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Title Montrose Voice, No. 462, September 1, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date September 1, 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 'Houtopia' is a hit and miss proposition Reviewer Neil Badders not sure if YOU will enjoy. Review, page 5 MONTROSE VOICE THE NEWSPAPER OF MONTROSED Q:omnnmit~ l.Julth ~iu!I {ump""w FR I DAY September 1, 19890 ISSUE 462 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY Partly Cl" dy and h )! Oay htgP.• 'lb<"1.1t 9~ 1109ht :>ws 1bout ch "''°" >1 thun Hirsh )Wers Sunday & Mon Jay After Hours show marks second anniversary By SHERI com::-. UARBO:-.C:>;t: The M"11ttoM v .. ;c. Braah and opmionatfd, Budd)· John11ton 1.11 hardly tht J>l!T9<.>n th .. mainhn1mthelluuatoniayn11:h1.ti muvf'mtnt wo11ld ron.idt-r their tpoltetipel'll(ln. But in tht wtoe hours ofnchSundaymorning•S.aturday mght'.'lhaim,mfart,tht>l>fllyper l901l&Pf'&kingtherauH•atall.toan audience virtually allhi.9own Johnaton.hoatandprodun•rof KPF'T'a ':Afiff Huuno:' i11Kt1Y red1 o'akinJ,Cof1hedark.lletaf'klt'tlthl' i8"Uet1m()Mt~opll·won'ttou<·h .. fll a ume. he admits. that most won"t li11t.en. The prol(ram. whit·h air• from :l:OOam. to4:00a.m.Sundaya, markAitt1l'C"Ondanniv1·n11rySt>pt 6 JohnMton. hi11 a1•1<111tant•. crt·w and audienno, will be c1•tebratin1C early.w1tha1pt<"ial1howthi11we.k end featurinl( a ('ollal(l' o! tapes from prl'\'iou.1'how•, the t-tand thewun<tofthe putt,.oytan Therom-eptanddthwryofthl' anni\'enr.ary 11pir<:ial an m petfttt keepmj( with the tihow'a hiatory and head11tmn1C•t)-ll'. Oneofthl' Lhinr Johr I •nU1knpndein,.1c.h h,. 11h~>W ia nu one-not even lh ... -hoputiton-reallyknu,.whatto u.pttt on the air each wft'k Juhn11ton and hia aaaiatant. Jim Carper.aaid lht-ygonnth('airwith nothing written in advanrt', al though they may ha\'e a l(Uetit plannedoratopicinmind.Onlythe repeat broadcaat.s offa\·orit.t> •h '"'' areprediCl.8ble. ·t don"t know how we'reguinl(tu lrf'l two yeanr. into two houn: Johm•ton uid ofthe1pecial. "hut we'regomgtodoit" And if the hOtltof"Aftl:'r Houn1 thinkitcanpo1111iblylwdone.itprob ably will be. John11ton d('lighta in theshow'1rontroveuy.andit.sa1C gre><~ive approach lo illflues that IM)metimea hingea on thl' buarrl' Cue in point: during a n«nt pro· l{Tamdealingwit.hthl:'UIM.'of""976"' numbenr. (al110 known as dial-a poml. John1ton and Carper di11· cuued the p~ycholoffy of the num bl·nand thU11ewho1111Plhf'l1l. Thry al110didtiomethingftH..Jvhn11ton andCarper.ontheair.dialedJW\·l'ral advertiMd 976 linl'll ... and put thl' COO\'enatton11on li\'eradi). , ~nunued page Report: States spending more on AIDS By RF.BECCA KoJ.m:R(; l'PISd"'eeWntrr •'OR'nt•.M<•~Tl«IOIKVO •; mune deficiency 11yndrome from 14 in fiscal 19NI lo eight in fiscal 191'19. First-time contribu WASHll"GTUN-Stalt- aptonding ton were: Indiana. Loui11iana, !\e­on AIDS jumped by nl'arly two- brll>!ka. Nl'\'ada. South Carolina th1rd11 to al:w.>ut $:lfJO millmn dur nnd Tenneuee ing fiscal 191'9, with the av1•raKt• New York. which 11pent$.">:I mil· atate11pendinlf:l-:J«nt11aJ)t'n10nto lion. wa11 Hecond W California in rombat the di11ei111t. a 11tudy 11tall•·fonded AIDS expenditures. showed Wtdnetiday Three other state& alw topped tht> A report by Georgi• WMhini(ton SIO million mark: Florida. Mallila University found that about S.'lOO chu11Ctl8 and NewJeniey. The low million in non-Mtdicaid funds etit allocation was$101,500. in l\e­were s~nt to prevent and treat braska AIDS at thf" 11tatf' ll'vt-1 this fiMCal The median level of lihlle-"nh yeat More than half of that money­Si5: l million. up $100 million from t9hl'l-came from •tale lfo\'ern· ments. The federal KO\ernml'nt prO\'ided the- remainder. The numberof11tatuthatdid notallocateanylfent-ralrl'venues fortht-battlea11amatacqu1rt"d1m fonds for AIDS was about $."-">0.000. Mona Rowe. co-author of thf' 11tudy. said the wide di11paritiet1 in 1'tate AIDS expenditurl'tl ··rl'flt'<:t differene('tl in tht- epidPmic and the pool of exiating resources in 1hestate11." The Ui1tricl of Columbia link I n per 1·ap1 8 AlllS t1pendin1f t S!l.91. !olluw1 t1 ·Ha wad 'lt :.!. F1,·1· oth 11ta.tes­{' a\ifomi1 l\~·w York, Ma....achu 111 i., Khodt1 lslandnndCunmdl· ut.- nkh11fh.apendin11b Wffll $2 ,nd t I"'' rt•tndenton AIDS In all, ll stnW1111llon1tl'<lmore than $1 Pt•r 1"1'8<>n for AIDS; thl' avt·rt1111> umount t1p1.·nt wa11 ].:J ft·ntapert·Rp1tt1 As cf Augu><t, tht- fiw t1tate-a with the l{rt'8tl'lll numbl>r ufrl'· portt"<I AllJS faSt'll werl': !\ew York. :l3.-l:l4; C111ifornit1, 20.fi!'; Florida. l:.'.2-18: :\t·w ,Jl'rc..-y. 7,074; andT1·:ita11,6Jl(i9 An t'lltimatt'd million to 1,6 million American11 art' infected with tht· AlllS nr\lll. The top IO t1Wtt•s which af fount for:- P"l\'ent of all AlllS CftlWll IK'CO ntt-d for i9 per<'t'nt of 11tatMJnly fundil" for All>.". rl'· searcti Rita K1-intt•a1d S.m• ofthelarl{f" inc i11m crea~ .i in f1SCal 191'1!1 c 1m~ in Penn11ylvania. whi1·h boot<tt'd 1t>1 AJJ)S 11pt•nding 12 times tht previ­'[ IUI lt-wl, and 1' rid1 whi<"h ra111ed itaalrt>ady 11ubst1 nti I allo­cation by 40 Pf"r«'nt Re11ean·hers aaid th1· eight 11tate11 that did not bud1wt or a11· propriaU> money for AllJS in fi11· cal 191'9 Wl're: Idaho. J,,wn, ~fon Ulna. 1' cirth Dakota. South Uako· ta. \'ennont. Wt'tlt \'iritinia and Wyommit. That group indudt>d at ll'll8t two11tatl'"8-lowa 11ndMon tana-that had bienniul hudgt•tii paSSt'd thepre\'iou11year Edu1·atwn and tt"lltmg fo" tho All>S ,·irus wert>thl' tw•• pro!ll"l\m areas most likt>ly tu attract 11llltt• fund11. Forty-Ont> 11talet1 allot·a1td 11om•• fund>1 for AIDS t'dunJ.tic>n. whill' 35 llJ)t'nt aome gl'nl'Tal rt:vt· nuee to 11upport tt-stinlf and t-uun­e ingacti\itie .Statuwert>lt·iU<t I_\· t<IUHl'theirownm< u•yfor r~\tn·h Pn•Ji[l'Umll re<."E"ivinK the 11reate11t prop,,rtion of 11taU.- money in C<•m p11ri11on to ft•deral fund1 Wt>re pa tit-nt care and tiupport l!"rvicee. Tt>n11tatl'9rt>porll'dusin1f11tate-on· h fundH to 1iro\·ide the A IDS drug AZT. whith t"l>lllll about Sll.000 a yt>Rr. t.o needy patil'nt.8. Rowl' 11aid more 11tate fund11 will likely bl> funneled into patirnt t·art• next yl'ar be<:auaeofr~ent findinp that many people infect edwiththt•AIJ)Sviruscanhl'nefit from AZT and other life--prolonlf ini;c druga ~·fore they show aif{ns o full-hluwn AIDS Tht- 12page re)'l.•rt. bal!t"d on a ><UT"\l')' cunductt'd by Grorge \\-ashinKt<•n L:niwl'>lity"11 lnU>r i;coHrnmt•ntal Ht>alth Policy Pro­Ject, .... Rll fundt•d by a wrant from thl' Aml'rican Foundation for AlllS Rt'tll'arfh Houstonians show support for disability bill By SHERI COHEN DARBONNE The Montr<>llf Vo1('l' About 300 pt>0plr. inrluding local and Htate ele<-"ted officials, buHi nl'88 leadl'f11, di11ablt'd propleand thrir advocate# and repreeenta tivffoflocalAlllSorganiution11. packed thf" Metropolitan Multi Service Center on Monday, Aug U, to show support for the Ameri· cans With l>isabilitiff At-t. The ovt-rwhelming majority of 11peak ers addreat1ing tht- l) S ConlfTe. sional committl'e conducting thl' hearings urged its pllllsagt' wLth· outfortheramendment The hearing, conducted by th1· Hou.llf" Subcoromittf"e on S•·lKt Education of the Committl't' on Education and Labor. gatht>red tetitlmony on the ADA. wh1(·h pro hib1t.11di1criminationagain11tthe di3abled in privalf" employment. public accommodation11 and tran11portation. The anti·dil<"rimi· nation provisions inthebillC<•\'l'r Pf'OJllt' with AJJ)S and HIV. and tht>AllAha11l:w.•t>ntoutetlbyAlllS 11l'livi11t111111 tht•,.-a_\. tohun. final l~·.diHfriminatiunont1fl'dt•rallt·' " Local AlllS uc·H\iJ.ts, wary ol r1>1>0rta thut t1nti-gay s .. o. JN1'e l-ll'!m1 <R:\('1 and ottwrs art> plannmg to introdUl"° amend m1·nt11 to the bill thl'lt will wt>Rken ll.>1 HI\. prott'Cli•ms. urged thl' C0'1n-111ttto8upportthl'1u·tw1th out an~· l'ILC u•wns. llarry Livl'11ay. a case workl•r with Al l>S 1''uundation Houston. told tht• fommittt'(!, ··1t'11 no >lt"<'rl't that tht-rf' i3 a mu,~:mt·nt to t>xdudt· AlllS and HI\" from tht· ADA Livesay.who118idhetalkeddnily to l>t'opll' who havt· lo.;l t>mplo~· mt·nt or housin11 ~·au!K" of di11· criminatmn. continul'<l. "'To t·x rludl' anyone v. ah a diaabilit~ from this protf"Ction un th•• ba11i1 of what kind of di11abihty tht-y ha\·e ... Ui ludicrou11 Le111ie Pl'mt. prl'llidtnt ol AC1 lP Hou~ton. noted. ·Hundn"<l.iof PWA.i .... 1th no olhl'T fhm<"' tu 11urviw. wind upon tht·ifon•rn mt-nt ><houldeTs of support. main· ly SSI and SSD. subi!lidizt-d hnua· ing and food >1tamps. Th1>1 la11t rt"- 11nrt is by all means tht> la1'1 thin!( tht>vwant" l'rl'sidl'nt Gt~>rgl' Bu11h. who sil{nt>darl'vis1•dS1•natl'vl'?>1LUnof the bill ~S 9:i3J in July, h1111 pltdgl'd to lohby again11t anti AIDS am1:ndmenti1 to thl' hill Thl' bill is 11chedul1•cl to ht· rnh·d on by the full ~·natl' ThuTllday ::-lt·pt. i, and will thP mml' totht· lloul'e. which ha11 aln·ad~- ht_.gun dil'('U1:<sion11. \1any of thl' disabl .... I pt>,,plt• ~ii tending the meetin11. hHWt"\'l'r, werl' 1'1)f"llkmg for thf' original H•IUllf" version. HR 227J, saying the vt"r&ion marked up by a »1·na1t· 1'Ubc-ummittrt and tndo ·iwd h~ Hush lat·ked ··tet"th'' The narked UP\'l'Oll>n mtainJ:IC01('t'llllicn1 for ;mallhusinl'1111('91Jtru1C1i:lingt-0 ('(>mply with the bill's requ1re-­mmti- 1 for follact"t'llllibility,includ ing rt1mp11 and wheelchair lift.II But Stalf> Rep. A11hley Smith addrt·S11in11 thl' ron«rn11 of the 1<mall bu11ines><t'll. Hpoke for the suhMtitutl' bill. which alllO weaken11 legal rl'COUl'1W for per son8 whu fl't"l the:,· havl' been di8· <·rimmated againHt Thl'('(Jnrt·pt oft'xtendinlf feder­al fivil ril(htt protection to di11a hlt>d ('1tizl'n11 i11 an 11111ue that 1-8 ml'rdul' Myl)f"rsc•nalv1ewiathat tht·S•natl'•uhtititute.endoniedby the Prt'llldt-nt, his admm11'1trat1on and the Att,,rnl'y General prc.>­vidl" ll thr hf"tit approa<·h ... by "'trik mg anmcal halanC'e betwf"f'n di;; ability nghw and bu11inf'IMI ron n·rn11. Tht• Ta11k Force on the Rights imd EmJ>0Wl'rment of Pt-nion11 With l ltsab1lit1eit. appumtl'd by Congro11man Major R. Owens. <·hairoftht'llou11l'('ummitteeon Seh·fl 1''.dufation. it<Hued a 11tatt·nwnturKingC'ongrl'11Hto'"be 1·xtrt·mely cauliou1f· in thl' final wrllingofthl'atl It 1' vital that any lurther rhRnl{t"ll in AllA clarify and or 11trf'nl{thl'n 11.11 prt•t11mt re.qum.' ml'nts;' the ta11k force11taled Thl' Al)As 11tated purpoM'. ac· l"->rdingtothetaHkforce.111•·topro­ndf' a dt'ar and ci:•mprt-hem1ive national mandak for tht' elimma uon of diac:·r1mination a11ain•t pec•plt-,.ith di•ab1li11ee Rep. Frank asks for House ethics investi­gation WA::!HI!'GTO!' tUPIJ-Rep Barney Frank. U-Ma1111 .