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Title Montrose Voice, No. 142, July 15, 1983
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  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date July 15, 1983
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript MSA Softball Regular Season Winding Down 4 Teams Continue to Dominate Ratings Montrose Sports, inside v The Newspaper of Montrose July 15. 1983 Issue .. 142 Published Every Friday Lifestyle Changes May be Resulting in AIDS Slowdown The changing lifestyle of gay men !las As reported m the Philadelphia Gay year. For a time, the cases were doubhng been credited with the slowdown of News.Dr. DavidSencerofNewYorksays every six months, but, he said, the Acquired Immune Defi<'iency Syndrome that only 293 new cases have been inC"rt-ese seems to be leveling off in Nt>w York City, the city with the mo&t reparted at1 opposed to a predicted 3R8 Indications are that the syndrome is numbc:r of reportOO rases CBFlt•t-1 during thE" first five months of the confining ill>t>lfto the risk populations, the Congress Passes Emergency Health Fund Congrf'i;R hat-1 ummirnously passed a bill uuthorizing n $:-\0 million "Interagenry Public Henlth Emergency Fund" to bC' utwd by any agency of the Department of Ht•alth und Human Services to combat "public health E'mergencies," according to a n·port from the Gay Rights Lobby Floor dt.·bate on the measure indicates that the money is to be spent on emergen· cies such as AJOS. The bill was sent to the President for signature on July 5, but he did not immediately respond Even if the president signs the bill, the Fund will not actually be allocated until Congres& paHM'S and thf> president sign1:; an nppropriation for the fund . The AIDS Prnjt'ct will he lobbying heavily in the coming months to get the full $30 million nppropriation, according to Bart Church, legislative assiHtant for the AIDS Project Two other bills calling for $60 million in federal research funds for AIDS were introduced recently in Washington, D.C., by Rep. Mario Biaggi (0-N.Y.). HR :1247 calls for$20million for the Cen­ter for Diseabt' Control and $40 million in HR :1248 for AlDS r<search by the National Institute of Health. "At; individual appropriations bills, Biaggi's bills cannot pass, hut they are very important for communicating the need for increased funding for AIDS research," said Steve Endean. executive director of the Gay Rights National Lobby, which will actively support the bills. The Reagan Administration currently estimates it will spend $13 million on AJDS rei;earch in fiscal year 1983. Con· doctor said. New York has been hardest hit by the epidemic. accounting .for n:iore th~n half the reported cases natlonw1de. which cur rently is 1640 greAs has paRst..odan add1ttonal$12million All)~ re~earch appropriation. but the president has thrt.'atened to veto the mE"a· sure. These bills would double the expendi­tures on AIDS. As of June 20, 644 people have died from AIDS and 1641 have t-n officially diag­no1' ed. Six new cases are reported every day and the total number of cases doubles every six months. according to CDC. Gay and bisexual men still make up 71 percent of the cases in the36states and 17 foreign countries now reporting Local KS/ AIDS Foundation Publishes Annual Report Michnt•l Wilson. prt.·Rident of thf' K.S AIDS Foundatwn of Houston, Inc., rNently preHt'nted the First Annual H.t·port and Finnncinl Statement for that organization detailing the past year's activitiC'f1, accomplished goals, contnbu· tionR and expenditures. lnrome and donations received totaled $29,HJ6.25, according to the report, with expensN1 for printing educational mate· rials and administration coming to $16.23~.72 "The first year of operation was unusual m meny rej,pecUI," Wilson said, ''Notonlr cl1d the organization have its idt>ntity to l'RtabliRh, hut it found iti.t>lf the tar~t't of every five months. "Twt>nty men m Hous· the «omplex attitudes dirt'<'ted at the proh ton are dt•ad," he said, "and tht- number of lem of AII)Rih~elf-uttitudes wearehegin potentially-o.ffected is unknown." ning to realize, The community we were AffN>ting per1:;ons in some 25 foreign trying to educatt> and help often met our countrieat as well as the U.S .. AIDS has exi1den('{" with denial of the problem, or become e 1:mcial, psychological, moral, reli with aggression, paranoia, anger and gious end political issue of national and frustration. When the AIDS problem was international scope distant, people tried not to think about it; , The foundation has come of age in just as it approached closer and clooer. they oneyear,saidWilson,andisattemptingto demanded reaaons for inaction." deal with the increasing responsibilty of Wil•on •tatOO in the report that since AIDS. AIDS became a problem in Houston more Dunng the past year, the group pub than a year al{o, 100 cases have been docu Ii.Rhed an educational booklet entitled ment('(f and the cast.> number doubles 'Towards a Healthier Gay Lifestyle" cir· culating 20,000 frE'e. It spon~ored educe tional forums and prepared hotline training materials and aSRit;tt>d in produc· tion of technical documt!nts for Texas phy· sicians. A rt>pre8E'ntative serves on the AlDS Working Group of the City of Hous ton. It gave $9000 to U.T M.D. And~r•on Hospital's Dept. of Cancer Prevention for support of the AIDS Project With the slogan "Together. Let's Beat It," the foundation joined some 20 organi· talion in early May 1983 for a Candlelight Vigil for Public Health on the steps of City Hall. <'ontinrud page 5 JULY 15, 1983 /MONTROSE VOICE 3 Gay Atl)eists Float Causes Controversy A great deal of debate has arisen concern­ing the Gay Atheists float entry in the recent Gay Pride Week Parade. The entry was a small vehicle with a person dressed in a lion's costume with an inflated doll. The sign read "Christians Leave a Bad Taste in My Mouth." Larry Birgneris of the Gay Pride Week Committee sent the following press release this past week to the MONTROSE VOICE. "We, the Gay Pride Week Parade Com­mittee and parade director, would like to inform the gay community of our actions regarding the American Gay Atheist unit in the recent parade. This organization has been officially banned from the parade for a period of four years. This was a unanimous decision on the part of the parade committee. We base this decision on three points. "l. Before the parade, Larry Bagneris, parade director, instructed the Gay Athe· ists not to use the blow-up doll in a sexual manner. These instructions were not adhered to. In a large public endeavor such as the parade the final decision must rest with the director and he/she must be able to trust the participants to carry out the final decision. If this is not done, unne· cessary incidents, such as the booing of the Gay Antheist's float, will result: emba· rassing the community and overshadwo· ing the positive effects of the parade. "2. The Gay Atheist unit was not only in poor taste but terribly offensive to a la~ge and important segment of ourcommumty. It is regrettable that the American Gay Atheists chose not only to ignore our theme-Unity Through Diversity, but to use the parade to openly insult other organizations and individuals. Their float clearly displayed the fact that they have separated themselves from the diversity within the gay community. It also showed that our unity obviously means very little to them. "3. The manner in which they used the doll during the parade was clearly against the long standing rules of the parade com­mittee. We do not allow nudity much less simulated. sex acts. The paradeisnotasex show on wheels! "We would also like the community to realize that we do not object to the goals or beliefs of any organization. It is eve· ryone's right to get their ideas or goals across in their own manner-as long as it does not violate our rules, is done so in a tasteful manner and is not done in a way in which other groups are openly attacked, ridiculed or seriously offended." Don Sanders of the American Gay Athe­ists reports that his group experienced unprecedented booing, jeering, and even cup, ice and can throwing at the parade. Sanders agrees that his group's sign this year, along with a man dressed as a lion who was holding an inflatable human do11 dressed as a nun, touched off a spark of anger in the crowd "I was actually afraid of physical harm upon several occasions," quotes Sanders. "Had we been the last unit, as we have been for two consecutive years, I feel the crowd would not have hestitated attack· ing us." A report in This Week In Texas, July 8, states thatata June29 Houston Gay Polit· ical Caucus interface meeting, a decision was announced barring the Gay Atheists from future parades for four years. The article did not say how this decision came about or who was involved in this deci· sion. The same article further stated that the Gay Atheists had hidden from the parade committee their complete presentation as it appeared in the parade. Sanders states that these accusations are untrue, and that at no time was anything hidden from the parade committee. "In fact, the parade chairman, himself, wished us 'good luck' just before we took off. Absolutely nothing was hidden from anyone at any time; we have nothing to hide," says Sanders. Sanders says that his group was treated unfairly regarding this decision because they have been denied due process, never having been notified that such a decision had been made. 0 1 found out almost two weeks aft.er their (the parade committee's) decision had been made. I read of the deci· sion in the media, like everyone else." Because of pressure from gay religious groups and because of the cool reception at this year's parade, Sanders feels the parade committee has blatantly violated his first amendment fight to freedom of expression as well as denial ofdueprocess of law. "We intend tofightthismovemade by the parade committee, even if it means taking legal action," warns Sa1:1dei:s .. ''We have been thetargetfordiscnnuna· tion from within our own community." Falwell Wants to Close Gay Bathhouses Jerry Falwell, Moral Majority leader, said the government should close bathhouses frequented by homosexuals and force blood donors