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Title Montrose Voice, No. 448, May 26, 1989
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Date May 26, 1989
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript Montrose Voice THE NEWSPAPC." VF MUN 1AOSE Ll (aunumntlV \Jubh•titn • lfomp.tng D FRIDAY, May 26. 1~90 I UE 448 MONTROSE WEATHER HOT HOT, HOT Par'"ly 1w1y through Mon';lay HIQhl about 92. lows about 75. Very shghl chance ol '\howera Sunday & MC'"dl'ly Texas House gives final passage to conservative AIDS bill Hy JEHi CLAUSING fOfl TMI MVN, l'IOlt VOtt;I! AllSTIN, Texaa CUPl>--Thl• 'l't·xna llou11{' W<.Jm·aday aent back to the S1·nntto ih1 l'c.>n1>nvative ver11ion of <·ontrover1>ial $18 million omnibus AIDS h·1ul!llation-but without the ov4!'rwht-lmintc aupport llt'en a day earlit>r- Huuae zntmhc.or11 'l\if'sday tenta­tivt" ly approvt'd the: bill-which dt .. letea an anti-diat·rimination dauM­• gainat AIDS p.atic.-nta and t'Jimi nalee communit)'·bued t'duution aran\8-(ln a 141-0 vott'. And aftn that unantmoua \'Ott-, sponsoring Hepe. Mike ~cKmney. IJ-Centl"rville, and Billy Clemona, D-Pollok, said the bill waa the beat thty could do and that the Senate ehould not even try to negotiate dif ft'rencea in a conference commilte-t. But a third sponsor, Rep. Nancy McDonald, 0-El Paso, on final pai;.. 11age Wednei-day urged her col lt'agut'11 to keep an open mind to fur­ther compromitie. 'Thia w&..b a compromiae bill. Cff­ta. inly not somt·thing we all would be happy with;' 11he 11aid. ··J think Wt' could do betl4!'r. but I'm going to vote for the bill because I want it to 10 through the procff#.." Rep. Debra OanburK. U-Hou1don, chnngNl lwr vott- on !inn! pati age, saying a numbn ut t·rr11n1 httd been madt> and thnt ~he had ht•t·n told tht·n· would l~ no rompn•m1se by the HouHt'. Hep. Paul Moreno, )} El PaKO, aaid ht' would not vote on final PB.If· Mge. If thl"tlt' people an· not woing lo comproll'lllM!, we llte being takt·n (or a bum·h of foot. 1n voting for this.'' Mon·nllau1d ~kKmney and Cll>mona amd af· ter final paa!tage they would al(Tee to a conferenc(' comm1ttt•, but re1t· t'ra1t'd their t'arher atak'menta that the bill u passed l\iesday 1a in a sense a conference report. "This i11 a result of a pre-eonfer ence conference in the House," he said. "The bottom line ia there'• no sense in havingone. Ifthey want to have a conference we'll have a run· ference, but the trulh ilJ w(''ve al ready agreed to what we've agrffd to.• Clemons aaid he is willing loCQm• promise eome on the proJ)Oflal, but both he and McKinney aaid the House will not approve an anti-dilf crimination clau11t, which along with the deletion of grant.a for cum· munity-bued t>ducation prugrama is eeen 88 a major aticking point. "'It wouldn't get 00 'YOtea out Texas House exempts gays from fair housing act AUSTIN tUPI,-The Tex8.11 House Wwine11day tentatively udopte<l u fair housinJC net thut in· rludt'S litnl{Utttce •t><--cifically t'X duding homC»l(•xualit and tran11· vt·14ik8 Jrom protedionti ugaim1t di~niminntion The lunguatce waM added in an um<'ndmt-nt by Rep. Dick Waterfidd, R-Canadian, to the meui;url' by Sen. Jo:ddie Bernice Johm10n. D-J)allas. bringing the Superconducting Su pn Collider to Waxaha.('hif',aouth of Dallaa. Tht- amt>ndment, which wu1-1 added before debate wai; poHt· ptint·d Tue1:1day, makes no n•al changeA. rui the federal measure prohibiting housing discrimina· tion on the basis of age, sex, ra(:e, religion or handicap offera no protection:; based on suual pref· ere nee. what t ne. ~for ii to do, nd that i11 tak1 nirt' of thf.> lt'dt·ni.l h11u11- ing:• Wutt'rht Id aaid of his amendmt·nt. ''It said in nnting, that Ht·xual orit·ntation waH not a U·8t. In oth(·r wurds if it u1 u trantt· veatite or a homoHexual, you don't. have to n•nt to th(·m." House, said that in addition to the SSC agreement, the propoaal ia needed to protect federaJ Housing and Urban Development funds for cities. "The city of Waco just recently was denied its block grant money because they did not have a fair housing ordinance. Cities all across the state will be facing the same problem on federal block grant money if they don't adopt an ordinance:• Shine said. Johnson said th~ legislation, which basicaJl)o· tn1.cka thf.> fedt-ral Fair Houa1ng Act. waaintroduced as part of an agreement the atate n•achcd with frd:f.>ral official• for Still, Waterfieldsaidhewanted to add the language to make sure the bill was not a ''gay right..s" measure. Although the proposal does not rt:ally chantct· the intt•nt of the act, it waa unclear Wttineadav wheth· er it would threatt-n final ,pWU1age of the uct if it i11 stnt hnC'k to the St'nate on third reading Thurtr day unchangt-d Ht"p. Hugh !"hine. RTemple. who 8ponsored the measure in the '"If we have a state statute th•t the cities relate to, then it's notKO­" This made ~ure that it hu ing to be necesaary'.' Dr. Red Duke says he would consider job of surgeon general ll,- PA! i.A l>ITTRICK FOii 'IE M<>1 FI05l VOICE Dt James "Hed" UukeThursdav said he wat 1\v.OO by hia t-olleaguee' C'ampaitcn promoting him 8lf. a candidute to rt·place C. t;._·erett Koop as liUrKt.'On KCnt·ral. addinM he hrua no idea wht"th(·r hfl miKht be off('rt.-d tht• Joh. A folksy Tt·Xlltl phyai('iun \)t't>t known for hi11 tl'lev11:non rf'porta on ht·alth, Duke autd h wou Cl t'{•ns1dn th1• Jnb but h(> has little infor· mtllion on wht.•1h("r ht• is a p(1t1Jo1ible succeSBOr lor Koop, who rt'MiKnt·d eurlier this Yt'M. " I do not know what the thunder is going on.' l>ukt· told nporh'n1 during a new11 ctmft'r· l"n<·t· 'All thi.8 furor that ha• (M:currt>d ii; n•ally kind of surprising. rm both awed and hum· blt:>d, nnd I'm shy, and I'm all those thingis 'A11 faru I know. I ha\.·t'n't bet>n nominated for anything. I'm 11urt'! m)' name has been ru18t"d:' u a pouible candidate, Duke said up­on returnmg to Houston from Cincinnati what• he had 9'l'rvt'd a. v1s1ting professor. l>uk.e has a eyndiC'au-d IM"riee on ht•alth pro­du~ through the Univenuty ofTexasHealth Se1enre (~·nter. He is an expert on trauma mechcine but addrebe& Keneral health t<1piat m his tt'le'Yision ahowK. •• 1 love bemg a doctor. I love being a crusader for trauma. I lo\·e doing my T\ thing. I ,..as not ooking for a job when all this cam up, Duke aaid. Hf' ~aid the 1dt'a was first mt-nt1ont'<l to hun by Dr. Bruce D. Hrown('r. chil·f of orthopedic surgery at the t:ninnuty of Tt•xBA MedicaJ St.·hool ut Hou11ton. I-frowner took th1· 1dL·a •o colli:•agues nnd tm·nds. Rt nt•ruting t•nthus1 sm.amongth localand11t. ter1l"edi ul •a."'" litihment Dr. Sam l'fixon, prt•t>idt·nt of th(' Harns County Mt•dital So<:il'ty, said hoth thl' Tt>Xllll Medical Ajo(sociation and tht• I lnrri11 ( 'ounty Medical Society have agreed to 11upport Duke for the 1ob. !\ix.on said he talked with KooJI last Wt"ek and mt'ntioned Dukt•a name, addin.c Koop in· dicated that a number of J>t>oplt' wt•rt· inh rest· ed in the job. t\ixon und Hrowner 1aid they did not know the names of otht.-r possible candi­dates. Duke. 61, has practiced trauma suncery m Houston for decades and foundt-d lh•rmann HDtipital'a Life flight OperationM m 1~2 He is a founding memlx-r of the 1\mmcan Trau· ma Socit"ty Duke ~aid he is inh•reeted in tht·Job, pnrt1cu­larly because such a pot1t might help him pro­mote the importance or good t·mertct•nt·y medi c.ilcan '"That would be a bait that might make me hit that plug if I really thought I could make a difference," Duke said. "I would definitely con­sider it." ··1 havt-n't got the foggiest idea" of theactu· al d1ann-s of being offered the job. J>uke •aid, addinK that ifhewprenamt'd aurtceon tcennul, l} 'lid want 'il ·ontmue pY'acikinit med\· c n~ on a part-tune ba1us. 'l think J can best be a public health com· municntor by being in the trenche8 some:· lluke 11oaid of his desire lo continue practicing medi<:int'. l\o(ip wai:; named surgeon general by Pri!ei dent Reagan in 1982 and became a nationally rf'<"Dgnized figure with his controversial, out­spoken attempts to limit spread of the AJIJS virus. He went from being scorned by liberal• u a "D~ Kook" to being hailed by many formt•r fntics a.is the best surgeon general ever. Civil nghla groupt>, which opposed him, came to \'it'"" him as a friend •nd aJly. Simultaneously, many consenrativee im­t. ally drawn to Koop becauee of his oppmiition to abortion. blasted the evangelical Chri8tian "or advocating condoms to children and ac­cused him of abandoning the political right. thl'rt',' l\kKinn~y 11aid of tht- St•n att'·approved anti·diHtrimination clautit• Anothtr prohll·m i11 in language lht• House mandate11 in education ms.tt-rialt on All)S The House hill would r~uirt' that th()fl(• mutl'nala Hpt>cify that hom1 kXUal tlCti\.ity and intraven<iu drug UJolt·-two ofthr highest ri1;kao­. ti.v.i lit'8 for AIDS- -ure ill~al in Tex That. wording haa bttn critidzt>d by ~matt-mt'mbtona11anattempt to apJ»Uf C'Orustt\.'8t1vt11 who w11nt to take a more punitivt' approach to the diat>ase, .... ·h1ch hu affected moatl)' gay mtn. We're New Your Montrose Voice is now in standard (broadsheet) newspaper format ... and we're pub­lished every Tuesday and Friday. INSIDE: Bar· Zaarandthe Friday Fox A tabloid supplement to the Montrose Voice The Omega House Mayfest last Sunday at Spotts Park abounded in brave acts and good cheer. Shown here: Ron Jensen, Mary Walbert and Jerry Atu•ood just after their water balloon contest. l'rnnyl· Williama and Rodney Zu:1ckrr honorf-'<i for their u.'ork u·1th prople 1uthAJDS City honors two Montrose residents Pt·rmye Willinma and Rodney Zwickt-r. known in Montrot1t• for lht'ir llf"r\'1t·t· to pt><1ple "'1th AIDS, rt't't'ived <'ily of llou11lon prudama tion• Friday, May 12, from Tom Porty,ood. an a1tai11t.ant to Mayor Cathy Whitm1rt' Williama w aa honort'd · for her outetanding humanitarian t'ffort which has dt>mun•lratt>d tht• finest .itnd most exrmplary qualitit"S of mankind her ..-n-·i«' to the city'• re111denlll as well a• ht•r dianity of chara(·tt· are to be commended by all of u11 who value the ideal of .erv i('t" to peopll' in n4!'fd_ . Willi11m~ wu instrumental m N· tabliahinl{ the All>S Trouble Fund. now a part of the Colt 4.)'1 pro­ararns. Zwicker wu honored forh1•' ma jur contribulion11 to the community ~t !:J;°!i~~,~~~)~n~~::;:~~~ inK. tel('v1sion intervit>wa and loh­b> ·in)( efforta. San Francisco gives domestic partners legal status llv CHHIS CllKYSTAI, P1...it ?HE MONT VOICE SA?