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Montrose Voice, No. 479, December 29, 1989 - File 001. 1989-12-29. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 15, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4939/show/4916.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 479, December 29, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 29, 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 MONTROSE VOICE To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of Montrose, c oll THE NEW~ 'AP~A MQ,..,TAOSEOC0•111• itg\Iulih•hinttl-p gCJ FRIDAY December29. 19890 Jf 479 529-8490 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY. Cl ;Cly "ld ~ Day h1gt Night lws1nth< 4C'" Turr ng '?IClerM('ldlymght Future unclear for people at burned complex JU.111dt'nt11oftht'W<H>dh1·11dApart· mmtM.virtuE1llyde11truyedmamid day fiTt>Saturday, De<•.:l:I, have all foundt1-mμorary .. h1·ltN:hutJl'i'rm11 nl'nt relo•:ationnftht•l'fi\Lmated!iO 11topled11<1>la(1·d by tht• bluu· 111<llll UllCt'T\ll111.11<pokt-1<pt•r11onfortht' Huutoton l'h&μlt'r ofthf' /\men<·ar1 RK!Cru•11aidl\a·1<d!ly Wt'vt11,..i1<tt-dalltht·fam1Jil'tl111 vol~t-d t'Xl't·pt one:· 111.1d RuMllf'll Hubh&rd.-We>1 .. itott'dwith1mm .... duU•·nt't"d11,fco<>dandelt•thmJo[M•"'t oftht'my,ert'ablt•tofindaplaceto Ml.a~· ,.1th fr1c-nd. or rel&tl\·u;· ho: uod ln>1tf'Hd ot PllUlllWOUt food. the RE'd l"r..- U•ut'd ··d1spf'l"MUllf or dt>n.:'•1m1h1rtorhe<·h.l0Hllo,.the pt'<lpll'topun·h~tht'ltuwnMUp· phu. Huhhard•md ThonwhohHd n"pla<"t'lnKl•Wt'rehou>1t'd m lo1:al motel•h)tht'H.t-dl"r..-.Tuofami hl"ll rl'mamt-d m mott'l r<>1>m11 on Tuuday R.-dl'ro ... voluntttr>111)>1odU.tnb­utt..: lhlank1·t.and'"mmfor1ku.11·· to tht· >1hot'kt-d tt'llldl'll!J<. many vf whnm lo>1t all tht'ir ht.-lonl{1nj{>1 in th\' fire. A naLuralKll.""PllCt'hcat,.r man UP>1\a>r11 apartment WWI ht• lwn.Jtoh11.vt'Ktnm.Jtht•blaiethat •wd\ly enwulft'<I 1h1· wmpl .. it at 11hout 11:00 am Saturd11y, m tht· mid><tof1·1ty ,.·1dt'w11terp~Uk J>ll•hlt·m>1 brought 011 by the d•'(·p frt'<•Zf' OfthelliHJ>artmt•ntumtamthe complt'x. 1-1wht wttecompl..tf"\y d~ .. tr.,y.-.1. an·ordmw It• lloualon Firt' llt·pllrtmrnt K\at>alln1. Four of th<! T"t'nu11mnw uml•"l'T•·fl11•1fi@d.1U1 h11v1111l maj"r dllm~ ,. Tht· ~I"'·· d nl>. m• tly 1.. .. w11hanavo:r11go:twotofourch1ldrl'n livmwin e11fhuni1.arecuns1dereclat hiwh ri>1k of b<:'CominK homell'>ll Mnttt11pt'akonlySpuniah.11nd><t\"t'r al of th .. women art'prt'gnant ll ahna Shanar. "ho o"nl'd tht· apartmtnt buildin11. 1<a1d hl' ,. ... wnrnt'daboutw·hl'l"l'h1>1fonnt'l'kll anta,.ould11onow lll'aa1dan1>thl'r Jm1•ll'llht'o"nsi-.alrt'11dytoll.and thath•·wouldnutbrahl<'tohelprt'lo­<" «telhl'rN.il'nt><,.·1tb1uta,..i .. t Huhht1r• aid •.h H.l'<i l'ru will contmu!'toht>lptheflre•· ifllm"ona ·ca~byca,.l'··i.a .. , ... ·Mo,.toltht·m willhawtolindaVl'rm11.n1·ntphK<' jtorl'lo•:atelontho:irnY.n (lnn·tht•) domuvem.Y.t'tanhdp,.·ithh•u"t· hold1tf'm•andothE>rn....d" Soml'ILml'll wt may m~ to ht•lJ> with rN•t t" Kl1.,•m•~·n .. mo•·.-d in lt'tt hard toaay· 1t"tt all d"nl'CTtl<t' by t'a.ll';·ht-l(lid F1r .. 1 w·ttt- a l''"bh·m m •>th• p11ri..uft.,,.·n11,. ..... 11,,.·er1he("hris1 maaw"'ko:nd.andth .. R..d('r~ ,·hapter" fin<mw 1i...ci 111 Jll"t'8. 1<t..;ttf anti '"lunlt•t•r J>OOI ~tram1·d this"' k. On 'l\lt'tldtl\'. ~,., 1 al firt· \·ict1m"""1t1·d 111 tht·lolih~· of tht' H.t-d ("rn"-11 ,n;,.., to tl'l>1>rt Hui )ard8illd cht'd>a)>!t'I haart• <"t'ln-d a «·w ntlli< .. from P<"'•PI• y,·ant11i: tc h .. lp thtlM' 1m·uhrd m the ~l· llll't'tlt' Ii ceand ••ltrrrnwd••na ti m. ch ks x>1\andd1,1hmw items l!t'MUL 1· 1dn•tkn•w··•fan o K 1 ·t·d r: whborhood fh1m h I.th I Community leaders have mixed feelings about the 90's Concern for patients' rights called crttical By SHJ-:Ht ("0 11 1-:~ UAHIJO~:'i~: Tht·l'ffo ·1 of AIDS. ht>11aid, i1<that 141 •. ,,,,.. .. ,, \·,,,, ... f.d1t th1• guy mo\·emt·nt hae be.,n ··r1;>- !St"l·,.ndot twn1>ar1J1) \'enit-d" AH th1· l!!l-!0'1 dr1tw to ti de I hope tht• l'\O"M will he rt'mt•m leaclf'n of l lotu•ton·K l1·1h1au 11nd t>.·n-d 118 the de<"ade of AIDS. OP. gay 1~1mmuu1ty 11n·111v1nw tlwd ,,,u1t1· that m,..m,. I hOll"' Wf' w·1ll adl' mixt·d rl'Vii'Wll. Tiu•-'' art· Hilt<> t•n!('T II po>lt·AIJ>S j>('riod llOmP. offerin11 diffrn·nt v11·w!J nn wh1·th t1ml' in the 90"8. I want to em11ha t'ror nntthi•ulft·Y.t'llTl'Uhout\(>t•n ><lZt· that th111 is just o hopt· .. rea· ter •·un NLrn itM pn·rnuturt· m1·k· 8onnhly. I am not optimisti<·. I nam1·-thE>"'(;11y ·,10'11:· dun"t Kt'(' 1t happt>ning:· he 1;aid Wh1•n tlw /\(f11 h1·111tn. "'i" hud a l'lt•arly.AllJS has put us on the \·ery d11<tortt-d \·11·w ofrt·alit~·:· 1rn1d dl'!t·n><i,·l' and clt•arly. we are now Ra.- Hill, pn10Hlt-nt of llnu!<tnn p..e111m1,.t1c:. Hill fontmued Gav <1nd L.i:·i<hiun l'olit1cal l"Hut.'u• lfou11ton probably offt-ni a d{'ar in J!IMI and long timo• hwul at·ti\ l'r uamplt- of<gay leadt·r11·f think i11t. ··in rn:'.-1 w1·'d hnd what Wl' mir on a natmnal levl'l than :-.ew pl'T<'l'l\t'li tht•n to he a ,.,.,y Bl Yurk or San Franci!l<'<.I. r>iatiuna\ c:e1111ful Mart"h •Jll W_...hLfll{t<lrl. In )y. P"'l'll' art'pt·ss1mi>1ti1·. Jn l!OUR· l lvu>1tun.th..r1·w11.9'J",,y,n~t1 .. ·tm1t ton, Wl'·r., po.·«.~1mi111ic. But m the m !!fill and our lin<t jla~· prutt' pa lnrw•·r gay centerfl that havt' bft.n radt' m 197'.'I. Ttw 11 .. u1<t""K'"' and hit hardt11t by AIDS. peopll' art• l1.1<b1an t-ommuml\ hi cl irorwon runnm1t"cared tht' oflt·n>1L'""· and wt i·ntt·red !ht· Thl' deft>n~ive climate. and lhl' 110"son th1·0Ut"n11iw .. arly losa 11fa gt'nE>ration ofn1<i "/\l that um1', th•· lead1•r1h1p hit•. t·umm1t1ed act1n1<1.11 hWI mad1· 118" tht· J!IM)"s 1111 u dt·•mlc m "rol1·mod1•Jmg"'animportantron which wt• would 1~>nhnu1· th1~ pat <-.:rn for tho11t' who remam. he add tern. and m11kt' m11i11r .. 1nd1·11. It Pd "Wt> nt't.'d another gl'nl'rahon wa11 th1s thinkmw that lmd tht· ot v111ihll' lt'adl'n a>1 roll' modt·ls toundatwn for Ti·x1ll llum11n Wt· will nt"t-d ])l't1ple (in the 91)°111 Righ\11 Foundations 11><11ault on "h" will ht- more pu11hy. mnyht· a 21.llli, und for th1· Mi•nlroKt'1\t·t1vi ht tit' morl' radical than anythinw ty Ct•nt1·r"11 pl11n1< for 111·ommumt~· that wa~ n1·ce1<Hary in the pn1<t f{'ntd" ! till 1·ontmu1-d ·w,. "l'rt" Hut tht· defeni<ive ~lance ha1< nl opt1m11<ti1·" 110!1·dtothl'dl'\·elopml'ntol"pas lfthtturn olthi11dt·t·ad1·u1111 1<1waftinsm"' thatronfusesand t·umra11t. do111 1t nl('an that th.. undnmml'H Kn.vs· l"Ommitml'nt tt1 c:ommu111ty Ill nnw on tht• !lt·h·n tht•ir own ril{hts. hE' said 111n., nnd 1•nt1·nn11 th" ~10 11 with lt'i< not that our enemiE-11 haw 1<omt· dt·Krt>t• nf p1-im1Mn·• ,\,· heC"om1• more soph1stu·i1ted. hut C'l>rdmg to l lill. tht· an~"'' "yt thut lr1t·nd1< ha,ebec:umt·murt·~o-phi~ llfatt'd 11.t 1•xplo1tmg u1 inwour~upport to thl'ir 1>rofit nnd ourlos1. Tht> l!IHtl'~wt•rE>atrt'mt·n dou" ~·tb11fk, not 110 much m tan jCiblt>thml(ll. bu1 ml.l•rmsolwhat ooJl<I HNI 11houlcl hn~• h<•t•n" 11;11 111lid Whnt i11 nt•t•dt'<i t11 rever11t· tht• tn·ndi1<1t"rt•vi•·11l'"ot1> ridt•and fommitmt·nt to wa.• r1ghll<, ht· Ml.id '[ don"t know if that"i< guin1t tu happen" IA"11hi11n fl'mini11ta<11n1<t Hebo­rah B-1'11. h<oWl'\'t'r. tiaid 11he i11 en h'nng tht· !111"11 with opt1m111m I fet•I WTY01'tim111t1t":· 1aid Bt>ll, y,ho i1< adi\'E' with Wumyn11pa<·e. ·1 thmktht•rewillho:-alotofpc>t<i UH chanK<'• 1akmg pla<"f' m tht.> ~i(J"11. t'~pec:ial\y fortht· IPMhian and gHy t-C•mmumty I think it will be e111<it'r1t1hc· ·uut:andourvitnbihty will inrrewie. I 1hmk wt·y,1ll 11l'"t' our prl'!<t·nt"t' mcre1111e in polit10J. Tht· l!-11'11'•. said &II, wa>1 a limt>of t ran~1twn' Wt·KtJtnot1tal1fifth1syt'ar.11.nd i<tarted lookmg back at a lot nt thin1t~ that happt·nt..Im thept1Ht, 11h1·1<111d. ··Th1·1:1(f"wu111Umt•of tr1111111twn and rl'fle.:tion. I think tht·90'Mw1Jlkadu11onintoatimt• wht·nlw1nglt11hianorg11yiMmuch more at'<'l'pti'(t in the muin Nlrt·am. lth1nk1twLllb1·11nunder t·urn·ntoftht·t"hnnwei<thutare prt•st·nt!y happt•ning u!J nwr tilt' ,.·orld:·,.hei<>lid And althuugh tht· truirt-dy of A[J)Sdarkt·rwdthei-i(J"e,t·•·t·nthat produt·t·d~omt·po1ntl\t•s.><hE>1<aid ':AlllSallowt·du toumtt•maway th11.t rould n!'vt'r ha.vi' happent'd otht'rwL11l':· Bell 1<nid For lt'tlbian11, the /:10'11 ml'ant 11oml' ~mve11tridt'lltowardl'•· tabli11hing a J)l'nmnal identity. l"'lll· <u ... •1tn•l"-..·i•'1l" .. tY.ufk.H1•ll_ .. tht•u11cand indusiunuftheword 'lt'1<hian:· whit·h womt•n madt n>mmtm placeduringthel:IO'afor community evcnti< andorganiia tions. as a signofgruwth I think that we·r!' 11till 11trug gling. a11 womcn. tol'!<t.ablii<h our own identity:' 11aid &II. " I think that t.rnditionally, wt' han· ht-en opprl'Slied within tJUr own com mu nity. hut that"s fhanjfing:· Femt nibmwiU··comt'mto1Uioy,n· m theC'Omingdecudt• Bf."ll addt>d I~Harringtun.whobt>gin>1hllt t:lth \l'ar as an activi~t m 1990. be!ievf"!< thl' Houston and natmnal gay rommunity ih fa<"ing a fhal lengeevengreatt.>rthanA IDS ·1 believe there i" no quet1tion that our mt>~t fonnidahlt· advl'r llllTY. m the long run. ill cr1tin11ly low IH'll·l'l'll'l'm Our political and 11<><.:ial11ut·ce1111t'llarE>dirl'ctly rt>lat edtothedegreethatwebehevehir mosexualit)· is healthy:· 1a1d Harrington "That's wherE>I plan to devotl' my t>ffortll 111 tht• !KJ"s ... ra111inglei:;bianandgay>1E>I! esteem through theatt•r and poli tifa" T he overwhelming maJonty of ga_\·mt>nandll>HbianMdunotfeel goud about their >1l'xual orientll tion.··wt'manifes1thatin111>gn•11t ant•1'CI fora«·t•p111ncethat ,.·!'>1t1ll wo to nearb· any lt>ngth to hide y,·ho Wt' are. with family, w11h frit'nda, and at tht' offin· HarrinKton1a1d. ·'I1<nurmtt-11tlt' foraa lt''! l think ...... hutwt•t·anht·al th1amind111·t Jl arrington lll'lil'Vt'tl 11 tum rou nrl j,o l><,.llihlt· in the 00' h willrequinlo1J1ufmonl'y1tnd ofedut·a11on.hutif11t·r1ti<"altht1t we a ddreu it 11t•riouMly ht·cau.~t· it affod.t11·v£>rythin1tw1·11rt>uhout he11aid. ll eblamt'lllow~t>lf.l'!<tt·1•m for nej!'.at1vely afft•C11nw proi(rt in fight tn the national AIDS Rtru1twl H~ !'Al I. RAEllL H~ llowl'n•r. he tie.E.'9 e\·1d1·ra·t· •I fhal~~~:(':t'l~~u~~:('(" .... ml' younj( ;.;~:w YUHK APr-:-;Ul"t"l"S> ... 11 an~ let1b1an.t1 and 1<aY8 1•nu·rmw thl' failun-s n tht· wm \&'3ln1<l AIDS work forct· dt·termined to 1<t'lt~:t a i;hlw l at n> cern fo patlt'nlH" work plan•wht-retht>1rd11i1nity will ights lll ess< ntlal fhl' lthauthur l.lf' ht-yond t·hallt·njtf'. ,\ 101 of that 1 ll't1h ·~to111t·n h·tp .'lemK.lht· dependiion how Wl' feel ahoutour· d r ... o c... w, rl~ llt·alth (Ir "elv.,._;· he 11a1d. wan 2ano a AllJS n gram a1ty11 kee:7i;~t::•"1:_~r==~~:1~1~~;.~ In ~ n ••r. w IJl'C. ;!! llr Jun a1<k why didn"tRoim l'ark..~JU>'tKU atlun, Jann &11d m n)' ifth1·d111· aht't1d and 111t in the ha .. kofth• crm1r.uoryl W8J>vlmplan·dur· bus m MontKnmE>rY m 1~:..;' Sht· II R l- e 1 •lllal pm1<" .. arlwr m thl' would ha\'l' irotten wht·rt·1<h1·,.a~ ">1 a\·" :>l't'nn·p h·da11tun·rn gomir JUllt 01< qu1t·kl~·. nnd proha· nwnts dis. \'t'rt-d h Juy,.s Y.t·rt· bly morl' 110!.,J~·. Why thd ,,.ht· JU>lt 1mpedmg t't! •rlll t• hwht tht· d111 htwe to rn1·k tht' boat.' You tt•ll mt· e;ist• 11 1<pn·;u! e,··~~-'~!h8ti~ ~1:::~t'~i~~n': ~~;·~ ·w,. maclt· a ~lK d 1<cowry dur 11ay, not without ht·urinR 11l1<1ut1t. mw tht· 1'+1'<1>< !hi.t ranks t1Kht up ifthe1 r deni11lmakt>Hmor1•diffkult tlwrt·withtht'diM·oq·ryoftht·vi tht· honl'81 life I want to lt•ad: rus and 1h1· nrnd1·11 uf t.pn·ud: Harrmgto1111a1d ""_I would Kl\'t' 111· Mann 11aid hy tt·!t·phont· lrom «t·· m06t anytlunir 11 a trl{·nd hud rw\a ,\ndth11td1><rn\·t·ni1<tha1 ~?1~';~,;;~\~e~~l;;rb;~~-~e t,n:~~ to fight thi11 wluhal q>1d•·mi« ot m to ldmeopt'nnes11 andinh·l(rity•·n· lt'<"lm1 d8e11.s1·. vou mu><t ul11u rkh a per .. on"11 hfl'. and thut I .. 1111 fil{ht •II n ' Jirt• u1un· and ch!i· m11<J>lnK th1- bl'tlt n·ar11 of mini· 1·11mm<1f1 n llt-alth fluu•h• h11\·t· lw•rn 1<u<· What's your new year's resolution? n·ssl~I n .irh.iir ru;ky s.·llt111! t~· 8\IO m nil i.:av m1·n m San Franci11roam m •nicf1·mall-J>To11 111utt'$ In ~11i obi. !i. .. nya und !' .. ru. «ITln •th•·rpll"l'&. :\lann •IDd / d11n'tha1·•·<uw Tahu.