to reveal their sexual orients· ti on in an effort to stop the spread of AIDS. This was reported in a recent Associated Press dispatch. He said herpes, AIDS and veneral dis· ease are a judgement of God upon society. "If the Reagan administration does not put its full weight against this, what is now a gay plague in this country ... he personally will be blamed for allowing this awful disease to break out among the innocent American public." Some 50 people picketed Falwell's news conference chanting, utwo, four, six eight, we don't want your hate." Third City Chicago, America's "Second City," seems to have toddled down to the number three position, reports the Wall Street Journal. Los Angeles now claims to have about 35,000 more residents than the 3,500,000 Chicagoans registered in the 1980 census. So the second city isn 'tsecond any more, and while Chicago's famed comedy theater isn't changing its name, the Second City Day School is now the Fox Day School. Says president Tricia Fox, "We decided we didn't want to change our name every time Chicago dropped a notch." Actually, that's not too likely. Houstor may have overtaken Philadephia for th1 number four spot, but both are more than E million residents behind the windy third city. Montrose Mouth Have Brunch with the Voice this Sunday This Sunday is our big Montrose Voice Gourmet Cookoff at the Officer's Club, noon to 5pm. We'll be out by the pool, with 16 cooking teams and free Bud Light Beer. So instead of your usual Sunday brunch, this Sunday come by the Offic­er's Club and sample our 16 taste treats It's all for a couple of good causes: the Montrose Sports Association and the Media Fund for Human Rights Of course, when we finish at Spm, the Officer's Club regular Sunday. evening beer bust begins. So 1t will be non-stop party -o- Waylon Flowers (with Madame in tow) was at Mary's Lounge last Monday, being shown about by manager Cassandra. Waylon even did a short little number on Mary's microphone -o- D1d you know that the average home ownership in the Montrose area is seven years_ Considering that many residents are 50 plus years of age, that means the other residents are some of the most mobile in the city -o- The popular and dynamic jazz dance group, the Delia Stewart Jazz Dance Company, will be in concert, Aug 6 at 8pm at the Tower Theater Tickets are $8 and $10 available at Ticketmast and·Tick­etron locations The topic Lesbianism and Feminism will be featured on NOW night on KPFT radio at Bpm, July 26, Tuesday Tune in 90.1 FM VD Screening will be conducted by the city health department at the following locations: July 21 (next Thursday) Catch One, 4965 ML. King, 9pm-1am; July 24. Ripcord. 715 Fa1rv1ew. 5pm-9pm; and July 27, Copa, 2631 Richmond, 9pm- 1am. -o- The Rosenburg Gallery, 2015AW. Gray1s featuring a collection of African art now until Aug. 27 The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. -o- John Childress, formerly of Pleasant Pea­sant, is now director of food service at the Trop1cana Swim Club and Restauran.t Drop by and experience some of his eclectic and exciting cwsine -D-A new book, AIDS. Everything You Must Know, by Janet Baker, 1s available for $7.95 from R & E Publishers. P 0 Box 2008. Saratoga, CA 95070. Add $1 95 for postage and tax Eat, Eat, Eat That Cigarette People will Jive longer in the future, but they may not want to-the food sounds terrible. For example, reports the Chicago Trib· une, researchers at the Agriculture Department have found that tobacco leaf protein is comparable to milk, so they're looking for ways to develop tabacco as food . Also headed for the dinner table: okra coffee, cattle hide burgers and cottonseed and citru1 juice protein drink. ~~~ ~ ~ i ' { i.' \ { "' \ .:- 1 · I' l _,~~ ~: .. \~ #' t'jf\ ~(> ~<i'~ COMING ~~"- !tSv JULY 21 ~-<1 ~ The First in a 13 Week Series of ~ -Jockey Shorts Contests Cash Prizes each week Grand Prize 13th week JULY 15, 1983 /MONTROSE VOICE 5 Latest CHE Meeting Discusses Discrimination Ordinance By Hollis Hood Citizens for Human Equality (CHE) members voted unanimously to endorse the concept of a municiple domestic pri· vacy in employment ordinance and heard a report from the Committee on Public Health Awareness during their meeting 1'ueoday, July 12 at the Watson deNagy Gallery, 1106 Berthea at 7:30 p.m. Carl Bohannan and Steve Shiflett will Sf'rve as directors of the two different aspl'Cts in the Awareness Committee which will be educating and lobbying con­rcrning AIDS to heighten "general public awareness and hysteria reduction," as Shiflett described it. "AIDS is the crisis of the day that the committee will be involved in , but it is not the only health issue that will be addressed." The group is building a coalition to interpret AIDS as a public health concern, not as it has been labeled as a gay disease He stressed that the general public does not realize the economic consequences of AIDS because people who are sick cannot work and ultimately may end up on wel· fare rolls or having the public supported hospitals pick up the tab on treatment because their funds are exhausted "It costs $200,()(X) per patient" for average treatment he said, multiplied by an increasing number of cases equals a hefty sum for the taxpayer to pick up. "We've got to get these people (politicians) off their asses." A nationwide federation is being formed to coordinate the efforts of all AIDS related groups."We need to cooperate with one another," he said. He noted that in Houston some doctors and hospita ls have reportedly refused to Montrose Voice The Newspaper of Montrose Published every Friday 3317 Montrose Boulevard #306 Houston, TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Contentscopyrrght 1983 Office hours 10am-5:30pm H,!~~~~~~;,g AcelClark Q••Pl'I~ ~=n~~·s Holhs Hood 1"•n.g•nQecMor E~~~.c~~~~z Jon Cheetwood Joseph lee contr10urinQwn f1t15 Bob Jones. Mary Cadena. Juhe Hollingsworth John Cooper. 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Vo rk 10011 .11 12124:i:l·68fl3 Ad v•tl11mgdHdl•"- Tuesday 5 30pm lorts1uerele1M<1F1t d1yl!'<le111ng N<Jf•C• 10 11<1w9tl•it"I 1oc111m.e1t111ng r 11e 1e hedule f · ~•- A .,.,. .. elf11<:1 1veOcl 1 1981 Local ldve1t•sng r1t" V.hedute g, ~ A wi ll be e llacl•v1 July I 1983 R•s~1b1M y ~ <ll'trOM Voice d°" not auorne respo.,11· mi.1yl<J•.edvert•ll"'QClau•n1 Aea.dltrssnoJld••ert Mon1fOH Voice 101nyaecept,.. 1 ctwrt.sing treat AIDS patients, and some techni· cians are refusing to draw blood . One doc· tor was reportedly heard to say " all queers ought to die," they said. The group will be active in patient advocacy. "It has become a matter of life or lifes· tyle," said said Shiflett. He was impressed by the "flurry of activity" by AIDS groups in San Francisco and Los Angeles which have greatly expanded services and office space in thepastfivemonthstohandlethe increasing demand. Houston is behind those cities in numbers, but ifthe statistics prove correct, will soon see a wave of AIDS cases which it must be ready to handle. Reportedly, the public health department in San Francisco was talking about dis­pensing syringes to drug abuses to cut down on the transmission of cases in that particular risk group. "That's pretty heavy stuff," Shiflett said. "You become very aware very quick out there that this an epidemic and you are fighting for your life." Bohannan said that a support group is forming to aid men in a transition to a less intense lifesty le because of the threat of AIDS "because there is a lot of grief all· ached to it. It's like gomg down the free· way full speed and suddenly shifting into reverse. You can't do it without it causing some damage." Shiflett also told members that a Washington march is planned for Oct. 8, and a simultaneous demonstration will be planned for Houston about AIDS. Gregg Russell, CHE and GPC member, introduced a proposed ordinance prohibit­ing discrimination in hiring for the munic· ip le offices on the basis of marital status or sexual orientation. The ordina nce would pretain to city government only. It reads in part: " . .. examina tions shall be practical in their nature a nd character and sh all relate to those matters which both fairly and uni· formly test the realtive capacity of the per son .. . no question sha ll relate to marital status, sexual orientation, or poli tical and religious opinions .. Any information pertaining to dependa n t tax status shall be available only to those departments ha ndling said duties, and shall remain confidential and separate from the appli· cant's permanent personnel records. Such information shall never be considered in determining salary, wages, or emolument of employees in either promotion or hiring ... No disciplinary action shall be taken by the commission, the mayor, a supervisor, or department head against any employee because of sex, race, color, creed, national origin, marital status, sexual orients· tion- .. " These phrases are reportedly not in ordi· nance form , and although it is "policy" of the City of Houston not to discriminate in hiring, it is not legally binding procedure, Russell said. With the rising concern about AIDS, it makes such a protection of the individual even more necessary, he said, because people are already losing their jobs because they are gay-prehaps not in city offices, but in other areas. "We have found that government takes the lead and the private sector employers fol · low," he said Russell said he had consulted several attorneys about the ordinance, as well as getting legal advice from the City ofHous· ton legal department. He also read a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union assuring him of support should he proceed with introducing the ordinance to City Council "lfl gototheC'ityCouncil now, theywiH say, prove to us there is a need," Russell said, but by the time the need could be demonstrated people would have lost their jobs and it would be too late. Shiflett, as president of CHE. said that he had been promised an ordinance like this fo.r the past five years. "Well, you've been hed to for the past five years," said someone from the audience. Russell noted that if a place such as Iowa City, Iowa, could protect the rights of gays with a non·discrimination