\f FH.A~l'JSCO 1l'Ph-The Board ol Supervisors unanimous­h pa1uu-d lt•5r1alatwn t>Stl\hliahing domt'fltic partnt>nhips for non· marrit-d t·ouph'8, induding homo­M• xualA, whulivetof(t"tht•rin "inti­mai..: nnd n1mm1Utod" rt-lotion· ahips. The mt·tt11Urt•. whi<:h mul.'t be votM upon ugnin in the nut few dnyM to rt'<'eivt> fmal pattaage, would tcrant Sun Fran<'i8'.·o'a esti mawd 100,000 goya and leabians, BA well at1 heh·rosexual couples, offidal Ktatu11 that prohibits dis­l'rLm1nation "Wt> ar(• nut exknding the btne­fil- 8 of mnrrillKt' Wt"t C'an not do that fur ht•t1•ru8(•XURI or KBY ('OU· plt>A but wt• C'Rn make 11urt> thev are treatt-J fairly;' Hoatd Presi­dent Harry Bntt said Britt. a homoal'xual who vigor­ou11ly bat·ked tht• ordinanCC", Hid it givt"ll unmarried tovera living k1f(f'tht>r somt.• of the aamt• righta at1 mnrried rouplt'S, aiuch aa tit* cial ho11p1t11l and JBll vu1itation" "If my heart tell1 me and your heart tells you that we 1hould share our hvea together and c•no for one another, the governmt'nt has no businesa telling us we will be discriminat(.-d again1t:• Britt said. The board also approved a rt'Ao­lution designed t.o makt' it JXisei· hie for cit.y employee• to obtain health insurance benefit.a for their domestic partners equal to whose ginen spouses. The measure asks the mayor to appoint. a task force that will de­velop a pla n for extending health benefits to gays and INbian, and other unmarried partnen1 of city employees within three month&. The ordinance definesdome"t1l· partners a• ''two pt'Ople who ho .. ·e ch<>flen to share one anolht-r'• live. in an intimate and commit· ted relationship of mutu•I car­ing:• To be eligible, both partners mu&t live in San FranciMCO, or one must work in the city Domestic partnerahipe could be (ormed by t WO n rt le ~ >pie onr If! v.ho s1Jm a declaration prov1dc-d by the county clerk Ut(rt'l'inK to 11hure basic livinf( l"X pt"nKt•S. The form muMt be filt-d with the t·ounty clt'rk or, for privat·y, a no­htriud <·opy· prt'S<·nll'd to a third party witness to tht' ~i)(ning. It nNilt.·• no additional lt•gal obligation, and the partnership could be diMMolvt'(I by fil ing writ· H•n notitt• Unmarrit·d couples living to­gether shouldn't sufft'r discrimi· nation jut>t bt>t·nul'll' they don't fit the "traditional definition of the way pt"()ple tuke C'are of and love each otht•r;' Britt suid ''Sc-1mt- of these art' f(RY prople. who partit·ularl~ during the AllJS t·pidt>mic have •hown an t-normous amount uf caring and coura11t.- and showed our relat1on- 11hip11 can he very powerful and beautiful things:• he uid. "Then: have bttn eome awful atom• of J>f'Opledenit-d the ability to takt• care of their partners;• :<uch as L"lose •tncken ¥ri1th ac­quired immune dtfinmcy Ayn drome. Untt Bftld ·we art' demt"d part1C'ipation in mama.gt• We cun work for benefit but wt• ("Rn 't provide them for our loH·d Ollt'8. Wt• havt• no aM1urom·t' tht·y <·nn vi"'" it us m hosp1tnl11 und jailM;' he t1uid ''H peuplt• lo\.·t· t•urh other, tht.- govnnment tihould not im poHe vnlm• judgmentM. The menaurt• pua11NI on tht­birthday anmversnry of llnr vey Milk, a crusudinM KOY city sup('rvisor ~hot to death nlonl( with Mayor Gt•orgt· Moscone by formN Supervi11or J)on Whitt> in 197~ ''Harvey Milk t..t1u1eht ua that nobody i11 really frt't' us long a11 any human being il!I drnit'd fun· dument.al l!lflf-n'SpecC' Britt aaid. Three oth('r ( 'alifomia c1llf'S, We11L H<>llywcHKI. Herkt"ley and !"an ta {'rut, haH" romparahlf' >rd1nancea rt'C'ognizing marril?d couple8. ~ July eyed for ~ possible special :E w session (,) 6 AUS1'IN (UPl>-lf o 11J><·~:iul llt'IJ· ~ ~~~~~ i~h;rol:~:,; ~~~:~~~'t u~11 0 ti) alter lhe lndepend('nCt' l>ay holi ~ day, Gov. BillClementfsaidThuna- ~ ::~:~~~i~ ~=~r::k~: a't:~t ~:: 1uble dates for the extra 1M"111ion, which could last up to 30 day•. Clementa declined to ffpeculate on what bills might be on a special 11eseion agenda other than work<·r• compeneation reform "The one thing that I hove 1m1d for au re is that if we don ·t get a proper and acceptable workeu compensation bill, there will be a 8pecial se1>sion, and I'm not going to 10 beyond that." he said Although a compromialt' on an Sl!i million omnibu1:1 Al OS package ie allO in trouble, C.:lemt-nta gave mixed 1>ignals Thursday over whether he would include the legi8· lation in a special se"'t0ion The governor told reporten at firftt that he would not intlude an AIDS mca~mre. "A11 far as I know. it doeain't rt•· quirt' a SJM'(:ial 1>t'811ion:· he t<Oid ""They have had plenty of time and amplt' opportunity to romc up with a bill." Hut Clemcnt.s lateraaid reporters wt·n- .. jumping to oonclu1nona"' if they speculated the AIUS bill Yoould not Ix- considered •·1 ha'"en't said either way:• he said. ·J will take it undercon .. idera· tion· Your Montrose Voice is now published twice week­ly ... every Tuesday, every Friday. REIN-CAR-NATION -~ ~ Complete Automotive Services Catering to the Needs ol Our Community 1901 Taft (713) 522-3041 • HIGH SPEED COPYING • MULTI PART WR'v!S • CO'v!PUT[R rOR'vlS • rLYERS •BROCHURES • LETTERHEADSIEIW[LOPES • BUSIMSS CARDS • INVOICES • PURCHASE ORDERS • NEWSLETTERS The business life: Houston 'Says Cheese' By JEFF BRAY Th(' Montro..t' Voice Don't ever serve stuffod pea pods-or at least if you do, don't ask Pat Simi to prt'pare more than JUSt a dozen, 'I quoted them at a quarter a piece:• says the owner manager of Say Chee1;e, :1920 Wt'8theimer in Highland Village. •·t thought it would beeaay. Instead, I 11atupall night long. Jt took two p<."()p)e for each pod. It's very labor inten· sive! I made 800 of them, and the next morning ofter I delivered them, J read in a cookbook that they were not recommended for large parties:· Live and learn ia practically a motto for Sims. who ha• been run· ning his eclectic shop in Highland Village since 1985. When he.tart­ed the business, he wanted the fin­est foodstuffs available without a hyped up atmosphere-some­place where people could come in and buy high quality items and feel at home. Sims' says his goal is to make it easy for the workingwoman to en· tertain; relieve the bachelor from eating in retstaurants every night, and enable familiea to have spon· taneous picnics in style. To achieve these goals, he ha& be­come a caterer, a take-.outchef and a crazed picnic batiket stuffer. He carries 38 different cheeses and pates, dozens of imported coffees and teas, and a dizzying array of salads. Thebe include garden fresh vegetables, marinat­ed salads, gounnet chicken salads and seafood salads. While some are exotic, all are made with natu· ral low cholei;terol oils. Sims also carrie; a wide array of homemade cookies, muffins and cakee, u well as chocolates, C'hampagne and wine. To top it off, there"s even a Bluebell ice crt'am corner for those inevitable summer cones. What exactly doesn"t Sims car­ry in his store? .. I grew up in New Orleans;· he says, looking at 'he delicious clut­ter around him. "There were shops like this there, where my mother would spend two hours Ptol)TQ~Jf.HllAAl Pat Sims: Hou.· ra11 yuu MG)' no to proplf' ra11nns nwnt>y for Omt>ga House{ Th~e art> my frwnds d.vrn11. If the rommunity d1dn ·1du11, noonr rl11e uould· jm;t talking with £rit-nd11.She'ddo her shopping, too; but tihe rcally talked more. ?'-;ow even l'\ew Orle­ans has changed. I wanu-d that sort of fricndly atmot1ph('re here, and J think l"v<• done pretty well." Sims at first specialized in exot· ic and very expensive jam", j('llys and oils to cater for a growing lux· ury cooking market. Unfortunate­ly, in late 1985, the Hout1ton t"C"Ono­my sliced into hi11 profita by reduc­ing the general con11umption of such luxury itt·ms. Ilia was the fin>tshop in the newly rcdesigncd Highland Villagt•, and 1t wu a struggle at fin1t not to bE> the firwt failure under the nt-w t'<"Onomic conditions. "I decided not (•veryone liked the same thingi; I liked,"' he says with a shrug. "That first year was rough, but the neighborhood real· ly pulled through for mc. They came in and gave me rc<:ipes of things they wanted mt" to make. They told me what the~· wanted and I would make it, and ifl didn't know how to make it, I went in back and got down the cook book and learned how The Say Chee~e location used to be the infamous Puppy Corral for 32 years. Sims says it took more than several coals of paint to eradicate the puppy smell. Just down the way was the equally no­torious Gay Dot, where Houston used to procure its party goods. "Evel')· once in awhile we have little old ladiee coming in here to buy pet food~ Sims aays, laug:h· ing. "'I"'"·e sort of been able to watch this place come alive."' Sims worked at Foley's for years before going out on his own in the business world. He prefers keeping his own hours, even though they're far more demand­ing than pre .. ·iously. He has spent incredible hours working on very strange orders for customers. "One night I had to make 1000 box lunchee for a client. and they wanted each one to have a ribbon. I got 110 dt'8pernte. I called a irater· nity at Hice Univ('rsity, and all these guys c-amE" and helped put ribbon• on the boxes. Imagine all these butch boya sitting up all night curling ribbon! I lost S500 on that Job."' Why on earth would Sims take on such a u111k, when the lure of euy corporate reward is always on the horizon'! " I guess I was insane:' he be­gins thoughtfully. "No, I guess it was New York When I was in New York I found all thet'e won· derful shops like in Nt!w Orleans. and I decided I would do it here in Houaton." But Highland Village is so Yuppie. Doe. Sime find his clien· tele to be fairly boring? "We have the moi;t unusual cli­entele here;· he saya. "We did a survey a while back and found that we have three kinds of cus· tomer. We have the lunch crowd, which works at Greenway Plaza or in the Galleria art"a. We have the catering customers, who are usually V.:ith charitu·s and large businesses. We work with the Mar('h of Dimee, AFH, the Hous­ton Ballet, the Houston Symphon­y and Theater Under the Stars. We have a hell of a good time, and some of the client.A let me be really creative. Our third type of customer is the Saturday customer. Saturday il:i a retail day. People lake lhingts home. It's real relax("d and casual all day long. We get parents with kids, and gay couple8 and elderly people. Very mixed." or C'OUMJe, Sima is not new to ec­lectic atmOHphere in retail. His mother Ul:ied to run a store called "'Sleeie .. in l'\ew Orleans. " It was in the Quarter, and it sold ladies' lingerie. It was like Fredrick's of Hollywood. There were ladies of the evening and gentlemen of the enning-every· thing you could imagine."' Sims reflects, however. that Houston it not a truly culinary market. Larger •tort'8, like Randall's and Jamail'a. have eat· en into his market bet'ause they *************************************** !