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VOLUME 22, NUMBER 34 OCTOBER 25 - 31, 1996
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Why Gay Voters Should Stick with the Democrats
FRESH BEATS INTERVIEW
by Tom Henderson
Dance Music Star France Joli Makes Comeback
by Jimmy Smith
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TALK THE TALK
/lND
WALK THE WALK
BY TOM HENDERSON
F
inally, some in the Republican Party
have begun to understand that most
Americans do not believe that hate is a
family value. They have learned to at least
profess their opposition to "discrimination
of any kind," but carefully avoid specific
support for equal rights for gay Americans.
Unlike the clarion call to cultural war
sounded by Patrick Buchanan and Pat
Robertson in Houston in 1992, a kinder,
gentler version of the Republican Party
was on full display in San Diego this summer. Republican Vice Presidential candidate Jack Kemp, in his call for a "big tent
party," asked for the "support of every single American" and promised that "we're not
going to leave anybody out." Those words
must have provided great comfort to the
three (yes, as in 1-2-3!) openly gay
Republican convention delegates.
But has the Republican Party really
changed its past views on gay and lesbian
Americans? Hardly! Republican Presidential candidate Bob Dole was the lead
co-sponsor of the anti-gay "Defense of
Marriage Act" [DOMA], and told the rightwing Washington Times that he opposes
''the special interest gay agenda ... from
gays in the military ... [to] special status for
sexual orientation under federal civil rights
statutes." In his most recent debate with
President Bill Clinton, Dole again voiced
his opposition to "special rights" for those
living a particular "lifestyle."
On May 25, Jack Kemp criticized the
U.S. Supreme Court's decision striking
down Colorado's initiative to deny specific
civil rights protections for homosexuals,
saying, "I think Justice [Anthony] Kennedy
was wrong in suggesting that the people of
Colorado had an animosity toward gay
people. What they were basically saying
was, they shouldn't get special rights." As
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Why Gay Voters Should
Stick with the Democrats
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, that same Mr. Kemp opposed a contract with a federal employees union
because he said it was viewed as extending domestic partner benefits to gay and
lesbian HUD workers; said that firing gay
teachers was acceptable because "I think
a school board should have the right to
choose what type of example we have for
our children in public schools"; and backed
efforts to require mandatory reporting of
those who test HIV-positive.
What about the Republican Senate
majority? Last month, not one single Republican Senator voted against Mr. Dole's
DOMA, and despite rhetoric about inclusiveness and "equal rights, not special
rights," only eight of the 53 Senate Republicans found it within themselves to support
the Employment Non-Discrimination Act
[ENDA], which failed 50-49. That means
the other 45 Republican Senators (including Texas Senators Phil Gramm and Kay
Bailey Hutchison) believe someone should
be able to be fired from his or her job simply because he or she is gay or lesbian!
One could go on and on about the hatefilled, homophobic rhetoric of the Republican platform and the continuing gaybashing antics of Republicans like Jesse
Helms, Phil Gramm and Bob Dornan. But
are the Democrats any better? Contrast
the two conventions.
In Chicago, the 150-plus gay and lesbian delegates were welcomed with open
arms, and in our daily caucus, we heard
from prominent members of the U.S.
Senate and House, as well as the White
House and party leaders at all levels. We
also adopted a platform which fully embraces our struggle for civil rights.
In his acceptance speech, President
Clinton pledged his continued support for
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any American president. In the second
debate between the two major presidential
candidates, he again voiced his support for
ENDA and made an eloquent plea for
inclusiveness and unity .
Are the Democrats perfect? Hell, no!
Does much remain to be done? Hell, yes!
But there is a huge difference between
openness to such progress and support
from a majority of Democratic Party rnern-
Officeholders of both
parties must be courted
and cajoled to do the
right thing. But our
chances of success are
dearly greater with
Democrats as a whole
than with Republicans.
bers, and open hostility from the Republican faithful.
What about DOMA and ENDA? Sadly,
only 14 Democrats had the courage to
vote against DOMA. But 41 of 47
Democratic Senators voted for ENDA, and
three who voted against us (including lead
bigot Sam Nunn) are retiring this year.
The partisan differences are clear and
stark. However, progress toward gay civil
rights still must be led by our community,
and in the most important cases, affirmed
by the U.S. Supreme Court. It should be
noted that the next president could appoint
as many as three members to that court.
Officeholders of both parties must be
courted and cajoled to do the right thing.
But our chances of success are clearly
greater with Democrats as a whole than
with Republicans. Republicans may be
beginning to learn how to talk the talk, but
they have a long way to go before they
learn how to walk the walk!
Tom Henderson serves as co-chair of the
Texas Lesbian/Gay Leadership Council for
Clinton/Gore. Next week: Why gay and
lesbian voters should consider Republican
alternative.
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TWl COTOBER
25·
OCTOBER
31 1996
Riding the Wave of a New
Single and Upcoming Album,
FRANCE JOLI
Finds Herself Back
Where She Belongs
lit I hen for
1'1' revolves
20 years your entire life
around music, rarely does
one song have such an impact that you forever remember exactly where you were and
what you were doing the very first time you
heard it I was 19; it was the summer of '82,
a Sunday night in Dal/as, and we had just
come in from the "tea dance." The time?
Well, drag time, of course, and front and
center we sat About four songs into the
show, the emcee introduced the next
queen. It was Lindsy Love and the number
she /ip-synched was "Come to Me" by
France Joli. The song was so overwhelmingly gorgeous from start to finish, one of
those that just pull on your heartstrings. Not
only did I rush out the next day and buy the
record, I was so inspired that I also decided
it was time for my first wig and pair of high
heels (but that's another story).
A few months ago, I was told by Harry
Towers of Popular Records that they had
signed France Joli. In July, I saw her perform her new single, "Touch," at the BiI/board Dance Music Summit in Chicago. It
was a performance that literally brought
tears to many eyes; she looked and
sounded fabulous! Last week I was able to
hear some of the other songs on her forthcoming debut album on Popular, and they
are absolutely amazing. After speaking with
France recently, I can say with utmost certainty that she is definitely back where she
belongs.
TWT: Success came for you at a very
early age. How does a 16-year-old come
to be such a huge star overnight like
that? You weren't even old enough to
get into most of the places where you
were performing!
France Joli: That's very young. But I knew
at a very young age that I was going to be
a singer. I had no doubt, so I started working towards my career very early. I had the
support of my family, so that helped a lot. At
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the age of 11, I left public school for private
school so I could devote more time to piano
classes, ballet classes, drama and singing
classes. So in the morning I would go to
regular classes and in the afternoon I went
to school for my career. By the time I was
15, I had met up with Tony Greene, whO
wrote and produced "Come to Me."
How did you manage to balance being,
basically, a child with being a star?
I didn't balance anything. Ijust went for success and in a way I stopped being a kid. It
all happened so fast and it was so big that
there was no time to play anymore.
Everything that I had worked for was happening, and I was so happy that not being
able to be a kid didn't matter to me.
Why the move from Prelude to Epic?
It was time for me to move on to a bigger
label. I was feeling that "Gonna Get Over
You" was a big record for me, but it didn't
cross over. So I figured that maybe if I was
at a bigger label, L might be able to reach
more of a pop audience. Not that I didn't like
dance music or wanted to stay away from it;
I just wanted to expand and maybe have
the pop chart on my side. So after I left
Prelude Records I was shopping around for
a major label and ended up with EpiC,
where I did one album with Giorgio Moroder
and another one with George Duke. After
the two albums with Epic, I had a very hard
time getting some material and producers
together and finding another label.
Do you regret making the move? So
TWT OCTOBER 25· OCTOBER 311996
many times when an artist goes to a
major, the label will try to change them
or compromise their sound. Was this the
case for you?
Well, I'll tell you something. I think there
was a lot of confusion back then, where
dance music was not the dance music that
I've known. After my last record with
Prelude, it seemed that dance music was
changing. It didn't seem that the good 01'
songs I was doing were in style anymore. It
was very, very hard for me to find my niche.
I took some chances and I didn't know
exactly where to go at that time. Sometimes
you just try things. [The producers) had
their own sound and they had their own
ideas as to what I should be doing, of
course. It was a combination of them wanting something different, me wanting something different, the label wanting something
different. There were also some different
writers .. .it's hard to explain. There are so
many people involved in putting together an
album, and you're pulled in so many directions. You sometimes get pushed by the
company and the producers that you should
"do this song because it's a hit record,"
even if you don't like it. You just keep your
fingers crossed for something to happen,
and we did that for two albums.
Once again we find you reunited with
Tony Greene for the new album on Popular. The two of you obviously have this
sort of magical way of putting out such
wonderful music. How did this happen?
Well, for years we didn't speak because he
had his thing to do and I had my thing to do.
About three or four years ago we started
connecting again. And then, I guess about
two and a half years ago, he said he had a
song for me and he played it for me. It made
me feel as good as when he first offered me
"Come to Me." So we decided that maybe it
was time to work on an album again. Tony
knows what I want to do as an artist and as
a vocalist and he seems to be able to create that. I'm really happy to be working with
him again. When we put our talents together, there are sparks. Good things happen.
Were there any artists who inspired you
growing up?
Barbra Streisand was my idol and so I was
learning every song of hers. She was basically my singing teacher. I was singing over
and auditioning with her records. She was
just everything to me; such a great singer,
great actress, great artist, great everything!
I'm just a big fan! So I learned singing
songs, ballads, with her.
Can we expect some ballads, then, on
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the new album, especially now that
you've developed your songwriting abilities?
Yes, right now there are three and we're
looking at maybe a fourth one. For me,
songwriting is very simple. I didn't say, "Oh
my God, I'm going to write a song." I
started off just by having fun and every
three or four days I would come up with
something new, until now I have a huge catalogue at home. You know, some of them
are not good and some of them are quite
good, actually. And, of course, my writing
has evolved now and I'm a grown-up
woman, so I write differently now than I did
then. But there's a song called "Brother"
that's going to be on the album. It's about
my brother that died several years ago. It's
one of the first songs I wrote, and it's on the
album as like a prayer; an honor to him. I
just felt that it should be on this album.
Now that your career has come full circle, you're all grown up, your songwriting abilities are there, etc., what is the
moment during a project where you can
sit back and say, "Yeah, this is it; this is
right; this is what it's all about"?
Actually, there are two things and they are
totally opposite, but together they are the
peak of it for me. One is in the performance
when everyone is singing along with you
and they're going through all sorts of emotions. It's an automatic high for me. You
don't need drugs ... The tons of applause is
the high for me. On the other side, the part
of the studio - or the creation - is as
rewarding, I find, because there's nothing to
tell you or no fans to tell you it's great. But
when you're creating it, it's actually finished.
You know? You say, "Wow, I've also done
my work." In the studio, when you're performing a song and you just give it all
you've got and you listen back and you can
actually say, "Wow, this part's giving me
goose bumps." II'S like, I hope they're
gonna get the goose bumps as much as I
do.
The closing night of Studio 54, France Joli
performed "Touch" for the first time, before
a capacity crowd of screaming fans, all of
them sporting goose bumps. Studio 54's
closing marked the end of an era for many,
but for France it marked a new beginning, a
triumphant return. For her many fans, it was
as though she'd never left.
"Touch" is now available on 12-inch and
CD5. Be on the lookout for France Jolt's
album, due out January '97.
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Company until his death one year ago.
ProArts Collective, a new African-American arts organization in Austin, presents
its first annual Halloween Eve Hot House
Revue at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at
Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th St. The show will
feature some of Austin's most talented illusionists, dancers and entertainers, portraying the likes of Cher, Diana Ross, Grace
Jones and others. For more info, call
(512)474-4494. ProArts also hosts a "Big
Foot" Shoe Sale from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. this
Saturday, Oct. 26, at Victory Grill.
From the composer of Sunset Boulevard and the lyricist of The Lion King
comes Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to Fort Worth's Casa Manana Theatre, 3401 W. Lancaster. Shows
are at 8 p.m. this evening, 2 and 8 p.m.
Saturday and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets ($15-$40) can be purchased at the
box office or by calling (817)332-2272.
The International Theatrical Arts Society
of Dallas presents its first special show of
he 1996-97 season, the virtual reality theJncal experience of Grand Hotel des
IEtrangers (Grand Hotel of Strangers), in
hich live actors interact with three-dimenional computer-generated images. Perormances are Thursday, Oct. 31, at 6:30
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The Fine Arts Chamber Players open
their new season of 4th Saturday performances this Saturday, Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. in
the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas
Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood, with a
concert for harp, flute and viola, featuring
harpist Ellen Ritscher. Admission is free.
Call (214) 520-2219 for more information.
Direct from a sold-out New York cabaret
run, Steven Brinberg brings Simply Barbra to Theater LaB Houston this weekend.
Brinberg himself conceived and stars in
this tribute to the incomparable Ms. Streisand. Performances are this evening and
Saturday (Oct. 25 and 26) at 8:30 and
10:30 p.m. Seating is very limited; for tickets ($25), call (713)227-ARTS. Theater
LaB Houston is located at 1706 Alamo.
Slawomir
Mrozek's
political satire
Tango was part of the absurdist theatre
which swept over communist Eastern
Europe during the 1960s. Arthur, a young
man living in an eccentric household with
his bohemian parents, stages an elaborate
"coup d'etat" out of a desire for order and a
return to tradition - only to realize that his
impulse will lead to a restriction of freedom
than the celebration of it. Stages Repertory, 3201 Allen Pkwy in Houston, presents
Tango at 8 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays
and at 5 p.m. Sundays. For tickets
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The Buckaroos & Cowgals Ball, benefiting the HIV Wellness Center, runs from 8
P.m. to midnight this Saturday, Oct. 26, in
the 17th floor ballroom
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The evening includes community service
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prizes, music and dancing and more. For
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Big 0 Longhorns Gay & Lesbian Square
Dance Club meets this evening (Oct. 25)
from 7-9 p.m. at the Gay and Lesbian
Community
Center, 2701 Reagan at
Brown. For more info, call (214)528-9254.
Respect All Youth (RALLY), a SUpport
group for gay and lesbian teens, meets on
Monday, Oct. 28 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the
GLCC, 2701 Reagan at Brown. For more
info, call (214)528-9254.
The Oak Lawn Soccer Club will hold a
reception and registration on Wednesday,
Oct. 30 from 5-10 p.m. at the GLCC, 2701
Reagan at Brown. For more info, call (214)
528-9254.
The Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance
Marriage Project will hold a meeting on
Thursday, Oct. 31 from 7-9 p.m. at the
GLCC, 2701 Reagan at Brown. For more
info, call (214)528-4233.
Dallas/Fort Worth Prime Timers, a support group for mature gay men, will be
throwing a Newsletter Party this Sunday,
Oct. 27 from 2-4 p.rn. For location or more
info, call (214)235-6273.
Lambda Weekly, a gay and lesbian radio
program, is broadcast every Sunday at 8
p.m. on KNON 89.3 FM.
HOUSTON
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Bill Sanders, D.V.M.
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operable and usable TVs, radios, kitchen
appliances, bathroom items, lamps, tables,
chairs, art and other small furniture as well
as jewelry, Clocks and antiques of any kind.
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pickuP in good condition for program
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The fourth Tuesday of every month, The
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Project presents an "HIV/AIDS Treatment
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and opportunity to ask questions, share information and compare notes, from 7-9
p.m. at 2700 Albany, Suite 205. For more
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If life seems a little more conquereble, give a great thank-you to Saturn and Pluto. These
two movers and shakers "trine" to make all of our best efforts victorious. Strike while the
planets are hot, kids; this type of magic doesn't come around too often.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) Even the most
menial task will have a profitable payoff
when Saturn trines Pluto. Queer Scorps
should use their considerable strategic insights to plot and plan a financial attack
from the deep trenches. I also advise a
clear, sensible look at exercise and diet.
Long-term profitability is in the stars now
and you want to be able to celebrate in
those tight leather chaps.
SAGITIARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 22) Pastimes
or side businesses may be the yellow brick
road leading to Oz. Queer Sagsshould pursue any creative enterprise with mucho
gusto during the Saturn/Pluto trine; I can almost guarantee that it'll lead to a new circle of influential acquaintances, momentous new beginnings and a new gay you.
Drop those drab togs, darling; your entrance needs to be flashy and fabulous.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 23 - Jan. 20) Gay Goats
may feel like the sanitation workers of the
zodiac as they haul all that psychic garbage
out of their closets and dump it where it
belongs. Liberation abounds! Even nasty
home-related projects will meet with closure and success during the Saturn/Pluto
trine. All your struggles have not been
in vain, dear, queer Cap; get ready for a
true sense of affirmation and personal
satisfaction.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19) The Saturn/
Pluto trine has an interesting effect on
Aqueerians and their long-term goals.
Prepare for an abrupt change in your life's
patterns and a transformation of all you
hold near and dear. New friends beat a
path to your door, but avoid the lunatics;
you are far too susceptible to powerfully
delivered messages no matter how crazy.
No, no, no; the Christian Coalition is not for
you!
PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20) Pink Fish may
feel swimmingly at home on their chosen
career paths, but the Pluto/Saturn trine has
a way of changing all best-laid plans for the
better. This is a crucial time, friend; the
planets prepare to pour the concrete foundation for your professional mansion. Make
sure it has the best location with the best
view. Examine your value system to make
sure you'll be the true lavender you.
ARIES (March 21 - April 20) Even the
proudest of Rambos may have felt the tinge
of self-doubt with dour Saturn casting an
unflattering
light on their self-images.
