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Title Montrose Voice, No. 458, August 4, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date August 4, 1989
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript lVfutt a Week ••• The Garden Party, The Denim Party, The Softball Playoffs, and Hurricane Chantal Inside: We have the News earors a Cook lVfw Can Dish Steve Warren interviews stage actress Carole Cook, p.4 MONTROSE VOICE We're working to bring you o real Tt-+ENEW~ .-.PR~ MQNTA' >ED(o1t111u 1t~ p, . .i.in!IC. ., . 1FRIDAY newspaper August4. 19B9olSSUE458 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY P The City shuts down Montrose apartments with no water Montrose By 81\EHI com:~ UAHBONNE A MontT<11<l' an•a t1pi:1rtml·nt <~>m pli:xthutha11nothad ll·11nlwatt"r ffrvi«inoveramonthwaM11hut down W1<dn('tlday, Au11:. ~.by tht· City of 1-lou .. ton for ht•alth ('od1: vinl,.ti<or\>1. Thi.- thrt°t' r('maining tenant.JI of thl' l.lrllJ*rty at Hl!I Hyde Park. indudmlf th<· munn11· er. Wt'Tl' notified Wl'dnewday mominl( to vacatl.' the building whichhaiihf.t.noondl'mned.with m;l4houl'!I Motil of the re.id1:nt.1 had al· ready mo1;ed out. tlthl'r on th<'ir ownorhf.cau><etheywt·rt·a.ikedto lt-a\·e. aftt"r a 10<••4.{\I or1wnizt...J demon11trat1<rn at the proJ)('rty la11t,,.·t't'k.Tenanbtlmv1tedtht'mt>­dia and loeal gay.!e11b1an and AIUS actin11t11 to 111t m on an ··emergent')' m~tm1(' they t·allt"d with tht·ir landlord11 after b1:ml( curnpletdy without watn for a wttk The property'• watt•r llt"rvit·e wa11cutoffonJun1·~fornon-pay· mcnt of an $1-1,000 bill, aocordinl{ to Jat·k Gilliam. di11trit1. water­work11r1 ·prt'llt'ntativeforthellou11- tonJ)('partmentof PubhcWork11. Watt-r W8'1 hooke<I up illt-gall_v twi<'t.'11inCTthen.Gilliamn·1><•rtl'<I A •tolrn wa11·rml'lt'r.instal l'"C! 11hortly al\t-r tht"cityservicew11.11 di...:onn1-.;·tl"<i.wasdiscoveredand n·mo\t-d July al, Gilliam said. An attl•mpt wa11 madt' tht' nt-xt Wf'f.•k tu hook up wattor through a 11trail(ht connect" hot«', whi<-h wa;; dill(~!vrred July 27 A lt·nantofthecomplt-x latl:r admittt•drigl(ingthe11traightcon m~·t.11ayinl{ht'diditoutofdeaper abun as resident.s had bttn with o Jt watt'r for ovcra w{'('k. The ten ants, manal(t"r and ownerofth1• popcrty all claimed to havc no knnwlerl c .,f the illegally in .g[lt"ll wter before being m· formt'dofithyth1·w11t1•rcumpany At th1· hmr thf' w111t·r wa11 ille­lflllly timnt-.;1.1-d. tht• hu1ldm1C·• n-11id1•nt>< indud1•d ut It t tw<' PWAs and• m· pre11:mrnl woman 1.(•nanl>I elu1nwd The mann11t~ m1•nt pro"id1·d i-tu·h unit with o twoanduhull11allonbottlt·ufwa· t1•r1md 11 r1•nt rNluC'linnofSJ.50 1wr dav llJI 1·om111•11satiun, thl"Y 11aid_ Tht·y w1•n· told thl'y c"uld 11hnw(•rm11nnl>t'nunitata11i111cr t·omplu.1•il(hthr)rks 1y,ny Angry t1·nant.I! "rii:aniwd a mCt-tin" with th~ orol)f"rty 011 own tor l'h SI NTd r11nA tr Rick Godby, onThun.dn)'.July 27 tuprotet1tconditiom1thert•. lnad dition tu the lack ofwatt•r. 1hey C'ompl11inedofl!l('Vt·ralotherprnh­kmH, thorginl{theoperator11with ,-iolatiuns ranging from unfair t•\·it1iunll. un11anitary living con dition11 and hara111<ment to di11- criminotion against y,omen and blad~ .... 'ldun'tl1•tpt~1plt•l(t'tintumefor 11lotofn•nt ... l t'an·1.rentingbythe wt1·k:' Slu11ht·rnt the mttting Jnall•lt•11hon1·intcrview Fridoy. July it!. Slu11ht·r11aid that a partial paymmt on the water bill had l~t·n mad1·11mti:thtservicewas di>1et>nn1-.;·tt-d, and that he under ~to1>CI the wall·r ,,.,.,. IO he turned bru:kon Th1·n.ht-1aid, hedi11co\ t·rrd the $:1.IMKI cht'<:k Wall "'re-fused"' and rt-tume<I b~- the water ti•mpany. althou11h he did not knuw y,hy Gilham oril(mally said the utili I}' wa11 l"\'fu11m11: parliol payment bc<.·a1,1llt" tht· 1•11rlit-r check for $.'i.Omon thf>.$ii.OllOb1ll w11.11re- The tenants 11aid they were tnld by thc manafu·mtont 1hat lht"<·om plt•x. which rentll units by tht· wa·kormonth.wllllopt·ratedo11a hotel mott'i and thereforc W'Bll not bound b)- apartment mdu>1try polic • 1>11 e,·ktion11. llowt·\er. lhepri:opertydoet1no1quali~·asa rnott'iunderther1"Kulati••n11of1he lfoulllon Hotel M .. tel A--....·ia 1urn..d for m11uffk1t·nt fund.II. The lion. which requirt"potiting ufa Ii watt-r cump11ny'11 pohcy on NSF :!:l~t)~~ai;ia;~ddr;,';' ;~~t'll::~a~~;: ~=l~-~.~s t~~ rt:111ut::::ra~mr:~o~ markinl( all fire f'Xil>I. Also, hotl'l l<l•T\lll"t•. Th;· balance for the prop­muu ·I operal<ll'll an• rt"quired to t'Tly, r1·g111tt·rt-d with the utility OJI pay 1111 occupu.m-y t.ax to th~· State ( 'ht'llU r l'lnt't' II, 11U1<>CI at $9.:H 7 Ct•nt1'.11ler'11 office. whiC'h ll('('l>td th111 Wt>i.·k. induding t·har11e. for ing to on cxt't'Utin a1J11istant ot tht illegally in11t1dlt-d meter and theHllMAhodnotbt'<•npaidfor n•turnt-dchcck. the Hyde Pork prol>t'rtY 1111 of An in\ll'lltil(ation by the Mon Man·h :11 tro1•t' \'mrr latt·r rr"ealed that the Slu11her denied knowledgc of C'hl'<'k had nut bounn-d. but pay an)· hare.JU<ment or diticrimina ment on It wa11 Rtupped at the t1un.in11i11ting-thequC><tionedt-vic bank. Thi• l'he<:k Willi drawn on tinns 11t.cmmt'd from non-payment Slusher·11 prnmnal aCC'<>UOI, ac of Tt'OI or duiturbam'N on the cordingtuthe,,.·aterdt>partmenfs pmperty et•llt'\1wnoffitY Voice. Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your seNice, garage sole, house for rent, or just about anything, coll 529-8490. The Montrose Voice Texas activists discuss rights climate, strategy FBI seeks help on an elusive fugitive Act1vi111.>< r,._,m llou11tun. Au11tm. Uatla11,andSnnAntoniom1-tatan informal "lt-adersh1p «inft-rcnn•' la11twttkend,July2!l·:i()mAu11tin Theml't'tingwucalled1'1gent·ratt• discu11111on of the 8\att>widt· l(IW right11 agendo m rt'IJpun11etu tht· homu11huhic action" of the state l.A"l{islow reduringthela11tl1•gi11la tive lll'l:lll ion. ncfording tu Eul{t'OC Hanington. 0111• of t"''O lfou11ton portidpunu.,whoah1oht-lpedtoor­ganizt' the confon·nce. About :L'"1 peoplt·attt'ndt·d 1 .. u ... di..c.·u1<11t'd included rt>­sponding t" the lr1C111lati•·t" cha] lcnge.;enhamin1Ciroyandle.ohian vit1ibili1y and 1maf{t.particularh' thruughthemt'dia;andd.-•·rlupmj[ a 11tatewidt' ur1rnnizat1onal pUm forgayngh1.t1art1v1tie.,acrordinir toRa)·Hill.th.-otherllout1ll•npar t1cipantinthetimfortonCl'.AmCt-t ing will hi• ht>ld m Hou11ton thi The most intensely-read publication in Montrose-­every Friday The Montrose Voice mr 1tl o addre political priori t11· 1f1helrl(Uilati\leresponae.Hill 11a1d. The defeat of Rep. Brad Wril(hti11rxpectt'dtol(et11~iolot tt'ntiun ht-re. ht11oid l'h1·at·t1vL~t><olsodi11cus11t-d~p­ur11ting Arns lobbying from leflbi an iCUYri1Cht11lobbying. Thegroup d1-.;·idt-d thert• wu no reH1K1nable wny the two Ui11ue11 could be sepn ratt-d.llillaaid (ltht>rtopil'llOtthtconftrencein cludedwhatHarringtoncalledtht· ""1<m11and ch011m11°' in the gay com munityandTexB11'participationin the plannrd National Coming Out lloy. Trxas Human Right.I! Foun dati••noffcredtoprovidt"t;ttdmon f'ytuaetupamechanii;mfordeal inK with the "ism11"-llt'xi11m. ra cism. ahl.-il<m. agt"ilim and llUOO­and the "chlll:!ms:· difference11 in appr .. ach among Je.bian gay rijl:hU activist.. Tht-Ft><lt lim·a1 oflnH.., jl"O· Lluni 111 inf ' 11t1 .. non1h1• when·nbouts ol a man.11a1d tube hillt·xual.wh<>h1U1rvudedpro11c.:·u tion form1.1rdt-t1nt ... -(•lltat111.Tht FBI l11·1it•\lt•sht·111n1rrrntlyrt"llid­inl( m11prt'<lominuntl)·g11ynei11h borh<111<I inuc11 withulargi•gay communit\ John l\1·lly(i1·ntry,Jr.,:lli,i" "''11nkdinMonr<1t•Cnunty.M1t·h .• and Tol1•dn. Ohw. for murder. Tht• Hlnyinl(• of B11rh11n1 Elaine (;t'rl11·r of ll11·rfit•ld. ~fa·h. und Willi11m\'1•ithofTolE'<iohiJthl<><•k pl111~· in April. 1!11':\ (ientr.\ lir111 rJ1m1·U1the111ti·n· twn of the Tuledo l'oht~· lit-part m1·nt on A11nl ;.:.:,_ 1~111.?, wht'n he wa" arr1•tM mi !dun•· llAllault harl(tw m lht·stranl(h~gut Rob­ert t:U.. ... urth. desc·rib..-d h FBI •our('t'll u o former lunor: t-:11... worth1Un.1\'..dtheatt1Kk.andun ~·pi. l, 191:12 (:t'ntl)· was found guilty and 11enten1 tu so: mcmth11 m h I. a11C-omt•·Jail. Toledo. Wh 1i ·nten< tho FBI _jd, Gentry mt>I and he fnt>nd1·d Grrber. a ci\·ilian C'1K>k who worked at the jail. After h111 relt-ase. Gentry rt-11idt'<lalt1•rn11tt­l: r with Gerber in Monrot', MiC'h and with a gay man. William \'t'ith. 111 Toledo. Gentry commut ed betw{'('n th(· two r('llidcnC't.'s. On April l'l. 19!\:l, Gcrher"11 nude body wa11 discovered hy Michigan Sheriffs Office dt·pu tit•Ratherhomf>in Ut't."rfield. Ht·r throathadbttnsluhedandtht ifWI it·t11 on her 11tun• had ht'<·n tumedon.Acundl('hadhet_.nklt burningU1 iicnitt-thego11, but po 1iCT11aid thecandlt burnt'ddown b..•fore the fumes could i11mte Gcrber'11autumobilewosfoundin Tolt-dothe11omeday AttempU11'•locateGt"ntryy,1·r1• ne11ath·(·. and pobct' mitiatt-d a sun·eillanCt' at William \'enh's hnmeon Wnrthinl(ton ~ll'l'et and at hu1 bu,.,ineaa,a Tai"\' cClm 11torc On April l;L a 11earc·hofthf> bu>11 n1•sledtothf>discnwryuf\'t1th'1 bod\ in the ba.1 ... m1·nt of the 11U•k llt-had~·nbludKe>nedtod1·ath FBl1•k><>lllt1Jl{urJ,,hn liell1>)·G•·n tr_, Jr.36 with tht·hluntend o!an ax On Apnl :ffi. a ,,.·arrant was U.· 1utod hy tht·TPIJ forGentry'11ar r111t un t'h"'rl(ea of murdt>rmg \'Nth. OnMa\·5. IYK;J.thcl.ucall County, Ohi" l'roM<"u\or's Office rtqu,.,.tNl!ederalu-i11tanCt'tolo­'' llte(ientl)' On Mii_\' fi. !\IX:' a federal war rant nod c-•mplamt wa11 i11>1ued charl(ing G1 111, ,,.·1th unlawful flight t" aw.d pr<>tLft'Jtmn for murder. The Mn1m..- County. Mich Sheriff• Olli•·(' usiiue<I a warrant for Gentry's arr1111 on Junc 7, 1%8, t·harging him ,,.·ith Gerbtr'• murder. John Kt•lly (;(•ntry, Jr .. i11 de­srrib...- d 011 a whitt• malf>. about fivefet•t1<1•vt-ninC'h••tall.wit h o medium fomplt·xion, blat"k hair and brown t·yH. llt wt·i11hs ob<lut 160 pounds, w1·11n1 thi1·k prt·11Cri11" tion g)a.s;;u, and ha11 a cirt·ular burn111·aron h111 lefttlhi1w:11Car11 on hi.s lt>lt wri11tondtht•mitial11 1,('J"hurno:>dintohisupperleft arm. lit· has workt'd a" a landacapn and 111 bche\-e<I to practiet'the0t·t·ultandw1tchcraft lfr ha11 us1...J thr aha111·s William Vt"ith. !\uni( Fu and Jim. Tht' la11t known contact from (;ton try wall a postcard 11enl to hillfather,dato.-d Ma>·7,rn11-·1,fruml.A>eAn11:elm. Anyom· wuh mformatmn ahout Gentry'l'whnt-ahotitio111a11kt'dw contat'I the FBI offo·, ·in Houston ~~~'titi Republicans lambaste those unwilling to cut arts funds Hy CUFF O"NEi i.i. H·" 1111.~••'l'klll't.\'u1n: from tht• 1'iEA hud111'1 The t'Ut WRll tht· t'Xlld. emnunt the NEA WASHINGTON-The National spent on two c-ontrovenLiol pro· Repuhlicon Cungrl'fl.llional Cum- je<·t11. Tht· '"ofttn11ivt· · exhibilll mitteehWI launched a campaign havt•r1-c1•ntly ht·t·n th1•11ub;1-.;·tof tu di111·rcdit lkmocratic membeni Clml{rt'allional dd1ate ofthrC S Housewhowereunwill ing to puni11h the National En dowment for thl' ArUI for fundinjl: projel'I.• that allegt'dly were 'offt-n11i\·e to million• ufAmeri cans. The :\"RC'C is sending preu tt­lee11e11 U1 the home dii!tricta of~ lfol!llol' membeni in reeponae to a July 12 vote m which :l:J2 Houllt' mt"Il"beR \·oted to stnp $45.000 The proj1><'Uundt·rattackwt're alow-lt-vrl11:ranttoart111tAndre11 Serrano. "ho 1·rf>ated a depi<·tion of a crucifix in a h<•ttleuftht•art i11t'11 urint. htled "Pillll ChriMt.' and anotht>r granl tu a l'hiladc ph1a mullt'um allow1n11 forana Uonal tulir of !h(• work of cntica]ly accla1ml'd lftlY photo11:rapht-r Rob­er t Mapp let ho r pt" MapplethurJ)f''I work included 81'\lt>ra[ explicit homc>t'rutic and 11adomaeochistic imogl'IL among many more tradit ional pho1'>­graph11. As part of the controveray whichhtu1hovert'do\·t-r Woshing ton all summer. Rep. Richard Artnc)· IR-Arlington, Tx.), a cen tral figun> in the anti-N~:A movemenl. introduced an amend mt-nt to cut fundingfromtheNF;A budl{et 811 puni11hment for •ubsi dizinjl: the two projecu with ft'der al funds cOther amendmt'ntll, 11ttkin11 to drop the NEA budjl:et entirely and to cut it by ten and five percent wer1•defcatedt"arlit•r). Thi• nmendment cutting the S·ffi.OIMI pa11~!'d ;J.'