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Title Montrose Voice, No. 460, August 18, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date August 18, 1989
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript Drinking ~~;:n:mong Pride in the '90's: Don't drop the 'ball' ~~~~'.~;}:~~,1;~~r•~:.:,0::",;,~ COMMENTARY BY SHERI COHEN DARBONNE, INSIDE aging of baby bcH•mtre and height eni'd health tont"trn•, art 1;Utting bat·kontheNm1umptionofaloohol· irbt-\'l'rHi(t'll. a ntw 1tudy .ay• A tiurvty done for Ntw York ha!lt'd Impact magaiine 1howed a t1i11nifinantdedine in hard liquor aalu m tht• L'nited State. during thepoHtdE'<:8d(·anda1lightdropin bet>randwinl'1ale1Jduringthepa1t IM'vt·ralyean. Thl'rf' h1w1: hem a lot of 10Cial han11e11:·1aidH11·hard.Spent't,are­~> rt her for tht Texaa Commi11ion in Aknh<>I and Drua Abuae. "'You have th1-ajCin51"ofth1: baby boomers MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY Augu'118.1969olSSUE460 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY P1rt1y • ..!"=~~;·::.:,:·'~~"-;;;';'.·~-:. Caucus suspends rule· ~~~~·~:;t:f%~r~:;;:~.~;~: • Hill can stay president hf'l~:l~x~•l::mU...ion on Alc;o. By.SHf;RJ CO.HF.:-; DAHHO:-.C!\E l1 Pat l and.v told h Pm ~;ui:d :~~i: ~:~:·=~~::ht~~~ ~: ?t.~:~::'n\ G"a~y Pohtit·~I Cai ~::"r~~:~'.~;~:~th~y·~•~m ~r~n;:r~~;~~i!~~":id~~~~d';!;! ~~:. ~~~.8l~: ~~~::~~~~~d: "'t'l.:.~~~!=~v:h~r:~:.i~·l'PUOn.11 ~~Y ~~~·{'1;~;;8k~n:ll:~~ beer than ;?:~,·~.",,,·::.e.t.:,~,:•:• , 'r,~;,~.·~·'',',:..~• ~ ;,~r~hh:~; /:.!fU,.t~:;~~:':. :.~Y u."""' • " • .-~ • JU&ttakt>itout (ofthehylaw1l l>urm11: 197\l, an avt'rage Texu b.~·r drinker <~>n11uml'd more than 41 ll'llllon• while in l~Xtheamount de-.:lint"d to , gal](m11. the commia t<1on11oy11. lli11tillt"d flpirit11, whith includes wh1flkey, vodka. buurhon and tequi In. MW 11 drop from 2.:l gallon11 per pn11ontol.:lgallon11 \li1n1·('f>n11umptiunro11efrom 1-2 gallon11i><·rper1unin l\l79to11light lym•.n•th11n211:allon•perper1LOnin 'h"I. But ""'inl' ro1U1umption ha1 druppedtuncePt'1tkinain 19116 Thecatt11oryofalt>andmalthq· uora hu l!hown 111.t>ady cun11ump­liln in T1·xa1 or about 1.3 aallon11 perpel'll<mperyl'arduringthe 1979- 9NI po•riod The lmpl\l·t •urvey found that 1hipment. uf hard liquor nationally dropped fruin lti6 million cu. in Ray Hill. currentpre11idl'nt, to fin l'ht' byl11w provunon w .a ish his Lenn. Hill hrui annount'(od adoptt'<i in J~i becuu1M•memb.•r'I" heint.end1torunforJu11ticE>oftht" ft'lt that it would lw n ronnictol Peace. Precinct l. inti·rt»<tforotfin·r"''ftht·(aucul. With 49 voting mt.>mbers pr- whi<·h 11t·rN•n11 <·andid111t·11 ma l'nt. thl';!9.lavolejustsqu1·nkl'd makt"St·ndnr1wm1•nl>t. torun Jr by the two third11 majority r._.. oUkt• Thou11:h tht• volt• 1<U1<f>en1 quirl'd to make tht' chan11:e. tht· ruk for the rt•maind1·rof Hill• Hill argued on hill own bt-half tt•rm. tht' bylaw rt·main11 oi; th that no black. womt>n'a or othn b.><1k11 minoritygrouphaHl!Ut·harult'. Ill' In Htheradwn W1odnl'IN'11,v, h all!O noted that thecurrt·nt prt'lli 1·autu11aclopU'd11 Ii.mt ofll'nierat dent of the Dall811 Le11bian and quei.twn11 to I){· u1wd in •t:ret"ninir Gay Political Cualilio has run all c11rulidutu for <>ffil't> th .. 1'1(1 forC1tyCouncil therl' uon .war Other qUHlion•. to Hill also Rllkl'd thl' caw·va to u11ed in •t·mening randidate. fo con•LdPr that he ia WlkinK fur "on i;l>t'('iflC officm. "" I be preMnted ly thrtt week11" afi.er his format la11•r. Hill .aid. annuuncement in thl' ,Jp rac. to \1ember1 of tht> c11uc JI •hared complete his one year tl'l"IJ'I. Ill' m nuru .. of the toi.e { 'ongre89- 1aid he doea not intf'nd to -a r• man \hdwy l.t>lond, and c'i• electi<>n811pTI'tl1dl'ntofthl'caucu.a. 1·u1111••d ttllpolBH LO h; lc..a. he 1!:11!7toi09milhonc~m 19M.a ,-------------­dedine !4.2J)el'U'nl l.~utraalt'SWt're2.1pt'rc.-ntleN in "\170 th1• finil yeur•urveyed by Imp t. 'It'• noiM"-'Tt'I thatcon1<umption JI do ... -11;· .a.id Hl'uben Kogut. 11 ml•mhnofth .. bonrdofdirf'rton1of ho l't·Xa" Pu1·kag1• Stnrt· Al'llC){·la tiur •·p,~,l'lt• 11.rt· dt"rimtt'ly u11in11: uurprodut·tinadifferentwaythan tht•y u'"..:l to. Tht'Y areplannin11: to buylt·tl.8,hutal){·ltt>rbrand." Ko11:ut snid thet't~>nomic elump in TexQ, tht' nt'l{ati\e 1mage liquor hftll ll'<>tlen hy being- linked with drugs, the rai11ingof1heetate'1 le­gal drinking age and the liquor induhtr~"• campaign for rwipon11i bl1· t~•n11umptiun havt wntributed I< dt"dininlj'.&alei Court order sought for Metro drivers' names Thi· uttornl'y for a handicapprd It'll· hian who i11 1<u1ng Metropolitan Trun11it Authority for allegl'd dis c-nmmation and hara111ment by dr:iwr11 in itll Ml'lroLift program w1ll 11l't'k a c-uurt ord1•r today, AUK Ii\, tu forc-t> Metro to eupply the namt"Softht•drive111involvl'd It's the Season for Openings Neil Badders 'Houston Live,' inside -~e "'O t'fl. :ofocu111ta pTl'v u11- ly am unc't'd d1.nution drivt· for :->t~n :->uup on ont· day. S.·pt lh wa11 IN! tt>d aa the datt' for thl' po 1ted :lriw, with dt>L1ll11 ~fthe even tobedi•.illlltd nm(n ~e-l I tlenex1 n.ei>bnll'. a1.!~. wh he :illup H(;J.1'( • lk.1'11 mmittt'll ~t.-d;o llill'• 1<Uli[l(l"l<ltod politirnl 1<trlllt11'~· in the1·xpt'f·hod ~11l'rialelt'(·tmn f(, Leland·.C'nnp1'fiinnall<t'11t 11111 had a11k1..:l the1·11u1·u111<1ron•id• runnmi.:: an t'Xtra llGl.l'<:-•up­purted famlidatt> to "hold our vot~"I! toeeth"r a11 a burgaining hip. A runolf m tht' electbn is likl'ly becaulll' of the number CJf c.ondidatt u t""' t<. run Gandy t·al. · - tratt'KY '\'t'TY qu ... 1io1ablt' undermoatcirc-um i.tan<·ea. It would ~ly work if thne ""t'rt' so many n:lidatea .. and Wt' could wind up taking volt'S awa}· and the best ont' mi11:ht not win'.' 11h1·a.11id We bt-tt.t>r nol jump m1<1gt'l tingbt-hindonycnndicl11tt'9r1ght nuw ... tht.>11itu11tiun ix going to"'· m11invt>ryflu1d,"Gnndy11aid.''We Ol't'Cltokt ... palluurt'l(li[llinone ba,;kt"tand li[l•t ht'hind!tht·rnndi ~,'.:~~1:'.ho h 111 r1•1m.,;1·ntaourin Gandy imd Brian Ki .. ·wr ail!() uri.::t'ficau1·uRnwmh..rlll<>partici pale in the m1•murial l1f'rVil't>1 1<eht'Cluled fortJ1e('oni.::rt'SHman The n xt HGIJ'l' m•~·t1nic will bt-at: 30 ).m Wednetiday.St·pt.6. at tht> '.1,j, ropol1tan '.l.lo.ihi Snv11"(c nlt'r.14 ~\\1 tGray Auic. :ll 111 tl ed<'ac li1<' fo joning'hecau('ll!I tovolt' tthP( Con I m1wo al en ;loniem 1t eetmg o l S.·pt "' r The Legacy of MickeY. Leftln(/ News and Commentaries inside by Sheri Cohen Darbonne and Leon Daniel Ph,vlli11 Fryt>, attorney for Mwhl'llt>'folliHOn. 11aid the hearing a 1::J011.m. i11 p11rtofalongbattle 11\·erdioteol\'l'Ty(thereleasetocuun- '------------------~ M!lufnt'CN!laryandpertint'ntinfor· mationJ in the caae. Telli,.on has char11:t'l:I Metro with "blatant di.II· cnmmat1on"a1l'am11tht>rbeo;-auaeof her /t'tlbian lifetotyle !'ryt".aid that Metru'• pleadings. rejedo_odearlyonbythecuurt.in11•t that ita contractor for the lift pro­icram. Eall'lt' Paratranait. i.m the re- 11pom1ihle entity and ha1 refullt'd to Tl'lt'aM> the driv,ni' namet. Telli1<1n. who has l't'Tl'hral pall!}". hudifficul ty reading infonnati"n off a name tagandinmanyin11ta· .. ·e1thedriv t'U du nut l'\'en wear their identifi cation 111g1, Frye•aid Computer game teaches adolescents about AIDS Developers uf a new compule1 gamio about AIDS 88.Y they hoPl' their work ,.-j]] lll'r•e aa a "vaccine·· amongimprl'S>lionahle adolmcenta. Tht> game was ere at ed by two profl'llllOn in the l:ni versit}' ofTexftll School of Allied Health Sciences at Hou.tun'• Program in Biomedical Commu nication1 and developed wuh the help of graduate studentfl in the program. The team workl'd larKe­ly on their own time. l'l•ptlVt', John rin id. 'How man~· te.. 1ager are a..tuall~· g<~ ingtoreadtht>SU11tl'f>nGt>neral'1 rept>rtonAJUs-... The tv.o con1idert"d different approac-hea. and Fetter caml' up with the ide11 of a variant of tic· tar-toe ad\·anre var ·ve eich withmore uaT1'8lo-. ·ktocom pletea ""' Mary Anni' Faye and Olu Kall'Ollhu. both biomt'<liral cum munica1ion11 graclua11 ... wen' brou11ht on board to IUISll!I in thl' game's developmt•nt. Tht> tt'am of four met Wl't'kl~-. HJlt'ndinK many late ni11h1>< dt'!liKnina qut'Mtion•. graphics and 1·umputt>r 11crl'('n8. Vfrdidthi11onourownlime.be cau"e whHher it wa• funded or not, wewantt'<i tumakl'acontri bution."John""" 1aid Telli11on has charged that Metrol.ift driver11 have harraued herwithquetotion•abouthl'r&exual prn{·ticuundhaverefuel'dtohelp her li[t'l into her houlll'. one of the 11ervire1 rt>quin'CI of the drivers. In Olll' in><tance. the driver refusl'd to help whl'n TelliAon fell out of her wht't'khair. Frye1aid Dr. Craig Johnson, alllOciate profeaaor in Biomedical Commu nieation&whoconceivl'd thel'du calional tool. aaid he came up with the idea after reading the Surgeon General's Report on AIDS B1/11'1?ttrr. on .. uf thf' rrf'alo" of th•· BiucJrAl!).'igamr. ~lw4f h• u 1! :. pla)n:I 'I ,..nntl'd to ust" a familiar au me fonnat th al would nut intt·r ft>re with lt>achmg:' Ft"tter •aid •·My initial thinkinK wato that a game that wae fairly intuitive would he much e11.11i1·r for the learnertoplay. lfwehadcreatt>d anrntirelynewde11ign,wev.ciuld l!pend moret1mett.>achin11:thl'm ho,,..topleythewamethanteach inK them about AIDS." he 11aid The final tnuchu wt•rt> addl'd when Pat Gruwr. anotht'r KT&du ate.creatl'dthl'l(ame'•"heru"and \-illain" thatm·cupy the block• Fryt' 11aid 1he hoPff to get the John11on. who11e hal·kgruund is courttourderMetrotopruvideaome mean11ofidt'ntifyinKthedrive111.A• for tht' cumpany'1 pleading• that Metro i.m not l't.'llpt•n11ible. f''rye re­& ponded. -thl' IMt'trol.ift) van• havt' Metro writtt'n on them:· The companyal90frequentlytouL1"it.'" \·an prugram in promotional mate­rial. •he &aid "I realizl'd therewa.sarealab- 11enceofinformation.etoperiallyin the adole.cent population:· John aon aaid. Ht> met ""ith Bill Feller. auiltant profl'llllOr in the pro­flTam, and the two decidl'd to tack le the challenge of cr.,atmK BlockAIDS. a video arcade 1,vpe game with colorful graphie9 and original character8. The game i• intend1•d to tt>ach adoleettnlll about the acquired immune dt>fi Clt'nt·y 1<yndrome, and JohnMJn and Felt<'f •Ry tht'y mu1<t continu· ally update the 1nformatiun Ill Ill'"" reporta on thedi11eftllt' art• re­leued. Bl()(·kAIDS .. rurrentl}' on d111playintheMullf'umof:\atural Sctt>nre'•HallofHealthS.-ie1~ Ft-ttt'r alls tht' g-ame C••n<'t'pl an int.,rNting e,·oluti in !\ether (Juhnto'H o- my!N"lf art' iKO gamt>playinjt': he1td mitted ·w,. G·_ 1deo on a (l'ame a11 1p­poaed [( uther, more traditional methodii >f te,_hinll', bl't·auM w1• fe'' adolesce ta would be m< re rt>· HlodtAIUS playera c"'mplett' row& uf blocka hy correct]~· an 1<Wt'ring qut'11tiun• ahout AIDS !\ovi<'l" playt"raCan Ket a '"hmt' that rl'dun·11 th1• point value of theirbkx·k \lihenaqul'llt10nisan· ~wt>red mcMrt'ctl)', the ~,·iru• taketi over the block. preventmll' completi1•nuftherow A>< mw• are ci:ompleted. playen in t'l:lucauonal ptiycholofry. and Fetter.who11efieldisin~tructional technoloin. •ay the •ucca1 of the 11aml' ha.a in1<pirl'd the 11'.Tt>Up to considerCTeatinli(oth .. rhealthed ucauon games. Fetter elao hopee the game can be u!ted in the achoo! dii;trict.a as a health educati Jn aid 2 MONTRC iE vr ICE FRIOA'( AUGUST 18. 1989 New York gay group eases stand on AIDS testing The Montrose Voice ~~~ ~~<~.!~11~1E~ :.;EW YORK (l'Pl•-A major 1a~ health or1aniiation relaxed 11a re­ai. ltanct to A!Uti ~tmg and launched an adcampa11n urging «>nctrnt"d New Yorker11 to •·think . about"' a blood teet fora11naofthe di..eaae Richard))unne.execut.ived1rector of thl' Gay Ml'n°1 Heahh t'riai1, pointed out thert a«! lb0,000 to :16(},000 peop](• in the aty mfected with the human 1mmunudefki1""ncy viru1, urH IV, which cau1e1AIDH Dunn!' nplamed the ntw pohry onw..tingfolluw1guarantt'HofC(>n fidentiality and newl)' de'"eluped dru11 Te11un1 ii • •·ery pr ~n• deci 1um:·heu1d1'ul'tlday ·ourpo.ry hur-vol\'ed .. 1ththet1me.. "Today we ha•·ea 1trong law m New York 1tate which prutecu peo ple'1«>nfident.iahty:· Dunne told a ne .. ·aconferenceattendedbysc•m .. critics of the campaign New1paper ade urging readeni. ~ 1 r you ha•·en't taken the antibody tt11tfortheAIDSvirue.thmkabout it:' appeared Tuesda)' in The New York Timl'!I, 1\ew York New!lday and The Daily New& "Therearefumpellingrea11on11to 11et tl'!lted and to km• .. your HIV 11tatu1:·Dunne11aid."Whtntht HI\" antibody ll'llt wa.e: finit dtveloped, thl'"rewunnuallynothmgpeople .. -ho .. -enmfecl.tdroulddotxctpt wall for the fint aymptom1 of All>i::i toappffr'" Today. ho .. ·t'"er. the«! are drug1 which can prolong life by 1lowing the dt\'tlopml'nt of AIDS and pre­ventmg 1ome 1-ll V-relatt"d illneu­t1,"" he.a1d Gay group& and othen have rf"- 1isted rall1 for mandatory letting for AIDS for fear the information cuuldbeust"dag1un1tthem Tht te11t, which mvolvN takmg a 11mall blood Hmple, doet1 not detect .. hetheraptr11onha1A IDS. ltind1 catet1onlythatll!Vha.1enteredthe body, and the body ha1 produced an 1ibodiNtofighttheintr\111ion HI\" ie 11pread by .exual or blood to-blood contact. 