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Title Montrose Voice, No. 527, November 30, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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Date November 30, 1990
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
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Transcript Network criticized for dropping episode LOS AMa:u:s (APJ- -A gaynl(htl!wruupdt-manded Wednt.'lldlly, !'Oov_ 21. that NBC TV rein11ute a '"LifeBtorit .... tpiaode fea turinlf two hom011uual character11 dealing with AIUS The LosAniceleschapter of th1· Gay & I.-bian Alli am·e A11aint1I l>t-famatiun iuuf'd a •tatt111ent 11ayin1f !l.'Ht · • dtci!i1on to pre-empt tht- tp1aodt' ori1unally a.;-hedultt:I forllec. :.! "may have bffn promptf'd by the mM't'9.Bin11lya1at"<-fult-f fon.i of an intolrrant hate grn•Jp that aeelu1 to drive poait1n~ icay and Lt'tlbian charactt-n1 off the air'· :>;BC 1<pok~pn110n Pat Schulu dl'nied tht it'ruup'1 claim•. "We have evny in· Wnl.ionofbroadca.iingthi11 ep\S<Xlt-:' the nl'twurk .aid inaprepart>d11talt'mt'M NBC rt"placOO the All)S aegmt'nt with "Tht' Hawk1ni(1 Family;' which chronicln a 7-yt"ar-old boy'11trU1111"lt"r.or~ .. 1vt"a lift'lilavinll' ho: ,e marruw tran1plant 'J.ife..torie." 11 off the pnm ... tmw .;:hedult' afU>r Utt :l. !\'..twork offidal1 have .. id th .. y wanl lo lftlt th .. ol'fbn.t mt'(hcal 1eriN in altt"m1lt1w t~ 110'•· It currently au-. Sunday, at i.OOp.m. Con.nvat1vt lfl'OUJlll pro- 1.fftinK pro~am1 reaturing gay characten ""'"" ft'ttnt [y 1uccl'Nful in prffluring ABC tn dr"p a "thirty90m1 hLnil'" rt'fun 11howing two h JmlJl.t'XU:•I mt·ntalkinil' nhl·c· To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of Montrose, call 52~-8490 I MONTROSE VOICE THENEwsPA1rn ... MONTR~ O:ommuni ty tJu b li s ~i ttl!_ O:ompnnu FRIDAY N0veMaeRJO. •o .sues21 FF J .t: AVONDALE HOU, TON rx AIDS awareness group protests at Texas Capitol AL'STll\ (AP1-An AIDS a"'·arE' neu KJ'OUP 11a}'H it i~ cond1,1cting a •·Wt"t"kofOutragl'"campaigntueall at1entiontotht"problE>m111urround· ingwumtn !llldAIUS ter r11ll1t"<l on tht'l •J.>ll• l••)>s ~l••n day.~.,,._ it;, tuk1·koffd<'m<>111tr twn1th11t1>Tl(lll'llll 11a1d...-·1•r1""Wk ing vhu·•· 11round th•· co1,11 try ar ~ wo1,1ld,·uln11111<1t"11tth .. c, •- h Thl"ll' 1upACTL'P'•Au> inchap- lh Cont ;MAthma.( l Ourpurpo11ei11toinform wo1nt·n tmdmenofthee•traordinarydiffi c lties confrontmll' wumtn Lil th•• fact" cofthe AIUS tpid1""m1r as it l>P­ll'int 1t1; l!lth year. and to dt"mon· tratE' ti i(ro..,ing1trength and alnht1Nufthl"n11honalAIDSaet1• L11\ movt"mt·nt," 11aid a •tatement La· autd by A('TUP. theAIHSCuahuon to t;n)t"a•h '"'w"r ·wnmen art-the ffu<te11t-growin11" Hl\'rnft<·tt"<I pop1,1lt1t1•n. ind1,1ding a pi •J>Ofllon11u-n1,1mb.>rofwom· t'nofeu-JT.\'t1 10yt•11.r11mtutht't'p1 dem1c. "'"m"n 11n 11t1ll 1 ... ·n pnm11ri lyalH'<'loni ,f1mnMm1n1<>noftht• (AIOS1 nrus or a11 can"ll'"-t'n for AJIJS -um - ACT l'P 1id Morales discusses 21.06, rights and 'Morales et al' By SHERI C.'O H E~ DARHO~~t: .W•<1ttrou ~Ortt Ed<1or Th,reareonlyaftw11hortday11to 11'0 before th' \ong·awaited trial dateof''Moralea et al vs. theStaU> of Texa.1;- tht Tt"XBll Human Right11t·oundation'1chalJ,ngtto Se<:tion 21.06 of the atate penal code. Linda Moralf'll, duignated leadplaintiffinthecase.reflected on the sodomy 6tatute 1U1elf. 'You know. 11>metimes I "Lt and I ju11t think about that law, and I can'tbelievethatitevenexists.I jUHtcan'tbt.>lit"vethata11uchalaw l'l<iHUl,tomakethis(case)nece.· sary;· 11aid Morales. •·&.·cau11t thtre are so many of us who are 11ay or lt'flbian, and becau11e I. at leastnow.am8Qcomfortablewith who I am .. .it's just beyond ml" that <a{'("ording to 21.06) we are criminala: On Monday. Dec. 10. Moralu, alonll' with Tom Doyal. Patrich Cramer,Char!otteT11ftandJoh1 Thomu, will finally gt"t their day tn cor.irt. The five plaintiffH, re­cruitt- d by acquaintan,.ea on thl" THlff board. joinOO forct11 1.ut y .. r to begin the second cons ti: .ional challenge llll'ainMt the1tat· ut1·. The fintsuchcaat-,Baker~·•. Wade 119091. was triOO in federal cmirt& and re><ulted in two vict< ril'll before bt.>ing overt1.lrned m ~ew Orlt>ans' Fifth Court of ,\p pt'&Jsin HJK1 Morales 1aid she believe. tht chalh·nge etande a beth'r chan~ 1tate rourt. Owrall, howl'Vl"r, • .a.id eh" b..li..v• lhe law .. ,.r md will be overturnt'd lll l~•urt. 'lt'1jus1 a stupid law. really. lt'1 11law<thatmandaU>1Jdi8l'rimin1t tion;· f!ht• said. "The Tt'X!IB ronsli tution ie vt>ryclear. I really think we have a good chanl'fl in th,.11tatt> 'I'm ofthf' opinion thnt what we ~annul accomplilih in tht>lt¢11la bvt" procaa, we will in thl'htiga· tiun prQ<.'eP · Mu-ah 11.dded, no 111 the nn1 rvati\'e •It •n.-1 .. £f lm~ .W11raW10,H'Mlll<n.pl.,n1/fm THRf"• 21.(16,uit.' .\l.,ralne1al •· OwStlll11afT~·.saa, h•c •«h 01A"tf11rn1Mstat11'°""1ny•t4l11" the Teu • !.t"gialature hapi>l'n; 1he111id. The t"ue ia re- Ae conll',....abve tl e ital.cl all) in the vt>ry preliminJ1ry 1tag· lf11'iaiatUl'CI ii, [ l·&n t IN nyon t'll. thll ii t~ finit time t Will ti even brinainll' <elimiDatmg) J,1.0tl ally be heard' \o the floor. Kil(hl now, eYt'n o .r S<) far.: tht> plaintiffs havefilt'd a tgay le1bian) lobbyatB lO Austin moti.on for 81.lmmary judJtfllt>nt in have u hard time . th1:1r Job right the crnie, aaking the jud11e 1<1 dt" D •W i• b""ically JU1t protl"Clln&' clare the 1i.t1 statul(o um·un11ti:. O\IJ' inten .. Lll in the legi1!11turt• tional undt'r the Texa11 CQl\l<UU 1he1&d. ··1d1·fi11it h th1nkthatt tion Attorne)'efDl'thttllate('l)Unt ~e>r,t~ trould hav. w -.......i'lf',thapl~ tothu01rti;dirti through th" hti11at1t•u ~..._,~ dmmmi( :ll.06 JS 11 umunul 1tat Muralt'I 1aid t<ht• 11 optimistic uU> and 11hould not ht> trit-d in twil about the plaintiff• fin<truurt "I' court !To be tried in rriminal pt•arann:.1cheduled for:HM)p_m court.eomeo:inl"would bavet<>be I>ec 10 11t thl" TravLB Cou1 ty ac ually pro1eruted under he al Courthou11e n A111tin, Jodgt• Pau: n: lsl un .. nforceable li1.w 1 Davia prnif1ng. Sh,· 1td11ittea Whilethelawisrarelytnfor howtv..r. th t thi· pl1tmuffs n ly 1he plaintiff11 aay there iii muc .. I"\' d n't know what to expec r -nceihatithasbeenueedto. • .... hethtr the 1earinll' will reault ii fy dUKTirnination aDd deoy gay a ruhni(. ~d )l'llbian Te:1.an11 tht.. T co utit' ~we really d, ,·1 kn?...,. w at wil fonally rot«k'd rights. The.)'81' 18Ythat2l. 6e1-t 1ur age11 hatt ~rim• agamt<t horn<, lt':1.ual11.andthattheircareerand employment opportumtiN art> re· etrictOObecaU1eoflhelaw The 1tr11U>gy after th' court date wilt probably be a &ertes of followupfundrai11ingandeduca tionalactivitie.fortheplamuff1, Morale. aaid. She str.....00 the im· portanceoftheeducationalactivi· ty, sayingthat ifthelawi1over turned. "ltwon'tbethet>ndofthe work we have to do. Actually, it willbemorthkethebeginning" Morale11,theonlyoneofthefive plaintiffs from Hou11ton.1aidshe was invitt"d to get invoh·ed in the 21.tl6 challenge by her fril"nd. Gene Harrington. a THRF board memh..r here. She 1aid she wat told there would be other people involved in the case. but ~1 wa11n 't 1url"atfir11tif l wanted to get in .v.o lvt'd.lwaan't11ureoftht>criteri 'I had lo take a lot1,fthinge into con•iduation .. m)' family. my job. I told Gene I would have to think 11 ovei,' 1he 11aid. About a month later.:11he1a.id. 1heagreed to go lo Au11tin to meet the othel"I: Tan and Thomu, both of L>allaa. and Doyal and Cramtr or Au•lin She a.Ila met with their attorney, J. Patrick WiM>man Aftt"r Kettmg involvt-d in tht 11uit. Morale11aid 1hew1111a,.kOO during a conference call wit! THRE Wi1t>man and the othn plamt1fl11if11ht>wouldal(l'eetohe nam<'<i thf lead' plaintiff in the 'I eaitl. Wt>ll. I'm already th11 mul·h involvt'd. I don't le\! why nnt:'•hur('('alled Ironically, although she hu a lonlf h111tory of act1vU.m in the wom•·n '11, H111panic and ll'BY 'le.bi an riKhll movemt'ntll, MoralH dt~ 1cribt>• hl'rllf'lfa• "a vt_-ry pr(va«' p.·r1on.rl"Rlly" Hutbe<-ausroftht> natun of the challt>nge and th,. law t&elf."hr1aid1hefeh11hehad n·lvl'<-1 Pi r 1tv ,andap- !>l'&ranc - • •• -If' m con nectmn ,, .. ~·h it haw brought Morales' 1:ctiviam i1 t( a higher profile. 11'1 lr.indoflikt> runm~g foro: fice 1ht' said, "people Me mt' llOmt>whe«'. and tht>.Y know who I am. 11'1 :ifft'rent 'm gettrn11 wed to it The main thintc I tn· to gt"t acrOB11i.stha1thi1ilnottheLlnda Moralf'll ahow, and ifs nut the Pat Cramt'r show or anybody elM'• show. The lawsuit w!IB fill'<i on bt'· half of all gay and le11hian11 in Tex a.a, all ofu11all ovt>r the"tate. for our right topnvacy: Wht'n you think about it. <21-061 h88 to j{<>. How can you havt>alawlikl-1ha1'.'lt'sa\awthat saystodiKriminate'.'.The"tatllte is bt'ing challentct-d on the iNuM ofthreeo:m><titutionalpro\·iamn1 thr right to privaQ". d111 pl't>t"e98 and«iual rights. Contributing to the Tt·xa• plain uffs' optimi1m are two rect•nt court ~irtorit'I agamst 11e><iomy statutl'll in M1ch1gan and. JU"! la.it month. Kt.-ntudr;y Moral,... Hid 1hefeoellaTex88v1<torywouldbe a poaiti\·t 1ign for gay let1b1an rig hi. acrou th.- ('l)Untry. l'f!pt'Cial l)' considering h co1.aer.·ative •¢11lat11rehere. ldefinit .. lythinkitwouldht!p the ret1t or the country know lln)' thin1.:-"1 poeeible:· sht aaid Morall"S hu t.. ... n a(·tiw with lo· ca! Hiep.anic and womt>n '1 organi· mlions(•,Tmanyy1·ara,andanac i¥iltt.f-•.;&.)I~~ ,. u11n1ince 11*!7 Shtwa" prt'1i <if.nt of(iay and 1-bian HiPp1m w1 Cnidos in 191'7, and iH the 'ou.1dn of AMHIA. an Mu •1!1 •n al, eot·lal and support 11ro1p •r Hispanicle1bial\ll. flkinald Skipwith. vicrcha1ruf THm; i1 IM·ht'duled to dilC"Ual the ;..I.:>6 trial on Kl'IT'1 "Wilde 'N St1 n" on Det: 10, the 1<:hedulf'd 1pen ngdateofthetrial. The pro l(l'am aira lt ~:00 p.m. !l-fo'1da~·1). Montrose Singers' .11. Season for Us All' differs from the past Instructor offers patient help for sky diving Th M< 1 s, f-lo Jh aay :nen • ch ru .... ;; pi 1t tht>ir t'n -Of·lhe-year ('l)nCt'rl, "A 8'a90n for U1Atl~ at~ 30 p.m. on Saturday. Uec, It> at St. Thomas Cniven1ty'1 Jont'tl Hal, 910 Yoakum 11.t Sul RON. In thiH perf<im111nre, the Sin!