-r1 1.·u.~ All o;;: h1 • p U!lf1tm11 haw m 1e Tl'f1lat11·1t1<mto d ,.,.lo tnl!' Up"!Ortn·t·ll-l><.'lal en •·mnn .. n thttt reu><1·11 du1a1m1 n11t1~n al{ 1n8t i1+ ·tt-d J.I 'i>lt· ht' aad. ·w .. \·1·rt- lil ... itha.t 1norder to fillht •• eufullv llJUILn>1t Aills. •t 111 ntal tu pruu .. ·t tht· r11<ht~ and diJ<mty of J><·"plt· AIDS show extended due to 'unprecedented attendance' :\lann ,<Ltd thaL m"n· than .J;» nountr11'8. •ndud11111 tlw t:11111·d Stah"s. p 11M·dla"~1nth1·]!1,..011re ~1nct1n1t 1mm11{rnlwn b.v pt·oplt' mft.l'tt-d" 1ti1lu·humanimmuno l1·1iC"1t· \'HrU"•lll\·1h111n1uMt'I at·q, in·d 1mn uni· !1· ica·m·.•· ~.vn irome t>;t:" \'OHi\ ,\I'> ·A ~\11nh11tt1 a a lier~· 11a_,.,. a \\ '·· ta~· o)l•·n b. nu11t' of ··unprl't-..dt"nt..d attend anrt" at an Aiiis rt'l11tt'd art ~h ,,. that h11d 11• !i\O 1)()11 ft"d~r I lfTllnl wmpor11nlyrl'tlondl'd \j, than i't"'Ple have .... ~·n th1· .. xhibmon. W1tn"-"~ Awam~t Our\"an1.1hmi.:. 1111<-.. 1tnpt-nt'd111 Art1ttlll ~pat't' ~,". 16 ~nrmally. about 1200 pt"•plt· y,011:~ attend an Artilll.11 Spa• "h''" ••·o·r tl1t samt· Umt. Hnlot·rtH Sklar. a waller)· ·puk"~"''m""· ~aid [)e.; l<... Tht' Kllllt'r~· w11~ '" do•· lor the "t't'k h.-tY.ttn ("hn .. 1ma811nd :'it'" Ytara Ila)·. but d1"<"1dt'd :o n·ma1n >Vi'n t<>B<Tommud11t1· \181\"rs llrc :; •. throuwhlle<: lrom lam.I• ti pm .. ~ht' ·ai..:. Thl' <hu" ,.,Jl ... 1JHJan.6. Tht'Klllltty .. a .. attht't"t'nl<'rofa ntmumg o>ntn•,·tny about c. 111n;hipmth•·art•andK"'ernment 1undmw The '.\ational t:nd1• .. ment In l'uba. wh1• ]'t"OJ>lt w1·r1· !or th<' Ari> had B"·"' ·d 11.-.: )Cl luund !~ ){' 1h tt-d. tht·\' wl'rl· l(Tlln\fortht'•h""·butne lfl(I<·• 11'1 u•kt'd o le3\'l' th ir homl' and •h1whl~ puhltnzt'dmnn.c•llnl!"l'Ol1 t-ernH thatthr~h"" h11d~ '1~1 p-0h111·al l'hedt"C"Ul"ll"lllrt'\·t'r- JU8l)l"­fon> tht'~h<,,. .• ,.Pl'nlflK their Jbandl(c :oar1·nuva1t·dhu.· pita! nth<" 11.;skuu ,,f lla\ana wh TI'the)""'l"l'ltl\'t'naHlaryhu1 Y,l'Tt' b a1t.'al ~· .k .. p \lann 11111d ~ M(INTRC iE V• ;E :EMllER29 1!'19 Father of accuser says his son is a liar and thief By SA~ LU. 'IAL'l.J ~ :>;EW YORK APi Thd11tht> •f11 former malt' prot•UlUlt "ho ac CUHt'd thtHt-\ Brun·R1ttt-r<>lm11· UMmgCo\'tnant llou11t lund .. and l'nlt'BRlnlt' ln at;exual alt1urrnlh·d h1s11nn11nt'mot1onallytruuhlt>dli aranda1hiel1<hohurt1th• t>1<hu trytohtlph1m thyWarnerwhenhemadethtalt"­l( iHwn!> al(ainst Riller H1 ch11ricP•offinancial1mproprtt'lit'll b\ tht· f-"rannscan priest arP b@1n11 ln\t't<tll(llted by tht' Manhanan :h1>1r1c1 attorney'i.office. Kitt mduated h1 ha• •pt'lt thou~and11 ut dull11r~ and 11uHPred imme11>1urabl1•heart11.rheandt-m barrn1111mt>ntin try1n1rtocompt-n s11tehi" 11on·11\·u11m11 Thi· vu·t1m11· 11.vm1-111.thy and hu1 own wilhn11ness to makt' Kuud theirloHH ar1• th1·only rea11on11 1\1•\m.anonl~thild.hasnotbt't'n arr1•11tt>dmorethanht>has,tht>fa th1•r11111d u beli \f'.~ KP\·in 1<a1 rt-all~ "-fraidol •methmg. but ht-no" calls him a 1ociopath and a patho­],, icic11.J liar. Earlier th11; mnnth m :.;t',,. York usmK the name Timoth~· Warner. l\e\in charged that afttr Rittt>r bruuj!:hthimto:>;ewYork.011tt·n11i bl)· to hidt>him fromdan1<erina 1<aft·houst.the)·bt_.icana11cxualat lair. Tht formerpr,.sututesa1d thut Jamt' Harnt>tl.l'XK'UllHdi"'. turo!C>wnant H<>1111t', ... udohi· cial1 at thi-11ht·ltt·r n''" kno1< that younj( Kitt'· ht-d tu u11 about hi~ namt-. hl.'d fo u11 abuut hi" agt, abouthishnml'tn1<n11ndabouth11< h!t-ht·in1<mdanj(t'r\\t>aliwknow he'11 a thwf-hi11 filtht'r ha" c..on firmt·dthat Pl~y Safe! Kevmha11apatkrnulnottdl 1nl(thttruth:· AltunK1tt'11aidllt'C 20 ofh1H 11on. Kt·vm Lt·t· Kitt·. ~.J. 'AndhehBMBll8t1t·rnuf1ntt•ntiun· allyhurtmlt'pMpi1-whotrytoh1·lp him. particularly peopl1· 1<ho·w bttomt'afathnfij(uretoh1m Kttt•s fathtr.ajuniorcollc11cllC •untm1r teacht·r. saidht·drcided 1u .. peakoutaftt'rCovenamHou1<c ol!krnls told him about hi~ son's (·harict·s agamst Riner. The11heltt>r offtciali. said they found the father dt•1<pllt- ha\'iniconly the namesol two 11mall Texas towns and a wrung namt'1u,; ltad" lnt•Hrtotali-dop11nnmount, Kitesaid."Wt•n·11t1llpaymicforit !1111 mothnund I 11rt>both tt·ath· t·r11. Wch11\·1·almo1<\nort·tourct·11 lt>!t.financ1allyort·motiona!l.\- mrtturnfor11t-x.Ritterputhimin ,----------------~ K1tt.,whuh\'t-111nTt·xa11.11111dh111 11•m'11behavinrisc11u»t·dbyad1ai.: nu11ed ix•nonahty di11ord1·r and that ht ha11 TN1'ivt'd p11~Th1u1r' treatmt-nt Kt·\mha.ca111edp-eoplt'Kre11t problem• and hardflh1p "Ith hi• d1~honeiity ht-Jore:- f\itt' told ft' porters at Covenant Hvo!H' ·1 "<>uld likt tu help ••,mtont- who ha>Ji.ufteredl>t<au .. t'olh1m.lft't'l a 1<re11.t deal of rt-tipun111b1h1y l\t>nn Kiteu1<t>dth1 namt>T1m Ritter said laterhPft>ltKl\e1<as l.watinl( up on himself' hecau~e ht• ~a" Ke\in·s failurt'M as his o"n Tw i.een that a lot.' the pne,;t said K1tt'sa1d othe~who hawsut !trt-d h«ause of Kl"nn mclodP !riends and ne1ghboT11 who ha\t' hl>f'n\ll"l1mi.othtscredn-cardand heck frauds K1te11aid htopaid &)()()thatwa1< ~argM to one of h111own credn rnrd.sJan.14whenKennrenteda hmouMine m Dalla11 to use as a bruthe' K111·11a1d ht had nut l<l"•kt·n to hit ion 11inrt' tht 0111"ht of Jan 13 and did not kno1< whPtht>r he woold1et>hlm1<hilein!\'.e" York Kt'nn !.H Kitt-, u11inganahas and cla1mm11 his lift wa• in dan icer.110u11"htrt-fo11t•intht:>;e1<0rl~ anaCo,·enant llouaela8t ,,.·mtt-r. JTdLOI( tol'hihpHoudrtBU.t'X ecUh\·e d1r1'Ct<r of tho program th'-"rt •Tht tar WBll 1-111.lpahle:· 11aid Hr rirt>a1 11. '"><utl wurker and P"Fh< ·,,11 ~t Houdrtiu 11id he an ap11rtment. enrolled him in a t<>llel(e.boughthimclotheH.attlt-­'' llilOn set. 11nd a computer and l(ll\t·himi;pendin1rmone} After thealle1<ationHwerepub­li11hed. theManhattandismctat torney'1; office annoum:ed II wa11 JQkmg into Ritttr's 011t· otCovt'­nant Hou,.,.. mone\ Ritter and other Co\enant Houlll' ufficialsd~medthe8l'XBnd mont'y char)<t't and be1ran their own probe.The} W•orriedthatpn ,·ate con1ribuuoru<, which makt· more than \:Ill pen·t-nt of Cl•\·e n11nt HouMe·11 funding. would dr~ Posthumous coun victory achieved for patient LOS Al\'GU.~S 1M»-A m11n that ht> had AIDS 1<ho died of AIDS won 11. !"..<tho mou11 lt-1(&1 \-1ctory in hu1 fi11ht wtth a nail 11alon that rt>fu11ed tQ 1(1,·ehimapl.'dkure ThestatPCourtofAppt-al11lll'<" 20upheldthtcun11t1tutionalityof aWe11tliollywoodordmancethat ban11di11criminatinnagam11tpl"Q­p] e with acqutred immune defi Tm ju11t overv.·helmed with happine~s. I i.poke at his funeral All of 011 wanted to win this for l'aulandforthemillionsofpeople wtth AIDS:· his attorne\', Gloria Allred. said Dec. 21 t'Xpo11ed aalon worker• to AIDS and the ri11k. though marirmal, wa•una('(_·eptable Ja11per11on. 37, died of AIDS in May, buthi11appealc<>ntmued On Uec. 'l-0. the three-member ~ond Circuit Court of Appeal• court ruled<!·! torever8t'thelower coorl ruhng and enforce theordi of personal lll'n·ict'fl." who then can take precautions "Thisca1tw1111ex1remely 1mpor tant, because we were 11eekmg to enforce the WPst Hollywood city ordinance which had been used aa a model and copied by many other cities throughout the nation:· Mt. Allred11&id AttorneysforSantaMonicaand mat. 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Al'1 ·lkl(i and contract.& Wiseonsin i8 11eek from indi\·idual lt>irislatoni U\'l' committee memben have ad· mic from tht Department of De Mi.. Shala\a 11aid 1he di11poted vi1ed Uni\enuty of Wiscon11m fen11e and !\'ASA. along with thou· some oftht> lawmakerl assertions Madison ChancPllor Uonnal 11anchi of job@ there would ht' dire con11equence1 Shalala that !omng the Re11er\'t' L'W faculty memben voted 3/.6- if ROTC wa11 kickl.'d off campus Officer11'Tra.inmgCurp1olframp :r!4l'r on Uec. 4 10 recommend the "Thf'rt1., no f'vidt•nt"I' that wf''d u11could be a ro11tly \·enturt' for the prugram hf' removed from campus lotie any ft>dt·ral monpy WP'rt' not UW by H!!J3 if it did not begm admit· required to have ROTC-we're The seven membt•r11 of the As· ting gay men and women. M11 juet requirtd to have military td -sem-bl)· Mihtal')· Affa1r11 Commit- Shalala eaid ehe wae proud oftht ente tounes'" to fulfill eontral'tob- -~-~-~ --· - panel might introduce legi1l11uon The final deci11ion on whethPr •Tm 8ympathetic to tht need to to a1111ure that ROTC etay• on ROTC should be expelled must be attract jobs, but we have a funda campus made b)· the t:W Board of Re- mental IMUt' of di1crimination M11. Shalala 1.1 currently renew gent.&, which is awaiting :\b htre;· 1he 11aid mg a faculty \"Ole earher thi11 Shalala's recommendallon before Tht> military affairs c.-imm1tttt. month that recommendl.'d that at·tmg cumpn11ed of li\'e Dem<XTata and ROTC be eKpellt>d from the camp- Mi.. Shalala said Dec. 21 while three Republican&, told M1 u11 if th' mihtary doe& not end it• lhP"' ill "no quesuon that ROTI...' Shalalathat they hoptlhPand tht ban on gay people by l~l:I and thP Defense Department board of reirenu ·will ch009e a In a letter to M11. Shalala. cum 11hould not dill(."riminate:· 1he has more prudtnt routP with which to mittee membt~ 11aid forong not decided whether to recom addreMthprpelistouehere--thatis ROTC off campus would COllt the mendROTCbekickedoffcampus. the military policy toward gay ho-uni\' ers1ty $l million a year in fed The chancellor 11aid 8he hBll re· mQHxualM and not the pre11en~ of era! expenditorn ce1ved many letters both aupport· ROTC on campu1:• They alto taid 11 rould Jt'<Jpard· mg and oppoling the facul1y'srec· Eliminating ROTC "will do 1ze another S43 million in grant& ommendation. including 11ome nothing to addre8' the problema bting eneountered by gay• at· tempting to tnt.er military 11en-· ice:' thteommittee'slettersaid The committee letter alM>11&id the facu!ly vote "could not have been more ill-timed becauae the 11taie111curren1Jytryinxtoattract the Army's Joint Readinee111'rain ing Center to Fort McCoy;• which could create 2000jobs The removal of ROTC al10 "will mean the 1011s of educational op­portunitiee for tho1e studenta who dependonthefinanciala11istance offered by the program and affect future university recruitment ef. forta:' The letter wat ~igned by com· mittee chairman Rep. Dale Bolle. D-Manitowoc, and the 11ix othtr commntee members: Marlin Schneider. D-Wiscon11in Rapids; Lal')· Swoboda. D·Loxemburg, Robert Thomp11on. 0-Poy·nett.e; Al Baldu1. D-Menomonie: Te!T)· Mus11er. R·Black Ri\'Pf f-'alls; Her on \'an Gorden. R-jl;eillaville:and David Zien, R-Gilman Divided N.Y. court orders new trial in education case '~~ -~~,,~~~,BAl'DER ALBAr-.:Y. N Y. tAl'l-More ltgal argumentsareinstorebeforetht i811ue of whether any religious group can be extmpted from the statt't required AIL)S education pf0ir'J"am11ffttled The1tate'11opcourt0e<'i9or deredanewtrialforthePlymouth Brethren "'hgious 1e<1.. which ha1 argued that tht ltate EduC'ation DepartmPnt can't force 1U child ren to ltarn about BC'quired im munedefiC'iencysyndrome • A deeply di"ided :>;r" York Court of Appeal• 11aid it didn"t • knol'. enough about thP religmus . group to rult on iu claim that AIDS education vLDlated their memben" nght to practi('l' tht1r .faith ·Funherfactualde\·elopmt-ntiH requ1redbt'foreaconclo1<ioncan ht' reached-either way-on tht queetionofwhetherthe freeext'r· ciseofs1ncerelyheldreligiou11be liefe is burdened hr compul8ory AIDS education: Judge Judith Kaye wrote Five judgea agreed to order a new trial. Judge Vito Titone backed the religioua group and Judge J011eph Bel\ac011a supported the1tale The con11titutional te11t of the state's requirement that all 1choo\ children ]tarn about AIDS came from a Christian religioua ll'Cl with about 140 members on Long l11land and!>•> members in Rochee· The Brethren. who 1trictly for· biddruguse.tex before marriage and tven unchaperoned datin(I:, 11aid there"• no reuon for theu children to learn about ·worldly evil1" 1uch aaAIDS The diteate i.s tranbmitted thruugh sex and intravenou11 drug use. About a quarter of the na tion'a AIDS victims live in :>;ew 'fork state State officials said Brethren children didn't have to learn about prevenuvemea11ure&,11uchaa·u1- ing condoms. but refused to give them a full extmption from the courses. The11tateargueditwould aet a precedent forotherreligioue lfl'OOPll to pull their children from AIDS education Kaye aaid the eourt could not ·1ummarily brush aside'" tht• pall· 11ionate belief& of the religious iT<>"P But1ht-1aidthPcurrenttrialrec­ord dOt"sn"t suffidPntly determine how i11olated the Hrethrtn are from mam11trea.m IM.