• who aaid he hirt>d-and later fired-a male prt111titute8l'lapersonala11si11tant, askt'd the Hou!K"ethicscommitttt lo conduct an in\·ft;t.igation ofthe incident In a ll'tter to Rep. Julian Dixon, D-Calif.. ht'ad of the ethics panel, Frank promisedtot"UOperatefully and a.skl'd that the committee "proceed with its dt'lihl'rations in an expl'ditiou11 manner.'' "(:2ut'fltion8 have been ra ised about my employml'nt of a person al a1111istant durin11 a period be­twl'l! n 1%:'"1 and li»l7:' Frank wrote in thl' ll'tll:r rf'll'ased to re­porli'rs Monday. "I have publicly rl:'>ipondl'd to the11e queetionl and I have l'Xpres11ed regrrt for the mi;;taken judgment involved. ·Jnordl'rtot'ni;urethatthepub­lic rl'C"Ord i11clear. l hereby requHt that the Comm1ttff on Standard.a of Official Conduct ronduct an in \'l'lltigation into these matters' Th err ... u no immediate indica· tmn when the- et1mm1tttt might act on Frank"11 request Frank laat week confirmed a publi11hed report that Stephen Gobir, a malt- prolltitute he had aex with and lati•r l'mployed as a personal aidl". u11l'd theconwres• man'sapartml'nttorunaaex-for­money busines11. Frank said he fired Gobie aftl'r ll'arning from hi• landlord about Gobie"• activitiet. The 49-year·old Frank, one of the mOllt out.sjX>ken liberal• in Congrese. hae suggested that threau of expclMUrf" by Gabie were onefactorinhi11decilliontopublic­ly announce his homosuoality m 19b7. Frank ... a11 re-t>lected m 1988, winning 70 percent of thl' vote 1n 1he 4th ConlfTessional Ui11trict of Ma1!114chu8l'tbl. When the 11tory broke last week. Frank said ht> paid Gobie an an· nual 1alary ofS:l0.000. but that no public money Wall involved. He said he hired Gobie to help the younger man gl't out ofproetitu tion butGobiepublicizedtheirre­lationship a8 an act of rl'venge. IX.1'1pite the rl'velations, Frank apparently 11till enjoy8 wide sup. μort in hi11 di11trict. although there ha\'e bel'n some call11 for hia reeig­nation or puni11hment at the po Ila On Sunday. Frank marched in a parade in thl' working-class city of Fall River, located about 40 miles south of Botiton. The cheers ofa fl'W thou11and aloni;i thl' two-mile rout(' muffled a 1mall oontin1ent ofhe<·klt-rs A poll of ;lX} 4th Di11trict con11llt· ul:'nt.<; by the HOOlton Herald and a U>\evision .. tatmn. WCVB. •howed Saturday that .'">6 percent ofthoee que;t10ned said Frank haa "'per· formed well enough 8JI a congreu man to d~'tler\'e re--t"ll'cllon.'" Also inside: -Frank defends relations hip with prostitute -Commentator Leon Daniel examines Frank's future 2 MONTRC SE VOICE FRIDAV. SEPTEMBER 1, 1989 Research project paving way for drug trials here The HouslOn Clinical Re ~arch ~etwork. an or1ani;:ation l!llta~ lished by the Montro.e Clinic throu1h a grant from the Ameri can fo'oundation for AIDS Re­search. is developing a patient regi1try lO conduct communit) based clinical trial• of rxperimen· tal AIUS HIV treatmenUI in Hou11.0n. Jackil' Kerr. ret1earch program1directorfor1henewpro­ject. 1&id patienUI will be reii1 tered through their primary care phy1ician11 The registration of HIV po11itive per11om1whoareintereetedinpar· ticipating in ruearch 1tudie11 is the fir1;t pha11e of a program that will t+:ht the community b&.1ed clinical trial cuncept here. Clinicaltrial1arere11earch11tud· il!I on new. exptorimental or unproven drug11 which may or may not be effecu,·e 1n the treat mt-ntofa11pecificdi11ea11eorcondi tiun. Tht-)' are condul'ted to dl'tt'r mint- tht' 1afet~· uf the drul( for .. ·idet<prt-ad u1ein the palientpop. ulatiunand1111t-ffl'l·tivent'Uinthe treatml"nt of thl' condiuon l:N,ing 1tudied. Community ba.sed re­.. earch init1ative11, or CR1"8. con· duct ll!llUI on a wide base of 11ub. jl!CUI oul8ide the usual uni,·en1ity tellt1n1 setting. Data collected from the both uni,·elllity ret1t-arch and CRI"s are submitted to the fed eral Food and Drug administra· tion for evaluation which could lead to approval of the drug CRI"s, credited with collecting much of the data which led to the Food and Drug Administration's approval of aerosol pentamidine in June. are strongly supported b) AmFar. The foundation provided the $90,000 grant base to l'lltablish a community based clinical trial program in Houston Though a clinical trial may in· volve a comparison of an experi· mental treatment to either a cur· rt-ntly approved drug (su<·h as AZTi or a placebo, Kerr said tht' Hownon project is looking more dot1ely at the comparison t~·pe tri al11. The local program Ui dt'lligned llJ>«ifkally to filltheneedllofpa t1ent.o m H(Juston. Harrii; Count) and the urrounding area. Kerr said. l .. )("al phy•1cian11parucipat mg in tht• proicram will aerve a11 ·co.invei<tigatuni" in the 11tudiee Thi• mean11 that patienUI who wanttoparticipateina•tudvwitl be enrolled by their regular' '"pri· mary care" dUC"tor_ That doctor will al.o monit(Jr the pauent'a proareu and evaluate the effec· tiveneea of the treatment The pa tient rel{it<try will be developed through private phy111cian11, com munity clinica and the Harris County Hospital District. Like tht• Montru><e Clinic, HCRr>; will identify patients by number ratht•r than by name for confidentiality reallQn&. Patient>! will be i(i\'l'n an identification cardwiththeirpatient!Dnumber. In an t·mni(ent·y, 1he card will alert health care provider& that the patient ma)· be participating in dmical re.,1·an·h Htudit'8. The <"ard will ali•o pru~·ide an emer11:en cycuntat·tnumbersu.inant·mer i(ent'Y. HCR!" pt·nonnelcanidt>n tify tht• pnmary c11te pm\'iderand dt•tttmint> whi<·h prut1ic-ol. ifanv tht• patit·nt may ht partu·ipati,.;g in. Though HCR.1' and the pa· tient's primary care phpician will ha\'e accea,; to identit~· by name. the information will nut be aecesa:ible by any other agenc) Kerr said Torepresenttheneed1andC'(Jn cerns (Jf the patient population. the research group is forming a ·Community Ad,·isory Forum· This board will be made up of rep· re><entati\'1!8 of various ori(aniza tion11 which pro\'ide service. coun selling or other support to PWAs on a regular basi11. Groups which have been invited to participate in an advisory capacity so far in dude the People With AIDS Coalition. Colt 4f1"a Trouble Fund. ACT L:P Houston. DIHA. AIDS Foundation Houston, the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard. Berinfl: St:rvicea Foundauon. Hou.,ton Gay l.A:'IJbian Po\iti<'al Caut·u11, Gay and Lesbian Democrat.II of America and Body P011itive A committee of reft-rrm11 phyt<i cian11 will aliw be asked to contrib­ute their pen<pl"("tive. and make rec·ummendations on the type of 11tudiea that an: needtod. Kt·rr aid Anthony Hall enters race for Congress City Councilman Anthony Hall formally 11nnuunn-d h1>1t·11ndida t"Y Thurt<da~- for tht• ll--th Conl{rCa· sionallli><trit·t1<N1tlt-ltva1·11ntby thedcathofltl·p. Mickey l.A:land. Holl. iu1 uuorrwy and ml'mlK·r of City Coun<·il since l\lXO, lo,;ta 1971'1 runoff for tht•rongr!'a11ion11I aeat to Leland. who died Aul(. 7 in a plam·t:ra11h while on a famine­relicfm11111ion to ~:thiupia ""Allofth111pohtifnlC'Ommotiun in Hou11tun i11 from the traick death of our lnt-nd. ~fo·kt-y Le­land: Hall said. "In many, many way1 M11·kt•y ; 1rr1•placeabl<• . hl· hl"IPt-d kt-t·p hope alivt• h1•r1• .it home and around the world. Mi<·k e~·madeadiffen:nce,abigdifft·r 1·nt"l.' lie did hi1111harc and he did 'Now he's gone and w<· mu><t choose another. In 1!:17X, wh1·n Mitk1•y !..eland first won hill con l{Te.sional i;eat. tht• candidall• "ho did not win Willi me. Hall. who loo;t that rate to Le land. will now try to al{ain to win the 1wat. Statl• Sen. CraiK Wa1<h· infl:lun and i<tate Rep.Al Edwardio. both lfou11t(Jn democrats, eurlier announCf'd they would trv to t:t•.<f th1• popular Lt"land in {"un Ldand'11 wdt-. Ali><on, Muid wuli· t·r this Wt'1.·k 11ht• would not 11N•k t·lt"t.tion toth1• l\ou1<1-. hutis11ul-da 11tronl{t·ndor11t·nwntof('ityCoun t·ilmnn Hodnt•)' Ellis. Elh11.alonl( t1mt· frit·nd oltht· l,t•Jand11and11 form1•r uuh· toth1· l11tt-1·onicn·as· man.hasy1·ttu11nn"um·<·whethn ht· will (•nt1•r tht· run· 111111"11 d1••1s1on to 1·nter th•· ra,·1· m1•an1<h••ffiUHll(iv1•uph111a1·larj1t· t'llundl 11eat wh•·n hi11 term ends thi• y~·11r Furm1·r lmm111rati•m and ;\at11rnlizallun S1 rvit• Com mi1 •inner l..t'Qn1•l C"ai;tillo i11 ex pt't.·ted to campai11n for tht• at larjCC po .. ition ('a><tilloscrn-da11cuntrollerfor the cit_,. frnm l!J7:t-l\l77. whrn h1· h>,;tan attempt ntrl"-electiun. tic 111·rn-d at< I ;\S commis11iun<·r from Hll-lll·l!:IHI. and 11inn ha11 ht>t•n in \'Ol"cdprimarily in1•dun1t1on Hall iaoneoftwuhl11l"klltn<·it.\· widt· p<~itions on lht' 1-t-mt·mhn council. lit- was elK·tt·d in 197!1 to tht• lli11tnct IJ poo;it1on on council and 1n l~ltothrat·larl(epos1· tum_ He served in th1 T1·xa11 ll••U><e­from ~~ !171"1 Murder convictions in gay bashing reduced By ROBt:RT STRAND •. t._lol{J ... I ~Ar.; FRAN("JSCO !L:Pll-The California Court of Appeal Aug 25 reduced thelll!('Ond·dt·artt horn icide convicti'>n8 of thrtt youn11 Vallejo, Calif. men for the fatal '1ay ba11hing· ufa San Francit<C'(J man in 19M Thetriocurrentlyi1111ervingsen tent!'&uf 15yea111 to life. Bya2-l vote. theoourtmodifiedtheircon victiona to involuntary man· slaul(hter and direeted the trial judge to rl'flt'ntence them The decision meant the defen danUI would bfocumt- eligible for parole. They are Timothy Whitt-l6. and David Rol(eni and Donalrl Clanton. both :za They were among liix acquain tant·t:H who. havingmt't in \'allt•Jn. decidedtogotoSant"ranci11cofor the purpoBe. according to one wit nes11,ofgay bat;hing A \l:OO p.m. in the Polk Slrt>t·I di11trict. a favorite area of guy men. two men walking along the strttt were acco;;ted by four of the Vallejo group, one of them ahout ing homophobic cpithct.H John O'Connell. 42. suflered two blows and fell to the pave­ment. The medical evidem·e wa11 that it was the fall. not the bluw• that prodU~"(..i th1· t"(·rt·hral trauma that csu11t-d do·11th. It al>10 de\'l'] OJ>ed thut O'('onnell wa11 mwxi ca1t'<iattht·ttn1l" Thecourtmajor1tyt111idthatfor a set•ond-clt•gn>t· murdt·r convic· tion the d1·fi-ndanl8 muMt knov. th<·n· w1111 "a high probability that th<·irt·ondul·twouldrt'f<ultin d<•nth AM a mattt·r of law. the 1·ourt said '"th1•11triking of a J>t'Tt<On with one"11 handi; is nut an at·tinnih ing a hii(h probnhility ofdl'lllh' The <·ourt smd the attat·k M'l·med dt·arly motivatt•d by '"mindll• humuphohia" but "the cun\·1rti"n"of t .nd.d1·1{Tt•·mur d1"rcannot1<tand' Theincidentinspirt-di(reat<"tom muni1,uutragein l!!X4. Th.,cuurt 1<aidnewsreportt<.,xaggerat1-dtht· fat·tsbutthatthiafsctordidnotre­quin · achangeolvl'nue. 88 tht• de· ft.ndanu argued In a di1111cnt, Justice John W llolmdahl noted the dcfrndant.11 left the ><(:enc laughing and said lllfgravating circum11tancu in tht· ca11e11hould elt·,·ate thl"criml'to lll!('Ond-dt-grttmurdt•r. Thl" majority upini(Jn wa11 11igned b)' Justices John T Racanelli and William A r>;1·w>nm.Jr. Rivers runs on TllT. ' N k al 'Le b · F th ' about marriage vvomen s etwor s utes s lail oremo ers Don't look for Joa~ Rivers ~=-03W~~::·8= gt~ tAlp1cs. u well u many :!