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Title Montrose Voice, No. 452, June 23, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 23, 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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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE THElllEWSPAPE OfMlNTRC5-EC(om1su111i:glJ1 ialiingQ. ,..., FRIDAY ne23.1989CISSUE452 Suspect sought in Montrose murder Houston polt ara ieakong he:.,> m odent•ly• ig and tocati~ a IU9-­peel 1n the murder ol a Montrose resicleflt on Fnday. June 16 rhe 1utpec1. who has useo the hrst name Kenneth. is described aa a"· • year·Old white male. appro~1mately 6 leet 1. and wa1gh1ng abOut 150 pounds, with blonde. curly haor and blue eyes. Pohcesai ~he al so has a pale compleiuon and an ··anemic·· look and may have a cu on hos left arm. They believe his mother loves on the Humble area The body ol Eugene Lafoy. 48, was discovered about 3.00 p m at hos home .n the 1300 block of Taft The suspect 1s rumored to have lived with Lafoy for several day• prior to the stabbmg death and may at10 be a suspect 1n other Montrose area murders. Anyor.e with 1nformat•on about the 1dent<ty or whereabouts of the au11)kt i.a asked to phone HPD Homicide dtv1s1on at 247-5411 Asner Answer To Democracy Activist actor Ed Asner praised the Chinese students m their struggle for freedom but said Americans may need a refresher course in de­mocracy. Asner was in Boston last Saturday to give the commencement address at North­eastern University's graduation services in Boston, praising the "courage and sacnflce" of tile Chinesademonstrators. But Asner criti ..... cized America's sagging "moral infrastructure" and questioned why citizens of the United States. with so much more experi­ence at democracy, seem to becoming "more fractured and factious with each passing day~' Asner's daughter, Liza, was among the 4,000-member graduating class at Northeast­ern. He and actress Liv Ullmann were among five honorary degree rec1p1ents JW91 t l•gr I() ~ 68, AJW1 ab<)ut 75 NAMES, Colt 45s dominate the Pride Awards s II h < ()Ii~: r-.; •~ton" ... \ ~AMES J''O loulil m nd h1· ( t ~ w ~ undtip trbly he "'·lllk 111.·ay w1mwr1 at Satur· d v'a I'-i(" Awards err~·ruuny, apon110..-d by Mctmpo1Lt1m Con mu.nity ( 'h Jr1:h und ,\Ion troll(' Ac. h\' 7 (' -it.er. fh• ~AMES Pn ;ectre- veaaw rdainlwoo•the 1ix m'!jo c f'g1nea. Most( ut at4nding rvent ar d t' xpandlna l'nde ar:~ l' rlo 'fill n<:l:ing He­}: id Our Comm• n ty. t th !1 n· q1et, Mid Saturd1y n Kht, .rune '7 tlhecityMulti s, VIC'f'<~n er on \\t'lll limy. The ('ulta, wh> 111'..fh-d 11 o:aah har d1 ring the t•v .. nt, garn~·r .... t IW•• h n r11be m1·ntion plaqm'tl on addition l< winnma tht• main uw11rd in th Alll::->S<T\liet•r tqury. llw award ;ir c,m-,,uni y S.• . ccOrgunzutio w Utoth f\.t, nlrokl'lmil'.W 11 thedim a f1 "lllt'r ex1-t·ut1ve 1hrcctor. thr 11 o"' A•il>tte w hu101•d u hia loH•r; Gurnso Smith The (h ""8.ndlng Busin• ... uw rd was presl'n rd II th1· H• zus lliverBo le:n. low1: Outlltar.~inA" Event. the 19AA(;u)' l..esh1 n l'ndt• l'11rad1 EJ1p>nc1n1 !'ride 11nd l:ndt.T­• l.!lndinl{, the CJll IGs; AIJ)S Community Sl·r\llct' Orl(aniza tion. the Colt 4511; Hu1inee11. U)HO; 1rnd Individual, Marion Colt-man The award11 wen· det1gnt'd to hunur indi\·idualt, orjfatuzatlu :ui ondbusin-.eainHouatunf:r 1· ceNional ...,. .• er, cummitment and leadnt.hip m the Houton fl'.8) and labian <'nmmunil)'. aie­rording to the eveni'1 1ponaora, .. ·ho intt'nd UJ make it an annual Gay and Les:bian Prid• Week tra­dition. The award recipten~ wt"re 11electt'd by mean11 o! a rommuni· t)·balk>t Keynuteapeaktt for the cerem<>­ny wu the He\_ Truy l'erry, luund e• of the Me1ropolitlln C<>mmuni Chltteh. wM "'°U.. ~n.­lutwn oft he gay right11 m•)\lement and gay pride over thf" pa11t :J.l'.J A few pit·keteni from two organ izatiunl, Houston Ga~· Athela~ and AJDS Coalition W Unleaah Power. demom;trated outtiidl• the Multi-Service- Center'1 parkinA" entrance- dunng thf" <'E'r1•mony Thr pil'keteni prutt'lltt-d the fa(1 that aome ol the admiuion pr& cft'da would go to a rehgwus or· ganizatiun. M(TR Stonewall memories generate musical extravaganza this Saturday By DAN PUGH tenor sax for the Band The Montl'Olll' Voi~ The concert will be held at Saturdaynightwaaneverany the new Metropolitan Multi· more flamboyant or hoister· Service Center, 1475 West ous than it will be this week Gray, at 8;00 p.m. June 24 end as comedians and musi· Seating will be cabaret style cians from Houston and Dal· with party decorations ofbal ~:nt:irn~~e~ ~~~;~~~~~o;;r ~°::~:a. ai:r, ~~~=:~~-ch~°i!t Pride:' pagne will be served through· The Lone Star Symphonic out the evening Band and the Houston Pride San Francisco comedienne Week Committee are co-spon· Sandy Van will serve as mifl· aoring the event to provide tresa of ceremonies. preeent everyone an evening to sit two dynamite segments and back, relax and enjoy an out· provide occasional punctua pouringoffunandlM'naeofac· lion throughout the evening compliahment, according to She ia becoming popular in Connie Moore, .secretary and Houston and is beat known for winninl( the San FrancillC'O Mi81:1 Politirnlly Correct con Wiit for two yean. There is, however, tht> 11ut<picion that asking a comedienne what po­litically corrK·t means is not nt'Ceesarily a good id(>a Expected hil(hlight of the evenini( will be the Lone Star Symphonic Hand and Oak Lawn Symphonil· Band play· ing in (•omhined concert. Thia will be a ran• opportunity to hear their higg('al big band 110und11. The well known Montroae !:'ini(enl will also Join in the fun, accordiniC to co-11pokee­mt'n Beau Cain and Jeff Cothran. Thia JCl'OUP frequent­ly join• the I ,i;ine Star Band for joint concerts. St'veral 11kit1 will be pret1ent­l'd by thl' outrageoualy funny mu11ical Warn of Romanov11ky and Phillipa. They have be­come popular playing in many Houston art>a club8 in r{'('ent yean. A pounding performance al· so will be iciven by the Muntro11e ClngKers, providin(t' dancing in the Appalachian folk 11tyle. Their characteristic clogging 1ound is catching on acroa the country Til-kt>ts are availablt- for $10 at Say Chenc. Inklings, Printex Plua or Houae ofCole­man. Tht')' are also &\'ailable at lht> door for $12. Call 523- 2575 for additional infonna tlon TM HM f Ru,..."° d) and Phil.lip. "ill ~tn1tlin at .\tonC"" "' .'tfrmoria. All Ewnill#l of P~w Female impersonator helps sell Subarus PORTLAND. Ore (UPI)· Female impersonator Daroelle:'ownerofoneol Portland's most popular night spots. 1s le21•u~ed ma telev1s1on commercial for Northwest Subaru Inc which was scheduled to aor Thursday on 10states The commercial 11a1paof (If the saying that -the opera eont over until the fat lady sings: said a spokesman tor Osborn & Auoaates. which hired Tyeto P1i>duct1ons to make the commercial Darcel le. whose real nama 1s Walter Cole. dons• wag· neroan helmet for the part The commercial enas u Oarceliebeg•nstosong we·ve a1waysdoes things ahltled•fferent1y:·sa1d8ob Osborn. head ol the adver-hs• ngagency Cole is owner of the DarcelleXVnightctub.a showcase for female imper- We're working to bring you a real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. Gays under Glasnost: Still a long ways to go Klansman to speak at Aryan ~By BILL STRl'HlU: convention ~ Th• Montrv~c v~ i;; A. twilight dim11 to ~.darkneu •nd tht'tUW'· a111t.andramiliHrf't11m iC home,thtpark m front ... of th• Holftlhoi Thtattt wJi]Ja,.·1thlon•andnerv 9m111 men lmt.ttin1n•ar !?tht f011ntain.•1tUngon UJthe benchs-all of ~ ~t=- Y~~~=i~!n i~~:· z ~igner jean•. bu8mt> .. ~men.1M"vtralofficen1m full m1htary uniform Nan! out on tht prowl The men •PIX'•r pni dentlycautiou•a.they be1rm anolhtr evt'nm,­ofcrui& mlmth .. htan ofMcoarow M1chaelworkaintht thNiter, Alrxandn .. a clnthn d•ian.r Both ar•intheirm1d·thirt1N and Aluandn p dt· vol'Cfd Toll'tlher tht 1 .. -0 fnt>n.U painted a rnmpiaurt1.>f1•yhf• ._ in the naUon'a capitol. 'Thf.BolahO!URedtob<> the main 111"11nar rround. but m r... cent ytar11 tht> ''hooh1an1" hav• gotu-nthtupperh11nd.Theyoungtr, nio. loolung men hang (Hit in ~m11ll groups.On<'willlun-anold .. r1en llemanofftoaparkor•idt'11trttL mutrh him up and rob him. Thei» lice •how liulee<•n<·ern aa ithel)>I creatl'anatmoapht'rt'thatdi11cour ageagay1 from cimirregatinghere Now we moetly 11tay at hom1•: Up until re-cently, homOtlexuali ty-con1ideredaproductorthed~ cadentWe.t-offinallydidnotex i1u in th .. Snviet Union. Jtwaa11m plyanotheroneofthemanynat1on al taboo topil'S. Likt' many other 1ubiecufordiK\lalion.ho~xu ality and M'x wt're,and•till Att.on th1;: Soviet verbott'n li111. toil)fe1ally inmixedcompen)·.St'xed1tut1oni. rudimentary at ~I in .chool1 and virtually noUungcndible in wnt ing ex111ted on tht' .ub)eet Recently a wrllknown 90Cii,Jc,~ 1..., Kon'• boc>k ""Introduction l(I St-11.olon'" waa rrleaaed for public n-.dmg aftn a drcada 11f Ct'n110r 11h1plnl9!-i.'l,Konwualaothafir111 authority to pn•m< .. fl:'ali11t1 d1• ~lc•naboutAllJS Aa m many countnt'OI of th<' ¥1·orld,thl'thn-atolAIHSh1111fol'CO' theacknowlt'd11t'ment ofthll"X111t· en.:-. (1f homo ... xual11, and. u about hvm~xuality,theavt'l'lllCtSoviet .ainthe darkabuutAllJS. l 1puntil pow, manySovit't>1pt1tentlyden ... d thateithl'rl"Xi11~inth1·1rmuntry l 're1n1mably tht· numbt·r>iofA[])S ~ue. in the USSK111atill11mall. hut • tiekmg time bomb. rond•1m$ &rl' winually unavailable and th0t<t lhatart'.areunrtliahl ... dillM'mina t:~~ ~! ~~~,::~d:;~l~t't~~· ui:<:~r"~~ l1rug1 1.a 11 mu,·h huxn problrm lhanac·knowl.dged It Up until theoffallol 19!"11<,1uch Jow numbrn U till l(I 10 CUN of ~JDS were q11ott'd. and thr alllh<Ti p ... Wei'\' q11ick tu arld that 1t waa t:I011th all foreixn •tudt'nt..-bl•ek t;c;:•~I•~; ~;:~~:~;nln~.~ I ~!«. thr M<»cow prNars ran an ar fid,.aboutthefintw-knowlt'dged. fl.IDS dee.th;• ft'm•le pr<»titut.f. A ~r~=:~r :~ ~~q~~M~~r)~ werenported Jn the USSR nothing equivalent totheAmt'rieanconceptof1ayooa­munityu11u- gay und~orldprr h•pi1beatdescribeathe1ituation Th<'lfBY ub-culturei•riddled.with KGB and mformen who u1e their information forpurpoee11ofblack mailandinducingotherhom08l'xu al1 w inform on frienda andcon tacu. Suspicion iarife. fear und("r· lieeevery potentialtry11t. Thereal"l' virtually no ban or ni(l'htcluba. Parka and equaree are frequented. hy(l'ay1inthelar11ercitiet1,but.if the hom<Nlt'xual1 know about the 11pot,sodotheKGB.Hott>l1art'gen erally off.limit.a to Sovit'tcitizen•, andpnvacyathomeU.unlikeh M...,.1ing•andcontact1arelartrely madethrouahgatherinpatprivalt' apartmenta-11alon.-.tabli11hed. d1q.- of tru11ted friend11. Likl' all friendtihi1>1intheSov1etUnlon.l:Je.. c•uesofe"' people can bt'tru1t.ed unul pruvt'noth"""·i.ae,friendiihip. anouauallyinl.t'ru1e,~i""•f· fain1,likel)· wb..11mutheringtotlw averaae American-e\'·en more so in thegayt'l;>mmumty whl'retht'rt muchmortat11talie:jo .. noputatmn, poaaibkimpri11onml'nl Alarxepercentageofxay pl'<.lp\._. arrorwer.-married.andhave-<·h1ld rt'n off.heir own. Marriaj{e ia thl' m•,.t viahlt'wayout. Evtn 1fadi· \'Ol'<W follo¥t~ 1hortly thl'rraftt'r, a wt'ddml{ringprovid""thl'n<"Cmalll' yfaeadt:'tofunctioninthe11oci1·tyat larl("eandi11al11uawayofohtam1nlf anapartmentawayfromone'apar e-nl>I. (Singleyounx pel'iple are [0¥1· on the houHing priurity hat.• Thi• fll/<•UMe may lim:i"'· ofthepartnt'r"I prudiviliea or might even be (l'ay him ht'r,...lf Michatl'1 apartmt"nt oft (;urky Strl't't iaan unusually larlfr place; five roum11 but onl)· twoofwhu·h ¥t't'l'tfurniiiht'd. 11''ivefamilil'9ju1t moved. re-loc-attd to nrw apart­ml'nU in thl'suburba. Photoiicut frum a French film m&j(&iine adorned th<' walls; Bndget !Jardot, Yvt'OI Montonde, Simone S1j(nore Aluminum can1 with w~m bee:' and soda pop labels ·ined the ¥1·1n· do¥t·aill Michael n1d. • ~!y dream fllntuy illWfollowinthefooU.l.t'J>IOfM'ver al of my friend• who havt' manaaed Sample Life~· condorils. Freel LifeStyles announc~ its new range of condoms with this exciting free introductory trial offer! From Ultra Sensitive and Vibra· Ribbed to Extra Strength, never before has one condom brand offered such a full range. And for a limited time onlt, LifeS~les will send ~~~fr~~cerof ~g~~ valuabk coupons ~ch can be used in nei~hborhood stores across Amen ca. mn to many a foreign woman Md move awa)· :Sew Yorker• and l'ariaiana;· hr hu11(hed, Mare on top ofthepn>ferenceliat" Aln.ander lamented. MEve-n f\;e­itT<- in your country aretrt'ated bf.tl.t'r than w• are here. At leut they have a chance to work their wayup.llere¥t·ehavtnothmg" Rua11a"111>rt>·revolutwnary upper and noble da111 wu nft with homo­kxual a<·tivity. Ivan the Terrible. though marri@d numrrou1 timea. wu attra<·ted to young mtn per forming.ectuctivedance. in worn en'1doth•.The-h1xhlykxedPeter thr Great wa11 known totake .. t dieni ubtodcumpeniun1, 1ndhad an intimate relationMh1p with Alu ander Mt'n.,hiko•· whoroH in the rank1 frODl baker'• boy to cou11 pnm:·~ Memmr• or Printtia11 Uuhkova. 11 nobi.t'w .. mlln who httJJ)l'd C•th•ine the Great o•·l'I' thrm• hn hiutumd. l'e'ler Ill. hmt at 11 rrl•l.ion.hip brtwf't'l'l tht twofa­m0111 w·omen. Thou"h not gay him aelf. Aln.imd.- J>uahli1n knt>wand appro•edofhi1d0Mfrimd1gayr ... lntioruihiμ.. Th ... n•lf'brated C<'l1lpo&­tt. l'l't« Tchaikov1ky, waa gay, u wa1 Go1ul. thoUMh ht' llptnt hi1 ,..holelift'denying1tuntilhi11con ft'Mion flt alft' •:1 Anna Ytvremova, tht' firMI Kuuum wvman l.o bl' 11wardedLl. l l.11ndlwrlowr.Maria l'"yodnruva.editedoneofthefinf'tll lilt'n1ryjourn11lllofth1· ll'\M(l"11. •·The Northl'tnllt"r11ld" lnl!IOU.ther1•lativtly1·nh11hten 1-d play ""Alma:'wrill('n by Nikolai MinMky.uploro:dthe~upp.