.l'l-94. with 86 Democratsandl'lghtRepublicons \lotingnl(Oinst the budget cut The N RCC preu reltase.. al ready11enttotht>districtsof22 Hou11t· members in moreconaervo uve di11trit1.8, art· wntten ao the namt·t of member• and their home 11tate1 may be e811ily changed Rep. Jack BrookR (D Beaumont. l'l!.I. a conservati\·e Democrat. Will one of the first HouM memberatargt"ted by one of thepre,;srelca;w h1•adlint'd1noll capitolltttt-ni:"Hroukavot.c11mfa voroff!'derally11ubot1dize<lobl!Cf'n 1ty'.' "Congrl•ssman Jock Brooks let down the pe-ople of TexHll today when hc vott'd to how CungTeea supportsexitallyexplidtandanti religi<>us wurk11 of art that are offen11ive tu milliona of Ameri can11, l\RCC co-Chairman Ed RollilUl charj[ed today; the preM release11t.ate<I !\one of the eight Republican Hol!llol' membera voting against cutting the funds wett on the NRCC 'hit illt: 2 MONTROSE VOICE I FRIDAY. AUGUST-" 1989 The Montrose Voice HUuSTON TEICA~ .S$UE•!>ll FRIDAY AUGUST ' · •911 Pub!',',.~Frideys !tommu11il\! }Jubli•~iug!tompanll -"08Avondele Houston. TX 77006 Phone {713) 529-8490 Coo1tnlll:OPy"ll"111lM Office h~~r_s_~m-~ HenfyMcC!urg­Sntrt• CohenDl!DQl'l,,.tdo'°' S~'PFtik"-•O""'•"'""- A•Cl>~:::.:;..~!t,~ 11,_y SU8SCAIPT1JNS 1131 ~29-9'<90 AOVEAT1S1NGSALESOEPAAHll[Nl 1131 ~29-6t'll0 ...,,.,M.,1!10llu>O-·-o- I oaW ..a •ScM~t' .O.. -t"•·,..·.••­- ~!:.!:'~~-,;:---1 --•-oulO,,V<IOtO<•-* S ~;.:~~;~~;I ::"!~:--"lip>"- { -.....'.."....- _·_"_- 1·••- - ...._ ........... __ ,_ ._ ... ,, ~ .- . ..... -·...-...... ._ -.. .. · .. ~~"'-:·--:--· ;Jln Ja:lemorg @f ..• -HARVEY ROBBINS Harvey Robbins. 47, of Hous­ton, died July 28, 1989. Har­vey was born in Philadelphia, Penn., August 3, 1941. He had many friends in Houston and was very active in his ca­reer as a hairdresser. He is survived by his mother. Gladys Wohl, Pembroke Park, Florida, brothers; Lance Robbins of Miami, Fla., Richard Robbins, Miramar, Fla., sisters; Maxine and Natalie, both al Florida He is also survived by many good friends in Houston in· eluding Bobby Durkin for­merly al Houston, and now of Philadelphia, Pa. Harvey was taken back to his home for burial in Philadelphia. For additional information, call George H. Lewis & Sons, 1010 Bering Dr., Houston (713) 789·3005. Casting About There were diecu .. ion• recently about Marlon Brando goin1 to Broadway to pl•y Bia D•ddy oppo­site Kathleen Turner'• Maggie in • f'l'Vlval of Tenneaee William•'• ''C•t on• Hot Tin Roof." aocording IP the New York PoaL But Brando declined after deciding that daily performance. would be too rigor· qui. The POlt taid Jame. Earl -lo nee aleo haa turned down the role Qecause he felt Turner'• preeence would be ton dominant Audrey Hepburn hujoined Rich trd Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter and John Goodman in the cast of the ~teven Spielberg film '"Alway1:· It'• 41 contemporary love atory 1et again1tthebackgroundoffighting forest fire• '"In Country;' the Nojman .Jewieon movie starring Bruce Willi1 a1 a Vietnam veteran and Emilu Lloyd u hi• niece in rural Kentucky, will make ii.I debut Sept 1 at a Toronto film feetival ! Comedian t:layne BoOller will aoon start filming'"Queen ofClube." ~he'111ereenwriter. director and star +fthefilm We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice 'Right Thing' Spike Lee's best yet By STEVE WARREN Montru.e \"01~ film entic In "DotheRightThing .. SpikeUr<­bnngs lO life a block of his Bed­ford ·Stuyvesanl neighborhood peooplt'dwithavarietyofinWrest· ing characters representing fi\-e ethnic groups and three genera tions. Hecut.sbetweenthemand hnstheminteractmdifferentcon figurations until they come to­gether in a violentclimax:struc· turally the film is similar to Rob­ert Altman·s ··Nashville'" After what looks like an exercise video behind theopeningcredil.8. 1he ~tory begins with an echo of the ·Wake up:'" cry that ended Lee's last film. the messy and muddled "'School Daze:· Thia ume 1t"11 ~·oi..-ed by the neighborhood d.j. ' Miswr Senor Love Daddy' cSam Jacklion). who maintain11 a running rommentary, eomewhat like Wolfman Jack in ":American Graffiti: (Wolfman Black?) The center of the action is Sal"i; Famou1 Pinena. which Sal cDan nyA1el10Jh1sbeenrunningfor25 years as black11 and Puerto Rican11 mo\'ed into the neighborhood and Italian-Americans moved out MOlitofthelocal kids were raised onhi1pina,aswerehiaownson11, the benevolent Vito (Hichard Ed1on)and thl'angryPino(John Turturro) brothers up on the wall?" When Sal finally throws him out he trieti w orgamze a boycon. but get11 lit tie 1;uppon. Another malcontent i11 Radio Rahttm (Bill l'\unn), wh011e ghetto blastn is larger than my office. He resenl.I being asked to turnitdownin1<ideSal's. Mookie(SpikeUr<-ldelivenipiz zas for Sal, goofing off a lot but es i;entially taking pride in working for a living He li\'eS m011tly with hi~ sister (Joie Ur<-). even though he has a lover (Rosie Perez) and i;on down the street When the lt"1 the hottest day of the year. shrill Perez gets on hi11 ca11e it be thekmdofdaywhensimplemi~ comet1 ob\·iou~ why he doesn"t undenitandtnl{S can t'llCalate out hang around of control. Buggin Out !Giancarlo Among the local characteni arl' Espo.ito). the local militant with 11emi-dignified drunk Da Mayor more pnnc1plet1 than braim1. bugs tOsine Dans I and the woman hl' Sal about the Italian-Americans wanti; to get dose to. Mother 8is· wh1*' photoa gra« hiM ·wall of t1:r1Huby D"l°I. whospend1;allher Fame· ·110"" t~•me tht•rt• ain"t no time watching the neighborhood fromher"ind<>" It11icr1:attol!ee Dee and i)a\'ill. tht· eld1:r 11ta1.e11Wupl1:''oftheblackacting community. m roleo; almot11 worthy ofth1:ir tali•nt A1rioofmiddle·agt'dhlackml·n s1t aruund s1gnif~·in1[-or whatev erit"a..-alll'l'.lthl·111:day11c'You"reJO cents away from ha\·ing n quar· ter"°l.1'woofthemcom11lainnbout th!° hard-working Kort>an family 1hal"1rnadeaHuN·u11ofthemar kHaCT(»1Mth1•stn>\·twhiletheyha thought. selling photoa ofMartm Lu1her King, Ji:: and Malcolm X, whose contradictory phil01:1ophiN i.end the audience out with 90me­thing to talk about Rad al tensioruJ are never not in evidence. but at midpomt Lee pre­views the expl01;ion to come by having a member of each group deliver a diatribe again1t one of theothersdirectlytotheaudience Lo\'e Daddy interrupts to call a time-outandaskeveryonetochill ven"t at·hil'vtod anything by sit A consi~tent edge of stylization ting on th1•ir aSl<u. Tht· third throughout excuset1 the low-budg ~hn'et Uitk WilhetHohm llnrri11f. etlookofthedimacucriot.though h11M11omeofthl•movi1•"11bei<1lmt'>I. not Mother Sister'• confuiied 1;uch a11 ··It Mike TyMm even reactions to it. You ..-an find minor dream ofwhul'rin· my ll1<>; h1• bet· flaws throughout "Do the Right ter wakt· up 11nd apolo![iZl' Thing ... but they"re not enough to Through It all wanders keepitfrombeingamaJorsucte.ia. stammering 'Hmile~· 1Hoger Lee"~ be~t film to date and the Guenv1:ur Hmithl "h•llN brain mo:;t exciting piece of cinema 80 Crl('t! "On-rl<HJ(l' nt a ingle forthisyear. 'Weekend at Bernie's' old-style summer movie 13y STEVE WARREN Montroee VoiC'f' film cnuc The trouble with Bernie is he's dead, but Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman don't want W let it 11poil their "Wttkend at Bernie's;' in Ted Kotc:hefrs 11illy but 11uccessful attempt to provide what the overproduced summer blockbusters lack-"light" enter There are enough gay and gay· acting people on Long Island in this movie-even one lesbian among the beach bunnies-that you'll wonder who'1 minding Fire l1land thi1 summer.: The maincharacter1,ofcour1e, are heterOl«!llual, if not downright homophobic. They're an odd cou· pie of buddies who work together at an insurance company. Rich­ard (Silverman) is punctual, fu· tidious and shyly romantic (with Catherine Mary Stewart the ob­ject of his affection); Larry (Mc· Carthy) ie cuual, confident and constantly horny Due to R1chard'1 diligence they di.scover a $2 million error on the firm'• bookt. Their boH. Bernie (Terry Kiaer), offer• to reward them with a weekend at his house in the Hampton•. Bernie wa1 ac· tuallyatealingfromthecompany, andheorder1ahitontheguy1.ln a ··11eather1"·like touch, Bernie, tomake itlooklikeamurder-aui cide, prepa.ree a note in Larry's name, eit:plaining that he and Richard were lover1 and Larry wanted• Hx.change operation "If• not bad enough he'• trying to kill u1;· Larry Hy• when he find• out, "but now he·1 turning me into• drag quttn!" lt'1 not my favorite hne in the movie A mob boll Berme Willi mixed up with changn the hit order from Larry and Richard to Bernie himself, 10 by the lime the guy1 reach hi1 houae he'1 already ".~09'"TUC.TM•"° H Andreu: McCarthy fr!, Jonathan S1foerman (// 1tar m Wtekend al &r me"•"' along u·1th Terry K1lf'r (cj u·hop/ay• the dead Bernie dead. Not wanting to spoil the weekend, they don't report the death immediately, and when Bernie's party·animal friends ar· rive they don't notice anything wrong From then on it's juet a matter of seeing how thin the gag can be stretched and how many ridicu lous things can happen to Ber· nie's corpse. It's not exactly du· sic comedy. but it'1 pretty well ex ecuted, with Ki11er doing an excel lent job of acting dead-or if they used • dummy, it doet an excel lent job of looking like it wa1once alive ··weekend at Bernie'•" i1 what summer movif!fl used to be like be­fore the high·priced fantuiea took o,·er-aomething to relax with when you want to get out of the sun for• coupleofhour1. It wouldn't be a big deal, except there'• nothing el11e like it thil Mass gay wedding planned in Copenhagen By REX WOCKNER nJRTHEMOl'"TltOilEVOICE Al many 111100 gay and le.biancou· plea maytumupattheCopenha­gen, Denmark mayor'• offiOI! Oct. I lOget married. That'• the day• new law 1.aka effect maltin1 Denmark thefintnationintheworldtogrant rullequalri1h1.1tohomQ1U.ual1- includingtherighttomarry '"ltwillbeamajorweddingwith1 large reception here m our care:' •aid Dorthe Jacob1en of Land1foreningen For Boa.er Oi Leabi1kt. the National Danilh Or ganization forGay1and Leabian1 '"Wedon•tknowwhatitwillbehke c c L u E B N B T 0 E D y R becauaetherule.aren't made yet butweeiipectittobeperformedthe 1amewayHacivil marriage~' Attheaonterorthema .. wedding will be74yearoldAxelAxgiland hi167yearold\overof40year1Eigil Axgil. Axelw8llthtfin11tper1onto publicly come out of the dOHt in Denmark in 1948. He W8ll fired the verynutdayfromhi1jobuanac­counl. 