1uch u dr\11" ullttl 1harin,- nttdh .... It can allO be pa.IH<I on from an infected woman to her baby Dunne etreuecl that the call for te1t.rngwaaooupledwilh1heavaila· bilityo£ooun1elin1iforthoae1uffer ingfrom1t~beforethetl'ltand otherewhofoundtheywereinfected with the AIDS viru1 Someindividual1atthe newsron ferencearguedbitterlywithDunnt. que11tioning the good ofleflting when manyoould not afford treat· Hov. many more a«! going to It's the season for openings Hou11ton Li"e by N[IL BAUDER." Thill wttk"• 'Houston Li•·e' will jtiveyoualittlthead1<tarton11omt' of thl'" fomina theatrkal upenings anound the city Tht"atre l"nder the Star11 u1 an· nuuncmg th1·ir11·ru<un "By Popu lar Uemand The Cumed_,. Worktlhop1.11op1:nin11am• .. r1""vue calltd "Houtopia;· and Main .Stre<·tTh1·alt'r111rt·vivm11iU1b1g ){1."11t hit "Tht· Tru11t." Befort' launt·hing into thi11 pr1• view, howl."vtr. let mt' tell you about two ouUltanding effort.Hin fundrttiRin11onl1thalfofAIDSor ganiiauon11 -Briar Patch Follies l .a~t Sunday. a mu1<11·al t·omt'<i.V n'\'Ul"wna performed at tht·Hriar Pauh to bf.ntfit McAdory lloullt'. Omtga Houllt' and Stone Suup Tht' two hour 1<huw featured a mix ofamatturandprofouionalenler tainen ... ·hohadni"heaniedforthe one night perfonnan« eince May Tht'a ... netiofauctions,araffle and the show. 527.000 had bet'n rai11ed befott i ltft at mtenniuion CongTatulat10n1 on the fine work Muh.L Hall 11e880n. ae< r1rdin1 to Frank Young, txMuti"t dirMLOr. The mu11ical theater r(ljjlf-r an nounced by Young wa1< Rloclfod vinually by audien« 11un·ey. Ex panding the Hou11ton 1t·aeon to •·vt'n show• and addin1 a Satur daymatine-elLObringLOl4iui11ub. IK'ription performanct11 of tat·h ahuwl. TUTS .. i:n also ht takinlt' four of iU! production11 on tht' rottd folluwing their local staging Tht' fiveaubl:lcription mu11ical11 in TUTS' '"By Popular Demand" llCIL!!on include three Broadway das11iu-··Mame,"" Sept. 19-0ct. I, The King and I,"" IJ('(.' 5·17, and 'Camelot."" Jan. 2:.J- 1-'th. -!­teamed with two mu11ical favor ilff of tht 19MJ"11-"A Choru11 Line: March 6-18 and '"Thi'" ~t l.ittlt' Whon-hou11tin Tl'"xa11: May lt">-27.TUTS11ubscrih.-r11al11owil\ Kt'tfinitcrackattickl"Ultolimited rtturn engagemenu of "Ba\l(•t 1-"olkloriro de Mtxico;· Oct. 14- ;-. and ''Jeiou11 Chri111 SuJlt'nit.ai' April :Pl. Both are rli"vivals from theju11tcompletedl9JY(..l-!l8t'wion. Juliet Prow11e will takt the titl1 role in - Mame:' TL"Th' &taaon opener, which will travel to Seattle"• 5th A•·enue Theatre. then ha,·e a limited Northwt•11t -Bering's "Beehive" benefit tour: Prowserepri¥e11 therole11he The opening night of "Beehive." played in the original London pro. now at the Alley Theattt, netted duction. "Mame"" will be directed $16.000 for tht' Bering Founda· and choreoiraphed by Ui11na tion, another out11andina effon Baffa·Brill, choreographer of the -TUTS' season 1how"1 moat recent Broadway re­vival, who al110 staged many of Expan1ion will be the keynote of the production't1 national tours a& Theatre Under the Star1' 1989-90 well Ill TUTS' 1984 mounting Harold !Su.gg1 play1 W11/u1rn Mar1ch Rice 111 The 7TU8f' at Mam Strttt TMater with Marilyn Maye 'The Kmg and i:· Richard Rod geni and 0..Car Hammeretein"e aeeund mu11ical clU11ic baaed on the novel ·:Anna and the King of Su1m:· wilt lM> TUTS" holiday at traction at the Mu11ic- Hall. A. usual. Tt:TS" t:.oliday mu11ic-a\ will 11howcwi.e taltnted studenta from tht' C(impany'11 official train ing winl(, tht· Humphrey• School ofMu11ical Theater . ·camt•lo1:· the third moatpapu lar mu1ical with TUTS' audienc· u, will ma kt it.II third appearance on TUTS' 11tag1• in January. Set in tht<11plend11rofthemedievaloourt of England. "'Camelot'"waecreat· ed for Broadway in 1960 by Alan Jay 1..enlt'r and Frederick Loewe. WinneruffourTunyAward11.th1• uril(inal production 11tarred Rich­ard Bu.nun aM Kmg Arthur. Julie Andrtw• WI Gutne .. ere and Rob. 1;>rt Goulet aa Lan«lot. The mid· wmlf-r prodU<'Uun will be 1hared with tht SaCTamtnLO("i•·ic Light Opt>ra m that wl!llt C'Oa!lt 11ummer company"• prtmiere winter 11ea· ':AC'horutl.int':·ct'lebratmgita },1th ytar on Hroadway, haa been IK"heduled by Theatn> Under the Stare for a 11pe-cial 15th anni,·er aary production. replacing iU! pre­viously announced 8outhwet1t premiere of '"Grover'• Corneni" 1tarring Mary Martin. The long­e11t running musical on Druad way and the winner of nine Tony Awards, a New York Drama Crit ict Circlt Award and a Pulitzer Priit for drama, ":A Choru• Line"' Wall conceived, choreoiraphed and directed by Michael Btnnen. with book by Jaml'I Kirkwood and J\'.icholaa Dante, mu1ic by Marvin Hamliach and lyrie1 by Edward Kleban ·The bellt Little Whotthouae in Texaa:· which madeit.1dtbuthere at the Tower Theatre in 1979 after openina on Broadway in 1978. will conclude the "By Popular De­mand" aeaeon. Houtton favorite June Terry wi111tar aa the mu1i cal madame, Mona Stangle)·, a role 1he perfonned at the Tower, on national tour and for over a year in the Lai Vegucompany at the Sahara and Deaert Inn 1how roome. Director Rogtr Allan Raby and choreoirapher Angie Wheeler, OOth veteran1oftheorig· inal Tower Thtatre and touring oompanits, will 1tage the all new production for TUTS -Th e Co m e d y Workshop ·ttoutop1a: a Hitchhiker"• Guide to Hou11ton' opene at The Come-dy Workshop Aug. 17. Chri1 Be rue direct.a thi1 original comedy revue that leui you know how to be a mover and a 1haker in the Bayou City on 79 centa a day or lea• (if you don't get on the freeway1). Learn how to deal with the new Houston "pay 200" _ you know, the with the 1ame old animals. and walk a mile in the 1hOet1 of a Houston movie cop <the guy that ke-eps you from 1neaking into a second movie in a muhi·cinema). If you li\"ed through the Hou1ton '"boom;· then the bust and if things aren "1 quite •·back·· for you yet. then you"ll IO\"t thill thow "Houtopia" plays Thurtday through Saturday at 8:30 p.m., wlth an additional 1how1 at llJXI p.m. on Saturday1. lmproviaation &eMion1 follow on 11male 1how niahta. - The Trust Murdetmoneyanda1pecialmi1- 1ion aretheelemenu that come to­gether in Douglaa Killgore'e '1'he Trwit:' being 11aged for iu third run at Main Stre.et Theater in the Village, Aug. 17 through Sept. 17 We're working to bring you a real newspaper. Jurors recommend death for serial killer Kraft SA!'O-CA Al"A. Calif il'Pl)-Ju Brown. urging jurore to recom t'ountyn1adway1.invitingyoung rora Aug. II r('("Ommended the mend tht death 11entence. intro malehiutiikeniintohiecatthen death penalty for11erial killer Ran duced e\id .. nce linking Kraft to plying thtm with alrohol andeed­dy ~tt>vt'n Kraft. ci:onvit·ted of the eight additional murder& ouu1dt• ati\·ea until they "l'tt rendered 11ex and tonu~ 1layings of 16 California helplt'llll young men during a decade of Jn\'l'lltilt'ators believe Kraft may Kraft then l(lrtured. mutilated murder. be reapon11ible for Ill man)' Ill 65 and 11exually abu.00 hi1 victims- In recommtnding that Krah be elayinlt'S in all many of thtm young Marinl'll-put to death in the California glll Defense lawyers, meanwhile, befon'&trangling them anddump­chamber at San quenlin prit<0n, a pleaded with juror!! to apare ing their bodit'8 along freeway Supt•riur Court jury rejt~ted tht' Kraft"• hfl'". ramp1 or m ?\'mote areas only other puniMhment he faced '"Killing Randy ia not going to af~~a:~a~~~r~:l'!l~~:~yaf)~~r~ ~~e0ifn :a~~~tn without the P<••ibili- ~::; ~-f~~~n~o;:,:·~):~=~~a~~ ~~~c:;:g ""u~o t~~~ ~ii=g~a;,r': da~~~j~;re;~ae~~~r~~~~~;:1ol'~M ;; ~~i~~~;~:t~~:;:~n:;;·:~~~; ~Y ~f~~~i~na~~.. ~. ~. ~~~~:~rt ~~ ~;:f~:>;~~:~~h'7~:ity phase r~~8!~~~~hee:7:~~~)~~,~~~:~·;: ~~~n~~:~t from t:l Toro, in the .Supt>rior Court Judl(e Donald luved one, another mothl'"r would PrOlleCutora oontended Gambrel ~~d~r:no;~l~ ';tatn·e llt•ntf!nc- bu~eh~::e::~ called Ill! witnl'l!llt'll ~::K:(~r;:';~l~1h~1C::db~na'.:it:~~a~f Kraft. H, a fonntr oomput.:r duz(·n11ofKraffsrl'"lati\'t'll,lrimd11 gltd with his own belt after hi1 com1ultant fnim Long Bt-al-h. wlll! and ro--worktr11 LO prai11e his char wri11ts wt•ft' bound w1th hi11 11hot c..mvicted May l:l of 16 C<•unU! of aclt'r and intellMt. In addition. a la('I .. finit-degrl't' murder and one count neuf'Ol!Cient.i11t lelltified that Kraft ln\'t'tltigaton al"o found in each ofeodumy and mayhl'"m may suffer from brain damage Kraft"srarahandwnttenh11tof6I The penalty phBMe began Junl'" Proe.ecuto11111aid that from Hf;'2 l'"ntrit'I that prUl!l'"Cutor11 contend 5. Deputy lh11tnctAttornty Bryan until IW<J, Kraft pruwled Orange was a coded "dl'"eth li11t" ofKraffs \'1ct1m1 But another defenlf' attornty. Jaml'll Merwin. contended the li"t Wlll 1imply Kraft's .. ay of coding •he name.ofgueata he intended LO invite to a surprise pony. The defense 1aid there wlll no '\·t>ncrli"te e"idence·· linking Kraft to any killing But prosecutol'l! said Kraft had a fetish for ke-eping 11ou•·en1r1 of his victim.a. Photoeofllt'veral vie· tima were found in hi1 car and morephotoa.alongwithitemebe­Jonging 1(1 sevtral victims, were foundinthehout1ehes ha redwith a companion. Hit1 fingerprint.I were found on piece11ofgla1111 re­covered near one victim Kraft"s 10-month trial i¥ tht longeatandC011tlieatcriminaltrial m Orange County hi11Wry PrOlleCut.ora e11timated the ca&e had C08l more than $2 million for attorneys feea, invet1tigaLOre. tx perU! and otherC(iunC011tabefort the actual trial even began. The judge has smce ordered the CC»lt of Kraft"11defensekep1eecret ha,·e to die'~ a•kt"d one Dunne acknuwlt"dgt"d that many people 1u.ffering from acquired im munedeficiency1yndromeorHIV· relaudLiln-C'Ouldnotafford treatmentandcalledformorego'" ernmenthelp "The ex11tenctofeffecti•·edrug1 is meaninglet11 without acctM to them.~he1aid.''Accea1mu11tinclude not only the drug1 them1elvN but al1otheprimarycarenecenarylo monitoranindividual"1health "Wecallonthecity,1tateandfed era] go .. ernm(·nt.I to work together to en1ure that hfe-1avinK treat· ment.landcareareavailabletoall without rega rd kl ability lo pay;• Dunne1a1d Given ita world premiere preeenta­tion hert in 1987 and revived in 191*1. thi1 fact·bllled drama about tht mysteriou1 death of William Marech Rice has become the big· ge11 OOx office euccel8 in Main Street Theater"114 yeara ofopera· tion. Thie 1ucceee hlll led author Killgore and director Neil 'Sandy' Haven1 to dtve\op plane for a Ii.Im ver11on The 1tory concem1 early Hous­ton millionaire Rice'• plans to cre­ate a great school. a ··Cooper Un­ion of the South." and how hill dream wu ntarly thwarted by an unacrupuloul l"ew York lawyer and Rice"1truated valet. The crime and the 11en1at1onal trial that fol­lowed garntred headlineti both in New York and Texu for many monthl at 1he turn of the century Thetitlealaorefentothemieeion Rice entru1ted LO hit friend and at­torney, Capt. James A. Baker, to brin1 Rice Inetitute (now Univer­eity) into being. Houtton actor Harold Sugg1, a member of Ac· tor'1 Equity, will once again par· tray Rice. HOUSTON TEX.\: 1SSUE.i«I FRIOA'I'. AUGUST 18 Publ:~~'.~1y1 llommunitu lJublisfting llompnu\I 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone {713) 529-8490 Co<T1 ... !lcopy"~~,111811 Olt1ce h~u~~am--~~m sne~Z~ci:~==- S1<opF•lk~r,on.:•- R•ch•:,w=~~:,1. 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AUGl OT 18_ 1!189 MONTROSE VOICE J Jn 1Hrmorl! lOL Report calls for action against gay youth suicide -Ray Tackelson December 1958 August 15. 1989 Ray Tacke• died at home m AreponJ11>1trt'lt-Medhythel S Ile partment of Health and Human St"n-l('t'll <l.lHHSJ 1'111k Fon-e 1•n Youth Suicide ackno,.·led11H that lt><hian and ga} youth are at m ('rt'lllledriskfur11uicid<'andcal11for ·an t-nd to dil!Criminatlun agam~t youth" on the ba11i1of11u<·h char&<'• ~i><tiC11a11di>1ability.sexualorwn tationandfinancial11tatu11' Thl'rl'port.prl'partodunderforml'r lllll\S Secretary Oti>1 It H-u.,..t•n. wa11tompletedinJanuary Hl!-l!lbut didnotrecei.-epubhcationuntilthiN 1u1111 wetok. The four ~olume docu ment idenllfil"fl rillk fadoni for 'l<>Ulh >1ui<-1de, ro:vie.,.., pre.-entiun and mten·enhon 11ctiv1t1ea,11nddt­fin.,., 11trattg11'11 forthO'future :At-cordmgto"""arc-hdi..ru..ro inthe Dl-IHSrepurt.1u1odO'iatM leadmKfllUllf'ofdO'ath11mnnrlNb1 an,KayandotherM'xualminurit}' youth," .aid Kevm Bemll. direetor of the f\11tumal Gay and Le11b1an Ta11k Furcl''• antniolence project ThO'mneuffiri11kof11u1cidefacinK th1-..t"youth18linkt>dtogrowmgup ma 11ocu:ty thatteachN them to hid('1mdhatethem81'lv1'11. Wewel· l~lme th1a n·port 11nd hope 1t will lead to 11cllon that will 1ave h~e. r he DIUIS rt'p()rt reflectll the findin11• 11nd re.:ummendallonaof 1hrttl91'6oonferencet111puni redby theSeetttary'aTwokFol'l't' . Youth Suicide. At the U!Jl'ing of 1'GITt andotherorganizet11>n11.repn-nt at1•·eaofgay and geyaUirm111tno· groupe. indudinK l'art-nt. and Fnend• oflet1b1anll and Cill)'I and San Franci11co'11 l'ommun1ty Again11t Violence . .,..ere m•·11('d to the conference. :Allofua.,.hoparticipatt-dat theset\·enUl&pOktforcefull'1<>fth1· necdtodealwiththe11:ayyouth11111 cideia.sueheadun."aaid Berrill The final rep0rtal110 feuturl'911)l proximately 50 paper11 commi>1· 11oned by the DHllS Ta11k Forl'I' on Youth Suicide. indudin11:pap1m1un lt~b •n and ga)· youth •Ill ide by 1'11111 G1bo1t1n, !.(.~.,.,and Jo,...ph ll11rry.1'hl>(i1bo1on'•paperde­... nbed •Uindt- u the "leading uUMo{deathamonggaymale.IN­bum. h1M"xual and tram1aexual youth."andc-..ndud<odthatleoibian and11ayyuuth"mayC'Ompri~upto 3011oerrentofcomplt·ted11uu:idtflan nuaJly_·l)rlhlrry'1papttCOnclud edth11t "homo .. u11ah1ufboth11exe11 are t.,.·u to 111x umH more likely to at­tt ·m11t ~11ic1de than are hetero .. exu al11: In a ll«tmn focu11mg on preven uon and 1nwrvt·nt1on•. the report llllllt"d that ··ml'nlal heelth end youthtt·rv1cea1wnc11'11canprov1de a<-.ceptam and•upportforyoun1 homoa.exuai.. train their penonnel ongayi1111ue11.andprov1deappropn ate gay adult role model•. &hool• can protect gay youth from abu.e fromtheirPft'rtlandprovideaccu rate informauun about homOHxual ity in health rumnila. t'amilie. 