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Title Montrose Voice, No. 486, February 16, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date February 16, 1990
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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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript Ellis is new state senator in Dist. 13 Hadof'y f /11•, lhf" w1nnn Hodno· t.1)111 r1.mnmjil' unoμpo11t·d lo riJ: thtt unexpired tttm of nf"wly elt><Ud l".:s. Rep.Craig Wuh mgton, was no surprise "'1n· neT Ill tht· Disi.. 13atatea<'ru1tc 11pt~18l 1"lecl.1on Tut-ad&). The lo"" turnout--esl1nuttt'd ut around :l,20(1.--was alao not t1Urpnamg, UM t:lluJ WUM th(' only ('andidute on tlw ballot. The (ormn lluWilon rity rounr1l m<"mher W89 llUJlPOrt• t·d in hi11 hul hy i;1·vNal ai;tnu• r1·pn•111·ntati\ 1-a who had hf·1·n m~·nlinnNI t>urlit•r UM possible candidalt'9 for tht· 11e11t. Ht· alllo <·11rriNI tht· t·n don1cmt'nt of lll'\"t•rill minori ty woupti und the11pokt>n sup­port of Wa•hm6'lon, who made no forinnl t!ndonwmt nt 1n tht' race. With all 128 prccmel8 re­portlnl(' atotalof2197\'0ka were C'Ut in th<'" l'h'Ct1on A wnte in cand1datt. Ltt Ar­thur Dt•m&11 .Jr. rece1\·ed an esLimatcd 66 vo\bl. Tht Ill'\\ ly f'!C'Ckd •ennt.or said Tu~ ht' would le-ave 1mmed1alf'i) for Au1bn to he­Kin pn'Parationa for th1· F1·h 'Zi sprcml a1~s1on oftht•Tt>x as l.egu,lature Elh11 said he would rev 1.Y.' the ~M•Ut"S that will be d1bate~ by "le aw maktra and tJmt he mtendt'd to Jllln th dl bah on pubhc rdu1·ut.Jun rt·fortn llt• uI.10 881d fw \\:OU Id 1pport. R •U.k' lotUry, 1flh1 ROVtT".:'IOtOJ"n• the s~anion 111 that 1s..uf• Thi· I hat t.l a1•.11 wns pn v1 ouslv h1<d h)' W1U1h111gton, who waa 1 !t'cied lo ,·ompltit• th1· late Hep M11·k1·y J..ieland'a ttrm Hoth ~,Iha 1111d Wnsh· ina:ton Wl'f'l" ,..Jc.e fr1cnd11 with U.Jand. Yoho d1M m P plam· craah Aul('. 7 whill' on a wurld huna r nuu1on in i':th1op1a Activist says carriers should lie about disease SAHA.SOTA Flu f:\l'l-An All>S 11d1vu•t hnM ht'l'n t•n ('l•Urn!lillK penplt inlt't·h•d "1th the di8t'lllit' to lit• ahout it if IH't°l'IUlitr\· to pr1·\·1·nt di• rnm111at1on bv !lt'ulth curt" workerM lt-11 no onip unlf'H 11 hu11 a dm'C't rt l'lult on your lrt•i:1t men1,· Pclf'r l ttdenhc.)tt(h, prt'!lidt nt ol a Sout.hwl't't Florida AIDS aupport ji{rl.lup, said heh 1111 peoplt• who haw ll'ltt'd poa1llv1• for the\ 1rus. • 'I he only ont'8 "ho nffd to kno¥r. Rn dodot11" 1\lso. paht'nta ahould ll\oul d1sdot'Ul't' "ht•n ~mi.: tre1ll t>d for a1lm1ni. unr lnlt-d to the \"lr\18, •uch aa brokl"n bon<"s. l'1tdenboa1h111111d l 1td•·nhoi1c.·h. ht·nd of Al I)~ Manaaota, aaid Thun· da). t'1•h. 8, lua 1uh-1~nppli1•11 tu those ¥r.·ho rurn tht \·iru• hut hnH111·1 y1 t devt•lo1wd th1· diMt•a111· Thi· v1ruH tlrnt ('HUllC'll aC'quirt'CI immun~· di·tu·itnry Hyndronw <'m\ n·m11in in th<' hody for nt l1·m1t ~·tKht y1•ars hdon· 11ym11tnm11 upp1·11r. llcm1•ver. n n11ti11nt1l AIJ)S n·pr1·11•11tnl1vt' disnl(rt't•d with him ,Jl'lm l\.kCutrt', lll'Rd of ,\lllS Adwn Counnl, u n11 tional puhhc pohn: nrm of AlllS ac:or .. ·1tC' oranntzntiom1, &tud l ttdenho&t·h'a ndvi1·e wn• not "n w11r 1111proach · l 1tdl'n00.h "Vok•• out in rt'llponae to o d1scrim1nitt.1cm 1,:omplmnt broul{ht llll&inst the SnrnAntn ( ounh" Puhli(' llPahh l mt by a a&vt>nr-old AlllS PRLll'n'- MONTROSE VOICE THE NEWSPAPER "')f MONTROSEC Q: mmunit; lJubli•hin9 C!omp:mv O FR I DAY February 16. 1990.J ISSUE 486 MONTqose WEATHER FRIDAY NIGHT r;.,r ntj f"OQI, low 50 SATURDAY lhru MONDAY: Pertly cloudy and mild. htghs about 60, OW$ 8b0Ut 47 TGRA to return $13,000 (and the rodeo) to Houston Bagot elected head of The Tl•xa~ Gay Rodeo Assoda· tion, for thl' first time in its six yj•ar hilitory, will be returning eve­ry n·nt of the money rai~ed by i~ Houston chapter and royalty can· didal!'8 in 1989 to the city for local <-·harities, TGRA state trea:;urer Walter Carter reported. Jn addi· two, the 1990 Texas Gay Rodeo w1JI hf. held here for the firi;t time ttinC'e 1!.i~. Carter said Downtown's Sam Houston Coli· 1u·um. former venue of the Greater Houston I.ivei;tock Show and Ro­deo, will be the site of this year·a rorleo, expected to be even big~er than the 1 ~9 event, a record· brt>aking money maker with e Mtate-wide rl'lurn of ovi'r $40,000. Tht' Hyatt Ri'~ency will be the host howl Afwr the money is returned to the chapter communities. TGRA will still have$22.000 seed money for th<• l~t90 rodeo in the bank, 1>aid Carter. who confirmed that the $:l,UOO deposit on the coliseum had alr<'edy been paid. TGRA Houston mcmbt>rs received a copy of the 19X9 financial report and di l'U~ wd urrun1u•m1•1Ht& for HIOO at tht• <·haptn mt·etinM Sunday, Ft>b. ·I 'We hud a mut·h arg1·r prcifitlin 19HHI thun W(' 0Vl' t'\'tr had befort•," Cartn said "\Vt-:'11 ht· ahlt· to rf'­turn evt>ty pt'nn~ that "'at n1h1ed hen· .. enr.)·thmg-. That'• a finot. When tht· rodeo organization was firtit formed in 19/'\:J, its intt•nt was to raise money to put on a ro­dN, Carter explaint'd. Anythrng left O\"f.'r would be return~ lo the participating c:>mmuntlJt>S for t·harity Like an~ organiz:it.ion, m the ~nning we expected to maybe break evf'n." Cartt>r 1<aid. The first Texas Gay Rodcowaaht>ldin 1984. ."iam l/11uldm1 C'ol1•1· im, dountou·ri IJtJUJJton, uill b~ the 111t1• of tht• 19.90 11-:r a.'i Ga) Hodl'o Tht• 1·vt>nl hnH Krown in lltfrnd aiwe and incomt> t>ach YE'llr. Tht' first two rudeo11 Wt'rt' hPld in llouPaton. Tht• lhird and fourth v.ert> held in Dallas, 1he n1•xt in AUBtin. Le.Ht yt>ar, Fort Y.:orth ~·us the boat city Tht> last Houston ro­d<' o f 1985J wa1 ht>ld at thl' Hou¥ton F'ann and Hanch Club fhis }'tar will he the tint timl' therodl'O hu been heldmado~n­town 1o=:ltJon, ( Arter said. The stl<', he noted, l$ oonvemrnt to Houston s KUY tmd lesbian com­munity and y, 1 I make :i.1cmfrose bUlSmtuee easily ae«u1ble to out :>f·town gu.Ht.8. The t·1ty and thl' Hyatt Ht-1wm·y havt> be-l'n "t-x tremrJy rl'8pons1\·p to tht· plnns, <'art.er said. •·of course, we have a provt>n 1rnck n-cord for at>veral \·1·ar11 that Montrose Bus. Guild tht·y can look at .wt• ha~l' a hbt& Bob Ba1o:ot ry uf paying our bills and ht•ing Tho Grt>att•r Montro?I(' Bu1o111wN a bit· to l)Ut Ill n.x~t·o) on.,?nd dt>~n· Guild"s m•w board of d1rector11 mg up aftt-r It t1 onr, he said. 1 .1 o'd ff • T ·sdny to ht>ad "T~t•y'revt·? llnxiou_~ toh~v~·uK" ~h~ :ev:it ~~=~; ol~t~rg~nization 1 ht• a115oc.·1nt10!" .w1ll d11o1tr1b_ute Bob Bagot of Tht•Tirt- Plact> y,jJj t•ht"<.'kl!i to bt>nt•f1c1~1J· orl{a_mza· st>rve as president. Georgi• Sroka tl(lnM by Mun·h I ( artt•r i.md. of Graphic Ink ns vier prf"Sidt'nt Bering Foundation director Randall Hodde resigns and Ian Cain of F1shtrand('ain P.C as secn·tan·. LylP Harrt>tt of P.O. Hox RubfM·r Stamps. also 111erves on the board. Jorry Ho• h prhident of the Ht•nng Community &>rvice Foun­dation, has announ<.'t"d that. Rendall T. Hodde has rt'!'Oigned his poa1hon as t·xrtutive dire<·tor ef­fed.. 1vt- Feb. 16. Booth addl."d that the 8C'lt'C.11on prOl-e&S was under· way to fmd a rt'plact-ment. Jloddt' will oe assuming the du­ties of t'Xl"(."Ut1ve director of thl' Houston An•a HC'alth Care Coa.li· Lion. a non profit association of empluyt rs n thirtet>n counties 1n the 1 louston fill'&. Ht> replaces s and:cal1er1: n who mu\tn20Ut of town. with tlrnl group }~orlci C'V j t1~ U tivl'c:hrrctorofthelk1 n"Founda­tion. 11<- serv€>Cf prt>vm1 1· )n ·• boaro in addition to hfingui-chair for the "Ewning of Hope bene fibi in 1~7 and 19N3. 1-'orthefoun· :!ation 11 more ~nt benefit HParl ~tring!-0, ht' waa a memlx'I' of the steering c.-omm1Uel'. 'I "' '1 continue my eupport of the foundation and other 1.:ommu­mty batl>d organizatJons )) work· mg as a voluntrt>r on special l'Vents, said HoddP. addmg that he ha.'t been appointed to lhe foun dat1on 'a ad\ 1sory board. Hodde has Ix nan .irt•ve ml m be f l'Y r I :1\' }'t' tr Booth suid. I ft· htui t;t•rvNI BB 11 volu1 I' r in~ IUnd raiser fo At thl' last general mt·mbenh1p many urganizauons, induding meeting on Jan 31. Gu1ld mern­OmeKB Houat~ All>S toundation be-:-s elected the board. which llouaton, ~1ont.r<ll!U! ('ounsehng chose theoffittn from_among 1te • th I · F d d number a process out.lined m the <;enter, e ha~a oun ~t~on an organiz~uon'11 bylaw At thnt tht• Montrose ( 101c Additionally meeting, the Guild also prC"Smted he 1aaaen edon numt·rous"'lrgam- 8 plaque- to rt'tiring prnudrnt Hur­zauonal hoards and ('(•mmilttta ton ~ix of ~fovemasten fo:r hUI mcludmg the Greatn Houston aerv1C't' to the organttat1on. All>:-> 1\lhanCX> Jfouslon-Uams Also at the Jan. JI m('('tmg, l 'ounty P1111l'l on ,.\JDS. Ext'("Utl\ e and ProftNJional AuonaUon of 'lou1ton, ii I\' St VU"t' Pro\ tdera Aa9004t10n, Community Alhanc~ of Huu11fon nnd Houston f Jundn hon awards for t ht' Chnstmu m ~1ontrose dl'C'oraling con Wat. Y.f-rl' presented lo Gary \'nn Oott-ghem, t.he residrntinl wmm nnd ,!(1hn l'\uKC'hlm of r '\ Shim. tht> f:'Om -mrrc a-J wmnf-'r. -- What does one expect from a garage in Montrose? H)· Jt-:t•F BRAY TIM- ,\font'°" ~ tMtt Thpr(• w.s a huge gray automobile on the cornf'r of Wei-theimer and Woodht'ad, ht>avy and lumbering likt> a mll881ve whale hl'ached UJ> on the p&\'t'mPnt. ~ext to it i~ e <·ute litlll' Modt'I A road10ter. look­ing almOBt ridiculou~ly demure in companson Th<' Bt·ntley it> my father'11:' 1ays Byron Husk. 35, owner and manal(l'r of RMS Automotivt'. 'It's a 195H Hooper Coach Built Bmtlt'y. Tht•re wert>only :'>h mode. It's \'t'r}' rare. lt"s got only 4:UKNJ miles on it, and I'm 1:1elling it fo1 ~:n,ooo. WC'.\'l' received inquiries from oil over the world'.' Sound~ a bit exotic for whot mo~t pt'Ople think is a mere ga· ragt• to get their cars fixed. Hut thl'n, what d()(·b one expt'C't from a KltrDKt' in the hPart of Montrm;e'! Byron is a near-native lloustonian. ·•J was born in San Antonio, hut ha\·e lived here ell my life. Grew up in Southampton. Wf'nt to Lanirr and Lamar and th<' l! of H. I know tht· neighborhood bPC'HUsl' I'vt' lived betwttn .Montrose and Southampton all my life:• AfWr r('(.'(•i\·ing en education in huto1mt'88 administration, Byron ht'..·ame involvt'd in the moving and 8lorage bu8mess. In 1980, the property on W~theimer and WooclhMd t·ame up for salt•. '' In l!IN). it was George's Texaco nnd U lluul;' Byron says. •·some l>t'Ople- will remember that. I wait inh•rt,'8led in the moving busines8 ut tht• timf', but we decided to also providt• car cure.'' In HIH4. the bottom began to drop out of almost every businet1s in I luuston. and Hyron found him fll'll' lt•tl\'ing thl' moving and l!ltor· age businf'8s to go fulltiml' into car cart· at hi8 presPnt location I had to get out of moving. It wus a C'llMf' of thp tail wagl(ing the dog. I C'Uml' into fll'tc't 8Pr\'iCt' R8 e husint"88 manager!' Ht't'l\Usl' of h1a management and administrative skills, Byron de­C" ided to foc·us on gathering a good st.uH around lum. His hlWiter m~ t·hunit· Deun, hBA heC'n with him for on'"' fiw )'t•ttrs. and the turno­\' t'r ill not a prublem fhe mt-chan­ica an• llt'nt to tlS mnny 84.'mmara and daues u poutble to kt't'P ur with the l'\'t•r rhnngmg ndvancl'8 in automoh1le ~chnology Hyron ft'l'ls thi11 udds to the \'R)u(' of hta Htaff. nnd C't'rtainl\' to tht> quality of C"llrt' h<> t-nn gi\·r- to his C'U1!lom· Cont·t•r11ing his c·ustomnK, how l'\'t'r, ht• huPa 1wm1• intt>n·sting oh· 111•rvut1unK. 1 likl' th111 husrn1•88 hr1·uuKe it'll much morr Hot·rnl thun otht·rs. lt'K lots of fun. If it wmm't for hrokt•n curK, it'd lw lotK morl' fun." He lauKhM. 'You Ht't'. J"m tht• only huKinc811 around. rlu-1•pt for a dot·tor, wht>rf'! l'Vt'r):onl' whn Y.t1lks in thl' dour dt'llprrutt•ly n1-ed11 you Th1·y mn~ hen• C't'rtn111 nt1itudM1 ohout how they Y.ant the work donr but 1f1a nC'f'd-Cnt>ntcd hua1neu:· He lranK hnt.:k lnht his C'ha1r und """' •· Jm11gnw htl\'mg • husrnt'SS wh('rt• vou don't h11\'r to It'll when pl'Opl<" wnlk in tht• dooT. It ~nunds pertectly og1cal. ~in<'t' tht• actunl drawing quality has het•n defined in this business, tht>n, surely there are p1tfulls and special problems Byron says that, b.•C"ause his busmefis i~ so nece88nry, thel{l'tRt e;;t t'ffort is 11pent on rtputallon. It's not enoul{h to have a l'UA· tomt•r walk in the door JUat C•l\C't' He Mhould feel ronfidPnt mouKh with thl' work done on hi.!I f'Rr to want to come- hnt·k ngain nnd HKain-becau!'it', 8fl wt• all knoY.. n car owner will cntainly n1·ffi th1• mN·hanic again soon t·nough. For this rraHon, Byron fel'lto1 thot 1wo pie 8hould be unhuppy with tht•ir cars, not their mt'C'hllniC"S. Ht• strl'RRes to his stnff that opt·n und frit·ndly communicution Kkills an• paramount in dealinK with CU8- tomers. Thia i11 sumt>thinK ht• suyto1 the franc-hise buitint"Hescurrently tipringing up all over th1• n1•iKhhor hood la1·k "Usually, wh('n you go to onl' of tht> franchuu• ph1ct>11, you 1(1'1 t xuct· Jy what thl'y·re advntising:' Hy ron aay11 ... Ifthey'rt' a hrnke plate, you ~l't hrak{'S. We're full IM!'rv1<-e We can dop\·erything fr<•m put ma new Pngme lo fix C'omputer pn>h­lems. '(.. .1r111rl' gt>t tang mc1n• C'omplex .. 'nu'l.t·hi11e pl1H't'9 Kt>hf·rall~· l'<J.n 't takt• clt.rf' of hil(h·t>nd l('{'hn1cal ~ p.nin. I think thf'y provide a good lll'r'\1<'e, thouKh. 1llt'y pro\ tdf' rap­id pla«s foro1lchanl{t-Sand brah <"ht"l'ka-thmat1 that nel'd to be dont• on R rl'lfular hasl8. Tht> bad rw"' a ts thut.)