>Cil'ty. That'• ctntral totheqot'l!t1onofwhether their religit1w1 pranke would be burdened by AIDS education. Kaypaaid She 1a1d the Breth.en'• claim that their b@lief1 form a ··~ingular ly euC'ceuful"' AID!'i rrt'\'ention 11trate'°·shouldalsobeinve>1tigat •d Rohen Calica. lawyer for Breth ren members John Ware. Rober! !:\.c<itt and Peter MacG"'iior. aaid he's encouraged by the decu1ion Hesaidallhthaetodoi11provethe Brethren practice what tht>y preuch ··1 would hope that the ca11t ill win able at thi11 point:· Calica 1aid Karen 1'orlander. lawyerfor1he ttate Education Departmtnt, did not immediately return a tell'· phone call seeking comment Titone. in backing the Brethren. aaid hP questioned whether the stateeou!dget the extra informa· tion it sought in a new trial with· out violating t.he rulethatjudgH shouldn't be the arbit.er of what a religioui; group truly belie"et Titone said tht> 11tate hadn't pro\·en ii was nece&1ary to o,·er· ridethe Brethrena' beliefs. Henid currpnt90CJetytooreadilydi.splac· e. the guidance of family· and church with the •·value-neutral"" i1U1tructi1Jn of the public schooil 'I am moi;t reluctant to a.sumP that today's P"''·ailing culture . which places it.sfaithinobiecti\·t knowledge, iP 'righf while plain tiffs and oth~n like them, who place their faith in moral and~pir itual guidance, are ·wrong: he aaid Bellacosa. in a ttrsedi111entmg opinion. said the 1tate'1 AIDS pro­gram is ronatitutional "and the children should get on wi_th t~e1r full and necessaryeducat1on' Groups plan new coalition in Nebraska Ll:>;COU\. l'\eb. \AP>-Spurred ht>allh i811ue&, tht chair of the <'OD· b)' a 1ummit on AIDS. reprHenta· ti\·ff of m1nonty grouμ. in :>;e­braaka have a~ to form a • etat.ewide coalit10n on mimrlly ht1on'a11eeringcommittee1Jaid Joel Gajardo eaid the dec:i1<10n gTl"w out of a minority 11ummit on AIDS and other health iaaut'I held Utt lk and attended by about :IQ peo.>plt from all paruiofthe 1tate repre1enting Indian. black and H11p11nicgrouP15. Although acquired immuntdefi· cienC)· 1yndrome was a major fo. cue of the aummit. the eoalit1on will addrt'lll a broad range of health eoncerns facing thot1e three group11in!\ebraaka.Gajardonid U you haven't taken the antibody test for the HIV/AIDS virus Think About It Because if you test positive, now there are: • Testa to aee how healthy your Immune 1y1teml• • Dru&• auch aa AZT that can alow development of A.JDS • Dru11 1uch aa aeroaollzed pentamldlne to prevent aome A.IDS·related lllneHe• For more information about anonymous testing and counseling, safer sex and what people who test positive can do to stay healthy, call (713) 528·5531 Thomas Audette Memorial Clinic (an affiliate of the Montrose Clinic) I.ZOO Richmond Avenue Houston, Te~as 77006 HIV Teet Houre: Mon· Wed·Frl, 6·9:30pm Tuea•Thura, 1·4:30pm STD Screenln1: Mon thru Fri, 6·9:30pm TH , PIJBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT PROVIDED THRC)UGH A GIFT FROM WILLIAM MARBERRY FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Eightysomething: A period of adjustment We cover the News of Montrose Commentary by StU;RI <:OHEN ter the disealle w11.11 found to be DARUO:"liNt-; widespread. and belit 1:1ttded Any rt'tmt1pt'(11v~·ul tht· 1~i;0·11.l'!ll chronologically for origin. among pt'C'ially <hut not t·xdu11ivelyJ in heteroeexuals in Africa tht• KllY and ltt1h1an oommumty. Between 1981 and 1987. aome 111uuld 11ppe11r 111111. hollow fart'(' if it 50,000 ca8f'fl were reported to the il{norl"d tht- 1mportan«- of AllJS, Centerfl for Disease Control; and andthet't'ntral1)<»11t1onthtcri11i11 since December. 191'17, another ha>i on·uJm-d m eH·nl-H ufdw pa~t ."i0.000 have been reported. World ten y1·ur11. Throu1i:!mut th(· '!'!(J's, wide, nearly 200,000 ca.!11'11 have AlllS h1111on·rwhelm1·d u11. taking ~·n n·ported to the World Health our Tl'Buurn-tJ, t1mt·. ond live. .. at Organization ~'1:~"m~::1:.;;:;,~ta'~~ l~:)~1 b~~~ ~~ ~;<' ri;hh~ ~~~~~~et,hii:· t~~~t~eiC:~ ~:;;w~:. 1an ~11:1:. ::~ 1~'~;!~:8 :?: :::n~:~ t~~~~~~~:-~~e~~ ~,:\lc~~.~~.1~i1~/·a:1~!.dl~~;y~::;;~~ :::ll~~v:~;rh:l~:~· ::e~it:8e~ :~:t:·~,~r~·~·:,~;1:~P~~~~1::~;:;ee ~:~~jya;~dt~~~~~~~~~"f::~· ~~~'.~!t~~~~·. 7:~h~· ~~~'.~/~enb a~f ~u~· ;:e~:l~~ ~~~~a~!~:~~:~~ :::;.~n1;<::~·~;1:h1l:.~:."~~t~r~.~~:~ of the ~ls w i:;1: e:·;~e ::,f ;:.~i~·;:~~=unuy w~ht~;~:~i!~i~1a;;~~ oe:~r::~e leadt·ntared1...,,urnlo(t-d Thueten ington ofl9ll7. Haifa million pet> ~-1-un-,thiusomert·truepeo:·tJ~·earti pit reportedly participated. mak dt11 in tho· miun><tnum mt>dta art· mg it the largelil civil righl8 dem C'haral'tt·nzmlf a" a flu fly hlt·nd of on><trallon in the hu1tory ofthena 1<hlluM wor11h1p. ma!(·riah11m. and uon"11 C'apital. 41!8 precedent. the lon-e<l lll'h11v10r <·hanlfU hav1- m :-iauonal MarC'h on Washingt.un fad dealt tht· mo111 d1·va1<tallng for Le»bian and Gay Righl8 of blow 1maicmah!1· to an emerginl{ 1979. drew only about. 70,000 peer cult.ult" Without w·arning. the pie/ AllJS rdtitt•d infection• Kapo1i'1 Like nothing before, AIDS SarC'oma and PneumoC'yllil taught the gay peopleoft.he80'1 lo Carinii pneum .. nia began l-0 ap care for and 1upport one another. pear in th1• American l{ay male ltalsoputgaysintheforefront.of populatmn tit the turn of the dee· a larger banlet.orevampthe1truc­udt>. Immediately dubbed "gay lure oft.he nation's public health cancer" and "'gay plague" by t.he &yet.em l-0 reepond adequately to pres11. the di11ea11e i)l•gan chipping the cri1is. It created new bond.ii in away at. t.hl' foundat.iontJ of the the human rights net.work, andre­still ·gn't'n gay righl.IJ movement inforced old ones. It generated a before ti. wa11 ever even identified re.ponse on all levels-physical, To makt· thing• wol'*e, radical emotional, spiritual. organiza· rt•hgun111 fundamentali11ui. buoyed t.ional, and cultural. AIDS domi· by the nt·wly C'<>n"en·ative polit.1· nated our ex1Stence (and head cal dimate, ullt'd AIUS to 11tir up line.) in the l:!Cl's, l-0 an extent homophohia that. luted long after where many will say ""But what othM" group!! dttmt'd to be ··at. else happened?" Five hundred ri11k· were idt mtied. and longaf- thou11and strong. the March on Washington for LNbian and Gay Ri11ht11 had a bitter edge. tOne\o­ul activi111. 1aid the 1979 march "feltsomuchmorelUCC't'll8fu\). Other thinlfll did happen. Bat tle>t were fought. in oourt rot•ms and ~tale le11i11laturftl. won and lost. Gay111tood upagamst. a pow erful ~New Right."' t.o SUC'CT"ed. or tryagam One legal battle. and ultimate 11UC«'1111,ofthet11J'11i1thestoryo( Sharon Kowal11ki and her lover Karen Thom1>NOn, a case which fo. cu11ed attentionontheneedfordo­me11tiC' partner11 h•l(islation Kowab1ki wa11 kidnapped by the 11y111.('mafter11ht•wasseriou11ly1n juredinanaul.llmobileaccidentm 19k:t l lnfather,shocked at the diHC'<)Vt·ry ofhi11daughte111sexual orientation. appu1nt.ed himNelf Sharon"s guardian and forbade ThompHOn to ha"e any contact wuh her Bel{mning in 1!11-i~ Thompl!On touk 1t t.o t.he court,;. llffking proper m(-dical C'are for her lover !her father had pla<'ed her1nanun11nghnmethat.offered norehabihtativt•thtrapy)andthe fll{ht lo ~·1111t her. ThompA•m'e book. Why Can't Sharon Come Home; and numerou11 appear ancesaroundtherountr)'rai11t'd funds fo r t.he legal bat.tie. Finally, in February l!m9, the two women were reunited. Kowalski later re­signeduh11daughter' 1guardian During the 19&1'1, two 111.ates. Wisconsin (in 1982) and MaSBa chu1ett1 (in r\ovember of this year) PBlted 1tatewide lesbian and jay C'ivil rights bill•. Here in Texas, we were not 110 luC'ky. An infamously homophobic contin· gent within our st.ate legialature wats1uC'ces1ful in blockina all poei t1\·elel{i•lationtha1.wouldimpact gay righu.andserioulydampen ina and "de-gaying"" an omnibus AIDS bill that bsrrly psutdat. all And anyone who wH in Hou• ton fort.hr Jut half of the dee-ade .. as well a11 those whoweren't. but who followed t.he recent t·ity elKtion11, has heard of the 191'.5 ·Gay Ril{ht.s Referendum·· fi8800 What happened and wh)· deJ)("nd1 on who you talk l-0. However. the out.come is always tht> 11ame· Housl-On \'Oters rejKted an ordi nance prohibitin(I'. discrimination against l{ays in dty employment The referendum r('ljulted in a "split." in local gay politiC'al lead ership. Thecity'11twopoliticalen do111ement groups, Houston Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus and Community AllianC'e of Hou11ton, oftendisagrN.'oncandidateen don;ement11. Such wai;lhtt'ai;ein thi11year"scityandconlfl"1'811ional election11. Mayor Kathy Whitmire (endorsed by CAHJ won ea..,.ily over challenger Fred Hofhemz 1endor11ed by HGIJ'CI; Crail{ Washington !endorsed by HGLPCl defeated Anthony Hall 1i;upported by CAH in both 1he (l'.eneral elKtion and runofft Community Alliann· of lfou!J­tun ...-ai; born in 1he rio·s. Ei;tab­lished in l9l'l-'1, the group was re­portedly formed by peopl1• who were disappointt-d in the other or ganization·s leadt·r11hip. Several otht>r organization .. al80 C'ame in t.-0 the local picture during the dec­ade, most. oft.hem service and 1up­port groups rt'flponding t.o t.he AIDS crisis Just a few weeks ago, on Nov 28,statedi1:1trictcourtJudgeJack Hampton was publicly Ci'nsured byt.heTexasStateCommiHionon Judicial ConduC'I. The commie· 1:1ion ruled anti·gay remarks made by the judge in an intervit>w were "destructive of public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciar.)'· Hampton report· edly explained a light sentenei' given to a con,·icted murderer. Richard L Bednarski. to reporters by 1aying that the two gay men Bednanki shot in a park 'wouldn't.ha,·e~nkilledifthey hadn't ~n cruismg the •treet.8 p1C'kmlf up 1.eena11e bo~·1." He also 1aid that 11omt' murder \'ict1me were "more innocenl in their death11 than "thers" indicating gays and pro11t.itutf'11 among the "guihy" victim11 Locally. thl• m1111t 1ngnificant. event t.oimpact. the Montrot1l'com munity and the entire picture of human ril{hts act.1vi11m rould be the death of U.S. Rep. M1ckt>y Le­land. Thewnjl'Tet111man. killedin a planet'Tnllhwhileonahungermit> 11ion in f:thiopmthi11Aug1Jsl, was afrwndt.oalmn11le,-er)'communi ty lt·ader and wa11con11idered one of the gay community's most valu ahleall1es l.eland'11dtath.howe,· er. had a ""domino"' efft'ct on t.he prognu ofltll'sl minMity politiC'!I an iron1C' balance The clOMtnl{ yl·ar of the Mi's, i 9k~. found UM M·lebratmg the:lOth anniHr11ar) of Stonewall. consid ered tht· birth of the ga~· rights mo\·t·ment in the l' S For our cum mumty. theenure yearhasinvit.ed reflection on event11ofpastyear8 In l!llying l{t)lodb~·e to the decadt and to l!-1119. ]<M1kml{ haC'k is nt•th· 1ngnew In 111.1mmary. the !-l(J"s was a dee· adeofadiu•t.menu.Itwuat.ime of 1truggle. but al10 of victories that somehow got IOI! within t.he 11trujgln.ltwasa11meofself-die· covery, of 1urviving and prt'l>erv ing our culture and our hope, of battling against both AIDS and waning •elf-eat.etm in iu shadow And tht> 90'1? If letibians and gays maintain the commitment and 1p1rit that carritd u1 through the &1'1. in 1pite of odd.ii that could havedellatedandde11.royedale111 ret1ilient group.it will beanmtto regroup, re-organize and re­vitalize. It. will be the decade in which we reclaim our pride and pu1h forward. dont with the proc­e81 of looking baC'k The Montrose Voice The Montrose I ~,};;~,!'T~XAS I ·~~vE '111 rn1DAY.DECEMBE.A29. 1Mll Pub:•,s. .~ ed Fri.days <l11mn111111t11 tJublielyiug'2:onip11.1111 408 A~ondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-6490 :or.tM1'COpy.,gn119111 Ofhce hours -~am~~pm '"'-''YMCC •11-­~ oC-)e•_r>e_IO' ... pf ........... __ A•'"*"W.::::~R;!18••1 JBSCA<P •0 ... S 13J!