8nt man auto body 1hop in Denmark"• thnd·largut city, A1lborg •·weha\'ebeentogether40ye!lnll andinallth~40year1wewere waning for thi1 1itua1ion: aaid Ei1il. "Now we find we are ae good uallotherpeop]e.Weareveryglad wecandothia'" The two men adopted the 1&me la1t name in 1955."' :Axgil"" ii the finit two lettenof Axel'• fint name andthelaatthreeletteniofmyfir1t name:"Eigileaid.'"Wewantedtotell allpeoplethatwewereacouple .. Be!w·een now and October, Daniah ectivisl.lplantocontinueworkona •n•a in the new law which prevenl.I gay1 and lesbian• from adoptmg children lnwithholdingthatright.author­itiea argued that all adopted bebies in Oirnmark come from Third World n1tion1 that would not approve of placementwithhomo ... xual1. But Jacob.en 1t1y• the illlue u tend1 beyond foreign babie. to childrenfrompr.!viou1heteroaexual relation1hiPJ1 and children that gay and lubien couple. concewe through non-traditional mean•. Wemaygetthi19':ilved;"1he1aid "lt"11mpon.nt bec1uMofchildren you could call your own. Gay and le.bian pa.rlnl'rl 1hould be able to adopteachother"1children The only other ~nag in the new law prevenl.I gay• and leab1ana from hiving chureh weddinp in the 1tate Lutheran chun::h. Jacob.en IBY• re\igiou• authoritiea "are .irongly again•f' the new law and thatactivi1t.1wil\notpur1uethe matter forthetimebein1 Civil weddinp in Denmark are le­ially identical to thoee conducted in churche.. Gay and labian sctivi1t.1 in Swe­den and Norway have announctd plan1todeacx-ndonCopenhagenon Oct. 1 tojoin theDaneain theiraole­bration And Swedi•h authoritiaauex pret11ing an intere1t in following Dirnmark"• lead in pennittmg gay fAIDAV. AUGUST' 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 3 House committee kills survey of sexual practices All Bills Paid Owner Managed By CUFF O'r\nLL 1utt broughl t.o bear by right wmg l"OllTtltMu~ncu·•c\11 t- advocateeh .. ledmoet.ifnotall.of WASHINGTON-Tht Hou!M' Ap- them to decline to be identified u propnatio~ Comm1tttt killed all 11upport.en funding for a fedttal 11urvey mto the Dannemeytt and Helme ha~·e eu1,u1.l pract1CM of American adull.a mamta1ned that the survey ia a n.uie mtl'ndl'd lo irva51e the pattema of bythe"militanthomoeexuallobby" AIDS tran11m111111on and ehm11111ted to felsely innat.e the numben of gay allfund11pec1ficallyearmarkedfor andlesbianAmerican1 sin« they AIDS ret1earch m their final rom cont.end. non-gays wou 0 ld rd~se to mmeereport,relea.st<!July2.'> an1wer questions about their sex In partiNlarly har1h word~. tht h11e11. Other critics of the 1urvey committee reporhtated thauhuur have 1ugge11ted that the re.ul!JI of veyurprilled iteown backe111.and the 111rvey would be the oppo11ite. the languaire with which it WH re- with mOflt gay and le!!bian people buked11tunnedeventhemOt1t)>l'tllli dl.'Clining to answer the queationa m11t1cofthe.iudy'1proponenu trulhfolly " I gueu I cannot 11ay that I am Levi dismissed these concern•. •hocked that themoneylforthe1ur 11aying_ "I don•t think thaf1 the ia­vey) wH taken out-." 11l8ted outgoing sueathand ... thedetailsonwhether National Gay and le11brnn Tuk ornotthi1i11goingtobeangoodeu1' Forao Executive 1)1rector Jeff Levi. vey. becau11e it wu not rejected on ··But the manner it WH taken out 11.B merits. It wa11 rejected on 1ts sub­wu appalling Thi11 kind ofrE11earch ject mattl'f'" i.1 entirely appropriatt' for the feder Bill Bailey. AIDS policy adv1110r al government to ~upp<>rt. The breed1h of the langua11e i.I 11<1me-what bttathtak1n1( Jo'und11 fora pttliminary1urvt>y, which wu pttv1ou11ly appro~·ed by Congress,haveforM'Veralmontha beenundergoingreviewbyW'·eral brlllnchet nf the lkpartment of Health and Human !Wrv1ct11 afltt HHS 11ecretary Ut Lou111 W :iullivan ~totaketheaurveyunderre­viewin mid-1pring.Sullivanunder tooktheprojecttotaketheheatoff o!Office of Management and Budg· et'1Richard Darman. who had come under immenu pretaure from right wing membermofCongretaSen.Jea ae Helm1 (RN .C.J and Rep_ William D1nnemeyer{R.-Fullerton,Calif.), whovocallyopJ)Ollethe1urvey for the Amencan Paycho\ngi.-al A. l!Ociauon1ndpro.1un·e)- pomt~ 1on.waadeva1tatedbyth•n>mmit tee report, but i.l "cautinudly opli milluc·· that the lloul!f''I action could bechan11:ed bytheS..nate "We thinkth1• i•adeva.tating blow to rurthnmg th• pl't'vention and epidemiology re.ear<'h effort that ii 90Vlla1 to effectively addre1111 ing AIDS;' 1t.ated Bailey. ··we now havt'a hoatofout.111dt'advi1ory a11enciea ... for th~ llou11e Appropria tion1Committt'e to take thie bald moveandcav•intotheproponen!JJ ofrightwing ... effo1Uia11dieturbing development" Pro-aurvey force11 have now turned their attention to lobbying member11 of the &matt' Labor. Health and Human !Wrvicee Sub­comm1tttt to have them reinatate thefund11forthe1111rvey,1>ratlf'aat eliminate thf' har11h report Ian 1uagt', which they contend could have far-reaching impact on 1ny go~·ernment funded rl'fll'arch m vo[,·mg questioning individual11 about lheirl!f's lives Anotherart'aofconcernforAIDS act1vi111JJinthecommittttn>portia the AIDS funding proposal11. which, forthefirsttim•,donotepecifically 11eta11ideanyfund1forretearch The bill in11tead allow1allttaearch fundingtobedecidedbyofficial1at the National l nstitutea for Health. whichoouldopttou11ethefundafor reaearchintodiseaae1otherth11n AIDS ''Theexactamountlhati111pent on Al DS will depend on how well grantpropo11alewilldo intheoom petitive pro<'f'llli which, in aome of the ret1earch institutea, is likely to retult in very strong preuurefora decrease m AIDS 11pending;' atated Human RighaCampaign Fund lob­byi1t Steve Smith. •· 1th11.1eetupa 11trongcompetition fordolla111 that Theatudy,whichwa1tohavebeen conductedbytheNationalln1titute on Child Health and Human Devel­opment h .. beenaingledoutbythe General Accountin(I'. Office. the Preiaidenu Comm1uion on the HIV Epidemicandah01tofotherfederal healtha&'encietlllndgroul)llaavita\ to determining the fututt ap!'ffd of AIDS 1ndwhat1tel)llmuttbetaken tocontrolit While privately. Public Healthofficial11rettportedu1ul>' porting th• 1urVt"y. poliucal pre. "~ SENATOR HELMS, THAT'S NOT A MAPPf-£7l(ORPE - 1flA1'5 A MIRROR.'" prev1ou1lyhadbeenearmarkedfor AIDS" NIH nonnallyapendlmoetofita budget throu1h granta tottllellrch t'ra, moatly from univenJitiN GrantaattKl'nerallyawardedbybe­in1 referred for peer ttvif'W where theyare ... ei11hedontheirlK'ientific merit Earmarking certain dolla111 forA IDSttllf'archlfuaranteeethata 11pecific amount of thOlle NIH dol· Iara att apent on AIDS reaearch W1ththelloult'action, there would nowbeno1uchguarantee "1'hcretearchenwhogetthebellt irradet1inthi11pn)Cfll11maybepeople whohave1Ubmittedpropo11alstodo AIDSTNearchandmaybenot,"add· ed Smith. "Therei1nocontro\aeto what reeearchera att 11oin11" to re­. earch" The Hou.e meuure thueby di• tolU the total Sl.6 billion figure the budlj"et hu .et uidf' for all AIUS program11. amcel'Hf'~hdollani-a 11maller portion oflh• figure-could fallwayahortofthemark Activiata ha\·• cited preuure from rese~hera m areaa other than AIDS re&earch. u ... ell u 1number of hl&'hly publicized new• atoria about AIDS re&earch outapendmg canCft" l'Ht'arch .... -ith theun..xpect edHoullt'action Mt•ortunatelytht"Hou!M'lllnotthe only ch11mber ofCongTetlll:· stated Ltvi ... The total amount (1pent on AIDS) 11 not the problem. W• knew for• whilenowwewouldonly&'et Sl.6billion. Thettfullll to11epar1te it-to1peci(yhowmuchwillbe110- 1ng to AIDS retlf'~h-ila problem lt1etaupdi1e11.1egroul)lltofightone another in a way that we haven't hadtodointhepaatandi1nothelp­fulforany biomedical reaearch A1withthe19ex1urvey,hopesfor 1pecificAIO.Srett'arch funding are nowbeingpinnedontheSenateap­propriation• aubcomm1ttee where, now knowmg what 11 m 1he bill, AIDS activi1ta will battle for fund& 1pecifically earmarked for AIDS re- 1earch The Labor HHS Appropriationll Billi1eettobf'votedonintheHou8" m early Augull. Senou1 Senate ac­uon 11 notacheduledtobeginunt.il Seplt'mber. Access Gates Being Installed! Convenient to: Bus line Shopping Hospitals Come See The New ... ~ QREENWAY PLACE 3333Cummms 613-1034 ARTIST WAMTED A New Gallery Wrll Se Opening Soon. Saleable Pieces Are Being Sought. • P>"'""ll • Dnw"'S' • S<:~lp•~ ... • jewelry Concoct Croigot861-9303 We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice PWA elected to join AIDS Alliance board BETTER LAUJilS & ~ARDEilS ln•eped.alelectk>n Monday.July31. r.t the Met.rop:illtan MulU Purpoee Clint.er, Don Kelalerwu n&mad. toslt 1;111theboardofcllrectoraottheOrar.t­er HOUiton AIDS AlllarlOe. The Alli anoe had called for an elflOUon to pl&ol a pereon with AJDEI on the bot.rd In response to CrltJclam that the PWA perapect.lve oould. not be properly represented without an at­lllrge PWA <llrflotor "I bel~ I oan beat represent "PWAJJ ln HOUBtOn becll.u8e I am one:· Kalaleraa1.c1.··1undllratandthlllr Meda.!ealtngaanclvilrwp::llntelnthe U9l8ofhealthoa.r1.wppon.anclln <ill.ling wtth lnstltutlona, orp.nlza..­UOn8. aru:t10V9nunantal&genctee. 1 th1nk I OIJl give aome good f-iback. oncl. highlllt number of VOtee. la the on wh.r.t la needed: he said. alternate bot.rd member K8181er hopes that. by work.Ing wtth theAlll.anoe and.report­ing to them the &ralM:I that. need Improvement trom the PWA pel'8peCIJve, he oan help make BOme neoeaeary Im provementa "It'it.akenBOmeumeforthfl llontrou Bol&hbor­hood ctt,yto~(thekleaof)a l vent1 PWA on the board of the Alli anoe: K8181er ea.Id. "WI.th me Jemn Palmqulet., «en· aral manager ofKl'FT 90.l "'· has &n· nounced. eever•l 'th"e" "st"at'i"on". "T-h"e Paclfl.ca fl'ound.alJon Boa.rd.of01rector9h ecutlve Committee ~:a~ ~=-~::J·i,! SubllcrlpUona Director Mary Helm oounted for. and. at the a&me tlml let. M&n:t:.cher to a.Jl the poalUon of the C1l.y knQW what our nead8 are~ general manager following aw Keller. who received. thfl flflO. Palmquist:a d8p&rt.ure on Aug 18 Edward. McOoodwtn will beooma lntertm sub8cr1pUona cllrector. O&r­land Ganter has been n&mad. pro. gram d.1rector. and. Barbara E.nunan has bean appolntedcllrectoroft.ra1n­lng and. apeclal pl'Q)ecta M.erzbacher eerved. 88 KPPT 81.lbacrlpUona d.1r8ctor from August., 1986. She hoeted '"l'rllmc J&m" (Mondll,ye at 8:00 p.m.) ainoe 1988 and. was a Kl'P'I' volunteer &lnOe 1963 Prior to har employment at KJ'P'I: Merzbacharworkedaa&nao­IXlUlltanL She has 8Jl.tenstve axper1 ence In ftnanoe, lJ11ln841emant.. fund..rlJ.sing, marketing and VO!Wl teeroool'l11nlltion. Garland Ganter, Nl!Wll and pubUc atralr8d1rllctoraln0e19bruary,l986. h&8 been promoted. to progr.m dJ.reo­tor He eerved. u 11\tert.m progr&m di rectoralnoell&f'Ch_PrlortoKPnha worked r.t KRB!!. KIKK and KTRH He began h1a broldoutlng oareer at KAOC!nAlvln. !!dw&rd.Mo0ocxhirtnw1.ll-.une the poaltlon 16 Interim subecr1pUon8cl1recUlronAug 19 He has worked at KPFT u BUbecrlpttona asalatant ror two yflll.MI. Barbara Ent.man. h1n!KI. In April, 1989 88 de­velopment d.1rector. will head KPPT'a t.r&1nlngeft"ortaand.ooon:Unatepro. wcuon of sped.al progra.mming 88 -d.1rector of tnJn1ng and. spec1&I pro. Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape - Lawn Care - Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices The most Advertise In the Montrose Voice/ s23 .. LAWil in tensely-read publication in Montrose­every Friday The Montrose Voice Free Consultation on AIDS Related Matters Blair B. Brininger Attorney at Law 781-4255 not bd cerl te~ bd 1eg spec **************************** ! 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FRIO.AV AUGUST 4. 1989 Carole's a cook who can really dish Reader grateful for citizen's help By STEVE WARREN Montro»eV01Cl'filmmllc ~lfyou're half811funny on •t.11ge811 youlll't'atlunch:'ltoldCaroleCoolr. thel&11ttime11hewaain1San Fran ciKO."you'llbegreat'"lreminded her of that rr<:ently, adding, ':And you WERE half aa funny on 11taKe .. youwereulunch" Let'• facei1, I wouldn"t1alk that way to Helen Hayet; but Cook can t11keit-anddiahitout.too.Aict'nu inelyfunnylady,herrapid-lirecon vereationi1morehilariouathanan y wriU!rcan provide her with; but Hobert Harling h8JI come cl011e in .. Steel Magn0Ji113," the offBroad wayhit•he'abeentouringinainCl' doing the WeiitCO&llt premiere at the Paaadena Playhouee. One of thefunnieiithnml'veheardfroma •t.11Keinyear11i11her""lamnotcrazy I've ju1t been in a ··very"" bad mood for.Wye-an" Butiaittheline.<•rCook'1deliver y'! Halfway throu1h the•hnwlde-­cided ehe could be 1pea.lr.ing San •kntandl'd1tilllau1hatherinflec­tion1. "lliket-0thmk1t·aamamage­between the t,.