·ou don't ha\'e profet1· s10n11ls I want aom1•ont• who's .. killed and eduMtt-d to dinJj:nOf.f' my t'Ar Surf'. wp'll c-hnng1·ynuroil. but wt''IJ uhto tl'll you about "omt'" thinli( Phil' w1•'vt• found that may nt'i'ff liXtnK" Byron 11ays thot Htnt·t 19Ml, cars ho.vt• gont• from partial to ulmo11t total 1·ompuh·r11.ntion. The h't·h· nolnKY hna bt't·n around for a lonK llmt• in tht• lort'lj(ll luxury mod<'ls, hut is now ju~t toking onr tht' in cluKtry. Bt>t'<lU8t' his &hop haK al· waya workt-'d with luxury models, computt•rizntion i• not forPign to th1•m But 1t'11 not f'MY 1-k·ing a m1"·hanic is very hard y,ork:' Byron anys, looking out his windc•w nt h1sataff ··11'sphy1mtl Jy nnd tnmlally dt•mnndmg So, what 111 it lik~ ha\'inl(" n srrv IC<' shop on Wt>1the1mt·r in th<' heart of MontrolM!'? •I've li\'('(f around hl'rto all my Ii "o 1t'11 home tomt·" H)·run BaV!-0 we·\·e upanded twice on th;~ property from ont• Sl'f\" icr ha~ to!'Oix Jt'sa visible pla<"e. I uaed to •in m th<' aparUm·nf. next to hf'rt> but I've mo\"t-d lo suburbia"' hen· I can ifford a houlK". L'gh You do what\ouhn\etodo Tht'20or;JO mmutet·ommute 18 what I l'1111 an atlltudt' adju11tmt>nt pPnod ··wp'"·e nl"Pt' hod any problems ht>n·:· ht· contmues, rt·ferring to \'andali ... m or robbers Ht• mt·n hon!-0 that thetrnffic iM rl(Jt what it U$l'd to bf' at night. prnhubly ref1·r­ring to the thou!lands of kid• who ust-d to blm·k Westht•imc.•r on wt't'kl'nds, and ht:fort• thot, tht· bur trafliC' from tht•dt·fum·t I.oad ing Dock nt·xt door. •·we plan co Mtay right hen·:· ht· !'Oays, smiling. " lt'ti ll viMihle loC'a tion, and Wl"Sth1·1m1·r 11!1 dt·vplop­inK wt•ll :\!-0 car11 bt'(·ome mon• cumplt"x. the avt'rllj{t' pt-op(,. C'IJ11tinu1• to IOt>(' contact wtth tht'm ·My advice to JX"l.iplt' m that tht') t1hould look lo own tht>1r cars for at 1t'aSt 00,:>oo m1lt'8. Evt•n tht· nPw Cftr!-0 art• capahlP or la.sling that lonJ:, 11 they're takl'n care of." Ht shruJ;?a. Ifs not unrommon to ac1· Che· \'\' sand Fords wnh :l00,000 milt"a o~ tht>m. ~lost timt'll, wht·n J>e"tlple think tht•rr'a a aen·i~e prohlt•m, they'rt' really JUtit ult'hinK up tin maintennnre "ThP singl<' htKKt'flt mi11takt> i11 that people don't fltwnd a litth• on th~ir car f'Vt•ry month to kt•t.·p from having to f'pE>nd a lot of money for u higg1•r probh·m latt•r on" Hcfon· Wt' h·avt', Byron shows us tllt' Hentlt'v Ht• lov('M c-01'8. It E"hows on h.is fact• ait ht' pulh~ thl' hulh mal·hint' around to the front of th~ ~hop. ~1t·mories of a lt"88 ur· han t1m1· dnft around-ot e futht·r tinkf'rtnj( 1n tht• gurPKt', ond a brother poli1;hing a ~·hrome bump­Pr with almost 111·xunl plrft!lure. There iA thrchnk ofml'tlll and tht" 1<mell of KTE'ftlll' regardlNA uf the blmkinR C'timputPr aen'f'ns from within thf' service ba)'S. We en)Oy cnrs, he llt)''B confi dt>ntly. 2 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1990 [WHITE 01 11 IT'S MY PARTY AND 11 (.l. CRY IF ! WANT 'TO!. .. " ~ 'What is Montrose?' Students explore historic area Figures on latest cases of AIDS by category f1y SHERI COHEN DAHBONNE :\(ontroH \/011·f' Ed1tur \Yhnt is Montrose'> : One of Houston's oldest neigh· 4orhoodA. originolly enviRioned as t~e poshest of residential ~istricl.8 ~nd named. legend hns 1t, for a tuwn m ~cotland, Montrose was liuilt by turn·of.the-cmtury devel· u\>er J.W. Link and his Houston l~nd Corporation. The C'ompany iticluded among its number many c.tf' the city's original l'lite, who l:re the ~lso the firt1t rei;identa of ~1o:tr~8e::~;;::~~:ant~~::'nfl:. 00.ct: and afnutn(:e of th<' newly booming city's exclm1i\·e 'South ~nd:' j Since tht:n. M{lntro1'1e hH under· Mone a M-rie"' of metamorpho~l'S. tom quiet utopia of the well-to-do tj:> central r(·sidential growth site th trendy, boh('mian arts district to lfree·spirited " hippie" Mudent 6lhettu to th{' center of Houwton's Populou"' and divt"r11e gay and lett· t~nn::~~~~:>~, as n whole, rf'- tains f"h•m<>ntH from nil ofth('8ein· ~nations, ac<.-ording to Paul Myl'rs. one of two University of Houston istudents currently re· searching the area's history for a class paper. The project, he said, may grow into a book "As far as I'm concerned, this is definitely a publishable thing;· said Myers. who has lived in Montrose himself for the past four years. "Right now, it's a class pro­ject ... but I do intend to follow it farther." Myers and Diana Ware, both graduate studenl8 in UH's public hii;tory program, chost! Montro."'(' rut the subject oftheirr~arch pro­ject partly because of its multiple J)l'rsonalitiE'i>. "Of all the areas in the cit~,:· said Myeni. "when you look at Montrose ... I don't think any nl'ighborhood has as many differ­ent lYJ>l'h of people. Then there are the various kinds of busineJSSl"S, mixl'd in with the rei:;idential neighborhoods .. it's fascinating that people can live together in that type of diversity:• And, while Myers said the wide· ly ht'ld l>t'rc-eptionofMontroseasa '"gay ghetto'' is "a very myopic Woman distributes 'AIDS brochures' as service TUl ... ,A. Okla_ (APt-A pror-<ti tute rai.o;("() a atir in h·bruary w htn she tried to pay ht·r debt to 1<ociety by di11tributing inac· C'uralf: pamphlet:. on AIDS. A citizens' group complained Thur»>day, f<'t·b. H, that the woman waH fulfilling h(·r C'Om· munity 8ervice obligation bv distributing AIDS pamphlets provided by Life Line Fellow· ship Church John Dixon, supervisor at Life Line, said he gave the woman the brochurC'S to help her fulfill her sentence. He de­tiC'rilK ·d the pamphlel.8 as ex plaining from n Christian per· spective thecnusee and prevf"n· tion of AIDS. Thl'" pamphlet makes no mt·ntion ofthf-churchorthe Bi· ble. and concentrates on a theo­n · of Russians and Chinese in· troducing the disease into are­as marked for destruction. Among other claims, the bro­chures said insects spread AIDS nnd that the World H£>alth Organization and Na· tionnl Cane-er lm;titulf" are staging a cover-up of the mat· ter. Municipal court clerk Anne Thompson said the pamphlet is inappropriate for use in a C'Ourt·ordered community serv ice program. Dixon and Ms. Thompson scheduled o meeting to discus• the matter further. view:· he is al.aoconvinced that the history of Houston's lesbian and gay community is an integral part of the area's evolution. B('('ause of the intertwinl'd hii;­toril' 8 of tht' various elements that make up Montrose, Myers and Ware are putting together a vast and diverse network of research sources. They ore getting help from organizations including the Community Alliance of Houston and the Nenrtown Alf.l:lociation. The search for Montroti.e has token them to the Houston Metropolitan Research Center and the Gay and Lesbian Archives of Hou1:1ton, 88 well as the archives of the city's two daily newHpapers. They areal· so interviewing long·time resi· dents of the neighborhood. These 'people sourceg:• said Myers, pro­vide the m0t;t valuable data and fill in the gaps left by the sketchy written records concerning MontroMe. "This community has hundreds of p('()p)e who er<' jui;t fascinating p(•oplf', t•vf.'n the ones who aren't well known;· h<• taoid Lot:al or~ani.t.ationM ere helping the studenl.8 develop a list of Pl'<>­plf'tO interview. The oral interview will provide a continuum of in for­mation, liking the various "eras" of Montrose and providing insight into the neighborhood's infamous "ups and downs;· said Myers Myers said his own memorieto al­so provide some background. Al· though he has only lived in the ar­ea a few years, he has been "watching" the community and its development for much longer. he said. One of the hardest things about this project. he admits, is keeping his concentration on tht' ultimate goal while .. it's so ea11~ just to fall into Memory Lane:• '"The past week or so. that· i. how ifs been for me:' said Myers. ·•rm constantly uncovering thingi. I re­member: But I think thafs good. too, in a way:• And while tracking both th(• phyi.ical and communit)' hi11ton of the area hasn't produc-ed man) surprises so far, Myerti said hf"'s expecting them as the intervil'W procesi; goes on. "I jui.t haven't talked W t'nough 11 peopl~ yet.;• he said ATL.Ar\TA IAP)-Figures on new AIDS cases in thf" United Statt8 werenported Thursday. Feb. !'!, by the federal Centers for DiMt·ase Control_ Here is a brukdown, romparing 1989 figun'8 with 19~. Total newly reported casei; 35.~. up ~J pt>re<>nt from 12.190 in 191'!'1 Mall': .31..307, up 9 J)(_'rcent from~.ro1 1'\·mal(., l~l:H , up 11 percent from :J,542 Gay·hiMtxual mt·n: 19.652. up ~ 1wrcent from lH.130. IV drug Ol)U~U: 7970, up 5 pt.•n.:t·nt from 7 ,f>Ml. l\' drug abu11t-ra and gay-hi· t;t•xuol mf'n: 2J.1H. 0 Pf'rC'<'nt drnngt• from :.! J 29 Heterosexual contact: 1062, up 27 J>€'rcent from I ,2'l9. Perinatal cases (in m·w· horns): 547, up 17 J)l'rcent from 46'1. Hemophilia case:- 321, down 5 percent from :m. Blood transfusion C'ast·s: ~. down 14 percl'nt from 935. Northeast n-glon: IO.ii~. down 7 percent from 11,674 Midwest region: 34J6, up l~ percent from 2.919. South rt.>gion: 11.06:.l. up 2'2 percent from 9,091 West region: b616, up 16 Pf"r cent from 7,324. Metro areas under 100,CKNJ: 2799, up 35 ptrcent from 2,lMi7. Metro areoA ovt·r I million 24,71:3, up 5 pt·n·t·nt from :l'.J.til5. Administrators stop student survey on homosexuality FOHT WORTH (AP}-A survl'y on homosexuality that \VOS to be u11ed by Arhntcton llt.·ights High School journali111m studt"nts for a story in their priw·wmning n1:w:;paper has l.~:t•n blockl'd by school admin· 11-itrators. The st·hool'i< principal. Winifrf"d Tayl{lt and high·ranking officials from th{' Fort Worth lndl'pendent School distritt Hid thf" action was taken hec'aus(' tht·y ft.It the sur\'ey rould c-auM· P"'Ychological damage to high Kh(K1) 11tudent11. Th£> odmini11trator8 also warned studl'nt l'ditors and faculty advi· soni that the n(·WHpap<·r·s artiC'les nil must be r(·vit·wed by Taylor})('­fore puhlicotion, the J.~ort Worth Star·Telt•grnm reported. The U.S. Supreme Court last year govt' &chool olficials brood dillC'rt•tion in censorship of student publications. but thf" Arlington HeighUI Jackf't·Journnl's student t'<litors 1:1ay they "till inttnd to ap· pc.·al the action to school board membt'rs anyway. The newspaper's staffen; pub­lished thf' list of survey qut.>stions after administraturs had stopped thf"ir circulation and forbade pub. li~hing the result."' There were 10 questiom1 asking students such thing!'- a" their fttl· in gs about lesbianit and gay mt•n'11 rights, and if they know any gay men or lesbians ''Have you ever thought you could be homosexual'!" ru.;k('(f the final qul'stion. The paper's staff said it want('(f to conduct the survl'y because it'I· low students ore conC'ern('(f about AIDS and ah10 because fedtral of· ficiols are conducting an inVl'tlti gation ofhomosexuality at nearby Carswell Air Force Base. That m vestigation ha.a led to the dii<· charge of 12 airmen. EditorsoftheJacketJournal Jx.. gan distributing the surve}' qu<'8· tions on Jan. 11 to 400 i;tudenl.8 during tht c·hoor11 homt·room pe riocl. Tht• tourvcy wait blcx;ked by ad­min1Htraturs aftl'r complaint..; from tit•vt>ral tt·achers at the !>lChool. Hut tht> qut"StionK Wf"rt" puhli11ht-d in thf" nt>wspaper'"' Feb. 2 l'dition. along with a story dNail· inf{ hoy, the,;urny was being ha). led Phil Perel(rin<-, dirt'('t(_lr of Fort Worth'• hi1th 8C'hools, mt·t with fa(·ulty •pon1or Donya Witherwoun and Taylor on Tue:; day. Ft"b. 6. and dmied an appeal by the htudcnts After tht' mt'C'tinf{, Pf'regrine told thf' Star-Tt'lt•f.Cram that he didn't mind studt•nu, writing about homost•xu111ity, hut he did mind how tht·y hod phra1'1<>d their qU("HtH>n8. "I think it't1 som(·thing they don't want to think is happening in tht·ir sC'hool11;· 11aid Amanda Suth<·rland, 17, npinion11 editor of tht• 11tudt·nt nf"WSptlp•r_ "It sounded like th('y JUst want· ro fluff in our n<·w~pnper,' 1<aid Jacket Journal Managinlf Editor Angela Sweeney. Witherspoon, a former m·wi<pa per n-por«.'r. i;aid she thinks tht• censorship is lf"aching her stu dents the wrong Jei;... ..o n 'l believe studl'nt.s need the fn.'t dom to upress thf"ir views and to be expo:-ed to thf" Vlt''o'oi. of tht·ir peers;· Ms. Witherspoon aaid. •·J think we cau~ harm when we tt-11 teenagers they cannot talk ahout certain subJl'Ct." Some partnts of the studl'nts in· vol ved agreed. "To me, it's ridiculous:· Maid Charles Sw('('ney, father of the managing editor. "''l'ht> kidll know what a hom0nexual is. It's on thf• radio; it's on the TV.And it's in tht• newspapers. Homosexuality iM not a subject the kids 11houldn 't ht• ul lowed to talk about I don't think thf" kids are doing anythinK wrong· Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your Mickey Mouse Club honors Ryan White seNice, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice By KATU-: FAIHBANK FOA TtiE t.l()h . ROSE VOICE. lNJ>IA!\APOLIS IAP>-Tht• ~he-key Mouse Club haM inductt-d AIDS patient Ryan \\-.hite into it11 Hall ol Fame and pre"'entt-d him the Mickey award, flllYS a club spoketopt·r"'on. Thl' 1 ·1-im·h, gold·colorl'd 11tatu· ett(', Kivt'n to "children who muke a diffen·nce" was moiled to Rvan, lt'i. rt·rmtly. He was unable lo be on the''Mit·key Mouse Club Show" lx-cousf' of poor health, his mother, Jt·anne White, 1mid Ryan hod been schedult'Cl to bt• on tht' !liov. 1, 19X9, telt•\'i11edi>how hut hod to unt-el. Ryan. a hemophiliac who con· trat·h.-d AIDS from u hlood tram•· futown, fin1t rt"t.·ein-d national at· h'ntion in l lli'Cf1 wht·n hia family tiUt•d tht' Wl'stern Middlf" ~chool n<'l.lr Kokomo whit·h burn·d him ht.'C'au11c of his AIDS. A JUdKeruled thut Byan Mhould he allowed to at tmd tht• school lK·cau~t· acquired immune deficit.