-ivnof ft'malt' 11exu111ity in a mal~dummal ed world,w1tha11ympatheli<·view toward• lubiani•m. M1k11il KuZ1m1n'1 and Nikolai Kliu1·v'• unabashedlyjl'.a)·wntmjl'.s.honored and appre-ci11t«i in pr..--revoluticm •i.r)'til'Ql'S,ht'lpt'dthl'fl'IJlalnfl:'pULll· 1ioU111110nj1'.th"oth.-briUiantpo­e .. of thar time. Hy the mi:! l9;:.'ll"1 thetr ¥1•l?'ll.IWt'rt'h.nJl('d The ad•·11n<• for human right.am thebriefhberalperiodafterthe~· oution Wl'l't'obhttrateddunn• the rl'igno1Stalm.lnth .. winlt'ro'19:M inthelarll'ttcitie11ofM,>IK'<>¥1".0d ... n. l..mmirrad and Kharko\'·, nu mer - we-U-knC>wn 1<·10111. muMicians, and 1rt11t>i Wef\'•ccua..d ofbemg m volvl'dinhon:1oaexualactiv1ti•and --·-----...-.-- arrftlted. Many were 1mpril<lned and lent to uilf' m ~ibt'ria. Amon1 them wu Yuri Yurkun. • writtt and •T1iltandKuzimin"1lover. Shortly afterwards. Stalin"• 1m· plementation of article 154 of the Criminal Code punillhed homOH:llU· al• from three l(I ei1ht years. The law only applied to men. and le.bianism wa1 technically legal The Stalin purge. killed 1000'1 of identifiable homo.exual1. Ourin1 theKhrushevyeaniartiele!Mwas replace with article 121 which elimi· natedthemimmumaentence. Sovietcitizrns1till1ufferthehor roni, deprivations and 1ufferingof incarceration1implyforthef1ctof their ... sualorientation.Olt'J.•!l.- 8pectacled. 1ligh1 man with• new rrowth of beard oovt'l'lnl hia JBW. hubeenmcal'OPl'atedanumberof timea. The longe11t pnaon term had been for II 2yeareinl91'.),0unng Andrei·, aenl.t'nce he esperienced manyfoflll8ofphy•icalandmental abuae. He deecribed how hf' wu lt:rangled ¥t·ith a to,..el. f\'pt&tedly broughlt.othepointofb\a,.kmgout. depri\'·ed oflll"l'p for three werk11, foroedintoacoldconcrelt'et>llwith out windows or blanket.I. ··in pria· on,gayearetreatedtht"wonct Tht'y art' humiliated in difft'rent. cni,.J way1.Theymaynott'Btatthetable, oru ... utenMil11. l have11et"nthemnot allowed toeiton a bed. but on the h>orQD]y~· • Cu1Tently there is11eriou1diMcu11- sion in the USSR of ret1eindmg the anti·1aylawe.EvenifhomOt1uuali tybecomealegal.publicattitudea­particularly inthebackla.hoffoar from AIDS-will be s\o,.. m chang '"• All"X11ndl'r11&id.""forM1lonx.ho-moeuuality waa newr diacusllt'd lnthillcountry.il.l!lalway1beenl)l'I" mi .... ible t.ohavr1am .. arx cun!Bd in publi<:-andprivate.ll"aentirelycom montoaeetwoa(lldieniinuniform w1llr.in1 do"'n a t1t!'H't with a.nn1 linked. or a groupofgirll holdinll" handa. Men give eac-h othn hvg1 and U- on thr cherk1, pet bt'hinda.holdonWeachotht'l',8lttp inthenmebedorlt'nttoj:etherlna way, people"• ignoranc. made il nfeforua.Butnoweveryonekm.>¥1'1 andtalU ... ehavebecumeaprob­ll'm. And with AID~ pel'>ple.reeven moreafra1dofua The advancement of humlln n1hi. for lllYI a unlikely to receive 1upportfromwithmthe Soviet dis111df'nt com· mvmty. An Aml'l'ican l•b1an 1poke two yeara ... o at a meetin1 of di.taidenu and suageat­ed that freedom to chootleone'11esuahty beincludedintheaaen­da H • baaic human ri1ht. May of the diHidenu expraaed outra1e 1t heraNer tion. "It wu the mOllt controvertial topic of the whole meetina Some of the di.taidenu hold•lrofl8'religiousl:Je.. lief and objected t.o ho­moeuual ri1hu on moral irroundt: nyin1 thin1• like ·How can l•Y• be ok•y if they don"tproctfflte?'Aaci· enllalJotup•ndtallr.ed abouthow1ay1andlea bianah•ddifferenthor moneathannormalpeo­ple And th- att amona the more enliahl.t'ned. Wlttant people in the country!· A Soviet paychiatriat from Mo. cow. (who wiahed l(I have hia name remainundi.tcloeed)uplainedthat homOHxuality ia viewed u perver· sion,anilln-tobecured.Archaic mt"thod•fordi11uadin1 homoeexu al1awayfromtheirproclivity,auch a1forcintrmentowatchheteroeexu­al porn movif!I, are1till in uae. One111yAmericanrelatedthefol lowifl8'BCCOUnt;"J metacoupleof ray men in M()IC()w We returned to theirapartmentandtalkedfor.ev era] hours. They were friendly, en· thu1iutic•boulmeetin1me.When I uked i(we mi1ht llTllnle a mttt· intr the followm1 day with 1<1me of their friend• and aome of mm<'. they became he11itant. They explained that t.o h•ve Americam. and gay on• at that. coming into their houae ¥tould be too dan&en>u1. The nextdaylcalledthnnbackanum· be-I' oft1mf!I but no one answered They had given mt'a bofu• number becau..etheywereafraid." Vt'l'a, a youn1 Soviet ¥tom an with hom..exualleanmp,spokeinfal· tenngEn1li11hl(l('()nveyherstron1 convictions ... lbelieveallpe<Jple 1hould have the righl to be and ex praawhotheyattw1thoutft'ar.Rut 10manySoviet(l'ay•havenoideals "rdrt"am•. Many 11ttm l(I be into drmkmKanddruaM.perha1»1t.ol'fl· cape. For Am("rican11, being gay ia not only 8ex but aleo eomething philosophical. Soviet rays do not want tn bring attention to them aelvea, LU too dMguous. They art'n"tre•dy,orahle.to1tru1gll'for theirnghU .. Appeannginthl'monohthic.rl1fi· mented facade Soviet cukure pr~ IM"nU to thf' out.iidt world. new crackl are appearing. Beneath lie1 the unofficial .cial network of x•Y•tenaciou,lyl"Xiiillngm~ In the face or overwhelming obata· de11. JIBY men atubbornly aurvive m a world of their own and hope for the day that themtiahtenml'ntof Glun••twill 1h1neon tht'mtooand leuen their fear: Michael Aid. RI hope that thelawl'l!ail.)·iagoin1to bechanJl"ed.Jt.,.,.illbethebeginnin& of10meth1n1newforut1.butl"lll:Je.. lieveitwhenl-il" COEUR 0 ALENE. Idaho (UPIJ-Tl'le wMa 1uprern1- c1s1 Ary1n N1hon1 Church taodJune l61tsannu1l'Ary1n Nahonal Congrns· will be hflldJuly14-161ndw1llm­clude speechn by Ku Klull Klanlesder• The Aryan Ne1ton1 drew wide crol1c1sm tr om Northwnt govarnmen1andctv1I r1ghlt leader1!orhost1ng1conven- 11onforyoungv101ence-prone akmheadsmAprol.1ndpro-­lestersl1rou! numbefadlhe neo-Naz11 ButAryanleaderR1ch1rd ButlervowadlOkeephold1ng suchgs1her1ng1andd11pu1u sugguhon• h11gr01Jp11 un­wanted m 1hf11rea •nd lh01Jld Klan leader• Lo1.u1 Beam ol Texas. S!anley McCullom ol Al1bam1. Thom Robb ol Ar­k1nsas •nd John Aou T•ylor ofCan1d1w•ll•peak1ltheJu- 1y convenhon. the church 1n rura1KooteruuCoonlyn•d Weu1urnethe1aw11Jbe federal and Anh·Delam11oon Leagueagentson1ttendance. •nd Kootenai County Sheriff• ott1c111s posing as news r• portar9. so conduct yoorHll 1ccord1ng1y:·1hechurchNy1 mmv1tatoonstotheeven1 We're working to bring you a real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. DINER'S NEWS .-.00/t Bookstor~ & Arcadt- 240 \Ves~mer ~U-'16.l'I OPEN 241-KJURS Over 3000 Videos to Choose From Huge Magaztt & ~tty MAG. "A'"N"D"" V' JDEO ~LE NOW IN PROGRESS lhlrrrww~F....-UWll A II Bills Paid Owner Managed $250 R ebate on Selected Units (limited time only) Come See TheNew ... ~ QKEEHWAY PLACE 3333Cummins 611-1034 The Montror--:-1 Voice HOI '•TOf.I TEJ<A$ ISSUE4!... FA1UAY.JU .. £2Jtlll9 Publ~s~:iays G:ommunitv Jlubli1~ing (ompan'll Try them now ... send for your free LlfeStyles Sampler today. Ufe5t)1es' from Amell' AMERICA'S I I CCXliDOM COMPAAY 408 Avondale H01Jston. TX 17006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Con!...UcopJ•'9h, .. ~hours 9•m_:_6~ Hanryl>lcC!urg---­Sl<~ F.ik-<>lk•- A>ellllrdW-.:..=~~!anT-SUBSCR• PTIONS !113)52$-8'90 ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTl.!ENT (713)~8'90 Jarry,,.uot1olla""-'"""­D•,. dCNpmoln«-••-,.• W•SMligar-••oc- NGTII.'F releases pate crimes data., 'alarmingly widespread.' trend Clements signs AIDS funding law ..,CLin0'11111I.L ,,,.,.,.._" W.&sJIDl'CnO•, D.0.-Tba •a­timw. OQ & 1-bi.aa 'IMkForoe (lrG~ iMue4 tta umaaJ. ~ call. to Ul• aat1on .J"lme 7, -me the re:i­of ita .UU-OQ VioJ.e:nce, vto­, t1. m..i.u.t.i.o.l. .& Delamat1on in ~report U OW' amual ~calltotheAJllericall ~. topa.blloott1ciala,totllll media, to tMl:hen-4 toclerfJ':' etat<ed.Jtevin.Berrill,lnllll'l'.&n· ti·Viotaoe Project~ "n U OW' remin4er to ULe nation that tlLll pri.oe of anU-tq bJ&at­~ U paid. in human Une loet an4 in Uiuneuurable nffutna; for Ulenctt.m., theirlon4onae an4 OW' entire; oommuni~ .a. record total of 7IM8 lnd· 4enta of ami..,.,. rio1- and ~ - reported in 19M, an t.acruM of MO n­portll- or :s perced;-over lhll ~J'Mr'•aumllen. Tlwl1Nem.qai.oiacl114ae lm~loollal:rio­lenoe and bar-... 41rect.4 al:W~V-1-Mid.Mlltro­polltan COamall.niV Churcbee .a.n.d. .w.. and 1-bi.an campg..9 Tba marked~ a.rri.ll M79, mq or mq aotbe u. lndi­cation of. r1H in anU..,.,. rio­i. noe :nationwid.e. But either ...,,., he notee, the numben are ~the tip oftllll proverbial ... _. "ThU report u. not cla1m to -...un the f'lall~ of&Jdi­w YioleDce and.~ that occarn4 1.-,...;" Jul na­ed. "Wlt.bo1l\~the-­--.) orityof-U-cq~tn lN8W9"DOtotramed.. - Ware­& u'4 uw nporl: - • 'aDQ9bot' of u... problnll, a plc:tun wb.ich ill not complete y9': 1' ...tTlA GIOGCh to 4Wna7 and. ou.tnc• AJQ' penoll of OODKimUle!' 41Ald.1n the llenaW, bowner,be to • i..t: mimlt.e "9iCdo tlom. la.. "'"- x.i- C&-•.o.) . .Ai:~ the BouM bW 1' ~--oomaiti.IO­tio: n.ialateil"lm9.'f'M--­,.... Joaottbebill,~bJ' a.a..bal.81-.(D-Ill.),isnow belaC hel4 11.p bJ' lo~ wbo are O.~ a YOl9 on the b1ll umn \MT hn9 enoUCh ~­d. at .. t an ~ Keim. ~tothe'bilL The DOD·btnd.b:IC 'l'a Ulp OOIUltu the nat1onal pro bl.nil, lllCtivt.u an iww loolr:­btC toward the pouible ~·of the KaW Cr&m.~..A.c$,a federal ~which •atlonal G11 Oomm11Jlit1 •ott1 woQ.14 manm.t. the .iu.­uo. Departmem to 001- 1-=t natiatica OD cr1- :moti....wd. b)' biu bued. ..__ofthellenae" a.men411lent .oa14 pa.tthea.nateon.reo­ord. u beiDC~ ewr P'IMJnC a bW bumJ.nC anU....,-4,U.. orlm.lAaUoni _.. _... _ OD raoll1 nlJ'1oit ftlm.lc­lty or MX\loa1 oricmta- """- Ca4riclr. Haadriclu, a lpok~ for ...._ John ~(J).Detroit.,llich.),the bW .. lead.BlnLMQOUOr,opened that Wecm.dq pr.- oonfv- -· '"Whanl~lhll- ~ in lN'r,' RaM4 ~ina~r'MdbJ" Khldrlcb, "I-- to ftnd.1' the tart-' of ~VbJ" •-· bns •bo 414 DOl wtah to ... .p.r.o.r.i.a.l.o.n, of anU....,-11.aM crime I.Mt; 7Mr tlLll bill irarrind. two attempt.9 to~ tlLll bill .. "MXUal ori.mation• prorialo• topamb)"ancrnrwhal..mJ..DCma­JoriV in th• 11oua. T1wl bill ofstaWeodoDlJ'l.hni bu. pro-W pUUc echool curr1a\Ja; and 4ecl&re the bomoeca'Ual ---'! • thnal:tothe~falDJJ.J'!' .&i.olDlhllpr.e confer.-in the Dirbcm llenate omoe lta.ll4hlC - ClawUa---. whoN ln'9r .. beoca wi,ht .­- ll:i"lle4" in'1 a 11N8. ~ on the "Bettin Jlq 13, 1888 I be- U....-that .. ,•1-'bl--,OOllld. be hurt or .11.arMNd," ehe -14. "With word.I, --l1kel7; mlQ'· be with-force il'UlinpjOt; wt of hand.. .• .I 414 not oona14a brutal murdar born of hstn4 aD4 l.ponnoe. Wobod;J' ~ hawtowonyaboutbrut.almur­der. I 414a'1:. I U.....O. m.y life, RE5ULT5 BETTER LAUJilS & Add1t1onal services available soon GARDEilS -Lawn Maintenance -Carpet Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape - Lawn Care - Tree Service c1 .. 60" PEST CONTROL 223-4000 CLUB BODY Free Estimates Best Prices s23 .. LAlDil CENTER 2205 FANNIN 713-659-4998 Last chance thru June 24: 1 /2 Price Memberships FRIDAY: Continental Breakfast Sam Free lockers for Members wearing CBC T­Shirts or Shorts Buffet Spm Safe Sex Workshop by AIDS Founda­tion Houston 9pm SATURDAY: Continental Break­fast Sam $5.40 Mini Lockers All Day Cookout 1-3pm Sweet 16 Party­Ice Cream & Cake served 9pm c1-.,, km ~and. .b.c-.m..o.n.l ll;r u-l~allp­eople baPPID*lto -· .AJ:ld kil1e4 ... beoca.lth.Qpe:nedbecsu.ee­.... ~-i..btana:' 'fa MJ:p ~the hate that M1pl fUl ncb att.cb, BerT1l1 .U.0. OD the W an4 1-bian ocmmmn1ty to "'pat OD. noU.09" tboM ~. reu,1ou IMden,pu.blic offtc1Uan4oth· en•hoMP'Lblie~al· leClldQ' ~to whd hit oali.4 - .alu'mhiCl:r wi4-­aprw. 4" epl.4e:mic of b.ste. Burm cited an lnd4ent in wb:lcha Oon:uetlcu.t4ilcjocltey named "Bebutian" stated. that &a7 - sp1"M4 .ADl8 and. 4e- 9P'ncl to be OMtrate4, an... whidL a&q man wt\h.AID8wu Mn&e17~bJ'\h%'M--· •&•r• •ho aho•t•4 that ~mQaquMn•~ .ADl8 an4 dml"t 4-" to Un!' "Th.er. 1'. OOIUlioNUo:D. t. twff• irn~ pu.bUc ~and.Tlolence;'....n- 14 -.rrw. -.rhea lhq call - 'O;rD' and. 'flrao" and ...... ht. the media W9 will bold.~ - ~-Then 1'nominm1.Q' that t. more lllMU"'4 and 4e­..- d.Ut.anthe1-b1u.and.W OODUll1\Dity • .&nil I be11.sft that Ul•l&rl•paftitt.w:ill~-"· fqrio1-. .. u 4ehum.aah.. u.1 it U1:riali.a• oar expertcmce1 an4 it bM to.top!' AUSTIN (UPl)-Gov. Bill Clements l worked late last Sunday to beat a midnight ~ deadline for vetoing or signing into law the ~ 1317 pieces of legislation passed by law- W makers in the regular session that ended in 8 Mey D Although anything unsigned by mid­night would automatically become law, an-y vetoes had to be done Sunday I The governor signed into law more than a 1000 measures June 14, 15 and 16, in­cluding an $18 m1ll1on omnibus AIDS bill to expand treatment programs for those suf­fering the virus and to set up more educa­tion and prevention programs. Next Friday, Gay Pride Week Photo Souvenir Edition. 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Pre-ordn-d<Jtt: July 11, 1989- $79 95 ruggmtd retail pnu ~ MCMLXXX V/11 SandollarProdu<11on.s, f,.,., ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ~------------------------~ ,Gay Games III: One year and counting ~ By BILL ~IRUBBE Arts. Phyaique, Powerhflina. Race :.-: The M<>ntrc.. v........ Walkina. Raequetball. ~ Soft i§ AUi\1•14.1990. m•y-m like afar balJ(f88tlll'ld.alow1.Squaah.S"·1m ii way off. but for thole 1ntendm1 to mm&, Tenna. Touch Football. ~ partmpate m the Celebration ·90 'JTack •nd Field. Triathlon. Walt'r ~ ?:{r~:.~~lnar~:.~~~=~~·=~ ~~=~:;tlin1 '>* ~n11nJulyl!»l9.andtheVan g couverorganii:erw areturrmtJy...,. licitmgarh1tt.perfurmeraandwr1t ~ ~:J:tti~.e cultural Blll)«'UI of the :1 "'l.ikee,·ttyltabianand1ayor • 11ami11t10n I know. tht' Goy Gamn 11111 trym1e to put on a Cad1ll•t •how with the tverprett'nt Volk•wagonbudge1:·1a1dmediaco­ordinotor Barry MrDell l>etipite thrinht-rentbudgetarylim1tat1on11, Vanrouver"•Celebraltun '90 prom i-tobeeven bigger and more 1pectacular than the t"·c1prev10u• 1amea.Apw1ected!WIOOathletN.4 to 5000 athJ .. tea, 4 tu r.ol)() cultural partic1panta. andltll,0001pectaton1 affexpectedtoarriveinBriU.hC~ lombiaforthel'ldayextra~.,anza Amona -.me of the chan(l:et m tl-OreforGGlll is an add1t1t>nofa G~~1Ga:e~e•\;IK>~t' lo!