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Title Montrose Voice, No. 483, January 26, 1990
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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Date January 26, 1990
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • LGBT Research Collection
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Transcript Police say former inmate stalked, killed p en pals 8AN !'U:MENTh, Culif IAP)­An Indiana ex·convitt wantrd in conneetion with thE' slayings of gay men in two a;tnt<'ll alleuedly preyed on l>f'n pals he made while in pnson, pohct fi1ud Kt!tth EuKene Goudmnn,30, and two compnmonK Wt're arretited here whil(' visiting another one of Goodm1m '• pen pals-a l,.1guna lkal·h colh_·gt· pnifessor, police Chief Albert (' Ehlow BOid Jan. 16 Goodman, Jon Christopher Mead, 22, and Trat·y Holland, 21, all of Anderaon, Ind., wt-r(' arrest· cd Jan. 14 for invt~t1gation of the killings of a ~1·w Yurk man and thret- MiHHi1u1ippi men, Jo:hlow said. Police helit•v(' Cnrnc·gie-ME'llon Univt·rsity profet11;or Pet('r G. Jones, on Hllbbutical l<•ave, wns a likely lnrgN. "If we had not nrrealt>d Goodman, I bt•lieve Jonf.'tl would have been the next victim;• said San Clt-mt·ntt· Police Sw:t Hichard K Downing. .. It's very friKhtmmg;' Jones said in an inlt'r\'ie"" ut his home. "I l'ee m). Hlf a11 very lucky be­cauM the poliH• told mt> I was the next v1ctim:' Jonl'S was among an ntimated 20 to 2!°> p(·n paJs Goodman corre­spondtod y, ith whilt> scr\'mg time at an Indiana pnaon for burglary and sexual assault on an t\0-yt>ar· old woman, authoritit11 ~mid Tht• !\ew York \- ICtim ond one Missit11ippi victim wl'rt> both pen pals, t:hlow amd. ~1t·unwhile, J><>­li< ·t· in (ioodlettli\lllt•. 'frnn., Jan l"" srud .1oodman and two emn· ponroml wnt> not 11uspecUI In lhe killinJ( of lon1l prof1·1umr. Goodlt•tlsvillt· Pulit·t• Lt. Harry Jk>ll said his dt·partmenl had bl'<'n inll'n-skd in tht• t·n11t1 ht'<·nu.-t• thE' Kun ui-;l-d in 111•mt•oftht·slnyinf(11 iM simila:- in culitwr of the weupon u~ed to kill Robert Si™·rt, 11, a bi olOK.Y proft'8Snr at Volunt('('r State Community ('ollt'~t·. ~ibert was found dt'ad in his home on Oct 22. shot om·t· in tht• forehead with a &l-0-culiher auto­matic punol. Howl'\t•r, Bell Ntid ( 'ahfornin in· Hstiwators had dt'h·rmint-d the men were not m T1-nm•llSt't" llt the time Sih4;·rt was killt>d. Also, they did nut oht.;1in tht• wt·uptm in ques­tion until !"o\·t·mht.·r, tht·monthllf· tl'r tht• 11iaying "Wt•'r('still K11inw tol(el tht·irfin gerprintH fur comporiHOn, but right now tlwn!s nothinK thtlt'a going to lU' tht·m in to hl'intc lf.UK­Pl'(' Vi in our nu1e;· Bt•ll Haid .. It M u eon'M con gume:· Eh low Mnid. "Tht·y wrih• to Pt'oJ)lt• to tell thl·m how bud olltht·y ort', ill:lking ti.1r monev to ht·lp tht•m through, Kt't a twltt>r dt•lt•nst• lnwyer. that tiort of thing. And 1woplt> ti('nd them mont·y und ht·lrll'nd thl•m:· (~omlmun \\-US rt•lt•i\Mt·d in Jan 191'1', hut was 11t>nt to Madi1:10n Count) 11nd.)Jailin.Jnn.19K9on adrunkt•n dn\-·inK t·horKt', outhori tit'8 said. It wua thcrt· he mt'l Mt>ad, ""ho w1lft be-in..:: ht· Id for burfo(lary Aftl'r 1he1r n•lt•ase, the mt·n )('fl for ~t·W 'fork on J)ec. Jtl to ml't't Harold I>. Williama of Wind11or: N.Y., on(' of (.;oodmnn's pt"n pnl11, auth11ritws smd 'T ht·y pnihnhly mtt-ndt-d to hit. him up for nwm·~· nnd rob him Tht•y t·nth-d up killing h im, 1111id t :h low. WilliamM, (.;(), wu11 found Mhot to death l>t·t·. :>.1 in un upi;itnira lwd· room of hiM houl'w. lie was lnMt Mct'll ulin Dt'<', 19. snid Nt·w York Stall• Polict• ('apt. Corl K Shaver. Goodmon n nd Mf'ud Y.:Nl' quelj tiontod in lndiunu hy Andt·rMon po­lic- e Dec, W. Andt·non SJ(t. Ritk Grmn 11uid. But tht• pair was not arrl'Hh"Ci und they lt'tl town l>t'<'. 29. stayl'tl bnt·fly in h:mtul'ky be­fort> K;nnf[ with Ma. Holland to Mi11si11t•ippi. 11aid Grim•r. It Wall not (')('nr whl'lher M11. Holland was in 1\t-w York. author· 1tiee said MONTROSE VOICE THE. NEW ~Al :fl IF MONT.AO SEO c(o111m11111t11 lJ11bli•hi119 (ompanv a FR ID Ay January 26. 19900 ISSUE 483 MONTROSE WEATHER FRIDAY NIGHT Clear. cool. low 40 SATURDAY Par"ly cloudy. tugh 12 low 49 SUNDAY & MONDAY Rain Highs abOUt 70 :iws abOut 50 Washington is f!OV' for a day, then heads to D.C. By HILLIE DUNCAN 1e Montrose Vence n Friday, Jan. 19, he wa11 u 11tntu nator in the Texas Legialaturt.> n Saturday, Jan. 20, he wu tht> Vovernor of Texa~. On Tu~day, Jan. 23. he was sworn in as the U.S. CongreNman from the Hith Con grea11ional Dii,;trict. Craig Anthony Washington may not know whelht>r he's coming or going, but he certain· ly ia headed straight up. La•t Saturday's celebration in Austin for Washington's '"Governor for a Day"' wu attended by many Houatonians from the I.Hth, a dia-­triCt that include11 Montrou And though the day began as cold, wind· y and dreary, as the congratulations and the barbecue were disht-d out, the aky expanded into bright blut­and poured sunshine on theamiling celebrants Washington's words in the St:n· ate C'hamberi. were clearly rt-flectt:d in the diversity of the crowd. He said in a voice that Set'med to t.oke root some place deep in hiK own soul, "We have hope that what Wl' see is out beyond ourselves. We havl" hope. Out beyond ourselves, we ha\'e J)e<)ple who are old and young Out bt_.yond ourselves, men and womt-n working together, rich and pot'lr working together. Out beyond our· seh·eH, we can solve our problems as a aoc1ety. ··~e can see beyond our race, he. yond our geography, beyond our ec> numic circumstance, beyond those in our immediate age group, beyond thot1e who happen to' be of our M>x. ~yond thoew whose sexual prt"ft-r ence is left to them, beyond thm<e who have less education than u .. be­yond thc ... e who han~ more educa· twn than us, beyond our frail human f'l•lvet1 we can see God in oumeln'&. 'With all our fault:;, when we M'' each olh('r. whenwelookateacholh· era faultB, when we look at l"Uch oth er'a aoula, we can do anything ns a people." And for 17 years, 10 in tht> Hou111• a.nd llif'\'en in the St•nate, \\ aiahinp: PHOTO BY BILLIE DUNCAN Cro1R H'aRhinHW" uo .~u,orn in as Texas go1.:errnJr-for a da) ton ha11 gt•nt·ra lly followed hiM tilronfo( words with definite action. Wh1·n ht> aaid that reprff('ntation of tht· people Mhould rf'nect tht- diverse compoti1tion of the population. he follc•wl'd thOt!t.' word11 by fighting for mun• d1\'enie rl'pretit·ntation on all boardA, panels and lwnch~, taking a b1tt> wht'n1·nor pouible out of the leg of the J(iant Good Old Boy ofTl'x Suppor11n pomt to him a• a lead· mK defender of human ria:hts who has madt· 1t knc•wn that a:a:. riehts nrt' an mtearral part u( thr nghta of all peoplt I ~tractoni aay lhat his"'loner" ap­proaC" h to 11tanding up for what he thinks is right amacka of arroeanCC' and a laek of team apint. Huwc\'t-r hl' ha11 he1·n purtrnyed. hi• col· l•BJCul"8 in the Toaa S.·natf> paid purtkuh1.r tnbutl to him by honor· mg him 118 Go\·t·rnor for II I )ay when ht• ahould not havt- IJet"n t'hfo(ihlt! !or four more y1•nn1. Sm<~· ht·"" a• KOing on to the U.S. Congr('l't>. his ril·natori al cohorts ignored thl'rult'tl of.-tnior ity and placed thl' guht·rnatorial gavel at his honorary diriposal as a aC'nd·off to the nation·• capital ··tt'a good to t;et- key peopll' being t·levatt'd acrusa tht 1;tate:· said Montr0t;e businl'ssman ('har1cs Arm8trong afttt \'is1tmg with \\'ash· tn~un on thC' att-ps ofthe('ap1tal 1n tt;1ti~k;~~;:;~~~~~; i~i::.~:~~:~i: ~~1~~:~:~e af~at~~:a~~~;I :: for humanity on a global 11•\t-I.' he a aid Ann.strt>nJ{: was 1mpn·ued \\1th Watihington·a sptteh and (dt that It wa11 a •ignificant 811{11 of" hat con· atituf'nt8 could exp<"ct from their new repr~enLntJ\-e m Washington. Hf! brought up gay nghl8 8t'H ral t1ml"S today;• aaid1\rmstrung I wa• glad 10 t<t>e Jim Mattox. ""ho• run· ning for the govl"tnor • Bet' on tht I )l"mocrntlC tickn. w 11 prn•nt wht·n CrmJ( repNlledly talkl'd about thl' AIDS l'l1tuution. t<aying we havl' to help the p<'Oplt· in our (human) family who've bffn afnicted with AIJ>S. 1 WH Klad all thoae people h1·11rd that part olCraigwhit·h he so paN1ionutely belit•\·es in hi• heart It'• a J(reut day for Tt·xua.' ('ouni:\.· Trl'WiUl't'r :\1kki Van H1ghto•·er:. runnmg for •tatt- trl'M· urer m tht• wukt' o( Ann Richard,." run for J(O\'t'rnor, waa cautiou11\y op­umia111,; about \\wihinJ(ton"aimpact u a frt'Shman l'l•ni{l'eNman. "'I think any time a nt•wcumer comes mto 11111n11titution like the House of Ht·pre1w:ntat1\·t'8, tht-y have to make aome lnenda 11nd get. to kno"" P<"O"­ple' · •ht> aa1d, .. iao I ,,.._ouldn't t'Xpect anything iriaWntly frllm his 11ffice. Hut Crai,g ia a drmanding person on h1m8t'!f, 1110 I Mould thmk he ,,.._ould prubabl.) mo\.'f a Jot fask'r than moat pet•plt' would m 1hat poa1twn.' Stntt• H.1•prt'untuti\-'t- l>t'bra lhmbufl w ~ mure ~i:tua\vl' in htt estimation ot'tht· 1mpat·t thllt Wa~h· inj(lon mifo(hl hu\t' m tht· nation'• capital. 