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Title Montrose Voice, No. 454, July 7, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date July 7, 1989
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE THE NEWSPAPER OF MONTROSE a (11mc:ait; $1ubli1l111 cc....,.n;o FR I DAY July 7. 19890 ISSUE 454 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY P•r11yclo..;;fy., 'ho H1ghl ,..._.,~-Low' M•r 75_ ..-h ncktrstorms ~ib : l•Y & M< N. Y. High court recognizes gays as 'family' ~J11 ~-~~~~~~~~ ~;;;~IG~R ALBANY. NY (UPll-Ntw York state'• hi1hmtoourt. callin1fora more reahatic view of'·family," ruled Thursday the lon,Ume hom1111uual lov•ofan AILlS victim cannot be evict.d from the dlf'ad man'1 rent controlleda~rtmtnt In a of-2 decision hail.cl. by 1•Y ri1ht11 act1viat11, the Court of Ap. pe.larttel'Mdaloweroourtthat11p. held eviction l)roCMdins1 by a Mao­hattan real •tat.I! firm a1ain1t Miaru.I Bra.hi. who mhtnted m ... t .o.f. h. i1 wealth~· kovtr'• ~ nullitm • w~conclu.de lh.at tblo lft'm family 1houldnotberigidlyre1tricudto thoee people who have formalized their relationeh1pbyobtainin1.fur in.Lance. a marriage certificate or an adoption ordei,' A_,,nate Ju• ti~ Vito Til<.lnewrote for themajori " 'Theintendedprotectionll(ain.11t 1udden eviction 1hould not rMton fiCllllou1leaaldi•tinction1or51enet· ichitol<.lr}',butin.11tead1houldfind1u foundativn in therTalityoff.mily life 'In tht contH.t of eviction. a morT rHJ .. tic, and orrt.ainly equally val id. v- of a family includrt two adult lifrumr pannen wt.- rela lionahipU.lon51·termandchuactm- 1zedbyanl!moti•md11ndfinancial commitmentandmtnd• nd .. n.,._;· theopmioi1H1d rhe cue h .. drawn attention from honu•uul rii:htll jtl'OUJ»9 aC"n»ll tha nation ,.·ho ha\·e beton fi51htin& for le51nl r«O(Jlition of l•n1gt1mehomOM"xual coup!a,often C"&lled"lifapan.n.."wb.; noltsal contract dN<'ribN th• ralati,n ahip ThU. i8 a &rOUnd bna.11.inadeci· tiio for lnbiana and illY mm:· nid Will aID }h.iiwnatein, an Alllel'i.can Civil Uberti• Cnion lawyer who nopr..-nted llnuchi. ·Forthanrattime,a11ate'1h rttoo"'thUr<l'C:icnizedthare. tion•hipbetwet"n two51ayper1ona: hen.id The court deci•ion me11n• Braachi. 34. can atay in hia Eaat Sideapanmentwherehelivedfur!O yee .. with Le.lie Blanchard. a mil· Jionairehairaalonownerwhodied ml9116ofea-relatt'dl<.laeq1ured Immune deficiency ayndrom ... 'Onthefaceofit.theopinionlita t«hnical legal readins of a N"" Yori!. atate 1tatute." nid Thomu Stoddard. ell«utivedirectar of the 1.-.rnbd• Lesal o.fenll' and Educa· tionFund.whicb•pecializemin•ay ria:htllc-. But .n in 11'1 fv.11 ront.1<1. th• inion a1 ratll theultimatetr.r formationofAmeri<anlawlQin•·or poratl'fullril(ht..fornootraditi•n' h01l1eholdM;'heN1d Thebuildilla'a\andlord.StahlAM· 10C11tet,a!'lfuedthatunlythfl..t'tlil latureooulddfterminewh .. thl'r&ay ouupl•Mhouldbf!(unllid ·l'dfam1Jy inrentoonl.J'oldiapute11. All1ociate JuaUfn fht'hard Simona and si..-w1lTt Haaoaeli. W.. .ented. aJ'lf1llDll: that thama1ority hadex1.«1dedlhedeflnitionoffam1· ly 'indefinitely: Chad J1 :lae Sol Wllbtill'didn1. i.kt~ in the <u< 1.a,.·yeraft,tSt.ahJA..ociatMaai.d •th. "Y,. Ldha• o-,.rnantontht We're working to bring you o real newspaper. The Montrose Voice. Celebrities to 'open' AIDS center By RICHARD V_ WEEKE8 Tht;Mon\""""\'"'·~ While people with AIDS have becon rtft'iving treatment at "Tht Cen ter" at 2015 Thomu Street •mce May:l'.!,cityandcountycelebritlea giveitthtirofficialbleatting!->atur day.July8,ataceremonyl<.lbegin at lO:OOa.m Thepublk ta invited MMnbeni and friend!I uf the AIUS Allian<'l', led by aociahte Carolyn Farb. are pourinf( f(t.od• aod aerviC'ftl into thto pruicram to mali.e•u"' itia, aaoneworkt'l'call• it. .. an hiat.oriel"-·et1t" Mayor Kathy Whitnnre and Judge Jon l.Jndaay willoffiriate at the ribbon nittin&. 1ymbolum51 the j;•mt efforu of tM city and connty in the eareani treatment of AID:; via.Una. Among thoAe giving to the t\·ent aw The Rivoli RHLBuranl, :-.;.,iman Man:u•. The Spene. Company, Tbto Art Aicainat AlllS Committee, Ti:te Hal.loon Affail: Jerry Atwood f// ud Rkliy CuMf'OU..1[ topnformat ded<cotw1t of the AIDS 'Cf'1tter"on Tlwm .. ~trttt Intemational Printing and Pub. liahing, Harold John10n Adverti• inll'. and C ~111munieation1t1, and the !'WAG .. Ril·li.y ComeaH and J<m)· Atwood. •iDlft'r., wil prov! :le .. n. terta1nmrnt. •Th Cl'rll'r· h n >ul Galleries to unveil works by contemporary artists By DAN PUCill l'h~M"ni..,..Vo1~ Local an 51alltr1e1 in th .. Montr<lff and Rlvf'I' Oaka are .. will prnenta m&Jorn...,. ..,n•ofCC>ntrmporary anworhmdifferentmed1urn1be- 1JU1nin& thia Saturday Memben of lhe Houatot:i Art l>..alera AMOC.lia­t1tm 1 llADA • are ta kine lhe oora aion of thrir el .. venlh anmYenary uh1bit11klunvf'ilthfworkofartilltll not awn befon in H<-ton. lntrodurtiona'&lwillbeacooper· atinevrntbyallthemembet1ra). lerirtt<>offer .. man)-kmdaofn"" workaaapoM1bLe.accon1inel<.lliet· ty Moody, HAUA PrnWlf'nt_ ALI of thee:ii:hib1t.11willoprnJuly88'1U:OO 11P'l.forafrMda.y-kinaoprnhou11e andwillbefollowedbyanAru.ca' R~tioninthtevenin51 S.:ulptun1willbefeatu~atthe Altrnnann &: Mom. Gallery (J.161 Wrtt Alabama), Uavia.i McClain Gallery (2ti:l7 Colqu1tU, Hooh-EP' 1teinGallerirtH1210 1':aat><1de)and KauffmanGalleriMt27U2We11tAla bama) Cont.empurarypaintm511willbea major focu1 at the Altermann A. Morrie Gallery, Archwa.y Galltry The most intensely-read publication in Montrose­every Friday The Montrose Voice <2600 Mont1 Kauft 11.n Gal , u, Mtre(. ... Lona & C . .--\Y ~San Fehpe), Jacli. Maier Gal· lery <Z..110 Biaonnet•. ~foody Gal «Y (2815 Colquitt~ )'\e,.· Galler)' ;2639 Colquitt). Parkenon Ga.lllf!l'y 12620 Wnlheimer) and Judy Yo ... n1Galll'ey 12631 Colqui111. The A~hway Gallny and Robin· - GaDeriea t:ttJJ Wa.thrim• 1171 Wiii 1potlight .,·atercolon- Tha Bl'nteler·Morgan Gau ... a 1"41001) Mootrme) will cconcent.n.t.e exdu· •iveb' on photosraPhy. S....·eraloftheaalln-ie11will11how leaa conventional art The H11J1V; Gall•y(llOOBi.omnet)labelatha exhibit .. cP?amiai.el ..... ·11lpt11~ and inu:ed media. The M~~unrey Gall•Y •J.">Ol:I Lake) liatll the worb a>i aaaembiage. and worka on pa· pei:: Them011tinterntingoould be therollectionattheWA Graham Gallery 11431 Wa.t Alab.amal whieh1imply1ayx"lt'1axurpri11t. Comeand1ttit" atun w ava1 ib nCET1 .... , ... r thf' ,....,,k. l'art o h .. P ~fromartNltllwillbeu 'lit• 1ponaor ..d.11.(·ational l)'lllpol m exploril'ltt and ,_in& the ti.IJ\lhipllwnon,-artiata.andf'll m-andcolll'd.Or.11. ThaArtiatl'~tiunwill ¥ida an <1pponwaity IO visit in diKV•Ki tt«11in1 uw ... · or nepien'inp;arucuJ.ar; lhervce,... llonYl'LllbehddSaturdayfl'l.•J:nS:OO tu800p.rn.attlwl'lubl'rotn•,·:JOO Hu-kl (SIO 1rrneral admillli n :t­cludes btoer. wine and li&ht h ... d'Oftlvl"f&I. A ,·aahbar,.·ilibeavai •· blealac•i'~fromth"re<'f'Ptin willbrnl'littheArti.H)l"U& 'H<•u• l<>n and Fot<fl'llL Thoma. Hordm1{1 "Grater a1td P1tdf'r." l985Hxl0' 'pmlw/e platm1<111 pho­Wgraph f"Pmograph·- COl<rlny 8Pnlf'ler M' rflo1t (; 'If'• fa1chofthegallerirtnpect1a larlfe turnout Saturday and will ket'p the e:ii:hibiu on display fur aboutfourweeka.offn-mgeachof the pi... fornle. De..cr1Jt1vt"lhe r ieiatheelrventhyearofroordi nated uh1hila by member. of the HAI>A to promolf' lhe v1.1ual arts. lntere•t in th~ 1den ofuainath1 n· nual•ummt'rt~·t'ntaaano1•port1 ~i· tyl<.lmtruduC'f'1<rt1t1t111runn:ngMJ hilfh th1t1t plan~ an• underwa~· al· l'l.'ady to '~•ntmu•tht>p11Klice e:ii:t yell.[ Additional infonrmtion 18 availahlr from /lAllA Admini"tra· t• lltnnaTe • ·i-:"•" AFH takes ownership of apartments By SHERI COHE?\ DARBONNE Th~ MullC...... \"aim In •piteof a lut-ditch effort by .ume nei1hbol' in1 ret11dent1topreventtheu.leoftwoaP8rt ment buildinp on ?\orfolk !:'tret-t to Aiils t'ou.ndation Hou11ton. the foundation &Mumed ownenhip or the complex• aa acheduled t>D Thuraday. June 29 Although the cloaing waa onginally ..,t for :l:OO p.m .. the tran1action wu dela)·ed until \auThuraday afternoon becau11eofarequl"St for a re11training order. filed by a neif(hh!:ir identified 1111 Mrs. Loui• Stranahan in Judge Felix Salazar'• 157th Di&t. Court thuame day. ·we wtre notified (of the court action) "'' and we11t 8C'urrying down for (a hl"11nn11 ac ...,,.....,.. atl !::JO," •aid John Paul BamH h, AFH board chamnan A previoaa reetraint requl'llt by the hum ... ownf'!'ll' sroup had re.ulted in a dttia1on by Judlfl' Louia Ml>!•rttodelay action on the mat· ter until a hearing~heduled for July 10. Al'H attorney• then moved to remove the caa.e to fflieraloourt Tht hl>1Df'l•wner• pleading" had HiiE11ted. m part, that occupatinn of the apartment.II by ~ople with AIDS would be an "undedication'' of a netl(hborinlf park. •ince other reeidenll 1uppo11f'Cily would not wish lQ eh are the public pru1wrty with PWA•. Inflamed at the implica· t11>n11, Harni(·h had told N."porter1 that "people 1ntr< ing !riv• • aw•wts 1uf'Ci' Bami...h aaU t'nJay hew .. nat 1ul'Jl""'wd tht' requ•t W'U danied. but 11dded that f' ·would not be au111riaed to hear !the lfl'OUP claun) that we wen- •neaky 11bout th.- :>11· ina. whit-h 1• 1u11t ndku1)u11. ·1 want to makf' itclt'nr that thett were no or· den prohiblllnlf ua from cloennic:· ht' id. While theobjeel<.lrs hav .. n<e1\·Pd oo~ei era· bla puhhcity 11inct appearing m man ata cit~ cciundl meetma un June 14 to prNut thl' cit~ ordinance approvmlf tht' •alt. othen with homea and bu"int'Slll'<I on Norfolk hilVl' ex prNl!ed their •upport, Hamirh aaid Our classifieds are growing. To advertise your service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. mil• from Montroae and can be reached easily by 51oini north on Main Stl'l. to Paachall St and turning _n Volunteers needed for dementia study \', "Q...dforaBaylor ~rM"' tudytodt'ter mine the euectiven- of AZT m P"'~·enting th• la. of thought pnxf'&Scs in Hl\'·infected mdivid· uala. Baylor official• announced lutweek. The atudy, funded by Borrou1h• Wt-lkome. manufacturer. of Rrtrovir tmore commonly known aa AZTI. will determine ifthedn11 i&UMt•ful in preventing the l0taof m .. mory,abihtytoreaaonandoth l'r d1•mentia-related problem11 in people who have rontracted the human immunodeficieney vi ru• hut do not yet ha~·e 11ymptom1of AllJS_ Researcher. hope the 91udy will show that AZT ii effective in ~•ting tha mild viral enotphali tis hnflammt1tion of the br111n) wh1eh cause1 A IDS related t••mentia and 1n preventing ill progreuion. AIUS·related :lementia often reault11 in Jou or ab Jity to remember and. eventual P tential \·olu.nu-enwill be pri vatt-ly Kreened and all informa ti.on will remam oonfidenual. All participantll ,..ill receive a neurcr )Og\cal uamination Volunteers ln tht' Mtudy mu11t be w ~ling to take part without know inf( whether they are reeeivm1 mt'dicationoraplatt>bo HIV-infected individual• be­tween the agea of 18·50whoarenot diagnoiwd 1111 having AIUS. but who have been experiencing pro~ ltm11 with thinkini or memory. arT enoouraged toeall the Department of p .. yehiatl)' and Behavioral Sci· encn at 7!:11'·7~29 between 9:00 a.m. and !5>:00 p.m. Monday through Frida)' ~ Human Rights Campaign Fund reorganizes structure ,3ln ~emorll <Of... WABHlN()T()N 1, fl ,_ 1"1.t W&olilllgL< n lllJUl\oa.r RlghU!Cam~1'1..ild._ i.r..., byt:ngisupect.edtomci-u~• natlOllal Pol.ttlcal orpn!aUon rep. Al08 and P.Y-rela.t.ed bila are ln ~W\Cthe03andl81b!alloom· ~lnCo~wcb.utbl muruty, has 0han4lld It.a aructurw Amilt1cana With Dlaatr111t1ee Ms. and rrom prunaruy an lnr»pendmt pol&- w Hate CMmee Sl&UaUcl Act. IOal .CUOnoommlttee (PAC) to •na- eon.mi.nt lloblltut10n. HRCP Uonal, l\ill-91MD1 leltl1&n &nd ..., neld Dlv18ion'• 8~ ....ucram advooacy~ and PAl; a&mpa.!.gJl.hugrownpbenommallJ'. Thi reorp.niz&Uon.oomln( on U. Last year, the dMslon l:lalped gem: heel.a o!thehJelork :ilOU!.