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Title Montrose Voice, No. 466, September 29, 1989
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date September 29, 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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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
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Transcript Main Street's 'Fanny' Montrose Voice Preview, p.5 Judge rules for Metro in contempt hearing MONTROSE VOICE THE NEWSPAPER OF MONTROSE D O:ommunit11 lJuhh•lun!I l!:um~m1 , 0 f R I DAY September 29. 1989 D oUE 466 MONTROSE WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY Partly cloudy and mold. sllgh1 Chlr< JI aHE m sncwers Ho lh 1n th m1<1 8( >W! 1he I >We. 601 Dist. Court Judgl' Dn"id Wl·•t Tuled Monday. Ht•pt. ;!;,, thnt' .. ·as insufficient ev1dt•twt· to !ind Metropolitan l'rani<Lt Authority in conlt'mpt of court in tht· hil{hly publicized Telli"°n H•. Ml'lro" lawsuit Candidates restate slogans at brief Montrose forum By ~Hrnl l'OllE'.\ IJARBONN~ Front runninjl' mayoral l'.'.andidtttt .. Kath~· Wh1tmirt· and Frffi llufh1·1nz m1•dt> tht'ir fil'l!l (and only annoum~i joint appear»nl'e in the Mon\rt>6t' area Tue.da~· ni¥ht. St·pt. :.!I>. at Hcrin¥ ~kmorial MNhodist C:hun·h_ A thirdt·ondidnt1·.lfo1neWalkl'r.alKU partit·ipatl'd in tht' forum organized by tht· ~eartuwn A!<llodatmn. 11 Montrn111• Cl\"if dub Eal'h nrndidntt· w1111 aJlm.,t>d fiH~ minutt· tu sp1:ak and It'll minu1.t11 tu answer QUt'><tion11 from the audil'n1·v Whitmire and lfoflwinz both appearffi w .. ary from the campai1w trail. and both rehedhe11\·ilyunpn:nously111.8tl"d 1lo11an11 and po~1tiun~ on key inuu. Thi• HouKton Polin• J>...·1•artment. 11treamlinin11 city icovernment, and t't·onumic dl'\'elopmcnt were the f<><:Ut of tht· candidatt'S' 11peechl'll, as 1he~ have bet>n 11ince the campaign11 bt•gan The two f;l't·mOO to avoid even eye contact with t•ach otht>r while l!pt·aking. ru< well Ill• in ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mayural l'ha/1"1lll•'' l'rf'd Jl,,fhf'lnZ NCll't' h111 <'<tu·• at MonlrnH' furum Krf't.-tingmt•mbt-r. .1th1·u1 and tht mt-d1a. und iut·kt'd allt·mpt11 by dw media :o phul<>j(raphnrfilmthtml.oi:eth r. Tht' t1peet·h1·11 t'<'h>tod thl• t•ampaign ad\t•rtil.i·ml'nl3. v.1th Hofhemi declarinit: tht' mayo hrut ··Jm11 lwr mom1•ntum .. and 18 nolnni.::t'refk•:t1n·,nndWh11mir1• d .. pict1nl(ht'ropJl(•nt·nt 11t111 rnan ""1th "icuud int1·nlio1ui · wh' accompli11hl'd nuthinl( whilt· in offke. Hoth n•pt•ntl"d their tn\·itatiunK tu '"fompart· tht· rt'<'t•rdK." Both lloflwuu, who 1·urr1·ntl.\­hv1'! 1 in Montro•H·, unc! Whitm1n· a Kt·lf dt·11t"ril1t-d "]onll' tim1• ll'"idt·nt oftht· innn1·Hy, fir .. t in Montro"e and n .. w 1n the He1ich1.>1"-laiddnim to "Rl(rl'lll dl'al ol pridt• in this nl'il(hborhoocl'- Th1·y addreued 11111uet1 of t'Onn·rn to ~!ontnJIM rt'llidenlK-1thandont-d b 1ld11 !I'll. t'nfoTl.'t.-ml'nl u1 city ordmann>11. AIDS nnd w11thhorhood developm1;>nl 11'.Uard1·dly how('\'l'r. '1111:= only when que.tioned hy th~ uudi 1n· Walkf'rdn·"" .ipp lOlll fron tht• larict•ly "pr1~pLt1nn1n11 d1 m-, forhervww•on lancluaezonin& t'l<J)t't:tally wh1•n>!ht·rt·\·N1l .. d11T shirt wh1C"h rt'ad ''I'm not afraid to soy tlu· Zword.' ~ht• aeemcd ht'>!lltllll wht•n 11u1 ... t1oii.cd about oth1-r i1111ut ... W11lk1•r.1>uhl11<h1•r r llou!lllln Downtown ~1> i.:m~int· i!I aHtnund1advo.-11ltoo •ningand Munday"11 cuntt'mpt ht•arinjl' 11temmeci from the plainufl, Mil'.'.helle Telliaon"11 all1;>11atiun11 1hat Metro and it.I 81{1.'nl.li disobeyOO an Aug. 23 court urdt'r to refram from Ct'rtain ae!iulUI, according to Telliaon"• attorn .. y Phy!li11 F~·e. Fry., 11aid th., injunction on Ao11:- Z.:! t'nJuinl'd Metro and iliJ llfl't•ntll from dia<:OS!ling St'Jt, rt-adinll'. m11tt'rial or the law~uit with 1't-lliKon. and actmil man mappropni•tt• ur unprofchKional mannn. Thl' rehtrictions includt•d '"rudE· and curt remark11, j1•rking n'o·lliton) around in ht'r wht•t•kh11ir. und refusing to helptht·r)throu11:hthe front door of h.,r pil·kup poiot or dt•11tination.'" among other thin1111. Frye said \fa.nir Kath_, Wh1lmirt' Nrt't'I• .\lo /l'OI<~ r<IW-en/11 al .\'1"Qrtmu1 ·hao 1a1wnm•·•·f1nl{ l'·rye had t·ned ~ 111·1mn111· incidenui in whil·h T..!lison hurl allegedtheord1·rswt'n·i¥nor1-dhy MetroLift dnn·ros within tht' 22 days from Aug. 26tuSt•pt. ;t9. Tho judge.howe\·er.ruledthatbecllu"" nut all partlt'S n<•W n.imt-d 1n tht> lawsuitwerecitt-dintht'('<•nt<·mpl filing. there was in11ufficient e\·idt'nre to find \h-tru soll'iy. in contempt h1u madt- tht· 111101· th•• roner11tont of ht-r campa111:n ph•Uorm Sht>"" as th1• onh- 1..-r· known C"<lndidate to appt•»r at the forum . .,.·hich fol wt-d '.\• u owns rell'.I Jai rr~ntl ly Hofh mz. whe1 ~u 11t1ont"G ahoul 1s llt.'lna 01 tht> zoiinl( l&llU• eaidhewas ·m 1n a\·oruf ·J thinkthe1zo1 ir l()quet<tiun m tht· futon- "om1·wh1·n· llnuston"s i•l{encla rill'.ht n'"' 111 tu 111·t tht• K~m .. my tnl(t•!ht. 811'.air ht- ABI I ill' C"lllil'd tht• i""Ul' t'<>mpl1•x Wh11min· aid not comnwnt :lin .. :tl~· on th1· 1<ubJ~'<'t, hut m1 itiuned heradmm111trauun hruo ta• klt·d n1;>i¥hhorhoc1d .and <1.11.nJity ofh(1· pmgram11;· and 11aid thal "atronjl' 1Hd•n<h1p"' ill 1•11111ntinl to contim Lnfl' 11ul·h J>l'Otil'P.nlK On •th..r a11ut'll. llnfht'inz 1·nt1cued rh ma\·or appc>mtt-d put Iii housing authunty for Frye ilCCllsed Ml'lro and tht> variou11otheral{endewinvulve<lin the MelroLLft pro'°'am ol pa11111njt: the buck ""The~··re all aayinK ·not me:··she11aid. puttr:ig lund1 111tu clu .. tt-r houses Telh11on is a handiu1>J>t'<i n th.. auhurhs 111 .. u·ad of lesbian who has charj!'.t'd Mt'lm Mlem1•11nl' to_rt·vitalile mnl'r city ~;~~-~~c::iZ.~~~ii:',~':1!1h,~~~:::iit 1•nw1.t><, \\h1tmtrt· pntiK('(I the filed originally in April. l!J1'1'1. workutth..(;.r,•;1t..rllnu11tnnAllJ8 allegew the di><niminaunn i>< Alban .wh1(·hbroull'.ht"'allofthe illeJCal be<-a•i11t1 it LOok pla,-,. ou u 1 I l \'an I govt•rn ment tax su p1iurted pul>lit· n11•·n1fr .und1·r om· umhri•Ha transportation "y11t1•m and 2nd Richmond digging could have been avoided, Ryan says bt-cau .. e Telli11un is h1111dit·nppNI with ce!l'bral pal"Y and 111•\'l'rt>ly limited in hi•r tra\·d t•huic '"She waH f'Sllentiol\y a •llPllH audience to the d111cnmmation if she wanted to travel 11t all" Fr~·1· Haid H\-· SHERI COHJ•:r\ DARBOZoo;~E !"he ~lontrQ8(' \"010• A laek of communication betwt'<'n two brancht•s of the 1<rune eitv department t'tiuld C.Jl:ll HoUst.on half a million dollars and Montrot<t· residt•ntJ!, busines:. ownefll and motorists anotht·r year of inconvenien('('. ("ity {"{Juncil ml'mber Vince Ryan said thi11 week Ryan, who represent1-1 Council Dist. C which includes Montrose, called tht• currtnt uprootinJ;" of Richmond strt"t•t to install a water line thl' result of "the left hand not knowing what the right hand was doing." A stret>t widf'ning project involving thl' same slrt'tch of Montrose thoroughfare was romplt>tt-tl lt.,•s than three yean; ago m_·,·111 em· b<·mN tom up Qfl .... asa.111 a11 the C•t.v u1Btalh pipe• tu mm·t u·at,.r from thf' rrut., "" nl"-'1/ ~th" Hi;h1:neond~ i:!tl:;~ ~:~entri:~ Hnult-vard and thl' Southwest Fn .. ·way. arl' bt>ing dug up ngnin whill' tht• t'ity installfl a fi6 ill(·h watl'T line to move walt.'r from ils east end purification plont to the west side of llout<ton. Jack Gilliam. a 1<pokt•t1man for the city's Puhlic WorkR department. which hWI bt't•n undl'r<.:ritit'iSm from City Controller George (;reanins· office and other city otfil'iah1 bt-t·auMt' ofthe projeet. Haid tht· confuHion could not han· btt-n avoi<lt-d The timing was off' Gilliam said, noting that the d1·HiKn planH for the i;treet widt•ning w1•re done in 1980 and the dl•dt1ion to run the llipt•s for lhl' preHent project down Richmond was not made until 1987. Work on the street widt•ning was already in progress before the key pr('liminary decision!:! on the waterprojet:t, Gilliam claimed continuNI page 3 An intert"t<lmg dt•vplopmt·nt 1n Monday'11 he11rin11 111 lht• testimony .,f Jm1 1..aull'hlin. Metro'" supt'rvisor t•\t'I" thj MetniLift prngrnm. Fryt' a111cl Laughlin tt'Stified h•· wa11 nl'\'t'f made aware ol th., deUul11 ol th., lawsuit. the dl'poslliun m January. I~~. o- tht· rt'n•nt iniunction heannfl' unti.1 earlit"I' thi~ month FD·e said numerou11 cumpla1n111 were made h.Y Tt'llison 1md ht·r mother to Kt·vin ~11-Gn~vt"y. Laughlin's Kt'CQnd in t~•mm11nd Laughlin said tht• ('<impluintM wereneverreportt·dtohim Laughlin also daimt•d h"' h .. nrd about tht· injunction hE·nring through the mOOia. and wiu; Kl\'l·n nodt-tailK by either hiH Hu111·n-1Kor11 or Metro attorney"s, Fryt' said The trial 111 t1eh1•riull'd for t\u\' " Community Alliance kicks off campaigns New drug DDI to be distributed early The Community AllianCt' of Houston and Community Alliance Political Action Committee hl'ld a "'Campaign Kickoff· Tut'Hda}·, ~pt. ~6 at Cody's Mayor Kathy Whitmire, State Comptroller Bob Hullock. State fuasurer A nn Rit'hard11, mayoral candidatt> Frrd Holheinz, &on . Chet Edward11. Rep. Al Edwards and City Councilman Anthony Hall all sent representativt"H lo appear on their behalf In atU>ndam·e were the following electro officials: City Controllt-r Gffirgt• Greania11. Rep. Debra Danburg, Sen Craig Washington. County Treasurer Nikki Van Hightower: City Council members Vint'e Ryan and 1-;\eanor Tinsley and Judges George Ellis. Eric Andell. Judge Woody Ill·n!'en, :Sht'ila Jackson !..ef', David Petronella and Carl Walker: Other t'andidates attending were John Odom, running for attorney general; Katy Caldwell, for county treasurer; Kathy Stone. fordistrit'tJudge; Ron nie U..pow, for city eouncil: Charlie Baird. for criminal court of appeals Justice and Mike Charlton. for chair of the Harris Coun1y Democratic Party Over 200 people attended the kickoff Hy GARY Sll.\'t:RMA'.\ WA.."iHl:.O:GTON 1t:l'il- Thi l(U\' ernmt'nt annnum'ttl Thu!'llday it approved tht• early diHlt'bution ,,f a prom111in11 new AIDS dn1ic.1Jlll. dewpite r~ent findm¥• thut hi¥h do11eecancau>1est·\·ert·aidt't>ffectll. The drug will bt•d1Mtribu1t-d fo free by iUt manufadurt'r, RriKtol· My1•rH Co. ot~ew Yurk. tu putlt•nlll who cannot take AZT-tho· only government·approvt-d drug to at tack dirt'(;tl.v the AIDS \"iru11· ·lw· Ml'anwhile, the gnvt•rnml'nt and Hri11tul-M~·t•r11 will ('.ondutt clinic trialsinvolvinll'.21-itlOpeuplt· with AID~ or AJl)S R1·la1t-d ('om· plex to dt'lt'rminl' whe~lwr lllll ill 81lfeenuu11htubeapprovedhythe Food and Drug Adm1niatratio "The epidemic of AlllS 111 x 1ranrd1nal')·. and must t... met ... -uh t'Xtraordinary measurt'tl. Smn• UJ)( iK still an expt'nmtnU\] drue, it m•Kt t... tt'lttt'll cttrt'(ull~- nd ~m• Irate afetrande ry lwtore it can bt' apprU\'N, FDA t'ommiNioner Frank Young 11aia m makin11th1 •nl(·awaitt'<! announe•:ment w .. believe. hoWt'\'er. thin it 1K important toofferth.,druiinuwll people with AIDS for whum thl' 11tandard treatment ofzido\·udint· CAZT1 is nut an optmn t•\-t•n thoui.:hthl'reflre!H•mepott·ntinlly 1<t'TiouKsideeffects JnJum-. scienti11U1 rniHt·d hnJ-<. .. about DnI by di11closingl'flrh tt·11t Tt'SU I ts 11howin¥ that did1·oxymo11ine ("(lmh11t11 th1· Al [ )S viru11 in patil.'nts and appean·d eu tuxic than AZT Kut. 1ttordinf,: to tht' ~at1on11l lna1it1 ll'<>f Allerl(y and lnll·ctio1 lh11e191 , some patien111re·1·ivinlo( high c l>llt'8 of DUI during rt"' 1t \1'8111 aufft'Tffi painful ner.