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Title Montrose Voice, No. 467, October 5, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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Date October 5, 1989
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • LGBT Research Collection
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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE New Orleans gay bar patrons attacked THE NEWSPAf'ER Of MONTROSE C (oiamuoull' }lulth-'!mg (01111"' 11 FR ID AV October 5. 19891 IS. UE 467 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY Thund~ t<>m' er 1g Saturday. breezy and cou I-loo lbv JI' City proposes tax abatement for lower Westheimer l'\EW ORI.EANS ~AP>­Leaden of l'\ew Orlean1 gay rommunity are pu1h ml(forlltrongcriminall>('n alue1again111agroupof youth&aC"cu .. t'dof11ttackin11 patrons of at le118t one f''renC"hQnartf'rl(ayhar. TheHoust-OnDepartmentofMous ingandCommun1tyDt·velopment i11 propo11inll'. that the so-calkod "lower Wt'fltheimtr" area be de­clared a tax abutt•ment district to encourage revitalization here. Ac­oordingtoPault• ttePaHtor.thecit· y'• repre!U'ntative for tax ubate­ment distriC'lll. the •trategy allow a 1'llle.tobeabatedforlheyt-anw allow commercial bw11n('tl9 own era and develoJ>E'n to make 1m provemenUlon property mtheal't' a. The tax break would not apply to mult1-unit rftl1dent1al proJ)('r· tiee. and the de1<ignated di.trict i8 almm1t exclu11iw~I~ cummercial. Pa11tor11aid To better identify the problem11 in the area and obtain input from local businesses, a community meeting hae been scheduled at 12:00 noon on Wedne11day, Oct II at the Houston Metropolitan Mm· i11tries,3217Montrose We wanted to get 110me input from busine&IK'flinthearea.tollt"t' 1f this 1s something they would take advantage oC Pastor 11aid The meeting will alllO be a mean11 of infonninit Montl"<llle buHint'M ownen of other incentive pro­grams available to penona inter Pastor said a devl'lopt-r had re­quf'l! ted the city look at lower Wl'fith(·im(·r as a tarl{et area for tax ahatement and otht•r inn•n t1ve11. A11 with all propo11ed tax abatement cfo1trict•. th(· depart mt·M had thl' input of an fm•if{ned nt-iKhborhood plannn 1n <'harting thl' art-a to bi' <'lwered tin Montro11e, John Touchti ia the plannt'r for Community IWvelop­ment Area 23) The proposed tarjl'f't an-a C'<>Verw a aection of Wl'9the1mer from Yoakum to Bagb>·· oontinuing El Kin to Smith, flanked by a north corridor bounded by Cro<·kt>r on the west and Avondale on the north (Rosalie north ofElgin). and a 110uth rorridnr bounded h) Yoakum. Lon>tt and Taft. While PB!<torsaid the art'a wa11 mo11th· cummen·1al, .. he at·knowled11ed "therewa11nowaywecouldcom plt'l.el)' leave 1re11idl'nt't'9) out" of thl' tar)l"etarea 'There arl' evt-n rt11idential uniu right on Wt'tl'thl'imer it would have bw-n imp<JMihlt· tu lfel around them:· Pat;tor aaid Man~· t<mall bu~in Wl't!th1·imer already qualify for other property improvement in <·entiv('ll. Putor noted. Thl'lle in dude a r('volving small bu~inet!JI loAn fund pTOftTAm and facade im provem('ntloan1forbu1inesseton mAjnr lhorou11hfarf'll. a dui11na· tion which filJI We11theimer. Wed nudaY• meeting will al110 pro\· id(' an opportunity for the department to advi"e bu111nM8 ownt'nl ofthet1e prol(TIUTlll, •heaaid Tht· development department is hopin« Ill Ket city muncil to C"all a puhlit· heannK in t\ovemlx-ron the tux abatement d111tnct Putor 11&id Fourpe<oplewere11rre111ed l1111tw...-kendandu1Tu..edof au.ackmgp11trun1111ndc11u• ingdAma11·11tTheGolden Lantern bar in thl' Frt>nch Quann Local company wants to be gay television pioneer 'We will nut tolttlllt' unprovoked phy11cal ae· 11ault1unus11mplybft·a"" ,..e happen lo bi' people ulh· t'!"Pf'<'pledc.n"tlike:·JohnD Ra"'·Ja., a la"'yer and mem· beTofthe(;uHndl.nbum Bu1un-A:Jll<>Ciat10n.11111d Munda~· l'olkt- said tht'y didn't know what prompted thf all8aulu.attht-Goldenl.an ~" Montn,..1·\'uH<·bhi"r ··Ttw tnp ... a,. a tollll hu11t.' ... aid Mikt- Stubhl1·111·hl, wu•m111.1way hill ptt•·iou .. !y mu1·h-toutt-tl H·ntul'(>a11 if1t"'·..renothmgbutanm .. ignifi t·antwu1<1<-ol llml'. Stubblt•fit•!dlat er11dmittt>d.hu"'·Ht-r.thatht-11nd hi1< Hou .. 11>n·h1Ut"Clt'l>mp11ny.lheAl lt'rnat1v1· Hr<-adnu•hnK Sn\'l<"ll", had ltJO<l about ~."o.OllOnn th(•J"(Unt tnptoAtJ1mt1cCity tulilm11p1J.1t fora11o1•aPUP"f'a"''thicuyandlet1hi· ancharal"lniJ. Stul>hll'fit'l..1 It-fl llrnuton "'nh .f50 pound11 uf t<ju1p1n1·nt-"'lt\·1 lllO>l1Ulfllt't"1U, li)l"hl>1,9<"11fldt'qu1j>" m .. nt,11ndli0nn-1m·parrdto•h01•! thepr,-.,.ip1..d.1>rM"t111i.11ndpre ~hearM'd p1lot--011 l\uK. ;!~ Ai' cordme to him. th1· prodtid ht• •• rin-dll•prodVl"t'"'llllnulpl't'\>art"<!al all s,,, un S1·1•t l hf" l<h1ppl'd h111 tcearh.lt·k1oll"uall>11an.Jrelurn..d .w..i th nn1h1ntc loul 1h1· ul 11ht-111.art Wh11t"'1>rkt-<!unp;1p ... didn't "'"'k "'lwn "''' l<lurt<~l to .. hoot 1t would hnH• l~·m~ uut IOC•undml( lik .. th .. ao1d1·m1t· nhunl rhild."" -ttt~--...tl••-'Ptoltt. IK:r>J>lht·hndprn1uubl;,o.ipprov...i and .. unkh1sdrt·nm~11nct1HH·ket11u1 tnw1th um·hi-t·k1·denthu11111Mm A .. hd h"" h•· t·ould huvt· mndt· ~uth u <••11il) nrur. Sluhbl1·twld •·m phn>'1'1-dth1·1mpur1111u·eolth1·1deR 1t..(•ll.andth,·n,n11·1•tut11ay11ndle.· bian U'l<·•uo"n mgorr1t'T"l. l\H.-;11a t<idt-hn,.lul•1r •tlu\o·lorlh•·loni,: tim" hroadC"a1<tm11: proft-... iunal. mo·nll ·tn u<h·nn hu1 rln·.im "'·ho fl'('l8 h111 alre11dy et1tabli11h•·d Wh.v gay· and h·~h111n tt·ln1~1un·.1 t•ontaC"IJ<givehimadefin iteadvan In a pn·pnrt-d promotwnal p11rk1·t lnfCl' ma frontier whost' timf' h1111 forl\/IS.Stubhlt·fi~·ldt<tll\t"flthattht· rom1•. Stubblefield JS UMlllll the pn>l gay t"mmumty hua nuti,:rown rad1u 1U1 of bi,. e><tabliaht'd bul<me><11-<he a11 1t1 hrOHdcBt;tml( nwdium. unri ut produces tele•·111ion C"ommttt"ia!K, tt•1<l3 lo the t'Ommumty'a \>ron·n tram mg film111nd ~11le11prom011and mark1·! l~•tt·ntial ah•o ..ella and t<'n·i•·e. ~·idffi ('QUlJ>' W1·•n·• •·iuht'. ·tivt· 11ud 1"}'111 l"n"umert-ntity.(Ju1te ,ften."'<·iut bt'tter <:quippl'd th .. thn muwn llt'll to d1·mo11Mtrnh· our l<>yulty "r lat'kthert'OCtht•rf'll'lt"t'MIH\1 ... And Stuhhlf'fil'ld 1111<il"'tS thut po kntinl lll\'t'~torM 11.n· wott·hmtc do..elyfor11pnidu<"tth1·yrnntak.-11 th11nc('on.llt-ct.11m1<ht-hudtot·un C"el1<eht-tlult-dmt't'tintcs"'·1th" iwt "''<>rkprod andattynd1C"ut111n ('Ompuny·rt-p....,nt.HtivemAtJun•; C1h heca1111 h•• ad no fin lwd pr001tt1ll:•Offtr. Th"Y"'t'!'tatillvny1nt .. rn1<-d they1u11dll:>COmf"backwhenlhad aome1h1nl(tllshu"'tht•m, h 11 id T 11t>11poperald<'a111oneofthree ,.h<iw• that ..;tu' llefieJd lll•Y• luwt­<: 1'm•- off 1he Afi..-; ni"'·ini;i: OOard andareuivark>ua11taaeaold1•vt-l•1>· m I The faded pilot Pl"UJl'l1 II· vc.lwd a Mripl l"led ""The l"l'nteC: baHd ••n theact1\·1t1M1 ll.I it l(<lY and lt•1bian romm11n1tyttnlttandthe hveaoith•< ill.l"&t1erllon"''ln>d1n the renter. Stut.blcfield 11aul hehkt-d the ba.-<1t· ,iif.a, md h ill •urn·ntly· "'·orkini;i:w1thi.x·a1111 wnh ion amort·rf'alisti• adupt11tiu Twu I>n>)«'l.11 th11.t an• fortl alo.,.lheprod-....:iipathar.The Sn•n(·."an1·w11m11.wuiirwfnrnuot1n fonn11.tinn ~h"w und an aut!wnt~· pHrticipation talk Hh''"· Th .. n•·"a pml{t"llm "'ill proluihly l>t"th•·tirMt 1·•·mplf'tt>d.Stubhldidd1md Exdurimg Alt't'llll l"ablt· r•·l(lll1t tuma.thert-art'fr"'· rul1'1ltob1ndtht• fledwling t"Qmpany11 pro1crarns. Stubbit-ri~Jd 1a1d h1 ru1u1rt-melltH indude11 rt'!llri<11<> 'n11• mglnutdirt't.1lypt<rtmenuoboocrm ty.11nd11rt'qu1ll>t<·11a.v ll'l<bmnplot tht·mt·ormt"flHllllt' Tht· KllY and lt'tlluon l~•mmumtp lll't'<l1<lt•lt•VU<i"nn"1twuyofmform inw. 1 .. tu('nt111g. l)romot11111 und uni l}"lrllC I M"l'ltll impt·ndinKnt~-dfor tt·h·~·i~iun to IM· u11plit-t! Rll a t<~>I for th•· , ... mmunity a11"'·1·ll u~ an 11-du1·11 1um1l1 t<MJI fortht•non11u•· t~•mmu niiy,· Stuhblt-tirld 11111d. lie nntt'<l th11theupe<111h111fi,,.111.ud11·n«'lllu lM• lur111>l.~· non KHY Stuhhlf"lirld11111dhe11,J.ao"11nl!I .\l\..'i to 1,...· .. m~ 'tht· lead1nj!" mt'dia .,4,1rr,·1n thf'11outhfurAllJSuwar(·· 1w1111 ..du1·11,t1unal 1el"''iluun ... Att.S •\'er wrofAJllS1.M11e.,.·ouldp-o­moi. · "HJM>altin·andaafrhlt'l<t.•·le "''1thoul l>t'llllC j11dg11M!ntal 11hout lhc ti 1yleondpt·r111ont1l•·101C"t'll>f1my m•-nihrr of th~ ('OTT •un11y. n the prnduttr'11v111icio. fWf,.rt' any ot thMI "'"' happen. \like Stuhhlt·lil"ld knuw11 AH.S w1 I hn••·toprodue1:ut••mplt1t·.morkt't l<hl1·pilutforu11t·<>ftht..,•prol(ram11 /It• 11111d ht· U1 prt'l"trt...! lo link hiH ""ntimt•11ndmun .. y·intotlwpn• until 1\ llUtTt.,.,IN. Wt• ('()lltlUUllllY prnmott·thi.11 !"<.>Ill mumty IM"<:UU~t' "'t·do ht·lit•H thU1 om·11t·r11oncan mnkt•udifft•rt•nl~·in 11om,.>rw e1H1··ll lilt· und tdt"\'illinn t·nnlwth11tnwthumth11tl·11rriP our mo'llHOjlt-.'"ht•,.md So1·on~11u·rd.Stuhhlt·lit•ld .. aidht· "''l1 t•\·1·n huya1lotofairtmlt'or 11han .. ! pni11rnnu111nj!" 11lot to hrmj!" •neuih11ne11tlonHtuth1•illTt .. ·nfor Police 1<pokt'eman Juhn BryiKln .. aid h1•had nouffi cialn·pnruiofanyinttdeni. atotherban<.althoutchwit nl .. ~8llaidtht"rl•w(•rt•1nt•1 dcnti1inoneort"'·oothere11- tabliHhmtnt1 and at len"t fiveveopleweremJured The Golden Lantern i~ a i;mall ne1ghbt1rhood bar thathuC"att-rt'dmOILtly 1<1 g11ymf'nforabuut:!Oyear1, Rawlasaid.Ucaaidatcroup 1>fyuun11menw11.11playing pool and lhert' "'al nt ai)(n 1>ftruuhleuntilonec'tle strangen<blockrdtht-dnor t.othemen•ru<•m and re­fu.... dtnletont-c.. thee• tL>mcn 0111 Thrn. poo cuea atartt'dfly·mg Police aaid thrt't' adulta and Ofle iuvemle were ar rl'>!tt'd and bookt'd w1thaw· gra•·att'dbatteT)IThethree udull.tl sla.o "'t'rt' t:wJOked w1tbc .. ntributinetothede-­linqu1 ·ncyofammor. Governor proclaims AIDS Prevention and Awareness Delta Lambda Phi chapter organizes at UH ~,~~'t'~ -'"·"""'•mffi~ Tuesday I' 1m1~t 0•1o..,, a .. By SHERI ('Otu-:r\ DARBONNE Mont..-\"otttf:d11-0r "I think that"• one of the main thing;•, vi1ihihty A lot of people don't knov. we·re ht-re'." said Geoff Weet. prNident of the nt'wly formed l'nivl'r&ity of HouMton chapter of Delta Lambda Phi l'ra termty.1-'orthAtreuon.WNtcun tinued, the local Delta 1.ambda brotheu are makm11 vi.iiibility on cam pu•onl'oflheir.mn.iorthrui;ts this eeml'8ter. WeBtreferrt'dtoanartidewhkh rnn in the MontroNe Vo1<'e on Sept 22 about a branC"h of l)('lta Lamb­da Phi lhat had rttently formed in SacrAmento at ('ahfornia Stall' Umvenoty thl're. WNl And h1a fra ternity brother Gilbert Gahan. vice prl'l!identofthechapter. both calledtheVoic:eaftt-r11tt1ngthear tide Delta Lambda Phi ia the nation al gay fraternit)', formed m I~ and nu"'' bow.ting about 11 groupe. althoug;h nolall areoffi· cially rncoirniied. natumwide Thoug;h the Hou11ton d.dpter h1111 been oritamiing 1mce May andw1111grAtedoffidaluni,·er..1t)' recognition in June, the fraternity just got ita charter on Sept 16. makingitanofficialC"hapteroflhe national organiiallon The wroup i•ju•t fini11hinw ita firwt full ru•h activiuee and hope11 to double 11.8 memberahip thia 8('met1ter. Pres ently, the chapter haa only tix membert Joe lmrek,publicrelalionsand fellow•hipC"hair forthl'fraternity, •aid open rush rvenu re<"ently held al Rich's and lhe Altic wl're encouraginw. ParticulArly inter­eating, henoted,waathefactthat the reprt'llentativee &l'f'med to meet more internted UH atudenUi atthl'fleoff-campi.1location1than attheunivennty. :And moat of them didn"t even know we exi1wd had nf"Ver heard of 111 unul they 1aw 1111 (al thecluba);" Jmrek added 'Thi• ii why we really need to put more emphasis on being \'iHi hie on campua;· he said The Univerai1y of HouslOn KTOUp is the "Eta Chapter:· or fifth official C"hapter of the national Mo aociation, based in Waahington D.C. It waa founded by Briun J,1('m. who now servee Elli the group's secretary. Becauee there are so few mem bera. each of the present broth(' rs mu11t hold an office as well ae chair a C"ommitttt. West said al lir11t il WWI discouruging to t<l'f how few of the people who origi nally had expressed intere11t in formingachapterofthefraterni ty were willin11 to commit them llt'lves to the hard work involved m11tartingit11p .• S<ome of the people didn "t want to work. They thought it WWI a Rood idea. they wanted lO have fun and part}'. but they weren"t committed to the work in~·olved:' Weat•aid At the outs.et ofthia rush. lmrek ~aid, it seemed ajl'.81n there wouldn't be much interest on campwi. but then ""the word got out:' He cited a "phenomenal" turn out for the event at RiC"h"s, noting that m06t of the people now on the oontan list were not involved with any t ther orgamza· hon Though many of the present memben are also member11 of UH'• Gay and Lesbian Student A&1ociation, Westsaidtheroleof Delta Lambda Phi a8 aC"ampusor tcaniiation is very different from that ofGlSA We"re primarily a social organ iiatlon. We"re here to establi11h a role model that gay etudenllJ C"an feel comfortable wilh, and eetab­lish cloae friendshipe through 80- cial activitiee." West explained. Al so, the totally non-political feel ofa fraternity attracts 110mestu dentll who will not Kl'I. involved in other organizations. hi' 1Jaid ""Some (student.3) feel that ju111 being a 'gay organization" makea Delta lambda Phi br1JChtr1J1~ /mrtlr and Geo{{ \fr•I pion to make /hi' l '11 C"haptt·ruf /he natwnol RD.\ frafl'rn<t)· Sttn and heard un •·ampu" thUJ yi·ar (anadHX"a(·ygrouplapohtiC"alor ganvation:· We11t 11a1d. ··They"rt• not romfortable gt•lling involvt-d 1nthmg8likethat."'Thefraternity s1•rvt'llaa'"a(11rK'"ial1alternativefor 11aym(·nthatwa"n"ttherebefore." he •aid Al110, many11tud('ntsarestrug· glingwithcominwoulforthefirsl time. Wut noted. The clollt' til'•of a fraternit)' brotherhood can make a difft•rt'nC't' in •uch a l:M:T11\lfi 011 healthyadju11tmenttohi1identity. he said Previou11b·. a main role model for young gay ma](' coll<'Ke •tu dt·ntii wa11 ·"Stephen {'arrington." lmrek quipped. ('arrini[T.on wA11 a C"haracter on the110apopera "Dy nwity-" lncontruttoatatemenl.llmade by the Sacramt•nto ftTt>Up. Wl11t and lmrek said Houston"11 Delta Lambda Phi brothenirnn party tl!I hearlilyastheotherfratH.And.h(' said,thesociale,·entHdun"tinter ferewithschol8lit1C"p1:rforman<"e In faC"t. I think it 11ddH 11omt· thing:·west11aid.··1t"11hardtot•x plain . there's more motivation. 8(1mehow,knowin11thl'rl'Rr('11ther JX'Ople around you who cart- how you"redoing inS<.