1r11terwl•·•·lf'UpG1lt>d. only561,..rt·•·nl1a1dth1·,-11.-uuld rtturnth1·~!.1M11rhu•"'tt><l>t•mo cratto('.,nKrl'H,tht>pol111&1d Tuet1day lna!\1·"~"t't'kpollla11t month.li:.!Jlt'rnnto!thl'voc.ersm l'rank'1d111tri1·t11Udht1hould notrtto>Kn TheT11b ... 1~·klynew11p11perre­p1> rtt'd thnt 74 pt'rt'l'nt11uid they wouldh1n•t•\'olt..lforhanklll" forl'thrdiM·loaurtofh11relation ahipwith ~lt·ph1·n I. Gob1e 'If C'Olllffl'9.lll"nal elt'<"llon11 w('rt ht·ld la11t "'ttk. """'" une· half of :-.;,...,·tnn'• \"<>lt'H would ch0<-to r~IO'("t Frank. but hill homl'tm•-n 111pport has 1hpPfd 1iirmfirantly.'' thl' Tab slUd)"C'O!lclUdi"I! S1•tet'npl'l'<'l'ntoftbOMpolJ.d <kt 2 .aid tilt')· would n '' have voted for Frank b..forl' th· G ·LI' -randal that ttupted in A11~ Thatn11mb..rlfTl'"W'.!.. p..-rC"t'ntfo .,..,-mK thed111el""urea, thF111rv1y n•d t·rank 1ipolr.ttman l)ouwhu Cahn declined to t'Omm .. nt Tu<!llday un th" Oct. 2 Tab 1111rwy. 11.hich ... 11.11 :It·· 111oenedtodetermml'h•"•rl'<.ffitrt'•-... l11tum11 ahout the C'OnlfT"IM<mt1n 11.ouldaffectub1dfor~dK·tinn Amunll" thc>Ae que81ioned m thl' Tab 111rvey. 47 percent 11aid thl'y "'uuld not ~·otl' for Frank bt'<"au .. tof h" admllted poor judl{ml'nt m hia reht1ionahip with Gobit'; 19per{'('nt cited Frank"aadmi .. sion hl'hirt'da prOlllitute, snd 7 percent nott'd hi11 l!l'1111alpr('ferente Hut:J7percentoftho~1·q11t"t<tiont'd 11aid the above fattora would not 1way their \"otu. aC"cordinl( to thl' p11llconductl'd by F1r11tH.t'M'archo! Bo1ttm Thl' stud\-. which had a margin of error of plull or minua ti pen'l'nt qutl'twned 1;i2 regi11tued llf.mf>­crata, lJ2lndependentandnon·af· filiatedwt~nand36~pub!ita11to detf'Tmme how recent "'''tlati n1 11.h IF 11nk W•Uld afl .... ·t l hid fc-n't' A1pok11.,••t.:::tan lorth .. local l'l.ct1oncomm1M1ionll.81d1h .. t<> t.albl't'11kd,,wnfor4ti/,,..2rt·!fili· tered \·otpn H>< u! April I.., . .,,. IO!l !lt•motTal><, ll',2tM lnde­p< ·n<ll!nt and non-11ffihated vo• ('r>< au<! _.,,~70Kl'pubhcan ... t"runk. 11 flH'lt'rm ("ltnj{rt1111" m1111and1>Ul!!l'"kl'n hh..rnlwhu wa>< r ... l'lt't·tt..J o, .. rv.hl'lmmKl)' in l!lN\ llhl'r dillt'IOIUnK hi11 h ... moflf'xuahtylhl'yearht-fore,l!l'nl a ll'lll'rlll hiatnn1111turnt.ala111 monthapo]oKJz1nwfor"1<ome11e nn1111 m111tskt·1 m JUdKmt·nt YNlrlilll{<,. l"hl' 11 0111<•· l'lh1t• comm1ttl'e hsM .,.hlod11!('(f an mqu1ry into Frank'" ll'lmonth relauonMhip with(lohir .... ·hoda1m11hl'ran11 11ro><t1tutwnrinl{uutofthecon 11rl'1><man·1 Cap11ol Htll apart ml'nt Frnnkhuai·kn••wll'dgt'dp11y '>KGob1eforR':i:11ndthenhmng h11n a .. a pt'n.t•n&lPlili1<t.antand dn•·er. but 18)'1hethl't'w Gob11' >lll"''h<'nhelearnedoftheprotti uhon •p<Praum Thrl'at •aid in 1t..rv ·11. that th .. y· ana prodla"r Hu Cou1urie 1<tartt'd with thous m.a of lt·llt'f!I that c"ml' into the ~AMESProJt-<:tinSanFrnm ac). thl'l(l'OUpthatllBrt•-d.Th .. (luiltin 19.>ij. "Frum thot;t· we dishllt'<i about :lfKI pot<1ihilitiu; hl' 1111id. '"Frun th•"'e :lt)(I, ""made phon .. tul111 und prdnkrvil'wt~I all<>Ut fiO Pl~,. 11k on half-int•h vidt't> \llJll• ThPn W{•whittlt-ditdown totht•fat·in tht·film "\\\· wt•n· intt•rt·11tt-d m find1111ot Pt-<>JJll' who ... ·uuld hrt·Hk through tht- ><tl·rt~>typ+.•s and 11ho" that AllJS not only allt'<"tll tht· peoph· pt·rn·ivt'ti tu IX' in hi1oth ri111k groupH,hutalaoth1·irfamil1t'tland lrit·nd11. It .1<1Jiral11 out frnm tht·n• Wt•wantt-dtotak•·thost·pt-<•Ph-m thl' conkxt of th1· ,\JIJS .. p1d .. m1c to datl' and 11how hi><turkally h••W 11.-t·P.11 a ~0t'iety· hawrl"Spondt'd· with wan11 of nt'f[lt't'I. hy11t1 l andc ... mp, >TI. ·1t1oro ·happ 1 ml( atom J-: LI' It. irK·1 .1 tht' !11'4 ,\,11d :ny A ... 1uJ-wmnmK docu ml' t n fo.1tture, "Th~ T1m11 of llun-l'}' ~hlk:· uplamo..:I. wh11t he h .. ped "( 'onmwn Thr1•ad11" would K't'llmpl1"h.1rn.\"inJf. F1rd.w1•11111thopeton·11chJ)("i pl1·11h1·art11.0nt'l'Y"Url'at·hth1'1r h1a1U,th1·irmin<l><willfolluw.l·1 timat..ty 11ll w1·1·11n 111<k i11 for pt~•· 1•lt· tu d1·nl with th1Hdl1<1'UM' with 1·ompa111oon ond humunity. w(' w11nttHhr1·11kthrn11Khlhl'conttpt thutth1·rt·un•innon·nt\"klllm>n11 ••Pl>Ol<t·dtothn!!l'\ll~>pkwhomij.Cht h11,·t· at<k,-.1 for AIDS t\ubody· U><kll for AlllS Tht-rt' i11 no 11uch thm1oeasuno11-1nno1·pnt\"it·llm ·1 think Tht· quilt i><ull about t' •mpm1111un. a \t'fltimony to how rr1·JJ.t1n· and ("(>Ur11i.:1~>U8 1h1· hu man .. pint1·anlll'mthela1·puftn~ m•·ndt>U>! 