&!UllYwM Me between 40.000&nd60,000mee-ry of\he 8torwwalJ Nbellll;ln, Wlll eJ .,.. to Cori.ire- on P.Y/lmbW\ low HRCF to P:pand 11.8 lobby\1"4, eel r.nd AlD&relr.t.ed IMues. compued ucauon.~mobUiatlona.nd to 400-600 the prev!OU8 yaro Th18 ldYoc.cy procr-m- wliile conunu- yw.r, the neld Dlvtmon ~ :o lnflts~MPACoont.rlbuUONI Mnd m&n,y thoua&nda more Mall· "'W'henHRCFWNfoundtdUlll180, gni.ms. ti. .ale P\II"JX*I wu to oontrlbu!AI ·PAC Cont.11b..luona. Durtng the money to oandia&tel ruruung ror last elect!On cyCle, HRC1" g&ve • .: ~.Womerl1C&m.­,~--- 1TaClub.A.me:McNll to · Democ1'aUc ACUon and PMoePAC We 11.N now a tuU-•rnoe. broiad­ba- i and muJU-tuneuonal poltuoal. advomcy oraaruzwmi. in ~'3' and on papw.' -1d Tim Mc1Mley. new~ a;-;:cinted HRCPaeoutmi d1reetor '"l'bi. aPNWon hu mm OOQ.1rr1nC overtheyears.butnowthe~ ti.:... .J '.4p?"OClll881aOOmplM.e.-at'lln a pci81Uoo to pf'OVlde ~18N1oe '° the lll9b1an and P,Y OOmmun1t;y and max1m1ae our polluo.J. clout. HHCF otnclaa 91.14 the ooan,e :iomee u a rwpoll8' to the unpreo.­dmt «!. poll!JO&l growth of the p.y -llU moveniant and HRCJI"• bur­llOJUng polltJoal procrame The re­lt. ruOC.UMJ1', approved by HRCJI"• bo&rdofdlrectoneulterthlayear, be<XI etr~1veimmed1at.ezy -AIDll summit Congreu~ 8'.U1 Vto B&aile. OU\COing OVflr l400,000 to L 11 Repub.llC&n HRCFexecuuvec!lrector"Inathort and Democrauc oandldatea and to &mount or Lime -\re eetal)llahed other p~ve PAC&. 'I?1aL repre. ouree.ive11ua~pla,yer1nWaah· .ants a 60 peroent In 1n4t0n"11n11uenua1 PAC CXJIJUllwut,y e~ over the prevtoua Ballonal Gay Communlly •otH ·Now. t.hl next logical 1tep ~to elect1on cycle L&st broadenHRCP'abMeotp:iwer-tobe Ma.rch. the Federal !lee. -nand~~onJyatel.eictto tlon• Commta11on Una. but betw91m them wben la,... J.nlled. HRCF the runt.h .re mact.ed.:' a1c1 Bulle l&f'988t 1Dd9pelll)snt PAC Undin' th9 r:.ew stru::ture, nacr and the "3rd l&rfellt Wlllbeoomla"80lc-4"lobb)'inl~ 7"ITllllPAC .n.r/more ~ o~ The 0rgmi Uian 4.000,. DP government med1cal ." ,'IW,IB. a,nd_ IMde. n..l .o.f t.I)" will JOln oommunu;y ba-iAIDBp~and peopl9 W1th AlDB t.o plan 1.hedl.tec(Jon of future re­m& l'ab. and dirlelop a na. zat.lon. M.llJ .i.Ied UW Hw:nan R1Cht.9 Board. 8t&1!" and tJud88L. Hl'CP C&m.ps.icn f\u:w1 w1lJ b&119duee-pr.y nowhua.25-mmnbsrboard~clireo lnC mlmber. wbo w1lJ elect mem .:on and 17 ftJll-Ume llt&tf mmnbers. benofthetio.niofd1ndor..lnaddi- Add1UoNJ. 8ta!f la J)!'QJeCt.ed. IO k8ep uon. HRCP rmmbeNC9.ll p&!Ulpa.te pace: W11h apand.1ng progr&me. F<- on vviou. oommttteee. exampJe. HRCP reomt.J,y announoed TbeHl'ICJ'PACwillbe'-<Xl.nnecr..! ~=== ===~lid- ~l.3tnillie>lllnl967tol.8mll· ~-to-df,yopert,t!ONlofHRCPw1.lJ ~~~npeot.edtobe noc. ap~ d!O"erent.1be HRCJI' PAC -M9dla. Last ye&l', HRCP ~a w1ll oonunue to gtVe lDcreu1ril t..ill-uma statr oomnn.1J110.uons cl!­amounts or money t.o pro-gay oandl· rector to enhanoe coverage of p.y ~ for u.s eonv- tn addl.uon, and leebl&n ls8UM &nd HRCF 1r1 both the Trlanile lnat.JlOJl.8-the eduaL- them&l.rultreamandp.yp~-Asa Uon&nd.~at!lltat.eo!HRCF- resul.l,m«,lor&rUcleeonthePACand will rema1n&tl01 C-3t.ax-.xemptor- the growing poliuca.l power o! I.he far\1Z.at10n le8bl&n&nd.p.yconunurutyhawap. HP.cY1n9WaructureWll.lhelpthe J)ll&l"lld.lnnat10nw1demed1a. oonUnl.llld Pi-nak>n 1n a~ 1 -Coalltlon-bullding HRC7 has HP.cP Protrama. lncluc!1nC 1pear~ the formauonota pow l.obbyulf;. Last~ lobb:ftn« erflJJ. ooalltlOn of p~...._ oompr181d a m1Jor port1ont1HHCY1 PACa 1n WliBlllngt(w. 1Dci.udlng the aci.MU• HRCP haa CW'o ft.ill.~"""lll Hat.Iona! Abor-Uon RJ4llU ~ at.air ))'1' U and l:'llt&l.NI P= ~ N.U. nal COmnuttee f":"!' an ~rietworkotorcaru utl :lllll '° oondu:lC. oomnnmu;y bued. cl1ruoal t.rlale t1 Pl"OmlalJJ.C <1n1'9 to u...tAIDB&ndHIV·relaledailme:ntb Dz AJl.UM:m,J Jl'auc1 ol the NatJonal lnst..ltuf.8 o! Alle:rcy and InfelU:lu8 ~Dr8amuel.Bl"CXS8Joofthe lllatfonal Cancer INllltut.e; Or. Burt.on tse.~dlln.tQeor11i98uah'1perwm. al ptiymc!&n and AIDB MM8or; and DrMathlldllKrUn.foundlilCoo-chalr :ttbeA.n1111oanl'oundal.lonforAID6 "-:'ch(A.mP'AR).aretoapJ:*.rat .. keynote dlnneJ' Frt~. Jub' 7. along w1tll Dr Jomph Sonnabend. an 1nternat1onally reepected miCf'Ob!Oloi!Bt aru:I OO-rounder of Commurut,y ~ lnluat.Jve,and Dr Donald Abrvna. an AlDB ~ ~and. onoo.loglst who clWnl ·ha Councy- Comrnunlt,y Consoruwn l~oonfl:renoe.whlchtak.leplaoe J ..11y 7-9 Ill NllW York C11;y. 18 epon· aored.bya\l.bued.1nNewYorkClt,y. &Dd CCC. ba-i 1n a.ii. P'randaOO. CRI and 4 :CC are the two bMt known oom­= ity-ba-i :-g.aniZ&Uone now :miductlngA.lDBdnigtJ1ala "The recent approval Jt PlllU&mld1ne,wblchwu~1r1 t.rlale run by CRI ancl OX.1Uultn.te9 the value of oommwuty·bued. AIOO clruCtnala.w -.id.lflch.ael Callen,OO­fCll, l,Ilder of CR! Pem&mlc!lne. the ft.r8t clruC llWlr t.o wtn FDA approval baaed. on oommwuty-~ c.LlniOIJ. lrla1I. la .. hlChlY eirecuv. treatment for Pneumocy8tle carlnll pneumonia, tile !er.ding ~ of death among PWA8 "'This oonterenoe wtll. - hope. lead t.o an expanded numbtrotoom· munity-baaed. trial•." lll<plalned. Dr Ab!Wllll. ··w:ore t.rlale will lead to f.aatl!r approvalofmoredrupto help people wtth Alai tight mon ofthe alJJnenUI &B80C1&t.ed. wit.h the dJa. -· AmFAR and NIAID are\lllderwrtt-lnC the uu.-day oonfllrenos, along wtthesvenl~r~uoal oompanlee_ AmFAR reoentJ.y made ltarf..upgr&n!BtoOOm.murut,y--bued tr:lal g?oupe 1n 14 cl.UM. lnOlud.1nC theKontroaeClink:lnHCUBton PanJd.panUllnthe<XJnferenoewill at.tend. WDrk.sbope.. lec:turMa.nd pan el~ne0CIY9rtniwchtop101 u Jaws and re(U.Latlon8 llCIV8l'lUllC allnDJ.trlala.laBl.afor~ and~ nllt9lle. FDA- ipU­anoe, delnographlc and ecJUc.l on­oerne and 1-nlh Pf' ~ -Demeo friendly Reoent elecuone oflltl'Ongly p~ J\epJWentaUvea to leadership IX*· tJoll8 In tile 0.-8. COngreM .,... be1JlC h&l.lad by the Human right.a Cain· pa1gn P'llnd. u lmpon.ant p1..n11 fbr the le8b1an a.nd p.y oommunu,y and. tbef14ll!.a,ga1.nstAIDB HJICF polltlOal 8U'&teglaUI pra18ed the elect.Ion on June 22 of eonir-­man Vlc Paz1o to VW&<:halr oft.he Democrauc Parcy cauaue. and the election the~ before of Steny HoyeruCllucuschalr. BoU\arelong tJme supportare of gay-related. leg!e­l& U= "The appolnt.ments of ~ and lioy9t',alongwttheullereleotJon11of CoDgreeamen Rlcharo Gephardt.. 'lbmFoleyandB1llGrt,y.w:ll.lg1Vethe P,Y and lllltlian movement a OOllllld enbzy fay -.ble po91t' '11 1n the JOlst and d.iture Coner-." -.Id ~ Mcl'eeley.HRC1'aeeuuv.d!reo- New HOU8e leedeNhlp memb9r9 andthelr t900l'dllare Sten.yHoyer.OO-.pon80l'oft.be1-­b1& n and~CIV1l Rlgtlt8 BUl,MrVM on the ApproprtaUOne COm.mlu.ee and.on thesubooaun1U-fOrHM.lth and Human.Berno.& and theDistMct of Ooh,IJilbl.a. He hu been lll8tNmel"I WinUU:~lnfflilderal11.mdln4for AIDB Prccratnl and In end1ng IOV­errunent OlllllOrahtp of A.IDB educa­uon Hoyer lbught the Armstrong amendment, authored by anU·P,Y Ben. Wlllwn. Ann8t.ron.( (R-Ol), thattrted.tochang41theD.CGa.yand LNblanCtvil RlghUI law hrh.ape Hoyer'• moet. lnlpoM&nt role.however. wu 1n the lOOt.hCon· ci- u ch&1r ot the Whlp'a 'l'aslt PoroeonAIDB. TiiaTultPoroeCJ'Mt.. ed.thetloor1ttatagythatp&.&Md.the federa!AIDBPollqyAlJt.ofl968.ttaal· Jy defeaunC llWlry hostile amend ment lnthepl"QOaM. t.&tweekHoyerb9:lamlthenft" prtmelpol'WOroftheAmerloanll WlthDl8abtlu.teeA.ct.~fDr­rmrrep~ t&Uve'J'onyOoelho. lbe Act would ban dl8crun1naUc>n IC&1llllt people wUJl 41aablULIN. 1n cluc21.ni AIDB &lid HIV. 1n the worlr. pl.M»andlnoUWll"publlcandprtvata eKll.Orl. HQY9r ra;ielved. more than 16,300 from HHCY• po11Ucal Act.loo Oonuruu.ee t PAC) clurlnC the last el8111ancycla Vic F&z.to lD-c:A,1.anotheroo-epon­sor of the l..-b1an and Oa.y Clv1l RICht.SB1ll.&190..,-vesontheAppro­priatlon8 Committee. where he h.a6 adVoo&tacl 1nCl'9Ued. AIDB l\.l.ndJ.ng :ivvtbe)'9&l'IJ.Hewa.aoneoftheft.rst memben o! eone;reee to oaU atten­tJon to theneedforgreaterfederal ~ IPOnM to the AIDB CT1818. hz1o ~ 081ved."3.500tn HRCFPACCXJnt.rlbu· tJonelntheputelec:t10ncycle. Dk:k Gephardt (D-1.10), ffililOMt,y lellder. took Profi'eMMI pl»!Uone on AIDB laBl.a u a prwldll!nU&l candl. dale In l 988and haaa pl"O-f9.Y voUn( reoonl.. HRCP crecll.~ him wtt.h WOl'kinC behind the .,._ to help OOJJdl.hehupH01.198WppOrt - William " Bill" Martineau Apn. 12. 1940-June25. 1989 81irs sodden d&1th Sunday. June 25. 1989 left all whoknewh1m1n1 state of shock that 11 only now begin­ning to clear lnh1s49yeare.B1llwasahuaband. e lather. a IOYer and 1 fnend H11 earihly eccomploshments were man­y, b1..ltnonegreaterthanh1a1b1htyto reach out and give to enolher 1n -8111 hyed Irle to the fullest and each of us have photogr1pha ol Boll moor monds. Momentary glimpses or , man and eu th al he was_ ThOM men­tal photographs are the most dear lo each of us They shOuld be held tight All who knew h•m has· Btll 1tor1n· to tell They should be told--th.lred with his many friends 1nd lam1ly who wtll 1n turn share their own tales to the man called 81!1 Martmeau He woo Id not want us to mourn. ralherlo rally on a cheering aectoon to cele­brate The Montrose Voice 'Y'JN'EX,l• - :~ f•),lY, ,Y/t .... Pub~~~:~days '1:omm11nily }.111bli1~ing<Comp1rny Gays in China feel isolated, alone 408 Avoridale Hooston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Con•-i:opynghlf911 OU1ce hours: 9am-6pm ...,,_yMd;:lufg .. - ~C.....Ol<r-- ~~~WOl"Kr\ER Accordin({ to l"t'Clelll lf'tten from 66 aay men in thl- i'ec1pl1•a Rlf'public of China. many Chine-al' gay11 fear that they a!"'I' tht- only p "110 1 in the world whc hu hom:>M"x1al feelings. S<:holar11 11n1dyzin11 1h1· letters eay the •Jtuatwn prohahly p11ral leh1thatofthl-Wt"11t50orlUOyt-11rs ago The lettt-ni w1•re writU-n aft1•r University uf California at Berkely e<·holar (lnn1r-fu Ruan pobli1hed an artiC'le titled. ··Hv­moatxuality: An Vm1oh·ed Puz· zle;' in a widely circ:ulated health magazine tn {'hina. '"To Your Good Health· The artkle 1tated that homo.ex uality exilltl in all nahotu, .ocial 1trat.a,andhi1toric.alpt-rioda,and pointed out that homo.exual1 have b.tn 1everely puni11hed and per8«Uted in certain time. and placea. Ruan further editoriahud that ht•m08exua11111hould no• be ~ cut«! for failing toreprod1 ce, that hom08exual1' prublem11 ahoula not be ignQred; that hom08exuai. are no different from heterosex_ al1 in intelligence, physical c:rt"lt· th·ity. etc.; and that homo11t•xual• can maintain 1tablt' livt11 and n latiunshiμ9. l'he art1de W8H reprinh..