-1· diro· 11'.e '!ltheirfe+.•tand,l1·s11commm y, m their pancll"a11 "he plan to mBkl' llUI wi1 h uvai ah b f,.re final FUA al>' yrov,i.. fit11 in with a gruwmg mon me 1t to d1·\·elop a ··parallel" tr11ck for tnUnjl' drug• that may help tht·det<1H!ra1ely ill l·nd1·r11u1·hanapproa1·h.J)t'Qple with 1ift--threah'nm¥di11e1U1ea are ¥iVl'l1 at.'t't'llll to promisinK drug11 for frtt nftl'r they haH been found saf .... hutbt.·forethe_\·areconclu AIDS rt'l<t·an·ht•rH nnd activisUI hailed thl' announcement by the t-"DA and thi•l'ational Institutes of flt-nlth. ond 11ugg1·11t1-d that re­Ht• affh t~iuld dt-termin., DD! dull' a11e11 thur would lw t'ltl'ctive with· out1·au&Ln11'.airit·t'ltect11. "Sidi· f'fft'<·t11 havt•n 't <>ecurrOO in nil pntie11t.11 and only abti\·e acer tain do194· 1tnd l•I a <1•rtain umtO:' 11aid \la1hildt' Knm. cn·chairwum· nn of th1· ,\mencan Foundation forAllJSH.'St·auh. ··Theweaideef· !ccta11rer1•\·1nihl ifthedoA»l(eis revt•n•-d ur thi· trt'atmt·nt is 11toppe:f It is expect;;-d lhat clunn1 th dmical trial a. 11-ient11<lll will monl tor whether DIJI can h .aed in ('.Ombinatiun with AZT MOllt experui haH· com., l• llt"­Jieve ~hat no 11in11"ledrug will l·un• AIDS and drugs will han· to bt.• used in combination. Krim 1<uid thereare'"early indkntiun11''1hot aometitrain11ottht·All)S\·iruK.rl'" si>1tant to AZT are nut re;ii"lflnt to UDI ""The way theM' kind of drufl'>1 canbeusedinthetuturt·willlwto use one over a .. ho rt period oftimt· and 11.,.itch to theutht·r bt.·lon· re­siKtan «' dt'vt•Jop11," ~he said Althou11h AZT rnn prolong hit., it l'.'.auses severe ant·mta mahout half of AIDS patit'nl>! and man~ ha~-e to und1•r110 blood tran11fu s1unsor1nopl.8kinl{thedro11.AZl is notacu!l'forAILlS-nonehaio been found- but it slowa theon >j\aughtoftheillneeaand<•PJ>OrlU· nll!tic disea~es 8811UC1atOO with il. 2 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29. 1989 Activists file civil suit against 'skinheads' Sundeck Indoor Swimming Pool Hy 6ANDY SARD~Ll..A WASHINGTON 1t.:Pl1-Gay ac· t,ivist11aidThunidayaci.,,ilright1 suit.behe.,,edtobethefir11tofit1 kind. hu been filed again11t mt·m· hers of a neo-Nazi "akinheads" group who allegedly attacked a man because he i11 homU11exual The $2() million lawsuit chargea four of the irroup"11 members tiin 1ded oul Rodney Johnson becau11t• of his aexual orientation and "'vi ciously. savagely and without provocation"" auacked him with b8.lleball bat11 near a 11chuol park ing lot on St.opt. 17. l!:INi AfterJohn!JQnfelllotheirround. the alleged skinhead1Jt'tmtinued lo beat him' with all their atrenl(th. all the whileshouungwith theoth Pr defendant8 on the a<"t."nt· ·dw. faggot. die:·· the 11uit chargt11. .John11-0n. 37, 11ufll'red multiple broken bonet1andafractured11kull in the attack The defendant8 named in the civilauitalsofaceacriminaltrial in D.C. Superior Court No\·. 6 Skinheads are a I001Jely knit group often identified by their shave-cl heads and heav,y steel toed boots. They are belil'ved re- 11pon11ible for a rise in anti-gay as- 11aull8 nationwide in recent yean1, the 11uitcharges "ltiahardforsomeonenotpree­ent at thl· attack to comprehend the incredible hatred that thet1e gang members felt and still feel to. wards me because I am gay:' John 11on >1aid at a ne..,·s conferen<'t' Thun1day. "I am completely dis &'Uhted by this kind of group v10- ltnl'(·. As a society. we cannot al lo" hatt--moti•·ated violence by ltnce again»t leehiam and gay 'The skmhtad.11 artn"t a bunch offootl00lltrebt-l11withoutac11u11e. the,··re a hat<· Kn>up:' 11aid RoKt·r l.K>~ghty, pn".llldtnt oftht• Gay and ~hian A<"tivi11l8 Allianct' of Washington, ll.C. -~rht ni![ht thty beat Rod John.11<m. thty had a tar get, they Wt'rt' out to KH 'a faggot John11on'e attorney11 with tht' Lambda IA"l(al Defen"e and Edu cation Fund •aid thl•.\' hopt• the suitend.11an ·'opcn•t·u11011"ofvio­lt'nce against !(a.VII nationwidt Wetuoktherourttorevitwala" pa!Nlel'.I by tht· L'nitt'<I ~tatu Con· !['Ttu more than IOU )'t'ar11 al(o,' •aid Paula L. fo:ult>hri<"k. L.llmb­da'a le11al direc.'lor. "Thul law. which "'""called tht l\u l\lux th""" gan![S to continue· l\lan At'l. prohih1t.1 two or mun· Tht· Ja..,11uit, filed &pt. lfa. 1,; pt-oplt• from con><pirinl( to "illlllle 11upported b)· a COJU<ortium of th<· Cl\·il ril(ht• of anuther pt'r11on groopt1 working to combat vu>- Tht ~kinht· 1<l>< art'tht· prl'>ot·nt-day embodiment >fan or![anized hate group' The ci\·il ,.uit char![es lOalleiced members of tht ,;kinht>adii and th rl't' of their par£-nl11 with con11 pir· acy to •·Wlate oomotitutional and 11tatutory rights. a~sault, battery. and inttontional infliction of emo­tional distret<s. The parenl8 are named for allegedly permittini( the skinhead ncti .. ity to continue Gaya(·tivi11tgToups11aythecivil 1:1uit mark,; the first timt' a victim of anti·l!(a.\' \·iolen<'t' hM 11ut'<I al· ltgtd members of a skinhtad Thi11cast'st'nd,.11m~ai,:eto 11kinhtad and otht·r organized halt' irroup>- that we're ![Omtf to fight back not only in <Timinal court. hut in Ci\'i] t~>urt 8.11 wtll.' 1<11id Ke•·in 8erril. anti-•·iolt·nl'f.' pruJect directur for tht Natmnal (;a)· and Let.bian Ti;.;k Fon·t· Sauna Steam room Whirlpool Eurotan Tanning Bed Wide Screen Television Private Video Rooms 4 Video Channel Weight Area 30 Day Workout Pass $25.00 no otht'r membt'rship required I fOR 6 MOl"TH MlMBERS Ol"LY· Half Price Rooms & Lockers Sam· l l :45pm TUESDAY- LOCKERS WEDNESDAY-SINGLE ROOMS THURSDAY-1/2 PRICE LOCKERS Washington announces bipartisan support in race ~-I H,.Clr~ a D.iy' A ~Jlc P!..lC·toMec1 -~100 fAl\1"11\ HOLSTOr.:. TX 7l~l U2-2H9 By JERI CJ..At.:SJr.;G AUSTJr.; <l'.l'll- Eighlt't·n 11tatt' St'nator>1 havt• t'ndor11l-d llou11ton St•n Cruiic WtU1hinicton'11 bid to 1>ucct-edthe lute Mickey Lt.Jundm Conl(rf'll11, b1partisunsupportthat Wu1:1hinl(ton Monday 11aid indi cate11 hi11 dedi<"ation to making government work ''I"d likt to think that what it demom1tr11tes i11 that I hun- tht ability to find mmmon Kround amonj( people:· said W811hm![ton, who according to a ntw poll is <>nt ol two fnont runneni m the crowd· edfitldofcundidate11forthet<;ov. 7 epecialell'diun Wa11h1nl(t0nilluneolthrl't'11ta~ lawmaken who ha\e announced their intentiom1 to carry on the work of the latt' Demonatit· ton grt'llf;man. who wa11 killed in a plane Crllllh in ~th1op1a Aug. 7 WMhinl(tOn. who h811 11erved m the TexaJ1Lt>f(i11latureforl7yearH. n•lea"ed letters ofaupport from ll Ikm1><:ratic colltagues and 11ix of tht &nale's 11even Republitan m1·mberH at a news confert'nce in thi· St'nate chambers during which he paid 8ecret11ry of State Gt-urgt' Hayoud the $:.!.500 filing fee to have hi11 namt placed on tht hallot I'd like to thmk that the sup­port ol' almost all of my colleaj(Ut'IL dt'mun11lratt'8 thal I can be an ef fl'("tin• J)('nlOn in CongTet111 in working on both sidet< oflht- ai11]1'8 on i1111ut11 that are important tot ht P<'OPlt>. I likt>to thinkthatitdt·m on,.tralt'11 thal l"m well reo;pected in tht Texas Senate: Washington 8illd I am an ardent Dt'lllocrat and my friendsknowthal. Butbt'yond that, after tht' election's over: whl'lht'r the Democrats win or Re· publican11 win. allofusek<.1ed to public office have the11ameduty to try to make the ![Overnment lhat wt function in a better place for thept'Ople" outlawing drug tt•"UI without prob­a blt' ca uRe Thi· senator also 11nid ht• p]an11 to When m l>.illa~ Visn 2~09 Pa,ific. \2141 821-89!19 A J)()IJ puhli11h<'<I Monday showed Wa,.hmgton and Jl ou,.ton Cit\· l'ountilman Anthony Ila.II m 11 ~irtual dt•ud he11t for th<• "Nil The poll.condufted for Thi' Hous ton 1'1»1t 11nd Kll()l'. T\.'. 11howl•d Hall with th1·11upportof:l'i..l 1>l•r· tt·nt thoM: 11urwy1·d. folluw1•d h~ Wa11hington .. 11h:tl.:.!Jlt'ft"l•nt i~sue polic)· p•1t1itiuni+11oon d<·tnil ~-----------------, Stat<• Rt·p. Ron Will'l<m garnt'rt.'d the11upportof7 :lpt·r<'t·ntofthu11e que><tiont-d. Another :17.-1 1wn·<'nl e1thtr rt"fust-d to namt a 1·11ndidau lht")' favor or ¥oere undtcidt·d Wil11onhBBcallt.'donallthet·;1n didatet1loJomh1mint11kinl(drul( lt"Ht., a pn.•pot1al Wao;hington called. ··ofknsive inghi,.plnnntdagt•n<ht forth1•0! fict·.A topprior1t~·.ht•1111id,willht• htalth <"Hrl' for the 11tmr. Thepollof4:!6rt'gillkrt'<l"ott•r" intlwll'lthl'ontrrt11,.1onallJi11trit'l wa>< t'tmducted S!:pt. 14 through 20. It ha>1 a margin o! trror ofJ)]U" orminu115.7f1p1:n·1·nt Although JU JJC<•Plt· han· dt• 1· 1rtd thtircandidacil'fl, only six wt·rt' in th1• ra1·t>whl·n tht· polJ ..,·1111 l'-•mmi~ioned Othen;i in th<' poll w1·n.· l!llntt· Rep. Al Edward" at 2.:\ pt:rcent. ci•k dub prt.11id1·nl Joyte Wil "Anyom· who wvuld g1vt· up Iiams, :u; J)t."rtt'nt and llouNton tht>ir l"<m,.lltutional right• m urdn M·hool board m•·mtwr Elizah.·th tol:N:l•ll'<1todtuoffi<'t'.WOUldsurtly SJHlll'9, l.!l pt•r(·t·nt. Spatt-.11111nN.' gi\·t· up th<· r1ghlll ol tht· 1wopl1· ha.-annuonn-d sht·will not run for who t·k'rt thl·m m urdt·r to r1tay Lelnnd'11 JloUS<' ~•·at. but will in tlt'('lt'd to ConKrl'Nh:· he 11md, not 1<t1.>ad,.et·k11nat·largl·CityC1•um·il in![ Suprt'mt' C'ourt dt'<"U<LOn" por1t 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. American Express At Shipley's, they still have hope by SHERI com :N UARHONNE J'f:M'Montro .. t·Vu1n· •·8e(o that group right thtre'! They"ve beton coming ht·rt11mft' I WW1aboutl4yt"anold andthat tableoverthere,theGrtoek11.Lotsof thl'lll'Pf"Op]e..,ert'tummirhuelonK bl-fort'l1tartt'dworkm1[her .. ;·11aid Mary Lou Hrndy, givma: a quick ovttv1ew of the cu11tomer11 at Shiplt'y·s durina a bwiy "'~kday lunch The time fram~ 11he rtfeni to -·uld cwt&1nly attetot to th~ cutomeni· loyalty: Brady hu het"n Workmgtht'rt'lor</l:lyt'ani r\ick ~mf'l'il. owntt u(tht40- narold donu111hopdintt Bl tht cornttofWestGrayand Dunlavy, pulllitmoreph1l011ophicallyBrady andthrttotheremploy-havt'a record of aerv1ce that togethtr ··totale about l:.!O year11. That"• about30yearseach." he881d. f:rn .. 11t !..troy •Bia Joe" Turntr, the cook. i11 atiotherwhohaa1tayedthroua:htht yeart1. Utmt'ria pomted out Cuetomer1. whoran11efrombh.w collarworkcre.ehif\workeni.1trttt type1andafterhourecrowd11towtll dreMt'd River Oakil 11hoppen, dtpendm11 on the day and hme have a ttndtncy to kttp cummg b•ck. the employ~• da1m. Tht busiesthouniarebetw~ntiOOem and :l:OO p.m. The 11hop IB open :l4 htiul'8, ... ,·en de~·· a wl't'k For the pa11t month. Shipley'• C111tomn11 and Ion![ l•ml' north Montr08t •N1dtnlll havt' het"n asking what thtycoulddoto1aH what thty co111nder a nt111hborhuod in1titution. On Aua:. ',!!, tht AM BURGERS e-e-f -S-te-w 'ehiU l\-'1111reu Mar} Lou Brady hu bttn u"<Jrkms ot lhi· \f,.11t liroy dml'r :.!H }t·ar1 Montr._\'oicepublishedastoryb} Octuhtr Thi' t'C'ntl'r iM lo ht built in Richard V Wttkt'll which 1tated the thrl't' phasee, tht lir>1t l'>ntammic rt'><taurant would be ''bulldozed a11 i0.U0011quaref.,..t, tht·•t'tundphA.ie 16 ant'll of We..t Gray front11e iii will add 1:.!to l.'