·hool' We try to work around t-Vl'r~ one'1 hour11 and schedulu," lmr(•k added The group hM a dinr..1· mAke>­up. if you con1iderthl'8Cholru;t1c agendu of illl membeni. Delta Lambda Phi memb...ni includt- a m11Hic major v.·ho ia an opera 1intc· er.ahutelandre11taurantmanaKe ment maior. a dancer. a pvt·\ and All>S i'l"l'wntio •nd Awueneu pt'<>~!··"tti~h"~,i!t"::d1 G~j~.1~~e \1onth in Tua.. ooinnd1•ntally, art' double majuni rhi procl11.mation ( 'I~ AlllS '"the in anthropoloKY and e<.vnomiCll. 11108t 11r.-..re pubhc ht-alth thrcat m whdl' Imrl'k UI maJorm11 m mtt•r· our rountn· i.><iay·· and ott'tl Aills nnttonalbu•mesa. . edut·atinn and a"'·an·n.-.111U1··nu Thou_ghoffk1allyr('(:o:iKni1edby cial t-lt>m('nlll in th<· prewntion of j~aen!"~d~"J~h~t;.u~o~oau~~i!!~l~~ this dt-'a~tatmtc di .. eallt'" tht• lnterfroternity Coundl AIDS, arquin·d immum· d('fit·1<·n It dtM•"n"t look like it would be C}' syndrome. attnt·kH the lxody"11 im toot-811y(toju in),""1aidlmrek.who mum· ~YKtern, lt·n•inll llH •ittim• i;uid tht•y f!'(."l"ived a "cool"" re<"t'P- \"Ulnt•rahle to" ho~t ufoppurtuni11ti< tionfromthe(·ouncil inft ... ·tion11 Act1vit1111 planned for th111 M·· ml'lltl'T indudt• part1(·ip11tmw in Hom1 ... vming at·uvitit'll. numer ouH p11rllt11, mcludm11 an open Hallowt>t·n party. 110Cial 11enic1: proJl'cts and fundr81Ners. AID~ Foundation Hou~ton hu been th(' gwup"a mam tar(!'.et for 11er\"1ce wurk ao far, Wl'8t 11aid. I It-le.a Lambda Phi al11<> paruc1pah-d m ·swet·l{'hanty:· a fundraiserfor Clt·ment11i11t1ut'dth~·prodamation at tht' rl'QU•.,.I of Ht•alth ('ommi11- 11iont-r Ur. Rubert Hern~tt•1n and Edu cation C"mmi1111io11t r W ~ l\1rhy AC"COrdme to a St-pt :.!:.! Df'part mt-nt •f Ut-ahh rt"port. ~ ~llM Ttllan• ha•·t- bttrt d1111f110M"<i "''th AlllS ard-li71 of them hsv•dit'<i thl'AlllSlnterfaithCoun<'il thi.ii ~-------, ANked ton1U11etheharde.;tob- 11tacll' fat"f'd by the 11roup durinl( illl or«aniution. Wet1t jnkinl{IY cited "findmlf a lambda" lie explained that while mak inlf th('irtred1tional fraternit) paddJ,. lO bto-ar the L)('lta Lambda l'h1 ("rt•11t and GrN.'k ll'lter11. ml'm· fM•rH ~arthed diligl'ntly for a lombdaat local crallt•torli"llC"arry in11 the lt'"tler11. They werea]m(IHt tothepointofgivingupwhenon1 noticed Anupt1idedown''V" "Ohyl'ah we could have told yuuthat ... W!'fltquotedabrotherat th(' national office in Wa11hington aH saying. But the Mouston l{roup hBlt 1•arned ttll own di11tinction "'ith repr('tlt'ntative. of the nation al fraternity 'Thl')'C!lllu•theM11.11teraoflm pruviliation:· lmrt·k 1a1d. "When plan11 fall through. or 1umething doesn"t aeem to be working. we qutfkly find a way to make it work uut the)· rerogn!Lt' u• for that ... We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice 2 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1989 Gay activists, Christians clash over annual march Activist episcopal bishop dies !:iYIJ!'\EY Au1<tralia ~l'Ph­More than 5000 gay r1ght8 a\.· llVUJt8 launt·hed a ram of wa tedilled rondom•. e.cp and bttr can1 on an anny ofChri&­tian1 •taging a "cl10an11ing march"throughSydney'1gay rommunity The 4000 ('hriuian11 led by the Rev_ Fred Nill» a New South Wales politician, were jeered and jostled Monday 81 th!Oy marched along Oxford Street in l)arlinHhuut, the ~nterofthecity'11HaY C<Jm· munit)· Six gay supporteni weresrrest ed in the melee and charged with offen1ive behavior. throwing mis· 11iles and other offense., pohet! said The marchers-including Pentecostals. Anglicans, Bap­tiste, Meuianic Jews and the Evangelical SisU'rs of Mary-un· wittingly provoked Sydney's wild est gay Ct!lebrationssincethean noal Gay Mardi GrlUI proces11ion last February, which the proteet en cited sq the reason for their march Nile uid. the Christian mareh!Onihadresolvedto'"remove the llrain of hom09exuality from the city" Crowds of gay mton and le11bian11 and their 1upport.er1 heckled the Christians. 11howering them with mulurolored11treamere "Two. four. 111x, eight, are you 11ureyour priet1ti1111traight!' they yelled Nile had gathered his followert1 inwhathesaidwasabid"to11ave the 1auls" of the hom<>11exuals, and likened h16 '"Cleansing March of Witn101111forJl'tiu1ChrisC toal(i· ant vacuum cleanl'T cleaninK up the "11tain"ofhom0flexuality We have to follow the 11ame route 811 that of the Gay Mardi Gra.sbecau11ewehavet.ocleanthe strffi11 of Sydney where they marched;'Nile11aid "We have to get God to forgive ourcity.lknowthesemenareper vertsbecause l have seen them in their magaiinl'lil. I haveseenwom en with placard111ayingthey are lesbiansforJelilu11andl have seen men with placard.I 11aymg they arepoofteni forJesuti Nile called on hie Chri.Btian follower& to knttlon the road and.pray together to guide the Ntow South Wale11 l(OVern· ment'sfuton•deci11ion1onho-m0& exoality Ont•gay rif{ht1activiatclad in a Hatman suit pa88ed leaf­lf't. 11 to the Christians outlin ing how the goy community had worked together t.o stop the spread of AIDS WASHINGTON IUl'll-The Right Rev_ John Walker, the firt1t black Episcopal bishop to M-rve the District of Columbia and a champion of a greater role for blacks and women in the church, died Sept. 30 followinl( triple by· paes heart surgery, the dioceee 11aid.Hewaa64 Walker, known as a driving Civil rights chief to attend symposium despite gay protests forceofracialreconciliotionand national change within hia chureh, died of cardiac arret1l at Georgewwn Uni\'ert1ity H011p1tal He had undergone triple bypa.1111 SANTA ANA. Calif. IAP)-The nation'11topc1vilright.1officieldt>­. fended his planned participation in a fundamentali•t Chru1tian group'1111ympoo11umonh<Jmoeexu ; ality despite criUdMm from f{ay ac-ldon'tknowwhatall the fuui1 'about:' William B Allen. chair man of the U.S. Civil Right.I Com miM11ion, said Sept. ~- He rejected the idea that taking part in thf' : l1ympo1iom indicated he wrui anti 'ay civil rights flll&ranteed. to every American are not one whit Iese fl'USranteed t.o homoeexuaJs;' said Allen. 45, a profe8110r of govem ment at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont-ange County Vi11ib1hty League 'ltillmean-spirited.non-prod.uc­tive and diviM1•·e:' LeTourneau SBld of the 11ympo111om. which he andothergayactivU.t.11c•cmt.endia meant t.o promote Sheldon's anti The sympoeium scheduled for homoeexual idellll this weekend i.B 11poruiored by the "Fur him t.o be lend.inf{ the pre. Anaheim-baaed Califomia Coali· tigeoftheofficeofthechairofthe lion for Traditional Values, led by U.S. Civil Righll!Comml.811ion toa theRev.LouisSheld.on,avocalop- conference that't goinH to be fo- 11<ment of homOflexuality cosing on how not to let.gay people Community Cent.er that 11erve11 gay men and lesbians in Sacra Sheldon said Allen wa11 invited for hi.Ii views on public policy and i.B to clarify the idue of whethtt gay11 are entitled to protection from d.iecrimination b&lled on their11exual orientation. In addition t.o Allen. another heart surgery Sept- :ti<, thediOCf'Sf' scheduled speaker is U.S. Rep. Wil- 11aid ham Dannemeyer: R-Fullerton . whoet' ideM on AIDS treatment Walkerhadcalled.repeatedlyfor and other illlluN have anf{t'red greater understand.inf{ and 11ym gays. path) for AIDS •·ictims and reject l)annemeyer had placed a reso- :::~.:~u;ue~i~~~a:n\h~fd~':'= luuon before the rea>nt_11tate R.... 11exuals and intra•·enousd.rug 011· publican Party convention reJect· ers_ He also establillhed the fir11t inf{ the idea that hom08exuahty full-timechaplaincyinthechurch and het.eroaexuality are equally to minister to AJJ)S patients. acceptable lifl'fltyle11. Thatre110lu lion, along with another denying Walker, whOfle dioceHe included. party re-cognition t.o gay-oriented the District of Columhia and GOPgrooP11,wa11qua11hedbystate Montgomery, Prince George's, GOP leaders. Charles and Saint Mary's C<Jun ties m Maryland, lS CT{'(hted with changing the traditions of thf' ,---------------------------------------------, Episcopal Church to thf' advan tsge of women and blacke t "My fundamental view is that "We are absolutely outraged" at have civil right.& is just uncon Allen's participation, eaid Jeff ecionable;· said the Rev. Jerry LeTourneau,co-founderoftheOr- Sloan, director of the l.ambd.a Although LeTourneau predicted. that hundred.ii of gay1 from around the state would converge on Orange County to protl'flt thf' sympoeium,Sheldon is refusinf{tO disclose the location Supreme Court to hear arguments in AIDS contamination case AL:STIN jl,'PIJ· -Thf' Texa11 oral arflllment8 Oct. 2.5 before de­Supreme Court al(rttd Wed cidingwhl'fherthecouplecanpro­nft! day to hear arf(Uments eeed. t.otrial fnim a South Tcxa11 h011pllal The Longorias alleged in their and a blood bank that da1m 1986 wrongful death suit that thl'Y W!Ore not negligent in the McAllen Methodist and United death of a girl who reo;eived Blood ServicetJ were negligent in AIDS·contammated blood. failing w secure uncontaminated Tho: hif{h e<1urt overturned blood by not testing the blood for an appeal11 court ruling that the AIDS virus or acreening high granted Juan and Maria risk donors 1-">ngoria a trial in their law Their daughll:'r, San Juanita 11uit agmn11t McAllen Method Longoria, re«"ived an AIDS.con isl H06pital and l:nited Blood laminated blood transfusion Services. The court will hear shortly after she was born in July 1982 while being truted for a TE'I' p1rawry problem. The girl re­ceived IH unit.II of blood. all a(·· quired from L:nited. She died just after her fourth birthday from AIDS-related c:au11e. The hOO!pital aricued that 11 ml'f all thestandardsofcan·required m J9n2 becau111: it wa" not yet known that Ill\'. the •·iru11 that caulll'flacquiredimmunt•deficien cy11yndrome.rouldbetram1mitted 111 blood, and that no teetexi11ted to diagnoee AIDS. Thl' blood bank also&rjCUed.thatitml'tsllthestan dard11 for care Anexpertwitnesl!forthedefen dents Letitified that the first CBl!e of transfusion-related AIDS W8JI not identified until Dec:. 191'2, al· m08t aix months after San Juanita rec('i"ed her tram1fusion Donoracreeningdidnotbeginun tilMarehl~l. A district. court in Hildalgo County i88ued a summary judf{­ment for the hatipital and the blood bank in Dec. 1%7. but the 13th Court of Appeals in Corpu11 Chri11tireve1'1ied.therulinl(Mayltl and ordered the C8111' back t.odis­trictcoun for tria\ Thf' hoep1tal and the blood bank appealed to the Supreme Court, arf(Uinl( that the ap­peal• court erred m re .. ersing the summal)· judl{T1lent be­cause the record conduaively proved that the defendant8 were not negligent The .Supreme Court granted the point of ordf'r and agreed toh10aroralargument.1in the case to decide whether the Longoriwt may proceed to a trialonthemeriteoftheca.se Activists hope Helms, Humphrey amendments get stuck in committee Uyt'LIH'O!\Elt.I. Mnri\,..,_\',.,...,c.,r~porido:nl "'ASllJ/\(;T(J!\-ln debate on the l~J l.11hor. ~h·alth and Hum11n St>nke111ppro1•na1ion1bil1,,nS,.pt :.!!. theSen11to:al{l"l"l'<itot"'oAIDSre lated amendmo:nu fmm Sen JKllt' lle!m .. <H -;\ C• and another anti· 11ay am .. n<!mt'llt trom Sen. Gordon Humphrey 1H-!>i II) banning fed l'ral funda from ht-mg ullf'd lorpr& l{ll)public1chooledu,·auonalmate­nal11 Early in the d11y'1 pl'OC't-edmp, S..n Alan Cran11ttm dl-Calil ). 11ttlun11 lo 11df'>!tep an nport"ted aml'ndment !rom Helms "'lthhold mg f,.derid fundMtoAJDS,.ducauon prolfT11m1 "'·hu·h ··prumotl' or en 11t•UTRJll',d1re<."tl}·orrndirec:tl)'.homo­,... xualllt'xual11<·t1~ity.''mtroduceda f"ub .. titute umt·ndmt·nt identical to 1"' '.~~~·~;:n~>~ Y;:endment would m11ndutt· tlmt h'derally funded AIDS .,.tun\l1onRI prof{rl\ma not · pronwlt•or 1·m·ouraj11',d1rt'<:tly, m triwennuH dru11 abu!lt· orstxunl ac ti\"ily.homoowxualorhefrr<-xual: and><huuld•n•lt·adhede .. ij{n..dl(i "redut••• l'>•IK"'Ull' t<1 and tmn .. mt• 1<ionoflll\ Aller brK•I commo·nbl from t'nm "t"n Hild S··n. Brci<:k Adam" ill On11•·01eonan1den11c·11lmie111<urt l .. t yr11r. lldna •·•>Oft'l'<.>!lllly OP' pc.edthel'r11f\l!ton1uhtot1l11teand Jo.t<mthrt'"f'oon•l'l'UllVl'vl>tillllto1m· pc>M"h1110.,.·nversmn.l-ln"'en·r.evl'n Hl'lms •opportl'd the Cran .. tun amen<tmt·nt th11 year. S.·n. Prtl' I Domrnid 1 H - ~ M Wll>I slMient lrom !hf' d11~··s bu•Lnf"U Latrr. ill'lm11 mtr~un•d l!ln amendm .. nl <"O-•pon1M>red by l:'f-n l>anCoate•tH-lnd.),whith"'·ould ban fedt•rnl lundH from bl'm1uttffi for AIDS prtnntwn proirram• wh1chd11<tnbu1.l' IV dr1111net·<ll<·aor bleach to clean IV need.It"' l.a•tyt•ar.lh•lm"11ttatheda11imi lar amrndmt·nt W tht" !!IN! AIDS ommbu•a•·t.onlytt>have1tsm1·nd i: ~~~:i"~e1~~~:.~'iu~;fl'.~:~::;:7~:1~ lth~·ht'lped11t••Pthf'1<pr .. adofAlllS, mu,·h1£1Hl'lm11'd111may llunnf{ tht' d .. b11te on th,.yl'ar'1 nt"tdl., d11<tnbuuon tmendment. pMl•.,.·e~"". th .. b1JJ'.slttopubht"tlnman t=;~ A~:;;::,:H.::~n~hie amt-ndment. stating that theSenstt hadnotoonductedhearing11onnee­dle difttribution programa. Specter .. u11geoited an excepuun to Helnui' amendment a1milu to the one pro­posed IR11t year. Helm11 •u1111"ted in .. tt-ad1hatsuchprogrsm11bl'llllo"'ed only if the Prll!flident. not the Sur gt'On Gl'ner11I. appro•-ed. After H,.Jma aml'nded hit own nder. it P818ed b~· a 99-0 \"OU' Hrlm~ rose again to offer an smendmentmand11tingthat11.111e11 enact legtalation which would "'rt>­quirf' that 11 good faith effort be made to notify (the)1poul!l'ofan AIDS-infected patient"' or risk lo. mgall thl'ir federal AIDS fund• Wemu11tgetswayfromthi&buei n .... ofp\aymg politiai with Al DS; •l!.id Helme. MOh. I know the Ams lobby i11 a great preNure group They have ralliee and condemn tho..ethattalkabout ... m11ndatory tet1tin11ornotifyinginnocentspoue rs. But ll't thl'm CTiticiie Jeue Helm•. Th11t suitt me just dandy ·Jf.,.edonotg..tittoday,wieare i1<>ingtol(l't!thebillp818edJtomor­roworsomewhl'redowntheline,'' he added. "Wl'aregoingtovou-on1l o•·erandoveragain.untilenough M"ntlon makeuptheirm1ndthat theinnocentspm11eh&11k>mienght1 ~· Aftft Specter explained that the Center•furU1•<-1•1<e(.',.ntrulalready ur11ee11tatt'lllt)allo"'for•·oluntar}' e<mtact tradnlo( of 111·x and n....dle 1harm11partm·r11.heeondudedthat 1he mie011ure.,.·8.f1aln·ad)· 1n effect andheu"' nore111«m tuop!J<NWit The h111'1 Dem<KTat1~ man~er, Sen. Tom llarkm 111-luwa). and Sc>n.t:d.,.