-1 in China"1''l-h•ader'eDiget1t""andul hmately ret1olted in the two publi c:ation1receivingtht'.'i6 letk'r•. Arcording to Roan. who analyted the letten< in tht- Ar l'hivl'9 of Sexual Behavior \Vol. 17, 1'12>, thewriteM1wen•diveniein a({e,vocatiDnandgeugraphy,and uniformly expr..-..ed "'the pain and mt'nt.al anwuillh they euffer from beinf unable to openly and t'f{ally 9E'E'k humoeexual p rt­ners."" 1-"ifteen ofihewriter.men­foned 11Ui<"ideattempta Whatfollow1are1electedquota-tionarrom lheOl6 lt-tte:ni: Hua'• (a pen namt') anide on homo9exuality pro\·ides me wtlh 1 lg ofreliefneverbe­lTe e:1.perienced in my life. ltal.110 JrlV me hope ahout my lift and my future. ·1 am ncot ink'rlllted in the fe­malt-•• xata!Lldonutevenwant tu havt' any phy8ical rontact with them. lluwt·vt-r. among the men th1tlt-rwount..-rt'd1nmt-wouldoc· c:opy my body and 1nuL I am par Lkul11rly intert'ffted in one of them and my Ion· for him iebeyondde­ac: riptu>n." The pain that hom01exual1 1uff1•r lies not in homOlll-XUality bot in their inability to find suita hie lovt'l"ll. All homo11exual1 IOl'k their frelinp in their hearL They are "" afraid of being dl>l«)vered thal it makee it impunible to live theirllfe! When you are young you tan· not fall in )ovt- and when you are lid you will be alc>ne. Thinkina of thi11 makt'll the future abeolutely hopeleq: Thell'J'Ntt'llt pain foru .. .ieour 1nabilitytoexprft8ourdeepe11tin nn 10rrow. We have tu hide our feelinp in front of olhen I the~ fore beg you to fulfill my willh by giving me the naml'll and addreM­" of other hom08t'xuala. Thi9 may help me to want to continue my life" ·1 have been married for two year11 and have a child. But I only like mull<'ular. well-built men. I love to see their well-built naked bodiee. The more I see them the more elated I get ... thi.e orgasmic feelin({ wa1 quite dear and wa1 much bt>ttt-r than with my wife." Twenty--0ne of the writer11 a11ked about waye to heal their prob­lem•. according to Roan. ··1ignify­ing that (they) wiahed to be ron· vert.edtoheteroeexualitytol-·n their dilemma" Four lt'tter. mt-ntioned long­term underground etudiee on ho­moeexuality, including one by a 60-year--0ld profeuor at a Bt-ijing university_ The profeuor report· edly ha11 reeearched 18 Chinnt' citie1 and provincm for •veral yean and now find11 that horn• eexuality ii ""on the inITt' par tic erly amonft tnlt ectual1. China-wal<'herw .ay the recent cradiduwn on di_.nl make. it un likely that a mo!"'l'cvmprehen11ive g\anc-e at China"• Kay population will emerKe in the near lutul"'I'. Ac:­oording to the SparUtc:oe mterna­tionAI aay guidl', "thl'!"f"hasbt>en no M"llY e.:c·nt' in China 'ince the rl.'volution (andigaybehaviorlill) re1t11rded WI a sign of decadence and can be otled le({ally against you a11 provokin({ a puhlil' ecan dal The1tuidtnont-thelt-e1advi8ell toorllolll lookinK tomfftgay men to rroiee the toill'tl on the right 1idt of the tribunes in Tiannanmen Squart' and the Jin Jian around the lakeintheold Im perial City Cnaiayapotliareli9tedforatver­al other ("hineaecities, including extent1ivelial.inpfortheportcity o!Shani;chai Accnrding to ChineH Criminal Law 100, .. .OOomy" ia ··revoltln({ behavior" .,,·hkh "should ht- ub­jected to 1rreetandM>nterH s..,,.f .. k __ R1C...-=._":,.Brsy ~"'C=~' ,lOVE1iTIS1"':'131~~\l~."'°'RTMEllll -ryMulhoW.t>di---.,, O•lw«IC"-1"""'_ .. __ ..... .. ~-·- Pce'"'"suJI ___ _...,._1,.- , .. - .. --. n n~ ,,_,,,,_,_,nOS11»Voocec-0tOS :+::£;::;;;; ::::.-=..- ..... -. .. , _"' _____ I .~..~,._a .. y_:..- --:1 ____ __ ... _ -·- --·- Foundation grants $8,000 to clinic 13ETTER LAUJTIS & yARDEilS The tru11'"- of the Ho• ton Fomd1 l.lunhavegranted~.OOOtolheM• trot1e Clinic to •upport the chnir'• Pentsmidine Mi11t and Immune Sy1· tern Evaluation pn.>grama, two ~ital HIV1AIDS program!! ofrerl.'d by the Montroee-Chnir Under the tt-rms of the i;crant. $5,600 haa be-en dedic-11.ted to Pentamidme Mi.et treatment.I. ·Tti11 willallowu1toprovidefivem..dic:al ly indigent PWA>1 with pentam1d1ne treatment.I for one full year at no charge to the patient:' •aid Ralph L ... her. the dinic:"1 uKUtive dire<: toi: ··To date we have raiffd $fi0,000 forthi.11programandaretrt'aling _.., pat1t'nta."' Uuher laid Tha Montrose Clinic hu a f{Olli o{ SH!0,000 to be able to providt> lreat mentfo 100patienuforooeye8J',he P roductions 709 Studewood Houlton.Te.• 17007 8 61-9303 11.dded Tht- rrmainmJr S<'.400 pn>vided by tht>jCrant1•dt'dkatt>dtopruviding immune 11y11u_.m evalostiuns at no th11.ritetop11l11'ntlinnl'edofthi• ... l"\lil't'buth11·kmgthefondiitopay for it "Thi11munl'ywillenable1111to provid1•:l4 ll!Vpc>11itivepe<>plew1th an immone11y11l1'mevaluetionover th~ next year "'lthnut charj:e; La8ht'1'1tated The Immune Symlt'll\ Evaluation om-red by th.-clim<· ila.erie1uf tesll. indudmKT-4 cellroontlland other letlt.11, d111i111ed 10 rate the 111..&tu of an Ill\." llt'roix-ilive P"' mon'• immune 11y11tt'D1 Thia tt'tlt bat t.l'ry, which uually mat.I $100. i• 11tronKIY n'COmmf'llded b~· the dmi for anyont1 ia HI\." P<1 1ve. L ~her Nid Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape - Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estima tes Best P rices s2a .. LAUJn **************************** ! PRIVATE ! : TELEPHONE ! ! SERVICE? ! It N< Oepl)i.ot. Ne Cr~.' Ct• ~k No Phone Equ•pment rec;. med Pen 11 It It ,,.,, . .,,,,,.,, Numbet A:., w •od It It Tel•phoneServ•-~ '~:."1 It ! Recc•ve Me.~~:~4 It ~ Hour•. 7 Days Jt : Cail 621-2822 : * Page Me!, in c. * !* $..2.. ,1,,, , per month •! : pt .;•:·~Ip >. : **************************• Students receive scholarships from Art Fest Three lbl Ul &hool tbl' F --- VI-­Arte w1.l.I. be~nd!.ngsum.nermu­SIC and dance prcJCl'Unl through 8Cholar8h1pe aw!U'dedbyt.he W.n. beuner Colona A9odaUon Pro­~ from the 1prln4 W-.?le1mr Colony Aft h8tlVal .,.. belnf Ul«1 todlltra,ythemoret.hanll0lf)001n acholarship& provtOed to llth· grade students Abel DavU&. Jona than Dulle. and Jlmn\Y Lent.- Aleo for the OOming y.r. HBPI/ A graduate Oorp J. O&rZ& will be re­oelv11l( llchola.Nlh1p funda l'rom the popularartfest.lval tooonunuehllll operatic voice stuey" I!. the ramed JuWlard School of Ml.WC In New Yorlr.C1tyAdi11ttONJ~ dthe spnng ~val are tobean.­nounoodooon Davila w1.l.I. utend I• .m at u, lntern.w..a...,;y k)-,.Jw •• lt:~l • ......lll8D MUSIC Camp .n MlC?U4an last. yee.r. Tb8 three 1Cholar8h1p 1'8Clpl­enta were &elected on the baa18 of a:oapt.tonal worlt both tn the1J' In· dlvk1ual Qelda and In other ( ac. dimUc) ~- Plan1Bt Jlmmy Lenthu81rvedaamllll1calcl1rel> tar and ooordinator of HSPVAB proouat1on of "Utt.le Shop of Hor­t:' Ol'll" and aerves as In-hou8e ac· oomp&nistfortheechool'emus!Oal progr&.ma; has won ftrst p1-oe In t.heUn1veraltyofH0\18ton'ePorum MUBIC'l'll&chersAs8oci&tJonFast.1- val and waaaaemH1nal18t tn the nixu MUSIC 'l811chers' .NBoda­uon ·eyoung pi&n1stBoompeutlon; he oan1111a3.96gradepointaver­"' 9and18adoubl.elDlijorinmath, !DUdmoN o:iueg. in fiaruotA. New York, Duke and lent wW be 1tudy1n1 &• Ta.nglewood lilllU_:.e dBo&ton On!vveUiYin """""·"- Moniroae ••IChbor­hoo4 Bveni1 • ...., rau •• .....iew-.u. Art 1'19tlv&.1 i8aet!or8&turdm,yand Sunday.~ 21 and 22 -LGJlllo Butille Day TM Lellbl&n/O&y Righta I.dlby w11.1 ho8t a "'BuUlle Dt,y 1'un' R&18er"atll.JBeow1.ai.t.8tatJon. 1117 lLlMow1StreetonJuly12 MUSlO and ental"t&lnlMnt wtll be- 11I1at730 prn The theme of the oelebr&Uon wW be the P'rench RevolutJ.on, t.ra.­dJ. UOnally oelebrated. on BaaUlle Dt,y.aooordingto Pat.Ganey. LORL Rep~ntaUVe wtt.h the Houston Oa,y and Leablan PoHuoal Caucua. nu. year 18 the 200t.h aruuverea­ry of the French hollda,y In uep­tns wtth the theme, ~Ma.Me Antoi­nette'' W1ll be on hand t.o 11erve oalre.~~ TM purpoM of the OIW>rauon W to n.ise tundl fr; Ho~ n'• share of lPJ)C'T"I !c the Oy, a.,,ey...,_ Activists blast paper for homo phobic expose Hy CLIFF O'NEILL WASHISGTON-ln a front page 1tory with two-inch-high heed in-. The Wfl.l!hington T1mea on June 29 r .. vealf'd lhe namee of 11irne Whitt HouM offidal1 a11 ch· enc... of a hom<>ll".xualeacortlff\' DI u part vf an independent in Vf>iti.M:ation, incurring eharp c:riti· c111m from national gay and !obi· Annette wuaon. adenoeand Engl1ah. .rona­t. h&n Duke, who plane t.o attend a m\JBScal OOn8ef' vatory followtng graduauon. won tlrst place for the past two yMJ"l in the Nauonal AiJ. aoclauon ar 'l'Mcblll'8 l1a'1n« oontest and h&a -Women'• concert H8&1'tSon«.theH<>l.9tOnWommn'e Commun1t;y ~ru&, W1ll J)J'8lllmt. tta ll80CIDd annual solo oonoert. ·ei.aunc Harmon,y'." at 7:30 p.m. S&turda,y. Ju1.Y UI 1n Hamman HalJ on the Rloe Oruveratt,y campus Pare 'lit Party Jw.u ROR• Dxm an" .'11.li, 11;tf woth ~ ~ hu1 -J~ lrwruh an l(l'OUP' who fhar&M the paper prtnclp&l or HSPVA. t.hanka1t.he~-Cb.ey As8ool&Uon tlP ua conunl.lt!d sup portto!K.UClentatnthe.cbooJ."tdra­IM, art and mime dll~ "We areao pleuaS\hat".heAasocl.· auon .. CIU1'1tudient.1ul'UluN art1Stli and musld&M &n4 t&ltU t.heUznetoauditiontJlllMt.&lent.ed yowigst.ertfort.heir.nnualllChol· &rBhip preeent&Uon:· !She ea1d reoe1V9d 1lrst plaoe hon­) N Ul the Solo and ltnaemble clM· lilOn9 ~t.heUntvmm;yof'IUaeln· terach :llast1o Leagul. He carries a 4., OPA and alao at.tend8 Qanoe .. ._1ntap.AbelDa.v1lahasp&r­t1Clpat. ed.1n many be.llet programs and reoelV9d a scholarship from the Margo Marshall Bal.J.et0omJ)6- n,y. 18 a put recipient of the Best .A£oor> award trom the BillngUal 'I'heater of Houston. and appee.red In HBPVAS productJon of "Bro&d.· W"f CllllMll Up~ The 3.5 GPA stu­dent would Uke to oontinue h18 bal· let \.1"a1Il1n4wtt.h ell.her the Boston Ball8'Compacy )rt.he.JoftnlyBal· al tlw \'mlu~.\" Fu:;,tkbtfontlM l l'rid<t \\tt.liPU"Glh with anti-gay «'pon.in1. Over the j)&9\ !ow- yea.re, two gnwtuaunc 981\lOl'll were &.w&n»d '6,IX>O IChol&rahl.pe Meh to OOn· unue thCr 9tUl21eB 1n m1»1o and a.rt. while two stu:klnu NOetved. grants to attend & .ummei- ~ L&at. yw.r, He&rtaonc r;.rformed. to a oe.J)IC1t;y Ol'()Wd at tlwt1r nrst annual oonoert. The 46 women In the group are under the d1rect.1on o!J.vnneWeynancl Thechol'Wlhas ap~atoorrununicyeventaand benetl.ta performlnl 90ng& that are .'1.1_t'e ,.a.n.d. .w omen-aftlrmlng'' !or Hee.rt.Son4'1pla.ne!orthef&l.lln· elude tre.vellli'l4 to Kanau Cl.cy for a !MUval of women'• ohon.1888 Prooeedl from ~er.un.t: Hanno- J1mmyl.tnl kft,11<". l•hu1c '"~hipfnmGayltMwUtr, l\-',.