>wnan1>1andthel1.111 cleared" to makt way for tht' ne"' will brin1e tht total of bu11111t·1111 R1•erOak11Pla2a11hoppingcenter. Mpaef'll lo arvund X°>41l Th .. ar .. a Smet' then. Jim Cumming1 of oovt'rt'dw1lll..-houndedh}·llun!a•·y. l.t\'CUT Inc. haa .11aid that Wau![h. Clr11y and Clay. ('ummmp n>11MtruC1iunofthefir1>tphll8('ofthe •aid C't'nteri811eheduledtobel{ininm1d contmu00paa;t4 We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice VOTE• VOTE VOTE CHARLES "cut-up" GEORGE City Council at-Large Position I I. Police reporrs on ossoulrs 2. Enforce Penal Code 36.08 ogoinsr police officers toking free meals, oporrmenrs, etc. 3. Punch clock notions for police po rrols 4. Auxiliary police force wirh warch I freeapartmenu - Auxiliary Police Force ti rm elected I will work for an APF to enable quahf1ed concerned c1t1zens to patrol their own neighborhoods with a city mamu1ned vehicle. Also, If police patrols are requ•rt'd tohavt' punch dock rowers stat1onsthec1t1zensw.llfeelassuredtheyaregewng 5. Video rope school sysrem & home the prom:t•on they deserve swdy -Cobbie Shield Ordinance 6. Cobbie shield ordinance Many Houston cab dnvt"rs hav" been robbed and murdered by a nder from the back sut I propose 7. Nighr Clerk shield ord. (huller proof that all cab companoes oper.i.ting in thf' coty of shield) Houston be rf'quir"d to inst.al a bullet proof shield bt"h1nd the front seat Or~;n~~::oyee (ingerprinrlphoro l.D. -Video Tope School Sysrem 9. Equal rights ro sofe, clean sex ~:1~:~na~!~~.~:~ ~r~~~::~/t~~r ;~:;;:;~:~:a 10. Change Lee's Fonrosy to chasing own home by video cassette tapes and burg/ors, cor thieves, armed robbers ond ~::~:~~~~~~cs~~~;~~::~:t:t~ew~:~~~;n public murderers instead of copping our on gays, school system to have a s<orehouse of educational lesbians, johns ond coll girls and tr.i.mmg tapt's. Teachers will still be nt't'ded for -Police Reporrs tutorial assistance and gr.i.dmg homf'work and tests A few years ago I was kmfed on the JOb by a co- - Employee l.D. Ordinance worker. I wu tht'n taken to the hospital The For security reasons all employers w1th111 the ci ty receptionist callt'd thf' police and when :he officer hmlts of Houston should mamtam a St't of arnved he took a repon. Howevt'r, no report was f1ngerpro11u and color photo of their employees. I'm foled on the incident. I appt'ared before Houston City sure local authorities will assist in this effon CounCll and received a lettt'r stating it was standard -Changing Lee's Fonrosies policy not <O file reporu on assaults We're all famoloar w.th how lht' police expt'nd large -Police Gifl Taking amounts of tax money and manpower settmg up Texas Per1al Cod" 36.08 states •t 1s a clan A tr.i.ps 10 catch sexwil ··wrong-d°"n" I would like <O m1sdemunor for an officer to acCt'pt a gift from chang" Lee's fantas1H to chasing burglars. car anyone w•thin hos 1unsd1ct1on. It •s common th1evt"s. armed robbers and such •nstud of copp+ng knowledge that officers take frt'e meals and possobly out on gays. lesbians. iohns and call girls Klan wants to join state Adopt-A-Highway prog;;;·"W,."" "0 "'":•EVkO•C•' arw1c to RAl.EH:JI. ~(' 1l"l'I• Th• ~urth mtere..t1•deaninguptheh1ghway the~·rt'thatf. rr d .. 11h 1ttl"r·· Klangroupll "haveahi•tor)·ole. nt~ t< bo takenmtoaC'«lunt"hen ;:r:~:~:::U~11,nll:p:;,,\~lfl'nc~ref~~ 11h" .aid. ··1 ,.under if 1he 1n1Cn s. 'rt'"\ 11,· •h<i p.1ann•-d 1., 1errur111t organization. not a c1v1L :~;11rtn::0~eihmTk:11,'::,~i°;~:i;1~;~ be honored ren•·"'· to an 11pplicallon by a Ku "'ll'lln't there if tht')' would do it. if cuntrn·t th IKff thl' mattl"r. or1u1.niiation I thmk thal h11<lt•r) 1i11n up that .a~·• Ku Klux Klan on Kh.1x K!an duiptn I<> J"Ln the Ml8lt' a thr h111hwaY:' N•d St•gre.t U1onnt<Wara1t"J.,.1llbt-honorf'dby tht' Human R11(hb Campai1m l'"und inW1U>hmgtonOcl., Adopt A H1Khway prt>l(rttm But Rocky Chapman. tht> e:utlted Tht- pr<>lfTtlm allu"• en c)·doμs of the lnnt1ible Empire or111U'ill11\uint<>""lldnpt"11•tret1;hof li.nil{htll·chaptermReid.eville.t\.(' Author han l.t'bow1t2 will be hohte~•forthegala.wh1l'hw1llC't'l• brate Warwick'11 work nn hl"haltof AIDS re><tarchand utht"rcharitwl\ hiichwtiy to l'll"an httt'T from tht' 11111d h1M group will M'f'k oourt oction roodHLdN. Tht- Htntt- prn<t.o a Jlrttn LI thl"1r1111plit·at"'" i11rl."jected and,,.h11t-•11en<'fl"dllml(tht-1CWUP •·11"et-l1t'aoure<1nat1tution11lright Th1• lfoc:kml(hum C'ounty chapt<•r to 11dop1 a hiJ(hwa~-:· l'hapman told of Thl' ln•1Mhlt· EmpLrt• Kml(hl>I. 11 Tht• ~1·w11 and Obt<ervl"r of Raleil(h ~Kl~l~:i1l~.~:::~ :~ :;.~0~~'.~:raw:rd on ~:,~~;n~~.~~~·h:n;a;i:.:i;~v~u\~e~~: Dressing Cher tryml(todo11omcthml{l(oodforthe Tht· rt•qu1·1t h111 bt~·n rt'<'t•Lved and ,.,.·n· r1·\·1>·wm" it.and I dun"t h!IH mu<·h to add lo that: 11aid Jamt·~ Su11hrut·. 11M11U.tnn1 H'<'fl•lar~· of tran~pnrrnuon fur txwrnal aff1uu. ··11111nutti1111u1tlrl"qUt~tand th1·n·fon· 1tWnot bt•m11ha.ndh'l.lm th1·u111,11tlmunnt'f."" A Khm,,.·utt·h j{l'<.•U)> Thuni.da~· &uLdth r1ct~\lo[roup1Kll\lt•mphngtn JU-llfy !lllelf t1nd Tl'<."TUI\ II<'" ml"mbe .. thrn1111h thl' -t.ik c1\·1c prol(Tt1m I think th1·y·r,. t~·ing Ii> lti:11m12t· th1·in1t<ln•11 by UMl!ll( a m1•an11 th11.t gt'mnnt, c1vicmmd.-d or)lllllllntionsullt'tnimpruvt'lif,.for pt>opit'.· 11mcl ~abS•·l{Tl'>llnf!\;urth CaruhnwnM Al{1tm11t R11e1al and Rt-!il(1UU11 \'1ul1•nt.,. I d"n't thmk thr1r pnmary (~:~:;h~~·'retryin1etodt'11nupNorth gets ugly North Carolma Civil L.il:M:'rues l'nion t'X('l.'UUV1• d1r~tor Jaml'8 HobMackie.tht·d1-Mignl"r"hooome11 ~~~:\~:r .. :~.~~· ("~~.'.fuJ~~~~ it=~~~:~ ~~.\':I~~* l~:::h,:~!dd:I~~~:.~~: {:~~ dt·n~· partit·1pauon of on)' group in he.- ¥Omet1mu get loud and ooal'llt tht pruirmm. mdudLnJ( the Klan. 'Somet1mt'b I "ant Iii *lap her; ~t~· fl'.Ul'IMI ill that tht>y probably Mackie t.:old tht Bo.;ton llerald 11hnulrl not:' he 11aid , ""But then I want to hug her. She A ruad 1• ~·{"t to bt· dt"t<ignated for get.II mad at me She call11 mt< name11 tht" 11roup'11 dt'an up t<ffort. but You don"t want to h .. ar thl'm. She ('ht1pman 11aid a local geli:lpn:-tty11tdl)'att1ml'tl.Bu1that"• .ranKportat1on official lk"fl'UBded part of htr J>('f>K•naht~ Th., J(l"t8t him tot"httnjl'.t' tht·orijfinalreque.;t thmgaboutt'hl'rU. .. ht""• !1'alhon bft·tiulll' th .. road wiw m an art'a est. ~he say11 Lt tht "'ay 11he""" Lt. ht<ll\ il~· populatt'd by the black Her hone>1t)' 11 htt m1101t redttmm11 ra~-e:· ft<atuft'-not t.o ml"ntion that ¥hl'• l'h•· .. 111t-111I 11a1d there wu rotagrt<atbody,too " <"<>nr..rn pt-<>plt· wvuld purpoi1t'b' Mackit ¥a~·11 l'h.,r'• problem i• dum11 traKh, t:hapman 11aid ~~=~taht wan1.1; h .. creallona o\·er Rights groups brief Congress on students, sexual identity ltellher&hl"canthavethemlllli 1100naa~hewant.J>andaht<1ay1.·0h God. therl' he gon 111eam: ·Mackie $Bid A coeJIUOn of lea.dlng gay and lesbian civil rights groups education organiZaU.ons f'808nt.J.y preeentad a special Senate and Houee brlef\ng on the unport.anoe of PI"OVldin4 students wtt.h pos1uve Information and coW"ISelll.ng oonoerrung thetr ll8XU&l ldenuty The briefing oomes In response to attacks In Congre. &g&1nst. programs that ectucate and oounael yuut.hon ll8XU&l k'8ntJt,y,a.ndtoa reoentHealtha.ndHumanServlO!lll report that revealed gay and leebl&n teenagers are more llk.ely to attempt suicide than other yow.h 'Wt want.toectucateandlnform ··recruit.ad'· into homoeexuallt,yars extremely dangerous to the health or AmeMca.n youth'.' sald McPeeley 'i'heee peroept10ns, combined wtth Oongree&1onsl sta1'f on &doleeoent sexual ldenUty tssuee and help dlspsl oommon misoonoepUons about gay and lesbian students:' said Tim McFeeley, execuuve director of the Batlonal Gay Communlly JlotH Human Rights Campaign Fund. HRCF the largest. nsuonal gay and lesbian politic&! org&nlzaUon. waa a sponsor of the brleflng.oneofthet1rstof the lack of posit.Ive educat.lon programs on sexual it.y. fuel homophobia and gay and lesbian tee~e all nauoTL' dpeakers at the b1 Leflng included Vt -gtnia Uribe, founder )f PrQJect 10. an Its k1.ndlnC:Ongrese.lonsl hlstory. ··PeroepUons that young gays a.rs "Just got.ng through a phase"' 1IU\(Vat1Vtl lD19 Angel!!6 School Olst.t1CI. program that pl'OVldlle about their sexu&llty. are oounselors. teachers and students mala¢usl8dandmentallylllorars with aocurste 1fl'JrmatJ o;:i and oounselllng on IBBueB of sexual ldenucy. and Ann Thompson Cook. direetor of INSl'I'E, the Institute of Sexual Inclusiveness through Training and Educ&t.lon, an organization that provides oomprehens!V9 Wonn&Uon about sexuallt,y and health for youth and people who work wtth young ""G""a"y and youth advocat.6e reallZed the need for a greater awareness of gay and leebl&tl youth 1ssues when. during last year's dl.lb&l.e on the Labor. Health and Human Services Appropriations bill. Sen. Gordon Humphrey :R-NH Jl'fared an extremely anU·g&y amendment. aimed at students The amendment., killed In oonferenoe oom.m1ttee. attempted to ban f\md1ng for school d18tMct8 when mat.erl&ls. curriculum or programs .. promote or enootll'&ge homoellXu&ltcy·· or \l8e words statl.ng I.hat homosexual1t,y 18 normal:· ··natura1:· or '"health.Y" This year Rep. William O&nnemey!!r ( R.-Callf > attacked PrqJect 10 and at.tempted to otfer an amendment slmllllLI' to Humphrey's Act.MstS ex1)8Ct. th1B 1sau11 to &rtSe ag&1n t.h1s month when the Senate debatee the new appr )prl&tlons bill Councilman: Another dug-up Richmond could have been avoided Safe Sex Workshop by AFH this Friday, Sept 29, 9pm Buffet 8pm CLUB BODY CENTER 2205 FANNIN From pngl' I K. Eby Construction Co. tht' bun•aucracy Hyan said. Tlw lh•partmt•lll of Public contractor Husint•t>l<es owners in the area, ~:~~a':~~~~"~:' I~~~ d~;~;~:.~s hcou.~v·~~~~:n:~al::.vb",,tttho:f, ~'d'c"o~~n; ~~::~~£~(·~;:{' ~~:i;ar::~~:~ fn;;tallationofthl'Wilkrline11, ... uo:o: .. ...... '" '"'"' whi,·h lwgan Jn11t month, is nmong an·a civie groupi; and ::;~· ~~~1~tN~~~~~~~!~~s:~~: h ··' ] " 1· pl·t·on on the Neartown Bm1ines11 ~e ~l~X:~.l·u~.r 1~~il~dn;l' 1 1;(•t for Alliance in recent wc:>e-ks. Hy an ~~~l!rojl•<:t. the councilman ~:~1;~;:~t ';!0~t·~r~~~~~ ~: ~~·t:e;:,~~;t~~el~~:~e~·~.