'Ewn thouJ(h ('roil( a J(I .. ing up 11.M n frt-~hman and at·nwril) mat ten. a lot, tht• pt'topll• whoar...-al ready in Ctmgrffa urt" wt>komml( him with open arm•." l'lhe •aid "A lot of thl' members ol (. · ongrt'U them!Wlvea madt• ~1000 ccontr1b1>< tionit to his ramp81Kn. bttau.ae tht·y were •O exC1tt-d and 1•nthuHd about ha\'ing aomoont· who'• a trul' bchn-· er and an ln11p1rat1on romt'- up thert"-and not Just Join th• team but take a leadenh1p roll' from th• very be1rmmng It• a rral plu1 for all ol ua:· Cle-arly, from all that he-hu aa1d, Washington exJ;l('Cte, to take a le-ad ttiohip roll' In h1• apctth, 1n fac'! he t>aid. ·I ha\efnJo)Pd \heopportum· t\ (toM'f\'t'm lheTl"X.aal.c1t1S1atun­~ uch becaual' ""hen )OU ·~ak m Halls ol J uatice, ~ ou h&\-'t! 1ht-01'''°" tunity to t·h.11nl(e puhht· opinion, and I bt'Jieve leadt>n an· thOM who changl' oubh<· opmion, not mf"rt-ly follow public 1>pm1<1n Mam· of hiM atalt·ment11 hm·1· a ring t~ tht•m 1h11t mdi<·ait- that Craig Wa~hington 8('('11 himat"ll H"4 a man ofdei<tiny. and peoplt· who lt•t•J they ha\'e bttn tom·ht'<l hy th~ hand of deNtiny ha\'e a tt>ndt·nc) to ex<·i·I in whalt-ver tht'y dloOM.' to do I .uat Saturday he tiaid, "I don't know why Mickey died-thrrt' llrt· a lot of thmi.c that I dnn't know-but I do know that, in looking back, I &pl'nt the Inst 17 years of my life preparing mY•t·' for the adHntun- on whu;h I am about to t."lllhark But ju:tt "·hen urrogant't' Rt'lllt-d to be ~annl( 1u he-ad, hr lwcamf' gracious nnd e\·f'n·handtd., pauing out aerolad('& to hie fdlcow Rnators, bc1th l>fomoctat1c and Rl'pubhcan. He said that h1!' oohortM 1n tht· lt'JrW· Jatur!''.hrlpt'dmrfindm.) ptaCT· Ht• fl.Bid. ·'They laught m~ that l "a:oin fighting tho~w fight. alone 11 I had bt't'n hgh1mg thoa1· (iflhl.9 alont· tht>tt• wui.:...:::I havt• he en ne \'oh- ' l ontmuf'd f gt' \ David Bryan accepts job as NGRA director David A. Bryan, former executive and legal director ofthe Texni< Hu· man Rights Foundation. moved into the top legal position of I\n tional Gay Rights Adrncates on Monday, Jan. 2'2. !\GRA is the na tion·s )artiest public intert"8t lnw firm reprel:ienting gay and lt>Sbian rights Bryan. who l.i\'ed in Houston for se\'eral years before mo\'ing to AuRtin in 19H9 to head THHf. re­placet1 Leonard Graff as legal di r'E'Ctor. Graff held the potiition for over seven years. and is curnntly l:ierving as interim executive din'(.' tor. Bryan will direct NGRA'M )('gal program from the organization'ti Son 1-,rancisco office. ' David Bryan's past SUl'C't'SM'8 in the fight for lesbian and gay C'iv· ii right8 ha vE' already madt• him a l<'nd<'r in the mo\'ement;' said Groff .. "David provides the m·ed· t•d skills and experience to t1ut1tain and strengthen r-;GRA'H rec:-ord of Ci\·il rights advancements into the rn~ra:· At tht· quert<'rly board mE"t·ling Jan. 20, THHI-' tru1tl'e8 at·(·l'pted Bryan's rt.'8lgnation. Board mt'm· her Sut- J.o\'ell proJ.IOlled a resolu· lion adopkd un8nimoutly by thl' board at the ml'('ting, recognizing Bryan for thf' )'ea.rs of a(·ni~e: ht' ga\'e t.o the foundation Oa\'1d hua bel'n com~itte-d to lhe atruggle for lf'tlhian and gay <"I\ ii riKhlS for o\'er ~ix yt'ara on bt•half of TU HR.~ we) will miu the hard work and dt·di<"lltion that werl' hit1. trudt-marks aa our di rt'<"· tor:' l.ovl'll 11aid Although Bryon is leavinp: th(' &lllh• he il'I re10ining the TllHF bot\rd 011 a tru8h'!.•. At thl' Jan. 20 mt·t·t inK. ht• wn111 (•l<·ct<·d to tht' hourd to n·moin involvt•d with TH HF progro1m1 a nd cns('i'I begun durinJ( hi"' tenurt• as dirt-Nor. Bryan, :14. tcruduahod from the TexaM T1•ch l'nivenity ~·khool of Ll'W• in 19.HI and prndil't>d t·orpt> rate law in Houston for fi\'e Yl'llr8. He joinl'd THRF rut a mcmht·.,. of the board of trustees in J~l~t Bry· an. who ~aid ma rt'<'ent intervlt'w he considt·red HoW1ton his homt" mo\-'ed to Austin early last year to work full time in THH.t a office there. While a trU!'itee-, Bryan cunt.ti.~ uted to Che litiitation work chal· lenging the Texu sodomy atatule. Bryan also worked on C'Ri'lt'8 in tht· rl"'(.~lgnition of l~bian and gu~ 11otu dent organizations at Tt>xa11 A&. M and Texas Tt'C'h l'ninr~itit>s. In 19K4 and 198..'>. Hryan \\--88 uc1iw in the Hou8ton campuiJ('n to&R\'t' u city ordinan.;e prohibitinJ( t'lll p loyment_ dli.;Crimination on tht• bnsi11 of sex rnl oril·ntutinn. i'l'ht• ordinance W•lS owrturned in tht• SO·Called "KRY rights reft·rt>ndum ·• of 198.'l). As lc.•gal dirC'Ctor. Br~·an helpt-d prost'C'ute a diHcrimination 1'1H'l plaint with the Tl'Xafl. Stall' Boord oflnsuram"t-agnin tMidlundl.ih-ln11uranc< · Company for ':AIDS zip c-ode red lininK:' Tht• rt"i;ulting doci.tuon madt• tht· prac1ic-e illegal for insurance cumpanies doing husinl'H in the N,talt·. He al~<> ht·lped pn.>til"'(.'Ult· the foundation's d1St·1plinary complaint against llallu ,Judp:1· Jaek Hampton, wa:­publidy cr·n11un'Cl in :\o\'t'mhl'r for nnt1-Ka~ hulfl. •·t ha\'e followed ~'GH.As ron· a1dt·rablt> lt'Kul al·ha•Hmt·nts for nt·urly a dt'('ftdt>:' Mid Br) On. ~1 look f<1rward to carrying on tht'or· gunizat1on's prt"('t·dent·st·tting lit· igution with pride and t·xc-ih'mt'nt I (Im honun·d by ll<·ing t<f.'!e<:ted as !\GHAN lt•gal din,·tor." Hid111rd \\.'hilt', .r-.:GH.A hoard drnir, !!tud, "Tht•rt· un• many niti· ml lt·fo(nl i~ut·s fu<"ing tht• h·~biun und guy t·ommunity. Dovid's h·ud erMhip will allow ~GHA to mt•l't th1• <·hallt·njet·11 oht·ad." i''ounded m 1977 in San Fruncts c ~ 'llionul C11y Hitchts Advt~ Trxa.s l>a1,, d 8r)an u u•u .\"(i}{A kRol d1rf'~~or catt-s hKhts for lhe n.:htit f ga~ men. lt"t'bians and, throuKh tht· AIDS Ci\'i\ Hi.:hts l'mJ«'l"t pt·r· sons with HI\ ~iH'tUI(' 1'\(iHA ng grt·ssivt>ly pun-ut'fi 1mpal'l litiga tion tn empl11~ mt·nt und hoUl'illK disniminution, fomily purtrwr ships, rt·form of sodom~· I.iv.a. un· 11-gay ,. olt·n<'t' und fiTllt anwnd mt·nt MKhf11 Probe continues in secret as Frank works to restore image By JOHN DIAMO!'i 0 FOR Hl~r WASHINGTON tAP>-Amid a \'eil of &e<"rE'<'y surrounding his H<ml!le t-thics committee in\'l•l!t11tn lion, Rep. Hamey Fronk is puttinK out word that he is confidl·nt hit1 public career can survi\'e int.ad Rut there may be mor(' lu1•l ndd· ed when Penth ouse magazine pub· Jishel! nn intervie\\-- nt>xt month with prostitute Stephen Gobit'o who had a relationship with Frank, In thE' meantime, Frank. () Mass .. has kept up his work pncr on Capitol Hill. F rank ho" l<·d u Democratic mov(' to ·cut d('fon11t· spending and shift the fund8 into drlicit reduction and domt>Mtic pro­grom11. President Bush R1t1Klt-d Frank out at a rt-cent bill·l!igning Cl'remony for his work on housmK legialation '"If you're being complimentM by the president you mut1t be doing acimt·thinK right, 1d He-p. Jo- 8('ph Moaklt•y. I>-Mnsa. And m hi11 di11trit•t, no wt>ll· known htcun~ ha\'e t·mt'ril'ed to chRllt'nKl' Frnnk for r('-t•l('("l.ion nnd a fundroisinlif effort for them· t·umhent is Kl'lll'rRtrng n ht'althy takt>. "Hnrnt•y Fr1mk h att wenthen·d th1· fl lo rm:· t1oid I .n rry Htu1ky, n l>t·mo1:ruti<- t·ontrnltnnt in Boston "Tht• whult> incidt·n t hoH n lmofll ht'<·omt' u non ·iMMue." But M1u111oth U!<t'lls HE'pu hlil'un Ext•1;Uti\'(': St·c-n•tary Ah·xun d('r Tt•nnant tioid. 'Bnrnt·y Frank is hopintc thnt thiM wholt> t1ituot ion wdl JU11t J(n away"' Tt·nnnnl tu·knowlt>dJ(t'll tht• GOP has hnd a h11rd t1m1• cominl( u11 v.1th \·inhll' opponl'nts for Fronk hut imnat.a hi1 crrchhthty hos hf.en irn•p11rnhly damnged:' With eunw ap11ra, Fronk hu not commPnkd at h·nKth on Golne amce th1· tcnndal hnlkt• last. llUm "I won't disc-uss it, he 11aid n'­ct ·ntly when askM ibout tht· C'8a1• ' I'm n<>l going to cont hutt• to n non·story.' When the 11tor.,· brukt> in Autru"t with GobH"'s re\'eolatwm1 m Tht Washmtcton T1mt·s, Frunk serwuM· ly considt•n-d t·ndinK his polit1ral career. lie titill haf'n·L- d1·n1h·d whether to s£•l•k u 11ixth h·rm, tollY· ing h(' wanti; to woit until tht• l·th ics l'Ommitll'e \'t>rdil't iH m "Thrr('·s ~ome t1enae thut tht'rt·'K KOinK to bC' anotht•r WH\'t• thut will t•oincide with the Penth11u11p puhli cation nnd tht• rt•NUlt~ ol tht• t·thit'll ht•aring;• Hn~ky anid ·•But nt thi11 pornt, unleBS there·11 aomt'thinJ(' 1tartlingly n1·...._ rt-\'f'Rh·d. and I don't s('f.