•thtimer("°"nyArlFr1/11Gidirttt1.r.uA~l r>av1t.andJonatha11 /Jt<lttl<ioli n. f'jjtuhf.rlltn. •u11mtrgrc 11i.cor fntrtp-a.af•M•pri"ll ~nrh•Mtt Arr1''••1li1:aJ ey" wtl] support He&rt.Son€• fu_l ~pM.IOntnthlresr.tval Tlcicet'• are 16.50 and are avall&· ble at Luda'I G&rd9rl. 2213 Portsmouth (523·6494); at lnkllngll. 1646 RWhmond (52J 3369). or tram B.I\Y Hee.rt.Sc:in4: membo< -Deadline for Quilt NAllES Prq)ect-Houst.on ha& an· nounoed that. Aug l 1a the deadline foraooept.anOeo!newpa.nelatobe Included. in the 1969na.uonald.1&­pla, yo!theA1DBMemortalQulltln Waahington. D.C. For 1nformalJc=i r.ir help with panel prep&r&tlon, oontact Pete Mart1neZ ea. 86& 9837 -Saferll8JIC AIDS Foundatloil ~ apon- 90ra two workSbope MCh :::.:::..th d.llal.Jn& with -earer Smuallt,y and ~aai-rtofanoucreac." program deldCned to promote greMo8J" health awareneee and a!· er au ti.tlltl in t.he w aommun cy. The workshop program wtl] 1J.. elude cUacueslona on awtudee to­ward lllXUll.lt;y. thl 1'lllkll and op­uona of Bliler au. proper oondom W9llJ' teebnlques, HIV tBSUng an 1 tot&lbealt.ha.nd~ 'Mle workBbops w1l1 be pr.en edonJ"uly 12a.nd..Jllzy3LAl10 d.on.atlofl 18 requested and reeerva­uons libould be made 1n advar.co, aooordln«itoBartI..oeae ,AFHk~­oauonooo....- Informatt0n i8 alaoava1lable re per90D8 lntBrested In hr.i8Unt "home worksbopen !or f'r1end8. '"L1lm up;lated Tupparware pt.:r tie&, U- workshops are an U:· cellmlt. forum fol' YoU and yoW !rlendatodla:lumtb8ee )'Olll'nmturr.'J..oeea;ea1d. 'lb retiBler forthl wortebopao. fc: addluonal in!ormatlon.oontact t.hl eduo&Uon OOOJ'dlnator ea. 623- 67"6 -Parade Party 'Oeleb..a.t.tool '89·-the &.h Annual ~Parl;y''tlliedthe"l/enture-N and tile Far Side w1t.htr1ende and specllJ people lnVltAld by the 45 hoeta tooelebratepr1debeforethe Houston 0e,y and l.Mb!Bn Pride Week Parade- nw prtvatAI partre attendance oount vt.Med from 300 to 1200 t!uJ1ng the evant. where ll*tB wve able to tour the ··aei. brat1on or the MUJ" art show and gather w1th fJ1ande to attend. the !l:()()p.Jn.(.J\mlta!)~-"'­beer: o.Jwrip&gne and m&rgarl.t.a .lb,u.nt_all.la. ,oo.m_pll ment.Ald an ex ~ t.heewr:i.t..p&rt;yhoeta cboee w apan ~ me C81etrl'aUan 1A%t 1fllU" t.o Include Othm' events andeleet.edthe~omc.ere MIU'f;y CasWlo. president.. Barry Blutm'. Yioltpreeidlnt;Cvl Ekman. -t.reuurer;andElroyl'Oltletl,eecre- nw Panda Pa.rl;y.a ncmprollto" gullzatJDnthlt.workatooeletlnte ·:a memtws' pride and me.ke8 c'le.rttabltl ojOfl&Uons, was founded by Toey Pletachner, wb.o p8BMC1 a'"'Y in ApnJ 'lbny alao orga.ntud the annua.I ChrtBtmas Parcy which the Parad&Pa.rl;ywilladopt .mdll'theoneorganJzatJon). Pln'­.:: ina M9d1nS mote WormatJOn abo\r': theorpn1zat1on or member'­lllll~ rna.v ~ Marcy at 621 jJ )6 O'" Elroy at .!124-0409. The MX\ bait neeung wtll be an· """""" Researchers receive grants to study AIDS babies AS·Hmilli nco trni r vedio Juneby&yurl lf1t1 o Mt"d' cine will ht>lp l't'&l'archen under 1tand the hPnrt and lun1 pmhlem1 or babirti bnm infrcted with the AIDS virus. Haylnri1oneohlx ir 1lltution1 "lected io conduct the tix·year 11tudy funded by thf' Heart. I.uni( and Hluod lr111titute or thl' National lnstitui. .. ul Health. Th .. lJni\·l'rtit~· ulT .. 11: .. MedifalSrhoi•latllou•ton.Tt·K .. Childrt>n's llot1pital. thl' Lyndon 8- Johmwn (;t·n1·ral ll 1"pital of the Harri1('ounty llot•pitnl Ui• lrict and H••IT!Ulnn 11,,1mtal wil, 88Jli11tw11hth1·llo 1tonp•o We're working to bring you a real newspaper The Montrose Voice. HIV rnt d m1 fu poa1tih· """' !:...: e.,.ib ,,_ the Ur. Y.:11liam T Shear ~ p. 1t11dy. of pediatriQI et Haylor and he di· l'wo frtal echocardioeram1 wil rector of tlM' 1t-.dy. beperformedduringprl!lt'nancyW ~Ti- will alto~ important monitor tht baby's heart fun< 1tud1e11forcbildrenwhoarenotin· tton. A~r birth. 1tudiea will be fect1ed with the Aiils viru>1, 11nee condu•·ted in the Baylor Clinical wa will be looking at the effl'Ctl KNeanh Center at Texaa Child common viru- havt on lunl( ren's Ho11pital on th•• babies' im munity lrveh,andheartandlung funrtinn "Tht• ]uni( function etudiH will helpu.dt·lt>rmineif11omethinf{a1 t1imple a11 a common cold virue cantriggl'rtheHIVinfectioninto '<>nleadinf{toadclineinpul functu>n A 11-elect numberufbahi•will undt't'i(u cardiac cnthett>rizatiun and heart biopsy in an effort to learniftht>1rhearthBMht>t·ninfect· t"d hy theAl l)Sviru11t>rhase1cc ondnry infN'tiun a. a 11.'Bult of the AIDS Ke nrcht'TI' al u h pe io det.ermint> ... Mt: er HIV· __ !ected b11bir11 have a ltft"ater chan~ of COOMemtaJ heart dit­e! Ule, which 0<:011'11 uring rrna­tal dt\'elopmtonL Thest> types of1tadiee are es­.. •ntial in finding the bellt trt'at· mf'Tlta for HIV-infected children, Shtareraaid. "Thediseueaffocta them in a totally diffen-nt way than it doee adulta. w .. havt'ton membt'l' that these ('hildrt>n an l .t ju11ttin.v adults. A1<11i11tinf{ Shesrer with thl' 1tudy will ht>Dr.Cll.t<llHak.-r, in­fl'ftioudilleaa ·1pecialist;llr.Ar-thur Gar1on. pl•diat. cardic logilt; and I Ir. Tho uu llir t"ialu. .. l.>r.l.arT)·i'icker:ing,pn•ft'MOro' infect1oua dilst>lllll'll and dinkal microbu•lon ai the ll .T. Medical s,·hool. will dirrt't the UT H .. rmann l101pi1alartivitit'8. I lthl'I' ct"ntf!ll taking part in the 11udy nn· Thi· l'relhytt-rifln H•"'P tal l'olumhiu-l'n·~hytl'tian Medi t"al <'l"nter, r-.:t'w York ('1ty; the Mount Sinai M1·dical ("t>ntn, r-.:ew York City; l lnrvard Mt•dkal &·hool nnd Bo,.ton ('hildren's Hnapillll, Ho11ton; tht· UnivtTllity of{'alifornia.S>1n Fr11nci11co;and th1•l'('l.AS•:hoololMt'dicin1'.iai Angel•. Petition seeks to repeal S.Es partners ordinance ll Bl:.LSTRL:HB~ •pJy t. ed llj'. ~ti' b,___ ar.d CL •• _. upbringinjl- The ordinance Wall )a.Med SAS FRASUSCO-W1th Mayor all the vote!'ll llhould bt>1ubmitted unanimously by the ~•rd r ~11- Art Al(lloe'e lll'tlatttre barely dry to ail the\·ott>rtO ll.heelecl1on b.i pervi.tlon, and in thrtt sep rat1 on the JW"wly paued HOU!t'>IUC lot.: polll t1ponaored >y the Chro i<: Partnen' oml.inance. a mtiee of Whrn coni.cted by phont and the ~xam1n~ a1.d Hritt'• office int.·nti.. n io in-ulate a petition aabd IM'Veral que11tic1n11, l'harll'I Dumestif Partner1' wa.1uppon­withm the c.ty and oounty o{San Mdlhtnny repea1edly an~wt'l'ed ed by abo t )() )el'crll of Sin f'''1UICl.ICO for thf' purpoee of prt>' 'no ootnmenL"" Leib Feldman t1 Francillco reaidentll. :1 ;:a::f:;~:~!';i.:~~~i~:e !;: ~:::~~ea!~; i~~"1':i~~~l~~:~ v!:~ ~~::xa::::;:~:r ~ ~~:a:e;s~~:: ~:-~~te~.ne 12 with ~~:~~t~~;;~;;: !:7l~~~n :~; der t.o quaUfy for the ballot lhe pe- The notice of intent. filed by by that name livfll here:' and ~~i::.erabe%~:tJgu~~ht ;~~~ ~: Leib Feldman and Charlea hung up opinion. would be a very difficult Mcllhenny, read1 as fol\owe: Jean Harri1, legislative aide for Wk 'With thi1 ordinance the Board Harry Britt. who waa one of the The Dometitic Partne!'ll Ordi- ~~:~~::i:7inh::tt~: e~~=-~:~ ~~:::·:llo~~~~l;:,i:~:::ci 11h~~~ ~a.•:, :;~t:~~011~i:~:~~1,:",:~a:~ at the office. Domestic Partner11 i1 .- ~::!i~~d fl~~!~'~;:!r::~~~e i:r ~~ ::::~ .. ~ ;.~::::~!~:~~!~ 1~:~':.~~ ~:~t>:t-~i~~:~~v!: !::~:::.or tociety's m011t prt'" ~::d tf~~ ~=~e~~·~v~·:v;: of ~~hf"!:~:: :o::7i~7u~~ra~ It ii >nly fair that an Ull!Ut> IO diacuaa or t.lk about it again if the L'nited Statea to al. •W dJm• far-reac" ii.ginmoralcon.equeno- netd be. 8-id•, 1twillbevnydir- tic partner. to offkially retriater f'll amonr our toiu and daughtel'll fit·ult for them to gather tht need thrr ~laticin11hip with the(, unty - r--· 1 ... , P.. r• .. ·ho hav OM'n to J<hal't' one an­other'• lives in •n ntu: alt and committed relati n1hip Jr mutual caring who livetoarether and ... ho h...,., arrt't'd to bl jointly fE!llpon.ai· bleforhaskhvinl('expe-:" Thrpn,vi.111un1>flh1enl'"' tawal- 10 ell ow• city nnployees in ray or non-way reletion1hipa the 11me bereavemt>nt, maternity and ii.ck leavea1mamedcoupleaandi1ex pectedtotabefft'ctinJune The meuuri;, which wa1 hrought to a vote in 191'1:.!and ve­twd by Mayor Uiane FeinHt.ein, wu 1trongly dt>nounc-ed by A!"Ch b111hop John Quinn. head of San Franc11co'1 Roman Catholic A!"ChdioceM'. With word11im1lar to Ftldn1an'• and Mdlhenny'1, in ewritt.n1tat1D1entQuinndf<'ried the deritcion: "'Thia ii a 1triou• bl wioourtoC1aty'1hiltoriccc1m· mitment io 1upporting marrial(e and family lire:- The Times Btory wa.< started by the cl011utt of a D.C. gay male e.­C'Ort M't'Vice run out of a locel fu neral home by Jaw enforcement official•Mayitl rhat wet-k, the Wa11hingt0n 8\ade. a local gay and le.bian wet-kly. reported that at the ee.cort 1ervife'1 eviction. reportere from local newa outleta were rummaa· ing through the aervice'1 filee for namee of prominent Washingt0nian1 The Timee alleged that credit card receipta they got from the agency revealed the namee of 1ome highly placed Reagan and Bu11h adminiltralion official1 among theagency'1clienta. Inthe 1tury. tht> newspaper generou1ly quoted ita own editon. who ex-S plai.ned that they only would re-1 veal tha namee of'"th~ found to be in M""naitive government po11i tii.mtofinfluen~ Tobackuptheirallegedneedto expoee thoee who are in 1uch "aen 11itivepoeiition11:'theTimf'llquoted a former top-J,.\·el Pentagon offidal who told tht newspaper he had longbet-nawareofa''net1tof homOB .. xuaho" in th!' Reagan White Hou11e. adding that the •·ne11t"mayhavelx-enpenetrat.ed by So\·ietspin . ·we have known for many, manyyear11thattherei11ad!'part-~ mt>ntoftheKGBwhollt'JObltllll.tl, prt.v on M""xual devianta;· Ret LL Gt>n. Daniel Graham told the·, Tim ..... He added that Sovieta 1ve eaeily -·tumed'" "cloM>t ha­m :.txuals"' through blackmail ('I. rte and. henC"t", ,.wehavealway1 i1utelligencetried\'eryhardnot 1 t< be giving c1,,..1fied infonna· ti •ntoknown h0>m011exuah1'. ThatJ1tatenwntw&11dirt'<·tlyat tacked in a 11tatement relea.ed tht 11ame day by the Human Kiithc..i Campaign Fund. which aa1d tht• Times11tnry "p..nnl!Joutthefear and rt'preesion many 11:a.v1 and ll'llbiam1mut1tliveunder l>Kau11e of their sexual orientation "Th1ear1tumentthatgaysinthe guwrnment and the U S military aretarl[l'taofpotentialblackmail 1a without merit:' the 11t11teml'nt rt'ad. "'The U.S. lfo\·ernmt-nl, ~mt'.'i" WorldWar ll ,hB11ne\·ersubtitan lilily proven that open gayaend •hillnll are m(!teofa eec-unty ru1k than ht>terOllt'xuals. Jfapenoun 'outofthrclotet.:heorshecan .. ~ be blackmaill!d. To repon that kn,,wn hornor;t>xuala" art' not worthy of re<:1:1Ving claaa1fied in r~ rmation .. .i1 t<I propaf{ste h~ophobia and ant1·1tay preJu tict>. The ~at.ional Gay and Leabian Tuk Force chimed in with their >wn1tatementblastingtheTimeti investigation a11"petty1ay bait 1ng"and 'homophobicaen1&tion aliHm 'The Wa11hington Tim" atory ii arankattempttolM'nlltionalizea fact that ehould rome H no 1ur prit1e to anybody: that there are gay people in the Republican par ty and m the Republican admim11· tratiun." the r-.:GLTF atatement read ... We challenge a11 bu.el .. ttu! Timee' implication that the pretM"nce of gay people in polilical ,ffi~ repreeenta e threat to na llonallfCurity'." DINER'S NEWS Stonewall revisited: Violence on the 20th anniversary 240 \.t,o,h ..