·o:· 1he .. y11when I poH the qumlion ··1 turned down thepartatfir1tbecau..eldidn"t thmk1twHrightforme.butnow people1retellingmetht'yth1nkl'm jllllt being my~elf on 11ta1re-and that'tlhebeiitcomphmtntyoucan pay me .. I found out you can Ket away with murdt'r upthert'.and I \ovtit!" She al10 lovN her character. HC IY TE•EW~~ ..... inWatHollywoodand1apartofa ir">Upthatd<-anannualbenefit fnr AHJ!'i Project l.o9 AngelN We've done fl\'e of them. and rai.ed $75-100,000 each ~·ear. All they pay for •ourparlting" Jn "SteelMairnotuu1··coo1tha11a gay grand.on named !-it1••·e !Tll 1hmltofyoue>ieryt1mel menuon him:· promillffthialady whoi.lln't old enough to be my motherl,and howwefindouthe'1gaybrinpone of the play'• bill'llt'•l !aught. Be­cau11e of the play"11 M:n11itiv1ty to women I a1W1ume the playwright. Hobert Jlnrlinll'. ;., gay, and wik Cook if 11ht knowa whether he'• open about it- Shedoet<n"t. butthia lt•ad• to a d1..cu111ion of whether 1traight men can wr1tt good part.II for women. While1t"etruethatTen ne1111ee William• and the like have 11•·en1he1tal(em0fltofit111{Teather oinea, 1he n!N her friend OlJ\ler Hailey. ,.hoettateda rolem '"Fa· ther'1J)ay''forher.aaaneu-ept1un "The part waa baMd on me:· aht 11&)"&, ··which ill kindofin11ultmgif you knowthtpart-" It wa11 Hailey'• •Ulllft'lltion that It'd l'oult W do ""1""'8 l'p."" 11 one­,. ·om•n aho,. of pu1onal remini.llet"ncn of her Ab1leneTexa11 girlhood and early day• m 1hu" buMme911. ··ne 11&id. ·You·,·e got a book in you: and I &aid. 'That"swhy I walk funny One or<.:ook'• l:.t roln waa aa a 1Nb1an Conner actr- in the movie­for- televiaion ··in the GhtU!r Pal a«."" She"• full of bitchy ttoriN aboutwhat1hecalla"hairactreu­ea" ahe'• worked with, auth as Connie Steven• and the c11at of 'Charlie'1Anl{eh1 Prom RODNEY ZWlCKXR Agra&t"t.hankyou"againe:-out.to one of HOUIJIOn's tmeet ctuz.ene. Kl PllneyeWllllamll Letters to the Penn.ye. tormerl,y of the AIDS Troubl• FUnd. of HOUBt.on, was there (for me) whan noot.herper­aon nor AIDS re­aouroa ln thlB Clt,y Editor , =~~~·~ and W"l88lrulh acta on behalf of other paopls&nd t.hoseW1thAIOO halahown graatlove,loyalcy-&nddevot.tont.0Il\Y 811.lf&ndman,y I~ t.Omakeamove.&ndwhlnl oontact.ad the A106 f'oundal.lon of Houston; the Colt 45a AIDS Trouble PUnd; the People With AIDS Coalll.1on &ndm&n,yother80W'018,t.hlywerell U1oer unable t.O U8l8t, or would not. re­spond.. Yet Penn,ye.abuaina.owner.a Pfll"llOO w1th a l"a.m1l,y and home or her own. havtngvehicleproblema.notflll lngwell.h.avtngbaan1l\1Ure<1.lt.llltook Ume ... t.ONSlSt.&nd then wentd1rectzy i.o aaeoond)ob. Penn,ye ahouldbl rao­ognlzad aa an uemplary ciuzen 1n thllC\t,y ltllm,y prayer th.al. God will re­ward her ID what.ever 18 her endeavor now and ln the ruwre. She 11 a t.n..IB '"811ter"&ndahadeserveeonl,ytheblet in her llfs, from those who know her &ndwhowillmeethar. ~the efforts. 8UOOl8888 and challenge& of PelUl,YI WUU&mseetanuamplefora.llt.haoth er reaouroea for tho9e With AlD6 ln th!Bcit,y Ouiur, becauee while 11he h8JI the toul(he11texteriorofthe11xwomen intheplay'111malll..ou1~ianatown ahe'a al80 the mo.t 1Wn1itive. the f'inttocrackwhentrlll{edy1trike11 A. the rich eat woman in C.Uwn, with "more monty than God," OuiMer i1 considered "ecCl'ntric:· "I( 11ht didn't have all that money;· ('ouk JNJintaout."they'dcallhercrazy Actrt"n Co.role Cook i1111 funny U'Oman Spe11kinl{ ofh11ir. ""Steel Mal{no­liaA" ia 11et in a carport th11t"11 been convert«! into 11 beauty 11nlon by 'l'ruvy(tobeplayedintht'movieby Dolly Parton). wh1>MC motto i11 Th('ft''11 no11uch lhinlf 811 natural bt'11uty.~Fortht'record.thefilmwill al110 •tar Sally Field and Juli11 Hob­ert11 a11 mnther and daul{hlt'r. Daryl Hannah a11 tht' horn-again ht"auty 11hup am>rentl<'e and Ohmpl& Dukaki11 ll8 thl' ma:,ioia ,.-1dow who 1ay11tht'immortalworda,··Theonly thinl{tha1»o·par11tt'9u11fromtheani· mala i• our abiht~- toacc-euorize:· 1n expanding the play for the acreen l-larhngh811addedrult'9furmen.in tludinl{SamShepard Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your seNice, garage sale, house for When tht1how played W11t1hin1r ton, DC, Cook &ay1. the Bu1he11 and theQuaylmcametoeeeit.andMr1 Bu1hinv1tedthec&111tolunchat1he Whitt' Hou..e. Ml'm a 1t.aunch Demo­crat;' Cook maint.ail"l8 proudly. "bvt I 1ucked up! And Babto-Mr11 Buah-wu love!}·. I felt like I'd met a friend. Her hu11band came in in the middleo£lunch.andhew811charm ingtoo:• One of her favonte- memorn,. of she luncheon w111 being 1hown a amall room with hair dryer1 and 1uchpiled macorner.Jthadbeen NancyReagan'11privaU!ha1raalon. 1he wa1 told, but the llu1het1 had foundanewuseforitlntheCl'nter ufthe room lay the Firal Dog. pre-­paringwgivebirthtotheFiretPup­pies. Mtntmn of the film •·en1ion of •·swe-1 Magnoliaa:· alated for Octo­ber relea..e. hrinp a playful i;narl frum Cook-and another atory. She and Barbara Hu11h. ht'rro-1t.arand lonl{t1mefriend.wentto1ee'"Shir­I• ·~· Valentine·· in ~ew York. Back Kt.agt' 11fter the show they ran into Shirley Mad.a.me. "She 81ked me ..-hatl"•·ebeendoinl{:·cooltrelatf'I. "andlt.nldhttl"•ebeentouringin '"St~l Magnoliu." !:>he 18.id. 'Oh, re11lly"' I j11sl finished dumg tht' mo .. ie: I 1111id. "I "know.""'Shea11ked what p.irt l"mp\aying11nd l&aid HYou''played""my""part-'Jtoldher. ·You·,·egotahundredlive1. Ynucan Phyths is an emotlOflal sponge for the troubles ol others - ........ --.. --- s·~ the neighborhood .. -""'"""""-' Gary has so much trouble making deci­SK> nS he almost never changes lanes play all the parta you want I J""t h11veth111one Actually l"oolt"• bet-n bu1~ m ... ~. eralrolm.SheplaytodCvrainthefi nal ll'810n uf "Dyn&11I'•' 11nd d09n'tcan·i(noneo!uR1'll"i1··1 l(ot paid thtllllme whl'lher an~·one "atchedornvCl..a11tyur(.'harlN r..el&0n He11ly direded ht-r in Mame"attheBurtHeynoldMJupi ll'rTheaterml'londa.and11hl''aep­~ eredmorethant•nteon'Murder. She Wrote" with th•• oril{inal Mame:· Angela l..an11bury. an•<' tre1111headm1rM&reatlyfor;among otherthmp,""thewa_v1he'1pa..-ed hereelf Cook had a rt'('urrinlf ~,1 .. on 'Cagney and Lacey"'· ·1 waMShar onGleea'father"sgirlfnend.lwaaa dan~r 'ti\ the body went south." Shi.' liked that part becaul!t' it let her 1ho,.·htteerioll81ide: '"lt'1hardfor IWH;'alled"funny,.·omen"toconvm« peupletoll'I them be the other. r~e bef.nluckyinthall"l'llpt'C\ ltwaathefunniet1twomannfall whu bruught Cook to J-lally"ood llfldJa•·eherthenameC'aroll'. 'Shi.' named me after Carole 1...:,mbard Lucy 1aid I had the-.ame heahh}' di .. rNi--tfnn•••erythingm1wneral Whenl'arolew&11killedinaplane craah. Lucytriedtoemulateherfor •boutamonthbefoN11h .. gavl'up.lt wa11 ~·ery .. earing" Marriedforne11rJy:JOyear1toac tor-directorToml'roup.l"ookhvea A~ 1he dip into a bo"l of 11traw hernt'9 ('aroleCovk lea\·t'9 u11 with ,.·ord11o(wii .. :lum. "lf1t'anotchoro­late, 1t'aavtgf'tabletome lf11he didn't have money you"d thmk11hew1111crazy rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice Mining Company top team of '89 softball season The Mont.roee Boftb&ll 1.-,ue oon thetr t.rtp eluded !t.1 10th -.on Sunday. July In wrapping up the -.on; the ieague·a boll.rd of truat.eN l8suad • 81.Mement thanking au of eponsor9 and rana for their support I.hi. ..aonandrOJ'thepaat _ lyeare 30, W1t.h the Mont.roee M.lnlng Com p&o,y deteat1ng t.he1l' opponent&, BI'&-­Z09 Rtvl!lr Bot.torn and nu- Ex ~-and wUuUng the opportwl.l cy-torepree1nttllel911Ueatt.haOay Boft.b&ll WorldBrlrlM lnAtl&nt&Avg -Patty'• Pool 22·27 As we head Into the ftnal wealr. of TheMlnef-*1.toW!naut.hreeof refUlV -.on play, t.here'a sun a the df,y'1 can- to repree1nt HOJU1t- clOBB battle for the th1rd througb. ton 1n the •r1ee and tnJe to rorm. 111wint.h J:>081Uons uni- Past '!\ml thl.cn;mcteam~a and the CNN ··wen~ re&U,y totaJof36NNtoonl,y ran apart. It loolr.a u ooerorthetropponeni.e Montrose I.hough they Will l'lni8h The MJn.\n4 Company Reighbor- ::i::i:;:i:i:; will repreaent the the wealr. ending 7 '2" leagu., Compeuuw ~ hood 1 JPast'I'lme, 2 )C9"N. MeO:' ':/.':n';f,f ~g,.~~ai::! are congratulated by F1tneu Exchange m 1he final ~hll'te!othe~ Sports ~~~~a!::~~=· what.Mr the mat.ch should bl re- Uons for next ye&r"e bo&rd of true =n:1on~.:Canr:. houaa s.~~·Pl~~'.\o~=- echeduled and pl~ as originally taM. Ag&in, we reall.Y must haw as ~~':pi:l~:~~t Ranchers I want to w1ah eve~na =d~~~1a1:~~~7;~! :U:J:°!::~~:~r:: on A\14 14 at the I.All" Stop, 1952-A good luck on the l'1nal night of play. &8 many people tobl at the meeung ~will getaf.alrchanoe. I hope you West.Gray Admtllllon 1a '8 Don"t forgat aboutt.ha ftnal Jaague aspoeeible,aot.hlvotJngw1ll blfatr au ahow up at the rneeung,and that Addltlonally, Mother's R.eoreauon rneeung thlB Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at we w1ll dlacua8 the bld.e ror our you vota from your hl&rt8 nua II n..m 11 planning a Qlrnlval begin I.ha Ranch. Wew1ll flnally eeu.Je Lip- Jaague part,y and announce the loe& yourlea&ue,and It layourvotoet.hat nlflo!at8·00p.m.P'rlday.A1J4 ll.at at1ck"soalledforfatLonScand&l.8wlt.h uonoft.hlOver&ndUnder500tour- ahouldd1ct&tewhoahouldeeNflu Mother"s, to help 1'191 monay tor yetanot.hervota. ThevotawtlldaciOe rwnent.e. We will a1ao have theelec- your board. This year's Garden Party was largest one ever o .. er 700 people. indudinl( man)· from placee 811 far away 1111 !\e" \'ork. Den\·er; Maryland and Dela ware, altended dw 14th annual Garden Party Sunday niR:ht, July :JO at Rich·1. It waa definitely thl' larllt'llt Garden Party en""<' aaid John Bu11chlen. actinjl pruident. Buachlen nuted tJ-i_.r the m rreated turnout from 1>Ut of 11tate iaalaoa linrtin thep11rty'1hi"to­ry lt'1intereHtingtuaeehow(lhe event)i1turnin11"intoGardenPar· ty Wttkend Wl' haven't had that big a group !from other stetee) before:· Bl"lch\en said People are really getting into it We rtally want to thank the com munity and the local bu1inl'lllee forgivin1uaaomuchsupporlfor thi1;·he1aid The party'• 1pon11ort retl'lVed a proclamation from the mayor de· daring July :Kl, 1%9 'Garden Party Day" One of the h..chlil{ht.11 of this yl'ar011 party wu the pret1entation of the- annual 'Donna Dull" award to WalterCartt-~ and a vidtk o prt'llentation by la11t year"• "Donna·· recipient showini( What Donna Dull ha» done for me:· Though good times prevailed. a note of sadnes11 touched. the fes­th ·itiee. as friends and fello" ml'.'.mben1 of the Daughll"rs of Davy Crockett Hot Lemonade and Fine Arta Society rt'membered tht late John Bourgl!QiR, Garden Par­ty pl"f!llident. withasJ)l'C"ialdedica tinnofthe 1%9event Prl'.>Cffds from the party will htnefit the Colt 4,-,. AIDS Trouble Fund and thl' Montroee Clinic'• atr1>11ol pentamidine proi(Tam Checke will be prnented to the money ra111ed is complete. pruba bly in the next 1 .. 0 weeb, Buachlen said. The party al!IO col lected over $tl50 m goods for the Stone Soup food pantry, he added Glimpses The funeral for ISU!