1rn1oe1·dy Wt· i1ltt0 haw thiH runnm1oe thro·ud throul(h tht· film of tho· horr1fytnl( hi11tnry of th11<1·1udt·mn·1ln<i ht•W f><'Opll' ha•·t­~ l·11lt wuh it in It..,. than t~>mpat<· AIDS protester arrested for spitting 1:,-;·. ~-~L.llAH.l:\E ,;c·mrnn I.OS A!\GELES cl"l'll--i'ro"t~·u torswil!uHca;;('archwurr11nttonn po3l'BnAllJStehtonamanarrt"t<tt>d for8pi\ttnKOnapoliCl'officf'rdorinlt" a raut'OU& prutl'el b~- All>Sa('U•·111ta d('mandinKtheKO''t'rnmt'ntl'Bllt'rl' 1trirt10n• on <'ILJ)t'rim .. ntn drul(ll< fi11htth .. dr..a,'di111:alM! lnoneufthearj.Ct'St .. \IIJSci•·mon· ~tnouona l'\'t'I , !."" Anl(t' ··•,about 400 rt1'·i11ts Imm l.:>11 An C'S. l.onj!" H1.. nd OranK~ ( 'ou11ty l>llr>l(I'" dnm>11, blew whU.tl n mkt'd &rm>< to xk h n 1n en •runn· ~.Ill' • ofire 1Ld1r>ii; n w,,.,..,.ood ~ rtly ft..,.• nr111e {)(!ti Wh .. n <'ll'IPi"Y- gan 1h Wtnl( '•P for work al t twc '"un ter •nd•:ouldnottnto ~ b 1ldn(. ern[ .. !finrsmo\·~-.,;!1nanll~~ o~•t Ull "'f'H' Al'rt'Sled ff tri'9p&llLnK and b!c><·lung the main' itrante. Ft'tieral omc .. ra wore 1url{i mBl'ks.plas11cla<'<'1ih1ddH,Kan·1·1 11nd lrutht•r ~don·li on·r lat<-x wtovt'S ·1opro,·1depn:.ec:im11romthepo!I· a1hihtyult'Xl"'llUl'1 ohodily 11111'11 11ud ~lik,.J.ionlOn. apok'11num f, th1•ft'tl1·raJ(;,.n,...aL >tn-1teaA• n111· •~tratinn m [,.,a AnK lt•a. S,·\'t•n prole1•t<'rt1alM•"'t•rt·urn·a1 1..! ''n 11dd1tirmal t·h1 r511·sol n·~u;titil( arr .. 11tandnnt'wa11drnr11•>tl"·11h1ut aault. foratlt·l{t-<Hv ~I' tl111K' n ar f­fit.. r. ('11p1 ,/uhn Hi All hutont·oftht· proh·att·l'l!Wf'rt ntedandrF!t·a~•·d. Th1·m11nan:u~t>d of 1<p1t1Lnl( on Hwr. I' .l'r ~'K"l. 11 l"1·1.A11raduah·at0Jent "Ii urn..d ovortuf..d1-ralm11"'h"I" S11(al.:.!.'>ofWt'Rtllullyw"od,w • latt-r re~Bllf'd by a fo-d..,.al ma11111" trat .. ,>nS:->.OOOl>0t1J.,;1&"ald :lnutfor mally Fnter a pl<'a. nd h11i arr11ignmn1twasM'tfor '\ .. , A,;ailitanl l-,; AUome)' l'atn1·111 lleaman 1d a.lu- w••uld lft'lt a lit'lirth ml 't'qUlrtnl{ Soj{.d I• 111' :r.1• '"" ,1,~w1 '" 1 f, th•·A[HS ,.m Bwrr,.qu1·~h th•·tt tundt'rlt I'"'''-' r.n of Miii\<• tu ... - th11t 11Jlo..,-~ !I 1·011rt to ordt•o AIDS tl'Mtl< of l'rott·at orlt"Bnizera aa1d that, 88 S11(al wn11·hantmK mto Bier' a face. 1om~ 1<pitth· Mtruck thl' f('der11J ofli· rcr. S1Kal d•ieii not haw the AIDS vi .1,lh1•ya11ic Tht· l'rotefllt•rll Bllll> blltl'rly ct•m plam1·d,,ft>xc~·,...1•·eforn·uMedto11r­rnt them Wt•wt·rt·11111rpn.aed 111tht·b..ha,- 10r from th" ftdt·ral 1~•hrt'.' said~tl' pht·n Eurly, 11nothn pml•'l'lt'r- "W~ 11~kt'd th••Jll lwlort>hand hu"' tooon ~U<·t oun.t·lvo·a to11vo1d vml~ace. We fttlth..-.. •lidn tkttpupthf'irend<f lh•har11i.in' i'rot,..tl'n;OC1U•edpoli("<'ofkl<"k •nll al Lntit on1 of th• demoru.t1 h•ni." man 11h,, th•.vliatd .. -aa,.uf f1·rmgtr<•m All>S.11ndhurtmi;i:o1 pr1 hy faatpmn111->l •tu:h11ndt·ul I< 1L11hlly It 11.·aHcomplt•\<'IY r<ntt'Olpt1blt­a1d t<•tallyunnt'CN&lry. 11rotl'Mtl'r J lllt'll l\UIH~\ld. -]1 ... , tht•18d d l><l><"Ctl ~ 1..ar 1 1w<lunypohnmiMe<>n "' Ori.:-•1111z''" amd tht• ckmnnMtra tum """ h1·ld lo pro!t·~L whut tht'\' ctt'ft('rllot•lUMti·<!..rulurndu1non111,. Jro,·11111 •·xp•'n11wntal drul(a for U>W h\· Alll~ 11ulfrrn11olt·~1"'rlllt•forun~ th11111!hat "llli;i:1nth1·mhopl' Wt• "uni <tllu kn aml ~·a~ll'r a( '"" o AlllS nn~ht·H!Jon, un 1·mn ~·· frtit-ral pt1.gr111n i;i: .. uro-d to ,. di.j.C .\llJS-.makm11 it th~· ai;i:t· a· an<'lnnt>ndt.o1tlldiKr1m1n1ttw1i f II All>~ pt'TIK 'UI. Wo·want >tall Iii pt-d and""- 11.aul ("h>p Su th~mwr. 11 rnemher r A( ·T l" P n acron\m ft Allis {"LJ.11! ll i to l'nl1. .1 111hl'.,w1 Tht>y11l.o<l1·mnud1'<ithatth .. ~o\" \ 1mf'Ol .- ... at•·. IHlllOnMI ht' Ith ro pro1Cr11m101•1'1>"1 health .n f1 HI mdudtnl( hep •r •ml h .oL '11 t1I' We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice A dramatic film about the Alll8 epidemic had a 11pe­cial 11Crt'l'ninK Ott. 5 m \\'11i;hington. focu1<111g on thl' livl'floffivepeoplewho diffi from AIDS and how thl'ir lo"ffi ones came to tl'rm11 through part1cipalr in11 in the AIDS Memorial Ouilt. a lfi.ton patchwork containing 10,500 ind1vidu al panels (•ommemorating •·11·t1mMofthl'dit1ease. Onhandforthl'premiere of HHO·a .. Common Thrl'ad'1': 8toril'I from the quilt" were Grammy Award-winner Bobby Mcl'i.