·ardl\t'nned)·•U-Maas thf'n e<>n•'U!Tt'd "'1th Specter"• a .. lf'8'1mem and the amendmf'nt passedona!H4•·vte Thefour1rnatt>r&votml{sgllin11t theamend,.,.,entwereSen"' Barbus Mikul•ki 11).-Md.~. Howard Metzenbsum llJ.-Ohiol, l'hn"to­pher •·t.:1t" Bond IR -Mo.I and Al bl'rtGorelll.-Tenn_I. After thevote.f{aylohbyiHttwere notclearonwhateffecttheme8llure would h1~e. urwhatit'• fate would bl'incommittt>e "The definition of·l{uod faith' ia preuyval{ue;'.,tstedJefflevi.lobby i8l for Gay Men'• lleal!h Crilli11 "SJ)('<"tf'r'11rt·allyf{<>Odl11wytrandl knowhtwantttofixthatme<mfer ence. Thelluu..,.doe11n'tlikl'th1~10rt ofthm11.andinfa..iwehevearec­orded vote m the llou-.t 11gain11t 1fodnallymandatedJ1pou1M1lnotifi cation. When "'·t· gl'toutofe<mfer enc:ew1thth1s,1f1t1Sn'tdrupped11lto­gether, lhl'"'Ont"'e"'illendupwith are the gu1dehnrs of the /\-.ci11llon State and Terrilonal llealth Offi n•rs. which are more in keeping .,.·1tbthel'DCguidelinee.Ll'vi1a1d Immediatelyafterthl'•·vtl'ontht Helm8nolificationrider.l-lumphtty offeredanamendmentwh1chwoold bantheu..eoffed.eralfundi<to"pro­moteordi11tribuu- materialsd1rectf'd at the t.eachi11¥ of 1chool children and.,.·hichpromuteorenmurs11eh•1 mo•exuslity_ or oRewordtstatml{ th11hom0ttexualityi~norm11l.natu ral or hl'althy." Vnlike a 111m1Jsr smendml'nt offtted 18"tyt'llr. this Yt'llT·Haml'ndmentianarn•"'·lylim ited to materials for sc:hoolt. Thie prt'V1ou~ all·enoomplll!llin11 amend· ment e<•uld have &fleeted all federlllly·funded Ams education program11snd mental health coon sellin11effortJ11tJ1 well After describing homOHexunhty asa"learnedbl'havior;'"not11genet ic predispoeition. llumphrey madl' veiled reference• to the "unfoldin11 trel{edy·· in the HouHe involving openly fl'.llY Rep. Barney Frank (I) - Mae..) Humphrey al..o referred to therecentpract1cehys .. meact1v1HU toexposealle11edl}'homo><exualle11 ial1tonwhoworkagam><lJ1ay11nd INbianinterll!flUI -A fe"' of thOM" lfTOUps-and I wsnttoemphuizefew-•nf'Orl"''" frmf{iegroups_ha•·eatumptedto 1meuthenamesofper11onMmpub­lic life .,.·ho act1vely opllC*' the1r point of view:· stated Humphrey 'Clearly the 111tentofthe11e 8mear campa111n111mt1m1dat1on.Clearly tht' mtf'nl 1" to mtimid11te thotewith whom theyhanpolicydiff,.rencee Wtll.thstwillnotwork Humphrey. himself. hu bttn a targetofstl.llckabygll)"acu•·,.ts who ha•ie claimf'd thrarch-rieaction· Ga~· 1ctivi11t had planned to amend Humphrey'• amendment. butbecauteof1techniclllity.thst w111 not p1>1S1ble. Cran11wn then of­fered• mouon totablethetmend· m .. ntafterdefendin11isyandle11bi an couneellmK programs. Hum· phrey denied that theamendment wa1in anywayd1rKtedatcoonlll'I linfj'.prugrams,butmRteadateduca tionalmateriala Themouontoteblel01tbyavotl' of 1:1-X.'> with &>n11. Domenici and Male<ilm Wallop (R-Wyo.) abiient andnot•·oting GayRndleabianlobbyiH!Jlquickly reacted with e11pf'<:ted di11pp0int mentatthepa"11agl'oftheamend ml'nt It JUHl j{Ol'I to 11ho"' you huw muehmoreworkwene-edtodowith the &>nate on 11111.1eoi of aay )'ooth and homoeexuahty.'' stated Peri Judi' Radt"<"iC, Natmnal Ga~· and 1 ... ~b1anT011kf'"orcelobby1><t. ·What thcyd1dwaJ1"'rong. and ... ·enl"t'dto Jl'tthatmts1<8ileoull(iouract1vi11U 1ndoon><titutnttthatlhe1rM"flat-0111 ire not ~·ot.tn111henaht"'·ayonthese it1ut11' Rade<:Jc Wll8 particularly C<m cerned with tht vote of Sen. Paul Si mon1D-lll1.whodiefectedfromhis po.1tmnl811tyeuontheHumphre) mHU1urt.S1mon itcon11ideredakey playf'r1ndefeet1n11anuperted.anti J18Y amendml'nl fmm l-ltlm11 to his Hate CrimN StaU•tLCll Act Lohby,.11 Srf' hupml( that, like lut year, the amendment will be 1trockmrommittee.thou11hthl'yarl' not entirely hopeful I don't know," said Levi_ ''It de­pends on how th<·St·nateconferttt1 fl'('labout1t Wl'didde11l with itla~t year. But .,..e're not makml{ any promi•etl- Now.there'snoldefeRted l:'t-n) Lowell We1cker (R-Conn) lherecinthieoommillee). 'This was not hkl' a year ago:· IA"v1 added. "Thtrl' "'a" no 1...o"'·ell Weit'keraet11naup1ndcallingpeo. pie "'·hat thf'y really were,taymg 1hin1o1• tbout 1M"ndm1t amendm~nlt bat·k to the ... .,.·er "'·herethrycame from This doe11n't happen any Man held in beating death PITT'SBURGH !AP>-A New Kensington teen· ager w11.11 ordered tOltand trial in the beating death ofa37-year-oldAltegheny County man John Charles Smou11e, 19,wa11heldfortrialmthe Sept. 10 death of David Piergalski of Carrick fol· lowing a hearing Sept. :.!6 beforeDeputyCoronf'rAr­thurG_ GilkeeJr. Piergalski'1 body was foundinasectionofPiti. burgh'1 Schenley Park fre­quented by gay men. He diedofinjuriestothehead and neck Long before the inci dent. Robert L Borow1ki, Smowie's cousin. testified that Smou11e and Mark Glusic, 19, of Plum. had t.old him they went 1£1 the park t.o drink and "har 8811" gay people Earlier Glusic wu or· dered held for trial in the homicide. He ill free on SI0.000 bond Smou11e i.B being held without bail in the Alle­gheny County Jail I The Montrose I Voice Ii< '\TON rEXA,5 _ .. UEot fl'llDA,V OCTOBE.1'18 Pub~·~~~fg_days <Comm1111il\.! Jlublia~ing<Compnnll 408Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 ~~M18llO O!l1ce ~ours 9am~~~m s~~-:._ b~pf11•·...,~~-- l'I :l\at;,::::~;W'.:. Br1y J8SCRIPT10•6 (113) ~29--6-0'lO "'OVERTl!.<NG )A,L£SO€P"'RT,,.ENT 17131 ~29-&0'lO Je<ry"'vl~Ol---O·•O<'°' Da1.-.dCh1pm1r> .. o...,m••-..., WMS..l>ge<-••o<<ll..., 'QST .. •S'l~ S..~--OO>-. .. !04-0I ~-... -... ,,~ -~P'-•-"'<J!lr">'V.,.._..,,._Ol'I "'•••!1•?..--•,SJaMl,..1-•0I ~w- ?~·~~~"! ·=== :Z7": s~-~~ ~ .... ., ____ _..,._.,. , __ ...., ___ .. ,,, _____ .. --Ol•-·Ol-- .....', 1_1u--_ ""_'"' _",,"...°,..-..,... __ ,,,_ ____J FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Judges code may include ban on anti-gay discrimination Soup can The llBW oode Jf eUUoe ror Jud6M display wtlllnClude&b&naga1nstdi8crtm1 nauon be.aed on eexual oMent&Uon lf t.he Nauon&l Gay and Leetll&n Task Force ha8ttaw93 Bol.rdmem ber Buunne Bryant te8t1!led. In Wuhlngton. D.C. before the Amert· e&n B&r AaeocWJon oorruntttee which 18 currentzy rev1alng the et.h1ce oode. Bryant described the current "epldem1c or viOlenoe" "41aln8tlesb1&nsandgl\Ymenwwho are o!Wln reluctant to report. crimes becau8e they fe&r they may, like rape V1Ct.1ms, be v1ct.1m1zed a eeoondt.imebythe,tudlclalQyBt.em" Last February. the A.BA pueed a resolution support.ltl4( leg18l&Uon prohlb!tu\C d18cr!JninAUon bued on eexua1 oMent&Uon 1n employ ment. houe1ng and publlC aooom mod&Uona. Now. t.he ABA ia rev1&­l. JJ4 the Model Code cl Jud1c1&1 Con duct whlch eer.ree as et.h1cal gu.ld anoe for JudBN throughout the oounuy. The dr&tt rfMSedoode pro­hlb1ta bw b68ed on rve.au.re.114 Ion and national ol1gln. but ra.ua to menuon eexuaJ. orlen· """'" Here.ldtha.thehadglvenaoonv1ct.­ec1 murderer a J.1ght. sentence be cauae the v1ctJm was a homoeexu- " The frightening lmplicatJOn or reme.rksllbtheee1Sthatt,88peo­. p.l.e, .a..r.e. _f& 1r game, Nl.01.A at.tor "If the ood8 o!Judiclal conduct 18 rev18ed to lnclude a b&.n &gainStJu· diol&l dl8crtm1nat.lononthebe.8ls of sexual oI'ientation, JOOges WU! be aooount.able &nd ma,,y tll1nk twtoe before they r.a.u to provide equs.ljustJoeunderthelaw'.'st.ated Bcy&nL -::ror l'rank nw nation's two largest gay and leebian advocacy a.nd PollUO&l 01'­garuzatlons )olned forces ln IRIP" portlng Congressman B&rney P'ra.nlr."s decision to rema1Il ln of. ftoe and to allow the HOUBB et?'Uc8 oomm.1ttee to oonduct Its lnvesU (atlOn. The organlzat1ona are the Na 'IMUmorzy at the --""" t.he.)uaUOllsy&tlJlllls not alw~ unpa.rual when It oomea to lesbl UOnal 01.y and 1.Mblan Task Force NOI:rPJ a.nd the Human Rights Campaign f'Und lfallonal HRCP). Gay Commullily Koi11 "B&mey Frank 18 a cru clal advocate for lesbl&n and w caueee. as well as ma.n,yot.herlmport.antl.s ans and gay men. In sues such as broad Civil 1987. D&.niel Wan was Mghts, arms control. ctvU bruta.ll,y beaten and murdered out- llbert.les. eldflrl,y concerns, hou&­slde a gay bar ln Fort IAuderd&le tng and child welfare~ 88.id NOI:rP At.a pre- t.rtal he&rtng.JudgeDan execuuve cUrect.or Ul'V88h1 Va1<1 lei P'Utch asked the prosecutor. "We need him to stay ln omoe for a "That"eacrunenuw.to"tleal.upahQ. long, Ion& ume·· moeexual<Y'TI18Judgelat.eraa.ldhe Tim KcFeelay. Ya.Id's oountel'­was loddlng. but wrights groups pa.rt ar. HRCP. echoed the sent.I t.hrou«hout the oount.ryd!d not see ment. the humor L&8t. year ln Dall.as, "Some have suggested B&rney Judge Jack Hampton adml.t.t.ed ln wW bel-etrecuveforusandoth anlntervtewwlt.ht.heDal.lMTtmee era bl!lcawle of the uproar sur-l'rr ·fllllu \ii1d.1·x1·<·u/1 ·•·d.r,·t·/uro/Oir.\'alwna/Ga_v ini'/. 1b Tl 1ai.k Furr<·- Mud Harm·.~- f"rank mu~/ sta:•.- ltl uf[!c~ ·•tor a "I{, 1 •nJl tmlf' rounding h1a involvement wtth a prostitute:· 88.id McFeeley I think Uvzy are wrong~ alter the ethics oommlttee has oompleted Its work. we will be able to oount on Barney as much aa ever· knowledge.Charges havea.tsobee1 P'ra.nk admltted he pa.Id for ll8X There have been call ill. ud .ng withaproautute,StephenGobuun that or the Bo6t.o1 J :>be. Jr 1986.0ob1ehasalsochargeii.a.nd t'ranll"a l'B8lgnat.'Jn OloJe Frank has denied. that he operat.ed 81.ld Frank should leave ""'kti, l a call boy/cell girl eennoe from tngtum·"t&l11ted)".l.h1s.,.!ll 11~ P'rank"sCap1tol Hill aparunentfor and unta.lenro in h P 'a.ti L twoyetU'llwtththeCongrea&man's V&J.( andMcheley.liJWe-. )()lf. th view that bl!lcawle P'r'anlr."a ln­tre. ctlon waa 1"81&t.ed t.oh1sprtvate We,ltdoettnotoompelh1tnt.ol•ve omoo. Whlle e..mey may have done the wrong thlng;· aald McFeele;y. ""there 18 no evldenoe. and not even any suggeeuon. tliat. tua m111take h&mpered h1s ablllt;y to oarry out tua public duties~ TI18 Waahtngton Poet.. unlike the Globe. urged Pre.nit to ate.y In of­noe, ln an edJ.torlal. the Poet aald that Judgment.a conoerning v1ol8' tJona of House rules should be left. to the 81.h!cs oommlttee, andjudg ments oonoerning Frank's etrec­tlvenMS should be left to the votr ! Frank leaves omoe due to chArgeS of 88Xual rnl800nduct.. the 'Oet a&.ld that could create a '"SW1dard. that Would p&rUall,y d& ;iopuJ.ate the eoncreea (as well as '1-.yal!t.Uehelllnt.hepopul.atlon atla.qrer Yaid expre88Bd ooncem al>out Uie lynch mob atmoephere'" that "l&8 pervadedpreeaooverageofthe FN.nkatfa1J' ··Barney isentJUedto .Jsda.ybe!oretheeth1caoomm1t­we~ ahesa.1<1 Mc Feeley potntedoutthatman,y of Frank"s oolleague& have been outapoken ln t.he1rsupport.ofh1tn In addition. 22&rTT1Boontrol and peaoe groups wrote to h1tn urging 88.I "$f Frank whose et'fect.tvenees n Congre&a IS d1m1n1sh8d this year lltll. ranks among the most etrec:· .J.v.e members ln the U.SD. Con· Vaid and McYeelay urged t.he les­JM and w oommurut;y to st.a.n4 J'Ongly behlnd P're.nL The Andy Warhol Mu.& um will be in Pittsburgh, the late arti1t'• hometown, not New Yorlr. More than 700 paint ings, along with alr.etchea, photograph11, sculpturea andfilmswithaneetimat ed $80 million will be on diep\ay. Themuseumisexpected to open in 1992 and Mark Francis.37, will be the di· Itw1llbeajointventure oflh('DiaArt l<'oundation, the Andy Warhol Founda tion for the Visual Art.a Inc .. dononi of the worU, and theCarnegieMu.!leum of Art. where Warhol once tookcl8118l'8 We are bringing to An dy Warhol"s birthplace and the city where he re­ce1ved hi.a artistict rainin11: an inimitable collection or work:· 11aid Phillip M Johnaon. director of the Carnegie Museum " Indeed, it will become the mo11t com prehensive 11ingle-arti.at museum in America' 'Skinheads' face federal civil rights charges We're working to bring you a real newspaper. Make your reservat ions early. Stretch Lincolns, Cadillacs and Sedans available 24 hour resavattons Ma1or Credit Cards accepted B:.· Pllll. MAGEHS DALl..AS ll'l'I)- -Fl'deral authon tiu&pt.t9annuunct-dth('indict mentoffivemorememht_.re ofa ne< .. Nnzi ··11k111head"" irroupcalled the("onf1>dt•rott•llammt·n1kin11for violt·n~· and vandflli11m direeted atblack11,Jli11panict1andJew11 Jflme11 P Turner. actinl( a11~1111t­ant U.S attnrn1·y i.;l'nernl. i118ueda 1;trong warninii: to oth('r memben1 oftheConfi'<ln11tellammt'nik1na and "tmilar ii:rouptJ that •·their brandofterron .. mwon'tbet.oler ated-" A total .,f 10 mt"mbeni of the Hamm1·r,.Jr.in11 haH• lx't'n md1cted au farinth1·Uall&f'invt"t<ti11:ation Seven ufthem ha• e pleaded ii:uilty "Th•: llepartment of Ju"tu..-hu plal·ed a hi11h prtoruy on th1.11 lr.md ofract"t hate1·nme:· Turner said Th1.,.ethreat•p<ltl('thrt'111.><topro­plt• 11 ba11ic ri11ht11endpro11eeuuon oftht't<t'act11i11a11importantuthe war on drug11" In Wuhingt0n.AttorneyG1•nn al J)ickThornburgh said. ··Racial ly and religiously inspired vii,. lence and vandalism have no pla<:('inoursociety Skinheads are a loo11('ly knit 11roup often id('ntiftcd by tht•ir 11haved head11 and heavy Hit><"! toed boots. They advocatl' white supremacy end separatwn of black. Hispanic and Jewish pet,. pie from whitt't!. the indictment Named IUI defendant.II w1·re Sean Chri11tian Tarrant. Jon 1.ance Jordan. Michael J,,.w111 Lawrence. Christopher Harr:.· Greer and Daniel Alna W4M><I Tarrant. Greer and Wood are m CW1tody Jorden end Lawrence are Dunng the 11ummer of 19"'1'>. the fi•·e men allegedly patrolled Rob. ert i-.:. Lee Park. cha11ing hladui end other minoritil'8 out of tht• park Tarrant. (;rt"f>r und ,)4 rdan a.. 1111ult1«itwoblat·knwndurin1C,Jul;y orAuii:u"t.lh1•mdit"lnwnt11tat1•e. nnd l.awrt•n1·1· 11nd Wood ht·11t im otht·rhlu .. kmun"·ithnlmtintht· fol111ttht·1111m1•p11rk lnAulCu~t,Turrnnt..lord;m.und Woodandajownill'11llt·11t-dlyv11n d11liH'ti tht· Tt·mplt•Shalom.and in Ot·tolwr. W1H.d .• Jord11n and In" rl'ncevandttli1.1-dtht·h-m11lt•111Cllin and th1·J1·"111hC"mmun1ty C'l'n tt·rinnorthlh1llllll \\'uo.d and ,Jurdnn Wt•r1• mtt·r c.·pt1..i by ll111la11 poliCI' '.\o•· U, !!JM. [';1rrym1Cl>a"1·hallbat"· hall ht·arinp, 1~m1n·tt· blO(·ks and "Prit) paint ··with rntt•nt to\·an­dah2t ·J1·w111h bua1n1-, th1'1n- W<K><l.!.llWr1·nt·t',ltndJordanul 11ufa1·t'athirdt"OUnt11fu111nii:ufirl'­ann durinlC tht• n1nduh"m dirl't·t ed 111 tht· ,)t'w1"h ll mpk.1~1mmum· ty t"t·nler and h11onl'9M:'S. Suit against Disneyland over dancing dropped ANAH ~:IM, Calif (APl-Three al earlier this month gay mt'n whorontendl'd lhey were i.£roy S. Walker, a Loa Anii:ell'8 forbiddt·n from 11low dancing in lawyt'r repr('ll('nting the men.11aid Disneyland dropl)(-d their lawsuit in a etatementSept. 