\'t Hubell. the founderofthehi.lltoricStudio!i-4di1 co. brought out big namm hke Bianca Jagger. Calvm Klem. Sylvia Milee. Carl Bemstein and N11ta11ra U!url Elaine Kaufman uf Elaine'• and Glenn Bernbaum of Mort1mer·1 FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 5 President Bush names AIDS commission appointees thlswWbethearet.steplnal&rger move to allow foreign nauonai. wtth HIV to tn.vel treel,y In our oountry. The United Stat.ea wW never be able t.o tight AIDS by m1CUnS bNT!en al. our bordera.M NORA hecu.Uve Dlrector Je&n O'U!Ml.ry-.id,"PreeentUB.ltrunigH­UOn policy tor people wit.h HIV Is fCIUnCMd upon p~oe. tear and meclical mJslnfonnation. lndeed.our policy ot ucluslonjeop6tdlz.ee HIV poelttvfl U.S. citizens abro.d who ma,ylll.oeret.ll1at.1ontromothergov ernmen!B'.' Kmxt Joeephsen upreeaed pleae­ure at. &lally be1ng '1e(al.J.y tn the United St.atAlll" and Ible to complete hareee&rehonAIDBp~ throughout the oounuy He a pre.ed oonoern, hawll'vl!lr, that p~ ent U.S. pollde8 obsu'ucl. IM ti.ow or International communication •hichlav1t.altoJ)l'e'Y911t.lngthe $pl'elldofAlDB. NOMaoo-oounselontheQalMIWU &.ton lmmJCaUOnatt.onW!y Rhoda BerkawerNOMaet!oNonbehalfot Joeephsen were suppon.ed by the DluJ..lah emb6ssy, Sen. Edwan1 Ken nedy'e omoe, and the orpnaere of ne:J.:t year's Intern&Uonal OanJer­e: noeonAlll6. The l992Internauon al Contenmm on AIDB, 8Cheduled for Boston. ts Clll'l'8ntly ln)eop&nzy be­oauae of a t.hreatened tnterNLion&I b.cklashagainstU.S. policy - NOW's lll!enda Delegateetothenationaloonfflrenoe of t.he National OrgantMLton for Women endorsed a oall for an Max pl.Miid BillotPJghtaforthelUet oentury" to be added to the U.S Oon· stltutlon.FreedomtromdiscJ'1m1na.. uon on the bu1a of 8IDNal. onenia. uon la one of 88V8ll ~or potnui of thatproP*! Theoonferenoe,heidtncmctnn.atl on July 21-23 ~ pr1marlly on poet-"Webat.er"~ The poeslble rormauon of a new poJJt.lotJ pal1,y wtt.h a pl.M!orm OQn· t.&1ningt.he"expe.nded.BWofR1ghta" alao wu unan1moual;y endoreed and wW be aplorecl through the ap. point.mint or a oornmi891on. Workingtromt.heNatlonall..eebi· an Rlghte agenda developed at the NOW Fourn1.aUon 1poneored. Nat.lon­al leeblan RlghtaConferenoelaatfall, the membarehlp provtded clMl' d1 reot.IOn for NOW-1 naUonal leeblan rlghia progr&m. Whll1 the anura agenda wu supported. oert.aln l&- 8\llN wire given puUoolar 1mpha- 1l8. n- ln0luded lep.Jlztng and prot.eot1n41 leetl1an andg-.y l&mllles; supporttnc openJ,y leeblan/PIY fem.1- nlat oandla.lte8~ aupporUng the rtght.8 ofleabWUI andg-.y men lnthe millt.azy, l'Mlmphaalzlng fem1n1st. oonsdous~-...i&ln( to eduoat8 new acttV18tB about the tmporu.nce ofleab!anrlghta;e~al.l NOW membeI'8 to be lnvolved ln and support the oonoepc. otthe Nauonal Leeblan Con19renoe~ working for l&­gal prcx.ect.10N1forl88btan,gt,,yteach era; endoreJ..ng a n&Uonal hMlthcan1 pan and ooordin&Ung a oamp&1gn to regtat.Alr votere support.Ive of leebl ""N"O"W' ""pr"e"s1' aent Mol.ly Y&ro a18o urged leeblan.8 to support NOW-1 plannecl mua moblllz.8Uon on Nov 12 ln Wll.8hirJ#.On, D.C. to '\mderllne the overwhelmlng publ!Cout.raga'' at the WebatAlr <led8ton and to keep 1 n&Uonal fOC\.18 on the abort.Ion l8Bue At Jones Hall, everything's coming up Tyne Houlton Live by NEIL BADDERS "I WIUI born too llOOn and •tarU'd too late;· uys Mama Roee in "Gyp11y;· the musical memoir1 of burlNque queen Gyp11y Roee Lee, now playina Jone. Hall ma 30th annivenary production However, :JO Ytarl i.s not "too aoon" to brina back this leaendary muaical, with book by Arthur Laurenu, music by Jule Styne and lyrica by Stephen Sondheim, nor i• it "too late" toaee Tyne Daly •hine °'the ulumate 1tage moth· er,MamaRoee "Gypsy"ia,insimpleterma,the story of a mother driven to puah her too girla into 1tardom in vaudeville at whatever price it taketi. She ato1>1 at nothina, livina in a 1eriee of dream•, demandina control, de11perately 1eekina atten­tion for her dauahtera when all ahe really wanu ii to be nonced Aa one illusion aft.er another ii deetroyed and thoae around her are driven away by her amothtt· ing love, Rose continue# to aur· vive_ She aimply trade. in one dream for another and willa them into reality Love i• what makes Rose hu­man. Aa in e\"erythina elae ahe doet1, ahe ia exceaaive with her love. Eventually, we in the audi· ence areforcedtoaakour1elve11 if there is really auch thing at1 lov ing, caring or dreamina too much, andtheansweriano.Weulttmate­ly accept, understand, and love Roae for what she ia. "Gypsy" hasalwaya been one of my favorite musicals, to some de­gree becauBt' of the wonderful acore which include& "Some Peo­ple;' "Small World;' "Lel Me En tertain You.'" "t:verything's Com-ingUpRosea:• andthebarnbum­er, "Roee'aTurn;'butalaobecause of the strong story and charac­tera. I admit to listing Tyne Daly at1oneofmyfavoriteactreaaes,ao you might say I wat1 prediapoaed to glowing tenna Actually, I was fearful that both this production of "Gypi1y" and the star wouldn't Jive up to my expectations in this legendar­y and familiar piece. A few min· utea into "Gypsy;' I relaxed. This production was a good one, albeit a different approach and flavo?: Tyne Daly' a Roee ia gritty, dom· ineering and indomitable, but ooated with a certain charm that doesn't drive us away from the character. In her finale "Roae'1 Tum;' Daly pushes the intensity level up another notch and gives u1 a Rose who is slightly crazed and just a bit vulgat The perform· ance ia fascinating Also,, the answer to the key question i.;i yes, Tyne Daly can •ing. The belting the role requiree 1ttm1 a bit heavy for her voice, but ahe carries it off admirably. At Tueeday night's opening, ahe seemed hoarse at times, but it didn't diatract from the perform- Jonathan Hadary as Herbie, Rose's loving but weak boyfriend, made me look at the character in new terms, suggesting a depth I hadn't seen in previous produc­tions. He shows us how easy it ia to love someone and how hard it i.s to let go. Christ.a Moore plays Louise from early teens to stardom 811 the stripper Gypey ROiie Lee with fi. nease. Her Louise ia shy, browbeat and sad. Her transition into the confident, sexy Gypsy Roee Lee, however. leavea echON of the little girl who really need.Ito be loved. Good atrona work Barbara Erwin. Jana Robbins and Anna McNeely, as the stnp­pera who take Louiu in hand. are delightful. All three offer offbeat characters, played with a more vulgar, real quahty and leu of a muaical comedy touch than i11 usu· ally seen. Jana Robbins' voice isa knockout. WithherlistmgasTyne Daly's underatudy, it really makes mewanltoaeeherasR011esome­d> y Tracy Venner as June and Rob­ert LambertaaTu\1a turned in sol id performances in their featured rolea. 88 did the remainder of the large cast. The original book writer, Arthur Laurenu, has staged thia produc­tion. aa he did the London and 1974 Broadway productions. ~ nery ia by Kenneth Foy, coetumee by Theoni Aldredge and lightina by Natasha Kau. Eric Stem ii musical director and Bonnie Walker reproduced Jamee Robbins" original choreogTaphy This "Gypsy" ia Broadway bound and deserves to be! -"Beehive" to Alley "Beehive;' a co-production of Stages Repert-Ory Theatre and Zoe Enlertainment, originally sched uled to run at Stages from AUK- 3 through Aug. 27, will move to the Alley Theatre. The show will keep ita original schedule f.'ollowing Stagm decision to suspend production until Oct. I, Staaee and Zoe oontacted Greg<>' ry Boyd, the Alley' a artistic direc­tor, and general manager Mary Lou Aleskie about the chance of housing the production. The Al­ley Theatre agreed to hoat the Pl'l>' duction and offered to con1ribute ita partionoftheincometoStages to help during Stages' reoraaniza· lion Beehive will preview on Aug. 3 and 4 at 8:00 p.m. The ahow will open Aul{ 5 with a benefit per­formance for the Bering Commu· nity Service Foundation. Per· formancea are Wednesday through Sunday until Aug. 27. For ticket information, call the Alley Theatre box office at 228- 8421 -"Antigone" auditions Channing Playera will conduct auditiont for their next produc­tion, "Antigone"' by Jean Anouilh. It iathe""Antigone'"etory of ancient Greece retold in modem tanauage and modem dreu Audiuona will be held Monday and Tuesday eveninga. Aug. 7 and 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Channing Hall, 5210 Fannin (at Southmore), in- 1ide the Finit Unitarian Church Director Jania Halliday need.a Bt'ven men, one boy and four wom­en. Men characters range from 20's to 50's; the boy is around 13; two women are in their 20's and two rang!' from 40'• to 50'1. One woman'• role ia non-speaking Production dates are Oct 13, 14. 20,21,271nd2KFormoreinfor­mation, contact Halliday at 71:15- 949'..! Sen. Kennedy announces a 10-point AIDS plan ~;k ;}t~~:~~!1 ~in WASHil'\GTON-ln the week which saw the nat1<1n"1 IOO.OOOth di agn()ff(f Amencan ca.te of AIDS, Sen Edward Kennedy 10-Mallll.) officially unveiled a detailed J(). pointplantoaddr-theep1demic Theplaneentertonant1-discrim1 nationprotection1andhealthcare financingi.Mun. AtaJuly25pr-conferenceat Washington, D.C:a Whitman Walk er Clinic, the area'• community­basedgay le11bian andA[l)StN!at mentandcoun1ehng~nter,Kenne­dyoutlinedhi1agendatohelpbring lhe Amencan epidemic under con trot. Prior to hi111ddre11, Kennedy toured the DC. General Hoepital'1 outpatientHIVtreatmentchnicand the Whitman Walker facillly, where he ml!t with a crou wct1on of AIDS patienu who have benefited from 1tveral of the AIDS in1tiativn he hupuahedthroughCongre.. B89ed on what I ha~·e .een th11 morning." Kennedy 1ta1ed. - 1 be­beve.., emust 1mmed1ately de\·elop a umfied1tratttr)'forcombatrngthe twin epidemic. of AIDS and drug• which plai\le our inntt citiet. Thia willrequireadramaticHpanaionof commumty·ba&ed care facilillea. !:iuettNinth111effortwilldependen llrelyonoursbilitytomobilizecom mumty support and community leade111h1p, particularly within mi noritypopulations" The linchpin of Kennedy's plan ia the Americana With Diaabilitim Act, a broad-based bill which would ban discrimination aaamst pe1110M with disabilities, including AIDS and HIV infection. The bill wH pa.seed out of the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee-­which Kennedy heads-July 26. It ie expectedtorf!achtheSenatefloor in early September. Although President George Bush hupubliclyaupportedthemeHurf!, member• of hi11 adminietrallon ha ... eexp~edconcenuiwithse-.·er· al detail.I of the bill which have de­layed iU approval until sfler the Congr-· August receu. Kennedy stated.however;thatthenightprior to the pr- conference he had met. with White Houae Chief of Staff John Sununu and Attorney General Richard Thornburgh on the bill, and now hu the adminiltrat1on"1 fullaupportforthebill Toaddr-theproblemoflowin come PWA1 federally ac1:euing AIDS trea1menu. m011t of which are exorbitantly priced, Kennedy haa pu11hedthroughab1llcalled1heLo" Income Treatment Allllu1tanc. Pro­gram tl.ITAPI, which would pro ... ide mat.ching feder•I fund• to •l&tet andcihet1topro\11deAll)Sdrug11to mdigentpa1ienuthrough1tateas 111tanceprograms Thebill,whichi11cral\edto10lve the recurring problem of 11e\leral 11tatea'annualdepletionofdrug1ub- 1idyfund11,pll.llledoutoftheSenate Labor snd Human Reeouree1 Com m1tweJuly20a•partoftheBud11et ret'.'Onciliation proceu To sn11wer the on11omg calls for wideraccentonnn·approveddruga, Kennedy pledged to continue to pret111 the l"ood and Drug Admm111 trauonand theNat1<>nalln1titutea for He•lth to make more experimen taldrug•widelya\lailable '"People With AIDS and their ad vocateadeaervetherealcred.i1for getting CommiMiconer Frank Young of the FDA and Dr. IAnthonyl Fauci ofl'\IHtoexpeditereleNeofnew trNtmenu:· Kennedy tt.ated.. ·1 will continue to Prt'N lhese agencie11 for aclearerdefinitionofwhowillqual­ifyfor'compa11aionateuf!. l'·ofdrug11 such 111 (experimental antiHIV :~:!