~~: .. 1 :; \'cincmw~r 60)' m.iknt• 11nl<e1pcil•· tM 1990 (lea.)' Go,,_ •port.II heve been added w•le'I' polo, equemtnan.racewalkm11.1olf.mar tialan..1qua11h.badmmllln.tovch football.andcruqut'l C"urlmgand !Ct'llc><·key will bepree .. ntt'duex hibitiontporta. Theffwilll>f"nol'tjlionalf'limina lmn1 or quahfyina: trialll. All prt"­lim1naryandfinalrompetit1< m1are pert of the Game. them11elvet1. Thett it equal act-.,1111 toallt"en!JI formrnandwomen.andthephya1 callychalltnll'edSptt'ialmedalRof honor will be 111vt-n ttJ thOl!le who overt'Qmt·11pec1ol ohto111det1 lo par t1c1pateinthe(iamt"t1. Theuthermiljorchena: .. 1•theem pha.iaonarll•tit·tndeulturala .. pecttoftheet"lebratiun.Many~ plereat·tfodal(am11tth11move,fttl in1that11ayNhavealway>1bet-nm valved and knuwn in thearuand Lhat the Gay Game. wu a ehanc. tocometoM:etheraro11nd><port.i,a field that trad1tiunally many1a}'t havefeltn:dudedfnim. se ... erthe- 1-. the Celebraticm ·90 organ1u-n havelon11bft.n('O,lmn11ttt'dtogivm11 GayGamea III a maj>rculturalem ph88i.I AmonalOQleoftheexcitmgcul· tural eventt 1lr ... dy m the plan mn1 ltq:n: a 1000 member 1nter­nauonal gay andleabianchoru•.• ""Chera or the World"' roukmg event.a boukfair.anmtnnational artll and cral'U fair. photo and art exhibiUon•.vide<J•ndfilmt,IQua~ dane<m1anddn1e11:era.a4:>(Jm .. mber Band.lht'llterproduction•.wr1t(-r"• work•hov-, women'• f'ntt-rtain ml'nt.and11omt"hljl'name,.tara lnoneunu11u11lplan.JeffreyPikl• from 8'."'ton. 111 orjl'anizin1e an evolv1nl(""llont"t"ToureCTo•Amer ica:· Tht'y will 1tart ,.·1th a ~hort ~lffd dance~ in l~>11ton thatjl'l'oWt anddnelopoi1111itiapPrfurmedfrum CJtytoc1ty,CTUUmi1theC"ontin~ntto VanCPu"er- Danl"t' ..... rn join th~ t.roupe alonl( the way and a final performanct'will be11t411Klin\'an OOU\'tt AmajuraOll!fortht'orgamuni.9 to11ttr1oetparuc1pant.1fromoat1id• t-iurthAmttica.A~art'911ltobporta ro<hairMarkMo ... •'•outreachJut nmmn600athl .. tl'8a""expected rr._m Europe. and Au111ralia and Sew i'..Paland arf' tendml{ :l.'>O Ne..·~orthecamet1illbein11•PTE-ad through Sl1'Jth America. paru of • HIGH SP[[D COPYL\G • MULTI PART FOR\1S • C0\1PUTER FOR\15 • FLY£RS • BROCHURES A.ci•. l11rael, and l'Ven the Sovkl L'nion Mary Hroob. the only full tune 1taffpE"raon at the Gay Garen of ficeaaid, "I thinkthelocal1ovem· 1rumtha.'"pondedvt"r;poaiuvely t .. warda the Gamt"e. They 81'1' fort­• iil:hted enough toH<'the va1t l)ONi bd1tiHofthee•l'tltwithf'veryone wnrk1n1 toward• theoommonaood TheGame.willbringinalotofttv t-nuewhich will benefitt»•ery1me~ HonornryUirector.JohnN.Turn tr, mf'mbt>rofParliamentand for mer Prime Mini11ter of Cansda wrolt'. ··J have lonf{ been awan·o[ thtorontributionofthegayandle.· bi.11npopulationtoourcity'1irruwth andvitalityinall...ctor>c AH a for· m...- athl .. ic Comprtltor, I 1uhkril:k­to the IOcial princ1plet1 oi:i which thi. in~mational sporting e\·ent hu bttn built: theapiritofopm· n .. andhonetly.thedt'Znocr&hz.a. tion11f.,thldicend .. a,·orinamateur aporta.andthecon~ptofindut1ion .. opl)OMdtoebtlamandexclut11\·1 ty.J,.·i.1htoendtJ1'Htheo:r1anizen vfCeltbraUc>n'90mtheireffort.1t< enhance our ci1y"• well dPHt'Vf!Ci ~tataonforco..mopolitanh<>11pi· tahty" Tht' 11portin(I \·enue. include Lile cityparb,reereationc.ilt'nl,pul he and private IJC"hool gym11. univer a1ty and college fa<"iliUK. "llh a11 much COn<'<'ntration in thednwn townandWeatt:ndofVanrouveraa ix-1hle Tht'partiripanlllwill behou-i m a~·arwtyofway•.Manyoftht'l(BY r .... id<·olll ,.·ill be hou11mg l(UMl 1billl'tinl().arrangt'mt"nlllhavrbttn made in tht' Univen11ty of BC dor m1uirie11. in block bookinl{a ufh< U>l11. andcampingfarihtiea Thi' 100.000 local 1ray11 and l('9b1 anaa""geanngupfortheupc.>m1n11: eventandthousand11willbevolun teeringmavan .. tyofw11y11.Whi.Je the lueal ruvernment and Cham .,_.of Comm~ havt- t-n sv1 portivr of the Gamt-9, the plannen have hit ... ~·era! homophofiw.: •narea. r ..... t year. l:nwenity o. BriW.h Columbia tL:BCI P~:lrnt, l>r:Str1111gwav. initially denil!'duae of l'BC fan.hues for the GGlll aay· injl'thatheth.ou.ghtitanimpro~r -orcampuafacilitisand1mp\if"d that gaya "'t're abnormal. Due to m1UQ11ve p11bhc ouln}·.her1'Qlnted • LABELS end many .>f the GGill 11port. are alat.odtobeheldin"enusonthe l'JKcampu. So1U1e<>fthPmo~voeiferou1local ("hrUtianfundamt11talli<ttarerai• mll'troublel>vttwhattheycall··the ..OO.orn11e Ln\1111ion" and that HIV l)091tivf'Pl"•Pll'areet>mm1totheir city to infl~·t the heter.-xual• Theyar .. thr..al(-nin1to•uethecity. thoul{h tht'y have no legal ground• forlit111"at1<m A11 of now. Mary Broukt• is tht' only 1tt1id•taf!penwn.Gr11ntappli ution• ban• bttn filed with the 1eovernml"ntfor1hnrttum11taffln1: ,')11taflpeopleforl)montht.andan edd1llonal 11ummt>r .. tud .. nt frant rl'(jU1'11lfor81tud .. nt11for:lmontht Mlkiokalth .. Ga\·(;11mealllaa1hia jp'uwi111euak tn ... 1md•ofnow. I'm theKtam,theoffic:ialnutatthebot t<lm; Mary lauahed. ·Jt"aalutof woirk. b11tworth it.: Mary wu particularly proud to ann611noethata•peciala..uitance f1ndforthuaew11hfinanciaidiffi culleainj'.f'ltll\lt<Jtht1a-h88 beea.etup,helpingtumakepart.ici pation moreUl'll\'l!Nfll. AI.othe phy•icaJJy challengf'd need not be detnr'ed fTom .iomm1 in .. a aptic:ial commilll'l' will be CoonlinaUng tran .. portetmn, hou111n1. and 1ign lanl(U&jl'.eUJterp~tera. In keepm1e ,..,th th• Gay Garn~ polkyufmclu••venl'lll',theorganiz eraint('ndwdowhaU>vertheyean toencuurn1n·andrt'<"MVl"allend t-vt-ryonl" m~l"f"lllM In e<>mmR t.<1 \'ancouv.rfor thero·h•hrallon -Sport-A Registration: Earlyre,.:111trat1nnwillopt'nonJuly I. !!Ill<! with 11 finn dtudlineofMay :U.1!'90. T1•amr001tt•rchanget1wiJI beellowuduntllJulyl!i,l!l!IOApre­liminary t'vt'nlKhedult-w11\ hei"' 1ued m Jum· 1990 fo!lo,.inll' the Cloat' of n-t(i~trntion. l"ntil Jan 990, all t'11rly "1fi .. tratL n• will qwilifyf,.diKOUntfodr-. In "J>0rtll whf're facility lim1ta tim•makeitirn~ibletoa<-'Cf'pl al entriea, ft'8111lr8nta will be ec commodated in the order they a~ l'll08ived. Thf'-i>artsofferedforreg ilttrallon art: Hadminton. Ba .. ket i.11, Hil11ud1, n,,,.Jiog, Croquet Curling inhibition), Cychng. Div ing, E•ue.trian, Golf. J..., Hockey 1ezhit;io ). Marathun, Martial 5400 Bellaire Blvd. Bellaire, TX 77401 • CO\Tl\UOUS FOR\1S (713) 667- • \U\1BERl\G 7417 • fOl.Dl\G r ~t•tt • LEIT[RHEADSIE"ElOf'(S • COLLATl\G •DRllll'\G • BUSl\ESS CARDS •!\VOICES • PURCHASE ORDERS • MWSLEnERS • TYPESETTl\G • A\ '\OlJ.'\CTME ..... rs • l\"1TATIO\S • E\1BOSSl\G j· 1ngt~~•YoU Westheimer store 522-0385 We're working to bring you a real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. Wanted;writers.directora,andthe­alt'rlfJ"{ lup1topropo.eproject1for thegayandleabianlifeatylece\e­bration. They an lookin1 forarlf­containf! d theater projt'<·tll that travel well. Venue. and odmimatra tion of1heproduction1 will bepro­videdbytheV11ncouverrommitle@ Notallprojec:lllwillbearlecteddue totimeandtpace.10th011ethateub­mitMrlywillhaveajp'eaterchance ofbeini played. Prol)Ollal• ehould indudt'ebrieftynopaitofthework. itt title, technical andpenionnt'lre­quirementa and a contact addr­and phont' number, Contact Alan Mcinroy. Thealt'r Coordmator. MVAAA0ffiCt'.1170ButeSt. , Van couver, Canada. \'6E IZ6 -Chorus: They are looking for aingers from around the world fora 1000 ml!'mbn choniatha1willt1naa1openin1lll'ld d<>11ingeeremuniea.u.,.·ell88ata concert alon(I with the Vanoou\'er Men"• Chonlt. the Berhn Chorut. and e women"• chorut Carol Whitt' of Denver. Colorado .. m conduct. A reguitration fee or $J5 '"required before Sept. I, l!f!-19 and $45 for regi•tration after that dalt'. Fee covers •heoet m111ic, re­heeraal tape and performanCt' T ehirtwhich will bearnt to you I() youwillhaveachancelobocomefa miliarwith it. Di8COuntt are a"ailable to exi•lmll' mutic lfJ"{IUJ>I- Contact Carol White. PQ_ Box 61:!SI!, Den "er,Colorodo.002!;6, phtlt:J03)&JI· "-B"'u siness Backers: Th" patkaie offen gay J>091U"e bu•in-thechanCt'totekead vantage of Lhill promotional t<•ol f'orLhe1rdonetionofS250ormo""· bu•m- will be recotJnized m the q11arterlynew11letteniandintheof final program Becken are provid ed with promotional makrial for their own 11•. Contact Bryan Fair at the MVAAA Office -Film Festival: Looking for a bro.ad •pectnim or fil1119 by or aboutaay peopl•. with few reatrictiont in temt11 of them avant(lardetodocumentariN. him maken:areurgedtoarndinformal proponil u 100n .. J)Oallible to Daniel Colhna. at thP MV AAA Of­fice_ Phft(604J6!IB-2:i:l4 -Official Products and Promotions: The Celebrauon ·9010110 ha11 bffn reproducedonbutt.on",po11lt'ra.T· ahirlll, ewt-at ahirlll. and wetchl'tl An II minutevideoitaveilableto introduceLheGayGam1:1toth("'e unfamiliar with the C(Jncept t"or merchondi8l'~•ntact.Dan1 .. lMeyer ti tht' MV AAA Office -Celebration '90 News· letter: BeeomeaCt'lebration ·90member and•upporttht'GayGamemlll.and receiveaquanerlyn ..... .-Hletterand become eliaible for the La\·endt'r PU&portdrewin,.: aonewwk-~h· U'l accommodatlon1 fortwo1n \'an rouver:free~1.oalltheevent11. Make SIO check to Mt'tropol1tan \"anOOU\"l'J Athletic IU'ld An. A-.. ciation. and arnt to MV AAA Offke Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice Garden Properties Coming Your Way! 803 Marshall 523-5454 Look for the Sign of Success Propcrti.es 523 -545~ g 0 L D I We Can Serve Your Real Estate Needs LoohBetter PETER H. PROCTOR PhD, MD is now accepting appointments for evaluation and in-office correct ion of: WRINKLES FROWN LINES AGE LINES FACIAL SCARS Non-surgical treatment with in jecta­ble collagen, Retin-A, Hydroxy-ac­ids can return the youthful look of healthy, unlined skin and delay the appearance of aging. Proctor Clinic TWELVE OAKS MEDICAL TOWER 4126 SOUTHWEST FRWY SUITE 1616 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77027 (713) 960-1616 Artistic Differences Halston 11 selling oll au his Andy Warhol art but a spokesman denied il"S beceuseWarhors recent­ly published d1anes were ra ther unkind to the de­signer People magazine says Halston is dumping the Warhol works to rid him ol embarrassmg remind­ers about Warhol's com­ments on his personal Ille and allegations about drug use Art dealer Fred Dorfman is handling the sale, which includes Warhol pamtmgs worth up to $20,000 to $7.000 napkins decorated with pornographic drawings 'To say that Halston 1s selhng Warhol's works. many of which were gifts from Andy, out cl anger 11 not a true understanding· Dorfman said. ·:And I don't want to start any­thing Hal.,on haulway• I been a buyer and seller of art" Next Friday, Gay Pride Week Photo Souvenir Edit ion. The Montrose Voice. AIDS survey to proceed in Dallas County ~ By JEANIE STOKES 90 may pay for advertiHment. Dallaa County .only one ltalL>'lL l'«Qntac.. lnK of partu:ipantl who be recontacted ; 'Ol'"Mt"'°"'!ll06€vo.cl ur1m1 the pobhc not to partm the ratfo 1n which HIV oo.:ure m d«lme lo take part m the volun· Theaddl"Mlell of other non-par·_::;$ ~~~U~~~a:~i-;'Z pa~her membert of the advL.ory th~l~p~a~::1 !~~oney. You t~~~':~"h Trian11:le ln11titute. a ~~0:_ft~ ~~1!iaC:d~pe1!;:0~ ! ettd with the Dallaa County panel indicated the group'• oppo- hen? to realize how in1ult1n1r it i11 !'\orth Carolina non·profit oorpo- 1fthe1r survey form 11 _eelected to ~ phue of a propo&ed nationwide eition waa eipe<'Ud and only in Dallu County to know whl"n rat10.n hm-d to conduct the 1tudy, be included in a follow·up ~urvey 2 1tudy to determme the prevalence made more apparent the diversity moet of the AIDS agencit!'I are on predicte-1 t!(J pft'Ct'nt cooperation. to deternnne why they did not _,. ~~~h~r~0!~:U.~:re:~~~poe• ~a~f:~:,,t:!~S:n~~;·;:t ;~at~e ~ha~rv;r!~1~~~~~1~r:: g~ ;~~nd ~~:i>:f:~ ~nnp=e1~~ h;:; :i:Jr:,'~:= :~;:~~:!re:.h: ~ ly 1;!ea::~:~;~;!.:~~h;~~;~~· in~f!!:e~e:~~do~:~~:i~ ~n~o,:i~S ~,r:~dt~~t ~,·;:i::~~~ ~1~l~~.~n llalla~ regarding part1ci· •ai:J Calkin of the _Lesbian-Gay ~ ducting theano_nymous eur\ley, to contact ~ome people who declined We know it'e here:· Waybourn a!~~~'~:~da~~T.:t'rmB~l:~I :,O~::~ ~=~=::!,r::c.1:~~: ,., be camed out m 3400 randomly to partmpate tobeauretheywere said ., neediw that ever ry ~ble effort protecting the anonymity ofpeo- "" eelected homea m Dallae County fully mformed when thatdecunon _Dall~ hae more than 1624 pr~ had ht~·n Laken to~:itheiden· pie from high risk groupe, 11uch a.a be~hnen;;:~1~.~~g::~ came from w~h~~:~u-reforDu1eueControl v1~,:·~~i:;n;~~~h;a::i~~:i1~~~ ::~~~n~at~h0tte individuals who !~~h~~~:~~~v:~~:r;ag:•· Wilham Waybourn,. pr<"1J1dent of approved $5 million ovtr two vey, eetimated to COllt more than "Then- will not be any Jietl of "There is overwhelmins aup-the Dallas Gay Alhari.:e. one of yeart for thetwo-ph.aeefeas1b1hty $:l0 m1lhon, _also u1 m doubt addrt"fl><U ul<Ni by Hc><carch Tri port on thie panel among the iray ae.ven organizations_ 1denufied study. The purpo11e 11 to learn how Waybourn said .. ; . . anglt' ln~tituu· field 11taff at any membert to proceed with this with the gay and lesbian commu· common .the uman 1mmunodefi Survey part1c1pantaw1ll bt'pa1d timl' in the main 11urvey or the study with the changeethathave mty on the panel C1ency v1rue HIV) that tnggert $50 cash forcomp\etmg a self-ad n<•n-rt't<pondent follow-up1urvey:· been proposed;' Calkm eaid 'Wewillaekourmembertinthe AIOS1emthegeneralpopulat10n mini.111.ered quet<tionnaire about Zimmt'rm11neaid. Warren Buckinirham of the community who are cont.acted The first part waa the fea11ibili· their life11tyle and pt.'rmittinic a Individuals in the main study AJDS ARMS Network eaid hebe­about this survey to not only eay ty eurvey was carried out in the trained member of the intcn1it·w who dl"ride not to Lake part will be Jieved information from the 111r· ·no: but "hell no:·· Wayboum eaid Pitt1burgh, Pa., area lut year: team to draw a blood eample. l(ivt-n the 11ur\·ey·1 only record of vey will be valuable in helpins after the vote Waybourn aleo obJttted to the Thechiefatumblingblocktuthe ti: =~ ddr&. by the interviewer community agencie. do better Hetoldreportentheallianceal coatofthe1tudythatwillpro\lide •urvey in Dalla.11 hiu. bt th• dl m th• h• vi11itandwillnot long-rangepla.nmns Belgian gay editors acquitted of promoting prostitution ~,!!