~~~~ro!:: =ir::=~:;:11.::; =:~=:a= togetmarriedaga1n.··1 d1nator othera,weregeneratedbythepar- umsforwomentAlest&bllahaoon goodbyes otrens!vetot.hoeesufrerlJlgtrom don't have to;· says Rivers, The Montroee Couneeltng cent.er ttcipante In the AUS- 9 necuon with at le&St a few mem- In closing. I would ll.ke tot.hank AIDS and. tAl thoee who are noc. If whose husband, Edgar women'sNetworklsproudtohon bra.tnst.onrung811S81on.Thegroup bersofthegroupb8forele&v1f141'.for allt.hoeewarmandgitt.edwomen Trudeau wu t.rytng to make a Rosenberg, killed himself or our local lesbtan f"oremot.here oons1Sted or women who had at.- th" sverung who 80 pneroual,y ehared the1r polnt.beoartalnlyoouldhaveuaed t~?I;:a::r;~o~ppy in my ~.::mrr::r:~: :.w;i;::n:h:e::~n:: "'l::':~ :AA~~ v:· ~':,~n=1:a~:1::amei: 90 :e= and there JMybe business. I support my- will ah&rethalrberstorteswtthus reoantly and eome who were 1\6\"r· form1ng rltuals,cre&Ungal.eeblan oome a pa.rt orwomen'a Network. AIDS patlentswtlllngtoteetdrugs self:' aa pioneer Lesbians In Houston to Houston and hadn't yet pe.rtiCI· SeN1oes Dlrectory, group partJCI· every seoond and fourth Wedne6· to help l"lnd a cure, but to infer, Rivers, in an interview ==r~":ii''=:~:e~ ~::na:sma:iwr::n·~g~P :i~~n toat~=~crt ~:;: =r~~~o~~~=~ :=Hr:~::i:1:°: to be aired on ''A Current f'rom L.0.A.R, I look forward. to an were pre98nt. whlch enabled us to mothers and their children. ad aha.red vlston and a oollective ef- and. uncaring I wonder lfTrudea.u Affaii,'saysshedoesn't IMlning rich wtth local lesbta.n diaausatheroleofthenetworktn dresatnglBSuBeofelderlylesbt.ana fort,wewtllsurpaasourfondest. wouldhavawrtttentheaamestrlp even like dating. lore and personal oo=entary. rel&Uontoothergroupeweex· andlesblanSofoolor.andthecrea (lrea.mS,andhaveagre&ttlmedo- lfhewasoneoftheun!ortuna.te "I'm dating and J find it both touching and humoroua..u: changedldeuabouttoplcaand!or- uonofa.nor1glnalbannerormur&I ing ltl ollflll sufrertng f'rom AIDS :y;~~~~~:~'tf;:i~~y;eres- CU::~tf!::U.!cin:;::: ~t:1w0~°!r~~~ :::=:1:!:=:0 : - Doonesbury not at~~:~=:~= corts by name. "I hate it. I !ldarCare.led.byapanelo!women beoomemoreenrichlng theeeldeaslliustnLte.theenergy1n funny suchastr1pc1cazftca.lltta .. oom hate every minute. I hate whospec1A117.etnworkin41wtththe Pa.rtlctp&ntl!l lltrongly ex the group waa high From BCXYI"I' MARLOW '° .. etr:lp bec&u8e there waa noth eatingbreathmintsall ~~~11~:'8~aw:'1or: ~~~=:; Letters ~1~;;'t0~~i: ~~=~====\~at=~~:': ni~7!~rs says romantic :;1~1:e:U:~:i1: =~r~~1:!i1n:S: to the ~ ;: ;:_~::=== ~~:H=~=~~:= ~~=i~su~h:n~~~s;i~:~\;~-;·~:e ~!de::e.;,~rw:iaa=.U:: ~P~: =he!~ Editor ~~:: ~=nt~~:~·:= :=u!i-~a~~ and shudders and the willies." ve~;v~;:v~~~=~~~t·~.~~t- Conference to include 48 workshops ~~~~e~es:t"~~~~~~ :~!k ~ro:au;:i ~Leeb~ ni:: ~~~=1~~~ =~e:;~~t~;:;~: wake of her flop on the Fox workahope are planned ror the 8BC' Mootouton1.eeungs, UnlBILrJUngRa- exchAnge"" for groupe to swap bro-network. ondannualCl'B&UngChangaConfer- clam ror AcUv1uea and Combllttng chureaandothermateMala We're working to bring you a real newspaper. enoe. to be held In W8Bh1ngl.on. DC Homophobl& on C&mpus Moat oonferenoe actJvttlee will on Nov 10.12. Theworkahopewlllbe 'The Cl'B&Ung Chang& Conference t&k8 plaoa at the Holld.ll,y Inn In orgaruzed into Six U'aCka to addreee 18 the annual oonvanUon for !1!16btan BethBeda. Md. nB8J' downtown Wash campus org&nlz1ng. org&n1z.&11onal &ru1.cayactMat.eworkingforpollU· tngton,O.C.Thllevantw1llbell00!!881 lasuee, legtal&Uve lssuee. llltlll buUd cal and eoclll.l challge st the local. bleforheartng!mpatredanddlaabl8d Ing. Issue org&niz1ng. movement stateandnauonalleval~aaldUrvaahi llCtlvtsUI bullding and pollucal qul&Uons for V&ld. NOllT execuuve d.lrector 'nl1a Wtt.hCl'B&UngChange.therewWbe the lesbian and gt,)' rlghta fllOV9' year'aocnfsrenoswillfeature a pre-V!!teran"a Day ment.Asped.alone~pre-confer a 11'\de arr-.y ofworkahope dsmonetratlon In The Montrose :::'~':':.:=\: ::..:':':~":::::'. ." "' •111ona1 : -;:; ;:. ..~ .,: Nc;;o~kshopll Include Organ1z1n« The 1989 oonferenos .ru1 Gay :!tary'1anU.p,,ypol- Voice. A4&1n8tVk>lenoe.~llenandI.eeb1· include keynote speeches by Community Pllrry -uuna w111 =~~~=-1:; =~vi~'!:°= •oHa t>ethe~spMJl To subscribe or to advertise in the Montrose Voice, just call 529-8490 Published Every Friday FRIDAY >EPTEMBER 1. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 3 After Hours on KPFT celebrates 2 years on air ronunuo-d trom pajl't' I ·we'd tdl tht•m. Tm ht•rt' on h\·1> radu.oandl'dlikl'l<Ht11kyou. ·and they'd11ay 'What'.'Th1111a pnn1tt" hne. ~-ou can't do th11? Jt1hn11t11n Pa11t11hu"" h11\·1·11h1omdudNI an mu•rvw" with 11 gay Houston Poli(:t' Ut'partnwnt uffin·r and taμ..·11 ofm1l1.,1tont• E·Vt·ntH in g11.y and lt·11hian Am(•rinm h111tory. culh>d from th(· l'udfit·o Foundit tion·11 arrhivt'!I in l.011 Angeles The hi1<torit• ta1~s.mn11toften rt' quesu·d for rt~broadta><t. mdudt'CI both the 1!179 und l!l!\7 Martht'S But who don h11tl'n to gay and lt"Sbian radio at that hour· John11lon>1a1dmo11totth1·mailrt· cein·dfnrthl'tihm• i11fromyoung !X'<>Plt' ... tt~·nujlt•111oryoungadulta grappling .. -1th l~•mmgout for tht' finst t1mt'. Othi-r .. fani1" indudt· TexW1U-1·partml"ntofCurre..:tion11 mmau·s. oldt·r 1(11\ m1•n and lt•11l>1 ans, out·uf·town1·r11 v111itml( llou11· tonfortht-fi111tt1mt-,and1>t-<>pll·in 11malltuwn .. .,.·ithnol(ay11ol'iRlf.>n vironmt·nt.Tothl'lll'Pt'UPkmany ofv.homan·total.,tr11nger11totht• Montro11(' bar 11et·ne. community organization11andotht·r11ctivit1t·M m011t Hou11tonl(ay11takl'for grant ed, John11ton iM a ll'ader und roll' model. He HJ the man with tht• voiC1',whodare11tocomeintotht·1r lonl'ly. dOH\"tt'll curn('TM with thl' 1><•wl'rofradio and. Bli onl' letttt wrut>r put it. makes them fttl normal for two hour!'I a we-ek" Though Juhn11ton claims the lt-adt'r11h1p position wa11 unplannt'd and is 1;umellmetJ '11rnrv:·ht-i11notafraidofventur- 1ngmtnothl'rarelll! of outreach. on hii; own or with "show in tow"' A rail.\· on theanninr11aryufac tivi11t ll ar11l'y Milk's death was )IJ)<>n11ort•d by "After Hours"' last fol1Thoughthet-\·entonN011.27, l!IKk. Willi not well attended. a llJX'(·fh by a 17-yl'ar-old 1i111.ener who had just et>me out broui:i;ht u·ar11 IO the t·yeli of the ~eal:Klned al·tivi11W there.Johnston said Tht· mo11t difficult 11how11 he has had to dn ha\·e dealt with death. and Hying i;cood bye to frien<hi and 11upport•.'l1!, John11ton said l'k-cau"'°thl'11huw'sthemeis""Ci'I t"bratmg lift· in the heart of Mon­tro1; e:· Johnston said he Bl finit tried to ;l.\"oid the i11sul' of AIDS and itiJ dt"VBlltation. That. ht" lound. was 1mpos11ible. I on~ had a call on the air from 11ome..inl' v.ho said. Tm d) mg in 'IV.elvt· Oaki; H0t>pital and myfamilyha11tumedtheirbacka on me. lju11twantt>dtoletthem know that I still love them."' How do you follow 1;omcthing like that?" Johnston said Ironically, theprogram'saudi t-nce does not include the group Budd_\' J,,h'llltull and Jun Carpn tllff'rfam 2.-Q0.4:00 a.m. each Sunday mom11111u1/h Afttr H~r" thatJohn11tnn fi111t t"nv1111oneda11 m~'llinj( sut·h ttn outll'I Wht'n I fir11t thouJrhl of the 11how,ltold!Kl'f<'Tprogramming) that cominl( homl' from the bar alone wa11 tht· lunt-lil'llt fttlingin the world. That'll what I remem bered I wantl'd to do a show thatpeoplt•t·nuldli11tt'ntoafter leavinJ[th1•horM. I found out later that (moflt of) tht• poople in the bar11 ju11t carj•_ ' Thl' 11how is now gt"art'<f ll an audiencethati,.intl'rt>t<U'<fmboth radio and ("Urtl'lll al!a1r11. ,\) thouf{h it is a gay pn.>trrom. Johnston said the)· oftt-n dNtl with other current illl'Ut.'11 in rela tion tothegaycvmmunil.\' "After Houl'!I:· along with Wilde 'N' Stein" and "Break through;' make up KPVJ"s llou11 ton Gay and Let>bian Radiotrilo· gy. Each show has it.II own fot·u11l-d audi1·nn-, and t'ai·h it.I l>wn me. •n1ot1•. Juhn~ton 111ud anyone with 111>ml"lh1ng to 11ay whowanll!I to be on tht- 11hov. i11 welcome. talented or not. The only requirement.11,he 11aid.11rt'thatKuet1t.11becommitted to tht• movem1·nt and open enough to howtht•ir idt•o11 challl'nged W1·'rt•tryinJ[toreachoutloB8 mnny J[ruu1>~ as wt' can; John11ton •tatt'll THRF benefit will honor Craig Washington ~"':"'rperlodafolawthedle- Meeung& &re held trom 6:00 p.m. to700pm1nCOnfarenoaRoom 126 at the VA Medlc9J Cent.er. 2002 Holcombe For IDOre in!ormauon. contactJuan1t&COlaat786-7456 -Women voters 713-659-4998 Lab y Cookout Monday Sept 4th 1-3pm CLUB BODY CENTER 2205 FANNIN Auonwy.'>aroh lfrdduiJit•mu·Mo ll/f'C'IOl,llU<'lfa///'w('h,,,f'f' ('t)(l/1tm11rall)·So1urda.\ theAmerlc&nRed.C'088.Sarlf1'C&ra Center&n.d t.haPWACO&llUOn&reas sUJUng by recrult1ng volunteer d.Mv are. ~IMUt8 lnClude. val.Id Tena drtver'• liofln1111 ( oparuore) pan.11::1~n In defena1vet11'1vuig c1&MM &IT&nCOd by t.h8 Red CroM, and p&l'Uc:lpaUon 1n Red croes CPR clal'llN9.IJabUltylllBW'&n08!ort.h8 d.Mvers 18 pl"OV1ded by the Amancan Red.en:.. PerllOrul !ntllrest.ed.lllV'OI· W'lt.aertne1 iayoallthi!C&raCentarat 520-7(Y>'(), th! D&11um at522- 6428 -Nam.ea Project TheHoueto11Na.m11Pro1'1ctwillhold anaucuonat7:X>p.m '.' .2 need1n4 aasl.8t&n08 tbeparklnglotofthetwi.. .... Ft. fWl· wllJ'I o ~ nc a worbhop can 1lJ4! Compan.y The p!.bl1c 1nvtted. :iont.act the nearest. otl'loe 1n Tena Donatlon8fort.heauctJOnwtll JGac &n.dOklahotna- lnHauaton.thellJb. oept8d through Sept._ 1- regional otnoe 18 LOC&ted. at The Unl· Thef'n:U8Ct'slaatfundr&1all;aga.- vermt,yofTeueHaaJt.h801eI1080l9n· rage&&lelaat~.Au«6.• ter at HO\lllton School of Public Ha&Yllll. ra.!-1 '968 Healtb. phone 7'94-40'78 The""BlgnlnMQuiltpane.lth.atwtll .nTe:xasanc10klahoma.1tl8flBU ba Included 1n I.he nauonal Quilt dla- mat.ad there &re over 280,000 health pla,ywtllbaava.llableforsigiungm pro!flMlonala Approx1n'lately 66 n&mell at 600 p.m on !!&pt l at paroent of ~ pncucing hM.lth Chut.1111; at 9·00 p.m. on Sept. 2 at profe6alonals oompleta::l their t.N1tl Rlch's;at3:00pm.onStlpt3atMar- ngba!ore the tirstAI06pat18ntwas y's,at6c00p.m.onSept.8 - · - a d.lalJl~!nthetrst&t.I postandat800pm -'Jll.- Bat • -Choice rally ~~aiJlinfl Center ~~ Jt ~~~ed ,!= The A106 Regional Ecluo&Uon and Aug.<l61nirupportofabo11.1onr1ghta Tra.ln1ng C.entar for 'I8xll6 and Okla The r&ll,y waa sponaorecl by the home haaoompleted \tal'lratye&rof Choice O:l&llUon, an al!lanot ofpro­operatton and ha.a recalv&d chololl org&rUZllUona and actlv18ta, '997,169 1n oonUnuad fundln8 for a lllld was endol'f:led by along\lSt.ofhu· 911DOiidye&r,lll\1nCI'Mljllof24pel'- man Mghtagroupsand&dvocat88 oent over le.st. year's fund1n4!:- The The Houetcn a.,y and Leabian Pol!U pl'Q)llct.18oneofl3oantartfundedby ml C&ucua wae a 00ilpoll80r of tbe tbe Health RBeouroee &n.d SeMOlle claroonatratlOn. lllld mamb8re of aev Actm1nlstl'aUon of the U.S. P't1lllc era! other Mont.roe1 groupa p&rt1d Hea.LthSBrvtoa. pated. MucaUonal actlvtUea, progr&IJla Sarab Weddlngton. the plalnuir's and workshops ~ nve att.ornllY in the landmark '"Roe va IJllb-reglona oovertng Texaa &n.d ~~-8r.