• any rt·ason toex1~d thnt then• will. it's JUat womtt to I~ treated more as tht> final tu·t oflu11t seailOn '• play~· The t'thic:o; commttlt't' \ 'Oh-d In Sl'pl('mher to imt'Still&lC' Ooh1e't1 alll' ntwn1 that ht• opernttd a "ex for·h1n· bu8int'L" out of Frank·s Cn1ntol Hill apartmt>nt with Frank'• knuwlt>dgt' Frank udmiUJ ht· ll&id Gohit· ~ 111 l~Jh.i !or at•x and Inter hirt>d (iuhu• Y.1th J>t>rsonal funds aa a houlll'kt"(·pn and dri\·er But ht• says ht• dit1m188('<j Gohil' in Au l{U!<t l~lK7 wht·n lw lt•nrn1·d Gohie wu11 UMlnfl hi11 lli>llrlmt•nt for pros htutmn hunk hm1 dt•nit•d other sp<'Cifi<' all1•1(utiunK. Wht•n (;uhie tharged m unntht·r Wushington Tim<·s :-;to· ry thot ht and Fronk hod s1•x in the ll nUfl.t' KYmnaK1um, Fronk t·alh·d tht• t1tory a •·vicious. crazy Mt't ol lwa:· (;ohi1· told his 1tnn: to thet•thit's t~•mm1th'e lor mo;t' •than four houra IM·hmd due(>d doon on Dec 5. Horrowintc a hn1• from Shukt>o "Jwllrt• • ",Julius ('aeaar:• he told rt·1mrh'n1 allt·rwurd. ( came lo prmtt1• ( 'onf(rt'8!<m1m Frank today Oil t• 'Ur~ 11 Frank hmtt'd slrontclY m a. 11 cent inttt\'lt'w thnt ht• has t<-sllfitd bt·fore tht• ethics cumm1tlt't' Back m his ditit.l'Wt, Fmnk haa rnised about $100.000 in rt'C'ent month11 for hit1rnnipmKn11nd !or u ll•J;:-al dl'lt·ns(' fund t10tuhli~ht'<I hy supporlt'rs, nt·<·ordrnK tn lla·k Mornini;rstnr. il Frnnk pnhtu·ttl aidt·. The only dedun·d oppunt•nt against Frank iM Ht•puhlicnnJohn :Soto, ·W. Soto's prt·vious hid for puhlit· offict" w11s u run for 11tntt• n·pn·st·ntativl' in whi<·h ht• c-np· turecl less than :Jo pen"t'nt of the \'Oh'. :\o D4·motrul hu n1m~ for word to t·hallt>nKl' Fronk. ul thoul{h aomt·, tnt"ludin)( 1tah• St>n I.ms l'ml'ili, haH 1nd1c11tt-d tlw~ mny run 1f Frank 1>te1.,. uuh •·1t depend& on tht• uutcomt" of thl• eth1ct1 oommitl(>(> It's "":!'Im pit• aa that," aa~·s ~1ornmtcJ"ttlr. 2 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY JANUARY 26. 199C' Main Street Theater presents an accessible 'Hamlet' Hout1lon Live by NJo.;JL BAUJ>ERS Main Strt-tt Theater. con•1•u~nt "'ith 1t11 phil0110phy ofprt'lil'nting dru..ic• in new and appealing waya, ha11 un otht:r winnt'r on 1t• hand• "'Ith a contl'mporizt'd adaptation of Wil liam Shakl'tlpt'are'a ··11amlt-t'' JudiciouslY trimmed, Ht>ht-cta Grt.'i'n Udden'11 vt'niion manBJC('• to n-tain the paHion and fof'hn1ieofthiH 400.year·old play while updating the bt'ltmg and •ty){'oftht' pll'Ct' Thu11a1 a<:ce1111ible Shakl-aipt'art> with 1ntt•lli gt·nt direction und natural perform anct•i.; pt·rft'('t for the novice tht•utl·r patron The 1:1tory ol murder, mtrigut• 1md rev en Re ii; lamiliar. Thr kinK ol l h·n· mark hati l:lt't'n murdt>rl'<i. h1M broth er C:laudiuit ha11 not only follow<.'<! him to the thrunt". but hu marril'd hi11 widow Gt'rtrude. G(•rtrude'• M>n, prm<.·e Hamlet, u1 vi111tt-<I by hi• 1·a tht>r'11 ghot1t who mformM him that l'laudiu111 i11 ro.pon•ihll' for hi1 death. Hamlt't Ht• out on a path of diio· CO\·ery and aubtit:qu<'nt reveni[e. Otht>r player11 m tht- tale are Poloniul'I. NUnl'lelor to tht' kmg~ hi11 eon and daughtl'r, Lat"rlt~ and Ophelia 1llamlet'a 1ll-ratf'd lovt-1; thl· faithful- tru:nd to llamlt-l. llt1rat10; t·ourtil"rli Hntlt'n<.Tanu.. Gu1ldt·nMtern and 011tri(·. !1(1ldu·r• Mart>t•lluto, Bernardo end Fram·11ico and t\litwrt ed mt•ml*ra of an acting trouJ)t", gruvt• di1i:gt'ri> and a 1>r1t•"t Many of tht> d1rt'Clor and <"ai.t"8 <"ho1ct'8 make the evening fun to watch. toeldom intt•rf(•rmg "'1th tht• oriJ(innl mtt·ntion1> of th(' play. Su<"h moment.t> indudt· the nnnounn·ment of the marriage ol Claudius und Gt·r trude, pre11Nlll'<i ns n pr{'Midential preii.s conference <.·omplete with tt>le· vii;ion coverage, and thl' de<:ii.ion to uot' non ·trnditionat em;tingthrough· out The rol<'io of Bernardo and Hm;encrantz were pluy1-d bywomt·n, and it 1;erved thtl4 adaptatmn "ell The decitsion to pla<.·e a 1><.·l'nl' be lwh:n c:leudiu11 and Ltwrte8 in a po11Menm11 match l0<·k1•r room, ttip ping Pt·rrier while thl")' plot Ham lt>t"i. demi11e, sound11 more dt-vt•r than 1t ployed. Thil'I WM the onh timl' in the e\ening when tht• movf. to tht' pretient tteemed a bit fon.'t'd d1£!u·uh ro)(' full of c •ntradict1om Galt· 8\·01dt'<i the pitfall.s and mor(' than ml't tht' <"hallt·ngt-. Poloniu111.l!I usu alls presented 88 a doddt-ring fool. but in Ste\·e Garfink1·1'a hand~ he ih portrayed 811 a loyal. allx·it mii;guid('d, advi1wr and latht·r. Garlinkel"s charm and comit tt1u('h also s«rved to lighten up what <.·ould easily have Ix-en an unrt•ll·ntingly j(rim e\·ening Kt·nt Johnson ati Horatio and !-lu·vt· Fenley ati Laertes bring a nat ural upproal'h to their roles "'hich complem(•nts ttw production. John· Hon u1 all t•nsy KTR<.'t', and 80 believa bit· aM tht· t>wr·loyal friend to Ham l('t Nt·\"t•ron<·edowemissthemean inte of Sha.k1-.;p<'are's lines a8 spok t•n by Johni;on. Other actors, take _ c...__.-, not<' h·nl('y, as Lat'f"h•s. is like a gun 11hot e\'l"ry hmt• he makes an t'n· tram't· as tht· loving brother deter mined to avenge the deaths of his fatht-r and !li11ter Ent·rgy and pas. si<>n are Ft·nles's strengths Main Street's artistic director and din":tor of this ""HamlN:· H:ebt'<.~a Gr{'(•ne Udden taketo a rare turn as at·tor in th1a production. She gives u11 a Qut-t'n Gertrude of torn loyal tit11, cunttrntod for her son's lianity but n1-t·ding Claudiui; to el'!<:ape th.e void ol ht·r first husband's dt·ath l 'ddt·n suet·N,..,,fully ouggt•sl.Jl at a llt'Xual prttt·nce, a lew Ot'dipal lt·aninw; and a barel;:·contained •adne&1. Ht·r G<'rtrude ulso has dig nity, ('ompas,.;ion and beauty Ai_; Opht·lia. Mycht>lle Abernathy ii; befit ot convt·ying her character's stott· of mind through her actiom;. Sht' jg stunningly effective in a bed room visitation from Hamlet and ht·nrthn•aking in her mad scene without ever saying a word. When she dOE's speak, she's for some rea· son l(•i-s convincing. CharlN Tanner looks nght as Claudius. who in this adaptation i11 pre,;t·nttod as a conniving chief exec· utive. but he Jacks a grace with Sh8k~peare"is language which is mon· appart-nt due to the skills or thot0l' around him He is good at por· traying tvil and certain))· is an ap­propriatt' foil for Gale's Hamlet, but hiM st•liloquy was awkward and £alst'. The Montrose Voice _ TON TEXA -l>UE 4t fRIO.t.Y JA~ JAA'f 26 1990 Pubhshed Fridays •LAGSfo(Jt> (ommunitu lfublie.l~in~ Q11m~:i11u 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529 8490 COl•tent1 copyrigl 1900 Oll1ce hours 9am·6pm HlklryMi.:C.1urg Sroerro Cohen Darb nr BETTER LAUJTIS & GARDETIS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape -Lawn Care - Tree Service l\et-pmg tht' aud1entt •pellbound for three and a hall hourtJ wa1a1al· enu_.d crunol 14 ledbyJaml">!Gah·aio Hamlet ma cart"fully d('tailed, pow erful perlormanct•. Gale skillfully uutlined a man bordt>ring on tht' edge or madnt .... initially to mit; lead. but ('ventually t1u«·umbmg to t-IK:ape the awful IK"Ol)t' ofhii. reality The quirks that Gal(' broui;cht to hiio Hamlet wt-re fat;cinating to watth. but w1th~1ut <"rw;MinK ovt•r tht• lint• in to a;elr-<'<m•cmu• mnnn«r1"m" Jt'11 a Tht· remt1inder of the company, Penny Walzel. Joe Kirkendall. Mark McGriH, Albert Linton, Wt-ndy Ebnlt', Chris Fowler and Michael Wonio broughtthesupport ing characters to life with vigor and affoction. Vt'ry strong work by the <.·n,.<'mblt' and production staff of Kath!e{'n Lipfiromb Jircik, set de­tiign; C'rn;tum<'s of Patrick Collin11, lighting of Bob Dover and sound of Fr('(•man WilliamM 1s lo be vif'wed llamlt>t 1Janu·s liald plays madnt'Bs to Ophl'i1a .,\f:yehelle Abt·rnalhJ1 in .\lam St rt l'l 1'h('(Jtf'r"to MamtotaJ:t' cont em porar)· li>ok at J/am/f•t" Free Estimates Best Prices nightly throuah Fi·b. ll, p1•rhnp11 This ifomkt" ii n-romnwnd1'<1 tr.1)wdy, 1"1•rlurm{·d h) 1.1 tikilli'<l ('on1 523.-LAWn longt•r for itH uniquf'" approu<·h to 11 gr1 at puny o( 1fotu1ton 1ctor11. Leaflet distributor's charges dropped DEi\ VER !AP>- Fht·ri; l·an l1t· d1:. tributt'<I without n 1~:rm1t ii th('y nn· political material. a I >t•nvt•r JUdg1• ruled in the ca11e of a man who wa .. handing out lea11et" uri[tnK a boy· l"Olt of an AID:-i drua manufa<·turer Uen\·t'r Coun1y Judgt: Jacquehne St. Joan d1smi1M>t'd chu.rtet·• filed aaainst Hoto(l"r Ht.-ltrami. 40, ll<·kett'd while d11>tributmg 01er11 urging a boycutt ol producu produCE'd by the manufacturer of the AIUl:d1ghtmg drug AZT Beltrami u1 a membt'rol the AIDS Coalition to Unleaah Power. or A(.T t:P He was U<·kt-tt'd by poli<·e a" he handt'<i out Oien Ot·t. 6 on 1ht lbth Stn-et Mall that encouragt'<I a boy· l"Ott of tht• Burroughs \\ellcome Co. of Hl',.Nm:h Triangle Park. N .C Hurrouteh!