ordi· nance, surely Houston, Texas, could. He stressed that the exact wording of the ordina nce was not the iesue. The issue was whether or not a non-d iscrimination ordinance should become a community agenda item for follow·through. Themem· bership voiced approval that it should, particularly now, particularly in a election year He was questioned as to the GPC stand on the ordinance. "He has been to GPC and GPC has told him it is not an impor· tant issue," one person interjected. "I say this is something that is long overdue," said Shiflett. "This is some· thing that must be addressed. I say yes, let's support it and make it an agenda item ." The group voted unanimously to make non-Oiscriminatory action a priority in the coming months After a brief announcement about the Montrose Voice Gourmet Cookoff sche· duled for Sunday July 17, the meeting adjourned KS/AIDS Foundation Issues Annual Reports Contmued from page I The current board, 13 individuals and an additional officer, are public health educator administrators, social workers, mental health counselorb, private pratice and specialty physictans, politicians and business men and women from through· out Montrose. The key issues facing the foundation for the future include prioritization of funds given to education and medical projects, "keeping the peace" amid the emotionally charged AIDS atmosphere and coordinat· ing fundraisers "Overall, the successes have out· weighed any problems encountered as the organization underwent its first year's growing pains," said Wilson. Nearly 30,000 was raised last. year, but the antici· pated need for fiscal '84 is$100,000to han­dle the expanding needs. The foundation will be publish ing newl· etters, and a new brochure soon. 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Aa an example he refttrod IO• /urant Nr1<•1,Z.nd•aRolon and!J,,bo-..h =~:: ~~h::. ~=~1'")!"'.,!~ch,~= i~~'Cho~~ .. ~:!n::~o=~:: ""'~i: ~idtl~·~·pub~c libi-aey i• "hope- :::eo':'~:i.,::.o~"""upiodby1wo i...Thft'OU.not•lolthoro•ndwbatio AttomoyGloriaAllnd,np,....ntinrtho m•Y bo undor poyoolQl'Y or bavo been ..-, oayo oho hopt1 IO irivo Popo1 110~orjuthnono<beonpu1ontho Chouxito"juotd_,.._. oh•lf. People havo to oi&"n thete name RNtouraot m• nqor Willie< Kulwitoky Oibr•ey can!) to cheock oo>t l>oob. Som• uyo the boolhoare YMOrvod for mmantlc !:ilfiri~·~~~~~~*~ .~;i:~t:~unU-:~;·.~:~: ... RESTAURANT SPACE AVAILABLE NEXT TO THE OFFICERS CLUB Will furnish restaurant equipment. Beautiful location In 1912 Mediterrar.eoo-style building. v0ronda and patio dining space avoHoble odjcx:ent to night club. disco. cctx:ret and swimming facilities. Call this week far cppointment to shoN. 2700 Albany Houston, TX 77006 523-6900 Upcoming E "Vents L Jo/y 24 ac:1y Shown "IL Jo/y Jt ove Ro starring th Ck n Ro//" own Ga e Copo·s 'YJones July 17 SUNDAY SHOW starring Naomi Sims, Hot Chocolate, Donna Dc:W .... 8 MONTROSE VOICE / J VLV IS. 1983 Westheirner to ~ Festival Again ThoW..u...imerColonyArtF .. 11va1.,.;n beheldinU..!OOIO!IOOblocUorW.,.. lheimoron Onobef lhnd 16,Cm! ~u. out11:oit1Jpnoidentoflh•to,...ani .. non announ-.d"'°"ntly. Thoinetr1i..r.hipca...,.nodlho1prin1 fNtivalbon""itwH .. looin11:1rliolic<0n· trol""ofwndoro,and-fewmtt<hanto aloncW .. 1heimer,...,...in110•llowlho ~~~=~~~;-:"?.·=-~~ ptth.ino"")'andlotuoodoallU..p<>blk­ilJl'," oneColony....,,_1,.ativooaL<I. '"We receivod many<llllo r,.,.,, arli.oll and<n!l.pooploaoidofromlh•public wh..,,itwHann°",,_ith.attho~would bonoSpl"inJFHtival,"MidRontL'"How· ovor,weuplarnodlhatU..FootlvalwM c..,,ttllodlOJ><"Olf!Ctthoqwilit.yoftheartlO bo.i.ownprovidiqlhato•11t..,of conti· nualioninthohisbcolibrrofcraftoman· o.biplhe WMlhnm.,.CoioyAn Foocival h .. acquirodOWTthopa.t!Oy .. ,.."" Tho popular event. dtawin100ftle 750.ooo~....,;..,nn ... uy.willcon· tin ... iobeaj"rieclevent.,.;lh""lyindivid· ually crutod work1 ulected in photorraphy. 1ulpt"'"· ceramic•. ie-ll"J'. fibero. rraphla and drawinr. ::!!i'!.painti"ll ln oil. o.ctylla and New Church Formed Anothor """'chwdtoon-ation ha& boonformodforthocaymmmunityin Ho•11ton,thoChurchoff'en~l Unily,pa.oiondhy&Y.Bill&o.vn. Thoch=hofJ.,..pft>'--!aJ-.tylow.,... .i.;p,o.inl!i"1and~n11:.Sr<vi<ff&n ~:~::::::~::: Beer in Hot Water h<IAeN.,.ollotNIM TI>e,..,..pth&IP<tblill>MC,,,,,..-r Rtporlo la hoppinr,,,.... at tho Millff B.......U.Company.lna.uit6lodinFod· onl.,.,an,thoC.:.n1umenUnionch.,.t1 that i-rm.k.,. ..;th "falae and "'iolud in1•dvntlain1." At~uo:aMriMoffull·pqone .. •paptT adocla1min1theJulyoditionofConH,,...• R~PorlorankodMill.,.HirhUfetlntona "<tulitylpriooliat." C.:.0111!" ... UnionopokeowomonRhoda Karpa\lun ..,_Mill• w&o muoly tho ctM.peatofllbeorft<111nkodoquJl1for taai.o..BHid..that.K-tliinN,..,tho ~ndi:!"=.i:!': ;:~':':'.~.:·:.:::~ f,_commor>calpu.._. Miller •PokMman Al ~ 1171 tho """Pl'll'"'•.l'ha .... vMWl~Cono ......... Union"•policy,butnot .... law. Every Friday, Al/Over Montrose, The Voice Informs, Entertains Thousands. The Montrose Voice is read each week by nearly 30,000 in Houston. That's thousands more than any other gay or Montrose community publication. When you have a message to deliver to Montrose, put it in the Voice ... the professional, dedicated, community-involved Montrose Voice. number 1 in Montrose JULY 15, 1983 / MONTROSE VOICE 9 402 LOVETI-HOUSTON 527-9866 10 MONTROSE VOICE/ JUlV 15, 1983 'Art of Being Yourslf' From&ISlor"'• Whilel,.aa...;o,.tn.thi1y•r'1G1yl'ri0o l'e.nde,l.•1-ahtone ollhoooepl11ticnKk· ll<ffboin1th..,..,.f..,.,,_,,.ofth1 nbalf.. AtU.rhotl IO the nKki.c.. wu 1 fo~tdpi-ofpo1-wilh1hef<>llo..U.1 pnnttdDnit 4'1>• 1rtofboina:your--1fioll>e 1rtof unfoldi1>11)"0IO•penonalityin10the1n1n youwontlObo. "By th• ... ..,ofGodyou •re•hatyou ""'lloty in)'O<lr..ubood,&<a"ptyou ... lf and p onfromthtft.DarelObedi!J~t 1ndto-yourownpou.o.-n "l!epntlewith)"O'l.....iff.,..onlyHwe haY1theriaf>tattitl>detow1rd<MU'MIY01 :.~-hove 1hon.iht 1ttitu6e-1rdoth· ·-c-i.e thoklndofoelf,.,..will be haPl>)"IOlivo ..;thallyOIU"lifo." lf•lthi11-b...Jliothonotdoio•ir eommunity10~tlop1ino .. paoltiv1 im••• 10Watdou ... 1-. ldonotk-th1 com-olthi1writin11. MayboyO'O<H" r=~~.:.i~ mi•h• know .. they do lic~~~f•acontJn ... lly .. oel~\pub- 'Sharing Group' N o d•lec•"'fromthoCommin.,.forP,,J>. bcll.althA•• --.lte00ntly 1t1<ndtd the N1 tion1ll.-bi1n/ Go.yHNlthC<>nf.,... • ...,.;nl>en•.,. ltwullllimpnmiwd;. play of upettiH. The amount of informotion_.,ttdwMov .... helm in1.hutMlroriowthemnf ... ,..,..1wo Wotbbo!'l-ndlP11rtfromal1th1-t: ""Mfftina: tho N....i. of .,..,.._,. ..;th Alos··ond "-n..•:n.ctofAIDS ontbo Liffttylo oflho0.7M1lo." ThoN""1oof"-..;thAIDS...,..k· ohoP•01-rt.midin1. Atthatworbhop l 1ojnod1fullerundert1andina:ofthe rraYilyofthi.hHlthcn.;.andthep...,. found chin.- our c:ommuni<y will unMrt;o W.uMofi<.lfoundm)'Wlfcon· fronltdwiththe11»oluie....-.ityl0 ch1nrelll3'lif..iyle. Yftlotillh1Yediffi culty bringin1thiochann•bo•<. eic1<tlywh11lba wboene•poriln<in1. Monyo"'>nflyup......tlhonotd\0-rk throu1hthe.-i:iefofchan11e.,,...thedeci· .iontoch1n1ehMlbeen mode. Andl'­who bid fOne lhrou•h it •ll d•imod 1 whoJo...,..ldofpoeoibiLiU..-odlo !!:.,~. .• nd theywer<!ml>Cb.hopp;. .. u o llowdoyoudocide\Ochan1e1nd10d .. 1 wi.lhlhoon .. randrridtha«lecioioninay hrina?Onow•r '""'""'iothe -. .. nui,..aharin11offfflin1••nduporien· eeo within• 1ruotin1 ...,.,p. We ,...... ad.utd IOptinvolvod witbor o,.rtjuot oneourna...,.,pwh..,weretumtdhome. 1hly 1111n7raymfnooperi....nn•Mn""' oniio<yovtrtboAIDShoallh.,,;,.;e. lfyou...,ln-tedln1ucha-'>1rinf IJ"OUP.pl_let..,.h.,.,,..,.m you. V.11en )'O<lwt1\0lncladethebeot11meoand•tH =(;!.'°"'"'H""ellHhowl,...ycon· Writ.e ShariniGroup.P.0.Bo•~. H°"'ion, TX 7725.3 Letters deifto.The.men in""'Uon· • ..,,..r, ,.n..,IOGod. . or J .. ,. Chriot from lhe :a:;:t;'E[~~:~?.~:':': :My !::ti=~~::~~: At the t.uer ...... bhop. ""pttto m•d• brief-1aUon.1booo<urio ... u pKCo of•h•1•r,...1ehr-r1e. ~...-1a· tion.w.,.fnnkandorilhou<cond<mNI· UOnl. Aboat 60 poople......, in-n• r1 n1in1 "-.-rlr20oioll&e !ll:i.from oetf-otyltd olut.e IO ..,, ... i.. and from -1lyout10brinfoutallone"1hfe. M•nror ... .i.~ouruperien.,..•nd youcouldfeel lholovoondconttrn Onemon1atud•booot...,..kin1throush thegriefhoeicpori.-n<fl<laflerdeddin110 chan .. hio lif01l7le. What•revel1tionll< -~1<>-that l <0111dbol!ri<Y· ln11.....,.lhe io.of1lifeotyle.bu<thul& known u tho •'Act ofToleroUon."Thioacl CbrUt1nd lhe mutderooloChridian reli wupa.-lini&49 1ndhu heenh1ilod Pon. ~~~~~~~~~~;~~ !~~m; ~i~~1~~i TOTAL ANIMAL CARE CENTER FLEA CONTROL SPECIAL! 10% off on all flea products for your pets, home and yard PLEASE PRESENT THIS COUPON AT TIME OF PURCHASE · 1640 Westhelmer ,., ~ . Creative HoirDesi(1lS / For Appotnlment Coll • 52().4494 3220 Yoakum at Weslheimer By glossing over such embarassing mat­ters as the murder of tens of thousands of "witches" (many of that number being gay men and women) during medieval Europe, the Inquisition and the Salem wikh trials, the Scopes trial, the Hitler led holocaust, the McCarthy scare, and the Vietnam war, religion and the govern­ment make themselves look favorable in the eyes of the reader. To further reduce the chances that the school systems might tum out a rational, thinking individual, fundamentalists are now assualting the sciences. If these zea­lots prevail, students will soon be con fronted with superstition (creationism) being presented as an acceptable alterna­tive to the well-supported scientific theory of evolution It is not surprising that most people born after World War II do not understand that this nation was not founded upon Christian principles. The religious com· munity knew, that with the takevoerofthe nation's symbols during the early 1950s, that they soon would have complete con­trol of the nation. During the Eisenhower days of the 1950s, our national motto, "E Pluribus Unum," was changed to "In God We Trust," and it was also during that period that a law was enacted to place the religious slogu.n "In God We Trust," on all coins and currency printed thereafter. It was not until 1954, some 178 years after the founding of our nation, that the phrase, "Under God," was intruded into the pledge of allegiance. To make matters worse, the FCC requires that all radio and TV stations set aside a certain amount of time