-rrin. who composed thl' ongmal mut1ic for 1he film. and Sena_ Frank l..autt'nbl-rK. l).r.;.J, How ard Ml'lzt:nbaum. D·Ohio. and Chn11topher Dodd. D Conn Eh:mbl'th Tayloz; chair· man of the American Foun dation for AIDS Rt'llearch, '1'l'nt a "ideotaped introduc· tiun to the film, calling it an im1piring story of love and bravery. lt'saboutordi· nary peoplefacingextraor· dinal)' hardships" Bill Couturie, a co-produc­er of the film, said the pr<>" vam dt>rnonstratet that ':AID8 ia still an epidemic. We wantl'd to show how it affKta people on a pef'l!onal le•·el and hopefully that will getthemet111ageout'.' It was a time for politicking By RICHARD V. WEEKES Th .. Montra&eVoi~ While C11rolyn Farb'• fundraising luncheon for th\' Greall'r Houston AIDS Alliance lallt week did ju1t that-raise money-it also ga•·elocalpoliticiansanol>"' portumty to ra111mg aome­thinl( eh1e-11upport Prommentofflceraeekert werl' in abundance. pre.a inl( palm11 and committing themJ;t'lvt'll to thl' fight al(ain11tAIDS Among them; :State Sena tor Craig Washington. run ning for thl' late Mickey J_.e. land"11 l.'.S. t'<tngreNtional l;l'at in Di .. trict HI; City Councilman Vince Ryan. runninl(al(aininDiatrict:J; State Kepre;.('ntauve Debra Danburg, 8('('king r('('le<> tion 111Dii;trict1:J7;andfor mer director of the lmmi 1oeration andNaturalizauon Service. Le()nel Ca11tillo, 11('('king the at-large city ct)uncil 11eatin District4 Mi11sing All llou11ton mayoralcandidall'1 VITAMIN NATURAL ESSENTIAL TIMED RELAXANT , LECITHIN A~I~~ RELEASE E-1Q.D i L-rnvPr~PHAN ! soFTGELs L-~'siNE CtQ90 _______________ 1 ____ i;: _________ L ____ ·_:: _____ 1 _______________ L __ :~-~:;:~ __ J v.-.;c FA(-• GTF CHROMIUM : : MAXIMUM : ! ! CAL-MAG I j FBURY2,EGETE1 j ASUPERN ! : 0 L•MIT0N£ : 6f JOOtng : ----YEASf----1 :~:..~c~!. r----v1TA~7Nr··-i ser~~~UM i MN .. .. us ! SBETA:T i , ! ! CAROTENE : ____ :. _ ~~-----i-~::~.:~:_: ___ i·---------------;-----~---------+---~;!·:: _ j Nl T~~~~~ ! lN< ·'NH~AT ! COLON l NPF ! RR~~~E i ODORLESS ! MAXI • ! CLEANSE i "== ! STRESS i GARLIC ! OMEGA-3 ! 12oz. ' FORMULA ! CALM -160 ! l !•NTESTINALClEANSER! i - ! 1961 Wesr Gray. 11:;1 520·8482 7541 Wesrher·ner Rd. 71: 1975·7094 12576 Wesfhe1me1 Rd. {713J s;1.9z:-1 Ask about tree delivery to olk;e or home MONTR< ;EV< CE FRI )AY ICTl)BER 13, 1989 Koop's still Events: Skating, mailout stuffing, cholesterol testing around here lltht- Ewrt>tt Koop. Ttw lurmt-1 JTJ(Km Jt'l'nt'ral. knuwn for h1•01Jlbpok1· •1yl1• 1tnd work agam11t .. mokmJ( and Alll~. w1ll l>t> th1• hofllola..i· ril.'!lofhl·alth ~, ..... ·111111 for :'\B< lntht'Bet;p1•c111h1;Ku .. p11md.··1 want IOJt"l\'t• un hmwt1t 11pprai11al ot th1· nution"11 ht·alth rnntl'rn11 and to hdp Amt·rinlnN promot1> tht-irl{oodh1·ulth.prt-vt·ntdiwt·a .. 1· andfindn·n1M•n11hl1·hN•lth(·nrt-ul r1•u•unahlt·1·,,.1." ;Jln JRcmorg of - Frank Villareal The Houston Gay and Ul&btan Po. lluoal Caucus w1U oonduct. Its elec­Uon newsleu.er ma1lout on Oct 14 and 15 and ls aeek1ng volunteera ID help stuff the newslett.er The caucus wtU be ma.1.llng over 13.000 new81eu.ers for the coming eleo­t> O~ Volunteers are needed between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on S&turday, Oct. 14 and Sun day, Oct. 15 at the caucus' omoee. 900 Lovett. Sulte 101. Refresh mente wW be served. For more in formauon. call 521-lCXlO -PWA Coalition skate party The PWACo&.11Uon Houston1shav lngarollersk&t.lngpa.rcyintribute ID etate Rep. Debra. Danburg on Sunday, Oct. 29 at the Bell&lr8 Skatr 1ng R1nk. 5811 Chimney Rockjuat aouth of the Southwll&t Freewa.y The pal1;y w1U be from 7:00 ID 9 00 p.m H&lloween oostume8 are en oouraged. Cost. ls 110. with all pro­~ ID beneflt the OO&l.IUon The Urban An1mala and the Colt 45's w1U be special gueet.s for the «v9nt. For information or dlrec­uons. call the coaliUOn omoes at 622-6408 -Pastor honored The Rev. Dr Donald W S1nCl&1r. pas. tDr and d.trect.or of AIDS m1n1strlas at Berlng Msmor1&1 United Meth od1st Church, lathe 1989rectplent of the annual religious esrv10e award sponsored by the National Confsrenos of ChriBt1ans and Jaws He w1U be presented the award by US. Dist. Judge Woodrow Seals in a ceremony to be held at 3 00 p.m Sunda.y.Nov 19atSt.Luke'sUnlted MethodlBt Church, 3471 Wssthetmer John Henry F'aullt, not.edauthorandhwnor1st. will be the featured guset speaker The NOC.J.&non·proflt1nt&rf&1th huma.n relauons org&n1z.at1on. preesnte the award MCh year ID a lees vtailllls rellglOuB profsanonal of Howit.on. The award hon· caring for people w1th AlDS. Rev Sincl&1r serves on numerous boards and oommiu.see whlch ra1ae oommunit;y oonactouanes8 and 8ddree8 the l8Sus of AIDS. Ria oommltment and perststsnos in organlzlng and raislng tund8 for city wide programs contributed ID the development of Bertngs pro­grams, which nowlncludeadent.