< Welkome makes AZT, which can prolong th~ life of AIDS patient:< and delay symptoms oftht­difl(' Ost' among tho:;e inle<:ted with tht• HI\' \·iruti. believed to be a pre­curiaor to AIOS Beltrami said the drug's cost­about ~.000 a year per patient-is "outrageouH.' !--O the company's oth· ('f productM t1hould be boycotted. Ht wai. charged with two \'iola· t1on8ol city ord1nanceR. distributing leaflets without a lia-nseand faihng to obt'y a lawlul order by a polict> of· f1et"r. Jn di,.mi!lsmg the charges. St. Joan not<-'<i thnt nit·r: nm ht· di11trib­uu.-< t without n 1wrmit ifth1·y an· "1><>-­litical mntt·ruil" St. ,Juan tiaid lk-hrami'111 lt·nfll"t~ wen• "polit1l·al matt>riel'" and u empt from tht' urdinanct· Sht" ahm found lhat bt-c8U11t' Ht.>ltrami'a f1it':-­distributinn wa11 prutt't't<--d, lhe po­lice offiC't'r'• order to 11tt1p w8JI not I~ gal. Hid Huth Buechler, Beltrami'• attorney Buechlu, whu rt>pret1t-ntt'd Beltrami for free in ht>r<"epa<·1ty aa a member of the :"iationel Lawyers Guild, .aid ahe waa plt>a•ed that St Joan dii.miHsed tht" C&at' but duoap. j>(•inted that the JUdKt' didn"t declart'" the leaflt>t·di11tnhution ordmant·t­unron~ tituti(..-nal. Ibrahim Garcia, M.D. ! 1 !I (•cf i 011.1· f) i 1·ea.1·e S11eci a I isl • Con ridc nt ial HIV Testing • Pcrsona li1,cd Attention • Prol'cssional Medi cal Care • AZT Counseling • 24 1 lour Answe ring Service To schedule a conridenti al heal th assessment call 863-0492 For the Very 1st Time in Houston Metropolitan Community Churchof the Resurrecti on is Pleased to Welcome vere Lee Carlt Datesa O Saturday, January 2''1.",.111.:""' 6:30pm-Pot Lurk a --v would be apprec 1te<t B:OOpm· -LoneStarSymphc Concert ·SS donati.. n Sunday, January 28, 1990 10.45am· -Worship :signed for th Hearing lmpa1 er, 7·1Spm· ·Wor~ntp Monday, January 29, 1990 1·1Spm Worsh1r Tuesday, January 30, 1990 7·15pm- -Worship vr h oats FAIOAV. JANUARY 26. 1990 MONTAO IE VOICE ~tl Rlrnwry of Memorial service, band concert & Valentine dance -CURTIS EUGENE POPE Curll E, "It •1e Pope 'Who departed this re ··n Jan 13 1990 was born Sept 2 1948 on Atlanta Hu spent most ot his adult 1110 in Houston He was very active in commumly acl1\11 l•es in h1s1pare time and proteas10~ ally. he nanaged sevurat Montrose businesses He w<11 he mussed by all who knew him A memonat aerv1ce w1!1 be held at 7 10 pm on 1 hursday. Feb ' at Houston M1ss1on Church ,2 7 Fannin upstairs 'l"ne AlDb 11 it.erfl.i.lth Alll&ru:le w1ll bold 1ts fourth annual interC&lt.h memor18l eervioe on Feb. 10 at St Anne's Cal.hollc Church, 2410 WtJ&theUner: The eerv1Ce w1ll begtn &t 7 30 p.m and wlll be followed wtth a reoept.lon. Specl&l music wUl be featured. by chotre from 98V8ral oongregations A homU,y wUl be gtven by Dr WU­l1am M. 'l\lrner, seruor pastor or South Ma1n Baptlst Church ci 18 ext.et \jjed to the comm most heavily atft1et.ed by AJOO,and to t.helr loved one1. For more tntor­mauon about the eervioe, contiwt. Pat MetsUtr 1r DI P.&rl &. Shelp at e67·5627 -Band concert The U:me Illar flfmphoruc Band w1ll perform a beneflt concert &t 8.00 pm. B&t.urd&.y.Jan. 27atMet ropolltan O:mununity Ch.W'Ch, This serv1ce also 19&t.ures a ltghung of 1ndMdu&1 e&n· dles to oommemora.te t.hoee who have dled of AlDB The AIDS Int.erfa.ith CouncU was est.abllshed to educate people about the AlDS epldemic, generate a oomp688tonate response to XontroH Jlel&hbor­hood 1919 Decatur Pro­oeecls wtll support MOCR Tlckets are '5 and will be avaUeble at t.he door All pro­oeed. 8 go to MCCR For more information I vents ca.11 862-5068 or 622· people touched by AIDS, and ad drees the ep1r!tual and other needs of the UlOusands of people 1n the Houston area who are directly a!· feet.ad by AIOO, representatives 88.1d. Attendance at the memorial eervtoe increases yearly, they S&1d. A q>eetal tnvttaUon t:rom the ooun- 4282 -Valentina dance Worn,ynspaoe will present. t.he &n· nual ''ValentJn&Danoe-an Extrav­aganza ror SJngles and Couplee: rrom 800 p.m. to 12:00&.m. Satur­c1Ay. Feb. 17 at. Bert.ng Memorl&l Unlted Methodist Church In tho h >WBhlp Hall The chemically tree, women on\y event w1ll fe.lture DJ Cherry Wolf. Ad.m.1ss1on ts $e at the door Bering Church IB looeted al. 1440 Harold Street (at the oorner of Mui· berry) For more tntormauon on the danoe, call 621-0670. -Lou and change A 81X week ser188 on ·oopi.ng wtth the st.ress ofl088 and change" w1ll be led by Dr. LAnnett.e Jones begtn· rung 'l\Jesday, Jan. 30 trom 6 ()(). 7 30 p.m. at the Cent.er for Cotmael· ing and Sp1rttua.l Growth. In t.h1s series. part.iclpant.s will be helped to understand more about. the grief prooeea, Jones said. Group mem· bers will pract.1ce f&m111a.r ooptng skills and develop new onee, she eaid :A.IDS has taken the lives ofm&n· y of our frlends and loved ones. In order to deal w1th t.he st.re88 or these 106eee we more learn more about ourselves:· Jones said. 1bere ts no fee for the aeriee. but donauons a.re aooepted. The Center !or Counseling and Sp1r1tual Bead.er asks 'No power any more?' rroa LU UUDftO• In 1985, Randall's Food Markets Inc. forced Steven Ltt.tle to restgn. because rwnor had it that he .. -THOMAS ALLIN had a roommate (w1th) AIDS'.' On PEACOCK 14s,y 16, 1986.lnaswornt.rlBlclop- M. rcr 1 1 •. 't· Dec 24, 1989 ostt.1on, Ra.ndall's admitted "... it. Onstead finally eaid that the Lit­tle incident. was a mtstake mad8 during 1965 AIDS l\ysterta but, remarkably, he 1S still unwilll.flg: to alter his written employee policy tomatchJamall'eonShepherd.t.hB Kroger Compe.ey, Apple Tree Mar­- )m ·, ball, w1lh AIDS endPd on was decided that. Steven ket.a a.nd others. Chustmas Eve mormng 81 the v A Llt.tlewouldeithervolun· ~~:~:v!:ieg~:~~;::h~~~~~~~~~1~ :d ~~~~ ~attars sonAllmandmanyfr1ends He1ssur- S1.noet.heoutofoourt.aet- t th ~I~~ ~~n~!!~~n:I ~~~~!~~~~~: tlement.,Randall'shasr&- 0 a anuncle Ph1llpAllinolLataye1te La tuMdallattempiabythe Editor Tom a Houston native and army Gay and Lesbian Polltjcal veteran had ')eoo 8Cllve tor years n CAUCUS to revise their politics and w,13 a &uccesstul exh1b,. employee pol1cy AIDS s.nd P,YdlBcrlm· lnaUon ls reported, ciljy· wide, daUy Just reoentr ly, R&nd;y Ovenden. wea.k. and near death. wast.old t.hat. he oould not tn0\18 from a one bed.rOom to a. t.wo bedroom ape.rt. ~~~~=~~;~a~~t~e!~8!'0~',:k11'~:"hC: At the grand opening of lal day$ at heme w th h 1 pets possi· Randall's newest. 24~hour PlagBh1p ble store tn Montrose, A<::r UP·Hous­ment.. ao a tnend could move in to help him. Ma.nagement. said,. well.no:we'dhavetofUm.1· gate and repaint and everything'.' Now. R&ndall'a, rtght on our own turf For roe, it.'a the last straw, an ton took the lead all weekend 1n p1Cket.lng the food gl&ll~ Picket.Ing affront wol'91 t.h&t. Councilman will continue, at least on Sat\ll'- P'r&nlt Mann's 1979 "oddwads and d&,yB Because of GI.PC's attempts &nd ACT UP dr&mat.1e&lly m&ITlng the elegant. grand operu.n.g, Ran.dall queers'" or former Mayor LoWe Weleh's .. shoot. the queers" atat.e­ments. I t.h1nk l.h1a one 1S gomg to rally t.he t.roops like we haven't. eeenSlnOe. It'saeoc1alandmed1cal tssue, we need the sport.a groups s.nd all A very broad b8sed ooalltJ.on of ( non·gay) s.nd g..y groupe s.nd bust· nesses met Wednesday at The Wom­en's Center tD determine strategy. Pl.ease call 713-523-9000 to report. all diacrtminatJ.on lru::tdents you know about a.nd to gtve graphics, prtnUng and promotJ.onal 1t.ems to help with a planned rally and more p1Cket.lng Aren't.you fed upwtthemployers and landlordS humll!.aUng and k1ck1ng our S1Ck. huddles while their down. and gays at random? Are we goi.n,g to allow low eel!.-. tsem and bei.ng worn out to d1c:tat.e toler&Uon o!tt tn the90's?