~di. and under what circum 1-'urther endonnng the actmn1of AIDS activisu, Kennedy 11tated thathei1keepmgacloeewatchon the Community B811ed Clmical Thi als lnitistive, through which the l'\IHi11expectedtograntiufirat$6 million to community bued pro­grams pro ... iding care and experi mental therapie11 this fall WithConfre&1keepinaacloseeye onthemammothfederalbudgetdef­icit, Kennedypredictedthatthebat tie for incrf!aaed AIDS funding will notbeaneaayone,butaddedthst he iaworkingcloeelywith the Sen ate Appropriation• HealthSubcom mittee toenaurf! that funding for AIDS health care reache1 the $100 million mark, a dollar figure which he called s ··down paymentM to­ward1leueninafuturf! healthcare COl!U by allowing for early medical intel'\"ention in AIDS pahenu whichwouldlr.eepthemhealthy Kenned.y alao outlined five new legislative initiati\let--all with un· 8pecified pr1c. tajll-which would addre111 i111uee ofcomprehensi\·e healthcare.homelt'lllpeoplew1th Ail.ki. CO\lerage exten11on1 ofpri vatehealth1n~urance.treatmentfor IV drug usen with AIUS and feder al 11 .. isl&nce to areas particularly hard hit byArnS ":AID.shasalltoofewchampions m the halls uf C<Jngreois," stated BehndaMa11<>n,prt111dentofthel'\a tional AMOCiatiun of Poople With AIDS, Preeid~nt Bu~h'1 appointee to the National Commisaion on AIDS. "Senator Kennedy has been a realin11pir11llontousall" Mason, the first openly HIV-in fectedper1onappointedtothefeder· al panel, toldthemediaofhowahe wumfectedw1ththev1ruathrough a blood trsn~fu111on and the 1uble­quent discr1minsuon she and her family faced m her Y.'eatern Ii.en lucky hometown 8mce her diagnoeis inl~7 Speaking on the part oflhe na tion·e AIDS and HI\" mfi"Cled com mumty, Ma..m enthusiastically 111pported Kennedy"• ten point agenda and pledgedtocarryitin10 hermtttmg11<.·11htheoommilaion, which will betfm m commg weeka. From diving board to stage Olympic diving champ Grer Lougams it about to plunie into un familiar waters-light Opl'l"a He'll play the pnnce in 1he Rodgera and Hammenitern \lenion of"Cin derella" that open• Saturday in Long Beach, Calif_ Thi11 will be hi11 1tage debut and Louganis liken1 the pre111ure to the Seoul OlympiCll when he had to per formanear-perfectdivetowin after hitting hie head on the board ··11hinkthi1willbeprettymuchthe same," he told the Loe Angelea Times "It'sgoingtobeterrifying lknowa lotofpeoplearegoingtocomeout and say, 'Gee, I wonder if he can sing?'They're11oingtobereal1kepti 'B"u' tlcan'tbethinkiniaboutthaton 1c.age·· Louganis's co-stan include Alan Young and Pat Carroll. who ha"e yearao(experienee. which has him slightly cowed "lflcouldjustgetlhemintoadivinJ pool-then the rolet would be re­vellled," Lougamssaid Lowe clear Rob Lo,,.·e doesn't have to worry now aboutcriminalchargn relatedtohia vidrof!.l'xtapecllll<'inAtlanta Theactor,hi11fatherandtwolaw­yersmetwithproaecutoninAtlanta Fridayeothepr0&ecutoncouldcheck Lowe's attitude about the accusation lhathefilmeda 16·year-oldgirlan.d anotherwomanhavinasexinhi1h1>­telroomduringla1tyear' 1Democr11t· 1cconvenuon "Wewantedtotalktohimtomake 11ure that we had hi1 attf'ntion and we determined that we did ha"e hi1 at ten1ion," said FultonCountyDietrict Attorney Lewis Slaton ··wewanted.tomakesurelh•tlhi• was not going to be a joke tolORI• body, and we concluded. that ii WN not:' At a reault. Lowe aimed aD agreementtoperform20hounofcoi:n­munityaer" ice"·orkand1tayoutof troublefortwoyean lnexchanfe,hewon'tbeproeecuted and he didn't have to admit iUilt. Lowe. who •till f~ a civil IUU fromthelS.year-oldiirl'smother,will perform hi1 community HTvice worit in California and hia home 1tate o! Ohio, talking about the danger• of drug abuse Glimpses Shelley Winters's second auto­biography, "shelley II: The Best of Times, Worst of Times:· is out and she says there might even· tually be a third installment. "Shelley II" concentrates on her life in the 1950s and '6Ps includ­ing her marriage to Tony Franciosa and her flings with Sean Connery and Albert Finney .. Guess who wasn't at the fash· ion show put on last month by Halston Enterprises Inc.? Halston himself. "Everyone asks me why I wasn'tthere:' the designer told Newsweek. 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Health Gyms, Health C!rs. 2131 C!rs. 2131 N, Contemporary r~ Travel 1_ ~ 603 Peden • . 526-TRIP (8747) Montrose Travel Inter­national (713) 523· 4297 typing 2191 HAPPYflNGlltl TYPING ~n i...;,;._-__ .. ::..~.:. 100•¥' .f\' I o 51...rzz Scooter was a little SOl'ry ~CJ.?'~ actually caught the fly ~ l>IRT~ H/>.lt~ f'Ol'Pl~S r,_J'.11 8 Gwen's idea of a tidy camp site includes waterbugs We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice <'/lie dj.~ dj.(J«; Jim Covington THE MONTROSE VOICE AUGUST 4, 1989 -~'"'"""~""""'""""'' Inside this sec­tion ••• M~Soap A little local gossip Bcvi J aa4 l.ut­wμ, Day-by-clay breakdown of events Our advertisers will tempt you q.~~ <J~ Your horoscope from the Voice Toll and toll-free num­bers for verbal adven-tu res The always outlandish Amanda B. Recondwith People who want to meet you Jim Covington is our 30-year-old blonde Fox this Friday. He's 5'8" and a Scorpio who will be bartending at The Attic, downtown, which opens this weekend. Photos by Jerry Mulholland i ..; One year ago we moved ourselves and our 3 corporation to Houston, even though LOBO g has been here since October of 1986. We <{ ~ announced at that time a new look and ~ approach for LOBO. With your help we have ;;:: achieved a great deal in this year. <{ ;s Drawing on our years as the nation's oldest ~ gay video club in our Dallas store we expanded ~ and updated LOBO Houston as the premier ~ gay video store anywhere. Adult video, ~ including gay films, is a highly competitive ~ market. LOBO, without exception, beats all ~ competition. We have set the standard in N pricing videos for sale, and still with lower prices the competition does not match us. Many stores offer gay videos for rent. One in Montrose recently advertised that they had doubled their gay titles. We found their current offerings number 150-200 titles, while LOBO has well over one thousand gay titles-we couldn't double our selection if we wanted to, they don't exist. LOBO is a gay-owned and operated business. We are committed to supporting our community and we are trying to earn your support. If we can't win you away from more costly straight-owned businesses then we have somehow failed. If you continue to support the other gay-owned video store, We Deliver, we understand and especially appreciate customer loyalty. One year ago we also announced that we would enlarge our selection of our gay books. This we have done and your response is greatly appreciated. Initially we also stocked a large selection of lesbian titles. However, with the opening of the very fine feminist/lesbian store, Inklings (at Richmond and Hazard) we have cut I~ r-:::i-SHEER INSANITY & ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER back, somewhat in this area . On a more personal note we would like to thank the Houston gay community for so openly accepting two transplanted Dallasites. Since arriving, our store has been twice honored by organizations here and we have had the opportunity of meeting many of you. After this very busy and fruitful year we are more committed than ever to making LOBO a gay business the entire community can enjoy and, hopefully, look to with pride. And we, personally, are looking forward to contributing to the community both our resources, our time and our talents. UlolMlllll'r.l LOBO GAY VIDEO SIMPLY THE BEST LOBO VIDEO CLUB - SIMPLY IBE LARGEST 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales Ir Rentals • SWlmwear • y -Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accesso•ies • Necessities For the Montrose Voice COPYRIGHT 1989 ARIES "Too Much of a gaod thing" is a phrase that Aries People know something about. In this period of release from the trials and tribulations there is the strong tendency ta go too far in expressing your relief, your generosity, your whatever. TAURUS An older person may give you more than you know what to do with. Learn how to accept and grow from what is offered. Communicate your own po­sition clearly, and then enjoy the benefits of a benefactor. This is a great opportunity for growth. GEMINI The chatterbox of the zodiac is at it again. If your partner or one close to you is a good listener this can be a real learning time for both of you. Try to develop your own ability to listen and appreciate another viewpoint. CANCER Jupiter, the planer of good fortune, is moving into Cancer, and as far as you're concerned it's about time. Things have been a bit topsy-turvy late· ly, an.;! now at least you can gain some important insights into what's go­ing on. LEO There is something or someone new in your life. What you may have at first thought was quite fun but not terribly important could be turning into SCORPIO something very meaningful, even life changing. Asserting your strong individuality is a natural part of the picture. VIRGO You're shining a bright light wher­ever you go. Could it be possible to be any more sensitive? The good fellowship feeling that per­vades your life did not come about by magic. You're part of the proc­ess. See the beauty of your strength. LIBRA Don't be disappointed if yau don't solve all of the big mysteries of the universe, but something just a bit short of that is a distinct possi­bility. Your mind is working over­time. And with the help of a Leo or Virgo, important discoveries are imminent. Power is pa'Wer. It can also be a kind of bun word that can frighten other­wise courageous people into believing that its assertion is a dangerous thing. Knowing how to use it is something that you're learning very well. SAGITTARIUS Jealousy could rear its ugly head and make a mess of our travel plans if you're not careful. So be careful to be happy. H unwarranted jealousy is directed at you, confront it immediately to get on with the fun. CAPRICORN How does a good Capricarn open up his or her heart completely without being bombarded by issues involving truth and illusion? Not without some difficulty. But that's o.k. Learn from this testing time. You really are gaining a firmer grip on reality. AQUARIUS Partnership is what this time is all about. While you've been learning to share since you were very young, you may feel as if you are learning the basics all over. This period of adjustment will bring great satisfaction. PISCES You can make great strides in a relationship with an important man in your life, while an encounter with a beautiful woman could be a problem if you're not receptive to what she has to say. What would happen if you brought these two wonderful people together? We do our best to make this list as accurate as possible but there may be some errors. Call the bar or restaurant to confirm an event. Modll~ Arriba Cantma: 99¢ Margaritas 4- 7pm J.R :s: Monday thru Friday, hors d'oeuvres 5:30 until 7:30 Santa Fe Trading Co. 99¢ frozen Margaritas, 4-8 pm, Santa Fe Gold Margaritas, largest selection of imported beers and tequila Scandars Open 11 am, Mon-Sat, 12 Noon, Sunday Scandal's: D.J. Dennis McGinnis plays your favorite oldies from the 50"s, so·s, 70's S1boney Club Open Tuesday­Sunday, 8pm-2am, good presentation required Thai Villa Restaurant: Thurs-Sat Nights: Live piano Thai Villa Restaurant: Lunch: Thai Buffet, $5.95, M-F 11am-2pm Thai Villa Restaurant: Dinner: Daily specials, M-Th 5:30-10pm, F & S 53Q-1030pm Venture-N: Get It? Got It? Good!! Venture-N· Dancing on The Fars1de, seven days a week The Attic ~ Patio and Piano Bar Mamma's Money $1 Well & Domestic Beer, Monday-Saturday, 7am-11am Mamma's Money: 75¢ Well Drinks, Monday-Thursday, 9pm-M1dn1ght Mamma's Money: Happy Hour, Monday-Saturday, 7am-8pm Bacchus: Happy Hour 4-8pm Missouri St. Station: Happy Hour pnces til 9 pm Dusters: C & W Dancing Daily Missouri St. Station: Open 11 am- 2am Dusters· Open 6pm-2am E/J's 7am-8pm Happy Hour, 7am- 6pm $1 Vodka drinks, Beer bust 4- 10pm Monday-Saturday E/J's 7 Days a week, $1 Well drinks lam-2am PastTime Happy hour 12-8pm Pot Pie Restaurant: Free home delivery for pizzas French Quarter Theater· see ad this issue Ri'Marks. Happy Hour 4-8pm Club Body Center: $5 for 30 minute tanning session, $30 for 8 visits Club Romeo. Happy hour 5-9pm Venture-N Beer bust 4-10pm