~!!~~E~R Theeditort of Tele Quele, one ofBelaium'a two main gay. lesbian new1paper11, were found not guilty June I ofpromotins proati tution and debauchery through the new• paper'edauified ads The case had dragged on for more than a year aa prosecutors filed additional charges-one against co-editor Pierre Bocquet for allegedly offering himself as a proetitute in the classifieds and another again.et a radio program during which the Tel1 Quelaperaonalad.9 are read Both the newspaper and the _radio show are produced by Antenne Roae, a multi faceted gay organization eerving the French-apeakinir area of Belgium ·we have irood new•~ We"ve been acquit· t.ed:· oo-editorLucLeGrandeaidJune I in a phone call from Bruuele. ':And in the ju11ti· fication or the acquittal, the judge eaid there can't be any diecrimination against (l:By&'.' LeGrand and Bocquet had maintained throughout the past year that the charges were unfounded and that the Tele Quels pereonale are nothing more than meaeagee from gaye and leebians hoping to meet each other. LeGrand told repc>rlenl Jut Spring that the legal action againet the paper reflected the personal prejudice.ofthenewCatholic GAY/LESllAN fl/DE WEEK '19 Secretary or State wh• , LeGrand 1aiJ. wu dietreued that Atenne Ri- hud earlier re­ceived recognilion from Belgium"• Labor party Belgium's other main 11'.BY new•paper. Homokrant. which puhliahe. in !-lemieh, and several main11tream publication1 that prinl personal adM have not been harassed by authoritil'll The reaolulion oflhe c&11e again11t Tela Quels leave11 Turkey's Yl'llil Hari• as the on ly newspaper curl't'ntly known to be under legal auack for printing say 'le.bi an mate­rial A publication or the Turkish Radical Green Party. Yeail Baria one year ago be- Parade Floats, Bands, Marchers and Costumes Bring your Family! Bring your Friends! This is going to be the Largest Parade in Houston G/LPW History. Sunday, June 25 at 5p.m. WESTHEIMER ROAD, BETWEEN WOODHEAD & MONTROSE For those who came before ... for those yet w come ... BE THERE! • eo~cert came the first newspaper in Turki1h hilto­ry to repc>rt on the gay liberation mov• menl. After the paper'• third L.lue, editor Abdul Kadir Demir Ozu and party leader Ibrahim Eren were charged by authorities with 1preading homoeexual information Some i11uea of the monthly paper have since been confiscated while other i111uea were published clandestinely. Chu and Eren"e trial ie set for November: Among the published material that hu Up!tet the Turkish authoritiee were ancient Greek gay poems and drawinirs, and an ar· ticle suggesting that the founder of the 20th century Turkish Republic, Kemal Ataturk, waagay. Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call Stonewall Memories:A Celebration of Pride 529-8490. with Romanovsky & Phillips and Sandy Yan The Lone Star Symphonic Band Special Guest Performances by The Oak Lawn Symphonic Band and The Montrose Cloggers Saturday, June 24 at 8p.m. MULTI-SERVICE CENTER• 1475 WEST GRAY Say Cheese 3926 Wescheimer $10 advance $12 door TICKET 01/TlETS House of Coleman Inklings 901 W. Alabama 1846 Richmond Printex Plus 1617 W. Alabama ALL EVENT IHFOIMATION: S23·2S7S The Montrose Voice in Memory ot ... Stonewall Funfest participants reflect reaJ diversity -JAMES "JIM" GARVIN McCULLAR 29_ 1944 J ·-12 19&9 -TERRY L. AMES May2t 1° 1: I' 9 Terryp lawayc d berandwi..pree .. ., .. J th by h•• IOYer. Tom LOO He • SUl'\'I~ by h13 pare.nta. MVeral broth.,.. and 11sters. and numerous Ir.ends M1tmor1al Mf'Vlcet w•IJ be held 511- urday June 24 1989 at 2 00 pm at Rothko Chapel. Oo ia11on1 may be made to Stone Soup wnat •• deatl"I but a ne~1g1t>le acodetit? Why anourd 1 be out ol my m1 id ba':':au tam out ol stght I am bJt wa1t11g lor you le ar interval. Somcwhe1e, very ~ear. J~ st 1round theCOff All is welt Love. Sam. Ruth and Paul -TONY PERRY rony, formerly of Houston. clled 1a1eMondayr11ghl.19June19891n Tole<lo. Ohio Death wa& due to pneumonia complicated by AIDS. which he had been t1ght1ng amce 1~. Notice of h•• deatn wu re­CA• ved by Ray Smith of the Brazos Back Pocket who had been a lnend ol his 11nce 1976 Tony 11 M rvoved by h11 Molh•. V•v•anPer ryandby0fles11terandonebroth· er all ol Toledo He 11also1urv1ved IJy hts 9ranctra1her and 4 '11 and nephews While m Houston, Toriy wu e1 ployed by Walgreens at thetr Mer­~ hanl Park s1ore for MYeral years t- then became a barteflder at the Hole until the opening ol the R•pcord, wtlere he wetit to work He remau"led there 1.mt>l the open­ng ol Chutes when he moved to that bar to work until ha moved back to Toled~ toben&erht1lam1· ly Servocesandbunalwereheldon Wednesday in Toledo. Tony re­quested that any remembrancet be made to the Colt 45's Trouble Fund or any AIDS related ~erv1a -EARL W. BURGIE -1· -54,J tuS-· 9 Earl 81.rgn : •d' ly "!'I li<~" Ill~·· •P !• spo tal He 11 surv•ved by his parents ir E1 Paso and hos many lrierl<b I Houston. He wH p1eceded n deatn by h11 IOver. Tom Prew11t Earl was IOved by many and wa respected by all Know!'\ tor his clepen.denl and caring 1p1r1t h was 11ways a grr.:roua hc>al HE W•ll be m1Ssed tembly Ear1 we know that no matter whefeyou are Of how FRIGHTFUL •I may be, you'll be SERVING ITw11h the best or them Since you ve been away1 rve been down and lonely .1 Since you·ve been away1 I've been think­ing or you 1 Try•ng to understand The reason you left me.I What were you going through? Ooooh. I'm m1sa•ng you/ Tell me why the road turns· Ooooh. I'm missing you Tell me why the road turns Why were you. my flowet plu-:ked away? Robert. B111y. Ronnie. Moke & Fred. M•ke. Karl & Oen"'liS Organ1%&tlona representing a the fe8Uval will dlst.r'fbU1AI lit.an. wlCle v&rlet.y of v1ewp:llJlts h&ve ture.promoteculWralorllllllprod regtStereC1 fol" booth space tn the UCU1 lru:lUdlnC T-ahlrt.8. aott. oover Stonewall Punfeet.. eet t.o follow the books and educa.Uonal 1tema Jl'ood. Gay and i.Jl8b1&n Pride Week Pa.- beer and actt drtnka wi1J al90 be Tade th1a Bunday. June 25. RBgls availabl11. and a voter reg18t.r'a.Uon tran!B for the event. sponsored by booth will be statfed by O LPC 'ItMI wtnn9rs of the &1mmllr Texas Volleytl&ll Tournament. . hosted by !:/J's June 10-11. wereannaunoed thl8 week. InflretplaoewereAIJll­un ·e Wavee. followed by E1J's flee. ond Wlnd tn aeoond pl&Oll. Au8Un the Houston Gay and 1-blan Po- volunteers. llucal C.aucus. reflect the d1ver81tiY The f111Uval will be held ln and llOOPll of th8 gay oommuruty. the Kwtk Kopy parklng Jot aooording t.o f88Uval. org&n!zers. &el'061 from Kroger"& on Over 20 org&n1z&tlons from MonlJ'Ollll MoniroH llelghbor­hood City Fla.ah came ln third and the F'l.t.­MM Excha.nS9 took fOUTthplaoe The team W1nnttr for SpoI'IBmansh1p was the F'l.tne88 Ex change. Raty 08'ltg&s Houston and other Texas c11J811 - G l a 4 1 at 0 r • have signed up for th8 'fest.1nclud Ing Metropolitan Comn.:.•n.1tjy wanted oft.he AusUn Wa.V!lll lvenll Church of the FlsswTecUon. t.he AmeMoan Gladlat.ors: a synd1cav waa named Most Valuable P'layer GayUrbanTrut.hBquad.AlDBCoa- lldtelev1a1onshow wWoonducta -PWAC exec 4.irector ==z==~:C~ =w':::!or~=~!,= &nSparka.tormerDlrsW>rof~ Pomuve. AIDS J1ouiuiat1on Hooe- IUV'l:I t.TIAla th1a satul'day. June 24 c1.al Sel'V10lll for AID6 Found&Uon t.on. the Mont.roell SymphonlO ln KemoM&l PvlL Cont.enderll tor Hooston. bas been 8lllected by th8 Band and. Womynaong. Human th8 physical oompeu.uon llhow UllCUttve boanl o! l«lple With Rl&htB orgaruzauons such as the mustl)CIMa.UIStoonstBUngofaba- AlDS Coalition-Houston as the lalbianand(]6y~1BLobby.TU me ooet.ac:lll OOUT911, llit-upa. puah· 00&11uon's rurw executive dlrect.or as Human &ght8 P'oundatron and ups and.afon.yyarddaah; mustbll Spt.rks. a nauve Tenn. moved t.o Houston chapter of the Amenc&n Pllreonabl•. able t.o UUnk on thelT Housr.on tn 1986 t.o 800t!Pt the Civil Ll.bllTtlftl Union will a1ao bll feet and prqect. a pc»IUve unap. A.PH posl.tJon. which he held tor prlllent. must be at. INst J6yMl'8old and over two years. Known~- OrganlzaUons With booths at must allow up tor the t.r1&1a 1n ao- out the state for hl8 work 1n the 011pt&ble atNet.10 awre AlDEI De.l<I. Sparks 111 currently on Contenden chosen trom Hau&- the oo..ro of the nmaa AID6 Net­t. on will h&ve the opportunu;y to oompete on t.1118Vialon for pnzee Next Friday, work and lsseMng as ltB trll68W'- Gay Pride Week Photo Souvenir Edition. and achanoe t.o)oln the ":AJneMCan ''Ron oomee to us w1thextena1Vll Glad.Lators" team !or the nut tele- UPllrlenOll 1n program m&.n8411t­v15lon 9118.80n. ment and grant wrl.tJ.ng .. we feel he ,;: :;': acnedWed t.o begin ::a.:7=:::0:::~:~ pre81Qent.sa.1d. Ca,.f of Th" ('.,mpo1t)' \.\.·,. J\wp ·1 pr.·m1rrr pmduclwn. 1.hmf Wil.rm ·1 Strrl'I Tfwaln ... A po•l·rurtarn .<.;tfJnf'u·a/l 21Jth anmversar)· party u·1fh po­lmi ·a/ uf(ma/1 u Ill fulluu th~ {lrH/ Pl'rff!rm(lnN: al /:1:00 p.m. Mm1do.)', June 27 af ,'-;/a1(1'1. (Add1twnal p.-rfurmann•• art' Pl .How S/n'f'/ 1"hl:tJfrf'.) 1kkel infurmat1rm:.S. 9'>1JO The Montrose Voice. Conuindere may register at Me­morlal Park between Memorial Drtvtr and P1cnl0 Lane beg1nn1ng at. noon on the day olthetrl&le,OI' may pre-regiSt.er at. World Gym. 6080 JUchJ'nond ln Wlnd8or Pla.:t.a.. -Volleyball whmen The org&n1z&tlon's omoes re- new location. Spark.a 8&.ld oently relocated t.o the Metrop:ill ~ram reeJJ,y exc1Led. about be1ng tan MultJ-Sel'Vtoe Cenuir at 1476 with the ooa.11;1on &nd 88e1ll& tt West. Ore.y. Plans are being dlM!l· move tnto the prom.nenoe tt i» oped t.o get CUTrent programa back aervee:· he adOlld. up to Bi-1 and adding new pro- PWACH cw rentJ,y bu a mem gre.ma more oompauble with the bllrsblp or a.be"_ .. 400 ~bllra The org&ntz&Uon prav1dl!Ja 0t1tr rMCh and rerVNJ •rvtoe '° all TGRA official explains the organization's purpose people tr. Houston wh ) are a1fect.. ed. by AUlS an1 e~-:-aeee WUnllCLed f&nul,y and "rien » to became volunuiera. Bp&rU aaL.., WonnatWmabouiel!ll'Y1Ce8, vo1un t.ellTUlg OT membef"lhlp ~ bll ob­taln8d by oalllng 622·6428 from 900a.m. "pn Mon4aythro,igb From IANCB JENKINS. oorre­spondlnl! I secNt&ry. Hooet.on -TGRA (Mit.or'enote-~.J'urul23.111 being observed as TGFLA day 1n ooJ'\)UJ'ICtion with Gay and lMlbian PrUie Week '89 actMue&. The fol low1ng lette1' outJ.tnee the auns of the organiaatJon, which 111 spon· aorlng a bar bus tou:r and scaveng er hunt beg1nn1ng at. 7:00 p.m. at. the Br&zo8Rtver8ottom.) Dear MonlJ'OBe Voice The Tex.as Ga.,y Rodeo Aseoc1&­Uon would Like t.o take t.h1s opp:>r­tunJty t.ot.hanktheoommunltyfor ite support.over the last elxyeare The o~ve lf'l'GFLA.a.601 :ci oo.Jected at 8.1!;J fu.ru::t.l..n will re- 3 c.h&Tlty organwwon. 111 to ele- m&1n wtth the ch&rl.ty dllllgnat.lld V&te the unatf9ofwomenandmen and ln the CltyWhere tt la oolJect.- ln the sports tleld d rodeo ed There are chap. and to promote the lnUlreet ters with elected of. ~ :s:;:ual™'::' Letters :1::::~0r =~=-~re:: to the 1s~d1!~~ """"" -Workshop volunteera tng and lnclud.ing the rodr. November We tnvl.te w:e~ :Onsi!~ !°m=::!: Editor ':~~be:~fdoure:z ::;::0:~):!1°:1~~W: worktng together t.o aooom mun1ty t.o )oln OUT pllllh the oommon goal ofoommu- organiza.Uon and be a part of our nltysp!.J'IL.publlcbllnef'it.arul.abet- ~~ ::em:~please ter gay profUe overall oontact. TGFLA. PJ. Box 6e973 •1194. Houston, Tx. 77006 sallll persons a.id volunt.eera tbr the upoom!ng Nm h Annual Ho J& t.on PeTforml.ng Art.a Expo/Sammy Awards. 'lYPll' ot llelp neede<1 tn· clude'>taeiih'Uld&,&h':lwooo".dlna t.ors. host/twet.eeeee, announoer/ MC's.t.alent~catoraandste«e hands. For mol"e l.nkirmat.ton oon· tactthel'Wlople'1 Workahopat237· 8843 -111""8physical talk show 'IbeC-ntm·fo;..·Af'roJ.UveLlfesr;yie. amet.apb,yalcal~thol.l&ht" 8tuc\Y OllntBl' loc&ted at. 1606 Ne­vaaa (at Ck>mmonwealth) la now presmiung a talk shaw every Won day evening at 6:00 p.m. Ron Da­via. d1rector of the Cent.er. hoet.e the ahow. w!Uch lnciudlll lnter­vlews with prominent '"Nfff A(e~ taacher8. COU!l8elors, nuni8161'8 aru:1 othe:" profe881onala. GullstB answe:- QiJBBU"lna trom the ilUl1I The c.)ow cle&l8 Wlth t.op108 rv.ngtng from ancient. sp1T1tual phttoeophlee t.o modem therapeu· tJc t.echntquee and 111 geared t.o 181ptng ltvll "'m:ire abundant ltvee n &l'98S 8UC1l. as health, nnanoe and relAtJon8hlpe: aooordtng t.o Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The Montrose Voice *.:ACAPULCO*~· · HOLIDAY SPECIAL 1 or 2 Persons per Night* Experience the full warmth of Mexico and all its Pleasures at Villa Hombre .. Built with you in mind. The Montrose Voice is constantly looking for new faces for our Friday Fox series. If you thtnk you've got "The Look;' call Henry McClurg, 520- 0206. There's no pay but VILLA HOMBRE_ A Spanifh Sty/~ Resort Hot~/ Rataurant & Bar • FOR MEN ONLY • Pool • Spa • SunTltn'Ke Nude swi... ... ng • CloH to maybe you'll become Condeu Beach l Club• "'°"~1111ior-1ian 11utlh!Jydon"1 Tann mg Specials from $5. We famous June 15 thN O.Cembet 14. 11189 Av.l11Concha1 IO Fr1c:to.hr1llon Anp•o. Oro. 3fff0 Muico T•I. 011·52·1••·11844 ~:111e:"":u::c-;: =:;=.:,~.~~ '°.!!t~ offer the most soph1st1cated :!:.t:.