~ ~the~ J';: Oklahoma haw prov11!8d ~ Q•HUOtl itaaUwereorg&ruzed lnr&­al opporturutle6 for mo 'II tll8oll 9JlOll8e to the united &.ate Buprema 22.000 health prol"emional&. A~ Court'• acuon tn the oaaa "'Websulr enoee 1nciuOa phys1c:1ans, nurses, va. 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Conuenient to: Bus line Shopping llospitals Efficiency, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms Come See The New ... ~ QREENWAY PLACE 3333 C11mmms 613-1034 BETTER LAUJTIS & yARDEns Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape -Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estimates 5est Prices s2a~LAUJn ' MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I. 1969 Evangelist ordered to psychiatric hospital lhJl !'\t: l'Ht::-iTO:\ CHAHLOTn:. :\ l (l"Ph Embat tlt"d .. ~·•n1o: .. lia1J1m Hukk .. rwaacom· mmt"d tu a Pf'Ychiatric h1>Sp1tal Thunday 111'tt'rh1•lfl")'l'f!lndp11)· l·hu1trial1111<lht'ht1d,.ufft•rrdanen vuHbr .. ukd•"·namJ .. -a,.hallunnat '"B' akkt•r w1u1 It'd 11"11\ frnm the l' S IJiMtri<"tl'o1,1rt in handl·uff11 Mr.H11kk..r.attht·pn·~t·ntume,i11 manufol·t1,1rin11 t•\·1d1•nn of11everl• pMyrh11<tnr. tmotinnal f(•jl'.re1111ion:· hi11 pMyrhtutnMt. Ur HaMil Jal·k11on ufM1t"auk1·.-••11d "Wht·nlletth1m lO minut1•<1Jo:o ht·wa~ l\·m1rin hi$ atturnt<y'poftin·m thl' ktal po>Mllion .. -nh hiM twad undt·r tht·<:outh Ja<·k••n11<1dHakkt·rM1llen-dato­tal 1wn-ouM hrt<akdown WE'dn1'tlday altt<Tll"ltn1 ... tt·Mllf)'lllKllKainMt him rollai-i un the w1tnen,.tand Hakkerna~hrdtuthe•1deolw1tn .... Su ..... :\1·!.on, fr\l tuh111 knt"e9, took hiahandand prayed rorh1m ,.,..terda~-. ht' .. , .. act"·el\· halh1· cmat1n1o:." ,J31·kMOn •aid Mr Uakk .. r r .. ported "ht'n h .. It'll th• counhouM·.uddenly thepwipl .. out •id .aokontheft°muffr1j!'htt'nmw amma\•.,.·hk"hheff'lt"·eret...ntnn dftll•t>y•n(lhim·· Tht' pt'<>plt· Hakkl'f fa<"t'd out><1de the rourtht11.1.M' .. -,.r .. n·VQrtt·rs.pho­ltJjl'. raphersnndtdt•\·1•i••nfilmc-u·w11 from around tho· world Bukk .. r did nut 111•1iear m court Th1,1r,.dayfor11e<•mp<•t1·n•·yhearing 11nd Judiio· Holwrt l'ultt<r orden'<i mnn<hal11 to Jo:<> K•·I him. They hroulfh\ him to th1· n>urthouHl·. hill hnnd>< 11hu1·kl1.,I by hund1-ufl><, and plnt"1 .. t him 11111 holdmwnll "Th111 uurJ>TO><."l-durt· am1u .. h11l said. ·wewilltreath1mnodifferent than anyone ela.. He mu•t hr handcuffedandhemu1tbt-heldma cell" t'or Bakker. who hu never even bffn arret<tedon atrafficcharg ... 1t wa~thefintttiml'hehadever .. ·orn handcuff1andthl'finttt1mehehad everbffninacell Three houre later. mflrahalH t<><>k Bakkerfromthe('('lltOl'ltf!rfortht· th .... ·hourdri~·ek Butne .,.-h .. reh• will underl(O aμr.\·ch1atm·e,al1,1a twn 'l'ht'} puMhed him ml.<> th..-- wh1 dt·h"'dfin<tBakker .. ·a.dear!y ,,._ wilder..d Whyarethe}·dnmKth11tnme hea><ktodHllh .. w1111pu><hedintothe lfokk1•rha><rehl'<luntheadv1l'eof h111 /;:.!-yt·ar-old lawyt•r. Gt"l>fjoi:t' ll ~111. ~me.• ht>< indictmt·nt 111 l>t·..em bt:ron:.!4t•uunt><offt'<lt-mlfrnud1md ljoi: fro'lltht'Wll.)' ht ra, VrI. HepTl'\'t u11l3 w1111reprt'fll•ntt.odhy famed mal l""'Yl'f f\frh-m Helli, al•o 1':!.butllavi111o:ainedHakk .. r'•ronfi d1·m~ and con,·in<·l'<i him I•, dump Bell Hakk .. r'• tru~tinj( nntun-•ume rnllhim1o:uUibl-llawD11n><11re,1t rnOut·nn· over him. ,Jark,.un wn" hrou1o:ht m to<·oumt-el Bnkk..r a"a 1,.;yl·hiatri><t Barney Frank fights for political life l'rimmo ".Hy I.EU!" DANIJ<:J ~OM IHI M01'11"'--t \<JU. WASHI:'\C;TO:\-·H .. p. Harney }<"rank. the Mm•&a1·hu11NU1 Uemt~ c-rutfii;rhbnl(forpolitlca.l1urviva1. l'l>ntt<nde ht• JM tht• only one who aufl..red frt>m the ri11k ht took in tf)·inKtoht·lpa.malt•prolltitolt'af tt•r havi116(1wx with him Frankcouldturnouttobeve11· wmn11: ahout that Hth•· IK'llnrlnl ultima1 .. ly..--.;111t.11 him hi11 pohtirnl lifr, tht· nation will huv1·lo11t11 lilM•n1l lawm11ker wholiiu1o:htt<tlt'l·liwlyforminori llunndth .. poor. ~·rank ht<nt hi11 t•nt•miu to tht pu1wh by a"kin11the l lou><eethi('ll rummiltt'C l.<J 111\'l'><tll(ale the wholt· m•·81!y hu,.in..u. Thllt was II Jo:<Mid tal·tit', but it pruhubly n·quiro.,I ll'llll !X"rll<>nal l"<>UTHK .. thnn Frank diMplayed in WK7 w h1·n ht· publidy di1Kloeed hia h"mOBt·xuaht~ It alsc .,..,.. aound for Frank. a -1~-)'t<ar Jlar,.ard-trained law yei: to acknowledge quickly that he wru1 guilty of ><ome stupid be ha~·ior and appalling judgmenL lie admitted fonhrightly that after a sexual liai1mn with Ste phen Gobie he pot the convicted IK'X and drug offender on his per Ilona! payroll and mo\·ed him into hiaCapiMI Hill home todohuu11e hold chore!! :Anybody whoknow11 me knows I don.tdowindows:· sniffedGobit•, who daims that when Frank wa11 away he used the hou11e to run a Rt'XM'rvlCf'. A11it turnsout,Gobu.-wantstu write a book about it all ao th<'re maybemoretothissordidsaga Hut there's already enough on the rOCQrd to indicate Frank vio­lated a Hoose rule requirinK ton Jrrl'llHmt-n to act "'at 1111 times in a manner which shall reflect credit ab]~· on the Hoo;;e"' All lawmaken1 have at lea11t bentthatruleandsomehavewith impunity smashed it to smither Ju><tlci' and faunt· 1 probahly will tM· betit st·r.·erl if the t•thk.. panel aimpl~- trie. I.<> dt<tl·rmint if Frank'• private t'lmdu<'t has inu.•r ft•red wuh his ollicial duties or ad· n·nieb· artt<cted publit· polil'Y Frank'• politital 11urv1val ulu matel}·maydt·pendonhi.eron11tit ut•ntll. l.a11twt>i:kt'ndatFall Ri\er he walked. 11ubdoed and un><mil 11111. fortwomilt'8inaparodein full vie""· ofahout 100,00llofthem Hey·, Harnt<y:· some shouted We'rt'withyoualltht'way An nngry v01t·t· warm_'<! new11 photoirruphen1 crowdinfl: Frank I.<> '"lf'av .. tht•guy ulon('' Thert• Wl'rt' only a few tnunUI andmufflt-dlxwM The W8.11hingc.<m Timt'S. the con l<t·rvatL\'t' nl' .. -11pa11erwhit'h broke the><tandal11tory.opim>dtd1torial ly that Frank "harbored a ratht• frt>flty indifft'rt'nCt< to tht-dt·men ta11· moral 11tundard11 tu whi<"h public- leHdl.'rt1ooght toadht-rt• Hut that nt·w11pal>t'ni'• rt<adl•r11 don't votl' m Ma 11.rhul<•·tt.11 Fourth l' igm ma! lli11tri1"'l. when• Frank ii' hi1o:hly n·tcnrdt-da11 a Bfl''''Y lawmakl"I" ..... h,_ H>tmf[ recordi,..-.n .. 0:1ht·rr.:>11tliho:rnlin Cnnl(r~. Fra.nkprowdhe111nota\ibt-ral ufthe knLoe-jerk 111·hool wht·n ht< at ivl.'ly aupported 1mmi11Tatiun re­form lel{iAla.tion that m•Jt;t lilwralM 11hunm-d. llt·oppo11esdn1ry11ub11i dit·s whu·h help hold Hou><e lkmo­tr11t11 tug .. ther. Few lawmakt·rs hnn• fought hard1•r n1o:ainMt fundinK tut>< in publi<· houi;inii for tht• !><><>~ St>l!-stylt•d "pri.~life" oppomentll ofho1hahortionund«hild-fl't'dinl( programs1<ufh•rt·d Frank'11hiting wit whn1 ht· comml•ntt'li. "Sure th .. )·'r•· vro--lift<. Tht·y bdit•\'t•that lifrhi·Jei1111at1·01w .. 1,tionnndt·nd11 at birth Frank hlUI put his political life in tht·hands<>lthe .. thini pand. So wht·ther he 11ur.·ives is up tu hi>< pt"l"'R. wh( alaoart' rlawt'd Frank defends his relationship with prostitute NEWTO~ MaH 1L:Pll-Rep Hurney !<'rank. D-Ma.M.. con· firmed thM a male pr011titute he hired aH a pen1vnal aide u11ed his 11p11rtment tv run 11 ~l·X·for·money bu11int'8'1, but in11iHted Aufl:- 25he w1111 unuwareofthe11ctivity and firt-d the man when he learned about it J<'rank,49.11aidhewas··ronned"' thing but my p1:rMonal mnnt'\ The Wa,.hington l'oi<t n·1><>rt•·d Saturday that Goh1t· w111 c-unvkt ed of three felonit'll, indudinf[ oral sodomy and p0Hsea1<ion of ,.,~ ca.ine.inCi1tu1tCourtmAlt·xan dria, Va., in 191"2 The Washinj[ton Timt•11 quott·d the man as eayinll'. h1• arrun1o:t·d for }<'rank tohavedi11wunh'dundfrt"-' by th .. ma.I .. pm11titute. He 11aid he sex with othl.'r male 1>ro11utott'll in mt't tht• man. idt·ntified ae Steve exchange for ulll.' of tht· lnwmuk Gohie, throu1o:h an t'SCC>rt 11ervice er'a apartment. !<'rank r111tly dl' about thrt't! )'t•ar11 ago and paid to nied that thargt' have1M.'xwithh1m J<'r11.nk 11aidhelatt>rhiredGobie IUl a penmnal aidt>, u11in1o:only per· .cinal fund11. be<'aul'I(' he wanted to help rl'habilitate him }<'rank said ht' paid him about S>ro.000 a yeaT. 'I madr a mi•Judgmf'nt:· said Frank. ··1 thought I was going lo be a liberal who got involved di· redly with an individual who nft'ded hf'lp. that I had an individ ual who ... aa goinR to get help­and he c.<,.,k mt·' Frank. l'Onfirming- the main partsofa11toryprintt•dawttkago in The W1111h1ngton Times. said af. terhiringGobie,belaterlt'arned that the man wa11 u~ing hie a.part mentto-runaprostitutionring.At that pomt. Frank said. he fired him The new11p11per reported that the male prot1titute, who uaed the plM'Udonym Greg Davia. provided hom011exua\ and hilll'xual prosti tution services from Frank'a apartmentfromla.te-19!'!5through mid·l9Si. Frank ll8id Davi11"11 real name w1111 Gobie "I will c-onfl'llll to ha~·ing >1hown poor judgment as a aocial worker m that rt11ard and to having been conned hy thi1guy:· Frank toldre­porteTP. ·it never involved any ·His suggl·Nlit•n that ht• waa procurin11sexpann .. r11furmt•iMll. lie;· Frank aaid. Frank. who pub­licly revealed bi.i own hom•,.;t·xu ality in 19k7, 11aid he mt't Gobw a.bout thn't' yeal'li a110 throujl'.h an paid for M"Xual r.·it't'tl with him and then ended thl• llt•xual relation11hip when he hm-d Gobiea11a pen1ona.l aide Ht• 11Hid Gobie wa11 a housekeep­.. r nnd c-hauffeur and was not paid withpubhtmoney.Hesaidhewns paid $20.000 a year. At the time. l'rank11aid,hetriedlopen1uade Guhw to abandon his work as a pro11titult' ill' led me to believe that he agre.t>CI with m<'." Frank sa.id Wht•n hi11 landlady informed him stran11l.'rs were uaing hi11 Wa11hington apartment, }<'rank 11a1d he confronted Gobie. disoov l.'red the man was using the site for pro11titution serviC'l:'t; and tired h•m It began on a personal be.sis It became a fri..ndMhlp and ht< worked for mt;· Frank 11a1d of Gobie. "'Wht•n my landlady fig ured out what w1111 hapj)l'ning-a11 soon as ahe told mt· that the11ec­ond time-and I wa11 morally <'t'r tam myself ___ I threw him out •·tte was anl(ry. lit' thn•att·nt-d me with a varietyofretribution11 And appan>ntly, ht• finally dt•dd· ed the way to do that would bf' to go to The Washinfl:ton Times; Frank BHid 'In terms ofpen11>naljudgment. my thinking that I could be-t"ome a po11itivf' rule modtl for thia guy and get him to impru~·e bi11 life- -I have ntver been 11<1 wrong ahoul a penKln:· Frank 11111d. callinR hill actions "thebigf[et.tm111takt·that I have ever made.' In a h><:al te1t'~· .n mtt>r.·it•" Frida)·.Gobiewa.'<!lSkt'Clifht'anrl }<'rank .. ·el'(>!••\'e111.·-:-;o.lw·uuldn't c-ha.ratterize it 1111 that. We were very dOlil' friends'.' Guhie told WUSA. thl• CBS Wai;hington afliliak ··11 .. wa~quitet•nnmured of ml'. I"llputilthatway Frankah1on>n<'t•dedhi1111t"Xual rt•lation11hip with a mi1lt· pro"ti lUtt•wa11ilh•1o:ul "I will sa.y that in Wa>1hinl(l<>n, IH'. whel'(> thi11 happt·ned. it ia not a law that the puliCt.'payany attenti<•nto:'Franksaid .