~ Gilliam said the critil·ism is Buffalo SJX"t•dway i11 Aug. thedoublt'diggingmightha\·e ~~~,~nd~~h·:~e ~~!n'ts~rveee~ 1990. Tht· final im1pt.'Ction on been avoided if the divi11ion11 -=--=-- the strt"l:t widl•ning wa11 done in,.ohed in thei;tr~t widening :~:\~i::r~~~~n~~~:~et~:!t;r~ in Augu11t. l~lhti, and the city projt'Ct had known that thl' pitx•s down Richmond ... there granh-d iti; final approval on wakr lines were planned. w(•re M•\·eral other options:' that proJl'l'l in May of 19~7 Ryan al;;o told the Montro11t.' Gilliam i:iaid. noting that the Hyan 11aid tht• bid prict· for Voice on Monday. S{·pt. :l5. h{' project was originally tht' watl•r lint' projt>et and ·wm;n·t sure he could agrN·" int<•ndt'd to go through paH·ml'nt rt'plllni ui oH•r with Public Works' po111tion llou1<ton'11 north side SS00,000. Tht• hid indudN; that the two proj('(:t;; could not re11toring tht' t'Nplanade to i~ ha\.'e been done at the saml' ·WI' nail\' would have been cnti<·iwd iwe had sat on this projl'l·l until lhis year:· he the (city\ addl-<l original lprt'·pro)ect) condition, t\l'('OrdinK to Mnrtin 'lt·s $30 per month Tan Card $30 (8sessions) or Individual $5 for 30 minutes .. ~ ,,., r,ELEBRATION '90 8USl"\&SS Bocker llutahecan alw11y·~rttwh11tahe wants out ofme.Shl' knowM ii, too Sure. 1t ·a hard to work with KOmt~mf' like that but aht<"• n·ry •Pt~·ial to me."" Lifo sentence UVALDE tUPl>-A Corpus Christi man accused of infecting a 15-year-old boy with the virus that causes AIDS was sentenced to life in prison for aggravated sexual assault The verdicts against Thomas Anthony Zule, 42, of Corpus Christi were reached Wednesday by a state district court jury in Uvalde, where the case was moved because of extem;ive pre-trial publicity in Corpus Christi Bill May of Corpus Chri1Jti, an attorney for Zule, said the verdict would be appealed. Four other charges against Zule alleging sexual crimes are pending Our classifieds ore growing. To advertise your service. garage sole. house for rent. or just about anything, coll 529-8490. The Montrose Voice We cover the News of Montrose The Montrose Voice cctitinued from paae I !But Demerl.8. wh01e family hu 1>'tned and run Shipley'• Uonutl afd Grill 1ince 1%1. .aid until ntw. no one hu come to talk to h.,, about hi.l l't'lltaurant or lease. ~And that'1 fine. We're not lc$>kingforthem:·erady added l''A.11lonKatthf')'don't.cume1ee u . I gues. we'll be here: Demena 14id t~~uu1g~'.111~a~~e~7~,/~~:r~:t:e~i~~ ltic. "One thing haM changed t ouati:· Brady noted. "The o ner11 changtd .. thl· p('(Jp]e wt• P•'I' ttnt to, riKht'! h1n't that a dt~en·~~c:~m:i~-~:·~·~oup, the N,:artown ANilodation. rt'<-'t·ntl) rinanmformalqut'!ltiunnairt•in itb monthly nl'wMll'ttt'r atikinl{ nf.t.mbf.111 the1rc;'Ommt'nt.s11n tht• p,ropoet'd tihoppmg ft'nlf'r l')-f'8l'rvatL<Jn ot tht·Shiplf'y'eeitt· madt' II· alht·it llUlt-t•n to a fuit ,f e1x 1teme undo;-r a quu•t11111 "".hich Tl' d. Pm>nllll' your intere1t1 in thi1 new development-retail center· Howe\er. el1ewhen in the 1ame 1urve}', olheni commented the eatery wu an ·•eyesore" and 1hould bf. torn down But while membf.111 or that l{roup1ay8hipley'1£atei1""rea.lly no bil{deal:· cu1tomer1 of the open all night. every night landmark don't want to think about I08ing it. ""Tom," who wouldn't give hie la11t name. ~ummed up the feeling "lti1in"tclOt1edyet. and l\ebeen here a long time, and I"m 8till here. and riKht now rm juet hungry!" A1 for Mary Lou Brady. plane are no i1111ut·. 'Whau .. ·er happens. I"ll follow ~ick. I thinkmOt1tofue probably will, go with him. whtn·\er ht· goet1;· Hrady 11aid Wt' haH tht· ht'flt hou in the world. rtall}·." And the N•tumeni:i · Tht·y"ll go too. 1hey"llfollow u"; Hrady88id t~>nfidt'ntly The Montrose Voice HOUSTO"' TOAS -..-UE~ FRIDAYSEPTE ... BER21i 119 Pub~,~~,!'~days tlomm1111it11 lJ11bl i 1~insCl:ompan11 408Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529·8490 co~1en11copy"g~t>sea ~<:_e hours 9am-~m s!~o~.";~~~=:.w si..,pfe1•oeco•·--·- Roc~•,: w:;:*~:t1 B<ty SUBSCAIP1 ) .. ' 71•~90 AD~EAT1$· .. ~-~~c:PART"'E .. 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RonWil11onicar1wr1od ~ht' 11upport of 7.:1 pt. rt'~:nt of thot<t' ;u1·11Uunt-d Annlht·r 'li..t 111·rn•nt l"ithl'rrefus1·dtonameac-and1dall­they fa"ororwcreundet.·id1~1 Th~: poll of 4'1.6 regii<tt'rt'<i \'otl"ni in the I Mh Congrl"!lsional Di>1trkt wall conductl"d St·pt. l~ throulo(h 'l.0. lthn11am11rginofcrrorofplu11 orminu11."i.75pt'rtent AlthouKh 10 )lt'Oplt• hiiw d1· dared tht•tr candidacit·ir.. only 111x wt·rt• in the rate when the poll Willi comm1i;s1<med Otht•n; in the poll wt•rt· 11ta1t· Kl"p. Al Edward" at 'l..3 p1·n't'nt. fl\'LC dub prl'>lid(•nt Joyce Wil ham ... 'l..ti pt'ret-nt and lfou11tun ·t""'I t 11rd rr<mh• E ,aht·th Spat !I 1•ern·nt Spu1t·1111im< hnsunno1urn·ed~h1•willnu1 mfor Leland's l lnu><t" tit·at. hut will in 11tt·adswk1mut·l11ric1·("it~·("ouncil post l\amu ot tht· rt·muininic dt· rh1n·dn1ndidutt-sw1·rt·nut1ndud <·dmth1·poll \"ut..rswillj(~ tothepoll11:'\n\ to 11t'lt-ct a 11ut't'1"1111or ~" IA·land ... 10 "u..~ k1llcd 1n a 1•lunt• c 11>1h i1 Eth1upmi\u11,. Thel'•t-Kll<ll JOI r1•uluar1· mihu h ~ >lit' •f !U r\'\', l'O l· dunt·d rt'l·l'ntly for Hn That poll <hnwt'd him narrowly l1·1uhn1o1 II fit·ld uf fi\'t." with 211 pern·nt to W1111hington's'l.7pern·nt.followed b~· Wil11un with HJ pt'rn•nt. Ed ward11 at :{ Jlt."rN:nt nnd ot~wrH nt lu1-<eramounl.!'. 'l\11·nty-nint·J11r ("t•nt w<·reundt'(·idt·d ••r<lt~·l11wd tu Wil11on i~ dl·arh lo(U1n1Cto fon·t· a runt•H. t'n•n th<>uj.i:h Spatt·s h• druppl"CI out:· eaid Hub !'tt·m. a Hin· l'nive111ity po\iticaJ11d nti•t whocondul·1..dth1·pul If; 11 •ul~ no! h ' £hf'<i lor Minorities, drug users undercounted in AIDS trials LOS A:'\(;Eu:s 1L'l'l1 .m 'k~ J-IL~panH_.,. and intrawnou11 dru11. L><t'nhun~·nundt'rrt'prt'!lt•ntl'<i In ift"Tmm1·nt·.,pon110rl'<:i AJIJS drug le>'l>I (l1.,.p1tt· tht· rt·laliwly larict"pruporlmnofr1•1><•rtt•dAllJS ~ict1m11 who helonic to th<1t11· j(rOUptt," n(•W"pnpt·r rt'l><>Tt..d f-1ondn~· A,.oftht•t·ndufAuJ(U>'t, l:.!l><"r tt1in1>d through the Fri" n om · 11 p \\, rmatwn Act. thl"Time.i l't'J> lf.._ ' that intra"enolb druK u11t·n1 an l. e co n ry l7.5 percent of adult AlllS 1u• ,\lllS rea1 rt lie nrt· m ~wd t1t'nt11, but they an·ount for only with tie und .. , ltation h I Ll perl·t·nt of thost· in,oln·d n c11u111· th••n ti · rt'!IU L~ ~ay n t I ft·dt·ral let1lli 11,. mp! ,. 111 with a T1l < ~t'l"U· rat•1111111JlllC }o', t"Xar1p ~ h.n1· im~ .•• mt th1· r n-sponse o lmm• n higl loo prt'lll!Urt'dnig11. Ko·11e rt 11' "II no1 he ubh· tolt·arn it 11i1 ilar oiHi·r1enct'"8 art· important f, AIDS <iruJo('s unlt·~s they 11tud\ lht' rul{s m 11uhst11ntml numbt> ot whitP.9•1nd minont11o:i. Man~· mtn1n·nou11 druK 1·n an· alsotrt•i•lt·<iwith ntllt'r dru1 (ommenton tht·rl'•ult~ W11 .. hmicton 111id ht· wa11 disap· pointl"CI in the n·,.ult8. but addl'<i. ·J fijC\ln>d thot I wnuld be behind Anthony 01:n1u11t' ht' ha11 run city· widt•andhn"nnnwidentificotion ::::;::.:£~~-:-::::::=:. :1 ........... ..,.,...Q,h-•'11-' ....... ::;;=~~·:.:::::.::-:. f.>·1 **************************** ! BEEPER SALE ! ! Bro~ : : d igital /vibrating pager : : Only : :* $139.95 :* : Buy yours : : today! : : Call 621 -2822 : ! 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C"hi1i>11101 AlllS drul{~ h11\·1· lw1wtk111I or hurmlul interi111i01111 with mt•tha dmw and other )JllY•·h11•·tJV<• drug11unlt'll11tlwy;m·ahlt-to tudy In an anal~· 11 of figurt oh· patit•nt' >nth• d1 1t11 '&>aring Twenties' benefit gets lots of praise Fr1•m RON HAYW1 1QO not mly juflt for the M(,)tJ A8lw. ~ve <llrector. Mc llf'<"ll QJ.nl...;. but for all the worthwh.,__, ef!)rt. Cltntc caueee tn our oommunlt;y :r"oRonSioux onbeh&IJoftheboard To Bill O"Rourk.e. l:ift.ruslBCl8.stan",andvoluntMrsof Imperlal Court of the the Montroae Clin10. pleaee aooept Single Star Plee.ae rw deepest thanks for your accept my deepest '1oflpttalttyandasslst.anoeWltht.he thanks ... as a result of :!:mper!al Court furu1ra1ser your outBtanding etlbrts. ~:u:~:w~~~~: :r!:c=~:=~5 Letters to the Editor ., -Andon the other aide E1ac&Lam th Mon...,, Co itJ'y _..vggers and tt 'I8xb18 fl.I ....... Til8Jlks to a1, who Xlntrll:IUted.t.o the raffle, including Shear Mad.nee&. the Greenway Ill, the I HO ffiKE RlverO&kllCinem&&ndth&C:Omeey d tit< to thank Workshop. ThAnkB to all the bar everyone who mads the JWners who gs.vs 80 generously· fl l& Ing Twenties QTa. Chur.es, Charles~ be1 i8f\t &mday, Sept 17 Invesunents and. o' OOU1'99. Ron such a suooeea 81.oux and Cous1ns r~mdraiser" oomes up.either your I would liks to also tell you agam F1 ~t.,tha.nkyouforthepre-event we ra1Bed 1631, whlch was iname or Coualna ta included. I ~dllket.operson&llytha.nkyou )!l.nd your statr for all aiat. you do, how much 1Un my lovar and. I had ooverags 1n ( Soa.p J and eleewhere divided between ths Montr086 wat.ch1n8 your show .The evening throughouf. the Montroee Votoe Cl1n1c and Stone Soup. and a lot of was great Thanks to n ,,. special lf\les!B food. (for Stone Soup; Man dies in Montrose apartment fire Jiou11ton Jo'irl' Department ar11on jnvestigatoni were tryinl{ this ~eek to detennme the UUIH!' of a ~lonu·u11e apartm1•nt fire that ~illed Chri11 Glovpt 37. Glo•·er'1 ~ywufoundin11d01t'l1nhill 6edroom The fire early Monday morning. Sept. 2b. C'(•mple!ely dt11tro}·ed the f,partml"nt and ii believed to ha\·e •tarted in Glover"11 bedroom Hou11ton PoliC"t' Department t\1:ni~~da:. ~:~tec~~~e~hat1 ~~~ ~nth w11Mnot bfoinl{invutigatl'<t p.11 a homicidt· at that time. The pulice wt-re al110 . waiti_ng _ for tr"ult>1ofthenr1onmve11t1t(at1on i The firt· took plan• at an apartment romplex in the :lfl(IO bloc:k ofGrauHtnrk I I Ar•vn lnt1'•t1gator11 arl" tr}'llll( fo d,.trrmm f'arh.'•fonda) 16,000Mon­trose Voice readers will vote Nov. 7 ... 16,000! 16,000? Are you sure? Yes. we·re as sure as anyone con be about such matters. We base this on the tact that 13% of the readers of the Montrose Voice ore real voters. That is, 73% voted in o federal, state or loco/ elecf/on in the post year With 22,000 readers weekly, that's 16,000 actual voters/ Enough to make or break 1ust about any loco/ Houston election. Now. with this coming efec· t1on as competitive os it 1s, maybe more than 16,000 will vote. But we're confident 16,000 of themwl/I. These numbers were calculated from figures by Simmons Market Research, the most re­spected readership surveying concern in the U.S .. for o survey they did for the Montrose Voice that concluded December 1988 (Simmons is the some company which surveys the readers of the Post and Chronicle) Now, what con 16,000 votes do in o Houston election. For mayor? For on ot·lorge council seat? For the District C seat? Most of these roe· es will be won (or lost) by less than 16,000 votes The Montrose Voice We've got the highest percentage of readers who are real voters than any citywide or neighborhood newspaper in Texas! FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1989, MONTROSE VOICE 5 Joshua Logan's 'Fanny' opens next week Hou.ton Live by l'iEIL BADDi:RS Fanny:· J09hua Loaan'• lu1h. romantic mu1ical, will open Main Street Theater'• 16th teaton on Thursday, Oct. 5. Baaed on the French playwriaht.ICJ'ffn writer Marcel Pagnol'• •·Maneillt1 Trilogy;· thi• bittenw·eet tale of love and gallantry on the Maueillu waterfront wu originally produced on Broadway in 1954. adapted by Jo•hua Logan and S.N Behrman, with mu•ic and lyric. by Harold Rome T::.J Oct. 13 and runa through Nov_ 18 The A.O. P\ayer1willopen their 23rd 1ea1on with the world premiere of"Tat:.:• a new 1how by native Hou1tonian playwright and actreu Jeanneue Clift. George. "Tat:." i• the 1tmy of the choicee and friend•hipa of four Oallaa women from diverse backaround•. •panning the 1970'8. ''Tabe" play11 in Grace Theatei; 2710 W Alabama, from Oct. 5 through Nov. 5. "The Drunkard and Old Time Melodrama" will be performed at the MetropGlitan Multi Service Center. 