each day for religious programming. It is very important that gays and lesbi­ans know tht" facta about our country, for they are the one group that has suffered most under the rule of religion from the very beginning of Christianity. The very term "faggot" refers to the bundle of sticks used by the church to roast suspected homosexuals, "witches" and heretics dur­ing the Middle Ages. According to (Jesus quoted in the Bible) "He who belit"ves and is baptised shall be saved; ht" who does not believe shall be condemned." It's nice to speak of Christian tolerance, but let's face it. it is practically non-existent. There are many gay persons who attempt to express their spiritual aspira­tions within the framework of Christian churches. These people are guilty of hid· ing from themselves the painful but truth ful awareness that at the heart of the gay liberation movement is the conflict that has been waged for almost 2000 years between Christian and pagan values There is nothing more deeply destructive than the concept of "sin," yet, many so called gay Christians profess to the creed that has destroyed many of their fellow gay brothers and sisters throughout the ages. Can homosexuals realistically expect the church to say it has been wrong all along? For Christian leaders to admit error would be undermining the very syn· drome of authority by which they hold captive millions of followers. Homosexu· ale have been the most persec'Uted under Christianity for almost 2000 years, while "today, gay churches try to smooth over the atrocities committed by the Christian world by preaching stores of "love." The gay church covers up the truth of the one main source of oppression upon gay peo· pie. Let us not forget that during the so callc>d Dark Ages, so named because of the repr('ssion of in~uiry ~Y .the church , mil lions of person m Chnsban Europe were put to deat~ for sodomy. F.ven in.this cen · try, a religious (Roman Cathol!c) Adolf Hitler tortured and murdered m1llions of homosexuals, Jews and others he consi· dert'd "unfit" for his aspired utopia It is a basic human right for any perfltm to practice any Hort of rehgi?n one chooses. We Atheists uphold the nght for we believe that people have the nght to choose for themselves what is bes~ fo.r their lives. We also uphold that every md1· vidual has tht" responsibility to become informed on all issues which affect his/her life. Bf'Cause Christianity has dis· JULY 15, 1983 I MONTROSE VOICE 11 torted fact, and has replaced lies for truth, the name of Christianity. It was our intent we feel that it does not deserve any respect to forcefuUy challenge the "sacred" beliefs whatsoever. of gays and lesbians, so that they may be When institutions, such as churches, able to enjoy life to it& fullest here and condition children to follow leaders, die· now, for in reality here and now is all that trust their own judgement, and unques- there is. I am pleased to say that our tioningly obey "authority" figures, we feel efforts paid off. True freedom and libera­it is time we step in and try to offer that tion shall never be attained untiJ, first, individual some education. The Atheist there is liberation of the mind, and until thinks that beings submissive is not good the shackles of religious oppression have for one's self-esteem. Being independent of been thoroughly discarded. all arbitrary assumptions of authority or When I think of what Christianity has creeds is necessary for one's happiness. done to gay people, I can only regret the However, in this society being self· lack of sufficient lions in the Roman Emp· directed and independent necesssarily rie. involves resisting the efforts of religions to control one's thinking and to curtail what few freedoms we have. The sign, "Christians Leave a Bad Taste in My Mouth," as quoted by out Athen lion , is a very mild statement when one considers the atrocities committed in Thanks to the Clowns From Tom Sanders, Neu• York Well my vaction is over tomorrow and I will be leaving Houswn with great feel­ings. I just wanted somehow to thank the crazy clown with the green and gold hat in the Gay Pride Parade for giving me such a beautiful poem attached to my beads. My lover died seven weeks ago from AIDS and the poem sums up his last days Please print this poem so that others may not fear these people and this disease but'understand them as I had to. I have been very touched by Houston and its people. "After a while, you learn the subtle dif· ference between holding a hand, and chaining a soul. "And you learn that love doesn't mean leaning, and that company doesn't always mean security. "And you learn that kisses B.n:!n't con· tracts, and presents aren't promises. Stanford Square TOWNHOMES The twenty-four townhomes al Stanford Square afford the convenience of a near town location coupled with the serenity of a carefully-planned, secure en\'ironment. These one and two-bedroom traditional brick studio homes are within minutes of the downtown business and cultur..11 district, Greenway Pla1.a, the medical center and the speciality shops, galleries and fine restaurants of the Montrose, m4seum and Rin•r Oaks an»1s. C'..a1eful attention has lx·en given to security requirments. .\n automatic entry gate permits controlled access to the townhome community. while automatic g-.uage doors and well-lighted parking areas extend security within the perimeter of 1lw prnpt•1ty. As an additional feature, each home has been p1e-w11ed for its own '>l.-curity S\'Stem. 'itanfo1d 'iquan· Townhomes offer a \'ariety of amenities. including: • \\'oodburmng fireplaces •Private patios • Kitcht·n appliances (refrigerator & microwa\·e m·en) • Wa>l1<'r> & dryers • Smoke detectors • Pre-wiring for cable T\' Cathedral ceilings, skylights, auics, studies, porches and balconies also are included in many of the floor plans. A swimming pool and sun deck are located in the center of the counya1d. OFFERED EXCLl''iI\'ELY B\ KITTRELL REALTY 529-5981 12 MONTAOSEVOICE/JULY 15, 1983 "Anclyou~n1o..,..,pty011tddu1a w11hy....,.i...,.i upand)'Ol<••Y••h"•i•ht •Mad,withtM .. ..,.,olawornanot•rn•n no<tho.,;..fof•child "And Y"" 1 .. m IO i...ild all ..,.daon iod•y,i...,u.,.tomotr<iw'o1'°"ndial00 uncertainforplono ... anclfuhlTffhavea w•yoffallin1downinmid·Oi1h1 ''Afttt•whileyouleoimlhate...,noun ohin<l>umoifyouHklOOrnud>.Soyou plantyourown••nl ... ,anddec:oralO)'<>UT own-l,inalaad.of wailin•for....,......, 1obrin•YM1ftowns ""And you l.o&m that you '"Uy can endure•ndlhaty.,..rHllyan&h"On1and th•tyouTnllyh•vewonb 'And,.....IN.m,•nd,.....IHm "Withoveryroodl>)'o ... youlMm .. .'' (P"°"' by Wayno Mc&.,., Ho ........ Community Clown..) In Defense of the Atheists From Jame• Fo1n:~11d lniMueHOolyourJMl.,...,l_da"""ple ofleltencritid1in1theatheio1.t'en\ryln thoGayPridoParMle Twaoth .... f0ttthofirotti.,..,forlluivo ,_ntlymoved1oH.,...1onfl'ornNowYorli Ci1y•;...,ry)'ffr.a1Mii\aina..,hinthebi• ::::::."t!:.:="J..~o~;::,=. Thoyhavetho...,..,rishtlo march ao•nJI -n.~...,·...t ainlydidnot-mlobemuc:h "unity"in H-n.8PKillllyaflorU.. othoifto~. Ev..,......al'tHlndmowao i>u.W"I" ..ith Heh wordo .. , "How dia­p& tina;," -n..,. abOOlld tfW," and "Why _ ... th..,-aJio.-linU..~.-PIMao!! 1'1nqui,..-dylo•ob.ckloNewY(N"k aftor -'na: how un-unif"...t lhio comm1u1- i1Y r'Oally ia. Whydidn"lanJ'<lft'lboo&tall- l•Y ro1;pou.no.1atho1....., .... 11MR?lt -....lomethatiliathoroliaiou...,..po thata...,_Uyd upina:U..•aya,nottho athoio1&. At lnat thoatho;oto have the 1utatololkoonanuphillboottlt. Houaton, you'vo1<><•lotlolST'lwin•up10clo. 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Bo• Ofr"-. 61~ Tuu. 228-8421. o Alley Features Classic Films TboA.ILeyn.e.1.er••sllDl....,,Film F••i· valiounde""ayfuturinl'lo1endary oc-n -- ...,h wMk • • the Allor'• ~8\ql. OnJulyi6-20,Clo.tiiG•ble•ndJen H.,. ....,,,,.i<h"""'pe,..•ndi932ootyleinn.,..,. cto.iaRb/Dtu1. K•th•rinell1pbum1nd c..,o .... 1i.....uaboo1Bri,.,;,..u,, &b,olnthei938ocrewbal!oo-y whM:h will bo"'-'nA-t2andaThoLmm<>o-­tol H ..... pt,ny Bos•rt ind La .. ren BuaU Alao0<heduledinAu1Vt..,.,/lbK Mari<t•tarrina: J-tU.Mad)Onaldand Nel-Eddyand41lndSl-twi<hRuby KoelorandDi<:kl'owell. o An Evening With Women Planned JULY 15, 1983 I MONTROSE VOICE 15 come see What's cookin1 Montrose Voice 1st Annual COOkoff "* CC>IVIE SEE "* Dr. Peter Mansell at the Chili Pot! Funda Fonda stuff a chicken! 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Free Budweiser Beer This Sunday, July 17, 1-SPM Officer's Club, 2700 Albany certificates and Ribbons furnished by A·Cut·Above Engravers, 2032 westheimer $3.50 DONATION BEING REQUESTED AT THE DOOR A benefit tor the Montrose sports Association and the Media Fund tor Human Rights. 16 MONTROSE \/OICE I JULY 15. 1983 Montrose Art Introductions '83 Introduces New Artists uy.oh.1-itn-." 11 ... p1eoeo.,. .. 1p>ca1 .. horna,,.. anduelf11oiYe .. horp0qonali1yuahe d~themandlwir.hf«inninpin•tt. ~1 wu alwayo dn.wtna Whenever I ....,,, .. lldyinJinothool.lwud,.winr orpainti"l" .~Thatln-ledhorlO -io...iy1111dyart•!och.ool1inParioand London.Wh1le...,..kin.-lliinteriord .. ian 1nL<>ndon.ohecuntinued10inYeoti1ato the<>0D<Optolcolonandthe-iW. ,.npormecti11-. 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One Egg Any Style -- --- --- - ---- - $3.25 Choice of bacon, ham or sausage. Served with hash browns, toast and jelly. Two_ _E_g_g_s_ _A_n_y_ S " t_y_l_e $1.95 Served with hash browns, toast and jelly. Two Eggs Any Style - - --- - ---- ---- $2.55 Choice o f bacon, ham or sausage. Served with hash browns. toast and jelly. Breakfast Hours Monday-Friday IHQam Saturday & Sunday.;:11am n;• ••. ~• ..•. .-.~::• •••i urnmeY Cits 1 $12.~o JULY 15, 1983 I MONTROSE VOICE 17 18 MONTROSE VOICE I JULY 15, 1983 Films Do It Yourself Global Thermonuclear War ~f. ~~~v~!':Z!'