Hunker in the shadows no more, cousin;
Pluto-trine-Saturn pumps up your self-confidence, hands you a personal victory or two
or three and brings the adoring world to
your door in a big way. Thank goodness gay
Ramswould never let all this adulation go
to their heads ....
TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) The most interesting aspect of the Pluto/Saturn trine is
how you'll be able to blend the mystical,
higher karma of service and devotion with
down-to-earth sexual interaction. Maybe it
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DALLAS - Jello Shots, Daddy's Girls and
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Bowling.
For the men, Paul Hollis bowled high
scratch game of 237 and high scratch series
of 645 and Dan Lynn bowled handicap game
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women, Stacy Kimball bowled high scratch
game of 222, handicap game of 282 and
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bowled high scratch series of 508.
For more info, call Keith at (Metro) (817)
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HOUSTON BILLIARDS
HOUSTON - After 14 weeks of play, the
top five teams in the Independent
Billiard
League Houston are Si Como No (Pastime),
Yo Mama's (Outpost), Hot Pockets (VentureN), Nellie Times 3 (Cousins) and Bad Boys
(Outpost).
The top five players are Richard Chew
(Montrose Mining Company), Billy Lea (OutposVYo Mama's), Carlos Romero (Pastime),
Bob James (EJ's) and Joel Reyes (Outpost).
HALLOWEEN SKATE
HOUSTON - The Lambda Rollerskating
Club holds its Halloween
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Wednesday, Oct. 30, from
8-10 p.m. at Starlite Skating Academy, 8075
Cook Rd. Cash prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes. Admission is $5, plus $1.50
for skates. For more info, call Keith at (713)
933-5818, or visit http://members.aol.com/
gayskate 1Ilambda.htm.
LONGHORN
BOWLING
FORT WORTH - Where Is Uranus, Little
Devils and Betty & the Boops are first, second and third in the latest standings reported
by Longhorn
Bowling.
HOUSTON BOWLING
HOUSTON - We Go There, The Eclectic
Twits and Dog Tired hold the top three slots
in Division 1 in the Montrose Monday Night
Men's League, while in Division 2 it's Pearlized Sisters, Not So Easy Pickups and Coming Attractions. High scratch game of 247
Was bowled by both Chris Bennett and Steve
Schoendienst. Dwayne Pavelka bowled high
handicap game and Don Hausen high handicap series. For more info, call Tom at (713)
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game of 268 was bowled by Bob Roberts
and series of 742 by Brian Elley. Randy
Stanger bowled high handicap game and
series for the men. For the women, Nancy
Wintle bowled high scratch game of 212 and
high handicap game and series and Peri
Cain bowled high scratch series of 541. For
more info, call Tom at (713)522-9612.
Gutter Bumper has moved into first place
in The Wednesday Night Mixers, followed by
Party Line and We Come When You Call. For
the men, high scratch game of 222 was
bowled by Don Burken and series of 549 by
Tom O'Dell. Steve Yarbrough bowled high
handicap
game and Ray High handicap
series. For the women, Marla Aizenshtat
bowled high scratch game of 193 and Terry
Shannon series of 541. Nancy Wintle bowled
both high handicap game and series. For
more info, call Tom at (713)522-9612.
TAZ Club is in first place in the Monday
Night Women's League, followed by Lesboraces, Sappho Strikers and Marks A Lot. For
more info, call Pat at (713)437-6218.
For more info, call Tony at (817)283-8295.
RAINBOWLERS
DALLAS - After six weeks of play, Slip-ItIn, Li'l Rascals and Balls.Com hold the top
three spots in the Rainbowlers
bowling
league. Jack Swartz bowled high scratch
game of 215 and high scratch series of 599
for the men, while Judy Baker bowled both
high scratch game of 145 and high scratch
series of 411 for the women.
Inner Loop Sunday Evening League
that Macarena & Cheese is in first
followed by We Go There Too and
Don't Eat the Daisy. High scratch
The Rainbowlers bowl on Tuesday nights
at 8:30 at Bronco Bowl, 2600 Ft. Worth Ave.
For more info, call Paul at (214)528-5813.
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Assistant Secretaries requiring Senate
confirmation
>Appointed 1st openly lesbian federal
judge
>Appointed 2 Supreme Court Justices that
provided crucial votes against
Colorado's anti-gay Amendment Two
»Inuuued sexual orientation non-discrimination policies in all non-military
agenCIes
> Lifted the ban on security clearances
based on sexual orientation
> Increased funding for HlV / AIDS by
56% and increased Ryan White
funding 186%
>Fought to protect Medicaid and
Medicare as federal entitlement programs
> Initiated reasearch on teen suicide and
sexual orientation
>Opposes the inclusion of sexual
orientation in federal civil rights statutes
> Voted against the confirmation of openly
lesbian Roberta Achtenberg as Ass't
HUD Secretary
> Voted against lifting the ban on gays in
the military
> Votedfor Sen. Jesse Helms amendment to
the Ryan White Care Act to cut off
funding to gay community health
organizations
> Voted to freeze Ryan White spending at
1995 levels despite increasing caseloads
of people with HlV / AIDS
> Vowed to end Medicaid as an
entitlement program and turn control
over to the states without federal
guarantees or oversight
> Votedfor Helms amendment to cut off
federal funds to local schools with
programs aimed at preventing anti-gay
violence, HlV transmission, and gay
teen suicide
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Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer
To Speak at Benefit for
HRC, Other Charities.
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SAN ANTONIO - A record turnout is
antiCipated for the eighth annual San
Antonio Black Tie Dinner, which will be
held Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Marriott RiverCenter Hotel and which benefits the
Human Rights Campaign and a number of
participating organizations.
Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer, whose
story was depicted in the film Serving in
Silence after she was forced out of the military because of her sexual orientation and
was then reinstated by a judge, will be the
featured speaker at the dinner. The evening starts with cocktails at 6 p.m., followed
by dinner and later dancing with music provided by a deejay. Local jazz singer Ken
Slavin, who has performed with Helen
Reddy, also will perform.
Jeff Sachse of Chicago, who is the CoDirector of the board of governors of the
Human Rights Campaign, also will speak
at the San Antonio dinner. The list of special guests also includes Tom Gaynor,
HRC staff member for the Southern
Region. The emcee will be Maria Elena
Toralvo-Alonso, who works for the Hearst
Corporation and is a potential San Antonio
mayoral candidate.
Individual tickets for this year's event are
$145 now, and a crowd of 550-650 people
is anticipated. Last year's event, the first
held at the Marriott RiverCenter, drew a
record 525 and raised nearly $50,000.
In addition to its primary beneficiary, the
Human Rights Campaign, this year's dinner will also help participating organizations such as the Alamo City Men's
Chorale, the Esperanza Peace and Justice
Center, the Lesbian/Gay Rights Lobby of
Iexas the San Antonio AIDS Fo"ndatlon,
the Texas Human Right, Fo"ndatlon, the
Unity Foundation, the Wellness Connection and the San Antonio Equal Rights
Political Caucus.
The eighth annual dlnne, marks the flrst
time corporate sponsors have come on
board; they are the Gay & Lesbian Yellow
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Pages and Zazu. Table captain Sponsors
include the Hearst Corporation, the Bexar
County Democratic Party and Constant
Cravings. Letters of congratulations, welcome and support have been received
from a variety of political officials, ranging
from President Clinton to Bob BUllOCk,
Gary Mauro, Dan Morales, John Sharp
and Henry B. Gonzales. CO-Chairs of this
year's dinner are Rick Martinez and Liz
Flores.
For tickets or more information, call
(210)824-5178.
The Black Tie Dinner will be part of a
busy fund-raising weekend in San Antonio.
The Walk for Life, sponsored by the San
Antonio AIDS Foundation, takes place on
Sunday, Nov. 3, starting and ending at
Market Square. For more information on
the Walk, call (210)225-4715.
HOUSTONIAN CHOSEN
PRESIDENT OF NAT'L
NAMES PROJECT
.
Local Chapter Also Receives
'Friends of the Quilt' Award.
WASHINGTON, DC _ A bit of history
was made recently when a Houstonian
was chosen to head the NAMES Project
Foundation, which sponsors and coordinates displays of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.
The Board of Directors of the organization,
which is headquartered in San Francisco,
elected Jackson Hicks as their new President at the Boa"", recent annual meeting,
held d"clng the Oct. 11-13 display of the
entire Quilt in WaShington, DC.
Hicks' appointment marked the first time
someone other than a resident of San
Francisco has been chosen to head the
national organization.
"Jackson is well known for his generosPAGE 77
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ity and philanthropy, but has particularly
embraced the Quilt," Perrie Dolph, who
served as Volunteer Chair of the Hirshorn
Museum (Central U.S.) Area of the Quilt
display, said last week. "He will surely bring
his trademark elegance and efficiency to
the new job as National NAMES Foundation President."
Hicks founded Jackson & Company
Caterers, a special events production and
catering firm, in 1981. He served as Chairperson of the NAMES Project Houston for
two terms and as Display Chair for the
1990 Houston Quilt Display, has been a
member of the National Board since 1992,
is immediate past National Vice President
and was Chair of "A Night to Remember," a
black tie gala held Oct. 11 in Washington
that raised over $1,000,000.
Houston also found itself in the spotlight
when the city's NAMES Project group was
honored as Chapter of the Year by the
national organization. The "Friends of the
Quilt" Award was presented to David
Jackson, Chairman of the Houston chapter, at "A Night to Remember." Dolph said
the award was made "in recognition of the
chapter's diligence in leading the way for
its fight against AIDS." Six members of the
Houston chapter had served as host chairmen for the Central Hirshorn Region.
information, call (713)523-9611.
The Black Tie Committee has announced that the 1996 Humanitarian
Award will go to Frank Campisi (a former
co-chair of the group) in recognition of his
outstanding fund-raising efforts in the fight
against HIV and AIDS. The 1996 Hollyfield
Political Service Award will go to state Rep.
Glen Maxey, recognized throughout Texas
for his support of equal rights, environmental issues and consumer affairs.
The Houston Black Tie Dinner emphasizes community needs and local beneficiaries. This year's event benefits 12 local
and statewide organizations as well as one
national group, the Victory Fund. The other
beneficiaries are the Allan Calkin Fund,
The Assistance Fund, The Bering Community Service Foundation, Body Positive/
Houston, the Lesbian Health Initiative, the
Montrose Clinic, the Montrose Counseling
Center, the NAMES Project Houston,
Omega House, the People With AI DS
Coalition Houston, PFLAG Houston and
the Texas Human Rights Foundation.
Last year, the Dinner netted over
$100,000 for its beneficiaries. This year,
the Committee anticipates even greater
grants with an expected 1,1OO-plussell-out
crowd in attendance. The evening will consist of a silent auction, cocktail hour,
seated dinner, dancing and entertainment.
VICTORY FUND HEAD
KEYNOTES BLACK
TIE DINNER IN
HOUSTON Nov. 2
CHEER DALLAS
SCHEDULES TRYOUTS
FOR Nov. 10
State Rep. Glen Maxey,
Former Event Co-Chair
Frank Campisi to Be Honored.
HOUSTON - As the 1996 Houston
Black Tie Dinner Committee finalizes the
details of its Nov. 2 gala, organizers say the
event is shaping up to be the biggest and
best the city has seen. Jonathan Wilson,
Executive Director of The Gay and Lesbian
Victory Fund, has been announced as the
keynote speaker, with New Orleans cabaret singer Mary Griffin and the Ed Gerlach
Orchestra with Sharon Montgomery providing the evening's entertainment.
The Dinner begins at 7 p.m. next Saturday in the former banking lobby of the
First City Main Building, 1021 Main. There
are still a few tickets available; for more
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Year's Eve event."
Since performances at the Alan Ross
Texas Freedom Parade, AIDS LifeWalk,
and the Texas/OU Street Party, Cheer
Dallas has been overwhelmed with people
interested in joining the squad, so attending one of the practice sessions could give
a prospective member an edge over the
competition. In addition to tryouts for the
regular squad on Nov. 10, Cheer Dallas will
also have official tryouts for people who
want to be on the competition squad.
"The competition squad will be participating in the NCA (National Cheerleaders
Association) All-Star competition which will
be held in February in Dallas," Jorns said.
"We're espeCially looking for people with
previous cheerleading or gymnastic experience." Participants in the tryouts will be
judged on motion, technique, gymnastic
capabilities and overall appearance as a
performing cheer squad member.
All practice sessions and tryouts will be
held at Dallas Gymnastics. For more information, Cheer Dallas can be contacted at
(214)922-9229.
ROUND-UP FOR AIDS
HANDS OUT CHECKS
To '96 CHARITIES
Christopher House, Pediatric
AIDS League Share in Over
$6,000 Raised at Sept. 21 Event.
AUSTIN - The three groups that make
up Round-Up for AIDS held an Appreciation Party for those who worked the daylong event at Dry Creek Equestrian Center,
and also presented checks totaling over
$6,000 to the primary AIDS/HIV-related
charities for whom the benefit was held.
Round-Up at the Ranch, Southern
Country Austin and the United Court of
Austin worked together for the first time on
the event, held Sept. 21. They announced
that $6,326.50 was raised, and presented
Pediatric AIDS League and Christopher
House with checks for $3,163.45 each during festivities last Sunday at 5th Street
Station.
Pep Squad Also Holds Practice
Sessions This Sunday, Nov. 3.
DALLAS - Dallas area gymnasts and
cheerleaders will have an opportunity on
Nov. 10 to join the nationally prominent
Cheer Dallas gay and lesbian cheerleading squad. Interested participants are encouraged to attend one or both of the
squad's practice sessions at 6:30 p.m. this
Sunday, Oct. 27, and on Sunday, Nov. 3, at
Dallas Gymnastics, 2620 Willowbrook.
"The next two Sundays, we are inviting
anyone interested in being a part of Cheer
Dallas to come work out with us. They will
see how we work out and how we do our
"A lot of people put a lot of effort into this
stunts," said founder Ken Jorns. "We also event, and we're grateful for everyone's
want them to get an idea of what we do help and support," said Joanna JOhnson,
besides the cheerleading. We also do President of Southern Country Austin. "We
fund-raising events like Colossus, our NeW hope to make next year's event even
bigger."
Certificates of appreciation were presented to corporate sponsors such as 5th
Street Station, Proteus, Rainbow Cattle
Company, Charlie's, ROiling Rock Beer,
Labnet and others; to entertainers Such as
Murrah and Miss Xanna Don't and the
Wanted; and to individual supporters like
Colonel Bob. The checks were accepted by
Bob Edelstein, board president of the Pediatric AIDS League, and by Don Massa of
Christopher House.
LOG CABIN HOUSTON
ENDORSES Two IN
LOCAL RACES
Jeff Pynes, Sergio Trevino
Supported in Runs for Constable,
Justice of the Peace.
HOUSTON - The local chapter of the
Log Cabin Republicans has given its support to two GOP candidates in the general
election. The candidates are Sergio Trevino,
running for Justice of the Peace, Precinct
1, Place 1, and Jeff Pynes, who is running
for Constable in Precinct 1.
"Both candidates showed us a commitment to equality under the law, regardless
of sexual orientation, and that's what we
are looking for in judges and in law
enforcement," Gary Van Ooteghem, president of the Houston Log Cabin Hepubhcans, said last week. "We don't want any
'special rights,' just equal rights." Trevino
and Pynes had screened with Log Cabin
and appeared before the group to ask for
its support on Nov. 5.
Trevino told the group that he Opposes
discrimination against gay and lesbian
people and that he Proudly lists his gay
SUpport along with that of others.
Pynes pledged that he would institute a
formal, written nondiscrimination
policy
protecting gays from discrimination in his
office. He also promised to begin sensitivity training for officers under his command
to encourage them to treat gay people with
civility and respect - a procedure Van
Ooteghem said the incumbent Constable,
Jack Abercia, has failed to institute.
A motion to endorse presidential candidate Bob Dole caused extensive debate
within the group, but eventually failed by a
two-to-one margin .
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HOUSTON TEA - Everyone is gearing
up for Halloween, especially the family of
clubs at 800 Pacific. Their "Curse of
Ancient Egypt" block party features street
parade costume contests tomorrow and
next Thursday at 9:45 p.m. The outrageous
Randall [obe [above, r], caught camping it
up with JR'sdeejay Doug Barnes [I], will
emcee these outdoor competitions. They'll
be giving away over $10,000 in cash,
prizes, tickets and trophies. Just follow the
searchlights ....
At Heaven, "The Pharaoh's Afterlife"
brings you Saturday and Thursday costume
contests at 11:30 p.m. In addition to all
these holiday festivities, Heaven continues
to bring you five nights of exciting
entertainment with Video Rewind
Wednesdays, Boy Bar Thursdays featuring
amateur strip competition, Fierce Fridays,
International Underground Saturdays and
Super Show Sundays. Recently, hostesses
Across the street, the Montrose Mining
Company invites you to witness "The
Revenge of The Sphinx." Costume contests
on Saturday and Thursday at 11:30 p.m.
offer more cash and prizes to the winners.
Every Sunday, Brian Smith, Michael
Draemer and Joey Reid [below, I-r], along
with all the other men of the Mine, serve
up reduced price longnecks and well
drinks, as well as that delightful draft beer
and frozen margarita Double Bust.. ..
Tomorrow night, The Club presents the
return ofThe Fog Party.A delicious catered
buffet will sustain you as you feel your way
through an evening of steamy excitement.