&l clln.lc. a oounsslllng osnter. and adult day care center, an emergen cy &&81st&nce progr&m and nwner­ous support groups These pro­grams have become models for the de81gn of other m1n1Btr1e8 acroaa theUnltedStat.es -Choleaterol tut"'4I Great Earth Vitamin Store, 1961 West Gray, will offer cholesterol tssUngfrom l(}OOa.m. ID l;OOp.m on S&turday, Oct. 14 Test reeulta will 1nchlde Hdl, Ldl. VLdl. tr1gl.yosridee ' re.tJo6 and r18k groups. For addiUOnal informa­uon. call 520-6482 ors creauve and BJgnl!lcant oontr1but1ons ID the &olu· uon of a problem or l8sus oonfrc lting !.he lOmmuni ty Rev. S1nel&1r waa choesn spec1tlcal1y for h1s l86dsr­sh! pln~e!OptnSoutreach progre.m. for psl'80ns af. Montrose Reigbbor­bood -llomanovalcy & Phillipo Romanovsky and Phtlllps. gay aongwrttera with a bent for 8elf revsl&- fect.ed by AIDS when the problem waa reos1vlng very lit.tie attenuon from the rellg1ous communlt,y: Challenged wtth bigotry, he es­tablished hlmself and Bertng Church aa part of the network of oommuplt.y baesd org&nlzaUons Uon. witandpollucal mssaages, w1U per· form at the Unlvel'SI ty of Houston's University Center at 7:30 p.m Sund.l\Y.Dec. 3. Theoon­cert wW fall nMrtheendofathrss month national tour with more than 40 stops. The Blngsrs' Hous­tDn sponsors are Metapt\Y81qusa and the Unlvsrslty of Houston Gay and 1-blan Student ABlloo1aUon T1clulte w1U be available in No­vember at lnkllllgll. LOBO and Lu· CLa'e Garden. as well as by ma.l.I trom Met&pl\y81quse. Box 542327. Houston. Tx 77254- 2327 ln honor of their label. Freeh F'Nl.t Rsoords. Romanovsky and Philllps will also sppear at the Or­ange Show during their Houston stop The reoord Signing will be heldat300p.m.the~oftheUH ""T"h°e" "o'r ange Show, a oolorlul folk art exh!blUon which Is "one man's monwnent ID th8 trult he loved best;' lsat2401 Munger Road.near the 1\11.sphons Road exit off I-45 Metaph,yslquse le a HoustDn baaed company that offers classee and med.It.at.Ion tal)88 emph&BIZlng the .. interoonnecuon between bod y. m1nd and splrtt:· Ite low iml)&CL asroblca work.outs t'l'equentl,y fea ture the ffi\l81C of Romanovslcy and Phllllps The ~era' Tensschsdulealao 1nciudeeAmar1llc.AustJnand.ten· t.a.uvely. Dallas -Home tour A kitchen and tit.th home tow; ID be eponsored by the Houston Kitchen and Bath Profsr810nals from 1 :00 p.m. ID 5:00 pl L Oct. 14 and 15. wtllbenef'ltThs Mdren'sHoms.a resldenU&l f&cU cy for Infante and chlldren with A D8 A w1de varle 'f of ldtchen and b&th designs an l ideas in both re­modeled and n. w homes w1U be Bhown 1n the l t tour homes. A '2 donation ID Tii. Chlldren's Home will be aooeptt 1 at each of the bomes. Any ti~ W1l1 also admlt the be&rer ID the bonus homea in the tour free of cha.rge Tlckete w1ll be avaJ.lable at. each of the tour homes and a map will be dlspiayed for 668y dlrecUons. 'lbur homes are located at 6039 Hsathergten. 1221 l R1p van Winllls. 335 Kn1pp Forest. 9144 Kennfllworth. 4537 Evergreen in Bellaire, 12007 Winwood, 104 Glenwood. 3865 Wickersham, 1004 Bomar. 12431 Moesycup, 5696 Bayou Glen and 703 Saadlswood. Bonus homes are at 2019 Convsrss. 6637 Bromp!Dn, 4919 Wasterdale and 6203 Wat.erback in Weston Lake8 A kitchen and bath planning sem1nal' will be held Wednseda,y, Oct.18trom lOOOa.m. to300p.m at the HOUSLOn LICJ,t.!ngandPower !nergy Informauon Center. 6700 West. loop South. All 8888i0ns are free and refreehm8nte will be ~- Also tn oonnecuon wtth the group's oelstlrat!on of OCtobsr as 'Kitchen and Bath Month~ a Ger­man sr.yle '"Chunklefe11t"' will be held atCablnetS and Dseign.s. 3637 W Alabama, from 4 00 pm. ID 8 00 p.m on OCt. 25. Kitchen and Bath Conoepte at 2627 WP.Stheuner w1U host a ~kitchen chntcM on OCt. 28 from I 00 ID 2:30 p.m The Chlldren's Home os.rse for chlldren, from birth to auc years of f1€8, who are HIV poeltJ.vs or have AID6 or A1IC For information on th8 home tourors.nyoftheHoustonK1tchen and Bath Month evente. call any of the participante or 526-1755 ;t>~:~:.,'':.'