* FUN ... FUN ... FUN *! lf- Buy a Pager and be available! * * ! New NEC d1g1talAl1brator pagers only $99.95 * Holds 12 numbers in memory and vibrates. ! * Buy Yours Today' * ** No Credit Necessary * ! 621-2822 Page MEI, inc * 4252 Richmond Ave., Suite 103 ! MC. Vtsa. Discover. Checks Open 10am-5pm M-F lf- : Need Me' Page ME! * *************************************** ah~o t·arry the r<•gular grocery 11ton· 61tutf a1 Hlaples. Despite the Ul:lual buaineu frustrations, thouKh, Sims 1ays hE" can't think of what el.Jifo he'd rather do. 'l lovc what I do. I work ."\O houn1 a wttk, but no two days are alikt•, und no two things e .. ·er ll'avt· thi11 pla('(' the same. I a.k the ('UHtomer1 what they want Afu.•r all, it'a their food. not mint« I don't put my name on anything, and I don't put mnyonnaiseonan· ything, Nther. It's nil natural ~;vt·n the chkk<·n snlnd is differ ent every day, even though J)e()ple in the rt'Slaurant busine88 say it's a no·no to vary your food. I don"t agrtt:' Whtn Sims isn "t fixing food or finalizing catt·ring jobs, he some­how finds Limt' to throw himsl'lf into CX•mmunity projf'Ct.8. He is now V('ry involwd in the Metro­politan Community Church (MCCHJ, und is h£'lping to spon. &Or tht• upcoming Pride Week evenh1, induding the bash at Astrnworld. Customf'n> can buy a S25 tkket to the event for only ~':J.50 at Say ('httse. The 1:1tore ha.!l also t'ponsored tht.> Miss Camp America PaKeant,. and is now tn· volvcd in an uproming Gay Pride Wet•k t-nnt ht'lpintt kick off the Montr06e Community Center on West Gray. •·1 do loflt of community things becauMe I want to:• he says proud· ly, ·•1 spcnt a good five months helping bring the quilt here. The Mar('h on Austin was fantastic! I think Say Che('Se should be a part of that. Hnw can you say no to people raising money for Omega House? Those art> my friends dy· ing. if the community didn"t do it, no one els{' would" An AIDS ~nefit can 1tandn on the counter nearby, and Sims sayl"I that hi1 ('UMtomers are very sup­portive ofhi11 involvement in gay causea. It hasn't hurt his businl'~s at all. 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Tht• !lt't:· ond tip c;·amt· from tht· publici~t who nrrnngl"<I for me lo interview Wt·be on the film'• behalf. The third ._ip romt'8 from Wt•bt-r h1mKelf durinl{ tht· intt·t\: it·w. · 1 f I Wl'fe (t(ft,Y , I'd telJ you;' he &a}"8 openly. ·Sexually I don't knovo v.1hat•trauzhtor~ay1san)'more I ~d a 1t~1cher oncl' who told me,. 'You don t know what you'rt" g1~ mg to iom thenextf:H~·mmute-s. A mar 00 man doean l knov. 'or tiU~ lhat he wont look at anolht"r mnn one- ,fay ll?ld aomething "ill c tC'k. >r that hu1 wife v.on't f!Ud dt·nly fin<l l:ienelf attracted lO an· olht r woman'." The more ht• nlk1:1, tht• moreron- Your Full Service Productions 709 Scu. lewood Hc.r.· Telas 77007 861-9303 BETTER LAWns & GARDEilS Total lawn maintenance Commercial-Residential • Lundscdpe • T· . h Remoudl • Ct ·nneq Sweep ~ Scnncc • ~lumps Remoued • Cmr.nlete Spr.nkler Sr,astems FREE ESTIMATES! BEST PRICES! 523-LAWN PARADISE NEWS &VIDEO 14029 Eastex Fwy 449-0710 OPEN 24HRS 2 Tc~enArc1de Private Viewing Room!­$& 1 V•dto $10-2 Videos V1doo Ren1ai1 & Sales Full Lin• OI Novelli .. Magazines & Paperback1 fus(-d I be<:ome As Weber 11peaks of having "ht-en in lovi: with a lot of people" in hiM life, he avoids identifying them b)· 1{t>ndt•r. ••I don't really can if Pf>oplt> think I'm guy:' he says. "If tht•.\' think rm straight or gay, it's gn·at-nt lt•ost they think I'm going to l'k·d with 'some'body .. When I photograph 111omt•one, the last thing I think ahuul is which wa:y they·rt' "winl{ing ... The kind of men I likc bt·tit arC' lht• onht who aren't alraid logo up to another guy and say, 'Ht•y, you look great!.,, .. In Morocco e.ol· diers walk hand in hand and p<"O­ple think nothing of it ucept maybe ~me American tourisl8 who JUst arrived-but if that hai>­pt" ned in New York tht· guys would get beat up:' Weber say~ he"i- always hn·n cool about it. •·whcn I started I had a lot of people againl'il mt• be-. l'ause 1 photographed a lot of mt·n. hut I nt·vt"r took tht"nttll'Jdt·of·l II ~how them '" His pictures ht· aovs, tt"nd to "show eomNhing I w~s fN"ling or Koin(C through at tht1 tmll":· This IN•.ds him into the furor cauK('() by his phot.oa dii.· pluyed in London r('('t'lltly. Hedt'­scrilK'i> tht·m UM Mhowing ''m<'n dm1t• togl'lht·r." and iM ns Ul-lual un· rufllt.J hy tlH' t•ontrovcri;y· ''lkt thr work n·prt'tit·nt what it wants to tiomt"hmly At l(>afOt tht·y ft>el 11omt·'thing whm tht•y look at it." Befort' Let's Get 1..ost"' bt"Cam<' u f1•,1tun· Wt•bt·r hud Chet Baker's pt•nutawnon to film him for three mmuh'8. Suddenly, he relutt's, •( ·hetty put hia arms around ml' 11nd aqueezed me so hard I took a atcp hack and said. ·1 want this film to go on~ In a way it was be­caust• of thi11 strnnge physicality betwet·n two men that the film wits madt" Of eounte it Wtt.S ma· mpulation un his part bt-cau~e h(> knt·w I'd rt't'pond the way I did" Tlrnl kind of manipulation ii­tn1it ·nl lf Bahr, who was a hero­in addict for mort• thnn half hiM lift• To 1·wnr Wd>er dt"IK·ribe him, he never knew wht·re his next fix was coming from, but he knew ht­could alwayi:. do some work to earn the mon('y for it, wh('ther it meant playing u j{i(C or slurring in a cheap Italian movit· When Webt"r took Haker to Kt't' "Broken Noi-eM" a t ('unnes while they were shooting "Lt·t's Cit·t Lost;' Baker lnught•d a lot during the screening; but when it wnK over he madt' no l'nmment-even though the film was d('dicau.•d to him and ui-00 some ofhiM music­excepl to ask Webt.-r, 't'tm I hao,.·e some money"! I wanna go out to dinner with Diane. It's said that Wt"bt•r ht.'Cnmt· a fan of Baker at the agt"of 16 from seeing his picturt' on an ulbum cover. William Claxton, who took many of th<' motit wtdrly cin:ulal· ed photos of Baker an tht• '50s, is featured in ··Let's Gt·t Lost~" So are thrt-'(' mt-n Weber t•on11ide"' Baker "lookalikt·s"-Andy Minsker. the'"Hmken '.\o!'t'A" hox• t·r; sin~cr t'hri111Maak and Flt·n ol tht• Hed Hot Chih Peppt""ris. Wt•her 11ay11 Bnkt-r t·njoyed b. ing around tht S('t imnges of h youth: "St .. .-ing oil tht"flt' littlt ( 'ht•t Bttkt·rs ht' thought, ·1 t-ould hang out with tht·st· guyM."' Jndt•t·d, Wt"~·r kl'pt Bak t·r MUrroundrd by young pt"<1plt• to kt"t'P him inlt'n•10ted. "If I'd trit·d to mukt• him 8itdown with Montrose Voice is now pub­lished !C 0 .z... :II 0 "m' ~ 0 m l\ bun('h Of OlUMiC'illns hil'l OWll fwt'ce OKt', )l{I wouldn'thuvt•Hhown up tht• Mt't·ond duy I It' thought ht• kl WUM 2·1 ll i8 attitudt• WI.IS lO· wee y tally t·hildlik1•. toward t:very thm.:· every Wht'n h1• l()(d pt>uph· the 1rnb- Jl'<'t of " I.tot's Gt·l Lo:.t," Wt·be r Ji d •ayo, ' they would ru<k, 'Who·, ues ay, w:onna ph1y Cht-t Hakt>r'f ('har Ii• Sh, .. n'?"' l'<>hody else cou <\ every Frt'- han• played tht· man, the filmmaker hf.li(•\'l'8 ... Cht't wa lllwnys ·ptnyina (.'hN Bakt>r. - dO}I. wa11 thr rolt" ht> w&8 born to ' play. and he jm1t plnyl"d it to tht• hilt. Ht• hud the coolnt'8.s of a bla<:k pergon and he could talk hip without &0unding phony. And Wl'l>er dot"sn 't belit<ve Bakt·r had any n·grets about tht• way ht• plny<'<i his purt, ex et·pt ix·rhaps for tht· final st-em', n fall from an Amstt-rdnm hotd window thut wos officially la lwh·d suiddl' hut hab been l'Ullt'{I murdt·r by pt_·oplt• who knt•w the mon. ·•1 don't think you f.:N to dt .. ddt• how you're born or ho\\ you dit·:· Wdx•r cnmments, "but I thmk if t'ht•t had had a choict' ht· would ban• wantt<I to go out in a motorcycle crash or a C'"lT craMh-not just an ordinaQ· crash hut 8 ttally spectacular BruC't' Webt·r. photographl·r. Possibly hett>roscxual, proba· hi)· hiauunl, perhnpsa forerun· nt•r of the :list Ct"ntury man to whom 8l·xual orit•ntation won ·1 lwsut·h u bigdt"ul. As \\.'t·lx-rad· mil#, •·J dc•n't know who l"m go ing to foll in lo\·e with nt·xt..'' .3111 ]i:lcmurg (Of ... -MARC W. STILES May 16. 1989. Marc W Stiles passed from this llfe as we know 1t. 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Richard K('\'hng, di· re<:tor of t:1tud1·11t health 11erviCt'ti at tht• t'ninrsity of Virginia and president of tht' RK8ol.'iat1on, '"There has been a tt-nd<·nt\ in sex education programs to ~h·al not with behavior hut with lat.·ta. That i8 to pr('\.'t.•nt information aboutdisf.>a~t'ff ... What wt•rt· tulk ing about here is young J)(>()plf' at riAk heeause of bt>havion1:· Kt<·I mg said. The yearlong Al l>S study, t·on· ducted with a saoo.cx>O grant from the federal CenterH for DiMeUMe Control, determined "roughly two student.a per thousand who seek medical attention in their studl'nt health cent('rs, and who require blood i.amples as part of their treatment, are HIV-po:;itive. HIV, or human immunodefi­ciency virus, can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome but an eotimated 60 percent to 70 per cent of those infected m.· .. ,er de ... el op a full case of AJDSandinstead many suffer Alrn)·related com· plex CLUB BODY CENTER Of the 16,Xfil blood 1ulmples, JO h'llh·d potoiti\·t• for tht· AIL>S virus, an ovt·roll rate of 0.2 pe-r«•nt, tht' study toaid. Thf' raw at 10 11chool11 WUH Z('r() whilt> fivt· ttporkd UA pt·rN•nt or hiKhn. Of tht' :10 u•.-tinK positive, 28 wt·rt• mt•n, but to maintain C'onli· dt•ntiality, the study did not ke<·p HhlliHtics for the individual 11<.·hools or stud('nts' namt"M. Kt•t'linK 1mid the 0.2 J>('r<·ent rule was higher than expt'Cted nnd, •·we art" more di11turbed than heartened.'' Dr. Helene Gayle of the Centers for l>i&ea11e Control called the findings a "r('lltwnahle estimate of what the magnitude of the problem is"-noting that college studt-nt.11 "often timeio; are highly 11uually active." The institu1ions induded in the­e; tudy repretient a cr08•.--ection of public and private collt-g"" and univt·n1itif' fwm cooMt tu l"'m1at Student• at thrat·hool wt·rt' told of tht' aurvt-y and it c·aul!ed l·ont·t·:-n among somt•. Mo8t. howt•ver, RJtret>d to portit·1patt' "Our student.a wen• vt'ry poMi live about tht• atu<h<' auid Mt·rll' Charney, din•ctor. of 11tudent health at Ct·ntral Mitol!Ouri Stuh• L'niven1ity. Chnrn<'y Maid hi11 school is alreudy wnKinK a "1mfo sex'' campaign that warnto 11tu dents "they havt• to modify their behavior:" More schools will be addt•d in o study of tht" next ac11idt-mic yt•ar. The a!"sociation 1:1aid that study will includt· "historically blnck institutions and thOlit' with pre­dominantly Hispanic student populations:' The schools in thi11 year'aatud)· are: Central Missouri State Univt·r· sity, WarrenMhurg, Mo., Emory Univt•J'llity, Atlanta; Mississip· pi Sta«- UniHni:ity, Starkville, Mi1JS.; Northwl'sU>m Universi· ty. 