•nt·y Myndrome con· not ht· spn•ad through caRual con· ltlCL Sim·f' that timt', Hyon and his family hen• movt·d to Citt•ro, a town of about 3200. where thf"~ were wf'lcomed by tht Hamilton Heigh~ School Corp Ryan has bet-n suffering with a h<·rnio. protein deficiency and ttn C'xtended abdomen. He also htld staph infection~. which ha\'(' n(iw cleared. The numerous health problems have caused two delays for the 1:1cht'Clulcd hernia surgery, mainly het·oui:;e of low·plntelet rounts. "His blood work is relutivt'ly good, but his plal.f"l<'tll don't se<·m to™- coming up:· Mrio. White said To counteract the protein defi C'it·nC"y, Ryan has ~·n taking a prutt'in dnnk fivt· l!m('S a day, rathn than lw h-d intra\·enously. Hvnn di11-hkj"<f tht· original or· a~f(t--pineapJ)lt• flavored prl'.sC'rip· tion, but it ha1o1 rf'<·t·ntly been ('hRngt>d to a taatil'r \'eri;ion, his motht·rtiaid "Timi 1o1tulf iM vanilla. It dis· tJOlvt·s bt-ttn." Mn1. Whit(' 1101d. Hyun nhw ha11 undergonei·wver­al tn•ntments to n•movt• fluid from his stomnc·h. l>uring tht• last w('('k of Januory, Hynn lcmt four pounds durinK tht• tn•ntment. hiM mother 11uid AP LASEAPHOTO Ryan Whitf', shuu.·11 herr> m a 19XX photo, has rect1t·ed th(· "M1C'ltt',\' au·ard from tht Mickey Muu.'it ( '/ub Senator wants dating service clients to be tested C'OI.l MBIA, S <.. 1AJ»-t>otm..: ,...r\·1«'8 W•Juld be required to lt'5l d1 ent4 iind t·mploytts for All>S and otht>r l ('Xually transmittt-d dl!K"lutff under a hill proposed Thursday, Feb !j, m the South ('arohnn IARii>latur~. Tht· t<poneur. St•n. Theo l\htchf"ll, a lltmocrnhc: nmdidatt· for g1>\'E'rnor, said h• \\ill! un1ure of tht· nl't>d for tht' me111 ure, but wanlt'd to promp' debate on a topic thnt had bffn ra1fW.'<I by a ronstituf"nt The meMure definet dat1n1t len ic-es as a 'for-profit hul'int'NI or or· Jt'Unllntio "h1<'h IKl ' ~ on indi vulual to 1uhm1t his numf' "nd othl'r mlormn\lon t1JM.'<"1fkall)· m ordt·r to lMo mot<'hed or hrouaht toaethf'rwith another ind1v1du1tl for a 110Cial f"n rounter or~ -111 engngt'm•nt M1tt.·h~ll aaid the hill ii> intended tn ll.ddrt'>'& what rould he ohv1ou!4ly ul timatf" cont.art in 11ome (_11· thes<- rein tion"hipa." Galveston Mardi Gras celebrates 'Carnaval do Brasil' We're working to bring you a rear Oq,i:anin 1, <>! G1llvuilon·~ tra newspaper. dit1eonal v.mtrr lt>*tival mtrnd to trandonn tht• ishrnd ("It)' in t.o A dazzling rt'fll.'Ction of Rio de JunNru as thu1 year'• Mardi (;ru11 l'eh·hratwn, "('arne\:al do Bra~il, · salutes the country of Brazil Ft'b. 16-27. llt•rf' in llou1>ton, purt.v·KOt·r11 have mudt• •un- thut tht•y'll ht• going alnnK for th<' ridt', at lt•ftMt on tlw duy of thl' Momutt Grand Night Puradt', Saturday, F(•h. i.1 ()n thut day. tht' ridt·will lwo party in itlit·lf. for lloui;toniam1 trnv('llinK tu Ciul\:t•Mton for tht' dimnx of tht· l\lordi (~rns ft'8- t1\:illt'8. Tv.·o luc.·al wroup» art' organizing bu11 tripKttwu t'it.t·hl to tran~port HouKton rt'\:l'lt'rt. The huB<.'11, sponsored by the Krt·\i.t• of ll~dra and Colt ·1.'1'11 will lea' t' tht• Ripcord and Hru zoa Hi\t•r l~oltnm nt 11:00u.m. The Kn-wt- of Hydra' bu- w1la lt•tl\"l' Gal\"t'Ston to return to Hou•· ton following the parade; Ttie Coh11' will lt'ave GalHt>ton at l UXI p.m. TickN~ for tht' bus ridt• t·~t $20 and are availaole from the membeni of lhf: Krt'Wl' of Hy dra or Colt 45·M, or from hartt..nd <·r11o at t'ither the Ripcord or BHH. Tht• Grand MomuM Night Pa· rude, with its c:ontinKml of 16 popit•r mut·ht> floal.!i portrnyintie the Brn1.iliun carnival thcmt', will wind itH way through th<• iMlund Mtn«·tH from St•awall Boull'\:Urd to the Strand district. Glllveston's 19X9 Mardi Gras paradt' attre'-·tl'd 175.000 J>l'Ople to the island; thiH year's spectacle i~ t-xJ){'("ted to draw e\"en more. The parade will J)lt!ak tht· 12-dny Ct'lt'brution which begins thl8 w.ttkend. Ft-b. 16-lb. Otht'Hwnts tlnd adj\:itit'8 planned includt· 10 parades, 21 opulent masked balls. tv.o full w.eekl'ndt1 of nun tc1p pnrtytnJC 1111d t•ntt·rhunmt>nt,aome­art und ("ulturnl PxhibitionH de-­IJl(" ting tht• Braztlian litutyl('I. a <-ostume conlt>sl und u nt-w. C'ere­munial ur("h dt11ignl"<i hy masu·r urc-h1t«l Aldn lfoasi Of partfrulor intt·rt>St to tht' gay tmd h•sbiun l'<1mmunity iH tht• Sil­vl'r Sto<:kinw Bull, 11 mm1kNI bull whit·h will h1.·nl'iit(·ommunity care for AIDS. Tht' lrnll lwgins at 8:00 p.m. Friduy. Ft•b. ~I (the night bt•· fort• tlw pnrodPl nt tht• AMhton Vil· In Ballroom, 2.12.h Brondwny. A ma~k or t'Ostumt· iH rt'<1uin.J; tick el8 urt·$25 in udv1mt·t•or$.10at the door.1-"or mort· information on this C'\t'nt, nntacl Jud Bil(gt'rstaff ( xallyl at f>A2·1215, or in Gain• ton at (4QtJ1 'iti5-ti4.>7 Otht r ,., en ta include balls und parades •ponson.J hy tht' \"&riuu~ aandinncd. kn·Wt'8 on both wrtk· t>nds, •portmg t'\"l'nUI mduding Daughter's plight moves lawmaker to enter AIDS debate fl)' BHl'C.'Jo; ~( llJU.; 1 1\r; u F Ttit l.I l'tfA0$[ Cl FHA!'\KFOHT. Ky 1AP1-l·nhl thn-e Yt'Rrl!. 11110. 1<t.l1tt H:t•p. Paul Ma 11on or Wh1tt'f<hur11 t1lly11 hl' nt'Hr Kll\:f.' much lhou1tht to AllJS.as11um­mg hi11 famil~· and lriends "t'n· 1m· mu1w from a du~A'Ulk' thut he t'Ona1d l'red a h1g-c1ty 1m1bh·m \lason 11 fal.e RC"unty t'nded abruptly w.:ht>n h11 daughter. fk.lmda \ta.on, conlnu·te-d tht· Al(l~ '1rus lhroutth a blood trnn11fu­ston .m 191'7 H1* duughter a phghl apurrt'd the u&t'd C'&r ealesman from Appala1·h1- an Kenhu·ky lo action. pumn.: him on the front lmt'S of a fii(ht to pro­mott> AlllS t'<lui·ation. prt·\·t-nt d1s­C'nmmat1on and C'Urb tht· P.prt'ad of thl' d1aea11e It rt•t11ly ""Dfln"t a part u1 my w let, Mason •md •·Yuu·rt• 1>1tllnK m •mddl1·d~-u1,\mcru:n 11nd AJJJS 111 JW1lnotnpur1.olyc1urw.orld .•'\ v.,.. 11'• $(1meth111K I n<' with 1·u•r.\· Mttl<irtK r'nonwn1 Aftu \t-Mnmtt of hi• duuw:htt·r·a ull11ction, M;1"un 11-nid, hut tlptlthy tunwd t<1 anttt r llt' ww1 liittt•r tll tht· hlciod donor unrl h1•,1hh curt· offi· ("J.dH. •·You want to go nfh'r 11<•mt'hody w. Hh your hart' hnnda. Ma!IC•n •aid 1·m not 11un• 1"11 t'\"t'r heahleto look lt my daughtl'r and foraivt' him tthe donorl :\•>lxxly hM n right to •lt•al part of me" But \laaon hu lt·arntd tot·hannt'I his emotions m anothl'r d1rt·Hion The 191-x Gt'nt"ral 1\itffmhly t•narted hia bill to makt' it 1llea:al to use blood for trnm;fu1uon• ~fo"' tht· blood was tt'l!ltf'd for AJ IJS contammation Thi• yur. \lruton mtrodu~ t;\Ht ping AIDS hgislataon to fosh r a M:rt8ll'!' unden.1andin1l uf AIDS and to \\lpe out disc-r1mmation Wht·n Mht> c·ontrat·t~-d it tht·rl' wu11 a w<irld of di"c-rimination out tht·rt· and o lot in tht' ht'alth c:urt· fit•ld ht• t·aust> t·nryont' wai-; scart'd; ht' said '"In tht- hl'nhh rnre field. I how8t'l'O a world ol change in attitude" Maai.>n dt•'l:idt'<i to rl'move tht· p~ POl!ottl'i; t"'o m1>t1t contro\"t'r8lal wc­tiune, fl'aring his dnughtt'r would han· bttn tarl(Ned for cntiaam from AIDS a~tiHsts One of thl' atrickt·n •l'Ctlons w. ould haw allowed a murder charge to be l>rough1 against a pnson who kno.,.. •ngly l(i'·" an uninformed 11exun.l parl1wr AllJS. rt'f'.ulting in thfo part· 'ltt'• death Tht' othn section w.: ould h&\:t' allowt'd the state Cabinet for Human Rt'60urt.:es to dt'Lain pl'(lple inft't·tt·d v.ilh et·xually tn.nsm1tt.f'd d111easet1 m hot>pitals through clurt ordera. The hill still would requ1r1· t·J1.tl'n- 111\l' t-ducation programs for state um.I local attt•nt"ll'S and mundator;. AJJ JS tra1n1ng for ht>alth profes1110n al11. ltlllao .... ould 1(1\"(•All>Sp.;ttwnlll tht· •amei l('gal prot('('t1ons as hund1 nlJ)l"H.-d pt·oph·. l\fa. Mason. :11 . appomtt'<i by l'n·11o· iril'nt Hui<h JJ1i;t yt•ar tu tht' :-.;lltional C'ommi11sion on AIDS. said her fo thl'r"s bill symbolizt',., the type of gon'f"nmtnt action nt't'dt'd to astuat AIDS patit'nL-, 'Wt' ha\:l' to 1:1top relying on peo­plt- s good manner~ and hn\:e eome solid l('J[al tt:uidelinea on h<•" totn·at pe<•ple' infectt'd with the Alll!" n rua, 11he aaid. •·1 think hlStory has aortofrt"Jlec:ted that Jo:•>od lt'l(ialauon prl"<'f'<ft'& good mannl.'ri- l nfortu­natt'ly, aomt:timNI thafa what tt ta kn:· Muon aaid his bill tilt·ms from watchingh1a daughtt't: who li\"l"ll n Hartford. Ky fight to O\:ercume d1s­t ·rimination Ho¥;t-Vl'r. M:t. Mru.on ~aid muc'i of ht·r hnht·r 11 hill "t·11mt· lwo \·1·un1 too luh• !or nw:• hut is mtt·nd,:d to pro· kct othtr AIDS patwnts from t·n l·ountt"ring tht' s11m~ hoi>tility and hurd~hip11. 'What m' dud hua attt·mptt'<l to do s to muh tht' mud for peoplt• who romt' 1ftt•r me t•a111er, aaid Ma. Ma 11on, y; ho found out tn (ktohcr that l'ht· hns 1\ll>S I thmk at nat· cun bt· made that he gol m\ol\t"d "'Ith AIDS l>t>caU&e of me. Hut c\·erybody with AIDS i• 11omebody'1ch1ld H1·wtum'tdomgit JU•t for ht. child, but for tht' count· Jeu: otheni who ban contmcu>d the folt'aae, •he aud. \t~ .\luon, whotra\t'lsacruuthe country, said peopll' 11uffl'ring frum tht· disease art· 1·ngatct>d in tht• aaml' fight asblack11 w.onwn nndotht'rmi­mr ty group• m sttking lot nd dts· cnmmat1on She 111 trn111-d "ell wh1n11ht• \"Iii.it• ).(•khnl ·ount\:. her futlwrsuid. Hut oth1 r .\IJ IS potwnu hun 1·m't1un· tt'red diMC'nmmehttn ht> •ui1L i\ mun who hod \·ontrun1'<1 All IS thrnu11h •In mlt'<'tt'<f nt'<-'(llt• in l..t•tdwr Count\: waM k1llt'<I in a t>hoot-oul "1th. h1y; offk1·r11 uhout thr t• y1•nr11 ntco, l\1a~on aaid. The of 1c1·r11 luln aet tin· to hlood on o atrcd and had cun11idcrt>d burning the mun'• \:fln. wh11·h had bft.n foprayl'd with tht· man"11 hloud during the gunfiJ,::hL The man'• y;:ift't-\'l'ntuplly ll'ft the area, 11u} ing •hl' w.u diJ1Ctiminated again•t. \1RBOn said. 1\nother l1tchl'rC'ounty man who 1» nt.>w. fighting AIDS has conC't'aled h1& a1lmmt from fnl'nda and neigh­bon, tt>lhng tht'm he'• suffering from anothl'r d1s1·asc bt'C'ause he fl'ara Ix-ins 09lrBCltt-d. \1ll80n said That kmd uf μoint• up the net"d for rducatton and diut.·mination of information: ht> .aid. Team Houston meeting set for Sunday M ontro.e Bpol"Y by JAYDllB. TAMU Tile Montroee Voioe 'l\18.m Houston, a.n organization formed to orga.ruz.e Houston p&rUc­ipants 1n Celebration '90. pitch), BW1mm1ng, tennis, touch football, track &.nd. field, tr1a.thlon. volleyball, water polo and wres­Utng. Events planned for the cul· turalfesUval includea.fllmfesttval. 'Dance Across Amertca:' "Night of G-.y Games II a.nd Cultural FesUval, will hold an open general meeung t.hls Sun· da,y, Feb. 16. at the Metro­pol1t& n MulU-8erv1oe Cen­ter. 1476 West Gray The ~ will beC1n t.t 3,00 p.m &nd last unw 4 ·30 p.m Aeyone interested 1n at­tendlng the - as an Montrose Neighbor­hood 1000 Voloes~ a liter­ary fesUval, theater festival and band con­certs Up t.o 20,000 pe.rtJc. ipantB and spectatDrs are expected to be 1n Vancouver for the g,unee. B<>C(>l'dlng t.o L_ Sports athleta or spectatOr, or 1n helping U:le T8&Jn Houston etrortas a. volun­teer. lS encouraged to a.ttend., c» chair Fel1.x Ga.rcla said. Several t.opl08 wU1 be dJscuseod. lnciudlng l'und raJslng, uniforms &nd comrnltteee. More det&ils wW be made a.vallable on pla.nned fund r&181ng events a.t the meeting Volunteers &re needed to help w1th the upcoming tun.cl raJ.aers Now scheduled. a.re the Aerobic Roundup Burlds,y, Feb. 24 t.t Miss Kltcy's, a merchancuse auction on Thured&y. M&rCh l At MIB8ow1 Street. Statton, a.nd a. oa.r wa.ah In the Hea.ven pa.rk:1n4 lot on S&tur· da,y, Ma.rch 3, Ga.rel.a. 8&1d. There a.re now 27 sport.Lng events represented ln the games, 'I9am Houston reportBd. They a.re badmlnton, buket.ball. bowl1n4. b1111Al'ds. croque1.. oycl!ng. d&rta. dlvtng. OQ\MlOY"l&n. golf. loe hockey. marathon. mart.1&1 art.a, physique, power Ull.lng. 8QU&Bh. ro<>quetbe.ll, soooer: 80f\.ba11 (fast and slow the OrganiZerB 1n Canada. The games w1ll be held Aug 4-11 Team Houston is hoping to 1n crease Houston's vts1btllty 1n the games th1s year, and has set a.goal of 200 HoustDni&nB p&rt1C1pat1.n( 1n Vancouver: The orga.nlz.a.Uon wW assist In tun.cl ra.1s1ng for 1ndl­v1dua. ls a.rut groups wanUngtopa.r­UC1p& te 1n the games, and hope& to provide uniforms for all of the Houston a.th.let.es. 'The organization held its omctal kJckotf last month, on Ja.n. 21 at Rich's. -Aerobics Roundup Team Houston will sponsor an ':A.erobtcs Rounaup" fund raiser from 3:00 pm. to 7:00 pm. on Sun· day, Feb. 24, t.t M188 Ki~e Ind!· vtdua.ls &nd groups 1nterest8d In at- 1"ndlng the Cl&y Ga.mes ma,y re.Jao funds through pledges on their parucip&Uon. coordln&tor Fel1x Garcta.sa.1d. Pledge sheets a.re avail· able a.t. Miss Kitty's and from Team Houston members Several special guest lnStructors from local exercise clubS will lead Ule a.eroblos, Garcia sa.1d, Among these a.re Mfohael King of Bod_y Rock, HArc\Y Poll&rd of Be,you Park Club a.nd Mark CX>lltns ("Mr: G-.y Houston") of Flt.nesa Exch&nge P'or more in!ormauon on th1S event. call the 'l\lam Houston of· noes t.t sm.TEAM - Billiard standings The taoe for the 1989-90 champl· onsh.tp of the Grea.ter Houston Pocket B1111Arde League IS tJght.en· Ing. Past Time, loelng 11" first. match ln two yea.re, wa.s clefea.tsd. by Bacchus I, 6-3 The t.op !Ive t.e&me for the week beginning Feb. 12 a.re l) Past Tlme, 16-1; 2) Bac­chus I, 1&3; 3) Briar Patch. 