11ho11ld ar:<:t'pl their child and work wward eduC"atmg themlH'lve11 about thedevelopmentandnatureofho­mu.. exuahty Copie11ofthefo11rvulumereportof the DHHS St-cretary'• Tuk Force onYuuthSuicidecoat$4t111ndcanbe ubtainedfromthc8uperintendentof Documenui. l' -8 Go•·ernment Prml­ing Office. WHhmgton. D.C. 20402 ~~:·::?:~s~::.:~::'.:~''·:, Rothko Chapel's Universal Youth Declaration Aug. 26 Kathy Tackelsoi, o· Brook Park. M• his 11ster1 Brenda _kelson. K 1e A new hum&n r!4ht.s declaratJon. Carlson and bro!her David Carlsun Ille 1969Unlversal YouthDeclara Hew1 bem1ssedbyh1smanylriends uon.WWbepreeentedataepec1al on Houston by h'I roo-nmate Car· prognun at 6:00 p.m. Saturda,y. men P)tto;k h11 loi9hme lnend :~~i::.:e=~:= Skop An :lres&f"l 1nd his buddy. Char· llc:: heP1t•a A me - al will b8 he!d in eel bra- 11 )n )fh11h'e. attheRotnkoChapel re!lett1ng PO)I. August 19 1989 at 6"m !'<) You Plant Yo Jt Own Gardens And Oecore1ti Your Own ~oul Ins lead Of W;M•ng F )r Someon To Bring You F Jwor5 The declanWon wae voted on by Ille Internatlonal Youth Conven uon. whlch met. ln the European Parliament ln St.raabow'g. F'nLnoe July 16-23. Theoonvenuonwaeor gan17.led by A.D'89 ( t.ha Assoc:iaUon tor the Daclarat.lon of Aug. 26. 1969) as a special event to cele­brate the Bloentenn1&1 of the French RevoluUon -Legal clln1c A1D6 !"ound&tlon·Houston and Ille Houston B&r Aaaoc1Atlon wW oonch.:t a tree legal cllnlc for PW.As and PWARCB from lOcOO am.tolOOp.m on&ept_9att.he Uont.roee branch. Houston Publlc:: Library at 4100 Uont.roee can AaaociaUon of Unlveral\f Women. 'I'exasAbortlonR!gh!BAl> tlon League and Ille American Clv 11 LibertJeB Union. Repreeent.a­tlvee of Ille groups report oollect.tveJ.y reoeMng thouse.nd8 of phone oana rrom lncliViduala whoareout.ragf!dbytheWebster "'"'°a ·1twas llk8an mrplosion o!outr cry from people who took for granted their b881c human Mghia to pr1vacy a.nd. reproducUve 0-. oom~ 8&1d. Lettie 'fyler of the HCWPCo!thepost--Webeterphone calls to women'e groupe. fyler 111 Bt.serln& oorrunltt.ee chair for Ille In October. 1986. the Rot.hko The cllnlc w1ll provtde ase:lst-­anoe ln the prept.raUon of wllls. llvlng WWs. powers of attorney and dNlgn&Uon of gu&r<1la.ns There w1ll be a brtel' d18cusslon of legal lB8ueil epectflc to PWA/ PWARCa, followed by 1ru;llv1clual oonsult.&Uon with an attorney The attorney will gather the Wor­mauon to prept.re tha neoeee&ry Name• Projeet lfousion '' prm·1dm11 a Quill ponl'l /11 ~1gn in foctJI nomes for rally That You Really Can Endure thtna11onald1spla'!<' "(Til.e rally)w1llg1vet.heeepeo- Thal You Really Are Strong And You Really 0< Havt Worlh Handicapped club PromR.C. BtYANT My name 18 RC Bryant. and I have Cer'lltlnt.l Palsy I am llltereeL-ed ln get..Ung a eo­.. al org&.fl.1za.t1on ~ettera :~= people like JT\YB8lf to the Becau8e 1 don't lclltor ~~rto~.0~ have very rew ao­.1&. loontact.slfan yoneelti ·Wlth&h&ncttoap18lntel'­est. edlnstarUJlfagroup11Jtethls. I am lntereet.edlnhea.rt.n(trom you.Pleaaewrltetomeat939 Cherry BprtngB Dr. HOUBton 7'7036 The Montrose Voice Chapel heldaonedayworkshopon legal documents "'l'he Peroept.10nsofHumanRlghts ·it IS tmportant to note:· saidatr IB8Ue8 by Young Amartcans" The torney John Paul B&rnlch, APH ;::::eA me~tw~~~~ board ch.alr. ''that even !fa person the Deoember.1988.conterenoeon =~~tedu!i;: ''HumanR.lgll!BandtheDLsadV&n oodet.hls-1onoftheleg1alature caged" In Parts. and the HO'IJSt.on mallBt.hoaepoweraofattor­ooIIUill861on of A.D'89 was created ney tnvalld, and cllent.a w1ll The public ls lnv1ted to the grand t.ha CoallUon at 522-6428 or come ope~toaesthe!ac1lluesandt.he bytheolfloeatl476West0~ group·a new home. Napoli said -Choice Coalition ple whofeel f'N8t.rateda.nd.lsolr.tr ed a.n opport.unl\Y to eee that they are not alone. thateouthBaBt'IUMI 111 indeedforcholoe,a.nd.tochannel ,p.r,o -.c..h.,o_lo !I energy lnto votes fl fy­A. D'89.formedlnF'ranoelnl966, n-s to execute new ones st&Uld ae lt.s ~ to Mght a whlch oonform to tllo8e new. updaUld decl&rat.lon of the chan8M' The ooal!Uon 18 98lk1n4l volun teera to operate llB oommwucy drop-ln room tturtng Ille day from Montrose Selghbor­rtgh! B of man for 1969 The new Por more lnformauon on hood Oecl&rauon would be adapted to the legal c11n1c. oonta.ct. the modern 11c1enunc progress and ln foundauon at 623-6796 lvent1 800Lm.to530pm Volunteers are also needed for the eve­nings. ae eervu.e are hoped to be ex pandf!dtolO:OOp.m Uondayt.hroughP'M.· d.ay.Napollsaid.The household goods ~~::_ ~vo~1a1 =-:r -PWA Coalition ymmg people dlBcu88lng oontem- The People W!t.h AIDS Coal!Uon porary human rtght.s 1S8'U6B to Hauston w1ll hold an open house draft. a.ruclee for the decial'aUon at their new offloee from 7:00 to The members of A.D'69 Houston 9:00 p.m on Monday. Aug 21 The metregularlytoprept.readraft,of PWA Coal!Uon 111 now locatlld ln the Issues that. oonoern !Jlem to- the Uetropoltt.an U ultHlervtoe d.ay0ut.o!th1agroup.Un1vera1t,yof Center at 1476 West Or.y Houston students MK As.ref, '"When the Coal!Uon wae foroed Blanca Neve, Amalia Pa.llaree and to move from 600 Rosine. Vlnoe Barry Reeee, and Leo White of the R,yan'aoffloeaaalllt.ed uslnrenUJJ8 UnlversttyofSt. 'l'homaa. wereU.8 spaoe at the MuJU Servtce Cent.st.' represent.at.Ives at the youth oon aa.1c1 B1ll Napoli, pree!dent of the venuon ln Strasbourg ooalLUon. ··a1n0ethatume.wehave The progre.m at the chapel w1ll Signed a one ye&r lease which In program, offlce1 computer/lnformat.lon !tne. t'uru1re.l81ng acuviues and Nauu lus~erctse programs aleo need volunteers. and volunteer drtvers are neecied !orthetransportatkm program with Amertcan red Croes and. 8el'ln& Care Cent.et! The PWA Coa.llUOn's volunteer train1ngdooesnotrequireextendecl weekend aesslons. Napoli noted Tra.ln1ng conslst.s of one evening. with ln aervtoe updatae as needed. A slJc month corrunltmen~18 aaked of volunteers be followed by a reoepUon at the cl~ three offloee and the oom For more Worma.uon on volun· Uenll CollectJ.on. mwut;y drop-In room: teertng. or for an appllcaUon. call \ •'" . '-'r'•·l·~ ~I ~ The Choice Coal!Uon.aneJ.llanoeof sewn HO'IJSt.on org&ntz&Uons. will .sponsor a pro-chok)e 11•.UY ln Sam Houston Park from 900 a..m. to 11 00 Lm. on ~- Aug 26 The date 18 the 69th anniversary of the p&mage of the 19th amend· ment. gtving women the right to The ooallUcm was formed in re­sponae to Ille Supreme Court rul trigJuJy311lthe'Webetervs.R& produoUve Health Servtoee" caee The ·webeter" rultrig overturnl!ld the rtght to cholo!I by gtving st.ates -ieg18lat1veauthor1\foverabort.Uln RepreasntatJ.vea or ateerln& oomm1WJe ~ns are W'(­trig other groups and 1ru;llv1du&la lllVOlved. with human rtght.s to atr tend and support. the evenL TI\e ateertrig orga.niZatlons are the Natlonal Ol'gan1zat1on for Woman I NOW), Planned Parent,. hood of Houston. National c.ounc11 of Jew1ah Women, Harr1s Count;)' Women's Pol!tJc&l C&ucus, Amert- Pereonstnt.sl"8flUK1illp&rtlcipa.t.. trig ln or contrfbuUng to the event may call 522-6673 or wrtte The Cholo!I Coallt1on. PO. SO. 272304. Houston 77277-2034 -Quilt panel Names PrQ)8Ct. Houston ha.a an· nounoed that a panel, to be ~ pla,yed along with the A.IDS Uerru> r1alQu1ltlnWa8h1rigt.on,D.C.,w1ll beavailablefortndlvidual8toalgn 1n n.amee of departed loved ones ln Houston over the next e1x weeks Created by Pate Martinez. the panelw1lll>edlspla.yedlnWa.ahlng ton the weekend of Oct. &6 Th1s week, the pe.nel can be signed at the Galleon at 9:00 p.m.. on Aug. 21; Past.Tl.me at6:00 p.m.. on Aug 22; RfMarlts at 6:00 p.m.. on Aug. 23; Mother'a at 600 p.m.. on Aug. 25andtheR1poordat8 -00 p.m. on Aug. 26 In A!.!iyro Babylonian mythology !SHT AR \1.ilS a very unique lady. goddess of both the morning and the evening. Enigmatic ua!i an appropriate de!.cnpt1o n; a my3ter1ou!i riddle On Augu>116th The ISHTAR G,llery will open ll!i door!> to the p1iblic. It promi!ie!i. like the my!ilenous godde!.s 1ha1 it take!. it!i name from. to be something very different and very special. ISHTAR Gallery i!i a Montrose Community Bu!i1ne!i!i, !iupport1ng loul talented art1 '>ts and !.hall do nate a portion of each !.ale made back to the community The gallery utll be open: Tues Thurs llilm to 7pm Fndav 11am to 9pm Saturday 1 tam to 6pm (C!o.,ed Sunday 6 Monday) 4 MONTROSEVr1CE FRIO"V"UGllST18 1989 Governor to set special election date We're working to bring you a real newspaper. State law allow• Gov Bill Cle- day ment.I to .chedule a •l>t't'"lal elec t_: .S. helicoptel'll found the tion for the late Mickey Leland'• wreckage 8unday in a remote re­con• tituent.l to pick a •ucct'UOrto gion of Ethiopia, where it had the Hou1ton Democrat'• oongre11- crashed into the side of a moon 1ional1M'at,ofwhichMontr011ei•a tain and burned. The State Dt­part The governor could aet the elec· tion for Nov_ 7, which would coin cide with the Hou11ton mayoral election, a conteflt already cen tered on attempi. by Mayor Kathy Whitmire and challenger Frrtl Hofbeinz to garner minority11up. port IfClement.adecidea an emergen· cyexiat.a, hecouldaetadateforan emergency election, which proba bly would be •lated on a Tueo;day t-. or Saturday betv.-~n mid-Septem btrand early October. • Leland, 44. t·ha1rman of the Houff Select CommittE'f' on Hun· ger, and 15 other11 v.-ereen niute to a refugee camp to deh\"er food llUJT ., plie. and check the efficiency of food d11tribuuon wht>n their charter«!. plane diMappeared Mon partml'nt said chere wa& no chance anyone could have sur vived Both Democrats and Republi can& "·ill run in the special ell:'C· tion.andthewinnerwillservetht remainder of Leland's term, which continues through 1990 Political oh!!ervere expect the race to be crowded with prominent black politician&. "Mickey was a pioneer and a ltader. We could use another lead er:' political consultant Bill Ram lt'Y gaid Sunday ... A leader ia 11.>meone like Mickey who took a bold stand and made people realize things. A leader i11 not 110meone who 1way11 with politi<'al v.-ind11· Ram1ey predicted political 11hake-upe becauM of the vacancy buthl'refu ~U>Mpec.·ulateonv.-ho would \·ie for the cungr('ll.lj1<mal 11eat Dt•moi;craph1ni gi\·e black Dem ocrnt11 an f'dge m the innt'r·city di11trict repretiented by Leland •ince 1971< That di11trict 11 etiti· mated to be 40 ptrCl'nt to 50 per r:t>nthlack. Montrollf'ill al90 part oftht>di>1trict. Mot1tol>llervtr1believtLeland·a llUC("(l•flOr will be a bla<'k airtady lltrving in publiC'offkt although a race by a hii;ch-vi~ibility Hi1panic or white cannot he ruled out If a black already m public of. fiCt' 11ucre-ed8 Leland. roles could 11hift throui;chout the bla<'k potiti cal community and new faces cuuldemergeatlov.-erle\·el•.1Ume obtwr\"er11•aid To me, Congren i• tht major leaguu,andit'•hardforeomeone to plug in unllWI he·1 worked hi& way up in the mmuni;' .aid Rich ard Murray, a pohti<'al &c:ience pm­fl'uor at thr Univen1ity ofHou11 We cover the News of Montrose 0 ' lo The Montrose Voice Political consultant George Strong predicted no lack of can di datee. .. The li11t of people who might want to run for Congres• i1 end lee• in that seat;· Strong 1aid A name often mentioned a11 a leading candidate i• City Council man Rodney Ellis, a friend and former congressional aide to Le­land '"You have to say he'1theodd11 on favorite t.o be the appointed one;· said Robert Stein, a profea 11or of political science at Rice Uni ven;1ty Besides Ellia. those mentioned most prominently as poMib\e can· didates are Harris County Com mi111ioner El Franco Lee. atate Rep. Ron Wil81m and City Coun The Montrose Voice. cilman Anthony Hall. although **************************** Hall has shown a atrong interetit Jt Jt ins:n:::~.f~r::~:ahinKtonal· : USE OUR TELEPHOME: :~':u~;~:~~ir::.a.:~;~~ : .... BER AS YOURS : hu no inll:'reatin the Rat Jt. it ourc1ossdieds ! and keep your telephone number ! ore growing_ To it • advertise your ! private. ! s~:;~c':.o~~~~~~ ! Call 621-2822 ! rent, or just about it * onyth1ng. coll ! Page Me!, inc. ! 529·8490. * * The ! only $14 per ! Montrose ! month ! Voice ************************** • Free Consultation on AIDS Related Matters Blair B. Brininger Attorney at law 781-4255 notbd:erttexbdlegspee RESVIIS IN IO MINUTES AIDS TEST Fully Approved by (FDA) Food and Drug Administration Hll/"-1 Antibody Test determines the ant1bod•es present 1n the blood w1thm 5-10 minutes •mmed1ately after the blood sample •S drawn. Even more important, th•s lesl1ng procedure 1stheonly one ol 111 kind fully approved by the FDA Nol only W•ll you receive· results while you wa•t . but your right to conf1dent1ahty will be protected as well No one w•ll receive not1l1cat1on ol thestaltJSof our 1es1 result You will not be aske<l lor 1dent1f1cat1on or to provide an address Further. test results w•ll no1 be g1van over the telephone-again to protect the 1nd1v1doa1"1 right 1oconhdant1a111y The procedure used for testing requires only a pmpnck of the linger This confirms whether or not the md1v1dual has been exposed to the virus. not •I the md1v1dual has AIDS. only the virus that causes AIDS If you are not comfortable go mg to the AIDS climes and hospitals. which ara lree a11 over the Houston area. and have concerns about possible exposure to the AIDS virus. I hope that you will take advantage ol lh1s personal and profess1onaJ service for both peaca ot mind and for the heal1h concerns of those cl~est to you 1-713-527-9934 ,,,.,_ A Sobriety Renewal Weekend ~' Gay Men and Lesbians in Recovery from Alcohol & Chemical Dependency Labor Oa~ Weekend. Septeimer 1 ·4 Wilder Forest Retreat Center. Minnesota R•lre•tDir.ctors Barbara Warren, Psy.D. Michae/Picucd.CA.C • Rcncc:non, l>uwYay, ScJf.Empowcrmcnl. Shuin1 • TwclvcSlepprinciplu 0 llcalln1in1emali:wlhomopbobi.a • Swimmi"I, n.11.ure-walkl, campfires and hlyridct on tile l200A<:re1Rctrca1Ccntcr Clli/or1< .. Jttforlwoc/rj;rtanddt1ai/J RtKiJ1Tol•011dtaJ/i11t.A11gw110.1989 Pliclf l r.tilul~ l;t400\br1inDri,.,F.Mll ..... irlt,\I'~ Albl:Rtll'flltDi1ioion l~·PlllOE FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1989, MONTROSE VOICE 5 THRF wants insurance companies to comply with new law In anticipauonofnewlea:i11lation acheduled to talr.e effect on Sept I. the Texu Human Ri11:ha l'"ounda tion ia monitoring the insurance indu•try·a underwriung practief'd regarding telllmg ofmaurance ap plicant8 forexpoture lO 1hr viru1 that cauau AIDS. Thete practice., heretofore governed by formal rulea under the Stalt' Board of Jnaurance, will now be regulatedbyaatate1tatutepa11Med in the recent legislative IK'tlllion THRJ<' i1 a non-profit foundation which hu operated a •latewide. toll-free telephone line•inceJuly 19ij.8, through which calleu can receive free legal 0011n11eling and attorney referrala forAIDS-relat· edlegalproblem1(1~2*64J7). cordingtoactual\e\·el1ofri1kptt- mauren to 'do for th(MJe with aented, rather than an AIDSorHIVinfectionwhatthey unsublitantialed aasumption of do not do for 1h0Bewhohaveother where"ri>lkgrou))ll'"werelocated 11eriou1 health risk•' In iUI written reaponse to the Houston attorney David Bryan, boa.rd. Midland conceded that ill THRF'1 legal dirtttor. expressed UM.' of three digit :tip codes may satisfaction with Midland'• deci rover larger geographical area.