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(713)522-1626 Mon-Sot 10·8 Sun 12·6 59-4998 Pass $30 per month Pool Side Bar-B-Q Sat-Sun 1-3pm New Thomas Street clinic is open for business According to Dr Tum Catt', mtodicul dire<:tor of tht' clinic, vi1nLlil to tht· Thomftl atreet fatilitil'9 art> by ap­pointmt- nt, an effort. t1ay11 Cat(', to re-du re the waiting t1mt' forpaht·ntJI to st•t• a dot:tor. To mttkt• an oppointmt·nt, 1>n lil-nt11 11hould call ~17-0~U:!. The clinic ia open doily ~:00 o.m to li:OO noon, Monday throu(l:h Fri­day. As of Thuri;doy, the dinic waa busy with an t"'timated JO patient.8 undergoing patient care, ltting doctors and picking up phurmaCN· ticallf. ""ThiM is certainly a lol better than JelfOavi11;' one patient said, 1itting in a whttl chair " \"iMllinr Jeff Da· vi" was an all day Job. Hf're there Lt hardly any waiting. And it'• a lot more pleasant I drove over and therl' was k1t.t of parking 11pace.'' The simplf'Bt way to reach the dinil· by automohilt' from the MontrtiMt' area itt to take We.ithf'imt'!' or Allt'n Parkway t.o Main Strt'el and go north to Paschall at the 2000 block of N Mam, then tum ll'ft on PBRchall and go three blockt to the clinic. The distance from Montrc>&e ii four miles. Bua t1ervice is frequent from Main Street at Jo;lgin, reached from Montr(»;e by buaN 42 and 82 ::i.Jong Weatheimer. Transfer to bus· ea B "North Main;· 9 "Hinch· Lakewood:' or 2.5 "f\;orthline." Do nol take a bua lahf'led '"l)Qwnwwn." Get off the bua at Paachall-travel time approximately HI minuteti­and walk three blocks west to the clinic. Bu88 lea\·e (rum Main and Elgin about e\·ery 10 minutH in the mornings starting at 7:35 a .m. The clime is working out a ayatem to pick up patients at Main and Paschall with a \·an. For more detailed bu11 mforma tion. call 63.5-4000. The ThomaM Strefl clinic \Yt"l to be name-dtdoes not takeemerM:ency cues. These Ul't' handlt"d at H.en Taub t:merg ncy R<x:am AIDS coalition protesters call for safe sex ads CHICAGO lt.:Pl>-Ten people were arreMted la~l ~aturda)' when AIDS vil·tim• and their tupport­ens blocked tral"fic in a call for&ex ually explicit ad\."l'rtiat·menl.8 on Chical{O TTanait Authority huKee and trains telling how to avoid the di1'e811t'- About 500 peuplt· demonNtrated on tht"l'\orth ~id<' in14upportofan effort by ACT l'P theAIDSCoali· tion to Cnlea~h Pow~ which had announefd it.II "l!(Ul'rrilla teams" would begin pot1ting tht' ad• dur­ing the pa11l wet·kf'nd Extra po)j("(' wenicalled out and 10 people were chargtod with mob action aflf>r traffic waM blockt>d at a busy intt"r"N·tion, puli«• said There wen• no reporta any of the ad11 were pototed by the demon· strators, authoritit·."I 11aid. The 10 arreHttd were rele8.!Jed on their own r('(.'Ognizance and continued their protest outside the police station BuseR in the neighborhood were delayed about five minutt'9 by "a littlediaturbance;· a CTA 1upervi· iwr said ACT t.: P backt'rs called on the CT A to acct'pt explicit ada dt'al­ing with tht' AIDS health criei1. Transit officials have rejected some ads on gTounda of good taste. " It ia no lonl!(er enough to 1ay for Rafe sex to avoid bodily fluid1:' Daniel Sotomayor, an AIDS vie· tim and membt>r of ACT t:P. told the Chicago Sun· Time.. "We feel it's important we talk in explicit language." The adM prepared by ACT UP show partially dnd mah•• and f~ male11 and have not been submit­ted lo the CTA for approval, Sot-Omayor 8aid, because they lik<'IY would be rej<'<'ted for dit­play on public tram1it. Included in the ads are explicit­ly detn.ilt-d li11tinga ohex acta la beled "11afe:• "poaaibly 1Rfe" and "unsafe." House subcommittee OKs hate crimes statistics act Hy t'IJH· O'!\IEl.1 THE MONTROSE Yo== I! WASllJ!\(;'i'O~-A kt'y bill which v.ould mandnlt' the ft.dt-ral c;ollec­uon of tt.1tt1ttit-a on hate mot1vatt'd crm1N d<'tm-d ih1 first hurdle in the lJ.~ lluu..e M11y IM wht•n a Jfou1u.• auhcommittt't" unanimou11ly ap­pro\' t"ll tht• hill without an expt_-.:tt>d ont1 KRY amt•ndmt·nt ·rht' ait•\'t•n-mt·mber l loutit• Crimi· nul Ju11lH'f' Mulx-ommittet• May I~ l(Uvt• tJ\H('k t1p1>ro\'Qi to the Hate l'tunt·ai S1ttfo1tit·• Act nnd tit·nt it on to tht• full llnu11t•JudkinrvCommil kt• ..... ith litth• diflitu~ion. At thto Of>t"ninw o( the ml"t"ling, Muhcummillt't't·ha1r Rt>p. Charlt11 E Schumer llJ.Hrooklyn. N YJ a1pokt' out an r.wor or thfl hill, .ayin1. ··we ti.rt' far too 111'.norant ... of hov.· often auch htmuwt crimf'll occur nation· wid€' •. l'ufn'ntly. only nint" atates rolled data on hat~ <TimH and thtrt' art' no nauunal .. tati11tica on ha~ \'1oltnce. Tht> ll11tti l'nmN St1Hiiitie11 Act 11-ll<. UMil) .,,.,·ould ordt-r tht>Ju11.tic.-r l~·Jtartmen~ to collt"C·t data on c-nml"S mothau-d by b1rui baaed on Wet' rt""1¥10ll, Mhnit·ity or ll{'XUBI ommt.lltion. AlthouKh tht' }fou1w pust>d thl' hill lRMt yt•ar by a lop1:i1d· eel 38J.29 \'Utt•. tt h1ot·minutto ac-tion by S1·n. Jt'bt' 1-lf'lmc cH-N.C'.) kt-pt tht• bill from tht· ~cnute floor. effE'<:· h\ l'iy· killing it for that t1e&11iun of ConKrt.'8S. AhhouKh Kt·p. G<'<>rKe Gt'kat11R HarnMhurJC, Pt.>nn.) ln8t YNlr intro­duc- t-d nmt.>ndml•ntH in c-ommitte<> nnd on the llouat> floor culling for thl' dt-lt'llon of"111:·xual orit'ntation:· at Thur8Clay'a m..-et1n6j: he &pPf"ared to hnn· ahandont-d thoae ooncerm1, lniitt'Pd. (:t'kalJ mtrodU('t'd an Rmt'ndment whirh would allow the Attornt"y (it'ntral to expand the bill to include ol.her groups who in the future eould bec<>me- targets ol ·hat(' \ iolence." 1"hat may nt'\'f!' oomt' to be, atakd GC'kaa. But awing that au· thor1t)l to the Attomty General, we­are doing our JOb by CO\t'ring the wat•~ront' G"eka. amendmt-nt waa ap­proved by • 6-0 vott' wuh two not voling. Subc-11mmitlft' memben Hepe. l.llrry .Smith tD-Hollywood. 1'1a. • and John Conyers ID-De­troit, 'heh.) wt•rt- ab&ent from the A •hort bmt• latt'r tht' hill waa ap­proved by a unan(mou11 'f.<J vott', with Smith and Con:,.·t>r• volinK by proxy. Althour.ch luhbyial8 had ft·ered a Gt.>kH amt·ndm<·nt calling for the dclt'lion of "st>Xual orientation" from the bill, tJuch fears never mate­nalized. 'We "'t'ren•t vure up until now that ~tr. Gekait wouldn't puraue tha1.' •lated Carlton Ltt. lobbyiat for the Human RiKhi. Campaign Fund •·There had bttn no real indi· cauon he would, but there waiin"t an md1C'aUon he wouldn·t. So we Yot-rt· very ple-aKed that he chot>t' not to and we're \·ery plt>alf'd ht'·• aup­purting the bill ... Bat1t-d on hia 1:1tatement.11 at the mttting. lobbyist.8 <'Xpect Geku to forgo trying an anti-gay amend· ml'nt on the Hou11e flour. That would, however, not stop oth<'r !louse members from introducing one, they note. ''It has takt>n the gay community two years in lobbying Conl{l'ese to get to this point where ... Mr. Geka1 and (Rep. Hownrd) Coblt' (R Grt't'nsboro,N.C.) -and other• that have opJ>Otied tht> lt>gialation in the plltlt be<:aui:>e we had toexual Orienta lion included·-have now removed their oppo:-;ition to the legialation," added National Gay and Lesbian Tatik Force lobbyiflt Peri Judto Radecic. "And I think that speak• very well to the work that the Tuk Fort't', the Campaign Fund and oth er memberli of the coalition ha\·e don('." l.obbyilit.t. are now turning tht>ir attention to the Hou~ Judiciary Committtt and to the- full St.·nate, where they exJ)('('"t NC\·eral anti·K8Y ame-ndmenui from Ht-lm11. "Thet>e don"t delete ·sexual orien­tation.- Radedic notes. "He docsn •t h&\.'l' thto vott"fi to del<'te 'a<'xual ori entation' We l'titabliRhed that la11t Y<'tlT. There'i.; too much support for thiM bill and the incluRion ofsuual orientation'.' According to lobbyit1tH, HclmJJ' amendments include language which ns11erts that "homo!-lt'Xuality undt>rmines the fabric oftheAmeri· c-an family as a basic unit of llOC'i~ ty"': in sit; ts that 8odomy laws be en· forced; demands that the Senate "'shall pas11 no law banning di11· crimination basro on sexual orit-n· tat1on ", and orders that &chool cur· ricula not de\'elop model programs that talk about homO&('xuality as '"an aet..-eptable lif~tyle." ·we want action in the Senate:' added Radecic. ''lt"s ju11t a matter that the problem that we're facing in the Senate is the HelmK amend· ment. But we can"t mo\'e thia bill until we ha\'e the votes to kill that Htolmtt amendment and that'to what we're working on ... Strategies being impl<'mented to help defeat the expected Helm• amendment& include the KOY and lesbian National Lobby Da;-1, scheduled for June, and tht- puah by HRCF to sign up people tor tht-ir .. SPf"ak Out" pre-authorizt-d con· tcre.aiional ml'91:1age campaign, HRCF has been collecting namea along the tour of the Namea Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and eigned up a number of enlistee& al the April 30 Gay and Lesbian March on Aus· tin. The group is concentrating its June sign-up campaign on Gay and Lesbian Pride celebration• nation· wide. ·We"re movin1 forward and I think we·n have the bill thi1 year:' added HRCF"a Lee. ··we ju Ht ha\'e to fight Jeue Helms." Administration changes AIDS immigration policy '!be Bush Adm1niAS'.n.U1 n has an· Univers&l Pe iwshlpo!Metr 1po. nounoedtt LScharl«1ngttspoUcyto ttan Comlhwl1ty Churchee allow some foreJgn vtsltors who From t.he earUes; days of Met.re> have AIDS or HIV l.nto the US. for polttan. Communit,y Church, she a llmlted a.mount of Ume. was one of 1r8 strongest. supportr Under the poUcy cha.nge, an· ers and a taith!Ul volunteer She nounoed by the JustJoe Depart.. worked cloee\y W1lh Troy for dee· ment., HIV-po81Uve persons will a.dee, and in 1980 was named bead.mittedl.ntot.heoountryforup "Woman of the Year" by ChriBto­to 30 days to attend ec1entJ!\coon· pher Street West, Loe.Angeles' Gay ferenoee, get medicaJ treatment., Prtde organ1zat1on. As the fh'et conduct business or visit heteroeexual person ta.muy. to receive this annu· Vic Basile, Exeouuve Dl t National ~on~=oi:S:. ;: ~8~=~ Gay I standing oontrtbu weJoomea tho AdmlnlBtra Community Uon to the Lesbl&n Uon'a announcement., but and Gl\Y oommwlltur e&ld the change falls 1&r •ote1 - Leather :~~:~.,.:;! weekend people 0nthewoekendofJuly21,22,and "It 18 enoouragl.ng to see this as the t1rst policy actlOn on AlDS from the new adm1n1stre.Uon." B&1d B&aile. "However, people w1th HIV tnfectlon still can be excluded from entA!lrtng the u.s, and will be a.dm1WKI only tA!lmpor&r1ly and for eelect.lve P\ll'P0888. It the govern­ment will allow some people w1th AIOO tnto the country, why should lt not allow others?" -Edith Perry Edith Allen Perry, 73, died of can· oer 1n Los Angeles on May 17. She was the mother of Rev. TroyD. Per­ry, founder and moderator of the 23, 1989, lee.therWeekend '89wtll take place in Guernev1lle, Califor­nia ne&rlhe beaut1ful Rua81&n IUV· er. laa.therWeekend '891Sanevent for women and men. A var18fU' of events are planned. !ncludlng. a I.e&thsr M&n.la P&rt;y on Frlde,y nlght. on S&turde,y morning a motorcycle run through Bonoma Councy·e bea.utJ.