!iation Wire Service WarOames will awaken a generation of teenagers to the folly of nuclear madness. That wou]d be reason enough for seeing it, even if it didn't teach you a new way to butter corn on the cob. Matthew Broderick was the perfect cho­ice to play the hero, a high schooler who's a genius with computers but can't earn a passing grade in biology, even though he has a girlfriend (Ally Sheedy) who's wil­ling to help him experiment. Broderick's irresistible energy draws us into the story, making us believe he can bring the earth to the brink of World War III when he unknowingly accesses a NORAD compu· ter that's programmed to make its war games look real. Dr. Strangeloue told a surprisingly sim· ilar story from a totally different view­point to achieve the same end. This time the mood is Hardy Boys I Nancy Drew-or at least Tom Swift; the humor is light and the outcome never in doubt. The target is a younger, broader, less sophisticated audience; and the preaching is sometimes heavy handed, never subtle. I pointed thisouttoletyouknowwhatto expect. not to discourage you from seeing WarGames, which for two thirds of ita length is more fun than Return of the Jedi. Just before the excitement becomes too intense to notice flaws there's a weak sequence involving John Wood as an eccentric scientist, followed by a missing transition from helicopter to jeep as Super· teen speeds to the rescue. If the ending isn't perfect it'll leave you cheering anyway, and meanwhile poten­tial screenwriters have had an hour-plus classic example of how to set up and develop a situation with utterly consistent internal logic. In the midst of all the fun some serious questions are raised in debates between scientist Dabney Coleman (giving a rich performance in an underwritten part) and Air Force General Barry Corbin (who would look more at home chasing Burt Reynold.a across Georgia). Corbin argues for humanpower while Coleman's solu­tion is to "take the man out of the loop­" -when time is critical, decisions of life-or mass death should be left to machines. If you want to play "Global Thermonu­clear War" yourself, note the area code for Sunnyvale, CA is 408, not 311. The film ­makers used an unassigned code to avoid tieing up Silicon Valley until they get the real WarGames on the market. 'The Man with 2 Brains' ~r. ~:,e;;.,!"{;~?~ Carl Reiner is the brains behind Th£ Man with Two Brains. His former collaborator Mel Brooks made his version of Franken stein eight years agp and now it's Reiner's turn . The monster has already been created. That's Steve Martin and Reiner is one of his biggest fans . I'm not. but I find him growing on me with each new effort (except Pennie• from Heaven , which was ruined by Martin's mii;casting); I couldn't have helped laughing at some moments in The Man with Two Bramsifl'd wanted to. The trouble is, even the most devoted Martin fan will find no more than moments to laugh at-the Austrian drunk te!-lt, the "Into the mud, scum queen!" scene and a few others. Otherwise we're expected to be amused when he drags out the rabbit ears again, and at 87 mispro­nunciations of an unpronounceable name (no offense to readers who are also named Hfuhruhurr). Martin plays the world's greatest brain surgeon. (Of course, would anyone make a movie about the second greatest brain sur· geon?) Still mourrung his late wife Rebecca (get it, film buffs?). he falls in love with Kathleen Turner, a sexy wench from the Joan Crawford School ofBallbusting. When they marry he learns that his con ju· gal rights extend only to getting his finger sucked-while with the Mexican gardener Juan (Russell Orozco), "a big, good­natured bag of muscles," it's another story. On a trip to Austria, Martin meets mad scientist David Warner, whose condo/ castle contains a lab full of stored brains. Martin falls in love with one of them, thus becoming a virtual bigamist while still not getting laid. (Why doesn 't he get smart and tum to men?) 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It'• ute. kills crab& 1n ten minutes. tt 'a available without Each paci<age includes a a preacrlptlon at your patented fine-tooth comb that local ptwnwcy. And ~ - · Tuesday Movie-July 19 Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal TbeOwl = Summer Drink Special 1/2 Price Drinks to All Arriving at Mary's on a Motorcycle! Sat. & Sun. Special noon to Bpm Eye Openers All Day Wed. & Thurs Happy Hour Pflces to all in Mary's T-Shirts JULY 15, 1983 I MONTROSE VOICE 21 That Question: 'Why Aren't You Married Yet' By Joe Baker I just ugave" my baby sister away. Oh, my Dad had the official honor, but as I sat in the church pew, I felt as if it was my little girl who was becoming a woman. Actually, Anne had become a woman many years earlier. I guess I just really hadn't noticed. But now, at the age of22, there was no doubt about it that Anne had grown into a beautiful young woman. And today, she waR a bride. She looked so radiant in her white gown. It was her day-the day she was going to make a commitment; the day she was going to give priority to another man in her life. I don't know how my Dad felt, but I felt kinda empty. I knew how fathers the wolld over feel when their little girls grow up and take husbands of their own. Anne was one of those .. accident" babies. She was born when the rest of us kids in the family were in high schooJ. And if she surprised my parents, you can imagine how my brother, two sisters and I felt. The last thing we wanted in the house was some screaming little rug rat. All those feeHngs changed, however, the day Anne came home from the h08pital. There io nothing like a baby to fill a holl8e with love and peace. Anne grew up with more''parents"than 1he knew what to do with. Naturally, she was spoiled rotten and always overpro­tected. Somehow, though, 1he managed to make it-despite all our good intentions and interference. As I watched Anne walk down the aisle and take hold of her groom's arm, I real­ized that Anne would probably be the only "daughter" I would ever "give away" in marriage. As a gay man, I don't intend to marry a woman or have children. It's not that I don't love children or wouldn't want to have a family. It's just that I know who I am and what I am-and my lifestyle, at least at thi1 time in my life, is not condu­cive to raising children. I had been very apprehensive for weeks about making the trip home to Michigan for Anne'• wedding. As a closeted gay, viaits home have alway& been somewhat uncomfortable. This time, I expected things to be even worse. Afterall, the baby of the family was beating me to the altar and two other sis­ters and my brother had already been there. I was aure I was going to be asked at least JOO times by all my relatives why I wasn't married, if I was dating anybody seriously, etc. etc. On the way to the airport, I had joked with a friend about appropriate answers I could give. My friend Bill thought I should tell them that it wa1 against the law for Texans to marry Y ankeea. I said a better response would be for me to say that I wu unable to get "it" up and I didn't think it would be fair to marry a woman. I would have loved to see the expres­sions on several of my old aunt.a faces after that remark. Fortunately, I never got the chance to use my line; although I probably would not have had the guts to say it any­way. I come from a very large family with ~:;h!~B 2a0~d ~::~•$oat~:~ 8CU~;~~ed only to have one relative ask me that touchy questions about marriage. The only one to ask was a baby-factory cousin of mine who already has had three husbands and she's just barely 25. I don't know why I find that question sen1itive, because I am not ashamed of being gay and I don't find the single lifestyle-straight or gay-an undesirea­ble one. I'm sure my immediate family 1us­pecta I might be homosexual, but the time h&1n't been right yet to discuH it with none of their business and most of them wouldn't understand or accept it anyway. Still, the question irks me. Let's face it, most people in the world-although things are changing-believe that mar­riage is the only way to have a rich and meaningful life. They think that if you aren't marned. there is no way you could be happy. If you don't have children, there is no way your life is going to be rewarding. How they can believe that considering today's divorce rate and the problems par· enta have with children is beyond me. But I guess they just want the single people to be as "happy" as the married ones art. Some happy. lthe111 . .. ~~~:.~:~.t.:::~~~v~:'.~.:.:allI c ··--····· .. ···-.. ···-·~--- Out of all my many relatives, there is only one other cousin who is not married. The woman is fast approaching 30, and she too is feeling a lot of pressure from her parents and society about not being mar­ried. We got a chance to talk at my sister's wedding reception, and I was pleased to hear that she was experiencing the same discomfort as I. ''You know," she said, "people think that if you live alone and aren't married.­then you must be lonely. Right now, I don't need their kind of happiness. I may never. I hope the day come• when my family real· izea that you don't have to get married to become a woman. I would really like for Commentary them to accept me for what I am and let me live my life the way I want." I don't know if my cousin is straight or gay. But it doesn't really matter. 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ID. i ~:~:::no~:~::~:euncertaintimes, tiyP;r~=~=r~~dr:!~i~tthatepitomized ~~~e!~!':rE~~·s':i'~to~'~°.;;, before 1 • MQ I QSE • ~~~h '::~vu"::n:~~:ail~l~hJt~~~~~~::;~::~ !~~ri~02~:~A~~:~:i°~~~:::n:~;t!:~ ca!'.r"~n~':is~;:i:rdba~s ~f ~~~:i:~;~ • TRAVEL CLUB• every landlord who raised the rent, every pie, by which I mean a lesbian and a gay I round a corner and run smack into an • Located in the heart of Montros1' ::,e~g;~r~a~~ a:~0.:.~~:~~1~t ~=~~~ :;::ntii'!';~",;.=~~~i:;,:~ :~i;1',:~~'::;~T:,~ :~~~t!':,'d c~~~:i; ~n ~~;r;.::r;;u.;s~ • at 1506 w. Alabama serving all I whose high decible lovemaking instilled ~u~~ti::;.~:;:~:~o~~~~s ~~n °;.~~edes::;: drop the bags. Equally startled, my gay • the community's travel needs • ~:v;.e a prurient curiosity tinged with their essentially platonic friendship had :;:'~g::i:i~.J~:':!:;t~?.";'~~: :;~!,~iJ • • l'he list of my previous addresses is a produced a baby, DeAnn shrugged, "We on!" • A MONTROs5lblfJ;,Cb~TS ASSOC . • =~:~:~~lt~i~tos~=~~~'::~r~:,0:~~~: ~~;~~~~~~~o~h~c~t~~::;;e7s~~~:;~~r. -~:.eh!n:aT1:~~'\,~~~~~:~~~~~=; • SPRING AND • ~':,,!;~t:;~:~:::::~o~~~:~ JI:,!~:;i;':; H~~:S';i";.;',?;;~~Yr~~u~~:nights at the ~:.e:.eif 17;~~a~:1t;"cting me on the : SUMMER SPECIALS: Lo;h~~eg!l:!.the trailer, and the room over si~t~nr~~u:s~ :::~r~·: !";:i:"t~:1~r=~n~~ vo~~:: :~~id~'::;yw.!i~'d~~~ TI,':a:i:~~g~~ • • Sunny Jamaica. 