& 1ion t.o limit t.Ntmg to high risk ar than th011e identified by the CDC el\fl identified by the CDC, but not and ataled that it was "willing t.o ed that under the new legi1lation, change (iLll underwriting guide- Midland will apparently have to hnea in an attempt to more pre- drop ill uee of tip codes entirely. ciHl'ly dl'finl' thOlle arl'8'1 llll desig Aa to Midland's accuaation of naled by the CDC. A Midland yielding t.o political pres1url', Bry· official. Jack L. Brigga. howl'vl'r. an rommenled, "THRF followed went on in that respon11l' to criti proper proceduree in complaining ci:te the board for yil'lding to "po- to the in1urance board; the rom li1ical prNllure8 and sympa plamuiexaminerfoundMidland'a thelic feeling•" and trying to force initial underwriting guideline• !did not) group im;urance apph cantaaccon:lingtothelevelofri1k pfftt'nted: and Midland respond­ed by modifying iUI guidelinea sol failtoaeeanyba1i1forclaim mg improper pressure wl\fl ap­plied:' anapplicant'1.exualorientation, the new 1tatutewill prohibit an in- 1urer from u1ing such claii1ifica lion• to determine who will be re­quired to take an HIV antibody "Thift nt'W law cll'arly maket Bryan said he recently decided teeting byzipcode.upracticedby to reQpen the Midland matter Midland, illl'gal. Therefott, al· from THRF's perspective becau11e though an inHurer could make ofabillpa111edinthe1~9legisla testing determinationa ba11ed on live aeaaion which appear& to su agl' it cannot, come September, re­penede previoua regulationa gov- quire teating ba11ed on :tip code or emingwhocan be required to take other territorial d8111ifications" an HIV antibody test. While the TH RF' a AIDS project coordina regulations prohibit an insurer t.or; has been in contact with the from using the marital atatu1, OC" iniurance board to determine the cupation, gender; benl'ficiary dea· effecUI of the new law on the inaur ignation or :tip code to determine ance indu1try. She intend1 to play THRF became involved in the iuueofinauran~practieftland AIDS teetmg in A11K\111t of la11t year when it filed a formal com plaint with the State Board ofln 111ran~ agaiiat Midland ?.;ation al Life Insurance Company_ The complaint alleged that Midland'• underwriting practicea violated the board'• anti-di11CTimmat1on ttgulation1 by using :tip codea to determine which apphcanLI for in 1urancewouldberequiredt.otake a bloodtettt.odetectthepresence of HIV antibodie., the teatthat in dicate1expo11uret.oAJl)S ~ 1! ~it~A-~~\i1c:*HuR-1: an active rolem monitoring the in-du1try' 1 compliance. Per8<>iawho areawareofviolationsatturged t.o file a cumplaint with the State Board oflnsuran«'. and toeend a copy of the complaint to THRF, 1he1a1d After much promptmg from THRF, the board procti!ded to in veatigate the companiea uee oh1p codee, and determined in Februar· y thatMidland'111electionofcer tain cod ea to determine who would be required t.o take the tell was overly broad. The boa.rd instruct ed Midland to re-evaluate Ill! AIDS testing policy to make sure it wu grouping applicant.I ac· / ·', ,'•·'· ·.· '•', ',' ·. ·• HA HA Hfl/ HA HA HP.! Y£•H YQU! HA HAIW CPdtTOON Cl·H~.Rfl.CTER'~ WEAK. l\T1"E:.!1Pl AT ROLC~REV£RSl\L Tucker al.o noted that ~ the new in1urance law calla for the board toll'.atherdataandinformationre­lating to the effect of HI\' expo. 1ure<ontheavailabihty,adequacy, and affordability of health insur­ance coveragl' in thi1 1tate:' The data program i• to be in place no later than Jan. 1, 1990, and the board ii directed to prepare re­port. Iii on thi1 i111ue to be made availahll'tothepubhc Tucker urKed per.on uperienc­ing 1kyrocketmg pr('!TliUlJIJI, deni alorlimitatinnofcoverage.oroth er barriel'I to im1urancecoverage to contact the board to make their concerns knol'in, and to inform THRF aa well Memorials emphasize continuing Mickey Leland's work By SHERI COHEN DARBQt.;t.;E The Munt._ Vo1~ White Mickey Leland'• WHhing t.on preet IM'Cl'etary gave her final 1tatementinthatrole,urginKJ)f'O­ple to continue working for the causea the late Congrea11man em­braced, the Houst.on Gay and Les· bian Political Cnucua and other groupainhi1districtputtogethl'r respon1ea reflecung the .umt• 111'n timent.I Alma Newti0me on Tuet1day, Aug. 15. urged Leland 1upporter11 t.ocontributeto hungerreliefpr1>­JIYam1 or food bank1 inatead of sending flowel'I to the Conlfl't'H· man's family. HGLPC had re­leased a atateml'nt the day before asking the Montr°"e rommunity t.o remember Leland by giving do nat1on1 to Stone Soup, a food pan· try for people with Al l)S Wl"o.•k. ~ew,,ome, in heratateme.1t. had specifically mentioned the Hou>1ton Food Rank nnd the fam ine relil-f fund for Sudan and Ethiop111. HGl.P(' board member Cicely Wynnl-.chargedwithorganiiing thl' board' a re"ponse. ~aid thecau cu11 will 11t·nd a ~ympathy ,·ard to Leland's family and Houston 8taft in addition to coordin11.t1ng theSton1·Soupdrive Thl- Jlou11ton Food Bonk alS-O honort'd !~land with a l!H-19 Part nl-111hip Award for Leland's help 1nthtpa1<ttol·vtralyearsinobtam ing S:tf.0.000 and other oontribu tion11. The award was aC"<."t·pted by Lida Gn•+:n. the head of Lt-land'1 Jlou1<ton oftke, on Tueflday rhe remains oftht· 16 \·ict1m1 of tht Aull'. 7 cratoh were recovered by military penKJnnel at th1· •·M1ckeyded1cated hi1lifetoend m••untain1<ide cra~h rite Tuellday, world hunger; and hu fought for ending the wait for Leland'1fami compa.seion (for) and to end di1<· ly and l<taff Howe\·er. the bodiu crimination against Jl('Ople with of Leland and the other Ameri AIDS;' HGLPC Prl'Hident Uay can>1 aboard the plane w-ill proba Hill 11tated in the releai;e. '"Tht• hi~· not be returned to the t..:nited loaa will be greatly felt in the 11'.aY StaU>11 until next week, ll8 identifi­and lesbian community m HouH· cation of the victim11 by forenHic ton' 11pedali11U1isexpectedtotakethat Other Houston hunger organi long. This week. the focus shifted iationt including the Hou11ton frc1m recovery of the bodiea to an Food Bank and Interfaith Hunger invet1tigation to dNermme what Coalition were targeted for food cau><ed the plane, carrying Leland drive11 in Leland'• honor this and l!lother11onahungermi1111ion in Ethiopia.tocrl\flh intoamoun· tainnotforfromtheplane'1de1ti l.A'land'11w1feAlli11on,atapruis conferenct>atEllingtonAirForce Ra11e on Tuesday. announced fu. nero.l arrangeml'ntll fur her hus­band A community memorial celebra tion will be held at 7:;W p.m. ti>' nil(ht. !Aug. H4)at llannah Hall Auditorium on the campua ofTex Ill Southern University. !~land wo11 a TSU graduate impreued with the records of the candidatefl m08l likely toteek the "None have either the ble111ing ofJordan'1oratorical abilitie11or the,.trenKt-hofMickey'scouragl".' he said Hillsaidheisconsideringosk ing HGLPC to support a strategy of running a caucus·aupported candidate"ifthe field iHcrowded enOUKh" for such a candidah' to makea11howing BillieCarr,executivedirectorof A Mllff.ll of Christian Interment Barris County DemocraUI, aaid will be11a1d at IO:OOa m. Saturday that though the liberal Jkmocrat at ~t. Anne'• Catholic Church. ic district was "certainly not in :.!140 Wetitheimtr. the Leland fami any danger of being taken over ly paru1h by c1.m1ervative Republican1:· she Private intl-rment will be held com1idered the 1068 of Leland 1r1"e" later. Meanwhile. althoughcommuni ty leadel'I were still OVl'r<.·omewith 11hock and gnef, the fate of the now \'·acant U S. Conlfl'l'fl>lional D111t. lM11eatw8'1alreadyatop1cof hu1hed concern. I.eland i.ii de- 1<cribedbymo.ta1''irreplaceable'' You muat reml'mber, however, thatwearetalkingaboutBarbara Jordan'111eat;· Hill noted. "When she retirOO jthl' 1eat) we aaid thotwewould nl'verbeablet.ofill hershoee ... alotofusatthattime didn'ttruatfl..elandJtobeacham pionofourcausemCongre111." Nl'verthell'll. Hill1aidhl'isnot versib\e It is my opinion. like many oth eni_ that Mickey cannot be re­placed- ·· there will not be another Mickey Leland:' Carr 1aid. How evl'r. she noted, ~only a liberal Democrat (can) win in that diH· trict" Carr said she could notape<:u lateontheraceforhislft'al1011oon after the tragic news. "Right now, it's really hard to concentrate on anything like that:' Amonll'. those possibly expected to announce as contendel'I are Houston City Council member1 Rodney Ellis, Anthony Hall and Ben Reyes and State Repreaenta tives Larry Evan. and Harold Dutton. State Senator Craig Washington, taglfed by Wynne andothel'linMontt08epolitiallll poll8ibly the 1.-t choice, hllll 1tatt'd flatly that he will not run l..ee Harrington, a past presi­dl'nt of th<' Gay Political Caucus, said ht• waa di8turbed that no main11trl'ammediacov1•rnll'.eofl...e­land's ba,·klflound rt>ferrOO to his long time flUpport of the gay com mumty .. I haven"t e\·tn 11een the word gay in any of the (non·ll'.ay) publi cation11:· 11arrington1aid "Thi' qut·1<llun ga~·1111hould a11k m Howiton 1• which politician would 11tand up e\·l-n for Uhe righta oO people with AIDS; Harrington 11aid. "Mickey stood up. and e\·en cunductt'd aCunlfle8 1ionalmvet1tigationonHou11ton·11 Tt't<pOnHl'll to the AIUS cri11i11 to find out why more were not 8tandmgup. Wewillneverforget him· F(Mld or mom•tary donations may be made in Leland's honor to Stone Soup. localed at 1004 Cali fornia, anytime the pantry i1 open, Hill 11aid. The hounofoper ahon are HXJ p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday, 6:00 p.m to i!:OO p.m Tue .. day and Thursday; noon to 4:00 p.m. Wedne1day and 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. Pride in the '90's: Don't drop the 'ball' Editorial by SHERI COHEt.; DARBONNE Thil Wednelday, Aug. 2J. offict>rl will be elected fqr HoUltM Gay and Leebian Pride Week J9!K). What this mean1 ii that gay pride ii entering a new decade in this city_ How we react to that1ignal will reflect whl'ther we are indeed entering anewcycle,orrecycling the 1ameold arguml'nUlthatde­stroy, notC1'lebrate,ourprid1· The meeting 1tarts at 7:00 p.m Wedneeday at Dignity Center. Thl' e<rchaira who are elected then. if hi1t.ory repeat8 it.eelf, will direct not only the organization of evenUI butthet.oneand 1tructure of the entire celebration. Who 1how1 up at thil meeting. what they believe and how 1trongly they 1tick by what they believe will determine quite a bit. aincewe are not only planning for one week but opening the dool'I to the next tenyean HouHton· annual pridecelebra tion ml"ans a 101to me. In 19i.'