The fun begins at 11 p.m ....
Sunday, '70s Escape on Monday, Leisure
Suit Tuesday,Tie-Dyed Wednesday and
Psychedelic Explosion on Thursday. Of
course, shameless
Caged Heat dancers
like Maverick [left]
will be strutting
their stuff all week
long ....
The BRB wants
you to come down
and experience
"Horror On Brazos
Street" at their preHalloween party
tomorrow night and at their costume
contest on Thursday. This Sunday, Lady
Victoria Lust celebrates her birthday with a
extra special benefit for the Colt 45's Stone
Soup Fund. Special guests for the evening
will be the one and only Right Sisters of
Austin ....
Imagine being surrounded by hundreds
of good-looking men and suddenly, the
lights go out. This fantasy can become a
reality at the Midtowne Spa's "Dim All The
Lights" flashlight party next Friday, Nov. 1.
Midtowne also offers half-price rooms
every Monday and Wednesday....
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Kofi [above, c] and Kourtney Van Wales [I],
along with club manager Jerry Resseque
[r], welcomed crowd-pleasers Whitney
Paige and Jennifer St. John [back, I-r] ....
JR's "Museum of Frightening Artifacts"
will also have Saturday and Thursday
costume contests at 11 p.m. This Sunday,
the party continues with The Mummy's
Karaoke at 6 p.m. and a swimsuit male
strip contest at 11 p.m. The highlight of the
weekend will be at 9 p.m. Sunday when
The Houston Black Tie Dinner Committee
announces the lucky winner of their Ford
Mustang giveaway. Time is running out, so
get your raffle tickets now ....
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Rascals is having three days of
traditional Halloween revelry. Tomorrow at
midnight and next Thursday at 10:30 p.m.,
their costume contests offer big cash
prizes. This Sunday, the Mr. and Miss
Halloween contest will crown the sexiest
man and the most beautiful drag queen.
Don't forget about the club's exciting
Wednesday night Lil' Rascal male strip
contest. Last week, we found pageant
promoter Craig Henderson [above, r]
getti ng cozy with rowdy rascal Victor [I] ....
The 611 is hosting two giant Halloween
parties filled with prizes and surprises
tomorrow and Thursday. The club's weekly
schedule features Sunday brunch,
Hamburger Thursdays, Pizza Fridays and
male dancers on Fridays and Saturdays....
Are you ready for the ultimate trip?
Pacific Street's Halloween extravaganza is
a six-day journey that includes Flashback
Friday tonight, Erotic, Exotic & Psychedelic
tomorrow, Decades of Decadance on
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As predicted, thousands of people
converged upon Montrose for the Fall
Westheimer Street Festival. Between
performances at Mary's Rooftop Revue, we
snapped this photo of the newly-crowned
Miss Central TexasWorld Roxanne Lee
Love and the ever-popular Lee Chardon
[above, i-r]. It was so much fun, we can
hardly wait for the next one....
Starting tonight, The Ripcord transforms
itself into "The Haunted Gay Bar On
. Fairview." This spooky spectacle
culminates with a costume contest next
Thursday at midnight. We don't think
butch men in black leather are frightening,
do you? ..
Gentry promises to be your Halloween
headquarters with costume contests on
Saturday at midnight, Sunday at 10:30
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p.m. and Thursday at 11 p.m. as well as a
"Chills and Thrills" holiday show, hosted
by Emperor XIII candidate Jerel McNeil,
and a Gremlins & Goblins male strip
contest this Sunday. Fall has descended
upon us, but Gentry continues to sizzle
with male strip contests every Wednesday
and Bad Boy dancers all week long ....
The Outrage "Disco de los Muertos"
party tomorrow night at Rich's is definitely
one of the most highly anticipated events
of the Halloween season. Their costume
contest features $500 in prizes. Party
proceeds will benefit the PWA Coalition
and the Pet Patrol....
Next Friday, Nov. 1, The Loving Arm-y
presents a Casino Night benefit for the
Loving Arms Foundation Day Care Center
at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2222 West
Loop South. Gaming begins at 8 p.m. The
high roller of the evening will receive a
grand prize trip for two to LasVegas. For
more info, call (713)849-5558.
SAN ANTONIO TEA - Hopefully, by
the time you read this, Wild Club will have
reopened and
promises to be better
than ever! Owner
Jimmy Lee frightl
took HOT TEA on a
tour of the club and
we assure you, it
will definitely be
worth the wait.
Make your plans to be at the Wild on
Halloween night for their huge blowout
featuring free well drinks all night long,
huge cash prizes and a balloon drop. By
the way, TWT needs to clarify an error in
last week's magazine. The drink specials
advertised for Woody's actually should
have applied to Wild Club, which was not
yet opened. We regret the error and any
inconvenience it may have caused.
Upstairs at ReBar, you are invited to
experience San Antonio's hottest
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Atlanta mogul Lou Haskell [above, I-rl.
Saint's Halloween line up includes the
return of deejay Oscar Reyna and
giveaways all night for VCRs and TV sets.
Speaking of TVs, the club's show that night
features Victoria West, Erica Andrews,
Melissa Crawford and Layla LaRue.
Coming up at the club: The Baton Showbar
of Chicago presents a huge benefit for the
Tandi Andrews Benevolent Fund on
Tuesday, Nov. 12. Then, on Nov. 17 David
Alvarado and New Generation Productions
present Miss Tri-States.. "
Eagle Mountain Saloon's Halloween
activities include an Oct. 31 carnival
sponsored by The Firedancers and a
costume contest at midnight. Add all of
this to their weekly lineup of drink specials
and you have a combination that can't be
beat. It's no wonder that EMS is one of San
Antonio's favorite nightspots, both with
locals and those traveling Texas.. "
Make it a point to stop by Silver Dollar
next Friday night and wish owner Joe
Ganey a happy birthday. Joe'sone of our
favorite people and does an awful lot for
the gay community of San Antonio. The
club's happy hour from 2-9 p.m. daily is
extremely popular as is their Trash Disco
with deejay Ron every Sunday beginning
at 4 p.m ....
Be sure and be at the Pegasusthis
Sunday, Oct. 27. That's when Miss TGRA
candidate Destiny Harper hosts the first
annual Princess of the Pegasus,a benefit
for the Bullfrog Benevolence Fund,
beginning at 9 p.m. While you're there, ask
about the changes that are planned for the
bar in the coming weeks, including
renovations to the back bar....
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Stella's Star Search
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stores of the caliber of Zebra's and Encore
Video serving the needs of our community.
This is your last week to take advantage of
their special discount of 25% off all
magazines in stock. Next month that same
special applies to all lubes - see store for
details ....
Dick Kader and the staff of the 2015
welcome the TGRA in a special benefit
show on Thursday, Oct. 31. Make sure
you're there to see this one on Halloween
night. ...
EI Jardin bartender Billy Walker wants
everyone to come out and compete in
three categories on Halloween in their
annual contest. He'll be serving up the
wickedest witches' brew in town. That will
definitely put the spirit into your party.
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the word of the evening as 5th Street
Station hosted the Miss Austin World 1996
Pageant Oct. 15. Sharing the spotlight were
[above, clockwise from back left] Miss
Texas World at Large Jill Jordan, Miss Texas
World Yolanda, first runner-up and Miss
Travis County World Kelly Kline, this year's
winner [arne Perry and second runner-up
and Miss Central Texas World Roxanne Lee
Love. We hope you're getting ready for the
Karaoke Fiends of the Night party Oct. 31;
so many prizes and contests, with
proceeds from the tip bucket going to
Christopher House. Karl Thomas was his
usual flawless self in last Sunday's
Showcase; this Sunday's special guest is
Jordan Scott....
AUSTINteaCIOUS
This Saturday, Oct. 26, is going to be a
big day at Chain Drive, our favorite
leatherman's library. It's the Black Hole
Underwear Party,with doors opening at 4
p.m, and free flashlights and glow
necklaces to the first 150 people after 8.
There also will be another Full Moon
Contest tomorrow night at 11, with prizes
and surprises. We plan to check our
clothes at the door and have a huge time!
Dynamic Dave the manager also has big
plans for the patio's facelift; go see how far
they've gone at Sunday's cookout.. ..
We meet so many fun-loving new faces
at Charlie's that we just never can keep
them all straight (so to speak). Meanwhile,
we're looking forward to the huge
homecoming party this Sunday night for
Austin's own Lauren Taylor, the new Miss
Gay America 1997, who won the title last
week in North Carolina. We are so proud
of you, girl! Pauletta Leigh and Sabrina
Ross sparkled in last week's Showtime; and
now the Queen returns! Charlie's also has
big plans for its X-Files Halloween, with
costume contests at midnight Thursday the
31st and again Friday the 1st - along with
cash prizes! And there are dancers 10:30
p.m.-2 a.m. every Wednesday ....
They're also celebrating Halloween in a
big way up at 'Bout Time, beginning with
the Monster Mash preview show at
10:30 p.m, this Saturday. The annual
Haunted House creaks opens from 9 p.m.midnight Monday, Oct. 28, and the fun
continues the next three nights as well
with all proceeds to Project Transitions ....
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The Friday Night Happy Hour male
dancers and drag show at Blue Flamingo
have become a huge success in a very
short time. This place really lives up to its
reputation for the best "live music and
livelier people," as we found out when we
went bonkers with [above, I-r] Ken, John,
Jeremy, Deanna and Stan. Miss Laura is
already making huge plans for her two-day
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Birthday Blowout Nov. 13-14. There's a
spooky benefit show/party coming up
Tuesday the 29th; check it out....
The hunks down at Rainbow Cattle
Company are getting ready for Nashville
country and western recording artist Jeff
Miller's shows at 9 and 11 p.m. on Sunday,
Nov. 3; no cover, y'all! Meanwhile, the fun
continues with nearly nonstop happy hour
specials, football and more on their big
screen, Margie's Famous Steak Night from
7-9 p.m. Thursdays and the Chuck Wagon
Buffet from 4-9 p.m. Sundays....
If you haven't met new Oilcan Harry's
happy hour bartenders David and J.D.,
you're missing something special. We were
sorry to see Kelly and Ed go, but these new
bar gods helped ease the pain. Secretive
Freeman is keeping the Halloween Party
plans on the hush-hush, but you can bet
the 31st will be a night to remember....
FOOT-LONG NOTEBOOK: General
Manager Kevin Campbell [below, I] and
owner Doug Foreman [r) threw a third
anniversary party for their club Proteus that
we'll never forget; way to go, guys, and
many more!. ..We also had a grand time as
Phobia (formerly Ohms) officially opened
its doors with nonstop fun thanks to Miss
Topaz and company .... The Midtowne Spa
Austin is holding a Flashlight Party at 9
p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 27, featuring the
Demon Dancers. And there's a Halloween
Party at 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. There are
also dancers Friday through Sunday
starting at 9 p.m., and amateur contests
with cash prizes at 9 p.m. every Monday.
Now those are our kind of workouts!. ..The
United Court of Austin threw an elegant
little masked party called "A Big Piece of
Love" last Sunday at Kansas, raising about
$400 for the Christopher House Wings
Project and Breast Cancer Research.The
busy, busy Court has the Trudy and Topaz
Show scheduled for Wednesday the 30th at
'Bout Time; for a fuller event rundown, call
their hotline at (512)292-9495.
DALLAS TEA - Still don't have a
costume? Then you might want to hurry in
to Union Jack because Juicy's got her own
designs on sale. Her sewing machine has
been wheezing and smoking from all the
extra use it's gotten to get costumes ready
for the Halloween street party. Stop by and
pick something out to wear. You'll be glad
you did ....
Caven Enterprises' Tx/OU Street Party
was a huge success again this year. Fansof
both teams (and even some nonpartisan
partiers) filled the streets for a night of pep
and spirit [above). This weekend, Caven's
pulling out all the stops for Halloween
Street Party '96. Once again, the street will
be closed off for your roaming pleasure.
Donna Day will be on hand to host the
costume parade as well as a live
performance by the popular "Naked
Barbi." It's all happening tomorrow night,
so do whatever it takes to get there ....
Buddies II is celebrating their 12th
anniversary tonight. Make sure you go by
and congratulate Sandy and her staff.
Tomorrow night you could be a winner in
their Halloween costume contest, with
random judging throughout the evening.
Photography by Sundie Evanswill be
available for portraits to capture your
costume. Check it all out starting tonight at
Buddies 11....
Halloween hauntings are happening this
week at the Mortuary On Maple when the
Ice Factory presents their bone chilling
costume contest this Saturday, Oct. 26
with emcee China Blue as judging begins
at 11:30 p.m. You can compete for over
$500 in cash prizes in your choice of four
frightening categories. Then dance the
night away with extra-long after hours....
Ida Poppter's Gay
Singled Out at Moby
Dick [right) has set
the dating world on
fire. Happy couples
have been brought
together thanks to
the awesome Sunday
night event. Every week there are new
guests performing and making
appearances. You missed out if you didn't
see Mr. Gay Dallas All-American Louis
Bradford come down the stairs in drag.
Talk about a show-stopper! Don't forget to
cruise by this weekend and see your Moby
favorites in their Halloween best and
Wayne Smith coordinating costumed
contestants competing for $500 in four
categories on Saturday starting at 10 p.m.
Sign up early at 8 p.m. Moby's Brett
Hunter will be around, but look carefully
- he might be disguised as his alter ego
Dewanna Bea Star. As always, the
balcony's a frightfully great place to catch
all the action ....
The Halloween festivities at Village
Station won't end when this weekend is
over. Your share of $600 in prizes is just
waiting for you if you've got the best
costume around on Thursday night. The
preliminaries begin at 10:30 p.m. with a
ghoulish midnight showdown between the
winners of the contests at the other Caven
bars. It'll be truly spooktacular. Speaking of
great, check out Rich Rangnow, Chuck
Edwards and Derrick Nix [above, l-rJ.
They've already got their costumes ready to
be the "Three Hunketeers." ...
Throckmorton Mining Company is getting ready for a wild Halloween weekend
and you won't want to miss a moment.
Stop in and show off your costume while
enjoying one of their many "witch's
brews;" they've got 16 of 'em on tap. If
you've seen Twister, you have an idea of
what they have planned for you at TMC
this week. The men at the Mine are going
to really blow you away....
Hidden Door's Halloween costume
contest, beginning at midnight tomorrow,
features cash prizes in three categories.
Tony and guys give you a great time all the
time anyway; but this week should be
extra special, with all those hunks running
around in disguise. Who knows what you
might find when things go bump in the
night! Don't you dare miss it.. ..
• • -
Always cheerful,
always fun, always
camera shy. Yes,
those are good ways
to describe Chili
Pepper [left], one of
the fine group of
guys at the RoundUp. Love the mum,
Chili! Don't forget
to stop in this weekend and show off your Halloween spirit.
Thanks to the time change, you can stay
even longer than usual this Saturday night.
Join the Round-Up for a great Halloween
Costume Contest Thursday night at 10 p.m.
with Michael Lee....
The Dallas Eagle gang will be partying
hard this Saturday with their costume
contest in full swing at midnight. Stop in
and see what leather fantasy you might
like to receive in your Halloween bag this
year. The selection of tricks and treats
should be quite scrumptious, from what
we know about Matt and his friendly staff.
Make Dallas Eagle your halloweekend
destination ....
JR's is gearing up for Halloween, as
well. On Halloween night, Oct. 31 there'll
be an invasion out-of-this-world "H31 "costume contest at 10 p.m. The winner of that
contest will then
proceed to the grand
finals at Village
Station at midnight.
If you win, it'll be
something to sing
about, which is just
what Richard Tamez
[rightJ would probably do. He recently
serenaded the crowd
at one of JR'sfamous Sunday Karaoke
nights. Wanda's Wednesday Pool tournament has not only moved to 8:30 p.m., but
the format is also changing. Wanda tells us
that from now on "Anything Goes;" it'll
add more variety to the weekly action ....
Bamboleo's becomes BamBOOleo's this
weekend with Halloween fun Friday,
Saturday and Sunday nights. Come dressed
to thrill all weekend long for three nights
of mayhem. Enjoy the best Spanish disco
on Sunday night, too. Then head back on
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Halloween night for an exciting costume
contest with $500 in prizes to the winners
in four different categories. It all starts at
11 p.m ....
Crews Inn dancer
Laron [right] recently
showed off his
"Hunky God" costume, receiving no
complaints from anyone at the bar. Your
chances to show off
your best costume
are coming up
Saturday night and
Halloween night.
Just wear the spookiest, kookiest, grooviest thing you can
find and join hostess Deva Sanchez for a
wild night of masquerade madness. The
judging begins at midnight. ...
It's official. "The Club Formerly Known
As... " is once again Starck and to
celebrate, they're hosting their Masquerade
Ball this Sunday, Oct. 27 beginning at 10
p.m. Deejays Freeze and Mary XTC will be
on hand along with hosts Ang and Licorice
Girl, who encourage everyone to come in
costume and their most flamboyant attire.
There's no cover all night.. ..
The Metro welcomes the 18 and over
crowds to the club every night. This
Saturday, Ray and the Metro crew present
Nightmare on Elm Street II with lots of
scary surprises pulsing all night long. Catch
the hottest ticket in town during Monday
Madness talent night with the incomparable Deva Sanchez and some incredible
talent.. ..
Alternatives of New Fine Arts always has
more than a handful of great gay videos in
stock, calendars, cards, gifts, clothing, the
latest magazines
and so much more.