~;::.1~:~"" Austin Chronicle readers organize protest grocer's decision FernanCl)4 'T1eteryne•l1ons •v· eel bro!I><'< Homer Many ot F 'k • iur. erous lrienCJs ~att ered Oct Houst< i tor 1 Me )ro Man at St Arnes _"ho Cn ch an a ele­bralion )t islofe Fr1nkhad1,ve~1nHouston!orover 1Jyea•s Hewasanact~ memberol 'ne·»anaF;JunClat1onan,sangw1th 1he I Arm 1ch r Th emonet.ol hos cari 'IO sp t. eflervncer oeraon- 9hty 1r :lspo tan )USBm w' :ing bee en1h!Ml - William Gordon Billy" Carl isle Jr. Nov 17. 954- Vet • 989 Borr 11 Ho )n B y attend J MarkTw iE en! rylndMe '" alJ(anCISr H iScl'l>OIS B1lly1ssur· V1vedbyh1tpar( 1$,l.<OfdonlnCIS•S· syCarl11le1t1C1111lerMa11naCarll1le We11know.,forhsioveo!d09s.B• •y pOttelse<l th 1rt1stoc ab1l1ty to bn~ou!lheperso a11ty teecha• mathegroom•'d Al -~Tl:"" 'CPI 1-!iupporll"r>< olt/w Au~tm Chninidt·. mdudinK ,;o,•\'l'T algayaetivi~tgToups.orKani1t'd;1 prolHI last wi.•:kt·nd ai.:ain~t tht· II EH gl'Vl·~:ry chain hl'caullt' (>f it.ii dt'C'i.sion to ban the al\t'rnutiw The San Antonio·ba>«'<i t;upe markl't Kisnt ~aid Oct. 4 it v. ill m 1 allow the newspaper to be diatnh· utedat1ti1liarea1<toreahl'c.·auM·oi l'omplaint.; that the papn"11 pt·r 11t•nalad\·ertiHemcnti1prom;1tt'ho· mo11exuality and prom1 .... ·u1ty Kart•n Kt·nter. :V.. an ti t-:B ~hoppt•rwho has lx>t>n al·tivt· m tht· l'!lrt•nt·Tt·ot·her A&11<1Ciation. 111id 11he ori;ianiud th1• pkkt·t11 to pro tot''tht·tr11111plingofourl'"n11t1tu tional right.ii" '"Wt•reJ(oinJ(tuheburninKour St•!i .. ·tCirch•cardssndl{NlinJt"pl· titionsll>J(eth!'rjuwttolt'1th1·pM ph• at H.E.B. know that tht­n ·adershipol thel"hronid1•1snot s 1:1mall.sclectl{Toupof1wrwrae pe<1ple.'11aidKent1-r.th1 motheruf s .. ll'<"t ('in·le.,. the companys n'""'l'll'<·tromccoupunpromolton HEH. o!fida]s 1<atd thl" t-omp ny. rt·sp<ondinii: to a C'(omplaint tn•m <mlt·pomography ;u·t1vi.1 \lark Wt·a\·er. decided to pull th1· publicat1onfromiU.1<Wn~lweaus" tht· ud11wl'rt"too··explicit Tht>('hronicle. whkh ftll"Uile8 1ti1 uv1·rajt"eonAuistm'11mu><1C'111·1·nl' and l<Kill Jl(ilitt<·w, u1 distnbuted frl't' m iOO outleti m tht· Ct-ntral ltnlsupJb1,;hesavMwtyofp..r &o"1al d11 11 til clau1fit>d ad 11t'C-tic11 und1 the twadin)ls !\h·n \\1·n St"t'k \len; ·Womm S«·k w, nt· md '\"anut1Jna~· Wt•awr. 1111 urclaint'<i Haptii;t m1oi.t1·r wh" ht·ads tht• irruup American Family Afl oc:·iatiun of Texas. 11ays the ads promote prom i11l·uity. hom1.1sexuality. snd C'l1n tribute to the spread of AIDS and othersouallytrant;mittl'Cldi~ca11> Lt-ader11 of st-veral 11ay act1\·1 .. 1 Kroups criticiied H.KB for rt· ,;pondini.: to Wt>s\·er"s complamt. For a C'llrpora1ion like II KB. to 1·111t-r to M11rk W1·avl"r011 wh1m1< 11 t1hoc.-kinK."'11oidl>l1nn11John11(>110f thl' AIUS <:onlit1on to l'nlea1<h Powt'r. "I thinkit"•)l'l>inKtucau11e qu1t1· a 1t1r in thi11l"t>mmunit~ :And 11 Yton't JU"t ht' from thl' )l'a~· C'l•mmumty. · ~he aaid. ':Any body v.ho•upport><frt'<'<i"minour llO<"ll'l\"11houklhl'out.raKedThsi,.; l't'OHO~hip ( tl'i llff WM NST ~ "fOP0!.£11.R<Jf ( MC)l'\'1 fto"J<,~~ \\/A\rfT Fl!([ (."TlllfAl(STfl'f'{1)0tjA\LOll>STIIVT H'tl' /j "l'fl (IUIUl oif.&, Tro~· Stuk1· ' ,111ry of Au• tin·,. Peopl.• \\'11h ,\JllS. Buid, "Wt• are vt-ry t"Unl'l'rnl·d about )I'll)' bashinJt" in thf' nnm1· o! puhlk health. Tht·re 111 no wuy th"t;I' ads C'l>ntributt- to the •11n•ad ol A l I IS Rut 11.E H. •JX•kt'Bm•m Mikt· d1· la GarLa 11o111d 1h1· ehum '11 d1·d111un not to carry 1hel'hr..i1ide•hould not be misintt·rpn·ted ae "an m dictmt·nt ol thl' K8Y lmmunit~ m Austin" it iH th1· IHI<' uf da&;ifif'ds that are part of tht- ('hronidt·, wh1<·h <·onvcy sll t.\'μt•s ol at·xual ~ttun t1<>ns, both h..tt-roeexual nod ho mo1;t·xual. thnt an· Lnl'on11iNU·nt with 1h1•11tandnrd~ w1·111!t for 1iut.. licatiun11di .. trihutt"<l m ourr11rk11: ht said In 11dditi"n to Wt•nwr. 111· la Garza 11a1d ;1huut IOO pt~ipll· hud complaim·dal1<iutth1·puhlicut1011 w Austin II EB 1<t.,rt· mnnnJt"Hll overthi•pa .. t f,." munth11. Wean·r. whu hnM nftc·n d1·mon stratl'CI ni.:ain .. 1 11rlult-ori1•ntl'CI busim'lls(·s, 11111d ht· muy tar(.::t•t otht•rbusinl"811t'8thatcarryth1·pa ,,.,. Hut Chroniclt· puhl11<htr :'\tl·k Barbaro 11aid h1· i.8 not «•n<'f'ml'CI thst tht- m•wspapn. whkh h1111 a rirculati•m of about ·.o,000 co1>1H1, will Ix· pulh-d mom otht•r outlt,lll. I think it11 a pnt1' arh1tr11ry df'C'is1on."ht-11md. 'lwouldlik1·to ht·ar frum lh1'Tll '11.E.H.• v.hat tht-irrealobject1on111.But1t'11thl'lr 1<turc,ancll11ul"llllth•.