14-4; 4)CandN ·Men;' J1·5and6)Ro.ln· bow Ranchers, 11 ·6. The GHPBL Mardi Oras tourna­ment 1s scheduled for Sund.ay, Feb 25 t.t the 611 Hyde Park Pub. ReglS­t. ratlon lS a.t noon, w1th play begin­ning at 12:30 p.m. Ca6h prizes will be a.warded to the top three teamB and a. &16 b&r tab, courtesy of the 611, will be awarded to the pla.yer w1th the best peJ.ntbd faoe. There 1S a. '8 ent.ry fee The Houston Metropolitan Bil· ll&rd League 1s also underw-.y and of! to a close start.. After three weeks. the BRB Ba.llere, Brt&r Patch, 61 l Prime and Past T1me Preclston held the top tour spot.a in the sta.ndlngs. All four of these tams are undefeat.ed Miss Kltcy'a GUllSUngere, with one 1088, a.re currently 1n fU\.h pl&Oe two runs. a tennis cla~ ic and a rugby tournament, and a C'hild· nn'• parade on Sunday. Feb. 25. Music legends including Chubby Checker, Otis Day and the Knights, Lester Lanin and his or­chestra and Al Hirt will be ptr· forming around the island city during the Mardi Gras celebra tion. A host of Brazilian, jazz and rock musicians will also be on hand, including Afro Brasil and Sambo Police. Celebrated blul'a band Roomfull of Blue& will make their first scheduled ap~urann• at the Galveston Mardi Gras this year. Another transportation option is the Texas Limited, which iH of fering a special Mardi Gras pack· age Feb. 24 . Included in the pack age are bleacher tickets, beadH and complimentary champagne. 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Program Medical Director: Jaimie Cochran, M.D. Eating Disorders Consultant: Lacey lewis, M.S.S.W., C.S.W. 933-6000 for information. Hc•A Belle Park ...,Hospital 4427 Belle Park Drive Houston, Texas 77072 Treatment programs are covered whOlly or m part by most insurance plans Outpatient and mpat1ent treatment available. 4 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1990 AIDS Alliance doctors, leaders still at odds Preacher's gay-rights By SHERI COHEN DARBONNE Montrot~ Vo1tt Ed1tur A rift between the executi\.·e offi cers of the Greater Houston AIIJS board spends a disproportionate amount of time discussing rela· tively unimportant details. and the physicians have found a lack of interest on the board in discus»· tion cPPOJ plan. 1uggea.ted the docton1 are afraid of lo11ing control and money in the hospital (and is) dying are things like hobpi('(' care and pam management, Person said. Alliance and it.8 advisory council of physicians haa apparently not ing issues they feel are important been settled, and the chair of the in providing care. The doctors feel they a re left out of the Alliance's "In gt'nE'ral, m medicine, acro88 the country, there i» whole gl'nreof psychology involved with physi· cians, who have alwaya been in control of the health care delivery syatc.. m:· Peuon Hid. "Also, they want to make sure that they are not IC'ft out of any planning, be­cause ther(' is a lot of money to be made ... of courtae, we're not intend· ing to leuve tht.·m out," 8he t1aid Septimus, however, smd Penon and Jon Mcfo~ather. ext."<·utivt> di· rector of the Alliance, brought the matter before the board dt-Hpitt• urging for prior con8ultalion by the physician council. SeptimuK said he had personally met with Person and attempt<'d to discus11 the physicians' concerns. and that Person had also attended a mt't't· ing of the council medical advisory boorcl Hid con· flicta over a '"preferred provider" proposal discussed at the lat1t meeting of the Alliance board Feb. 8 is-0nly a "side i1tsue:' "The pion . .is only a piN.:e of o much larger picture:' said Dr. Ed ward Septimu11, who reportedly &urprised the extcutivett of the AIUS umbrella organization when he su1nre.Jted last Jo~riday, Feb~ 9, that the mt'dical council's doctors might r~ign . '"{'he issue got'8 back to the ba&ic leadership of the Alliance .. how it is run, what the real goalto are:· Septimus said. ·-rm not 1mying tha~ the right people nn·n "t there (on lhe Alliance board>. 1 think they are, but there iM a probl<·m with the way thinKS ore done, tht> way the board met·tings are run, that.1:1ort of thing. Houston it1 way behind already in AIOS co.re .. .I just don't see that much has been done in the y!'or (the Alliance) has been in existence." Septi~us so.id he believes the decision making proce~. he said. Such was the case when the board discussed the select provid· t>r proposal, which Septimus said could lead to some loss of experi· ence and expertise available to AIDS patients who need special ized care. When the doctors learned that the health care pr<>" jeet was still moving forward, it contributed to an existing feeling of being excluded from majordeci sions of the group, he said .. , don't want to get sidetracked about the health plan, though .. that isn't the main thing h('re, it's just a side issue. There iK a much greater problem and that has to do with the leadership and direction of the Alliance:• 8£.ptimus said. Regarding quality of co.re, Per· son aaid she believeg some pa· tient.8 art' rl'Cc .. iving "expensive high·ttth care'' they don't really need while otht-rs have problems of a<x."t-88 to the care thl'y need. "What we're doing iB spending millions of dollana on some and nothina- on otht.·na:' Per11on said. She also elaboratt'd on a com· ment that waio quoted in the Hous ton Pc»it n•Kardmg treatmt'nt for AIDS pati<·n~. Pertoon reportedly statt-d that a pereon "dying of AIDS .. doesn't need a brain biop- Bill Napoli, president of the Peo· pie With AIDS Coalition-Houston who is a board member of the Alli· ance as an AIDS sen·ice providt.·r. said he also felt Mc Father .. didn't do his homework"" regarding the plan before it was discu~,.t>d "(The planl is mti:nded to lowt•r the overall co.st of AIDS can• in Hout1ton and Harril'i County. m}· conC(>rn is whether it will alft'('f. the quality of care that ii; availa· ble.1'his is what1PWA a-roup11) are going to be watchinK very car('fu). ly:· Napoli said. ButSandraPerson,amemberof sy. Under the PPO plan, local t.·m· the Alliance board and former ex· "The way (the newspaper) had ployen:i would set up a h('alth care l'Cutivedirector of the Houston Ar· it, it sounded kind of crass .. .! plan for AIDS patients wh('re pu· ea Health Care Coalition, which didn't m<'an for it to sound that tienl.8 would receive their care initially requeJSted the proposal way. What I wos saying is, the from physicians and otht•r h('alth for a preferred provider organize· main concerns for a person who is care providers associated with thl' Alliance. The phy1Jicians would at"e potu·nlJI at th(' Thomas Street Clink lt:urrently Clperated by the Ham• County HOt!pital District). Indigent AIDS patienu pret;ently rt'<'f'iv(' c:ar!' at the clinic through tht' diHtrict. The paid health care plan would bt• intended to help fi nun<·<• <·art• for th(' indigrnt pa llt'lllli. stand driving away flock Jit'gnrding the p08Hibility ofrce· Hy ERlN K ELLY ignation by mc·mber~ o( the medi The r~~·~·~Na,'~~ ~~t~m t'r cal ad\'1sory board, Sept1mus 88ld RAU:IGH (AP>--Tht> trouhlt> he· tht·re hod been no fonnal m!'etmg gan when member-8 of Roli:itch's among the physicians and that Fairmont United Ml'thodiMt thl' board had not discussed the Church heard about thl'ir pai;tor'• mattt'r further"" ith the Alliance's ~;~~~~ment in the 19KH Gay Pndt• t'Xt.'<:uti1r·H. He said Wednet;day that he WBM not y<'t prepared to makt' a atat('mt'nt on behalf of the board about tht- mt-mht>r"'' next 8lt'p Pt>raon, who ua planning to move. rt11igned. &Pl f'X("('"Uti1re direc· tor of HAIK(; and wu to leave that pt1t1ition Friday, Feb. 16. Randall Hoddt>. s<'ht>duled to 88· Kumf' tht· dutiN of t'Xl'Cutive direc­tor, Kaid he <"ould not comm('nt on tht• plun propot1a) lw."l·ause ht' was not familiar with all the details. ''I haven't been briefod about it by t·ither the Health Car(' Coali· tion or the Alliance;· said Hodde, also a memlx·r of the GHAA board. A men·b Bibleclasspa,..eda rt'8· olution ··For Fainnont to embrtH·r ho· me.sexuality, or thotit•who prut"l1n· it, is an insult to coo:· tht• rt·80lu lion 8aid in part The dispuk O\"t'r th(' Ht.•\' .• Jimmy E. Creech"s stand on homost'Xunl rights hrutdividt'd om· of Rah·11Ch 's most prominl'nt ~1«thod1"'t mnl(rt' gation~. About l"() unhappy mem· hers have s('nt a petition to tht> b11:ihop, demanding that ht· rid th<'m of th<"ir pa!ilor Attendnm·t• has plummeted. ContrihutionK dropped by more than S:l.'U.IUO la!';t year. threatening thechun·h's sur viva) and causing the pastor to take a au percent salary <:ut. Ousted pastor's autobiography counsels understanding .. It has been adifficultand pain ful time," smd Cn•t'<'h, ·I,\ u Goldsboro native who l"UllW to the west Raleigh church with his wift· and son in 19K7. Prl'nously, Creech had served oth('rc·hurl·h('ll, including th!' Methodil"l Chun:h on Ocrocoke Island. whl'n• tht• community held a "JimmyCrt't'<·h By JERRY HARKAVY Oay" in 19hl PORTLAND, Maine cAP>-A for· mer·Methodist minitttt'r who waa forced to leave the pulpit aftt>r a celebrated church trial arising from her practice- of homosf.'xuali· ty has written an uutobiography that concludee1 with an npPf'al for tolerance and ac1.·('ptan('('. .. Let My Pt'Opl(' In .. \William Morrow and Co.,$18.95)tra<:"e8 RO' se Mary Denman·" journ<·y from her strict Roman Catholi<· child hood in a blut>-c:ollur Hhodt• ltdund family to ht·r discovt·ry or ht•r lt'8· bian identity thut t·ulminult•d in her relo.tiont1hip with tht• wonrnn with whom Hhe hver; in Portlond. AlonK the way, tht·re watt service in the Air Forte, marriuge, moth· erhood. divort"e semmary studit·a and yet another change m rdiK· ious allegiance-to tht• lJnitnrian Universalist AMSO(·iation. If nothing el"'e, I><·nman, ·1:l, said she hopt."ti tht• book will en· courage readeni to he mort· under· standing and lt-ss JUdi(mental of people whOtie e1i:xuol preft·n·net·s differ from their own ··Before an yon(' lx·~nR to judgt'. they should think ho"" many pt.'0- ple out there on• gay;• she said in an inl('rview. •·You could be judg· ing your own child, your minillll'~ or any number ol oth('r p<.·ople:• 1-:stranged from her fatht•r and an outca8t in her family ofter tihe defied her bishop and refused to kt't'p her lt.':;binnism a secret, Denman counsels family mem­bert> to try to avoid laying blame or guilt •·If we could only begin to see that homo:;exuality is simply an· other alternative to loving, per· haps we can stop trying to find a pen;on or an event to blame:· she wroU>. "Homosexuality is not a dis('atoe to be cured or a sin to be healed. It is a life to be lived and celebrated. no less than hHerc>tiexuality." The book is dedicated to Win nit• Wt•ir, thl• ex-wife of a Methodi11t minister who Denmon met while 11ht• served os pastor of a small church in North Anson. Th<'ir friend11hip evoked into love, lead· ing to the break between Denman nnd the United Methodist Church. l\tofor<' that. Denman said. she was unaware of her s<'xual orien· tation, although in retrospect thl're were indications she wru; gay: ht>r crush on a kindergarten tt>acher or her sorrow at beingtiep­arnted from her Air Force training mtatructor. "'l..<>0king back. itwaslikeitwa..-. ull there but I was too blind to 8ee it. I had a bad ca~e of denial:• she 1'18id The book also details IJt>nman ·s 19~7 church trial in Dover. N.H., where a jury of Methodi8t minis· ten; found her guilty of violating a J.yeor·old church rule banning homOffl•xual clergy. She could have bet'n expt"lled from the church or removed from the cler· gy, but was given the INSer penal· ty of 8Uspent;ion, which allowed her time to tran~fer to another de-nom1nat1on Four month!! later. she waa ac­cepU- d into the Unitarian mints· try, where she fillK in for oth('r pas· toni and takee on various speak· ing engagt.·mE'nt.8. While she ini· tinily hopt<I to obtain her own pariHh, Hht> said .-ht• no lonj&'(•r aH· p1rt'fl to the full-timt• miniHtry "PuriMh minititry m<'uns hving in a fish bowl, and I don •t like !iv· ing n fo1h·bowl life tttyle;• s he said. "Somebody started the rumor that minist<·rs are 1o1uppo11ed to be pt>rf<'l"l, and 99 P'-'r<'t'nt of us are not." The public demands that a min ister be alwayM patient. n<'ver tired, e\."l'r tht' pt'rfoct llMtt•nf.'r. she added. ··1 have to ht! more human than that.'' lnst('ud, &ht· hrui found a fulfill· ing ne"" cart't'r in teaching and no" workM llM a part·timl' int1truc· tor in EnKlish and J)(lychology at Southern Ma1n('Tt"l'hnicnl ('ollege in South Portland. l)(·nman 8&.Y• her book ha~ BJ» t!'ntially broad oudil'nce "The United ~it-thodiMU art> g<>" ing to buy the lxJOk bc."C'uutie they're ., AP LASEAPHOTO BY HERB SWANSON Rose Mar)' Denmon. a forma Mt>thodut mmutt>r forn-d tv l1·a1·t• the pulpll bt·,·auJH' .'>he 1.s a le1;b1on, poal>s with a rripy of hrr au1ohw11raph-;. "'/,et -"l)o Propll> In nosy: otht'r ga_y;., and lesbians will buy it becauise it"s our stors. our titruggle; and othen- will bu~ it h< ... caut1e they want to find out m(1rt' about the i:.:;ue of homos~·xuality and how the church relatt·I" t.o it.." hn lipht with the Methodii.t chun·h. lihc· harhon. no grudges or ft-elinK!I ol hittern<"S•. .. Th1·y unwitlmi(IY ga\."l' mt> But Jimmy Crert·h inMists thut the church should no longer rt"' main isilent on homoi-exunlit\·. an i~:-.ue that hai- sparkt'd dt·bat~'11 in almost even; denommat1on Tht· pastor isay8 .the C'hurch ·a prohlt·m :-.Lt-ms from ili;;. <•wn 8qUl'"am1sh· nt.·s:. with M·xuality in gt•nt·ral. .. The r€'1igious communitv has l'itruggled with undl·n;tandi~~ and affirming human t1uuality, Creech i,iaid. "'And the prinrnry n a· son that th('re iH contro\.·1•rH· n garding homo1o1exu11lit\· 1s ht't'~JW<t' our so<:a·ty has 1101 ~t'ltll.v hec·n ablt' to affirm human sf·XoHlit) in a way that i-t.•t·z:.; it UM un int.t·g;.11 part ot tht.• who\t· 1wr1"in In the Methodi;.,t ('hun·h, us in most mainli1w dt·numinittion", gay pc.-oplt• art• wt'lt·om(· m tht· pewl'i but not m tht• pulpit The Book of Dihc1pli nt· ul the• United Mt.