1475 We11t Gray, at 9:30 p.m. Oct 7. Proceed& will benefit the 1989 Hou11ton Round·Up and t annual AA conference Performed by a ca1t of 20, •·Fanny" i• the moet ambitiou• mu&ical MST ha. ever produced Fanny" will be directed by the husband and wife team of Jeff and Mar)' Galligan. Jeff Galligan will also pETform a. Ceoiar. Jeff Galligan haa directed MST'& production11 of "The Lady'• ;\ot for Burning:· "Marat Sade:· and "What a t\ight!" He Htarrl'd at Chocolate Bayou Tht•atl'r Company lut seaiwn in Billy Bishop Goe11 to War'' l't'~ar 1Jrf{Gall1gan, left! and Panu&t' 1.';ft'I'<' (;arfinlt,./J d.m't a/1 a)&,,...,. ne to f")'t' 111 ·Fann). al Main Strfi'f Thtatt'rOct.5/hro"llhSol--5 Seven performera will be featurOO at Jones Hall for the Second Million Oollar Evening benefiting the Stehlin Foundation for (;ancer Research on Oct. 4 Wayne r\ewton. Suzanne Somer•. Garry Shandling. Marilyn McCoo, Valery Pappas, David Hartman and Marvin Hamli11ch, with backup 11in11en and dancers and the Danny Ward Orchet1tra, will headline the fundrai&ing event-. Contribution11 range from $fJ() to SICXlOperpt>nion Steve Garfinkel. who will play Pani1111l', ha11 been 8880Cia1ed with MST since ill! founding in 1975; la11t 11ea11on hl' appeared in MST'1 productiom1 of "The Lady'a Not for Burning: "She Lovu Me;' ''Molwrt>:lli11 1.ifeandWork:·and "Wilde Wftlt." Mycht>lle Abernethy and Bruce 1':1li11 play Fanny and Mariu11. AllK) appearing are: Anne Beven.oth, Laura Chapman, Jeff Clayton. ParkerEIMI('. Van Farrier. Bill French. Michael Galligan. Kenneth Glover. J.W Moore, Suzie Pear1Wn. Lee Ray, Kim Rendek na,·id Wolgin. Jody Wonio and J Solomon Zeidman. Mu1ical direc:tion ii by Mary Carol Warwick. 1et11 by JerTy Lynch, C<.>11tumll9 by Patrick Collins. and lighting by Bob Dover. wa,; HouHton ·a fin;t hit beauty &hop comedy_ "World of Beauty' open11 Saturday. Oct. 14on StaKtfl mam 11ta11e and ru!ll:I through l'oi'ov IH Performance.; are Wednet!day through Saturday at 1'!:00 p.m. and Sunday at 3:30 p_m_ and 7:30 p.m Preview performance• will beheld Oct. ll.12and 13all:HJOp.m All three preview night11 art' promouonal events for Houston area hair stylists. Opening nil(ht will be a 11pecial tribute to the Alley Theatre and the cast of the long running hit 'Steel Magnolias' Playwright Alex Finlay&on 1.11 a former Hou11tonian who now line in Richmond. Va. The play i11set in a beauty 11hop in East Texas whl'rl' the male OJ)E'rator and femalt> cu11tomers CfJme together in a humorou11 high energy environment "World of Beauty" is directt'd b,\- Ted Swindle~· Patrick Mi1chel\ will reprise hill Fanny'" runa Oct 5 through &tarring role of Robert E. "Bob· No\_ ."> Performance• are Lff.owneroftheWorldofBt•auty Thur11day11, Fridaya and Salon ~:~u:::Y:t t:io ;,:;: p.m and -Rock and Betty -Stages revives Dance "World of Beauty" Stul{l'll arti11tit din'<'lor 1\-d Thl' world prt·m1cre of 'Rock and Bctt)' Dance" by Stal(<»I a.~11odall· arti11tir dirl'ctor Joe Turner Cantu Rockefl'ller 1-'oundation_ Hl'l8one of l'il(ht playwr1ght11 m thl' nati•m lQ rt'<:e1v<• a playwri11ht rnidt•nry grant •·R(ll'k and Beth· Dann·" will run throuKh t\ov :la Pl'rformanc<·• are Wt>dnc11day throughSaturdayatl-!:OOp.m.and Sunday at ;J:;io p.m. and 7::!0 p.m 01>l'ninl( nil{ht will honor thl' BuHinet111 Art.II 1-'und for thcir Kilt of $400.000 lo r('modt·I the art·na 11tag1· Previt•w l)(•rforma.m·t'll art• Oct. 11'!. l!:l lnd:ll:>at/'!:OOp.m.All thm_• previt•w ni11ht11 will celebrate tht• national man·h for the homele1111inOctober. In 'Ro(·k and ttl'tty Uance. Bet1y111a11tret'1. pt·n1onwhor('ad11 onabenchinfrontoftheinnercity library Ro•·k. in11litutionatizOO 1<inl'-'bemgwuund..dinVi .. 1nam hlUI bef.n rl'll'Blll'd to the 1tret'l1. Shl' nl't'da to ht· l"\'t'<L ht• needs to be called a hno. Shett•acht11 him how to rl'Ad; ht· teachl"I! hl'r huw 10 luvt• 111{ain. Tht• 11ettinl{ 111 a htnch in a t\nrth Amt'riran cit) Tt'<i -Other openings On {kt , R11dio Mu11i1· Tht"atn• willop1.·n11limitl'ti runof"Wit·ot·r Du)·attht•lfolll're11de:·n11pt'<.'ial 1·ollt'<·tion of RM'l"11 mo .. t popular Swidleyannoun('('dtheolJ'('ningof will open Ot·t. :ll on the arena pit•ft'fl from it11 fin· yl'nr hi11t<>r)' World of Beauty" by Alt•x 11tlli(e. The production is A('()med) A('t I will mdudt' "Pnni;co. (;iant Finla.\'11on Previou11ly performl'<I drama about two homl'lt'ffs people IJogofTokyn:· whit·h wa& ft'ilturt"d at Slal{l'tl for the l\lii7 Tt·XWI who fall in love. Cantu's work is on t\B("1 Saturdu.v \'ight J.i,t'. Pla)·wrii;cht'• Ft'flt1\·al, lhe 11how 11upportt'd in part b) th<' l.ift'fltyh_·aofth('M1ddlelncom•• "The Adventures of Wacky and the Gang:' plus numl'mUI a<mp and b<>gu& comml'rcial11. Act 11 will cons1stofthetul<'pil'<·t.,aone act cumedy Sl•t m Dump11U'r. Texa11 about the annual •·wu:nt•r Uay Fet1ti\'al'· and the many ('()iorful local typee who meet at the Rollercadc lQ celebrate the big l'vent. "Wi<'ner Day" will play l'very Thur~day and Friday llt -The Collegiate Scene l'!:;IO p.m. andonSaturdayatl'!::KJ and 10:50 p.m. through Nov. 18. The Univer&ity of Hou&t.un ~~~ .. ~~~ "~~~~ ~ei:~:~u:~:~ll ~ ~.~~::~m:r"~~~~);;;va;~l~~~oe:~ J;1>1Anl{ell'1>fromOct.22toNov. l GuareonOct.6, 7, 13and 14at8:00 p.m. and on Oct. 15 at 2:00 p_m in Hannah Dll,·i11; according to the 1.yndall Finley Wortham dirKtor Geurgl' Hawkin>!, ill the Theatre on the LiH campu• firitt major pla)- to addreu tht' l!ll'Ul' of the black upper clan Lt-.llt' Lee'1- nt'w pla)-. rK"t"1nngit11 Hou1<ton premit·re, i& a dl't'ply human look at a ffUICmating family. It will opt-n on The En,;emble'• larl{e 11tal{e Oct. 19 Tht· Company On,.tagt", 5:16 Wt'llthiry Squart>.Unt"ol tht>oldet1t and mo11t 1<UC('('tl.l<ful non-equity the111ns in Hou,;tun. will launch 11.3 !:!th sewon with ii• !Ollth production. 1\.luHical Cumed) Murders of l!HO:· If you're wondi•ring whHhl'r that 10how·1 a t-<)mt'<iy. a mu1<i1·al or a my1<tery, it'H a littlt> of all thrt"''· wuh a The t.:n1ven1ity of St. Thomas Drama Department will prt'!lent William ShakMpeare·s comedy. 'Much Ado About r\othing" for eight J)E'rformanl'el beginning Thul'!lday, Sl'pl :.>.!'!. "Much Ado About l'-iothing" ia directed by Suzanne CraH•n» and features David Folwell. Eden LangewiR. Robin Jonea and Cheryl I..eSage PrrformanC('tl are IK'hedulea Sept :.!1:1-:i(J on the LTni,·l'ritity Campus. :!.l!JO Yoakum. in Jones Hall Curtain timefor.illperformances i11l'!:OOp.m The drama departmt•nt of llou11ton Community Collel(e dd'init<• at'(.._•nt on 1-.1mt"<ly SyMtt•m wil l present Writtt·n b.v John B111hop, iC11 Shakl'flpear(''11 -·'IW(']fth t\ight" dirt'<·1t·d by r-oan(·y Moon·. who (kt. l:l. 1;1 nnd l·I at!'!:()() p.m. and dirt'<-·tt·d la.~1 t<t·a>;on·11 highly (kt l:i at :.!:lo p.m. 1n the Heinen 1<ur<·1·si;ful ·Ga1<lil{ht. It opi:·n11 Tht·atre, :l."117 AuHlin at Holman Zsa Zsa's fate lies with jury lh A:-.\'ETn: HAIJIJAIJ trict Attornl'y Elden Fox hegan l'OllTUI Ml·"l1«>11L\< t; hi11clOt1ingargumcnu;Wednl'l<day m;vtrnl.Y Hll.Ui. Calif <l'Ph- by tt•llinl( the jury: "She Cran·• Jury dl'libt"ratiom1 in z11a /,gs media attention_ The 1hingtha1 ill Gabor'11 001H1lupping trial began Wl'dne11day, but the former 11oofft'n11ive _ i&the fact that the defendant used and abust"<I two l(lamour que.en 1<tormed out of w('('k.& of this p?Oce!:\8 for her own C()Urt houn1t>arlier after being as· i;elf.aggrandizement &ailt«I forabu11ingthejudicialsy11· "The dcft>ndant doe1m't know that&ht·wouldnot n·turnforthe balan«• ot hn trial ButGnhtiriacompellt-dh~·lnwto appl'ar fur the v1•rdi1·1 1-'ux. rt'llominK hi11 do11ing ar11u ment aftl'rGahor'11 di•plll'turt'. told thrjury theactru&''in11ultl'dyour intellil{t•ncl' with ht•r tt.,.timony. Thl're hWI ll(•<·n 11 d(']ilwrate, vi tern for her own "11elf.ag11randize- the meaning of truth:' he 11aid. ciou& and dt•111>icable atu•mpt to di· mcnt" Gabor then be11an 110bbing vert 1md di11tract your attention prompting her lawyer to object from the lii11ue& of thi& caRe" Several minutes later. she jumped She 11elf·d('tltructed in this outofherseatand&talkedoutthe courtroom:• he aaid. referring to courtroom m teai:a Gabor'stwoday•ofttfltimonylast •·1 cannot take it any more:· week. '"She couldn't tell the truth Gabor &aid outaide court. addina: She can't &ee the truth !-'ox 11aid Gabor was oh\'inu11ly 'humiliau·d"' hy her a?T{'llt "Po· licl'office1"11pr"po11e1mamage)to herwhenthl'Y 11topher.nut arl'f.'l<t her. becao1<l' shl' 1a who 11h1· ill:· he 11aid Thi' pr08eC'UIOr also said the etmrt hill! been "victimi1ed by lht> defendant'11conduct. b)·hcroutra toldthrjury that Kramt·rusl'<lex· C("llM1ve fon·e when he yanked Gabor from h1·rcar. • Wht•n a policeman u11es ex~· ~ive foH~'. he is no longer a Police­man. He h&111tepped o,·er the line. He haa gone from being a police­man to a criminal," Graysen said Ms. Gabor had every right to11lap geous te11timony, by the submi11 him 11ion of tei;timony that i11 clearly •·No matter what you think of tainted and false and her attempt Ma. Gabor or her testimony or her to abuse the judicial proceea:· demeanoi; you must •tick to the Gabor'• lawyer. William fact1.Thi&i1notapopularitycon­Gray& en. who has based hi• cue test:' the defen1e lawyer &aid on an a..11ertion that Kramer haa Earlier Wedneeday, Gabor &aid had a hi tory 0£abu1ive behavior. ihe wu expe<'ling the wont from a jury 1he fean will find her guilty. BETTER LAUJTIS &. (lARDETIS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential -Landscape - Lawn Care -Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523 .. LAUJil '-~~~~~~~ We're working to bring you o real newspope~ The Montrose Voice. Make your reservations early. Stretch Lincolns, Cadillacs and Sedans available. 24 flour reservations Maior Credit Cards accepted. (713) 928·5544 Thejurydt>liberation1beganaf. ter both the prOflecutor and Gaboi1 defen&e lawyer made their do•ing argumenl8 in the 13-day misdemeanor trial. which haa coet nearly sao.ooo. After aeveral hours, the jury broke off dehbera tion• for the day and wa& to re­aume Thuraday. 