· ful w1n8 country as well as an Arts & Crafts Fair and pool-Slde exhlb!­Uontsm throughout the da.y S&tur­da. y. On 8&turd8,y nlght there w1ll be &Spectacul&r P'&ntasy Masquer­ade Ball featuring oonUnuous en· l"HOTO •v •nvt WAAAI ... Rt'I'. Jomf'• I«'. ."tandmlre u·tth his lover, Jack Hubbs tA!lrtainment and speci&l guests ~ pa.rt101pants will be trea.t­ed to an Erouc Fash1on Show at pool-side For 1nformat.1on on aooom.rnodar tions, booth apace, ticketB, etc., pleue send a self-addressed at&mped envelope to: Leather Weekend '89, PO. Bax 1901, Ouerneville, CA 95446, or call ( 707) 869-0242 -Jamea 8andmire 1be Rev. Jamee E. Sandmire, hailed 1n the San FranC18ooChron- 1cle as "an tnternatJonaUy known 11"3 rights loadet,' ended & long st.ruggle &ga1nSt AIDS and unre­la. tect cancer on May 12, at the age of 69 He and h.1s lover, Jack Hubbs, would ha.ve oelebra.ted thelr 30t.h anntversary a month late" Born a Mormon tn Mt.a.m1, Ok.la.. he entered the m1n1Stry of that church but let\.1taft.er "yea.rs of a«· on1z1ng;• he once 8&1<1 •Being gl\)I was pa.rtoftt, but not tho m&1n ree.­son" Mtf1r he&rlng- Troy PoITy preach at a MetropoUta.n Commu­nity Church eervtoe. Sandmire jotnecl what was then a Oedgltng movement and was tnst.rumental tn tts growth lnto a worldwide d& nomin&tion. He was the n.rst openly gay ch&platn to the Sa.n Franctsoo J>o. Uoe Department, a poelUon he held for six years. ;:: 0 .z... :0 ~ Ci 0 m Pride Awards Committee announces Gay Pride Week Banquet The Prtde Awards Committee has a.nnounoed tts Ga_y Pride Week Awards banquet., to be held June 17 at 7:16 p.m. at the Cicy Multi· Serv!OO FacUJcy, 1475 W Gre,y The Commlttee, made up of members and frtendsoflhe Met.n> polltan Commwucy Church of the Resurrecuon, the Montroee ActJ.v· llif Centl!lr and other l.nterestecl tn· d1vtdua.ls in the oommwllcy. 1B planning for lOOOatteru:teesatlhe 8Wnt ''Stnoe this ta the 20th Anniver­sary of the Stonewall nots tn New York, we've l.nvtted the Rev. Troy hrry· -and 1nd1V1dual who has fought for the rtghts of gays and IeebianB for more than oommwllty for "d1stJ.ngu1Shecl achievement 1n servtoe, oorrurut­ment and ded.lcauon to the Hou&­ton gay and leebtan oommwllt,y for 1988 and 1989'.' "'The Committee has turned the eelec:Uon of the Pride Awards over to the gay community. and has asked them to 1ll1 out ballots for the Awards:' Johnson sa1d. 'The ballots wt1l be available throughmaeyoommunlcyorg&nl· zat10ns and at gay clubB and busi· neesee in the Mont.rose area. 'In addiUOn. we will set up a b&llot.tng table tn Mont.rose where people can votA!I and purchase Uck ets for the banquet;' Johnson oon· 20 yea.re--to Speak at the banquet;' oorrunlt,. tee spokesperson M&rk Johnson 8&1d. "Rev. PoITy 1S found­er o! the Univers&l F'el­lawshtp of Metropolt­t an Community llontrose Neighbor­hood tinued. "'ThevoUngcenter w1ll be set. up 1n the KWik Kopy parking lot at Montroee and Lovett, and w1ll be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm. on Satur­I !vents da.y, June 10 on\Y' "Tickets for the ban· Churches, the world's l&rgeet gay organtzauon." JohnsonoonUnued., .. &nd ts an internationally known loader ded!caled to the gl\Y rights movement. •He will be apo&klng about hJs experienoea over the yea.rs tn his tight for gay and leebla.n rights Johnson noted that the Pr1de Awards, tobepreeentedattheb&n· quet., wtll honor tnd.tv1duale. or­pn! z&Uons and buSlneeaee !n the quet., which include a pro­fesSlonally- caterad dlnn8r, cash ba.r and entert&lnment. are $20 in advanoe and '28 &t the doot,' Johnson ea1d. "You can order your tickets on your b&llot or by calling :U:OCR at 861-9149; he ooncluded. - R ead in g i n Montrose The Houston Great. Books Council oons1Sts o!et.x:GreatBook8I>iscu.&­ston groups wh1ch meet once or twtoe monthJy to dl.8CuBB books that are of great. 1.nt.ellectu&I or historical importance to Western culture. Tile Graat Books Reod1ng and D1seu8s1on Program 18 b&sed on the Ide& that by reading trom the great books of our c1vllizat1on and d18cusstng them w1th other peo­plo-- sh&rtng your !ns!gbts and ~ona--youcanreachafulJer understand1ng of these works th&n you oould on your OWIL The only requirements for jotn­tng a Great Book8 Dtscusslon group are CU1'106lcy and a w1lllng­ness to work. w1th others toward an underst&nding and apprecia­tion of the read1ngs The Montrose Great books Dls­CU881on group 1 w1ll be reading The Soci&l Contract by Rousseau, onJune l atlheMontroeeLibrary, 4100 Montrose Blvd., 6:45-8:46 p.m. For more information call Kathleen JircUt or nu 'nliber at 620-&!87 - Art allow As part of Cultural Night of Gl\Y Pride Week ·a9 there will be a jurted Vtsual Arts show on June 21 at the Venture-N/Faralde, 2923 8. Matn. Ent.rtee wUl be reoetvedat the 'Venture-N/Farside on SUnW\v J\Ul8 11, 1:004:00 p.m. Jurors will be Norman Umstead and De.­Vld Seyn&l. L!mlt' 3 p!ecee. we need all lesbian and gay painters, eculptors, prtnt.makere, ceramic artJsts, weavers, phOtog· ra.phers, et.c. who are interested to parttc1pate. For turther inform&· tton please contact.: Claude Pollard. 628-4346. -Parade Party The Celebrat.Wn '89. 8th Annual Parade Paey announoee the loca· tion !or the 1989 event. The Ven· ture-N/The Fa.re.1dB. The oommtt­tee selected the locauons trom var­ious btds that. were submitted. The Parado P&rt;y 1B held annually rrom noon unW the beg1nn1ng of the Gay Pride Parede, then the hosts a.ndgueets attend the pe.rade en maaee to celebrate their pr1cle among thetr close frt.endS. USU&lly 500 to600 people attend the parcy. The Para.de Pe.rt~y-. a non·prof'lt organiza.Uon tha.t dona.tee to gay chartUes, 18 a group of people who host a part,y !or our f'rlends hours before the Gay Prtde Parade. Each host ~ a '28 fee for operauon expenses. Each guest., wtth an in­vitation. ts admitted tree. 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"The forces of faggotry, spurred by a Friday night raid on one of the city's larg­est, most popular, and long­est fived gay bars, the Stone­wall Inn, rallied Saturday night in an unprecedented protest against the raid and continued Sunday night to assert presence, possibility, and pride until the early hours of Monday morning. '"I'm a faggot, and I'm proud of it!; 'Gay Power!: 'I like boys!'-these and many other slogans were heard all three nights as the show of force by the city's finery met the force of the city's finest. "The result was a kind of liberation, as the gay bri­gade emerged from the bars, back rooms, and bed­rooms of the Village and be­came street people'.' Here's the pool news from Patty Hey everybod.y, bet you all thought you got rid of me. Well, Patcy can't be dls­posed of so 8881ly I was simply on vaca­tion and out oft.own vlslt.lngf&mll.Yand friends In Chlcago and New York. But I'm back In town and ready to go. ugly things to sa.Y There will be a wel­coming reception tonight, Ma,y 26, at e,oo pm at The Galleon for all partici­pants. II hlstory Indeed repeats lteelf, this will be a fun alfa.!r and achanoe for everyone to meet our out,of-town oom· As promised. I will start re- petit.ore. Good luck to every· porting tho now that the one t.omorrow standings now that the llrst three weeks of pla,y have been completed. For the week end­ing Ma,y 19, 1989 this 1S the wa,y the top l 0 shaped up' Montrose Beighbor­hood Sports The date for the flnals oft.he Bacchus tournament will be Sunda,y, June 4th. I'm not cer­tain of the reg!strat1on and starting times but they will l) Part;y An.1mals. 2) Past probably be 12,()() noon and LOO pm respectively. II It 1S a.nyth1ng cllft"erent, I will let you know. Of course, Miss Thing would have !t the same da,y as the H.M.BJ . .:s Over 500 tournament so some of us will have t.o choose one or the other. She knows how badly I want to win In a Bacchus flna.ls (since I nev· er have In 4 attempts), but I also want to play In the Over 500 tourna.menL De­cisions, decisions T!me, 3) The Playere, 4 ) C fl N Men, 6) Rowey Ranchere, 8) Lazy J Boooettes, 7) Happy Haz.&rds, 8) PMS, 9) Bacchus I, 10) 611 Once Again. Th1S weekend IS the big H.B.I.T. holl· da,y toumamenL Patty will not be pla,y­tng but, will be there to watch some of the matches. I hope someone brings the cup back t.o Houston or IU have some Chicken flies record 542 feet, then into freedom The Montrose Voice 1s constantly looking for new faces for our Friday Fox series. If you think you've got "The Look;' call Henry McClurg, 520- 0206. There's no pay but maybe you'll become famous. RIO GRANDE. Ohio IUPl>-Ju· dy, a 8litk chick from Franklin County, flew.a record distance in the IHth annual International Chickf'n !''lying meet, an$ on to frt'ffiom Th<· poultry pilot. one of nine John SalyenJ took from hia farm m Galloway laat Saturday, flew 542 ft•<'l, 9 inche8 from the mail­box alerting gate, easily breaking th<' mark ofJ02feel,8inches Lola B. Het in 1979, But Judy kept on going. She flew th<' course, then over an adja· l"<'nt field. a rail fence, a service road and into the woods at the Bob Evans Farm near the Ohio River. Salyers spent an hour looking for hia prize h('n, but to no a\.'ail Hut he Wl·nt home with $1,100. •·1 h>11e one or two e\.'ery year that way, 1aid Salye· who hu entertd chickenti. m thf' zany con­test for the pll.Mt nine years. This year·a e\.'tnt drt•w 2'.l.H chicken•. ChickenH fly out of a mailbox atop a high polt>. Any chicken that developa flying friKhl itt gen­tly nudged with a plungl·r from 8lorter Glyde Mo rah. ll Columbus poultry expt"rl. Solyl'rs odmita he ha• no train ing schedule for hi8 fowl. "I just go out and sny 'Shoo!' That •cores them, I KUf'R8, and they takeoff;' he 8aid. "Ther<•'• no training o chicken so you'll know which one will fly nnd which won't.?' E\.'ans. a 11au1Jnf<t· maktr end reaitnurateur in tht> Midwt"!lt, ne .. ated the festival that c-ent('r• around an activity he carried out in hia youth </ ~ tlj.~ tlj.(J/X, Chris Bishop-Allen THE MONTROSE VOICE MAY 26, 1989 Turn this way, as the Friday Fox ~~soop l ~ A little local gossip Baj aa,IJ, kd- ~ ~ Day-by-day breakdown of events Our advertisers will tempt you q.