·thod1st ('hun·h snv1J: '"We recogni;te that i<t•xualit\." is Goers gift to all pt•r1JOns. \\.c; tw lieve that persons may h£' fully hu· man only whl'n that K1ft is at· knowledged and affirnll'd hv tht·mseh-t's. the('hun:h. andSOC1~· t}·" But th!' chun·h relusf'S to t·on· done homo~xuality ( ·n'f'C·h a.uya that"s incons1stt·nt "'Chril"tianity lt'8Ch('B thalHt'X IS a gift from God and thnt it 1s to l•· enjoyed:· Crtt't:h ~aid And tht·n to say that hc1mns1•xuulil\· <'ttnnot be condont-d-to be 5exUul '" to Denman isays that while l'lh(' had initially felt pain. tht'n an~t·r and finally disillusionmt·nt ufkr prac:ti('(' ont;s sl·xu;.tlity, und you mort• opportunity for growth than can't ha\e it both wav11." Miriam P BhK"k, wh~111toppt-d ut t.endinK service~. tiays tht> pustor hos a right tohii;opinion. Butl\1n-; Read.er thinks memorial service at Catholic church inappropriate Hlock, a formtr HHl<·iKh ( '1ty Coundl meml>t:r. suyM i<lw wui< bothered when th<• J)l.IMtor took pubh<· st.ands that sonw mt·mhn!!! l'nlm :auom • · H&JUUlfQ'l'OS (The following letter was sent to Earl Shelp of the AIDS lnt.erfa1th Alltanoe rega.rcl1ng" the AIDS me mortal &ervt08 ~.Feb. lOat.StAnne'aCath~ Uc ChW'Ch). Dear Earl nomin&Uons for the sources ofyour hoepl08 workers. However, the serv· 108 you deecribed is 1nsens1Uve &t. lee.at. b3JxX:r1Ucal at worst. HavlnC 16yeareofCat.hollceduca uon. I am both 1am1n'""'""'"rycur1nV1t.aUon ~etters to attend a rnemorW. servt08 for :=:'c!=.':"~~M.:.:~ tothe :UO~o~~~o~=~P Editor and• repreeent&Uveofthe BaptJ.St. rellglon fully oognlZ&nt of Cat.hollc phllceo­phJr and aware of pracuoee uUl.iZed to implement such d.octrtne lJvtng 1n Houston for 20 yea.rs has also made me I apprectat.e the work that. you a.re undert&k:1nS&ndreall.z.eUW.youuUI· aware of Baptist t.MCh1ngs as ap;>lled to everyda,y situ· lZA!l the oongreg&Uons of many Cle- auons Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or j ust about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice We're working to bring you a real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. The Catholic ChW'Ch h&B been the sl.ngle most. unportant force ln atr tempUng to deprtve the public of saf­er sex teehruquea. Th1a policy of st.i fit.ng AIOO prevenuon lnformauon surely h&B been the oauae of a num· ber of A.IDS deaths. Th hold a 98rvi08 tor deo8&sed persons wt th AJOO tnan tnsUtuuonal struct.ure whoee polt c1es overtly oontrlbu.ted to the cauae ofthoeedl&ths tsalmoetana.tfront to the memory of thoee you claim to honor AddJ.U(lnally, the Roman Catholic and BapU.st campa1gna &1J'ned at. the £8,y11eebl&ll OOmmunllif cannot be forgotten when we spea.k of HIV ln fecuon in Houston. Btnoe 80 to 90 percent of persona wt th AIOOare '83. thevast.ma,Joiiti}rofpeopleyouwould remember at th18 servt08 a.re people who would be cast out of these con greg&t1ons because of their 88XU&l ortenta.Uon. While respecung the deep faith of the members r1 DtgnlfJ and thelr perseverance 1n the fact!" of ~ecuon,t.hehosUltlifoltheCatboho h1er&reh,y can never be ignored. The onJywe..yanopenlfg&ypereontsom­C18lly weloome in a cathoUo church 18 tn acaaket.. ThehosW.iti}roftheBapUatchu.rch· es tcward the ga.y oomrnwUf\Y la no leea outspoken. An,yone who h&B lived through the referendum 1n Houston knows only too well what. hat.red 1n. the name of orgaruzed re­llglon can mean T1U8 cllmate of hate 1n 19xa.a has helped proctuoe some of found offensivt·. the O'lOtit homophobic and oounter- "He wus voluntarily or im·nlun product.lve AIDS Jeg1alat.1on 1n the turily rt·prest·nling tht• t·hurd1 ond U.S. Thus the appa.ll1ng state of HIV his opinions wt·rt- not nt't·t Nm1ly ca.re 1n Houstonoanbel&ld,1nagre&t those of all c·hurch mt·mht·rS:' Mr11. &igree. to Ul08I! very ea.me rellgk>UB Blol'k said. Sht• smd 11hc1 hud 'oodleswhowouJdnow~fortho&e worked for 11 pNln:ful solution to who h&ve departed. tht' t·hurch crit118, hut 11tartt·d nt· I do not dl8p&ra«e the good that tending Wl·i;toHr Umtt-d ~1l'lhod ~ oome Lhrough p~r and ,.. isl wht·n she thought ,.he hBd lo:-t rnembr&noe. I belleve. however, that thf' battle. c.&thoUc d 8&ptiat policy mak AlthoughMJ'I" Blockhu~not~t·t are 1n ~r 088d than the CO:::. ""1thdrawn hl'r mt"mht·n;h1p geous vtct.1m8 of WU' bigotry a_h<1ut 20 people hu1re, a("('()rdmK to ''De&Ul Before Dlahonor'' ~be a ~~:;~~swnho:· .-aa~u~;~. 7~·1~!~. great.aloganfortheM&t'inee.butitiS memh!'nihip WM about hOI". l'urt oerta.tnly que&tJDnable as• reeponse or the drop was cuu!';t-d b,- o rt'<'<'llt of org:anuad rellgion 1n the t'a.oe of update of the mt·mbt·r~hip roll• AID6. that eliminutt'<l the numesofm1•m· New Dawn of Faith MCC opens south of Houston hers who disapJ')('art-d yenna ago. Cr('«h said But he acknowledged thnt h1K stance had d('ph·kd thf' flo<'k Mony, like MrM. Blotk, huvt• n" tained their ml'mh('rship hut are s taying away. Down or Faith MNropolitan Com· munity Church, an affiliate ofthl' Univl:'ual Fellowship ofMt•tropol· itan Community Churchu (UFM('('). will dt"<licatt ilfl new home at 1059.) Ttlf'phon<' Hoed on Sunday, Feb.%. at 1():15a.m The new lcx:alion of the church iH1outh of Hobby Airport on Fuqua Street at the cornt'r o( Telephone Road (eruit end ol tht Hi(:e Shopping Ctnt('r). The church, formerly MC(.' of lialveaton, hal'I a MJ)('('1al outreach to people en route from Houston to Galveston The dedication and blt"11Sing ol the new facility will be pt'rformt•d by Clarke Frietien, thl• UFMCC South Central District coordin11 tor: Jo'ri~E'n will al80 delinr the sermon on that day. After an unsucct"IA(ul outreach in Galveston. the church moved. to the Saa-emont subdiviMion ol Houston and ntablishtod a Pe-arland JX>fit o(fice box. While lht·rt•. members H id, the <'hurch t•xpuit'nnd a r<·n(·wal a nd Krowth. hrinf(lllK in n<'w mtmheni from thot B('rvi("(• area I>awn of }''aith MCC 9£'rvee pri marily J>n•one livmg in l'Outh I larri11 County or m Galveston and Brumria Counti1'8, hut it 1• opt•n to nil ChriMtiana who would like lo Vll'lll, porticula r)y thOflt> on lht•ir way lo c;ulvftlton, mt·mbeni lllid. "The Methodist Chun·h dOl'H not approve of homoHexuol marringt• and Reverend Cr<'t'Ch puhlidy •up ported that;' Mrs. Block tiaid. But shf.' hastened to add that tiht• hod no objectiom1 lo homof't.•xuulK ut· tmding Fairmont and lwlit•n-d m full civil right!! for guy p('oph• 'I believe in tht• dv1l ntthtM ol J~ople to do what th('\/ want:' "he eaid. '"I justdon·t wa1lt m)" <'hun:·h to advocate it.'' Bi"hop CP Mmmtk will dt'<'ich• this 8pring whetht·r ("rt'('{'h will rt•· main at Fairmont or mcl\."f' FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16 19901 MONTROSE VOICE (Night of the Iguana' at Stages, (Fences' at Alley Huui.ton Livt• tudt Tro\' te-nuou11 world ia 11hak \!\t1l Badd1·rs 1aontourw1th thf'pr& tn by hi11 ~n'• frwi>pirited pur1m1t duction ol ··ctunclot.." 10 th€'tt' .. no of a profl'8s1onal football cart'(•r. tht·att•r n v1e-w th11 wttk lnslftld. Auaut1t Wilson aays, •·J wa.1 writ· Wt' art' prt-vu WIOK ahowa wh1<·h an· Ing about hlack America ... whiletht" currt-ntly runninli( or o~mn)l aoon apec1fica of the play are black, thl' at ll'\.'t'tal local thraten) c(Jmmonalt1t>a ol the culture art- W1llihm1 ~il(ht of thfl IKuanu lartet-r rE>aliti('S in the play. You han· "'Tht·!\1ghtoftht>IJCuOna:·wntlt·n fatht-r-aon conflict, you have hu• h.\ Ttnnt•&l>l't' Willmm• and ht·in~di hand·w1lt' conflic-t ... all of these rtt·kd by mtiatu· chrt'<·tor Ttd lhlllKll <trt' univer!fal Swmdt1·y. opt nwl laM Snturdil\·. Tht· Allt'y Tht'ater'$ production or Ft b J, und runs throuith Mun h io 'Ft·ncu" i11 part of a eollaborativt' at Statctii H1·pntory Tht·utn 1m1Jt'<'t ol' tht· Allt'y Thl.'att·r, Mil· wuukt'<' H1·1>t'rtory Tht'ater and Ari wnu Tht·att-r Company. It plays to uud1tm·('8 in Houi;ton, Milwuukt'i.'. Tu1·son and Pht*nix before do11 intc on April 2Y. 1990. Willium11' 11luy 111 1wt in ti.fr>m·o m Hl·W. nnd rt•\.nl\t'11 nmund tht• H1·v I .i1wrt·nre Shannon, a dt frnt·kt'<i mmu1tn lUlll('<i tour tcuult 1\11 11 rt luctunt c·it1lt'n of tht• world. Sh11n m1n ulli•W li u~ t111>1-e1twhuuu1n"i11rit approuchmg its l.1:111t pince ofrt'fu..:1· The plu;.· tht n hel'oint,.. u '"Journ1•y thut 11pookl'd llnd hedt•\ dt>d pt'l>J>le are fort-ed to ta kt•· ""h1le t'ndurmg tht> l08p1tallty of n aet.-d) ~h:),tcnn hot.el StURt"ti pmducbon brmlr(• ( 'hns Kmkadt' · ··carnal h.nowled1te­lknt ) hack from 1.01 Antetlt'9 to pla) I.ht> It-aid ~ huructt't. .Shannon Tue !\l)n8 pht.) I tht• t"drt.h\ hot~I m1atretU1, !\b1),tnnl' t 1ulk o J»trt ongmally don hy H~ttt' l>ovui on Bl'ORdway, IAlth \'u·k1 l.umtlllur.he aduptablt' llannuh .Jtlkt>• Oth1..­hntun- d llE'rformt'l'rJ 11rt• H1KSkmn;.· Hrc• .... n, Pot M1h'h1·1l, .Jt·om l'roctor t1nd T'ek \\ 1111,,n -"Fences" at th<> Alley Tht• All1·y Tlwakr. undn tht· artu1t11· dirt"<'Uon ol <•n·~ury Bnyd, 111ienK it11 !\euhau11 An·nu Stag1· t<t•u11on .... ith AUJ(Ullt Wilsun's l'ulitzn l'ri:1.1 ...,in ninte F1·nn'll' dm'ttt·d hy ('luudt· Pure!;. Thi• prrn.lu1·t1on, ...,hu·h opt·m'Cl Thunid11~· .• JAn :U1, 111 to run through !\lnfl'h 4. JOllUllJl ""Who s Afraid uf \ 1ri;nnm \\oolt"' · y,}lil"h u1 runninK on tht> larKt' 11tuic1· 1hrough F1·h 11 Fl.'nc" .. thl' stoo of the ~1axsona, U black (am1Jy In lh(' lott' ~~.)() • trymg to plant roub mu mid· dlt--Amrncan urban Cl\\: OnC"f' ha' lnK hud the opportumt) to h«omeu profetis1o nal haAeball playt'r'. Truy Max8un allu"ed color Imes and ra cwl hardsh1pe to mtuft"' " th his dn-nm \\1th the udHnl of n1·w atl.i -"Bashweshwe" held over Ha1>hwt'sh...,t' • Peoplt' of Ml'rcy: tht· h.uumba Houi«: theateit1 Afri­can mwi1l·al tribute to Mickey Le· land, ha11 bt-. .. n held O\ er through 1-"t•b 25. ··Baahweaihwe~wasy,rittt'n anddirl'('ted by Lindi Yeni. with mu •lcal et•mposition and dirKtton b, Thotho I hU.hwnnt• Jant't Hampto~ and Y1n1t"11na Khosa d10rt·u 1trn11ht-d the traditional danl·l"ll, wh1I" .Jumt'8 Martin choreograph<-d tht' mudt·rn dunC't!' pie<.'t'8. Th, produ<:tion Ct'lebnnt'll tht· ""ork ol tht· lutt' Congr~11 mt'mbt-r. "'h09t' dn·am was to end hunger 11.nd u:u1n world pt·a<·e. Bashwt·shwt• .. t•mpha"izf'ti tht' t'X !Jill' ui-pt.'('h4 of traditional Afril'an ld1· Tht• audi('nce t·xperienct'8 tht· ml'lodit ~oundts of Soweto, the <'ON Ml'LIC 1;tomp2' of Zulu dnnct's and the cumplinHt•d synl'opated drum rhythm11 of ~outh Africa Kuumba Hou"e is locah>d at the M 1dtown Art Ct>nt<'r. 3·111 LuHram·h at Holman -"Finishing Touches" ,Jt'nn Kl'rr& "Finishing Toul·ht'8, th~ J ~73tomed.i<-·defen~eof old·lime rt'lipeclab1htv with a constant bar· rage of"" It. ~J>t-'nB wnight, Feb. 9 at .\t tor·s Tht'alt'r of Houstun h.t·rr • elt't.'r\"esCt'nt humor hru; l"-'t'n oompart'd to that of Robert lknt·hlt>y. S.J. Perelman and Mark T" ain. Ht' past worb indudt· '"Jen riy Kiued !\tt>;' produced m !\ew Y k m 194~; King of Heart.s. 11 r4' .\f.H·rs. <'hn• K111kodt· and \-'u ·kl Lflmar1 111 ~ta1,wi; production of th1· 'Ji 11111 aiwr \f llu11na pla.' ·.\·iRht of th~ llluana t"Oilobor.1t1on y,1th Eif'nnor Hro,k1· .rnd dm•<·ted hy ..huabnnd W•tllt'!' h.ur. 'l'oor H1thn1d;· with a sue <"Cll.i;l'ul Hro111lw11y run and muvit•; Mary. Mur~ ,' li11h'd umuntc tht· u•n longt'tll·runnmM 11111;.11 in Hrmulwu;. hit1tory und. mntol r4'<'t•ntly, ·'Lunch Hour" 11tani11K ( ;,Jdu Hadner und Sam Wn11tt niton. In 'FmUJhmg Toucht·s, tht· ht·ad of ;-.;, . ..., t:nu:hmd hou1u·huld, t1 col­ll'J{ t' pruh't'llor" ho tcacht'tl En1tlish, i11 anxiou11I) a"a1trnl( "ord ol n pro­motion und Ui sl 1pwulkmK mto his ·40 ;.t·ar 1.tch In a momt-nt or frus· tratlcm, ht• conft'8.'"l'8 to h111 prl'lty. Y.itly 11uhurban wilt-th11tlw'111111 lo\1· "1thfl stud('nt m h1.,pol'try 1wnu11ur H ru\.1~hing ht 11uty who altN lour y1•t1rs of Latin tan·t n•11d ti 11undiul Tht• l'onfr:;sion pron1kt'8 1lw rt" tipons<'. "I ha\'t• a feelinK thia duy i11 lr(oinl( tu l(l'l worsc'" frvm lht' wilt­and 1t do<"S. The Y.ollii<h h.atht•lor next door makt'8 u not too unwt'I· come pass at the professor'11 wilt' Tht'lr t'.? vt'ar old son. o Hur .. ·urd IM'l\ior, brmj?i:; home for tht Wt'f:kt·nd an oldt'I' woman c.w1. a WNlhhy Ill" trl;'tl.8 with a ro\"mg e)'l" with whom Jw 11 ht'i'll 11lt't'JllllJ( whili· in Cam· hrufgc· .'\liddl1• •on 1nno<·1·ntb lets tht· <'Ill tlll(K1'<I !'\odurnul Arrangt'­nwnt• ut llarvurd·· out nf the hau:; .111d yuuntct•st 11011. on t'l(•(·tril"al wiz 11rd ut l•lt•v1•n, wirt•ff the houge with llm1hinK li~hta and blaring mui;ic. In tht· .kt11r't1 Tht·;Un production, \\"(•II JohnBon ond l.ouil't' Winner play tht• ~1rolt'Mi<Or and hii; wile, sup­ported by \'1e Gt"t·rUI, Cotht'rint' Flt·mmK. Hinh ::\t•"man, 8am Tnul, I )t·hre ( ·unn and Hoger I.n·hrum. Pride Week Awards nominating process has begun The organizing C< 1mmittee for the 1990 Pride Awards has kicked off the first phast· of its nomination pron·~s. said Mark Johm;on, co­chair of the annual cer('mony, a Les­bian Gay Pride We<·k event. The nominating and balloting proce­dun• ii-; changing slightly for this year becaui-;e of i;ome confu!Sion ex­perit• n(·<·d last yl•ar, Johnson said. The hrst Prid<• Awards Hunqul•t was held June 17, 19X9. uftl•r the honor· et•s were sell't'tC'd by nn open "write· m'' ballot. Although the final vol(• will still ht• opt•n, .Johmmn t:aid the commit­kt• is polling community organiza· tions for nominutionH so suggestl'<l nominel'S rim ht• litited on the ballot. Tht•rt• will still be a pla<'t· on th« bal· lot for wril<•·in votA.-s, he said. Because of thl' early start, organ­izers an• l•xpttting a larger and broader hat-;ed responst>, Johnson said The Pridt· A, ... ·nrds are designed to honor individuals, organizations and businesses in Houston for ac._.hievt"­ments in service, commitment and dt>d· ication to the Houston gay and lesbiun community. This year's ballot list.