\'<'anst•lland Funer1lserv•ceeworeheldat 30 -----"'°=---~-,.I J dit;trihut1·v.hat they want rm Oct 108! Forest Park Lawno~ll Pall bcare""""eBarryBark.Aobert F1ern"·'1. Ed H' KnoxHugOPS. Fred Hugt· .. - ,, ar V" E )h 51C Solly. T,'iwern lly• u nHo,man· the5ky Mass. Senate defeats amendment to weaken gay rights bill - Joel Thomas Holman On the m'l'""'Q i!Oct 1· 19tJ9. at 14Sarn.thewor!d{andall·>1uslel! hers11ostswonOorlul.genlle.lov>ng 11ndcompsss1onstehumanbe<ng Jo­si Tno 11 Ho1rnan now resides wheretns e11nomorep101 >rtears ForallhS""1anylr1e 1sanCl)v1ng famoly.wepr1y Th fur 11 was held 11 Brooks1d Fu.er11-i('T1011 )()p •hursday Oct 12 Burialw11a1Bro ks11eC.m­etsry T' wculdh1vewan1eC1to1ri1nk olh1s "' 1ly J• he IOvmgcare in­stead of lowers. lh~ whO desire I< ho ior his an &pm may ontnb- 1,:• t< S Jne - p JOCI pan ry. 10)4 Ca!il( na 'l<lblet.tyc If :lre10 e m the cOl'ISC. ion tnll He I" hev1 taken 1no her 1ng he By UAt-;IEI. BEEGAt-; BOSTOt-; tAPJ-A bill 10 ban dia· erim111ationagainsthom0Nt>xual11 in huusmg. t·mployment and end ith!\111<talledatanoth1.>rroadh!c)(k in the Mss>1athu .. l·tlf; Senau·, hut 1<UP11<•rlt·r1Jrt>mainoonfidentitwill l~ pa111ed Anamendmenlthatwuuldhave remo\'ed the employmt·nt Wll'<"liOOK of tht- bill from fa<"llhy at pubhc8l'hoohtv.hopromott·h>­m<- XUality was defoatt'll !3-~ Ort.~ Buttht·nsnoppon1"ntol1le hill. St'n. Arthur i..ew11J, D·Huston .1<ked forsnotht·rvoteon th1· pro· I" !'dchangl' I A·wi11 mm·1· automatirullv un ch11mlx>r. dn St·nult· rulc·11 dda.n'<I furtht•r He said even some Senate oppt,. t•un .. ufrriitmn uftht· hill until the nentsofthebillha\'l·toldhimtht'y n1·xt forn111l S•·n11tc· >H"!!Sion srt• 111ck ofth1• d1>l11.yinK to.t·tiaJ. S1·n. ~liehut-1 H11rrt-tt. Il-Cam "For the time bein11. w{• an• c<1n· br1!)11•.11skNl th11t tht· l.t·wili mo\·l' \t'nl lo see the filibu11h·rl'rfl gin· h rulc·d a cl1•luyinll' tact11· so dt> themsl'lvl'll a hlack eye. Barrt·ll but<"n•ulllrc11u01e.ButS.·natt-Ma 11aid rity l..eadn Walin Boverini. II Bulger removed ont> roadhloc.·k l.ynn pr1'81din1o1 m tht' ab!N'nn· of to thl" bill (kt. :l wht-n ht' rult'd that S.n1oll l'n 1dent William Bull{t'r. allamt>ndment.>hadtoh<·present l'·il:Hihn.• 1dl.t·v.111·r1"qu111twas t'dhytheendofthed11y S··n. Edward Kirby. RWhltman. W1· ,, K011K lo hj1n<l th m the hsd been delaying scuon un thl' 11 iv s fine" let them dig th1·m hill by ottering individual emend IK'I 1'111nt<1 :hh"h:· Ha~rt-ll•ai<l in ment..~ and then rl'qUl'lltlllM' aday'a an 1\t • .,.. , it 'de· tht· St'"lak delay on tht•1r cun11id1·ratinn " thl·~· could bt• 11r111u'(] in the dnily 81"1111t1·t·akndar. T iu• l lou111~paiq.;ed hill won mi­u11l Senatt•approval mJuly Stmilar,·t·r•tonsofithavehel:•n t·on..idered by thl" I A'Jot'JHlatun· for tht• pa11t 17 y1•ar11. but lll'\'Cr havl' pUl<t'<i Suppurt1·r" haw 1111id the bill hae 11-91-t tham"t· of p111<11a)l'l' thia y1•ar. Mort> thun ll'KlOadrncRU•1wfthP sntidilln1mination measun· at tt-nd1..J a rail~· at th•• Statt>houlll' lkt:J11111howth1•irsuppt•rtf<tthe proposal Th1>amt•ndm1·ntcleft>att'd{kt.4 wru; otlc.·rt'(I hy S(·n. lfohnt C Huell. RBux!'or<l who11>11d LtV.llll siml"datmakin1o111un·homr»<1·xual tt>achn11 did n"t muk1·ndv11nn·• towardstud1•nl11. l\1•Baidh1·v.11nl (..:i\oputi;i11~·tt·a.-h•TAC1nth1·11nm1• lt·\l'lash1•t1r0111· ualttiKhenwho makeadn•nn·st<v.·ar<l1<tud1,ntsof thP<•jl)lOllLll'IM•X But B11rrt·lt •aid the propoaal wiuso X1i1el~1wo-dt'<I would he an unoo i,;tiluliunaJ v ~latiron ol the righ 0 rt"t'Bptt<ll Harrett 11ad thnt u wr11t1•n. 1ht­am,. ndlT'en1 uld :ll' n·tul to pro hibit diat·ug,;10011 of h•· wurk11 of hom0&1·xual authors. su.-h ae thl' I" t Walt Wh;•- ·~ We're working to bring you a real newspapel Ohio town latest to face referendum on rights protection ATllEMi. Ohio tAPi-A dl·hate is hrt·wing owr a Novl"mlx•r ballot propo11al that would outli1v. d111- crim1nationbasedonl!l'xualoril'n t.ntion Th1•11upporten; of the propo11t>d om1·ndment includl'("ityCuum·il Prl'Sidl'nt 8tephen Kropf and tht• Alliann· to Protect Human lti1o1hts and Equality. Oppo111n11 tt an· thOSt> who think the amendment i11 mnf'<·t-111sry or 1o<ay It would pro­tE'<: t an unw·orthy JlTOUp--namel.\· humoet'xuala The Montrose Voice. The smendment w.,uJd outl11v. :liKriminatwn bwoed on 11uusl ~------~ .irientation in ho •inK. 1>mpl1y· nwnt and puhlil" a("commodo tionw. ~:Xl'mpllri trom tht· 11m1·nd nwnt "ould he ov.twr·<>("('Upie<I huu~lllJt". t;mull c·mplnyc.•n,i and r1~ lil{inu1111tfo>ol•. By 111kmg som1·thin)I' that i11 "'run1o111nd puttinK it inu protect 1>dd11U.)'OUMl'llllYllllliti11all right:· •nid 1h1· Ht•\' !Ml Wl'llman l Fintl Hapti11t l"hureh 11IAthen11. th• calh>d hom1••:xu11lity 'an abomination a)l'llmNt l;ucl' In AuKtiat l!:IN'I l'1ty l'oun,.11 Jlfllt'?lded Ath .. 