>.I helpedoril'.ani:tethefil'ltll'.aypride ·march" through the it reel.IL of downtown Hou1:1ton. Thi11citywu 10clotetedthenthato,·erhalfthe participants were here for a Texa.1 Gay Ta11k Force convention. We borrowed a ··Grand Marshal' - Vito Ru11so-from ~ew York. The idea of a full.fledged purade­down Westheimer, yet, and with floa1.1L-wa11 like an activist'• dream. It just couldn't happen hm The TGTF conference at the Univeraity of Houst.on. and the march.wereputtogetherhaatily and alm08t single-handedly by a \then) radical activist even though tor perhapa beeau1e) he wl\fl told it couldn't be done. ~ cawieheandothel'ldaredtochal­lenge their re1>triction1. our cele­bration evolved into 10mething we can, and ahould. all be proud But I'm ~nning lO wonder now if 1ome of theee regulated guy1 dun'tconsidl'rtheprideparadeit· 1elfanunnece111ary1pectac\eand anembarra&11ment Something I once felt made our city'• pride planning proceu •pe­cial wu the attention given to in clu1iveneet. The committOOI al­way1 seemed to bedi&euHmg how t.o keep gay and lesbian pride week open to everyone in thecommuni ty, how t.o be reaponaive to the need1ofevery group. Now,itap­peal'I that like young authora Mar1hall Kirk and Hunter Madsen. many right here in Hous­t. on think the 20year111inceSt.one­wall have been a failure,a"party" that effected. no real progres1. It se.em• to me they are taking a lot for granted. Jt'1 frightening Pleaae under1tand that I am cer ta inly not criticlling the p~ou1 committee, nor their effort.IL t.o bring tome 1tructure and organi :tation lO the gay pride week cele­bration. I'm merely Hying that e\·en nece1111ary atructun' ha1 iUI parametel'I In 191:19, w·e adopted a ·'dreu and behavior code" for participa· tion in the parade. What comes next? Will we prohibit drag alto­gether because aome entertainer1 may get disproportionate play in the non-gay media~ Will we ex· elude PWA1 becau11e their 1itua tion focuses "nl'gative" attention on gays or hill! been "over played?" (These are things I've actually heard!) Or. in the spirit of Kirk and MadJ;en·s recommended public relations bliu:, maybe we 1hould re-route the parade to bene­fit businessee which are in the belt fi1Cal poeition t.o help ad vance our new campaign. Never mind the onetJ that have given IO much for so many yeal'I that we aren'teven1urewhat'1left. Ir we are celebrating pride in our community, then we must cele­brate- not disoourage--di,·el'lity In Houston, that diver1ity 18 in· herent. And if we want participa ti on, Wt' mu11t not only tolerate but promote inclusi\·ent'tJl!I_ This aim ply will not happen if the group that makee the key deciaion11 i.ii not incluftive Come to the meeting. Whether you a!'I' a 25-year·old 11'.aY white mate, a bh1ck tran1veatite who \ivee in Pearland. or even a bisexu al Filipino woman. you nti!d to be there. Peo"lple like you were reapon sible forthe"'20yearsofpride"on allthOMt>lligM lfroorganiting':AftertheBall" mean• we 1hould throw divel'lity out the window, and attempt t.o Ill· aimilate into a tociety that oon1id el'lall ofu11omehow leet than ac­ceptable. we can't afford at this point to drop the "ball:' lfwe do, there may never be another. What'I even 1adder i1. if this happen.. e\·eryone we deal with will le(' u1 at a community that dOMn't have any. Okla. activists form direct action group OKLAHOMA CITY-A new JIY&ll root.I direct action group has formed here called "STAT!" The name i.s taken from the Latin word meaning "immediately:' ST AT! con cernsincludegayrightaiuueaand the AIDScrisia, nationally and lo. cally. Membel'I feel theae isauH re­quire urgent attention, and that on ly through direct action will prog re111 be made Inspired by the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power of New York City CACT UP.'N.Y.J and the Gay Urban Truth Squad (GUTS) of Dallllll, STAT! currendy consiaUI or approx imately 40 members and ii growina rapidly. Anger in the community over slow moving government agencies and corpora1ion1 involved in AIDS 11111ues is alto lfl'Owing "STAT!" feels the time for non·Vl· olent direct action is now:· 1aid ml'mber Matthew Sharp The group is planning 1eminll!'I on AIDS issues, including the bu ttaucracyoftheFDAandNIH. Let ter writing campaigna. marches, and other forms of non·violent pro­test will atresa ST A1"'1commitment lO strengthen gay right.I and pu1h formoreactionontheAllJScri1i1. The group's first activity was par ticipating in Oklahoma City'1 Gay Pride Week parade. For more information, contact Clay Shear1, PO. Box 60886, Okla· homa City, OK 73146-0886 or call (405) 528-6915 Call out the Badawyer Holy libel suit. Robin ii trying to clear his name after being called a smut king. Burt Ward, who played Batman·, 1idekick in the l960e tele­vision eeriea. want8 SIO million each from two tabloid•. the Globe and Ne ... a of The World, for wntina llories that claimed he waa a "porn hoes'" who threw parties featuring orgiea and sex shows It all started in Dec. 191:17 when the New1 of the World ran a head· line that said "Holy Weirdo1 Batman's pal ie porn bollil!" and a storyde8Cl'ibingWard'1privatelife u"sordid"and"auretoahockmil lions of fans.·• Thl' tabloid added that Ward used the promiee of "introductions to film bo11ses" t.o penuade people to pay $50 each for tick eta to parties at a rented manaion and theGlobefol lowed by saying he wa11 a 'Tinseltown porn kinll'." Ward claima hl' suffered lOflll of reputation. shame. mortification and hurt feelings and a trial is1et for May Mayors Conference seek AIDS grant proposals The Lnited 8tates Conferen~ of Mayon announced Monday, Aug 14.that1tha11relelll!edit.11ei11hth Requt'llt for Propo.als 1RFP) for fonding of community based pro. l(ra.msforAIDSriakreductmnand educpl\on. The targetl of the Round I! RFP include racial ind ethnicminorities:1ubltan~abu1 e!'I; HIV antibody po1it1vr people and people with AIDS; and people who re1ide in area. with fewer AIDS casee. Approx1m1tely 20 granllilwillbePwardedforprojecll up to 12 month. in duration, u1 amountl ranging from $20.000 to $50.000each. AS totalofSl million 11avail.sbleforthitfundmground Thepnm11rygoalofthisfundm1 round 18 to provide education 1hroughcommumtyb.ased1ervice organizations, with an emphui1 onth~th.sthaveNtablithedt1N to lhe prl"·mu1ly menlionedpopu lauons, accurdinJ to the mayo!'I' 6tatement In announan11 the availab1hty of the funds. Confer enceofMayol'IExecutiveD1rect.or J. Thomas Cochran 111id that the organi:tation was fully committed toprovidingfundingandtechnical lll!flLstan~ toth011egroupawhich havethebeataCf.'ffltopeoplewho need HIV AIDS information the m~• "Community hued orgsniza tion& ... workingwithloc1lgovem ment and the local healthdtpart­men11, haveproventheireffective­nea1inproviding1ccurateandap­propnate mformalion ... m w1ys thatareacceptedbytheiraudi rnce;· Cochran uid. "Thi.I must continue. and we .re committed to 888iatingthem·· Fundmr for the AIDS rrant1 wasmadeavailablebythefederal Centen for Di11e&1e Control. With th18 lste11t round. the Confenn~ of Mayo!'I will have awarded $3.64 milliontofundlJ3proJecll•cro&1 the nation 6 MONTA( >EV( :E HllOAY_ AUGUST 18. 1989 Human Rights Foundation gets grant share The Texu Human Ri1ht11 Fuun dauon will rffi-"1ve $.">:t,'100 of the $:.!milhunfMeralgrantbt-iniiad mininered b)· the HouMton Standard Metropolitan StaUMtical Area (SMSA1 JllV Advi•ury Council. Thl' HarriM County i!OJ; pita! Distritt ha11 acted OJJ ll'ad aKency for the c1nindl m working to obtain tht• lil'alth R1'8<.lurce11 ServiceMAdmini11tration l(rant Thi' fundM an part of a total $11(),000 in new Krant funding the TllRF will KH to continu1· il.8 11tatewidl' AIDS h·Ral Rt nUrtl' Proi~t THRE a non profit foundauun invoh·M in civil right11 liti1ation andMucationsince19i6.haspru. vided legal service9 t0Texan11al fected by AIDS since 19Mi. THRF operates a toll-free telephone lint• throughwhichcallerscanreceiH• frtt legal coun8t'lling and Allor ney referrals for AIDS-related 11'­gal problems(l-800-l:!:.!.'1·6417). The 5:.!.500 will fund the poMi tion of an AIDS legal coordinator for the next two years to in11ur1• thatlegal11ervicesareavailabll'm tht' Ho111<t"n SMSA who ha,·e beentxpoeedtuAlllS S1m-el9h6. AIDS haii bet>n thl' leadinlf caule of dl'ath fur ml'n bt'twttn the age. uf2!;andH mthl'llou1<tonarea Gt·nt•llRrrinKl<>n.\·icepn'tlident nl TllRF·, board of trust"" and nnt-ot l!l mt"mbt-r11oftheTexas L1·gi1<lut1vt' Ta11k Force on AIDS. und1·n1cort·d tht· nt'l:d to protect t~w twil riKht>; of pt'Ople with ,\JllS. A><ktod to 1•xplRin how the 1·pid1·mi1· ha. alk<·tt'<l the uate and indi\'1dual11 rtonomically, he n·ft·rrt'd tu thl· Ta11k 1-'orCl··a find inga on legal iuue. mt'nt rl'latwna for the Harrill Harrington 11tr('ll1ed. howtvt'r. County ll0t<p1tal lh11trict and that the more critical qut'lltion chairman of the advi11ory cuunc1I presented by the AIDS cri>11• 1• The term• of the funded PfOKl'llffi one of basic human dignity will bt- finalized at that meeting "How our state and we 8'I indi In Rddition to the foderal fund vidualsrespondtotheAIDl:>cri11i1 ing, TllRF WOJJ awarded KTantll will ea measure of how ju111 and fromtwoprivatefoundationa.The compassionate our society 111 Texa11 Equal Acce111 to Ju11tice judged to be," he said Foundation awarded $17,500 to David Bryan. THRF'11 legRI di thelt·j1:alicroupfromit11lnterf'llton rector and grant writer, will mt•ct Lawy1·n1 'l'ru11t A('counl-8 (IOTA! in Houston on Aug_ :l9 with R prugram. and the Chicago Re-­King Hailer. director of govern· 11ourceC'1·nterjt'aveTHRFSIO.OOO New Orleans 'Southern Decadence' is Labor Day weekend The Jl;e,,.· Orlean• Gay L•f'11b1an Hu11inf'M and Profe1111iunal A.1>1oc1 ahon ha. announct'd that thi" yt-aT11 celt'hratiun of the cit}''• well kt·ptllt'l:ret holiday:· South t'rll Uecadenn· Uay, i11 •rhedull'd forSunday,St·pt :.! In 197:.!. !N'veral lnt"nd>ishanng a hou11t' they had nicknamed Belle Reve" dedded to ho11t a th,.me pRrty on Labor Uay week end. Ke<:au ...... ofthenamethl'yhad j(iventheirlargt>homt•inr\ewUr lean11' Faubourj{St. John. they de­cided thl' th1•me11hould be ··South em i){'(·11denn·:· and evt"ryone 11hould ro11tum1• 111Tordin11:ly Tht' 11arty wa1111ut·h II >IU('('(·~11 thl\t the originalgroupdecidedWrt-pt'atit the next year; but with a chanKt' They thought it w·ould be fun to meet 111 a bar friendly to both gay11 and non-gay11 in the Ftl"nch (iuar ter and m11rch back to the hou!IE' A11 things go, the marchen1 kept goin1 into other bani lQ eseape the heat as theparadetriedtort>turn to Belle Re\·e_ Suddenly somwnt' realizedthattheentiregroupwaa goini{ the wrong way. Thi')' then decided.itwastimetoretumtotht· party that was already in proj( r('llsat Belle Reve In 1974 it was decided thRt 11 GrandMarshalshouldbell(']f'<_·tt'<l to\eadtheparadeonit-ewayhack tuli It' Ht•\'t' It waMal Jdttided th11\ .914 w. ~Id he tht' Jut year tht' party would rttum to the houte. an<{ thf' t1ubwquent purtymil would ht' hl'ld on the 11trl'O-Uofthl' t'rt'nt·hOuarterand tht' Fitub .. ur11 Menl(ny That tra· dition ha. nut httn broken Grand Manihal• haH been cho­'" n t'at·h yl'ar, each tryingtotur pilHtht•irprt'<h'(·t•norsinrnaking tht• p11r11d1• routt'9 ll>I bizarre and unupt'deda111101111iblt".Whenthe nowdoft'(111tumt'<irt'\'t'lersbegin1 togath1·raround noon for the pa· rudt•. trnfrk on Hoyal Street be­eumu .. tullt'tl1111 driHrsand p11s M'OJ.WU ulikt· ruhht'rnet:k at the strangely amred. tor unattired.J parade pan1cipants. COtltuma. fromthesimpletothe\'tf)'t•labo­rate, t)·pically mock famou1 hi11 torical and fictional 1"har11ctt·ni. as well as local celebritiN. At 3:00 p.m. on Southern lleca dence Day. the Grand Manihal and personal entourage arri\'I' With the shrill of a poliet>wh111tle. the procession bl-gins. There are always surpri11l'll in the paradl' route and few, if any, downt11wn gay bars 11re excluded along the w11y. The pande has Rl110 lx'(·n known to villit pre11t1Kiou11 down town shopping compll'Xt'tl. Tht' Riverwalk, Canal Place and the Jax Brewery havebet'n\·181tedin the p111<t. along with maior hotel lobhiN. JadtMm Square. tht' Moon Walk anctthe fo'rl'nch Mar ket arenl'n•rsparl'<t Kickoff par tiet1. cont°t'rl.8 and 11Pf'('ial C\'enlll art' featured. in allofthecity'sga~­and ll'flbian ban1 throu11:hout tht' w·ttkend Thi• )'t'Ur. the New Orlean11 AJJ)S Ta11k Force ia participating for tht• first time. The organiza tiun will sponsor "Summer Sii:de' on Saturday. Sept. I, The event. which will be ht-Id m the French M11rkt•t. will ft·atureliveNt·wOrle· an11><tyle t•nu•rtainment and un limited food and drink Free Zsa Zsa You wu .-1 think that P111 Spreadbur~-. thl' maL ... -ho Ml&rtt'<l the Sont't)' for tht' l'rt'\'t•ntwn uf Anythmir A11:11.m~t z,.11 Z11.11.. 111 a lungt1m<"fanofZ.aZ>111.Guburand be<-ameoutr1tgedwht'1>ht'ltoarnl'd 1hl'hadbft.naTT.,..tt'l!lorhar11• in11:apoliCt"man !'.;eh.I ni:n·Tt'Hn1.11udh1·rany mind until th111 happent'd tipreadhury1111y•. llt·M\artt'(ltht·cor ganii11t1on-Sl'AZZ for Mhort juMtfor!un "Th1·pointolthiMi1<n·1 to mak~ mont'y W1•r1• lo11m11 rnon ey:· 1<11id Sprt'ndbury May.ii 'TheJ><untill,myGud,Amn11·11 yuudon'thantulaht'\'t'T)'thmg 80llt'Tl<>U><l.•·."lh•'al1<ohaanotin-d11 great int"quit)' m th~Z8aZ1<111·111w We'•·e11utpto<•plewhomurdt"rand rapeandwallta ... a)·fromtht'<'t•Urt room and ht"revrr 1.trt' making 11 ca..elikt'thLB1111am .. 1Z .. 11Z1t1'' Spreadhur~- 1uya. ·s .. rnl'lhing·1 notqu1tt'ngh1 it('(l9toi$1!1.9:'>loJOmSl'AZZand rnembt"r1llt'I"1'·1<hirt with pull) pinkJt>ttt-r1<,CUftumpl11rnrdand11 bumptor ati<·lte. all prot-.a1mm11 Frt-eZllll Z Aa or about,.,.,, .,.,.,.g 1111:• Spreailbur~ < lh had 41 ord .. r1. "'" The Montrose Voice "LOOK-THEAYATOLLAH'5 DEAD! ... THE CONTRAS DIS~ANDED!. WHAT DO >VU SAY WE PARDON OLLIE NORTH AND CALL IT A DECADE?!" "1 DON'f WANNA BEIHE HOGfAGE '· ! WANNABE THe IERRORISI ! . . JOHNNY t.J..WAYS 6E1'51'0 BE 'THE iERR~IS'f .' /1 Every weekend, our advertisers come face to face with our 22,000 Montrose Voice readers. Maybe you should consider advertising in the Montrose Voice? -92.53 of the readers of the Voice are "somewhat likely" or "very likely" to use a product or service because they saw it advertised in the Montrose Voice. -The average household income of the Montrose Voice reader is $45,3 70 a yean Impressed? So are we. Ready to advertise now? Call us. 529-8490. Who says these are the real figures? Simmons Market Research Bureau in a readership survey of the Montrose Voice concluded December 1988. And who Is Simmons? The major surveyor of newspaper and magazine readers in the U.S. The same company used by the Houston Post and the Houston Chronicle (whose average readership figures, by the way, were not nearly as impressive as ours). We're working to bring you o real newspope[ The Montrose Voice. FRIDAY. AUGUST lS. 1989' MONTROSE VOICE Activists say crackdown in Argentina intensifies Our classifieds ore growing. To advertise your seNice, garage sole, house for b\' R!'.:X WOC'K!l."ER • M•·~Tll••~I: \·r Harll!W!ment of gay men and le.