Venture-N: Happy hour Noon-8pm J.R's: 3-in-1 Happy Houc openmg- 10pm Charhe's Restaurant Dinner and m1dn1te specials S1boney Club: Dance to the hoUest rhythms of Salsa, Merengue, Reggae, Calypso and Disco music on our two Marble dance floors, free buffet Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon- Sat, 7am- 9pm, Sun Noon- 9pm Ousters Beer Bust Sun & Thurs, 6- 10pm Mother's Play volleyball on the patio, Happy hour prices 7 days a week, 7am-8pm, Keoki Kona sings & plays the organ, 6pm-8pm Mon-Fn, 2nd floor bar, Never a Door Charge The Barn: Happy hour 11 am-9pm The Barn: What A Nellie Deli, 11am- 3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fri Bnar Patch · Happy hour tlll 8pm A Listing of the Regular and Special Events at Selected Houston Clubs, Restaurants and Other Places of Entertainment Rock 'N' Horse: Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am), Closed Mondays Charlie's Restaurant: Open 24 hours Galleon. Happy Hour 'Ill 8pm Daily Santa Fe Trading Co.: Open 4pm, 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails, $1 .75 longnecks or happy hour pnce single well 111 1 Opm Chutes Beer bust, 3pm-11 pm, 75¢ Vodka dnnks, noon-6pm Chutes: $1 frozen margantas noon- 6pm, happy hour 12-10pm Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs. (ex. Tues) Chutes: Frozen Margantas, $1 .25, 6pm-2am, Happy hour, noon-10pm Mary's Happy hours M-F: 7am­noon, 6-8pm, 11 :30pm-1 am, M-S Super Happy hour 9am-11am, $1 well & beer, always 75¢ draft Mary's: After Hours Thursday­Sunday ~~ Arriba Cant1na: 75¢ tequila shots all day M1ssoun St Station: Patio specials Bacchus: The Gay Dating Game 8pm The Barn Cowboys in Action, 8-2 Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm Scandal's: Dance to the music of Q_J Dennis McGinnis Lazy J: Show Night 10pm Cousins: Drawmg, 6:45, wm triple your shoe size, Cousins & Company, 10:30pm Mother's: No door charge, dance music by Phil Ware Heaven: 50¢ well, cover Chutes: Cruise Night, happy hour noon-10pm, Male Strip Night with MC Casandra Landa, cash prizes, Hot dogs by Tex as Riders Montrose Mining Co.· Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am Brazos River Bottom· Happy Hour, 7am tit 9pm, Brazos River Band, 9:30pm J.R's_ Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am Ri'Marks Live entertainment g~ Montrose Mining Co. 3 m 1 happy hour 4-10pm, 25¢ draft beer ma mug 10pm-2am Cousins: Cousins & Company, 10:30pm Arnba Cantma: 75¢ tequila shots, Brunch menu 11 am-4pm, $1 .25 Mimosas. Poinsettias, Bloody Marys & Champagne all day Missouri St. Station: Patio specials Dusters 75¢ Schnapps all night Mother's. All Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75¢, 7am-8pm E/J's $1 Well drinks 4-7pm Rock 'N' Horse: Ltve band 9pm-1 am J.R 's: Pacific Coast Dancers 1030pm The Barn: Cowboys m Action, 8pm- 2am Bacchus: Houston's Ongmal Party Night, $2 Margaritas Lazy J; Show Night 10pm Scandal' Dance to the music of D.J. Dennis McGinnis Club Romeo $1 . 75 Coronas, $1 schnapps Heaven: SV.t well 9-11 pm, cover, DJ­Scooter Bea:-den Chutes Cruise Night & liquor bust B-M1dnight, $6, $500 Dash for Cash, 10pm-2am Mary's: Beer bust on the patio with Cindy 1~pm Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour til 9pm, Brazos River Band, 9:30 Ri'Marks: Live entertainment g""""" Rubia's. Free draft 7-10pm, "Rub1os Presenta" 10:30 Bacchus: Pool Tournament, 2pm Siboney Club: International Show Travesty Mamma's Money ~ Happy Hour, Noon-4pm, $1 Well with SOC: Schnapps 4-7pm E/J's. Noon-10pm Beer bust, Dinners served on the patio at 5pm, $1 Well drinks 6-9pm Arnba Cant ma Brunch menu 11 am- 4pm, $1 .25 Mimosas, Poinsettias, Bloody Marys and Champagne all day The Barn: Cowboys 1n Action , starting at ?pm Galleon $1 .50 Cuervo Gold Margaritas all dayhl1ght J.R:s 75¢ Cape Cods, Bloodies, Margaritas & Schnapps Noon-1 Opm Thai Villa Restaurant: Buffet $5.95, 11 am-2:30pm Heaven: Free well 7-9, free draft all night, $1.25 Corona all night, cover Club Romeo: Hangover Blues, beer $125, Bloody Marys $2, Barbeque and drink specials, open 3pm R1'Marks: Open mike night 6pm til? Venture-N- Booze/Beer Bust 4- 10pm Chutes: Beer bust noon-1 lpm, liquor bust 4-8pm, free food, Lube wrestling 5pm Mary's Beer bust 1-6pm, Steak night 5pm, $3.50 for 1 O oz. ribeye and all the fixm's Montrose Mining Co. Beer Bust & 50¢ hot dogs 4pm-m1dnight, 50¢ draft beer m a mug m1dn1ght-2am Brazos River Bottom: Steak Night, 4 50, 6pm, Happy hour, noon t1I 6pm, Brazos River Band, 7pm Scandars: Pool tournament, 1 pm, registration noon Mother's: All Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75¢, noon-8pm, Male dancers 1 Opm-1 am, Bar-B-Que on the pallO 5pm-9pm Missouri St. Station: Open noon- 2am, Summer Sunday Social, S 1 well and 1u1ce drinks, 75¢ schnapps, 3-7pm Galleon Steak Night 6pm, Naomi Sims and Dyan Michaels Show 10pm Rock 'N' Horse Bloody Marys $1 , Live band 6pm-10pm, free hot dogs M~ Galleon: Best Crowd m Town Mother's: Beer Bust 25¢/mug or $1 .50 60 oz. pitcher Miller Lite Draft, 6pm-1am E/J's: $1 Margantas & Kam1kazees, Dart Tournament 7pm Montrose M1nmg Co. 3 m 1 happy hour all day/night, 5¢ draft Rubia's CLOSED, Available for private functions, reserve one week m advance Ripcord; $1Margaritas9pm-2am Club Body Center Lockers $3 25 noon-midnite J.R:s: Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am Galleon: Male stnp contest 10pm C' ~ 1utes Free pool, beer bust, 3pm- 1 ~pm , Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght, happy hour noon-10pm Mary's: Bowler's Special Night Brazos River Bottom: $1 well and beer, 7am-2am "l~ Mother's: All well drmks $1 75 7am- 1 am, 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 Club Body Center 1/2 pnce rooms & lockers, 7pm-3am Chutes: Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght. Drawing for portable TV, 10pm Missouri St. Station: Beer Blow Out 7pm-m1dnite, $1 domestic long necks Club Romeo $1 .25 beer Venture-N : Free Pool 4-8pm Galleon: Happy hour t1I 8pm, Star Search 10pm, cash prize and guest appearance Sunday The Barn Steak night, 7pm, $4 .00, happy hour 9pm Montrose Mining Co $1 beer bust 4pm-closmg, Men at Work (male dancers) 10pm-2am Brazos River Bottom: Dance lessons with Tony, Brent & Jim, 9:30pm Bacchus: Pot Luck Night ~ Montrose Mmmg Co. Nickel draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am, music of 60's, 70's, BO's Chutes: Steak Night, 7pm-10pm, $4.50 Ripcord $1 .50 well all day Rock 'N' Horse Schnapps $1 Mother's: Longneck domestic beers $1 , 8pm-M1dnight, Tequila Gold Slammers $150 10pm-2am Club Romeo: Vodka specials Ri'Marks: Corporate Ladies Night Out w/ hors d'oeuvres, 4-8pm Missouri St. Station· Professional and Executive Ladies N1te, Spm til? J . R ~ s: Pacific Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am Heaven: 10¢ well 9pm-2am, cover, biggest Wed. crowd m Houston Rubia's Talent night ($75 first place) , drmk specials, dancing till 2am. Bacchus Corporate Ladies Happy Hour, free hors d'oeuvres til 8pm Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour 7am-9pm, Cheeks of the Week contest, 10:30, $100 first prize, Pool tourney, 8pm, wmner takes $50 plus The Barn: Naomi and her "love slaves", 10:30 pm, $200 cash prize "l~ Mother's: Male dancers & Shows 10pm & M1dn1ght, no door charge, burgers on the patio 6pm-10pm Rock 'N' Horse. All can beer $1 The Barn: Posse Male Dancers, 9pm-2am Ripcord $1 .50 Margaritas 9pm-2am The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons Club Romeo: $1 .50 well drinks Club Body Center Half price day noon-m1dn1te J R:s 31n 1 happy hour, $125 frozen drinks all day all night Bacchus Steak Night, 7pm (you bring 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 4-8pm Montrose Mining Co .. Happy Hour 4-7pm ($1 .10 well, beer) , 3 1n 1 Happy Hour 4-10pm, Long necks (domestic beer, soft drinks $1 .10) 1 Opm-2am, $2 beer bust 4-1 Opm Galleon: $1 buffet, 8pm Mary's: Leather and Club Night Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour tll 9pm, Brazos River Band 9pm, no cover, $1 domestic longnecks all day1n1ght Chutes: $1 Margaritas ma glass all day1n1ght, $1 M1chelob Dry Names and phones Here's the BAR-ZAAR hst: places you might consider for drinking, dm1ng and sensual pleasures Arnba Cantma, 1100 Westheimer, 524-4800 The Attic, 905 Prairie @ 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 Charlie's Restaurant. 1102 Westhe1mer, 520-5221 Chutes, 1732 Westhe1mer, 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 Louisiana, 527-0782 Galleon, 2303 Richmond, 522-7616 Heaven, Pac1f1c at Grant, 521-9123 J .R:s, BOB 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 Mmmg Co., 805 Pacific, 529-7488 Mamma's Money, 534 Westhe1mer, 522-()()45 Missouri St Station, 1117 Missouri, 524-1333 Mother's, 402 Lovett, 520-7935 Jo's Outpost, 2818 Richmond, 528- 8318 Past Time, 617 Fa1rv1ew, 529-4669 Pot Pie Restaurant, 1525 Westhe1mer, 528-4350 QTs, 608 Westhe1mer, 529-8813 The Ranch, 9150 S. Main, 666-3464 Ri 'Marks, 2715 Waughcrest, 522- 9485 Ripcord, 715 Fa1rv1ew, 521-2792 Rock 'N' Horse, 1220 Taft, 520-9910 Club Romeo, 903 Richmond, 528- 9110 Rubia's, 202 Tuam, 522-1207 Santa Fe Trading Co .. 804 Pacific, 528~969 Scandal's, 1419 Richmond, 528- 8903 S1boney Club, 6121 H1llcroft, 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 j N .,, '!' 0 )> ;< )> c Gl c ~ _ ... j ' To subscribe or to advertise in the Montrose Voice, just call 529-8490 Mid.Coiμr.e ~ Spa ~ Published Every Friday (Tuesday edition starts shortly) of"s Homma'> Money W£SfH£1M E~ 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 Arriba Cantina·s Borderline Wednesdays The management at Arriba Cantina would like to apologize for a recent incident caused by a customer known as Harry. We know his name was Harry because he kept pounding on his chest and yelling, "My name is Harry. I want more tacos." All those injured during the salsa cup throwing contest he initiated have been fully reimbursed for any injuries they may have sustained. The Doctors assure us that our three staff members who were hospitalized that evening are doing well and will be released from l.C.U. within a few days. His waiter will recieve the best psychological treatment currently available, as soon as he comes out of the coma. The minor damages from the small fire in our smoking area have been re­j1aired, and we are open for business as usual. We invite everyone to come see us for dollar imported beer on our Borderline Wednesdays. Just don 't tell Harry. We hate to refuse anyone service. Arriba Cantina's Borderline Wednesdays - Sorry Harry, We Had No Alternative $1.00 Imported Beer All Day on Wednesdays 1100 Westheimer 524-4800 '· JJ 0 (/) m < 0 () m <D )> JJ N ~ JJ m ~~~~~~~~~~~~~!!!!!!!!ll ~ Friday & Saturday N ieht ~ Reeular Male Review 10:30Pm. <( er :? N • rI: <( ID w (.) 