(.h l· .. ~~ ~ OPEN 24 HOURS Over 3000 Videos to Choose From Hugt' Magaz1~ & ~ty MAG. "A'"N"D"" V' IDEO SALE NOW IN PROGRESS Lnlf< ,_ "'"'=:' f........, ~ -·- IP' .:JfQ(l#I M -·..-vt\ ~ TM Montrose Voice All Bills Paid Owner Managed Access Gates Being Installed! Convenient to: Bus line Shopping Hospitals Come See The New ... ~ QREENWAY PLACE JJJJC11'""''IU 613·2014 By CUFF O"NEILL Sl::W YORK-!"early 20 yean to thedayafterpolic:eraideda11mall K•Y bar in Gnenwich Vill.,.eand M't offtwoni1h1a of rioting. givina birth to the gay and lesbian riahta movement. a masa or people atood in the mid11t of the historic ana and collectively realized one thing: it waa all happening a1ain While celebranta rathered in the hi1toric diatrict to oommemO' rate the beginning of the modern gay and lee bi an ri1hta movement. aeveralviolentaltercationabroke out, leaving window1 1hattered. bodie1 brui.aed. one car demol- 11hed and many people Vtt)· dazed OnJunt'24. theeveorthecele­bratLon in !"ew York Cuy com. memorating the 20th annivenary of the Stonewall riota, thouaanda of abian• and gay ml:'n milled about Grttnwu:h Villall'.f", many of tlwm 11till riding the emotional hish of a political rally held that afttmoon_ Among the throng were several memberaorthl:'f[ay men'1 rnnge group Thr Radical Flliries, who had been planning a mockrecreationortheriota. At about 8:00 p.m., the FairiM 1tatheredinfrontofthe1iteofthe bar. now home or the StGnewall Clothing Shop. where thty hand ed out dozens of foam "bricka· and inflated balloon ""billy clube" and began their guerrilla theater recreat1onoftherioi... Oonninit fake badges, 11oml:' memben of the ltfOUP played the part of the poliL"e and becan amacking the '"bar patronM" with the balloon dube. The patron.a in 1um grabbed the '"brick>!'" and be­gan t< ing them at the •·police; A1 pi byweree1couraa:edto take i>al .. (Iver 100 peuple toon found thrm•elves takin1 part in the role play Meanwhile. in the baaement or the clothm11hup. the f.'airiM held f[uid!'d toun or tht'ir ~stonewall Mu•eum;' which contained a •hrine to the late Judy Garland, 11'.0'ICO boya in ca1tN and pl't'tend barttonden aa an huma1e to the defunct nif[htllpot. Bill Bahlman, a membt-r of the New York AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT t:P-lll.Y.J and a reporttr for the gay cable 1how "'Out in the !!O'a' had beo.-n filmin1 the baaement muRUm for hi.I ahow when he fi. nally emeTged to a lar1rely empty atreet. ·1 had expl'CUd hundred# or people to hem tha1~. butthert' were only a couple of people mill· 1na: about: Mahlman 1tated. "I aak.i myaelf, where did they 10?" By that po nt, tht' thronr had mun-d down io tti. 10th Police Pl't'C'nct. The !lie...- York Pot1t 1ugre1ted th al the police demon11tration waa ataf[ed to protet<I tht police invee­tigation into the murden of two 1raym1•nfounddtadonaWe.tVil­la11' pitr a day rarlitr Thi1 waa lal.t'r confirmed by prot.eet partici p11nta.rmdactiviMl..ll Uniformtd and plaindothee offiC"f'rHlinl!dupMhouldrrto1houl dt>r bt>hind barricade., blocking tht-t"ntranN>totheatationinfear that th1· dt"mon11trall•ni would try to rntl'r. Julia Thomptmn. deputy inapector t-ommander fur the 6th i'l't'C'inct, eD:ll'TICl'<i form tht build· m1t andtriedto9ddrea the crowd. bot with littleauoct'U. AH Th >mpaon tried to upla.m that h po Jee prec net had ~gu· larcontact with 1he1aycommuni ty and thst the two murder vic­tim• may have been victim• or a dru1·rdat.ed, not a ray nlat.ed at­tack, the protester. drowned heT out with ahouta. While prot.eat par· ticipantll did not in1iat that the murden were neceaaarily 1ay·r._o. lated, they did lam bait the polic:e department for immediately rul­in1r out anti-gay bia1 u the moti vation for the double murder, ac­cording to ACT UP member and protel:t participant Peter Staley Aa the proteeter1 ahouted, an American fla1 wu burned, a 1mall ventilation window wa1 broken at the polic:e 1tation and another wu broken on a polic:eve­hicle. At leaat one tire waa flattened on a police car. After ACT UP membera Neil Broome andJerryWellatriedtocalmdown the crowd, the mob moved down the1treet. Protest '"manhala'" then moved ahead or the demonatraton, link in1 handa in frontofthetraffic. to clear the way for approachin1 marcheni, while othen ran into area gay bara urg'inr the occ-u· panta to p8l'ticipate in the 8treet action Quickly, the mar1hal1 linked hands •~•Charles Street at 7th Ave., inflamini the driver of a red 1porta car at the frontorthe line or backed-up can According to aevl:'ral witneaaee. thedriver(lateridentifieduPeter Zocco of Brooklyn) 1hout.ed anti gay epithet.II and madt oti.cene hand geetures at the demum1tra ton. Aa the marshal& 1hout.ed back and pounded on hi.I car hood. aakin1 him to calm down. thedriv er"1 angtt intenaified _ He gunned hia engine. rapidly backed up and lurched forward in an attempt to break the hne of manhala. After no fewer than four Junie. by the car, the line broke and the car aped totheendofthe block When I heard thaten1ine rev, I 1ot 1eared;· 1tated Brad Kukuk. a third year law 11tudent at Ameri can Univen1ty who happened on the proleltll while walking a friend"• do1. ':And it happened 10 fut. If I had been 1ome20or25 llePI ahead, I would have been hit "After awhile I &tarted to think, that if thi1 had been the Veteran.a of Foreirn Wara, a Memorial Day event. or Jew1 marchint. I doubt 1omeone would have ripped through a crowd blocking traffic;' he added. "But itwu1ayamarch· ing for their rithta.~I IU- they felt "ju11tified'' According to oneeyewitneu. at leht one unidentifi(fi per'l<m waa aent rolling over the hood or the <ll Immediately, about 100 of the dt'mon~tratora tumed and ran af· ter the red •Porta car; which quick ly msde a tum and raced down a tree-lined ltret"t, weaving on and offtheaidewalki.obypa.!llltraffic, according w newapaper 1auroee. l::ventua\ly, the ear came to• 1top in front of the Lucille Lortel Thealf'r. at which point one ofita window• had already been broken There, prolelten began poundin1 on the car and ripping offpiec'fllofthevehicle Police arrived on the 11eene 1hortly and whi1ked thecar'1 four 0CC11panta out or the car and inw an alleyway by the theater. At that pomt. prote&ter. carrying large wooden police barricades and other objerta began amaah mg the can windows, kicking in doon and amaahing the vehicle in a1howofunbridledrage. About 15 minuie. lat.er, the can occu~nta were taken away in a police van After the incident, the car wu taken toajunltyard Meanwhile. back at the ·'acci dent''1ite.thewitn-.1tunned by the violence, nursed the injured proteeten while awaiting an am· bu lance. Two mtn were taken to 1 nearby h01Jpital where they were ,tr,e..a.t.e,d for minor injuri• and r. ''I read the article in the(New York) Poet the next day thataeem1 to (portray the event) a. thi1 terri hie crime of gaya attackin1 t.hW car.· added Kuk.ult ... I mean the man tried to drive throu1h PE(). PLE. J can undnstand irthedriv· er waa ITuatrated, but to drive throu1h people? I don't under­atand that.'" According to the New York Dai ly News, June :.!6, Zocoo waa i. 1ued a citation for leavin1 the scene of an accident and haa been orderedl.oapJ>f"arinoourtJulyl4 Both Staley and Bahlman re­port that ACT UP ill now trym1 to piece together what happened from eyewitneu 1<>urce1. Prelimi­nary reporta sug1e11t that leaat fourincidentawithcantryin1to break throu1h proteMt linN may have taken place that evening, a\ though the othen did not lead to violent outbreaks Staley added that the oommum· ty's an1er has not sub.1ded either, with Zocw only being charted with leaving the aceneoran acci­dent ·He should have bffn charted with attempted murdei." he stated ·1 tell you. it'sgoingtobealon1. hot summer.'" Oiacr1mineti~~· P°;oj0;~t;1~ef ~t'1:~L.!~1bi'.:~iG:9 Ya'~~~li Committee Pool tourney this weekend Nationol Association of Social Workers I Texas Chapter Discrimination Data Form Proud Sponsor of Gay Games Ill and Cultural Festival Summer 1990, Vancouver, B.C. CLUB BODY CENTER 2205 FANNIN Thia18 thaweeken4,folka: t.hetlrst "Men.ft 3JBr1ar Patch, 4)Blwx:hus I, inboprlll\.lllyallneofmany.,)olnt 6)IJpst1clt.6)ThePlayere.7)Bunk· tournament.a between the OHPBL houae6,6)611 OnosAp.1n,9}!!EZ and the HMBL wW be held aaturm.,y Pleols. 10 )Laey J Boor.et.tea .. ""'Ranoh. An,yoM trom either of the two lea(Ull who did not pre-reg1ster oa.n st1ll p&rUclpate by regleter.nc at tha door Don't forget about tha l8ICUI ~th18Sunda,yat2:00p.m.&t t.bela2\f.JayW1WWbl~ tl'Om lO:OOto 10:30.Thla wW be a oaah tourna­ment.. wtth med.ala alao goingoutiothe~llllC­ond.& ndthirdpl-.fl.n llon,roN ••i,hbor· hood among other ltems,J)l'Of- 1'188 oonoerntng our l)&l'­t; y. There la alao a wry Im­port. ant matter on the 8IBnd& that the lllllC\JI WWh&vetovoteon.IOW9 need a good reprwanta. uon ln attend&D09 ....,.. 8port1 n. entry Ale i. le, and the more people who turn out, the more monay eveiyone oa.n paten. tlall,ywln.Itw1llb9adoublaellm1· nauon, one cama i-r match -..up Bo, cbalk up tJloM pool sUCk8 and oome on rut and abaw UI what you.'wgotlBeeyou.onthetablea There"• b9en a alight ch&na9 ln t.hetoptenallgnment.alt.haughit's ltillan,ybod;y'•NOlll Port.he-Jr. end1nc Jwie 30. th1a la the way It Iln9d up: 1 )Put T1m9, a )CllN P'1nall,y, I wanttou­prem my pet'IOn&i IOZ'l'OW at tbe ~ofO.D.Yorlt.HewuuCOOd a per80il U &ey olUI la llkalJ' ton­er meec.. His Dt.mJJ,y la handl1nl tbe ~. and they have not dlaclc-3.&eyofthedtJta11etoh!a fneni:itJ and amoclatee. In our own way we muet Prtvatel.Yea.YCOOdbJ9 '° • good 01end, • load pool player &nd,more8lgil1tlm.nU,y,agoodpar­aon. Youwerelovedbyall,O.D.,and you will be mi-1. Monthly Workout Pall $30 per month Pool Side Bar·B·Q Sat-Sun 1-3pm To subscribe or to advertise in the Montrose Voice, just call 529-8490 Experience the Difference Publlshed Every Friday (Tuesday edition starts shortly) Two productions celebrate strength of women . Our classifieds are growing. To Hou11ton Live By NEIL BADDERS The atrength of women ia Ct"lP. bratf'd in two finit-rate produ(' llorui now on the board. in Houa-tun. Thefinitia ~1 am Annie Mae: which portray• the life of black activist Annie Mae Hunt thruu1h mu11ical vignette8. It opened re­cently at Staie. Repertory Thea· ter aa a Texas Playwrighta Fee:ti val production ,n(>Ve and ultima~ly laugh at narrative1 drawn form inten>u.•w• ~ the foible. of life. with a broad •Pf'Clrum or Amm- i..,. 