29 the lawsuit in exchanl{e for the park"s pledge wu dropped and that ()i.ime~·land nottodiM;:nminatebal!l'donlfell:u ·reaffirms that its written policy al onentation prohibit.II discrimination bait.ed F:ric Hubert. ("hri,.topht·r Dralr.e upon eexual orien1~.tion:' and Jt'ffrey ~labile Jr; sued Dis· Uisneyland 11poket1men Roh neyland in I~. c.mknding a Ill"" Roth said the euil wRll dropped. curity guard violatt'd their civil but he had no other comment. nght11 by allegl'dly telling them Thisw1U1theeecondlaw11ui1l>i1<­that ""touch dancmg ill reaerved neyland raced concerning danc­for heteT011exual couples only:' ing by gays. Jn t91'1(), Andre" Thecfl.ll('w&11tuhave11:onetotn· Exler of Palm Spnnp sued[)(,.. Clergyman sues Norwegian church over discrimination OSLO, Norway (AP~ -A cl('rgy man Tue11dny 11ued the state Lu theran Church Council for deny· ing him s job becsuNe he i• gay Fonner hoapital chaplain Jena T Olaen. 41, was re(u111'd a job with the council in March. Council 1polr.et1man Gunnar \"et1termoen aaid Olllt"n Willi not hired becau&e he had lived with his male partner of eeven yeani, in violation or church teaching•. Hewuthefir11tcho1ceandw1U1 obviuu11ly well-qualified - but the council dropped him ~aullC' he lived in a homo11exual relation ship:· said Veetennoen The case went to court two dsy11 afteralawtookeffoctinneighllQr ing Denmark allowing homOlleXU· alcoupleetoberegillleredllll""part ners'"bycivilauthoritil'll, with all the rights of married heter<>11exual coup\eaexceptadoptingchildren 1-:leven male couple8 were '""mar ned"" there last Sunday. About lJO church workel"ll. m· cludmg clergymen. have support· t'd Olsen through petitiollll and newspaper advenisemen!.11 n('yland and won. after l(Uard11 Htoppt-d him frum fllllt-dandnii: with another man A Su1>t·riur Court Judii:t• rul1-d thnt tht· ii:uard11 \'1<1lntl'<i Exlt·r"s ci .. il rights and lh11nt·ylend \att·r liftt'ti 118 ban on ft:l1Y·dancing Exlt·r aaid h._. and a li("ruup of about 1.'>uth1•rli[l1) ml'nand lt.,.bi an11 wt'nt dancing Rt I>ii<nt·yland earlil"r this m"nth end "l'rt" pt"r milted to dam·e with f'n<"h other during both slo" nnd fa1<ta4•nli[8. Th.._. final l·hapter h11t1 1-n dot11_-d11n thl& lliBU Exlo·raaid. Support ill wurminii: up - I am not alon(' within the church in my \'i1·ws. Thi' churt·h diHuiminatl'!I againMt homo11t·xual11:· 01Ht·n told tht>Olllu nt>w111>apN Da1rhlad1•t Supportt"Ttl ha\·e cited a 1977 chun:h deei~ion to111 .. pcondemn mg latent h"m<'9t·xusht~-" toarli[ue Olllf'n·11 callt' ItUimt-aningleN tutreatfoel ingsandpract1ft'differently:·.._id theul.,ICY profetUM>r Jacob Jen·ell The counnl s<·ct"p!.11 homoso·xueill but 11ay111t Ls wrung fortht'mt.o li•·e together:' h"told lla1Chladet ( 1nv1 >n r1 I vii rili[hti; \'odatlo18 dleli[ed a e parkanda!i:'.aln!ll.lewlllh npnty t"HrT)" a maximum ih nce 1f up tolUy1•art1inpri111n•nc11fowo not mun· than s;;.".tl )00 ("01' ti .. nun the fin·arm h1rl(t" oolcl <·nrry o maximum a1·1111 1n· o fi\'t• yean< in pnM1n 1ct fine of $;!.')().{)()() Ont· ~ th1· dt·f1·n ient.a. I luni Alna Wood. pleadt'<I ii:utll\' S. pt. tufleeingtua\a1dtuti6·il ii:I rt' the fed1•ral ii:randiu· lit· Ul"t"11 mi\ximum 8l' 111n·c· ptof1v1· Yt'llrff in prison and meo ic murt-thanS_ l,(l(IO On s .. pt. 2i'o 11 Wru;hmgton 1 $~'0 mtlli n ci .. il wa111w1111 il :i agrun1<t m nl n f slr.mh"ac ii:ruup for au li[!mg 01 u ~ )"t'lll old man hecaus<·o h111 11t"xual rt· t•nui.tinn and be;11 lft: 11 ~ w11h b11Mball hats. Thi d "n iantll 1110 fa<·en1minal hargeei1 the11&me The Montrose Voice. (713) 928-5544 k*************************** : TELEPHO•E ~ !• A•SWERl•G SERVICE !• ! Computerized ! ! Pay by the year and save : : on1y $99 : • • ! annually : ! t plus $15 hook-up : ! Call 621 -2822 ! !• Page Me !, inc. !• *************************** Happy 'Birtfitfay Jil l 'IJS Inteifaitft. Counci[ Tnlnln11C1nTeam "Yourgroupsofwh11lj0kinjlyre· fertoasthe"ChlrrchLadies-hclped mewhcnlhcgoin&gotrou&}i. Thinks forhl\'iJl&b-aughtsuchuniqucand c•ingpc!Opleintomyhk" CbLn1ofA!DS/n1r:rf°'1JoCowncil h"sni e1 ki_. _,1 ... ha; VNA·~~JOUrces~su-ew:htid,lhcnisanorganiution dcdiul ) thc ua higl qualll)" of paliezH care_ Happy 8u-lhd&y AIDS lnu:rfauh J..,..~ Block. RN. Vuil111g Nllrtt AnocMlliutt ""C grawlalio111 )'( birtld1y.andlh.nk.yo11foralllhebridgebuilding ... unitina ""'"° .r. .,,. :sc-.honcN. Elit..-M,.,.gw.F~.o-gallotfK A'apat advoc11.0-.laiial"trnaskcd,.tiere1perJ011111llEfin1lSU&nofH1Vdisuse an111mfor :ipt>rt. Tharih10LheQ0111~sionate.non-JUdg:mcntalc•cprovickdbythc st.a.rand volunt«n of AIDS lntC'l"failh Council. I c111mUc111 enthusiastic recommen llllJ'P)' Rirthday AIDS Interfaith Cauncil. l wish you many more!" Gary Sr!1allit$, Prrsilhlll. Body PO.Jitiw llOl'Slon ··who: xr. \·ou love wmnts IO die 11 home, il pramts some rather difficult pn1hlc: :is, p•ticul~ ly lll ll)'ing 10 hold down one'1 job. One woman cvcn IOOk her luoch hour to Sil "'•th l<>m whik I wen! IO the airport to pick uphi1 mother. Thanks lO the Care Team forprovid1"lg comfort and fncntbhipto both ofut." Porr~rofaC/~"1 ""A• aph; addresst ,~ lho:cornplu medical issues of AIDS ii is of great support only1omyv··h<11omyp11.-,n111ohavcthisorg111izationwhi<.:hstrivestomeeithc :cychologicai Sid prat :al k<p«tsofhving with AIDS." Ad1111Rios,M.D Th kne '"aed1Jmybrotlrr.makeameashamedofc.r.Uin1mysclfhisbrolher. Yo"" ams••'" tcalbrothcnandsiAcn.001n&lhclh1nislh11cvmbrothcrsinlsistcnof :u\l b\-Oo;>dcithcr hcsi;ate >rha~• ttKl"'<"ltioN 1boutOOin1." FanM/yMnroberof11C~n1 \\rl••~ , ... 10,... M •••• .... Ill_.,._« tl-1 .. cl el AIOS l•laf•ll .. COUlldl. 11 TM(.·-~11 h ..--..i .. , 1W l011IMl1U.. for 1•'"1'-'1.11 •-•di Mel \.llaWTJ •IMI M.,.u.<1llcl11. All>S l.cttfall.llCMMll,P.O.lloll052&, H....,TX mll (71.l) .. M6l7 • MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1989 Montrose food for Hugo victims Membel'8 of ACT UP,Houi.- Hugo at the Montroae Applel"Yefo collt'cted thrH truck loada of t-On participated in a clothing Market. Dunlavy and Alabama, drive for victim• ofHurricanl' laet ~aturday. SepL JO. The group donatio u or tht· dnve Volleyball tourney is next weekend Si.Ta will ho8t t.he 1969 ""Houst0n Outdoor Open '\tllleybN) Tournament next.weekmd,Oct. 14·16 Thetouma.· mant will brl.nfl volleybe.ll teams from Austln, O&ilM, San Antonlo &nd other 'IUaa dues here to oompete TIUawlllbeal1oubleellmtrUltlon ' tournt.ment, wtth. powel'bllJl divl Ilion and a recr.uon&I d1V181on. En t.cy 16 '30 per t.eam. Tropl.Je& will go to t.he wtnnere of both d1v18lons A reoeptlon tor new pl&.ye!'8 w111 be he.ld~,Oct.13att.he'lllntW'e-N The recreat1onal dhri.ton will play at M&Jy"aSaturday,Oct 14 nowbelngaooepted.Fmtoenter!B m.ao... n4(toDortanColvin. 526,andpr!zeewillbeawardedtot.ha touni&mentooordlnat.or w1nnercategor1e8ofoompeUUontn Ho ts &re al8o needed to provide elude ewrung gown, apol'UI- eleeptng aooommoda-wear and talent uons for vtstttng vol .~~..r~ &re Montrose 11~'i:'l~T:ron~ ts:;i~~t;e61P~ Reighbor· =~ ~~~~ wlllfollowonthepe.Uo.Inad hood at.923-2761 En~E:~=:= Spor1;1 =. lNgue sportsmanah1p plaque tor Here's the top five e.chd1V181onandlndlvtdualtrophle8 r.eairu tn tllll Houston Metropoltt&n !or -ch member of the tlrst plaoe BUiiard League 9001'19 thll weelr. l teamswtllbeawardeitl..AnAll-Btarln Past TUnl Come and Waltz, 2l Thor A week in the life of a pet shop owner Henderson ''Fin;t. snmt..-me 11hot our miniatul'('mult'dt'ad "Then tht·y t·ut through tlw wire frnn· and ~tolt·our ... ·atchdog. the roof" a RHtwl'ilt·~ l'wo day!J latn tht•)' Henderson. owner of callt·d and offrrt•d to 8l'll it back Montrose".s Pet Shop and Bird kTht·n tht-y <'Ut off tht· head of Clinic. Smith and Westheimer, our black swan and h•ft it on my said he had no ineuran~ t-O front pon·h cover thl'lll' loeee.. "Tht· nt•xtdny aomt'Ont•Htolt•our '"Anybody want to buy a pet two 2<1-ton nirc·onditiurwrunitH off etore?"' he asked OnS&turd.ayrught,t.hall.11:18~ lA:llleyblll Houst.on pageant will be held at. Ei.Ta f>l«e&nt entnll8 &re =~~~~~~~ ==·3J=~l~!arYeNat. r----:::::::::===-:::--, City limiting free condom handouts The Houston Health De partment, in the midKt of an AIDS epidemic, will lim· it the number of condoms they give people who re­ceive AIDS counseling and treatment for other sexual ly transmitted diseaseR "We used togiveoutf,C)()() each month;' department spokesman Ann Schachtel said Sept. 29. 'J\nyone who walked in and asked for them got a handful:· However, she said 1,;upplit>t have become very low and the policy has been changed Schachtel said the depart ment will now only hand out condoms for educational pur· poses. She said giving them away to anyone who asked vio­lated the original intent of the program. "We meant them tobeasam pie;' she said, to encourage peo­ple to use the condoms to pre-vent tmnMmi11sion of sexu ally relatt'd ditK·a1:1es She said she does not know why the department ran out of condoms, but addt'd that new supplies have heen ordered. Hou1:1ton has the fourth largest numbt•r of AIDS casei1 n•portt'd in the Unit ed States and al80 reporta high rall•e of sexually trani<mitlt•d di1:1eaRe11 Art festival no longer a big event Ben punishes his naughty tool fHE SoP\-llS'flCA.TEO ~!t-\E~~~S GWE TOS'< ~ ~.&..mli"'E, ... We're working to bring you a real newspaper. Setting News Standards 1n 1986, the Montrose Voice became the first gay community newspaper in the country to obtain a major wire service affi liation. Also, we were one of the first neighborhood newspapers to do such. For the past three years you have seen many informative artic les in the Voice provided by UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL. We have given you countless stories on the AIDS health cr ises, gay rights rallies, human rights issues, and other events which concern our readers. Beginning this issue, October 6, 1989, the Montrose Voice becomes the ONLY neighborhood newspaper in the country with an affiliation with both major American wire services We are now a member of the ASSOCIATED PRESS. We are also now the ONLY gay newspaper in the country with an affiliation with both United Press International and Associated Press Ap Associated Press United Press International lfl WHITER TEETH Teeth that have been darkened by age, medication, or food and tobacco stains may be lightened by a painless bleaching process. The average treatment required-three to four visits of one hour each. $90.00 per visit. Carol McDonald, D.D.S., Inc. Hermann Professional Building 6410 Fannin, Suite 706 795-0660 Mastercard. Visa. Amencan EJi:press Sun deck Indoor Swimming Pool Sauna Steam room Whirlpool Eurotan Tanning Bed Wide Screen Television Private Video Rooms 4 Video Channel •il•iiiiiii••lililill Weight Area 30 Day Workout Pass $25.00 nou1hermembtrsh1prtquirtd 'FOR 6 MONTH Mi:MBERS ONLY) Half Price Rooms & Lockers 8am-ll :45pm TUESDAY-LOCKERS WEDNESDAY -SINGLE ROOMS THURSDAY- 1/2 PRICE LOCKERS 24 Hours a 0..y' '11.~fePl..:ewMttt 100 FAl\Nll\ HOUSTOI\. TX (713J )22-2H9 When 111 l>.ilb~ ViJJ.1 2)0'} Pacific, 1214 • 821-8989 FAIOAY, OCTOBER 5. 1989 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Study: Clergy delegates may be too 'liberal' ne«Uarily bad or 1ood: he aaid 'The important qurstion ia i8 TOLEOO, Ohio fAP}-United there communication ioing on be­Methodiat Church policy makers tween leadership and the people in may more liberal than their pa the pew1? Are people under1tand ri1hiontt1, but the progree111ve at ing why certain thinga are hap­titude doe1 not extend to homoee:s: pening?' By MITCH WEISS •Ofl·"""'°"''l'<:•"V<: uahty, accordin1 to a new study a The 1tudy pointa out the church Methodist miniater relealed Mon ia progrell!ive on eome i1&uee and day heaitant about othel'IJ, auch a.a ho- The Rev. Larry Clark, pa.at.or of moeexuality, said Clark, leader of Toledo'• Central United Method- Toledo Metropolitan Miseion, an i1t Church , 1aid the 1tudy was interdenominational church or­done to detennine whether clergy ganii:ation that worka for social and lay leaden reprrsent parillh· JUlliee ioners' views A total of616 miniatera and lay Clark defined United Methodist delegates to the General Confer. leaden u minieten and church ence. held in St. Louie in 1988, ~ officerawhowereelecteda1del~ a ponded to the 1atea to the United Methodist Representativeness of Uaderehip General Conferen~ in lgg8 The in the United Methodi8t Church church hu about 9 million mem· mail poll, held in February and hen and 40,000 mini1tera m the March l9M8 United Staie.. A total of6048 randomly select­'" ln tenns of attitudes, elected ed clergy who were not delega~ delesatea tend lo be more liberal rMponded IO a •imilar mail poll than their con1titue-ncie11. It ian 't during the aame period_ And 526 randomly 8'\eded lay people an 1wered telephone interview• dur­in1 the aame period The General Conference i1 a meetmg of a representative body ofthewholechurch. lti1compo8ed of 50 percent laity and 50 percent clerl')', each of whom are elected by their con1tituenciea. The con· ference, which meeta once every four yeara, i1 the only body that can •peak for the whole church The 1urvey said dele1ate8 were more educated than their reapec­tive conatiwencin; 37 percent of lay dele1aie. and 98 percent of clergy delegatea had at leut a maater'1deiJ'ee.Tenpercentofthe lay respondent.I and 85 percent of .t.h.e. .c.l.e rgy had at leaat a ma1ter'a De\egatea had higher propor­tion of ethnic minority-group membera than their oon1tituen cies. Twelve percent of lay del~ aatea and 14 percent of clergy dele­gatea were black or H111panic. M1 norities made up 5 percent or le.a in the clergy and lay aamples On a acale of one to five, with one being the moet liberal and five the moet co1111ervative, the aver­aie clergy delegate rated him.elf 2. 7 on social i.uuea, while the 18,f delegatea rated them.elves a.t about3. Thecleroatlarae hadaS rating, while the laity at \arge waa rated at3.3. The survey contained aeven questiona dealing with 1eneral ao­ceptance of gay men and le11biana, ordination of homoaexuai. an' funding of groups that promote the acceptance of homosexuality. Using the same scale, there waa little difference between the four grOUP',Clarksaid ':Aa far as the convention, the 11tatu1 quo was maintained acroN the board, e:s:cept they authorlled a 11tudy committee on homOM!J!ual ity That wu the 1ignificant thin( that did come out of lut year'• conference;· heaaid Police accused of 'scary' tactics in El Paso t;L PAS01UPI>--Official1 of a com munitydruipreventionprogramec­cur; ed t;l Piao policeofficer1Mon day of takina bleach away from druauM>nandpuncturinacondom1 l'.11rned by pl'Ol!Ututee PoliceCh1efJohn&aano1aidhe willactaKam.ianyofficerfoundto bedo111a"1uchand1t-ulou1thmg Thecharge1v.