6 > w VJ ,e0_r z 0 :li ~~: ... rr · • ~6~((\ Jack Saturday SurPrise Guest Ra!!e unday Afternoon Show The Dream Girls Review With The Return Eneaeement o Miss T MissT Special Guests: Miss Sylvia Diane Jackson ~\\e~ ,,,... .1 0 · e\~~ oe"<>1 \)\ -'(..O~ 608 Westheimer 529-8813 Open 7 days a week. Barn Mon Sat. Noon Sunday --~nee a nee Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Cance Dance Dance Dance Dance Cance 7 Night s a Week! Get It! Got It! Good!! ..i BEER .L.JNIGHT .fiY DAY Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Cance Dance Cance Dance Dance 7 Nights a Week! Dance Get It' Got It' Good'! Dance 7 Nights a Week' Get It' Got It! Good'! Oh, Dear Fans, Amanda's in Denver -.., :Il ~ :< )> By AMANDA B. RECONDWITH Oh, Dear Fans, Am&nda is simply cUscom· bobul&ted with fear. We're writing this to you from under our luxury mega-king s!ze bed in the Tedey Roosevelt Sulte of the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, where we were called up by Pa.t Schroeder, our favor­ite Colorado Democratic representative in Washington. It seems that Balls Bush is planning to splke Pa.t's water with Doggy Downers, and we have been brought up here to attest to the fact (since we were taJk1ng to Babs on the phone when she whispered the deadly deed to her Dale Ev­ans Maid In Waiting). Anyw8<f, whenever we come to Denver, we Bt8<f at the Brown Pa.lace, because it's such a fabuloue old Gay Nineties hotel­full of wrought Iron and curved glass win­dows and huge sweeping stat.rcaees for us to sweep our billowy sklrts down for atter­noon tea From one of the mllllons of windows in our roorr, we ca.n see the quaint coupola of the Navarro Building across the street. It's even older than the Brown Pa.lace, and we had heard all about past craziness there. Suppoeedly, In the 1890s, it served as a swank night spot, with a very famous bordello on the top floor! Well, that didn't bother Am&nda so much. Aft.er all, just walk1ng down a street in Montrose is very much llke strolling down certa.tn heav!ly curta.lned ha.llw8<f8 full of dense Orienta.I odors. The building is now a beautlful Western art museum, which we touredjust the oth­er d8<f. People kepthush!ngus because our yard of netting under our electric pink gate. elashedmegask!rtsoundedllketherushof Well! Never In our blessed and !nnooent Niagara Falls. l!fe have we seen such a s!ghtl When we But last night, Dear Fans, Amanda was walked acroes the street to the old building, horrlfted We were staying up late to darn a doorman let us in, but he was so strange, our mall stockings for an upcoming Leo andhesmelledofmothba.!ls.Thewholein­Pa. rcy event, when suddenly we heard w!ld slde had changed! It was dark and every­Ragtlme music. Looking across the street, thing was red velvet and lace, and women we eaw that the top floor of the Navarro in long flowing dresses passed by waving Building was all l!t up, and shadows were fa.ns at us and laughing at our Spandex swtrl!ng against the bl!nds. Since it was nlghti}' with C8dlllac tltti}' cups. three In the morning, we decided to Invest!- We went upetalrs, where we were accost-j1 J FRIOllr' & RI'MARKS SATUROllr' CABARET The Music Of DONNA and CHARLENE 9pm-1am c Gl ed by a large handsome man wearing for- 5i mal evening clothes. He was very friendly, -< but he smelled like moth balls, too. Then, he _,. took us down some stairs Into a dingy base- ~ ment, where the most slnister looking tun-nel appeared Hetoldusthiswasthetunnel ;:: to the Brown Pa.lace, where famous and in- \? fluentl&l people couldgettotheNavarrofor :iJ lswd pleasures without being seen. He o threw us down onto a small tram cart and ~ before we knsw it, we were soootlng a.Jong < the dlmlyl!ttunnelwlthacrowdofwea.!th.y g people all dressed In late 19th century rn clothing. Men were with men, men were ~ with women. women were with women- JJ oh, we never knew the G8<f Nineties were ~ so-well, GAY! )> Back a.t the hotel, the doorman didn't :u seem to see us as we sl!pped by through an anclent side entrance. we ran upstairs to get our leopard throw, since our new friend wanted to take us out for the eve­ning, but when we returned, the door was GONE! Dear Fans, when we asked the doorman where the tunnel was, he said it had been blocked off and IDied in 8P years ago, but we could see just a l!ttJe bit of it at the mu­seum across the street In the basement, slnce that used to be a fa.ncy night spot and bordello-back in the 189081 Well, we just smiled and walked back to the room Dear Fans, l!ving in Houston, we aren't acoosted by such necrotlc his­torical phantoms. We love Denver, but now we ca.n see the advantages of glass and eteel over brick and mortar! See you all soon I CLOSED MONDAYS NEW: Starting Sunday, Aug. 13th Waterford presents "Illusions" SUNDAY The Galleon Happy Hour Daddy's present a Musical Benefit for the AIDS Foundadon Houston A full-scale production, Impressions of your favorite stars topm sharp 2715 WAUGHCREST HOUSTON, TEXAS 522-9485 RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED THURSDJlr'S 2pm-8pm PERFORMER'S SHOWCASE EMCEE RANDY JOBE Performers interested in appearing call for details. a: <( ~ ci: <( "' UJ (.) 6 > UJ (/) 0 .a..:. z 0 ::; 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• naturally! jHoME OF SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY l Co111in9 Ewen~s: Details Will Follow! Brucella DeVall's Watermelon Fest & Picnic­Sun, 13th Aug Gaye's Saturday Morning Compact Party­Aug 12 Full Moon Madness Thurs, Aug 17th Mary's Annual Dog Show Day Sun, Aug 20th 1- 4pm Sundance Cattle Company Anniversary Sunday, August 20th Join Us Next Wednesday for Mary's Terror Train Departing Mary's at 2:30 to terrorize a few of our favorite places & people-For info contact us at 527-9669. If you want us to stop at your bar, cal/. us and get on the list of stops. "!f<~.,H.o~t-L-D··~ o~i su=~N~E ;_ . .fl "' CATTLE COMPANY N . . ~'· HOUSTON, TEXAS - "' ru1ti'~>\;"'---- ~ AFTER HOURS 2am to closing Thursday thru Sunday ($1.00 coffee, juices, sodas & Artesia) Plus - Live D.J. 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Dancers Are Coming To E/J's A L MATLOVICH: T he good sol­die r, by Mike Hippler, $9.00, paper; S 16.00, cloth. Mike Hippler has written, with Matlovich' s coop­eration, the definitive biography of the gay hero who appeared on the cover ofT~ magazine when he was discharged from the Air Force for being gay - and decided to fight back. "A surprisingly in­timate and revealing accmmt of one man's transformation from conservative military man to militant gay ac- Great new books for you from y s 0 N PU B L I CA TIO NS tivist." - Cleve Jones, or The Names Project T HE ALYSON ALMANAC, S7 .00. Here is an almanac for gay and lesbian readers that follows the traditions of"Poor Richard's". You 'II find the voling records of members of Congress on gay is­sul! s, practical tips on financial planning for same-sex couples, and much, much more. "The Alyson Almanac is a lot of fun. Readers are bound to annoy their companions by asking them: 'Did you know this?'" - The Washington Blade - THEBUC­CANEER, by M.S. Hunter, $9.00. Join Tommy the Cutlass and his shipload of randy buc- '14ii•~""' cancers as they become in­volved with some of the past's most notorious individuals - and most exciting adventures. This is historical fiction at its swashbuckling best. CHANGING PITCHES, by Steve Kluger, $8.00. Scotty Mackay is an aging major-league pitcher whose disdain for his hand­some new catcher, Jason Cornell, suddenly turns mtoamaJOr­league crush. "Mr. Kluger relates his tale with a hwnorous voice that is spontaneous, witty and im­mediate." - The New York Times T HE BEST MAN, by Paul Reidinger, $8.00. David and Katherine were best friends at Stanford. They're both looking for one man they can spend the rest of their lives with. But their indi­vidual searches lead both of them $ 523-0213 to the same man - and a three­some is not what they had in mind. "Exceptionally good. A solid and thought provoking look at the games people play wilh love, life, and sexuality." -Lambda Rising Book Report UNNATURAL QUOTATIONS, by Leigh W. Rutledge, $8.00. The author of TMGayBookoflists has put together an entertaining collection of quotations by, for, or about gay men and lesbians. Hundreds of figures - both past and present, homophilic and homophobic - are represented here. "A highly readable and thoroughly engaging compilation of comments, witticisms, and criticisms on homosexuality, gay rights, and gay individuals." - lambda Rising Book Report SUNBEAMS, by Tony Patrioli, $15.00. Italian portraitist Tony Patrioli reveals the innocent sen­suality of young Mediterranean men in beautiful natural surround­ings, as free and golden as sun­light itself. 50 black-and-white photographs. Large format paper­back. Look for these books at your local bookstore, or clip this coupon. Please send me these books: 1. ___ _ 2. 3. Enclosed is S __ (Add $1.00 post•g< wh<n ortkring 1ust on< book. If yC1U order two or more, we'll P'lY posl•ge.J We accept MasterCard; enclose acct. no.,exp. date, and signature. 1ddress: _____ _ city: ____ _ st1te: __ zip: ALYSON PUBLICATIONS Dept. P-5; 40 Plympton St. Boston, MA 02118 Montrose Soap: People and Places The Ga.llson Happy Hour Daddies pre­sents a musica.l benefit for AIDS Founda­tion on Sunday, August 6 from 2-6 p.m. at Rl'Marks Cabaret a day long of entertain­ers. They a.re selling Teddy Bears th1s year. Make plans to attend! Guess who was r1ding cabs at4:00 a.m. Wednesday and wa.klng up J.R. a.nd oth­ers at the Hadley House? Could his ln1- tia.ls be Tomm1e? Is it possible there's trouble In para­dise since Ruscy- (Big State) has been checking up on Curtis (Cousins) thru Lu­lu (QT's). Is that old trustfina.llygons or do you just know h1m by now? We urulBrsta.nd that auditions for a mu­s1ca. l comedy will be held Saturday, Au­gust 12th, 2:00 p.m. at Rl'Marks Cabaret. Anyone Interested should contact the ba.r for cleta.1ls. The Barn will start Sundey afternoon dart tournaments at 2:00 p.m. So get there early, practice a.nd have a good time. Remember Tuesday Steak Night as well. The Infamous Jerry Reid (formerly of Mary's and Venture N) Is now serving up your favorite cocktails at E/J's. It's good to have you back behind the bar again, Jerry! Also E/J's will have a guest bar­tender th1s coming Wednesday night. It's the Infamous Kenny King. So stop by for good times with a great bunch. Bacchus has set Tuesdays as a Spec1a.l Night with th1s week brtnging entertain­ment by Donna & Charlene a.nd d1nnsr from 6:30 to 9:30.Also,comJ.nguponAu­gust 27, David Carpenter, candidate for Mr. TGRA 1990, will sponsor The Wiza.rd of Oz 50th Anniversary Costume Party. They'll get you D\Y pretty and your little dog, too! The Ga.lleon has another hot, hunky bartender named Dennis who works dur­ing happy hour. We understand he's real­ly something to look at so, stop by and have a cool refreshing beverage with him. The Tuesday Star Search Is Still go­ing strong as well. StoplnandhelpNao­m1 Sims pick each week's w1nnsr. This Wednesday, Mary's will be ll.r1ng up the Terror Train, a group of your fa­vorite people hoping a.nd trying to In­spire a little "Terror" at each stop. If you would like to join th1s festive group be at Mary's Depot (the bar) by 2:30 p.m. If you would like to have your ba.r on the route, contact the bar to schedule a stop. Good.job, Larry Garrett for selling your first house and Happy 1st Year Anniver­sary to you and Wavme. We guess every­ons was wrong a.nd you a.re good for somsthing! Congratulations a.nd good luck to the st.a.ff a.nd management of The Attic. They will have their Grand Opening th1s Sat­urday starting at 7:00 p.m. The bar Is lo­cated downtown at 905 Pra.lrie at Travis. Miss Ca.mp America presents "Hous­ton Ga.la" a benefit for Stans Soup th1s Sundey, 3:00 p.m. at Rich's. And now our photos ... from last week­end In Montrose. The Garden Party at Rich's and the DenJm Party at the BRB. (Garden Party photos by Steve Wlnczewski) ... ,, ~" ;<. )> c Gl c _"-<,.' ill "' CHUTES 1732 Westheimer 523-2213 ! TEXAS RIDERS ~ ......_......__ i SLAVE AUCTION a: >z­0 ~ Saturday, August 19-9p:rn Fridays Male Strip Nites llpm $100 first place, $25 second place, $25 gift certificate third place Finals Friday-August 18th Saturday $500 Dash for Cash Thousands given away so far! FAIRVIEW =:Jl.~~ x = WESTHEIMER Sundays5pm LUBE WRESTLING Cash prizes to winners Limit 4 matches per Sunday
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