(· en will detour radically from their put Chri1tm91 con{'('rUI by prt'11t·ntmg llanukkah 1<masand 8Qlli1llOfp11g1moriginin11ddition to traditil•nal 'l.ndcont•:mporary Chn1tmaarnus1 Arti1uc- din'Cll•r Hl'Ao Caine•· plamed,"We'renott"\'t"n1·a11irr11it aCbrietm&1conccrt Wr're11pply ing the idea of {bein11 inclu1iv('' m • brl)l.Cler1enae thanJUtgtnder awarene111. And, we war I toap­pealwuuraudienceinm1 reway1 than JUI 1exual orU·ntation: Sm1en viti' preai<Wnt &b John Crom1;.an1, ""ho Ber-Ve. u production coordmator for th11 concert.. cuncu?I. 'Tm n:c1tcd abou1 thi8concen be<-1101e1twill appNI to e\'erybody Ill the M<-it· ·ornmurlty, gay, 1tr lli.lt. 011111'.andoh 1avt'd'o1 'damn..d'Th re'1alot >fhont'llty in the m1 · 'II be singing·· Jaune Bal:t11ttroe, preaidentof tht S1n11:er1. 1ummed up th1 group'• motivatmn and purpo for th11 concert: ''From our recent participation in the Gay Gamt'fl in Vancouver, we've learned to ac· ct>ptandappreciateourdifferenc· e# by 1haring common goal•' 'T'rut to thie nt"w 1p1rit, the Sing· er1arepreeentingaf1•aturedfe malevocaliMtforthefirsttimein their ten year hi11tory. Kathy Biehl. whodeecribee hervoict>81 "Heldenalio:· will perfonn 1010 and in a duel wilh the Singer11' for 'llJIR!'."!i~~, ~~·;~~t<~i:~~n~~ei~~e~~~~ ·~ -"ntwtu,ot.1 m/h /, ouely u a "CC>loraU>nor"I. The pairwitl lendtheirunusual\·ocal talt>nllltoM"\'t'l'alNa1on1l90np. The Smirer1 aJ90 will preaent ('l)nt..mporary Be-•nal music by 10ngwnttr Philip Smith. who i8 a wtll·recogniled talent m local lht'· atncal circle.. Aud1uon1 for the Montroee Singel"I will bel(in in January For information. u1ct8f'a' C.:ain,5:.!ti·'i'WI FOi - PIERCE F " (AP -A sky-d• mstruclO' ew•sto, war .. ., help Alf,;~ ;JB111Hlt K1mbefly Bergalis realize• dream byparachuhngout of an a1rplan1 al 9500 teet lnstructorMsrtyJonesH1d Bergalis would be strapped into a leather harness that would be attached to •.and he Y<Ould absorb the lull T1p1ct Jf tne landing Bergali1. who told I gr~p ol schoolchildren lasl Y<eek she'd loke to go 1ky diving before AIOS -obs of ner body of 1ny more gtrenglh s111d Wednesday. Nov 6.1. she was e•< ted by lhe otter butw1nts10~ lerw1tt hft doc";r The 22-year-old F rt P .. r1 • n1dent became a nat :>nal pe!'SOna11tyth11fall wh Openly gay officials to hold informal gathering in Houston r "l&Clical expena reported sh• may have contracted AIDS from her den11st Jo,_ sa11s a 1 .. end read ebout Bergalis' 1ky-d1~1ng woen in • r>ewspaper la.st weel<: 1nd said the 1punky eolleoe gr1duate captured the hearts ol workers It Air Ad~entures ol Clew1sto1 Monlro~~· \.Om· f.'d1tor Five ffil•mher11 of thl• l'\ational Coni{reaa of Ga)' and l-t·11hian Ele<·tRd and Appointed Offi cials will hold an informal gathering in Hou~ton this wl'f-'ktnd. Rnd mav meet with lornl i{ay let1hian ieadcn. The officiala, including Brian Coylt•. city 1:01.lncilmember of J\.hnneapolis; Stt>vc ('aml'ra of Fall H1ver. Mau., John Htilmsn of Wnit Hollywood, Cabf.; Bob {ientry >f l.ai{una Bea.c"1. Cahf. nd 'in unidt>nti· fied council member from Roche titer, N .Y., will be in town to alt.end the National Leagu.._. of Cities annual convention, being held at the George R Brown Convention Center. Howard Armistead of GALAPAC. a national 11up­port and fund raiRing orl{ani· zation for openly gay public-of· firials. said the g?uup had made no formal arrangemenl.8 for mt't'tings or speaking en· gagements here, but planned to mef'f, with representativet>of local gay let>bian organiza· lion• during the conference. Dennis 8J>('nl"t•r, prt' df'nt ol the Ho1.l11ton (;ay t1nd Lesbian Political Caucua, 11aid hl• had tentatively plann1•d to CJrlifan· izt' a dinner or fl'('t•ption for the gay officials. Howtv1•r. he eaid earlyThur"day that ht had n[)t ht-en ahlt' to finalize th plane with Coylf', tht' WTI>up'a )Ordi nator for the lfouaton Jnler l'nl~. fheLeagul•ofCitica Jmen tion wa.11 expected to attra. tat least 4500 el("Ct.ed and appo nt· ed official• from citil"S all over the country, bt1Cinnini{ today (!'l;o\'. 10). S<>mt' of the J(fic1al8 will ~ in Houi~ton through next we•k. At the conference, the mu nicipal officials are expected to diacuss issues including health care delivery. federal anti·drug funding. fedl'ral housing assistance. a national tran11portation policy and 101· id wai:;te disposal. The openly gay officials at tending the conferenct> are membef'tl of the I"CGEAO, which held its national t"on ,.t'ntion in Bo6ton 1'ov. !&Iii It wu during that convention that looeely orKanized plana for a gathering at the Houston confcrenct' were made. J th•nk it's a great •dea. but l During the Boston confl'r· can't do •t, until alter Chr1s1mu ence, gay official11 called for a because 1 ve got IO many tnongs third National March on to do right now. 811d Berg111s Washington. said Armitotcad. 'I think everybOCly ought to The lat<t march. in Octolwr. .imp out of an airplane at least 1!#1_7, also began ~ith 9: call to ~ke ~~::~ 1;t'~~ :~Y-~:~. 1 action_ from the NCGJ.:AO at .snlbelieve1d1dlhat.1he its nat10na1 convention. he not· ui.:l. 'NOi rnariy people gel tha ed. . )pportun11y to do t. and now The official• were upected thet I've got 11 d ke to ca~• 1t to discuA plans for an initial In iddition 10 go,ng s1<y dovong orgamzmg meellnM" for the Bergalls told e1ghlh-gracter1 at march with Hout1ton activi11ts SI Anastasia Catha' • The met-ting is tentatil·ely Elementary SCl'loot last week planned tobeht'ld in Waahmg· 8"led like IO !ake a not·air ton. D.C. sometime in January. bal ")Oil nde over h• Sw•ss A!ps ArmiMt.t>ad 11aid. 2 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1990 Gay couple seek DC marriage license in court suit By RICHARD KEIL WASHir.!GTON IAP>-A humo- 1exual couple 1ued the Oi1trictof Columbia Monday, Nov. 2ti, con· tendin([ the city had diacriminated a([ain1t them by refu1in([ to ap­prove their requNt for a marria([e licenae himself and Patrick G. Gill ·we oouple'1 application for a mar· are outraged by thil blatant act of ria([e lictn1e on ground• that "the diacnmination · 1«1.ion1 of the lh11trict of Col um 'The clerk oftheoourt saw fit to deny ua the marriage licen&e be­cause we llll:' (lay,"' Dean aaid. '"He aaw fit todevalueandde([l'adeour loveandtheverynatureofourre­lationship" ment that the clerk. will not deny marriage licenlM to gay people again."' Dean said Currently, no state or locality in America allows aame-&ex mar riagN, 1aid William Ruben.1tem. direct.or of the Gay and Lelbian Righta Project of the American Civil Libertie1 Union bia Code governing marria([e do not authorize marriage between per110n1ofthe1ameaex' However, both men denied that their primary concern waa &etting a leaal precedent "We demand the right to marry. and we demand the 1&me legal riKhta and protections of our rela· tionahip that are frttly givl'n to poople1n heter08l'xualrelation 1hipe:' 11id Crai([ R. Dean. a law yer who filed the 1uit on behalf of ""Therewere1everallaw1uitaof thisnaturethatwererejectedback in the early 19708;' Rubem1tein &aidinatelephoneinterviewfrom hia New York office However. Dean and Gill contend that city law explicilly prohibit.a only PolY11:amiata and practition· er1ofinceatfromobtaimn([mar riage licenaee, and doet1 not re­quireacoupletobeofdifferentaex l:!ltowed. The lawauit a.aka Superior Court Judge Geoffrey M. Alprintoorder Beane to grant the couple the mar riagelicense Dean and Gill are alao 1eeking $250,000 in compen1&tory dam· agee and $1 million in punitive damages ·we love each othet,' Gill 1aid. ·wearehereinanattempttofor· malizeourrelationahip" Beane haa 20 daya to reapUnd to thelawauit Neither Beane nor Claude Bai lt>y, a •Pokeeperaon for lhe city'1 Frederick B. Beane. clerk of the city"a auperior court. denied the In addition. (lay people are pro­tected fromdi1criminalionunder the city'a human riKhta act "With punitive dama([l:!I ... we corpUration counsel. waa immedi want to be able to make a atate- ately available for commenL Houston Outdoor Group's plans last camping trip of the year Montn>9e !Sportl by GARY l:iHAYE: Plarul are to aet up camp~ TM Mont!OH \/i»n' night., including enacka and t. The H~OutdoorQroup'al.ast. camptlre.Aftel'breakfaet.S&turday. oa.m.plng U'l.p al th& )W.r wW be to a t.rtp la pl&nn8d to th& Aransas oooea Ialt.nd. a amall lale Wildlife Refuge 8Cl'088 the bay oonnect.ed by bridge to Campers wW t.a.ke an tbe mainland. neu MontroM u:curs1on boat Into tlJ.e Rockport on Dec. 7.9 refuge to - wboop1n& :W:ernbera wW ca.mp at ••l'1bor· cranes and. other :1864. or th& Fulton l4&naion 1677; Thoee who are lnt.ere8ted. lnftahlngot!thapieroaner\)Oytha ai.'areput.adlyll'Mtftah1nS. (U the tl..abera aren't so lucicy. aa;y members. a t.rtp to Rockport. l8 planned.foraaeefood.cllnner) HOOa will bl'Nk camp 8undll,y momlng feetlvtt188 begin at 3:00 p.m. and 11111 include a J)OtlUck brunch,Wn· nar and gut. ··grati beg" -BilllardB tourna.me:nt.atl!!