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Title Montrose Voice, No. 35, June 26, 1981
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  • McClurg, Henry
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Date June 26, 1981
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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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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript the parade, the rally, Sunday THE N EWSPAPER OF MONTROSE, ISSUE #35, P UBLISHED WEEKLY Friday June 26, 1981 Good Evening Montrooe weather tonight: 20% chance of showers and a low of 73°. Sunrise: 6:24AM. Saturday: Continued chance of showers and a high of 91°. Sunset: 8:27PM. the concert, Saturday HOUSTON GAY PRIDE WEEK 81 this issue: wn sociation vows fight against hustlers It's "wait and see" time in the Section 21.06 trial Coming next week in the Voice Thousands protest in Canadian Gay Priae Week demonstration GPC to start election drive National gay wire • service Homosexuality in the movies Hollywood is ever so gay! In next week's newspaper, available everywhere Friday 2 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26.1981 GAY PRIDE WEEK COMMITTEE '81 presents the FRED PAEZ MEMORIAL CONCERT UNDER THE STARS featuring: The Great American Yankee The Montrose Singers of Freedom Band, Flag Corps & Houston, Texas Drill Team The Montrose Symphonic Band from Houston, Texas The Oaklawn Concert Band FIREWORKS DISPLAY Spotts Park Saturday, June 27, 1981 8:00 p.m. curtain Free Admission, Refreshments Signing for the deaf provided Event Chairman: Andy Mills Band Hospitality & Publicity Coordinated by Citizens for Human Equality. JUNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 3 Casey Coale is one of four members of the University of Houston's famed Mime Troupe now appearing in Mime, All Mime at Stages Cabaret Theater. See MONTROSE THEATER in our weekly listing of the all the arts in your neighborhood, elsewhere this issue. The MONTROSE VOICE is published every Friday. Offices: 3520 Montrose, suiU! 227. Houston, TX 77006. Phone (713) 529-8490. ConU!nts copyright C 1981. Office hours: 1-Spm. Henry McClurg, publisher/editor. Member Gay Press Association and Texas Gay News Association. IU!ms appearing in the Voice accredited to Copley News Service, San Francisco Chronicle Features Syndicate, Surburban Features, or United Feature Syndicate are copyright by those concerns and are purchased by the Voice for use in ~his newspaper. All other items in the Voice are copyright by the Montrose Voice. POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to3520 Montrose, suiU! 227, Houston, TX 77006. Subscription rate in US: $39 P.er year, 52 issues, or $24 for six months. 26 issues. Joe Keener, advertising director Houston advertising representative: Randy Brown Texa• advertising representatives: Jim Olinger and Wade Frey, Connections, 2401 Manor Road, #118, Austin 78722, (512) 474-1660; Roy Hall, Metro Times, POB 225915, Dallas 75265, (214) 528-9944. Nahonal adverti•ing representative: Joe DiSabato, Rivendell Marketing, 666 6th Avenue, New York lOOll, (212) 242-6863. Advertising deadline: Every Tuesday, 7:00pm, for issue to be released three days laU!r. Montrose News Parade and Rally to highlight Gay Pride Week The Houston gay community is planning on staging its third annual Gay Pride Parade Sunday, June 28, followed immediately in Spotts Park by the Gay Political Caucus's third annual Gay Pride Rally. The two events are seen as the climax of the eleven day Gay Pride Week, a commemoration of thE Stonewall Riots in New York in 1969 when gay people were firsf known to have fought back againsf blatant harrasment by law enforce ment officials. The Parade is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. at the comer ofS. Shep­herd and Westheimer and proceed down Westheimer to Bagby. The Rally, with fireworks, is set to start at 7:00 p.m. at Spotts Park, at Waugh Drive and Memorial. GPC president Lee Harrington said this year's rally should be the second largest gay political rally in the country. Gay Pride Week chairperson Larry Bagneris Jr. said he thinks the parade will also be one of the largest gay parades in the country and is the only one he knows of with three bands. The Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles and the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallas, plus the Montrose March· ing Band of Houston, are scheduled to participate, along with dozens of floats and marching units. The three bands will combine in a concert at Spotts Park the night before (Saturday), which will also have a fireworks display. The Sat· urday night concert is being billed as a Fred Paez memoiral, in tribute to the gay activist killed last year by an off-duty Houston police offi­cer, Kevin McCoy. McCoy's trial is pending, with the latest date set for August. Longtime Houston gay activists Ray Hill and Rita Wenstrom are this year's grand marshalls of the parade. Former Texas politician Francis Farenthold and Minneapolis police chief Anthony Bouza are the sched­uled featured speakers at the Sun­day rally. Farenthold was a nearly success­ful gubernatorial candidate in 1970 and 1972. Bouza, as the police chief of a major U.S. city, is an out­spoken advocate of hiring gay peo­ple as police officers. Another traditional Gay Pride Week event is the Heritage Festival staged this year on Friday, June 26, at 2504 Mason in Montrose, 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Neartown announces fight on prostitutes Members of the Neartown Associa­tion, a Montrose civic organiza­tion, voted June 23 to make the