~~=..,~J:: tannmg beds m the U.S.A. ycuepertllclbllllncealU\All'IOVVB'9V' ~)'OUIOgetth91rlcha.l<lan LlRfj~ you· ... ~~ 8o~)'llU'9PIQIO "" .ploeMe .... •WWW!gt«I IOpen7E>~y~W~k 3701 Montrose call toda1529-5100 Helping , Police say three slayings may be linked AIDS Kids The organizers of the Pediatric AIDS Foun­ijl dation are bringing ~ Hollywood to Wash-ington for a fund­raiser. Alan Alda will be the host of the June 21 gala and PHILADELPHIA tUPl}-Honn· cidedet«t1vmareinvteti1atinathe p099ibihty that a killer it ti.lluna J•Y mi!'n m the wake of thl'ft kilhn11inanuwheremanyofthe ci1y'11ay1andlmbian1live.Thear Ni1caltedCen1erCityandiaanll· block area in thecity"1downtown 1Ktion "lth .. notbeendeterminedthat they are hom0Hxual1;' a police 1pokeeperton 1t1id. ··The newapa pen areaayin& that. We won't be unleuwefindthatitiarelevantand weneedtoalert1he1aycommuni ty.· Mark S.,al, pubhahn- or the Phil· adelphia Gay New1, aaid many peo­ple in the city'• 1ay cummunity are concn-nlHI abou1 the killin11 be­cauae there h .. been much recent ant1·1ayrMentmentinthecity. Homicide Lt Jamff Henwood, who1t11idpolicehav•no1uapect1in thethr~death1.1t11idthekillin11 have many aimilaritie.. All three wn-e1in1le men who lived in Cen~ City aiartmentl. which were ran 1ackedafterthehom1cidet.Thevic. tinui were w~·n-ely beaten and •tabbed Henwood .. id police belitve lhe victimaknewthe1ra1tackn-andare inveeti1atin1 the ix-iiibility that one person may be retiponaible for thethreekillin1• The latest body dt.covn-IHI wu that of David Johnaon, 68. Police eaid they found the body at 9:1() p.m.Mondayafternei1hbouoom· plained ofa 1tran1eodorcomin1r fromtheman'aapartment Johnaon, who had been dead for 1evttalday1,w .. foundbeatenand 1tabbed onhi1 kitchen floor. polire ~·Th .. body orTracy Grirt'in. 24. wu di.roveredJunt'IOl)·m1onhitliv m11: nM>m floor after maintenance men complamtd about the odor comm& from h11 apartmt'nt. Griffin w .. bound. 1tabbed.atran1tedand beattn.authoriue. .. id AlexMun<·hweiler,59,waafound June6byamaintenancemanwho ustdapaqkeytot'ntertht'apart· ment.Munchweilerwaabeatenand rt'peatedlyuabbedintheche.twith a pairofll('iaaou, police.aid SeKal noted that t'arlit'r th1' munth a retioluti"n ,. ... paaaed in City Council reco&nizm1 Leeb1an and Gay Pride Month, bu1notbe­forevirulentvocalattackaonhomo. w:.:uab: by 1wo councilmen. Thereti· olution, killed the year before. paaaedona9-8vote .. lth1nkthere'1alotofconcn-n 1imply becauae or the mood of the cityri1htnow;· thepubli1her1aid The Philadelphia 1..-bian and Gay Tfl&k Force releaaed a report la.etyear•howin1that73pttcentor the1ay men and 42 percent or the lecibian women have experienced criminal violence on the ba•i• or their-.e:r.ualorient.alion ., Cher, who just re­cently revived her singing career, will perform The invitation list includes Ali McGraw, Olivia Newton-John, Meredith Baxter­Birney, Morgan Fair­child, Tony Franciosa. Mel Har­ris. Marlee Maitlin, Moly Ringwald, Roy Scheider, Sam Waterston and Jo Beth Williams and the stars will be pair­ed with a member of Congress Copies of Lowe's controversial sex tape to be sold ~y DE~~~,!~CKLOW NEW YORK (UPl>-Smut ltin1 Al Gold.tu-in .aid June7heplan. to&ell~entaofthevideotape purportedly ahowina actor Rob Lowe in 1teamy IU 11Cene1 with a 16-year·old Georgia l(irl Gold.tu-in. who publiahe1 Scrt'w ma1azine, Hid he will .ell vid­of hia hour·lont Manhattan cable 1how, Midni1ht Blue, which ear Ii er thit month aired a short aea: ment of the pornoll'aphic tape that ha.e t'mbroiled the actor in controvt'ray. We're working to bring you a real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. Bootlec copiH of the tape have been cireulatm1 in tht' nitht club kt'nt', particularly in the 1ay community where tht'y are report· edly wllin1 for about 12,000. Goldatein 1aid hi1 video will sell for le.a than l30. The videos have been available since lut .ummer when it waa filmed with IS.year-old Lena Jan Pal"90nl havin1 w• with another woman in an Atlanta hotel room. The mother of the l(irl, Lena Ar· lene Wil1on, recently filed .uit. ac. cu•in1 Lowe of u1in1 hia celebrity 1tatu1 to entice her underage daughter into makin1 the pornu ll'aphic video. The actor'• attorneys ha\·e a.eked the federal court to throw out the au it. charl(in1Wilaon tritd to utort half a million dol\an from Lowe before filin1 the com plaint. l..owe,25,i•altobelievedundt'r inv•tigation by Atlanta area au· thoritie1 for the poNible criminal offenaeofaexualexploitalionofa minoz; which carriM a 20-year priaon aentence upon conviction Goldttein .aid he bought a copy of the tape for$15,000 from aman who responded to an ad he toolt out in an underrround Atlanta new•paper offerin1 t.o buy thevid ~ .. I 1otacall fromaomebodywho said he wu a federal law enforce. ment aaent. I really didn"t uk him too muc-h about it. but it waa Federal E:.:pruaed· to u•:' Gold~tein •aid, refu•in1 to identi· .fy. ..h e person who told him the HeHidtht'37·minutevideoieof 'terrible" quality and that only the belt l!'i1tht minutff were •hown on "Midnight Blue:• "It'• vr:plicit au. He"• a rtal Don Juan;• .aid Goldttein, add· ing that he belit'ved Lowe waa the penon 1tarrin1r in the porno. ll'aphicvideo. - Hehuafuturtin porn:' Asked why he decided to air the eontrovenial tape, the Goldltein replied. "It'• a current affair. We con1ider our show a nude 60 Min utea" "Everyjournalist1oeaufaraa hia publt.her will let him. Mine i1 the 1e:r. beat. I want my audience to see u much a1 they can. My own curioeity wu piqued and 80 wueveryoneelle'•:' heaaid ACLU asked for reprieve for death row inmate ~~~.~,!~,~ CARSON CITY, Nev. CUPll-The American Civil Libertie1 Union aaked Gov. Robert Miller ThunM:lay to atay the e:r.Kution of a former male protititute cunvicted of killing two 1ay mt'nin l..aa Vegaa. Hewaaacheduled to die ear· ly Friday The ACLU aalted Millertodtlay thenecu· tiun of Sean Patrick 1-lanagan. 28. for up to60 day•aoitcouldfileapetitiun forclemt'ncyin behalf oft he condtmned man, who h8' reailt· ed any appeals in h1.t behalf. Miller did mot makt an immediate rulin1 Flanagan. a former Marint' from Michigan. waa acheduled to die Friday at 4:00 a.m. Hoia­ton time by lt'thal injection. the aec::ond e:r.ecu· tion this week at the Nevada Htatt Pm1on He also would be the 10th pel'llOn l'Xf'l"Uted in the Unite-d Statea thisytarand lht I 14th per 110n put to death ain« theHupremeCourtre· stored the death IJ('nalty in 19i6 ACLU lawyer Thumu Perkin1 aaid the death pt"nalty in this t'IPe wa. nut nppropri ate. "The ltid gave up h1• r1ghlll to an attornt'y, pleaded guilty and 88kt'd for th• dt>ath penal· ty;· Perltin1•aid Perltir11requeetedahelll"ln1tbeforl'the•talt Board of Pardoni1 for clemenc-y bawd on the religiou1 ronvictiona of flana11:an. hi1 re­morte and hi1 yean with .. ut major convic-­t1ons. Flana1an confeued to Btran11:lin1 piani11t Jamee Lewandow•lti in Oct. 1987 after Lewndowski allegedly made 11uual advancet in a motel room. He then cut up tht' body and dumped the part.I in a trash containt'r near tht' motel Several day• later, he atrangled Albert Dug,in1, a chef. saying Dugl(in1 deserved to die be-cau11e he wa.e a •·faggot." Durin1 court hearings in Laa Vegu, 1-lanagan adin1tted ht' hadw:.: with other men in ordt'r toietmoney afterhewentbrokeaam blin1 in Laa Vegaa. He alao said ht' would kill again if anybody made a ae:r.ual advance at him while in pri.aon J.'\anagan met Thursday with hi• patt-nta and •i1ter in his 'lt11t·night cell." prllflt/S A Sobriety Renewal Weekend Gay Men and Les""b ians in Recovery from Alcohol & Chemical Dependency labor OeyWeel<erod. September 1-4 W11derFOf88IRetr881Center.Minoasota Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. R•trNI Oif'Klo,. s.m.,.wanen,Psy.O. MdlafllPicuccJ, C.A.C •ReDec~°""°"csy,Sclf·~Shonns • T-1•6Sleppnaopia • !leali;n&Ullenllllizedbomopbclbi• • S.,..;mmi ... IMlllR·wal.U. campfuu and Myrnb cm IK llOOAcruReuuaC-The Montrose Voice Episcopal Church opens gay ministry By FRM-iCt:ti ANN BURr>iS NEWARK. N.J. (UPll-ThtEpi .. ropal Church opened Tue.day whatiabelitvedtobeitafintmin iatry for 11:ay peoplt', aimed atgiv in1 the church a pre&ence amon1 gay men and teabian1 and thtm a pnwence in the church The Oui1, headquartered at All Saint.I Church in Hoboken, will mini1U'r to homoaexual Epi•· ropalian• but will alao actively seek to bring other gay people into the church, itaoraanizen1aid. While church• in artu with lar1e 1ay p(lpulation• have per formed tome of the aamt' func. t1or11,TheOaai•iabelievedlobe the fint official Ep11COpal mini•· try in the nation specificaUy for 1ay men and l•bian1,oraanizera said Tht' Rev. Robert William1. a 1ay priMt who head• the minie­try, •aid The Oaaia will give nt'w meaning to traditional '1'he Epia copal Church wt'lcom• you' 1igru1 in front of church• around the country. '"In many places, it would be more hon ... t if they'd add a di .. claimer, •Gaya and Jeebian1 need notapply;"Williama•aid Bi1hop John Spong, leader of tht' Epi&eopal dioceaeofNewark and lon1 an advocate of church outreach to homl>'!e•ual•, W8' scheduled to pre11ideatalt'rvice Tuesday ni&ht to marlt The Oa· sis'•openin1 The Rev. Ellen Barrett, or dained in 1977 aa the church'• fint acknowledgedl ... bian pri ... t, wu to be the gueat preacher; The mini•try waa inspired by a call by the General Convention of the IOVt'rrung body ortheEpi.a<» pal Church, for an open attitude towardl homoae:r.ualt, aaid the Rev. Lealit' Smith, a •Pokeaman for the diocese ltalaohurootaintheattempt or thi• diocae to look Rriou1ly at .e:r.uality;' he aaid ... It'• no acci· dent it occurred in thia dioceM. Thi11' the type of mint.try we've been lookin1 at v~ carefully'.' The reapon•t' hu been favora· bit, William• •aid, although All Saint.I received one abu•iveanon­ymou1 letter aftt'r plan1 for The Oaai1weremadepublic. Hoboken, in an urban area with many homoeuual ret1idenLI, i• al- 110a few minutffaway from one of the country'• lar1•t 1ay commu niti• in Manhattan'• Greenwich Villqe. William• and the diocese hope the miniatry will become a rMOurce for the entire 1ay com munity. He said the Ep18C10pal Church haa not adopted any formal mar­riage- like blN8in1 for committed homoaeual eouplM, although Spon1 hu advocated a •tudy of theialue APARTMENT LOCATING SERVICES Leasing Sp ecialist APAR1MENTS • CONDOS ,(.E:;~~· HOMES An Exclusive FREE Locating Service 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEKS All Areas: • Galleria/Southwest • WesVMemorial • Greenspoint • Medical Center • Northwest • Clear Lake • North~. You Want It, "We've Got It" ., , i­' - ~~ CALL 622-6055 ~\cd Leland blasts China consulate party By KARt:N TIMMONS WASHI1'GTON (lJPJ)-Rep. Mickey Leland. 0-TexN. called Wednetlday for a boyooU of a party hononng the outgoing ChinNe con11ul in hi• Hou11ton di.iitrict, eaying attending the celebration would be "•pitting on the i(r&"ee" of 11tudenu killed during pro-democracy dem· onatration•in China Leland aaid he had contacted hi• "political friend•" in Hou11ton aaking them to11tay away from the farewell reception that wa11 11ehed­uled for Wedne•day e"ening for Gen. Ni Yao Ii, outgoin1rcon11ul 1reneral of China 'Thu.e celebranu at toniaht'1 rert>pt1un will be •pitting on the araves of thOM mur· dered" in theChinesedemon1tration1, Leland eaid. ''This ii a very 1ad day for Houston.'' The oon•ulate ia located at 3417 Montl'Ollle Blvd The Texaa Democrat 1aid he undentood many Houston political and buaineu leaden had been invited to the reception at the in vita· tion of the Chinese conaul. Only three of the city'& 14 council member• said they were not attending tht reception be­cauae of the Chinese go.,,ernment'a action• againattheproteatera. Offictall from the con11ulatea of Mexico and Great Britain m Hou11ton also were ttported planing to attend the reception At a new1conferencecalled ahortly afterhe heard of the celebration Leland aaid he would alao aak hiloolleaguea in theTexaadelegation to 1ign a letter protesting the reception "I'm utounded. l"m outraged that the Peo. pie' a Republic ofChinaexpecta to do buaineu 81 uaual in Houston;· Leland said "The people of the Republic of China areun der aieae ri1rht now. Studenu have been mur dered ... and therefore we should not celebrate thia man'a politica in Houston in any way:• Montrose library launches summer programs By DAN PUGH Th .. Munu-V The Mnnll"ON Branch Public L· braryhuiumped head-lunainto the fomudablewk ofprepanna Jei aurt-time aummer proi(r&ml for a diverae ne1rhborhood populauon ThereaultWalivelycombinauonof ._.eni.. ..,hed11led for the commr montb. APrideWeekei:hibitofbook1,pe­riodical1 and ntw1papera ii promi nently diaplayed m the lobby throurhJ11ne26.ln1dditiontopop. ularworkt.therearemanycolorful, b11t 1-r-known, work• from acrON the country. The Library'• commitmenttodiver1ityi9ev1denl in the contrut between the lobby uhibitandtheonecurrentlyinthe children'• HCtlon Camp Fire Girla Achie.,,ement With ..,hool 011t, the childrtn'a HCllon i9 a popular 1poL A Monday ._.eninr and Wedneeday afternoon •WryLlme i9 berommr a mam1tay with the pre-echool teL Filna ohpe­cial intenst to the prt-1.ttn crowd are.ched11ledTh11r1dayaf\ttnoon1 Exttrwr of the Monl~t: Branch Library d11rina the eummer in the Meetina Room (call for batinp). A S11mmer Readina Cl11b i9 or· 1ranizedtoh1veappealtoabro.ader arearoup. Eachreptrantiacivtn 1colorfullar1remembenh1pcardon which boob that have been read arevalidatedbythel..ibraryataff Upon completion ofreadinr aaiven number of book1, a formal Certlfi cate of Completlon ii iM11ed. Gold •tan are added for each add1uonal ten boob read thr0111rhthe1ummft'_ In Aurutt a readinr accomphah ment chart wiU be dWplayed in the main lobby li.ltina the n11mberof boob completed by each readinr clubmftDbec Branch manaaer M1. Ron Sim• i1 j111tifiably pro11d of the Profl'&ml l111nchedthiayearatthtMonlJ'OH Branch Library. "But," 1he adda, "Don't forget the meetmr roona available to neirhborhood non profitar0\lpa.w0neholda70peraon• and the other can accommodate 25 1'wocomputer1al110canbe11eedby regitteredoperatora Other proarams may be orfan izedthi91ummer111ttque.ted.Sim• approachWaimple:''Wheneveryou need to know 110methinr. ju1tcal\ Sincetheopenin1oftheLibrary in March of 19!:18, major proareM haa been made in ei:pandinr and tailorinreervice11tothepopulation 1erved.Laraeoollection1devotedto bu1ineM. travel and health evi· dencetheintereetaofmanyreaden The Montra.e Branch Library ii located at 000 Monll'OH and ia open ai• daya a week (parking in front and in back) Lobbyist maintains ~ ~ . . . ~ i optimism 1n face of defeats Despite cruahin1 blow• dealt in !." the 7lat Seaaion oftheTexaa Leg· ialature t.o the ray ri1hu a1enda, Glen Maxey, txecutive director of the LeabianiGay Ri1hta Lobby of Texu aaid the aeaaion reflected aome proi(reM, particularly over paat yean when 1ay i1111ea were notaddresaed at all Maxey, who called the MNion "the meanest and moet reaction­ary ... ever experienced;' Aid the experience hN identified the friend& and enemies of ray riahu in the Capitol and given a "crya· tal dear·· directive for ray -Jesbi· an involvement in the 1990 elec­tion. 1. The lobbyilt alao pointed out, in an editorial in LGRI.:. newaletter '·The Lobby RePort:' that the vote on SB 75. the Texaa Fair Houam1 Act. WN "the tint direct 11'8.Y lesbian vote taken in the Houae in o"er 14 yean." Al· though an amendment apecially excludin1r ray1 from protection under the anti-diacrimination law paaaed 81-54, the fact that 54 mem bera were willina t.o "ote aaainat the meaaure meana gaya and le1bian1 have more "friendll" than they did in 1975, when only 17 memben voted to take Texaa' aodomy law (Section 21.06) offthe booko. While conCt'ding that the _. 