/J'awasallUOOe88. and p1ana fora follow-upare 1n t.ha work.a, aa1d. Mountz nie l1r8t. plaoe wtnn1ng volleyt>all te&m .... th& Olad1&U>ra~ mada upofKevlnSealy, Mark H&ll, Mike Kllngensml.th.Joe Degga and llarl.o Arzola. The win· nara got 1100. Coming 1n second were the P9llne l"lve, while third. waterfront campeltea hood waterfowl and wlldllfe plaoewenttothaC&.ndN:W:en. with ahade ah6lter. el91> A planning meeting for t.h1a t.rtp Sports H:a :ii ::,;;P ~: will be held. Dec. 3 at Two Peeoe on n1c at the LILma.r O&k K1rbyat730p.m The Houston :W:et.ropOUWl. Bil· l1&rC1s League la ho8tlng a DJ Spin offoontest~.Dec. l6atlU99 Kltt;y's. Reg1stratlon ls 8t.turday (Dec. l),fl'om400equa.ls5:00p.m at K1tt;y'a, and the oont.eet beg1na at 6:00 p.m. Sunday The spin of! la open to all DJa.lndependentofY. aoc1ated. (entry ree '60 ). For (j&. talle, oontact Stsve Mount2, HMBL 980retary, at 986-4616 In the 14th -k league pie,:,>, Lhee9 were the top four t.er.ma. (I) C and N Men, 12·1 ( 116-7'9); (2) PUt T1me Preclalon, 11-2 (119- 76); (3)8onsofH,yae Pa.rkStaUon. 11·3 ( 129-81 ); ( 4)5/611, 9-4 ( 104 91) era 881d Rest.room& and ahawere (ona or the oldieet t.reee 1.n Tena). Also In Deoember, HOO will hold. are ava.lla!)le naartJy, u are I.ha Other planned actMUea include Its annual hol!(l.&,y/Chrlstmu !KT bo&tl'l.mp and.a 1,600-foot~ hilting on the beach, sun bathing cialonSt.turday,Dec, 161nWeaton pier and Our Laey or the &. Chapel l&kes near Fulahet\r, Texaa. The The league's reoent volleyball Death always seems to be hovering over our lives like Houston humidity-and equally depressing. At times we wonder if this premature acquaintance of the last decade perhaps numbs us to the reality and sheer awfulness of this epidemic. Nearly five years ago, while still living in Dallas, we took one of our employees to Parkland, already knowing the truth but required to verify its finality. It was, of course, PCP and officially AIDS. George was then in his late twenties, a Dennis Quaid look-alike with the same infectious smile and personality. After little more than a year, during which he would work when able, George determined he had but weeks to live and to spare his family the three thousand dollars to ship his body he returned to Erie, Pennsylvania, to await the end. Surprisingly better health care intervened and George lived another three and a half years, until last Saturday. But the disease took its toll long before the end. His /inoncial fear took him from all his friends and true loved ones into a house with a mother and stepfather who resented his daily presence. Only George's basic stubbornness and will to live argued against his many thoughts of suicide. Certainly his quality of life was taken from him even more prematurely than life itself. In contrast we noted the several obituaries recently for Vito Russo of New York, gay activist, teacher, writer, film historian. While his death is our loss, it is clear from the wards of his friends that Russo chose to live until the end with purpose and retaining his sense of humor. Russo continued to contribute that which he knew best living among those friends who continued to enrich his life and he ~ Q:,:~EUR_IN~:t.:6YR~ WESTHE1J.1EA theirs. We have been known to comment that you should never trust a politician without a sense of humor (i.e. Helms, Dannameyer and gang). Let's broaden that to include everyone. Without our sense of humor gay life would long ago have become unbearable-thus from whence it came. Call it camp or what you will, this ability to find humor in the darkest comers of life helps explain the heart of our community. A friend of ours who, because of his early involvement with persons with AIDS both personally and organizationally, has experienced the worst of the epidemic, retains a subtle sense of humor which not only lightens his load but brightens those around him. His "mysterious" paintings on the Montrose Esplanade typifies this humor and care. Such persons are the real treasure amongst us. Save us from our activists who cannot laugh at themselves. A couple of years ago we were at the New York Quilt ceremony in Central Park when our better half was reunited with a high school friend. Within minutes they were laughing and carrying on surrounded by people filled with the grief of those panels. Yet in their grief the others realized the laughter was not an affront to the dead, but the natural exuberance of the living. So, while we shall mourn George, we choose to remember the real George with the ready smile, the wry comment and friendly nature. Just as Russo's worship of Judy Garland connected him with "comforting rituals to warm us in a world grown cold and impersonal:' George found his peace in worshiping Diana Ross. At least he had that and his faithful dog Buster to the end. So long George. LOBO 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • SWimwear • T-Shlrts • Magazines • cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities -STEVEN 00BIFF'' NOLAND To friends ol Steven 1811!) N< lend The Family wishes to express its sorrow !or not being able to let all or his fr.ends know 8111 passeo ewey on Nov 24. 1990. Survivors his fa­ther. mother and brother of Hous­ton. sister. two nieces and a nephew lrom LaNexa. Kansas Also.wewouldlovetothankeve­ryoneloralltheyhavedoneforh1m smcehemoved to Houston II anyone ever needs a stand-m family or brother. please feel free to callanyt1meoldayornight.even1f 11 •S only wanting to talk to some­one. 820-4920 We love all of you -The Family -FRANKLIN E. DOBBINS aka Frankie Foxx April 17. 1952-N(JV 21. 1990 Franklin E. Dobbins. 111ao known as Frankie Foxx. lelt this world hearing words ol 1ove tie shareo with everyone who knew h•m. on Wednesday. Nov 21. Although he had beenl1ght1ngtheAIDSv1ruslor many years, he a1ways mede time to f1ghtlorothersaswell. Wew1ll 1e­member him for his talent. his car 1119, his 1ncred1ble sense of humor and his love. All of us who loved him will miss him until !he day we meet again A memorial service will be held Sunday, Dec. 2 et 700 p.m. at Unity Church. 2929 Unity Drive. Houston Fly away Frankie. be the wmd beneath ourwmgs Gt:rtrude Stl'in .1nd AllCl' B. ToJ.. las step out of tlw l1ter,1ry h.lul mcmde ;md into thl' l'an .. 1,1n un derworld to track down ,1 mur dcrer and .irt thid. Whilt Gertrude ;md Alio.' d1,; for elm'! in \itcr.Hv ~•Ion~ ,ind ,1rt t•xh1b1 hom. Johnny \kAndn.·w~. a ga} American wnter, t,1J..~ w, on z wild and wicJ..lxl romp thn>ug~ the decadt.•nt su.h-t>f Pan.,1.in hte ~R..,pl<'h' w11h pkntv )f punnint b<ln!cr, Stcinian p.itu•h·, t1till.tlinf trvwbet ......,. ,,.n ti 11' le .lracters and a few wh.t he hell JrldC rom•ms, th1~ 1s ·' c .. mr'· dt -ht o comicmy~t.-rv ii lklW THE CARAVAGGIO SHAWL bv 5.lrnud \1. Stt.•ward $9.00 in boohton.~. ocCllpthisad .ind H"lllrl1 Wit} yl"Jr i...ktor51rll~tr :HI! m.k ALYSON PUBLICATIONS O..'ptl'·5;401'1vmptunSc Boston,MA021HI The Montrose Voice - 1'< TEXA~ H )AV NQV{V _ :JO.l980 Pub~11s=r1fays O:omm1111it2 Jlubli1~ingO:ompanv 408Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713J 529-8490 ""1-eoi>YftOlllllllO Ollice hours 9am~m H...,ry ... cC\"9_ ... ... c,111\eft ~.tbo<1,,._ Sk,pFe>· .. -- JB&;;R llON' 7131~-90 I AOVEFHI 1NG ;At.£S0£PAR1"'~"' (113)~l\l-~90 R•n<ltG0<oon--.. .. -10t ~;:'7:..:.:"~. ,;-;-;·~!'. ~~":!-:-.....::..;:~~ :=;::;_-~ --·-· .. ~fi~-31 ~=--=..:...'.:..-..- FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3(. 19901 MONTROSE VOICE 3 We cverthe Assorted Montrose groups plan annual holiday event DAVID AL DIRECTORS Columbia Street New:j of S61-2S61 fvi' ':lr1 Sf The Montrose Voice By SHERI COHEN DARBOSNE 'Chnetm" •nd H•nukhh m Munl,_ i't11C"r Editor Monc.n;.e" 1' 1pon1orfli by the Hou.- A divrnoe co.alition of Monc.n:-e or· l.un Mu.rum Diltrict ind •re• civic 1•mulion1. bua1n- and in1Utu· duhl. with the cooper•tion of the 11.on1 will celebrate ··Chri1tmu ind Gre•ttr Monll'OIH Bu.mru Guild. H•nukk1h m Montroar" With• 1e- the Nrartown 8U11n-Alliance. lo­nff ofnrnt1 in Decembrr. Thrholi- cal 1ehoo\1 and churche. and the d1y oblervance. •n annual tradition Univer1ity of St. Thomu nowin1t1fourthyear.offr .. avarie- Withthrobffrvancr.theBu1inff9 ty of activilie. m different MontrOH Guild will hold itl •nnu1l "Li1ht the 1etl!.ng1forthrd1vr111rpopulationof MontrDH" decoratina contffl, •c­MontrDH, eay the oraanizr ... Tht cordma to Bob 8•101. GMBG pree1 two-week Khl!'dule of plannl!'d drnt. Deadline for eMry LI Friday, rventl begin• Sunday, Dec. 2 and Dec 2J;judl(in1 will btdonrDec. 26- end1 Sunday, Dec. 16. The official 28, Ba1ot 1&id. The w1nnrr1 of thr celebration begine andrnd1with a contMt will be announced at the Chri1tma1 tree lighting ceremony Guild'• •nnual holiday party on Dec. 28 The par•de briJ.n• at 1(};00 am JoiningthechildNninthtirdrcor•l edunit1willbe•hi1hechoolm•n:h· in1band: Bi11BirdandlofcourwJ Santa Cl•u•. Thr Grand Ma .. h•I•. JOKph McFadden. L:ST pre.idrnt. drveloprrJohnC•l•waylUldD•vid Walker. 1pace 1huttlr commander. willlradtheparadr. Livrrn1trtain mrnt, face peinten 11.nd refre.h mrntlwillbeonhandfollowrnrthe paradeattheCampanilrCrntrr. Thr d ... ic "A Child'• Chri1tmH ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~[! oo?~~:i'~iet~~k~~~. ~e t~hil~~~~. holiday trtt will be lit at6:JO p.m Sunday, Dre- 2 at the Ca.mpamle Center. 4100 MontrDM! (11teofthr Montro..rBranch Library). Thrl7· foot trtt ftature9 omamentl mldr by children at nti.1hborhood 1ehooil. Thr M•dr11•I Sm1e .. from theH11hS.:hoolforPrrformin1•nd Vilua!Art1w11lprovidrrntrrt1m in Waln" will open the Jr..ir Rhiannon Whitebird Memorial poet ry readin(f at 2:00 p.m. in the Montroee Library, prearnted by Joanie and Scott Whitebird. Scott Whitebird will aleo read "The Ha nukkah Story" and the Poet1 Work 1hop will prnent 'Thr Grinch Who Stole Chri1tmu' Anthony Clarke Don Dowden Mike McKee HAll'ICllT! ETC Don Gill A Part Of, And Serving, OUR Community, 526-HAIR RED KEN HAIR PLUS by don 1701 W. Gray Houston. TX 77019 \,'\O ''The International Fe.t," noon lO HlO p.m., romplrtN the k1d1' day, fraturin1Frenchfolkdancer1.pin•· tamakin1.origimipaprrfoldinir.• Britilh handbell choir and crlebr• lion• from the Soviet Union An American Indian will rep,,_nt America'• hohd•Y tradiuon1 with danceaand1toriM Two runtl arr echeduled for S•t The r\ea.rtown Poli« Commumly urday. Dre. 8. Griaoe Luthrr•n Crnttr'• •nnual •nnivrnary celr­Church. 