·erebroughtbyRob­ertMurillo, directoroftheA IDSprt'" vention proeram1 carried out by Ahviane 1'0-AD Inc., a rommumty drugpreventionandtreatmentpro- Murillo•aidtheofficer1havebten hara..&miclient.1.takmi•.,.11ythe1r bleach andpuncturingcundona Drugeddid.llareenrouraaedto di•infecttheirneedle11inthehleach bt>fore 11harina them with aomeone el.e to preventtheepreadofAIDS ht'eaid Known prOlltitulea who frequent 1hecenteraregivenoondom11 Health oftici11l11 11ay intravenou1 drujlueertcandpro11tituteaarecon 11deredwbepartofah1gh·ri1k group that i• moat likely to bemff'CI edv.·1ththeHl\'nru•thetcau-thefataldiMaH. Murillo1111..idthepolkeprilC'lil-eof takingav.·a)· bleachandd .... troymjl C<>ndom1i1 ·acary Polict>C11ptaml...ouu1Mier1aidhe doelil not believe Murillo"• al!eaa tiona. He1aidof!lceredonothave therighttodtetroyoroonfi•tatea pel'IKln'•penonalproperty.eepecial lyifit'1notrontraband i:lceano 1aid every officer in the PoliceO.,partmenttek .. amandato­ry two-day traininirooureethat d~ ''oleafourhour1toAl llSaw11renen Muril101a1d1heofficertwhoare har1181<1n(Cthedru1r11ddicuandproa­\ 1\uteadon'trealizethe)·m11ybeen dan(Cerma:lht'mH]\'N He aaid the officer might irrt pncked by 11 contemmated nl!f'dle whenfnskingapergononthe1treet. Murillo 111id •1ency official• learnedeboutaixmonthaa1othat some policeofficen in the downtown areawerepokingholesincondom1 and taking bleach away from ad dictaandpouringitoutonthellreet "Wedon.thaveabeefwiththePo­lic- e Department;' heeaid. •·we're not 1ayingthi.eieaproblemalloverthe city. lf1individualofficer1mvery 1mal\areuoftheoommunity" 'lf11almoetunbelino1ble;'thepo­lict> chief eaid. ··Jf they (Aliviant 1'0·ADlknow.,.·hoiti1andifwecan 1et that infonn11ion, we will take cari'Ofil Chicago radio host calls for quarantine, lynching By REX WO('Kt\ER ('ll!('AC:O-The t·o-hoHt of the morninl{"ta!kradio'·prol('ramon Chicago'" wu; rnlll'd for "qu11r nntine' and · lyn•·hrnll" of '><ltUllll(' wnrd 11kk homo- 11uu11J dl·v111nt11·· on St·pt :ltl, ond humanr1ghtHj(ruup11en•n:mt1·m plallnll lel(al action agaioHt the Htationthatam1thl'8how WL...,i11 (lnl·of<i11l.\d1·\t·n!'10,UOO-wattnon din .. :tmnal dt·1u t'hannel AM rad1 011aunnMmtht·l"mtedState1 l'ht· n·mark11 occurred during an mu·rnev. .,.Ith A('T l'I' Ch1cal(o memher Sandra Johrumn. who had l>1't'n 111\ltt·flun theprol('ram b)· hn11t Uon Wadl' and hi.II wife Roma w d1H<·u1<11 Al"T t p·, Sept lflprotet1tatthe('hicagomanllliun of Go,· Jamet11 Thomp1ton Ac11v111ta had demo1111trated a11am111 the go,·ernor'a signature onalawptorm11t1ngaeevenyear pr111on 11entl'nct> for anyone who "expo eH the body of one person to tht• bodily Ouid of another penion m a manner that C<Juld rt'llult in thetran11m11;ijionofHI\•' Gay m(•dia activist11 have ex preH.11.-d MC•me Hu!lpi('ion that the Dun and Ruma prol('ram may be Hlalll'<i ··11hol'k radio:· although thi11ianotapparentfmmta1)('rt'· cordings and WLS l(eneral man al{erTom1'radupdtni('llit Amon!{ Wade's remark!! w(·rt• th<'followml{'. I am a homophubl.•and I am pmudofit .. Tht'l<E'1i1.:k11exuald(·· "iant.; expt'Cl to be treated with dignity and respe•:t and ~·et tht•y art'. apreading death and horror anddetitru•·tinn Andthl'tlepe<>­pleholdparade1110beproudofthe fart •hat they can11preaddise&lle amonl(~t the normal people of our How about my righta? I don't wanna die, Thei;e11ick abnonnal anima\sareapreadingadevaHtat ing plagut· upon the earth we 11hould be quarantininll them. We 11houldbl.>puttinii:tht·mincamP' Load 0('m mto l-'urt Sheridon la euhurhananny baM"J. l'llgive'em protl'C'lion inquarantme 'I'll u·llyouwhatwouldl(l'tme vmknt i11 finding out thatuneof you llllY hom(11<{'xual wt·ird devi on!JI J)(ISJjed along the AIU~ viru11 to 11omebndy el~e 11nd you kn.,w domnl'dwellyouhaditalready Tha1'amurdt·randuntilyou11tand upto1thuddy4al'11lh•rl,)'ou'renot anAml'nl'anandyoud('lltr\'evio­lt ·nt't" You (IUlfht to ht-lynched 'Thttt· pt'lJple are anim11l11 Tht"\ art nothinl{ h.:-tlt'r than necrnphiliaca and pedophiles Ttwyha\ea1·huict>: Co-h0t<tR(1matookextremt•ex ct'pUon to her hHband'1 remarkll. tellinKhLm."lwi.ilh l couldturnoff your microphone .. If you went on and did thie 1ort of thin(!'. about rac1•oranyth1ngel1e youareso irre1poneible. Your hate· mongeringjuat hurt& The Gay and Leiibian Alliance Agamst Defamauon \Chicago chapter) and ACT UP Chical{O 11ay they a re conU'mplatmi both legal and direct nction again1t WLS. "Whetherornot thesebroad c&111.11arestal(l'<i.theymu1tbetak en 1>eriou11ly; !laid Gl..AAD'e Bar rv Wick . '"They wouldn't beableto io thistoJewa. to Blacks, to Hi&- panie11.'' Wl..8' Tradup »llld Sept. 22 that he had received a great number of 1>hone calls on thl' broadcast but had notli11tened totapesofityet •·If we're inciting violence. I wouldn·t tolerate tha1:· Tradup eaid. ··Sometimes Don and Roma ha\·eat.endencytoetepoverthe, .. bounds of decency and-if he w .. calling for a quarantine-over the boundl! of reality. That'a not the kind of thing that will be on thi1 station in the future'" Activists block entrance to health dept. DALLAS CAP>-Gay righta and AIDS activi1ta blocked the en· trance IO the Dallu County Health Department with 90 dum miet11toprotntthe1tartofafeder al door-to-door AIDS 1urvey "'Thetimefor1tudieaiapaaaed The time for action is now:' acti\'• 1eta chanted SepL :.!6 aa tht>y blocked the health department d1K>r with 1h1rta and panta that .,.ereaewnupandatuffedlOre&em blebodiN will die of AIDS in Dallaa County The •urvey of 3400 household& duringtheeurveyperiod,saidWil aleo ia mtendl'd to determine the liam Waybourn, prl'><ident of the feaaibility ofa national AIDS eur Dallas Gay Alliance Vl'Y next year. "'Thl'reil!anAIDSdeathinDal- The 1urvey a><ks one adult in ~':dCounty l'very day: Waybourn ~~! 0!:~~0~~~:!~11;; :ru~::: anv.,.·er qurst1on11 about •uual The U.~. Department of Health habita and drua uee. A pi\otetudy and Human Service& approved WM conducted in Penn1ylvania'1 la11t month a tiurvey of Dallaa Alleghen)· County early thia year Count~- re1>1denta o,·er a three-tu and w; percent of the 30tt eligible four-monthperiodinanaltemptlO reaidenta approached panicipat The number of dummiN repr~ detennine the l'Ount),,8 rate of ed .anted the number of people who AIDS infection Acquired immune deficiency eyndrome ill caueed by the HI V, or human immunodeficiency viru1 The virus damages the body'a im· mune eyst.em, leaving victim1 au• ceptib\e to death from infection• and cancei: Proponenta aay the aurvey will ahape government spending on AIDS prevention and treatment. "At this point the only aolid numbera that we have deal with AIDS patienta, not with HIV·in ff'cted peraone;' aaid Dr. Gordon Green. directoro!the Dall111Coun ty Health Depanment Possible challenge to 'obscene' art compromise By ROBERT SHEPARD WASHINGTON IUPl)-ln an ef­fort lo end weekl ofoontroveny. the HoulK' approved a compromiae Tueaday to bar the u•e of federal fund1 for art worka that may bt­conaidered "obacene' TheaiJ'eemen1.contlllnedmthe 1990 appropriations bill for the In· tenor Department. appliN to the National Endowment for theArtl and the National Endowment for the Humanitin. The two group1t providegrantalOa wide range of The romprom111e, which faces a poeeible challenge in the Senate, would ban federal grant& for worluithat, in thejudgmentofthe NEA or NEH. ··may beconeidered obacene·· and which do not have overall "serious literary. artistic, political or acientific "alue' The plan. worked out by Ho1111e and Senate negotiatora, also pro­vides $250.000 for a !:.?·member commiaeion IO review the &'Tant procedureeofthetwoendowment.1 and recommend any needed change. in the etandard11 uaed in awardin(Cgranta. t'ederalfundingfortheartabe­came an i1111ue ae a result of two controversial art exhibit& that were ttrmed pornographic by eev era] member1 ofCongre811. One exhibit, by Robert Mapplethorpe, included photo­graph• of nude children and a few featunng eexually 1ugge11t.ive p..-.. es with homOlle•ual or aado-m&fl0o­ch111tic themea. The other exhibit, by Andrea Serrano. included a phutograph of a cruciflJl 11ub­merged in a bottle of unne TheprotaitagainMttheexhibita prompted Sen. Jesse Helms, R NC .• IO win Senate approval July :.!6 of an amendment to the Interior appropriations bill prohib1tin& fl'deral funding of "obecene or in decent'' art. The Houeevenionof thebillincludedamoremildprovi eion reducing funds for t he NEA and NEH only by the amount that waa provided for the two exhibita. Senate approval of the Helm1 amendment prompted angry pro­te8ta from membera of the arta community who accused the law mall.ere oftrying to impos.e1ovem· mentcensorahipofart 6 M0NTR1 ;f V( ;E FRI lAV. 04 TOBER 5. 1989 ~n 1nem0 rii 0 f 'Refuge' and refuse are leaving Westheimer -ELROY "FOXEY" JONES Jan 5, 1955 -Sep! 1~, 9 Elroy 'FOK&)' Jones paned 11way }nSept 30 We ~redl3yearsw1th "'m FoKey could bring l•IJOY W•!tl h•• smole. and always 111d Ch,.st•al'l•ly wH the locus o1 his i.re He tlelped tl'IOle m need. 81'10 above all had great lh,, Hrfullt ot 4Qtl Wtalht•mf'• u·1/l 1o<m mOt'f' lo Coro/mt' ond Elsm resP9(;1andlovetoro1ners Fo~eywoll be grff.lly mrMed by !hose ne By ~llERI ('0HE1' DARBONNE touched. and we kr'!Ow he IS al peace Mnrilr..e \'oin. Edit.or noiN Tht Montrose Refuge i.11 monnK 5e<vocn w•ll be l'leld at Seri~g M• hum ita well known location at 4™' b:;!. a~~·~ p ~·~~0!:y.~c~'~ Wl'tltheimer, and piles of debris Ttwtchapet .. ioc.tedat 1440Harold thu1 people 1n the lower \\l'tlthe1mer area have almOBt got o!K'd to k'(>ing every day art final b'™-inl(deared Tht· change11 are doe largely to anaiorreai.i"elocalde\-eloperand an alliance of boi;me;;11 owne.,., m·ighborhood residents and attar n1·y11, who ha\'e embarked on a llWt't'PlnK crusade W re,.tort' tht' image oft he once thri\' ing cu ltoral di11trkt LowerWestheimerhMbeend<'­pit1. t-d repcatt-dly in the main stream mediainrecentyearea11E1 -STEVEN L. MEE RT n-d light district and drug col tore 5-2 .49 to 9-2~-~9 h>1vt•n, to the dismay of local civit ;teven 1ett u1 .11ter 11 lw()y8' r bi!ltl· l(niops;, They ~!ame the prei;ence W•th AIDS Ho , avei; bf'h,nd a t•uly of thi· R(•fuiw and l!<'XUally on Wonder1ul la1t111y Mr & M<s ")orn1en 1•nt1..l bu11must-S_. parllc".lar~y thl' Meert_ brotners Bob ar 'Do en Jr Oriental •·modeling ~tudwa' that •n(! 11ster B#bara fl.,ori11hed in the early l"iO'a, for the Originally 1rol'n St LOU• .. Stefen 1<trt1"t '11 <·orrl'nt blight came to Houston rn 1980 Act•ve '" Rt•\_ Curt William11. who oper ~~ ~:.~~~;.~~::~;~n1~ ~= a 1 tt-ath1· Refuge,11eeRitdiffert·ntly ~~= v1~ep~~:'~:~~~~t t~e L~ Mg ~-: h:: ;::~ :~tr"::.b:~;tm~;~ Club. tleOl.lllflW Mary llnd aa\·ed many good kida gone a11tray from the rav·age11 of the street.II. He 11R1dtht·Rt"ful(ed1dnotattractthe runa...-ay• and atreet peopl<' it aervf'd. botmerelyfill~adl'lpt'r ate ntoed for thot1e who weft' al­read_)' there,andhadnoplaceeJ.e lO KO. Wilham11 cla1ma that m lhe thrff and a half years thel't'fuge hu been in OJ)('ratwn. he hWJ "trapped" :ll'l. boyaand66giriaby t•ntian:; thtm to go to foeter homl't and Chri11111n youth c1:n ter1001Mide Montffille. But Jim t:van11, a lawyer who said he helped dl'veloper John Calloway negotiate with Williams to move hi11 operation out or Montrost>,11aidthe8tret>tpreacher had"'goodintl'ntions"thP1.actoal ly had hucklired. f:vansidentified C111luway aa the ··mystery m11n" who boul(ht the Rt·foge location ondll(•Vt>ralothn"notorioua"low erWt'flth('imt•rlolM.including404 Weiotheimer next door (al the cor ner of Taft and Wet1the1merJ. 108 Wutht·1mer wn the WeHt-f:l curve, no"' beinl( remodeled), and the pmJ)(>rty at·rot1s the ~treet fmm 108 Wt11theimer. f:van11 11aid he believ·ed Wil Iiams had unintentiunally become ·an enabler'.' helping kids 1tay on the street.II by giving them free meal.11 and a meeting place in the Refuge. He said when he heard that Calloway, a friend, wantf'd l-0 buy the property, he offered to help negotiate with the mmi11ter. Williamsw111oncooperativeat first, and went 111 far as calling the investors"theinstrumenuof Satan" in his Refuge newslet~r. However, Evsns 11aid, a settle­ment was finally reached That 11ettlement reportedly m duded assistance in locating the Refuge'.11 new home at the corner of Caroline and Elgin, which Ev anasaid w111 "'better suited __ for their purposes;' and a $25,000 con· tribotion from Calloway to Wil Iiams· ministry in addition to the property purchWJe_ Williams could not be reached for comment Evans said the RefuKe wu to complete it.II move within the neJ:t two to four weeks, and that a con tract signed by William1111upulat­ed the centercoold not move back toMontroee Cailoway's aggreuive moves 1n buying up Montn>lilf' property hWJ apparently in11pired others to take an interest in lower We1:11he1mer revitalization. Evana 11aidtwootherdeveloper1wereal so purcha11 ing property on the street. On Wednesday, Oct. 4, trucb from E.L. Kennard Co. were busy clearing debri.11 from the mfamooa lots where the Hap­py Buddha Restaurant and the Circus, a gay club, once stood ''The guy said he had about fou r more (Weatheimer jobs)," Kennard said. He dE'Clined to name the developer who hired the ·~E vans said the lower Weatheimer face hft wu just be­ginning. "'We'l't' going l.O see some real miracleeoutherein tht'next year'.' he said Onthe1treet.rt'actiontotheac­t1vity wWJ mixed. R('nae Rangel, whodf'llCTibed her1<t•lfa11 an artillt, watched con11truction at Wl'fltheimerot Wh1tnl'y from a bo11 11top acrOM the 11trt'l't early thia week. !:ihesaid ahe blamt_-dlheciv icgroul)fltht>m1<elveeforthearea's dedill(' "They w('r(' in 11uch a hurry to cl011etht'!leplact•sdown __ andget onnecet1sarylaw1<pa1<1<ed,hkethe (recently appron-d city) parking ordinance they didn't plan on deaninl(eVt'rythml(op,oranyone else 11taymg m bo1<me1111,'' Rangel 11aid. ""They cn1•1ghhorhood 1U1110ri ations) alwayl talk about fixing things. bot their bickerinl( and dickering 1.11 what brought thi" place down __ nobody can a fiord W do bu11inei 11 here now but the houkers and tdrug) pushers Ev·allJl 88Jd he had soppor«_>d the parking ordinance but had to be 'polled around to that position" bccaoae he was "not crazy about government rl'gulation:' Me aaid the ordinance should not po11e a problemtodevelopingbusmet11R'lt in the area. and that heoooldon derstand resid('nts' ci:mcerns about stret'l parking At the Refuge. "'street kids"' were apprehensive about the impend inl(move.citingfearofmul(ging11, robbery and racial tensions at the Carolinelucatiun. MOt!t. however, :-;aidtheywouldmovetheirmect ing base out ofMontl'Ul<e if the R<'f funer111etv1ceswerene1d ~:;;~~;0;:;~~~,:E~~:.'0 • Court rejects man's claim that he was fired for being gay el. 1409Su1Ros.s. Houston Ir'·,,."