In fact, they have
Texas' largest selection of videos for
sale and rental. Just
ask manager Mark
Lock [above] for
your favorite title and he'll do his best to
get you fixed up ....
TEXAS TERROR-TELETYPE - Goodtime
Lounge just North of Big D in Dennison
has a Halloween party planned for
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Saturday, but you'll want to make your way
back next Saturday for their annual Miss
Texoma Trailer ParkTrash Pageant and
Texas-size hair contest starting at 8 p.m.
Don't miss it. ...
David's in Waco will be the place for
costumed contestants from around central
Texas to congregate on Halloween night to
try for cash prizes. The club opens at 8
p.m. and Mario will be spinning his
haunting web of hit music at 9 p.m. Go
see what the lucky pumpkins have in store
for you.
PAGEANT TEA - If there's any doubt in
your mind that Texas is home to the
nation's top female impersonators, take
note of what occurred last Sunday night:
superstars from the Lone Star State took top
honors in two national pageants, both held
Oct. 20. In Charlotte, North Carolina,
gorgeous and talented Lauren Taylor of
Austin won the twenty-fifth annual Miss
Gay America title. First runner-up honors
went to Laken Edwards of Dallas, while
Kofi of Houston was named Miss
Congeniality. We'll have lots of MGA
pageant photos next week. In San Antonio,
Stacey Holliday of Midland [below, cl
Dallas.
HONDO PARK
2544 Hondo Avenue
(214)522-8436
1-1 studios, lofts, flats, bills paid, controlled access,
skyline views, pool, spa, quiet lifestyle complex and
caring management.
~
OAK LAWN
$475
(214)526-3387
Large deluxe 1 bedroom/2 bedrooms, new decor. All
bills paid. 2707 Shelby.
FOR RENT
Dallas.
THE ESTABLISHMENT APTS.
"Quiet Courtyard Living"
• Unique floor plans
• Individual heaVair conditioning
• 2 swimming pools
• On-site managemenVmaintenance
• Oak Lawn
(214)528-3531
Austin. Carlton Properties. Live where your lifestyle
is appreciated. Two apartment communities in
Austin. (512)444-1229
Dallas.
Downtown professionals: upscale t-oedroom condo. All amenities, including washer/dryer,
microwave, fireplace, pool. Quiet on-site management, $450/month. Call John (214)824-1520
Dallas.
Thunderbird Residences
4701 Cedar Springs
(214)528-7202
Quality Apartment Homes with
Great Service. Now Leasing
Dallas. 2/1 in Parkdale at 6222 Belgrade Ave.
$450/mo. (972)980-0060, (214)275-5571, Loretta.
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$500+
(214)528-7993
Large, deluxe, 1 & 2 bedrooms. Small gated complex with pool in prestigious Oak Lawn neighborhood. 4335 Cedar Springs #109.
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$475+
(214)522-8693
Beautiful older stately bUilding. Deluxe 1 & 2 bedrooms, newly decorated. 2817 Shelby.
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$425
(214)559-4999
Large deluxe efficiency 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms,
and some townhouses and hardwood. 2610 Knight
St., #102.
Dallas/Houston.
FREE SERVICE
Dallas: Leasing or buying-we do both. We have
two-bedrooms, $600 and up; one-bedrooms, $430;
efficiency, $325.
Houston: We have two-bedroom studios, $500 bills
paid; one-bedrooms, $400; effiCiency, $300; some
with washer/dryer, alarms, pool, microwave.
FIND IT
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$475+
(214)599-9234
Small, quiet complexes, north of Lemmon. NeWly
decorated one bedrooms. 4227 Bowser #104.
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$475+
(214)522-9957
Newly decorated, large deluxe 1 & 2 bedrooms.
Established Oak Lawn neighborhood. 2606 Shelby
#116.
swept the field of big and beautiful
entertainers and won the Miss Gay USofA
at-Large Pageant, held at the Saint. First
runner-up was multitalented Chevelle
Brooks of Houston [I], while Dena Cass lrl
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$395
(214)559-4119
Large deluxe 1 bedroom flat & townhouses, some
with fireplaces and 600 + large deluxe 2 bedroom.
All central air. Large renovated 1 bedroom-2 bedroom, secure parking. 2612 Throckmorton (214)
559-4119.
Dallas.
OAK LAWN
$395
(214)528-5056
Large deluxe efficiency, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom
immaculate, new decor. 4301 Hartford #124.
Dallas.
THE
TECALI
4533 Cedar Springs
(214)521-3674
In the heart of Oak Lawn. Offering 24 unique floorplans. Unusual landscaping with towering trees.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Dallas. Munger Historic District, 1940s, hardwood
floors, alarm, 1/1, dishwasher, tile, sublet. References required. $700/mo. (214)823-3046.
placed as second runner-up. Stacey is also
pictured above with Miss Gay USofA
Natasha Richards [I] and last year's winner
Chelsea Pearl [rl. Congratulations from all
of us at HOTTEA.
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FIND IT
APARTMENT LOCATORS-REALTY
DALLAS CALL
HOUSTON CALL
(214)520-2300
(713)266-1460
(800)947-7086
(800)259-8558
Dallas.
THE CONSTANTINE
3210 Carlisle
(214)651-0666
One and two bedroom residences in prestigious
Turtle Creek. A community where your lifestyle is
appreciated. Equal Housing Opportunitv.
Fort ,•.
vvortn.
GO WEST-LIVE THE GOOD LIFE
WITH US!! AT WESTRIDGE APARTMENTS. Live
in park-like setting, Beach Volleyball, Pool and beautiful Clubhouse. 1BR/l BA Eff, from $285, 1BR/l BA
from $330, 1BR/l BA Loft from $375, 2BR/2BA from
$480. FP, vaulted ceilings, some WID connections.
WESTRIDGE APARTMENTS, 8841 Avril Court (off
Portales), (817)244-3680.
Houston. Small complex near downtown/Med Center. EffiCiency, plus dining area, hardwoods, spacious rooms. $325. Special: First two weeks rent
free! Olympus/Nelson Property Management. (713)
622-4805.
Houston.
Highrise, $500
(713)523-3100. Agent.
move-in.
Eckman
Houston. River Oaks 1/1, $440. Eckman (713)
523-3100. Agent.
Houston.
Townhomes $800-$1,000, wid, ca/h.
Eckman (713)523-3100. Agent.
Houston. Free locating. (713)523-3100. Agent.
Houston.
3/3/2 townhouse, $1,500. Eckman
(713)523-3100 Agent.
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Houston.Westbury
Square, 11540 Chimney Rock,
1/1 downstairs condo, over 800 s/f, gray carpeting,
cable TV, covered parking, gates, more. $475 bills
paid. $475 deposit. Aqent (713)729-7077.
Houston. Montrose 2-story townhome, 212'/" central
a/h, wId connections. Secured courtyard with pool.
Undercover parking. $850 month. (713) 526-2450.
Houston. Heights. Spacious 2-bd. newly refurbished
duplex. All amenities, WID connection plus utilities.
(713)862-2205.
Houston. WestburySq~iownhomes:
Rentals from
$450, sale from $16,000. Some owner financing.
Call Jack (713)729-1599. Agent.
Houston. Montrose 1-1-1, LR and den, overlooking
courtyard. Very large upper duplex, newly renovated, hardwood floors and more. $595. (713)
521-1762
Houston. Montrose 1-1 in small complex. Ca/h, dishwasher, off-street parking. Cute garden setting.
$425. Olympus/Nelson Property Management.
(713)622-4805.
Houston.
Apartment Locator: blympus/Nelson
offers fast, free, friendly service. (713)622-4805 or
(800)677-8690.
Houston. Montrose efficiency in great complex.
Pool, gated and covered parking. Only $350. Olympus/Nelson Property Management. (713)622-4805.
Houston. Midtown/Med. Center, 2/1 loftltownhome.
High ceilings, lots of windows, garage parking, onsite laundry, fireplace and dishwasher. $650. (713)
622-4805.
Houston. River Oaks/Montrose. Spacious 2 br.,
updated, new kitchen and appliances w/icemaker.
Small pet okay. Small complex w/pool. $575/mo., 1
br. $425/mo. Now available. (713)521-3624.
Houston. Great deal! 2 bedroom, all bills paid unit,
WID in quiet complex. (713)688-8845 or pgr.
(713)762-7343.
Houston. Montrose: One bedroom apartment, $400.
Central air, ceiling fans, cable, locked gates, covered parking. Small, quiet complex. (713) 999-9991,
(713)864-6450.
Houston. Westbury Square, 11550 Chimney Rock,
2/1'/, townhome, approximately 1,280 s/f, wId
included. Free cable TV, covered parking, gates,
more. $725 bills paid. $725 deposit. Pets case basis.
Agent (713)729-7077.
Houston. Gay Montrose - Upscale 2/2 with new
high-efficiency appliances, central a/c, wId and icemaker. Small pet okay. Covered parking, immediate
move-in. $850/mo. (713)521-3624.
Houston. Woodland Heights, near Downtown: Two
bedrooms, $525. One bedroom, $425. Efficiency,
$300. Central air/heat, pool, sauna, ceiling fans,
cable, laundry. (713)999-9991, (713)864-6450.
FOR SALE
Dallas.
For Sale/Lease ($1,200): 2150 sf
Townhouse, 3/3, MSTR STE, 2 WBFP, Hot Tub,
Security, Covered Parking, all appliances, immed.
avail. (214)363-6670.
Abrams/LBJ.
Houston. Westbury Square, 11540 Chimney Rock
Rd. Owner financing available, 1/1 downstairs
condo, over 1,800 s/f, fresh paint and new carpeting.
$18,500 firm. 10% down, 10% interest, 20-year
note. Agent (713)729-7077.
Houston. LOCATION, SETIING, EASY FINANCING. 2'/, Condo, 1-10/Chimney Rock; appliance
upgrades, creek and pool view beyond large deck.
(409)927-1159 for details.
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WestDury Square, 11550" Chimney Rock
Rd., owner financing available, 2M townhouse,
approximately 1,280 s/f, fresh paint, new tan carpeting, appliances included. $37,500, 10% down, 10%
interest. Agent (713)729-7077.
Houston.
Dallas-Fort Worth. Published photographer seeks in
shape guys for B&W nude poses/color magazine
work. You: 18+/great shape. No experience necessary but it helps. Fee or prints. (972)293-5311.
Dallas.
ROOMMATES
Oak Lawn. Roommate wanted. 2/1 Y, townhouse, $350. All bills paid. (214)522-1501.
Houston. Roommate wanted: Southwest home, 2
bath, pool, $275 plus 'I, utilities. GWM, Bill,
(713)773-1873. Daytime.
Houston. Share Heights house, $250 & Y, bills. 2
bedroom,1 bath. (713)861-2697.
Houston. Eastwood. To share 2/1 duplex. $325. All
bills paid. Randy (713)228-5506.
Houston. GWM couple seeks roommate to share
large 3-bedroom home with den. Just outside 610
Loop, Oak Forest area. Furnished bedroom with
cable. Must like dogs, nice neighborhood. HIV OK.
$375 a month including all utilities. Call (713)
681-6292.
Houston. Share 3/2 S.w. home. Male preferred, references, $275 deposit, $275 month+'13 utilities
(713)879-8573.
Houston. Roommate to share large home. $400
includes shared utilities. Gary, (713)524-4343.
Houston. Male sharing 4-2 house, on-street parking,
near 1-45 between Almeda/Baybrook malls. $225
bills paid, including maid! No smoking, drugs, pets.
Little alcohol. Larry, (713)922-9222.5-9 p.m.
Irving. Come join us! Spacious 6 bedroom house
with pool! $350. -electrlc, Dennis (214)399-0041.
EARN UP TO $1,000+ PER WEEK!
By working a few hours a
couple nights part time.
This is FUN work and no
experience is necessary. Call Don
Dallas.
HELP WANTED
Hiring experienced floral
designer for fast-paced shops. FIT, good benefits.
(817)277-8166. Brian.
Arlington.
Bartenders, doorpersons & Bar Backs.
Apply with recent photo to manager Arlington 651.
1851 West Division. (817)275-9651.
Dallas.
THE MARKET ANTIQUES AND HOME
FURNISHINGS Corporate Office has an entry level
position available in accounts payable. 1-2 years
office experience a plus. Call (214)748-0472.
Dallas. ARTISTIC VISIONS by GREG seeking
attractive models, under 30, for Classic Erotic Male
Photography and/or free Video Screen Test. (214)
522-8700.
Dallas.
MOVing Co. drlversihelpers
needed.
(214)314-8535 (pager)
Arlington/Fort
Worth.
Dallas.
ROUND-UP SALOON
Accepting Applications
FULL-TIME DOORMAN
and
WEEKEND BUSSER
Pick up application and return with recent photo
Wednesday through Sunday after 8PM
3912 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas.
Nightclub personnel. Join the winning
team ...Applications for Moby Dick and Ice Factory
now being accepted THURSDAY ONLY at 2429
Reagan #110. Call Laurie at (214)520-2497 for
appointment. Recent photo required.
Dallas. Bartenders wanted for Crews Inn and
Zippers. Call David Moore at (214)824-4749.
TWT OCTOBER 25 - OCTOBER 31 1996
Dallas.
1-800-919-2200
Male dancers.
Oklahoma City engagements.
Randall (817)320-1442.
Dallas.
MANAGERS, ASS'T. MANAGERS FOR
OAK LAWN APARTMENT BUILDINGS.
2612 THROCKMORTON #124
(214)528-7992
Dallas.
ESTABLISHED SPECIALIZED MOVING
AND STORAGE COMPANY IS NOW
INTERVIEWING FOR FULL-TIME MOVING AND
WAREHOUSE PERSONNEL.
We are looking for people who are:
• Friendly/outgoing and responsible, professional
appearance
• Valid Texas driver's license/clear driving record
• Heavy lifting involved
• Background in moving, storage and packing
preferred but not necessary.
Employee benefits include:
• Good starting pay
• Lots of opportunity for advancement
• Medical and dental insurance package available
• Paid holidays and vacation
Apply in person 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
at 1110 Inwood Rd., #101, Dallas, TX • EOE
Dallas. Male dancers needed 7 nights a week at
Crews Inn. Call David Moore at (214)824-4749 for
appointment.
Dallas. If you are a male stripper or want to be one,
contact Jay at Another Bar, (214)520-1366.
Dallas. Crews Inn and Zippers have immediate
openings for BARBACKS. Call David at (214)
824-4749 for information.
Dallas.
WANTED
Quality, good-looking, personable escorts needed
by reputable agency. Best percentage around. Call
(214)528-0269.
Fort
Worth/Dallas.
Adventurous
collegiates!
(817)475-8820.
Houston. AIDS Foundation Houston is hiring FT/PT
Outreach, Educators Degree Preferred; Computer a
plus. Fax resume to Director of Education,
(713)623-4029.
THE CLUB HOUSTON is now interviewing for all positions. Must apply in person, NO
PHONE CALLS. Apply: Monday thru Friday 10
a.m.-2 p.m. A recent photo is required. 2205 Fannin
St.
Houston.
Houston. Retail position available in Montrose clothing store. Computer knowledge a plus. Varied hours
inclluding some nights and weekends. Apply in person only. Basic Brothers, 1232 Westheimer.
Houston. Help needed - general labor - (713)
942-8600.
Houston.
LOOking for a few good men!
The BRB is looking for bartenders, barbacks, door
persons, security and deejays. Apply in person
9 a.m.-4p.m. at 2400 Brazos. No phone calls
Houston. Commercial Christmas design and installation. Full time through December. (713)868-5159.
Houston.
Male Dancers wanted for Houston's
favorite hot spot, The Midtowne Spa. Apply in person at 3100 Fannin between 12 noon and 3 p.m. or
call (713)618-5386.
Houston. AMERICAN MALE companions/escorts.
Mascuuno,
cute and friendly. Now hiring. Call
(713)940-9317.
San Antonio. Cook & Housekeeper/personal assistant. Hiring Immediately. Call (210)545-2916, ask
for Debbie.
San Antonio. Eagle Mountain Saloon is accepting
applications for all positions. Please apply in person
ONLY at 1902 McCullough Ave. No phone calls,
please.
LICENSED MASSEURS
STATE CERTIFICATION POLICY
[fexas law clearly requires that only bona fide, statecertified masseurs can be listed in this category.
herefore, TWT policy requires that all masseurs
iust publish their state-certification number within
their advertisements and that a photocopy of their
state masseur's license be on file at TWT.
Arlington/Forth
Worth/Dallas.
Massages by Micheal
Full body Swedish massage
Total relaxation
Metro (817)261-9737 (MT# 3241)
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TUARIES
Houston.
Serious About Making Country Music?
Singer/Songwriter with dedication to a country
music career is seeking a gay musician-comrade to
work with in one of the most closeted industries.
Looking for a country guitarist and lor
keyboard player with serious ambition and integrity.
Songwriting, lyricist or back up singing ability a plus.
Please send demo tape (amateur quality okay).
With letter of intent and qualifications to:
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Your Semi-Tropical Island Retreat
In the wild dunes of Mustang Island
beside the Gulf of Mexico
secluded European Charm & Atmosphere
Raul Paul Magallanez
Aug. 18,1962Sept. 3,1996
Our beloved Raul Paul
Magallanez, age 34, resident of Austin, died suddenly of a heart attack on
Tuesday,Sept. 3, 1996.