'Steel Maanohu''" women rp. fl«t the exact qualitie. the title implie1. The play explore1 the growth and chan1• in the livN of the1e 1ix very mdependent women. It a!.o 11how1 u.11 how th<llN women 1urvive trqedy with a powerful combination of love. compllMiOn, humor and willpower. ~';;S w::d h~e:etu1:.n 1:~h::i! I and guest Ol!lebritim ~ Auditiona will be held from Z 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on July 22. a Danetta ahould amve at 10:00 fl\ a.m. and bring a photoifaph and (5 a reeume. Smger9 ahould amve at ~ 1:00 p.m. and bnna mu111c, photo­rraph and retiume. Call bacb will ~ be Sunday, July 23 from 1:00 p.m to4:00p.m. advertise your The second ill a comedy by Rob­ert Harling, ··s1-ee1 Magnoli811", illl run at the Alley Theater haa bffn extended through July 16 -''Annie Mae" Hou.tunian Noom1 Car reef• woruhrful 1cor1 U the cenur of .. ! Am Ann it Mat" at l:ilQ/IH. Corritr at.ooccompan~• and U ~~al d.rectl;Jroflhe pn-r duetwn I can't imqine a 1tronger cut than the one auembled by direc­tor Beth Sanford for the Alley. I al.110 won't do the actr-es the di11court•y of picking favoritee and detracting from their com· pleteen1embleeffort. Linda and Ken Lay will chair the Feb. 3, 1990, local production of the ahow at Jone1 Hall. Ken Lay, chairman of Enron Corp kicked off the fund·rai.iiina effort by announcing a SI00,000 pant from Enron to the Houlton pro-service, garage sale, house for rent, or just about anything, call 529-8490. The 11tren1th8. contribution. and hearta('heeofthe8Quthemblack workin1 woman ha"e been mov ingly illustrated in the rou11m1 ··1 Am Annie Mae" at Stagee. Bued on a book by historian Ruthe Weingartffi. with a &eore by H<1Wltonian Naomi Carriet, the 1<howouthnee the life11toryofthe Dallaa black activist Ml9. Annie Mae Hunt The piece falls 11omt"Where be­twet> n a mu11i('a] and a muai('a] ..,... view. There is a book by Wein1rar1Rn and Carrier. but it function.11 more 811 monoluguee in· terpttted by musical numben. It all!M'.ljUmptaroundintime.cover mg a J20-year11pan. However. "f Am Annie Mae" i11 more than ju11t a mutiical review; it has W much to 11ay to fit comfortably into thi11 The c«nterpiece for '"Annie Mae·· i• the wonderful 8COre by Naomi Carrier_ It covers a broad spectrum frum jazzy blues W legit im11te mu11ical theater and every influ1mce in between them. Carri· tr exc-eia at the catchy melody. with a 1<J>«ial knack for the up­ltmpo number which ge~ the au· dit<not amilin1r. clapping and ulti matelytotheirfeet Ifthereisaslightfaulthere.itia that the lyriai are not alway11 u 11trung u the music It ii a 111ight fault,becaulfll!inthioc8lleCarrier and Paul Randolph-John110n are bleued with a cut which over-come. any weaknN&M to make the audience'• evening a real joy There are 19 mu1ical numben in 16 1aonH, and Belinda Simmon1 aa Annit' Mae •inp in nearly all of them. S1mmonai11im prewive and expr1e111ve in both t1in(l'in1 and act>nf[ Most impor tantly, t1he i. likable and watchable. \'try important •ince her charac:ter ia alway• pre1ent and illthefoc:uaoftht play The entire enllt'mble ii excel lent. they each have a moment to shine. filling m cameo rola. 11ing inf[ and &ellin1 the material. Per­fonnanet'tl which ttmain moet vivid in my ml'mory are those of Eve I. Willi.ti Ta1t•11 a11 Big Mama, Janet Maimane as Velma and An­thony Glover llfl Stepdaddy Wilson Pmductiun valul'fl are uniform ly "tron1r. with 11pedal nod.11 W Randolph--John1un for hi& fast pared dirt<Ctmn and Paul Peacock furh19funevo<tuming. I Am Annie Mae" ia funny. ver y hwnan. Sometime. ii.I 1win1 from toaitdy to tra1rf'dy and back i11 diuymgly ~wift. .but then llO ia life. ~t<ethiaone. -"Steel Magnolias" endears ~Laughter through tean ia oneo{ my favorite t>motion• o.ay.11 a character in "Steel Magnoliaa:· Robert Harling'• wonderfully wit· ty portrait of 11ix tany women in a Louiliana beauty 11hop. After viewing thia well-crafted comedy. 'lauahter through tean" ia al&a one of my favorite emot1ona, 1haredbyeeeminglyeveryoneina packed house at the Alley Theater recently In two acta, two ecene. per act, Harling•killfullyintrodueftu1to beauty 11hop owner Truvy. who op­erate8 her bus1n- out or her ga rage; Annelle. an abandoned.11hy, exceedinaly nervous beauty ap­prentice; and W four loyal patron& Clairee. former mayor'• wife and 11port11 fanatic; M"Lynn, dirl!Ctorof amentalhealthclinic;herdaugh ter, Shelby, diabetic bride-to-be; and Ouiaer, an eccentric widow. who declares. 'Tm not crazy, I've jullt been in a very bad mood for forty year1'.' Harling'.11 llCTipt wllfl chock full of onP-linen which left me 1Crib-bling in the dark, llO aa not W for get how cleverly written the play i1 and. al110, allow me another laugh on reflection For me. ··Steel Mll&Iloliu" ii about family. not the nudear kind. but the family we crt>ate when we chooeeour friends. Forthe1e worn en, Saturday momina at the beauty 11hop ia an inviolate role. It iaaplacetosharelecret.I. to&Oll· 1ip, complain. debate. ariiue. Marjorie Carroll (Clairee). Bettye Fiupatrick (Quiaer), Caro­lyn Cope ('I'ruvy). Sally Parriah (M"Lynn). Ellen Lauttn (Annelle) and Clarinda Rou (Shelby), thank you for your performanc. You made me lau11:h till I crif'dand then made me cry till I laughed The e"enin1 w .. tribute to your 11r.ill and that of your dittdor: Productlon valu• were excel· lent ( .. ii ao often the caae with the Alley). Credit Jay Michael Jag1m with the kitchy, oozy eelll: Robert jared with the unobtrus1~·e but effl!Ct1ve lighting; Lauren Lambie with the 1ubtly humorou1 coatumin1 and Daniel Van Pelt foraound -"Heart String" "Heart Strings: the National Tour:· a mu11ical revue touring 30 cit1e1toraisefund1forAIDSpro­ll'. Tam1, will hold local audit1on11 for11ingeraanddance!'9forthena tional Wuringc811t and the upcnm ing Houston production onSatur· day, Jul:r 22 at Theater Under the Sta!'9 ITUTSI rehearaal hall. 4235 San Felipe. Heart String&, a project which beaan in Atlanta in 19h6" .. eve­ning• of hope for the healing of AIDS. will begin ii.I national tour m ~ptember to raile money for educat1unanddirl!Ctcareeervic. for people with AIDS. Theproduc lion includee mu1nc. dan~ and j<ct. The Houaton venuei91pon.t0red jointly by the DeJ!i&n lnduatrie1 Foundation for AIDS (D!FFA>­Houaton and the Bering Commu nity Service t~oundauun. Money I raiaed locally will be divided be­tween the &ring Foundation. AIDS programs and the DIFl•A Houet-On chapter, which will u­• ign gran!.11 to local community baaed organization•- TM nal.wn- ' al goal is S4 million and local or ganii.en belieYe they can raiu $500.000 The •how ii.lie]( con1illtll of two act. of Broadway-•tyle mu&ical and dance numben with a eeriee · of narrativee, delivered by guettt celebriliee, highlighting thecour age and •trenith of people affect­ed by AIDS Pn'!BidentandMn.J1mmyCart. er are the honorary national chairpenora. Mayon in each tour city, including Ho11a1Wn Mayor Kathy Whitmire. are honorary chairpenoruiin theircitie.. Local &leering committee mem bel'9 are Lynn Billinp, Deborah Chri11tie. Michael Dale. Randy,,. Hcxlde. Randall Shield• and &UlieWeatherford _ ; For more information on 1}a.; eYent or auditi_ons. call the Ho~ ton Heart Stnng& office at 6211 7989. ! Rep says Houston can help gay lobby ,.--------------------~ Prom PX! GANDY, LORL rep--.t.a pretA!d &nd Implemented You can be port tl-. dr-.m may not beoome a I Uve. HO'Wlton o..y PollUoal Cauau8 aaeured that IDRL will be !Mre reallcy. ~~-~~~ P!:too~==~~ -CommunityllaNle 1987,m&eyofulk.newthatouroom 1991, - mUllt. re-tile the repa&I of Center munil,Y had made a ~r IJUIP for- 21.06. tha LeebWl/Ga,y Civil Righi.I PromKIVIN 81.JRCH.manager.Oom ward.In 1987.ourprM8IlOllnthe BUlandtheAID6antl-<11acrtm1naUDn mun1cy!Wal110ante1 capitol ~ted d1l'flCtly ln the ftra\ bW. W<iJ mllllt oonunue and axJ)Nld Onbehal.toftheConununu.y~11 SWA1 tund1nC of AIDB INl!t pro- t.hllf\'fplllofc.hangealnthelawthat Oan~JWlllhto~DU'll1noere CJ'l.m8 and 14cpUOn of HIV teBUnl at.refiCUlen our oommu.ted relatlon· 1.Ppred.M.lon t.o the w.on~ VOIOll 1.a .. A bUl t.o rei-J, Becuon 21.06 1tupa and our rtght.11 as lndlv1duala tortheat'l.ICA9lnl.-.wtillk"IVOIOll.Be­wutllld. W••our.tort..1Nou:r...W- 'niatwon"thappen,llowever,lfwe om.18eofthea-pc8Ul'l,-bavere­bllu. y,lhow our e&cu,,._ and<»- ~ Uepandapand our lobby fl!- 091~ more dol'IAUo08 and mai:iy termlnat1onand~mnnberlof fort l.1!111:11•.n..in..yRIOJ.taldlbyhloll o.11" lbout our VQUCblr program t.hll'l'BU~ beooll'llareepectedlobbyforoe.bot.h Tbereare.howaver;•ooupll!lofthlnga LIW11dld-knowtbal.lnl969,the byourfrlendaand,grudgl.ngly.byour J hi ahouJd. be b~ to your lellbi1on1..., oommurucy opponent& We oannot l'f!lldare' au.nuon. would raoa th.II ll:1ndl ot atrordt.o1et.dawnthlaflf- ~th.M.were rorce:1.on Letters ton.andJoaetr-jaLnll ue Moet. C&p1tol. pundll.I 'lbal.'•wlzy-'rewrtt- ==n.U:.":: to the =-~~~~ :i! i::-n;u;: lditor !!~:,:m = hAl'Bhll8t and rnMN18t 1W short In ra.l8inl our 8haN tudl!leever-&ndWmen ofthefundll~t.o and lel!lbtana took the brunt oft.hem keep the lobby lltl"ort going. We must Jt took every ounoa otanergy, every ra1Mlobout&l6.000peryea.rtromthe b1tof8U'atl!ICY.&ndthllnaome,forour Houston 8.J'<lla_ In 1989, we are doing oonummlt;y to Mlrvtw t.hll one.Laught much better tow&rd our goal on July ofant1--1118blan;gaybi,Gtry 12. there will be al\md-raieertooon But. we aleo learned another lN- ttnue worklnC to ensure t.hlL H~ eon. WECJ..NWJN toncicl881t1111hareforthel00bylltl"ort But.U.~wemuatbearnarter. ltwillbeatlllBlourtSU-.St.auon. more prei:-reci. more astute and bet.- 1117 MlllllOur1 SU-., one block W98t ter\'llreed.ont.h9myr1ad.of1-u.lf of Mont.roae l!J.w. and two blocllB fect.tng gay ll'llln and leebllonl than north of "We8t.hllimer at 7 &> p.m. thllother<81da nMllnteMm.tromnow Whan t.hll pV'l!ll talla to call the unt1I the 1"91 ..icin tlegina.111 of 1991 ~n lofthe Leglal.ature) t.o Cl"IUCal. lmpclJUllOltol.Wall "'9ncy )~LORI.will put forth the mmt Nlll9and ftllUl,at.lona arebelne;wru..- limbl.UOUI JeClalWve prccremyec.on tenandthe1WW11t&Wl.e.w1llbelntllr. bebalfofe.cbofua.Wlt.ho.11.yourlllp- Plr8t,J'mr.tl"t.ldthe1-nlneonthe 1t.orym14htbe•llWtl~ Whll1 ldld.a,ytbal.oneomedl,yaour gtvee.~....Sthllcil,y'1eales.as• rulet.he8hopcklllnot.cwall.y""gl.W ·~ D'l(JJ'<ll than It 118lll:· Our operat..­lnga:- pe~ooml CR.It oft.heeaiell tn· 00~ Aleo. unfortunately. we were In· tonnedlaBtweelr.!.hatweha.veklat. our leaae on the hou8e at 706 Haw thome. which h"8 been put up for sale.111ofJuly31 Wearenowlook 1ng ror a ~ 1ooauon and would ai>­precw. e aey help ln tlnd.!.ng a 11U11.a­ble and .tl'ordable bu11<11ng. 