-.. the following categories: promoting pride within the community, beyond the com· munity, by a community organization, by a business, a nd by an individual, and a new category, promoting pride and "gaiety'" through a community so­cial event. In the first phase of the balloting process, community organizations will fill out a certification form and nomi· nation ballot. The first batrh of tht>St• ballots have already been muilt'd out to about 70 different groups, Johmmn said. To qualify for participation in thr nominations, an organization must bt• independent (of any parent or sponsor ing organization), based in Houst«ln , have a membership or volunteers und a governing body, and must hold regular meetings. The nomination process bl'"' gan Jan. 15 and will ronclude on Marc·h 3. Each qualifying organization will rec·cive a customized nomination ballot on which to vote; each will be al­low(> d one nomination per category. It is up to the individual organizations to determine how their nominees are se­l<• «tt-d. Johnson noted that although the committee tried to identify all qualified rnmmunity organizations, some new organizations may have been over­looked. Qualified organizations which do not rl•ceive a customized ballot are titill invitt'Ci to participate, and should rnntact the pride awards committee to r('quet0l u nominating ballot. he said. Sponsoring organizations. including or.canizcr~ and recipient8 of proceeds from tht• event. are not eligible to par· ticipate in the nominating process, Johnson said. Sponsor~ of the event this year are Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection ~MCCR), Montrose Activity Center (MAC). Tex­~ Hu?:'an Rights Foundation and the Colt 4as. The !:'l"<-'Ond phase of recipient se­lection will be the adual communi· ty·wide vote. This year, the commit­tee plans to 8tt out ballot boxes at several <'Ommunity businesses, or ballots may be 8ent by mail to Pride Awardi;, Box 542258, 1 l ouston 77254-2~~)8. The voting process will begin March 17 and conclude on Junt• 2. To assure thl• une vote limit, a name, adclres!-1 and signature must be inducll>d un th<' ballots, but the names and addrt•i;ses will be used tmlely for the purposeR of the vote, 8aidJohnson. NnmC's and addresses will be kl'ptconfidl•ntinl and will not \){' tran1:>krrt•d or sold to any other organization or group, or included on any mailing list, he said Winnen. of tht· Pride Awards will be announct'Cl at the banquet, which will be held June 16 at the Astra Vil· laj(e Hotel ballroom. The event will kick off Houston·~ observance of Le~hian Gay Pride Week 1990. Our classifieds ore growing. To advertise your service. goroge sole. house for rent. or just about anything. coll 529-8490. The Montrose Voice We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice J The Montrose Voice HOUSTON 'EXA IS::Out 4l FRIDAY FEBRUAHY :Kl Published Fridays JLAG*'• Qf C!:ommuuill! J.lubliel!ing Q.:omfHlllU 408 Avondale Houston. 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"An eye for an t•ye, n tooth for n tooth!" At a Citv Hall news confen•nte, Zappalorti and City Council Prel'li dt•nt Andrt'w Stein called on the t1lote Senate to pass the "hnt.e C'rime11' bill that would double Jlt.>noltit'tl for hia~..related violence. Th(' dt"ath penalty recently was approved by the tttate Senate end fo<'t"8 u guhnnatorial vt'lo. St.t•1n 11aid Zappalorti, 44 , was a Vwtnam \"ett.>ran. a good citizen, a dt'<·ent man who nppears to have hei·n murdt·red Himply becauRe uf his ll£'xuul orwntlltlon. This kind ol <·rime iM intult•rnblt• " Wt• huvt· no mon• tt·llinu: n·mmn thon tht• hrutul und ilt'nHdt·11s mur· dt•r or .Jumt·s Zappalorti to tt·ll UM that we ne('(l lo pnsa tht· hitt"·rt'lut ed <·rimf'tl hill in Alhnny;'·Stt'in said Zappulortl was kmf('(J to d1·ath Jan. 22 hy tY.o men cm n h1•ut·h nt'or h1:o1 honw 111 th1· ( 'harluton lit'<'tion l'o!U;I' amd tht·~ orrelitt'<I ont• man in tht• t·oae .md wt•rt· huntini.c tor u 8t'C'Ond. hoth of whom han• rN·ord:1 <11 gny·hat'!h '"~ StC'in said the"hna·<·rimi·s· hill hns possed th£• Ai:-semhly hut huH h<'<'n tied up in the Hllltl' St·nutt• Stnte &on. John Mnrthi ofStttt t•n IHlnnd has opposed to tht• mt•n&· ure. Support for the "hate cnmf.'11" hill rt-solution ol~o waM voic.·rd hy npret1<"ntatives of tht• ('oalit1on for Lesbian and Guy Hights, thf' !\""t·..., York City Gay ond Leshum Anti·\'inl('nce Project, tht• AIDS Coalition to l'nleash Powt·r ond tht' Hetrick-Martin lnatitut<'", whic:h toervei1 le!ilnan and KRY youth. : BEEPER SALE. MO ! • • ! CREDIT NECESSARY. ! ,. * ' ,,.. Wide Area Coverage. Call Today for ,*. . !,. ~~s. !,. ~OIPl·'IMB~I l• l [ ... age e., inc. ... *,. I * ~ *************************** 6 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 991 Glassell's 'Masterworks': Photography is focus for Feb. Montro11c Art by L ISETTA LAVY 7'heMontru!1l' \/oit'f' An excellent collection of :ltlth C<'ntury photography ih on exhib· it al theGlaHl!t•llSchool of Art T1 tled .. Photographic Ma&terworkff: HK·t·nt Acquisi· tiona from thE' Mut;eum of Fin(' Art11, Houi;icin,'' th1· show con· toins 70 photographic from thl' mu1wum'11 t·Xlt'nHive photoKr& phy t·olh•ttion. All of these photo· grnph11 Wl'rt' cwc1uired by the mu seum during tlw ~O'n and many ol thl'm hav1• nt·n·r b('l.'n exhibit<'<'.! 'l'he exhibit was curated by Jo net Landey, t•xhibitions director at tht> Glauell School of Art. the Mu1:wum of Fine Artis. Houttton, and indudt'll maJor ~tyles of:lOth century photography including still·hfoa, portraits, 1:><·rial photoK raphy, sct•m·1' from daily life, fiK· ure photoKr:lphy and experimt·n· tal works. Many of the photos art• by w('ll known photographers in· cludinK Diane Arbus, Walker Ev· a;ns. Andre Kertesz, Maholy· NaKy, Man Ray, Robt>rt Mapplethorpe and MarKaret liourk1~ White, among others Among the more experimentul photographs are works by Andy Warhol and Christian Boltanski Warhol'ti work ... L'ntitled <&ix to­roatote and a fork>:' oonsibls of a t;1•ri('g of t1ewn together photo­graphs and was completed JU8t be· fore his death. Boltanski's "Munu· mcnts (La F('te du Pourim)" iy r(lade up of 21 elements, eaeh c:on· sisting of a black and white clo:;<' up photograph of a face, seven electric lighU;, electrical wires and a metal bisc:uit box. Boltanski"s p1tt·t· h1 the museum's most ren·nt ll.<'QUhHtmn. It i" imposi;ible to mention all thl' fine photoj.,'Taphs and impor tent photographen; in thl' show, but tho8E'thatcaught thisvil'wer·s attention are the formally beauti· ful photo by Bourke-White titlt•d "Otii; StC'el Mill Company, Cl<'vt'­land, Ohio:' and the photo a .1u;em· bly by Ray K. Metzger, "Spruce Str('t•l Boogie;· in which 11mall photos of a city street are com· hined l"IO the fihadowt1 and railings form a patt('rn. Two photos that t"xemplify the subtle communic'a· .......... "'"'_' tion made posi,;iblt· m hlark nnd whitl' photography by tihiltinK th1• ('Umera·-. per:;~<:tiv~ nrt• \\alk«r Evans' portrait of James Agre, in whkh the subJt'('l looks ahghtly downward rather than dirt'<'lly in· to the camera. and H:alph Skiner'11 "Lt_'(• Strasbourg and MornH Carnovsky;' shot from uhovt• UH the fil(ures sit at a tablP trnrround ed by chairs. Also worth noting is a fine example of Mapplt•thorpe'H liikill in photographing tht· still lift titled "Watermelon and Knift•" The exhibition is on \"lt•w at. th1.• Glwu;ell School of Art, 'JIOl Wallrt'r f:t·an.s ·bth At.'f'nU•' at ./2nd ~trttl Sf'U fork Cit), 1929. 11nta1tr Joli·latin •dt·f"r photoRraph from Plioto­Jlraph1C' Mastrru orh 'exh1b1t at (ilaatwll ,..,chool 4 Art; rourte:.y o/ lhr Muan~m of Fin~ Art.a, Houston FV1'UFJ.."."'i1 Frum 'Japan. Thri·1· l 0011h'm~Jrar)· Photographat;," F()'f()Ff:S1' '90. Michiku Kon, phutu11raph1·r J\.1ontro,..;t.' (across from the MFA and n1.>ar the aculpture KOrden), until March 4. Houni at"f"9:00a.m to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9:lXI a m to 5:00 p.m. -Friday through Sun­day. "FOTOI"EST '90, the Internation­al Month of Photography in Ho us· ton:· opens Saturday, Feb. 10 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. This year·a event IM the third incarnation of the festival whiC'h takes place every two yean- The month lonK frstival, ihe largest and broadei;t in BCOPE' o( the major photo foi;tivala in the world. features over 100 photo(Cra· phy l'xhibits and intl•rnationnl, national and local photogra· phers. The George H. Brown Con \'l•ntion Center is the Hill' for :al in· krnational exhibiU., whilf' others cnn be-found in Houston's musl" urns, galleriet: and art lipaces, in· eluding many m MontrOl't!' and tht.> surroundini;:: art'8M. The 2b exhihit.t. at the con\"t'n· lion center are houst'<I in a futuri1>­tk l'xhibition ~pace dt•111gnt"Ct 11pe­c11ically for FOTOFEST 00. Thf' ft.-stivu.l i$ thto fint U .S . \"l.'nut• for manv of thcsl• l·xhihil-tl, liuth l\K thos~ from tht' Sovit'l Union, (.'zt'<.'ho;;lovakia. Hulu-aria and Ja pun. Other countrit'9 Htnding ex hibits include FranCP, (it>nnany', Gn·ut Britain. ltaly. Spain. l>t·n· mark and India. The United Stnt1.--s is repre,.,ented by both ron· temporary and historic t'Xhibi· tlOns. Them<'$ include IMX'ial com· ml'ntary. hi~toric documt•ntation and exploration of how ('ontempo· rary artists use the photoKJ"aphic medium. AdmiSli'ion tothf'connn· lion cent.er i!< 5-;J.(XI. Located m front ol GeorKt• H Brown Connntion t\·ntf'r is an !\00 foot long "FOTOFE!\CE" which will di!iplny the work of nn· yone who has captured in a photo, graph some nspect of lifo in Hous· ton_ On Sunday, f.'t·b. I~. from 10:00 a.m. until dark. J.~OTOFEST volunteers will bt·({in re<:eh·ing photos from the public for display on the FOTOFE!\CE. AlllO on dis· play on the fentl are portraitb made by the Profeasional Photog· raphers Guild of Houston and pho­tos entered in thl' Houston Live­stock Show and H:odt'<l Photogra· phy Contest. Somt• ol tht• photoN displayed will lw Ml'lt'<·h-d for "That's Life: A Time Cnp1rnlt·:· which will be giwn to the 1 louMtOn Metropolitan Archivt.'8. Jn addition to the ('xhibit~. FOTOFE~l'. founded by Houi;ton photographer:; Frt-d Baldwin and Wendy Watris,.,, indudt'S a pub- 1 is her· s conference. the Jo'OTOBOOK Fair and the M("l't· ing Place. wht•n• 200 oft ht· world's mo:<t C'rt·atin· J1lwtogr11phnll v.-ill ml'(•l with and rcvww tht• portfoli· os of pro{~ionu\ und m1ovlrlnK photographer~. Attt·ndum·t• at FOTOFEST '&\ totalt'(I ;J~!,.ono and thi~ year orgonizt•rs nn· t'X prt·ting an even gnaltr turnout. The exhibit at tht- GeorK~ R Brown Connntion Ct·ntt·r v. ill cuntinue through Mun·h 10. Most related gallery exhibits wlil be open for approximatt'ly the ti.ame date- Suspects indicted in N.V. killing Rll\GllAMTOf\ . !\ \" 1APt-"l"-o Indiana mt·n tiUMf>t't"lt'<l ul killmg thn-e pt'<ll>lt> Ill M111tt1i..,.11>11i WNt· to ht_. arruit(llt'<I Fl'li. [1 nn nmrd1·r charges in nmnl'('llon with 1h1• lk cemht·r death of u Brot>mt• ('uunty. l\ Y.,retin'"l· heith Goodman, .10. and Jun Mead. :Cl. both ol Antlcriwn. In v.ert' schedult'<I tu hf. MTaignt.J in Broi;•ml' County Court on charli(tao of liffond-deacr1-e murd1·r. bunclary irnd twocount11ofrobbt·ry 111 tht'dt>othol retirt-d uphuh1tt·n-r ll11ruld W1llium1' tiO, of Wind80r. Mead also i;; t·hurgt-d with murder comm1tted whilt• in tht· at"t ol anoth· er felony, t1aid lfo1tri(·t Altorn1·y Gt·r aid f\follen Williami;' hody wu11 found 11hnt four tim~ und 11tablwd ofHT in hi~ homeDrt· 21. l~}K~I Stntt•polic·t•stlid the\· bdien· \\ 11lmm11 v. h killed the~e l>rt' 17. A •mull omount of cash was fltoJt>n lrom W1lha111!1 home. polict· 11aid Mead·" wrllriend. 'l'rai.:;. Holland. :ti. of Anderson. Ind, v.a11 eharged with JX"'M("tU;Wn of a enr 1tul("n from Indiana, Molkn llUld llolland has not bl.·1.·n <:hnr1't·d in \\'illiilm1i d1•ath. he said Holland al:.o waM to ht• arroignt-d Feb.5. All thrtt• Wt-rt' bt•ing ht·ld in Broome Count\ Jail without b11il Authorities .m ~1iduu1ipp1 and California haveaaid .111 luur ,·ictims were homoecxunls who had heen pen paJ., v. 1th Goodman, an f'X·Con· ,·kt relt'alled fn•m an Indiana stall' pri!ion early- la11t y·l"nr .. \1uunasipp1 police ~aid Ooodman t•urn-i;pundt-d with :lU to :l.'"1 mt·n wh1lt· awnmg 0 years for hurglary and •t»•ual .ii1· 1:1ault on an ~l·y(•llr·old woman l\ew York oflkmls would not toay if they bt>lil"vt-d Willium11 v.a ... hm~o· ;;(•xual .. I have no t•ommt•nt Ont· way or the other on thot. Mollt·n said Through cunLal"la with other pen pals of Goodman m ht·ntu•ky, Okla· homa and Pt'nnsyh·ania. 1nn'6tlga­tors traced Goodman and \tt'tld to San Clt'mt'ntt· <. 'ulif where t.ht-.1o were arr('t<lt-d Jan l:l amd mH~h· gator John Hov.-nan of .\t!w \ rk Sta1t· l"olu:~ Tht•y Wt•r •f''"'lf io Br<H,m(' County .Jan.~ Goodman h1u\ \ll't'n cunt'tlJ1ond ing with Ont"' JIN"on 111 l'1·nn'4~·l111.1ni a who went to ( 'alifornm. nnd th11f 8 how we found tht·m lht•r1·:· Hov.man 11aid. Jn Itawumba ( 'ounty, ~t1ss., Goodman and Mt ad are charl(l'd with lhrt"t· counta of t'Bp1Ut.I murd•T, thrtt couni.. of robbt-r} and ont> count of ar110n. Tl:ley could get tht· death penahv f l'om·1ctt'(f of the killing:-.. · Scientists say AIDS only sometimes impairs mental performance Rooney alleges an organized campaign against him LOS ANGto:u·:S <AP>--Scitn tiMU. have found that AIDS im pairM mental perfonnance only in peoplt· who also dii-;pJay oth t·r symptomH, ~uggeMing thol't' who an· inft"-·ted but otht·rwitil' healthy cun hold jobs in,·oh­inl( public ~aft•ty The resean·h ii-; significant ht":aui.e it indkatt·!I that kiil· .. ing pt•nplt•for AIDS virus inf('('· tion can't prt-dict whether the virus nlre1.1dy has damagt'CI th<'ir mental abilities. said Dr. Burham Visscher. a co·author of tht• study and an epidemiolo1:ist at the Cniven11· ty uf California, Los Ang('Jeg The rl'fl.ults, relt'a!it-d Thur11- day, 1''t•b. rl, v.