'They'll probably put me in jail. 80 I'mdtt11•edforit,"1he•aid,attired ~------~ The en1erta1ner. who &aya 1he i• 66. maintains 1he alapped motor cycle officer Paul Kramer in 1e]f. defenae after he phy1ically and verbally abused her. Kramer had &topped Gabor in her $215,000 Roll•·Royoe converti· hie for expired regi1tration tag• June 14. She11lapped him when he pulledheroverasecondt1meafter 11he drove off while he wa1 check ing ht>r licenae on hi• radio The former Mi81 Hungary face• !ti month& in jail and $3,400 in finea if convicted. She ia charged with battery on a Police officer. re­fusing to obey an order from a po­lice officer. drivina with an expired licen11e and having an open con tainerofalcohol in the car. Gabor burst out of the courtroom aeveral minute.after Deputy Dill· in a black panta tuit She waa allO wearing a pair of goldcufflinka1hapedutheback· tide of a hortt . .. You know who I'll aend theae to:• 1he aaid. joking with reporten in an apparent ref· erencetoKrame?. Meanwhile. Gaboi; who haa re­peatedly violated a court·imposed gag order, waa fined $500 by Mu· nicipal Court Judge Charles Rubin for remarking on the teati mony of t...;o proeecution witnea&­e1 after angrily 1torming out of court Tueeday "Both theee people lie about me I hate it when peoplelieaboutme;· 1he•aid The judge wa11 oon•idering fin· ing Gabor another $500 for her re­marks about the tee0nd witnftll, whom 1he called 'a little punk: AllBill•Paid OwnerMarni6etf Acceu Gate• Being lmtalled! Convenient to: Bu• line Shoppin6 Ho•pitol• Efficiency, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms Come See The New ... ~ QREEHWAY PLACE 3333 CUMIPlin.r 613-1034 6 MONTR! )E VOi :e R Y, fEMBER 29. 1989 Gay stag parties, bridal showers scheduled in Denmark Glimpses Tht•('ommunu I n '"~PIP:: Pra\·da mt• 111~•l1•J(V :u populillt heru Bu ill ,.l. tam for n· printintrun Italian rtle th1 said he acu·d hk.- "drunk1·11 lout on his r1•u•nt tor of tht· l"mtt-d It 11aid h1· "t·nt on 11 ehopp11111 11pn>t<.11pt•ndinj1:11pt"11kin1o11t't'tlh1· had pl1-dj.1t•dtottSo\il'lrampai1o1n to fight Al US on luxury itt-rn11in cludinJ(thr1·1·' lfomho'\·ulml·a• settu.plus··~;·1··11nd'"St11r\\ur11. lh REX Wl){_"l\:..:ER Activ els with Uenmark'11 I.and11foreningen For 808M'r Otr labitike (LBU ~ay they ha\'t' n·ercome a myriad o! hurt-aucratic roadblocks and will indt·t-d bt·1'l'lebratingamas1gay w1-dding in thl- Copenhagen Town llnllonOd.l.thedayDenmark"s fin1t·in·the-world law grantinJ( homtIBl"XUal11 equal ril(hlll to murrytakeaeffect Tht· w1•dding had bt•tn ··on Ul{llin.offagain'"forl!t'n•ralwttk~ tu tflivi~ta«cramhled to11l-Curea ma)·•ruldf'nt'. k&-pmgthewwn hall "IJ'l·n "n a Sunday. and workt"d tu in11u re that the hurt"aul·raq· pr inted and di1nrihut~·d tht' marriatrt" lil.'t·n1K· avplk111wn1J in timl- Thia l )ani11h adm1nistration in thi11 "·holt" mattt•r have been utrf'nwly 11low," 11aid LHL 11p•okowom11n Dortht• Jucob>ien •·1tyuuw1·rt•11omt'publifl!<'rvant, and you w1•r1• 11uintr by 1:1ome quite m·w lnw and you hadn't 11ouen your form11 yN and it i11 going l-0 'ltnrtonth,•tlJ'Htof(ktobo:r.well. it would ht nil"l- if you had your forms, I guess· In the end. ho1111ever, t·mp o)· of the lOwn halla in var10U11 Danish cities said tht•y e1q:11.•1:ted the gay marriage applil"atiom1 tu be identical to the hetl-rot1exual applicatioIU1,andiftht·ydidn'tgN the new one!! in time. they would ju11tuse th eo l don~ "Finally, we enoountl-r!'d 11ume J)('Ople who were very roopt:rot t n· ;· 1midJaoobllen. "They didn"thave to be. but they are" LBL activi11t8 have bet"n attempting to get a count of ju><t how many gay lt.,1bian cou.,le11 Bookstop marks Alabama Theater's birthday Fifty yt•ar! ngo tht magnificent Alahuma Theau•r opt•nt-d illl doors to the movi1 .. going puhlil·. Aftn tht• grande danw of art dt•co picture pal8t't'8 do11ed Bookstop Tl't;lnn'<i tht• tht•att"r in l!IH4 a11 tht• t·umpan~··11 flag11hip book tilort' in Houi;ton. To n·lt•hratt· both anni\.'eri,oarit•s, Hook.~top will host n hlnt·k tie gala and weekend long tundruising event al tht• Aluhnmu on (kt 26·29. Pro1:eed11 will lwm·fit tht• READ Commi~sion, an u mbrelln orgimiwtion for promoting liUiruu T he thN1ter'11 rnlorful hii,otory lwgun in I !l:m, heralding Hollywood'11 goldt•n year of mo,·i1·s and mnrking a special plat·t• in ll ou11tun'a cultural and un·hitt"<·turul landst·apt•. That was tht• y1•ar that audi1·m·1·s wt•n• tn•utt-d to '·The Wirnrd of ()z:" .. (;om• With tht· Wind: Mr. Smith Goes to Washinaton, Wuthl'ring ll1•1ghts. 'Stagtttrat·h·· und man\· mon .. In its heyday, tht· Aiulmmu was also known for hoatingthe era's big bands. 11u1·h 1.111 Tommy I>orl!l·y. Bl'nn\ Goodman and lilt•nn !\.lilln .. tht• Alabama had dt'C'lined along with the surrounding nt•iKhhorhoocl. When it wus fac·ing the wrecking ball in the Ntrly 19N:l'11. Bookstop Naw an opportunity to save th,· landmark. Although it was a rui:ing 'Wt·knt·wwewerelookingat s ucct•ss for :.Wy1•an1, h~· tht•fi(J'11 a diamond in the rough;· said Booksto11 pre~ident Su·ve 1 Matth1·w,.;, 'Thedt•mographics Wt'rt• t•ncouruj("mg. and we bdit•\'ed tht· m•ighhorhood was Koing in th1· riKht direction' BoukNtop rt·Jlo\·awd the Alabama to rt•tain the f('(>J ofa tht•au•r whil1· 11howcm1ing the ston.'1-1 inventory. will tie tht- knot (kt Ja< ih 1d 11he know~ of ;J() 110 far. hut t'Xpt'C'U tht•r1· will he m•n.> .a publicity inn1·uM• and ttw datt' apprmu·h1"B. Snmt' cuuplt'tl art• t·hrn>eing to wait a ft·" d11y11 hec.·au~t· th1•)' aH· notpr1•11nr!'dtobebeumednruund th1·trlol11.· bywurldprl'Nt·xp..'ll'<i for tht· m11u wt•clding Fullow1n11 tht' nn•mony, I.BL will hm1t11gr11ndrt'("1·ption fortht eouplu, tht·1r fumihl'tl and fri1•nds. '"a lot of11olit iri11n11;· tht· mt'dia. nnd '"all tht• pt~>1>l1• who workt-d forthi11lawforth1·pa11t:lt) wal'!' .Jac-nb..ton 11aid IJt"nmark"11 fundamt'ntali111 Chri><tian11 ha\·l-stayed outoftht' limelitrht in the wttks pre1.:edmll'. the big 1·\·1·nt. r.;o prott'>lbl are l'Xpt't'led.ahhuughJacuh1>t"n11111d. I don"t thinktht')' cuuldmakl'Ull untrrY on that day evt•n if they wanted to."' Legii-.latu111 in S"·l-den are t·xpt"<.1.t-dWhl'tht'nextt1111ermit gily mt'n nnd ll'>lbian11 to marry, prolH1bly a t')Upt(' of yeur11 from now. The Swedi11h prime minillter ha.~ indit·utt'<I ht• i1111upportivl' of tht·idt·a Every weekend, our advertisers come face to face with our 22,000 Montrose Voice readers. Maybe you should consider advertising in the Montrose Voice? -92.53 of the readers of the Voice are "somewhat likely" or "very likely" to use a product or service because they saw it advertised in the Montrose Voice. -The average household income of the Montrose Voice reader is $45,3 70 a yeal\ Impressed? So are we. Ready to advertise now? Call us. 529-8490. Who says these are the real figures? Simmons Market Research Bureau In a readership survey of the Montrose Voice concluded December 1988. And who Is Simmons? The major surveyor of newspaper and magazine readers In the U.S. The same company used by the Houston Post and the Houston Chronicle (whose average readership figures, by the way, were not nearly as Impressive as ours). 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S22·21W ~'" q.~ q.(J/X, John Helms THE MONTROSE VOICE SEPTEMBER 29, 1989 Inside this sec­tion .•. M~ Soap A little local gossip B Git 3 <UV/, Ud- ~ Day-by-day break­down of events Our advertisers will tempt you q.~""' <"fr Your horoscope from the Voice p~~ Toll and toll-free num­bers for verbal adven-tu res People who want to meet you You've been waiting for a blonde? Here's John Helms, our Friday Fox for this issue. He's 5'10", a 22- year-old Gemini. He works as a graphics artist and hobbies include visiting museums and photography. Favorite night spots are Heaven, Rich's and "especially J.R!s!' gi This week in Dallas Big Brother, oh pardon me, the Fed­~ eral Government began its often delayed pilot project of ~ the National Household Seroprevalence Survey. This is a :ll $25 million to $32 million program aimed at determining the ~ extent of the AIDS epidemic. Dallas officials have touted ~ the project in their backyard as the ideal location,f ailing to ~ mention they were the fourth choice, after Washington, ~ New York and Pittsburgh. u. The purpose of the survey is to provide more accurate a: ~ figures on the epidemic, supposedly to aid the federal gov- ~ ernment in dealing with the crisis. But such federal efforts, ;ii particularly regarding AIDS do not blossom from virgin to ~ caring soil. In this case the survey was the brainchild of one ~ Gary Bauer, then a Reagan aide and now one of the leading ~ attackers of the gay community. And at the time of concep­~ tion, Bauer made no secret of his motive which was to 5 prove that the epidemic was being exaggerated by gay ::; leaders in an attempt to gain financial and moral support. N As a footnote, the survey was also the total sum of the Reagan-initiated effort in the AIDS crisis. Dallas, still in the throes of economic recession (to say nothing of moral and social) welcomed the survey. Dr. Gor­don Green, Dallas County Health commissioner, praised the survey and compared its usefulness to the necessary tracking of Hurricane Hugo as a tool to preparingfordisas­ter. We can only hope the victims of Hugo receive better care than Dallas County's Parkland Hospital provides to the "victims" of the AIDS holocaust. As governments are wont to do, Dallas prepared for this survey by the establishment of a 29-member commission which, surprisingly, included a token few representatives of the gay community. And ulti­mately the commission supported the survey with the lone exception of William Waybourn, president of the Dallas Gay Alliance. participants in the Dallas Survey? The survey itself does not ask sexual preference. But the surveyors did base the mailing on demographics such as zip codes (insurance companies could certainly have supplied "red-lined" num­bers), never-married males (the FBI's files from two dec­ades of spying on homosexuals should be useful here), sex­ually transmitted diseases (supposedly confidential county health records could be utilized). Research Triangle Institute of North Carolina (home to Helms and Jimmy Baker) is the designated surveyor, and the recipient of these government funds. Donald L. Zimmerman, director of outreach (how update) remarked that this is the first time somebody has tried to determine the size of the epidemic (as quoted in The New York Times). That should come as a surprise to a whole host of persons and agencies working on AIDS. Finally, the whole idea of the survey from its inception as a substitute for substantive action and an anti-gay propa­ganda tool to its questionable implementation and delay is unfortunately the epitaph of the Reagan-Bush response to AIDS. As in the past, any AIDS legislation on the national or state level must come from those few legislators truly concerned with the epidemic and not blinded by prejudice which, unfortunately, is the case in the White House and the Governor's Mansion. Waybourn questioned the spending of so much money on a survey whose results will not be effec­tively known for several years, if at all, while at the same time, money is desperately needed just to deal with present cases. Dennis Vercher of the Dallas Voice, in a landmark example of gay journalism, ex­posed the above mentioned tainted roots of the whole idea and also substantially challenged the methodology of such a survey. Also new: Tropical Workout, Absolutely Uncut, Viva Macho II, Buddy System II, Cruisers, Seduction II, Bubble Butt A natural question comes to mind-how did they determine where to send the 3400 letters seeking j~ r-:::i-SHEER INSANITY & L....'