~~ '1~~ Your horoscope from the Voice '1'1£P~ ~ People who want to meet you Our Fox this week is Chris Bishop-Allen, 26, your all-night dishwasher at the Pot Pie Pizzeria, 1525 Westheimer. Chris, a Sagittarian, is an ex-flight at­tendant working on his first novel. He's a native of Oklahoma but says Houston is where he'll stay now. His party places are Heaven, JR's, the Mine and Mothers. Photos by Henry McClurg Recently a longtime video rental customer at LOBO expressed great reluctance (we're prone to unoerstatement) to carrying his LOBO video card. And on closer examination we discovered that this individual was using a phony name on his membership, justifying this deception on the grounds of high visibility in a government position. In our conversation he made a passing remark on our ads, giving us the impression of disapproval based on his perception that whatever views we express in our ads are ones we would foist on others. This whole dilemma in the gay community concerning "closeted types" got considerable airing recently with the series of letters from "regular guy" in TWT. So first let us go on record that despite the openness of our business we fully appreciate the degrees of closetness often required in this straight-oriented society Our quarrel with this closet society arises when such individuals then accept the philosophy of the Right, namely that only the sex act sets us apart from the "normal" counterparts in straight society. Such a point of view is the rationalization that allowed the likes of Terry Dolan and Roy Cohen to live homosexual lives but attack gays. It is an old adage of American politics that the worse enemies of the gay movement are often the most closeted politicians-those perceiving they have the most to lose. At the same time, we have met many gay men who, again for reasons of societal pressures. must remain closeted in their professional lives but recognize that they are part of the diverse but real gay community, Many such men provide the funds and leadership that fuel our fight for gay rights. Our community needs those like Ray Hill who can openly lead our struggles, just as we need those who can work best behind the scenes. As we often point out, our enemies are extremely well organized and they know exactly what they want to achieve and how to attempt it. On the other hand, we must recognize our diversity as a positive force in our struggle, rather than buying into the divisive efforts of our enemies. For example, e'lery time we march or parade, the issue arises concerning the participation of some because as drag queens or leathermen they might project a negative image to straight society. First, let's relish our diversity and, second, if there is distortion in media coverage (like Channel 13 deliberately focusing on ONLY such participants) let's direct our attacks against such biased media coverage. Without putting aside understandable differences over methods in achieving our goals of full equality for gay men and lesbians, we must foster our unique similarities. We must understand our special history to facilitate our search for justice. We must practice tolerance within our community so that we can direct our energies toward the real purposes before us. Our enemies know the old battle strategy of divide and conquer. On our best days-such as marching on Washington and in Austin-we have shown our capacity to unite. Now if only we practice that unity every day. As a start we need only strike out the negatives from our lives: False rumors, malicious gossip, and any number of other ways we tend to belittle ourselves. There is always room for constructive crit icism, voiced in the open and subject to fair and reasonable response. We must always keep in mind that by working together we all benefit: Our gay businesses can flourish, our political agenda can be realized, and by understanding our differences we all become the richer. So let's use this Memorial Day to resolve anew to work together, putting aside personal differences and agenda that only play into the hands of our enemies. United we can be a positive force for our community and for our nation. I l~I r-:::i-SHEER INSANITY & ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER MEMORIAL SALE LOBO's video sale ends Wednesday. We've saved the best for. last-many titles never before put on sale. Many titles further reduced. LOBO's entire stock of used magazines are half the LOBO price this weekend only. Hundreds of magazines added for this sale only. LOBO's large stock of leather are on sale this weekend only-20% off. LOBO's large selection of books always offer the best prices in town. So join us this Memorial Day Weekend. 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • SWimwear • y -Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities Montrose Soap: People and Places Chris shines Judy's boots for the Shine for AIDS benefiting the Colt 45's Trouble Fund held the last Sunday of every month at Mary's Glen Webber, our local gay car salesman is changing loca­tions. Stop and see him at Budget Car Sales and make sure you pick up the current Advocate and read his interview. Happy Birthday to Dennis, dba Cooter (Bacchus). We under­stand it can take all the toes and fingers of up to three people to add up his ~e this year. Can you say over the hill? James Preuss and Joe Culotta are doing ajoint art show called "Earthly Delights;• a collection of abstract landscapes, by Joe, and abstract "man-scapes;'byJames. The show opens at the Alpha­Omega Gallery, 1538 Welch, on Sunday, May 21 and running to June 24, from 2:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. The net profits from sales of their works will go to the Omega House. It seems that Jimmy Walker needs to take his private para­medic with him when he goes drinking with Vera. Come on Jim, learn to play with the big boys! Good luck to all TGRAcontest­ants in the OGRA Rodeo this weekend. Also good luck to the Houston bowlers in your tournament in Cincinnati this weekend. All of you watch out for the Mind Erasers, especially you, TAD!! BRB Beach Bunnies are ready for the Me· monal Day festivities The Gay/ Lesbian Pride Week Auction raised $7700 this year which doubled last years effort. Congratulations to everyone who organized this function. Stop by and check out The Barn's patio-just to see if Ches­ter will be there once ~ain! The Galleon is under newman­~ ement with Bob Snelson ta.k­ing the post. Bob has informed us that The Galleon will once ~ain be the "hot box" on Richmond as he has dropped Wednesday's Ban Night, as well as Tuesday's Open Mike Night. Thursday's Buffet has been changed to Outdoor Cooking. This new enthusiasm has already produced growing crowds. So, stop by, meet Bob and enjoy the festivities. Dennis of Rem-Car-Nation was caught relaxing instead of working "Lady B" and Keith welcome you to The Barn's lunch-time Deli Duke, if you are still trying to find bacon on sale ask Vera where! Who's in town that's keeping Miss Green working so hardfor a change? Gene (Midtowne Spa), how does it feel to have a multi-fla­vored ~c marker member via M~ement? This Memorial Day weekend promises to be festive with the opening of two new bars. Ri'Marks Cabaret at 2715 Waughcrest opened this last Tuesday with their Grand Open­ing being tonight (Friday). The Santa Fe Trading Company held their Grand opening last night (Thursday) at 804 Pacific. Stop in and check both of them this weekend as well as the many oth- David, what are you doing in that position? Jeff, is this the new BRB bartender look for Memorial weekend? er locations providing specials this h oliday Also, The Missouri StreAt Station will be opening nest Friday, June 2, in the former Missouri St reet Cafe location. Happy Birthday wishes go out this weekend to Dean Martin (Houston ) and Jamie Westbrook (Lamarque). We hope you both survive the parties! Cindy ( Mary's), we under­stand that you now know what it's like to have your Mind Erased. Have you been ta.king les­sons from Tad? Rumor has it that Fanny (Mar­y's) and Joe went sailing and while on the boat, Joe killed a stick. Details, Please!? Stories from New Orleans have arrived and it seems that Wilma (Mary's) became a full-fledged vampire, as he never went out in the daytime, during his visit. Was there any other reason, Will? Don't Forget the Invitational Volleyball 'Iburnament is coming up at EJ's on June 10-11. Contact the bar for details. Friday & Saturday Resular Male Cast Review STARRING Jesse Alva Sat. Guest, Jack, Mr. G.Q. MC Ramona Sims Thanks Alan Webster. DJ (Live Friday. Saturday. Sunday) Sunday~ May 28th Show Director Ramona Sims Deitra SPecial Guest: Christi Coleman former Miss Dream State from Studio 13 and Male Dancer Adam Miss QT's ~ - 60-8 W- e-sht-eimer ,~ 529-8813 Open 7 days a week 8am:Mon-Sat Noon:Sunday The Personals FOR OUR REGULAR CLASSIFIED ADS, SEE THE "MONTROSE CLASSIFIED;' IN THE BACK OF THE VOICE. Personals (individu­al) All ads in this category are stnctly 1nd1v1dual to md1- v1dual. No commercial of­ferings Nothing for sale Single WM looking for at­tractive transsexual on hormones, no profession­als. for fun get togethers and possible relat1onsh1p. Call David, 445-1314 Single WM looking for fe­male, bi-sexual 1s OK, pleasingly plump OK Prefer person that likes C&W music. dining out and quiet evenings at home Call Jim, 445- 1314 J seek obedient men. Send photo and letter to. Sam, 6601 Kirby #466, Houston. 77005. You will receive in­formation and 1nstruc­t1ons. Your photo wlll be returned Very good-looking GWM wishes to meet a large, su­per- endowed, especially thick. WIM. I'm 28. 5'10", 155 lbs , blue-eyed, blond. trim. healthy, well bull! and exception, ally handsome. Your age and physical appearance 1s not espe­cially important to me. You should not be fat or fem. You should be affectionate and very interested in the hot, receptive rear of a beauti­ful young blond. Lets meet for en­counters. friendship. possibly more Reply to blind box 447-D ct o Montrose Voice GWM. 36. 5·4• 130, seeking shm 25-40 for monogamous relat1on­sh1p Call 524-7729. Very handsome WM, 29, athletic build. seeks attractive gay couple for three way. Must be discrete. reply to bhnd box 448-R clo Montrose Voice GAY MATCHING ComQuest 1s a safe. 1nterest1ng way to meet gay men 1n this area We offer a detailed appllcat1on. reasonable fees and guaranteed lat1sfact1on Call today for an 1n· ormatoon packet. 800-633-6969 GHM bOttom wishes to meet GWM. 50 or over for friendship, possible relat1onsh1p. S E. Hous· ton Joe 476-906t after 6pm. Yuppie male. age 33. seeks wom­en who like to talk on t~e phone. 