\Vcya.re our elected ofrlC1als notoons18tentr ly making statemente before the med1a t.o set a. d.ltftlrent tone in our city? rm reacb' to march again, but. they say lesbians and gays and Roust.on have no troops or power an,yrnDre. Let's Ju8t. see. Growth ls located at. Cent.ral Pres­bytertan Church pe.rlor, 3786 R1ch· mend at Cumm1na Lane. For more ln!onnat. on >r to rett 1Utrcall 624- 6562 -Corporate donatiom C<1rpora.t.e undeirwn.ters have pledged '460.000 In support of Houston,s Feb. 3 production of "Heart Btrlngs· The NaUOnal Tout.' organizers oft.he beneOt. have an­nounoed. Tile Houston stop oft.he national tour or t.he musical tund ra18er is co-sponsored by tll8 Destgn. Indus­t. rles Foundation for AI OS ( DIFFA/ Houston) and Bering Community Servloe Foundation, which share respons1bUlty for organizing the event.. Eight.y·nve percent. of the prooeeds will be used locally by these groups for thetr eervioe and grant making programs, while the other 16peroent.w1ll bedlreetedto a n&Uonal grant pool, avauahle to nauonal groups and oomrmm1ty ba8ed orga.n1zatJons 1.n ctuee not ll'lCluded 1n the tour -Wellnesa program AIOO Foundauon Houston Ino (AFH) oontJ.nuee u.a January Wellne88 program schedule w1th the monthly introductory cla88 in Kwid&llnl Yoga l.hls ~.Jan 30 &rut a d1acu881on or eelf-hypno­s1S on Wednesday, Jan 31. The yoga class, taught by Bacy& Khalsa, ls int.ended. to help bring people in touch with their bodies and m1nd8 to enoourege st.rees re­duction through deep breathing, meditation and exerciBe. Khalsa 1S an inBt.ructor w1th Yoga for Llfe. She teaches the AFH class month· ly, usually on the third ~ of the month. T.C. IsNormand, dlrector or Be­havioral Dynamics, will lead the talk on self-l\YJ)nosis. leNormand wm d1SCuSS the benef\t.a orself.hyp­nos1S to reduce st.rees and "eelf.ac­t. uaU.zaUon" and1ts effect1venees in modJ.1YinBbehaV1ors. The class wW dispel eome of the oonunon mis oonoept10ns about eelt-l\YJ)nos1B as well as focusing on the prooeeees lnvolved in ach1evlng poe1ttve re­sults Regents expected to consider kicking ROTC off campus MAl)ISON, Wis. CAP)-The Uni· vertoity of WiM<·on1o1in Hoard of Re­Kl ·ntJI is l'Xpt'<"lt•d lo debate this <·oming wt•t·k whNhl'r HOTC: pro­grnm. 11 should ht- kit·ked off the Modu40n <.·ampus, UW Svi;tem Prersidt·nt Kenm;th 8haw s8ys "I would say· it.ti highly likely tht1t"ll be on the agenda;· Shaw 1'aid Monday of the- re-gents" riiet!t· ing Feb. l ·2. Shaw •wd he and CW-!\fadison t'hanct'llur Donna Shalala pion to annountt their n.'<:ummendations on tht- HOTC controversv earlv next wt-ek - • The UW-Madison fot·ult~- voted in Dect·mber to tmpport kicking ROTC programs tiff campu1s be­cautH.' oftht•ir politit•s against gay mtn and lt"8biams. Theo faculty t1a1d HOT(' pro~am1111>hould be re­movt'd from umpu~ by 1993 if such ROTC policiC'H urt• not. changC'd University policy ond i;tntt• luw prohibit discriminatmn on the ba sis of sexual preferem-..•. Hut. ol though gay men and 1£-')(bian" Cttn take ROTC classes at the Mndi~on campus. they are not allowt-d to enlist or be commii-i1ioned into thC' srmed forces under federal mili tary policy and are prohibitt-d from recei,·ing ROTC BC'holar ~hips. UW·Madison's Acadt.-mit• Staff Asoembly, which represents a<:a· der:nic i1taff member.-;_ ca11t-d upon university official~ Jut Wl1"k to work with celleagues at other land-gr~nt unin~iti('ti; to _chantce the m1h1ar:y·~ pohcy banning aay men and leiibiun" from ,t;t·rvi<:t>. UW Madii1on. us a land-grant school, ii. required to pro\'idt• mili tary traininK for its 1>ludent8. -RON BILBO Aon 81lb I mer advert111ng d•rec· tor }f it- M· -ntrose Voice. died on Jan 1c. frvm '"omphcations or an 1n­test1nal bypass operation According to his lolm1Jy. he had the surgery sev· etat years before in order to iose weigh! BecaU1e of !he 101uns re­leased 1n his system he suffered mas­sive Iver damage which led lo his death Washington is gov' for a day, then off to D.C. Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your B1lbowasbornRonrlleJoe81 bo'Jf'I Oct 1 ~947 1n Pa$8dena Texaa, and was raised 1n Galena Park by tus aunt betty McWhorter cAun11e Betry) and his grandmother He played m the band n h gh ICtiOol and regularly 11- 1ended chureh teadmg hss family to believe that he woukt one day be a preacher He went to h'lle with his mcither (now deceased) and stepfather •or a whlle but his steplather took him back to his Auntie Beny when he lound out that Ron was gay From then on. Aon was his Auntie Beuy·s child. and &he 10ved him and cared !or him until he dted She said. Wasn't nobody loved him hke rne and htS grandma did H11 mama never washed a diaper lor h•m Belore moving to Montrose Bilbo drove an ambulance and worked tor Houslon Memorial Funeral Home Wheo he 1e1t the employ of the funeral htune and moved 10 Mor1tr01e his 111e changed When h•$ Auntie Betty went 10 h11 house to get the su111n which 10 have him buried she •ound a collin cr.ank in the pocket In Monlrose, he was an owner of T msC.otleeShopon Westhe1mer be­fore 'Wo1k1ng lor the Montrose Voice Alter he lell the Voice he started the Houston Forum n('wspapef !hen went into iemt-rehremefll aller leav­tng there Hewa5 weu knciwn !or hav­mg a btg heart and IOf part1c1pat•ng on many fund raisers 1n the community Services 101 Bilbo we-rel! Memorial Funeral Home on Monday Jan 22 with bunal foltow1ng al forest Park Cemetery He 1SSU/'\'1vc<I by h 1 aunts. Betty McWhorter and Dons Fuller h1S son. Charles Scoll. h11 cousins Mildred Payne, Willy Brown, David Brown and S<1m fuller <1nd. his friend. Carolyn Scon He 11 a1so survr'tled by a lamlly of fr1ends1nth8Montroso Ashewasdy~ 1ng. someone broke 1n10 his apart• men1 and stole all his valuables. which lhe family had intended lo sell to pay tor the lunera1 Several don• hons have already been made to the family lo help delray lhe cost. and an­yone who 'W1She$ to contnbute may send donations In care ct Joe Porro. Box 66414. Hoo11on. TX 77006. Make checks or money orders oul to Betty M~Whorter II any money 11 leH atter funeral e"pense Mrs McWhortftf said she w•ll donato 11 lo the Bering Foundatt0n because Flonnle hked to raise money !or them 11 woukt be a good lh1ng to :io J."rom page J Ho«'t't:f'r. there- u·as a small cloud m tht• day's blue-sky m the form of a fight that Craig \t.'ashmgton did not e"Xf>«l: tu·o conteompt of court chargt'l:i that supporteors quickly d110m1.,st'd as ··a teomJX>st m a tea put. Whether the ;udgel:i u·1ll du; miss the charge1> or not is arwthu matter. But. la.st Saturday, 1t u·a.s not bt>lu•n•d a ··proper"' topic for di10tU£t;1on. An aide of the ron­gn• si;man ·s hou·et•er, told tht• Montroi:;e Vou·e t~re u·ould be nt'u.~ soon of importance to the rt'ader10 of thl' Voiee. ~ PHOTO BY BILLIE DUNCAN Vt·sp1te that grl'J blur on the ho­rizon. thl' l(l'nl'ral mood of staff and fnends u·o.s extremely pos1- ta·e. At Wa1>hington 's side u·as tht• "First lady of Tf'Xas" for the Craig "'ai.hinRton and family an all smiles at the statehouse m Austm last Soturday day, lJr. Desmar Walkes. u·ho said "/ th111k my cum·et1trat1.on's go· 1>he u·as /ooki11g foru·ard to settmg mg to be Ofl the abortwn nghts i.s up a family med1c111e practice m 1;ut·s that are llCJU' m the Con \\"ashington D.C. and plat1t1ed to gress," sht• said, ··as u·ell as em·1 bf.· acth·t· 111 set·nal areas. r<mmental issues and health care-which 1s a natural for m<'. I'm co11cemed most about the at· ce:>s to health care for all thr l'lll• uns in this countr.}'. and thrOuJlh my practice (of medicmeJ It's be-rome l'<·ry appaf(·nt that some­thrng nr<·dH to 1>4.· dom• to make it readily acc1·.ss1bl<· to nerybody 110 maft('r u·hat the sltuatwn." Whatt·t·<·rimpa('t that l\.'111Jhmg ton hai. on tht• Uith Cu11gresi;1011al VIHtrict, hi.~ lieti.H' of drstwy u·1/I 1mdoubtf'dl) lead hm1 on. Ht· clo11ed ho; 1>/J('ech b_\ ~a)'m/l. "'I hoJX> m) Mt'rt'ICt' 111 tht• Cm1jlre.ss of th(' L'nilt•d States u di bt.· 11uch that a., thn· nuu· look at mt• to .'i('f' u·hu is thil> pt•ri-on u·ho fullou10 ,\11ckt•)' /.('/a11d-a1i thty looked a M1ckeJ· lf'la11d tu 1>('f' tht• mea.surt· of that prr11u11 u·hu u-as then /ol­Jou- ml{ Barbara Jordan-om· day u·hn1l11tepduu·11frum that olf1cl' and the bnwkr d1·ar,., thedu.~t 11et ti<'S, 1( I do m)' ;ob tht• u·ay that you pra)' I hat I do my ;ob-tht•)' 'II lvok back to Iii'(', u·ho 1s th1.~ person who follou:.~ Craig \'r"ashmNton to thl' Congrl'.~!J of thl' Vnikd Statr11!'" seNice, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice AZT dose recommendation split in half by FDA By DEBORAH MESCE ":>A Hf. '-'C"'TRO&Ev e WASHl1'GTO!\ tAP1-T~e Food and Drug Adminiotration on Tues· day cut in half the recommended do"e of the anti-AIDS drug AZ'I: redudng the cost and likely ~1de ef· f('("t1' of AZT therapy. Some phyflician experts in treat­ing AIDS already are prelK'"ribing lowt•r doHeS. The aKency's a<·lion will Mend the message to other doc· tors that th(' low dose is 01:1 ('[ft'<'· tivt• as the high dose and cauMC'S few1·r side ('ffects. The FDA ordered changes in the lnb<'IM on AZT, also known as zidovudine, to recommend 600 mil­ligram11 a day afU>r one month at 1.200 milligromR a day, the previ ous rf'COmmendallon for a daily dost". The C'hanace ·meanA thut ft·wer patients may have to di8("(Jntinue AZT therapy becau8e of Merious 11id(' effecta;' Henlth and Human Service!'! St>cretary LouiM ~Ulli\'an said in a Mtatement. Dr. Jame'B MaAOn, aasi"tant s.ec­retary for heuhh, snid the- lower dm1e al80 would reduce treoatment COf;lli for All>S patit·ntA n-c.·eoiving AZT. A y('ar'• treutm<·nt with AZT at th(• C'urn•nt re<.·ommt•nded do!'e COt4l.A about $K,OOU or more. 