8 • the garage, and the basement in Denver ~~~ ip"u~:i::~rbyr;: =~l!~ ~~~i~se~:~: men from upstairs are arguing abou.t ~ dayfs, 7 n$ights, air, hotel ., that also housed bugs large enough to wheretogetapizza.Theysettleonadesti- . ... rom 259 per person . • ~~ck~~~·;_:1~~~ can of Raid with a casual ~1I~s~~i~s;h':~~:,';Y~~~~;:.sall;t::~:~~~~ ~i~ti'}._~· i°:J~it~a~°k'~,";~:.~ol ~~;,i;.·.~;~f.si double occupancy • One memorable apartment was next reveal Ralph, bathrobed and bleary-eyed, gonna throw that bitch in the pool!" and I •• e Southern California. 5 • 1;:::/~.~nm~~:~~1~;1:i :;~~~~ r~~n:~ wi.~.r: ~~~:~::::~~:r:~~~ F~~~~~nd know with a warm certainty that they are days/ 4 Nights, air fare, .... never practiced at home. They lied again.) never mind. Is there anything you need?" :~~~kt~:~~~~~"!imJ~'?a'~~~~~;~;F. • hotel and rental car .. . • dr!~~ :;:;~/1~ur:~il;~~s~~~g 't::s~;:~ "!:'~· th~ d~tor's got:;: ::t~ d°J';°J1 right with the world. • ~omb1$359 per person • music full blast each evening, and would ~~~- "~!1"1~1~ m:i::;s;o~o1::e and p~t m; McDonald: who lives in Los Angeles, i.s ., OU e occupancy ., often pass out and remain oblivious to her legs in the air, so I'm doing just fine!" co-winner of the 1983 Certificate of ~~rtt • • neighbors' attempts to break down her The crazy lady is chainsmoking and for Outstanding Work in Feat~r~ Writing " EUROPE TO ., ~:::'~~t !i~~:~ ;:~ r:~~~b~efu~~~h· :~: :~~~~~~:d~s~~~~~~~y~o:e.bikini top, ':o~':m~h~p~e":rs Ph::: a"::J~~a~:h~~ ::; • • H~~~~~~ f~7;'i,~R2~ • bathroom wall as he chatted with his girl· It is earlier on 8 Sunday morning than newspapers. • e Mercedes Benz 2200 • [~\j:;~ ~~~lteni~hr~oh~~~!pf;;~.di!~~~~ ;::\;:~!~.e{!:'k~';;~e~!~ir..~:~:::~:: • • Peug~~~~o~1~;~~ $10,945 • his receding hairline, although occasion- the bedroom above me, where Edna and Let us hear from you • • ~!~~:~i~~70~~:~e~~tailed report on his ~;:/~~pf;ir:,n:P::~e~U~~~~~f. ."; ,\~~.~ Letters to the Editor • Located in Travel • w~~:a~~g~tr::s.~~; h~s':t~:!:,~~ ~'('.~~ft· ~::~db:ro:;::;:~s~i';'tie;;gu:i:~e,:~1f!,':ic 33~::~~~;0~~1~;06 • Innovations Bldg. • have this diarhhea!" he whined. And they weekly, but never before at this hour. "Oh Houston, TX 77006 • 523 3051 • w;,d:r ;;.7.s~,e :'::'~t :~i:~~;::~rz. m~~~ well," l think, "maybe it's their anniver- • • • strangest, place I ever lived was the Holly- sary." I send them best wishes and snug- ............. wood Hawaiian Apartments. I knew there was something special about the place when I called the number in an apartment-for- rent ad and got Ralph, the building's resident manager. He allowed as how.yep, there was a vacany, alright, but there was something I ought to know right away. "I'll tell you right now, we've just got nice people here, we only want nice poep!e. So if you're not a nice person don't bother to come over." "Uh, well I, uh ... " "We've got all kinds here, and everyb· ody's nice. We've got your black and your white, your red and your yellow, and your gay and your straight, and we all get along and respect each other. And if any of that bothers you, just don't bother to come over here." "I'll take it." Ralph was a man of his word. The Hool­lywood Hawaiian's tenants comprised a miniature United Nations, and included enough g~y me~ and lesbian~ t.o form a new contingent m the Gay Pride parade. The sight of a dozen stuffed mailboxes on the day the gay paper got delivered warmed this lesbian's tenant's heart. During the 50s, the . Hollywood Hawaiian had been a luxurious hotel for affluent tourists. By the time I arrived there in the 80s, however, the hotel rooms had been converted into apartments that only a starving arti_st could love. What may have been spacious for a weekend's stay in 1950 was not exactly roomy for everyday Jiving in 1980. But wh!lt we tenants lacked in elbowroom and pnvacy, we more than made up for in comaraderie. Populated largely by perso~s of indeter­minate occupation and no v1s1bJe means of support, the building housed. ~very social configuaration from traditional heterosexual families to a gaggle of extravagantly graceful black gay men whose movements were so willowy that they gave the impression of wearing scarves even when they weren't. There was the Latino with the big ears and "Amor de Madre" tattoed on one s_houlder, an t e person partial U.. e~tt jaekeu, sex; to Jay n'c,,,UJ> ,' Iden· •• If you're out in Houston, come by & cool off at * Wide Selection* Reasonable Prices* Customer Se!'Yice * Ma1orCreditCards* DelivetyAva1lable * FREE GLASS OF WATER TO * THE FIRST 5,000 CUSTOMERS Old English Furniture 1138 W •. GRAY, 521-9145 24 MONTROSE VOICE I JULY 15, 1983 Sports Some Leading Teams Totter as Season Closes THIS WEEK"S GAMES Sarurday. July 16 01r1y Sally's vs BAB. 4pm Pete Housos controlled the pitching and some of the hitting as the Voice shut out the Galleon last weekend By Eddie Chavez As the end of the 1984 season of the MSA Greater Houston Softball League nears, some leading teams are having trouble staying on top. That's the way it was for the Galleon, the Montrose Voice and Dirty Sally's last weekend o Voice Shuts Out Galleon In the first game last Saturday, exceHent pitching by Pete Housos of the Voice held the Galleon to only three hits and no walks. And at bat, Pete was 3 for 4, with 2 RBis and 2 triples in shutting out the Gal­leon 11-0 and moving to within a half game of their number one position The Voice's 18-hit attack also drew five walks Other batting leaders were Timmy Boates batting 3 for 4 with 2 RBis. Don Davidson, David Pace, Dave Gebert and Dennis Duncan all shared two hits each. Five runs in the first inning aided by three Galleon errors gave the Voice the momen~ tum to defeat them again. (I'heir previous meeting gave the Voice !! Galleon !}. o Teasing DeSale I called Jerry DeSale this week and teased him by saying if his Dirty Sallyt's team didn't start hitting again, they would would lose again. "I know but I don't understand how we can be up to take a tournament and then not be able to keep hitting," he replied. "Don't worry, Jerry," I said. "Look at the Astros, Oilers and the Rockets. After their great year. they were in the cellar, but your team was just down for that game~" Maybe so, but that doesn't take any­thing away from a team that played their butte off Charlotte'~ almost game Sally's its second defeat of the regular season by holding the lead until the last minutei; of play. Ryan Mayne was 3 for 3, perfect! Mario Blanco had an in the park homerun scoring 3 RBis Overall Charlotte's dis­played good defense against the division leading Sally's Mike Morrison was the only Sally's player with 2 hits. but the team batted four runs in the last inning to edge Charlotte's 5-4. Herb Muenchow drove in Mario Mar­chena with the winning hit o Voice Struggles Over J im's Gym The next day , Sunday the Montrose Voice had a close one. In a very slow moving game, it seemPd the team could get no momentum even after having decigively sunk the Galleon s &h1p lht day before Luckily for the Voice, they received 11 walks. and got three hits off irregular pitching by Jim's Gym team. The game was not decided until the bottom of the last inning when Dodie Ramirez hit a drive with the bases loaded. Jim's Gym hitting was lead by Mike Scoggins and Geno Escamilla's 2 RBis. Final score: Montrose Voice 4, Jim's Gym 3 o BRB Slashes Barn Usually hitting wins a game. Not so for the Barn team. They out hit the Brazos River Bottom by two hits but lost the game 9-5. Hits by Sammy Spaniel, Mario Arzola and Brad Hay were not enough as six unanswered runs in the bottom of the sixth decided that game. BRB'a Jim Traweek'• 2 for 3 and 2 RBis; Ken McGaughey's 2 for 3 and hits by 9 out of 10 starters called it a weekend of sports action o Four Forfeits In other softball action last weekend, Jim's Gym forfeited to the Briar Patch, Mining Company1 JR's team forfeited to the BRB and Dirty Sally's while Catch One forfeited to the Briar Patch. o Chauez Resigns Eddie Chavez, faithfu l and enth usiastic sports editor for the MONTROSE VOICE, resigned officially Thursday, J uly 14. Chavez' contributions to the newspap­er's sports coverage were innumerable and he was always dependable in report· ing evt>ntJJ, taking a personal interest in the Montrotie sports scene Due to changing employment commit­ments. he will no longer be writing, and his contributions will be missed. Thanks, Eddie. for your good stories and good atti· tu de MSA Greater Houston Softball L eague RESULTS Saturday, July 9 Montrose Voice 11 Galleon Briar Patch 7 Jim's Gym O (forfeit) BAB 7 Montrose M1ne/JA's O (forfeit) Dirty Sally's 5 Ch~rlotte·s Sunday. July 10 Dirty Sally's 7 Montrose Mine/JA's O (forfeit) Briar Patch 7 Catch One O (forfeit) Montrose Voice 4 Jim's Gym 3 Brazos ARB 9 Sam 5 REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS xGaHeon xMontroseV01ce Briar Patch J1m·1Gym Catch On& Won ..!Al South D•11tS1on 10 3 769 ~1 ~ ; ~~ ' ~ 11 214 71; 0 14 000 10 Nor1hD1111s1on x01rty Sally's 14 1 933 xBrazos River Boltom 10 3 769 3 Charloue·s 5 8 385 8 ~:r~trose M1ne/JAs ~ ~. ~~~ :; x cllnched playoll spot B*-TTING LEADERS throughJuly10 based on at /east33 runes af bat 1 Bill Schm1dlOS 2 JerryDeSaleOS 3 AyanMayneCt1ar 'ManoMarchennos 5 RobertAmagaBRB ~ ~~~i8L~~;r~~~n!~,.Jrs 8 Tom Boa1esMv 9 Harry Goldberg cs 10 BobJamesMv AB A H AVG 412323 561 331318.545 331118 545 392320 513 401820 500 451622 489 431121 488 391419 487 35 10 17 486 461622 478 Montrose M1ne/JAs vs Charlottes. 5pm BAB vs Dirty Sally's. 6pm Briar Patch vs Montrose Voice. 7pm J1m·s Gym vs Galleon. 8pm Montrose Voice vs Bnar Patch. 9pm Sunday. July 17 Brazos Rrver Bottom vs Charlottes. 6pm Catch 1 vs Jim's Gym. 7pm BnarPatchvs Galteon. 8pm Barn w Monlrose Mine1JRs. 9pm HovstonSo """"- MSA Volleyball STANDINGS fotlowmg Juty 12 compe11t1on 2327 Grant at Fairview-528-8342 Open 12pm-2am Every Day KRAZEE HOUR NITELY 9-10pm 75¢ Well Drinks & Beer KRAZEE TUESDAY 9pm-2am 75¢ Well Drinks & Beer HAPPY HOUR DAILY 12-7pm 75¢ Well Drinks & Beer CJattuJieW ~iquo/t 524 1245 1006 FAIRVIEW at GRANT 'Wufe selection of imported beer, wine & cfr.amptignt' Larqe inventory of cfwia fiquor, cotffia{s & co<!kttiif mi:tes Good prices - Friendfy service Convientfy focated in Montrose "" 0 JULY 15. 