• 'lt1i;no•t a pnurity for law t·nforct-m••nt But, yes, I think in g .. nt'f'al I ha\·e a very good r..cord of olwyinll'. the Jaw_ hut I do1 't alwa~·s d'-' it IOOperl't'nt:' Short]~· afu-r Frank"• •m mt·nts. Houl<e Spt•aker Thom1 a Foley, D·Wa11h. pra.il!-l'd Frank"• record.nutmg;·'Thert'Lllnomon• ahlt'. arti(·ulatf"a.nd t'ffe<-ti~· .. m1·m her of the Hoo~ of Rt'prt'Sent1 tivt.'8 than Barnt'y Frank He hill< providt..:I out11tandin1o: llt'r\'it'etohi11t1mi;titU<•nc-yandth .. nat1on.andlamahso\utdyronf1 dt·nthewillc-ontinut•todosolonjl'. aftt>rthismattl•rhn11lw•mfor1lut· tt'n:· Folt•y 11aid Franki11on .. oftwomemb1:r11ol {'onjl'.rt·Bll who hw pubhd~- ar knowl .. dJCed his hom•.>11f'xoality The other. Rl.'J)- Gem-· StuddH, J) Mase .. was ct•n11ured in 9i'<.1 for havinfl: llt'X with 11. male..--.;•nirrl'll· 11unalpajl'.e Fin1t eleo;:ted to tht· Hou!W in !9HO. Frank. a more liberal mem her of{ 'un1t1"88, Aaid he inten'is to -run fora 1ixth te-rm m 1990. ·1 don't think th11t the mi.ejudg ment I made in my prwau- J!t' tall• for ree1jl'.na.tion.' heeai1 FRI )AV. SEPTEMBER 1, 1989, MONTROSE VOICE 5 Spouse abuse law to be tested in trial of lesbian We cover the WEST PAL\t lU:ACH. Fla (l'.Ph-A woman fllTu11ed in the death of her le.bian lovrr fan .. tri· al Monday in what iM bflieved to bf the nation'• fin<t teetof•poWJal abusestatutemby all'!llbian Lawyeu for Annt'tte Grt't'n. :30, plan to argue that 11he 11hot to death her lover. Ivonne Julio. 32. la11tyearbf.l:au11t>Juliophy1ncally and mentally abullt'd ht>r during tht'irll·yt'arrelation11hip The SlH·alled battt'red 1pou11e syndromt• ordinarily ii u11t>d by womt'n who are abu11ed by malt' lover11 thl•y claim ttwy are power leaatolt'aVt' 'Thi111.11ant>w11111ue: NewYork L:ni,·e111ity Profe1111or Holly Maguigan. an expert on doml'lltic violence. told The Miami Herald 'But it illnotaurprising .... Thedy namice in a11ame-11ex rt>lation11hip are often 11imilar to those in a het ero11exual relation11hip'.' Maguigan. an expert on dome. tic violence. aaid this is firon Cfllle of ita kind in the nation Juliodiedofagun11hotwoundto theheadauffrr ed0ct.30. J98Min a trailerparkafteraHalloweenpar· ty and a fight between the lover11. Witneeee11 say they saw Green kickJulioduringtheparty.oourt.11 rocord1111how A11sistant State Attorney Hob John •n 1aid he dOM not believe Gr(lt'n, and plans to1ttkthedeath penalty if 1he is t"Onvicted He hati asked the ooun to p~ hibit tetiumony on the battered spoullt' 11yndrome when lmbiana are inrnlved, bf.l:auHeofthe lack of adequate N'tleatch. A ruling had not bet-n made on hiarequeel Intwocast'tl,malehomo.exuals attuaed of murdering their lover• haveullt'dthebatteredspouae1yn· drome for their defen11e. One wa11 .a.c. quitted, the other wa11 oonvict· Green told police Julio struck ht'r without warning and had beau•n ht•r at lt'811t 100 timt'laince they became lovers. Frienda 1aid theooupleargued frequently and thoee verbal 1pata often led to vio­lent physical behavior; the Herald •aid Defense attomey11 al.o claim Julio wu a cocaine addict They aaidGreen al110 had to1helter J ul­io' 1 twin 14-year-old daughters from a previous marri1ge. They 1ay Green and the twins were very close and the children'• welfare waa what kept Green from pack in11 up and leaving t he family'• trailer. The Green case went to trial ear lit>r this yeai; but a mistrial waa declared because the judge in· 'Houtopia' is a hit and miss proposition Hou ton !..in by :"\t:ll. BAUDE!t."i l'ht'f.foulr<_\'.,.,,. '"Hout<•1m1 11 lht<·hhikt·r·• Guid•· lo H·-ton··1111.h .. {'omf'd)·W·•rk~hup had i\11 l•pftlinit nil{hl AUK- :.!~ .. ·hirh"'u no mean te11t.t'<"1•idtt mKtht'yh11d11fullhnu1M"of:l()()and onh-~1 p.arkml{ .. polll. {'l""uTl'oftht'irp11.rkinl{lotdut-to t·ro111Brotbt> ... 'hankru1•tt·yandth .. rduo1.11lofthent>wo"'·nt'l'.tht-Btown Fuundatmn. to lt't Hw {'omt-dy Work"ho11cunt111u .. u"L11Kll.1-'lUHU delay m tht· ~mall. hot rntry way whilr tht· ca .. t r .. brnr>lt'd up l<1 th .. lm•tpoM1ihh· .. t'l.ind,d1dn'tl .. n\'t' m .. mut·h in tht· m<H><l for rnmt-dv Ju11t to mak1· ,.un• m)· mood hadn'tdoud1-<lmyjudlfml'nt.l1·1u1 \'IUll<ffl20pt .. •pl1·lkn1·wmtht·r<Ntm aftt'rw11rdH.ThevuU"'llH 1!1-Jthat fourorfivt"nfthr11kt·tl'heamthe nt'"" rt-vu1· "·nrktod cth11 out of a11 pr<>Xlm11telyl:,),]11¥Tt'e "lloutt>pu1" wa11111.rnnl{t'.lbt·r1•1a noutherwa)·toputit.Thrromt-dy didn't romt• from d•·VtT "nlinl{ Tht- laul{h"·"'·ht•n tho·y n•ffij•, were outof11hot·k.''1fn-ou1:·or1u11tto tally b1z11rr .. char1u·tt' .... lollf'fmr. lht'ttWt-rt"man)·o(thraek111d11of Jau11h11. l'hrl't'\'O•·"'lll1Vt'T)'lo>09t•lyht'ld toK•·th..rby th•·premi,...thatH .. u .. ton'apopular•1lt'8Wt'rt't"bt-.,...n b)· •·191\0 .... buttoht'vwwt-dbytht' pt1puh1"e"·1thanrxa1C1ft'ratt'dt')-r. Ont> 1ket<·h that workl;'C! for m1 "'Ill th .. oiwmn11, "'ht·rr IWOCUU· plN, on •·iaihn11. am·ndtod an A .. lrUll 1111m .. Tht· mt•n tnlkt'd balM ball. wh1l1· tht' womt•n W8kht-d 11 cuuplt· with 11 umqut· r.·ward 'Y"" lt'm: "Sht•hUKahimonth1•11trik111 and k•~~<'I him on th" bnlla' Sketthe11 on Magi(· 1 .. Jnnd. !\11tn1world.CluhA('111H'l11tlwhnt· a cht't't<Y duh •Lnlf<·r SK·rformt-d Runny S1di· .. alk11 m July'') and Mo\'i1·1'utrol, .. ·ht-rt·two11tudl'nt110f Wilfrt-d lil'llUIY At'nd1·my arl' cauKht11n1·akm11inlol\IM'fimdmo•· it' without payinll'. h1<d pn>m111mg B<'IUp11butdidn·t<h·hwr A"kt·t1·hahou1at'lubhmdk1Jll'1' ht-11an , ... ry·humomDhhut"·ound up "'llh no l'ndm11 YoHalk. a "'"If· mt"nt abuut 11 r11dio talk 11h""' hooot ,.·11.hnocallt'1'11.hl'camf'11l't'""'kmlf ut S..TOOflt'. wilh lfhoat. fr,.rn the pa~tundfuturt".1f1thtoo1memmure foc-u-ed and tho·artoril ft'aturm gin•• it bettt1' frhnn u 1h .. uld Thr ca11/ uf "Hout,,pia. A H•trhh1ken (;wdo· lu /fou/un,' now· p/a.•rnR '11 thr ('om00} Worhhop HouBlon in :.!tXl9. wh1·re the Astro­dom1 ·hub.f.ntorndown,it.1u11o .. a11 a mini 1t<1ral{e ,.-arehouae pKMt'. and mLtnHXI" chip11 and doll' proi.U· tult'll art' a sign of tht' timea: s 11po >f ,fa bad play. ·catonaGl1U1aStr..<. cur.'' 18 re•·it"wed h•· t"·ocrmca .. ·bo •pell out their inWrnal thuuahta. A ,.k .. tch IC'umplf'll' with •·ideol <f who on tht' weorkl'nd11 boun< aroundun11rubbt-rball1111 'Garanimala''iaal80CLt'wrl)dont'. Th1·•-a.taaa .. ·holf'nt't'<lt'daliult' morrrt<h•·annng. , ... Jbt-li .. •·l'afe" lht""11kt'tt·h•w1ll "·orkifnotun cercutbyhntl11~andrw11htim init:. Wnhoul apn•gr11mwanypic­tul't'll 1n thr l<ohb)·. I can't ici•l' natiH. but ,,..,, 1>erforml'l'a, both mal "·1th !un11 hair. w1-r1-cun11i .. wntly funny. The other two men and thf'l'f' women had their mumenui. and rmaurea..theylM't1lemtotht­ma1er1al1hey'llattain11< 1meofth11 ron11111wncy l>e..piWitaunevenquality.J .. ould au1111ettt ~mg "Houtopia:· Comt'dy, whstmakl'llualaughornot.iaaver y pen!Onal choice. Make your own de<'iaion Washington enters race for Dist. 18 seat In a i•urpri11l• mow Aug_~'> Stntl' Sl'n C'rnil( WaHhinw;ttm an nounl~od thol ht• w1ll run for tht• l'.8. Conw;n'llaiun11l ll11<t_ IX 1<t·at ll'ft vanmt by tht• dt·nth of Rt·p. MKkl'y 1.1•limd. Thl· .. ntry wn.i welcoml'<i hy Jil•\'l•rnl Muntrt•111' hum11nri11:h1><lt•ad1•uwhnhndt·x pres11eddisappomtm1·n111tWu11b­ingtnn' 1l'llrht'r1<takmt-nl8 1hnt ht· wuuld not run In t•Jtplnining h1a r.·vt·n<al. Wa1<hingtun 1a1d tht'rt' wua no on•· ellK" ccon111dt'ring th1• rut·e 'tha1lv.ouldbeablf'lt11leo1•pat n111:ht knowing ia m llhat polll· twn1: r\ftt-rlon)l'11t•ul111•11n·hinKand conn·n1atwn11 wHh variou• pt't>· pie whOM' judKmt•nt I tru11t. and who ht'lpt"d un·r1·nmt- m~· rt>fl111t· ant·t' . .I hav1• rt'l.'<lni•idf'nod m~· prt·\-iou>1d1•ci111on. l11mpur1<uinll' aM•at 1nl'on11rua:·wa11h11111ton 11aid 'Allufth1•polt'ntu1lt·11ndidatt'8 whu .. e n11me11 I havt• ht•nrd men tionl-d art' my fril'nd11 and ac quaintanct'M. T ht· V(lt1•r11willulti maWlydt'l.·idt'whoc11nhe11treprl'"­t1l ·nttht·minW1111hin11t1m.andtry toreplnl-etht'likuof<M1ckt•y1L..i.• land and !R1·p-• Barh11raJurdan That i11 how it t1hould ht> ... All pt'<r pleinthe!Mh('ungr1"Uinnall)i,.. trictarein •hot·k AILbave1uf· fered a great lou: hecontmued WatihinK{<m i11 bt•1n11 honored ThunKiay.St>pt 'ihytheTexa..Hu man Ri11hta Foundation for hill City Councilman Rodney Ellis placed Ellis in her would-be front runner slot. and boosted El­lis' chances. Leland, citinl( "pt>r aonal priorities:· announced Tues-day she would not 11eek her hull· band· a seat. She added 11he felt her husband would have wanted to be 11ucceeded by Ellie. a family friend Washington 1aid Leland'• statements were "npected Another announced candidate. 8tate Rep. Al Edwards, ill also popular in some liberal circlt'll and baa been openlyoourting1upport in Montrose from rommumty leaders thought to be in Wfl.llh ing ton'scamp The11pecialelectionon!\ov 7i11 expected to have far reachin11 ef· fe<:ta on the local political picture For one thing, the two Hou11ton City Council member• who 1reex pecwd to run, Elli1 and Anthony Hall, will ha\'l' to resign their council 11eats to run in the special race. (This fact had previously rai11edspeculationthat AlisonLe­Jand would run for the 11eat to "hold" it as a "caretaker" for the n·mainder of the wrm, au Ellia 7~~!~J.~n_;:ro.•R Wo.ahmRlQfl ret'f'ned eo.r/wr ~lo.U-m1•nl. ~o.uJ hf' u·1ll run for ~~~~~~ai: ~~egi7::1:~:!e:~~~ But the fact that W111hing-Wn track re<'Ord in support of human righlll iai<ues. partkularl)· in the latit -ion of the Texaa Leti:illla turt:. Hewaaastatedfa.,oriteoflo­cal 11ay political leaders in the rat·l'. f'\'t'n b..turl' ht' de<:1ded to en will either have to oonduct a lon11 di11tance campaign or reaign hia Rut Wa11h1111(t1m acknov.·ledged own aeat in theTexllll Senaw baa Wt'dnNday. Aug 30 that Alillon raiaedanintereatinthelocalpolit· Leland's endon•·ment of Houston ical implication& of that raCt'. volved had handled a ctuo mvolv ing the t ... in•when1hewuanat lom<Y News of Gay rigbta 1upporwrs aa)· thd cue will help 1how how dumeatic violence in homo.exual houae­hold1 ia virtu11ly the same u in hetel'09exual home. Montrose The "For the gay rommunny. do­mestic violence ill something we haveturnedourheadafrom."uid Paula ~ttlebrick, le11:al director of the Lambda Legal Defen11e and Educational Fund. a ll'ay righU! group. 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Listing ol the Special and Regular Events at Houstc · Ct it:. Resta1.rant! and Ot· · f Plac• •I Enter1anmeril wh1 :n ldvert• · n and d1strotx.ite lhe Montrose Voice We do our best to make this list as accurate as possible but there may be some errors Call the bar or restaurant to conltrm an event MOdill~ ·Arriba Cantina 99¢ Margaritas 4- ?pm -Club Body Center: $5 for 30 minute tanning session. $30 for 8 visits -Santa Fe Trading Co. 99C frozen Margaritas. 