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Photos by Henry McClurg a: < ;;j ci: < CD w u 6 > w Cl) 0 .a..:. z 0 ::;: The much awaited--0nd euen feared-decision of the Supreme Court on abortion rights finally came down. And while.for now, Roe us. Wade still stands technically as the law of the land the Court, in the words of Justice Blackmun, has discarded the landmark case "not with a bang, but a whimper.' Justice Scalia agreed with Blackmun that Roe, in effect, was effectively overturned, and he favored that result. The remaining Four Horsemen (no offense intended toward Justice O'Connor) pranced around Roe, claiming the Missouri case did not directly challenge Roe. This, of course, is false. On one issue alone the Missouri Statute contravened Roe: It states life begins at conception, whereas Roe holds to medical opinion that viability determines life and that it commences sometime in the second trimester. While saying that Roe remained undisturbed, the majority did allow it to be modified and narrowed. Haw do you modify and narrow a constitutional right without disturbing it? And then the majority, more or less, solicited future challenges to Roe. As Justice Blackmun concluded: "To overturn a constitutional decision is a rare and grave undertaking. To overturn a constitutional decision that secured a fundamental personal liberty to millions to persons would be unprecedented in our 200 years of constitutional history:' What seems to have escaped much of the press in aU the fallout from the court's ruling was Justice Stevens' dissenting opinion. Stevens, pointing out that those who would overturn Roe based their contention of "life at conception" on religious convictions and this permeates the preamble of the Missouri law in question. This, Justice Stevens noted, violates the First Amendment, "The Missouri Legislature may not inject its endorsement of a particular religious tradition into this debate for 'the Establishment Clause' does not allow public bodies to forment such disagreement:' Whatever the legal fallout, the court's decision has furnished a rallying cry for the pro-choice forces who,for so long, had assumed with the law on their side they did not need to carry the battle to the streets where the anti-<1bortionists have recently held sway. Quite possibly the future will hold a few surprises for politicians who have been using abortion (and other emotional if not crucial issues like the American flag) as a smokescreen to cover sundry economic schemes to further enrich the rich. And even the anti-<1bartionists may learn that the majority of Americans, while disliking abortions, do not agree with extremist tactics and ideology. We recall Nixon and Agnew's appeal to the "silent majority• which, they hoped, would sustain their uiews toward the Vietnam War. We recall Jerry Falwell's "moral majority" which is still attempting to foist the religious orthodoxy of a few on American society. Perhaps now we will see the emergence of the "thinking majority" which, in the face of extremism on the religious right and corruption in the political right, Will cry "enough:' Perhaps, at last, the Right has treaded once too often on a basic right to priuacy in its quest to sanitize and purify American society into its own- perceived-image. We are reasonably confident that most Americans, in their heart of hearts, truly believe in and cherish a desire to be left alone, to reserve a basic right of priuacy from the clutches of the moralists and the politicians. We in the gay community have a vested interest in this cherished principle of priuacy. Our greatest hope for equal justice rests on this very issue in the current challenge to the state sodomy law. The i~ r-::::J.SHEER INSANITY• ~ DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER Supreme Court in the Hardwick case stated there is no constitutional right to priuacy. Then now is the time to initiate a constitutional amendment to guarantee this right of priuacy- much as several states, Texas included, have done. Unlike this latest Supreme Court ruling and President Bush's proposal on the flag, this does not restrict but expands on the Bill of Rights. Here is the basis for a new political coalition which could seize the initiative and, hopefully, capture the day. Expa!lding individual liberty is truly within the American tradition. New/romSMU Press-"Epitaphs/ or the Living-Words and Images in the Time of AIDS" EPITAPrIS FOR 11-<IE LMI'lG \\on! and lma::c• inthcT-of All~ JY.c.. 11w·rho;, b)' Bi.Iv Ho\4 ml \\'1th m lmwductH1n h,· L,mnk D. 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We want to thank all our friends that made our 15th a wonderful occasion. - Ed & Jeff Sunday Afternoon: Michael Meade on Sax Sunday Night: Torch Song Trilogy Movie Monday: Dart Tournament-Cash prize Bpm, $1 Margaritas & Kamikazes Daily: Happy Hour 7am-8pm, $1 Vodka Drinks 7 am-6pm We do our best to make this list as accurate as possible but there may be some errors. Call the bar or restaurant to confirm an event a:: M..tll~ ~ ci: < ID u"' 6 > UJ (/) Q a:: •z 0 ::; Amba Cantine: 99¢ Margaritas 4- 7pm J.R.'s: Monday thru Friday, hors d'oeuvres 5:30 ·Jnt1I 7:30 Santa Fe Trading Cc. 99t frozen Margaritas, 4-8 pm, Santa Fe Gold Margaritas, largest selection of imported beers and tequila Scandal's. Open 11am. Mon· Sat, 12 Noon, Suoday Scandal's. D.J. Dernis McG1nn1s plays your favorite 01dies from the 50's, 60's, n·s Bacchus: Happy Hour 4-8pn Mamma's Money: Happy Hour. Monday-Saturday. 7an> 8pm Mamma's Money: s1 Well & Drmestic Beer. Monday-SatLrday. 7am·11am Mamma's Money- 75C Wei :>rinks. Monday· Thursday. 9pm-M1dnight Missouri St. Station. Happy Hour prices til 9 pm Di..sters. Happy Hou 4·8 daily M1ssrun St. Station. Open 11 am- 2am EIJ's: 7am-8pm Happy Hour, 7am· 6pm $1 Vodka drinks. Beer bust 4· 10pm Monday-Saturday E!J's: 7 Days a week. $1 Well drinks 1am-2am Past Time: Happy hour 12-Spm Pot Pie Restaurant: Free home delivery for pizzas French Quarter Theater see ad this issue Club BOdy Center $0 for 30 m1n~te tanning session, $30 fo1 8 visits Rt Marks: Happy Hcur4-8pm Club Rome<. Happy hour 5-9pm Ventur& N: Happy hour Noon-8pm Ventur& N Beer bL.st 4- 10pni o1 R.s: J. m-1 Happy Hour opening· 10pm Ctiar ie's Restaurant. Dmner a,.,d m1dnite specials Rock 'N' Horse: Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am). Closed Mondays Brazos River Bottom: Happy Hour Mon- Sat, 7am- 9pm. Sun Noon- 9pm The Barn: Happy hour 11 am-9pm The Barn: What A Nellie Deli. 11 am- 3pm, serving lunch Mon-Fri Br•ar Patch: Happy hour till 8pm Charlie's Restaurant: Open 24 hours Galleon: Happy Hour 'til 8pm Daily Chutes: Beer bust. 3pm-11 pm, 75e Vodka drinks, noon--6pm Chutes: $1 frozen margantas noor- 6pm, happy hour 12-10pm Santa Fe Trading Co. Open 4pm, 3 in 1 happy hour cocktails. $1 75 longnecks or happy hour price single well til 10pm Chutes Frozen Margantas. $1.25. 6pm-2am, Happy hour, noon-lOpm Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs. (ex. Tues.) Mary's Happy hours M-F: 7am­noon, 6-8pm. 11 :30pm-1 am, M-S Super Happy hour 9arn-11am, $1 well & beer, always 75¢ draft Mary's: After Hours Thursday­Sunday ~ Al 111ng of the Regular end Spec al rvents al Setec'ed Houston ClubS. Restaurants and Other Places ol L· ·c:· ·,_, Cousins: Cousins & Company, 10:30pm Cousins: Drawing. 6:45pm. win triple your shoe size 1n cash Bacchus: The Gay Dating Game 8pm Missouri St Stat10I""' Patio specials Amba Cantina 75C teqLlla shots all day Tt-e Barn· Cowboys m Action. 8-.2 Club Rcmeo: Tu1l' Party S. 9pm Mother's: Happy hour 7am· 1 Opm Scandal's: Dance to the mi..sic of D.J. Dennis McGif1nis Lazy, Show Night 10pm Ri'Marks. Heaven 50¢ well, l..Jver J.Rs. Pac fie Coast Daf"cers non· stop 6pm ~ntil 2am Chutes. Cruise Night. happy holar noon· 10pm, Male Strip Night with MC Casardra Landa. cash pnzes, l-tot dogs by .... exes Riders Brazos River Bottom: Happy HoLir, Tam til 9pm, Brazos River Band 9:.30pm. Montrose Mining Co. Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am 0 Ts: S-10aM $ well, domestic beor. schnapps, 2-8pm Happy hour 9pm-2am DJ. danciog. Male Strip g~ Rock 'N' Horse: Live band 9pm·1 am Montrose Mining Co. 3 m 1 happy hour 4-10pm, 25¢ draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am Cousins Cousins & Company, t0:30pm Amba Cantina: 75¢ tequila shots, Brunch menu 11am-4pm, $1 25 Mimosas. Poinsettias, Bloody Marys & Champagne all day M1ssou ~t ::;ta1 of"· Patio specials E..J's. $ 1 Well dnriks 4 7pm J.R's. F ac1fic Coast Darcers 10:J0pm Scandal's: Da~ce to the rni..sic of O.J Dennis McGirms Lazy, Show Night 10pm Dusters: GRAND OPENING. D1 nk specials. Noon-2am Bacchus. Houston's Original Party Night, $2 Margantas The Barn: Cowboys in Action, 8pm- 2am Club Romeo $1 75 Coronas. $1 schnapps Mother's 75¢ well dnnks 4-9pm Heaven·. SOC: wcll 9-1 pm, cover. DJ­Scooter Bearden Club Romeo: Female Exotic Dancers with MC Bntanny Paige, tOpM, cover at door. call for reservatio,.,s Chutes. Cruise Night & liquor bust 6-M1dn1ght $6, $500 Dash for Cash, 10pm-2am Mary's: Beer bust on the patio with Cindy 1-6pm Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour tH 9pm, Brazos River Band. 9:30 O.Ts: 8-10am $1 well. domestic bee' schnapps: 4·9pm $1 well; 9pm- 2am DJ. dancing: 10:30pm Male Stnp, MC Ramona Sims Ai'Marks· S....Ja., The Barn. Cowboys in Action, starting at 7pm Bacchus: Pool Tournament. 2pm Arriba Cantin a: Brunch menu 11 am- 4pm, $1-25 Mimosas. Poinsettias, Bloody Marys and Champagne all day Rub1o's: Free draft 7-10pm, 'Rubies Presenta" 10:30 Brazos River Bottom: All Male Review. 6pm sharp. presented by David Carpenter, Mr TGRA 1990 candidate benefitting Colt 45's Gereral Charity Account Momma·s Money: Happy Hal.or. Noon·4pm, $1 Well with~ Sc~napps 4· 7pm Dusters: (,RAND OPEN I Nu, Dr nk spec als, Noon· 2am Mothers. Male dancers 10pm & M1dnrte E/J's Nnon-10pm Beer bust, Dinners served or tre patio at 5pm. $1 Well dronks 6-9pm Galleoo $1 50 Cuervo Gold Margaritas all dayf.'light J.R:s 75¢ Cape Cods, Bloodies, Margaritas & Schnapps Noon-1 Opm Marys: Beer bust 1 6pm, Steak ·ight 5~m. $3.50 fo1 10 oz ribeye and all the fixin's V'enture-N: Bc-oze/Beer Bust 4- 1opm Heavel"' Free well 7-9. free draft all night. $1 25 Corona all night. cover Glob Romeo: Hangover Blues. beer $1.25, BloOdy Marys $2, Barbeque and drink specials, open 3pm Mother's. 75¢ well 4 .. apm Scandal's: Pool tournament. 1 pm. registration noon Chutes: Beer bust noon-11 pm. liquor bust 4-8pm, free food. Lube wrestling 5pm, July 9; Texas Riders GI Joe Party 8pm Montrose Mining Co. Beer Bust & ;,;.e hot dogs 4pm-m1dnight, ~ nraf" beer m a mug m1dmgtit· 2arr Brazos R1vAr Bottom: C)teak N1gtt, 4.50. 6pm, Hapr v ho1Jr, noor •'I 6pm, Brazos R1v"1r Band 7pl'T' Missouri I t .. talion: Opel"' noon· 2arr., Sumf"ler Si..nday Social $ 1 well and Juice drinks. 