261.6 W•urh. 111pon10nn1 bril!.on ii a.Jeo an official l'Vent of a "Yulrfe1t. fraturm1 German and C.A.HJ.M Thi• year'• '"rnt takea Scandmavian dan~ and 11n1tn, place from 6:0Cl-H:OO p.m. on Thur• ~%~2 '~°3i! ~1~!1 ':~;!.:1:C ~~~~s0J~.;i.~~~~.°C:!~1~~~1:i' thr Lutheran church •nd early cul· tary food, i-r and wine will be pro­tural hohday trld111.on1. chu~h rtp- vidl!'d byare•re.taurantl r-ntal!.veau:plamtd . Thefin•lrventonthe1ehtdulei• The fourth •nnual Chn1tmu •n,d the hghting of the MontrOllt Com Hanukbh m Montroae Children• munity Chriltm .. Tree at Mary'•. Parade will aleo be held Dre. 8, With 10'22 Weatheimrr, tentatively 11ehtd· rel•ttd act1v1t•H pl•nnl!'d throu1h· ultd thrwerkendofDec. 15'16(e:r•ct outthrday.Thrpar1drofb1ke.,b11 time to be announced later) wheel1,1trollrr1 .. 1eoott .. •ndother AJthou1h recently .. nei1hbortd" non·motonztd"ndeab\ea"wiUitro~l into the civic1bu1ineM coalition'• up .MontrDlt.Blvd. from Buter•• celrbration,thiaeventhuactually Drbcateaaen. 1n Chrlera Market to been a tradition in the Montl"Ql!le thrC•mpamlrCrnter.. . gay,leabian community for yea ... • Par•dr participantl w1ll 1athrr m The tree, uau.Jly overlookm1 the front of Buttr•'• at 9:00 •.rn., where nei1hborhood from tht •top thr 1tudfntl from thr Un1vr .. 1ty ofSl. bar'• roof, i1avi1iblf1ymbol of the Thomu will hrlp decorate the vrh1 holiday• on thf We.thriml'r 1tnp clea. Buter•'• will trMt I.he p&rtlC1· Bagot111.id the event i1 !Uted for pan ti to hot chocolate and balloon•; thr rvrnm1 ofSund•y. DK. 16: ho,.· r~·er.J1mt'umr'l'.Mar>'•o,.·nrr ... 1d TuNd•y the umr and d•te h•~·r not hHn fin•liad CAD DRAFTING ALL TYPES SPECIALIZING IN ELEC. ENGR. NORMAN SANFORD HCS ENTERPRISES INC. 771-6982 AUDETTE CENTER A\l~dsltt in ooopcration .. itb The PWA Coali tion-Houston and Bod) Posithe presents "NEXT STEP" Workshops for people who have tested HIV positive and wonder "What do I do now?" • •·rtt CD4 blood test • •·rttRPR(syphllis)ttst • •"rttTBsklntest Workshops are held the fir~t and second Tuesday or each month in English and the third Tuesday or each month in Spanish 6:00 PM • 8:30 PM 4211 Grau\tark (behind the Audette Clinic at 1200 Richmond) For more information, call: 713·528-5531 cr11lldc<I t>yth< Tc ... txponmcn1 of Uulth) Invite you to come home for Christmas. Advent begins with a special Sermon by Fr. De nnis Borca, O.F.M. parrntl will receivroornphmrnta.ry oofiee•ndhottt.a. To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of Montrose, call §f?'~CLUB BODY~ ll NTERSO: "Hope and Reconciliation" Sunday, December 2nd at 10:30 A.M. 2515 \Vaugh Or. at Missouri Both the people of Grace and Kolbe look forward to seeing you. 529-8490 J We can't get results until you do. Thisisnolt•ctureontht•,.,i;.rcadof:\IDS. '.\oris1t fals · hoJ)t'andpmrr ' in th!:· fa,·t· of dt•\·asuit1n~foar. This is help forpeuplt'who test 111\'po~itiw Hody Positive LS a n1r11:t'rnt·d groupof\·!~UTI!t't•rs who Un0t'rstand th !'l'a!it- sufM't'ttmgb.-sted. \\e'rt.·ht·retoput n-.imtourhw1thpeople who ran !rip. to lt't }iJU know thc.·n- is help. Tht'!'l''s a, mc1 foralongerandhe lthier'.ifcw1thearl~·me:lica •body ~~~~-::t' m~ Jptioosfocthose WI h thf ==positive The numbeT "1.'111 put ~l'IU in I :iuch with •• llOUVOll 3~1it;~ r:n7\-ISE%~~~~~~( s. c:f~ ,, miifii f I Pro Maxima/Free Weight Gym Monthly Workout Pass $38 Membership Required, $17 for 6 months • Heated Pool/ Sundeck Area• Private Tanning Room• Steam Room• Dry Sauna• Jacuzzi• Video & TV Room • Snack/ Vending • Showers 2205 Fannin 659-4998 4 MONTROSE Vi ICE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1990 Arson suspect in psychiatric hospital, say investigators By SHERI ("OHE/'; DARBONNE The Montrose Voice John Matthews, ;J9, who has been charged with aruon in the Oct. 28 Wrching of a Montr0&e gay bar, is confined in a Sugarland p11ychiatric hOHpi· tal, accordinl( lO investigatMS. According to a Hou11ton Fire lkpartment arson inve11tiga lion, Mattht-ws apparently ad· milted himllt'lf into Orchard Creek Hot;pital, Sugarland. sometime in e11rly :'\ovember. Diana Seal11, cu11tud1an ot rt'C­or< ls for the HFU arson divi· Ilion. said the inve11tigation n-­port indicated Matthews had a hiswry of p11y(-hiatril' prob­lem• The rf'port said Matthews" sister told arson invf'stigators the suspect had b('<·n treated for mental problems in the past. l\;o moti\.'e wa11 givm. but the report 11ugg(·t;tl><l Matthews may havl• acted in rl"lnliation for being denied admittant·(· to the bar or being uskt>d to l(•ave, Seals 1>aid Official11 at Un-har<I ('reek would not confirm ordt'ny that Mat1hew11 i11 a patient there, saying that becausl" of the type of facility. information on the patit-nts i.s tif{htly controlled Matthews is charged with one count of ari1.on in the Ripcord fire. and has not been linked to any otht-r M.mtrose ~11on cru1e, according to thl' re­port. The report wa11 not clear on whether Matthews con· fesKed the ar11on to inve11tiga· tors, or wh(•tht•r h(• voluntm·ilv checked in to the mt•ntal h01'pi· tal Scott Burns, pro11t'(·utor for 1.he l77th Dit<trict Court, 11aid Matthew11 i11 11thl'dull-d to ap· pear befort: a 1otrand jury on Dec. 13. The blazl'. whieh caused an estimated $12,000-15.000 in damages and for<·ed thl' bar to close for a f1·w days f•>rrl'pairs, was started from tht: outside of the bar's rear wait. lnvet1tif{a· tore liaid th(' arsoni11t appar· entJ~.- poured a flammable liq· uid on thl' wall. tht•n if{nittod it Somewhere in the Night ... ... Audn·w is waiting Andrl'w,w1thh lu.. for .fl!an.;i his th1rs1 for 'looJ. Andrt"\'\." whosequ1$llvrl "" 5SOTl('l1111C'! hamp••n•J bv a troub l'd cnn scie ~.Andr''"' '1l'!-r1·allvno1 keNh.·r \amp n s. ye J knOw 1; nfyzrtgt1j t nt111 "Jl 1lw'SI rnrpmgtalls.ir. Jlrt •uff '"'~"'Q>W gh1,,,.irt $11Wlt'll'lu'rt 11 IMNt!{hl w.i.;oi... • ~um "·""'""mi SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT .,, St ,1, 'Mc\\Jh.u ,, - 1pn:l)toordn Scientists at Tulane University report third retrovirus By JANET McCOSNAt,;GHEY •• UO'<TA( ""' NEWORLEANS!AP>-Scientil:ta at Tulane Univer1ity have found a new viru• which appeara related to the AIDS viru1. according to an article in the latfft ia.ue of the joumalScience 'Thi9 may provide some e•pla· nation for the ob&ervation that person• with a rheumatic diseue o!Un Jive fal11e po11itivee in the AIDS test;' principal invt'lltigator Robert Garry 11aid in an interview "The thing that'll really more ex cit.in&, ill we have po..,ibly identi· fied an agent involved 1n mducmg autoimmune di11easu," 11aid Garry, aaaociate profeMJ1or of microbiology and immunology at t.he Tulane Univeraity School of Medicine He 1aid the viru11 may be gen ell· cally related to HIV. the viru11 which cauaH AIDS. and one of two other known retrovirus­one of the group1 ofvirusH which can in11ert their genetic material into thrir h06ts" DNA. The third, HTLV. eausee a form of leukemia "lt'a very e:i;citing and \·ery in tere11ting, and obviously the retroviru11 branch htTt at CDC would be very inte?t'llted in bei.na abletoconfinn it;' Dr. Tom Folk11, head of the rell'ovina branch of the Centera for Di.ease Control in Atlanta. uid Friday, Nov. 23. However, he uid Garry"l lf?OUP had not been in touch with him Since he had not yet received the Nov. :l3 i1111ue of Science, Fo\kll 11aid, he could not uy whether the t.echniquee u11ed would indeed havei11olated a new retroviru11. "You have to be very careful. Many invettigatora have made mi>1takl!l a Iona the way. There are a lot of little th1ng1 t.hatcould mi11leadyou:'he11aid Garry uid TuNday, Nov. 27, that the new viru11 waa isolated from two of 11i:i; patient& with Sjogren'• 11yndrome. an auwimmune di.ease which af. fects about 500,000 people in t.hi9 country. It attack• tear and 11ali· \"ary glanda, drying out the eyes and mouth Garry 11aid rt'H&rchera then checked 26 pa1ient11 with SJu1inm'• 1yndrome and lupUll erythemat.o.i11. a diaeue which at· tsckll tht 11kin. connective tiuue. ltidney11, •pleen and other oraan11 Antibodies tothenewviru11were found in the blood of24 of1ho11e pa tienta, Garry 11aid in an interview TuNday, Nov. 27 '"We definitely. at thi11 point, ha· ven't proven that thi• viru11 i• a• llOciated. We haven't proven a cauae and effect relation1hip. But the isolation of a new retroviru1 i11 aignificant in ita own right," he •aid Folks11aidanewretroviru&-t'll pecially one auociated with an autoimmune disease-would in deed be a very 11ignificantdiscov ""'I t mi&ht open the pathway to really under11tand ing autoimmune di11ea11e:· 11aid Folks Scienti11ts aillO believe that genes. hormones and other facwra may be involved in autoimmune di-.lfthenewviru11i9partof theeau.ee,11aid Garry. iti1a11tep­pmg 11tone toward finding a vac­cine or anti\·iral druga, and to llcrffning the blood 11upply to avoid 11preading the >1)rndrome Garry Mid one re815Un thf' team 1tudied Sjogren '11 syndrome ill that it affecta only the 11alivary and lachrymalgland1. lfaviru11wu involved. l't'tlt'arehera felt it miaht be found in lhose gland11. And the gland• were easy to remove or take11Smplesfrom ~we were interested in t.he di>1· t>a•e from a couple of11tandpointa. f>'irat,weknewthat .5to!Oper cent of patienta with HIV diseaae have 11ymptom11 \'t'ry much like Sjogren'• 11yndrome;· 1aid Garry 'They also develop other rheu matic diaordera-arthritifl and the like:· Patient.II with the 11yndrome have about a 25 to 00 percent chance of developing rheumatoid arthriti11or11y>1t.emic lupu11. 