4-8 pm. Santa Fe Gold Margaritas. largest selection of imported beers and tequila -Scandal's: D.J Dennis McGinnis plays your favorite oldies from the SO's. 60's. ?O's -Scandal's: Open 11am, Mon-Sat. 12 Noon, Sunday -J Rs: Monday thru Friday. hors d'oeuvres 5:30 until 7:30 -S1bonc.y Club: Open Tuesday­Sunday. 8pm-2am. good presentation required -Thai Vtlla Restaurant Omner Daily specials. M-Th S 30-lOpm. F & S S 30-10.30pm -Thai Villa Restaurant Lunch: Thai Buffet. $S.9S. MF 11am-2pm -Thai Villa Restaurant Thurs-Sat Nights: Live piano -Venture-N Get It? Got It? Good'! -Venture-N Dancing on The Fars1de. seven days a week -Mommas Money S 1 Well & Domestic Beer. Monday-Saturday, 7am-1lam Mamma's Money 75¢ Well Drinks. Monday-Thursday. 9pm-M1dnight -Momma's Money: Happy Hour, Monday-Saturday, 7am-8pm -M1ssour1 St. Station: Open 11 am- 2am -Bacchus Happy Hour 4-8pm -Missouri St. Station Happy Hour pnces Iii 9 pm -Ousters C & W Dancing Dally -Ousters Open 6pm-2am -E/J's. 7am-8pm Happy Hour. 7am- 6pm $1 Vodka drinks. Beer bust 4- lOpm Monday-Saturday -E/J's: 7 Days a week. $1 Well drinks 1am-2am -Past Time Happy hour 12-Spm ·Pot Pie Restaurant. Free home delivery for pizzas ·R1'Marks Happy Hour 4-Spm -French Quarter Theater see ad this issue -Club Romeo Happy hour S-9pm -Venture-N Happy hour Noon-8pm -Venture-N Beer bust 4-10pm -J.A's: 3-in·1 Happy Hour opening- 10pm -Charlie's Restaurant Dinner and m1dn1te specials -Rock ·N' Horse Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am). Closed Mondays -Briar Patch: Happy hour tdl 8pm -The Barn Happy hour 11 am-9pm -S1boney Club: Dance to the hottest rhythms of Salsa. Merengue. Reggae, Calypso and Disco music on our two Marble dance floors. free buffet The Barn: What A Nellie Deli, 11am- 3pm. serving lunch Mon-Fn -Dusters. Beer Bust Sun & Thurs. 6- lOpm Mother's_ Play volleyball on the patio, Happy hour prices 7 days a week. 7am-8pm. Keok1 Kona sings & plays the organ, 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri, 2nd floor bar. Never a Door Charge -Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon- Sat, 7am- 9pm. Sun Noon- 9pm -Charlie's Restaurant: Open 24 hours -Galleon. Happy Hour ·111 8pm Daily -Santa Fe Trading Co. Open 4pm, 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails. $1.7S longnecks or happy hour price single well 111 10pm -Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs (ex Tues) -The Attic Open 4pm-2am Monday­Friday. 7pm-2am Saturday and Sunday, Happy Hour 4-Spm Mon­Fri. $1 well drinks -Chutes Beer bust. 3pm-11pm. 75¢ Vodka drinks. noon-6pm -Chutes: $1 frozen margaritas noon- 6pm, happy hour 12-lOpm -Mary's After Hours Thursday­Sunday -Mary's Happy hours M-F 7am­noon. 6-8pm, 11:30pm-1am. M-S Super Happy hour 9am-11am. $1 well & beer, always 75¢ draft -Chutes: Frozen Margaritas. $1.25. 6pm-2am. Happy hour. noon-10pm q.~ -Arnba Cant1na 75C tequila shots all day -The Barn- Cowboys in Action. 8-2 -Missouri St Station. Patio specials -Bacchus: The Gay Dating Game 8pm -Club Romeo TGIF Party S-9pm -Scandal's: Dance to the music of O.J. Dennis McGinnis -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -The Attic: Michael Ba1ley1Noel Eskew, 8.30pm-12:30am. Topless Waiters -Cousins: Drawing, 6:45, win triple your shoe size, Cousins & Company, 1030pm -Mother's No door charge. dance music by Phil Ware -Heaven soc well, cover -J.Rs: Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am -Chutes Cruise Night, happy hour noon-10pm, Male Stnp Night with MC Casandra Landa. cash pnzes. Hot dogs by Texas Aiders -Montrose Mining Co_ Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am -Brazos River Bottom Happy Hour. 7am t1I 9pm. Brazos River Band. 9.30pm -R1'Marks Live entertainment s~ -Rock ·N· Horse: Live band 9pm-1am -Montrose M1n1ng Co 3 m 1 happy hour 4-10pm, 25¢ draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am -Amba Cantina: 75C tequila shots. Brunch menu l 1am-4pm, $1.25 Mimosas. Poinsettias. Bloody Marys & Champagne all day -Cousins: Cousins & Company. 1030pm -M1ssoun St. Station: Patio specials Mother's All Vodka drinks & shots of schnapps 7SC. 7am-8pm -Dusters: 75¢ Schnapps all night -EIJ's $1 Well drinks 4-7pm ·J Rs: Pacific Coast Dancers 10:30pm -Scandal's: Dance to the music of Q_J Dennis McGinnis -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -The Barn: Cowboys in Action. 8pm- 2am -The Attic: Michael Ba1tey1 Noel Eskew. 8:30pm-12.30am. Topless Waiters -Bacchus. Houston's Oug1nal Party Night, $2 Margaritas -Club Romeo $1.7S Coronas. $1 schnapps -Heaven: 50¢ well 9· 11 pm, cover, OJ-Scooter Bearden -Mary's: Beer bust on the patio with Cindy 1-6pm. Leather Night -Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour t1I 9pm. Brazos River Band. 9 30 -Chutes Cruise Night & liquor bust 8-M1dnight. $6. SSOO Dash for Cash. 10pm-2am -R1'Marks: Live entertainment s~ -Bacchus: Pool Tournament. 2pm -Galleon: $1.SO Cuervo Gold Margaritas all day1n1ght -Rubie's: Free draft 7-10pm. "Rubies Presenta·· 10:30 -E/J's: Noon-10pm Beer bust, Dinners served on the patio at 5pm, $1 Well drinks 6-9pm -The Barn: Cowboys in Action. starting at 7pm -S1boney Club_ International Show Travesty -Momma·s Money: Happy Hour. Noon-4pm. $1 Well with 50¢ Schnapps 4-7pm -Arrrba Cantma Brunch menu 11am-4pm. $1.25 Mimosas. Poinsettias, Bloody Marys and Champagne all day -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestling, 10pm. Topless Waiters -JR:s ?SC Cape Cods. Bloodies. Margaritas & Schnapps Noon-1 Opm -Thai Villa Restaurant: Buffet $5 95. 11am-230pm -Galleon: Steak Night 6pm, Naomi Sims and Dyan Michaels Show 10pm -Rock 'N' Horse Bloody Marys $1, Live band 6pm-10pm. free hot dogs -Club Romeo: Hangover Blues. beer $1 2S. Bloody Marys $2. Barbeque and drmk specials. open 3pm -Heaven: Free well 7-9, free draft all night, $1 25 Corona all night, cover -Scandars Pool tournament. 1 pm, registration noon -Venture-N Booze; Beer Bust 4- lOpm -Montrose Mining Co_ Beer Bust & soc hot dogs 4pm-m1dnight. soc draft beer in a mug m1dnight-2am -Mary's: Beer bust 1-6pm, Steak night Spm, $3.SO for 10 oz ribeye and all the f1x1n·s -Chutes: Beer bust noon-11 pm. liquor bust 4-8pm. free food. Lube wrestling 5pm -M1ssoun St Station: Open noon- 2am, Summer Sunday Social. $1 well and 1u1ce dnnks. 75C:: schnapps, 3-7pm -Mother's All Vodka drinks & shots of schnapps 75C, noon-8pm, Male dancers 10pm-1am, Bar-B-Que on the patio Spm-9pm -Ai.Marks Open mike night 6pm t1I? -Brazos River Bottom: Steak Night 4.SO. 6pm. Happy hour. noon lll 6pm. Brazos River Band. 7pm M~ -Galleon: Best Crowd 1n Town -EJJ's: $1 Margaritas & Kam1kazees. Dart Tournament ?pm -Mother's: Beer Bust 25¢1mug or $1.50 60 oz. pitcher Miller Lite Draft. 6pm-1am -Rub1o·s CLOSED. Available for pnvate functions, reserve one week in advance -Montrose Mm1ng Co. 3 1n 1 happy hourJill day/night, SC draft -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestllng 10pm, Topless Waiters -Ripcord $1 Margaritas 9pm- 2am -Club Body Center· Lockers $3.25 noon-m1dn1te -J.Rs Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am -Galleon: Male stnp contest 1 Opm ·Mary's_ Bowler's Special Night -Chutes: Free pool, beer bust, 3pm- 11pm, Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght, happy hour noon-10pm -Brazos River Bottom: $1 longnecks. 7am-2am ..,~ -Mother's: All well drinks $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 ?pm -Chutes: Liquor bust 8pm-midnight. Drawing for portable TV, 10pm -The Attic: Talent Night 1n the Cabaret. Topless Waiters -Club Body Center- 112 price rooms & lockers. 7pm-3am Missouri St Station: Beer Blow Out 7pm-m1dn1te. $1 domestic long necks -Club Romeo: $1.2S beer -Venture-N· Free Pool 4-8pm The Barn Steak night, ?pm. $4.00, happy hour 9pm -Brazos River Bottom: Dance lessons with Brent & Jonathan, 9:30 -Montrose Mining Co. $1 beer bust 4pm-closing, Men at Work (male dancers) 10pm-2am -Galleon: Happy hour t1I 8pm. Star Search 10pm, cash prize and guest appearance Sunday -Bacchus: Pot Luck Night ~ -Chutes Steak Night, 7pm-10pm, $4.SO -Ripcord. $1.SO well all day -Rock 'N' Horse Schnapps $1 -Mother's: Longneck domestic beers $1, 8pm-M1dn1ght. Tequila Gold Slammers $1.50 10pm-2am -Montrose Mining Co . Nickel draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am. music of 60's. ?O's. SO'S -Club Romeo: Vodka specials -Missouri St Station: Professional and Executive Ladies N1te. 5pm Ill? -Ri'Marks: Corporate Ladies Night Out wt hors d'oeuvres, 4-8pm -J.Rs: Pacific Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm untll 2am -Heaven: 10¢ well 9pm-2am. cover, biggest Wed crowd in Houston -Rub1o's: Talent night ($75 first place). dnnk specials, dancing till 2am -Bacchus: Corporate Ladies Happy Hour. free hors d'oeuvres tll 8pm The Attic: Michael Ba1ley1 Noel Eskew 830pm-1230am. Topless Waiters -The Barn: Naomi and her ··1ove slaves· 10:30 pm, $200 cash pnze ..,~ The Attic. Michael Balley; Noel Eskew 830pm-12 30am. Topless Waiters -Rock ·N· Horse: All can beer $1 -Mother's: Male dancers & Shows 10pm & M1dn1ght, no door charge. burgers on the patlO 6pm· 10pm -The Barn Posse Male Dancers. 9pm-2am -The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons ·Ripcord $1.SO Margaritas 9pm- 2am -Club Romeo: $1.50 well drinks -Club Body Center Half price day noon-m1dn1te -Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headliners and Fantasy m Motion at 11 pm -Bacchus Steak Night. ?pm (you bnng the meat. we supply the rest) -J Rs 3 in 1 happy hour, $1.2S frozen drinks all day all night -Venture-N Free Pool 4-8pm -Mary's Club Night -Galleon. $1 buffet. 8pm -Brazos River Bottom~ Happy hour t1I 9pm. Brazos River Band 9pm, no cover. $1 domestic longnecks all day/night -Chutes: $1 Margantas ma glass all day/night, $1 M1chelob Dry -Montrose Mining Co. Happy Hour 4-7pm ($110well. beer). 31n 1 Happy Hour 4-lOprn, Longnecks (domestic beer. soft drinks $1.10) 10pm-2am. $2 beer bust 4-lOpm hG#Uld. """'pk-e4. Here's the BAR-ZAAR list places you might consider for drinking. dining and sensual pleasures. -Arnba Cantma. 1100 Westheimer. S24-4800 -The Attic, 905 Pra1rie@Trav1s. 229- 8022 -Bacchus. S23 Lovett. S23-3396 -The Barn. 710 Pac1f1c. S23-0213 -Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos. S28-9192 ·Briar Patch. 2294 Holcombe. 665- 9678 -Club Body Center. 220S Fannin. 6S9-4998 -Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant. 813 Richmond. S22-236S -Charlie's Restaurant, 1102 Westhe1mer. S20-S221 -Chutes. 1732 Westhe1mer. S23-2213 -Cousins, 817 Fa1rv1ew, 528-9204 ·Dusters. 271S-B Waughcrest. S22- 948S -EIJ's, 2S17 Ralph, S27-9071 -Club Flamingo, 907 Westheimer, S27-8830 -French Quarter Theater, 3201 Lou1s1ana, 527-0782 -Galleon. 2303 Richmond, S22-7616 -Heaven. Pac1f1c at Grant, 521-9123 -J Rs. 808 Pac1f1c, S21-2S19 -Keystroke, a club on the move, 785- 92S8 -La Cucaracha y Cantina. 