1111· ant1-diacnmi nation law to1ndud1•11t•x11alorien Atini amu111o1 th1· Cllh'l(Orlt'B pro­ll'C'to :I MnyorS; re tll·"ldri·kt-rve- 11o1.'ll the amcndmt•nt, but Cuundl O\'l'rrode the \'l'l<>. C1uzen11 tht-n drculated petitions to plllCI' lhl' 111· 11.ueon the r\o\cmtwr ballot Kropf acknowlt>d11e<I tht• nml·nd ment is aimed at pniH'<"tin11 hom1,. f14.•xuals What we"re talkm11 abuut is a min.,rity lhat needs protl'l"tion un· derthe law:· hessid Attorney Edwsrd &.be, .,.·ho rt·prl!flenlJ;ai{TOupoppotl('dtotht­llm1 ·ndment, 11.aid it ii poorly v.nt "" They don't tl'll ~·ou what pral' ticee sre Kood. and .,.·hat onea srt­bed."' Hl.lbe11aid. ·1t i' theequ1\11.· lt·nt of 11a.vml( tht·rt- i11 no 11uch th1njl'a11111·xual1mmorality Tht• H1•v. Th11mu11 Fi11hf'r. of hr~t l'rl"11hyt(·ri11n ("hun·h of Ath ('n11.11upporti1tht•J(oat11oftht>pr<,. JW>111>dum1·ndm1·nt ' It 1~ deplorablf'that11u<"h lt·1o1i11- laticon i11 nl'l·t'Nllry:· he 11a1d. '"All pt'<1plt·&rt>prc'Ci<>UM m the~ightof God· But Atht>n• Count~· Auditor Pt>t1•(".,ulsd111qut'llt1c•nt'dwhe1her 1uehannm1•ndm1·ntis1wCl"INal')· Wh1·n·11tht>t\·1dt·m'l'thattdi11- cnm1nationl 1·x11<ts?'" l"oulad11 a9kt>d "You haw\<' vro\idl" l'\'i­dt'nn.'. not JU~t ~111tt'ment,.. Kropf nott'<I. huw(·H·r. thut a la,·kofC'(impl11inthdcot·r1notm1•11n therei11n'taprohl1·tn "Suppni;1· tht·y .nt• diNnimi1111l eda1o1ain .. t. Whodotlw.\·got••'-""he askt>d. "It doei<n"I 1urpri .. 1· me then· art· nun·p<•rkdc11~1'll Coul11di>1 11md some· opponent• al110art•("Ol\n'rne<lth11tpa11t11lJ(t·of the proJ>OBt>d 1un1 idmt-nt will r1~ 11u!t m mon· up 1 ht<plays of ho m••St·xualaffN·tion ·J think th" bottom hnt' t>ll th11 thin1< 1s th u people an• urt'd of heannK sbou• it--th .. y"r<' tirt'd of hearingah.m >llt>rJ>l"Ol'lt'"•s•·xu al onentation { ~ulod 11 sa.d Montrose Classifieds To advertise. CAii 529-8490 !Y\ond.\y through friday. 9c\ITI to 6pm RAllolCl'lle••<)P. "'""" A I 'Jper '""""I> "E<l,t..L A<lvf• ........ aa ~<chllng•.10r•"''"'' .. r!'le<1pay'.l'°'P"'"'"'O -525~~~ .. 011.,.:>e• ......... IAlAC.e<l<H..,...adtlOCl'~la<':'we .. ~•.lhetP.,-lOCPt• ,.<lfd1noS~25-Maatne.PI'"""~• ~ ''l'Q< -~"-' .-aos11o..,..,..,.,u•· cttulff Yoo edlol~":~~ .. ~~' >yl ~~,·~~;:;1':i:~:9ory ~c!~"yO··,rrn llMUYe llep,m•r 1-411 T~ft 522-2190 52).7832 AllSe.-.1Ct$ Avi•l~blt _A~rt-~0~11~0 Auctions 1006 Montrose Auto Repair IOOPacific II~~ '~~: Also. 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""" '"'"" Tl MEL ES s TAFFETA • Weekly • Biweekly • Monthly 11oNNin BACK PAINTING • General & Spring Cleanings . Windows . Make· ,::;;;,:;·;;,;~~'efy· - - - -- 1623 West he i mer w.A<sosu~~r:fJ,~~~~f~~.~~~s~~J,~~:~e,.,m•"' 'a:f~J!~~" ~~IT~nge 2164 529-6299 We'll Clean Up Your Act"' The Montrose rAAorcA11011uo1NO Voice -~-- <J k!, tJ}.~ tJ}.(J/X, Steven Gilley THE MONTROSE VOICE Inside this sec­tion ... M~ Soap A little local gossip Ba/I, J a<VJ, Jut ~ Day-by-day break­down of events Our advertisers will tempt you ll~ She's here this week People who want to meet you Steven Gilley, 23 and a Sagitarian, is our Fox this weekend.He moved here recently from New Orleans but was born in Germany. He's 6'1 !'His favorite night spots include Chutes. You will pardon us if we are a little skeptical of the recent press opportunity at the University of Virginia for the "education president" (we will even avoid the obvious starting point being the office of the vice president). Given the nature of presidential leadership of the past half century, a crisis must be severely acute before political leadership jumps to the fore­front of an issue. Such is the crisis in education . One can argue the causes for days, but the reality is that the United States now ranks 26th in the world in literacy. We can wave flags and apply all the litmus tests to patriotism we want, but it can­not obscure a society in crisis. We can flaunt all the latest advances in military hardware (operative or otherwise) but the reality is that 80% of real federal spending goes to maintaining this mighty arms race. We cannot, then, reasonably deal with all the other ills of our society on the crumbs from the mili­tary- industrial establishment. Now what does all this have to do with our gay community? Of course, the obvious is that we are