He leaves behind his
mother, Elida; his companion of seven and a half
years, Danny Cardiel; his
sisters and brothers and
numerous family members and friends.
"I am Joy. I am every1hing.I can do all things but
two: 1) forget that I love you; 2) forget that you no
longer love me. We will always miss you and love
you:'
Love,
Danny and friends
Jeff Mark Overly
Jeff Overly, 37, of Dallas
died Sunday, Oct. 13, 1996.
Originally from Washington
Court House, Ohio. He is
survived by parents, numerous relatives and close
friends Pam, Kevin and
James. A memorial service
was held Oct. 16 at the
Cathedral of Hope. Donations may be made to
the AIDS charity of your
choice.
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New Orleans.
B&W Courtyards Bed & Breakfast
Private entrances and baths. Lush courtyards.
(800)585-5731
San Diego.
KASA KORBET - SAN DIEGO
Rooms, Suites, Continental Breakfast, Spa
"Where A Guest Is At Home"
(619)291-3962.
(800)757-KASA
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Norman Dell Brown
Those of us who knew and
loved him know that a genuinely kind and thoughtful
person has left us. Norman
was born in Dallas on Aug.
2, 1963 and passed away
on Oct. 13,1996 due to liver
failure. He is survived by his
mother, Mary Lee Brown,
and sister, Terri Lee Brown,
of Flower Mound; sister
and brother-in-law, Priscilla
Jeanne and Phil Kindred of
Carrollton; and father, Delose H. Brown of Dallas. In
addition to his family, Norman is survived by special
friends BeverlyWhetstone and Roxanne Eaton, who
helped his mother care for him until his death at his
home in Flower Mound.
He worked for Gabberts and Southwest Airlines.
He recently graduated from the Ogle School of
Cosmetology. Norman's natural flair for shopping
and interior design relieved many of his friends of
those often dreaded and burdensome tasks. He
never tired of doing things for his friends and family
and was a great motivator. Norman also loved gardening and won local "Yard of the Month" awards as
a result of his green thumb. Norman actively sup'
ported the AIDS Lifewalk benefit by serving as a
team captain since its inception.
A celebration of his life was held in his home.
Donations may be made in his name to any AIDS
charity.
A WEEKLY
CITY-BY-CITY
LISTING OF TWT"S
SUPPORTERS AND
ADVERTISERS
ACROSS TEXAS
TEXAS ORGANIZATIONS
Ace Social Group 01 Mineral Wells
(817)325,0325
Byzantine Catholic Church 01 America
(210)521).8213
State TGRA In~.
.
PO. 1801731Austin
..................
78718·0173
(512)835-5314
THRF AIDS legal Resource Project
'.'
·····
815 Brazos 1801178701. 1.8OQ.828.6417
Viatical Assistance Corp
I.8OQ.892.1282
TEXAS GROUPS BASED IN AUSTIN (AC: 512)
Amty Inri Mbrs lor UG Concerns ... 837·159611ax 836-9715
B.O.A.I
PO. 1357178767
472.3333
Ecumen~ Catholic Church (Texas Deanery) ..
..............
P.O. 91597178709·1597
292.8085
Gay Service NetworkIRoommate Service .
.................
PO. 2585178768
445.7270
lesbian/Gay Rights lobby
P.O. 2579178768
.. 474·5475
. P.O. 50484178763
467·9797
Positive Threads NeWSletter
478.9218
Texas AIDS Net
PO. 2395178768
447.8887
Texas Freedom Network
P.O. 1624178767
.. 322·0545
Texas Human Rights Foundation .. 815 Brazos #801178701
··············
479·647311·800-828·6417
TEXAS GROUPS BASED IN DALLAS (AC: 214)
AIDS Mastery
PO. 36125175235
526.lIFE
lambda Amateur Radio Club
P.O. 35343175235
····························
522·1458
lesbian/Gay Democrats 01 Texas
PO. 224424
.
521'5342, ext 229
Texas Repu~icans lor Equality & Privacy.
..................
PO. 191033
521).6855
TEXAS GROUPS BASED IN FORT WORTH (AC:817)
Texas Gay Veterans
do TClGA
·
3327 Winthrop, Suite 243176116 .. 763-5544
TEXAS GROUP BASED IN SAN ANTONIO (AC: 210)
Texas Gay Rodeo Inlo
735.4108
COMPUTER BUllETIN
BOARDS (modem)
The Apollo Zone
512.322.9391
At Miswi!"s End (lesbian BBS)
512.442.1565
Bare Facts (11 linesl14.4)
8171284.25511214.673-6164
The Bear's Den
713.550.9243
Coyote's Den
214.351.1829
DABBS - HIV/AIDS Inlo Service.
.214.351.0007
First Time (42 lines)
214.231.5250
First TIme (DIFW Metro)
214.697.3565
Fluorescent Igloo
713-524.7342
Gay Matchmaker (chaU20 lines)
(Metro)817'355'60oo
Houston FirstTrme (16 lines)
713-522.1170
Inner City Community (32linesichaUI4.4)
214.351).6658
JAXBBS···········
214•823-1579
last Call
713-523-8366
lost boys
713-975.7943
Male 2 Male
'"
512.389.2487
Mandate·········
214·528·1816
Man's Country ..............•.•.......
214.520.8599
Momma's Place....
.
214.339.7450
The Old Poop's World ...........•......
214.613.6900
The Park (Waco)
817.752.1939
The Pink Flamingo
214.559.3994
Pokey's Place.
.
214.317.7695
Rainbow Room (line 1)
[HS)817.649.1207
Rainbow Room (line 2)
[HS)81 7.649-8560
Sanctuary·
713-802·9106
San Antonio Matchmaker
211).224-6966
St"';e Ray's Place
817.831-1011
Talyn's lair (adults)
214.352.2464
Terminus (14.4) . . . . . . . . .• .
(Metro)817·54J.lI I 1
The Watering H~e
..
..
71 3-895-8356
Xenoo Cale
512.708-0044
log Cabin Republicans 01 TX ..
.
TWr OCTOBER 25 - OCTOBER 31 1996
SI. Andrew's Presbyterian Ch .....
14311 Wells PorV/8728
ABILENE CHURCHES (AC: 915)
.
251·0698
Covenant of Hope Community Church .
Sl.luke·s
United
Methodist
Church
l:ro6 W.lynn
.................
142 Grape SI.
677.7654
·······························
476·8t64
Exodus·MCC
PO. 2473179604
672.7922
Texas Regiooal AIDS Intertaith Nel. (TRAIN)
451'099t
ABILENE CLUB (AC: 915)
Trinity United Methodist Church
600 Eest5th
Just Friends
201 S. 14th
672.9318
····························
459-5835
ABILENE ORGANIZATIONS
(AC: 915)
AUSTtN CLUBS (AC: 512)
Big Coontry AIDS Resources
3909 S. 7th Stn9605
Blue F~mingc
6t7 Red River
469.(t()14
··························
690-9559
'Bout
TIme
9601 N. 1·35
832.5339
AIDS HoWne
(M-F, 4-1Op)
667.A1DS
Chain Drive
504 Willow
481).90t7
IC.H.D. STOIAIDS Clinic
317 Pecan SI.
Chanie's
l:rollavaca
474.6481
·························
676·7825
5th Street Staton
505 E. 5th
478.6065
AMARILLO ORGANIZATIONS
(AC: 606)
Kansas
213 W. 4th
480.TOTO
Amarillo lesbian/Gay Alliance
PO. 9361179105
Oilcan Harry's
21t W. 4th
321).8823
..................................
373-5725
Proteus
6tl E. 6th
472.8922
MCC 01 Amarillo
372.4557
Rainbow Callie Co
:ro5 w. 5th SI.
472.5288
Panhandle AIDS Support Organization
372.1050
AUSTIN ORGANIZATIONSiHELPLINES
(AC: 512)
Texas AIDS Proiecl. .. 711 S. Virginia
371.9110
AA Austin (live and let live) .
Texas Gay Rodeo Association
355.2666
..........
2700 W. Anderson In 14t2l78757 .. 327.3688
ANGLETON ORGANIZATION
(AC: 409)
Adventuring Outdoors
P.O. 2332178768
Gull Coast Center (HIV case manage.) ... 2512 N. Velasco
· .. ·· .. ·· .. ··· .. ··· .. ···
452·5658
···
649·23111(713)489·0545
AIDS DealHY.
459-DEAF
ARLINGTON
CHURCHES (AC: 817)
AIDS legal Resource Project
815 Brazos 11000178701
Christian Gays in FeliowshipiEC
P.O. 120611176012
.. 479-6473
······
448-1555
AIDS Services 01 Austin ..
. P.O. 4874178765
lutherens Concerned·Fort WortlVArlingioo ..
...........
451·2273
.................
2600 W. Boyce
924.3960
Amty Inl'l Mbrs lor UG Concerns
837·159611 ax 836.9715
Trinity MCC
609 Truman
(Metro)265-5454
AusUn lesbian/Gay Politic~ Caucus
PO. 822
ARLINGTON
CLUB (AC: 817)
··························
474.()75O
Artinglon 651
1851 W. Division
275-9651
Austin latincla les. & Gay Organ
472.2001
ARLINGTON
ORGAN./HELPLINES
(AC: 817)
ASA Inlormat~ line
458.AIDS
AIDS Outreach Center
401 W. Sanlord, Suite 1100
Austin BabtistWomen
442.64t5
... 275·3311
Austin Gay Nudists
PO. 684tOlI78768.4tOI
Alpha House, Inc ..
. P.O. 2031176004·2031
NAMES
Project
PO.
t4178767
385.3094
Crossdressers (TVs) Helpline .
Austin Radicat Faeries
(voice mail)703.8952
......
do Della Omega, P.O. 1021
264.7103
Austin Stonewall Chamber 01 Commerce
707.3794
Tarrant County Gay Pride Week Assoc.. .
PO. 3459
Austin VD Clinic
15 Waller
469.2070
.
Fort Worth, TX 76113
Bisexual
Network
PO.
8439178713
370.9573
Tarrant County lesbian/Gay Alliance ..
Bound by Desire (women's S&M support group) .. 473.7104
..... 3327 Winthrop, Suite 2431761 16 .. 763.5544
Capital City Men's Chorus
P.O. 50082
UT Gay/les. Assoc .. P.O. 19348·77
794.5140
......................................
477·7464
ATHENS ORGANIZATIONS
(AC: 903)
. CARE Free HIV fest .. 1633 E. 2nd
473.CARE
Parents. Families & Friends 01 les. & Gays
675.8326
···················
~476·02t7
AUSTIN ADULT THEATER (AC: 512)
Centex Rainbow Society 01 Deal
P.O. 2555178768
Cinema Wesl.
21:ro S. Congress
442.5719
Christopher Hoose (Intermediate Care)
479.0257
AUSTIN BUSINESSES
(AC: 512)
Classic Chassis Car Club
po. 12553178711
Brown Distributing Co. (BudW~ser)
4 I I Chioonl78702
Cornerstone (lesbiarVgaylbi. community center) .
···························
478·9353
..............
1117 Red River178701
708.1515
leather Chest
504 Willow
478.2261
Cooples·AusUn-Texas
PO. 684413178768
N8. .
.
1014·B N.lamarI78703
478-3446
.. 991).0182
38th Street Pharmacy
711 39th Stn8705
E.C. Wood Rlundation .
. PO. 608178767-0608
...........................
458·3764
.........
451·9807
AUSTIN CHURCHES & RELIG. ORDAN. (AC: 512)
From All Walks 01 lile
452.WAlK
Affirmatioo (Methodist)
451.2329
FrontRunners.,
,
,
473-8334
All Saints Ecumenical Catholic Church.
Gamblers (bowling)
345.7311
.
P.O. 91597178709·1597
292.8085
Gay Fathers 01 Austin
451.5835
AIDS Intertaith Alliance
444.0767
Gay, lesbian, Straighl Teachers Network .. P.O. 3803178764
Dignity/Austin. .
.
P.O. 2666
467.7908
.323·2329
First Unitarian Church.
.
452.6168
Heart of Texas Bears ..
. P.O. 684391178768
Grace United Methodist Church ..... 205 E. Monroof78704
.................
707·3737
.442·5944
Helping Hands lor lile, Inc
478-1210
Integrity (Episc.)
PO. 4327 .
HIV Dental ProjecUSansing Clinic. .
. . 479.6833
···
445-6164/478·2494(TTY)
HIV Study Group
450.1866
Intertailh AIDS Care Teams (InterACT)
472.4934
HIV Wellness Ctr
do SI. George's Epis. Church
The Kingdom Seekers (charismatic)
443-5940
................
4301 IH·35178722
467·0068
Uve Oak Unitarian Universalist Church.
In~rme SIDA (inlormaci6n de AIDS en espanot) . 472·2001
............
13276 Research Blvd. 1109
219-9008
KO.OP Rad~
P.O. 49340178765
472.1369
MCCA
425 Woodward
708-6002
lesbian/Gay Pride Commission of Austin.
Mishpachat Am Echad (Jewsh)
PO. 9591
................
P.O. 402064178704
479·9431
.451·7018
lCiACHutherans
Coocerned (David Austin) .
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.832-4159
P.O. 2585178768-2585
.. 916-3236
Men 01 All Colors Together.
P.O. 7161ne713
......
928-2590
Nal. teamer Assoc .. PO. 49801178765
703-8927
Oet Youlh (gay.les. and bi. teens) ... 1117 Red River178701
............
708-1 234lHelpline 477-HElP
Parents, Families & Friends of les. & Gays ..
... PO. 9151178766
302-FLAG
People's Cornmuni~ Clinic. .
. .. 478-8924
Pride HeaHh Fest Club
4805 A Teri Rd.
.............
707-9070
Prime Timers
P.O. 14892178761-4892
Project Transitions, Inc. .
. . P.O. 4826178765
.. 454-8646
David Powell HIV Assessment & treat Clinic.
. 479-6121
Band-Up at Ihe Ranch.
.. ... 11900 FM 812
.................
DeIVallel78617..
. .... 243-2608
Sex and love Addicts Anonymous.
. .. 440-1494
Southern Country.. P.O. 13151178711 .
.243-1578
Team Austin..
. P.O. 161701178716
........
447-64081450-0230
Texas Gay Rodeo Association.
. ..... PO. 1511178767
........
837-8732
United Court of Austin, Inc.. .
PO. 43255178745
Watenoo Counseling Cenler . .
.
2525 Wallingwood
... B~g.15, Suite 1500178746 .... 329-9922
BASTROP ORGANIZATION (AC: 512)
Bural AIDS Serv. Pro .. 1002 Chestnul
303-1403
BEAUMONT CHURCH (AC: 409)
Spin~etop Unitarian Church.
. . 1575 SpindielOfl Rd.
......
m05lO136 .
. ..... 833-6883
BEAUMONT CLUBS (AC: 409)
Copa .
..
304 Orleans.
..
832-4206
Sundowner .
. .. 497 Crockett
833-3989
BEAUMONT ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 409)
Lambda Group AA .... 6300 College. .
. ... 835-1508
Triangle AIDS Network
2544 Broadway177702
.............
832-8336
BROWNSVILLE ORGANIZATION (AC: 210)
AIDS Inlormalion Une .
.
1-800-333-7432
BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION CLUB (AC: 409)
The Club. .
.
308 N. Bryan Ave
823-6767
BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION ORGAN. (AC: 409)
AIDS Services 01 Brazos Valley .
. 1702-B S. Texas Ave.
............
Suite 202lBryan
260-AIDS
Gay, lesbian and Bisexual Agg~s .
.
847-0321
Lambda AA..
..
MHMR Coffeehouse
.... (S. Bryan and Sims)
846-3390
Parenls, Families & Friends olles. & Gays
694-2617
Planned Paren~
(HIV testill!l'STD screening).
.............
4001 E. 29th II0000ryan
260-1061
Speakers Bureau. .
.
847-0321
CARROLLTON CHURCHES & RELIG. ORGAN,
(AC:214)
Cathedral 01 Ughl ... 2040 N. Denlon. .
. . 245-6520
Sevenlh·Day Adventist Kinship..
.. PO. 110116175011
..........................
416-1358
COMMERCE ORGANIZATION (AC: 903)
ANGlSlAssociation lor the Needs 01 Gay and lesbian Stu.
at EastTexas State Univ.. ..
886-5205
CORPUS CHRISTI BUSINESSES (AC: 512)
Pure Prde Bookstore .4445 Gollihar
814-HOMO
CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCHES (AC: 512)
Melropolitan Commu,;1y Church of Corpus Christi .
...............
1315 Craig SIfl8404..
.882-8255
Soc~~ 01 Friands (Quakers)
PO. 3296178463
.......................
993-1207
CORPUS CHRISTI ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 512)
Coastal Bend AIDS Foundation .
. 527 Gordon
......................................
814-2001
Gays Gelling Togelher .
. .. PO. 331394178463-1394
............................
882-6550
lo"ng Spoonlul
P.O. 3534178404
883-7763
The Passage (AIDS care residence).
. . PO. 1454178403
.. . .. .. .
..
887-7042
DALLAS ACCOMMODATIONS (AC: 214)
Comlort Inn
14975 Landma~ Blvd
701-0881
DALLAS ADULT THEATER (AC: 214)
Alernat.es
1720 W. Mockingbird
630-7071
DALLAS APARTMENT COMMUNITY (AC: 214)
Planlation House
2625 Hudnall
522-0060
DALLAS A"ORNEYS (AC: 214)
~ski,
John
3210 Oak Lawn
526-9699
Oak Lawn Bar Association (relerrals)
523-9023
Stewart, Charles L.