>29-&190 ADVEAT.,1 ... G j.ALESDEPAAT-"'ENT 'll) ~l'J-1.190 a<ry-"'•"""'--•-o­Toro1Al',.• y =-••·-... :?'..:..::~·~:..~~;~ru,~"0"""'-ot I !~',~";:;;:•.;,:...us;f;~-.:.·• ., ;:;:..,"'! JM ... , .. ,, ?~·,'.~~:.rf:O~ ·_;·~;::,·;::'I ~·::~~~=.':". ... '"' ... 59 ......._ "''"'' ~~-~;.:::;:;:~:~ ~::·•:;:;"·-.. ' :'";:·;-:-:-~'-L.:. i:'":;~\,?:?.:::.S I ~-... -.... ,, ...... . """11'""""-~',.,. ........ g .. .. "_O,,•,O..l,'p•<,'.H,, ~M ....._ '"11"1"""'' M Gov't study shows failure of bone marrow transplants in AIDS BETTER LAUJilS & GARDEilS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape Hy PAL I. R.\EBl R:\ MP.~• .,,~f;du '.\t;W YORh cAl'I· An uopub­li" ht-rl icm·1·rnmt·nt a1udy of Hi AlllS pnt11·11t11 11how>o thut hnnt• mnrrnw trunspluntation hnH 110 forl>o·t·n11tuilurt•1111anAl l lStrt>al nwnt,Hnt·otlht· 11tudy'>< author11 lo,Jun1·.rt'!<1·arfht·r11utJuhns llnJJkmsl'n1\1•r11it)'><aulinawidt· ly r1·1•.,rt1'<l unnouon·mt·nt that a horw marrow tnmsplnnt n'm lnnt'<l with th1· 111111 AlllS drul{ AZT miJoCht h;"'l' 1•hmmat1·d tht AlllS nru1 !rum un1• 1n1t11·n1 Tht· pati1•ntd11.,lhl'!utt·th1·r1..,.ar1·h1•r11 kn1·w forn•rlllln lnt1'1"t ... tinth1·ll<•Pkin1('lU<t'W8S rt·•·1n·rl wh1·n it w,iJ npm11'd aJo(all lit'\' I'! In Ttw '.\t•w York 1"1m Tot· wxt ay. Ur. ("hfl•·rd l~mt· ,f th1· '.\at1u111l ln•t1tut1·ol Allt•r KY and lnfHll<> 11 11,...,,.,.11 11aui hi1111ludy uflhpatwnt>1produn"l"I 11, I. ilur1·><. Tht r1~1·ar1·h1·0 found 'only tramjient improve- C'8.IM'S. '"All we can 1ay is that it'll m1-nt 1n immunity in pauenl.8 gel· an interlllltinl{ concept. and that ung AZT"' and bone· marrow additional patienlll wilt need lo be transplanl8. studied" Lane'• study used idt·ntiC'al twins 110 a perfect. bone mamiw match C'<rnld beobtaint>d fur t·a(·h palit•nt from hi11 twin_ The l lop­kios11tudy did not use twins, nnd 110 ii wa11 necl'lillary tode1<troy. or "ablote: the 1lllti1•nt'11 1mmunt• 11y11t;•m with ("htmothtrap~ and radiatwn before the transplant The Hopkins pat.ien1w·a11on1•ol about 10 U.S. AIDS patients w·ho h1we had their immune s.\i;t.emi; dt•11troyed before transplanbl, I.ant· i;aid The outcome in th<»<e Clll>t·t was worse than in his stud~ EH·J")·ca11e l know ofwht·tt'the rl'npient. w·ai; ablated. the n'<·iμ1 ent.died:· I.am· said 'Th1·re are tot.; ol us who ha wn't published our result>; he­t ·aust· th1·y've bl:>t·n so dismal 11aid Dr_ Ronald M11.11uyasu oftht· l"nin.·ri;11~- ufCalifornia. l..:•s Ao 1-wlt'>I who has handled four11uch llont• marrow tran11plantatiun. ui;1·dmoo1tC'<1mm1mlytotreat rare genet1<·1111muned1.,urd1·r>1andn:r tam formt1 of can<·l'r. i>< ri11ky and e:q1l'nMiVl'. Tht:> cost. averaJo(l'l'I uhout $12.fl.000. and :t'l pt•rfl'nt to 40p1·rt·•·ntofrec1pi1·nt11overage:t'l di1· from tht• pt<>Ct'dure, 11aid Dr. Riehard O'Reilly. 1·hil'f of hone marrow trnni;plantation at Memo· rinl SlotmKt·ttnmg("ancerl'en tt·r m l'>t·w York. Tht• mortality rate dro~ below I:\ IJ(•rrent in ch1ldr1·n. h1· 11111d It IH unhkt·I~'. tht·r..fort", that tht• lt·<"hm11u1·cnuld ht·u;.l-donalarge IK'ale to treat. pllt1enl.8. •umt> re­llC'< lrt'ht·rs "aid. '"You have to he ~·uunl{. ~·ou ha\·(· tu l)(' nt·h. and ynu hil\etoht·...-ilhnl{torillk aunt~ mt .. ur 1·hancethat thl·curt>will kill\uu:·.,a1dllr Murk.Ja1·oh11nn an AlllS 11pt·<·ialist flt tht·l"ni,·er t<ity of C11lifornia, S!ln t'rancii;('() I don't. think you C'an forecl°"'e the po88ibility that it milfht ha,·c a rolt> in AIDS therapy in the fu turf':· said De Samuel Broder. di ra1.uroftht· 1'ational ("an('(·r In Ktitute. "But you always havl' to u"t•al111,,fcauti .. n.Whutyoudo1n a clinical inw1<ti11ati\'e ~Ntinic and what become11 therapy fort.he hundreds of thouHands of peopll• infoctt•d with HI\' art' not reull~· tht·same thinl(s He1warcht•u are t'nntmuing their11tudie.- in th1·bt,l1l'fthat tht· technique wuld pm,·idt clu1·11 to more practical AIDS tn•atmt·nt>I 'Thi11 has alwa~·· het>n 11n 1mμor tant an·nue lo pun<ue: ~aid Dr Thomas MenJo(an. din·d.ur ot the Cent.er for AIDS Rt'lt·ar1·h at Stan fordl:ni''l'r"-lt\'. If1tcanhl·1<hnwn lo w"rk. ·1h1·n you i;l.arttryinKl.O simplify it." h1·1<aid Jnl.ane-sstudy.dnTwin1-0:1llaho ration...-ithDr.Anthony t"au<·1.d1 rt'l1.<>ruftheallt·rgymi;lll.ut1·.AZT did not pren•nt the viru,; from infrctmg transplanu-d bonl' mar Gallo: Vaccine still a long way off Cl.EAR\\ ATER. F1a 1\1'1 Wh1h· AlllS ns•·an·h 1~ ad,·an< ~/( ~:~:tal~~:.~,l•:~~t·t;~:~~K':~.u:st~t'~ AlllS r1·~1·arC'her><a1d Ur Robt•rtGallo. nneol thet·x perl..!icrt-ditedw1thdi1ro,·eringthe nru11 that fauses All>S. told a meeting of immunologi11U1 that promising re~eanh w1t.h monkt•ye doesn"tmeana,·aC'cmccanheex pected soon There are so many 11tram~ of the human immunodeficient')' v1 rus.theorganU.mthatle11d11tothe fatal 11yndrunw. that ii will he toughtofindnne,·at·nnethatpre­wnt;; them all.' ht·~aid It's not tht~>rell("ally un~oh·n bit'. but no one-s clo~t' t.o it yl•I: said Gallo. theC'hiefoftht'tumor cell bmlogy laboratory at. the ;-.;a twnat Canl'l.>r ln~tttule The announcl'ment this month byaTulanel'niversityrt'llearC'her of a ,·ac('ine for simian AIDS-a &yndr<•mesimtlart< the .nemhu row·. u thl· ret1earche111 had hoped it might. Planned 11tudies u11ing differmt AID.S drulf• might be mur1·MUCC't'#11ful. l.anesaid The llopkin11 team. led by Dr. R1·m Sarai. u11t•ddrug11andradia tam to w1p1:out th1· 1mmuneayi; tt'm nf o 41-yl·ar·old AIDS patit>nt withl.vmphomn.uformof('aneer. Tht•.v thl·n 1fnve him AZT and a bunt• marrow tran11plant.. Thirty fiwdayslau•r.tlwyu11edasensi tivt• tt·st l"alled polymt·rase chain rt·at1.ton,or P("R. to11t·arl"hforth1• AIDS "iru11 in hi~ h<ody Tht·y found nu e\·idt·nn·of 1t - Lawn Care - Tree Service f ree Estima tes 'Best P rices s23 .. LAUJil **************************** ! TELEPHOME : !• AMSWERIMG SERVICE !• ! Happy Holidays, Thanks for a Great ! ! Year ! !• Only$•• !• ! annually ! : plus $15 hook-up : ! 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JJ d<>t' umPnlt·d l'ul1t1<·rpr11nm l'ltitifor ,\ [k~moto· l\i1!t1nn- · <rnd in 1~7v lur St·u~t·<1p•:·· :!6 pl11\'~ "hio·h ht1H· ""II 1·'1·r\ mt1Jor ;rnard l"r thr1r ht·111111lully nan,..! pnw<1:. o proh·ssor 11111! u l1~·1un·r ol r>olt'. u man whu ha~ ru·\'•·r maclt·u ~•·nl'to! his hh·~I\ l1· 11nd "·hu hm1~ul·n·~~lul· h marnt;unt•d u ;!O_n·nr r1•lut1<>n ship Tht· mun o1 mnn\· hub l~ Anwru·u- ffi•·hruh·d 'Wurd m11n Ed,.urd :\11,.'I ~--- ~~:l are~r~r~~e;1cr~f~eor1:.}~:ii~~'. The l'm\·er11Lt\· ul Hou11ton and th~Allt•yTheatrt'"illbe11m11c:ollal> uratH•nmth1·nr11rfuture ... hl<'h"·1lt ""'the neam ul rhe um,·pr111\\ ·M tal entjoC8.ln\'Rluablt-prufl"'lllionalexpt­rlt'nt'e Albn- tur,...t't"H th~ pr(·11en1a uonofl(cJO<lplay11hyh11111tudentJ1on theAl11-y"1Art'na1<tal(e Heha11bn-n wurk1nl("iththt·ht'Hd1>tlhl'um\·cr 111y"• 1he11t1•r dcpurtm1•nt. S1dnt-)' l:lt·rKt•r, ond nt'wAlley or!l~Utdire<.' tor Grt-iiory Boyd, toward11 thi11 11ual l{l\inl(NLthu1hertht•be11tof "hat they hn\'t" Alb•·•· IM <"Urrt•n\I\ dm<1·1in11 tlu Allt·\ Tlu·a1n· produt·twn ol h • l!lli:I :-.,.,. York llrnmu t"r1t1M1 A"<1rd- .. 111111n1o1 plU\ Who• Alra1d .. 1 \'>rtcmrn w,ouw· ~ull•'"' •nl( therunut1h1·.\!h·y.tht·prud1 Uc•n"dl(oon>1t•·l1"t'l·knut1••nal tour an:I th1·1 tru.H lo tht· Su\lt•\ l"n1nn On Jun. li.ll~i""'"lp1·rforn,.m ,j··WhusA!rn1dor\'irl(1n1u\\, f w1U ben<·fll the ~1nnt~ A•·trnl\ Centrr"s dn\·1· le •"--d 1on1·y to builda1111y..,ndlt'lhLan \m nity center m llvu~I< n. Al~••• hall' ,ftht'f'Hlll Uunnl( 11 lah' Wt-dn1••1fay .tl\Pr­noun mtt-n·1r"' h1l<'k~tlll(t•1HttwAI· ley, thl' qu11·!. n1tl(l(1h humi~•mt­Albrt> 1·xpl111rwd th11thr11n-..pt1..! tht­honunu\ ·rh111rbe1:a11~1·h1·fo1·J11h111 con~truct1nn ofat"<lmmunitynntt•r 11 a,., .• ,. "orrh .. hi!.· rau .... M~· un drr><tand1n11 11 thlll tht· c.·ntl'r wi!! nutonl\t><!'llsnl'llllrenll'r.hutol><o ont-forr..t1·rraland11d\'1wu11hr11lth t·om·t·rn11." 111.1d Alb.."<· "It "Ill pro· nd(· a \'U.luuh!t· 111·rv1t>t• not only for thel(a\t'1mmunity. hutturtht·t·n 1irec.•mmun1ty.·h1·add1·d Al~h11•al .. ay11bt .. ·no1,..nlyl(11.y and con~f't!Ut'ntly nt·Ht hu11 frlt the nt-edlo1'<•mprom1Hhi1beli1·f11tobe ac.·t-p1t'<ihy1hrpuhbt· •My hh·and ~unahtyh1\\"t'fl.tc·h11n11t·dinthp 30yt'M!ll'nbe,.·n11pl11.y"'rltchl."'o·x plamt'<i Al!>t'f". ,.,f,..n a~k.-d 1! h11 "'"rkh11d1hanl(1·d,nan"""Y•m•'1' he··c11m1·uu\ It" nt-\'t' h- <·!rrhmtcl\·n1·" nt•". ht-qu1pped.o;mihnl( l'hr c-..Jebr11ted ,.·r111'r. h<iWt-\·Pr. d111uj>prn\·t'I of the t-ntirr cunc..·pt of a "tca_, ... "-rtln,ora "gay"11ubJt .. ·t. for 1h11tmattt"r. ··Gu.\ i11not111ul> ien:·h,·11tftt..d ··Th .. ~u•yindo•·ulunL r.·11pondingtoHOCieta!prt'llf;Urt·i11a llUh)l"<·t All!ft• wu~nr_\"bμe<:ificaboutthit1 top1cm>1rect•ntmter\'il'"'inthPAd \U\'llU". "l(ay mlll(UZinr. and liijkt..! thath111thoul(h\llht'rt-1t.,ratt'<ilrom 1h11 mtt'r\·i''" with Kim Gurfit·ld "I han \'\•f\" C.Hllplt•)t r .... ·hngs ahout "'hNht-r ,a gay play,.·ril{ht m111t .. ntt-11houtl(a\·suh1e<ts••oth.e1hro· rythutheorJ<hei11inn1pah!t-nfrnm· pre ~ndml( hr!t'r<>a•·x1111l rt-~1>0"8411 to ,,ft- I don't thnk that"1;rue ht· called 1(11\' l1t..r>1ll r~ l(ay the•ter andl{a\· pln\·,.·ri\mjl1aturnmgout tob1 .. okmdofhm1tat1nn.~umatter ho" wrll·mtt·nllnnl'd lt 111. tt'H l{h1·1t"il<llwn. Snmt· uf th~ charu.c­h- n; m ony 1•l""• ""'II"'' ,..,d,...,m,. ar~ 11\rn111h1. And tht1t'1 fint._ t>o;-. cnu111·thut'shnwlifr1M l\u ont• rd..r• lu 'ht•ter<n;exual" "rihn1(' h1·1·undu1h·d Who"><Afraiclof\irl(minWuolf' w11~ All ... ·1··· tint m11.1~in e<.•mmer n11l1111-ct'llll.S1nl·rtht·nhf'hn11CTl'11.t t-d 11 cnn111dt-rnhlt' huc!y of wurk ll""''"'·t'~ 27 n·11n al"tt•r 1t11 debut. Alhee111y1 "'th11.t,.·mkleth111 "1t"1a nr)'l(<"-><l1oltt)'1tndl"mqu1tt·hoppyl ,.·rott 11. It"• h:rou11ht 1<utfocwnt fi n1rndul1uc.·•·llll that l'H llt'HT hud told<>,.rfield t•dupJic11tt-1! Anohl'r tlm11 I don·t likt· 11 A a· nrtt- h .. po1n1t-d .. u11ha1 l(htll<.•<1t1 ',ykint.of •It'll n< nth J>•I\ h t'\t•rl(1•tten (ILl1' I in.ltl It ~ .. , ....... "nh ii} l mu~texhib1thisabihtyo1111.director and must be able to be ubJl'Cti\'l' about his work. ··11 i11theauthor'• responsibility to kno" 811 much a11 poM;ibl .. abuutallrurpectJlofthetht· atl't:"Al~saidhefirmtybelirn"H Thl'authurmustalsur"alizt-thathe or11hl'1s"notai;mallcogmalarl(e "-httl."headded To this end. Albtt hai; for the p11111 decsde taught master clasllf>9 aroundtheoountry.pnmarihinthl' crafts.andparucularlyinplay>n1t rngandd1rec11ng. '"I mafa1rlyt.elf u1h peraun." 1111}"1 AlbeP wllh 11elf deprecaung humur. ·J teach be-­cau11el leam. Craftworki11al"·ay1 d1ffettnt. ne\·ertheHame. and I of tenu.rt1culatethingsld1dn'tknn"I thought Albei"feelathatifyoukno"..:'me. thing. it is your re11pon11ib1hty to share that information He ia cur rently 11.haringknowledgewith t"·o da•HE'f! {about 25 11tudents> 111 the llmversity of Hou11ton. Thi' 11tu dent1are11eLeetedonthPb111111of 11Crtpt11thatthey11ubm1t. Albee rt'­cewes about l:.l511cripts per year. reads e11ch u.nd then chOOllee hi11stu dents b1111ed on whether he fcela he can help thl'm He recei''t'll many polished. profeHionu.l product•. but ia more interested in the creative mind with rough edges The nati\'e r\ew Yorkl'r i• in hi11 fourthyl'arofH1110Ciat10n,.1th l'll wh1chhasathe11.terdepartmenthe labe\11first·rate.MC*tofhi11theater '1ev.·inK here has bttn of produt· tiun11 "·ntten by h11111tudent11.110 he hasn"1 fonned an opmmn about Jlouswn theater or local wnter1as ,.<'< A1k1-d"hlllth1••t't'r("listolunl(e\· ily in11n·l11.tum11h1p.11mt't'h1111so! ~uch lnntc atnndrnlo( Albee rephl'd rtadil.\."ll(ueulnt't-dananthor:' H111partm·r11 an artu•t, and both hn m '"" \'ork They11pendabo11t t-il(ht munth• ul theyt'artol(t·lht•r. ':After:.lO~·f'arM:'1<aulAJbt-..."W..,arr t<il(t'lher ht'<·au11ewe w•nttobeto j.t,l.' lhPr.Wt·entc:.\·eachotht-r"1c.•mpa Paraphr11.1mK J11ml'll Thurt Albtt1uggl"tltl'dthatmama11edoro; nutmaket"'-'l*•Pleone.buttwo."lt take.acompletel)('nonto1u11taina rl'lationah1p."he1a1d. The on]\- way a relauonsh1p""rk,., hebe'1 .. vet1.111 1fyuudon"tnet'd1t Albee 111 loukmg forward to tht· Broadwa)' prem1rrl' of h1J1 ne,.·t't;t ,.·ork. Marr111111· Play," hopefully thi1C<.