a part of American society and are equally affected by this crisis. More importantly, American educa­tion today fails to take into account our very exist­ence. Just as we want our voice in the choosing of our political leaders we should be demanding our place in history. Granted oversimplified, England's Henry VIII change the course of Anglo history over a woman. By the same token, that country's Edward II was murdered because he advanced the career of his male lover over the powerful barons of the realm. King Richard the Lionhearted might not have led the Crusades but for his sexual preference. And King James I (of King James Bible fame) wasn't called "Queen Jamie" for nothing. One of the heroes of World War I, Lord Kitchener, went down with his ship and his lover, General Charles (Chinese) Gordon probably would not have gained fame in Africa but for his fondness for young Arab boys (a particular weak­ness of a number of Englishmen), just as T.E. Law­rence (of Arabia) would not have changed the map of the Middle East but for his love of an Arab boy. i~ r-::1-SHEER INSANITY & L..'.:..J DAQUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER And Gertrude Stein influenced an entire genera­tion of writers and artists, from Picasso to Hemmingway, without compromising her lifestyle. The economic theories of John Maynard Keynes changed the face of Europe when Hitler subverted them to justify ignoring the Treaty of Versailles. And Keynes' brilliance was certainly never hin­dered by his love affairs with several prominent British writers (male, of course). In our own country, conservative Republicans still invoke the principles of Horatio Alger to extol the myth of American rags to riches. Alger's books on poor street boys making men of themselves was no happenstance-Alger loved you boys-too, well, some would say including one court. The point is that homosexuality is a significant part of history and contributes to our understand­ing of our past. Our ignorance of that past is ap­palling, but likewise the exclusion of our homosex­ual past from the teaching of history is criminal. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, American literature courses would still deny the homosexual basis of Walt Whitman's comradeship of men. For too long the contributions of blacks and women to our past were deliberately ignored in our schools. Some redress is now occurring. We must join the cry for educational reform with a demand of our place in history. To acknowledge our past in the making of history also concedes our place in society today. More importantly, such recognition would open the doors of self- recognition and pride to all those gay men and lesbians at a most crucial time in their lives. We, like many others, grew up believing we were "the only one". To be able to relate to signifi­cant role models (and not "deviates" in public rest rooms and parks) would make "coming out" far less painful. So we will support President Bush's education program when it includes us. In the meantime, let us develop our own educational push, based on our own historical tradition and significance. This could be our greatest contribution to American so­ciety itself. 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • Swimwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities ----------------------..,, '!! Tue Oct 17 Colt 45's Skate Night! All Proceeds go to Charity. Beer and Soft Drinks (proper I D. required) Door Prizes Will Be Given at 8:45 &. 9:30 8 to lOpm $4 Admission Carousel Skating Rink Old Katy Rd., 1-10 at Campbell Skate Your Buns Of ft Sunday at The Brazos • Happy Hour Noon til 6pm •Steak Night Begins 6pm • Dance to the Sounds of Brazos River Band & Little Bit of Texas • Bands .Start 7pm-N o Cover Coming Thursday Oct 26-Spm Houston Gay Pride Week Committee Will Host a "Halloween Bash" at the BRB Tuesday at The Brazos Learn All the Best Steps During COMMERCIAL MEMBER ~ C & W Dance Lessons 2400 Brazos Beginning lOpm 528-9192 CJ )> -< 0 () --< 0 !JJ rn :IJ !" ~ <D m ..--~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ non-stop 6pm unttl 2am -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour prices 1 2S well & longnecks all night -Chutes: Free pool. beer bust, 3pm-11 pm, Liquor ri a: w (I) 0 >- (.) A Listing cl the Spec1a1 and Regular Even1s at Houston Clubs. 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