952-2108 MODEL/ESCORT Grant Mikels- 662-4065. Personals (commercial) SOUTHWEST. call Jason. 495- 1131 Although this secllon is highly read, 1f you· re advertising a serv­ice. such as tree trimming. mov­ing. florist, etc .. readers LOOK­ING for your particular service wlll turn to your class1f1cat1on in our regular Montrose Class1f1eds. not back here to the Personals Body Rubs Soft, sensual, body rub, Al 528- 1438 For massages by licensed mas­seurs and masseuses. see section 2145, Massage:' Warm 011 body rub. 464-3213. SESSIONS A BODY RUB SERVICE 24 hour body rubs in private stu· d10. 528-3079 PERSONALIZED SERV­ICE Good looks muscular body. great hands full body rub' Terry 522- t549 STOP GETTING RUBBED the WRONG WAY The original Carl, 622-3942 MEN OR WOMEN Choose your man or men for your rub. Mr C. 622-3942 Bodyworks, muscular. masculine, hunky, handsome, safe Montrose locat1on. 1n/out calls, anytime. 684-6672. Full body rubs, private and discrete Dell. 880- 4302 STOP GETTING RUBBED (bold) the (unbold) (bold all caps) WRONG WAY(unbold) (bold small) The original Carl. 622- 3942. Body rubs by pretty, young, blonde transsexu­al. More than JUSt a num­ber. Call Fox at 785-2943 For those who want total d1scret1on and personal service by ravishing trans­sexual, call Susan. 526- 7228. Strictly non-sexual Ulti­mate experience 1n body rubs by attractive trans­sexual. 529-3714. 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Feel better today Ronnie 278-3824 INDULGE YOURSELF with a relaxing, full body massage by a young. smooth, blue-eyed guy Call Sean. 621-1025. ~ * 1117 ~ ~ ->.":: WESTHEIMER You NEVER KNOW WHO YOU'LL MEET ... ... OR MEET AGAIN. Mingle among old friends or meet new ones at our PREMIERE WEEKEND ! JUNE 2, 3, & 4 Doors open Friday, June, 2 at 5 P.M. SEE You NEXT WEEK Ar "Setting the pace for a new Montrose." 1117 MISSOURI AT YOAKUM 713 • 524 • 1333 OPEN: TI AM. till 2 AM., Monday - Saturday Noon till 2 AM., Sundays Texas~ Best All Male Cinema Midnight Matinee Special Sunday thru Thursday Midnight till Closing Admission $4 presents Friday & Saturday llam-3am Monday-Thursday llam-lam Sunday lpm-lam fRfNCtt U~RTfR · 527-0782 3201 LOUISIANA HOUSTON q.~ By Tycho ARIES Lot's of talk. You'll be communi­cating with many people about some usual and not so usual things. Something overheard or of apparently little importance could spark an important investi­gative effort or creative act on your part. Speak well; listen well, too. TAURUS A reunion is in the offing. It could be the result of that call you made or received last week. However it came to happen, though, its occa­sion should bring some real joy, adding up to a highly- charged emotional event. Be bathed in waves of feeling. GEMINI It's your time of year, Gemini, and you'll have all the energy and drive you'll need to accomplish what has to be done. One thing that needs doing is for you to establish some bound­aries and def­initions with the main love of your life -­and you ought to get to that soon. CANCER For you, giv­ing and re­ceiving are the same thing. You get pleasure from giving that's nearly orgasmic; you 1ust love to love, and lucky is the person with a Cancerian Lover. Though most of your focus is on your partner, friends get their share, too. LEO You need to refocus your atten­tion on the one who loves you. Your concentration on work and career has been at the expense of someone who really needs you now. Some possibly hurt feelings and a need for future security are on the agenda. Cuddle. Soothe. Reassure. VIRGO Lots of ESP seem to buzz in the air around you this week. Heaven knows, you need it. Perhaps you could stop trying to figure every­thing out and take an idea or two on faith. That could lead some-where, and that somewhere could be a place you've never been be­fore. LIBRA Recent self doubts turn into excit­ing self discovery. You might get away from your usual scene, but if you do, watch out for the shuck and jive of a slick salesman. Don't buy more than you need, avoid the big bargain; what was that about snakes and apples? SCORPIO Like the other water signs, Pisces and Cancer, you're experiencing the depths of your love. Those dark, cozy places are calm and creative for Scorpios. A sense of being blessed brings light even into that darkness. You're so warm, and soooo cool. SAGITTARIUS Problems that you've been deal­ing with and puzzling over for months should come to a head. Your responsibility to yourself versus your responsibility tooth-ers is the un­derlying ba­sis for con­flict. No mat­ter how tempting; avoid making a promise that is more than you can deliver. CAPRI­CORN Domination is fun, but let's observe some limits, here! It's not that you're being too cruel, it's just that you're so up you can't see when someone is down. In other words, be sensitive to needs and feelings (and then enjoy be­ing on top!) . AQUARIUS Take a Libra to lunch. Give a call to a Gemini. You'll find more stim­ulation than usual from you fellow air signs, and plenty to discuss. Far-reaching plans, schemes, ideas could be of more than pass­ing mutual interest, and more than chance benefit. PISCES Whether you're a teacher or not, someone close to you has much to learn from you. The lesson is mostly by example, but if asked for more information, give it with the love and care you're known for. Your own problems? Keep on holding on: tighter. The in the Montrose Voice And thank you for noticing. We have so much more news of interest to Montrose and Houston's gay community than all those other publ!cations ... well. its almost embarrassmg to mention it Let us put whatever you have to sell nght along side our news and show you what advertising sales really is all about. Low cost tremendous LOCAL circulation, results, results. results Call us up We'll sell it for you. For sure Jerry Mulholland David Chapman The Voice Ad Sales Team 529-8490 ' 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• naturally! I HOME OF SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY I Featuring: Big David, Bruce/la Duva/le, Good Fairy, Rikki O'Shea, Pickles, Ron Sioux, B.j. Sommers & Many more of your favorite entertainers in an ALL "comedy revue" Sunday, May 28, 7 pm In conjunction with Shine for AIDS, beginning at I pm Sunday-All proceeds donated to Colt 4 General Charity Fund. ~ponsored by_Brucella_?uval/e, Hosted by Chris WEEKLY EVENTS BEER BUST Thursday Night, $2, Bpm-midnight Saturday & Sunday Afternoons, I pm-6pm HOT DOGS by Judy Saturday Afternoon I pm-6pm Thursday is CLUB NIGHT at Mary's STEAK NIGHT Sunday Spm on the Patio $3.60 for steak (I 0 oz. ribeye) and all the fixin's-while they last! SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY HOUSTON, TEXAS COMMERCIAL MEMBER 15'!& ~ AFTER HOURS 2am to closing Thursday thru Sunday ($1.00 coffee, juices, sodas 8r Artesia) Plus - Uve D.J. During After Hours Morning: Afternoon: Evening: ~ canseers 1 .so • Draft Beer 75¢ 7am-Noon + 6pm-8pm 11 :30pm-1 :OOam Well Drinks $1.7S Monday-Saturday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Shots $1.00 * join us for our Grand Opening Celebration TONIGHT Friday, May 26th ~~~~~~ Entertainment by Marsha &. Michael Free Champagne and Hors d'Oeuvres Sunday: Open Mic Night Monday: 6pm-till? Lee Aldridge Tuesday &. Thursday: Karin McFarland 6-Spm Wednesday: Corporate Ladies Night Out with free Hors d'Ouvres 4-Spm Friday&. Saturday June 2-3: Marsha &. Michael 9pm-Midnight Daily Happy Hour 4-Spm Presenting James Preuss recent collection of paintings Hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-2am, Sat-Sun 2pm-2am 2 715 Waughcrest (across from Tower Theater) 522-9485 75¢ Vodka Every Day 12- 6pm SUNDAYS Beer Bust Noon-1 lpm Liquor Bust 4-8pm FRE!FOOD FRIDAYS Male Strip Contest $1 00 cash 1 st $25 cash 2nd $25 gift certificate 3rd Memorial Day Cookout Monday, May 29 3pm Barbeque Brisket, Potato Salad and Beans WEDNESDAYS Neyer a Cover No Attitude Friendly Service MONDAYS Liquor Bust Madness 8-midnite TUESDAYS Steak Night 7-lOpm Steak $4 .50 Liquor Bust 8-midnite 1732 WESTHEIMER 523-2213 nNGERLESS GLOVES l.D. WAI.LETS Reg. 16.00 SALE $10.00 Reg. 5.50 SALE $3.49 WHILE THEY LAST COMMERCIAL MEMBER I I We do our best to make this list as accu­rate as possible but there may be some errors. Cal l the bar or restaurant to con­firm an event. Most Always *Past Time. Happy hour 12-8pm. *Scandal's Open 11 am, Mon-Sat, 12 Noon, Sunday *J.R. 's. Monday thru Friday, hors d'oeuvres 5:30 until 7:30 *Bacchus: Happy Hour 4-Bpm *Club Body Center: $5 for 30 mmute tannmg session, $30 for 8 v1s1ts *Montrose Mining Co: Gold Rush Happy hour 4pm-7pm. 3-1 happy hour till 10pm, beer bust 4pm-1 Opm. *Mamma's Money: $1 Well & Domestic Beer, Monday-Saturday, 7am-11am *Mamma's Money. Happy Hour. Monday­Saturday, 7am-8pm *Mamma's Money: 75C Well Drinks, Monday- Thursday, 9pm-Midnight *Exit. Schnapps $1. 25 *Club Romeo. Happy hour 5-9pm *Venture-N Beer bust 4-1 Opm *Venture-N. Happy hour Noon-8pm *Mary's: Pouring doubles & 75c draft *J.R. 's: 3 m-1 Happy Hour openmg-10pm *Charlie's Restaurant. Dinner and m1dnite specials *The Barn: Happy hour 11am-9pm *Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon-Sat, 7am- 9pm, Sun Noon- 9pm *Exit: Keg Party 4-midnight *Rock 'N' Horse: Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am), Closed Mondays *The Barn: What A Nellie Dell, 11am-3pm, servmg lunch Mon-Fri *EIJ's: Beer bust, 4-10 *EIJ's: First Happy Hour (9-10am) Last Happy Hour (1-2am) $1 well, 75<t schnapps * Briar Patch: Happy hour till Bpm *Exit. Happy Hour 7am-8pm (Mon-Sat) *Charlie's Restaurant: Open 24 hours *Mary's: Happy hour lam-noon, 5-8pm (ex. weekends) *Galleon Happy Hour 'til 8pm Dally *Chutes. $1 frozen margaritas noon-6pm, happy hour 12-10pm *Chutes: Frozen Margaritas, $1 .25, 6pm- 2am, Happy hour, noon-10pm *Chutes: Beer bust, 3pm-11pm, 75C Vodka drmks, noon-6pm *Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs (ex. Tues.) *Mary's: Special Happy Hour 9am-11am Monday-Friday, $1.00 Well drinks and Beer Friday * Exit Keg Party 4-10pm *Bacchus: The Gay Oatmg Game Bpm *Scandal's: Dance to the music of D.J. Ram Rocha *The Barn. Cowboys in Action, 8-2 *Cousins: Cousins & Company, 10:30pm *Cousms.