3921 N Mam. 864-S069 -Lazy J. 312 Tuam. S28-9343 ·Mary·s. 1022 Westhe1mer. S27-9669 -M1dtowne Spa. 3100 Fannin, 522· 2379 -Montrose Mming Co., 805 Pacific, S29-7488 Momma·s Money. 534 Westhe1mer. S22-004S -Missouri St. Station. 1117 Missouri, S24-1333 ·Mothers. 402 Lovett. S20-793S -Jo·s Outpost, 2818 Richmond. S28- 8318 ~Past Time. 617 Fa1rv1ew, 529-4669 ~Pot Pie Restaurant. 1525 Westhe1mer. S28-4350 -0 Ts. 608 Westhe1mer. S29-8813 -The Ranch. 91SO S. Main. 666-3464 -R1'Marks. 271S Waughcrest. S22- 948S -Ripcord. 71S Fairview. S21-2792 -Rock N' Horse. 1220Taft. S20-9910 -Club Romeo. 903 Richmond. S28- 9110 -Rub1o·s. 202 Tuam. S22-1207 -Santa Fe Trading Co., 804 Pacific, S28-6969 -Scandal's, 1419 Richmond. S28· 8903 -S1boney Club. 6121 H1llcroft. 771- 9611 ·Spanish Flower Restaurant, 4701 N Main. 869-1706 -Thai Villa Restaurant, 2907 W Alabama. S24-4777 Venture-N. 2923 S. Mam, S22-0000 "' Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank hired a 1'"l"l hustler four years ago. Of course, "hustler" never ap- ~ peared in any of the news stories as that terminology is ai "gay," giving was the straight usage of "male prosti­~ tute." (/) ~ The incident is clearly unfortunate for Frank, one of ~ the most outstanding members of Congress and a lib- "- er eral, and an open member of the gay community. Fall- ~ ing back on the humor for which he is noted, Frank ~ agreed that the incident will be used in the next cam­~ paign, noting that "if I was planning strategy, this is not u ~ one of the events I would propose:' ~ Not surprisingly, the Republicans wasted little time 0 := (if only they could react so swiftly to S&L crises and ~ HUD payoffs) in circulating a copy of the hustler's gay newspaper ad. Edward Rollins, co-chairman of the Na­tional Republican Congressional Committee, immedi­ately called for an Ethics Committee investigation. And Rollins understands sleaze from his promotion of the now infamous attack on Speaker Tom Foley which implied more than liberal commonality with the same Barney Frank. Showing his usual good political judgment Frank has asked for such an ethics investigation. Whatever that outcome, ultimately the final verdict will come from the voters in Frank's district. We can only hope he will be judged on merit and the ever present honesty so characteristic of this needed role model to our com­munity. The downside is, unfortunately, the character of the hustler, Steven Gobie. Gobie is no one's role model­convicted of drug charges, shoplifting and sex charges, Gobie is now openly soliciting offers for his "story" which will undoubtedly "improve" in the telling. Our community is not immune from such individu­als. Often some of our worst enemies are within the community, feeding their own self-hate on the gay bod­y politic, always to the delight of our non-gay enemies. As in the case of Gobie, these destructive members of I~ r-:;:t.SHEER INSANITY & ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER our community have no history of being productive to the community. On a more positive note, we strongly urge anyone in­terested in gay rights to attend the reception/or state Sen. Craig Washington Thursday, September 7, at Treebeard's Restaurant (315 Travis in Old Market Square). The Texas Human Rights Foundation, one of our community's "productive" organizations, is hosting this appreciation reception. And Washington, a leading supporter of gay and lesbian rights in the state legislature, is now seeking the vacant U.S. House seat so ably held by Mickey Leland, a true champion of individuals' rights including those of our community. 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The two exhibits were designed to survey trends in contemporary art. A third, much larger exhibit m­volving Soviet and American art­ists, also is endangered, officials said Wednesday. The Mapplethorpe display, which had been scheduled to open July l, was canceled abruptly by the Corcoran in June amid fears of retribution by Congress as the Na­tional Endowment for the Arts agreed to begin looking at the process of federal funding of con troversial art shows. The exhibit was then moved to the Washington Project for the Arts. It was highly acclaimed and more than 48,000 people lined up to see the Mapplethorpe photo­graphs. Mapplethorpe, a New York City photographer, recently died of AIDS. A bill introduced by Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., which would pro­hibit federal funding of "obscene or mdecent" art, passed the Senate but has not yet been approved in the House. The unprecedented decision by the Corcoran to halt the showing of Mapplethorpe's work-which included flowers, portraits and some graphic images with homo­sexual themes-had been shown elsewhere without objection. The cancellation and the attendant de­bate sparked an uproar over cen­sorship of the arts. Artists have demonstrated out­side the gallery, demanding sepa­ration of "art and state:• The first affected exhibit, "Gal­lery One: Annette Lemieux;' was scheduled to run from Oct. 28 to Dec. 31, but has been "indefinitely postponed," said Corcoran spokeswoman Debbie Shnvec The second, a work of six sculp­tors scheduled for showing next Feb. 3 to April 8, was canceled out­right, Shriver said. Corcoran Director Christina Orr-Cahall could not be reached for comment Wednesday. She told The Washington Post earlier that she feared such action by artists when the work by Mapplethorpe­one of the premier photographers of his generation-was canceled. "We're in the middle of the storm;' Orr-Cahall told The Wash­ington Post earlier. 0 We are working hard to combat the Helms Amendment. We're trying to deal with the imperiled situation that we see now, and which we saw in April and May. It is no longer busi­ness as usual anywhere in the art world and certainly not at the Corcoran:' The 10 American artists in­volved in the third show, "10 plus 10: Contemporary Soviet and American Painters:· scheduled for showing next April 21 through June 24, may still vote to veto the appearance, said E.A. Carmean, an organizer for the exhibit. But the show, organized by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, also involves Soviet artists and is expected to be shown in the Soviet Union after the Corcoran display. Carmean said canceling the Corcoran exhibit might be seen, ironically, as censorship of their Soviet counterparts. "The decision depends on up­coming discussions with the art­ists who are weighing the con­cerns of their own reactions to the Corcoran as well as concerns for their Soviet colleagues, who, in many cases, have not had their own work displayed in the United States;' Carmean said Wednes­day. Organizers of the Soviet-Ameri­can exhibit are coming up with al­ternative means to express con­cern over the Helms amendment. "One thing we have proposed to the Corcoran, and they have agreed to it, is a symposium on our system of freedom in this country, which would involve American and Soviet artists, which would take place in Washington ... when Congress is in session;' Carmean said. Great new books for you from A L MATLOVICH: The good sol­dier, by Mike Hippler, S9.00, paper, $16.00, cloth. 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Luah foliage crowded upon ua, maJdng ua feel claustrophobic an4 frightened, an4 we were so relieved to know that we would not have to trav­erse thU ditticult path at night, when God l<nowm what would be lurkiDg in thebuah. Were we near the .Amazon? Were we traveling a narrow Andean road in the heart of Pygmylan4'i' llTo,Dear Pana. It waa much more barren an4 wil4 than that! We were ... On Smith Street south of downtown Houaton ~the Pierce e~ an4Tuaml Thia ta a truth, Dear Pana. Amanda recently paued through thU area on her leiaurely way out of downtown one day thU week, an4 we were abso­lutely lllll&lled at the jungle growth towering against the street. Ofc:oune, it'• all barren waatelan4, but it'• so un­fortunate. After an, Dear X&thy Whitmire ta trying to improve Houa­ton'• image to vial.tore, so she ta spend­ing billion. on freeways an4 airports. Once those vtaitora are vomited troth bom air condi111.oned buaes onto the downtown pavement, however, it'• every man for himself! Homeleu people lay under the El­evated. Han4icapped people in rag. beg for money on the corners. 'Vacant lots butt up against the mparkling towers, with grau taller than the .Atr1can savannah. We're half afraid a wandering elephant will tromp on our delicate ki4-.ncaaed. tootaiaal Think of what someone bomlllinne­apolb or Chicago mu.at wonder u they pau through these areas! We have Jong wondered what ta to become of thU vast waatelan4 south of Downtown, Dear l'anm. It'• so trag­ic that all that lan4 ta sitting so eco­nomically vacant, when years ago, stately homaa tilled those streets. There ta one 014 house left, with the :mostbeautifulcutglaucloora-mpar­kling jewea on tha breast of a with­ered 014 hag. Surrounding the rum. are acre. an4acre.ofperkiDglota,one story 80'• style hideouaneu, an4 tall grau. Sunflowers grow to almost dia­sying height in thU area, Dear l'anm. It boggles the min4 how such won­droualy valuable property can be so grouly ignored. Yet, we speed by on our way to an4 bom work in the mauivetowera. Peo­ple see only a green blur bom their black tinted windowa. They leave the blind an4 the homeleu spinning on the street corners u they whis by in their high powered a1eek automo­bllaa . .And they head out to the sub­urbs, where they can mow their own lawn. an4 build their own walls to MEET Us AT THE STATION FOR OUR \f1 THURSDAY D SEPTEMBER 7, 1989 7:00 p.m. DRINK SPECIALS D DOOR PRIZES LIVE ENTERT Al NM ENT ON OUR NEW ST AGE HORS D'OEUVRES D AND MUCH, MUCH MORE O TUESDAYS: BEER BLOW-OUT. 'l.00 DOMESTICS O WEDNESDA VS: PROFESSIONAL & EXECUTIVE LADIES NIGHT O SUNDAYS: 'l.00 WELL DRINKS 3 P.M.-7 P.M. OHAPPY HOUR EVERY DAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 1117 MISSOURI AT YOAKUM OPEN TIAM t1112AM Monday -Saturday Noon hi 2 AM 713 • 524 • 1333 Sundays CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED NEVER A COVER H~ \, '> •I ' \ I Ii '~ ... \' \ . ', . '~ .. ' . H \ 1 'i keep the neighbors out. Or better yet, they hire someone else to do it. When our dear parents vtaited laat, our father said he loved Houaton, but had never seen so much wasted lan4. .And we wonder why we abaolutely HAVE to have a car to get aroun4. Did you know that the entire population of the earth can be crowded into a square mile of it stood shoulder to ahou14er'i' Surely Houston would be a more economical place of people would make use of the lan4 already vacant closer to the city! Meanwhile, Amanda waita breath­leuly for the Two Peeoe to crowd into the minute corner lot onMontrose an4 Westheimer . .And we wonder if some- I I I I I ) r , 1 , 1 ,1 . " , / I j r 06-t E;>.lfSJ1111<~ ' i , , " 'r , ' l' J day Harold Farb will buy the gro­teaqne Liberty Bank shell acrou the street an4 buil4 an 80 story office tower . .And when ta the famed an4 much talkedaboutWestheimer lleviv­al going to start? The proatitutaa are growing tired of not having anywalla to lean against, an4.Aman4a ta tired of tearing her tulle billow akirta on pro­truding nail.a an4 boar4a bom rat in­fested burnt out rum.. We know it'• a big city out there, Dear l'anm, but we coul4 at 1eaat keep the grau cut, an4 remove the bombed out neighborhooda where the crack 4ealera hide an4 the rodents repro­duce. Montrose ta too valuable a place for such neglect! ,.c a: UJ aJ ::; UJ li: UJ (/) >' ~ c;: u. Texas' Best All Male Cinema Midnight I Matinee Special Sundaythru Thursday Midnight till Closing Admission $4 presents --- / " / " I P.lr~ \ I S~ us \ 1 Pe~./?h0NLJ i \ ~ U.l(e I \ I ' / ....... ____ / Friday & Saturday llam-3am Monday-Thursday llam-lam Sunday lpm-lam fRfNCtt U~RTfR 527-0782 HOUSTON I 1 Montrose Soap: People & Places .,, ;!' 