3500 Oak Lawn 1400
... ·············
521-3604
DALLAS BUSINESSES/SERVICES (AC: 214)
log Cabin RepuWicans 01 Austin ....
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Aardvark, Etc..
.
veterinary services/grooming
..... 2525 Wyctiff, Suite 103 .. . .. 520-8835
Apolhecary Shop II .
. . 3434 Swiss Ave175024
..........
823-4520
Apothecary Shop 12 .
. .... Aston Center-Uf Med. Clr.
.. 5303 Harry Hinesl75235 .
. 688-2422
Crossroads Markel. .
. ..... 3930 CeKlar Sprngs
........
...521-8919
Eagle Honda (Jack Averitt)
5311 lemmon Ave.
......................
904-3324
Ewing & Assoc. (insurance) .
. 886-8445
Iron Press Cleaners
3818 Cedar Springs
..........................
443-9936
lambda Pages.
. .. 3100 Carlisle
880-7577
lealher by Boots. 2525 Wycliff, Suite 124
528-3665
Ule Benefactors
(John Lochner) 254-1603
Mardi Gras Male Dancers
839-3993
..................................
691-8300
Rice, Keith L., CPA
16051 Addison #216
.......................
387-5533
Simple Elegance Florist
4028 Cedar Springs
.........................
559-6171
Sir Tuxedo
3400 Oak Lawn
520·TUXS
Stat Script Pharmaees
1-800-829-3044
.3818 Cedar Springs 1106 ..... 522-4006
... 8226 Douglas 1331 .
.. 373-3494
Union Jack
3920 Cedar Springs
528-9600
Uptown Realtors
979-0007
Zebra Printing & Grapllics .
.
4054 McKinney, 1103
...............................
599-9264
DALLAS CHURCHES & RELlG, ORGAN. (AC: 214)
Affirmalion (Melhodist)
528-4913
Cathedral 01 Hope MCC
5910 Cedar Springs
Legacy Counseling Center.
.. 4054 McKinney, Suite 212175204 .. 520-6308
Oak lawn Commun~ Services.
. ..... 4300 MacArthur
......
520-8108
DALLAS DOCTORS (AC: 214)
Bellos, Nicholaos C., M.D .... 8226 Dou~as Ave., Suite 311
.... (24 hours)
891l-7943
Coats, Andrew Gordon (chiro.) .
.. 3303 lee Pa~,
Suite 350 ... 528-6292
Comprehensive Care Center. .
.
2708 Inwood
.351-3936
Diamond, Susan M., M.D ..
.8226 Douglas #311
891l-7943
Nalson-Tehedc Communi~ Clinic ..... 4012 Cedar Springs
.. P.O. 190869175219-0869 ..... 528-2336
Swanson, Jan, 0.0..
. .. 1244 S. Ridge C1.1103, Hurst
..........
(817)285-0800
Watson, Terry R., D.O. .
..3618 Fairmounl
................
520-7200
DALLAS FITNESS CENTERS (AC: 214)
The Club
2616 Swiss
821-1990
Mirllowne Spa
2509 Pacif •..........
821-8989
DALLAS ORGANIZATIONS/HELPLINES
(AC: 214)
ACT·UPlDalias. .
.
521-5342, e~. 224
Addicare Alcohol & Drug Crisis Une
824-6503
Alrican-American HIV/AIDS Support Group
941-7696
African-American Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Coalition.
..... 521-5342, ext. 828
AIDS ARMS ... 4300 MacArthur 1160, lB5 .... 521-5191
AIDS ClinK:lPar~and Hospit~ ..
......
5201 Harry Hines BWd.16B.
. 590-5632
AIDS Funding Association.
.
522-3722
AIDS Hotline. .
. ..... 5591243711-800-924-AIDS
AIDS Info Line (24 hrs). .
.
1-800-299-2437
AIDS Inlertaith Netwo~ (Oak Cliff)
941-7696
AIDS Mastery ..
..
521-5342, ext, 325
AIDS Prevention Project (Iree and anon.)
905-2190
AIDS Programs/OlCS .
. .. 2017 Cedar Springs
..................
520-8108
AIDS Resource Cenier/FHU .
. .2701 Reagan SI.
.... P.O. 190869175219-0869 ..... 521-5124
AIDS Services 01 DallaS/PWACD .
. .. P.O. 4336
...............
941-0523
AIDS Update (ARC newsletter)
521-5342, e~.220
Alliance for Progress.
.3102 Oak Lawn, Suite 700
..... 520-2205l1-800-521l-4AFP
Alliance of Design Professionals.
.
P.O. 565112
.................
526-2085
ARC Client Services.
..
521-5444
ARC fax line..
..
522-4804
Asians & Friends .... PO. 9142175209. .
. .. 480-5906
Asian Gay Males: Dragon Flies
P.O. 190869175219
. 521-5342, ext. 852
Assoc. for Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Educators .. 824-5924
Big 0 longhorns Square Dance Club . PO. 190869175219
......
521-5342, e~. 272
Bryan's House.
. .. 559-3946
Buddy Projecl .
..
520-8108
Cheer Dallas ... 3027 Routh SI., Suite 200
922-9229
Classic Chassis Car Club .
.
P.O. 7703175209
Client Services lax line
521-3859
Codependents Anonymousllambda..
.
520-8108
CoupleslMelro Dallas. .
.
P.O. 803156175360
.521-5342, ext. 464
Crossdressers (TVs) Hel~ine
264-7103
DlFW Big Man's Club. . .
.264-2449
DlFW MAN. (Metro Area Nudisls) .... PO. 612813175261
...................
933-4334
DlFW Young Natur.ts Club. .
PO. 802815175380
Daire Cenler (adult day care for PWAs)
522-4365
Dal. Co. Deal AIDS Task Force..
.. P.O. 835546
. Richardsonl75083 .
.......
516-54421516-5443(TDD)
Dallas Bears
. c/o FHU, P.O. 190869
.75219-0869.
.......
(hotline)521-5342, e~. 880
Dallas Gay & lesbian Alliance
P.O. 190712
..... 528-4233
DIVA (volleyball)..
. P.O. 190869175219-0869
............
521-5342, exl. 804
DJ.C.D.I (Dal.lnvil. Columbus Day Tm. Bowling Org.) .
..........
240-8351
D~las legal Hospice .. 370 W. 7th
941-2800
Dallas NAMES Project.
.. ..
823-3699
Dsjas Si.er Sabres. .
. .. 3230 Adbritain Dr175211
......................
467-3474
Dallas Tavem Gui~
3303 Reagan SI175219
.......................
521-0638
Deal Action Center..
. .... 521-0407
...............................
~~m
Congregalion Beth EI Binah
P.O. 191186175219
..............................
497-1591
Belhany Presbyterian Church
528-4084
Communi~ Church 01 Relig. Science
2829 W. N.w. Hwy
............
358-3992
Dign~/Dalias (Catholic gaySl1esbians) . PO. 190133175219
.... 521-5342, ext. 832
Disciples 01 Christ gay~esbian support (GLAD) ..
...........
P.O. 190181175219
946-2184
Firsl Unitarian Church of D~las
4015 Normandy
... 528-3990
Friends Full Gospel. . 5427 Phillip Ave
821-4332
Gay People in Chrisl~n Science .
. .. PO. 2878
................
522-3086
Grace Fellowship .. 5029 lemmon Ave. .
. 528-2811
Holy Trini~ Commun~ Church. .
4402 Roseland
..........................
827-5088
Hones~ (Baptists).
. .... P.O. 190869175219
..................
521-5342, ext 233
Dallas Center lor A Course in Miracles
943-6298
SI. Thomas the Aposlle Episcopal Church ..
............
6525 Inwood Rd...
..
352-0410
Sevenlh·Day Adventist Kinship
P.O. 38454
... 416-1358
Universal Creator's Community Church
690-0883
White Rock Communi~ Church .
............
722 Tenison Memorial Rd ..... 320-0043
White Rock Friends HIV Support.
. . 320-0106
DALLAS CLUBS (AC: 214)
Anchor Inn. .
. . 4024 Cedar Springs
526-4098
Anether Bar
4020 Maple Ave...
..
520-1366
Bamboleo's. .
. . 5027Lemmon Ave
520-1124
Big Daddy's
4024 Cedar Springs.
. 528-4098
Budcles It
4025 Maple Ave
526-0887
Crews Inn. . .
3215 N. Rtzhugh .
. .. 526-9510
Dallas Eag~
2515 Inwood Rd. 1107
357-4375
Hidden Door .
. . 5025 Bowser
526-0620
Hideaway
4144 Buena Vista.
.
559-2966
Ice Factory
4117 Maple Ave
521-2024
JR's .
.
3923 Cedar Springs.
. 36Il-3608
Jugs
3610 Congress
521-3474
The Melro .
..
2204 Elm
742-2101
Moby Dick
4011 Cedar Springs. .
. 520-MOBY
Numbers
4024 Cedar Springs.
. .. 559-4098
Bound-Up Saloon .. 3912 Cedar Springs
522-9611
Starck
703 McKinney .
.. . 922-9677
Sue Ellen's
3903 Cedar Springs
380-3808
TMC
3014 Throckmorton.
.380-3608
Treslle
412 S. Haskell
826-9988
2525
2525 Wycliff
520-2525
Village Station
3911 Cedar Springs.
. . 360-3808
~ppers
3333 N. Fitzhugh
526-9519
DALLAS COUNSELING (AC: 214)
Bedrick, Dianna M. Ph.D., L.PC
223 S. Mootc.ir Ave.
. 75208
948-5557
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DIFFA
748.8580
Pentamidine Mist Treatments
528-23361521.5124
Eastlield Lambda Siudent Alliance
324.7185
D.J:s. .
.
1308 SI. louis
927.7321
People Uke Us [PlUS+[
521.5444
Federal Club
PO. 191153175219. .
..699.5889
Magnolia Sialion
600 W. Magn~ia
332.0415
Phil
Johnson
AIDS
Research
Library
521.5124
Federal GLOBE 01 Texas, Inc
P.O. 50961175250
The 651 Club
651 S. Jennings
332.0745
Phil Johnson Gay & lesbian Library
528.9254
·
·· .. ·· .. ··· .. ·· .. ··
264-2800
Square Room
2308 W. 7th St
336-1410
PWA Coalition 01 Dallas . PO. 4336
941-0523
Firedancers (leathern,.; club) .... PO. 190869175219.0869
FORT WORTH DOCTORS (AC: 817)
Police Harassment Reporting
528.4233
Firsl Gay & lesbian Credil Union
P.O. 191324
Swanson, Jan, 0.0
1244 S. Ridge C1.1103, Hurst
Positive+Person~s
521-5342, ext. 250
..................
2701 Reagan
599-0802
·······························
285-0800
Presbylerians lor lesbiarVGay Concems
823-2317
Food Panlry
521.3390
FORT WORTH ORGAN,/HELPLINES (AC: 817)
Prime Timers
P.O. 191101175219
504.8866
Foundalioo for Human Understanding
528-0144
AIDS Awareness Clin~
2825 E. ROSedale
Queer
Nation/Dallas
PO.
64091175206
Friends Associating & Relating
328-6749
·
···
··· .. ·· .. ···
534-CARE
·
··· .. ·· .. ·
504-8720
Gay and lesbian Gardeners
P.O. 190552175219
AIDS Helpline.
..
870-7346
Rainbow F~ers Pilots Assoc..
.
PO. 190990175219
····························
557-2188
AIDS
Information
Une
336.0066
..................
521,5342, e~. 840
Gay and lesbian Communi~ Center
2701 Reagan SI.
..............
(outside Tarrant Co.) .. 1.800-836.0066
Rainbowlers (Tues. at 8:30)
528.5813
................................
528-9254
AIDS Inlerlaith Network .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ....
..
Rainbow Skydiving Club
357.9880
Gay and lesbian Parents Coalition International ..
..........
603 W. MagnOlia Ave., Suite 207 " 927.2437
Respect All YOulh (gNb youth)
521-5342, e~. 288
..........
P.O. 1540321, Irvingl75015-4031 .. 259.9862
AIDS
Outreach
Cenler
1125
W.
Peler
Smith
Rice Gay & Lesbian Alumni Assoc.lDFW Chapter ..
Gay & lesbian Switchboard
528.0022
································
335-1994
........
834 S. Montclair Ave.175208.5856 .
Gay/lesbian Inlo. Line (OlCS)
P.O. 191069
Alliance News (TClGA) .
.
877.5544
. (Michael)
942.9537
Assoc. 01 Gayr1.eslBi. Educators.
.
329.3415
.520-8781
Sin
Fronteras
(radio
program)
P.O.
190922175219
GaYr1.esbian Young Adults.
.. 2701 Reagan SI.
Bridgethe Gap, Inc
(HIVIAIDS lesting, educ.)
· .. · .. ·· .. ··
826-8869
...............................
521,5342, ext. 260
··
2825 E. Rosedale176105
531.0223
Stonewall (Narc. Anon.)
5415 Maple, Suile 120175235
Gay Married Men's Support Group
558.1696
Co-Dependenls
Anonymous
517.5847
Sionewall Dive Club
PO. 227031175222
Gaymsters Bridge Club
PO. 190856175219.0856
Couples w/gay or bisexual partner
336.4551
Stonewall Professional and Business Associatioo .
...............
526-8376
Cowtown leathermen
536-8051
................
PO. 191343175219
526.6216
GLAAD/Dallas ..
'" P.O. 190889175219-0869
CrisislSwcide Inlervenlion (24-hr. help)
927.5544
Suiode & Crisis Cenler
828.1000
...............................
521,5342, ext. 280
Diversi~
689-7925
TGRNOalias '" PO. 191166175219-8168
528-1115
HIV Anon. Testing & Couns~ing
921l-7916
Fami~
Vi~ence
Couns~ing
282.2211
Team Dallas
PO. 190869175219-0869
HIV Testing (AIDS Resource Cenler)
528-2336
Fori Worth Formal
877,5544
...............................
521,5342, e~. 800
HIVTesting&Counseling
819-1980
Fori W~ Gay Pride Week Assoc
PO. 3459176113
Team Dallas Aquatics
941.0831
Hands to Hearts (sociaVsingles)
699.5763
Fort Worth Men's Chorus..
PO. 101464
Texas Falhers lor Equal Rights
PO. 50052
Housing Opportunities for PWAs (HOPWA)
819.1828
. .. 731-0122
... One Main PI. Sial
741.4800
ImmunOOse (aerobics)
522.0850
Fulure Fori Worth-Arlinglon .
.. 5736 Pe~hing
The
Texas
Motorcycle
Club.
.
PO.
9188175209
Imperial Sovereign R"Ial Court de Dallas ..
· .. · .. ··· .. · .. ·· .. ··· .. ·
·
323-9031
.. ···
528-5692
................
PO. 190464175219
521.8446
GALNGay and lesbian Assoc. 01TCJC .
IR.U.S.T. (adolescenl children 01 gays and lesbians) .
Kyro Proj.lnc. (KYRO News) .
. .. P.O. 214223
..............
TCJC Siudent Act. Bldg
828 Harwooc
......................
528-9191
................................
526-KYRO (5976)
..................
HursV76054. .
788.6644
Turtle Creek Chorale
526.3214
lambda Amaleur Radio Club
PO. 35343175235
Gayr1.esbian Youlh.
. .338.4551
Umoja Hermanas (lesbians of color) .. 943.8750/946.7108
···························
522-1458
Heallh Depl. STD Info
871.7357
Uniled
Courl
01
the
lone
Slar
Empire
P.O.
190865
lambda Bowling (men and women) .. (Metrol817)267.9055
Health Education learning Projecl
332.7722
.. 522-28231559-2806
lambda Car Club .. P.O. 710271175371..
.
521.7309
HIV Anonymous Group
292.9494
Women's Health Project. .
.4012 Cedar Springs
Lambda Codependents Anonymous
520.8108
Imperial Court de Fori WorlWArlington
654.9114
......
521-5131
Lambda MeetinglSex & love Addicts Anon
241.5442
Imperial Privy Council
PO. 365176101
Women's Spirituality Group ..
. 5008 Homer SI.
Lambda Overeaters Anenymous
488-3301
Inslitute for Teen AIDS Prevention
P.O. 136116176136
··········
826-9213
lambda Wee~y (radio program)
P.O. 35031175235
·····························
237-0230
DENISON CLUB (AC: 903)
·· .. ·
·
·
·
823-8930
Lambda AA
1700 81h Ave176110
921.2871
Good Time lounge .. 2520 Hwy 91 N. .
463-9844
lambda AA
2727 Oak lawn
522.6259
Lambda Alanon
737.7681
DENTON CLUB (AC: 817)
leadership lambda Inc
PO. 190228175219
leadership luncheon Forum
877.5544
Bedo's
1215 E. Univers~
586-9910
lesbiarVGay Political Coalition .......•
.
370-0480
·················
.. ·······
712-6430
DENTON ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 817)
A league 01 Our Own (bowIing)(Sleve)
372.5337
looe Slar Bowling league
338-0706
AIDS Services of Denton
361.1501
lealher Knighls
PO. 190111175219
521.3239
lone Star Chari~ Rodeo Assoc.
.
336,7927
Courage!UNT Studenl Group
585-6110
les~an BooIr Club
331.5513
longhorn Bowling Assoc. (Tony)
283.8295
Harvest Melropolitan Communi~ Church .
lesbiarVGay PoIit.al Coalition 01 Dallas. P.O.227273175222
NAMES Projecl.