· biam1 in the South Ameril'an na· uonofArgrntinah11J1worsenedto 11uch an t>Xtt'nt in r~nt month• thetthelti()ddt11au.etoJuly'aln ternational Le8bian and Gay A• sociation 11th World Confertnce in\"ienna"tagedarolorful,noi1y and muhi lingual demonstration ouLHidetheArgentmeembll8ayin downtown Vil'nna pie's revolutions The protest then moved to \"i enna's central square 11urround ing St. Stephen'• Cathedral. Ac­tivilta linked hanmih and formed a large cirdl' eoml' 35 me­telll in circumference. PB11,.eI11-by were perplexed by the multi-lin 11:ual proteet 11igna. but realiied that gay a were upset about some­thing. since "homoaexual"' looQ the same in mOBt Roman-alpha bet languages AAndar'' l"HA made an t'lllertrency plea m\"iennaforintemationalftllllilt a nee and 11upport financial dona· tion11 11hould ~ in the form of Americnn Exprt111 international m"ney ordt•r madto out to CHA pret<ident Alejandro Zalazar. Tht addrt•1>1:('a11itlade<..:om.~.'045, Sucur11al ;J7, C.P 1437. ButnOll A1ru, Ar1wntma. CHA:s name mu11tnot beontheaddrt'llllOrthe envt·lopt• rent, or j ust about anything, coll 529-8490. According to nttivi11t11withthe Comunidad tlomosrxual Ar11en tlna (('HA) police now routintly back paddy wagons up to the frontmdounofgay baraanddis co11 and haul away the patrona, holding them for up to72 houra Gay men face additional ha ra.&1<mt·nt in the 'tree~. whrre au· thoritieti charge that they are ·publicly 1ohritin1t for the pur Jl(Nlt'OfN>X" Parl•C•pa.111• 111 th<' JLGA u·orld ronff'rf'ntt pTOlf'•lf'd ludna.pp111/l of /lO.Y mf'n by po/1rt in Ar/lenlma. a.I the Arl(f'nt1ne emba...l•y 111 Vienna. The police harassment of 11:ayR and lesbians in Ar11:entine cities has haaonly oomplicated tht•l!lt' vere ewnomic and eocial prolcm11 facing CHA and the country's ho­mQIK'xual movement. CHA in $600 lU.S.J behind on its rent, electricity and taxes: and a dra maticelly soaring inflation rate has placed oondom11 uut of rea"h for more than 99 percent of the country"scitixena U IAnltu1rt>tlUl'11tt'<iprotutlet terM to Arg1•t1tint• Prf'>lidentCarlOll Snul Ment•m at Hnkarr1• 50. C.P. !Oli·I. Bueno• A1rt>e; and to local Arg1·ntint-1•mbn1'11i1•e.withphoto­cupiuto(" HA. Writen1ahouldde­mand thtabiolitionofthtfifthar tide. finit pnragraph of Law :l:l.:l ,'>I\, tht·'"law onat-c.'f'eltopef">l(onal data:· and it>i aml'ndml'nt con ceming"'puhliclyaolicitingforthe purpo1N•of1WX 0 The Montrose Voice your ear; 1hey 11-ay itw88asignal toano1herman chanted pro-gay •lo1ans in En1· lllih. Spanish and German 'All it takes:· .aid CHAt Em manuel Valido, 'ill to~ ltandina on 1ht corner with your hand• in your pocketti. The police will •ay ~·ou were play1n11: with yourM"I( and1nvLllnl(&••x.Or.i(youaCTatch The Vitnna prol.ellt began on a small eidl' etreet one half block from the central plaza. AclivJJ>t8 carried aigna in 1heir uwn Ian guage11 denouncing thl' Argentine laws u..ed to haraM gays and ·Gays y leebianu. unidoe. jamaa M"ran \·encidoe:· (Gays and lHbians united will nevtr be beaten:') thty yelled. The chant was a aliaht alteration of the 11lo- 11:1n of the Latin American peo. We would like to keep our corrl'"­spondence up."' eaid \"alido. ··but the financial crisis can make us unable to answer becau>1t• of the high price of po11tage. we·w di continued our magazme. \"am< Our •1tu11tion i11 dt11pt'rate'.' \"ahdo 1a1d. ··we·re fntrhumed to trointhe•lrl't'l.>i, thebaI11anddis cos 11n· ~LOK permanently doaed andit"tocn<>t114ft-forwitoprotf'flton our own hf.half" George Leland: They called him Mickey Gary gives himself over to the entertain­ment aspects ol his local news Commentary by I.EON DANll-.:L l1PISeniorEd1tor WASHINGTON-A name like Georgl' can take a man all thl' way to the White Houst', but it never reallyfittheDemocraticcongresa· man from Houston GoorJCe T U-land was a Mickey if there e\ll'r waa onl' Nobody called him George. although it waa hi• real name The Mickty• of the world are fun-loving. hell·raunntc.hoat-rock intr typM. They"re \·ital. !'motion al. likeable All M1ckty• aren"t Irish. They can be Jewi1h or. like this onl' black Amencan1. They often are men with mi111ion1. Such a man waa M1cke)· U-land. a charismatic man whooncede- 11eribed himself aa "an acuvist for humamty ... If that aeem1 gTandio1e, it also ia precisely what he wu Mickey mattered. He1pent his life improving the lives of 01her1. And even hi1 tragic death served a1 a needed remind· er-at a time when the ethic1 of ourleader1areunderattack-that there etill are in CongTeM men and women of honor. In death. a man i1 judged one Ian time on Earth by the quality of thoe.e who mourn him Mickey wu a firhter and a fritnd ohhOH who"\le been left out and left behind;' said Rep. John Lewlli, the Geor,-ia Democrat and authentic American hero. Lewlli, a man of ainaular cour­aa: e who often 1hed his blood in the stru11Je for civil riahte,1aid, "Mickey?f'pre&entedtheverytie.t in all ofu•" That was high praii;e ind('('(! from a man who was brutally beaten in placealike8elm11.Al11 a• he led marches for the right to Born in Lubbock in l!l44. Le land grew up poor, abandoned hy his father and raiaed by hi11 moth er. a 11hort·ordercook. Htbt-c11mea teacher and then a pharmacil!lt. Elected in l!l72a11oneofthe ft .. .\ black11 in the Texas l~i11lature. he appeared on the floor in a dhhiki robe. shocking h~ cu leagul'll and firmly e.;tabh11h1ng hi• political identit}·- But. aa he matured politically. Leland worked 11uCCf'll.l!lfully within 1he ay9lem for a ~tter world When he died ins plantcra11h m Ethi<1pia two Wt>t·kR fll[O, he wa11 Fidel C.lll:ltro among hi11 friend: ont of tht• mo11t influt•ntial mem· But he had the political cuura![t' i><·r11oftlw llt'tnO('ratk majority in in 1984 to su pport WalterMondal" Congreu. O\ler J esaeJackson for tht>Dcm1,. Thi>1 w11s a man who penuaded cratic preeidential nomination, th1• l lou111· lt•ndenhip to t'11tabhah thus antagonizing many hlack11 tht· St•lt't·t Commit«.'(• on HunJCer U-land wae a militant who and lt•l him chair it learned that he could makl' mort' A11 1·hairman. hl' traveled often of a difference by working pru1-: to Afrku-ll't'fort• famint• hl'<-ame matically from in11ide the tent a popul11r 1s11u1• and aftt·r it had Thiskindofadeptpolitickingin fadt-d fn;1m 1h1· new11 the mainstream helped him win L.t>lnnd mudt- u111·are about hun $800 million in aid for 11ub-Sahara gry peuple. He did that b~· dl'tlcrib- Africa in 1985 and major fundinlJ init to us how a l~-year-uld Suda· for food for homt'leu AmericanH ne1e girldit'duf•tarvatlon before the following year hi11 e~·ee At h111 death. U-land had moved His critica claimed that even ar- cloa.er to the center in his struggle tt·r hi• mo\·e toward the political against hunger. but nobody WWI Ct'nter Leland wu too far to the calling him George He was a ft. Ht· r>unted Cuban leadtr Mickey, for aure 11 I Kl'OW~OTHING ABOUT ART, BUT I kNOW WHAT I LIKE!" AIDS doctors develop fund for emergency financial help We're working Th.a bo&rd meet.a tw1oe yea.rly. during the annual oonlerenoe &tl4 1n the f'al.l before the next oonfar­enoe. Thia meetl.ngwlllbetheftrst. t1me bo&rd. members have had the opportun1t;y to v1alt a host e1te ~ fore to the actual oonlerenoe site for future oonfsrenoea 8hould approaoh the bo&rd before th18 ~.P'urthardet.all8oa.nbeob­t& 1ned trom 1990 oonfsrenoe """'-"'" -AIDS employme:n.t Jl'or thll first ume, the CIJ!forni& Court. of Api-J hae Th.a Ql1oago-bued Phyalol&na Alf­llOciat1on for AIDS Care (PAA.C) ill developl.n& a n&Uonal "superf\uld" for amergency nn&na.1&1 Mllltst. anoe Th.a l\lJld. O&lled Prqject L1!e­llne. wlll be ueed 1n part to provtda asaJ.at&noetop&UantaofPAA.Cph,y· 81cl.ana PAA.C currently bu 450 members n&Uonally. who together have C&l"lld for more than 40.000 people w1th AIDS &tl4 ARC. The reglonoons1stsofl4 IOUthea8tarn 8t&tl88. trom Maryland to Plorida &tl4 Teu8 to Weet Vlrglni&. Board member8 hall trom all areu oft.he region •ation&l =n~ Gay p1C1y9M wtth AID618 Th.8 Pt'Q)eCt. Ll!flllne tund ill m&n· aged by thll AIOO Med.ioal reeouroe OmterofChica«o,anon·protltna­t1onal pat.J.entadvccacy(l'Oup. The prq,leet has one of the lowest over­head expenae r.ct.ora of any char!· table organiz&UOn In the Unit.ed States. aooordiflC io thll PAA.C Community ~~=:! :t.leetlnga w1ll be held at tJwt Eptaoopel Dlooeee of North Carolina Cent.el': Per-aona lnterest.ed In attencUng meet­ln& B or beoom!ng involved Wlth the oonlerenoe are encouraged to Aooording to Gordon Nary, oaJ.l or write the 1990 oonferenoe PAACs execuUve director. PAACs he&dquartars, PO. Box 28863, Ra­goal 18tora.l8a12 mllllon during lelgh,N.C.27611,(919)633-1209 Its current l'.l.8oaJ yee.r. The org&n.l· Dtacusa1ons during the meeung ut.lon hae asked ea.ch of lta 28 aa- will lnciude elect1on of new board members and aiMsory board members. as add.IUOnaJ plannlng for the oonfaranoe and s!te seleo- KotH earlier dec181onwon by National o~ RtghUI Advoc&Ulll &tl4 the Employment aw Omter on Aug. 8ag&ln.8t~nCOI'J» rauon for dl8crtm1n&t1ng aga.1n8t an employee with AIDS Jean O'l.e&ry,NOfl.Ami:ecut1ved1· rectol'.oornmented, '·No one &hould fear l<l8in41'. a Job becau8e or their lfiV or AIDS llt&WS. A healthy eoonomy needs the talente ofall IUI cltlzens In the work place and that. lnciude8 people wt th AIDS whoa.re BOCl&te ph&rmaoeu.tloal m&nu!ac­turer members to oont.ributetothe t\.lnd and 18 relytn& on member ph,ya1clan8 to halp ra1&e funds In Uleir looal oommun1t1e8 through corporate tund 1'181.n& programs t1on for the 1991 oonferenoa. as healthy and able to work'.' wall as regular bu81rule8 Ignoring thaopln1onaofltaown Willie D. PU.klngton and Sharon med1ceJ. st.an". ~n ref'u8ed to -Southeastern Worthington, co-chalrs for the allow John Chadbourne, a qua.l.tcy Conference 1990oonference, will beoome one control analyst., to work alter ha TheboardoldlrectoraoftheBouth· yea.r board members at the msei. wa.s dl&41noeed. with AIDS east.em c.on.ferenoe ot Leeblans l.n&,Thayw1llservedurlngtheoon· ChadbouJ"ne died tn Jan\W'y of and Gay Men Inc. will meet In Ra- ferenoe 1968 lelgh. NC., Site oft.he 1990oonfer- An,yona w1sh1ng to have t.helf' In February or 1987. NORA won ence, 5ept 29. 30 and Oct.. I Clt;y oonsldered as a potenual ho8t a iandmaJ'k vtct.ory wban Callfor-nia'e Ft.1r Em.ploymant and HOJJ&­lng COmml881on ruled th&t.AIOO t8 a handloap. The ruling made It ille­gal ror employars to dl8cr1m1nate agaJ..nat persons with the 1llne8a After appee.lJ.rl4 th18 dec181on, P.a,yth8on was ordered. by the Ban· t.a Ba.rbara Supertor Ccurt. to pt,y b6ck wagee to Chadbourrufs ee­tat. 8. all attorney'e feea, and to~ !l1n an ·:AIDS In the work plaoe'" -tra1n1nS program for all employ NOMa lega.1 dlrect.or Leona.rd Oreft" 8&1d, ''The Appellate Court'e dec181on oon11rme that. ~n wasautofstepw:ttbthllrestofoor­ponu. e Amar1ca and w1.ll be held 11· ablaforltsd18crlmlnat1onagain8t John Chadbourne. Thia 18 a far J'61Ch!ngri.illngth&t.bll.rtlallem· ployars 1nC&llfornta.tromdJBcr1m tnaUng aga.ln.8t people with AIDS'" National Gay JUghta Advooatee and the Employmant l&w Center of San Fra.nc1800 are OO-OOUnBel on the caee. Peter l&w'a from the law otnoe of Leroy Walker In I.o8Ange­lee was the tri&l lawyar -HRCF interna Tiie Hwn.an Rights C&mp&lgn Pund18look.ingforlnternllforlta otnoe In Washlngton, D.C. lnternll work In all program arees. tnclud 1.n&leg1.&1.at.1ve.pollucal,neldleebl· anle&Uee.adm1n.l8tr&Uon&tld.pub­uc relaUons. "'Th1a 18 a great. opportunlt;y for eomeona interested. In lesbian &tl4 ~1881.ma.or)uetlnle&rnl.nihow government &tl4 pol1t1c8 work;' said Ertc Roeenth&l. HRCP pollU· cal director. Roaent.hal ooon11n&tee the Int.em progra.m ·interns (can) makeaoont.rtbu· t1on to tlle leebWl &tl4 p.y mov&- ment u they work on unponant COngreeetonal 1118uee"' Interns reoetve a atlpend trom HRCF and must work at lee.st 20 hour9 per week for three months Interns work Wlder tlle dlrectiOn or an HRCP statr member People who have QU8Btl0118 or who are Interested In applying for !nt.ernahlpe ehould oontact Erle Roaent.hal at r202)62&-4160orat the Hwn.&n Right.a C&mpe.ign F'und. 1012 14th Street, NW, &.h Floor. WashlngU)n, D.C. 20006. Th.a appUoauon should Include a r&­sume. wM.tl.ng eample and a letter d18coBBLng why you want to work MHRCT HRCF 18 the largeet n&Uonal AIDS and p.y and leebl.&nadVooacy to bring you o real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. 