<mmKfall.Tht-p!aydebutedin \'it·nnala .. ty1·ar. Aftt·rtht-openmg nl th .. Alley'11 \'1r1[inia Wvolf' he will ht-11mworkon ane" play lt111mmy hudandlwon"tdi vuliiean.vthingahoutit.but1t"'il!be excitmganddangl'ruu1:"heB~surcd Meu.nwh1Je.1hemannfmanyha1.11 w11lcontmuetoradiatehi1furmida ble l'nt-rjtlt'M in many direc­tion11 ... tt'arhinl(. lt't1.Urinl(. "nting d1rectinl(. curating m u.rt mu&eums and ut11m11te]y c.>mpletml( two, thrttorfourplayMalwa)·•sll'winK mh11h(•ad On Jan. b. thoe<t· ent'fl(li."11 "Ill he focu11l'donhelpml(theMuntrotlf'Ac: h\lty <."t'nltt and tht' HouMtun KRY Hnd leshian e<.•mmumty rNlhit' 1Ui dream(Jfafi1'1't·ra\l'cummun1tycen Study: Some labs issue confusing, wrong results to tests By SAHAH ?\;OR UGH~;:-, tht- rrporl that it hi' und oh- .,.·urPt1th1•data: 8ent'n.....,n11aid1n CHICAGO 1AP· "[.uboratoriu a tt-!ephone interde" llt'<' 21 11hould us1· huck-up \l"st>< tot-n~urt- He and h11; colleaKues urgt'd that po11it1\"t' rl.'!lult11 in lt·strnl( for 11upplemental t('t;tll and 111Hndard thP AIHS \·iruM art' corrf't·t, tht'n ltt-d criu·ria to t'mrnn· poslli\'l' n·· un clt•ar. 1·ond11t' lungual(e to dt t1ulti; scribt•tht·rt"HultJ<.n't<t'art·h1•r11n'<"· omml'ndt•dintht'l)t>t·.;!:.!editionol In tht• 11ummer of Hll'il'i. th1• re- Journal of tht• Amt•rit·an Mt'liital 111·urt·ht•r11 providec! mt·di1·al fu1·ili AJJsociation li.,11 with spff1mens that 1·11rrit'd They furtht'r llUJUlt-t;ted that cri tht- human immunodtfieu·nt-y vi tt-ria hedt·\doped tot·nobte labu ratont'8 to le11Mn the numbt•r of Tht· mt·dic:al fac1h11t11-huspi· "indett-rminatl·" r1'11ults tht-y tal11, din1cs and a dod.ur'11 uffit>t· ach1e\t' and •a~· with mort• n•r wt-rt· later asked to suhm11 tht­tainl}' "hetht·r a pt•raon d<>t"ll or 1ampl1•s to the l11boratunes the~· dot"11 not carry tht' AlllS \'iru•. ift"nt·rally rel~· un when lei<tmg for ~earlv halftht' lahoratorit'tl tht' tht- All)S ,·1ru11. Tht- 13 laborato­re. rean:·ht·r. t•xammt-<l pm\·idt'd n~wt'rt'nottoldth• 11amplf'llwt•rt· confusmg N t-rn>nt'OU!I ret1ult.1 w part of a 11tud~· test.JI for tht- AIJlS nru11. Ur Hcnt·nson 8aid that. in normal Abram Bt-1wn11 .. n ofthrSiln IJieii:o 8tate l"ntn·r><1ty S,·hool of l'uhh1· Heahh es.id Laboratonl'fl lrl'l:1Ut·ntly rt"lurn the1rruult11 to d .. ,.t.,niandh0topi· tala wuh '110 much Kihl11•n1<h on pmct"durt·. mu,.tlaboratori~fin;t tei<t fur the ,·irus usml( an 1•niymt' 1mmunoa111u1y. or EIA. u·st and. if th11t h'flt ~ po.iti\·e. rt-peal it If the second te,.;t is 111110 po1<1 tin· labc uftt-n then ust- an .. tht·r t1t··ln.qu1•nt!y ont· callt-d the W'l' .. \t·rnhlut-toHrifytherl'flult11 Tht· prohkm with tht' We~tern blot 1t·11t. H1·m·n11on1uud.1Hthatit has had m1·on11i~\t"nt criteria whtfh madt- a po11it1n· determina tion··amnttt•rof1ntt•r11n·tation·· Oflht·lahs l:lrt•portinl("bllc:kin th1·study, all fl'll<>rU•d pt!Mtlivere­J< ults tu tht· EIA h·1ton the11ample that in fat·tdic!n1rr.\" tht·AIDSvi But. at tl\I" next l'tal(e in which th .. poi;1tl\·1· r1"9ult ii ,·erified by a t<f'Cnndkmduftut.lht-i:llabedid not do"" wl"ll. th1• 11udy 11a1d Elevt-nu11edWt"t1tt'rnhlutteo;t1ng to ha•·k up tht- EIA rt'>'ulta. Of th•,..t". fiH J'\>IKlrtt-d thl' spKimen wa11poamvt•:fiH·rt·portt.'dmdeter· mrnatt- Tt'llUllli. and one lab rt'­turnt.' d1her1 .. rHuli.tothephy11i· c1ana11dtol..; h1m todohitownm tt-rprt'lation.the11tudy11aid Un1·oftht-lab.iid1dnoconfinn11 tor.\·le,.t.andoneu~ed11n1mmuno fluon ct-n1·1· lt-1<t to c.mfirm the po11itive result oorrectly r~· re11ull.1 Thereporteaidthat110meofthe The authon llr11. Peter labs used ··excessive and polen Drotman and !tonald Valdiaerri. tially oonfusing information 11aid that lahll J*rfonned between when reporting back. Some of the 2;J million and ;J:! million ttllts for language was so oonfueing. it the All>H virus in 19.'lK The)· said would be difficult for a physician that number will likely l("row m the to know if the resulting test were futurt' positive or negative, the authors Emwring the quality of H IV said teflting encomp11161'11 more than One lab said a po11itive re11ult "ie ~i:~.,t'~~i'~~-eann~ltbt~~!.~::s~·e!~~~ ;:.~~~eg~~~~~:;::r~~S. only of It'll\ 1.11 completed can contribute ju11tasmucherrora11afaultycon ·Sofarasweknow.ifyouha\'ea trol positive serological test. you have the virus and you are capable of tran1mitting the infection: Benenson suid. adding that lat. may use unclear language •·10 try to be Ir.ind and not frighten the pa In an accompanying editorial in the journal. twodoct.ore at the fed e•alCentersforOiseasl'Controlm /'o.•antasaidthey··enthusiastical lyendorse"thestudy"art'<"f)mmen dations for clear. ooncise laborall). The journal also indudl'fl a ree· ommendation from the lJ.S Pub­lic Health Service thatnopc:»>1ti,·e reaulll be relea11ed lO pat1ent11 be­fore a lll'Cond oonfinna«•ry tt'til is performed It al110 11ugget11.1 11tandards for the interpretation of the We11tl'Tn blot test. 1tandard1 which Benen11on •aid would have re>1ult edm p()8iti,·ereadings bythl'five labe that reported mdetenninate re11ult.s. Ohio city council member criticizes pamphlet on drug use CINCII\1'<ATI !Ai'>· ·A City intraHnously ~~~)~c~11';;,~1~rd::1~;~~\~~i~:. t~~ . Th111 is tantamount tu another r11y"1 Health llt·partment hei·aullt' city dt-partment !(lvmg m~truc· he says tht- document ahow11 j)('<>' tiuns on how to hot wtrt· a ca~·· pie ho" to take drug1 C'ounc Jman Jim C ll said ('1M<t·ll a11k1•d tht• city admini11 tratum D('I.' 20 to mvestigate the Health Department"11distribution of thl' pamph]N on acquired 1m m une dt-hcit-nt·y syndrome Cu II said he has l'E't't'ived com plaints 11bout the pamphlet fn)m city residents The pamphlet, distributed by the city under a three-year. $700.000 annual federal grant. give~in"tructionsonhowtoclean a hypodermic:needteforreuseand rontaintexplicitsexuallanguage The pamphlt'I al110 include11 two rondoma Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sa le, house for rent, or just about anything , call 529-8490. .3Jn 1i1l'moru of -MICHAEL JAMES SMITH t< Dec 2( 191 1 truy a servant ol theL•vmgl.u hllS m dhosgtll to the u1en( ng IOve J1 6od He d•ed of a car cerous nle:l•OO ol the bra•n at 10'.Kl m Wed11esday Dec 20 1989 He1ssurv•vedbyh•s lolemate. L&rry Butler. h•S mother. Elozabeth Sm•lh his lather. James Smith. and family members Greg Smith. Dennis. TamMy and Sarah Smoth. and Jell. Wai da and Amy Smith M1chae1 is remembered by his school buddies Patti McKee and Sandra Scurlock. by hrs many friends from the restaurant bus•­ness. his cleanmg serv•ce. people he touched during hos life. and by members of hos :hurch family too numerous to ment1 :>n Mochael was a member of Dawr1 ll Faith Metro­poh1an Communily Ch• rch and a lnend o! many om fl Michael was a man of rove He gave freely of h•msell IO others 10 promote love. lr1tndSh1p. tun. good tomes and thewon>h•POI God In re­turn. he was showe•edw1tn troe love and fr.endsh1p of many He s re­membered w•lh ove by au M1chac s m oriaJ aetv•ce wdl behelda\1100 m onJan 6atrhe Me1ropol1tan Con mun•ty Chu•ch of the Resurrect• n 1919 Dr.a1ur Street in He .11., Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service. garage sale. house for rent. or just about anything. call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice The Montrose Voice is the First Choice' Montrose Counseling Cienter gets two grants The Mont.rose Counseling center has reoelvedtworurwgrantatortta HJV,AJDS progr&ma, 01mt.er om cl&la have &nnOW'I08d. Dealgn ln­duaU' 188 Fcrundauon for AIDS (DI FF A I reoenUy noUlled the cen­ter's execuuve dinlCtOr. Ann RoblSOn. that UlBy a.re &wudinj '13.600 tot.he center's HIV1AlDS prqJeet Theee tundB are to be used to oounsel &J\Yonl who IS HIV-posi uve and e&nnat e.tford the oenter'e regul&r ree Ma.rgte D!Jacklln, MSW ACSW, the pl'Qlect.'a ooof'd1n&. wr, eeee a oonunUAl need for Jong term profese!onal oounsellng for people who have tested poe!Uve COunaellng. along w1t.h reg oounaellng and nutrtuonal eciuc..­uon. The case m&nagement por­uon of the grant IS pan. of a larger progratn of the Health Reeouro11B Servtoea Al:!m1nlst.r&Uon (HR8AJ prQ)eCt The stat! member funded by th18 grant WW be able to 8881.st PWAsand people who a.re HIV-pee. !Uve through the maze ofoommu­n1t. Y and governmental agenctea The nutrition educa.Uon program wUl be a monthly program oo­sponaored. wtt.h the PWA Coe.II· uon-Houst.on to help people who are HIV-posltlve plan meals which asstat them In strengtbenJng the immune system ular medical care, et.n help reduce atresa and Improve quallf\YOflife. eheMid.. Montroae BelChbor­hood Anyorui lnterest.ed lnt.heseaervtoee~ oontact the oentera.t 629-0037 "Thls IB a wonclerful pre&­ent i.o the center t.nd t.he communlty'.' Dt J&ekl1n "'d - "Fortun.ea an4Fanta­~ aiea" The center has l.1ao re- womynsl)808 1a spon· :!.~$25~~~: Health sortng a New Ye&r"s Eve dance on throughtheGI'9&U!rHOWltOnAID6 Dec 30 at Autry Houae. 6266 5 Alll&rule for cue management. Mai.n. The theme of the chemlcal· tree event 18 ··Fortunee and Fa.nt&· 8.lell'" TI18re w1ll be pe.J.m l'Mding. a.atrology. ta.rot card.I &nd runestone read1ng8 ofl'ered. so New Year revelers Ct.fl aee what. the future holcla ln store for them ln t.he gay oo·a. members sal.d. The dance 18 a women-only. chemlcally tree spMlll. beg!nnl.nS at 8·00 p.m. and oontlnuing unUl midnJCl.t. when the old year w1ll be toasted and the new year wel corned with non·aloohollo cham· pagne. A 16 donation to Wom,ynspaoe 18 requested. for ad· """'°n. -RalJ41on an4 homo­euu. allty Pa.rents and Friends of Leeb1an8 and Gays ( PFI..A.G) of Houston w1ll begin a two Pl.rt progr&m on rell& Ion &nd homoaexuallt,y at Its Janu­ary meet1nj The progre.m topic on Jan. 21 w1llbe'"Rellg10nandhom<> .a.e,.x,u..a llcy- -What. doe8 the Bible Pa.renta FU.G. a support. group, meete on the t.h1rd Sunday of eech month, except Deoember. at Grace I -..... AIDS •OUOODATIO,!I N_OVS~'!. )-- 5'24 AIDS early. Stretch Lincolns, Cadillacs and Sedans available 24 liour reservations Ma1or Credit Cards accepted (713) 461-8323 1·800-343-2949 AFH11gett111gb1ggerb1llboa.rd11ocid1;ert11e1t1hollmelhroushou1thec11y ~------~ Lutheran Church. 2516 Waugh. -New AFHbillboarda AIDS Poundat.lonHIJU8t.On&ndP&t­rtclr. Medl.a Group are combining etroiu to oonunue an educ&tlonal b1llboard display program throughoUt the gre&Ler Houston are&. Tb8 posters feature AFH"s hoWne number and the alogan ':A..106 hurta us all" Patrick Medi&. which donar.ed the posting of 100 amaller bWboard& In M.a.rch.18 do­naung apace and po6t1n& for 100 12'by24" dl8p1'Y&at&tt.eet.hrougb· out the city David Hinkle, M.D. Gary Treese, M.S.W., Ph.D. Unnamed fundamentalists 'forbid' Gay Games Psychiatry •n4 Psychotherapy 4200 Unnamed "Chr!auan lMdere who Montl'ose Blud. llve tn Great.er Vancouver .. ahocked organizers of Celebruton ·90, 011,y Or.mes 111 &nd Culture.I FestJval lMn. month wtth IWl·p&ga ads tn thedt;y'a two m.t,Jor dally newepe.pere oalllf1' for the games not t.o take place t.empunc to oontrol thB Je«al actlvt· t.tea of&nothergroup orCan.r.dlana:' Barry MoDell. a director of thB Cel• brat.ton '90Board.toldt.heV&noouver Sun, one oftha twopaperswhlchran """'"T"h'! scypeofactton.whlledirected at the ga,y &nd lesbian oommunlt,y th1a time.can be directed at r.ey group of people: Wathereforewtthl.llreverenoe and eerloull lnt.entton. In Chrlst"anarne.makaapub­llcatatement t.h&tbao.IWle •attonal Gay Oommunlly •otH u- g&mea w\ll brtng Oocfa]Udlment upl)n uaa.11 ill th18 01ty. we therefore fortl"1 them ill the name and authoMt,y of JellUll Chnat.Webel!eVet.h&tthey McDelladded. Negative re-.ctlons werealllog&rneredtrom abro.dspect.ru:nofpeo. pletromt.he leabtanand ga,y oommwur.y and rrom the rum·ga,y oommunlt,y ah.all not talte plaoe: one 1!18CUODoftheadsre&d.17WI adsal110oalledfor'·Splrttu&lW&rf&re' Ruruung under the b&nner head ltne ''TUne i. NlUW1( out: the Mlver­uaement. e !.Jnmed.!alely provok.ed a storm ofcontrov1r1y ill vanoouver Sponsorsofthetwoads.rePortedto h&vecoet11e.ooo.