1983 /MONTROSE VOICE 25 Seven Day Calendar Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Ffl Sat JULY JULY 15 16 JULY JULY JULY JULY JULY 17 18 19 20 21 Selected Events through 7 Days •FRIDAY-SATURDAY: International Gay Assoc. Con· ference in Vienna, Austria, con­cludes • FRIDAY-SUNDAY: Metro· politan Community Church general conference, Toronto, concludes •SATURDAY: Lambda Bicy­cle Club meets, then tours, from 3pm, unless raining, at 210 Fairview, apt. I •SATVRDA Y: MSA Volley­ball teams participate in Pega­sus Volleyball Tournament, Dallas -SA TU RDA Y: Choice's Les­bian Mothers' Group meets 6:30pm, 210 Fairview, apt. 1 • SUNDAY: Montrose Tennis Club plays 10:30am-1:30pm, MacGregor Park • SUNDAY: Montrose Voice Gourmet Cookoff, noon-5pm, Officers Club, 2700 Albany, benefit for Montrose Sports Association and Media Fund for Human Rights •SUNDAY: GayRun '83, lOam, San Francisco Golden Gate Park • SUNDAY: Choices meets 12:30pm, YWCA, 3615 Willia • SUNDAY: Unitarian/ Universalist Gay Caucus meets 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannind- •SUNDA Y: Families & Friends of Gays meets 2pm Presbyterian Center behind 1 lst Presbyterian Church, 5300 Main •MONDAY: AIDS victim sup­port group meets 6:30pm, Mont­roAe Counseling Center, 900 Lovett Blvd., Suite 203 •MONDAY: MSA Summer Season Rowling, 9pm at Sta­dium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain •TUESDAY: Montrose Sym. phonic Band meets at Bering Church, 1440 Harold, 7:30pm •WEDNESDAY: "A Place in the Sun," ?pm, 704 Fairview, present.A the Court Players •WEDNESDAY: Gay Political Caucus meets 4600 Main #217, 7:30pm •WEDNESDAY: Montrose Chorale rehearsal at Bering Church, 1440 Harold, 7:30·10pm •THURSDAY: Wilde 'n Stein ftJ'IT~d~~~F~~~gpm on •THURSDAY: MSA Mixed Bowling League bowls, 9pm at Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain Selected Events in Future Weeks •TN 1 WEEK: Full moon, 6:28pm, July 24 •IN 1 WEEK: Montrose Civic Club (Neartown) meets 7pm July 26, Bering Church, 1440 Harold •TN 1 WEEK: Lutherans Con-cerned meets July 26, Grace Lutheran Church, 2515 Waugh •IN 1 WEEK: Houston Area Gay & Lesbian Engineers & Scientists meet July 27, 7pm •TN 2 WEEKS: Greater Mont· rose Business Guild meets 7:30pm Aug. 2, Liberty Bank community room, 1001 Westhei­mer UN 2 WEEKS: 8th lnterna· tional Conference of Gay & Lesbian Jews opens Aug. 4, lasting to Aug. 7, Miami UN 2 WEEKS: Reno National Gay Rodeo opens Aug. 4, last· ing to Aug. 7 •TN 7 WEEKS: Sixth Biennial International Convention of Dignity, Seattle, Sept. 2-5 •IN 7 WEEKS: Gay World Series Softball Tournament. Chicago, Sept. 3-5 •IN 7 WEEKS: Labor Day, Sept.5 •IN 7 WEEKS: "Come Out and Sing Together," 1st North American Gay Choral Festival, opens Sept. 8, lasting to Sept. 11, Lincoln Center, New York UN 10 WEEKS: Autumn beg­ins at 9:43am Sept. 23 UN 10 WEEKS: Human Rights Campaign Fund annual dinner, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York. Sept. 27 •IN 11 WEEKS: Texas Renaissance Festival opens near Plantersville Oct. 1 and 2, also running Oct. 8. 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 & Nov. 5 & 6 UN 12 WEJ','KS: Oct. 8 dead· line to register to vote in November elections •IN 12 WEEKS: Columbus Day, Oct. 10 •TN 13 WEEKS: Westheimer Colony Art Festival, 100 to 1100 blocks Westheimer, Oct. 15-16 •IN 16 WEEKS: Halloween, Oct.31 •TN 16 WEEKS: Houston city elections, Nov. 8 •IN 18 WEEKS: Thanksgiv. ing, Nov. 24 •IN 19 WEEKS: Gay Aca­demic Union 9th National Con­ference, San Diego, Nov. 25-27 •TN 28 WEEKS: Gay Press Association Southern Regional Convention, Jan. 27-29, Hous­ton •IN 43 WEEKS: New Orleans Wor_ld's Fair opens May 12, lastmg to Nov 11 •IN 48 WEEKS: 1984 Gay Pnde Week begins, 15th anni· versary of Stonewall uprising, June 15-24 U N 69 WEEKS: Houston hosts 1984 Gay World Series ~:~ball Tournament, Sept. 1-2, Montrose Classified The Voice is the Choice The Most News The Most Readers The Most Advertising NOTICE Bus1NES >WNEA~ The"'4ontroseVoteelilts lree u.ch .,,., "ti M()ntrOM ClH11hed busi· nes.s estabhshmena •rvlf'tg H d11lnbut•on ~:sfofll'leVoiceal'ldcommun1tyOfg101u iindlat•tN•ll•tlnt l• •MonlroMYok•dt.I~ bullonpolnt COMMERCIAL SPACE BAR FOR SALE Piano bar tor sate or investors Call 529-8369 & leave message DWELLINGS & ROOMMATES Gary Larson's Cartoons­Exclusive 1n Houston in the Voice SPECTACULAR MONTROSE TOWNHOUSE Private. 2-2'1.i, Greenhouse. hot tub All amenities. 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ONLY the Voice saturates Montrose each week Nith over one hundred jistribut1on locations 26 MONTROSE VOICE I JULY 15, 1983 " Keep your rifle handy, Boswell .... . That wounded lion could be anywhere 1n this tall grass." e. ' "Whoa! ... Wrong room." The Far Side by Gary Larson " So, Professor Jenkins! ... My old nemesis! . ._. We meet again, but this time the advantage 1s mine! Ha! Ha! Ha!" Suddenly, only a mile into the race, Ernie gets a nose cramp. )''~ tJ..t..----<:>-:::::---:-;,,_=~~<:Y~r~· &7 ~ " Blast! . .. You raise a dog from a pup! and suddenly one day heki~l:~~. out lo be a chicken- ORGANIZATIONS _ LELTE NAT' l"IAl ORGANIZATIONS G~ ~A1!202,1,'.M, 7_ 2~ 3360$. Wu ""11c G'Jt~~:'i';;m'~~~P08 1892. wun•ngton. Hu,...fl Rl(Jt.!1 C•"'Pll•gn F1,md-POB 1398. Wah- "'glon. OC 20013- 1202) $4&-2025 L~O::-~~~~c;:..-:;1J2W '3td.N-York NY M:!':Oc;,~:, 1~o~=u~~R•g:~n~~~~n.PrOC N41=•-=:~•:: Bui•,_• Coonc1t1-Bo• 15145.SanFr&nclSCO.CA9411$--('15)88S-6363 M4ihon1IAnoc11\10nolGay&llltb•.no.moc::nihC Clubl-17'2 MIN A..,. SE, Wllhtngtot'I, DC 20003-(202)547-311)4 N•~;:~::C,~YC:t~~."~'~~4Cutto. S.n NlloonalGayT11kForce-905thAve.N-York.NY 10011-(212)741-5800 NGTF"1 Cr•t1hrie-(IOO) 221-704• fouls•(le New Yorli:Slllel i::O~~=~~~-=;~~~:Sk Fore.- POB Al(. Denton ~n~i~i~~-~=rua-(M°Omrose) Church 01 APiie.1nth.~n-cloG-r•c11ynn8ooks.704 F••rv•ew--522·7695 aubgroup ol l!H Inc eon c.rts7pmTun Aelu---i236 w Gr•y-52·Hi925 A1i:>S Ho111M- -ao G.y Sw.iChboliro-sN-3211 ... ;;;:;:;ca,,aav·At11e.,ta:.:·m-6660· ~~::~~ ~:~~ ~~~u.~J_:-s~:-2"it club night Wed As·iroR.;n~-""'•nc.-5i0-1Ms1t"'°'ee).5iO­oss2( nv1 B.YQU B 1U ... Montrose-chc>r.1e ~:<r~.~fi~I~Jo/~ed~ ~~z~~s~~- e:,.Ck I White-Me;, Together (BWMT}-- :-CJOGSy Sw11chbolird,52f.-3211 ~~c~~~bfw~~~~~1f f:~:,!,5~ Sun,1l1oseeLHb<1nMothef1 Chr-iiti•n Church of thfl G"Ood Shephefd-1707 MontrOM Ml'Vtcet lpm Sun, Bible 1tudy 730pmThllrs ~~:~~=-=~~~~~::~ Churcti01Ctir';111nFl•lti":'217F.11rv1_..:-52j::" 6005 Ml'VICM 104S.m &.m & 71SpmWed ~!,le!~':1~~=Tue1 &Sun .chotrpt1Ct1ce CtiUrCti -o,-P.Ot9Co.1.1lJn;ty-sso-7266_ 520= 5699 S«v1ce1730pmFn.11•mSun c,i,l-W~torHum"in-EQulhty(CH~F.nnin 11301··23&-&ee6 tto.rdmMt1ng2ndTUffd1ys C01l•S;1 fsoc111 C1ub)-=.:m;;.,-.-,-e;az09- Rov9r Bot!Qm,2400Brazos-526-IU92 =~~·tY-GoSc>.+-c;,~;700 Monlr0u- ~~}!I;2~'-~':~ ~~c:-~:! 6pm2nd& 41t1Fnd1y1 Conr"OeAr•i l1mbd8-SOC"iety-::j';,n 11756--035:4 orA•y1175e-4097 Cn1;1Ho11in9-2'ie-1sos 0111.i.-G1v-Aih1111--45T-&i&O A"'9~ ~··~!_ - D•1n1Found1t1on-.-2700M1ton· 524-5791 ~g~~~;:~·~e~1~uy;;~~~I !,~~ Slturd•YI F1..n~,ft & Friends 01 G.yi-464-6663 meets ~~~:. ~~~~rti'p;;.~;r!~~Ch~~~~~~ !!:.v~c~'':~·~~~~c:--~5210- Fmnnin-528-1571 Frontrun,,_,.._5~9251-­G1y& A1<..,.Shl"''!QE11.~1ence(GASE}-528• ~311,526-089~- -- - -­: rlL•t>o•nArch1~11otT111.111t1ohateofl!H t;,==~~~~~d~~~.~=:!~521- Gly lllhln a~C>;"E:-_528-~ __ -= ~7:;;_~~~~;L~=,~~~~~~77~ 1t1&3rdWednNdlyt ~I·~itH:-::;~o~r:~~wcI?.b~~:_7i a;y·5..;,,chbO;;(i_pQeJi24. -52'-3211 lnlOf· m111on.coonsehng.relerr1l1.TTY.AIDSH0111,,. Grei1itf"MOOirose -eua,,,... GU1id-=-ion11Ct !~!fr::;°:,!,'~~mt~o;~~~: ~~-1~•: ;~1J1t1FM1960A~e1 F;;_Aw1y F~l­~~ 1e lnterf11th AU•1nce--729 M1nor Hou11on-Ar•• G1y & Lest>11n Eng,,_,. & Sc1ent11ta--52&-7386 meet• 7pmAttt Widnes dlyl Houaton Comtnur11ty Cltlwns-862-8314 Houlton 01t• Proteuion11t-rneet• 1n E11t Room,Hot1d1ylnnCentr1!,4640S M11n-523• lt922me&••nq730pm2ndTueldlyt Houston MotOfcycie club- T1oCt1l (:1Ub)-c10 ~:!.-~on1 ::2r,~~~=:,~~2~":6e1 384o. Hum: bt•773J8-B1lt11821·7126 iiH lnc-POB-18041.--77222~-1732~529- 7014 1fl•h1led groups ire lnter1ct. Gr1c11tynn ~~·'.~~~:~/~~:::~~e~l?:~~::~:l roseC~ger1.bolrdmMl1ng730pm11tThurs d1y1 jv1r1ed 1oc111ons). educ111on1J lorum 7)()pm3rdltlursd1ys ~':ze~s=\~-=:r-~12~0,.eJ:!>:i :!,~~i:.= 6216 M11n_ & 4th Tuesd1ys 11 in1er1Ct. educ1hon111ubgroup ol l'H ;r;c-_ POB 18041. 77222-529-7014. 694-1732 i KPfT R1d10. FM-90---41Q\:ovetl e .... d-52&­i~ e=·ns1111n g1yr100aht>WThurs!Slys ;.,~~~~Found• on 1001W•the'•tner119)- JULY 15, 1983 I MONTROSE VOICE 27 ~::;5a.cyci.c1ub-O....id&e2-0458.caro1 ~'l';!~~.~~Alcohollc1&Alanon-1214 ~~:::::~~~~~'r,o ~!Xn.;~;:;;f.,~ ~ BODY MASSAGE In or out, Bruce, 521-2009 'Montrose Live' each week in the Voice reports on Montrose entertainment THE ANTIQUE CORNER Anniversary sate. Glassware, knick­knacks. furniture. 1921 Westheimer. 522-6087 ~i~~:koR~~n.~~7~~~~,;! [;ib;ana&GayPeop1einMtld1c1n.-eeo.948e meeting 730pm 1ltS1turday1 L.sb.9r1Molh:.""'"i1Ubi;iroup 01-c;;o;c;."'."'"""mee11 hl_•nd_3rdS.t,630pm, 210FatrvJeW apt 1 t;Eii~~~~l;k;,~~~ ~~~!~.:'!°€;.~~: ~s;:.~::;~ CIHH1T119 &Wed ev•a MontrOM Art A11iW:. -521-2481- af1111ate i7H lnc.meell2ndThurad•ys Mon1ro1e- ChOriie· ind eayOU-8·1u-ROb.rt Moon. dir, 521-2008 rehelruJ 7»-tOpm Wed at Bering Church. 1«0Harold ~:~~0=:k!~1;~~;~~~c~•~I.!f~;~ Mutbefry MontroM-c;,ic Ctub iM NN'rt'Own ASSoc"7;hOfl • MontroMCiul1C-104We.fh9.mer-52~5531 open wHkdays 10.rn-5pm (e11ceptWedJ and weekdayeve1830-Q30pm. women·1empha.,1 ptogram 1-5pm Sun ~~~~~ri~~t,g; v~~~,·~~;9:n ~~:~ rnH1S830prnMonday1 MootroM- s;no-rs--.::c.-r1 La.,,,, • .,ce--774.:-3591 ~~':O ~ol:~rul Mon. eve1. Benng Church MontrOM SPorts A"OC••lton tMSA.)~2-3304 MonlroMT8nnit Ctub_:J,m ll-527--=9178PJl.ys Sunday1.1030am-130pm.MacGregorP&1k ~=~r!!:~~~<:-~2n£5~::1~~ ~~nuJf!:.~~-~~~t=~~:~S:~Qi-,. 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MSA.iwcWnerf180tttiiiiiLHgu.= 72&:9371 ~uS.:~[~~~nc':~~~~g:,~:u30Pm MofttfOM s~e-arni~e;;;g Church. 14'0 Harold-527·"889 meeting !~_2~ . _!_H•~a~n-~--- - ~~;~;n:;~~~=;-~~~i.;110 :=o~~ =·'C~~~~r.:;1 :;~~:~ 1000 meetmg7pm4fhTuetctays ;:;..;--FrMdOni cttt;.hin ChWC:h-912 w 1111'1- ~,·~_!_ "!!'