1ion waa a diaappomt1ng aetback for human riahu. Maxey pointed 011t that thinp could have been worae. "Ofcourae, our victoriee ~ aeem slim, but if you 0011ldonly know what didn't happen to m~ ua ... !" Part of the reaaon the 11'8.Y and letbian community Wal "' baahed 80 heavily in the 1es1ion waa that "we were then'! for the firattime;' he noted "Never before in a major way had there been 1uch an array of legialation dealing with one i•· aue;• Muey said The reaction by homophobic legialatora wu to question or kill e"ery piece of legialation that could poaibly have a potiitive im pact on 1ay people. Muey l't'Port· ed in the newaletter that even a general bill providin1 for in·home health care for the diaabled­though a coet-aavina meaaure for the 1tate-waa almoat killed 11m· ply becauae gay people with AIDS mi1rhtmake111K'ofit! The aame legialaton killed the ao-called Hate Crimes Bill (HB 1777) because, aa one Hou11emem· her publicly stated, it might be used to "unfairly diacriminate againat skinhead&;' M81Cey con tinued. An Omnibua AIDS bill-a h11r­ried compromise of the ni1rht·and day House and Senate AIDS packages debated throughout the MNion-plllled on the lut mrht or the &eMion with aeveral homophobic proviaior.a or the m flammatory HoWJe veraion intact According to Maxey, the bill'• paasage is 11till prtferab!e to the alternative or no bill at all N .J. gov. places lesbians on par with satanists Ir the bill were killed, M81Cey said, deciaiona would be left m the lap of the Texas Department of Health, whOlle oommiuioner called for quarantine ju11t a few years ago and whoee board ia now "completely dominated by reac tionariea appointed by (Gov. Bill) Clementa .. worse no"" than when the quarantine was propo..ed" By CLlf>'F O'NEILL ThtMontroaeV01ce E. BRUNSWICK. N.J.-ln a May 3 spe«h condemning •·truh TV" for contributing to bigotry, Gov. Thomaa Kean (R-N.J.) placed "lesbian marriage partntn" on a laundry lilt ofextremiatvroupa which contribute to prejudice, sparlting a 1tonn of contro.,,eny from both 11tate and national le. bian and aay act.ivista. Speaking at an Eaat Brun1wici, N.J_ day-Jona 1ympo­aium •ponaored by the Anti·Defa mation League of the B'nai B'rith and the National Conference of Chrilitian1 and Jew11. Kean ex po11nded on "traah TV" u a ma· jor ca woe ofbi1otry and preiudice, ciL1n1 the mediuma' 1rlorification of "1adomuochi.oit1c biien, lesbi an mamage partnen, Urippera, proetitutea. raci•U, 1iinhead1, aatanisU and m11rderer1" aa a major cause of prejudice. .. By 1rlorifying the extremee of human behavior; 'trash televi· 1ion' at beet makee ordinary life irrelevant and at worst hopelessly behind the times:• Kean added Kean stated that he had re­viewed a week of these programs and drewtheliat, which heread twice in hi• addresa, from a sam­pling of the programs. He added that too often .. impreaaionable" children who aee the ahowa view the pt<1plt 11hown a.a "normal" •·Radio and t.eleviaion are the irreat legitimfaen;· Kean stated "For many American1, if it is on 1V, it ii goepel. And the goepel we hear from 'truh televiaion'ia:itil all right to punch or beat aomeone you don't ai(ree with." "lfinatead of'\eebian marriage partnen' he had said aomething about Blacka, Hiapanica or Jewa he wouldn't ha"e read off a li1t like that:' atated Heidi Jonea . president of the New Jertey Gay and Leabian Coalition (NJGLCJ, a 2&group coalition of the atate'a gay and letbian organii:ationa ··He would have I topped to think:' "The incluaion of homoeexual11 in 'laundry Jiau· or eocial evila ia extremelyoommon and extremely dangeroua;• llated Craig David 10n, executivedirect.orofthe New York·ba&ed Gay and labian Alli· ance A1rain1t Defamation !GLAAD). "It II more than ironic that Gov. Kean would '1ymptomize' thia prejudice in a •peech about the cau- or preju dice:· The NJGLC hN enlilted GLAAD'a help in iu Jetter-writ· ing campai1n to extract. an apol<>­IY from Kean National Gay and Ll'abian Taak Force public information Di rector Urvashi Vaid, howe.,,er; did agree with Kean'• view of'•traah TV" adding .. In aome way1, I think he'aright "My feeling about 'traah TV' ia In aome way1 it shows the ex tremea of 110Ciety. ltexista because it exploit& pre-existing diviaiona in aociety. They play on people'a prejudice "But we don't appreciate Gov. Kean lumpinguain the1amecate- 1ory with our public enemies and people we don't s11pport:" Calling Kean'a laundry liat •·unfortunate" and "prepotit.er· oua:· Vaid joined the NJGLC and Gl..AAD in calling on Kean to ia­aue an apology stating that lesbi· an1 and gay men are often vic­tima oftheaame prejudiceagainat which he apoke New Jl'rstY gay and lesbian ac­tiviaU ha"e been at odd a with the moderate Republican governor ever aince hll 19>\6 refuaal to eign an txecutive order banning anli· gay di11erimination in atate em ployment when faCt'd with a deadlocked le.bian and gay righU bill in the atate Aaeemhly Hi.I continued atance that he would aign the bill 1ho11ld it ever pUI the Legialature haa done lit­tle if anything to appeue them, added Jones Jones lambasted Kean'a book calling on the Republican Party to expand iu bue and hit battle cryof"inclutiveneu." 'Of courae that exclud .. hia aay conatituenu;· added Jones. "He alway• wanu everyone to work together and then he aaya .omethina like that:' TUTS seminar had tips for aspiring actors, actresses By NEIL BADDERS The M•min.t Voic:-e Do you have ata.rdutt in your eyes? Know that the producer. of the world ue out there juat wait­ing to di.Ko"er you? To aet to that Point, you firat have to audition ahow that there'1ta1entand1kilill to back up that 1pecial look. Un fortunately, for thoee 1n the "buai· n-.;• •how bu1meN, part of the aame ia provina your worth •rain and again in the form of an audi tion A practical 1u1de to audition& waa the focua of a free aem1nar cond11cted by John Holly, Theatre Under the Stan' producin1r direc­tor; on June I. Around thirty en tertainer11athered at TUTS' atu· dioe to hear Ho\ly'a wide-r1ngina di1CU11ion or audition "do'a and don't'a:· The worbhop included 1uageation1 on preparation, ma teriall, dre11, approach, and atti· t11de. It had aianificance for all level11ofperformer1, raw novice& to aeaaoned profeMional•. An audition ia by definition "a trial performance to apprai11e an entertainer'• meriu;• b11t, accord· ina to Holly, the baaic pumiM ii "the productT wanu aomethina­the riaht •ctor for the role; the ac­tor wanu aomethina-an OpPor· tunity to play the role. With IMa than ten percent of the 36,000 Ac­tor'• Equity Aaaoci.ation (the ac-tor'a union) memben working at any one time, the beet question i• how yo11 can increa.ae your chanc­es of bein1r the one choeen The fint atep ii to prepare prop­erly for the audition or interview Thia me8Tll IM!lecting the beet ma­terial for you aeared to that partic­ular audition and reheanina it The key i• to prepare the mon<>­loaue or ml!lic to perform it "fully and freely;• aaid Holly. uPrepare every audition u if it were the moet impartant;' he 1treaaed. "It ia:• For performer& who are "eTY familiar to the auditora, Holly ad­villed them to come with new ma· terial each time. Juat becauae we know you and have uaed you be­fore ii not a reaaon to be compla· cent, waa hi• meaaage. "DreN" ia •n impartant ingre­dient in the audition proce81 "Never COltume yo11r1elr,' Holly cautioned. The auditor will imme­diately be uking ia thia peraon directable, unorthodox or what; "it ia not utually a good idea:• he oaid "Come dreaeed like you would for a party" waa Holly's advice. For men thi1 meana auit and tie, for ladies adreaa. Themoetimpor­tant element, however, ii to be clean, comfortable and well rroomed. One other note on ap. pearance waa 11nderlined. Be •ure to wear the aame outfit to call­baeb RelumM and picturee are key toola for an actor to useincreat­in1 a potiitive impreMion. The re­• ume ahould tell who you are and what you've done, ahould be one page in 011tline form, •hould be aa uptodateu~ibleandiaanin· 1tant aource communication with the auditon. Moeit importantly, aaid Holly, ii to "alwaya tell the truth" on yourre1ume. Your re1ume 1hould be 1lued or 11tapled on the back aide of an 8XIO black and white head ahot It muat look hie you now and ahould have your name on the pic­ture. The aemmar participanu lauahed u Holly diaplayed poor head ahou which demon1trated characteriaticti to avoid auch u odd ~. out-of.focua pictures and inappropriate background&. "Let u• aee you &1 you are:· Holly reiterated Aa a 111pplement to an audition, acton may fill a looee leaf bind tr with 11hou which ehow them in coatume, character, action or makeup, but there will not alway& be time to view thil, 1aid TUTS' producin1direct.or. Yo11r pictures and re1umes are ready, aona1 and monolorues are prepared and you·re dre.aed ap. propriately. Whatllthenex:t1tep" Paychina up "P1ych1n111p" ii puttina yo11r· self in the beat frame of mind for the audition. Thi• can be accom plished by warming 11p yo11r body and voice, by putting the audition in the proper perspective and by understanding and copina with feelings auch u fear and 1tage­friaht in advance. One•uagestion Holly made wu to think of worat ~ible thina that can happen and write it down The Audition '"Don't tell u.a how areat you are, ahow lll;' aaid Holly. Do the audi tion aimply without elaborate accoutremenu; be of help to thoee whoareauditioningyou;bealert, flexible, control your nerves and keep your lotn&e of humot Above all, aaid Holly, never apologize! Amona the poinU Holly 8treaaedwere; -Alway• make them want more -Always give it your beat. Make a po1itive luting impres­aion on everyone, including your fellow actors. -Look and act auccee•ful. -In readinga-if in doubt, don't uae an accent and panto­mime yo11r props. -Never ask who you"re audi· tioning for; what they're looking for or why you weren·tcaaL Done take rejection personally. -Gear your muaical choices to aonp which demonatrate your voice ty~. quality, technique Have several type11 of aong1 pre-pared with different \engtha and with an eye to the upcomin1 tea aon. Sell the aon1. Make 111re it ii in the original 1how key -Re1ardin1 monoloaues-do aomethinr you like; alway& ata1e your partner down ataae; ~em­ber "all monolorues are too Iona and too 1Jow·• and alway& have a curtain. Holly alao 1u1gested mu aical theatre audition monoloaues "'be aomethin& up and funny" Poat Audition Remember you're notfiniahed un· til you've left the theatre. When you've done the very belt you can, con•ider youraelf a a11c­oen beca111e you are. It'• out of yo11r handa Thank you notel are nice. A Final Note The aeminar waa eye-openina on 1everal counu. Many active per­fonnen •lide into aloppy habiu becauae auditionin1 ii lea1 fre­quent in the Houaton market However; many of theee 1ugges­tion1 don't neceaaarily apply ju.at to ahow bu1in1111, but would be rood advice for anyone interview­ina for a job Remembertreattheauditorua friend, aaid Holly; preaent your- 1e\f .. an individual (drop the phoneyneaa, the crap) and do a quality audition. '"Show 'bu.ai­nt111' ii • buamMa and ahould be treated u auch;' he concluded And, he added, the bill would likely resurface as a special aes· aion agenda item, aubject to mort d1acuuion and rewritee that oould produce a bill more dOlely resembling the Wrighl C!emona Hou&ebill Among the more oorroa1"e aa· pectaofthebillinrelation t.oray righu are provi.tliona that educa tional material.a produced for th Ole under 18 muatatate that h<>­m01Jex11ality ia an unacceptable lifestyle and •uch conduct 11 ille­gal, and a provision prohibitin& any agency that ''advocatea or promotee conduct that violates atate law" from receivin1 (frant money for AIDS educational pn> fl8ffil and1ervicea Poeitive legislation puaed in the &e1aion includea a bill increg. ing penalties for vandalism or gay, lesbian community center• andhealthcarefacilitiea;durable power of attorney, which seta out in atatute the powen that can be delegated to othen for making medical decU!iona on a peraon'1 behalf; and in1uranCt' ttfonn1, in· cludin1 HB 2608, which man· date& that all group health plana cover AIDS. 