0 l> :< (/) m ~ Well here it iS Labor Day weekend and all the local watering holes have planned specials for your eajoyment. Be sure to check out the different ads to plan your holiday weekend The Colt 45s meeting for Septem­ber has been moved to the third Mon­day (Sept 18) instead of the second week for thiS month only, so change your plans accordl.ngly per Walter Carter, President. The Editor's Quick Action Awa.rd goes to the six back-up HPD patrol units and one ambulance that rushed to the aid of two officers who scuffled with a hustler on Avondale Wednesday. The paramedics washed the cops down with peroxide and al­cohol to remove any tainted blood or spit. Said Sheri, the harried, "Where were they when I got mugged?" Happy 17th Anniversary to Big Jim and David (owners of Venture N/Farside) thiS Saturday. stop by and congratulate them on putting up with each other thiS long and eajoy the fun and music. Vera (BRB), someone wants to know where the miSsing cups are? Also, Eltjoy thiS next week's morn­ing special-Love Buzz! Jim (Attic),what'sthiSaboutloos­ing underwear ina respectable bar­naturally of course? I hope they were yours-J.M. Rusty found out Curtis was going on vacation, so he's taking hiS also. He wasn't invited to Acapulco, so he's going camping in the woods with the girls. Hostess Bobbi Jo has informed us of a Silly Hat Party thiS Saturday at Chutes from Noon to 3:00 p.m. Prizes will be awarded The September TGRA meeting will be held the second Suncla3 (Sept. 10) at Scandals at 2:00 p.m. and yes, you can st111 get thru all the construction in front of the bar, so make your plans to attend Tom B.(BRB), whydidJeffW. take your pool cue awey and give it to someone else during your first game Mondey? Didyouforgethowto play? Happy Belated Birthdays go out to Devon (Chutes), Debe Powell (TGRA),Kevin T (Jo'sOutpost),La.r­ry (Lobo), and Shane Crowell (Cafe Adobe). Birthday wishes thiS week go out to Boonie Sharpe and Tom Da viS (Sundance Cattle Co.), Walter Strickler (TGRA) and Bob Ainsworth (Cincinnati Chaps). Don't forget the Virgo Party at Mar­y's tonight. We understand that the temporary B-Goddess will reign at the BRB thiS next week while Buzz iS on m vacation. Wonder who it could be? ;;:: He11 be Wea.ring the button. ~ The new Sunday Tea. Dances at the .­Farside have rea.lly been a success. ~ The fun starts at 5:00 p.m. at Hous- "' ton's newest dance bar. ~ We understand that the Attic has ~ given some of their employees new ~ nick names: St.ella Link, Stud gi Muftlnette and Pud Muffin, among < others. So take a trip downtown and ~ find out their real names and check m out the surprising decor at 905 Pra.i- ~ rie. ,:, What dirty old man iS sporting a 5: pretty young boy with a butch(?) "' new haircut? Ask Vera! :: Ri'Marks iS doing a healthy busi­ness. Stop by and check out their nightly enterta.irunent a la cabaret. And for a change of pace step next door for a country hoe down at Dusters. Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. Great new books for you from A · L · Y · S 0 N PUBLICATIONS BEHIND THE MASK, by Kim Larabee, $7.00. Maddie Elverton is a fashionable member of English society in the early 19th century who leads a double life as a highway robber, until her secret life and her love for another woman are threatened by a young officer of the law. TESTIMONIES, edited by Sarah Holmes, $8.00. In this new collection of com­ing out stories, twenty-two women of widely varying backgrounds and ages give accounts of their journeys toward self-discovery. "These arc stories with moments of truth in them. They are clear and compell­ing." -Seal/le Gay News CRUSH, by Jane Futcher, $7.00. It wasn't easy fitting in at an exclusive girls• school like Huntington Hill. But in her senior year, Jinx finally felt as if she belonged. Lexie - beauti­ful, popular Lexie - wanted her for a friend. Jinx knew she had a big crush on Lexie, and she knew she had to do some­thing to make it go away. But Lexie had other plans. And Lexie always got her way. "A wonderful high school lesbian romance. I wish I had it to read in high school." -Carol Seajay, in Feminist Bookstore News A MISTRESS MODERATELY FAIR, by Katherine Sturtevant, $9.00. Shakespearean Eng­land provides the setting for this vivid story of two women - one a play­wright, the other an actress - who fall in love. Mar­garet Featherstone and Amy Dudley romp through a London peopled by name­less thousands and the tiLled few in a historical romance that is enter­taining and best researched you' II ever read. "The reader is thoroughly charmed by Sturtevant's elegant prose and carefully conceived characters." -Publishers Weekly MACHO SLUfS, by Pat Califia, $9.00. Pat Califia, the prolific lesbian author, has put together a stunning collection of her best erotic short fiction. She explores sexual fantasy and adven­ture in previously taboo ter­ritory -a lesbian's en­counter with gay cops, incest, as well as various SIM and "vanilla" scenes. "Intriguing, erotic, ex­hilarating and unnerving. Beautifully crafted." - Bay Area Reporter. DEAD HEAT, by Willyce Kim, $7.00. Willyce Kim's Dancer Dawkins and the California Kid delighted readers with a family of far­out characters. Jn Dead Heat, they meet again for a new adventure. While Dan­cer is trying Lo recover from her breakup with Jes­sica, the Kid has fallen for a gangster's girlfriend. Things get sticky when horse racing and a kid­napped Hungarian Viszla enter the picture, and the conclusion to the story is a day at the races you 'II never forget. "Kim's lean, deadpan style belies her gift for seeing subtle humor in the ordinary, shambling state PEAD HEAT of human nature." - Pub­lishers Weekly Looli: for these books at your local bookstore, or clip this coupon. Please send me these boob: 1. 2. _____________ ~ 3. _____________ ~ Enclosed is $ (Add $1.00 postage when ordering just one book. If you order two or more, we'll pay postage.) We accept MasterCard; enclose acct. no., exp. date, and signature. address: dty: __ state: __ zip: ____ _ ALYSON PUBLICATIONS Dept. P-5; 40 Plympton St.; Boston, MA 02118 L ••••••••••••••••••• • •••••• • •••••••••••••• • ••••••••• EN JOY LABOR DAY WITH YOUR BOOTS ONJrJ Sunday Brazos River Band and Little Bit Of Texas starting 7pm Steak Night Begins 6pm $4.50- 16 oz. 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The co· operation between you and at least one other person is paramount to sue- Q cess. ~ GEMINI ~a.... ~:;·;eb~:yp':;~e;p:~ r:;:i;~~;no;:~:;~~:~~to~~::!~: ~~t~:~::.~~~:~:~; your problem. It's time for a pow-pow. Don't make empty threats or un· ~ reasonable promises. ;: CANCER Your need for financial security could be taking unneeded precedence over other aspects of your life. Yes, it does look like you're achieving some of your goals in regard to material matters, but don' t disregard eve­rything and everyone else. LEO You're all in a whirl, a social whirl. Use your creative and organiza· tional abilities to bring people to· gether in a lively, lovely way. in other words, have a party. Con­cern for others comfort and enjoy­ment is bound to make it a good one. VIRGO Recognize your position as a role model for a younger person in your life and act accordingly. There's nothing at all difficult about doing it. All you have to do is pay attention, spend some en­joyable time together, and be you. LIBRA Balancing the need of family with the needs of friends will require some extra attention. The needs of someone from your past and someone from your present are both important, and yet quite dif­ferent. SCORPIO •• ( * • August has been quite a month for you. Your power is growing and you're seeing the reolization of a dream. As you move into September the re· spansibility of your influence on others is what you're most concerned with. SAGITTARIUS Don't pass up a great opportunity to learn something new. There's a teach­er/ student relationship in your life that can offer much more than you might normally expect. Respect diverse viewpoints and opinions. CAPRICORN Same long distance information received now could be both a pleasure and distraction. You're so involved with what you're involved with that the news, no matter how good, could be somewhat overwhelming. Take it in stride. Accept the change. AQUARIUS A bit of travel at the end of summer could be just what the doctor ordered. It is amazing what a change of scenery can do. While an around-the-world cruise would be nice, a long weekend with one you love can do the job quite nicely. PISCES This turning point that you're standing at could involve some serious con· sideration in regard to providing for th future. while the details would be too much for some, you find them to ea real pleasure. Enjoy the proc­ess. Looking for a Library in Montrose? %¥. i~~ Montrose Branch We're a Library! Library is Houston Public Library's newest branch. We have books and non--print items for children and adults available for free checkout with a Houston Public Library card, and regularly scheduled storytimes for children as well as adult programs. 4100 Montrose Blvd. (almost at Richmond Ave.) Houston 77006 I 520--5487 Mondays and Thursdays: Noon to 9 PM Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 10 AM to 6 PM WW Rogers Equesbtan Center Fort Worth, Texas November 17, 18 8r 19 *TICKETS ON SALE NOW* Tickets available through your local TGRA Chapter. Tickets on sale at @T!C~ETPtClN . Including All Foley's Stores To charge tickets by phone 1-800-284-5780 IP. T!C~ETPtClN ' ::: PHaNE CHAi'IGE MasterCardNisa/ American Express/Discover *TGRA HOST HOTEL RESERVATIONS* HYATI REGENCYE!}.F~T WORTH Call 817-870-1234 You must mention TGRA to get the special rodeo rate of $52 per room up to four persons. For additional information call 214-520-TGRA or write TGRA, P.O. Box 191202, Dallas, TX 75219.
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