_'11~ 10.m Sun. 7~ Wed =~i~:ou"~j=~2ct;4 Near1own Commun11y 1 y i.11>er"IC!On~POB CI00063. ~ R.crfftiOn-alTand Furidcomm.f1....=-Mu1lang Clubpro1ect ~T~ urn; Oay1L.twi" s~u;::62i- Texaa Bay-;;;; Gays-332-3737-r;;;~ Thurs ..... n1ng T;'xaa88Y'ArffG•yYouth-332·3737.mMhng• bl·'tlltffl{ty ~.;a.;y1L;t>18n"Ta1k Force---t5-'1231. e&s- ~!:"~:~nri-~1~~' FOundlt10i1--:li"15 f;~R11o.r1.:-:c;o·iiarv·a. 1022 Wnthe.mef 5&42meetnig3rdSun1rternoon1 W•l1y1nF1t1owsh•~ ~co-.o;,;--..:-rt.-Auoc~ =::::::. ~~71:1-:tival. 100-1100 bk>ck1 ~~Illa 4Cl'IMM--521"'°439 Your dependable, unbiased source of community news in Montrose-the Voice PERSONALS & ANNOUNCEMENTS TENSION EASING MASSAGE Release tension, relax & enjoy full body massage. Call for appoint­ment. Tom, 524-7163 MONTROSE RUMMAGE SALE Featuring glassware, stereo, furni­ture, antiques. clothes, records, books & much more. At 1716-Norfolk this Sat & Sun. only LOVE'S MY NAME- - Oriental, 22, 5'11", 160 lbs., attrac­tive, versatile. Seeking someone to help with job, new life, college. edu­cation. POB 3010, 1713 Westheimer, Houston. TX 77098 FULL BODY MASSAGE Release tension & stress In or out Call for appointment Tom, 524- 7163 HARD CORE CUDDLER GWM, 30s. brown/hazel, 6', 170. affectionate, considerate. non­smoker, sensitive. seeks same for mate or close relattonsh1p. Perter hairy well-built types. Others wel­come also. Serious replies only Please reply: Ad 142-A. c/o Voice RUBDOWN YOUR HOM~ Van. 493-4850, $20 HOT BOOKS, VIDEOTAPES For sale: over 300 books. 30 video films (Beta, VHS) Collecl1bles & recent. Stereo equipment. Records, soundtracks, misc. 2711 Yupon (behind 1340Westheimer), weekend 2-8pm or by appt. 526-9112 YOUNGMAN locked away and lonely in prison seeks a sensitive and compassion­ate correspondent. Please write to me Carl E. Jordon, 352893, Route 4 Box 1100, Rosharon. TX 77538 ~~t, fantasy, f~n-:-wr;tli~ i more SOOmembersnationwide. Info $3: NYWC, 59 W 10th, New York, NY 10011. MONTROSE VOICE CLASSIFIED RATES Advertising rate: a $2 for up to three bold words and a 30¢ for each remain­ing word In regular type. Total minimum charge per ad $3. There are no other rates. Advertisers who wish something different should consider running a display advertisement. a Deadline for all advertising Is 5:30pm Tue~y for newspaper released mtd-day Friday a Blind box numbers can be assigned for _$3 each week the ad Is ~un and all responses will be forwarded to you by mail or picked up at our office. a Deduct 151t4 if you run thesamead4weeks or more and pay for the full run in advance. a Bring or mail your Montrose Voice Classified to 3317 Montrose #204, Houston, TX 77006 Use this form or blank sheet of paper NumttM of 1tHkt Ml " to "'" Amoum encJoud Cllecll 0 M'~ Ol'del D Cash 1nol bf rri••IJ 0 \.'IS.A. th•tpe 0 MurerCard c:h.,-ge t;JedflC:.a«I• TENSION EASING MASSAGE Licensed, certified, in or out Phone for appointment. Chase, 527-0S76 'Montrose Live' each week in the Voice is your guide to Montrose entertainment The Voice has more news, more Houston readers, more Houston advertising Gary Larson's Cartoons­Exclusive in Houston in the Voice Randy Alfred's 'Dateline S.F.; twice a month only in the Voice PRIVATE GAY CLUBS i'Ciu-bHou1tOn8a1ha--22<>5Fann1n-M9-499fl ~~~-Ou.rter -TtMN1er=-m1 LoU;t..ina - e M1cttoWn; $-p;'-3100 Fannin·-522·2379 ~ -2iiii-Ge""nellee--52S::6235 RESTAURANTS i8a1a·•-'°2L ~ett--521="9e66 e Chapult•pec-a13AtChm0nd-52~00 iF-;;r;k1il=Mon1ro .. 11 -w •• 1ne1mer:...-5s= _, ... ____ ----- -~- - • Gyro Gyroa Sandw•cl'I Shop-1538 Wealhetmer-52M855 e HouMOl~-----;;-rr.~21=3a1e-­eHouNolSh~ 2Ma7.~ ~---------- • 9'ers-1303WMtM1mer--5~ e atd Houaton D•nef-914 w ... ice~sa .... 2311 ~­• PertJ"•-Atef'lmond at l<•rtly-!§24-0075 eRaecM-2702 k1rt1y-S24--&272 ~ • SpuO-U·Like-418W.lhe1mer~520-055' ~ilNorloik-5~--~ ~t:: ~~??~~~ w.sl~~-5n- SERVICES, ETC. AMWAY PRODUCTS MEAN quality-& personal service_ Try us & see_ Phone Kent Naasz 520-6541 (M-F 5-7pm). Gene at 859-0418 any­l1me. Hank at (W) 529-7525 or (H) 523-6598. Tnsh & PhylllS at 723- 8368 ~neuExchang..,_3307R•chrnond-524· ~/3-0.~sco·1 Hatr O.ogn-901 Roetirnond­:.~~? e':*' HOUM lodging 1CMI Avort­::';' g~er BeautySchool 327W•tn.imer-f,~ nd• Hu Duign-906 WntheitMt--527· • L•onelHairOe&ign 3220Y~um 52&-449' ~1roseHairO.S1gn 1004C&111or;,-a--S22- ~p;pe;:.3317~«it;oM e Ne.nown Garage-1901 Tart-523-27e:c­:~ 5~~- m~az•M-3317 Mo;irc:iM :::t::.~~~~en. mail bcoi:n-1713 :~~rBarberStlop--215'Pon.tnoutl'I_: ~~;~~-b~~~. !'!~r:ia1 SHOPS & STORES GRAND OPENING SALE Antiques & Such, 371 S Mt. Vernon at Alabama. From 11am to 8pm daily except Mon. & Tues., starting Wed., July 13 521-9117 =Star ~-1407 Richmo';;d-52s= ByTycbo There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice e Anltque Con"l9f 1921 W•thaimer 522-fl087 e A1y1urn Adutl Boohtor.-1201 Richmond e 9aUPar11AdultBooka10f9-1SJOWAlabama ~tNrr9b Liquors 2038 WellM•IMt 526- ~ner'a Adult News 240Westl'lelfnet 52S: • Oo'-lbtliv~Joriel.theManholeclotl'long 1983" W Gray-522-~1009~~~~~ ~Wrt--;..t Records-2117 R>ehmonct-523- e o;;m.nki'O.Jts--3224Yoallum-529-5457 i(i;a.::>elynn Boou-7().t Feof'\o.-W-522-7895 i(i;"Mc;ng;P!._..-1,11We11Nimer.....SJO-Otl8 e K1rby Newstand-3115 kwby-520-024tl ~~7~; Leelhef' Goodl-912 WM1heimet-- :1~5o El'lgl1•h°Fum1tu~1138 W Gr9)'·-521· :rt:::k~~~~08WS ::=-524· iTLC---«>iWA1.bam.~ ~iO.tJ~ cio1f'l1ng-1212w .. tn..,._-521- :,~01~ff:~~;1•rn1L .. 1her- -BAB .• 2400 e W.9ihe.~33WeSthe."1er t:~~;,;-., Wt.r~w.~ ~~~:St•in~~7- Fortunes F0< Friday •V911mf1. July 15. 1983. through Ffldly fW•ning. July 22. 1Q83 ARIES- Think twice! Something that looks Ilka an offer you can't refuse, or someone who looks like a perfect ten could be just what you don't need You don't have to develop a full-blown paranoia, but be more cautious than usual. Don't take the batt TAURUS-While everyone else is pl•nning vacations and trips, you'll be more than satisfied to stay home. In your unusual calm and peacefulness, small everyday things will give you great pleasure and joy Ferdinand the bull stops to smell the roses! Life is beautiful GEMINI-Last week you were showing someone else how to do 1t, but this week, someone's showing you. In trying too hard to be everything you want. this person may put you off. But is too much really too much? Communicating with an old friend will put you back on course CANCER-In your a1gn this week: Mars and the Sun. In the serarch for tha~ perfect lover, you keep on running into yourself. Self-discovery? While you l_earn some things you d?n·t really want to know, in the long run you gam a lot. Becomm1ng a bigger and better person isn't always easy ESCORTS MODELS MASSEURS LEO-In your Sign this week.· Mercury Something weird and we do care enough to send the very wonderful comes right at you from a most unlikely place. There's no way best_ 524-9511. Major credit cards to plan for or expect who or what it is. but wowee and wahoo'Whatkind honored of love is this? You're going to love it, whatever It is that's for sure --uPtiOLSTERY SERVICE VIRGO-Venus IS in Virgo •I lhlS limo. That little thing on the side Repair or complelely rebuild. Free keeps growing larger all the time. You just can't keep your mind off the estimates, house calls. No job too current attraction, as it becomes a real distraction from what should be small 5211-2302. important to you like a silly song you can't help singing, it's forgettable AEROBIC ROWING MAciiiNES" but cute. Finest avall1ble. Delivered to your LIBRA-lnyoursign1/lwsek:Pluto1ndSaturn. Passsingthrough:the home or office. $375. 521-1382 Moon, until Sunday evening Relief from the confusion that started off ROBAJRES HOME SERVICE :~: ~p~~~ha~~~!~~~!"p~~~~~~~~,~~~ds~i~~~::~'t":~~: ~~:~·t~~= :f!~~=·tW~ot':v~~~:~i~~-u~~~~~ you to a higher place mentlitforaqueen.Ca11Bobat520- SCORPIO-The Moon passes through Scorpio Sunday evening to 5777 while we work Tuesday afternoon. You've put away your magic stmger and you have JOHN'S TRUCKING - ~a~tmwo::ks~~e~~~ :~~:~~~~tl~g;~~;!~~ ~~~t~~~~::~~et~:.~~ ~~~t moving. trash hauling 524- got a Jot to give. and those around you will do more than appreciate 1t MONTROSE PIANO INSTRUCTION Beginners thru advanced, specializ­ing in adult beginners Teacher has BM in keyboard Lessons scheduled at your convenience_ Cati 520-6563 before 10pm RELAX & ENJOY the Bodyworks massge. Evenmgs and weekends Call Bill, 526-2470 Gift certificates available BODY MASSAGE Alcohol rubs_ Coconut butter mas­sages. In or out Call John Owens after 1pm, 520-6650 1 SAGITTARIUS-In your sign all week: Jupiter. Uranus and Neptune The Moon will pass through from Tuesday afternoon to early next Friday mormng. the 22nd. Put on your trav~ling shoes and shuffle off to-well, maybe not Buffalo. but you won't have to go far to get a thnll of adventure. You've been longing for 1t. so if you can·t get out of town. let your mind do the travelling A good fantasy, couldn't hurt CAPRICORN-The Moon wlll enter Capncorn next Friday mornmg. the 22nd. Let your intuitive, feminine, yielding side guide you through this time of decisions. You can continue to stand at the crossroads, and you've got to be able to trust yourself before you choose your turn Mechtate on what's central to you. and most important. AQUARIUS-Forming a business partnership should be done with as much care and understanding as a romantic one The details are different. but the same rules apply This is a good time for 1oint ventures You can give a lot PISCES-Old friends and close re1tiv .. wlll benefit from your deep, deep love. You·re able to reveal very part of yourself to those you're really close to. and that allows them to do the same. The past enters into the present in a very beau!Jlu! way • Sl()t..iEWALl.FEAtiJRESSVND Alt 28 MONTROSE VOICE I JULY 15, 1983 N W + E s WELCH - ~ 2700 ~ FAIRVIEW > "~' WESTHEIMEA l?ISI\~ EUSl~ISS - TlJAM WEEKLY SHOW TIMES Wednesday 8:30pm With 1 /2 Price Well Drinks All Night Friday 8:30pm & 11pm Saturday 8:30pm & 11pm Sunday 8:30pm Call for Information Tickets Available at the Door TALENT NIGHT EVERY TUESDAY 1st Place-$100 2nd Place-$50 2700 Albany Open 7pm til 2am (Call 528-3611) 50¢ DRAFT ALL NIGHT NO THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!!
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