.'.:J DAOUIRI FACTORY WESTHEIMER LOBO VIDEO CLUB Always ahead of the competition 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales Ir Rentals • Swimwear • y -Shirts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accesso•ies • Necessities 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 -M1ssoun St. Station Open Noon- 2am. Sunday Social A Not So Old Fashioned Tea Party. Sept 24. 4pm- 8pm. $2 75 Long Island Iced Teas. A fund raiser benefiting the Houston Names Pro1ect. $1 well & 1u1ce drmks. 7 se schnapps. 3-7pm Mod.II~ ·Club Body Center: $5 for 30 minute tannmg session. $30 for 8 v1s1ts ·J R's Monday thru Friday. hors d'oeuvres 5:30 until 7:30 Bacchus Happy Hour 4-8pm -Sarta Fe Trading Co. 99C frozen Margaritas 4-8 pm. Santa Fe Gold Margantas. largest selection of imported beers and tequila -Scandal's Open 11am, Mon-Sat. 12 Noon. Sunday -Scandals DJ Dennis McGmnis plays your favorite oldies from the 50 s. oo·s. 70's -Thai Villa Restaurant Lunch: Thai Bullet. $5.95. M-F 11am-2pm -That Villa Restaurant Dmner Daily specials. M-Th 5.30-lOpm, F & S 530-10.JOpm Thai Villa Restaurant Thurs-Sat Nights. Live piano -Venture-N Dancmg on The Fars1de. seven days a week ·Venture-N Get It? Got it? Goodl! -Momma·s Money: $1 Well & Domestic Beer. Monday-Saturday, 7am-11am -Momma·s Money 75C Well Drinks, Monday-Thursday. 9pm-M1dn1ght Momma·s Money: Happy Hour. Monday-Saturday. 7am-8pm -Missouri St Station Happy Hour prices till 9 pm -Missouri St Station: Open 11 am- 2am ·Dusters_ C & W Dancmg Daily -Dusters. Open 6pm-2am -E.i'J's 7am-8prn Happy Hour: 7am- 6pm $1 Vodka dnnks. Beer bust 4- 10pm Monday-Saturday -E/J's 7 Days a week. $1 Well dnnks 1am-2am -Past Time: Happy hour Noon to 8pm -French Quarter Theater see ad this issue -Pot Pie Restaurant Free home delivery for pizzas -Rf Marks Happy Hour 4-8pm -Club Romeo: Happy hour 5-9pm -Venture-N Happy hour Noon-8pm Venture-N Beer bust 4-lOpm -J R:s 3-m-1 Happy Hour open1ng- 10pm -Charlie's Restaurant Dmner and m1dn1ght specials The Barn: Happy hour 11 am-9pm -Rock N' Horse Open Tues-Sat (4pm-2am), Sun (4pm-2am). Closed Mondays -The Barn What A Nellie Deli, 1 lam- 3pm. serving lunch Mon-Fn -Dusters Beer Bust Sun & Thurs. 6- lOpm Mother's Volleyball on patio, happy hour 7am-8pm. Keoki Kona 6pm-8pm Mon-Fn 2nd floor bar Briar Patch: Happy hour till 8pm -Charlie·s Restaurant. Open 24 hours -Santa Fe Trading Co. Open 4pm. 3 m 1 happy hour cocktalls. $1 75 'p longnecks or happy hour pnce smgle well till 10pm -Chutes Beer bust. 3pm-11 pm. 75C Vodka drinks, noon-6pm -Spanish Flower Restaurant: Open 24 hrs. (ex. Tues.) -Mary's Happy hours M-F 7am­noon. 6-8pm. 11:30pm-1am, M-S Super Happy hour 9am-11am. $1 well & beer. always 75<: draft -Chutes S 1 frozen margaritas noon- 6pm, happy hour 12-lOpm -Marys After Hours Thursday­Sunday -Chutes Frozen Margantas. $1 25. 6pm-2am. Happy hour. noon-10pm -The Attic: Open 4pm-2am Monday­Fnday. 7pm-2am Saturday and Sunday. Happy Hour 4-8pm Mon­Fn. $1 well dnnks -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour Mon-Sat. 7am-9pm, Sun Noon-6pm q~ -Insanity Open 2am-4am -The Barn: Cowboys in Action. 8-2 -Bacchus The Gay Datmg Game 8pm EJJ's Brittany's Folhes (A Variety Show). 11pm -Past Time The Tom Cats -Club Romeo TGIF Party 5-9pm -The Attic: Michael Ba1ley1Noel Eskew. 8:30pm-12:30am. Topless Waiters -Scandal's: Dance to the music of D.J Dennis McG1nn1s -Lazy J. Show Night 10pm -Cousms: Drawing. 6 45. win tnple your shoe stze, Cousms & Company. 1030pm -Mother's Dance music by Phil Ware -Heaven: soc well. cover -J.R:s Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am -Chutes Cruise Night. happy hour noon-10pm, Male Stnp Night with MC Cassandra Landa. cash prizes. Hot dogs by Texas Riders -Montrose Mining Co. Special Forces (male dancers) 8pm-2am -M1ssoun St Station: Pat10Spec1als. free hors d'ouevres. Greg Davis and Tranee Chardou. 9pm. Fnday Sept 29, Marsha Carlton & Michael Balley. 9pm -Brazos River Bottom Happy Hour. 7am t1119pm, Brazos River Band. 9:30pm -Ri'Marks Ltve entertamment s~ -Rock ·N· Horse: Live band 9pm-1am -Insanity Open 2am-4am -Montrose Mming Co. 3 1n 1 happy hour4-10pm, 25¢ draft beer 1n a mug 10pm-2am -Cousms Cousins & Company, 10 30pm -Dusters 75C: Schnapps all night -Mother's Vodka dnnks & shots of schnapps 75C: 7am-8pm -Past Time The Tom Cats -J R:s Pacific Coast Dancers 10:30pm -Scandal's Dance to the music of D.J Dennis McGinnis -The Barn Cowboys 1n Action. 8pm- 2am -Bacchus Houston's Ong1nal Party Night. $2 Margantas -Lazy J Show Night 10pm -The Attic: Michael Ba11ey1Noel Eskew. 8-30pm-12:30am. Topless Waiters i::ntem it wh ri · 1er11se n an-j :hstrobute lhe -E/J's $1 well drmks 4-7pm. Male Jock Strap Contest. 11 pm with MC Ra1nbo De Clown -Club Romeo: $1.75 Coronas. $1 schnapps -Ri'Marks Live entertamment -Mary's Beer bust on the patio with Cindy 1-6pm. Leather Night -Chutes Cruise Night & liquor bust 8-M1dnight. $6, $500 Dash for Cash. 10pm-2am -M1ssoun St Station: Pat10 Specials. free hors d'ouevres. Greg Davis and Tranee Chardou. 9pm, Saturday Sept 30. Marsha Carlton & Michael Bailey. 9pm -Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour till 9pm. Brazos River Band, 9:30 -Heaven SOC well 9-11 pm. cover. DJ-Scooter Bearden s~ -Rub1o's: Free draft 7-10pm, Rub1os Presenta·· 10:30 -The Barn_ Cowboys in Action. starting at 7pm -Momma·s Money Happy Hour, Noon-4pm. $1 Well with SOC Schnapps 4-7pm -Bacchus Pool Tournament. 2pm -E/J's Noon-10pm Beer bust, Dinners served on the patio at 5pm. $1 Well drinks 6-9pm -Past Time: Happy Hour all day & alt night -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestling 10pm, Toptess Wa1ters -J.R:s: 75¢ Cape Cods. Bloodies. Margaritas & Schnapps Noon-10pm -That Villa Restaurant. Buffet $5.95. 11 am-2:30pm -Rock ·N· Horse: Bloody Marys $1, Live band 6pm-10pm, free hot dogs -Ri'Marks: Open mike night 6pm till ? -Club Romeo. Hangover Blues. beer $125. Bloody Marys $2. Barbecue and drmk specials. open 3pm -Mary's Beer bust 1-6pm, Steak night 5pm. $3.50 for 10 oz_ nb eye and all the fixings -Chutes Beer bust noon-11 pm liquor bust 4-8pm. free food, Lube wrestling 5pm -Montrose Mmmg Co Beer Bust & 50¢ hot dogs 4pm-m1dn1ght, soc draft beer ma mug m1dn1ght-2am -Scandal's Poot tournament, 1 pm. reg1strat1on noon -Venture-N Booze1Beer Bust 4- 10pm -Brazos River Bottom Steak Night, 4 SO. 6pm, Happy hour. noon till 6pm. Brazos River Band, 7pm -Mother's Vodka drmks & shots of schnapps 75<.:.noon-8pm. Male dancers 10pm-1am. Bar-B-Oue on the patio 5pm-9pm -Heaven Free well 7-9. free draft all night. $1 25 Corona all night. cover M°"""'1- -Mothers: Beer Bust 25<.:,rnug or $1.50 60 oz. pitcher Miller Lite Draft. 6pm-1am -El J's_ $1 Margaritas & Kamikazes. Dart Tournament 7pm -Past Time: Beer happy hour open to close -The Attic: Whip Cream Wrestling 10pm, Topless Waiters -Montrose Mmtng Co 3 m l happy hour atl day1n1ght. !)C draft -Rub1o·s CLOSED. Available for private functions. reserve one week m advance ·Ripcord: $1 Margantas 9pm-2am 10pm -Club Body Center Lockers $325 noon-midnight -J R's Pacific Coast Dancers non-stop 6pm until 2am -Mary's Bowler's Special Night -Chutes Free pool. beer bust. 3pm-11 pm, Liquor bust 8pm­m1dnight. happy hour noon- -Brazos River Bottom Happy hour prices 1 25 well & longnecks all night ~ -Past Time: White well hquor happy hour to closing -Mother's_ All well dnnks $1 _75 7am- 1 am. Dance music from the 70s and early 80s -The Ranch: Beer bust & dance lessons -Ripcord $1 25 canned beer 8pm- 2am -Missouri St Station: Beer Blow Out 7pm-mtdnight, $1 domestic longnecks -Rock N' Horse: Pitcher of beer $2 Steak night 7pm -Chutes Liquor bust 8pm-m1dn1ght. Drawmg tor portable TV, 1 Opm -The Attic: Talent Night m the Cabaret, Topless Waiters -Club Body Center 1/2 pnce rooms & lockers, 7pm-3am -Club Romeo: $1.25 beer -Venture-N· Free Pool 4-8pm -Brazos River Bottom: Dance lessons with Brent & Jonathan. 9:30 -The Barn~ Steak night. 7pm, $4 00. happy hour 9pm -Bacchus: Pot Luck Night -Montrose Mining Co. $1 beer bust 4pm-closmg. Men at Work (male dancers) 10pm-2am ~ -Ripcord $1.50 well all day -Mother's: Long neck domestic beers $1, 8pm-M1dn1ght, Tequila Gold Slammers $1.50 10pm-2am -Past Time: Well schnapps $1 open to close -Rock 'N' Horse: Schnapps $1 -Chutes Steak Night. 7pm-10pm. $450 -Montrose Mm mg Co Nickel draft beer in a mug 10pm-2am. music of oo·s. 70 s. 80's Club Romeo: Vodka specials -R1'Marks: Corporate Ladies Night Out w' hors d'oeuvres. 4-8pm -J_R:s: Pacific Coast Dancers non­stop 6pm until 2am -Heaven: 10C: well 9pm-2am, cover, biggest Wed. crowd 1n Houston -The Attic: Michael Ba1ley1Noet Eskew 8:30pm-12:30am, Topless Waiters -Bacchus Corporate Ladies Happy Hour. free hors d'oeuvres t1ll 8pm -Missouri St Station Professional and Executive Ladies Night. 5pm till ?, Free hors d'oeuvres -The Barn: Naomi and her "love slaves·, 10:30 pm, $200 cash pnze -Rub1o's: Tatent night ($75 f1rst place). drink specials. dancing till 2am .,~ -Mother's: Male dancers & Shows lOpm & M1dn1ght, no door charge, burgers on the patio 6pm-10pm -The Attic: Michael Bailey, Noel Eskew 8:30pm-12:30am. Topless Waiters -Ripcord: $1.50 Margantas 9pm- 2am -The Ranch Beer bust & dance lessons -Rock ·N' Horse: AU can beer $1 -Insanity Open 2am-4am -The Barn: Posse Male Dancers. 9pm-2am -Club Romeo: S 1.50 well dnnks -Club Body Center Half pnce day noon-midnight -J R:s 3 in 1 happy hour. $1 25 frozen dnnks all day all night -Heaven: Male Dance Revue with Hunter and the Headliners and Fantasy tn Motion at 11 pm -Bacchus: Steak Night. 7pm (you ,., :IJ 6 )> _< [/) m 1l -i m ;: OJ m brmg the meat. we supply the rest) :IJ -Venture-N Free Pool 4-8pm P5 -Chutes: $1 Margaritas 1n a glass all W daytn1ght, $1 M1chelob Dry °' -Brazos River Bottom: Happy hour «> till 9pm, Brazos River Band 9pm, no ~ cover. $1 domestic longnecks all 0 day1n1ght ~ -Mary's: Club Night :a -M1ssoun St. Station Live cabaret. g Houston's hottest new acts begm at m 9pm, Sept 28. Marsha Carlton & ~ M1chaet Balley () -Montrose Mining Co. Happy Hour 4-7pm (Sl 10 well. beer), 3 in 1 Happy Hour 4-lOpm, Longnecks (domestic beer. soft drinks $1 10) 10pm-2am. $2 beer bust 4-lOpm !(,.,,.,...,,,.J~ Here's the BAR-ZAAR hst places you might consider for drinking. dining and sensual pleasures -Arriba Cant1na, 1100 Westhe1mer, 524-4800 -The Attic. 905 Prame@Trav1s, 229- 8022 Bacchus. 523 Lovett. 523-3396 -The Barn. 710 Pacific. 523-0213 -Brazos River Bottom. 2400 Brazos. 528-9192 -Brtar Patch, 2294 Holcombe. 665- 9678 -Club Body Center. 2205 Fannm. 659-4998 -Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant, 813 R1chmonrl. 522-2365 -Charlie's Restaurant, 1102 Westhe1mer. 520-5221 -Chutes, 1732Westhe1mer, 523-2213 -Cousms. 817 Fairview, 528-9204 -Dusters. 2715-B Waughcrest, 522- 9485 -E/J's. 2517 Ralph, 527-9071 ·Club Flamingo, 907 Westhe1mer. 527-8830 -French Quarter Theater. 3201 Lou1s1ana. 527-0782 -Heaven. Pacific at Grant. 521-9123 -Insanity. 