11aid a .. ,, He 1aid that made re11earchera think that a retroviru11 might be invoh·ed in Siogren'• 11yndrome The firt1t thmg they locoked for. he said. wa11 antibodie11 to retrov1ru- Wt found that a fair number of thl"m made antibodiN that re­actl'd with AIDS \"iru11 protein11 That was vtry lUll:fl'.t'tltive that a J)f"nf>n with Siogrtn ·, 11yndrome might haw a v1ru>1 of their own :\ut HIV. but ?trhap1 related:' he 1aid Examination by electron micro­scope and through variou11 other lellta found baaic differencel be­tween t.he new vin.111 and HIV, he laid He 11aid t.he viru11 may help ex plain why a11 many aa JO percent of patient& with di.eell.llM 1uch H Sjogren'• 11yndrome and lupu1 lelt poaitive for the AIDS viru11 even though they have not been e• posed to it Re11eareh on HIAP may al110 bring in11ight into the origin• and development of human retroviru11e11,andhelpi.solateoth er11,Garry aaid "We used the AIDS viru• to find thi11 new one, and I think we'll be able to usethi11 newoneto find oth er retroviru11e11 M wen:• he .aid 'Certainly tht'8t' techniquN I u11ed to find thenewvi?1U1weren'tavail· ablebeforf'theAIDScri11ia.Alotof reagents were developed for deal· mg with the HIV viru11 "Since they're available. we wt>re able to find the new one. 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(AP>-Pn> daughter Anne told hl'r fiveyeara gram.1 for gay and lnb1an teen· ago 1hl' waa a lnbian. But Jl'n ag"'9 an available in eoml' cities, kin• said the and her huaband, but Louisvil\1"1 hom<lll'xual Tom. aradually have learned that youth.I 1till must 1trugale with gay teen·ager1 and their ramihee their l'merging aexuality largl'IY feel alone, anguilihed and in need on their own, concerned parl'nl.l of 1upport and otheu 1ay Jenkin1 ii active with Hope in And they eay the teen• receive the Loui.iiville chapter of Parenti little public support u they try to and t'riend1 of Le1bians and overcome feeling• of i10\ation and Gaye pam According to a U.S. Department "Gay and leebian childttn often. or Health and Human Services re­look really 1ood ... but inaide you port relea.1ed \aat year, homosexu may not know that they're feelin1 al youth• a re two to three times alotofpainandalotofiaolation more hkely to attempt 111.icide and a lot of loneline111;· 1&id Jane than heterottexual teen-agers, and Hope, who..e IOn Gerry ill homo- up to 30 percent of the teen• who sexual kill themaelves each year may be Hope 1aid htr eon. a winning gay 1wimmtr and 1tudtnt·council Hom01exual youths aleo are at preeident.knewhewuhoma1exu· hi1her risk for alcohol and drug alfromthet.Jmehewul2.But1he abu-in part because their uidGen)·didn't"coml'outoftht 1truggle to come to terma with clotttt" to her until he wa1 :.!I thl'ir1texualorientation,inaaocie- "'That"1 a Iona ttme to be alonl' ty generally not accepting of h<> with a secret:· 1he Hid moeexuality, often leada to low MarieJtnkin11aid "ithitmem M"if·twteem the pit of my stomach" whl'n her 'Many families are unable to rt!COnciletheirchild"1aexualiden tity with moral and rt!ligiou.1 val· uee.~ the report Hyl. Teen·a1er1 who openly acknowl· edge their homOlll'xuality, the re­port 18yt, "may feel eoml' 1enlM' or 1eeurity within them1elvn but face tremendou1 txtemal conflicl.l with family and peer•' At a recent AIDS conftrence in Loui1wille. a panl'l ofhomOlexual teen-agen from lndianapoli• spoke of their strug1le1 and the 1upp-0rt thty get from the Indian· ap-0Jia Youth Group, an education al and itOCia\ organization for gay people under 21 •·when you're 15or 16andyou have feeling1 that aren't quite normal' .you feel veryiaolated uid one paneli1t. a girl named Love.1Teen1 on thl' panel ullt"d on· ly their fil'lt namN becauM 1oOme have not diacu.Md their 1uuality with their familic....) She added ··w, know that gay )·outh havt a hi1h rate of AIDS lt'1 bl'cau11t they are out on the street." trying to mt'('t otht'r gay p@()ple, becaulM" 'they have no whereleli1el to10' The youth group "hu given me the 11elf-eetttm and the confi de nee'' to speak publicly about be­ini a leabian, said Vane111a. an­othl'f panelist. Joinin& it "wa11 the Mt step toward the future I could ever make;· she said, addina that the 11upport ahe ha11 found made her unde!'3tand "it'a OK to be 1ay lt"s OK. You're not a bad person" While the 1roup may not moti· vate everyone to acknowledge his or her sexuality openly. Vane1sa said. thoose who participate "can at lt8't look in the mirror and Hy, 'I am hom011exual. and I am hap­P>' The youth group, funded in part by a $:!0.000 grant from the feder al Cente!'3 for Dilll'alll' Control, wu formed three years ago. So far it h .. M-rved about IOOO teen aa .. ra. lt.8 adult coordinator. Chri11 Gonzalez. aaid the group sponeor11 rolltr-11kating parties. dances and parent.I' ni1ht.1. and educational 11eminara on 1ubjecu 1uch u pre­vention of acquired immu.nedefi ciency 1yndrome and wlf-esteem bu.ildina. La.et 1ummt>r. it also 1tartedanationalhotline-l-800- 347·TEEN-operat.ed from 7:00 p.m. to midniaht t'nday11 and Sat· urday1 by arou.p member• trained in peer ooun11tlina •·weattreceivin1anawfu.\lotor call• from kid1 from the Loui.iiville area who are JookinK for direction and a place to go;· Gonzalez said "You have kid1 within your own community who de11perately need your help" In Loui1ville, a aroup of con cemed adult.8 is at "a very early 11taae"' ofd1scu111inawhHherto let upa 11milararoup,1aidJeffVe1· 11el1, who ha11 been acttvein AIDS work "The bottom linl'i&that we want to provide a 1afe environment whert youn1 people can be who they attand feel OK about it:' Ve.· M-l11&id."Theneedi1dear.and wfre tryinK to fiaure out how Mt toaddreuit' Safe sex shop blends humor with business of education MADISON. Wis (AP) ·AIDS 1S no laughing matter at the Saler Sex Boutique. but the unique shop ol!erssuch l>ghthesrted gifts as condom-shaped candy and boxer shorts adorned w•th sm1hng condom cartoons that glow in the dark Shoppers also can buy eamngsandkaycha1nsthat discreetly store condoms 1ns1de. or use a computer that Calculates a person's hkahhood ol exposure to AIDS The unusual store. open th•s hohdayseason. 111commerc111 expenmenl to marllet both silly and serious products that promotesateisexarddrtw attentoontotheneecsolth>se who ha~e acquired imune def1c1encysyndrom1 "Th1I •Sdestgned to talk &DOOi and promotesaieraex by makmg11morefunand exc1t1ng:· said DaveRomp1 executive director of the AIDS Support Network m Madison •n advocacy group that helped dev1lopthebus1ness ·somes1oresw•ll have a sale­sex comer or cu!e little condom section. but there·s never been a whole store devoted to 1\. he said Smcethe boutique opened Nov 5, 1\ has drawn about 2.000 people-both shoppers and the s1mplycurious-rang1ngtrom teen-agers and their parents to divorcees re1Vrn1ng 10 the dating scene, Rompa sa•d Wisconsin professor and ROTC crusade continue plodding MADISON. 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Texas Riders: f.iJ's: The Texas Rene­gades. and Miss K•lty's The list ot those needing help 11 now over 300, and requests are still commg 1n. according to Insurer wants suit switched to federal court WEST PALM BEACH. Fla iAPl Attorneysloran •nsurance company are trying to find anew court to hear a 1aw1u1tliled bya woman who claims she got AIDS l rom her dentist The suit should be transferred lrom stata to federal court becau1ethe1ssuesrevolve around national d1scr1mmat1on laws and guidelines forAtDS­lnlected health care workers sa•d lawyers lor CIGNA Dental Health ol Florida Inc Kimberly Berga1is maintained 1n a su1t liled Oct. 31 that CIGNA should have screened h9f' dentist and otl'lers lor AIDS The 22- year-old Fort P•ercewoman believes she contracted AIDS when Or. Dav•d Acer ol Stuart removed two wosdom teeth on Dec. 1987 CIGNA attorney Steven Robey charged 1n the transfer request l1led Friday. Nov. 23. m US District Coun that AIDS 1creening would violate the U S Rehab1iitat1on Act ol 1973, which proh•b1ts companieslrom 1nqu1r1ng about AIDS or d11ab1l1t1es before horing Atlomeys for Bergalisblasted the request as a ploy tode1ay trlalunt1l aflerthe womand1es Any wrongful death damages awarded her family would then be much lower. said her attorney. Robert Montgomery 'I call ot'onsurancecompany mental1ty·and1t'smean." Montgomery H•d "They don't wantherahvelorthal courtroom~ CIGNA attorneys say federal 1aw1. along with gu1dei.nes estabhshed by the net1ona1 Cent91's lor Disease Control auow rned1ca1 proless1onals with AIDS to treat patients LadyV_ wh)u geatn ..._ mui1- ty to Please JOm us Oec 9 tor 1nevenmg otentertaonment. to lhowourlove and e41re10 )U1 tnendl l•~1ng w•!h AID. "he beneM prov•des Christr as cardswotri ;ashCIOnatooneen closed to .;:1ogent PWAs 1n Houston Or Dec 16. Mary·sw•ll heve •ISannualChristmastr9f'ligll- 1g Slay m tou;h !ordeta•lsoi thettme At E,-J't this Saturday morn 1g Dec. I). Miss Dn v.-111 tie hav1ig Contusions '90 w11h1pecal guests to be announced What little barback (BAB) has a regostrat1on at Iha Re•sner? roublestrikesagaon Charhe (BAB1. Bobby 1Mary'1) nd not Rod (Mary's) wr 111 do lthreeh1ve1n -ommo Or,wttatwastl'tle•Llement n the bffr room. wren Fanny caugnt you in.re' Remember tne Mur:crkrn Party th•SSaturday n1gnta1 Gentry h•S1Sa pertylor people!)1 and under Prizes to IJe award ~ Come out 11 d see tr »e h~t men at Gentry R Blaoae v.u on a ••ntasy n e Wedi eaday n1gl I al E J s. Wan mg top ace a keg Jpwhere? Gary (Chicago) hilw was your two-day bmge from !ht> VA Did you 10<:k lulu back 1n ttte.·:iser Sea Hawks vs. Ont'rs Ort B•g .creen TV wh~e? Berry Hiii ot )u~e. aplacewhereyou'll l'lave 1e tit ot a good 11 e' Tc iy >now hu1ry and get wel fr9m your neartattack )ea tEiJ'sl. another birthday? -la~eyou tOIClJu..,my ttowold you •eallyare' FRIDAY NOVEMBEA30. 