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The Montrose Voice <'/he d).~ d).(J/X, Kodie Dunn THE MONTROSE VOICE JUNE 23, 1989 Inside this section ••• M~Soa,p- A little local gossip B <VI, J {;,(VJ, lat ~ Day-by-day breakdown of events Our advertisers will tempt you q.~~ <J~ Your horoscope from the Voice Toll and toll-free num­bers for verbal adven-tu res People who want to meet you Here's Kodie Dunn, a dancer with the group Muscles in Action as well as a bartender at The Galleon(and occasionally The Barn). He's obviously cute, 27, 155, 5'8" and a Virgo. His favorite bars: ''All of 'em!' Photos by Henry Mcclurg w (/) 0 .a..:. z 0 ::; proudly presents an Gay Pride Parade Weekend!! We gayly present our All Female Exotic Dancers­Funl Fun! Fun! Saturday, June 24, lOpm with MC Brittany Paige Cover at the door-Call for reservations Come celebrate with us before & alter the parade with drink specials all day. Open 2pm-2am this Sunday. 903 Richmond-528-9110 q.~""<J~ For the Montrose Voice COPYRIGHT 1989 ARIES Whether it's a house, a rela­tionship or an empire, 'build­ing' is the key word as Aries enters summer. You might add on to some structure in your life that is long estab­lished, or you may choose to start from the ground up. TAURUS the same, the outcome will be delightful. LIBRA You may envy your neighbor Virgo's ability to combine business and pleasure, be­cause for now, for Libra, the two are separate and distinct. Business is all business, and pleasure is intense. Changes in daily routine prove most interesting. SCORPIO When someone hands you the reins, take hold and take off. Giddy up, Scorpio. Ride this adventurous time for all it's worth. The thrill and excite­ment of a new and challeng­ing direction will make this a summer to remember. SAGITTARIUS You've made your decision What was learned last week and the results come back to can be easily shared with oth- you in an immediate and pos-ers this week. Summer has itive manner. A conversotion Check it out with your part­ner before making any major purchase. There's a strong temptation to buy what you want without much consider­ation of expense and effect. Be smart about your acquisi­tiveness. Shop around. GEMINI not always been your favor- with a bright and lively Gem-ite season, >--------- ini and a but this one has a 'gen­tler and kinder' look to it that prom­ises friend­ly friend­ships and lovely love. CANCER Stick with what's fa­miliar. The temptation to go off on some strange tangent or with some very weird person doesn't lead to any­where as wonderful as your own back yard. Watch out for 'the grass is greener on the other side' syndrome. 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Happy Hour 4-8 daily *Momma·s Money: 75C: Well Dnnks. Monday­Thursday, 9pm-M1dn1ght *Momma·s Money: Happy Hour, Monday­Saturday. lam-Bpm •EIJ's 7am-8pm Happy Hour. 7am-6pm $1 Vodka dnnks. Beer bust 4-1 Opm Monday­Saturday •E. J's • 7 Days a week. $1 Well drmk.s 1am- 2am •M1ssoun St Station: Happy Hour prices hi 9 pm *Club Body Center: $5 for 30 minute tannmg session. $30 for 8 v1s1ts •M1ssoun St Station Open 11 am- 2am *French Quarter Theater; see ad this issue *Past Time: Happy hour 12-Spm *Pot Pie Restaurant; Free home delivery for plZZi'S •R1'Marks Happy Hour 4-8pm *Club Romeo. Happy hour 5-9pm *Ventur&-N Happy hour Noon-8pm *Venture-N · Beer bust 4-10pm •Mary·s: Pourmg doubles & 75C draft •J.R. ·s: 3-in-1 Happy Hour opemng-10pm •Char11e·s Restaurant Dinner and m1dn1te specials *Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon Sat. lam- 9pm. Sun Noon- 9pm •Rock ·N· Horse Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am). Closed Mondays *The Barn Happy hour 11am-9pm *The Barn. What A Nellie Deli. 11am-3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fn *Bnar Patch: Happy hour t/11 Bpm •Mary's: Happy hour 7am-noon, 5-8pm (ex weekends) *Char/le·s Restaurant. Open 24 hours •Galleon: Happy Hour ·rn 8pm Daily •Chutes. $1 frozen margantas noon-6pm, happy hour 12-10pm •Chutes Frozen Margar 1las. $1.25, 6pm-2am. Happy hour. noon·10pm •Santa Fe Trading Co.· Open 4pm. 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails. $1.75 longnecks or happy hour pflce smgle well ti/ 10pm *Mary's- Special Happy Hour 9am-11am Monday-Fnday, $1.00 Well dnnks and Beer *Spanish Flower Restaurant. Open 24 hrs (ex. Tues.) *Chutes. Beer bust. 3pm-11 pm. 75C: Vodka drinks. noon-6pm Friday *Bacchus: The Gay Dating Game Bpm *The Barn: Cowboys 1n Action, 8-2 * Cousins Cousms & Company, 10_-3opm * Cousins Drawmg 6:45pm, Win tnple your shoe size m cash •Missoun St. Station. Patio specials *Ri'Marks: Donna & Charlene. 9pm-lam •Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm •Mother"s: Happy hour 7am-10pm *Mary·s.- After-hours •Lazy J Show Night 1 Opm •Scandal"s: Dance to the music of D.J. Den­nis McGmms •Heaven. 50¢ well, cover *J.R. ·s Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm unt112am *Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour 7am t1I 9pm. Brazos River Band. 9:30pm •Chutes. Crwse Night. happy hour, noon to 10pm. Male Stnp Night with MC Maya. cash pnzes. Hot dogs by Texas Riders *Montrose Mmmg Co .. Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am *O. T. ·s.· 8-10am $1 well. domestic beer. schnapps 2-Bpm Happy hour. 9pm-2am DJ, dancing. Male Stnp Satu rday *Rock ·N· Horse: Live band 9pm-1 am *Scandal's: June 24. Miss Gay Southeast Texas Pageant *Montrose M1n1ng Co: 3 1n 1 happy hour 4- 10pm. 25¢ draft beer m a mug 10pm-2am *Cousins Cousins & Company. 10_-3opm *M•ssoun St. Station: Patio specials *E1J's. $1 Well dnnks 4-lpm *J.R: s: Pacific Coast Dancers 10:30pm *Club Romeo_. June 24. Female Exotic Dancers with MC Bnttany Paige. 10pm • Lazy J Show N'ght 10pm *Scandal's· Dance to the music of D.J. Den­nis McGmms * The Barn: Cowboys m Action. 8pm-2am Aniba Cantina A Word From Our New Manager *Dusters. GRAND OPENING, Dnnk specials . ..,, Noon-2am ~ *Bacchus. Houston's Original Party Night. $2 ~ Margaritas -< *Ri'Marks Michael & Noel 3pm-? c... *Club Romeo: $1 .75 Coronas, $1 schnapps ~ *Mother's: 75¢ well dnnks 4-9pm m •Chutes; Cruise Night & liquor bust 8- ~ M'dnight. $6. $500 Dash for Cash, 10pm- :... 2am ::g •Mary·s_. Beer bust on the patio with Cindy c.o 1-6pm. Hot dogs by Judy Wolf. $1.00, 1pm-? •Brazos River Bottom Happy hour tll 9pm, ~ Brazos River Band. 9pm z *O. T. ·s: B-10am $1 weJJ. domestic beer, J:1 schnapps: 4-9pm $1 well: 9pm-2am DJ. o dancing: 10_-3opm Male Stnp. MC Ramona ~ Sims < *Heaven SOC: well 9-11 pm. cover DJ- O Scooter Bearden () Sunday ~ *J.R. ·s· 75¢ cape cods. bloodies. margantas. )> & schnapps Noon- 10pm :P *Rub1o·s Free draft 7-10pm, ·Rub1os Pre- ~ senta·· 10:30 > *Dusters GRAND OPENING. Dnnk specials. JJ Noon-2am *Momma·s Money Happy Hour. Noon-4pm. $1 Well with 50¢ Schnapps 4-7pm *The Barn.- Cowboys m Action. startmg at lpm *Bacchus Pool Tournament, 2pm *El J's_- Noon-10pm Beer bust. Dinners served on the patio at 5pm, $1 Well drinks 6-9pm *Mother"s Male dancers 10pm & M1dn1te *Galleon_- $1.50 Cuervo Gold Margantas all day.· night *R1'Marks: Open Mike Night 6pm Ill?, Donna & Charlene 3pm-? *Club Romeo: Hangover Blues. beer $1.25. Bloody Marys $2, June 25. Dnnk specials 2pm-2am •M1ssoun St Station: Open noon-2am. Summer Sunday Social, $1 well and Juice drinks. 75C: schnapps. 3-7pm * Venture-N- Booze Beer Bust 4-10pm *Mary·s Beer bust 1-6pm, Steak night Spm. S3.50 for 10 oz. nbeye and all the fixm·s *Montrose Mming Co.: Beer Bust & 50¢ hot dogs 4pm-m1dnight. 50¢ draft beer ma mug m1dnight-2am Our community needs more alternatives to the bars. We need places where people can meet and be themselves without going to a nightclub every time. At Arriba Cantina, we are dedicated to providing such an alternative. As the new manager of Arriba, my number one objective is to provide a pleasant, fun atmosphere where the people of Montrose can come relax, enjoy good food and just be themselves. Join us soon for Happy Hour, 4-7pm daily. Ask for me; I'd love to hear your suggestions. Arriba Cantina -An Alternative to the Alternative Nightspots. Sincerely, ~· {_ ./"''--' -'-<- /c .» ... ·'"""'·~·~ ' Chris Jimmerson 1100 Westheimer 524-4800 Under New Management Homophobia permeates AIDS policy, activist reports MONTREAL-Anti-gay and leal:ll&n pr<Uudice has permeated v1rtu&lly every level of the development ofU.S public health policy on AIDS, from research to eclucatlonal to federal approprlattons, reported & Human Rights Campaign Fund political strategist who attended the recent lntemattonal AIDS conference here. In a presentation to the Filth In­temattonal Conference on AIDS. Er­ic Rosenthal, HR.CF political dlrec­tor, disclosed the effect of homophobia on the government's responses to the epidemic. Speaking to approx:lmately 300 people at the conference, Rosenthal 1lrst noted that In all but one state, Wisconsin, it Is legal to discriminate against lesbians and gs.ya. He then listed examples of how homophobia has lnlluenoed AIDS policy, particu­larly In the areas of eclucatlon and prevention. SevencypercentofAIDScasescon­tlnue to be found among ga,y and bl· sexual men;• Roeenthal said "There­fore, ga,y and bisexual men should be a Illl\IOr target for AIDS prevention activities. But the federal govern­ment, UllBble even to adopt anti-gay violence leg!slatton, ls at a loss when It comes to teachln8 ga,y men to have safer sex. Rosenthal noted that the federal government pays a Illl\IOrlty of the coats for AIDS research and preven­tion programs, yet Congrees oft.en placee conditions on how the money ma,y be used. For example, In 1988,SenatorJes­se Helms success1'ully Introduced anti -ga,y legislation that attempted to block. federal AIDS funding of pro­grams on safer sex between tlon materlals aimed at ga,y men. Qppoeltlon to such homophobic legislation has Increased, however, not only from ga,y and lesbian groups but from mainstream organ­lzatlons as well, Rosenthal said Ef­forts by public health orga.nJzatlons to correct and prevent homophobic legislation have turned Congress around In some instances, he noted For example, when the Helms amendment was Introduced In 1989 approprlattons legislation, Senators such as John Glenn and F.dward Kennedy, &ctlng on informatton from public health authorities, suc-oessfully challenged men. The Helms amendment stated no federal funds would be used to "provide AIDS edu­cation, lnformatton, or pre­vention materials that pro­mote or encourage homosexu­altcy" Jrational Gay Community Rotes the homophobic amendment, which was defeated In & floor vote. In swnm1n8 up his presentation, Rosenthal urged the The message from the feder- medical andscientlflc al government was clear, Rosenthal said; certain lives are expends.ble If the altemattve Is funding preven-communities to prevent antl-ga,y pr<Uudice from affecting public poll-cy decisions -Christian magazine award "Open Hands;' a Christian magazlne focusin8 on lesblan/ga,y concerns, received two prestigious awards from the Associated Church Press at !ts Ma,y 1989 convention. The "LIV!n8 and LoVin8 with AIDS" IBsue (swnmer 1988) re­ceived an award of merit for best In­depth coverage of a current IBsue among magazines with fewer th&n 10,000 subscribers. In the category of General Excellence, Open hands was one of two magazines In Its cir­culation range to recetve honorable mention. TheACP'sawardofmerltls considered a coveted honor In relig­ious journalism. Open Hands, completing its fourth year of publication, Is published qu&rterl.y by .AJnrrnatlon: United Methodists for I.esblan/Ga,y Con­cerns. The Associated Church Preas Is an assoclat!on of over 1 75 relig­ious newepapers and magazines In the United States and Canad& ACLU files AIDS discrimination suit EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (UPI)-The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois filed suit against the city of Belleville Tuesday on be­half of a man who wants to open a home for AIDS victims. Last month the Belleville City Council voted to deny issuing Charles Baxter a permit to open Our Place, a home for AIDS vic­tims with nowhere else to go. The discrimination suit is being brought under the 14th Amend­ment and the Federal Fair Hous­ing Act. ACLU spokeswoman Gwen Os-borne said it is believed to be the first suit in the country brought under the federal housing act on behalf of AIDS-infected individu­als. "People with AIDS have to live somewhere:' Osborne said. "Just by denying a permit for a group home doesn't alleviate what it is you may few!' Belleville Mayor Richard Brauer said the City Council de­nied the permit without any dis­cussion about AIDS. He said the Zoning Board of Ap­peals warned the group home would "alter the essential charac­ter of the area:· which includes the headquarters for a hospice op­eration, an office building and a junior high school. The area is zoned for commer­cial development, Brauer said, not housing. Charles Baxter, 44, said he made the decision to open Our Place after years of caring for eld­erly and terminally ill patients. He sold his home in Highland, Ill., and moved into a 22-room building in Belleville, with the hopes of making it a loving home environment for up to seven AIDS victims. "I sold my home, I sold my