'I\lea­doy'a r<'<'ommt>nclution would mNtn nnnual C'OMtH of ahoutS·1,300 or more. Mark Harrinw:ton, rt>presenting tht- AIDS activiMt l{roup A(,l trP. said the FDA'a action waa ·•great newa'' and important b<'(·uu .. t• it will jeel the word to ''(·on11ervutive dot·ton" who prt·•cribt• ~lrit·tly ac· c-ord1na to a dru)(t1 latwl. The dt'<'itiion alt10 i11 important l>KnUM(" h1ah dot1t'8 or AZT havf' ht-en kE't'plnlf All>S patient.II out of dinical drul{ tnah1, in which the drug is compared with other them pies. In these trials AZT u; admin­istered at the previously roct1m­mended high dose. hf' 8aid •·Partly because of c08t and purl· ly because of toxicity, we need W find out what the lowt"f't J><H111ible dc1~e is,"' he said. Harrington said the FDA rec:om mendation was long ovt•rdue Ht" noted that preliminary findinl{A of the study on which the action is bat>ed were released la"t July On the bm;is oft host' initial find· ings by the government'8 Nation· al Institute of Allergy and Info<> tious Diseases, many physic1u11K began prescribing the lowt•r dtise. Dol'e recommt-ndation& on thl" la btl do not prtvenl doC'tors from prt>scribing higher or lower dose• of the drug ii they believe il i11 wur· rantl"d The FDA said chmC'al data from the study became "11utflti('ntly col· lected and analyzed" in No\'emher and were Huhmitted to the FDA by thC' monurecturt-r. Burroughs WellCt.1me Co., on Dt·c. It\. Whill" producing fewer advt-r:oe reu<·t1onJt, tht• half·dot<t• regimen waa n11 eflt't."ltv(' 011 o higher te&t drn.11 in prolonl(ing &urvi\"81 and rtdutmg th1· fr('<IU(·nn: of opportu niHtiC' inf<•fllonH that often kill AIDS patif'nlll, a(·cordmg to the nwenc~;'K unulyHiM The totudy. how<•vt·r. did not de­l(• rmin<' whNht•r thC' lowt·r dose is 88 t•ffC'ctivt• in uiding nt·urological prohlem8 in AJJ>S patients, offi­<' inls amd. AZT 111 thl" only anti-Al D8 drug uppru\'1•d by th(' FDA thot dir('Ct!y «ombnt& thr virus that couti('M the lntul di111·ui;<·. whiC'h dt·stroys the body't1 ah11ity lo rt-')(lMt infections and other d1"t'RJ.1<'8. I low1•\'t'r. the highly toxic drug can inhibit tht- produ<·tion of red blood <.'t'lha, r:RU!"inlC S('\"f'rf' anemi­a. It con nlao reduce the numbt·rof infection·fightinl( white blood cells Lo dangerously low levelK. n. .. quiring the patient to dil'COnlinue use ol the drug. In the clinical i;tudy, 262 Pll t1ents wen: given l.=}00 milligramH of AZT a day fortwoyeurs, toM'<'lf higher-than·r<'C'Ommf'nd(-d doi-t·K produce an:i.· hen('fit. Anoth('r group of the Mame Kilt' WRK givc·n 1,200 milligrami; a day for u month and then 600 milligrams a day for the rc•!ll of the period, Kaid Kathy Bartlett, napokt·Hpenum for Burroughs Wt•lkome. PatiC'nUI in the low-dosl' group were found to hnvl' frwc·r s ide ('f fecl!I than th0t1e 111 th1· high·dOMI' f(roup without any appur('nl dif· ference in benefit. Among thOlif' rtp. cC'iving the high do11t·0 nt.·orly half hod serious advenie rC'OCt10nM thnt required them to du1rnnlinul' AZT treatment, whilt· only a quarter of the low·do~e pouenl.M had to Mlop treatment. 4 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY JANUARY 2f:. 1990 Montrose Classifieds To advertise. all Montrose Classifieds 529-8490 TOPIC INDEX Monday 1hrough Friday. 9am 10 6pm. RATE -4 ,., ... ne o4 Advertise! It'll Be Good For You! woros s.-., e Sf>t" Al. """•11 M&aft\ead not!Ur>ges 1Qr4..,eos en.-.ay34Cperw : ana S2 ~5 per l'lc•d ne r;e1 .... ee~ SPECIAL Aavtn .. Hll'll Ml ct!• .. fol 13 V.Hlr.S tnen pey JC P'I' woo•n S-t2 perl'INO,,. pei .... Hi. ffi(E.)Pf AJ.. m- l'&g •n II free1a1ciutl1'11•e1F1tllr1c1ru1n Y( - tr 'Jy'"' M< "ll'f rn· A( ·· II.Pl 11n •lit< .,. 1 or •t , pt1r1 i•ya1 Pl'f Just call. 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Originally pre- 1u.•nt.t.-d h<-re in 1975, tht· produc· tion retain• itst:harm ond st rva-t•­ability, while offoring nt·w and 11triking portrayal• from a \'try 11trong ca•t Thia production hnM to IK' C'Ount· t'<i UH om• of tlw major rN·C'nt tlU<'· ct·sst·a !or I WO, wt•ll up on a li11t thut inducli-lf 1>t·rformon<"t·& of Tht• Mikndo, Tnnnhnu1H•r, 'l'urandot and Horis Godunov. llnppi~t nt'w.!I of all iM that two of the pnm·1pal roles art' o~umt•d b). rec:tnl graduath of the- llou!lton Opt.·ra ~tudio ~ PHOTO BY JIM CALOWELL tht< thralls of romunet' with ht'r young lo\·er. In all, Mi111 Bar11to" ga\'t' a perfomlBnt't'that f8JK·inat· t.-d ond t.•un\'mt.·ed. but did not t-omplt'tt'ly »tlti11fy. The Kontroee AcuVll\Y Cent.er held a 8\.iOCle8Bt\ll r.elebrauon '90-n.m Houston Juckofl' oampaJCn at R1ch'1 t.h18 past Sunoay They .,.. t.rytnC "' help support Houstonian8 who want. to go to the g~ g&mes t.h18 summer D nirose ithbor­hood Sports in Va.noouver wtt.h n.md rai81ng a&l!Btr &nee, team un1- fonns, T-8h1rt8 and but.t.ons &nd so on With t.heit help, 'l9am Houst.on will be & de1\n1t.e hit Well, tlledogftght oontimJb.:t. For the week ending J'&n 19. the top t.en tea.ms b&ttlloC it. out were: l) Past Tl.me, 2) B&ochua I, 3) Brt&r Pat.ch, 4) Ll.pstJck, 8) Ra.lnlxlw Ranchers. 6) CM N ··:uen." 7) Happy H&z.a.rds, 8 J Chicken Ranch. 9) Fee­uve Flve and 10) Bwlkhouse 6 Su<tanne l\frntur 81'1 the titular <ktavmn has 11lrt•ady de\'elopt'(i an intt'rnatmnal t.•11.rei:·r in thf' fl...., yen~ smft> ahe 111tudwd and pt·r· torml"d ht·n- with the 11tudio. Reo­turning triumphantly to the par t·nt t."(•mpany sht• rnntributes ht<rt' a J*rformant."t" that estahlishee ~wr in tht• front rank uf mt•no IK>' pranoe t·urrt·ntly l~:fort the public. Althoutch tht- vou:t· t:lllt'M:Ory of 'fo lcun' is rwt uftt-n l'itt·d in con t.t.•mporury parlom·t'. it is within lhiH tradition thJt ht·r inMtrumt·nt could ht'!ll lw dt"l'lt·rillt•d (Patti and Malibran nre tht• lx·2-1t hu.;toricnl cxamplt'M). Tht• lowt•r rtl•:-i"krti ure fully t'Quulizcd with an em1y and ~il\'t-ry upper t'xh•nlfion, and tht• husitally lyric tmund tan bt> opent"<I up with rt·iil powt·r hl'ld in re11ervt·. Tht• vom• is firmly under control. ~upple tllld pliant. indud· ing thl' ladlity to Mhudt" and Color at any volumt• lt·Vt>I Shf' ha11 alH-O that ral"t"llt of rommodillt•s UHually <·allffi un(• lannE- dans a voix ( a tear in tht• voi<"t•I. $usannf' Mentur a1> Octat·1an and Janice Gm11wm a1 Soph11•'" HG0'1> produetll)n of Ru:hard Straus.\' ·v,., Rusenltadin' Tht· rult• of Baron Ochs was as· Mu med bv dt>but artiatArtur Korn, w hofit· ~<)re than t>t·rv iceable bai;s wa11 rl'Monant throuKhout the en­tire :l O<"l8\'t· range rt.'Quired for this part. Given thut a somt'what bl ol'k twund rt·miniscent of Golllit•b 1-'ri<·k pnvoiled through· out, tht• hight.·r nolhl wtre pro­dut ·<•d with a 11urprising bright· nt•ss nnd doritv. And ht• was able t•vt·n tc1 MU!ltain.thut notorious lo" E llt tht• t•nd of At.·t 'IWo. His ap· pnllH'h to tht· t.·harut:tt•r wm; more nit a <·ountrified hon vivant let lm>Ht· on on unl'iUlipt'ding Vienna thun att the hopdt"Ss buffoon of. lt'n urwatured in more tradition· al prudut1ionK. I'ot to say that he wa11n't the romplete boor; ju8t thut ht• y, as more likt>oble than u11unl 4Kratt'fully aol. belie\·ably obit· to lorgi\'e- and forgt't hi8 be­intc ht'8tt'<i by tht• youni(t'rl'8\ alier for thl" hund of Sophit•. '!be next league meet.Ul418 Feb. 11 at aoo p.m at the Ranch For the t.h1rd OOnaecut.lve meet.tng. we wUI d18CUS8 the opuona for the summer campaign. Unsubsta.nuat.ed rumen have been spread &bout the board wanung t.o char'lge th1n'9 It. l8 un­pon.. ant for all t.o attend eo the !&ct.a can be presented. A1\.er the <IJ.8cua- Mu~icall)' and dramatically MiRS Mentzt'r ha!' gotten to the es- 11ent't' of this tmu1<er role and t>he proJl'<·t1t thl' mo,..t bt-lievablt> l i year old ca\.·alie-r in re<.-ent memo­ry. So much so that the implied, but ohvious. physical r('latiom;hip with the older MarsC'hallin is p(·r· C'('ivt-d with rt·sonances that hor· d<·ron the immoral. Moreover, his her s<·enei:> as the ch am lx>rmaid Muriandt•l t•merge unduttl'red with implications of "double drag" oftt'n enoountl'red with less t.•onvincing portrayals. Although rdntively nt:w to thiR most de­manding and belovt.·d of operoti<· impt>n;onations, Mentzer hru; luid daim to the role with a very per­sonal and satisfying stamp of her own. Wekome hClme, diva. and many happy returni-;~ Making her debut in a major roll' with 1-HIO i• th<-111tudio'11 mort" rt"<'f'nl grnduntt- Junit"t· GrillSom. a.M the innoct·nt and linitiallyl nn i\·e Sophit•. Ont t·Xpt'C.11'1 uny p<·r· fonnt"r who 8K8Uml'1l thi11 rolt• to haVf• the mon<•y not('S-thoi-;e abo\'f" tht• stuff and ht:yond. Miss Grisnom"11 tHh·nt indudt·Y th<·nt• in abundance, UK wt·ll UN n tourpris· ingly full-thronkd ond rounded sound in the middlf' und bottom. Many lyric NOpranot1, including tiome V("ry fumouH namt·B, nt·gle<"l tht' dt·vl'lopmt'nt of the entin rnngt• by cnm·t•ntrnting l'xdu11iv€'­ly on the top, with u re14ultant un· bet.