1990, MONTROSE VOICE 11 Mat ..;&N Cale), how do you fye~~~u;!C::i~~!, ~~~=~ llul- Jerry 1BRB)' 11 •I true WOOdy h• tn re-dr s you e~ery Mon-day morning when you ge1 to work? Nurse David. •tsp1Mulwhen you cant walk down a wttee1- cttair ramp w•thout falling dowrt Too much l11e beer or what' ~Y,;;~stu;;;llf "You'll Ha ve a Hill of a Good Time" Dec. 5 Lip Sgnc ls!, 2nd, 3rd Place Prizes 9pm Sunday: Oilers vs Sea Hawks 3pm with 2s ~ Hot Dogs 15346 Kuvkendahl S87-8810 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• Naturally !Home of Sundance Cattle Company! ~ Sunday, Dec. 16 Mary's Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Wed. 1 lam Pool Tourney Fri. 11 am Dart Tourney Tuesday & Thursday: Lunch on the Patio Noon-3pm HAPPY HOURS Morning: 7<11m·Nooi S SO we· & Dorie~t•~ Beer ~ AFTER ~IOURS 2am to closing Friday & Saturday (coffee. iuices. sodas & Artesia) Plus Live D.J. During After Hours 12 MONTROSE VOICE ·FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1990 Workers in AIDS-related jobs keep going despite stigma Researcher says teens misunder­stand threat By Jt: RI WATERS COLUMBUS. Ohio CAPJ-Work mg with AID::i patieni.a ha1 been enenrichmgeiper1enceforvolun teerl, but aome feel unaettled with the public's perception of their Jobe end 11nube from medical m· 11uranceegencie.. Many medical profe11ionel1 and volunt.eel'I who work with peo­p! e who have acquired imJT1unede ficiency ayndrome or carry the lllV virus are finding that they erenot1paredtheenimoeityfaced by their patient.I l''or11<•mt•,theprejudkeiaafact of life 'lexpectitalotortimes:·aaid Katharine Whianant, a 1-0C'ial worker with AlD Atlanta. who wu foreed t<> end a relatiom1hip with a boyfrit-nd becauae he coukl nut accept her work with AIDS pa t1ent1or her gay frienda. She aaid the txperience haa made her reluctant to tell people where ahe works or what ahedoee. At a recent party. she tried to avoidtheilJllue. "I thought. "Oh, I don't want to deal with if So I just said I we. a aocial worker'' Carol Schaljo, who works with AlDS Volunteers ofCincinnati, re­main a convinced her job waa the reason an insurance company de­nied her application for medical coverage. 'The irony ofthia is rm a health educator;'M11.Schaljosaid."ledu· cate the general community in the prl"·ention of coming in con tact with and being infected by the HIV \·iru11: M11. Schaljo 11ay1 for a woman of 51, she'• ·ao health)·. it'1 ridku· lnua ·t-;o one ia g\larantet"mg me the right to be insured. but a necH&ity to get along in the world(i.sJ ba1uc medical insurance coverage'. 1he 11aid There ia also the fear in the back or the care given· mmd11 that they will contract tho.' diaeaiw through an accidt>nt However. Kent Taylor of the fedt>ral Center• for Diaeaee Control in Atlanta 11Bid tht' risk waa 11ight There a re 37 known calff of the viru1 being tran11mitted tQ work el'8, h1i1aid The virus may be pa1111ed along when HIV-infected blood or con taminated body nuida come into oontact with an open wound or are injectedintothe1kin.accordingto the CDC. In a June Hlli9 report, the CDC 1aid a pel'8on faCt'tl one chance in 200 of being infected by the HIV virua aa a ret1ult or a single ron· taminatedneedle11tirk Carol Lynne Yarletta, {In AIDS !'uning Care Specialiat with thl! Columbia Health Department. said 1h1i tackles nel(atlve reac­tion• t<> her occupatmn h1iad-on lfi1rurelcan1i1therblowpe<Jple away and tell them what I do. or I can avoid thlilillU•~andNly I am a nur&e; ahe ea.id. 'But my aUitudl! iathatforeveryonepefllOnyoued ucate and give them the factl. that couldbefivemorepeoplethatthey in tum educate or oorred the1r m11underaumding:• Public fear toward people who work with AIDS patientl has eaaed11generalknowledg1iofthe disease has grown eince the early 1980a, AIDS workers eay The growing awarent'fls haa re­sulted in more volunteers becom· ing intereeted in AIDS-related work Hoepita\s and other organii:a· tions thatprovidesflrviCHtopeo­plewiththediBea11iinitiallydrew \·olunteen from a pool of young gay white males who m011t likely had lO!it someone to AIDS Volunteer coordinators said that aa thediwaaeaffect.edother Mgments of the community. the people offering their IN'rviCN be­came more di\'tne. ·People really have been falling altoverthe1n-'t'lveetobec·uml!part Tonight Enjoy Your Favorite Tunes and C/W Videos with Chris Ballard Your C/W DJ/VJ Sunday C & W Singer Saturday H.B. Murray and Bandera Band 9:30pm Sid Spencer 7pm •*******************~ .. Don't Forget Steak: ! Night Begins 5pm : ********************** Tuesday C & W Dance Lessons lOpm with Brent & Jim 2400 Brazos Thursday 50¢ Hamburgers on Our Patio 7-9pm $1. 25 Longnecks All Day I All Night Dance All Night with Our DJ-Chris 528-9192 of the pro 1.: 1d Denr Davi oftheJen alemHoU11einAtlao ta. which is prdt·ntly home t< five AJIJS patienta who othe"' wouldbehumeleu. Ul!tlpit.I' the day·w-day pre. eure.. AIDS wurken aay their ex periencet1 have enriched their livet1. 'Onl"t' you cal.ch the fever, it"a hardtoll'tl(obecauaeit"1:1acau1e: M1. Whi1mant said ... Il'a hard work, il'11depretM1ingandpainful. but what you get hack. ifl ten· fold' 'I have turned down aeveral jobe hKauae I want to etay in th11 jub.'' aaid Rick Gower. a reeearch UIK><'1atew1th the Ohio State L'ni· nrH1ly AIDS Clinical 1'riala t:nit 'The reward ia m being aorneone on the front lme of AIIJSrt'St'arrh ThilJoha~ way be~·ond the mon l!lary reward1;" h1ieaid ''I want to be work1ngm lhi1Job .... hen a cure for the dil!U.le oomea around. I Cl'ml! up with thf' 11ame kind of ho!>" that the patitnU do. 8"'N'w' Mnntn Montrose Voice COLUMBUS. Ot'llG (AP) -Teen· agers cont•nue to have unprotectedsexwothmun1p!e partnersbec:ausetheyl1olto realrzethat AIDS is not 1us1 fl homosexual disease. a soc101og1st says Rober1 Fulton. d1rectorot th• University of Minnesota's Center tor Death Education and Research. said prehminarydata appeartoconl1rmthath1gh school and college students ars more sexuallyactovelhan they used to be and many1renot us1ngprotect1on. Fulton has been studying the atlltuoes and behavior of college freshmen F0tsome.th8more1ct1ve theywere,theleu1ikelythey were to lake precautions. · he u.1d •n an 1nterv•tw with The Columbus 011pateh published Saturday. Nov 24 'Tl'le 1onphcations for thespreadol th1sd1seasearetremendous· Fultoo 11 to speak in Columbus >n Monday. Nov 26 Manyteen1st111 donot th•nk they ara at risk because they believe AIDS happens only to gay men or intravenous drug users.Fu1tons11d Oneal the riskiest behav•ofl 11 what Fulton calls ··networking when students sleep with more than one partnerandth81 partnersleepsw•lh more than one pariner TEXAS RIDERS FALL ROUNDUP! COMING UP: SAT., DEC. 8 LANCERS M.C. 13th ANNIVERSARY THE BLACK GLOVE PARTY THIS SAT. 5PM: CASH POOL TOURNAMENT THIS SUN. 5PM: MESQUITE BURGS & DAW GS (DONATION TO COLT 45's TROUBLE FUND APPRECIATED) HOME OF LANCERS MC YEA! PARTY! GROovlN'* CAUISIN' * BOOZJN ' NEVER A M UNLIMITED 1-'RVATE Ptia:.'!\J Af"'USS 1;- - icc-r ANO ALWAYS u..A..10 VIBES I . A FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1990 MONTROSE VOICE 13 I..ocaJ. Houston organizations help observe World AIDS Day ~ral 10!».l •rgr.n!zWona are pl&rullnC .ct.lv1t.lae tJl1I weeUnd and througbout nut week 1n Vb­Blll'VWIOI of World AID8 Day and World AIDS Week World AIDS~. Dec.l,WU~bytbeAmel'­loe. n Aslloc1aUon for World Health ua··~rorooordJ.n&ted.IOtlon ap1nBLAIDS(andJtoed· annual ught1n4 of the '"Qlr1atmaa Tree of Hope"' at6:00p.m. ln the Metropollt.a.nMult.1-ServloeOentel' ~arelnv1tedt.obrtnganor-­nament t.o hang on the tree In memory ofeomeoMwho ha8 <I.led of AIDS Yor lnformat.lon, call 624- 237< wate people about HIV and AIDS'" Thla~.thethemefor the lntemat1onal obMr­vanoe 18 "Women and AIDS" llDDUDM BtlCJlbor­hood On~(Dec.4 th.eAIDElEquit.ylague 18 urging persons oon· oernedeboutAIDElt.oat­tend t.he Houaton Clt,y COundl'apubllc fon.im, lvtDll whlch beg1ns at 9:00 GP'H!FF 18 h011Unl an evenins of The AIDS Coalition to Lffi_ In OOW1Cll Cham· 'Danoe J.ee&onl with the Daddys" Unleaah P!Jwer <ACI' UP-Houaton). for the thJ.rd oon -=uuve yMr. will obMrve World AIDS~wttharell,yontheatepe ofCltyffallonSat~.Dec. l.The rally wW beg1n at noon wtth a .Bpea.k Out."' sponaored by the group. In which oonoerned people will &ddree9 HIV and AIDS aware. ~. nie nam. of pereona who hAve <I.led of AIDS •.n Houston w1ll "'""" Scheduledepeatereatthe'"Si-k Out." tncl.udll 11ta1e Rep Debre Danburg . .ct.lvi8t Ray Hill; B1ll NapoUclthe~leWlthAIDBC:O.­llt. lon; Ralph Laaher of the Montroee Ctruc, Glenda O&nlner of the Clt,y r-lth depa.rvnent. ~n Baal.th of Over the Hill; l\}'lIDll 'fyrne of the American Red Croee;St.a.nH&rrell,ACTUPByra­CUBe, Brian Bradley and Michael Crawford of ACT UP HO\lflt.on; Ger­t. rude B&rnstone, et.ate boe.rd mem ber. Amerto&n CM.I Llbert.lee Un Ion; Ph,yll18 A. 'I\.lcker; and Stepha. n1e Burka, llOOOl'd1ng t.o ACT UP membere i.ue Perez and Joe Thornton. AaJ: UP 11 W'gln4 thoee attendJnS the rally t.o wear pink. and t.obrtngaplnlr. r-.-t.ohonora tr1end or loved one A.IBO on Saturday. Die l. Body PoelU~/Houston and the Hmmton NA.MEBJ>rq)ec\wtllhoeltheth1rd bere.Repreeent.&Uveeof trom7Q0.10:00p.m aeveralAIDElaerv1osprov1derol'­g1. n1z.a.Uona ~ scheduled t.o speak, and OOWlC1l members wW be &eked t.owe&rgr&en ribbone to mark: t.he obMrvanos. members -lagu8 members aa1d other ··eur-pn.