pick­up truck, I sold my car, I sold my antiques:• Baxter said. "I sold everything I owned to put money into this project. I'm to the point where I need help:• Baxter said he worked as a hos­pital administrator until last summer, but decided to go back in­to private practice so he could be in close contact with patients. "The first AIDS patient I had, I was scared to death;' Baxter said. "It's a lot different learning some­thing from a book and walking in­to an AIDS patient's room:· Study reveals inconsistent AIDS discrimination policies An important new stuey by Na- ban dlscrlmlna.tlon against per-­tlon& l Ga,y Rights Advoca.tes sons with asymptomatic HIV ln­( NGRA) shows that the vast ma- fectton. Only one state, Tennessee, jortcy of state civil rights enforce- Indicated that such cllscrlmlna­ment agencies prohibit AIDS-re- tlon would be permissible. Of pa.r­lateddi. ecrUntn&tlon. '!be agencies tlcula.r value to the ga,y communt­enforce the ban through laws that cy, agencies In a majorlcy of states forbid dlscrlmlna.tlon on the basis ( 28 of 51 ) lnd1cated that of physical handicap. state handicap law pro-should not depend upon state of residence-pa.rtlcularl.y when the course of a nation&! epidemic hangs In the balance'.' NORA Executive DU>ector Jean O'Leary commented "Med1cal ex­perts agree that AIDS-related dis-crlmlna. tlon Increases Results also Indicate, however, tects uninfected person that numerous gaps In these laws who a.re suJ:Uect to dis­leave many people with AIDS and crlmlna.tlon because oth­other handicaps without legal ere perceive them to be at protection. For example, several risk for AIDS. states allow employment cllscrtm- According to attorney lnatlonlntheprlvatesect.orordis- Be1')&mln Schatz, Direc­crUntnatlon In housing or public tor of NGRA'.s AIDS Civil accommodations. Other states of- Rlgh.ts Prqject, the study •ailonal Gay CommunUy •otH the spread of AIDS by forcing people awa.y from education and medical attention. New laws must be passed and exJstlng laws must be strength­ened to ensure that all Americans a.re pro­tected against handi-fer no protection to persons with demonstrates the need for the "communicable diseases" or "per- Americans with Disabilities A.ct. ceived" (but not actual) hand!- TheAct,ifpassbyCongresswould caps. broadly prohibit handicap-based '!be study reveals a broad con- cllscrlmlnatlon. Explained Schatz: sensus that handicap cllscrUntn&- "The AIDS virus knows no state tlon laws forbid AIDS-related dis· boundaries. It will continue to crlmlna.tlon. Thus, agencies In 40 flourish everywhere as long as the of 51 states surveyed prohibit dis- fear and dishonescy produced by crlmlna.tlon against people with discrUntn&tlon are allowed to con­AIDS, 35 forbid dlscrUntn&tlon tlnue unchecked in any region. against people With ARC, and :53 · • Tile gu&rantees-of basu:. justlOO cap-based cllscrlmlnatlon'.' - Stonewall stamp '!be United States Postal Service will become the 1l.rst federal agen­cy to of!l.cially acknowledge lesbi­an and gay pride week when it ob­serves the 20th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising by offering a special lesbl&n/ga.y stamp cancel­lation on June 25. The uprising, a riot by ~ of a gay be.r 1n Greenwich Village, signaled the birth of the modern gay liberation movement. '!be special cancellation, which was requested by the Ga.y and Ills­bi& n Alliance Against Defamation, will be available at "Stonewall Sta­tton: · a mobile postal untt to be lo­cated in New York's Sheridan Square all ds,y Sunds,y, JW18 25, the ds,y of New York Cicy's Lesbian and Ga..y Pride Para.de. The cancellation features a logo designed. by prominent New York a.rt1st Keith Ha.ring. It will be af­fixed to !let-Olaes stamped mail dropped at the mobile untt on JllllB 25 orsentlnadvancetoPost­m& Stsr, Room 1037, Morgan gen­eral Mail Facilicy, New York, NY 10199-9991 with a request to use the special Stonewall commemo­ration. Founded In 1985, GLAAD dis­courages stsreocypes and misin­formation about lesbians and ga,y men by sponsoring visibilicy pro­jects and orga.nl21ng grass-roots response to antl-ga.y bigotry, par- ~ t!cula.rly~ the m~ _ ,: *Scandal's Pool tournament, lpm. registra­tion noon *Brazos River Bottom. Steak Night, 4.50, 6pm. Happy hour. noon t1l 6pm. Brazos River Band. lpm •Mother's. 75e well 4-8pm •Chutes Beer bust noon-11pm. liquor bust 4-Bpm. free food, Lube wrestling 5pm start­mg July 1 •OT 's: The Girls of QT's present •Galleon: Steak Night 6pm. Naomi Sims and Dyan Michaels Show 10pm • Rock 'N' Horse: Bloody Marys $1. Live band 6pm-10pm. free hot dogs • Heaven.· Free well 7-9, free draft all night, $1.25 Corona all night. cover Monday * OT ·s 8am-10am, 9pm-M1drnght, 75¢ Well, Domestic Beer & Schnapps • E1J's· $1 Margantas & Kam1kazees. Dart Tournament lpm •Galleon: Best Crowd in Town •Mothers· 15¢ beer 6pm-1am • Rubia's: CLOSED. Available for private !unctions. reserve one week m advance •Montrose M1mng Co .. 3 m 1 happy hour all day,. night. 5¢ draft • Ripcord $1 Margaritas 9pm-2am •Club Body Center: Lockers $3.25 noon­m1dmte * JR's Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm unttl 2am •Galleon. Male stnp contest 10pm • Chutes: Free pool, beer bust. 3pm-11pm, Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght. happy hour noon-10pm * Brazos River Bottom. $1.00 well and beer. 7am-2am • Mary·s: Bowler's Special Night Tuesday *The Ranch. Beer bust & dance lessons • Missouri St Station: Beer Blow 7pm­M1dnite. $1 domestic longnecks • 0 T s_ Bam-10am. 9pm-M1dmght, 75C Well. Domestic Beer & Schnapps • Mothers $1 well. Disco oldies 8pm-12am •Venture-N Pool tourney lpm •Ripcord $1 25 canned beer 8pm-2am •Bacchus: Pot Luck Night. Pool tournament sponsored by OaVJd Carpenter, candidate for Mr TGRA 1990. lpm. $300 entry fee benef1tting the Montrose Clmic •Rock N' Horse Pitcher of t>E:er $2. Steak night 7pm •Club Body Center. 1.12 pflce rooms & Jockers. 7pm-3am •Chutes Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght. Drawing for portable TV, lOpm • Club Romeo: $1.25 beer • The Barn Steak night, 7pm. $4 oo. happy hour 9pm • Brazos River Bottom. C & W dance lessons with Tony & Brent, 9:30 • Montrose Mmmg Co. $1 beer bust 4pm­clos1ng. Men at Work (male dancers) 10pm- 2am • Galleon: Happy hour t1I Bpm. Star Search 10pm. cash pnze and guest appearance Sunday Wednesday • Rock 'N' Horse: Schnapps $1 • Ripcord $1.50 well all day • Montrose Mmmg Co .. Nickel draft beer ma mug 10pm-2am, music of 60's. 70's. SO's •OT ·s. Bam-10am. 9pm-Midmght, 75¢ Well. Domestic Beer & Schnapps •Chutes Steak Night. 7pm-10pm, $4.50 •Club Romeo: Vodka specials •Mother's ''Daddy's Night'' 8pm-m1dn1te. 75¢ longnecks •Ri·~arks: Corporate Ladies Night Out w hors d oeuvres, 4-Bpm •M1~soun St. Station: Professional and Exec­utive Ladies N1te. 5pm til ? • J.R. ·s Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm unt112am •Heaven 10¢ well 9pm-2am. cover, biggest Wed crowd m Houston *Bacchus· Corporate Ladies Happy Hour free hors d'oeuvres t1/ Bpm • Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour7am-9pm. Cheeks of the Week contest, 10:30. $100 first pnze. Pool tourney. 8pm. winner takes $50 plus •Rub1o·s Talent night ($75 first place). drmk specials. dancing ttll 2am. •The Barn: Naomi and her love slaves' 10:30 pm. $200 cash prize Thursday •Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headlin~rs and Fantasy m Motion at 11 pm. M. C. Randy Jobe *The Ranch Beer bust & dance lessons •Ripcord: $1-50 Margantas 9pm-2am •The Barn: Posse Male Dancers, 9pm-2am •Rock N' Horse- All can beer $1 *Club Romeo_ $1.50 well drinks •Venture·N; Pool tourney lpm * Club Body Center; Half price day noon­midnite • Mother's: Mother's Men 10pm-1am • Bacchus: Steak Night, 7pm (you brmg the meat, we supply the rest) • J.R. ·s- 3 m 1 happy hour, $1.25 frozen drmks all day all night • Chutes $1 Margantas m a glass all day­/ night, $1 M1chelob Ory •Montrose Mmmg Co .. · Happy Hour 4-lpm. ($1.10 well & beer} 3m 1 Happy Hour 4- 10pm, Longnecks (domestic beer & soft dnnks $1_10) 10pm -2am.$2.00 beer bust 4· 10pm *Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour t1I 9pm. Hot Dogs & Hamburgers on patio, 7-9pm, Brazos River Band. 9pm. no cover •Galleon: $1 buffet, Bpm * Mary's Leather and Club Night, Beer bust 8pm-m1dmght. $2.00 all you can dnnk Here's the BAR-ZAAR list: places you might consider for drmkmg, dmmg and sensual pleasures Bacchus. 523 Lovett. 523-3396 The Barn, 710 Pac1f1c. 523-0213 Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos. 528-9192 Brier Patch. 2294 Holcombe. 665-9678 Club Body Center 2205 Fannin. 659-4998 Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant, 813 Rich­mond. 522-2365 Charlie's Restaurant 1102 Westhe1mer. 520- 5221 Chutes 1732 Westhe1mer, 523-2213 Cousins, 817 Fa1rv1ew, 528-9204 Ousters 2715-B Waughcrest. 522-9485 E/J's .:.517 Ralph. 527-9071 ~ Club Flamingo. 907 Westhe1mer, 527-8830 ~ French Quarter T heater, 3201 Louisiana. 527 :< 0102 e Galleon. 2303 Richmond. 522-7616 ~ Heaven. Pacific at Grant. 521-9123 J.R.'s 808 Pacific. 521-2519 Keystroke a club on the move. 785-9258 La Cucaracha y Cantlna, 3921 N Main. 864 ~ 5069 0 Lazy J 312 Tuam, 528-9343 ~ Mary's, 1022 Westhe1mer, 527-9669 ~ Mldtowne Spa, 3100 Fannin, 522-2379 ~ Montrose Mining Co., 805 Pacific, 529-7488 (3 Momma'1 Money 534 Westhe1mer, 522-0045 0 Ml11ourt St. Station 1117 Missouri. 524-1333~ Mother's 402 Lovett. 520-7935 ?;; Jo's Outpost 2818 Richmond. 528-8318 l>~ Past Time, 617 Fa1rv1ew, 529-4669 ::o Pot Pie Restaurant, 1525 Westhe1mer 528- 4350 "' O.T.'1, 608 Westhe1mer 529-8813 The Ranch, 9150 S. Main, 666-3464 Rl'Mark1. 2715 Waughcrest. 522-9485 Ripcord 715 Fairview, 521-2792 Rock 'N' Horse. 1220 Taft, 520-9910 Club Romeo. 903 Richmond. 528-9110 Rubio'•. 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 Venture-N 2923 S. Main, 522-0000 INCLUDING JUICES SCHNAPPS PROFESSIONAL & EXECUTIVE LADIES NIGHT EVERY WEDNESDAY Beginning At 5 PM D Happy Hour Prices Till 9 PM HAVE A GREAT GAY PRIDE WEEKEND! OPEN TIAM 11112AM Monday -Saturday Noontin2AM Sundays NEVER A COVER CHARGE ~ ..; "UJ' z ~ Counrry.£)tCO-Odl85 Music ~ r.;;..;;;.;;:;,....:;;;::::;:&.;:=;::;:;:::::=:..1 <( 0 er u. ' a: <( ;5 ti: <( Ill UJ (.) 6 > UJ U) 0 a: >z­0 ::; c~~ Coflet· Shop 1102 Westheimer Daily Specials 522-3332 La Cucoracha Cafe y ~· ~~!~!!~ ~) ~~ 864-5069 ~ OPEN6AM-11PM 2FOR I DINNER WITH THIS AD ~ 'P-J; ~I-~~, - ' .. ~~ The Galleon 522-1616 j "' Q ol. :"c' Q.. lu :c \{I wesrH£tM e11- We celebrate Gay Pride Week with our brothers and sisters in Houston and around the world -the Pax s_Lcl..¥.-e - 11111mmmmmmmnm1111111111111111111111111111mn1111 !i =i I,'.! i i • 1=1 :::a~ a: [ -t • M i -1 ~ 1 I 2923 MAIN • 522-0000 Twenty years since Stonewall, and how times have changed. But how far we have yet to go-just to achieve "equal" rights. Our biggest obstacle is the same confronted by every minority in the past and present in seeking justice: The general public's perception of us. A new book, ')\fter the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Homosexuals in the 90s" by Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen, explores the opin­ions of the great middle America where we are still perceived in all the old stereotypes. Closer to home, in our old stomp­ing grounds, Dallas County is try­ing to survey for the prevalence of the AIDS virus and the Dallas Gay Alliance is opposing this survey. The Dallas Times Herald (formerly owned by the current Houston Post owner) editorialized that the gay community should support the sur­vey having the most to gain by learning the prevalence of AIDS. William Waybourn, president of the DGA, responded this week on the op-ed page of the Times Herald. Pointing out that the gay communi­ty knows all too well how prevalent the disease is, Waybourn also not­ed the unfortunate truth every­where that the straight news media have never understood, let alone acknowledged, the efforts of the gay community in dealing with this epidemic. We deal with AIDS everyday and, as Waybourn points out, the gov­ernment wants to study it (this was Reagan's legacy in dealing with AIDS). Waybourn concluded that "unfortunately, they need our cred­ibility to pull of/ this survey and it's not for sale-not after having paid for it with our lives:' One of the Houston Chronicle's letter writers the other day couldn't understand spending any money on persons with AIDS, concluding "they" knew the risks and should pay the piper. Putting aside the basic inhumani­ty of this letter writer, it also under­scores the continuing ignorance of the general straight public about i~ r-:::1-SHEER INSANITY• ~ DAQUIRI FACTORY ;:: 0 .z... :D 0 (/) m < 0 0 m ~ :D ~ > :D AIDS. Those who are getting sick _ and dying were, most likely, ex- - posed years ago before anyone knew of the disease, let along the risk. Twenty years ago we began to tell America that we are here and are truly everywhere. Now we must achieve some understanding as to whom and what we are. We must educate the media. We must edu­cate middle America. Perhaps first we must educate our own families. It is not enough to leave this to each individual gay man or lesbian. It is not enough to leave it to our various gay political groups. We need a well-organized, well-con­ceived national effort to challenge the stereotypes and to establish positive gay/lesbian images-a battle plan if you will. So on this notable anniversary let us plan for the next great battle so that when Stonewall marks its quarter-century we can say that we have engaged the enemy and they are ours. And it is our fervent hope that at that time we shall all be here to celebrate. 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