~toldentey thlrnselvet or to speU to the prea. Cl!llebrauon ·90 org&n1z.ers Wflre quick to respondt.oabarrageormed.1 a ui.ention. ·we are dla&ppoillted t.ha.1 a group or people would bl wfil. lf1' toependth.lsamountofmoneyat- """T"he'8 e bigotearen'tftt to wash the r-. or the women &nd men they h&ve w1.u-iy VUlned ill their ads:· commented John Dizon. pr881i:klnt or thB BMuah Columbia C!VU Ublruee A88oc1&Uon. Gordon Howe. pre61dentofthe BC c.onferenoe of the Unl!.ecl Church. wuquotadaaa&ytngthath111n1Ual re&Ct.tons were ""not ftt to print Letterstotheed.ltoreo!thatwopa­pere were overwh8hn1n'1f t.gt.lnst the ads. and. provoked an apology from the Vancouver Sun. ·we regret that It went un!l&Medaa MMtrtJBtng ( IUI &ppeuanoe WU INCh that a read ermi,hthaveperoetvedltaaed.ltorl· al matertal} and we unequlvooall,y de­plore tta lao1t of8lgnaturee or attr1bu· tton.In&dditton,weoonstderltamee­sage repugnant:· thB Sun'• reeponae ""11n- Deeplt.e bllf1' buoyed by thB public re&etton. the Oamee organ1zers were wary of future etrorts by the funda. mental18t& 'Toalargeextentt.h.apa.rt.lCUl&r ads~· said Shawn P Kelley, oonsulttng execuuve d1r9ctor "We've had a t.remendoua OUt~tng ot o!· !ere of volunteer and t\nand.&I eup. pon.beoauaeofthem · But wa &re oonoemed about the ablltt,y of ll'OUPI .uch aa thl8 to r&1M Latpamoun!Aofmoneytotrytostop us Glventhe~ntlllltbllckatollltl1 &lt ga,y f'l&hUI in Tl.coma. Concord and San P'r&ncl800, wetaker.eyllUCh thre&l.I tram the tund&mentallBt right very MMOUab'. and w• appeal to thB illt.ern&UOn&I le8bW1/1P.Y oom· munJtytoeuppon.U11~Kellyadd "' Celebrat.ton ·90 will h&ve a~- of nearly 11.000.000 over the next ninemonthsWhlleathlet.eentryf-and UClult 91.lee to the event's open· tng and oloetng oeremoruee wW ac­count for the bulk oft.he revenue, or­pntu1re al&O depend on pMvu.e dQ. ne.tlons "Ws knoW that these ri,ht.-wing fundamentallst.a have a long range goal of trying to stop the games and that they are wlll·funded;' Mid McDell "'Now ISthetimeforthBln· ternauonal leeb18Aga,y oommun.u,y to euppon. the Jargll6t sports and cul· turalfeettvaltthaaeverutemptedto produce"' o.,yGa.mes IIIandOJltural Fest.I valwWtakeplaoeAug 4-ll. l990Ul theOrea.i.erVanoouverarea. lnquJ.r­ies ahouldbe~to:Celabra· uon '90, 1170 Buteatr.. Vancouver. B.C. V6! IZ6 -HllCFboard Laura B Altachul, a lo!!I urne acttv· IBt and consultant In the northwest. wu named~ ofthB Human RlShta c.amp&lgn Pund board ordl rectors at a recent "boardmeettng ill ""'"La"u'*ra's ma113'yearsofaper1snoe aa a pollucal organizer &nd advtaer wUl clearly strengthen HRCra ef fortatoadvanollthBOllWllofleabtan AIDS activists protest church positions Dealer seeks to sell Warhol chair for research PHILADt:l.PHIA-A Philadel· phiaartdea!erhasexperiencedno luck in efforts to cash 1n on the raire for ml'morabilia to benefit AllJS rl'!learch Joo;eph Di Bella said he"•askin(( S:lI:i0.000 for a diret:lor's chair once bl<longing to am.st Andy Warhol Wtth thl'pr0Cfl'ds.hehopeo1toex pand the immunological research of his partner. Dr. J0>1l'ph P Cotropia. "ho work"' at the t:m· ,.l'nity of Penn~yl\'ania student ht>althchnic Warhol directed such art films a.a 'Slf't.'p;· "Lonesome Cowbo) and "Chl'lsf!a Girls." Di Bella bou11ht tbe chair at Sotheby"s auc· uon housf! in \91'11-1. when much of Warbul"aeo1tatewl'nton1heblock Di Bella 11a1d Warhol was a friendanddient Heha1anexten· 111\"l' cullt'<"llun of the late artist'1 artandmemorab1li1.includinga $100 bill autoiffaphed by Warhol and a l!l!Nlimitl'd·editionprintof ~lizabeth Taylor. Di Bl'lla 11sid he got the idea of sellinir1hecha1rtufinancethere- 11esrch after watchina film memo­rabilia ft>tCh huge aume in recent years. mdudin11 5154.000 for thl' piano played m '"Casablanca' and~.;,,txJOfora"·itch'11hatinthe The Wizard of Oz.'' I 11a1d to my11elf. 'Uthe piano from "'Ca11ablanca" could go for that much. then wbo knows what tbe chair would bring: IJi Bella said To sell the black canvas chair with Warhol"s name etched in white ll'tters. Di Bella wrote to me­dia baron l\taloolm Forbefl. to Phil adelpbia ~aales owner :\orman Braman. to mo\·ie dirl'Ctor Ste\'en Spielbug and t-ven to Japam.•a•• art museuma 1hat ha"e recent!) made expenai•·e purch&.lle,,; :>;otakers Adverti .. l'mentt; pla<·ed m :\e" York City and Philadelphia news papnsgotcallsfromtmlythecuri ous. not tholiewith currency ""They just wanted to know morl': he said I.OS A;>;Gt:I.ES1APJ-Sev t'ntl d"tt'n pro-l·ho1ce and AIDSat·t1•·111111demon11trat t'dout.11dt·St \'1biana·,ca thi'dral downtu"n in pro­tt'>' t oftht> Human ('athohc l'hur1·h·11 11tance against ahortmn and the Ullt'Oft'On dom11 AhnutF.I) prott'11tt·r•pick l'tt-d uut111de while Arch b111hop Ho111·r Mahony con du1·1t·d a Chr111tma• mau Munda)· morning Soml' of t!w dt·mon11tratou cnrried 11111n11 that 11a1d "'JHus S11n•11 Souh1. {'ondomMSan> l.i\'('11: Man charged after rough sex led to death ;.;,, urru\.11 v.nt' made. 11a1cl poliCt' Uflkt-r Hobl<rt !l<1lr•1yd '"Tht>rewt>rereally "'' conlruntatwn1:· ht> add ed ··it w·"" "er• pt"un•fur Six 1•nil't'111 momturl'd thl" dt'momnrator11 a1 the) pll!N<t-d out ('{>ndums and pamphl>·t>1 :;YHA{TSE. KY 1AP,-A "tl·yesr oldhandymanhP8becnthPr11<·dm tht'dePth ufll man"·1thwhom he h11dallt'Rl°db"bt-enhannlo(·ruugh 11ex."polin11Sid City Court Judl(e LanRMton l\.kKmneyt'ntttl"deninnol"f:ntplt'I on bth11lfo!John P (.°(o\Kh. ofS~·ra t·u~l'. lllter pohcecherirl"d him "11h 11t'cond·deirree man11lauirhter l""\'!l'hw111ordnt'dhrldmtht'Cll) 1a1l1nheuot:i.lOJOO<aMhh111· r ~L-1.000 bond Th .. y "l're .. nttatt(-({101 .. xualac unt~· -rough ..... and th•• n<'l•m d1l"da1arnultol1t.'ea1d1-iyracu11e pohl'l' 11p .. kt-sperson Hod ('arr The ,·,.·tim. t:uirent- R T~p<d•k1 Sr.~,-, >f Bald"·1ns'i it' "' found dtadma11mallbedroomath111ba1h worn n·modehn1111hopUK· 17. Po­lfre 11aid {"o\·ich lt!t T~•polBki dead UK.16 Pohtt' 1mt1alh thoulo(hl the death waM11<ndt'ntalando1.-curTedSB8rt-- 11ult of Tupobk1 perfnrminir an autot'l"lllll" 111·\. 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'Let'• du "•mt'thmir toireth thechildrl'n"11dinitatthel:m\·t'r er. 111t) of California. 1.011 Angt-11'11, ·J don't thmk he know11 his MedicalCenter.w1thoutfurtherin· fec111:· Re1111an 11a1d later ··1 ap c1denl po1ntl'd a. natwnal rommu1;1on Youareamurdererandabyp<r hmAIDS' cme. If you had done aomethmir I don't hold him rl'spon11ible: eight year11 ago the11e children said Ur Richard Sttehm. a LTLA pediatrician and AllJ::-1 rHearcher whn deff!nded th~ Hl'liran admm· 111tration. Many pt'oplt' didn't kno" the scopl' of thl' d1se11,;t ini· tially. he said [n~ide the medk11I Cl'nter. R1•agan i:ave stutled animals lo about a dozen chi!drf!n who hll"l' AIDS The youngstt'h. rangin(l from 6 months to 6 years old. 11ani{ •Jmirll' Bells" ' with Reajian and putied forptctur"" with him I hope maybe tmy "i11ttJ will bnnir more altentwn to the need to do ,;ometbin(( about this horrible disease;· Reairan 1;a1d I kn"" a greatmanypeoiipll'areworkmirto find an an.swer totbu; andlli/o!VUM&hta&ndaecureaa.. quatetundJn4fortheAII:6epldem1o:· aaldTlmMcFealey.ueeut.tvedireetOr of HRCF ·we are loo~ forward to her aottve illvotvement aa ~ andtheexpert.lse~oansharewtth ua:·rui...id. Altaohul, who haa Jtved ill Seattle stno1 l98e,1Sd1rectorofMa.rketln4 and Strategic SlrvlOIS u Northwll6t ~.apubltorelat1onsandg011· ernrnant atralr8 nrm Sulte480 Houston, Te:iuu 77006 S:&:l·9816 n oor w1mming Pool Sauna Steam room Whirlpool Wide Screen Television Private Video Rooms 4 Video Channels Work Out & Weight Area Help Us to Enjoy Our Newly Remodeled Sundeck Snack bar Expand Our Club We're adding on three new rooms and now's the time to show your DESIGNING TALENTS Here's What We're Looking For: 1) Leather Room 2) Mirror Room 3) Western Room Winners of This Contest Will Receive a Free Weekly Pass to Your Aoom (s) and a One Year Membership Deadline: Dec. 15--Jan. 15 Clubs Welcome to Enter Contest The Safest Place to Meet Men Come Join Us for Our New Years Eve Celebration From 8pm till ? 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UNLIMITED SAM RYAN DAVID R. GARLICK Owner Travel Consuttont Travel Consultant (713) 529-2218 1410 H'l'(le Pol~- Su.te 3 HcuiTOO. Je•OS 77006 ~Its q.~ q.(J/X, JOE VARGAS THE MONTROSE VOICE BAR-ZAAR DECEMBER 29, 1989 Inside this section People who want to meet She welcomes the new year M~Soap People and place• around 1ur c1 mmunity Here's Joe Vargas to grace our cover this New Year's weekend. He's 31, a biology student and graphics artist. His hobbies include working out (in his garage). Favorite clubs are Rich's and Montrose Mining Co. And he's a Cancer. Plus, he is alive and well. (We mistakenly ran Joe's photo last week in the obituary column, for which we apologize.) The end of the decade is bringing forth endless assessments of the '80's. For us two major events dominate the past ten years: This was the decade of AIDS and, most recently, the swift changes in Eastern Europe. Unfortunately, the AIDS story will also dominate the coming decade. And in years to come, when the epidemic is-hopefully-history, a future generation will voice astonishment that the United States failed to grapple with the crisis until it became an intimate issue with the heterosexual population. The other story, still occurring in Eastern Europe, is the most significant development in world politics since the defeat of Hitler in 1945. For those of us born before the last "great wai,' the post-war epoch has been one long East­West struggle, always played out in the shadow of nuclear annihilation. American domestic and foreign policy has been predicated, for over forty years, on the Red Scare and continu­ous arms buildup. Our every national action has been conditioned on the "Evil Empire;' and Eastern Europe was as­sumed to be lost unless liberated by a future war, a war that would have eliminated a future for everyone. Yet, in a few brief months, we have witnessed, without any exterior influence or pressure, a revolution truly of the people in every Russian satellite as well as even some parts of the Soviet Union itself. Just as the year 1848 stands as the landmark of European democratic revolt of the last century, so 1989 will be remembered in this soon depart­ed epic. There is, however, a common thread in these two events. While AIDS slowly but surely devastates this country and the people under Communist rule throw off the shackles of oppression, the government of the United States consistently displays a bankruptcy of leadership. Neither Reagan nor Bush has been willing to deal with AIDS. (Bush's recent visit to an AIDS ward was restricted to "innocent" victims of AIDS-children.) Likewise, we con­front the paradox of modern history: As Eastern Europe rallies to democracy their hero is not the leader of the world's oldest republic, the United States, but rather it is the leader of the Soviet Union. History belongs to those who understand the past and read the future. Now for a local issue: Primarily through the agency of Ray Hill the Houston GLPC has been alerting our commu­nity to a new censorship threat here in Houston. Back in September the City of Houston extended the sexually oriented business (SOB) ordinance to cover bookstores which offer "books, magazines, films or videotapes ... periodicals, or other printed or pictorial materi­als which are intended to provide sexual stimulation or sexual gratification to such customers ... " Now if that doesn't open a Pandora's Box for censorship then nothing would. Perhaps because of our Dallas experience (where we characterized the so-called decency groups lobbying to shut down all bookstores as the Dallas Dames for Decency) we can't help wondering who is behind this current drive to "regulate" adult bookstores. While LOBO has always been uniquely different from other businesses (not having viewing booths and thus no sex on the premises-on activity that rightly should be eliminated) we also rec­ognize any infringement upon printed or pictorial publication is an infringement upon us all. LOBO Dallas achieved a ruling from that city that it is not an SOB business. This was done at considerable cost to our business. While other bookstores, controlled by well-heeled out-of-state ownership, staved off city action with endless lawsuits they operated more openly than before. LOBO Houston is and will, in any case, always ope rat under both the letter and spirit of the law. But our com­munity must always be aware of these new attempts to limit our exercise of the basic rights granted to all citizens. Many of you have already contacted your city councilperson. More need to do so. Our Dallas experience demon­strated the influence of a small but vocal minority. In that case it was the Dames for Decency. Let it be our voices that are heard here in Houston. In the meantime, we welcome the new decade and the challenges which it undoubtedly will hold, and we at LOBO wish the best for each of you and particularly for our community. ! ~ ~ l£J r-:1-SHEEA INSANITY• ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales •Rentals • SWimwear • T -Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accesso•ies • Necessities Montrose Voice Bar Zaar -Rubie's CLOSED. available for private functions. reserve one week 1n advance -J R_.s_ Pacific Coast Dancers 6pm-2am A, l TP\jQ HEC'PE.