· Drawmg, 6:45pm, win triple your shoe size 1n cash *Montrose Mining Co .. Gold Rush Happy Hour4-7pm ($1.10well&beer),3in1 Happy Hour 4-10pm, $2 beer bust 4-10pm *Club Romeo. TGIF Party 5-9pm *Mother's: Happy hour 7am-10pm *Mary's: After-hours *Lazy J. Show Night 10pm *Heaven: 50C well. cover *KJ 's $5 Liquor Bust 7-10pm * O. T.'s: Bam-10am, $1 well, domestic beer & schnapps; 2pm-8pm, Happy hour; 9pm- 2am, OJ & disco dancing, Mate Strip Revue *Brazos River Bottom. Happy Hour, 7am Iii 9pm, Brazos River Band, 9:30pm. *Chutes: Cruise Night, Happy hour, noon to 10pm, Mate Strip Night wllh MC Maya, $100 1st, $25 2nd, $25 gift certificate 3rd *J.R.'s Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am *EIJ's: Beer bust, 4-10pm, Hamburger night,$2.00, 6pm tit?. Michael Mead on Sax, 7-9pm *Montrose Mining Co .. Special Forces (male dancers) 10pm -2am Saturday *Rock 'N' Horse: Live band 9pm-1am *Scandal's: June 3: Miss Camp America Baseball Showgirls *Cousms: Cousms & Company, 10:30pm *The Barn: Cowboys in Action, 9-2 *EfJ's: Performers' Alley, 11pm *EIJ's: Dart tournament. cash prizes, 12 Noon *Bacchus: Houston's Org. Party Night $2.00 margaritas *Scandal's: Dance to the music of D.J Ram Rocha , *J.R. ·s: Pacific Coast Dancers 10:30pm *Lazy J Show Night 10pm *E/Js: $1 Well Drinks 4-lpm *Club Romeo: $1 .75 Coronas, $1 schnapps *Mothers: 75C well drmks 4-9pm *O.T.'s: 8am-10am, $1 Well. domestic beer & schnapps; 4pm-9pm, $1 Well drinks; 9pm- 2am, DJ & dancing, Male Strip Revue star­ring, Jesse Alva, Nester, Jack, Adam, and MC Ramona Sims *Exit: Keg party, $3.00, 2pm- 10pm *Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour til 9pm, Brazos River Band, 9pm * Chutes: Cruise Night & liquor bust 8- Midnight, $6, $500 Dash for Cash, 10pm- 2am *Heaven: 50¢ well 9-11 pm, cover, DJ­Scooter Bearden * K.J.'s: $5 Liquor Bust 7-10pm * Mary's: Beer bust on the patio with Cindy, 1-6pm, Hot dogs by Judy, $1, 1 pm-? Sunday *Mary's: Beer bust on the patio with Cindy, 1-6pm, Steak Night, 5pm, $3.50 for 10 oz. ribeye and all the fixin's, A Night of Comedy, with many of your favorite entertainers, sponsored by Brucella DuVall, Miss TGRA candidate 1990, A Shine for AIDS by Chris. 1pm *Bacchus: Pool Tournament. 2pm *Rub1o's: Free draft 7-10pm, '"Rubios Pre­senta" 10:30 *J.R. ·s: 75C cape cods. bloodies. margaritas. & schnapps Noon-10pm *Galleon: $1.50 Cuervo Gold Margar•tas all day1night *The Barn: Cowboys m Action, startmg at 7pm *EIJ's: Dinner. 4pm. $3.00 *E1J's: Beer bust, Noon-10pm *Mamma's Money: Happy Hour, Noon-4pm, $1 Well with soc Schnapps 4-7pm *Mothers: Male dancers 10pm & M1dnite *Exit. Happy hour all day, all night *E, J's.· Volleyball, 2pm, Michael Mead on Sax, 7-9pm *EIJ's: $1 Well Drinks 6-9pm *Club Romeo: Hangover Blues. beer $1.25, Bloody Marys $2 *QT's: The Girls of OT's present Christi Coleman. former Miss Dream State and male dancer, Adam *Rock N' Horse: Bloody Marys $1, Live band 6pm-10pm, free hot dogs *Galleon: Steak Night. 6pm, Show 10:30 with Lindsey Love *Brazos River Bottom: Steak Night.4.50, 6pm *Chutes: Beer bust. noon-11 pm. Liquor bust. 4pm-8pm, Free Food *Venture-N. Booze Beer Bust 4-10pm *Heaven: Free well 7-9. free draft all night, S1 .25 Corona all night. cover TO Lll7R6R:oJ619306688. THE BEST PERSONAL OF THE WEEK RECEIVES A FREE PIN NUMBER. SIMPLY INDULGE YOURSELF WITH A FULL LOAD OF SATISFACTION ... 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DUNLAVY ~ RALPH ST. ~ • E.J .'1 "' MANDELL Coming June 10·11: Volleyball Invitational Tournament WEEKDAYS: Beer Bust 4·10pm Vodka Drinks $1 7am·6pm --------- --- EVERYDAY: $1 Drinks 1am·2am Bar·B·Que Joe's Brisket fl links ------------ MONDAY: Dart Tournament 8pm ------- ----- FRIDAY U SATURDAY: 7pm·9Pm Michael Meade Blows His Horn SATURDAY: $1 Drinks 4·7pm SUNDAY: Beer Bust 12 Noon·10pm Bar·B·Que Chicken fl Links 3pm till? $1 Drinks 6pm·9Pm •Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour, noon ti/ 6pm, Brazos River Band and Little Bit of Texas, lpm • Montrose Mining Co.: Beer bust 1pm-10pm, 50¢ draft in a mug 10pm-2am, 50¢ hot dogs 4pm-10pm •Scandal's: Pool tournament, 1 pm, registra­tion noon, Unih1bited starring, Stephanie Stallone, Maya, Miss Kofi and special guest The Campettes •Mother's: 75¢ well 4-8pm Monday •Galleon: Best Crowd m Town •O.T.'s: 8am-10am, 9pm-Midnight, 75¢ Well, Domestic Beer & Schnapps •K.J. 's: $1 Beer and Well Drinks •EIJ's: $1 Margaritas all day •Mother's: 15C beer 6pm-1am •Exit: $1.25 Margaritas •Rubia's: CLOSED, Available for pnvate funct10ns, reserve one week m advance •Brazos River Bottom: S 1.00 well and beer, 7am-2am, Memorial Day BBQ, 3pm, Little Bit of Texas, 6pm •Montrose Mmmg Co .. Happy Hour 4-lpm ($1.10 well & beer). 3 m 1 Happy Hour 4- 10pm, $2 beer bust 4-10pm •EIJ's Open 7am with Miss Dee,$1.00 Vodka Drinks 7am-6pm, Dart tournament, cash prizes, 7pm •Ripcord: $1 Margantas 9pm-2am •Club Body Center: Lockers $3.25 noon­midnite •Galleon: Male stnp contest 10pm •J.R.'s: Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am • Chutes: Free pool, beer bust, 3pm-11 pm, Liquor bust 8pm-m1dnight, happy hour noon-10pm •EIJ's: Pool Tournament, Open to everyone, 8pm, $50 prize • Mary's: Bowler's Spec1_aI_N__1:g_h_t ____ Tuesday *The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons •0. T. 's: 8am-10am, 9pm-M1dmght, 75C Well, Domestic Beer & Schnapps •Chutes Liquor bust 8-M1dnight •E J's· $1 gm dnnks all day •Bacchus: Pot Luck Night •Ripcord. $1.25 canned beer Bpm-2am •Venture-N Pool tourney 7pm • Mother's: $1 well, Disco oldies 8pm-12am • Rock 'N' Horse: Pitcher of beer $2, Steak night 7pm • Montrose Mmmg Co.: Men at Work (male dancers) 10pm •Montrose Mining Co.: Happy Hour 4-7pm ($1.10 well & beer), 3 in 1 Happy Hour 4- 10pm, $2 beer bust 4-1 Opm •K.J. 's: Alf Day All Night Happy Hour-double drinks, 75¢ beer •Exit: $1 Well Drinks • Club Body Center: 112 price rooms & lockers, 7pm-3am •Club Romeo: $1.25 beer •Galleon: Happy Hour t1/ Bpm •Brazos River Bottom: C & W dance lessons with Tony & Brent, 9:30 *The Barn: Steak mg ht, lpm, S4.00, happy hour 9pm Here's the BAR-ZAAR /1st: places you might consider for dnnkmg, dmmg and sensual pleasures. 20/20, 3611 Fondren, 975-6356 Bacchus, 523 Lovett, 523-3396 The Barn, 710 Pac1f1c, 523-0213 Brazos River Bottom, 2400 Brazos, 528-9192 Briar Patch, 2294 Holcombe, 665-9678 Club Body Center, 2205 Fannin, 659-4998 Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant, 813 Rich­mond, 522-2365 Charlie's Restaurant, 1102 Westheimer, 520- 5221 Chutes, 1732 Westheimer, 523-2213 Corner Pocket, 823 Congress at Travis, 222- 2901 Cousins, 817 Fa1rv1ew, 528-9204 E/J's, 2517 Ralph, 527-9071 Exit, 109 Tuam, 528-8623 Club Flamingo, 907 Westhe1mer, 527-8830 French Quarter Theater, 3201 Louisiana, 527- 0782 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 Gt,oL---.j. __ ..L-~ flLA!WIA ... K ;, blO • G.illeon ~c..anJo.ls cl <! Qi. > '° "' 2 ~ l"l>' Y. c!. " FAIRVIEW HY~ PA~+<. 'R1 p~rd. • rc;,-t 1:!"e ~ubaoS • ,!.::.:;...;..;.;."'-'-jf-,--\--~~~-,-.~--1-~t.u-iJ• ?AC.C1=1c. wesrH£1ME1<... !'°nf{ch fl(l..l.A1~£. ,_,~~ l-lo1...cornB€ ~}('-"'- Kindred Spirits, 4902 Richmond, 623-6135 Pot Pie Restaurant, 1525 Westheimer, 528- K.J.'s, 11830 Airline Rd., 445-5849 4350 La Cucaracha y Cantlna, 3921 N. Main, 864- 5069 Lazy J, 312 Tuam, 528-9343 Mary's, 1022 Westheimer, 527-9669 Mldtowne Spa, 3100 Fannin, 522-2379 Montrose Mining Co., 805 Pacific, 529-7468 Momma's Money, 534 Westheimer 522-0045 Mother's, 402 Lovett, 520-7935 Norma's 5611 Club, 5611 Val Verde, 782-4761 Jo's Outpost, 2818 Richmond, 528-8318 Past Time, 617 Fairview, 529-4669 Q.T.'s, 608 Westhe1mer, 529-8813 The Ranch, 9150 S. Main, 666-3464 Ripcord, 715 Fa1rv1ew, 521-2792 Rock 'N' Horse, 1220 Taft. 520-9910 Club Romeo, 903 Richmond, 528-9110 Rubia's, 202 Tuam, 522-1207 Scandal's, 1419 Richmond, 528-8903 Spanish Flower Restaurant, 4701 N. Main, 869-1706 Studio 13, 1318 Westheimer, 521-9030 Venture-N, 2923 S. Main, 522-0000 :f.. f,~~~·~ Fine M~~a~~~~L~tin Food I \~. , P. .·.." ; •I e . , Happy Hour 4PM-7PM ~ J ~ ' 99¢ MARGARITAS <J . MONDAY MADNESS 99¢ Margaritas and 99¢ Well Drinks ALL DAV TWO-FER TUESDAY Fajitas For Two-$9.95 BORDERLINE WEDNESDAY All Imported Beers-Only $1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT We're here to serve you, Montrose! VENTURE--N 2923 MAIN 522-0000 . -Beer Bust-7 days a week Cash Pool Tournaments Tues. & Thurs. 7:30pm La Cucaracha Cafe"' ~ ~!?!.i~~ f:(j, ~.,.,... 864-5069 '"'~ OPEN 6AM-11 PM 2 FOR I OINNER WITH THIS AD Sundays Happy Hour Well Drinks WILD SUMMER SEASON: JUNE F Opening Night with JUNE R 9TH I JUNE I.eatber & Lice A~venture 16TH Dirty Dancing Contest at D Midnight with a $100 Prize GAYTPRIDE'Y'CELEBRATION A JUNE 23RD To Honor Our Past & Proclaim Our Present & Future Unity y .. ~.~ ~ JUNE TOG.A";~JPARTY s 30TH Featuring "Dazzling Roman Dancers" Throughout the Evening " HOT" VIDEOS • GO-GO DANCERS• DJ J.D. ARNOLD LOCATION: 2401 San Jacinto• Open 9 pm-2 am • Members $5/ Guests $6 STOP SEARCHING HOTLINE: 785-9258 THIS SATUQDA'{ ·°'.' ~ BATTLE OF THE BARS ~ .~.;;; CHI E COOK OFF J~·':' ,y (\ L , .. ~~ ' } ' 12 NOON TIL ? , ~- \ I ' • -.. SPONSOQED BY LUCY RAMEY /; «--.·. _ •• ~\ ~ ms. TTLJESDA;0 ~ f COME PARTICIPATE OR WATCH THE POOL TOURNAMENT I SPONSORED B'/ . I ~ DAVID CARPENTER, MQ TGRA CANDIDATE 1990, AT 7PM. $3 ENTR'/, PROCEEDS TO MONTROSE CLINIC THURSDA'fS STEAK NIGHT IS BACK! ?PM. '/OU BRING THE MEAT- WE SUPPL 'I THE REST . ....-Jk-------. BARN 710 Pacific 523-0213 BREAK TRADITION Celebrate this Memorial Day Weekend Southwest Style Friday-Cowboys In Action-Spm Saturday-Cowboys In Action-1 Opm Sunday-Fiesta Celebration • $1.25 Margaritas All Day Long • Buffet at Spm • Cowboys In Action-7pm Memorial Day Monday-Lunch at the Nelli Delli Reno's Special-SO• Tacos Happy Hour 'til 1 Opm Looking for a Library in Montrose? l ~ll ~ f 1 Montrose Branch We're a Library! Library is Houston Public Library's newest branch. We have books and non--print items for children and adults available for free checkout with a Houston Public Library card, and regularly scheduled storytimes for children as well as adult programs. 4100 Montrose Blvd. (almost at Richmond Ave.) Houston 77006 I 520--5487 Mondays and Thursdays: Noon to 9 PM I I Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 10 AM to 6 PM . SUNDAY We Welcome Back Little :Sit of Texas beginning ?pm Come dance till 2am at your Montrose Country Home MONDAY . We invite you to Annual Memorial Day :SEQ starting 3pm then for your pleasure Little Bit of Texas beginning 6pm WEDNESDAY We are looking for bartenders to show their buns for BARTENDERS CHEEKS OF THE WEEK B:RAZOS l\IVE:R BOTTOM • BOVSTON 2400 Brazos 528-9192 --x o ~o 0 00~anct~ 1419 Richmond S28·8903 PRESENTS TGRl\. \:.._,, -~; Uninhibited STARRING Stephanie Stallone Maya Special Guest THE CAMPETTES Coming June 3rd: The Miss Camp America Baseball Showgirls
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