<)! flowers. p1M&em11ked-Onatoons toth~· ('AR80r\ CITY. 1'ev_ CAP>-The becao1<e he's gay The Supreme Coort11aid Sept.~ that Ferlltta was an '"at-will" em ployee, subject to diamis11al ··whenever and for whatever caollt' ,Al~t!:.~~:::".,,d cnensl'4<l hll :~~p~::;~:nC:uR~nholllm:e~e:-~ D<'nnia Fertitta alao arKoed he friends and w•ll be deeply m•sse<l by daimt>d he was wrongfully fired was fired becau11eheres111tedsexu thoa~~~:~.k;:1 •;~Y~ v~!;'''" frt,m hill Haley's 11opermarket job al adv·ant'U by" super\1111or. Appeals court to decide if rest stop sex covered by indecency law LAr\Sl~G. Mich cAI' The M1eh11t:an Cuort of App. ' , aKTred Sept 27 to dtc10e whether mou1al ma11lorhatinn byet>n11entlnl(mt'n inapobli< re11trocom 111 illi·gal under tht· statt'·ag1U1111md1"-·t•nQ·la"' The cuurt. "''ilhuut (""m ment.alimrul•-dfnrtht'third t1methatpoliet't1ctt'<lpmpt•r]y wht·ntht'.V11l'tupv1d1'<)Cllmt'r a11in a ret1tatopunlJS l'J:7in t ~~0!~:1~:~~·ord men t•ngagml( J'olit"e arrt'lltt-d ·I:.! m1•n in 1~6hll!lt'<lontht·vid1·otup1·11 from tht· rt•l!lroom imd charl(l'dtht•mwithl(ro1111indt" The order 1<ll(llt-d hy A1>Jll'al11 Court ("h1dJudl{t' Rnbtrt J Uanhof re\ -t'd an AuK. 15 ruling by inl{ham County Cir­cuit Coon Judge Jaml'fl (;iddingsthatthevideotap1ng ...-asonccon11titotionalande\"i dence frumthetapesoooldn't be u111.-d. in court Tht'appealoril(inallyaffect· cd :~J of th(' 42 men arreeted. bot Ingham County Proaecot inK Attorney Donald Martin. who appl'aied Giddings rol­inl(, said about four of the men hovi• pleaded guilty and bel'n dropJ)('dfromtheappeal Thl' appeals rourt did not OH•rturn Giddinga· findmg11 that Michigan'a groi;s indt>­n ·ncy law d()('S not<'over11t>x at·lll by con~enting adult.II bot agrt't'd to hear arKUmenl8 or. th<'illliue We're working to bring you a real 1 newspaper. The Montrose Voice. iftheemployment ia not for adefi Here's who's running in the city elections (',,,., idHh in th• llo 11U•n jlt'neral t<lr<11ontolw>hrldr>;o\' &rt'liAted hrrt·inthl'ordl'flhn,.·1llapJl"'llron th1·01f<<'l8lh11l1>! -Mayor li.athryn .J 11.athy· Wh11m11e, Shrlb\ B Orml(dt'rff. bed llolht'tnl Rc ... w Walktt, Greg 1-to .. ·nlw>r11. T1..J (;_ Walkl'I'" -Council Member Dis­trict A Stimlt·~· T ( ""''~ Larry Mtl\a11kle 11..ten Hu .. ~· -Council Member Dis· trict B hm·11t B Mt"<Oo,.t·n ~r, 1'11tncia A HenuK -Council Member Dis· trict C Mark llndw111t'r. Ch11rll'1 R Mdii.un· \'mn Hyan -Council Member Dis­trict J) El11al>t•!hSpatb.Ov1del>unc11ntell, Ma\ \\alkN. Rodnn Elh.1 -Council Member Dis· trict E B J .. ann•·flliutt.FrankOMancollO -Council Member Dis­trict F John(; Goodner -Council Member Dis-trictG Chn•Un Har1ung. Bnoet" RttvN -Council Member Dis­trict H Dalt M Gorczyn1lr.i, Jamea Dixon -Council Member Dis­trict I Gt'<orgf' Benav1dN, Ben T Rt'yea, Bellino "t.'ino' Garcia, Geor.ie S llernandezJr. -Council Member At Large Position 1 BeverleyClark,JimWeoitmoreland -Council Member At Large Position 2 EleanorTinaley, Lon p_ Arnett -Council Member At Large Position 3 Jim Greenwood -Council Member At Large Position 4 ::>heilaJackaonLee.Jam1ell Bray. heddieN Jackaon.Leone1J.C8lllil lo. Tom ZakN. Ronald ·Ronnie·· C.pow -Council Member At Large Position 5 Jud110n RobinaonJr_ -Candidate for City Controller GeorgeGreaniaa To subscribe or to advertise in the Montrose Voice, just call 529-8490 Published Every Friday nite term and ifthert' art' nO<"--'n tractualuratatotory re><tricti.,n11_' Th(' hiKh court al110 11aid Ftrtitt11"11tluim11of11;,xualh11ra1<s-ment w('ren"t 11upported. and llO a WruihoeDistrictCoortjodgedidn"t errinrejectingh111clwmofaretali atory firing 100% of the readers of the Montrose Voice are registered to vote? Now. mars o pretty sweeping t/"11ng to soy Is it really true? That's what Srmmons Market Research concluded fOl!ow1ng its December 1988 survey of me readers of the V0ice­S1mmons. M0<11son Avenue. New York the some readership survey company used by the Post and Chronicle. You see. they polled some 2000 randomly selec fed readers of the VOfCe Nearly 500 of them provrded ansW01S And of 6V81Y survey fOfm returned from r00ders wno port1c1poted 1n the voter registration secfK)(l(and that wos eve<Y survey r8$pOl'ldent except twol eve<Y single one. without except/Qfl. sotd they were registered to vote NCNot W'0 could ossume(but Simmons dK:Jn't) that the rwo respondents whO sk1ppea tflevoter reg rs trot ion sectlOfl wt7fe not reg•sfa<ed to vote and Just slopped it toa-10K:1soy1ng so. In thOI case. we could slll/ soy I hat 99.6% of the reoderS of tfle MontroseV• iceoreregist·'lfedf< v< '· Androunaedoff. fh0tsst1 11 ~ Yes, 100%! Yes, 22,000 readers each week in Houston.100% registered to vote. The Readers of the Montrose Voice, according to Simmons, the most respected name in such matters. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1989- MONTROSE VOICE 1 Arizona Supreme Court declines Mecham appeal Defendant pleads guilty in 'gay bashing' case By HARRJJ.;T HINDMAN PHOENIX IUPI\.-The Arizona Suprt"me Cuurt refu11ed Sept. 29 to consider an appeal of ex-Gov Evan Ml'l:ham·11 impeachment and removal from office and hi1 claims for mnre than $600,000 in .8J.1 .. ~e~,~~~v~HART HARTFORD. Conn. tAPl--A Hartford tttn·a11:er who told police hf•·hated fag•" afterhi•arrestfor murder will 1erve at le88t three decadeti in prison under an ar rangement he"1madewithprOt1e­cuto111 Hi• case became a rallying point for gay activi11t.11 in Connecticut Last Friday, Sept 29, the U>en agt't; Mareo11J. Perez, 17, pleaded auilty tofeluny murder. Holding hi• mother's hand and speaking in a barely audible voice, Marcoe J. Perez, 17, answered ·guilty whenukl."dhowhewant eel to plt'ad in the au-called 11:ay baahmg death of Richard Ht'ihl in WEthenfield Afler proRet"Utor Kt'vin McMahon recuuntt'd thecireum RtanCffl leading up lo Ht•ih1"1 dtath. Perez told Supenur Court Judge Ra)·mond R !\'urko that McMahon·11fa1·t11w1•recorrf'rt McMahon 11aid that wht'n Perez i.11 8enU>nt'l'd !\'ov. 14. the Rtnte would recommt·nd a :Jf>-ye11r pri11 onterm.!\'orkosa1dhehadagrl-<•d to a 11entt'nce of :«J..J.') yeant and would announ('(· a dt•t"i8ion on the 11entencinadatf' Tht• pr~tor alllO told S<irko that Reihl"s family. 81.'Vtral ml'm· beni of which were in thl' court· room, had rt>luctantl)' agreed to thl' minimum :JO.year ll(>ntl'nce. That sentf'nce also include11 a ~nalty forfinit·dt'Jl'Tt'E'rtibber)· to which Perez also pleaded guilty in t·<mnt"C"tion with an incident that otturredinWe11tHartfordthl'day bf'fort tht' Heihl murdtr: Perez said he undentood tht· 1<tntt•ncingagr('('mentandactept eel it. Hl'rouldhavt"facedamruti mum uf HO yea111 on tht• two charg('tl In the Heihlcn.&e,Pereztold po-lice that he and Sean G. Burke had dnven toa gay bar in Hartford on May 15, I~. and that Reihl invit­ed them w hia Wethe111field home Afier they 11ut thtre, Perez aaid Reihl rubbed Burke' a back and the two of tht•m then went Up!Jtaire. When they came back down, Burkl' picked up a fireplace Jog and took 11 11wmg at Reihl, Perez 11aid ·we looked at each other, both reuli;i;in!( this 11uy'111oing to die;· l'erez1aid in hisronf1'81!ion H{'("llUHe he had bffn molested by a "gay KUY" at the age of8, "I 11tarkodtoloeeil."'Perf"Zwrote."I told the guy how I hated rap arul how I wanted to kill him'.' Both Perez and Burke repeated. ly beat Reihl with the loa. PeN!I u.id, leavina him dead outside hill home. Burke ill free on bond while awaiting trial. Perez' attorney, M Hatcher NorrUI, •aid he planned to mab several argumenta for the mini· mum JO.year sentence. He refused to aay whether he would bring up Pere:e' claim of moleetation !I.II a child Perez ill being held in1t.ead of posting $225,000 bond until hia &entencing :::::'.~~:;:;;:::;~:7~ Montrose Activity Center plans fundraiser, 'The Event' In a unammoua decision, the rourt aaid thal tht' impearhment proctt•dings alj'.am11t Mecham were conductt'd in a("('Ordance wuh the Ariz••na ( 'omoutuuon and that the oourt had no Junad1chon tore\·1ewprot"t'<:odm1r•inthtl4i• \ature Mecham. 6:1. WIUI removed from office on April 4. 19Kl:I. when the Senate oonv1cted him ofob&tnict­inganinvetillgation intoanaide'a alleged death thn>at against a for­mer aide and of ille1rally loaning money from the protocol fund to hiaautodealt'nhip Hou>0ton Live Th'" board uf directon; of th1· Montn-Acuv1ty Ct'nU>r hrui ar ranged a iipedal benefit produc· tion of ~;dward Albef'·s •·Who"• Afraid of \"irgima Woo1r·-di rertrd by thf' playwright him Hlf-1111theft"aturepre11entat1on ofMA(."11 hl"l!t ma1or fundrauwr myean11lated1;pecificallyfor1t1 community center project Albff will11l11019er.·ea1honorarychair of··The Event.'" as the evenin11: i• being billed, according lO Joe Watts, event co.choir: Montruse Activity Center, whichprl">lentlyservt'$8llanum brella orgamzation for 11everal community activities including Houston Gay and Lesbian Pndt• Before the Houle impeached M{'("ham in Feb. 1988. he was the t.argetofarecalleampaignthatre­Rulted in an election bemgtched· uledforMay 19r!El.Therecallelec­tion wall canceled when Mecham Wttk. WBll<Tt•ateelten yean; ago as waa n>movtd from office tht' nucleus of a gay and lesbian Mechamwuacquittedby11.Su oommun1ty C't'ntt'r. The proettdll perior Court jury in July !988 of from .. Tht' l'.:venf' will be u11ed to aiJt crimmal rounl..tl of fraud 11.nd 11tart a building fund to open such a cent.er m Hou11wn. MAC board All Bill•Paid Ou·ner Managed Acce88 Gates Being Installed! Conc.Jenient to: Bu.line Shopping llo11pital• Efficiency, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms Come See The New ... ~ QREEHWAY PLACE 3333 C11mMU1S 613·1034 Occ llch National Coming Out Day! The perlonnanet' iR 11ehl'duled for Jan. 6. I~ at the All(')· Thea trt". Thf're will be a wine and chefllerecept1nn"iththeplay wright befort> thl' 11ho" in the Al· ]ey"11 lounh floor board room. The pt"rformanct will be11:in at 7::!0 p.m Ticket11areS1StoS:l.'lO. TheS:l.S ticket>1 can only be puTl'hR>;ed at Inklings Oli46 Richmond). LOBO ()4<!4·C We!1the1mer at WindimrJ. and Say ("hee1<e. 39~ Wei;theimt•r Persons nl'l'ding mure informa hon. or who wish toordertickel.11. maycall522·:!2CM or5t:Hil09 - 'Measure for Meas· ure' (;rl'gol') H•1.\·d.AlleyTheatn·artil< t1cdm'('lur.mukl'llhisd1rectorial debutwith.Ml'ru.ureforMtaRure; openmjl' Oct. 12 on 1he Alley·R larj(t• >0lal{t'. "Ml'asurt for Meruo· urf"·· 111 Shakt'tlpeare"li fas.:1natmjl' par11bll' ot government corruption and llt'>;ual blat·kmail, and111('(>n KLdl'rt-d more modt·rn in tone. t"har· ader and "1gnilicance of his ]Me pla~·11 Boyd t.akesa cuntempurary ap. The(J/r<• ['11d1·rth1·.'>l<ir•flr111p•fl(J<'k ·Jfoll•·I Folklor1rod1,.\frx1co"'forllt'U perfurmom·•·sotth1·Mu8w/foll proachtoth1~ma1<U•rp1N't>.cl\rl'ful nott.0111H·rilkl'the('(•mt-<h.v1\·1d chanu·U·nlation~. or th1·di1rk1110· ry ol rt•n•nfft· and n·tnhutmn. Thl' play. 11n~·11 Boyd. ··111 about mnrah ty.mert"yandforf(1vem·1111.butalao abuuttt·>;. d1ath and rt"\'f'nllt' The 11ta1Cmll' of ··~1t-•1-Ur1• for Mea11un;· mark11Buy<l'11iOthpro­ducti" nofaShakt"'l"·art•play.ll111 pn>•·10u11"orkindud•'ll''lll'nl')·I\ Part One"' 111 M1lwaukl't' Hl'J>ert•~ ry Th1·atr1·. ~1\t11l'lfih S111ht"' at WilliamKtuwn Thl'Ult>r F!'8h•·1 I: '"Hmry , ... at Great l.ak!'ll Thea I.er Fesuval: M>1.rb.•1h·· and .. ,\ M1d11ummer Siaht's l>rt·nm" 1\1 Stagl'W~t. a ct•ntrov1·r~i11I · ;\~ You l.Jk1•lt'" Ill b.1th lkrkdy H<•p­l'rl<> ry Theatrt• 11nd St11ii:1·W111t, and'"ComKlyolErrnn<"mh1KnU tin· San Frnnl"IK('O. Boyd wu~ m vittodtotak<·onlht•lt-ud1•r>1hi1>ot tht· Altt•y 1!11111<t·UK11n ufh"r t·om· pleting four1<1·naon1111" arti~t11·di rtt·tor at Mu~11n1·hu1<dlll' !-'tal{t·Wt"llt Th•• Kho"'• dt'llil(n ki•m m cludl'tl ll1"\·1-r11l n1·"t1>m1'Tll to thl' All .. y "ith t"Xpt'Tll'Ol'l' cl+'j!ljl'll OJI: forHn.vdatothertheat.-ni.S.-..•nic design 111 hy l'•·t~·r ll11v1d (;.,uJ11 who11t !'Riii "t•rk 1ndud1'6 "The &>al Thmlf·· and ·nriu·ula· MuaicaJS11rhtm1m·· •'otitumed SllfO I~ b.\· Y .J1m1· SutLl'll, who w"rkPd wi1h B;>yd on "llracula: Pt"11·rl'an··and·At'iuol.1k•·lt. llnydonun•r11d0Zl'nprodut"ti11n11. und 11ound d .. :<il(n i11 by l'h1I 1'h1•majo roles in 'Ml'Rllun·f•r M1·a•ur1•· frature many nt·" a< 10111 at tht· AUt'y l'hihp Kl'n 11 \'mn·ntio. thl' lluke.(!ary Sloan. An1iwJo. tht· dl'puty. Man l~>nt·y, Claudio .• Jack Stl'hhn. Lucio and Gknn Pruitt. Pompe). Tt1l'Y Tl' Jininll' Allty •·ttl'ran11 Annalee .Jt-ffnf'1 lMarianal, f:llen Lauren dsat...-llal. Jlaruld Sugg11 <Friar ThomWI). James Bh1.ck IProvOtitl (.'l'lllrlee Sandtr111Elbow)and !..ill& Md:w1·n ~Owrdonel -1\.ntigone' Channing Playeni production of Antiaont;· thf' 1<tory of ancient (;rt"'t'C(' ahout a youn1i: woman who dl"fied a tyrant. retold in modem dreH. makl'tl a rompellin1 play WritU-n during the Nazi occupa· tiunufParillbyJeanAnouilh,one ol Fran(·e"11greate11tplnywright.11, it (~mtam11 n m011t famous con· frontntion 11ct•ne in stage lit.era tun·. Th(· production, directed by .Jani11 Halliday and de111gned by llonald William11, will open the lth1<t·1U10n for(.'hanningPlayen ln1· llou11tun·11 long('flt running a!l·V••lunt('t>rt'ommumtytheater: It •nil run Friday and Saturday en·nmp,Od. i;J.14.:.!0,21.Tl ind Vol. All 1>1•rfonnoncn are at Chan nin11 Hall. lonHedat Finit Unttari an ('hun·h. f1:!10 t•annm. A cham pal{ne up•:-nma on Friday. Oct IJ "illki1·kofftherun lil{hllnl{ dt'llijl'n is !>.\ Holl('rt /Jeari/Jalt1nuCrto rmdC' ro \f!1</f'naMAn11....,m•·1r10,.·.