33.NAMES
.............
1-35 at Exit 460
321.2332
·· .. · .. ·· .. ·· .. ··
·
··
504-6724
Over the Hill, Inc. (HIVIAIDS lesting cenler) .
Parents, Families & Friends of Les. & Gays
387.1491
lesbian Morns and Gay Dads
526'5088
..
2001 S. Frwy176104
922.9955
EL PASO CLUBS (AC: 915)
Lesbian Resource Center
,
821-3999
Parents, Families & Friends 01 les. & Gays
498.5607
Old Plantation
219 S. Ochoa
533.6055
lesbian Visionaries ... P.O. 190712 '" 521-5342, e~. 844
Respecl·TCJC
NE
Campus
281.7860
San Antonio Mining Company
800 E. San Antonio
Lile Walk .
..
443.WAlK
Ribbons of Hope
763.8168
· .. ·· .. ··
533-9516
Men 01 All Colors Together
PO. 190611175219
Ryan Avenue AA .
..
3144 Ryan Ave.
U·GoHI
216 S. Ochoa
533.9310
Samarilan House
2200 Ephriham
626.9398
···························
521-4765
EL PASO ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 915)
log CabinlMelroplex Republicans
PO. 191033
.
lax 626-8289
AIDS Inlo. .
. . Eng.-543-3574
Span.-543.3575
.. ··· .. · .. ·· .. ··· .. ··· .. ··
520-6655
Second Salurday (gay male socials)
795.1376
HIV & STD lesting
222 S. Campbell
543.3560
NAMES Projecl.
PO. 190869175219
520.SEWS
Second Tuesday (lesbian soci~s)
795.1376
lambda Une (helplinelswitchboarrl'24 hrs.)
562.GAYS
Narcotics Anonymous (24 hrs.)
699.9306
Sex Addicts Anonymous
347-4711
lambda Services
PO. 31321179931.0321
Nelson· Tebedo Communi~ Clinic
4012 Cedar Springs
Sexuali~ Education Cenler
338-4551
MCC EI Paso
916 E. Yandell
591.4155
·
528-2336
Spiritual AIDS Ministry
535-5002
Parents, Families & Friends 01 les. & Gays
591.4S64
Nal. lealher Assoc
PO. 7597175209
Survivors oflncest
335.4330
SOulhwesl AIDS Comm
1505 M~ero
·
521-5342, ext. 820
Tarranl Coun~ lesb~rVGay Alliance .. 1219 61h Ave176104
· .. ··
·
· .. ·
772-3366
Nonh Texas Assoc. of Phys.ians lor Human R~hts .
............................
877-5544nax 877-1626
FORT
WORTH
BUSINESSES
(AC:
817)
·
12222 Coit Rd
233-3100
Tarranl Coon~ Tavern Gui~.
. ... 877.4419
Casa M~na Theatre
3101 lancaster
Northern Lighls Alternatives
871.1611
IC.MER.F. Drug Trealmenl Clr
900 Soulhland Ave.
..................
332-CASA
Oak lawn Band
Sammons Center for Ihe Arts
TCU Triangle Siudeni Group.
.
921.7160
D.J:s Restaurant
1308 SI. louis
927.7321
..................
P.O. 27175219
972.497.1458
...............
336-54541336-1978 ..
Deblmaster, Inc..
. .. (888)678.3328
Oak lawn Bowling Association
871-0809
..............
HIV clinic 534-2273
..............
(Melro)498-3864
Oak lawn Community Services
P.O. 191069175219
Teen Project Hotline
332.8382
Hayes Discount Pharmacy
426 S. Hendersonl76104
··
4300 MacArthur 1200
520.8108
Texas AIDS Network (Thomas B.) '"
335.1994
..........
336-7281
Oak lawn Soccer Club.
. .. 834 S. Monlclair Ave175208
Texas Gay Rodeo Assoc
P.O. 786176101
FORT WORTH CHURCHES & RELIG. ORGAN,
......................................
942-9537
731-2143
(AC:817)
Oak lawn Tennis Assoc
PO. 224605175222.4605
Texas Gay Velerans
877.5544
Agape MCC
4615 SE loop 820
535.5002
TVITS Support Group
(214)264.7103
.. ·· .. ·
··· .. ···
739-2726
Celebralion
Communi~
Church
1959
Sandy
In.
Oak lawn Wr,ers Workshop
522.2148
Wornen's Singles.
..
249.1622
· .. ·
· .. ··
469-8995
OASIS Recovery Program/OlCS
4300 MacArthur
GALVESTON BUSINESS (AC: 409)
Fellowship 01 love .. 711 Gambrell SI.
921.5683
Ule Benefactors
744.3200
··························
520-8108
Hones~ (Baptisls)
924-4159
O.U.T. (Over & Under Thirty) ... c/o Gay & les. Comm. CIr.
GALVESTON CLUBS (AC: 409)
lulherans ConcernedlForl WortWArlingion .
Kon·Tiki
315 23rd (Tremonl)
763-6264
...........................
P.O. 190869175219-0869
.................
2800 W. Boyce
924-3966
longfelioWs
2405 Postoffice
763-8800
Parenls, Families & Friends 01 les. & Gays
348-1704
Specialln"lation Ministries
1520 Hemphill
GALVESTON ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 409)
Parents Supporl Group (PWA)
262.84791248-2721
FORT WORTH CLUBS (AC: 817)
AIDS Coalit~n 01 Coastal Texas, Inc
1419 Tremoot
Pegasus Softball Assoc
P.O. 191075
Copa Cebana
1002 S. Main
336.8911
.763-AIDS
.358-8002
Corral Club
621 Hemphill
335-0196
Galveslon Tennis Netwo~ (Jerry) ..
.765-5071
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Garden Party. .
. P.O. P.O. 66693177266-6693
SI. Stephen's E~scop~ Church. .
. . 1805 W. Alabama
Gay FathersiFalhers Rrst of Houston (John) ... P.O. 981053
Gun Coast Center (HtV case management) ..
Unitarian Men's Group.
. 526·5200
.. 861-6181
... 1721 Tremont(23rd). .
. . 762-5935
HOUSTON CLUBS (AC: 713)
Gay & Lesbian People in Medicine. . .
.523-4700
Lambda AA .
.684-21401(713)489-1573
Brazos River Bottom .. 2400 Brazos. .
. .. 528-9192
Gay & Lesbian Switchboard.
. PO. 88469177266-6469
Sitk Slocking Ball .
Briar Patch .. 2294 W. Holcombe at Greenbriar .. 665-9678
.529-3211
... David Bump, P.O. 5295177554. .737-3122
E/J's..
. 2517 R~ph SI. .
.. .527·907t
GaysiLesbians of Rice.
. . 527-8101
HARLINGEN CLUB (AC: 210)
Gentry..
.2303 Richmond..
.. 520·1861
Gay
Men's
Chorus.
.
P.O.
541004177254-1004
Colors .
..
703 Ed Carey Dr
440-8663
Heaven.
. Pac ~c at Grant..
.. 521-9123
Gay Men's Network.
. .. 529-3211
HOUSTON ACCOMMODATIONS (AC: 713)
The Hill.
.12726 N. Frwy ..
.873-8810
Gay, Lesbian & Biserual Alliance at U of H .
The Lovett Inn
501 Lovett.. .
. 522-5224
Incognito. . .
.2524 McKinney. . .
. .. 237-9431
.. P.O. 314177204-3650.. .
.743-5180
The Montrose Inn. ..408 Avondale
520-0206
Inergy ..
.5750 Chimney Rock .. .. . 666-7310
Gay, Lesbian & Bi, Veterans 01 AmenceiHou.
. . 951-9925
HOUSTON ADULT BOOKSTORES (AC: 713)
JR's.
.808Pacific..·
521-2519
Good Sports (",lege lootbaillbaskelball fans) ... 523-9000
After Dart< News..
...1431 W.181h
Lazy J .. .
.312 Tuam .
.. . 528-9343
Greater Houston Gay & lesbian Chamber of Commerce .
Big City News & Video. . .
. .. 10105 Gull Frwy
Mary's.
. 1022 Westheimer .
.527-9669
... 1109 Hyde Par1<l77006.
. . 523-7576
Gas U!jlt News .
. . 3519 Bellaire
Montrose Mining Co.. .805 Pacific. .
. .. 529-7488
Grealer Houston Pocket Billiards League (PJ). .863-8482
Richmond News & Video (24 hrs.) .
.4330 Richmond
Outpost..
.. 1419 Richmond..
.520-8446
Grey Party.. ..
.. . P.O. 130773177219
HOUSTON ADULT THEATER (AC: 713)
Pacific Streel. .
. . 710 Pacific. .
. .. 523-0213
Gulf Coast Transgender Community .... P.O. 66643177266
French Quarter
3201 Louisiana
527·0782
Qrs . .
. .. 534 Westheimer. .
.529-8813
... 780-4282
HOUSTON APARTMENT COMMUNITY (AC: 713)
Rascals.
.1318 Westheimer .
. .. 942-CLUB
Hate Cnmes Hotline.
. . P.O. 86469177266-8469
Chaleaux Dijon ... 5331 BeveRy HiIIl11.. .
. 626-3660
Rich's. . .
. .. 2401 San Jacinto.
.759-9606
.529-9615
HOUSTON ATTORNEYS (AC: 713)
Ripcord.
. .. 715 Fairview.
. .. 521-2792
Health Dept. AIDS Hotline. .
. . 794-9020
Archer, Danna K..
. 524-1273
Santa Fe Bar & Patio ... 804 Pacific. .
. . 521-2519
Heartsong
(women's
chorus).
.
..
P.O.
980243177098-0243
Green, Bill (24 hrs.) ..
.. 266-1004
611 Club..
.. 611 Hyde ParI<..
.... 526-7070
Herpes H.E.L.P. Hotline.
. . 879-1142
Hurder, Richard.
.......
.871-0731
Steam (after hours) ... 402 Lovett..
.. 521-1450
HIV Counseling .'
. 701 Richmond. .
. 529-0037
Milledge, Samuel L. .
. 465-3385
Venture-N .
. .. 2923 S. Main. . .
. ... 522-0000
Houston Area Bears. PO. 68443177226 . .
. . 867-9123
Ritchie & Glass (24 hrs.) .
.. 521-9216
HOUSTON COUNSELING (AC: 713)
Houston
Area
Teen
Coalitioo
of
Homosexuals
..
942·7002
Roll, Raoornph Earl. . .
. 869-7933
Edd, Nicholas, Dr., Psy.D..
. ... 493-9984
Houston Black Tie Dinner. .
. .. 523-9611
~mon & Knesek .
. 524-6000
Montrose Coonseting Center . .
. . 701 Richmond
Houston
Gay
&
Lesbian
Parents.
.
.
.
.
284-4939
Walker, Jim
552-1117
.529-0037
Houston Gay & Lesbian Poln<ai Ceucus . PO. 66884/77266
HOUSTON BUSINESSESISERVICES
(AC: 713)
Dstrin, Olivia, M.Ed., L.P.C. ..
. .. 493-9984
.. 521-1000
AdvancelDamron Vacations .
HOUSTON DOCTORSIDENTISTS (AC: 713)
Houston Lesbian/Gay POOe Week '96 ..
. Ooe Greenway Plaza, Suite 890 . 888-1023
OnCoI Medical Group. .
. ... 961-7100
.. PO. 98071177266-6071 .
. . 529-6979
Bask Brothers.
.. 1232Westheimer.
.522-1626
Smith, Bruce W., D.D.S. .
. . 529-4384
Houston lesbian and Gay Community Center ..
CfeADlive.. .
.. 2014 Sui Ross ..
.. 526-5190
HOUSTON FITNESS CENTERS (AC: 713)
.. P.O. 2304177252. .
. . 867-7904
Crossroads Mart<et.. 1111 Westheimer ..
.942-0147
The Ctub .
. . 2205 Fannin. .
. . 659-4998
Houston Metropolitan Billiards League.
. 299-8969
Dramatika
.. 3804 S. Shepherd. . .
. . 528-5457
Midtowne Spa. .
.3100 Fannin. . .
.522-2379
Houston Outdoor Group.
. KAMP-OUT
Exposure Prints by lio..
. 619-1968
HOUSTON HEALTH CLUB (AC: 713)
Houston Prkie Band .. 309 Stratford 14. . .
.524-0218
Houston GayiLesbian Yellow Pages.
. . 942-0084
Fnness Exchange ... 3930 Kirby 1300 .
. 524-9932
Houston Professional Men's Association. . .
. . 866-4079
Jack Roach Ford .... 2727 S.w. Frwy. . .
.525-7400
HOUSTON ORGANIZATIONS/HELPLlNES
(AC: 713)
Houston Professionals. .
. P.O. 38401Hum~e
Lealher by Boots. . .. 807 Fairview. .
. . 526-2666
Atrican-Amencan Lesbian/Gay Alliance. P.O. 130818177219
.. 821-7126
Leather by Boots .. 715 FairviewiRipcord. . .
. 526-0444
.... 884-2242
Houslon Tennis Club. .
. ... 875-2891
ute Benelactors..
... Janel Cohen.
.. 800-330-5281
AIDS Alliance ot the Bay Area .
.. 409-744-3200
Houston Triangle Scuba Divers . . . . 10727 Hazenl77072
. 17511 EI Camine Real #159 .... 488-4492
... 530-7822
Life Today ..
. . 892-5433
AIDS Foundation Houston. . .
. 3202 Weslayan
Houston Wednesday Night Mixers Bowling. . . . 522-9612
Muscles In Action (C.J. Harringlon). .
.965-9917
... 623-6796
Houston
Women's
Softball
League.
.
.
P.O.
70668177270
PostNet .
. 2620-B S. Shepherd. .
. . 528-7678
AIDSIHIV Inlo. Une (referrals). .
. 902-2231
.. 721-8854
R<e Pharmacy ..
.527-8339
AIDS Hotline (9a-9p) . .
. .. 524-AIDS
Houslon
Wreslling
Club.
.
..
.
..
P.O.
131134177219-1134
Stal Script Pharmacy. . .
. .. 4101 Greenbriar 1235
AIDS Intertaith Council of Houston. .
. 882-5995
.. 453-7408
.1_800-829-3044.521-17001521-5855
AIDS Legal Hotline...
. .. 528-7702
Impertal Court of the Single Star . P.O. 980444177098-0444
Suzanne Anderson Properties. . .
. . 529-8484
AtDS Mastery ..
. 524-AIDS
.. 587-5428
TWT Graphics (art, design, typesetting).
.527-9111
American Civil Uberties Union. .
. .. 942-8146
Inner Loop Sundey Bowling.
. ... 522-9612
Tuxedo G~lery .
.1214 W. 43 .
.. 888-3199
Asians & Friends ... P.O. 740348177274..
.772-3757
Jewisil Fami~ Services..
.4131 S. Braeswood
... S. Cherry Park. .
. 345-8959
The Assistance Fund.
.. 1116 Jackson Blvd.
. ... 667-9338
USA Pageanlry . .
. . 523-5293
... 7700611210..
.529-4788
Jusl for Us (teens with gayiles. parenls) .
. . 888-8260
HOUSTON CHURCHES & RELIG. ORGAN. (AC: 713)
Astro Rainbow Alliance of the Oeaf, tnc ...
Krewe of OlympuSfexas . .
. ... P.O. 920794177292
Bering Memonal Uniled Methodist Church .... 1440 Harold
.. P.O. 66138177266-6136
.526-1017
KPFT Radio...
.419 Lovett..
.. 526-4000
AVES, Inc. .. . 4126 S.w. Frwy, Sune 1717 .... 626-2837
Lambda Cenler AA. . 1201 W. Clay.
. (office) 521-1243
Community Gospel .... 4305 Lillian .
. .. 880-9235
Bayou C'" Ilo\'s Club .
. P.O. 131284177219
...
(lobby)
528-9772
Commun", 01 the Reoonciling Servant .
Bering Care Center ... 1440 Harold.
. .. 520-7070
Lambda R~~rskaling Club.. . 7414 Puerto Vallartal77083
... (PresbyierianiRetormed).
..462-7154
Bering Community Service Foundation.
Larry
Garrett
Found.,
Inc.
(10a-6p)
....
11525
Burdine
1421
Covenant Baptist Church.
.6610 Alder St.
.. P.O. 540517177254...
.. 529-6071
.. 888-8830
.1303177035 .
. .. 729-7077
Bering Dental Clinic ... 1440 Harold .
.524-7933
LesblGay
StudentS/UH
Clear
Lake
..
2700
Bay
Aleam058
Dawn of Failh Chnslian Church. .. 8405-K Almeda-Genoa
BiNet Houston.
.467-4380
.. 991-6766
LIB...
. .. 529-0077
Body PositiveIHou .. 1475 W. Gray 1176.
. ... 524-2374
Lesb~ns Over Age 50 . P.0.980601 .
.. .. 661-1432
Dign", (gay Calhrnics) .
. 1307Yale, Suite H
Brazoria
County
Fr~nds
.
P.O.
1596lBeitaire
77402
.. 880-2872
Log Cabin Houslon.
. PO. 131104177219-1104
Brotherhood of Pain
.... PO. 66524177266-6524
.... 529-9100
First Unilanan Church . 5200 Fannin.
. .. 526-5200
.942-8402
Lone Star Nudisl Group..
.. PO. 66621177266
Grace Lutheran Church..