2700 Albany -J R's. 808 Pac1f1c, 521-2519 -Keystroke. a club on the move, 785- 9258 -Lazy J. 312 Tu am. 528-9343 -Mary's, 1022 Westhe1mer. 527-9669 -M1dtowne Spa, 3100 Fanntn. 522- 2379 -Montrose Mining Co .. 805 Pacific, 529-7488 -Momma·s Money, 534 Westhe1mer, 522-0045 -M1ssoun St Station, 1117 M1ssour1. 524-1333 -Mother's. 402 Lovett, 520-7935 -Jo·s Outpost, 2818 Richmond. 528- 8318 -Past Time. 617 Fa1rv1ew. 529-4669 -Pot Pie Restaurant. 1525 Westhe1mer. 528-4350 -Q Ts. 008 Wes1he1mer. 529-8813 -The Ranch. 9150 S Main, 666-3464 -Rt" Marks, 2715 Waughcrest. 522- 9485 -Ripcord, 715 Fairview, 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 Pac1f1c, 528-6969 ·Scandal's. 1419 Richmond. 528- 8903 ·Spanish Flower Restaurant. 4701 N Main. 869-1706 Thai Villa Restaurant. 2907 W Alabama. 524-4777 -Venture-N, 2923 S. 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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Yea Party!! -the r ar sld....JiiC..--e - 11111111111111111mmm111111111111111111111111111111m1111-'' :::i ~ii• 1=1=o~a:1 -1 •@ii -1 ~ • 1 2923 MAIN • 522-0000 Unlimited Free Safe Parking Across the Street ~~t',, ~ {1\1~ ~y Cheese ~~~ Yl/f ...... /ff THE GOSPEL BRUNCH t-1.~ Sundays Only ~/r~ r\f( $5.95 (f I Remember Those Old-time Country Sunday Afternoon Family Lunches That Lasted Three Hours. You Know, The Ones That Aunt Clara Baked Six Pies and Four Cakes For, Then Worried She Didn't Have Enough. You Know, That Coon-ass Cousin Frenchy Always Made Shrimp Creole and Billy Bob Did His Texas Lasagna. Well Friends, This Is One Of Those. SOUPS SALADS EMTREES .HOC )SE ONE CHC 1Q)E TWO CHOC )SE ONE Baked Featured are Baked Poato 22 fresh· Cheese made Ch•cken Broccoli gourmet Lasagna Cold salads Shr•mp plus bread, butter and Gazpacho cheese creole Serving Brunch from I I ·30am to 3pm. B.Y.O.T (Bring your own tambonne) Highland Village Shopping Center, 3926 Westhe1mer. 621-1825 We Are Getting Ready to be COWTOWN BOUNDJJ Sunday, Oct 1 Come support TG RA and Rodeo Contestants with a day full of Games, Prizes &. Drawings Brazos River Band and Little Bit of Texas 7pm Houston Council of Clubs and Rodeo Contestants guest bartenders Guest entertainers bet ween band sets Steak Night begins 6pm Show your support for TGRA and get them ready for Fort Worth Rodeo­N ov 17,18,19 2400 Brazos 528-9192 Official Fox-Sanctioned FRIDAYS Chutes Male Strip 11 pm, Chutes, 1732 Westheimer SATURDAYS E/ J's Jock Strap Contest 11 pm, E/ J's, 2517 Ralph Winner wtll receive (if be chooses) a professional photo session. a set of the photos. and the opportunity to be a future Friday Fox m the Montrose Voice CONTESTANTS WANTED. Just shaw up 1 hour before contest. WIN CASH. Check with individual bar for more details. CLUB MANAGERS_ If you're having an amateur male stnp contest. contact your Voice ad sales representative and we can make your contest an ··otflc1al Fox Contest'· and help gj For the Montrose Voice a: COPYRIGHT 1989 :il ARIES ::;; ~ The confidence that you've been developing could lead you in two very ii; different directions. One is toward the place you want to be, ond the other w is going overboord. Doing too much is too much. Know when to stort and :::C when to stop. Whoa, partner. ~ TAURUS u. Those sultry days of summer are over, and you're still laying around! Big ~ dreams and an insatiable sex drive can be fun, but it's time ta get up and ~ get moving. The world af the mind and actual achievement beckons; get cl: off yaur back! ;l\ GEMINI UJ ~ After living in The Twilight Zone too long, you're ready to appreciate ~ what is basic and most familiar in your life. For many af you this will mean ~ staying hame with the one wha really loves you. Little things do me!'n a o lot, don't they? ~ CANCER ~ You're able ta lend a helping hand to the one who knows how deep your love truly is. Guidance is what that loved one wants, and your hand is out­stretched to caress and guide olong the way. You're doing well by doing comes naturally. LEO The mind seems to understand whot the heart refuses to oc­knowledge. This is a confusing time, but not without its lighter moments. Your ability to laugh at your mistakes and smile with po­tience at those of others will be very helpful. VIRGO You're ready to come out of the shelter you've found, but what you see when you approach the exit keeps throwing you back in­side. There is, however, untapped energy in your life. Someone in your family could be of more help than you know. LIBRA You're so full of good ideas! Take the brightest and most original and go somewhere with it. Toying with a scheme can be fun, but now it's time to do something with what you've got. A friend may be overwhelmed so you'll need to be reassuring. SCORPIO You've got a secret, and Scorpios love secrets the way Leos love the sun. Rather than revelling in what you know, you could use it to make the fu­ture come alive. Consider how your secret can serve you, and remember to remember. SAGITTARIUS This is an especially strange time for Sagittarians. Is there a guardian an­gel in your life? Things that would normally seem impossible have an im­mense appeal. Your power plus your unique perspective equals some­thing very unusual. CAPRICORN You're tapping a reserve of energy that you rarely use, and you've got a friend whose energy equals your own. Together you have the power to move mountains. Combine forces and move off to the tune of a beautifully different drum. AQUARIUS Someone with hidden motives is shot down quickly by your truthfulness. Now you need to apply that honesty, along with a good measure of diplo­macy, to whatever your problems are on the home front. PISCES Old habits and patterns fall away quickly. You see what your partner needs and you respond to it. Those needs are great, but you can be right there as father, mother friend or confessor, as required. You'll love the thanks you get. V\taNf COii.Si~~ HI, 1¥10 fbBB1E7 Of SA'l\ ~G \)$ED ~KING TAPE !>.ND Peli:~l'JAL E~£ GLAS5 R£fll\f~ ... ~t1-{ LOOI(~ AtNT1-11~Blli TOXIC I~ lHIS CJ\Slli>..L \-IE~K\I(:,~ ~C"E~~ff_. ... v u /_ ) _ _ .! L 7 The Montrose Voice If Montrose is part of your world too, you should be part of the Montrose Voice. TO SUBSCRIBE, OR TO ADVERTISE, CALL 529-8490 "' ~Montrose Soap: People & Places UJ CXl ::; UJ t­o.. UJ rn .,_ <( 0 CI' u_ a: <( <( N a: <( CXl UJ u 6 > UJ ~ Uncle Waltn (BRR! expusi'·' th•· heach ~ sul(• /ook! ilf'ac·h('s maybe' z ~ The Grey Party VII has been set for 0 Sunday, Oct. 22, 4-10 p.m., at Rich's. ~ You must have an invitation to at- /.ady \/idona /.ust don-, serenad4• Jim thn1 yuu '[/ hace tu takf' hm1 homf' and tn• all knm1 1 lrhat happen.<; then.' of fun and two bands for your danc· mg plea.sure 6- 10 p.m. ,\-f1k,• iCutt -t5s1 celebrated hts birthday"" skate~ u·llh a stnpperand tumf'd 2H" lluu· many t•mes dues th ts mak,.l Will. a ren·nt transplant to Jluuston from LoUlsiana acts like he's rwu~r bt•t•n 111 front of a camera be[ure mg that she hasn't gained a pound in thru club members and at BRB. Mar­three months, plus that she's butch y's and Chutes. tend and we understand these are in We understand that Cal ( BRB secu· the mail at this time ... or check with rity) had to rescue Richard's (Titti· and the daddy of her family-Ha! E/J's will host the 1989 Houston Falcon Leather located inside Chutes has been acquired by Zackary Garson according to Ted Lenz, owner. Next Friday, Oct. 6, the shop will be come known as The Toybox, featur· mg all new merchandise. So keep watching Chutes' ads for upcoming Open Outdoor Volleyball Tourna· mentOct.14-15. Thiswillbeadouble elimination tournament with a powerball division and a recreation­al division. Entry iS $30 per team. Trophies will go to the winners of both divisions. Tournament packets are available at E/ J's or you mey call (713) 621-4270 for more informa­tion. one of the hosts for yours. Donations of non-periShable food items or cash for Stone Soup Food Pantry are re­quested at the door. Houston &xleo Contestants going to Ft. Worth will be serving cocktails in BRB's Side Pocket bar and the Houston Council of Clubs will be serving at the main bar this Sunday during the Cowtown Bound benefit for TGRA. Also there will be with lots David Ma1ors (Ju 's Outpost) luuks entirely too ::;neaky in this pictur(>, especially fur a bartender Belligerent conformist Hi) virtue during the early morning hours last week. Who did Cal have to pull out of your car, Richard? Happy Birthdays go out this week to Till tBRB), Joe (Ripcord), Don (Mary's), Ted (Chutes), Ken Pickens and Kerry Gosier who celebrated in full leather in Dallas and Houston this last weekend. We do have pie· tures of you Kerry1 We overheard Vera (BRB) claim· Miss Montrose, Aretha LaBelle with tiara specials. Believe it or not, the Houston Council of Clubs has already put out applications for Let Us Entertain You (LUEY) weekend to be held March 2-4, 1990. They are available and other beauties after the Miss Mon Curtis (Cousins), is this the way you look lrose Contt•st at BRB every morning or ;ust in Acapulco( Place a 'Personal Ad' in Next Week's Montrose Voice The 1990 Miss Gay Volleyball Houston Pageant will held at E/J's on Oct. 14 with the tournament. Ap· plications are now being accepted and the entry fee iS $25 and prizes will oe awarded to the winner. Cate· gories include eveningwear,sports· wear and talent. For more informa· tion contact E/J's. The October meeting of Houston chapter TG.R.A. will be held this Sunday at Mary's starting at 2:00 p.m. Everyone iS welcome to attend. Well we goofed last week when we said that Bar·B-Q Joe was pla,ying with bis toys, when in actuality they were Stanley's toys that were brought into the bar. 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Sam Mon­,,:, ui '" n Sunday Friday: Brittany's Follies llpm with special guests Lady Chanel EJ's own "Lady Dee" Male & Female Strippers Steven & Stevie Live Entertainment by Kenny Rutledge Cameo Appearance by Brucella De'Vall Miss TGRA '90 candidate Saturday: Male Jock Strap Contest-llpm (8 week run) Contestants Sign up Prior to 11 pm $100 1st prize, $50 2nd prize, $25 bar tab 3rd prize MC Rainbo de Clown Weekends: Food with Herman & Packy, --· Liquor Bust $1 well, Sat. 4-?pm, Sun. 6-9pm Beer Bust Sat. 4-10pm, Sun. Noon-10pm Monday: $1 Margaritas, Dart Tournament Weekdays: $1 Vodka 7am-6pm, $1 well 1 am- 2am, Beer Bust 4-10pm Get your team ready for the Houston Open Volleyball tournament at EJ's, Oct 14 & 15. There will be a Miss Gay Volleyball this year. i Looking for a i Library in Montrose? .~11~ 1 it '' ~! _fi 1\ Montrose Branch We're a Library! Library is Houston Public Library's newest branch. We have books and non--print items for children and adults available for free checkout with a Houston Public Library card, and regularly scheduled storytimes for children as well as adult programs. 4100 Montrose Blvd. (almost at Richmond Ave.) Houston 77006 /520--5487 Mondays and Thursdays: Noon to 9 PM Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 10 AM to 6 PM
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