15e schnapps. J· 7pr.i Ruck 'N' t<orse Blo~dy Marys $1, .. ive band 6pm· 1 ... pm, free hc-t dogs Q.Ts: "'"he Girls of QT's present A Salute to Former Miss Gay USA Tommie Ross with Ramona, Tondelayo and Angel Galleon: Steak Night 6pm, Naomi Sims and Dyan Michaels Show 1Qpm R1'Marks: Open mike night 6pm til? M...Ja., Galleon: Best Crowd n Town &J's: $1 Margaritas & Kamikazees. Dart Tournament 7pm Mother's. 15C beer 6pm-1am 0.Ts: 8am-'Oarr, 9pm-M1dnight, 75¢ Well, Domestic boor & ScMapps Montrose Mining Co. 3 if1 11 happy t-01..r all day/night, 5¢ draft Rub1o's. CLOSED, Available for pnvate functions. reserve one week m advance Ripcord: $1 Margantas 9pm-2am Club Body Center Lockers $3.25 noon-midnite J.Rs: Pacific Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am Galleon~ Male stnp contest 10pm Brazos River Bottom: $1 well and beer, 7am-2am Chutes Free pool, beer bust, 3pm­l 1pm. Liquor bust Bpm-m1dnight, happy hour noon-10pm Mary's: Bowler's Special Night ~ The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons Ripcord $1.25 canned beer 8pm· 2am Mother's; $1 well, Disco oldies Bpm· 12am Ventur~N Pool t!"urney 7pm Rock ·N· Hc.rse: Pitcher of beer $2 Steak night 7pm Chutes. L 1quor bust 8pm-mid,.,ight, Drawing •or portable TV. 10prr Club Body Center: 1. 2 price rooms & lockers, 7pm-3arr Missouri St. Statio,., Beer Blow Out 7pm-midnite, $1 domestic ongnecks 0.Ts S-10am, 9pm-M1dmght, 75¢ Well. Domestic beer & Sctinapps Club R~meo: $1 25 beer Galleo~ Happy hour t1l 8pm, Star Searc'."I 1Jpm, cash prize and gLest appearance Surday The Bar· Steak night. 7pm, $4 00, happy hour 9pm Bacc~us: Pot Luck Night Montrose M1nmg Co. $1 beer bust 4pm-closing. Men at Work (rrale dancers} 10pm-2am Brazos River Bottom: Dance Lessons with Tony, Brent & Jim 9:30 ~ Chutes. Steak Night. 7pm-10pm, $4.50 Ripcord $1 50 well all day Montrose Mmmg Co. Nickel draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am, rnus1c of so·s, 70's, 80's Rock 'N Hurse: sc.. napps $1 Club 1~1..meo: Vc.dk..a &J.teG1als Molher s' Daddy s N1g1 t' 8pm· m1dmte 75<: ongrec ks M1ssour St t>t..31'01 Pre fess1c na1 an~ Executive Ladies Nile •Jpm t11? A1 Mar~s. Corporate LS( 1es Night Ol..t w hors .tj oeuv:-es, 4-Spm Q.Ts: S-10arr 9pr.> M d~1ght, 7'C Well Domestic beer & •Jc~napps J.~:s. Pacific Coast Dancers non· stop 6pm until 2af"l Heaven: 10¢ well 9pm-2am, cover, biggest Wed. crowd in Houstor Bacchus: Corporate Ladies Happy Hour. free hors d'oeuvres Ill Bpm The Barn: Naomi and her "1ove slaves", 10:30 pm, $200 cash prize Rubio's Talent n1ghl ($75 first place), drink specials, dancing till 2am Brazos River Bottom: Happy hou 7am-9pm, Cheeks of the Week ~ontest, 10:30, $100 first prize. Pool tourney. 8pm, wi,.,ner takes $50 plus '1~ Ripcord: $1.50 Margaritas 9pm-2am The Ranch: Beer bust & dance essons Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headliners and Fantasy in Motion at 11 pm. M.C Randy Jobe. The Barn~ Posse Male Dancers. 9pm-2am Rock ·N' Horse All can beer $1 Venture-N: Pool tourney 7pm Club Romeo: $1.50 well drinks Club Body Center. Half price day noon-midnite Mother's: Mother's Men 10pm-1am J.R's. 3 in 1 happy hour. $1.25 frozen drinks all day all mght Bacchus Steak Night. 7pm (you bnng the meat; we supply the rest) Mary's: Leather and Club Night Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour tll 9pm, Brazos River Band 9pm, no cover. $1 domestic longnecks all day1n1ght Chutes: $1 Margantas m a glass all day/night, $1 M1chelob Dry Mof1trose Mining Co. Happy Hour 4· 7~m ($1 10 well, beer, 1 n 1 Happy Hour 4-10pm, Lo~g~ecks (domestic beer. soft drinks $1. •0) 10pm-2am. $2 beer bust 4-'0pm Galleon: $1 buffet. 8pm A'..-.,.,JpJ-.< Here's tho BAR·ZAAR list: places you might consider •or dnnkmg. dining and sensual pleasures. Arriba Cantine, 1100 Westhe1mer. 524-4800 Bacthus, 523 L~vett, 523-3396 Ttie Bain, 11 - Parmc. 523-021'3 Brazos River Bottnm, 2400 Brazos. •28-9192 Briar Patch. 2294 Holcombe, 665- 9678 C.ub BOdy Center, 2205 Fannin, 659' 4998 Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant, 813 Richmond. 522 2365 Charlie's Restaurant, 1 102 Westhe1mer. 520-5221 Chutes. 1732 Westhe1mer. 523-2213 Cousins. 817 Fairview. 528-9204 Dusters. 2715-B Waughcrest. 522- 9485 E!J's. 2517 Ralph, 527-9071 Club Flamingo, 907 Westheimer, 527-8830 Frenct" Oi..art:::r Theater. 320~ Louisiana. 527-0782 Galleon, 2303 Richm~nd, 5~2· 76'6 Heaven, Pacific at Grant. !>21 9 1 .23 , Rs. 808 Pac1f1c ~~1 is19 Key ... _kc a c;.lub Of" ti-e r.aove 785- 92'>8 La Cuc3racha "I Cantina, 39? N Main. 864 5069 Lazy J, 312 Tuam, 526-9343 Marys, 1022 Westhe1mer. <27-9669 M1dtowne Spa, 31oc Fanmn. 522- 2379 Montrose Mining Co. 805 Pac1f1c, 529-7488 Mamma's Money. 534 Westheimer. 522-0045 Missouri St Station. 1 117 Missouri, 524·1333 Mother's, 402 L<>vett, 52(} 793~ Jo·s Outpost. 2818 Richmond, 528< 8318 Past Time. 617 Fairview, 529-4669 Pot Pie Restaurant, 1525 Westheimer, 526-4350 O.Ts, 608 Westheimer, 529-8813 The Ranch, 9150 S. Main, 666-3404 Ri Marks. 2715 Waughcrest, 522- 9485 Ripcord. 715 Fa1rv1ew. 521-2792 Rock N' Horse. 1220 Taft, 520-9910 Club Romeo, 903 Richmond. 528· 9110 Rub1o·s. 202 Tuam. 522-1207 Santa Fe Trading Co .• 804 Pacific, 528-6969 Scandal's, 1419 Richmond, 528- 8903 Spanish Flower Restaurant. 4701 N Main, 869-1706 Venture-N. 2923 S Main. 522-0000 CCl'FtE SHCF Daily Specials 1102 Westheimer-522-3332 THE POTPIE Pasta & Pizza Place Open 24 Haun. a Day Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner 1525 WESTHE'MER 528 4350 ll'M&tb c..bAttt 2715 W..ughctt>t 522-9485 Nightly Enter­tairwnenc NUDIST INFO Trellis 493-0464 24 ht message Tel151,,endstocal j "' \ Ga.L~c~ <>l Q ol ""Q.''_ lu :r: \{I ch<{{es • t'~i':: L.:obd ALABANA ~c.ando. ls FAIRVl£W • 1 • fn<.:C lurti ~uD105 • ~ 4 ;;:: HY9t PAR.i<. f.,ry~_r,re,, ~--'.:::~l--\-_:::.l---;~;----+--- ~ .. J• Pl"y Safe! > <D ~ - ~ (f1 2 lu "cl'. 0 ----- - - - ---------. -~- ~ . -- Aniba Cantina ,s WllP WEEKENPS PA•:IFIC. vorJDALt wi:srH£tM E/I... So I said to him, I said, "Harry," I always call him Harry because he likes Harold better and it makes him crazy when I call him Harry. I said, "Harry, it's the weekend and I'm bored. Why don'tyou take me somewhere? You never take me anywhere." He looked up from his newspa­per and beer and grunted, just like he always does. Sometimes I wonder how I ended up with him. Then I look at his muscles and remember. I hit him over the head with a coat hanger. "I want to do something," I says. Then, he says we should go out dancing_ Great, just what I had in mind, standing around in a crowded bar all night, while the whole crowd stares at Harry's muscles, and I'm feeling like some over-ripe fruit display or like I ought to have a cocktail tray so I can offer all his adoring fans some caviar and peanuts. "Let's go to Arriba Cantina's Wild Weekend," I told him, in my most stem voice. 'They have all kinds of great drink specials all weekend, plus a brunch from eleven to four on Saturday and Sunday. They even have seventy-five cent tequila shots on Friday and Saturday. You can have several and sit around belching a lot." That did it. He said, "yes." Arriba Cantina's Wild Weekends -An Alternative to Spending the Weekend with Harry $1.25 Mimosas, Poinsettias, Bloody Marys and Champagne All Day Saturday and Sunday $.75 Tequila Shots All Day Friday and Saturday Special Brunch Menu Ham to 4pm Saturday and Sunday $.99 Margaritas 4pm to 7pm Everyday 1100 Westheimer 524-4800 a: ..: ~ 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• naturally! I [HOME_ OF SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANYl 0 ::::; ~ Tad's Back-Terry Get A Grip! This Week: No Holidays, No Shows, No Benefits, No Parades!! Jus• Frliendly Serwlice ... naturally! Beer Bust on Patio-Saturday & Sunday Steak Night Sunday ~ AFTER HOURS 2am to closing Thursday thru Sunday ($1.00 coffee, juices, sodas• Artesia) Plus - Uve D.J. During After Hours For the Montrose Voice COPYRIGHT 1989 ARIES It's a good time for retreat, some chance to recharge your emotional batteries. Your interior life can be easily exam­ined, and you have emotional support from those you love. Ram or not, there's no sense in beating your head against the wall. TAURUS If you've scheduled a vacation for this month, you've done the best thing you can do. It should be one of the best. Even if you haven't, you can still take time off for a mental vacation that could amuse you with delightful fantasies. GEMINI Let business decisions ride for a while, and enjoy the company of sympathetic people. Give a party; call someone you've meant to contact but haven't. Be open to hear the truth, from whatever source; the information won't hurt, and may inspire you. CANCER New home ideas? New living arrangements? New decorating tips? Wonderful! But don't put them into play yourself. Your love of beauty could lead to difficulties. Suggest them to someone who can appreciate and afford them. LEO Now that things are going better, why jeopardize your health? Don't over extend yourself in the name of friendship. You could find yourself being used if you fall into some kind of subtle lure. Don't do it for free if it usually costs money. VIRGO Be careful out there, and don't let them do it to you or do it to them. Attractive as all of the possibilities of love are, you don't have to try them all out. Flirt and have your fun; but wait before you embark on anything serious. LIBRA Bide your time. Plan, but don't commit; listen but don't over­do. Be aloof from the pressures that surround you until the fog clears. Use your famous Li bran charm to keep from making an­y definite commitments in a new area. SCORPIO Take a lesson from your astrological opposite at this time and be a bull. Forge ahead on the path that is indicated, and keep on plugging at the work that has to be done. Ignore the envi­ous and the picky. SAGI TT ARIUS If your schemes seem to have limited financial potential, that may not be important. The satisfaction that you get from them is great, and their growth may prove to be surprising. Real re­ward comes from them in one way or another. CAPRICORN People like you are able to recognize the old problems-like money and sex-and just write them off as facts of life. That's a good solution; better yet is the glimmering of a new way to confront those problems and at least lessen them. AQUARIUS A new sense of responsibility has made some of your more frivolous questions at least obsolete. The heat of your flame is in your mind now, and some of you Aquarians may come up with radical new visions. What sign could express them bet­ter? PISCES Are you a gardener? You should be. Your garden could be one of several types, all sharing in common the ability to bring riches from the dark places. Your capacity for nurturing is great, and many kinds of nourishment can be called on for growth. Sunday July 9th 6pm Sharp An All Male Revue presented by David Carpenter CANDIDME MR. 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