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Gary is 35 and hobbies are music, tennis and skiing. Favorite bar: Scandals. Profession: collection representative. PHOTOS BY JERRY MULHOLLAND Speaking of service-we feel like an Andy Rooney routine. One day this week LOBO had a brief power outage caused by an HL&P transformer burning in the alley. This was the second fire for this particular transformer this year. And both•times it mysteriously knocked out our air conditioning. Now HL&P denied any responsibility, as though it was just one of those coincidences that the transformer burned and our air conditioning just happened to stop working-twice. Euer try talking to a giant utility? About anything? And do you think they cared? All of us are helping them pay for that giant nuclear plant but will they return the favor? And we foolishly thought "customer service" meant providing service to the customer. At LOBO we preach to our employees to provide friendly, helpful service to our customers (just don't get that cranky old man who treats the business like it were his own). The big department stores, according to the press, are attempting to rediscover service. This at the same time franchise food chains seem to specialize in mumble disservice. Has anyone noticed the sad state of service at Kroger's orl Montrose? Most of the clerks seem to be plotting against management and the youthful managers hardly inspire confidence. Yet across the street at everyone's Walgreen's we'ue neuer met an unfriendly clerk. Not that we get around that much but if there is an award for all-around friendly service it should go to the crew at Charlie's. Waiting tables is no fun job but these guys make the most of it. And, after all, they always get my eggs right. It was bound to happen. Since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Missouri's new abortion law that also left standing the preamble of that law, to wit life begins at conception. Now a woman in Kansas City, convicted of forgery, is serving a term in jail. And she's pregnant. So now she's suing the State of Missouri for false imprisonment of her fetus. After all, the state says the fetus is life, and that life is being confined without due process. Frankly, being Missouri-born, we feel the state is getting just desserts. Let them figure this one out and get back to us later. News is news, but it also depends where you read it. Last Friday, one of the Houston papers, relying on a report from the Washington Times, reported that Craig Spence, a central figure in that Washington cal/­boy scandal, was arrested in New York on gun and cocaine charges. He supposedly told the Times he was dying of AIDS and planned a suicide. Also, according to this story, he was reduced to begging and sleeping in Central Park. Spence, as you may recall, was the one who arranged a late-night tour of the White House for a few of the guys of the evening. The New York Times saw the story a little differently. Also on Friday, The Times reported Spence's arrest and the same charges. There the stories part. According to the New York Times, Spence called the police to report that a man in his room had just robbed him of $6,000. When the police arrived they found Spence and Casey Ragan, 22, of Brooklyn, whom Spence had met on Times Square. Need we say more? What is interesting is that Spence called the police, they arrived to find both men in the hotel room with Spence holding a gun (thus the charge of criminal possession of a gun) and allegedly Ragan had used the gun to rob Spence. Oh yeah, and they found a small amount of cocaine. Ragan was not charged. The Washington Times, which is owned by the Moonies, was the only paper Ronald Reagan would read, and originally broke the male prostitute story, seemed to have overlooked Mr. Ragan and the $6,000 i~ r-:::1-SHEER INSANITY• L.....'.:J OAQUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER (there was no further mention of the money). The New York Times never heard of the planned suicide or the declaration of AIDS. But they both got the charges right and ran nice photos of the accused. Stand by for later developments. Back in our old stomping grounds, Dallas, District Attorney John Vance recently went after the two dailies there when they reported that around one-third of drug-dealing convictions in 1988 resulted in probation. Vance appeared before a press conference crying foul and produced figures that only "35.5 percent" received probation. How those reporters will play loose with the facts. And then Vance pointed out that some of those probations were granted by judges, not all by his prosecutors. Of course, in May 1987, Vance had vowed that his office would not grant probation to drug dealers. But then, the office of district attorney is e/ectiue, and none of us expect elected officials to always mean what they say. LOBO Presents Jeff Stryker in his newest epic The much awaited appearance of Stryker in an unfamiliar role, an all new posture for gay videos hottest star. ''Powerful 11'' •T111tYK•t11~llllODUCTIDN• Gay writers to gay publishers to gay bookstores: a coalition working for our community LOBO proudly stocks these gay and lesbian publishers: Alyson Press Gay's Men Press Naiad Press Gay Sunshine Press Leyland Publications Knights Press 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • SWimwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessor:es • Necessities ;:: 0 z 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• naturally! ~ 1,-H---O_M_E_O_F_S_UN_D-ANCE CATTLE COMPANY 1 1 )> :D Sundance Annliwersary Pany Sunday 4:00-6:00 Happy 9th! Mooo! Mary's Dog Show Sunday 20th 2pm Categories (Limit 3 per Dog) I. Judges Award : Best All Around 2. Prince Charles Award: Best Pure Breed 3. Heinz 57 Award : Best Mutt 4. Tiny Tim: Ugliest 5. Pussy Galore Award : Nelliest 6. Best Duo Award: Owner/Dog Resemblance 7. Rambo Award : Butchest 8. Edith Head Award : Best Costume 9. Twiggy Award: Skinniest I 0. Cassandra Award: Fattest 11. Hulk Hogan Award: Largest 12. Tattoo Award : Shortest 13. Chicken Award : Best Puppy 14. David Letterman Award: Stupidest Trick Registration All Day Saturday & Sunday until 2:00. Note: All Dogs Must Be Leashed. NO EXCEPTIONS. Happy Belated Birthday: Rj (Tues 15th) and Happy B-Day Cindy (Mon 21st) ~ AFTER HOURS SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY HOUSTON, TEXAS 2am to closing Thursday thru Sunday ($1.00 coffee, juices, sodas Ir Artesia) Plus - Uve D.J. During After Hours * HAPPY .... HOURS,.. Morning: Afternoon: Evening: ~ cane-s1.5o • • DrattB-75¢ 7om-Noon 6pm-8pm 11 :30pm-1 :OOam Well Drinks $1.75 Monday-Saturday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Shots $1.00 * ~ ':i >en­:: i C!l ::i <{ ,: <{ ~ We do our best to make th'5 hst as u.. accurate as possible but there may be some errors Call the bar or restaurant to ~ confirm an event ;5 Madill~ d: -Amba Cantina: 99¢ Margantas 4- ;li 7pm w -Club Body Center $5 for 30 minute ~ tanning session. $30 for 8 visits > -Santa Fe Trading Co .. 99¢ frozen w Margaritas. 4-8 pm, Santa Fe Gold 8 Margantas. largest selection of ~ imported beers and tequila z -Scandal's: Open 11 am, Mon-Sat. 12 ~ Noon, Sunday -Scandal's D_J_ Dennis McGinnis plays your favonte oldies from the 50's. so·s. 70's -J R'.s: Monday thru Fnday, hors d'oeuvres 5:30 until 7:30 -S1boney Club Open Tuesday­Sunday, 8pm-2am. good presentation required -Thai Villa Restaurant: Thurs-Sat Nights Live piano -Thai Villa Restaurant: Dinner Daily specials. M·Th 5:30-10pm, F & S 5 30-10.30pm Thai Villa Restaurant Lunch Thai Buffet. $5 95, M·F 11am-2pm -Venture-N Get It? Got lt? Goodn -Venture-N Dancing on The Farside, seven days a week Bacchus: Happy Hour 4-8pm -Momma·s Money: $1 Well & Domestic Beer, Monday-Saturday. 7am-11am -Mamma's Money; 75C: Well Drinks, Monday-Thursday, 9pm-M1dn1ght -Mamma's Money: Happy Hour, Monday-Saturday, 7am-8pm -M1ssoun St Station Happy Hour prices tll 9 pm -M1ssoun St Station: Open 11 am- 2am -Ousters C & W Dancing Daily -Ousters Open 6pm-2am -E/J's: 7am-8pm Happy Hour. 7am- 6pm $1 Vodka dnnks. Beer bust 4- lOpm Monday-Saturday -E/J's 7 Days a week. $1 Well dnnks 1am-2am ·Past Time Happy hour 12-8pm -Pot Pie Restaurant: Free home delivery for pizzas -R1'Marks Happy Hour 4-8pm -French Quarter Theater see ad this issue -Club Romeo Happy hour 5-9pm -Venture-N Happy hour Noon-8pm -Venture-N: Beer bust 4-1 Opm -J.R~s 3-m-1 Happy Hour openmg- 10pm ·Char11e·s Restaurant Dinner and m1dn1te specials -Rock 'N' Horse Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am). Sun (4pm-2am). Closed Mondays -Bnar Patch: Happy hour tlll 8pm -The Barn: Happy hour 11am-9pm ·Stboney Club: Dance to the hottest rhythms of Salsa, Merengue, Reggae, Calypso and Disco music on our two Marble dance floors, free buffet -The Barn; What A Nellie Deli, 11am- 3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fri -Dusters: Beer Bust Sun & Thurs, 6- 10pm -Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon- Sat, 7am- 9pm, Sun Noon- 9pm -Mother's: Play volleyball on the patio, Happy hour prices 7 days a week. 7am-8pm, Keok1 Kona sings & plays the organ. 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri. 2nd floor bar, Never a Door Charge -Char11e·s Restaurant Open 24 A l1stmg of lhe Regular and Special Events at Selected Houston Clubs. Restaurants and Other Places of Entertamment hours -Galleon: Happy Hour 'Ill 8pm Dally -Santa Fe Trading Co Open 4pm, 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails. $175 long necks or happy hour pnce single well t1I 1 Opm -The Attic Open 4pm-2am Monday­Fnday, 7pm-2am Saturday and Sunday -Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs (ex . Tues.) -Chutes Beer bust. 3pm-11 pm, 75¢ Vodka dnnks, noon-6pm -Chutes: $1 frozen margantas noon- 6pm. happy hour 12-lOpm -Mary's After Hours Thursday­Sunday -Mary's. Happy hours M-f· 7am­noon, 6-8pm. 11.30pm-1am, M-S Super Happy hour 9am-11am, $1 well & beer. always 75¢ draft -Chutes: Frozen Margaritas, $1 25, 6pm-2am, Happy hour, noon-10pm q~ -Arriba Cantma 75¢ tequila shots all day -The Barn: Cowboys 1n Action, 8-2 -The Attic: Live Music 8:30pm- 12.30am -Bacchus The Gay Dating Game 8pm -Missouri St. Station Patio specials -Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm -Scandal's: Dance to the music of O.J. Dennis McGinnis -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -Cousins: Drawing. 6:45. wm tnple your shoe size, Cousins & Company. 10:30pm -Mother's: No door charge, dance music by Phil Ware -Heaven: 50¢ well, cover -Chutes: CrU1se Night, happy hour noon-10pm, Male Stnp Night with MC Casandra Landa."cash pnzes. Hot dogs by Texas Riders -Montrose Mmmg Co. Special Forces {male dancers) 8pm-2am -J.R:s: Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am -Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour. 7am tll 9pm. Brazos River Band, g.3Qpm -Rt'Marks: Live entertamment s~ -Rock 'N" Horse: Live band 9pm-1am -Montrose Mining Co .. 3 m 1 happy hour4-10pm, 25¢ draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am -Amba Cantma 75¢ teqwla shots, Brunch menu 11am-4pm, $1.25 Mimosas, Poinsettias, Bloody Marys & Champagne all day -Cousins Cousins & Company, 10.30pm -M1ssoun St. Station: Patio specials -Mother's All Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75¢, 7am·8pm -Dusters_ 75¢ Schnapps all night The Attic: Live MUSIC 8:30pm- 12 30am -E/J's $1 Well drinks 4-7pm -J.R's: Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 10:30pm -Scandal's: Dance to the music of D.J. Dennis McGinnis -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -The Barn: Cowboys 1n Action, 8pm- 2am -Bacchus: Houston·s Ongmal Party Night, $2 Margantas -Club Romeo $1.75 Coronas, $1 schnapps -Heaven: 50¢ well 9-11 pm, cover, DJ-Scooter Bearden -Mary's Beer bust on the patio with Cindy 1-6pm -Chutes . Cruise Night & liquor bust 8-M1dnight. $6, $500 Dash for Cash, 10pm-2am -Brazos River Bottom; Happy hour t1I 9pm, Brazos River Band, 9:30 -Ri'Marks: Live entertainment s~ -Galleon $150 Cuervo Gold Margaritas all day1n1ght -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestling 9pm & 10pm -Rubia's Free draft 7-10pm, .. Rub1os Presenta" 10:30 -E/J's- Noon-10pm Beer bust. Dinners served on the patio at 5pm, $1 Well drinks 6-9pm -The Barn: Cowboys 1n Action. starting at 7pm -Siboney Club: International Show Travesty -Momma·s Money: Happy Hour. Noon-4pm, $1 Well with SOC Schnapps 4·7pm -Amba Cant1na Bnmch menu 11am-4pm, $1.25 Mimosas. Poinsettias. Bloody Marys and Champagne all day -Bacchus Pool Tournament. 2pm -Thai Villa Restaurant Buffet $5.95, 11am-2·30pm -J R:s 75C Cape Cods. Bloodies. Margaritas & Schnapps Noon-10pm -Galleon: Steak Night 6pm, Naomi Sims and Dyan Michaels Show 10pm -Rock 'N' Horse Bloody Marys $1. Live band 6pm-10pm, free hot dogs -Mother's All Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75¢, noon-8pm. Male dancers 1 Opm-1 am. Bar-B-Que on the patio 5pm-9pm -Club Romeo: Hangover Blues, beer $1 25. Bloody Marys $2, Barbeque and dnnk specials, open 3pm -Heaven: Free well 7-9, free draft all night, $1 25 Corona all night. cover -Scandal's: Pool tournament, 1 pm, reg1strat1on noon -Venture-N· Booze/Beer Bust 4- lOpm -Montrose Mm1ng Co. Beer Bust & 50¢ hot dogs 4pm-m1dn1ght. 50¢ draft beer m a mug midmght-2am -Brazos River Bottom: Steak Night, 4 50, 6pm, Happy hour. noon Ill 6pm, Brazos River Band. 7pm -Mary's Beer bust 1-6pm. Steak night Spm. $3.50 for 10 oz ribeye and all the fix1n's -Chutes Beer bust noon-1 lpm, liquor bust 4-8pm, free food, Lube wrestllng 5pm -Missouri St. Station: Open noon- 2am, Summer Sunday Social. $1 well and 1u1ce drinks. 75C schnapps, 3-7pm -Ri'Marks Open mike night 6pm ttl? M~ -Galleon: Best Crowd 1n Town -E/J's $1 Margantas & Kamikazees. Dart Tournament 7pm -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestling 9pm & 10pm -Mother's Beer Bust 2sc:1mug or $1 .50 60 oz pitcher M 1ller Lite Draft. 6pm-1am -Montrose Mining Co .. 3 1n l happy hour all day/night, 5¢ draft -Rub1o's CLOSED. Available for private functions, reserve one week m advance -Ripcord: $1 Margantas 9pm-2am -Club Body Center Lockers $3 25 noon-m1dn1te -Galleon: Male stnp contest 10pm -J Rs_ Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am -Brazos River Bottom $1 welt and beer, 7am-2am -Mary's Bowler's Special Night -Chutes: Free pool, beer bust. 3pm- 11 pm, Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght, happy hour noon-10pm ~ -Mother's: All well drinks $1.75 7am- 1am, Dance music from the 70s and early 80s -The Ranch· Beer bust & dance lessons -Ripcord· $1.25 canned beer 8pm- 2am -Rock N' Horse: Pitcher of beer $2, Steak night 7pm -Chutes: Liquor bust8pm-mtdnight, Drawing for portable TV. 1 Opm -Missouri St. Station: Beer Blow Out 7pm-m1dnite. $1 domestic long necks -Club Body Center· 1/2 price rooms & lockers. 