{'rt" publu-ht"Ct m two artidE'f; in Fl'bruary'sil'l!Ut' ol the Journal l\t>urology, The findinl(M art• part of o largt·r study of AIDS conducted by n· searchers at UCLA, JohnM Hopkins University in Hulti· more, Northwestern Universi ty inChica1eoand the UniverM1· ty of Pit~burgh Peoplt' who are inft"('lt-<l by thf' AJl):-i virua-namOO llJ\ for human immunodeficiency viru1o1-normally take 8f'Vt>ral yean befort' thty de\'t'lnp Mymptom11 and are diagnosed 8K havmg al·quirt-d immunt'dt"­lkicncy syndrome Thf' new titudy involved lflHO homoMexuol and bisexual m1•n who Wt'rt' tl'sted from 19~G through I ~)88 for sp("('(! of mo· tor tiki!IH, attt•ntion and con· n•ntruticm, mt·mory, munuul d1·xtt·rity nnd languag1· tikills. Thf• mt·n werf' di,-idt'd into lour K"f'OUps. 769 men who w1•rt·n 't inf<'Cted. 620 who Wl'rt• inft·dt'<i but had no ... ymptom11, 107 who ht.'(·1.1me inft'1:ted dur· ing tht· c·ourst• of the !>itudy hut h\t·kt'<I t1ymptoms, and 1:4·1 diag· noM•d with AIDS symptoms. Tht· mm with AID~ Wt'rt' most likely to fail th<' varit>UM tt>sbl. induding those that mt•ai;un-d manual dt·xterity and rnp1d problem s<>lvintc rt .. quirinK a 11hysical ret11xm11e. But tht• n,.ean·hers found no diltt•wnce betwet·n lht• mt·n who wt•rt•n ·1 inft'<:ted and thoM· who wt·rt• infe<"ted but hndn 't dt•vt-lopNI AIDS !<)'mpton111. Mony AIDS patit·nti- KUfft•r demt'ntin. or a Josi; of inh·lh.'<" tunl Mkill. and other 11igns ol 1wrvcm8 tiy~tem impmm11·nt during the final stag~ of tht• diHf'lllW', hut thl'rt' wuH little pre· viuua <·vidt·m-e on wh1·n MUl·h t·htrnA:t'B i'tartt-d. l'his 18 the fil'llt time we havt> bt1·n able to document t·ontmuinK nonnal cognitive cnwntul I funt·tion over a long IJl•riod with a very laqi:e group of lllV-inlt'<'lt-d subj('(t8;· t1aid Dr. Eric' Miller, dirt·ctor of the study ut l!CLA. !\J.:w YOHK {APf-Andy H1 •nt·y, tht· humorist su;;pt"ndt-d from CHS l\t>V.-8, says his trouble11 came nbout lw<-ause ""gays decided to charge me with ransm. Hoom·y said in a rolumn d1stnh­utt- d Friday, 1'\·h. ~I. thalhe.,., as un· <'t•rtam about damaJ:t' dont· to him by ra<·inl commenh1 <tl'~hutM to him in a gay magut.int· Hoom•y was intt"n·u·wt•d by ('hrih Bull. areportt·rwith Tht·Ad \-'tH:att•, a biwt't"kl;.-- muguzint• ha~ed in Los Alll(l'h s. lie was quoted as saymg that "mOllt pt'O" pie un• horn with t'Qual mtt'lh· at•nt·c. hut bla<·k11 hu\ e wutered down thetr ftt'Ot'8 be1•uu11e I.he lf'il11 inll'lligt·nt unt-s art' the ones that hau• tlw most <:hildn n. I'ht>y dro11 out of achoo! early du d1ug11 and •·1 nolonlydt•ny tht·11uo1t• uttrih utt-<I to me. I say th1•quotnt1on wnM made up by a young rt·portN who c·ouldn 't take nott'8." Hoont'y w roll• in hi1>1 column Hull, tht• rl'portn, s:ud th it his quotations of Rooney. takt•n down during a phone intenit·w three weeks ago, werp accurate II(' did not tape the intervwv. Hvoney told ~l'\\ York!\t•w!idny m P tt>lepbC1nt> inh'n-'il'v. that ht> 11a1d sumethinl(''that is nol a total· ly 11uf(' thingto11ay, hut it'snot rac 1st I ii.aid Tht> le~t fit art> prolif. f•rntmg; and I didn't My hlockK~' Hooney said ht• wnH n·frrring to how i.tudents in all poor diHtrit-LH drop out of school at o young agr to han childn·n. nc(·ording to !\t·v.sdny. lh· prl'\"iously got in hot watt·r with KtlY j.:"roups with a n·mark hto madt• in a l>t"(" 21'\ CBS t;pec.·ial, "A Yt ar With Andy Hoom·y: l~!Y Jn that !'how, h1• 1mid tlrnt. mnny ol thl• ills which kill us ure st·lf-induced,'' und tht·n tilt-d •·too much okohol. too mm·h food, ho, mo,.,t•xuul unions. dgurt'lteH." Pn·ssure tollowl•d fr(lm the i(ay <·ommunit..,· aftt·r tht• brnadca11t, and Hoom:y wrotl· a lt•th•r ol a polo· gy to the Adwcate in whi<·h heal· so spoke of how hewm morally re pulsed by homosexuulity, and, m ont.> passage, graphi(·ally de­scribed anal ~x betwt"t·n mt·n. I\etwork rwun"t'B told :\t·wS<lay it wa.s that pa~sagt· that got Hoon· t-y suspended In his column diNtributf-d Fri· day, Feb. 9, Roont·y wrolt'. ··1t is not dear yet to me wht·thn J have bet.·n destroyt•d or not. hut l know that a denial from unyont• dot·N not carry anywhert• nt«lr the tiume weight a" an nct·ustttion. Theac(·u· ~ation againHt mt• ntmt• from an angry gay orgnnizat1on which had decided that, while th(' mt·dm might be n•lot1vt'ly md1ff..rt""nt to tht• complaint or gays thut tht'y has bt:en wnmgt-d, iti11d1flit·ult for any news orto:am1.ation to "tund up against a ch11rt(t' of ra(·1i;m So, in their orgunizt-d t·um1>mgn ugnin!<l me-hundreds of h:ttt·rM wne ad dressed to "('HS !\'ntional Ncws"-gays d<•cidt·d to <·harg(' me with racii.m '";\ow they're nnl(ry bt'C'au11t• tlw race i~Ul' got me and the homo-sexual i!<.•ut' did not ·For all tht·hurt tom(' I um 1·n•n !<orrier for tht· hurt to gays, black!) and CHS !\t·ws. ~01w of tht·m need~ more tniublt·" Rcxmey plannt-d to t•untmue writinghistv.m.. . v.t'<·kl) toyndimt· ed. humor column. v. hich ht· said is distr1butt-d to uhout 21MI nt·wspa pen; Rotm(·y has wurkt'<I in Ill'"' II und entertainmt·nt ut CH•. . ., for ·HI y1•an-; and has lx't·n till' rt·sidt·nt humor ist at "60 Mmutt•11" 11inc·1· W71' Hoone\·. who enrll(>r w O!I ch·fend 00 bv f~tmt•r (.'HS nev.11 arwhur Walt~r Cronkih'. al au rt.'("t'l\ed t>UJI" port Friday, hh !I. from Fn>d \\ Friendly. a form(•T pn-s1d1·nt of CHS :\t·w~. Friendly. now chn"<"lj.r oftht· ( 'o­lumbia l'nivnt11h· St·nunura on M<.-'dia and Soc.·1dy:, 1mid m dt·lt•nd ing Hoom•y, "Sonw nf UH who haq· known And}· Honm·y for .)lJ yenrs-·lrl in my 1·a~1·-knov. that Andy is blunt in tnlkinu- tht· truth. If Andv Roonn smd ht· nt·nrsaid that. J .would helu·H· it' Caucus begins screening for March elections Tht• llouston Gay ond I .t sbrnn Pu· liti<·iil Cauc·us hns btQUn it11 sn(•t·ning of C'andidott·s lor th1· pri mory eledions tn ht,_. ht•ld 1wxt month. HGl.PC presidl'nt l>t'nnit1 Spt•nt·er annnunc£'d_ 'Thf' ori(um r.utitm 08 t.>ndorst•mt>nt m1•1 tmK v. ill ht:• ht>ld at 7:30 p.m. 1' eh 2 l ut the Allf'n Purk Inn, located ut2l;ll Al J('n Parkway dr1vt' ('andidtttt·s who hnvt· &Crt.'t.'nt-d for t'ndont .. mt·nt will he given an c1pportu111ty to adrlrf'S8 the mt'E'ting hl'fore tilt' prot·t>t.·dingff 'l'hp iMHuinK of t'rt'<lt•ntiuls to IH.'r 11cms qualified to volt' nt tht 1•n dnn-t'ment meeting will h1·gin nt 7:00 p.m. Spenter n1d. A C'a8h bar will he availabl<'. A HCr<·eninK committt·t• recom· mendation mt·t·ting will ht• ht•ld nt i:JO p.m. thi11 ~fonduy nt tht> CPU t'UH offices, 900 I .()\"t'lt. Tht mt·t·t· inf( is opt>n only to thooe mt·mht·ni involved as llC'reenen, SJ>t·nt-e"' Mltld. Tht• cauC'u8 Dt-monatic• C'om m1ttt·t· met to d1t1t·usa the t·ndorst•· mt·nt& ht•fore the group'M loMt gen· nal m(>(•ting on i't•h. 7. At that ml·t·ting, the cnucu8 nl110 vott•d to participate m u pr('('m<·t conven lion 8eminor intt•nded to explain the convention prcx:t.,& to tht• com munity Spencer pointed out that HGLPC haK screem'CI an unul'lual ly large numtwr of rnndidates in thii.; cycle, including candidates for judge, juatico of tht• sa·nt(\ Pre­cinct Judge (E>1:ecutivl' Committee Mt'mbeno, county party chair nnd county elec:-ted uff1dal candidatMI 88 well 88 govl"rntir. llt'uh•nnnt governor, titate treaRurn. rnilroud commissioner and Htatt• Suprc·me Court candidateH At the Feb. 7 m{'t'ling, Hpt·ncer announced hiB caut·uM l'<>mmittee appointmt·nt11 for I ~~Kl. Tht·y are: Pat Gandy, politic·ul ottion ehair; George Coe, 11net·ning end <·n· dorsem('nta; Ed Bnrnt"H. \"Ol('r rt·R· istration: Bill Whitt•. elt"("tion da;. activities; M1rhat·l Pitmon, parlia· mentarian; Joe Thornton, policl' adviaor:i; committ~·. !'iormon Guttma~ and 1.n.rry 1.Jni(le ro­chai~. finan('(' and rund r111aing; Cicely \Vynnt', l.e10hian Gay Righi.It 1.ohhy~ J1wk \'alin11ki. ml'mbershipdrnir; llnrry Livf'8ny. monthly nC'wtih•ttn nnd Bill Willis, "Star Night '!Kl" 0.t•Mhian Gay Pride Wt't•k poMt parndt• event). FRtoAV. FEBRUARY 16. 1990 I MONTROSE VOICE 7 Montrose Classifieds To ad\lertise. call Montrose Classifieds Attorrey & Attorney & Atlorrey & Attorney & Lega 2115 Legal 2115 Lega 2115 Legal 2115 529-8490 TOPIC INDEX Monday through fnday. 9am to 6pm. • Injuries RATE 4()Cper ... 11dp.1v.• ~IO, A118c l'i le S3pet !'le 3to4 WOfdilper "'!I!!) Advertise! 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Hra· zil and Tttnz lniu n L'ordt•d about lf>OO each. and Italy rt>pont'd 64·1 new C"atieis . In Europe, total rep1.1nt-d <'<lt<l'li rol'ie. to ~.7:l7 b:Y tht• end of Junu ary. A sp('('ial World Health Orua111 zation survey of thf' t·onlint·nt fo und a sharp rise in ocquin·d im mune deficiency syndromeamonu intravenous drug u1:<cn1 in tht· yt•nr ending last September. Ht·ported cases in that group gnw by HM percent, comparC"d to a ;;..i; pt•n·l'nt rise among homost<xual and biKex ual men. The report did not i;pt'("lfy tht· t·ountrit'I wh(•rf' tht- inC'rf'a"'t·s oc t·urn-d But ii nokd that AIDS spread t·i>pt'(·iolly rapidly oH•r the Ont'· yl·ar period in Spam and Italy, when• about two-thirds of nil re-­portt• d victimai; are intrnvenoui.. druw- Ut•l'r8. Atcording to the survey, the big· j(l'Ml numbt'r of C"aMt'ij per week Wt'rt' rt't·ordt'<I in Jo"ronce, followt'd b}' Spam and I tab Dei>pite tht• MhiftinK trends, gay nwn and hilit·xuals Mtill account for ·i9 verC't'nt of all Europ<'an cas t·11 n·1"1rted ovf'r the yean; until St'pt. II tht'World lit·lllthOra-om zation t1aid. Drug Ul't·rt1 Wt-rt> Jo percent of tht' total. Switzt<rland continlll"<l to n·1k1rt the contim•nt a hiKhet1t number of caM·s pt•r capita. l5h.f> pt>r million inhabitants. Fram·t•. 8puin und Denmark W('re nut hurdl•t1t-hit. r:uropt•un women who l'Ontrurt· ed AIDS wt·n· younul•r than mt·n, tht• isurvey amid. Tlw j)('rcc1ltuj(t' of European ht·Wrot1t•xunls. hoth men and women, with the dil'it'USl' hais grown from h.tl pt"rC<·nt Ill I ~ll'ifl to~-~ l>t'rcent iul'it yur. th(' htalth agl'ncy .;aid Students demand condom dispensers on campus Hy 1101.l)E~ l.t:\\ IS J.t'HH<>('K 1AP>-Tt·XOIJ Tl"C:h IStU· :lerits paurd uut petit1uns and frt>t: l'ondoms Fnd1ly. hh. 2. at a rally "h<'rt' condom-dii;.pt·nl'iing ma· t·hmc11 w.-rt• dt·mundt-d Tht• studt·nH1 Paid they want Tt-"l·h·"" n•lo(enl8 to com1ider placing t·ondom d1l'ipt·nM·nt in residence hulls and tht· llniverioity C<·nter. lh'"pitt• r(.'(!Ut'Hhl by student groups, rt'){l'llls hove not tnken up the ist-1ut·. Cindy Pandolfo, news editor of Tht· Unin•r:;ity Dnily and one of tht• rully'1-1 ori{ani:ters, said she hopt•s lf>,000ofthe,.chool's 22.000 studl'ntl'i sign pt·titions citing tht> spread of AJDS as a reSSQn to place condom dii;ptnl'ien>on camp- The t1igned petitiont1 will be l'Ub­milled lO univen;ity admmif.tra ton1 in a few weeks. sht· srud Uniwl'tiity spokespen:>on Mar· garet Simon said Pr~id('nt Hobert Lawlei;s has talked with ktud('ntA about the i~ue and believes that few dormitory residenl.8 ha\-'l' t•x· pn.·s1Sed a desire fur the machine~ The univeri;ity plans to plate a "condom barrel" in the 1SChool'11 health center, where students can grab handfuls of free condoms if they want. as well as booklets about AIDS, Ms. Simon said. The school is awaiting deliver}' of the hrochun . 11ht' said CondomM ore for t1ale at the con· venit·nC'\· t1tore in the Umnr:-ity Ct>ntt•r, t1ht• said Prt<viouMly, adminii,;trotors have 11aid they worry that placing <·on· dum vt•nding machmeson campus would alit·nate a lumni and do­nort1. "Tht·rt•s a lwoy8 lx--en this t·on­t ·t'rn thnt Te<:h haM a reputation as a party Mchool. and this would J)('r· pt·tuak it:' Ms. Pandolfo said. 'It wnn·t:· Instead, she said, allowing con dom dit1JX•nsers to be located on tampus would ~wnd the mesi;ogt• that tht• univerrlity care:; about tht• hl'alth of ik. --- its. Krista ;\Id· ernn, a Junior from Houston, aa1d the issue 111 a matt.t-r of ··choice with μrn•1H'Y-' ··1 think a lot ohtudl'ntto would be inhibitt-d to go to a 1-ton• and buv tht·moffthesht>lnog;'t;ht•11md. ·1i vou rould buy thtm m tht• dor~t-1 . you woulci huvt• mun· pn· \'acy'. ~h- Pandolfo said at lt·ast two dormitoriC's an· so far from l'itOrt'8 i;(•lling condoms that somt• 11tu dents would be templt'<I tu take their chanct·~. The atli\·iliitt- piled pf.>titionM and free condom!- of many dilft.n·nl colon; on a card tahlt' in front ot the Uni\'(•r:-;it)' Ct·nter. Candidate says he didn't know epithet was offensive A!\AIH. M. t :1hf. APJ-A~st·m· blyman (;iJ 1'er1(USon, who called a 1i1:roup ut gay protft'tenl "fag· KOlB. stud hf' did not rt'alizt' the term was olltnK1\·t' but will not apologize •· 1 didn't e\l n know thot faK&Ol Wlll5 a derogatory krm that's whu.t l"H alway• heard them t·alh-d. I know that pe(Jp)c don ·t (811 tiu·m qut.-.:rs uny more:· the 11tntt• s~..nalt• ('!llldidnte said ~atur­da) ·, l-eh. :1. ") won·t cnll tht•m l{ay, thoui{h I don't think thf're·s any­thin)( M'll)' about it It's dt·prt·88- m)(. Ft•r)t:U!M)I\, H.-!\;t•wport Bt·t1t•h, wu~ pi(·kt-tt'<I by u iCllY rightH group earlier in the day during a cam· paign appearance in this Orungl· County community I don 'tcere about tht·m:' Fergu Mn had told reportt<n;_ "Tm a re· tired Marine. A couple of faggol.8 out there aren't going to scare me·• Fergu~n was running in a t;p& cial election Tuet.oday, Feb. 6. in the hem:ily Republican 31Mt litateSm· ate District, which is split bet wt-en Los Angeles and Orangecounl1l"8. The seat opened when &on. Wil· ham Campb<>ll. H·HtH·i(·ndu Heigh11->, rt'fligned in Da·f·mh<-r lo al't·ept tht' pretoidenc~· of th¥ Coli fornia Manutact.urnis A aoc·in· tion. Fe:gu 10n Wl\8 pi<:kt<ted during an apf>('aran<.