\..IAI Al'IOR:::C LAA EVENT ATHOIJ_, N 8" RE AURANl~AM JIH -iP ,...._~ ~~ .. ~ .. 1NMIN WHILH -Club Body Center Lockers $4 50 noon-m1dn AC VERT N ANC 01 11Bl. "· E M1)N )_.;,. V ICE We JO our best lu make this list as accurate as possible but there may be some errors Cal lhe bar ,r restaurant to confirm an event Most Always -Bacchus Happy hour 4-8pm -Cousins Happy hour prices every day openmg-7pm Thai Villa Restaurant Dady lunch & Dinner specials. piano entertainment Thurs-Sat Nights -Mary's Mon-Sat happy hours 7am­noon 5-9pm -E1J·s 7am-8pm Happy hour. 7am- 6pm S 1 Vodka drinks. Beer bust 4. 10pm Monday-Saturday -Mornma's Money S 1 Well & Domestic Beer. Monday-Saturday tam· 11am -Mamma's Money I )C Well Dnnks. Monday-Thursday. 9-m•dn Momma·s Money Happy hour. Monday-Saturday. 7am-8pm -Charl1e·s Restaurant Dinner & m1dn specials Missouri St Station: Happy hour prices to 9pm Chutes Happy hour 7am-8pm. pitcher frozen margaritas $5. beer bust 3· 11 pm. Pitcher beer $2 ·J.Rs. Monday-Friday. hors d'oeuvres 5 30-7 1.0 Past Time Happy hour 12-Spm ·Pot Pie Restaurant Free Home Delivery -Club Romeo Happy Hour 5-9pm ·Santa Fe Trading Co. Open 4pm. m 1 happy hour cocktails. $1 75 longnecks or happy hour price single well to lOpm ·Scandal's Open 11 am Mon-Sat. Noon Sunday, OJ Dennis McGinnis -J R's 3-1n-1 Happy hour opening- 10pm -Venture-N Dancing on the Fars1de 7 days a week. with DJs Mike Scott & Raul Quan E J s Sunday- Thursday. Sl well drinks 1 am-2am -Missouri St Station Open 4pm- 2am -Mothers Volleyball on patio. happy hour 7am-8pm. Keok1 Kona 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri 2nd floor bar -Miss K1tty·s What A Nellie Deli. 1 lam-3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fn -Briar Patch Happy hour to 8pm Charlie's Restaurant Open 24 hours Friday Bacchus Gay Dating Game 8pm -Cousins Cousins & Company 10 30pm, Ron Sioux. Robbie Roberts. R1kk1 O'Shea. Misty Morn Diana Wright. Tiffany LaShea -Montrose Mining Co Special Forces male dancers) 8pm-2am Momma·s Money Talent Night 10.30pm. cash prizes ·Scandals OJ Dennis McGinnis -Chutes. 75c well iam-noon. Sl well & Sl.50 beer t2-6pm. beer bust 3· 11 pm. male strip contest 11 pm. MC Cassandra Landa -Past Time The Tom Cats -Miss Kilty s Cowboys 1n Action continuously from 7pm. Dance floor opens 9pm w DJ Barry Browder -Lazy J Show N1te 10pm E J s Brittany s Follies 11 pm Mothers Dance mus1L by Phil Ware Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm Heaven SOC well. cover Brazos River Bottom Happy hour 7am-9pm Brazos River Band 9 30pm. Mr BRB 1990 contest Missouri St Station Patio Specials. free hors d'oeuvres live entertainment, 9pm -J R:s_ Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 6pm- 2am Saturday -Scandal's DJ Dennis McGinnis -Cousins Cousins & Company 10 30pm -Montrose Mining Co. 3 in 1 happy hour 4-lOpm. 25C draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am -Mother's. Vodka drinks & shots of schnapps 75C 7am-8pm -Chutes Beer bust 3-1 lpm. frozen margarita bust & liquor bust 8-m1dn. Dash for Cash 10pm-2am Past Time_ The Tom Cats -Club Romeo S 1 r5 Coronas. S 1 Schnapps -MISS Kitty's 'PARTY''beg1nnmg 9pm Heaven soc: well 9-11 pm. cover. OJ Scooter Bearden -J Rs Pacific Coast Dancers 10 30pm Marys Beer bust on the patio 1pm- 6pm. Leather N1te. Come Let Us Adjust Your Attitude, Sir' -Lazy J Show N1te 10pm -Missouri St Station Patio Specials .Sacchus $2 Margaritas -Brazos River Bottom: Happy hoL.r to 9pm. Brazos River Band 9:30pm -E1J's_ Saturday Morning Beer Bust w1 Miss Dee 9am-noon. Male Jock Strap Contest 11 pm. MC Ra1nbo de Klown Sunday -Bacchus. Pool Tourney, 2pm -Venture-N Booze, Beer Bust 4- 10pm ·Mary·s_ Beer bust on the patio. 1pm-6pm. $3. Steak Note. 5pm -M1dtowne Spa New Years Eve -Chutes S 1 well & $1.50 beer noon- 6pm. beer bust noon-11pm. liquor bust & frozen margarita bust 8-m1dn -Past Time Happy hour all day & all nite -Miss K1tty·s Open Air T-Oance 4pm -Rubio s Free Draft 7-10pm. Rubio·s Presenta .. 10 30 -Club Romeo Hangover Blues. beer $1 25. Bloody Marys S2. Barbecue and drink specials. open 3pm -J R s 75C Cape Cods. Bloodies. Margaritas & Schnapps noon-1 Opm -Montrose Mining Co Beer bust & soc hot dogs 4 m1dn. SOC: draft beer ma mug m1dn-2am -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour noon-9pm. C&W dance lessons 10pm -Heaven Free well 7-9. free draft & Sl 25 Corona all nite. cover -Mother's: Vodka drinks & shots of schnapps 75C. 12-8pm. Male dancers 10pm-1am. Bar-B-Oue on the patio 5pm-9pm Monday -Past Time Beer happy hour open­close -Ripcord $1Margaritas9pm-2am -M1dtowne Spa free video upgrades -Cousins: Bridge Night, 7pm, Happy hour prices 111 2am -Momma·s Money Pool Tourney. 8:30pm. cash prize -Mother's Beer bust 25C:imug or $1.50 60 oz. pitcher Miller Lite Draft 6pm-1am -Chutes 75C: well 7am-noon. $1 well 12-6pm, free pool. beer bust 3- 11 pm, Liquor bust & frozen margarita bust 8-m1dn $6 -Miss Kitty's: Cowboys 1n Action 'Las Vegas Revue·· showt1mes. 10pm & m1dn -Montrose M1nmg Co. 3 m 1 happy hour all day1nite. SC: draft The Montrose Voice recommends ... eFRIDAY Male Strip, 8th week of series. at Chutes, 11 pm Brittany Paige at E.'J's. 11 pm •SATURDAY Beer Bust 9am-noon at E. J's -EiJ's $1Margaritas.301 Dart tourney 9pm -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour $1 25 well & longnecks all nite Tuesday -M1dtowne Spa half price lockers -Club Romeo $1 25 beer -Mother's_ Well drinks Sl.75 7am- 1 am, dance music from 70s & early 80s -Ripcord: $1 25 canned beer 8pm- 2am -Chutes 75C well 7am-noon. S 1 well 12-6pm. Beer bust 3-llpm. llquor bust & frozen margarita bust 8-m1dn -Miss K1tty·s_ Steak night 7pm. trash disco 9pm -Venture-N Trash Disco 8pm-2am. no cover. beer bust available. free pool 4-8pm -Club Body Center 1r2 price rooms & lockers 7pm-3am -Missouri St Station: Beer Blow Out 7-midn. $1 domestic longnecks -Momma·s Money: 8-m1dn. $2.50 pitcher beer Montrose Mining Co S 1 beer bust 4pm-closing. Men at Work (male dancers) 1 Opm-2am -Bacchus. Pot Luck N1te ·Brazos River Bottom Dance lessons with Brent & Jonathan, 9:30 Wednesday -Club Body Center Mini-lockers $6 8am-4pm -Rub1o·s Talent Night ($75 first place), dnnk specials. danc1ng till 2am -Mother's Long neck domestic beers $1. 8-m1dn, Tequila Gold Slammers $1.50 10pm-2am -M1dtowne Spa half pnce rooms Chutes: 75C: well 7am-noon. $1 well 12·6pm, Beer bust 3pm-11pm $3 -Club Romeo: Vodka Specials Brazos River Bottom Happy hour 7am-9pm -Ripcord $1 .50 Well all day -Montrose Mining Co Nickel draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am. music of 60's. 1o·s. 80's -Miss Kitty's Kitty Kat Revue llpm -Mom ma's Money Amateur Celebration 8pm-m1dn. call or stop by for reservation -Cousins Zack·s Revue, Zack. Frankie. Lisa & guest. 9pm -Club Body Center New Year's Eve buffet with beverages 9pm -Scandal's Pool Tourney lpm. registration noon Free pool. shuffleboard. munchies at Venture-N noon-Spm Leather Night at Mary·s Show some skin Strip Contest. 9pm. cash prize -Chutes Steak N1te $4 50, 16 oz T-bone. potato. salad 4th week of new male strip contest at E/J's. Fun and buns. 11 pm •SUNDAY New Year's Eve everywhere Champagne at m1dnite See the ads Free hamburgers and hot dogs at the Venture-N Far Side, around 3pm till?. DJ Mike Scott at Spm Steak night at Mary·s. from 4pm Steak night at the BAB Spm Free buffet somewhere around 6 30pm, Chutes eMONDAY New Year's Day everywhere. buffets at many bars See the ads Margaritas $1 all night. dart tournament 7pm, Et J's Free pool at Chutes eTUESDAY C&W dance lessons at the BAB start 10pm eWEDNESDAY Steak night at Chutes about 7-10pm Amateur strip contest 9pm at Mamma s Money •THURSDAY 7pm-10pm liquor bust or frozen Margarita bust $6 8pm· m1dn1ght ·J R's Pac1f1c Coast -E J's noon- 10pm beer bust, dinner onpat10Spm S 1 well drinks 4-7pm Cricket dart tourney 8pm Missouri St Station '3pm· 7pm SI well Mommas Money Happy hour. t2·4pm. $1 Well with 5QC Schnapps 4· 7pm Drawing for a free gift at Past Time lE r.l A~l !Al<.EN~HQM-'J \llfl .[Ml1'1 Ul lf H-+l MuNTRO!->E \IL \..l Dancers 6pm-2am -Heaven 10C: well 9pm- 2am. cover. biggest Wed crowd in Houston Bacchus Corporate Ladies Happy hour. free hors d·oeuvres to 8pm ~ Missouri St Station. Professional & O Executive Ladies N1te. 5pm-' Free l> hors d'oHuvres -< Thursday 0 m () -Venture-N Free pool 4-8pm m -M1ssoun St. Station: Live Cabaret. ~ Houston·s hottest new acts begin at m 9pm ~ -Mother's: Burgers 6pm-10pm, male !-0 dancers & shows 10pm & m1dn. -Cousins Talent Night 10pm -Ripcord: $1.50 Margaritas -Club Romeo: $1.50 Well ;:: 0 -M1dtowne Spa half price lockers z -Chutes: 75C: well 7am-noon, $1 well :ti 12-6pm, beer bust 3-1 lpm. Liquor 0 bust $ frozen Margarita bust $6 8pm- ~ M1dn1ght < -Bacchus Steak N1te, 7pm (you 0 bnng the meat. we supply the rest) ~ -Montrose Mining Co. Happy hour co :~~b;~~1~n~~=~~:sh1o~~ ~0:~2~u~t ~ -J R's 3 on 1 happy hour. $1 25 ~ frozen drinks all day all nite ~ -Club Body Center Half price rooms & lockers noon-m1dn -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour 7am-9pm. $1 longnecks all day & n1te. hamburgers & hot dogs 7pm- 9pm. Mr BRB 1990 contest Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headliners and Fantasy 1n Motion at 11pm Names and phones Here's the BAR-ZAAR list places you might consider for drinking. dm1ng and sensual pleasures -Bacchus. 523 Lovett. 523-3396 -Ballpark News, 1830 W Alabama -Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos. 528-9192 Bnar Patch. 2294 Holcombe. 665· 9678 Club Body Center. 2205 Fannin, 659-4998 Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant, 813 Richmond, 522-2365 Charhe·s Restaurant. 1102 Westhe1mer. 523-3332 ·Chutes. 1732Westhe1mer. 523-2213 -Cousins. 817 Fairview. 528-9204 -E,J's. 2517 Ralph. 527-9071 -French Quarter Theater. 3201 Louisiana. 527-0782 -Heaven. Pacific at Grant. 521-9123 -JR s. 808 Pac1f1c. 521-2519 -Keystroke. a club on the move. 785- 9258 -Moss Kitty's. 710 Pac1f1c. 523-0213 -Lazy J, 312 Tuam. 528-9343 -Mary's. 1022 Westhe1mer. 527-9669 -M1dtowne Spa. 3100 Fannm. 522- 2379 -Montrose Mining Co., 805 Pac1f1c. 529-7488 -Momma's Money. 534 Westhe1mer, 522-0045 -M1ssoun St Station, 1117 Missouri. 524-1333 -Mother's. 402 Lovett, 52CH935 -Jo's Outpost. 2818 Richmond. 528· 8318 -Past Time, 617 Fa1rv1ew. 529-4669 -Pot Pie Restaurant. 1525 Westhe1mer. 528-4350 -0 Ts. 608 Westhe1mer. 529-8813 -The Ranch, 9150 S Main. 666-3464 -Rich's. 2401 San Jacinto. 759-9606 Ripcord. 715 Fa1rv1ew 521-2792 -Club Romeo. 903 Richmond, 528- 9110 -Rub1o·s. 202 Tuam. 522-1207 -Santa Fe Trading Co., 804 Pacific. 528-6969 -Scandal's. 1419 Richmond. 528· 8903 -Spanish Flower Restaurant, 4701 N Main. 869-1706 -Studz Adult Bookstore. 1201 Richmond Thai Villa Restaurant. 2907 W Alabama. 524-4777 -Venture-N 2923 S Main. 522-0000 !~ 1--------------------------------- I N a: w CD ::;: w (.) w 0 >­<( 0 ~ a: <( <( N a: <( CD w (.) 6 > w (f) 0 a: >z­0 ::;: DAILY srECIALS ::::· .. :ti:. CHUTES • ·:. ': 1l .. "' ' ·•· ~ HPe:-' HL:l Doy o y...