·oming hootint'Slt. In addition to lht· l'lt'l'urity of tont· prvduction al­n: ady in t•vidt·nce. Mit>a Grissom's voice at this !1l8Kt' giv<'" promise that it may grow, with careful hu11banding. into a trut' :-;pinto. JOtlephmt" HnrKtow's appear-once ai; the Mar8challin was aomewhat puzzling. Her sound 1s 1dightly veiled. with a burniHht..J Nht'l·n that sati1'fit'!"ienormously in the quieter passoges, Owing pt>r­haps to a slight indibpoKiticm, howeve~ she did not produl't' tht· nqui8ite \'olume in the biJU(l'r 8«'nes, and the final trio purlieu larly. to match her on-stagt· t•nl leagues. While she portrayed tht' feminine ond worldly ntspt·<.·tM ol her character with ripe conviction in the opening scenets. the> closing monologue of Acl one went be yond mere introspection to a kind of self·absorption. And, although not graciously ~tumM or coiffed for her appearance in the cunclud· ing scene of the opera. she played the Marschallin a1:1 much toongal and world weary for a woman who had only two days earlier lx'<'n in Mut·h wois lo ht· admirt-d in the ancillary rol('11. In particular Ernst Gut,,.tt•in was titrong of voice, ca pi· talizing on the <·xaggerated hour.ct'Ciist'rit' of \'On Faninal. while Adria FireHtone nnd Joseph Frank wt•rt• juHt right as the oleaginou11 Italian ftycophants Annino and Valzocchi. The con· du<'ling of John Dt•Main was his u1:1ual journeymnn output, careful­ly t·ontrolll'<I with good coordino tion hl.'lween the pit and the stnge. Om.• wiMhea ht> t:ould learn to br<•ath<• morP with the singers and find more pcll.·try in tht:' 11core. Performant·~ rontinue in the Brown Auditorium of the Wortham Ct"nl.E'r tomorrow, next 'l'u('Sday and Friday e\'enings at 7:00 p.m ston a vote will be taken On beh.&lf of the entlre league, J want t.o Wish Roger as~ recover­y He has been hospU&ltzed wtt.h a long stand1ng hereditary 1llneaa &nd we all hope he's back on t.hebea.tvery eoon. Here's t.o -P&t We cover the News of Montrose Interior designers sell work to benefit AIDS The l-JA.\1MO~IJ. Ind. AP lntt" •r dl lmoY.! on~ JM-'rrnnally with 8C· •~ntte m nur1hwl"9l lndulna and llh quired 1mm10n(' d('fiC'it·nc·y Byndrom~. nois will dc1natt• proreed• from tht'1r hutthcdu1e~prumptedhertolaunch work totht- Jncl1unu All)S FoundatuJn lntmor l>etii((nen1 l'nittod M11rlu. l>u·k uf Jlnmmond .a.y11 11h~ •·Aftt'r rt'a.dinjC abou1 it. 1t'• really **************************** ! BEEPER SALE. MO ! * * ! CREDIT NECESSARY. ! ** Wide Area Coverage. 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Texas 770CJ6 AIDS fight needs more Washington cash, hearing told By ,JACK 8CHHhlBMAN SA?\ FHAr-.iCIS('O 1Al'J-Ovt·1 tht· nul four yl'll)'l(, tht" Al C>s t·p1· dt·Mi<' wiJl·c·ost .tht' l't1Untr\· ~l hil· lion a yt-ar. an t·xpt>rt on the inc.·ur ablt' dist'&Sf' prl'dit-tt.<f at a run· grt•saional oommitlt'(' ht·nrinl(. Tht·hurinf{Jan lti.mttndt·dto ht•lp product' a projt'<'tiun lor tht· lt·dt•ral 1991 budgl'l. was ka·kt·doff with San Franc.-iMt·u Min:or Art AKnos pll'ading for mort• .go\.·l'rn· mt•nl hl'lp. Tht• San FrnnciMc.·o plan. or mod t•I, to t'O!>e with the dt·ntMlntion ol ot·<1uired immune dt•ficll'nry 11yn· drome, •·is near collapsl':• tht• mny· or tt·t.:tifil'd. dl'spite tht' admiration of the world for the nty'1 cumpas· 11ion and ('ffec·tivenf'n. . ~ow , for the linit time. tht·re iK reason to belieH that \H can stave off death with ('arh intt·r· vl'nt1on treatments and 0 yl't the hope that oci('ncc and rt'11eorch hm; bought comN1 ut o prict• thttt governmc.·nt won't puy;' AKno11 told the federal building hl'Oring. Agnos found extrt•me irony in hu.; observation thot tht• ff'dl'rttl wonrnment will pay for AIDS hm;pitalization c.·ot1tt1 only if tht' vit·tim ih hit by pnt·umonia and nut for earlier inlt•rnntion ht-fore insidious symptoms f!Urfan'. "Th('re il'i 1o;omNhinw M•riouHly wrong with a ftdt·ral polit:y· that r('Quirl's people to go to death'11 door before thl'y find a welroml' mat: · addt•d the mayor b1tinwly. It was estimated thot iO pt•n·ent of A IDS care CoHts go for drugs, principally AZT; I~ pt·rn•nt for dinical visits; and I~ pt•rct•nt for lnboratory tC'tiU.. It wa11 tt·1o1tified that AZT cosb S6,000 a year per potient for I 200 milhl{ram den•"'· but that recommt!ndt>d reduC't.'d doses could bring that down to ~J.500 a year. Rep. Barbara Boxer, D·Calif., chair of the Human Resour<'f's Task Force of the House Hudg("t Committee, said it ii; paradoxical that while the government inve"t· ed millions to develop und tl'f1t an· ti·AIDS drugs .. "'the ndmini~tra tion stops at the point of mo king these drugs availoble to all who Drl' unable to t1<'<"Urt.• lilfo 1mving treatmt·nts through tht•ir own means" San 1-'rancisco has had more than iOOO case11 of AIDS Hmce the l'pidemic bt·gan, tht' third largest incidence of a U.S. major metro­politan art.•a, ac.·c.-ording to thf' Cen· tN·s For Di8ea8e Control in Allan ta Agno8 said f>OOO P<'<>ple have died of AIDS in Son Froncisco since the start of the t·pid<·mic, and that probably f>OOO will dit' of it in the nex:t three yeant, whilt' another 5000 will be diagn<M1ed with the disease Dr. George W. Rutherford. direc· tor of the San Francisco AIDS of­fice, said the c.-ombined public·pri· vate cost of AIDS will bl-$:} billion· plus for the nation ov<'r the next four years. and $100 million for San Vrancisco alone. He <•stimat· edabouta third of both fiJ{urNl will be financed by the public His chilling statistics through 1993 for San f<'ranci1o1t·o, bt•hind on· ly New York nnd Lo11 Angel<>S in HIV incidt·n«•, indud<• ~0.000 vie· tims avE>raginK ~40,000 vi11it.8 a year and rt."quiring JOO hMlth care workerl'i und Klaff "Tht'8<· ("Ofrll11 are tn·mendoui;. both in the puhlk M't'tor and in the prirnll' st'<.·tor;· aaid Hutht·rford .. However, tht· puyoff11 art> trt·men· dou~ aM wl'll-a «hllnt'<' to pnvent premature dt•ath, n ('hnnt·e to pre--­vent sul ft·rinK and po1o1Mi bly a C'ham·<· to Mtop lurther trnnsmit1· sion ol HIV'' Te~timony thnt drew lavish prai!ie from Bc1xt•r camt· from Lee C. Smith. pr~1dt·nl of Lt•\"I Straui; Internationlll. a t'timpany ~mith said providt>S AZT to employees di­agn08l.< f with HI\' ''Thl' bui<inesa community must improvE"" health btonf'fits and ac­CetiS to dt.'C"ent. aflordable health care for its t·mployt'(>8:• hl' said . .. The privatto tol't'tor mu1o1t carry its fair share of th<• health C"Ore bur· den without inshtutin~oroondon­ing unfair di1o1triminatory practic· es in private im1uronc.·t· c.-ovt·rage." Medical experts slam 'racist' AIDS pamphlets JOHANNESBUHG, South Afrira IAP)-Pamphlets daiming white11 will be wiped out by AIDS unless tht•y isolate them1:1elvt'tl from blacks have been condemned by medic.-al experts as a rii<ht·wmg plot to create public hysteria Hundred.t> of the ·•Facts on AIDS"' pamphlets have be-t'n di~­tributed in areas around Johan· neRburg rt.'Cently by a j(roup urg· ing whitl'S to "sa"\·e thl' whitt• ran· from extinction_" AIDS l'Xp<·rtg say the pamphlets are compll'U·ly misll'ading and are intendt•d to cn·ate fear and racial tl'nl'lion. Police said Tuesday· th<' pnm· phleto had not cau1n-d any prob­lemio and they could not a c.·t againi;it the unknown author• ht-­cause no public complaints hnd hf.en rt'<:~h"ed. ' \\..l' could not do anything until thf'rt> was evidence it Wiliji suhn•rt intc publit· moral~ 1 polict· 1;pokesperson said group called the AIDS lnforma- The pamphll'ta claim that AIDS tion Oil:itribullng Society claim can be spread by ca8ual contact, many South African blacks have including via toilet seats, 8wim- acquired immune deficiency syn ming pools, multiracial churchei;, drome and whites must protect multiracial hoteli; nnd distribu themselves from infection tion of communion wafers during White!> are urged to avoid areas church i:;ervices. where the races mingle. such as in- The pamphlets appeared as the ~~=~~b~:::1:e~!nc!i:~e:·e::~ South African governml'nt is mov­ing to desegregate ~ome public fa· c.