&" ~ plann9d t.o make the groupe"oouncllappea.ranoememo­""~ Plbl1c forum 18 open t.o aey-om tn the oornmuntty who w18hea t.o speak,but.anappolnUnentmust.be made In ldvt..ntle. SpeakaMI are al ':1WOd three minutes. PllreoNI who wtsh to &ddree8 tb!I pubUc forum 'I\Jesdf,y should call the Clty Secre­tary, 247·1640 -PWACH to elect officers The December IIIOOUnS of the~ pie With AIDS Coaiit.lon Houston WW be held at 7:00 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3 at the Met.ropollt&n Mult.I Sel'Vloe Center, 1475 West Gray !Clectlons for 1991 will be held at tJl1I meeu.ng, andmembereareen 00W'8'9dtoattend.aaldBWN&JX>ll. prmldent.. Yor more Information, call PWACH at 522-6428 -Silent a.UCUon for ART A silent c::ti.rtsun.e auction titled 'That."e What P'rtends are For"" wW be held trom.4 D0-8:00p.m..Sunday. Dec. 9. Theevent18abenetltfortb!I AIDS response team CART>, and will be held at M1s8our1 &.rellt St.a­uon. 1117 M.188our1&.reet.Aepe. C1al gueet performance by Marsh& ~lt.onll8Cbe<!uled.P'orlnforma. Uon, call ART at 629-2898 -O"O'Fathers/ Fathers F!rst P'orthelutfewye&r11.thedrlve ha8 beMftted uee. hosplt.ele. for the ch1l<1ren who had the mlllfor-­tune to be there on Chrlsunu ~. -.v membere Th18yMr. t.hebenetl· C1&ry 18dltfermt. and the drive hall been aUght.1y altered to .ncludll a larg&rv&.rlef.yOfltema. ln add!Uon t.o toyll. donauona of nureery1tema(llUChasd1apere,))6. by w1pes. .oy-Oased formulas l wUI be oollected. lteme donated tJl1I ye&rwill gototheCb.U<lren"eHome. a hollplOe fol' children wtth AIDS For !Tl()I'I lnforma.Uon on thedr!.ve. oont.act Al Morrow at 663-7826 OnO::t l.G&yhthereo!Houston andl"IU.hersF\1'$1.rrwrged,!orrn1ng Ge.yFa.thers/Fa.tb!lref'lretofHou. ton. GF/Jl'P'H 18 a non-protlt sup. port orgaruz&Uon open t.o all ga;y !at.hers, men oonuimpla.Unl fa­therh. ood. or ga;y men in a child nurturtng role. It 18 a mutually supporuve group with meeUnge and an open fon.im of prob!eme, expertenoee, oonoems and~ uon with respect t.o pt.renUng and re.18lng ch1ldren GUill8t epe&kere arepenodJcallylnv1t.edt.oedodre88 tesuee o( J.ntereat to the member-­o! Up Soci.alactJ.vttl89tncllDlpotluck dl.nnere. group ouunga, fund re.18· Ing for oornmunlty caus.i, and gi,.st bartend1n8 at w BR8 OF/FFH rMetQ evtiry Mondl,y rothtattheMo!l1.rl'.9Counllellng center. 900 Lovett.8Ulte203. Room 3 at 600 p.m. Oont.ct. oo-cha1re ~ Brlgpat54i-&t!02orAIMol'­row at663-7626fo ·morelnfonna -PWA!egal services Q-.vFaU>ere/l'lt.then1Jl'lnAotHou.- TheHoUOJt.OnYow>tll_..wyerwA.M<>­t. on has aruiounoed that tt.e annual datlon and the Houston Ba.r AIJ80- toy drlve wW be hflld on Dec. 13 at clatlon, wlt.h the Houston 'Allun· theBra.zo&RlverBou.om. TbJsyear, teer L&wyeMIABaoolAUon.haveea: The Black Line Where sJ1 men a.re welcome. 1-900-468-2622 14 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1990 Liberace's former lover testifies in Canyon slayings trial Dallas retiree auctions her paintings to help AIDS patients LOS ANGELES (AP)· ·The u.· lover ol the late Liberace 1es11f1ed thatalormer nightclub owner accused of murdering tour people threatened to "get even" with th1eveswho1tole$1 million in drugs and jewelry from his home Scott Alan Thorsoi:i. 32 teat1!1ed Monday. Nov 26. that he heard defendant Eddie Nash makethethreatswholehewas v1s1t1ng Nash'• home to buy coc111ne He screamed that he'd gel even and he was going to get to the botlom ol whal went on and who wH resp<>ns1ble tlor the theft). Tho~n siud 1n Superior Cooo NHh.61,andco-delendant Gregory Diles. 42. are accused ol the July 1. 1981. bludgeoning deaths ol tour people 1n a home 1nthe Laurel Canyon area ol Los Angeles IGBO,gay bowling event, tournament marks 12th year MILWAUKEE (AP)- Bowlers who organized an mternet1onal toomament 12 yea~ ago lor gay people predicted 400 ~rt1c1panta lorth11year1annua1 event By STEVE BLOW Tltt:DallNMatni"llf.'f!IJ.•• rc11 nf "°"'IOOISl ~\ a OAfLAS (APJ-When you"re 79 yeef"9 old, Evelyn Pruitt believe. you 1houldn"t plan too far in ad "l don't go out and buy any green bananaa;· she says lntruth,thevivacioue"M i111Ev· e\yn" ie always planning a whole month ahead-to her end-of-the­month charity an auction But that'e getting ahead of the •tory. Let' ago back about 15yeara to when Mias Evelyn began taking •ickpoopletoandfromthedoctor. It wae ju11t her own little retire­ment project, a good Samaritan ef. fort foranyoneneedingaride Today, thr north Dallas grand- Tm not gay. and I"m m•t 1p-mother know1 moreaboutthedrv poc.ed to them. ( 1ay evrr)·I, ly IA. .. tatinn and heartechr of AIDS hill own notion' than almOl!lt anyone in the city That original phunt' call waa a requr11t to carry a M.'rio1111ly ill young man from hia apartment to thrh011pital. ··Hecriedalltheway there. Thl' poor littlr thmg •aid, 'I don't know what I am going to do My part>ntl! won't have anythin(I'. to do with me. Will you stay with mt>'!"' MiMt:velynnatur11llyatrrf'tdto 1tay. ··While we wrre unpacking hi• auitc8ile, hi1 11partment man ager called him and told him not to coml' hack She s81d •he couldn't have people with AIDS hvinKthere He cried. I CTil'd. I didn"te\·en Al 1he began her work with AIDS patient.a, however; MiM f:vl'­lyn heard all the objectiom1 from her friends and family ··vou'rt>go­ing to catch it You know ho"' they got it You know they'n· doing :All I know,'' Miu Evt-lyn re­pliee, "is they are sick and they need help." L:nfortunatrly, providing th11t help hlll dri\·en a wedlft' betwe.-n MiM Jo:velyn and her thre.. grown children. '"Th<'y ignore m .. ; 1ht- 1aid But MLllB tvelyn 1111id any l'!l­trangement from her family hae Then.about11Xyearaago,acall know him. hut it hrokemy he11.rt' :Jft'n more than e<>mpt-n1111ted for cs.me that dramatically changed And from that ryt>-upt·mnl( rx lY her newfound family ,ffriend1. the coune of her work. ''A woman perirnce, Muia }o:\·elyn Mc-am.-onr In fact, Mi1<11 t:velyn • a ··oona called and a.aid. :Are you afraid of of the ci1y·8 pre<·mment friendti fide" celebrity in itome q1 artt'""IOf AIDS? I 11id, 'No, not e bit." The and romfont'Tll of thoSt> with the cit} truth W8' that I didn't know a AIDS Shr makl'll her ~ition In addition to beinll'. knuwn 811 a thing about AIDS: cl 11.r. wonderful humanitarian \hu Photogra­phers Wanted 527-0782 Jo:velyn al r haa bee- 1me a famou11 art1~tt' A~ ~he wotkrd with morr AIDS patirnta, Misa Evelyn 11w that manywt>rtindt-11peratelinancial ahape. ·'Thry were being evicted from their apanmentl. Their utili t1eKwt'rebeinw1hutoff It waster riblt>, end I kept thinking, 'Lord how ean I help tht'm?' 'Now I won't11y that! actually heard God'• voit"t'. Some pe<:ople 11ytheydo.ldidn'theo.rany thing, butathou(l'.htkeptataying with me-'Sell your paintings'. For drcadt,. Mi..- Evelyn had bet•n painting pretty landscapee She had rven itold a frw through her.U.ter'•floral1hop.ButmOl!ltly thl' paintmp just aCTumulated around herhouae. With the htolp of friends, an art auction wa. arranged at an Oak Lawn-art'& bar "Thry went wild. I think onto painting brouKht ~,)()(); •he8'11d Sm<-e thrn. Miu t\·elyn has held an 11.uc t1<inon tht- last Friday of every month at The Hideaway Club. Actually only one painting i.11 auctioned. ThrHorfourothera areraffledoffatSlachance Miu Evelyn faithfully vi.B1ta The Hideaway for a few hour1eve­ry Friday night to11ell her raffle ticket.& and sprrad good cheer among "my boys." All the money KON lltraight to the AIDS Crisi1 f<'und atMetropol· itan Community Church Last year. Mi88 Evelyn raised $10,000 This year it will be nearer $2{),000 '"I can't say enough good about MilBEvelyn,"saidaMociatepaa· tor Paul Tucker. ·'She'e like every body"s gTandmother" FortheNovt>mberaucuon.M1 .. Evelyn haeproduced a medley of ll'Qpical suruiet&-palm tree., blue lagoon•. the whole worka But she hold. no illu11ion1 about th<' demand for her paintinp. ·Poople buy them for the cau­not bec-au11t>l'mgood.;· she said •·The only thing I can aay is that rmbetterthanPicaaao:· Gays and lesbians bow11ng help demonstrate we're ~rt of mainstream •le:· Pat Prudlow Hid We carry these 16-poond things 1nour1runk all the time 100.1ust like everybody else. toornament director Timm Elmer said Community Publl1hln11 Company 1eeks profe1- 1lonal photographers who have photos for sale of mole moclel1 for vorl9CI use In advertls• menb and promotions. • Advertl1lng for onort· ed dl1ploy o<eountl In the Cr•.cent City Stor, Montro•• Vole• ond T••o1 Goy Preu. All Male Cinema Bowiers lrom throoghout the United Slates and Canada. and one from Austraha. were enrolled tor the $12.000 Holiday lnv1lat1onalloumament The1t11ent leaturesthreedaya o! singles. doubles and team bowling, end1ngw1tha banquet tonight Across town. a better-known tournament. the Amencan Bowhng Congress Fall Classic. was m progrffl Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted CommunityPub111h1ng CompanyseekstrM-lance art•ststopreparagay-themed cllpper-sty1e··ad1ayou11We are now working on Mardi GrasandVa1entme'10ay eventsLayoutsshouldretlect trieseeventstromagay perspective (1.e. a Velent1ne·1 layout might show gay men holdmghandsaurroundedby hearts). Come up with your own ideas Work cen be m any medium Subm1trough-ske1ch1de11or comp1etedartworkt0Jerry Mulholland.365Cana1.1u1te 2300. New Or1ean1. LA 70130 (504)524-1408 OrtoHenry McClurg.408A•Ondale Houston TX 77006 (713) 529- 8490 We w•ll pay p• piece. $25andup Pos11blywayup Yoorworkwil• beuMCI 1nthe CrescentC1tyStartl"le MontroaeVou:eTe•asGay Pressandaspartolourpl'loto and art clipper Nrvice to other gaypubhcat1on1 • Dl1ploy odv•rtl• lng In oth•r gay publlcatlon• thot •ub1crlbe to our photo ond ort f•oture ••rvlc•. Wecurre11tlyneedphotoaw•tt va1entone'•Dey1ndM1rd1Gr• themest1.e.1Mard0Gruphotc moghtshow1women1ncostume ho1dmgh•nds).Comeupw1lh yourownidfftPho101tl>Ot>ldbe bleckendwh>llbulcolorpnnll w•!lbecons1clered Un1bletouse shdet Submit 1ampl• photo1 to J•rry Mulholland, 365 Co· nol, •ult• 2300, N•w Ori• an1, LA 70130. (504) 524- 1401. Or to Henry McClurg, 401 Avondol•, Hou1ton, TX 77006. (713) 529·&490. If we ch-•• to u•e your work, we wlll moke you on offer to buy negotive•. 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Tuan ac-treq Rt-be«a Spene-er haa hffn awarded thl' nihy •lipJ)t'r roll' m Theatre Vnder the Star.