·el K THE POTPIE Pasta & Pizza Place H.111py N1·w Yt' H lp~·r Liill' Nf•W Yt'iH' E lit' •..: WE:. ;T HE::.1MER '" -4. ·- ~Pl~y ~Safe! Qr•S The Partv Is Here! OPEN NEW YEAffS DAY PAST (!:) Tl"E ' ll'< COCKTAIL LOUNGE" 617 Fairview Houston 529· 4669 Relax In A Quiet and Friendly Atmosphere Limited Time Only 12 Noon-6pm $I Well & Beer Thursday Night Drawings for Free Gift OPEN NOON TO 2AM PARADISE NEWS & VIDEO 14029 Eastex Fwy 449-0710 OPEN 24 HRS 25C Token Ai sdt Private V1ew1ng Rooms S6· 1 Vtde"I \11deo Rentals & Sales f- ull ~ ne 01 NoveU1es Magazinf>S & f-aperbacks visa MC cash Check Accepted BALLPARK NEWS 1830 W Alabama To All of Our Customers and Employees, We Wish You a Happy and Safe New Year. The Ballpark. ,.-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- ~ '.!:! COME BACK TO THE FUTURE NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION (friH d1AMPAGNE, fAVOllS AT MidNiGHT) NEW YEAR'S DAY JoiN us foR blAck-EyEd pEAs, nc. YEA! PARTY! ~ 2Q2} MAiN 522-0000 ~'$~ New Year's Eve Show lOpm til? Starring Momma's Company with Special Guest Brucella De Vall, •~ l\.J Reigning Miss TGRA »-~~ ,.., ~~.', ~Free Ch ampagne at Midnightr~fr:-~ . \~j "°-""-'- "' ~/ t_}... . ~--1f Lt;?· , f ~ ~~ <-- Join us Monday at 3pm for Black-eyed Peas ii) l'\'llf 534 Westheim~ 522-0045 0 NEVER A COVER, UNLIMITED PRIVATE PARKING '.< ACROSS THE STREET AND ALWAYS ~ () GOOD VIBES . . . ~ MAKE THE TEXAS CONNECTION! l\lf~! TALKING PERSONALS DALLAS • FT. WORTH • HOUSTON AUSTIN • SAN ANTONIO • El PASO 1·900-646·4646 • Listen, or Record Your Own • Fun, Safe & Easy - 24 Hrs. • Voice Mailboxes Ensure Privacy • Over 25 Gay Categories • Gay Owned & Operated SI 1:> min. Fn·t• I nfo: (:IO:>) !">b:> 1 i:')!) , EAt. 1122 CD m :D ""'' ;;; fg ;:: 0 z -< :D 0 Cf> m < 0 0 m CD )> =!' N )> )> :D "' : 7) 1 • : Miss Dee Presents a ffi ~ 25l7Ralph S d M . ~ at \Vcsthcimc1 5 ill g atur ay orn1ng w 527-9071 g : ~ ~ wm ... =J_ Beer Bust 9am-Noon ~;----~~~~~~~~~ Friday llpm Britanny Paige Presents Happy New Year Show • ;; with Special r'P1.1·.~7·j Guests ...-7 . • Coming in January: Talent Tuesdays-any type of talent welcome. Contact bar for detai Is. Liquor Bust $1 Well, Sat. & Sun. 4-7pm Beer Bust Sat. 4-lOpm Mondays: $1 Margaritas, Dart Tournament 9pm Weekdays: $1Vodka7am-6pm, $1 Well 1 am-2am, Beer Bust 4- 10pm Sunday-New Saturday: Male Year's Eve ~ Jock Strap -... Free Champagne Contest · and Pa~ty 1:avors at l lpm Midnight Monday-New Year's Day Good Luck Buffet- 5pm Ham, Cabbage and Black­Eyed Peas Contestants sign up prior to 11 pm, $100 1st prize, $50 2nd prize, $25 bar tab 3rd prize MC Rainbo de Klown (,.-J {~ 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 ..--~~~~--~~-=~==~~~~~=::::---, ~ )> I 022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 WHERE BARTENDERS PARTY HOME OF SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY -< 0 m () m s: <D m :IJ ""'' iO ~ s: 0 z --< :IJ 0 (/) m < 0 () m <D )> -- :IJ Best Wishes and a Prosperous New Year to All Our Friends, Customers and Fellow ~\~ars from the Staff and Management of :::. 1 _ Ji Mary's ~~- , .'I ~S?come Party with Terry New Year's Day-Open 7am ./f J -... ·~ Happy 5th Anniversary to Ron-Come Party with Ron and Will New Year's Night 8pm-2am Sat, Dec. 30th, 7am-Noon­Gaye's Underwear Benefit Party for Terry (Dirty & Worn:·. d Preferred) GtJ- ~ Boot Shines by Chris available daily 4pm-Midnight JJ5? N )> )> :IJ m ~ ------------ re Personals a: w ~ (individual) The Personals Bodyworks. Muscular, masculine, hunky, handsome, safe. Montrose location. ln1 out calls Anytime (713)684-6672. u w ~ All ads in this category are supposed (!; to be strictly 1nd1vidual to ind1v1dual oc No commercial offerings. Noth ing FOR OUR REGULAR CLASSIFIED ADS, SEE THE 'MONTROSE CLASSIFIED, IN THE BACK OF THE MAIN SECTION OF THE MONTROSE VOICE STIMULATING RUBS 713- 529-3970 u. for sale. a: ~ GWM, 52, tall, healthy, good-looking, trim beard, ~ teacher, wants to meet men under 40 for friendship ~ and maybe more. Reply to box 479-B, cl o w Montrose Voice. u 6 > ~ Personals a: ~ (commercial) ~ Body Rubs For massages by licensed masseurs and masseuses, see section 2145, "Massage" on our classified pages in the main news section. Basic body rub $25, therapeutic sessions $40/ hour. William or Ariana 621-1551 For an 1ncred1bly sensual body rub by a great looking guy, Galleria area, in or out calls. Glenn 781-6112. Body rubs by attractive. honest, neat transsexual. Call for appointment 522-1461 . THE NEW SPIRIT of body work. A synthesis of Japanese Shiatsu and Swedish. Dipam 520-6853 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Full body rubs by Shawn. 776-2754. call after 6pm. Full body rubs. hot oil, in or out. Bruce 621-3033 Full body rubs by gay Hispanic male. 5'6", 130, black hair. brown eyes. moustache. 521-27 40. AND MORE FOR THE NEW YEAR CHOICES 24 hrs. Mr C (713) 622-3942 21-5'8"-160-brown· smooth 21-6'-185-blonde-smooth 23-5'10"-150- auburn-smooth 23-5'11 "-170-brown-smooth 24- 5'7"-Span 1sh-smooth 24-6'2" -190-blonde-smoon 28-5'10"-165-Puerto Rican-hairy 29-5'11"-180-lt brown-hairy 32-5'11 "-180-blonde-smooth 35- 5'11"-170-lt brown-hair 43-6'2"-180-black­smooth Svelte 30 year old. nice hands. hot body, in/ out. 963-9969 Carl D Our classifieds are growing. 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INTRODUCING FOR MAN-TO-MAN 1-800-662-0690 HAVE YOUR VISA/MASTERCARD READY FOR MORE FO CALL 778-6689 fRfNCtt U~RTfR 527-0782 HOUSTON All Male Cinema presents -- / .......... / '\ / PLUS \ I SECOND \ \ FEATURE / Midnight Matinee Special Sunday thru Thursday M1dn1ght till Closing Admission S-1 wirh membership \ , I '-, // ---- - - Friday & Saturday llam-3am Monday-Thursday llam-lam Sunday lpm-lam Matinee $4AllDay with membership NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY Don't Take a Chance, Come Dance to Th~us~a~~~9o~s ~~!~;'ag~~nd .:~ Then Before You Drive Home Stay for · ~,, Breakfast! All This for $3 cover, starting at 9pm Come Early for Steak Night starting at 5pm ---- > BHAZOS NEW YEAR'S DAY Come Back for Black-eyed Peas and Cabbage From the BRB Family to All of You ... Have a Safe and Prosperous 1990 co.•.•.M£RCIAL MEM8lR ....... BACK .:l'. 1 I POCI-\ l· T ·' ~I Feel The Heat at CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY IN STYLE Party Favors and Champagne $7 per person • Two "Marble" Dance Floors • Latest in Hi-Tech Sound and Lighting • l 0 Foot Giant Video Screen • Off Street Lighted Parking for Over 100 Cars •On Premise Security • Easy Access From 59, Westpark & Bellaire Happy Hvur 1 Days a Week c Jpenrng hi 8pm H, >urs M >r Fr• ')prr 2arr Sat & Sun 2pm 2arf' 6121 HILLCROFT, HOUSTON•771 ·9611 ( CLOWNLAND RUS OUT l © 1989 King f(',1tu1es >mo• ."t1•· tr.. Wond nghls rc!>Cro.11:·d /, '1-> New Year Cheer By AMANDA B RECXJNDWrrH The Montrose Voice Dear Fans, Amanda is recovering from a ra.vagmg week m the wilds of Colorado, where we found the snow to be very wet and cold-whlch is understa.ndable. We should have been completely freaked out if the snow had been dry and hot. But then, when we look back upon the last year, it's a.mazing all the changes that have occurred. Life will never be the same for us, Dear Fans. The cold war seems to be ending, whlch leaves all sorts of unanswered questions. How will politicia.ns like Ron - a.Id Reagan and George Bush ever get re­elected without some sort of blind ideo­Iogica. l banner to hlcle behlnd'>Worseyet, will they have to create one? We're still living and dy1ng with AIDS, of course. The government listens to us. but Amanda still feels that the ga;y com munity is being treated like naughty children or senile old people who have JUSt been discovered messing their pants. Hopefully, the 90's will be the tune when gay and lesbian people all over the world will be able to stand up in front of Congress, the Senate and the Supreme Court and hold them responsible for the total lack of empathy and coffiffiltment that marred most of the 80's. For that crime a.lone, the Reagan era. will go down in history as being nothing less than bar· baric. Spea.lung of the VISigOths at the gate, Amanda has not received a holiday greet­tngs ca.rd from Nancy Reagan for the thlTd year in a row. Of course, ever sinos we sent back her monogrammed bidet pad, she has held a grudge. Babs Bush is more convincing and friendly, but she ca.n onJy write when George isn't osnsoring her ma.il. He's the per­fect Texas oil executive, Dear Fans. His finger is on every button, exospt the one that controls the vice president. We think of the Bushes as a nice travelling couple without a permanent home­kind of like the type you meet in retire· ment RV communities in Florida. They'll be pleasant and have convic­tions that don't neosssa.rily agree with us, but a.ft.er the sunshlne goes behlnd the clouds, they11 go back to where they came from and leave the permanent residents to clean up the mess. Oh yes, we must correct some dear friends. These will not be the Gay 90's. That was the last osntury. Gay back then meant happy and carefree, and we ca.n think of nothlng less appropriate to de· scribe the ga;y community these days. But then, maybe it's time we a.ll grow up and face reality, right? Amanda thinks the 90's will be a time of maturity We will a.II face mortality, mortgages, the cost of living in a rea.l world, and the right of others to exist equa.lly. Amanda feels that American politics is very much like a neurotic person Onos one obstacle is out of the way, another will be found to replace 1t. It's what keeps Amanda's makeup kit ma case the size of a Saratoga trunk. Persona.lly, we a.lwa.ys thought ca.rs Official fox-Sanctioned FRIDAYS Chutes Male Strip 11 pm, Chutes, 1732 Westheimer SATURDAYS E/ J's Jock Strap Contest 11 pm, E/ J's, 2517 Ralph Winner will receive (1f he chooses) a professional photo session. a set of the photos. and the opportunity to be a future Fnday Fox m the Montrose Voice CONTESTANTS WANTED. Just show up 1 hour befare cantest. WIN CASH. Check with individual bar far mare details. CLUB MANAGERS If you're having an amateur male stnp contest. contact your Voice ad sales representative and we can make your contest an ·omc1al Fox Contest" and help would float through the air by now We thought we would be able to cure the common cold by now. We thought every· one would have a mea.ntngful and satis(y­ingJOb, and that everyone would have the right to eat and sleep m comfort by now. Instead, it's like we have been in sus· pended animation for the past ten years! It's like a.II our technology and our intel · lect has been straining at the seams, struggling to burst forth above the murk to radiate new and ever more exciting benefits for mankind Unfortunately, one particularly ca.llous polltica.l admlnis· tration held us mesmerized, sw1rtgtng the hypnotic bauble of gold before our eyes while accomplloss raped the planet and set us back. Look to the east, Dear Fans That's where the rea.l libera.tion seems to be tak-ing plaos. Unfortunatejy, liberation and freedom must be controlled, otherwise it becomes a.narcby. Our first major world war ca.me from the same part of the world, where the masses revolted against a corrupt old regime. We must watch closely to make sure the old struc­ture ca.n be renovated without under­mining the whole foundation of our civi· llzation. So, on these strangejy cryptic notes, Amanda bids her fa.ns a happy new year. There is somethlng in the air, Dear Fans It's magi.ca.I and mysterious and prima.l. It's an awareness of a rea.lity that has treasures far beyond our wildest dreams. It's up to us to make osrtain those dreams don't become nightma.ree. Happy New Year! .,, ~ CJ )> :< CJ m (') m s:: Ill m :D ""'' gj "' s:: 0 z -i :D 0 (/) m < Q (') m Ill )> :D N )> )> :D gi a: w CD ::;; w u w 0 >­<( 0 a: u.. a: <( <( N a: <( CD w u 0 > w en 0 a: •z 0 ::;; v 0 The Montrose Voice If Montrose is part of your world too, you should be part of the Montrose Voice. TO SUBSCRIBE. OR TO ADVERTISE. 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