-111·fmmChan Jar1-<I. whu hn• cnll11borll!t·d "ith "' 111f'lay4',. Ant•RO open "ll Oct. 1.1 -'Ballet Folklorico' Theatre Under the Stan will preR ent the return engagement or the inU>rnationally celebrated ·'Ballet l''olkloricodeMexico'"fortwoper· formance& only, Oct. 14 and 15 at theMu11it" Hall. Undertheoontinu­in11: arti.11tiedirectlonofit.1 founder. Amalia Hernandez, thifl remarka· ble company of 65 talented danc­en and muRicians is making il8 fir11t U.S. national tour in a dee­• d• TUTS prt"llentation ill sponsored by KXLN-TV Channel 45 and the Texae Commission on the Arts. The 11:roup's national tour ia sponsored by the Honda MoUlr Corporation Performancet1 at the Music Hall an> at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14 and 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15. -Festival performers The l\*00 Hou11ton International Festival. set for Mareh 22 through April I is now accepnng appliea­tionsforperformingartist& forthf fe11tival's ei11:ht outdoor 11ta1M ThOlle interested in participating Rhould call the festival office at 654-&!08 and requt'flt an 11pplica tion fonn Deadline for submittmg appli eation11 is Oct. 31. Notificauon will take place betwl"E'n Dec. 15- Dec. 31. Applications and re­quired m11terial11, including back ground and prea• information andnon-returnabltaudioorvidoo tapetl should be mailed to Pl'O' gram Mana11:er. Houston Interns tional Festival, 909 Fannin Suite p.330, Houston. Tx. 77010 The 1990 Hous1on lnternation al Fe>itival will honor the l_;n1ted Kingdom. Tht featival is workmg with reprt"fll'nt&tlves of the Brit, 1sh American Arts All80Ciat1on to bnngthe bestuftheperlunning and vi11ual aru from Enlj'.land, Scotland. Walea and !\'ortht'rn Ireland. BAAA is a non-profit amserviet'orgamzationpromot in11: cultural exchange betwe-en Britain and America Rm~mber In 19i~ when CniiB Wa•hinE(1<1nbe,1t~n hos scruAAlc 10 re~al 21.06, ffiJn)· of u~ were ~1111 in 1he do~c! traiA has ~lways scood callforus.evtnwhenhehad Appeal planned in congressman probate ruling coscandalone Come Out Occ. l lch, Voce Washington Nov. 7th BETTER LAUJilS &. GARDEilS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape -Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices s2a .. LAUJil WESTPORT. Cunn. (API-- In hi11 Sept. 1 Ut·t·rh·. l'rohatl' The man who claim11 to ha,·e Judl(e Earl Capuano awardt·d been the late congressman MtKinney".11 widow, Lut"i!' SU>wart McKinney' a humo- McKinnl'y, hl'r claim• uf~Wi.!lf.O Hi:ual lover for five yea1'11 aaairu1t the t'lltatt' to pay hack a plans to appl>al a probate large Kum the <~lnl(rt'llllmon had court ruling that es1tentially borrowed from hi• wift cutahimofffromreceivingan· ythin1 from the eiitate McKinnt~·. tht' 4th UU.tri1·!"11 Arnold Densun. a Georgia re.ident,eaidSept.:!tlheistr:. mg to raite money for le11:al nprMt"ntat1onmfilinganap­J)('& I of the Sept. 7 decision OOnf(l'-manfnrl7year.d1edat q:l' at; uf an AlllS·relatl'd illnl'all on May 7, Wk7. l>t"m1on wu naml'd m Mt·Kmnt'y'• IC1il4 "ill Lawrl'nCf' Halloran, Mn Mt'Kinney's attorney, said hi' did notunticipatethatDemmn"·ould 11.μpt•al Capuano"11decU.inn I wouldthinkbynowhewould realizl' tht•re is no blood in thi11 •tone.~" mont'y was left in Ste" art'•estate. His majora><&l'twll!< his W1111hington homt and the pro- The probate decisiun cut l)~·n1<onofffr11mrece1vingapprox iniately ~;(l.lX)() hecaul!t' mOtit of the ntate wru1 u11ed to pay back thf' loan ·Jn my opinion there were no f.t1cU prt"t<ented m probate court to support Mr11. McKinney';• claims of a loan:• lknKOn said. ··ES&Cn c. • Ja from lb> 11ale wtnt tu pay hi1 ually it "Bii hear11ay Stewart bilJa. Lucie W88 the big l..er J:ie.. 11uppt...edly 11a1d to 90meone she cauw11h,.waa willed 52percentuf loaned him the money" hl'r hu•band"s estate: Halbran !)('n110n aaid he believes the said judf(eerredinhi1deci1ionaward ing Lucie McKinney her ad juated claims against the es tate. Denson also believes the widow should not have been allowed to be adminifltrator or her hu•band's e11tate because 11he wu also claimant again1t theeatate Denson waa to receive 40 J)('rct'ntofthenetproceedaor the aale of the Capitol Hill horn! and a 1975Chtverol!l The net valueoftheMtatewu $284,953 Mass. Senate leader breaks logjam on gay rights bill By DANIEL BEEGA!'." BOSTON (AP)-Gubernatonal candidate Francia Bellotti told a rally of 1000 he ··cannot imagine'" why a bill that would outlaw die· crimination a11:ainst hom~xuals i•oontrover.11ial It ii no more just a gayri11:hta bill than thf Equal Right& Amend men1 ia a femini1t bill:' the former It.ate attorney general •aid Tues· day. ··1t hu to do with tht buic and fundamt'ntal right to civil nahu· The meB.11ure pruhibitinll d18 criminalional(ttmHthumOHt'XUah1 in housing, employment ond cr<-d it "'a.a freed from a lt-giHlativt logjam whtn Senate Pru1dent William Bullj'.erorderl."dallam('nd ment.1totht"billbefiledby01·t. 2 Sen Edward Kirby. R Whitman. had been intn>dudng amendment.I to tht' bill. to al ow 118 progreQ and poU>ntially f(ut 1t Kirby iacon<·trnl'dthtprnpo11alia the fint stf'p toward official ap­proval of what he called 'thf 11'.ay and le11b1an lifntyle:' Sen. Michael Barrett. Il-Cam bridgt. a spun11or of the bill, 1<aid l:lamendmentehadbeenfiled,hut un\y two roncerned him: Ont· ex t·mptmg religiou11 organizallons frnmthtbill"sprotectiuns,andan other that wuuld limit thl' prott:e IL••nl'xtendl'dtopublicrol1'1{epr0> ft1-110111 who.e teaching• touch on homu..exualit)' Amtricans for Demo1-ratio,; Ac­ll m. the National Gay and Le.bi· an Task Forre and the Cni1arian legislation which h&1 been 1ty mied in the Senate for 17 year11. Supporters wavl'd 11igns and t'hanted "Gay Rill'.hlM Now'" The event wrui held •·to 1how legiRla tor11 th11t there"s overwhelming 11upport for the gay right.I bill;' 11Rid llavid Lal''ontaint. lobbying dir{'("tor for the Coalition forLee­bian and Gay Civil Right.I "This 1Mn"t juat a atru11:gle for KRY righia. th111 i1 thecl88111chu man atrug1le:' LaFontaine aaid l" n 1 vef'llBli>it ARsociatmn t()(lk Bellotli pumted to a 1ign that part in Tuesday·s rally to 11upport called for equal right.I for evtry one, saying. ·'And that'• whatthia bill is all about:' ••Jtiflthedutyofallelectedoffi· cial.11 to oppose discriminalion in any fonn, and that'• what thi.11 does:· Bellotti said, State 11enaton William Golden, 0-Weymouth, and Lolli Pines, 0- Ntwton, and Rep. Mark Rooeevelt, D-Bollton, the meaaure'• Houff 1punsor. aJ90 addl'ftlled the crowd Roosevelt said the le(l'i•lation was a moat important thing in hia life, and ''probably thethina in my careerl'mproudeiitof' 8 MONTR< 5EV( :E IAY. )Cl IER 1989 Study documents 2 cases of infection through oral sex SM FRAI'\('IS('O(API The cit y'• Health Department 11ay11 it hu documented tht finit two('- m which ml'n havt· bt-coomt infected with tht'Al llSviru11throughoral ~·' Ir people haw bartrained that oralsex i•whattht'y'n•goingtt1do and alay umnft~U>d. wt· now havt• directevidcncethat1tt·anhap. pen," Ur. Gt'<lflft' Rutherford. dirt'<" tor of thl' dt•partmenf11 AIDS of. fice, said Sept :m Thefindinjfll ramt·in th1•11tudy ofhundrt'dfl of gay and bisexual men that the Health ll1·p11rtment ha.beenc.:mdut·ung8in<.Ttheear ly days of tht Afl)S ep1demit· City Health Director Dr. llavid Werdl'gar acknowledged tht' find ingt wl're based on inten:it·w1 with thl' 11ubjedll rather than clini cal evidence but said ret1l'archen1 Wl'r1• "ab8olutt-ly sure" the two gay men bad contracted the hu man immunodeficil'ncy viru11 through oral sex "We believe we got very accu rateinformalion;'saidWerdegar. whoaddedthattbe11ubit'<'llltru11t ed the Health Department n~ searcbera and had worked with tht'm over a long period The ret1earch team ht•aded hy Rutherford and Dr. Alan lif11on 111 preparing to 11uhmit the rl't'ulll! to t'ithertheJournaloftheAmerican Medirnl A>ISOC'iation or the r\ey, Enlfland Journal of Medicine, Wt'rdt·gar11aid Bothmenwhote11tedpositivefor the l-llV v1ru11 reportedhavingper fnrmt>doral11exonnumerou11part ners. Rutherford said Other rlinicianthavereporteda f1•w otht•r examplet1 of people be­rominl( infe<:tl.'d throul(horal11ex, but the ll t·althi)epartmenl'11find ings wert· the finll time .uch a tran11mi1111ion had bt't'n document· ed in a major study. Rutherford 118id Former Sur1feon General(' E\ erett Kopp warned three years af!:~' that oral ~ex might be a tran11mi,.. sion path for the AIDS viru11, but IK>me health authoritie. and part& ofthegaycommunityhadatartt>d to believe otherwiae. Tht· ('ity'11 gay and lesbian preN in N:"<:t·nt month11hasdebatedthei1111ue.and some privatesexduhll11llowtht· practice "Then•have hf.en a lotofqut• 1ion11 aboutoralsex.(But)thi11in· d icates it definitely i11 a riMk Werdegarsaidofthe findingM. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome1scaulll'dbyaviru11that damages the body's immune 11y U>m.lt>anng\·irt1m1111usceptibleto mf.,.·t1nn11andc11ncer. It l.-Kprfild mottt often throulfh '4·xualC'Ontact, nl't'dlesor~yringes 11hared by drug abu,.er11. infected blood or Mood producui. and from prejfnant women to their off- 11pnnl{ Tht11('it·ntifirnameforthevirus 111 human immunoifoficit•ncy vi· rus,or l l!V. As of.July :ll, thefederalCen· tcr11forl)isett11e('ontrolinAtlanta hadrrt·urd1-da(·umulatiwtotalof 10:.!.fi:.!I ca..uofAIIlSintheL'nit ed St11ll'1 with >!l,:l!ll deathr Justices show little inclination to revive defense ~}~ ~~,,~~t:l.1\1) SAI'\ FKA:\('ISl'O •Al'~·Slj t" ap. .,..i.rourtju11tices1h••W..dliul .. ap. parentinchnat1on1Ut"adayton'('O 1ider a e<onvich<dm11rdft'er'1cl111m lhalhekill..daS11n F1a1u'U<:oman duew··tiomo11 ... 1111lpamc'.11f'lertht• vict1m11lletit>dlymad .. ap11a1a1him l..awy(•rs lor 11 gay·ni(bt11 gruup h11dhoP"(ito1111etho·<'ll,M·ofFr11nk11• Huie to 11\op 110~· futurf ..ffuri. todt~ fend agamMt ('hllJM'"" of a .... 11ultinw or murdermtr homoauua!~ by dium ing mental d1~orien111uon in rear tion tu aexual advnnt~'S. Butin11hril'fh1·urinw,thrt't'JUKtic ef!Oftht'IKtlhMtn('t('ourtolApp<11[ 'U•l.'dt>nanarro,.·er 1e:wt th e1thetrialjudgeproperlyprevr1t.-d pa)·rh111tritita from telhnlflh•·jury 11houtthrrlfectofHuie'1ruralTeul.a hM'kgr1>undunhi11mentalreactionM during the incident Wnhoutthepo<ychiatricevide 111id Ueputy!;tatePublk l)e.f,·nder Su11snl\w·11n.thejUr)'C<>uldnotad• quately evaluste l-luie'11 claim of pam(' But all three ju11ticea 1111d it ap peared Huie'11 trial ]11,.~u hPd nut ewnda1medth11tthepeiychiatrillt.11 hadaneXJ>l'rlOpiniontoofferontht' "ubject. The court ('ould reject tht• appeal on th0toe hmih>d ICl'Ound11 w1thoutdecidingwhethera .. 1mil11r ' c ... ldevl'> be offrred Arul in!i u. .ewithmOOday1.. llui•. thrn 19, wu com·1ctedof firMl·delCl't't'murderand ... ntencedto OOyeanto lift. m prll!On for the Oct !Jlljfatnl~tm1r•nd11tabbmgof s1 .. ph•·11 Ma)·t<da. 41,tht'1>wner1>fa S11nt'r11nciKOt-ilh•rttt.orew·hohad h1rt'dh1maMadayhtborer. llul!·didnottt11t1fya11he1ri11l Hut thed .. foJU1ea11idtheaua .. k had 1-n tn111!"ert>d by a 11exual propo11i tion fr<>mMay!'da.andpro,·id!'dtes­t1mony by lluie'1111unt 11nd hillpas­t<> r11huutlht·pn-vailml(llltiludeto. w11rd hnmu1<1·xuality m the amall t'HMl Tt•x1111 town where Huit· grew "' Thedefei C<•nte1 P<lthrk m11 wa.;nomorethan,·,Juntarym111, alaughter becalll'l' Huir had be­lieved that h<' needed todl'f<'nd him 1t.JffromMayed11'•ad,11nCT'9 San Frant'iaco Superior ('ourt JudgeTimolhyJt,.ardondidnotal ,,. apt1ychi11tri8tto~1ifyahout y,·hetheryouthafrom b1tt-klfround• like Huie'1weN>proneto"hnmOMX· ualpanic:·acondit1onthat111not rl'C'011nized u a at.andard mt•nw.l di1<orderb)'mediralauthoritil'tl.The jur;· found that thekillingwlUI m tentit>nal At Tuesd11y'11 appellau henrinl(, M11. KwanchPllt·ngedRelll'don'11d1· riKiOntuucludethe1H'Yl'hi11trirl"•i d eud H111 w therehy 'p1 dfn 1p- tll 11fulldt' fenae th11thrdidnoth11vethemen .al•talt'rt'QUlrt'<iformurder. Hut th .. iu1tkt'S 1rud lluie-11rial aw·yerhadr,.pt>atedly told Reardon thr pl)'l'hi111rilt.1 w·ould not ht> Jol'" inl{funn111··ov1mona."a>1Nquiredof t'Xpertw1tnCN<'ll.Rt.,1rdont"Ondud edth•·Y"'t•ren'tb.·mgoffrrt'da>iex pert wllnt'SaN und therefore had nuthmwu11t·ful totrll theJUr)' You'rt· rhallengmg the triW J11d11e'aruhnwh1U1edonwhattbeat tomey 11a1d to him" ahoutthede­frn11e witn("ll~t·~. Ju11tin Zerne l\aninl(loldM1<.l\wan.'-W1·can't1ro l..;·hindthat ~ Cl, • ..,.,_ _____ o0·2.L It was, for Paul, a compelling thought cars 0102 vans · 0111 Motorcvc1es 0142 Businesses Avail. 0310 AGRf.AT OPPORTUf'tlTY! •n 1• ~- Busines8 8Nk°rtunities OW. N YOUR OW.N.. . L..I.H... . ...... ,_e1111 IC_O .. •lerl>eallll ~ho!·"'"'""!!.~~ lienerai · Help Wanted 0650 N•·•••"°' Aj;IJ'·,·E _ 2 v. ..~ ~:~~~}.. 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All Burial Policies Honort>d Jim D, Lurwig CEO, 1218 Welch Street, Houston , Texas (713) 528-3900 Arturo Leal, Jr. F.D,l ,C 77006 .....~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--' Eleven gay couples marry in big Denmark ceremony To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of By JAN OLS.EN Montrose, coll JOflH<f ""-"<Tl«:·'[VO COPEN HAGEN, Denmark (AP)-After 40 year• of living to­gether, Axel and Eigil Axgil 11penl a happy fiut day ae 8 •·marril'd couple" Monday. Axel, 74, and Eil(il. 67, were among the first JI maleooupleato exchange vow1 Jut Sunday aa Denmark became the fil'tltcountry tQgivehomoeexualcouplMlegal statue and the right to join in a ·registered partnership' Hundreds of gay men and le1bi· ana applauded. waved nags and th~w rice on them on the Town llallsteps,whileChristianfunda mentalistl! demonstrated on the otheraideofthesquare.Onedem onstrator waving a Bible called it "Sodom's Day." Hom011exuality is a sin;· ht' Hid Parliament in May approved a gay rights bill by a lopsided ma jority. Only the small People'• Chri1:1t1an party opposed the mea.e­•~ The law. which took effect hu1t Sunday, givee homoeexual cou pleenearlyequal rightsa&hettto-aexual couplee but bars them from adopting children. They have the 1ame inheritance right.s, tax ad vantages and the rightto11harea \a"tname. Under the new law. 11t least one partnermu11thaveDaniAhcitizl'n· 1hip and live in J:nnmark Like the other 10 couples. Axel and E:igil 90lemnly answered "ya" t.o deputy mayor Tom Ahlberg when he uked if they conaenud to tie each other in ·•a registered partnership.'' They com bmed their fir11t namH to form a common last name ··we decided to get officially married' becauae we have the same feelings for each other aa heterosexual oouplea;• said Axel, 11peakingon Danish television. He and l-:igillaterlefttownfor1ever al days, friends said, apparently on a honeymoon No Jeabian oouplea have ~n regi11tered."Wedon'tliketobein the front line;· one woman said af­ter Sunday·a ceremony 'The next step will be the acqu1 sition of the right t.o adopt step. children from one of the partner11 from an earlier heteroaexual mar riageandtherighttobeblet111edin a church:· said lv11n LarBen. who was among thl" couplet1 and is a pastor of the Danish Evangelist I uthernnChurch ·· lflhadtherighttomarryaho­moeexual couple in my church. I would certainly like to do ao. but for thl" time bemg we'll have to wait." Larsen •aid When it (the partnership) be­rome. official.itla&ta\onger:· .. id Larsen'• partner, school peycholo­Ji• t Ove Carl&en. who moved into the church par110nage two yeara 529-8490 Glimpses Barbra Streisand ii putung her politice on the jacketofherlate&t album. "'A Collection; Greatest Hits and More:· The Ja<'ktt will in elude a meNage from the Earth Communication11 Office that will urge Streisand fans to do .om~ thing about the world's ecc.ilogical problems IC MONTP 5E I/( ;E FRI JAY_ Acclaimed gay authors to visit Houston Resumes 2190 An i•tt'Cld .