· 11pectacularhuhday•tageproduc lion o£"The Wilatd of Oz:· l~- 4 16 at the downtown Mu11ic Hall Urawn from the palfetofl~ frank Baum'• daNic children'• 11u.ry of 1900, TUTS' elaboratt· holiday 11taging will morl• clot1ely mirror thl· popular MGM film ver11ion of Dorothy, thl' Sc-arN·row. the Tm Woodt1man. and thl• Cowardly Li onandtheiradvt·nturt'llinthe m11Kic-alland<1fOl A mult1m1>di11 proch1.-t1nn. Tun;· yult>tide staging- f•11turft witchl'• and monkey• th11t :worn throu1o1h the11ir;anench1rnlt'dfor ~t that com• W life. P'•PPIN that •inK and dance and a tornado that whiak• Uoroth)' away to Oi. The .core, wntt•n for the mo\'ll' ver •ion by H1irc1ld Arlen and EY Harburg, include. ... wh favor iie. ae ''S.•mewhl'reOverthe Rain bow," "If I Only Had a Hrain; ·we're Off to St-e the Wil.ard" and 'UinK Uong' The Wi11:h 111 Dead· BackKJ"ound muau· 1s by Htrbt-rt Strotbartandthemua1calv1-niicm wa1 adapll'd by John Kane from thtmotion p1t·tutt11crt·enpla.y A cwt of .'.X will appt"ar with Spl'ncer in the mu11ical. which i11 directtd by Philip William McKinley with chureog-raphy by Carole M('Cann. Toni Di Buono a))" peal'!Laeth1•Wickl'dWitch;Jt>anne 1£hman a11 Aunt ~;m. Ghnde; Ronald Young ft>< the Sn1.tt'C'row Ru-II G11rrt•tt a11 th._. Tin Wood11· man; M1l·hat-l Mulh1•ren a.a the Cowardh I.ion; Charlee Krohn a.. the Wizard: and Carter Smith 1111 l:ndeHenn· All Dorothy. the llallae·ba>il'd Rebel-ca S1wnt'l'r will make her TUTS d...but m the role th11t fir11t brought far:11• ;o Judy Garland Hm stun audiencl'll aaw Spencer in Jekyll and Hyde at the Alley Theatre, where she created the role of Jekyll'• fience. Lisa.Carew She haa appeared a.a Magnolia in the Minne.ota Opera and Opera Omaha productiona of "Show buat" and 88 Anabel in "Lucky Stiff' at the American Heartland Theetre Spencer baa appeared off. Broadway in "The Dell('rt Song" as Margot; in "Kismet" WI Marsinah and in ··Sweetheart.II" 88 Sylvia. Her regional highlight.a include Cunegonde in ~cendide;' Marietta in "Naughty Marietta' with Alan Jones et the Paper Mill Pleyhoult' and Johanna in 'Sweeney Todd" for the Lyric Op. era ofKanaaa City. She baa toured nationally 88 Shirley in the Good11peed Opera'a "Lady Be Good" 11.11 well a& Antnnie in ''Man •f La Mancha· atarrlng Hal Lin· d<O Allen Grubbe ia in cha.lie of Muaical Direction, and Robert Linder will conduct the Wilard of Oz ord1e11tra. Lighting deaigner Pemela Gray Bonl'fl and 11ound deaign•r Jan Banker will create the magical atmOtiphett for the 11pectacular sets by Paul Wonuk. modtltd after the MGM movie ver 11ion of"Wizard ofOi" and provid· ed by the St. Louis Municipal Op. era. Ray Delle Robbin11 ie the coe· tu me coordinator for the coetumee provided by AT. Jones of Balli more and designed beaed on th08t' in MGM movie version. Special flying effecta will be c-reeted by flying by Foy. John Hol\yi11 the producing di rector; John Brt"Ckinridge, produc­ticin manager: Mark Tynan. prl>' durt.ion stage manager: Karen Bull. auiatant 11tage manager. and Darryl Aikin, production aa- 11111tant Performantf! datee for "The Rebttf:a S~nttr •Ian u Dorothy in the Thntre Under the Stan holulay product1an. "TM Wizard of Oz:· Dec. 4-16 at the Mrau~ Hall Wizard ofOi' are Dec. 4·16. with performance timl'I aa follows Tue.day through fo'riday, 8:00 p.m., Saturday, 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Sunday, 2:00 p.m. end 7::JO p.m. et the Muaic Hall. There i11 e special addtd preview perform ence on Seturdey, J>ec. I at 2:00 p.m., benefiting the Goodfellow& -Alley Theatre The Alley Theatre, under thtarti11· tic direction of Gregory Boyd, h88 announced ill holiday production of ''A Chri11tma11 Carol-A Gh01Lt Stary of Chri11tmaa:· opening to­night I Nov. JO)on the Large Stag•. Baaed cm the clauic by Charlee Dicken11. th111all·nl'W productiun ill adapted and directed by Alley ea. IOciate director M1cheel Wil•on The productiun previewed la.at night 11'ov. 251 and rune through Dec. 23. A ChrilltmRll Cerol-A Gh< >1t Story of Chri11tmH" i• the cla1111iC' 11tory of Ebeneztr ScrooKe. a mi· 11erly, cynical tyrant who ia trans· formed by gho11tly vi11itation• which 11how him the evil in his waya end lead him W 11piritual re­demption. Written in 1843, this tale by Charles Dickens baa be­come the mOllt popular oft he yule­tide aeaeon. In this production. Wileon plane to emphaRiie the •ubtitle of the story. "The ghOllt story theme will be reinforced throughout the play.~ Wi]a(m '8id 'It will ht- spooky, with the intl'nt not to scare. but ralh'-'r la lurl' the audience into the extraordinary my11tery and 11upemalural dimen 11inn ofthe11tury ·~mce mOllt people art' alttady familiar with the tale. we are oon centrating on the ·telling; bring· ing a freahneq to how we drama tize and 11tage the holiday cl11.M1c Forthrnienewtnthetale.the1tory will ht- intact. but for thoee (amil· ISLE OF WIGHT -/a iAP) ·Sta~ iar; there'll betomething new:· ex Olf•c1als have L•used H'le parking· plained Wil11<m ot and nature trail 81 the Ragged 'Th_e important mt'lllaa:ein lhia :~1 ~~~~~~d~'!! ~f8t~aeg~e~~;! :~e: pl&)' II to evoi_d 'Scroo1f111h · self meeting place for gay mer 1mp011td 1solat1on and la recog- Workers put a gate across the mie the per110nal velue m being main entrance Monday. Nov. 26 part of our world rommumty:' he The closed area served as the continued primary access pomt for those The dnign team for ''A Chri11t· wanting to picnic. hike along the mH Carol" include. Jay Michael nature triul and boardwalk or hsh Jagim (tcenic deeignl, Ain8lie •ntheJamesR•vlr Bruneau (coOume deaignl; A second parking area that I Howell Binkley (lighting deeign); posted for use by bo11ter1. Joe Pino (1101,;nd deeigni: John hunters and hlhermenonly Dickll(ln (mu.iiical direction! and remains open. The rest ol the Jeni Breen cchoreography~. ~~:~~;:;~~~~e~~n~~~· but Jo'or the large C'Ht. W1!110n haa access •S hm•ted to 1n>1e gathered a variety of Alley cum· bo11ts or n loot pany veU>ran.1 as well b 1ome Pol!ce have made doiens of newtomer1: Gerald H.iken 11rrests at tne refuge during the !Ebenezer SrroogeJ: r.;oble past several months on Charges Shrup11h1re cMr11. Dilber Jacob ol sodomy. inaecent e~posure Marley); John Felkh cBob and se~ual battery They said CratchitJ; Pet.er Webiiter 1Fred1: men came 10 tne site from u far Paul Thomae Wirst Solicitor away as Maryl•nd •nd Nonh Fea1wigJ; Alex Allen Morris (Sec· Carolin•. ond Solicitor): Bettye fo'itzpatrick Such 1nc1dents have declined• (Spirit of Chri•tmaa Prl'llt'ntL •n recent wee~s. but Gerald " g~lm 1 Martin ~Y°:ng &~ge); ~;~c~~~~~ ~:~e:,~~= ~~~°:r~~~~~I Furz\'w:;n~r1 .. c c;:t~;it- La;~: ~!1~~~~1~~d1~:1 ~~~1~~s::;~s~ , dre1111); L1aa M('Ewen (Belle); W1I- area was the only way to deal ham Pretton (Fiddler Undertak- with the problem ~~)ek~~~rkaJ~e~~~~tn Allore ----- --- 1'icket9 are available al the Al ley Theatre Box Office !ti('ket pric· Nandinformation:228·842ll Per· formance lime& for 'A Christmaa Carol-A Ghot1t Story of Christ· ma11, are 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Frida)·; ~:JO and 7: :IOp.m. Seturday and ~unday Males Needed for Models ~Pay What You W1JLh" perform ance. are 1theduled for Tueeday, • Nov_ '1:1 and ~unday cevemng> n.c 2. 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JUSI released lrom the hosp1talaltersullenng a mild heart attack, says he"ll be back at work on Capitol Hill in early 08C6mber Frank spent nine days at Beth Israel Hospital after suffering chestpamswh1leeir;erc1smg Medical procedures showed that his coronary artery was blocked and doctors used balloon angioplasty to reslore the blood !tow The 51).year-old Democra1 said Monday. Nov 26. he would contmue his recupera11on 1n Washington. 0 C . and altend organiiat1onal ceucuseslorthe new Congress The hosp•talsa1d ma statement that stress tests show Frank's heart is lunchonmg wel and ch•el card101og1st Or. W1il1am Grossmen sa•d he 11 op11m•st1c that Frank will recoverlully Frank won reelection 1n the Massachusetts Fourth 0111rict on Nov 6 Pastor will perform wedding-like rites for gay 9ouples PASADENA, Gahl. (AP)· ·Despite hos denommat1on·s oppos1t1on. lhe pastoroltheWestCoasts biggest Ep1scopel panshw•ll perlorm wedding-like rites for homosexual couples Now 1s the t•me to say that gay and lesbian people loving fa1thlully w1ththesameeth1ca1 standardsol heterosexu11ls should be blessed:· the Rev George Regas of Pasadena·s All 5amts Episcopal Church said Fnday, Nov 16 Some of the nation's more liberal Episcopal congregations have conducted such same-sex rites even though they are considered '"mappropr111e·· by the 2 4 molhon·member Episcopal Church On Friday. Nov 16. Regas releasedthetextol his sermon from Sundey. Nov 11. m which he explamed his pos1t1on to the 6.700-member parish The core 1ssuelors&KU8I e1h1cs isno1 whethergenotal love is w1thm or outside of l"leterosexualmamage. The pivotal 1ssue•sthe integrity of the relat1onsh•p. he said Activists drape banner at glitzy shopping area SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -AIDS act1v1sts draped a SO-foot banner across the third story ol the gl1U:ySan Franc1sc0Centre·1 rotunda on Friday, Nov 23. but police d>sbanded the protest as ahoppers bound for Nordstrom and Anne Taylor looked on The two-sided banner bearing the words "Corporate Greed Creates Communily Need" and '"Justice Not Charity" got caught 1n a stringolChns1mas lights as security ofhcials struggled to take 11 down Advertising Salesperson 1 _:w Carpentry ____2_ 11~8 The ~~~=ose ~T~ra~v~e1_~2~194~ iravel 2194 Travel 2194 Workforlhee\'eT·if"OWlnK Community Publiahing Company (Hou11.onand~ewOrleans)a11a d11p!ay 1dvrrtiain1aalesperson ~lust ha\·eoutruingper!j.(Jnality and aulol!lobile. and bedeJ)t'ndable. Submit resume l.o H~nry ~kCluri.. 401\A•·ondale. Houston. TX 77006 -· ' ,..,1-.or~,.,s·1oc "~""~""~ The Montrose Voice Deeks. 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