. ... 2515 Waugh
Bumies
on
the
Bayou,
Inc.
.
.
..
PO.
68832177266
... 866-8847
... 526-7708
Chain Gang Bicycling Club..
. .... 863-1860
Lone Slar V<>leybail Association. . .
. 878-4629
Hou. Mission Church .. 1505 Nevada. .
.529-8225
Ctassic Chassis Car Club .
.. P.O. 9811 02177098
MCC Library (Gay & Lesbian Archives). .
. . 861-9149
Integr", (Episcopalians and friends) .
Codependents Anonymous.
.. . 529-3211
Miss Camp America Fotmdation. . P.O. 742iBe11aire 774ft!.
... PO. 66008177266-6008. .
. 432-0414
Colt 45's, Inc.lAIDS Troubte Fund. .
. . PO. 66604177266
.940-STAR
Jewish Family Services..
,4131 S. Braeswood
.. 526-6077
.... 667-9338
Monday Night Women's Bowling.
. . 437-62181862-3630
Crisis Hotline.
.228-1505
Monlrose Clinic ..... 215 Westheimer..
. ... 520-2000
Kingdom Community Church .
. ... 4404 Blossom
Diana Foundation ... P.O. 66523177266.
.639-2000
..... 862-7533
Montrose Counseling Center .
. 701 Richmond
DlFFAlHouston. . .
.5120 WoOOIiay, Suite 279
... 529-0037
Krnbe House ..
.. 1509 Fairview
.
. PO. 131605177219-1605 ..
.. P.O. 66669177266-6669..
. .. 522-8182
Monlrose Ice Pk:ks .. P.O. 66450177266 .
.
522-3687
.552-94451 fax 552-1671
Montrose Monday Nighl Men's Bowling
641-5424
Lutherans ConcemedlHouston. .
. . 869-4218
Discrimination-Free Zone Project. .
. P.O. 66664177266
MCCR..
.
1919 Decatur.
861-9149
Montiose Softball League..
. .. P.O. 541954177254-1954
.861-8238
.867-3913
Maranatha Fellowship MCC
3400 Monlrose, 1800
Dizinger Foundation.
. .. 3701 Montrosel77oo6
. PO. 667032177266-7032 ..... 528-6756
The Movie Club.
.
867-9454
... 522-8660
Mishpachat Alizim (gay and lesbian Jews) .. '
NAMES Project .. 4617 Montrose IC-140
52-NAMES
Drug
Abuse
Hotline.
.
. .. 1-8oo-662-HELP
... P.0.980138177298-0136.
..748-7079
Narcotics Anonymous (24-hr. helpline)
661-42011
Executive and Professional Association of Houston ..
Pentecostal Family of Montrose. .
.
4305 Lillian
Nat. Leather Assoc
P.O. 66553177266-6553
... P.O. 130227177219-{)227
... 880-9235
.............
527-9666
FIST. [Females In Search ofTrou~e) .
.772-5826
Presbytery of New Covenant. .
.
41 Oakdale
Neartown Assodalion .
.
1413 Westheimerl77()116
FrontRunners (runners, joggers). .
.522·8021
.. .. .. . .. 526-2585
North Monlrose Civic Assoc
P.O. 130184177219-0184
Fundaci6n Latine Americana Conlra el SIDA, Inc....
Rothko Chapel.
.. . 1409 SUI Ross.
.. .. 524-9389
Omega House, Inc .... 602 Branard...
.. 523-1139
. P.O. 773305177215-3305 .
.995-6862
Saventh-Day Adventist Kinship
P.O. 301047177230
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Outrage, Inc.... 1436 W. Gray 1279177019
706-2508
Parents, Families & Friends of les. & Gays
867-9020
Pet Patrol..
..
522-1954
Presidents Club (HGLPC past. pres}, .
PO. 66844
Prime Timers ... PO.980612177098-0612 .' .. 867-3903
PWA Coalitioo .. 3400 Mootrose, Suite 106 ..... 522-5428
Q Patrol. . .
. . 528-SAFE (7233)
Rainbow Ran~ers Dance Club .. 3115 Hou~on AvemOO9
......................................
880-0670
Rice U. Gay and Lesbian Alumni Assoc. (Rice GALA) ..
..........................
(Ne~ Tannahill) 526-6718
Saler Sex House Parties (AFH)
623-6796
Soiree Aubergine.
.
524-9304
SoutheaslTexas Legal Clinic ..... (HIVfterm. ill. legal clinic)
. . 3400 Montrose, Suite 203177006 .. 523-7852
Soulhern Country Houston.
. .. P.O. 1502177252
.................
848-9340
St. Michael's AIDS Support Group.
.
1801 Sage
... 621-4370
Sleven's House.
..
522-5757
Stone Soup (AFH).
. .. 623-6796
Team Houslon..
PO. 68405177266-6405
935-1060
Texas Gay Rodeo Association ... P.O. 130585177219-0585
.........................
777-1444
Texas Invitational Bowling Tournament ..
................
(Andrea) 447-8133 ... (Tom) 522-9612
Texas Riders-Houston.
. PO. 66545177266-6545
That's What Friends Are For!
P.O. 35786177235
.. (10a-6p)
729-7077
TLC House (HIV-positive shener) .
.
902-2231
TV-TG-TS Helpline
780-4282
Unned States Mission (res. shelter program) .. 810 Branard
......................................
942-0355
Visiting Nurse Association.
. . 520·8115
Wednesday Nighl Mixers Bowling
(Tom) 522-9612
Women's Info. and Referral. .
. . 528-2121
Women for Sobrie~ (Pat)
520-1501
Women's Center ..
.. . 528-6798
HOUSTON RESTAURANTS (AC: 713)
Jack Laurenzo's
5589 Richmond...
. .. 266-4191
Mauvoleum Cafe
411 Weslheimer
526-4648
HUNTSVILLE ORGANIZATION (AC: 409)
Planned Parenlhood (HIV counseling)
2405-C Ave. I
.. 295-6396
IRVING ATTORNEY (AC: 214)
Kowalski, John.
.. (Metroi214)445-4149
LAKE CHARLES, LA_ CLUB (AC: 318)
The Ryan SI. Pub .... 723 Ryan SI..
. . 436-9524
LAREDO ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 210)
AIDS Gateway Community He~th Canter ..... 200 W. Lyon
......................................
718-5780
C", Health Oepl. HIV Project. .
. . 722-2437
LONGVIEW CHURCH (AC: 903)
Church With A Vision.
. 420 E. Conon SI.
...........
753-1501
LONGVIEW CLUBS (AC: 903)
Dedsions .
. .. 2103 E. Marsilal.
757-4884
Ufestyles
446 N. Eastman
758-8082
LONGVIEW ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 903)
Special He~th Resources/Serv. & Test .... 1-800-526-0669
American Red Cross/AIDS support group. .
. . 753-2091
LambdaAA
906 Padon
753-4167
LUBBOCK CHURCH (AC: 806)
MCC Lubbock
5501 34lh SI..
792-5562
LUBBOCK ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 806)
GayiLesbian Siudeni Assoc
P.O. 4310, SOS office #8
......................................
745-9207
lambda AA .
. . 828-3316
LUG.A..
.
P.O. 4310179464
766-7184
Oulreach ANAlanon . 102 N. Ave. S..
.. 866-4380
PFLAG .
.
PO. 94493179413-4493
799-5466
South Plains AIDS Resource Canter. . . P.O. 6949179413
.. 796-70881hotline 792-7783
LUFKIN ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 409)
East Texas AIDS Project. .
.
569-8240
Planned Parenlhood (HIV counseling)
1404 Frank
.634-8446
McALLEN CLUBS (AC: 210)
PB.D:s Lounge
Ware Rd. at Daffodil. .
.682-8019
10th Avenue
1820 N.1Oth
682-7131
McALLEN ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 210)
Casa de la Merced (HIV supporVservices)
886-6047
Comfort House (AIDS hospice) .
.687-7367
Corazones Unidos (HIV care/services) .. .
668-1155
Gay & Lesbian Bowling League.
.
971-8894
Nombres de la Frontera (AIDS Quin) .
. 565-5437
Proyecto Salud (HIV educalion) .
.
830-4309
MIDLAND/ODESSA CHURCHES (AC: 915)
Ho~ Tnn", Comm. Church. .
. . 402 E. Gist
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1996
. 570-HTCC(4822)
Prodigal Ministries Community Church (Odessa) ..
.................
1500 E. Murphy..
.. 580-7328
MINERAL WELLS ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 817)
Ace Social Group.
...325-03251328-1799
Fr~nds of Jesus (Quakers)
1404 SE 131h St.l78067
........................
325-0325
NACOGDOCHES ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 409)
East Texas AIDS Project
P.O. 631346
.569-8240. .
.lesting/569-2021
Gay & Lesbian Student AssocIStephen F. Austin.
..............
SFA Sialion 7121175962 ..... 569-2413
ODESSA/MIDLANDoI'ERMIAN
BASIN ORGAN.
(AC:915)
Free and Clean Lambda AA (Odessa)
580-7328
West Texas Gay Alliance.
. .. 1500 E. MurphylOdessa
......................................
580-7328
PORT ARANSAS ACCOMMODATIONS (AC: 512)
Sea Horse Inn
1423 ll1h SI..
749-5221
RIO GRANDE VALLEY ORGANIZATIONS
GayiLesbian Alliance of the Rio Grende Valley.
............................
(210)428-6800
Rio Grande V~ley Gay & Lesbian Bowling League.
..................................
(210)971-8894
UT at Pan American Gay and Les. Siudent Organ ..
...........................
(210)381-2260
ROSENBERG ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 713)
Country Cousins
P.O. 94177471
Out in Fori Bend .
. 344-0638
SAN ANGELO CLUB (AC: 915)
Silenl Parlners ..... 1819 S. Harrison.
..949-9041
SAN ANGELO ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 915)
Lambda AA
1121 S. Bryan!.
.949-0662
San Angelo AIDS Foundation
P.O. 62474176906
.658-3634
SAN ANTONIO ACCOMMODATIONS (AC: 210)
Elmira Motor Inn
1126 E. Elmira.
.222-9463
Painted Lady
620 Broadway
220-1092
SAN ANTONIO BUSINESSES (AC: 210)
Encore Video..
.8546 Broadway..
.
821-5345
Encore Video Too
1216 E. Euclid
472-3004
Our Travel.
15800 San Pedro.
..
496-1776
Shocking Gray
1216 E. EucM
472-2800
Zebra'z (gifts)..
1216 E. Euclid.
.472-2800
SAN ANTONIO CHURCHES & RELlG_ ORGAN_
(AC: 210)
Dignity (gay CatholiCS) .. P.O. 12484
558-3287
First Unitarian Church. 7150 IH 10 W. .
..
844-4695
Infanl Jesus of Prague Chapel .. 3442 W. Woodlawnl78228
... 432-2510
MCCSA.
..
1136 W. Woodlawn
734-0048
Nativity of Jesus Byzantine Cath. Ch. of Amer. Calhedral
... 9539 Bowen Dr.l78250
520-8213
River City Living Church. .
. 202 Holland
.........
822-1121
SI. Serglos & SI. Bacchos Orthodox Mission ..
. P.O. 17232178217
697-3264
SAN ANTONIO CLUBS (AC: 210)
Bonham Exchange
411 Bonham
271-3811
Cowboys
622 Rooseven Ave
532-9194
Eagle Mountain .. 1902 McCullough Ave. ..
.733-1516
EI Jardin
106 Navarro
223-7177
Mick's Hideaway .. 5307 McCullough Ave.. .
828-4222
The Pegasus
1402 N. Main
299-4222
ReBar
826 San Pedro .
. 271-8663
The Saint.
.. 1430 N. Main
225-7330
Silver Dollar
1418 N. Main..
..227-2623
Sparks.
. 8011 Webbles
599-3225
2015
2015 San Pedro. .
. .. 733-3365
Wi~ Club. .
.
820 San Pedro
226-2620
Woody's
826 San Pedro at W. Laurel.
. 271-9663
SAN ANTONIO DOCTOR (AC: 210)
Douglas, Albert H., M.D. .
. ... 5018 San Pedro
.... 826-2311
SAN ANTONIO FITNESS CENTERS (AC: 210)
All. Clubs, AC.1. .
.827 E. Elmira
223-2177
Executive Spa
703 Ave. B..
.225-8807
SAN ANTONIO ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 210)
AIDS Informalion .
.
225-4715
AIDS Resource Clr ... 800 Lexington ..
.
222-2437
Alamo Business Coundl (proflsocial)
PO. 15481178212
Alamo C", Men's Chorale
P.O. 120243178212
.................
979-7308
Bexar Co. Bears. P.O. 17232178217-0232
377-7308
Bexar Men (gay nudi~)
PO. 12342178212-{)342
Casa Martin.. . 132 W. Grayson S1.I78212 ..... 227-5968
Chain 01 Command .
.
2807 WesMew Dr.
. Canyon Lake, TXI78133-4418 ..
.733-64751899-7879
RSI Court of the Alamo Empire
PO. 120123178212
................
.
735-9657
Crisis Helpline (24 hours)
227-4357
Gay & lesbian Community CenterlUnity Foundation ..
. P.O. 15857178212
734-UNITY
Gay Switchboard (bar "to). .
.
734-2633
Happy Foundation
411 Bonham
227-6451
Hispar~ AIDS Committee
132 W. Grayson St.l78212
··········
224-7330
Lambda AA .... 8546 Broadway, Suite 255
824-2027
Les~an InIoIS.A
P.O. 12327
828-LlSA
MCCSA.. .
.
611 E. Myrtle
472-3597
MHMR
402 Austin
225-4227
NAMES Project.
.818 E. Grayson..
.. 225-4715
Parents, Families & Friends of lesb. & Gays ..
......
121 W. Woodlawnl78212
822-4135
River City Pool League
734-3630
Ryan White Oental Clin~ .
. .. 818 E. Graysonl78208
.... 224-8950
San Anlonio AIDS Foundation
818 E. Graysonl78208
.
225-4715
San Antonio Equal Rights Political Caucus ..
.
P.O. 12571178212
828-2723
San Antonio Gay, lesbian and Bisexual Vets of America .
......
PO. 83397178265-3397
554-9918
San Antonio Gay Switchboard
PO. 120402
................................
733-7300
San Antonio Lambda Studenls Alliance .. PO. 12715178212
..................................
736-4329
San Antonio Men's Chorus. .
.. . 102 Wickes SI.
..................................
226-2324
San Antonio NOW .. PO. 12874178212 .
. ... 673-8600
San Anlonio Tavern Guild
PO. 12712178212
South Texas Outreach Program for AIDSiUT Health ScL em.
.................
301 S. Frio #278
270-4621
Tejas Motorcycle Club
917 Brooldyn Ave.
................
223-6620
Texas Gay Rodeo Associalion .
.
P.O. 12651
...........
349-8478
Unned Stales Mission ofTx. (res. shelter program).
·
626 E. Quincy178215
299-1318
WellnessConnection .. 106Warren
732-3111
Young Men's Heanh Project (YMHP} ..
.. 104 Babcock Rd.l78201
736-2244
SAN MARCOS ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 512)
Lambda/Gay, Lesbian Bi Student Assoc. (SWTU). 396-4317
GLSA of GLSA..
..
754-0948
Rural AIDS Service Program
142 Jackson Ln.
·
PO. 748178667-0748..
. .. 754-6628
SHERMAN CLUB (AC: 903)
Good Time Lounge .. 2520 Hwy 91 N..
. . 4639944
SHERMAN ORGANIZATION (AC: 903)
A.R.C.OT.
PO. 367175091.
.813-1272
S_ PADRE ISLAND ACCOMMODATIONS (AC: 210)
Upper Deck HotellCrews Quarters Bar
PD. 2309178597
.
761-5953
TEXARKANA ORGANIZATION (AC: SOl)
Texarkana AIDS Project. .
.
773-1994
TEXAS CITY ORGANIZATION (AC: 409)
Gun Coasl Cenler (HIV case manage.) .... 6510 Memorial
.. 935-0506
TYLER CHURCH (AC: 903)
SI. Gabriel Community Church ..... 13904 Cr. 1193175703
...................
581-6923
TYLERJSMITH CO_ MEDICAL (AC: 903)
Planned Parenthood ..
3500 E. South Broadway
.581-6923
WACO CHURCH (AC: 817)
MCC.
.
1601 Clay..
..
752-5331
WACO CLUB (AC:817)
David's
507 Jefferson al5lh
753-9189
WACO ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 817)
Court of the Central Texas Empire
.
·
PO. 20761176702 . .
.. 754-2060
GLACT
P.O. 9081176714......
.741-1428
Parenls, Families & Friendsof Lesb. & Gays ..... 750-7211
WEATHERFORDoI'ARKER CO_ ORGAN. (AC: 817)
Parker County HIVIAIDS Support Group ..
. P.O. !683N/ealhertord .
. . 596-3022
WICHITA FALLS CHURCH (AC: 817)
MCC. . .. . .. .
1014 Wichita. ..
322-4100
WICHITA FALLS ORGANIZATIONS (AC: 817)
AIDS Supporl Center. .
. 405 Galveston, Suite 10
.
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ..
.322-9122
Diversity (gayAesb. students at Midwestern Stale Univ...
.... 3410TaftBlvd.l12806
....
692-4968
WOODLANDS ORGANIZATION (AC: 713)
Northwoods HIVIAIDS Support Group.
.367-4083
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