·ilities as part of ita stated aim of ending apartheid. Many whites strongly oppose the attempts to l'nd deoegregation in publit· focili· ties. Dr. Dennnis Sifris, a senior AIDS specialist at Johannc1:1burg Hospital, said the pamphlet was 'ridiculous" and completely mis­leading. month to ensure th<'Y do not have AIDS. The South African government used to claim that the African Na­tional Congress, the main black political movement, was bringing A IDS into the country when it!oi in· fected guerrillas infiltrated acrofls the border. The claims have been dropped as the governmt·nt has taken a more moderate pot;ition on dealing with the MC. .. It's ob\-iou1o1ly put out by an ex· Prof~or Ruben Sher. head of trt-me lunatic fringe groupwhoare the South African Medical Re­trying to scare everyon~ :· he fl.aid. gearch Council's Aids Ct·nh'r, said The three-pagt> pamphlt•t.a pro- lht> pamphJt·ts mnkt· errunt'()U.s duC('d by u previously unknown claims, includinK a101t·rtiunH that AIDS is preud by C."''1 ual rontact and through m<>t4quito bitea. Sher also ("r1t1c1zed the pam­phlets' 1o1ugge,.tion that white" make their black ~l(·r\'ants take regular monthly tesl.8 to ensure they do not han AIDS. ·•This is a blatant ra<"ial slur:· Slwr said Johannesburg nt•wl'ipapen; 8aid nothing was kno~n about the group behind the pnmphleti.i. South Africa ha"' n·ported about 300 AIDS caSl'tl among whitt'b. with an unknown number of peo­ple afflicted by the human immu­nodeficiency v1ruH, or HIV. Although nu firm statisti('S are available, AIDS is thought to be more widt·spread among blackl:i, reflecting the major spread of lhe dise&e among hetero~exuals in some other African natiom . Scientists aay AIDSisApreadby SE""Xual int<'rt"OUf'Se, throul{h run­laminlltE"" d blood or syrmg(" n('(.<fle8, and 1hr11uJCh infected motherft to unhorn rhildrrn Fla. county approves law banning housing discrimination WEST PALM BEA( II. Flu {AP>-Gay peoplr and unmarrit-d. couplt·I'"> will be protn:lt-d frum houMing di.!<crimination under un ordinan('(> pru-sl'd by tht· Palm Bl'ach County Commission and hnilt>d as a major vit:tory for l(ay riJ:hlH in the statto. The passage oftht• 11rdinanet• by the Palm Bea('h Commi:•uiion makes it the only county in Flori dn with a civil rights law that cov l'r8 J>l'Ople of '"·aryinK M.·xuol orit•n tatrnns In addition to hommH'xuals and bisexuals, tht· Inv. protecta pe'(Jplt• on tht• basis of age and marital ata tua. Thl' protttt1ons paM&t-d b} &.he C"Ommission go beyond whnt 18 mnodated by slate and h•dl'ral laws, which CO\.'l'r rUl"t'. t1t·x, t·olor. n·ligion. national orijlin and hundicap (~ounty rommissiont•r11 vott-d ·l·l Jnn. 16 to approve tht• ordin1mc.'C.'. It will protect gays, unmorrit·d couph·s and young pt·o plt• from di11c.-rimination in housing and public.- accommodationit, inc.·lud mg hotels, thl'iltera and n·stau rnnta. -·- lt'h sad that we have to go through a situation like this when we have to lii;t peopll' not to di.._q. criminate agrunst:• said the Re\" Julia Seward. pru1tor of the Metro­politan Community Church of the Palm Beache1:1 in West Palm Beach, which gerves a pn-domi· nantly gay congregation Opponent8 of the ordinanC(', though. weren't happy with the panel's decision ' With the legitimate status this gives to these groups, they will come out of tht' ci08f't and into tht' titret'b» much like ~an Franci:ico and our own l'"ort Laudl'rdate;• l'md Allen King, a Lakl' Worth landlord. '·Legal isi.ues and morality ar(' lft•parate i~ues:· County (~<>mmiA· 1ioner Carol Hoht•rt11: said. "We had a re:1olution toduy declaring Broth<'rhood Week. \Vt''re trying to do uway with dis('riminotion:· Commissioner Ron Howord, a Ht·publican running for state agri· rultural commissioner. cost the di!'Rt:·nting volt'. He •nid the ordi· nance goes beyond h•df'ral stan· o ....... _......._ ... _.....,_ darcls, which require addmg only the mentally handicapp('d and families with children tothooe prt>" tected by the count)··a fair housing law The hou8ing law. expec.·led to take efft.'Ct thret' weeks after it is filed with the state, will beenfon·e--­able county widt• unle&H a munici· pality has its own regulations, said Assistant County Attorney Tammy FiPldH The county JOinc>d at least 45 other governmental juri.t>dictions in the nation that ban housing dis crimination b88t'<l on 1uual ori('n· talion. said Allan Teri. chairper­son of the AmE""rican Bar Afa&oda tion ·s Commitke on the Ril(hts of Gay People. The only 8imilar law in Florida, in Dadl' County, wa11 repealed by county voters in 1977 in a rrferen dum led by singer and former or ange juice 111><1kt'Hpt·r11011 Anita Bryant. ~ffort.s an· undt·r way in Broward County to reviHe that county"s human rights law to in· elude protection for gay men and But bt:c:au Broward County's Jay. wa." adoptt.<f throul(h the state Legislaturl' the rt•\ isiun must get lawmakers· approval and be rati­fied in a public rt•ft>rt'ndum , Teri i:;aid At thr- public.· h('nring to adopt the Palm Bt•i1t·h ( 'ounty ordi· nancl', propont·nltl wort• purple buttons Htomix>d in pink saying "Housing i~ a right, not a privi· lege."' But othl'nl toaid tht• ordinance wasn "t fair lo propnty owners. 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In last week's Montrose Voice, Sheri Cohen Darbonne, in an excel-: lent interview with Randall's retired president, Robert R. Onstead, elicited several interesting responses. Onstead conceded that the 1985 /ir­ing of Steven Little was a "mistake" explained by AIDS hysteria at the time. Perhaps Randall's would do well to i~nore right-wing hysteria today and reasonably and officially extend its non-discrimination policy to gays in light of Onstead's declared attitude that "we try to be a part of the com­munity everywhere we put in a store:' Just as with the black civil rights movement Onstead uses the tactic of divide and conquer- he refers to the "activists" on the picket line as sepa­rate from the gay employees he alleg- •es exist in all their stores (and how · U.Vas this ascertained). In a recent movie version bf "Driv­ing Miss Daisy" there is a telling scene in which Miss Daisy, an elderly South­ern Jewish lady, attends a dinner be­ing addressed by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. And over this telling scene with Miss Daisy's driver sitting in the car listening on the radio, King points out that the biggest threat to civil rights is not the bigots on the front lines but the silence of the oppressed and those who would otherwise sup­port that movement. You may not sympathize with the tactic of picketing or even the idea of openly fighting for gay rights, but your silence or worse, your patronage of Randall's, casts a resounding vote against the struggle for gay rights. We challenge Onstead to live up to his language when he says, "I feel I have an obligation to be /air to all peo­ple:' We demand so little but Randall's feels safe to ignore even that. The fight for gay rights is just, and this boycott is crucial to those rights. If you can~ot picket, join the HGLPC and do not shop Randall's and-most important-write a letter to Randall's expressing your displeasure. Randall's must discover there are other voices out there. Letters can be written in the privacy and security of any closet as well as the openness of being "out:', and it still carries the same weight. If yQu have ever wanted to have a say in the future of the gay communi­ty, this is the right time, the right cause and the right method. And vic­tory can be oh so sweet. • • • The gay community may suffer a re­sounding defeat in Dallas soon. After rallying the community statewide over homophobic language and views of Judge Hampton in a now infamous murder case, the Dallas Gay Alliance pledged to defeat Hampton's re-elec­tion and even picketed a political rally for Hampton. Now there is a very good chance Hampton will win re-election by de-i l~I r-:;::i.SHEER INSANITY t. ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY fault-no opponent. Ponder the mes­sage that goes out from such a result. He briefly had an opponent in the per­son of Judge Breshear, a black county jullge yearly picked as the worst on the bench by Dallas County attor­neys. Breshear began as a Democrat, switched to the Republicans and faithfully did their bidding and, in re­turn, was guaranteed re-election. Now Breshear is a Democrat again, not by conversion to a just cause but because Governor Clements refused to appoint him to a state judgeship. So Breshear picked up his marbles and rejoined the Democrats. Breshear withdrew from the race with Hampton when a federal judge enjoined the holding of judicial elec­tions. Now with those races back on Breshear is trying to get back in the race. Ascribing to the theory of "anyone but Hampton:' Breshear's election could be seen as a victory, albeit hol­low considering Breshear's judicial limitations. Perhaps the DGA needs some les­sons from Houston in the value of alli­ances with the county Democratic structure (i.e., the Brad Wright case). 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