·e at tht• Power Com· munity Church with the Re\· Lou· is B. Sheldon, who 8trongly backed anti-gay measur~ on &ev era! city ballot.8 lat>t !\onmbei: Later. Fergul"on ~aid he meant no harm but would not •·back down" from the commE"nt. .. I han learned since this mom· inK that they have style manuals aOOut t·tiquNtt· and what you're 11uppoti,l-d to cull J><"Ople;• Ft·rgu .. on suid. ·-1 could haH• callt'd lh(·m aodomih •a." Honw of \-\·rKUMm'" twvt-n u1>po· m•nUI uttuck('CI his n·murks. fhat s awful: llt·m• nu, Jnn· ice Graham snid with a ji(W'p. .. I might think KUY& Ufl' \HOili(, but to try to publicly demt'i.lR tht.·m b}' ui-imc ·words like fai;:gob or quf't'rs. I thmk Mr. 1-'ut{UiJon ~hould ha\'(' stoppt'CI and thouJ(ht about that;· said Diamond Har Cit· y Councilman Gary Millet a Ht'­puhlican. During lal'it yt.'ar's Rt·puhlit·nn stat(• conventmn, Ft·rM:U!JOll wrok a re,.,olution t·nllinf( on thl' )lilrty to bnn duhs bust-cl on 1«•xual oru·ntll lion. It wall rt•Jt't•!4'tf h.\ 11!11le lfr puhlic-an lt·aderl'. mcludin~ l! S ~en. Pt•t.\' \\i.h11m and (~w.· _ (~•llf\il.\' lkukml"jian Counseling Center presents class on HIV and nutrition Rights opponents expected to get signatures The Montro,.e Cou linK ('t·ntt• in COopt_·ration with tht• Pt·ople With AIDS Coalition Houi>ton and the Houston Ht·alth Dt·11art­ment, preliE"ntt-d tht first daaa in work:-;hop i-;erit'8 on Ill\' and nu· trition on WednNdoy. Ft'b. 7. Tht• worhhop. led by a hcen&ed dit·ti· tian from the health depanment, was held at thf' Coalition'• com munity room in tht• Mt'tropolitan Multi.St'rvkt· Ct·nh•r. Tht• prol{ram 1s dt>11igned to prei;ent information on hi.I.Hit· nu tritional net.JH and thcuniqut-dif'­tary problE"mll of. person11 with HlV. In addition to tht• dist·uiuoion on topics induding idt•nt11i.c:ation of "good" ond "bud" fo()(h1, eoun· teracting nutrition nnd tni>te problemH rt•sultini.c from mt•dicn tion and planninK lwalthy nwuls on a low bud)(t•t, tht• prt'Mt·ntt·rai prepure samph·H of food that on• healthy for p('oph· with Il l\" for the participant"' Tht> firMt dOMi fo. cut1t.'<l on wt·ight rt'tt'ntiun. food tiUpplemt·ntation for nutrit10n und makinJ< ht•althy f1"Kls t11i>tt· \wth'l: The next cln118 will be hl'ld on Wednt.'8day, Man·h 7 1-'or more in· formation on the prol(l'u.m, contact the Montrose Coun~wlinK ( 't•ntf,• .. at .~29.()(>;J7. -Convention seminar A rommumty widt• in!ltrut·tiunol tiemmar on ronvt·ntion part1npa· tion ii; M(_'ht-dult·d fc1r ~1arch 6 at tht• Metropolitnn Multi-SEnict> l'en· ter, I H5 Wt•Ml Grny. Thf' aeminnr, which Mtart" ut 7:0Up.m. will CO\'l'r varioui1 politi1:nl pnrty rult'8 n .. garding tht' tonnntion dt•l(_•Kah• t.'lelection prot·t·sa, how to portid· pate and how to oruunit(' a pre­cinct rnnvt•ntion. Knowlt·dgt•ahl(' individuals from s<•wrol lot·al nnd state organizntionM will g1vt• tihort presentations and n "mock'' con· vention will ht• ronduc-tt·d Persons interestt-d in be«nmina- IJ1d1tianli frum th1· llou.~ton H1·alth D1·11artmr1tt l1·ad thf' tl'orkshop s1·ri('s Jiii: and Sutrition," 1;pon.~urt'fi h.'t' th1 .\fm1trmw ('ouni<din1'( Cl·ntu and PWA Coalitw11 u dt:'legate tu the senatorial or sll1te party conv('ntiom; art· uq.ccd to atlt'nd thiM meeting. Admis..,ion i11 open to nnyone interel'lkd in tht• information to he rovt'red. Tht·rt· iii no chargt:' for the st'minnrs. (~u('t;tions pertaining to how to prt."Sl'nt r<'8olutions, how to ht.· t'lt't'h•d a delegat~ and how to nl't· work within tht' delf'gation will 8.1· BO hf:' ('O\'ert'<f. For additional mformation. call llt·nnil'i Spt'ncer at 741-7401. Addi t1onal contact.a will bl' announn-d later. -MCC ment video equip-llwaynl' Wt>lls. former board prelli dt·nt ol the Montros(• l'ount-1('linl( t't•nlt.•r, rt'<·t·ntly donated a vidt•o C<lmt'ra l'iystem in memor)' uf hoard mt·mbt·r Michnel Bourland M1('hll('I di('d at his home on Jan.:.:! atfrr a long battle with AIDS. Tht• video equipment will be uKed to tape educational seminars and in twrvit·l' work!-!hops. It iR also the donor·a wi1o1h that tht• f'<IUipment be available lreeof <'hargl' at the center. by appoint-mt ·nt, for 1woplt• with AIDS who would likt• to t111w 1.t Jll'n1onul mes· 1u1J<t•. Th1·st• 1woplt• nt-'('d only bring th1·ir own tnpt•- board members said ''Thi• C't'nll•r 1trN1tly upprN·iat('S this donation. acinc(' it ill thf' only wuy thiM type of ('(juipment can be obtnim>d;' noted Ann Hob1son. ex 1-cutin• clirt't·t<1r of the t.'t'nter Thl' counal'linl( center nf't-ds two othn lllrgl' "it<·ms, a copy mnchine and a phon('f.y1U>m with acapeci t\ of 20 1tut10n11. to offl'f' the best r:t•r\ it-e pou1ble, Hobi11on said -Library events • ..<K'Ul 11culptor Diana PaMchall Wt-ek11 \\Ill i(l\'l' ti,1,0 one hour lf'c­turrs ut tht• Montrost• Library on tht• topic of 11rt1t-1lit- conc·t·ptualit.a· tion throuKh t-1<·ulpture. Sh(' will al so dt·munt-1tratt· 1tf•vnul of ht•r t('('h· niqut'!I, UMinJ< wax and a plastic cluy·lih medium for two-dinwn· Mionnl n•lit.f ti<·ulpture Ont· h·l·turt• will h(' ht·ld at noon on TuN~duy, Ft1h. '1.7 and thl' other nt 7:00 p.m. on Thursday,Morch8. Both will he in tht• library's meet ing room nncl art• frt•t· to the public. Bronze pieces from Weeks' ·cir­ca Seventies:' a seri~ on ro­mance. STe currently on di" play at the Montrose Library celebrating the St. Valentine t;t'a.;on. W~·kA, also a playwright and lyric-1At, re­cently opened a studio near down· town Houston, where ~h(' will be teaching sculpture. Also at the Montrose Library, Houstonian Anita Richmond Bunkley, author of .. Emily. The Yellow Rose:· will partkipale in a Black History Month Progru.m on Thur8day, Feb. 22. hl11:inni05( ut 7:00 p_m_ This program will be fol lowed by a reception and hook signing at The Campanile Book store, next door to the library Bunkley's novel is a fictional· ized inter pretat ion of the 11tory of the legendary "Yellow R<»;t'ofTt·x as." For information, cull Hoi<a Sims of the Montro!le Library, 5:l0· 5487 The library is located nt 4100 Montrose. -AFH workshops This week. the AIDS Foundation Houston Wellnei,;s Program focua­es on various aspecta of health maintenance to teach people how to maximize their potential for good health. ClaAsC'9 ofttt ba.e.ic information in arl'M such as nu trition, exerciAe, self.love and rel a tionships, HIV risk rf'duchon (88.f. er sex) and stre,..A manaa-tm(·nt AFH will offer two da&<l'8 dur ing the week exploring some tech niques m stress management, ll key component to health that i11 ('S· pecially important when dealing with HIV illnet;8. On Monday, Feb. 19, registered mwsag<· lhl'rt\ pist Alan Davidson will explore some of the basic concepb1 of maH sage therapy, discussing various methods. Davidimn will ab.o d('m onstrate some of the l f'<'hmqut'8 of Swt•dish mafl:·age that c•1n ht'lp to reduct' t1trC'!'4~ and tem1ion and pro· mote twlf.heuling On Tuet>day. Feb. 20, Satya Khal11a. an instructor with YoKa fur l.iff'. will be teaching herregu· tar YOK&daas at AFH. UflU811y ('\'('-­rv third Tuesday of the month Tht­y. oga clBM hel)llt bring people in touC"h with their bodi<'8 and mind~ to encourage Ii tress ·reduction through dttp breathinK. mt.'dita· tion and exerdse. B1t E\'E EPSTEIS Both pr('f4('ntations will beat the - 11.._.;. v1.. Al'H office, a9:!7 ES!!ex Lane oll BO~TO!\ 1APt-A aroup tr~wa- to W~Je~an, starting at 7:00 p.m. r!!:~1x~:1:t~~l' :n~h;r ~~~ ~:=~~ Part1c1panl.8 are . aRked to wear tures nt><:l~sary to put tht·qut-Alion comfortable dothmgto theevt>nl8. on the ballot-whi<'h meunH tht· u1· There 18 no fee, although reserva· t;Uf.' will tht•n i.co to tht·stntt•K hiKh· tionli nre encourag(•d for attend est court. ann>. For more information, con "It lookH Vt.'ry, vtry good riuht tuct Burt Lot-st•r at 62:!·6796 now:· said l\am·y Sutton, of {'iti· zens for Family First. Ujlroupthut -AIDS meals launched tht• toiKnature drin. ChriMlian Community S('rvice If Citizens for Family 1"irHt nil· Center tCl'SC~. _a coalition of ~H :u~t=t 1!.~~~t ~:~!."1~nh~~t~:~· !~:~ <·hur(·h<"ll prov1dmg socml mmlM- measun· <'an KO on tht• bu.lint. At· tnet m SouthWl'fit ll ouilton, has tornt•v Gt·neral Jame11 Shnnnon r('("t'lVtd a grnnt of S21.it)(I for has ~:aid tht.• repenl iM uncunahtu meal11 for AIDS patients. The tional. tcrant iA from th(• Foundation for The gay n~hl.8 Inv.. J>8Nl'll last Interfaith Hesf'arch and Ministry yt'ar. buns discnminatteon ai{oinst 1FIRMJ. which h88 i>ubcontracted gay men and !eMh1ans m housing, with CCSC to provide the mt'al:. Jobs and credit mntt(ft FIRM n'(·eived il.8 money from the Arlim· l~u.ncaon, of thf' \foSBa· Texa• l>epartmenL of Health and chu,..t·tt,i.; Gay and l nh1an Polit& cal Caucus, which loul(ht for pas­sage of the law, 11aid Mond11y. 1-'t•h. 5, she won't be flurpri!led if th011t.· opposed to i{ay r11(hts rollt'<'l enoujlh signaturl'B. Human Servi<'t'8. ('('~(' will provide the meali; as an ndJunct to itK Opnation Sun· shmt• ml'al11 progrnm, which is pri vatl'iy fundt-d and et·rvt11 di<'nUi in nim• :lip t·ode areas in Southwest I louHton. r;uch client will rt'C'eive a hot meal Monday through Friday including a meat, two veJ(etables, u salad, bread, d<11A<>rt and milk Operntion Sunshine is the only meuls prol{ram in Houston which hos no Uj((> r("Rtrictions for r ecipi· ent,oo "I'm positive tht·)'"vt• gut enough signatun1'," I i'lOucson said. ··Tu·l'nty-five thout-1ond is not a lot togt•t,l'flJ>l'<'ially whl'n you'vt1 t(Ot churchea helping you." Monday, Feb. :1, wuM thl• d(•od lineforCitiunK for Fumily Finct to turn signaturef! in to tht• city gov ernment of Boston. Tht• dt·udlinl' for other cilil'8 and townM woM.Jun. :!O. British pharmaceutical giant switching its AIDS research The group must turn in nll l'il(· naturt'S to tht· Sttn-tary of .St1ttf''• offke by Feb. t:J. wherl' tlw grnnrl total will he tabul11led. PHILADEl.PlllA cAPJ-Brillt<h pharman·utknl i.crnnt Smithl\lint Be(-cham plnnA to """·itch its rt·­f'earch b> fot'UI un n d1fh•t1•nt drug to fight AIDS In a latl'mt•nl rom it l S. hendqunn('rs here Friday, Ft'h- 9, the cnmpany Baid it has idt ntified a 8t't·und·J(t'nt'ration cnnd1dutf' that t•ould he produced in litrKcr quantitit'8 than th('MenN1C'8lly en· Jllllf'l'frd protem 1t i11 curn•ntlv tt>Stmi.c Tht' m w a1i1:t·nt d1X'11not yt·t ho\·e R nnnw, t1pokl'f4person .Jt·n·my 1 lt•\'mP.ft Id a:ud SmithKline Het. 'ham aid al will fini11h clinical trials on 11olu ble T4. which pnvenu the All>S virus from entering n.·lls. Hut tht· company said it doubt.fl 1t t"ould makt' f'nough MOluhlt•T·t forgl'nt'r· al pntlt'nt treatment. J>e<~~~~~:~1" 0~~~r !~~~~11~t:;,:1J~,r1:~ Th<• m·w ogt•nl work• hy t~t' Hignature8. Gay ri1i1:htA MTOUJHl told eumt· mt"<·humHm us _ solubl~ 14. their MUpportt·n to follov. th1>M and dm1cu.l tnals will begtn as collocting si1cnaturt>B, to persuade aoon 8M llOS!itble, tht• company people not to 11i1tn Mtlld '\\-'('certainly have noticed tht1t thev've been tlwT"e~ Sutton eaid Montrose Voice Phone Fun - Amanda - Horoscopes - Soap - Personals For the Montrose Voice Aries It's a good time for you and your lover to share some memories. Get out the snapshots and souvenirs, call old friends, take pleasure in remembering where you were and who you were then. Pay tribute to the past and you'll enhance the future. Taurus Someone from the past who taught you something important may reappear. A teacher whom you love and who loves you is definitely indicated. The meet­ing may a chance one, and your opportunity to see one another will be fleeting. Stay alert! Gemini Job and career are greatly emphasized. You may be working at cross purposes to you your best interest, or you may simply need to take a fresh look at what you really want, where you really want to go. How well lighted is the path to your goal? Cancer Travel that at first seems perfectly ordinary and un­remarkable could turn into a marvelous adventure. In fact, your world of routine may take on entirely new light aher this surprising jaunt. The ticket to your magical mystery tour is your own imagination. Leo The wait is over. You're on your way. What you do, though, is truly a guess; it may demand some more waiting! That old Leo pride and energy can face just about anything but delay. Patience! A woman with a secret may have something to say. Virgo ·~ change in the weather is bound to be extreme, but what's the sense of changing horses in mid· stream?" Alienation of affection afflicts the picture. A proper ending or a fine beginning are both possi· ble. Some time apart will be helpful. Libra Calm and cool Libra's temperature is on the rise! Someone's about to cook the cockles of your heart. This is not simply infatuation or a romantic fling; it's somehow different. If you're too cautious, you'll miss it; if you're simply careful, you can fly. Scorpio Balance is being restored to your stressful life. With questions now coming into clearer focus, your abili­ty to act on what you understand is rejuvenating. Ease, missing for some time, returns. Power, finally concentrated on a purpose, grows. Be Our Valentine By AIL\Jl'DA B. BECOBDWITH The Montrose Voice We couldn't figure out what on earth to get for our Valentine, dear fans. All we knew was that it had to be totally different, be­cause we have rather a reputation for doing the strange and unpredictable. It's what keeps him ticking like a clock on our dress­er, you know. Bot that we would allow him to sit on our dresser. lut then, one never knows ... In China, you send your lover a tiny rice ball, with a wonderful little Ladyfin­ger firecracker inside. When it goes off, your lover's fingers are burned, and the consistent pain will make him remember you every min
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