\f, I<{'"'· a• th r1>f tht' ·tal .. 1 of /}1t' ('1t_~ 1eri"•· u.·iJ/ l'i11t tW(I ,lfoitTOHb.1uk11 '"'(kt.a· 'IWo nauoAU,y AOCl.U:.ed gay au UlorawillbelllHouato t.hs"llOlltb and 00!.h w1ll make appearan :ee Ill MC?il.l'ODe to auio«rarih ~f the1J'moRreoentboW SoruaJohf".scn.afr. mm author anc: YWO J ruisonwi.llalaobefeat.W'9Cltna WOl'kahopSetUl'da,y. Oct. 7 l'rom 1:00 t.04 Xlp.m atAut.ryHOU99.6266S. Ka.;_ Jt.led'.Bl'MklngUp..-ithf'al.rl u,y :St.eadofEachOthet."andwW &:y •ho tlrat. ga1ned . Montrou giw a ai:-:h utled Wlld n"'. Igruung the Sl»-V<l2u uon•at600p.m&L~ at l"'ir6t Un1t&rWl Chureh. ~~=ii:'.:.~ Reighbor-portec1 u.~Nth Amendment and wae «imn:1.1mJca1ec1frornl.hi MormonChUl'Charound 10 yMl'8 ago Johnao later ran for Prellldlnt Ann1Stead Maupin. au r!Jfthe'"'ItJMoft.hllClcy-" hood wlllaignhlanew I vents •k.-"9.lreofYOU:'onBatur­day. Oct 21 atlnkltngstrom 430-5.30 p.m .. and later tha.t evenlng at Booka.op. u an openzy gay oamllda.t.e an ln dependent l.lclr.et in 1984 Johnson will be thet<pecl&l gue&te.tanaut.o­gnLph part;y from l30pmto330 p.m. &llu:lay. Oct 8 at Inkling&. 1848 Richmond m,ih pherdatAlabl.ma. 3ureofYOU'"l6thea1lCthandtlnal self-oontalned now! tn Maupirf8 ·'Tales" •nee. ··sigruncant Ot.hel'fl:· ruth tnthesertee.waaabreakout beRt.111.-iertn 1987 Mauptn will alaobeoneofaevel'IJ authors reMl1nC from the1r work on Sunda,yalt.emoon.Oct. 22attheJul la ldlleon audltoMum of the down· town llbraiy The reading 18 epon· :irs"'° by the HOU8t.On Area Booksell· --lynCoz Evelyn Cox ha8 been named uecu t.lve dlreotor of AIDe Found&tJon Houston by It.aboard of~. A1'H board membel'fl &nnounoed Fr1 da,y.6ept.29.Cox:haabeen881'V1fl8118 aotJngaxecuUvedlreotoretnoeJtme As execuuve d11'1!Ctor, she 1S re­eponalbleforll'WUl41n( thedallyop­erauona IJf APH"e aoclt.l 881'V1oe and eoucatlonal pl"Ogl'&INI. Currently. the found.Won lel'Vtlll approxtmat&­ly l 000 people with AI De. llOOOl'dlng t.O A1'H rep1-nWlvee Add1Uon ally, the uecuuve dlrlcU>r works clOMl,y with Other AID8 organ.tt.a Uona tn Houston and aCJ'088 the -"" Tm quite pllllald wtt.h the Pro( ~we're making tn axpandlng OW' eduoaUonal out.r.-ch Into the HOl»­ton oommunJcy:· Cm. ea.Id. Add1UOnall,y,we·re~Ul'Ulg the~ we '4mln18t.er t1nane1al and f'lferral...ist.a.noetoPWAst.01n8W'I we anUdpate and !Mii. OW' cl1ent.e' neec1e:· she Mk*1 '"The only ~ we"r1gotngtoblatthlam-1Bto oooperate and oooni1natl eervtoe pro&rame with other &genctee throughout the c.1cy and oouncy" ThrC1u4haHumanP.eeollroee&lrv loll Adm1n181.!'61Jon ( HFISA) grant, APH18workingwlthftveagenotee, Har1'18C,ount,yHoep1t.a10lat.t1ct.Clcy of HOUSton Hee.Ith Dlpart.ment. Mont.roee Cllnio. Mont.roee Cow\881 mg Centsr and AID8 lnt.erfalth Coounc1l of Houeton. to Implement a .o.o..u,n,,t.; y wtdl c.111 management Pl'O< "T?Uelewlofoooperauonhelpeue to tden~ gape tn 88f'VlOI and avok:I ~dupllc&uon!Jf•l'l11oll to deliver OW' progr&me more ll'feo­Uvely to PWAs:· she explalned. Another cooperative etrort. 18 a oommuntt,.y speakers' Pl'O(ram tn whloh A1'H 18 working wt th the Clt,y he&lt.h Qepe.rt.ment. Baylor College of MedlcineandtheUnlvers!ty!Jf'n!xas Medical SChool Cox alao urged Houston1an.B to participate In AFH'e '"Prom All Walke of Ufe:' The tund 1'&18lng walk will be held at 9:00 a.m. Sunday. Oct. 12 1n aowntown·e S&m Houston Plu'k.HaJ!oft.hep~wlllsup­pon. AFH'e educaUonal and eerv108 pl"O(l'am8andt.hlot.blJ<halfwlllbe sh.ated among other AIDe 88rv108 provtder OrgantzatlollB ln Howiton Tbe biggestcha.ll~ r.ctngue are~t.he!Mdel'flhlpof ouroommwUcytohelpua~the neec18 of PWAs and pl'OWilng ade­quate lduclUorC Cox: ea!d. 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""'' ~ Often we have invoked "community" to encom-ffi pass the diverse network of gay men and lesbians CD ~ in Houston and the surrounding area. As a term it 8 is easily defined: All homosexual men and women. ~ As a practical matter it is far more difficult. ~ All minorities, at least in terms of their makeup, ~ have a far easier time. Blacks, Jews, Catholics, ~ Mormons, hyphenated Americans-are usually ~ fairly recognizable. And such groups have tradi­~ tionally emphasized family and prodigy as a bul­~ work against oppression. w ~ Obviously this does not work for our communi- ~ ty. With some exceptions, we do not have children, ~ and when we do we rarely reproduce like sexual "' preference (our detractors to the contrary). We are bombarded by all the vestiges of the majority­the heterosexual lifestyle. Gays in the straight workplace confront it daily. Even those of us operating gay businesses encoun­ter bias when dealing with suppliers and bankers. In short, American society, overtly and subtly, creates a flood of negativism toward gays. This, in tum, has made doubly difficult the task of instilling a positive image among gays. For this reason we invoke, repeatedly, the idea of "community:' We are diverse, we are a cross-section of American society, and we are as often as different as that so­ciety itself. Yet to deny our commonalty is to ac­cept all the premises of our detractors. We are more than a sex act. We have a common history, a common literature, even a common lan­guage. We have all the attributes of a unique and definable culture. Not having our own educational system or our own television network, we need to find ways to better convey our culture, our com­munity. An understanding of our community should al­low us to feel better about ourselves. Only when we can declare, if only to ourselves, that we are gay and proud can we truly unite as a community. And it is in this sense of community that we shall achieve those goals so crucial to all of us. Lobo ls buying gay material from After Oort< to Drummer, videos paperbacks and hardbacks by or about gay and lesblors. Wanted, collections large or small. I~ r-:::i-SHEER INSANITY & L....'.:J DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER LOBO is the oldest and largest gay and lesbian bookstore in Texas. The LOBO Video Club is the largest and oldest gay video club in the United States. LOBO has the largest selection and lowest prices on gay video in Houston. These are statements of fact. We have never advertised anything that we are not prepared to back up. In last week's "Voice" another bookstore pro­claimed: "Carrying all the new videos. New releases always sold for under $49. 95:' In fact, they had none of the new releases. And most of their videos were priced more than $49. 95. This other store is not gay-owned. But it obviously wants your gay dollars, to the point of misrepresenting itself. At LOBO, we stand by our claims. And at LOBO you can always speak with the manager and the owners. The ownership of LOBO is no secret, it is not obscured in legal doubletalk. The owners live and work in the Houston gay community. LOBO is of, by and/or the gay commu­nity. At LOBO your gay dollars give you more for the buck, provides for our gay staff and affords us the oppor­tunity to give back to the community. We don't see this as a boast, but rather as an obligation. 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales & Rentals • SWimwear • T-Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities We do our best to make this hst as accurate as pos:.rble but there may be Jme errors Cal the bar or restaurant to confirm an event Modi/~ -Bacchus Happy Hour 4-8pm -Santa Fe Trading Co .. 99¢ frozen Margaritas 4-8 pm. Santa Fe Gold Margantas. largest selection of imported beers and tequila -Mary°s Mon thru Sat, Happy Hours. 7am-Noon. $1 SO Well & Domestic Beer. S-9pm, S 1. 7S Well and $1 SO Domestic Beer, $1 Schnapps always -Scandals Open 11 am, Mon-Sat 12 Noon, Sunday -Scandal's: D.J. Dennis McGinnis plays your favorite oldies from the SO-s, 60-s. 1o·s ·Tt.a1 Villa Restaurant: Thurs-Sat Nights: Uve piano Thai Villa Restaurant Dinner Daily specials, M-Th S:30-10pm, F & S S.30·10:30pm -Thai Villa Restaurant: Lunch Thai Bullet. $5 95, M-F 11 am-2pm Venture-N Dancing on The Farside. seven days a week -Venture-N Get It? Got It? Goodll -Mommas Money Sl Well & Domestic Beer. Monday­Saturday. 7am-11am -Mommas Money. 7Sc Well Drinks. Monday-Thursday. 9pm· Midnight -Mommas Money Happy Hour. Monday-Saturday. 7am-8pm -Missouri St Station Happy Hour prices 11119 pm Dusters. C & W Dancing Daily -Missouri St Station: Open 11 am- 2am -Dusters: Open 6pm-2am -E1J s 7am-8pm Happy Hour. 7am-6pm $1 Vodka drinks. Beer bust 4-lOpm Monday-Saturday -EtSs 7 Days a week. Sl Well drinks 1 am-2am -Club Body Center: SS for 30 minute tanning session. $30 for 8 v1s1ts -Past Time Happy hour Noon to 8pm -French Quarter Theater see ad this issue -Pot Pie Restaurant: Free home delivery for pizzas -QTs Mon thru Thurs-9pm­m1dnight, $1.SO Well & Domestic Beer -Ai.Marks. Happy Hour 4-8pm -J.R·s· Monday thru Friday, hors d·oeuvres S 30 until 7 30 -Club Romeo. Happy hour S-9pm -Venture-N: Beer bust 4-lOpm -Venture-N. Happy hour Noon- 8pm -J.Rs 3-m-1 Happy Hour opening-10pm -Charlie"s Restaurant: Dinner and midnight specials -The Barn What A Nellie Deli, 11 am-3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fri -The Barn. Happy hour 11am-9pm -Ousters: Beer Bust Sun & Thurs, 6-lOpm -Briar Patch Happy hour till 8pm -Mothers Volleyball on patio. happy hour 7am-8pm, Keok1 Kora 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri 2nd floor bar -Rock N Horse: Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am). Sun (4pm-2am), Closed Mondays -Charl1e·s Restaurant: Open 24 hours MOlltrose Vo ....... -Chutes $1 frozen margaritas noon-6pm. happy hour 12-lOpm -Brazos River Bollom: Happy hour Mon-Sat, 7am-9pm, Sun Noon-6pm -Santa Fe Trading Co: Open 4pm, 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails, $1 7S tongnecks or happy hour price single well till 10pm -Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs. (ex. Tues.) -Chutes· Frozen Margaritas. $1 2S. 6pm-2am. Happy hour, noon-10pm -Chutes. Beer bust, 3pm-11 pm, 7Sc Vodka drinks. noon-6pm q~ -Bacchus: The Gay Dating Game 8pm -The Barn Cowboys in Action. 8-2 E/Ss Brillany·s Follies (A Variety Show), llpm Past Time The Tom Cats -R1ch·s. Frequent Dancer Night Free entry with Frequent Dancer Pass. free wett 9-1 lpm, 7S¢ Schnapps. S 1 domestic beer -Insanity: Open 2am-4am ·Club Romeo. TGIF Party 5-9pm -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -Scandal"s Dance to the music of D.J Dennis McG1nn1s -Cousins Drawing, 6:45, wm triple your shoe size. Cousins & Company, 10 30pm -Mothers Dance music by Phil Ware -Heaven: soc well. cover -Chutes Cruise Night, happy hour noon-10pm, Mate Strip Night with MC Cassandra Landa, cash prizes, Hot dogs by Texas Aiders -Brazos River Bottom Happy Hour. 7am till 9pm, Brazos River Band. 9.30pm. -Montrose Mining Co .. Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am -Missouri St. Station: Patio Specials, free hors d'oeuvres. Noel Eskew, 9pm -Ri"Marks Uve entertainment ·J.R:s. Pac1f1c Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am s~ -Montrose Mmmg Co .. 3 in 1 happy hour 4-10pm, 2S¢ draft beer in a mug 1 Opm-2am -Rock 'N Horse. Uve band 9pm- 1am -Cousins: Cousins & Company, 10:30pm -Dusters 7Sc Schnapps all night -Mothers Vodka drinks & shots of schnapps 7S¢ 7am-8pm -Past Time: The Tom Cats -R1ch·s Local Fun -Insanity: Open 2am-4am -J.R.'s: Pac1f1c Coast Dancers 1030pm -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -Marys: Beer Bust on the patio 1 pm-6pm, Leather Night. Come Let Us Adjust Your Attitude, Sir' -The Barn: Cowboys in Action, 8pm-2am -Scandal's~ Dance to the music of O.J Dennis McGinnis -Bacchus: Houston·s Original Party Night. $2 Margaritas -E/J s: $1 well drinks 4-7pm, Male Jock Strap Contest, 11 pm with MC Ra1nbo De Clown -Club Romeo $1 7S Coronas, $1 schnapps -Chutes· Cruise Night & liquor bust 8-M1dnight. $6. SSOO Dash for n and distnbute the Cash, 1 Opm-2am -Brazos River Bollom Happy hour till 9pm, Brazos River Band. 9:30 -M1ssoun St Station: Pat10 Specials, free hors d"oeurves. Noel Eskew, 9pm -Ri.Marks: Uve entertainment -Heaven soc well 9-11 pm, cover. DJ-Scooter Bearden s~ -Bacchus Pool Tournament, 2pm -Momma·s Money. Happy Hour, Noon-4pm. $1 Well with soc Schnapps 4-7pm -Mary's: Beer Bust on the patio, 1 pm-6pm, $3, Steak N 1ght. Spm -The Barn: Cowboys in Action, starting at 7pm -E1Ss Noon-10pm Beer bust. Dinners served on the patio at Spm, $1 Well drinks 6-9pm -Rub1o·s Free draft 7-lOpm. Rub1os Presenta' 1030 -Past Time: Happy Hour all day & all night -R1ch·s T-Dance-tree well 7- 9pm, $1 domestic beer. Sl frozen Margantas -JR:s 1sc Cape Cods, Bloodies. Margaritas & Schnapps Noon- 10pm -Thai Villa Restaurant. Buffet $S.9S, 11 am-2:30pm -Club Romeo. Hangover Blues. beer $1 2S. Bloody Marys $2. Barbecue and drink specials, open 3pm -Montrose M1ntng Co .. Beer Bust & soc hot dogs 4pm-m1dn1ght, 50¢ draft beer ma mug m1dn1ght-2am -Brazos River Bottom: Steak Night, 4 SO, 6pm, Happ
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