7pm-3am -Club Romeo: $1.25 beer -Venture-N: Free Pool 4-8pm -Bacchus: Pot Luck Night -Galleon Happy hour t1I 8pm, Star Search 10pm. cash pnze and guest appearance Sunday -Brazos River Bottom: Dance lessons with Tony. Brent & Jim, 9.30pm -Montrose Mining Co. $1 beer bust 4pm-ctos1ng. Men at Work (male dancers) 1 Opm-2am -The Barn: Steak night. 7pm, $4 00, happy hour 9pm ~ -Ripcord. S1.50well all day -Mother's: Longneck domestic beers $1, 8pm-M1dn1ght, Tequila Gold Slammers $1.50 10pm-2am -Chu!es Steak Night. 7pm-10pm. $4.50 -The Attic: Live Music 8:30pm- 12:30am -Rock 'N' Horse Schnapps $1 -Montrose Mining Co. Nickel draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am. music of so·s. 70's. ao·s -Club Romeo: Vodka specials -Ri'Marks: Corporate Ladies Night Out w/ hors d"oeuvres. 4-8pm -Missouri St Station: Professional and Executive Ladies N1te. 5pm tll ? -J_R's: Pactf1c Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am -Heaven: 10C well 9pm-2am, cover. biggest Wed crowd in Houston -Rub1o's Talent night ($75 first place}, dnnk specials, dancing till 2am. -The Barn: Naomi and her "love slaves", 10:30 pm, $200 cash prize -Bacchus: Corporate Ladies Happy Hour. free hors d"oeuvres t1I 8pm -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour 7am-9pm. Cheeks of the Week contest. 10:30. $100 first pnze, Pool tourney. 8pm. winner takes $50 plus '7~ -Mother's: Male dancers & Shows 10pm & Midnight, no door charge. burgers on the patio 6pm-10pm -The Barn: Posse Male Dancers. 9pm-2am -Rock N' Horse: All can beer $1 -The Attic: Live Music 8:30pm- 12 30am -The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons -Ripcord: $1.50 Margaritas 9pm· 2am -Club Romeo: $1 50 well dnnks -Club Body Centef' Half price day noon-midnite -J.R:s. 3 in 1 happy hour. $1.25 frozen drinks all day all night -Bacchus Steak Night, 7pm (you bnng the meat. we supply the rest) -Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headliners and Fantasy in Motion at 11 pm -Venture-N: Free Pool 4-Spm -Montrose Mining Co.; Happy Hour 4-7pm ($1.10 well, beer), 3 in 1 Happy Hour 4-10pm, Longnecks (domestic beer. soft drinks $110) 10pm-2am. $2 beer bust 4-10pm -Galleon $1 buffet, 8pm -Mary's Leather and Club Night -Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour t1I 9pm, Brazos River Band 9pm. no cover. $1 domestic longnecks all day1n1ght -Chutes: $1 Margantas in a glass all day/night. $1 M1chelob Dry NGMM.Giul~ Here's the BAR-ZAAR list places you might consider for drinking. dining and sensual pleasures -Arriba Cantina, 1100 Westhe1mer, 524-4800 -The Att1c, 905 Pra1ne@ Travis. 229- 8022 -Bacchus. 523 Lovett. 523-3396 -The Barn, 710 Pac1f1c. 523-0213 -Brazos River Bottom. 2400 Brazos. 528·9192 -Briar Patch, 2294 Holcombe 665- 9678 -Club Body Center, 2205 Fannin. 659-4998 -Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant. 813 Richmond. 522-2365 -Charlle·s Restaurant. 1102 Westhe1mer. 520-5221 -Chutes. 1732Westhe1mer. 523-2213 -Cousins, 817 Fairview. 528-9204 -Dusters. 2715-B Waughcrest. 522- 9485 -E/J's, 2517 Ralph, 527-9071 -Club Flamingo, 907 Westhe1mer. 527-8830 -French Quarter Theater, 3201 Lou1s1ana, 527-0782 -Galleon. 2303 Richmond. 522-7616 -Heaven, Pacific at Grant. 521-9123 -J.R:s. 808 Pacific. 521-2519 -Keystroke. a club on the move, 785· 9258 -La Cucaracha y Cantma, 3921 N Main, 864-5069 -Lazy J. 312 Tuam. 528-9343 -Mary's. 1022 Westhe1mer. 527-9669 -M1dtowne Spa. 3100 Fannin. 522- 2379 -Montrose Mining Co., 805 Pacific, 529-7488 -Mom ma's Money. 534 Westheimer, 522-0045 -Missouri St. Station, 1117 Missouri, 524-1333 -Mother's. 402 Lovett. 520-7935 -Jo's Outpost. 2818 Richmond. 528- 8318 -Past Time. 617 Fairview. 529-4669 -Pot Pie Restaurant. 1525 Westhe1mer. 528-4350 -Q Ts. 608 Westhe1mer. 529-8813 -The Ranch. 9150 S. Main, 666-3464 -R1'Marks. 2715 Waughcrest. 522- 9485 -Ripcord. 715 Fa1rv1ew. 521-2792 -Rock N' Horse. 1220Taft. 520-9910 -Club Romeo. 903 Richmond. 528- 9110 -Rub1o's, 202 Tuam, 522-1207 -Santa Fe Trading Co., 804 Pacific, 528-6969 -Scandal's, 1419 Richmond, 528· 8903 -S1boney Club. 6121 Hlllcroft, 771- 9611 -Spanish Flower Restaurant. 4701 N. Main. 869-1706 -Thai Villa Restaurant, 2907 W Alabama. 524-4777 -Venture-N. 2923 S Main, 522-0000 ,. JC (>: }'. j f.J <J "' "' 7: "0\"u.'. "~' :x ..J VI "' WESTH£1"1ill c.:. <! 2 "" ""'' c!. 0 THE POT PIE PASTA & PIZZA PLACE After Hours Breakfast Buffet Fri & Sat 152!> Westhe1mer. 528-4350 ~c.an do.ls "'f'l ~,. "' it -.: " " ~ Club Romeo / G[j' Homrr.~ 1:, t1oney WfSrH£/fvl Ell- Daily Specials 1102 Westheimer- 522-3332 firriba Cantina·s Super Saturdays Sel/h~ll.fS 1419 ((~ 52N903 Classic Hits Only-Oldies from the SO's, 60's, 70's We're always looking for good look­ing guys to grace our BarZaar sec­tion. Call us at 529-8490, or bring by a photo to 408 Avondale. If we select you, we'll arrange a professional photo session llUDIST lllFO Trellis 493-0464 2-t tir message. Tell 5 frien ds to call. Gertrude Chapter One The best way to have described Gertrude would have been to call her old and leave it at that. Leaving it at that was exactly the opposite of what most people coming in contact with 1------------------------------~ her were likely to do. More accurate descriptions might have $1.00 well drinks and schnapps $1.25 mimosas, poinsettias and champagne $. 7 5 tequila shots $.99 margaritas during Happy Hour from 4pm to 7pm Brunch from llam to 4pm included; ugly, mean, wrinkled, fat and a few other adjectives unsuitable for print in this or any other publication. To have called her ugly would have been an understatement. To have called her nice would have been a bold-faced lie. More to the point, to have her appear at Arriba Cantina upon our opening for business early one Saturday morning, requesting the whereabouts of her brother Harry, was quite possibly the least pleasant experience we have encounterd in all of our time of operating. Understand, her purpose in locating her younger brother had nothing to do with sisterly love or even family bonding. Rather, she was attempting to collect the twenty-seven cents she had loaned him as a small child, plus accrued interest She stayed for brunch. She hated it. She had seven mimosas, complaining each time that she couldn't stand champagne or orange juice. She was still around for $.99 cent margaritas during Happy Hour. She protested their panicular color of green. Finally, she informed anyone who cared to listen that her mission in life, the thing that really kept her going during her fading years, was an unfailing desire to find new and prettier things to hate. We need a drink. Join us any Saturday for $1.00 well drinks and schnapps. Have a good time. Laugh it up. Gertrude will hate it. "' ~ Reeular All Male Review 10:30Pm ~ I-C/) :::> (!) :::> < >­< 0 a= u. "' Adam Jack Rage-Returns Saturday & Sunday Afternoon {\\o{\~ oe'~'!o ~~ ~00 Sunday Afternoon Show 5:30Pm The Return of Miss USA Tommie Ross Tondelayo Ramona and R aee Comins Ausust 27th Sunday Shows at 7:00Pm 608 Westheimer 529-8813 Open daysaw' ·~k.~amMon­O! l. No n Sunday ''Bad Girls'' at the B.R.B. starring the Imperial Court of the Single Star Sunday,Aug.20,6pm Coming Thursday, Aug. 24, 9pm 2400 Brazos 528-9192 Tuesday Well drinks $1.00 Wednesday Shots $1.00 Whipped Cream Wrestling Sunday Topless Waiters all week 8·1 a.m. 229-8022 Naomi Sim's Star Tues· day Search 10pm limited to B Contestants Phone 522- 7616 for entry Cash Prize& Guest Appearance Sunday Double Trouble Naomi Sims & 1111 For the Montrose Voice COPYRIGHT 1~89 ARIES Healthy competitiveness is the name of the game. And the game could be any activity that you excel at. You're and Aries, so of course you're going to use your head, while you're running or jumping, or doing something very physical with your body. TAURUS "TI :D 6 )> :< )> c Gl c (fl < o; ~ ;:: 0 z An interesting conversation with a fascinating stranger could set ~ all kinds of wheels in motion. And a problem that's been bugging ~ you for the past month is nearly resolved. Moving from a dilemma < to a delight sounds right. ~ GEMINI : The nineteenth and twentieth of the month will be high points in communications with an important woman in your life. This rela­tionship, centered in a deep, intuitive understanding, can help both of you to expand your horizons. CANCER A renewed optimism continues to replace the confusion that had been the bane of your existence for some time. There may still be confusion, but your approach to it now includes the acceptance of conflict and a fine sense of humor. LEO Take some time off from your usual routine to do absolutely noth· Ing important. Don't sail away to exotic shores or make plans for creating a financial empire. Relax with a good book, dig around in the garden, or dare to be lazy. VIRGO Your ability to channel your re­sources in the proper manner, and to move intelligently in a clear and definite direction, does not go by unnoticed. A door of opportunity could open wide now. Walk through, step up. Take your rightful place. LIBRA There are limits. Believe it or not, dear Libra, there is a point at which the mind wants to rest, is full of figurings and po­tent possibilities. A short peri· od of relative silence and re­treat could serve you well now. SCORPIO An old venture feels old and tired. A new venture feels new and exciting. While that's to be expected, what may be unexpected is the speed and decisiveness you display in putting your priorities in order. SAGITTARIUS Isn't it interesting how coming out is not so much a single event, as it is a continuing process. The uniqueness of your personality and your requirements for recognition are powerful elements in the current scenario. CAPRICORN Safe sex requires inventiveness, playfulness, and of course consid­eration; three things that you have plenty of. So what are you sit­ting there for? Your partner, your friend, your inamorata probably wouldn't mind some inventive and playful consideration. AQUARIUS While you're being very practical and job oriented, a person who may be considerably younger than yourself could have some other less reasonable activities in mind. You'll need to be firm and direct in order for this budding relationship to flower. PISCES Everything fits, and you don't need Tycho or anyone else to tell you that you understand, appreciate, and are active in what daily pleasures life has to offer. 'Simplicity' is the key that's unlocking the door of Pisces' life and love. )> :D ~ )> :D Fashion By Madge Amanda B. Recondwith Dear Fans, we were sitting around the ra.il1ng of the grand sta.1.roase of the Ritz Ca.rel ton the other ruw. when our Dear Friend Madge suddenly filcked an incredibly long ash off her ibis horn cigarette holder onto a passlng crystal ashtray and let out a loud sigh. At first, the surroundlng crowd looked about, wonderlng who had honked for a tour bus, but Madge was not concerned. She was busy wonderlng about the questions of real life (which is no mean feat when you're standlng at the Ritz in a bum­ble bee yellow and black striped Bill Bla.ss pouf dress with diagonal cut breast plates and gypsy frill tassel boots). ':Amanda:' she said in her deep fal­eetto (sometimes mists.ken for a cross between Lauren Ba.ca.11 and Le­onard Nimoy), "I wa.9 watching the young men the other ruw. and was wonderlng why they look so differ­ent than the men of our generatio~· "How interesting:' we fel.gned. Our pantiss were bunching, and it's too complicated to a.qJust oneself in front of the help while wear1ng black tulle and plastic bubble skirt with amber chasticy belt clips. "I've decided I know what the dif­ference is:' she continued, starlng at some extremely comely young thlngs, lilting up and down the stairs before us with their hair done in blonde and black anti­gravicy waves that swooped and swirled almost yards above their foreheads. "I think they're more ar­tificial than our men. Look at their hairdo's, and their glamorous clothlng. I remember when jeans and a T-shirt were all you needed to be handsome, but now .. '.' she rolled her eyes until she nearly fell over diz­zy. "But I've got it all figured out:• she continued again, sha.klng her head once she had recovered. "What could it be?" we asked, feel­lng rather tiffed at belng labelled so much older than the children below who were really no longer children. "When we were their age;• Madge said, pointing a neon orange plastic opera glove sheathed finger at the group in the lobby, "sex was easy: I CHUTES 1 732 WESTHEIMER 523-2213 Male Strip Finals Aug 18th $300 Cash & Prizes MC Cassandra Landa Texas Riders Slave Auction Saturday August 19 9pm mean, you couldjust walk into a bar you imagine runn1ng your fingers and walk out again with someone. through that hair? Girl, you'd be a.r­You could do it right there if you thritiC in a minute unknotting your really wanted to, and nobody even nailsfromthatKrazyGlueDo.Times cared! So, we dressed simply. A pair have changed, Dear. Sex is becomlng of50l'scancomeoffinatlash-AT- evil, and access is limited. One of shirt is nothlng to rip off. And no- these days, we'll be wearlng coreets body wanted sticky moussy hair and rubber girdles again, mark my when fingers would run through words. They'll make it too much them at any time! work to even bother!" "Look at them nOW,' she said, wav- With that, Madge wandered off to 1ng la.z:ll.y and blowlng smoke into· the Grill Room, and we were pleased the air. "You'd need a college degree to see Sebastian get out of the &llls to figure out the snape, buttons and and come into the lobby for us. He Velcro on thosebillowytroueers,and waswearlng 50l's anda T-shirt, and they don't show a.nythlng! And can still looked quite accessible. 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