problem of prostitution in the neighborhood their "priority issue," reported the Houston Post. Montrose is predominantly gay and much of the open prostitution is by male hustlers in 500 block. Neartown acted after hearing from representatives of the Hous­ton Police Department's vice squad and a district attorney's office representative that citizen action is needed to help solve the problem, the newspaper reported. About sixty people were said to have attended the meeting of the group, which is held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7pm at Bering Church, 3405 Mulberry. Among those blamed by Near­town for helping perpetuate the prostitution problem were resi­dents who refused to file charges against violators or to testify m cases involving prostitution when their testimony was crucial for prosecution, reported the Post. Also balmed were "absentee lan­downers," people who own pro­perty in the area but wouldn't take responsibility for any illegal activ­ity that might be going on there, the paper reported. One possible action discussed to help solve the problem was the for­mation of committees to research property ownership so that eco­nomic or other pressure can be placed on the property owners, it was reported. "They may be a successful law­yer or a banker and economic pres­sure, or publicity, might force them to be a bit more careful about who they rent their property out to," Mary Dee Neal, vice president of the Cherryhurst Civic Club, was reported as saying. "The problem is when you run into syndicates and corporations and assumed names-you can't tell who owns the property," it was added. John Zipprich, Neartown's vice president, said the community should also show the police depart­ment that "we're behind them," the Post reported. Sgt. P.M. Hogg of the police vice squad reportedly said the rise in prostitution in Montrose began years ago when the area gained a reputation as an area where all kinds of people could express a variety of views openly. 4 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 Thousands protest in Canada TORONTO-About 2000 gay rights supporters staged a noisy Gay Pride Week demonstration in downtown Toronto June 20 to pro­test police raids the week earlier at two gay baths, AP reported. Twenty-one people were said to have been arrested in the baths raid. The demonstrators frequently broke through police lines and surged into the streets, snarling traffic, AP said, adding that there was no violence and no arrests in the demonstration. The Saturday night demonstra­tion was the second time in eight days that protests had been staged over what gay leaders said was an harassment campaign by Toronto police, the news service reported. Na. tional .g ay wire service hopes to be operational by fall NEW YORK-A national inter­connected gay news service, a pro­ject of the recently-organized Gay Press Association (GPA), could be operational by this fall, stated Joe DiSabato, president of the group. Writing in the organization's first newsletter, DiSabato pointed out that "the Moral Majority is using television and satellites while we are trading off third-class mail subscriptions. There can be a lag of up to six or eight weeks before gay people in many parts of the country learn of important events that took place elsewhere." DiSabato said the individual ter­minals, enabling local gay publica­tions to communicate with each other on a one-to-one basis using long distance lines, may be installed at up to a dozen publica­tions by August. Installation of a central host computer is necessary to enable one publication to send simultane­ously (and economically) to all the other publications. Installation of the central host computer, how­ever, would cost about$15,000, DiS­abato said. Fifteen of the country's larger gay publications, including the MONTROSE VOICE and TWT in Houston, were being asked to donate or stage a fund-raiser for $1000 each to finance the central host computer. "Finally, I'd like to again express my thoughts that the GPA can be­and will be-the most important and vital gay organization in the country if we are all committed to make it so," DiSabato said. "With the current intramural warfare and paralysis which is crippling some of our most visible national gay political organiza­tions, it is our duty to see to it that the GPA is organized, professional, well-funded and effective." Pioneer gay disco DJ found dead ATLANTA-Angelo Solar, 26, pop­ular DJ at Atlanta's Backstreet Disco since the club's opening, died June 2 in his apartment, reported Atlanta's Gazette newspaper. Solar, who had worked at the club six years and was well-known locally and in national gay disco circles, was found unconscious by friends and taken to hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival, the newspaper reported. There was speculation that he died of heart attack. Oral Majority sets sights high In a recent newsletter produced by Home Coalition, the Houston agent for Bob Kunst's Oral Majority orga­nization, director George Barnhart announced the group's desire to hold a national "Freedom Fesival '82" in Houston. Oral Majority is a liberal, gay-supported civil rights organization established to try to counter the conservative thrust of the IU!v. Jerry Falwell's Moral Majority organization. "Come Freedom Festival '82 and Houston will be regarded as the freedom capital of the world," Barnhart said. Admitting that the project would be a major undertaking, Barnhart said it would require about $300,000 to stage. But he added that he thought it could produce many millions of dollars in income for the organization and in general revenue for the city as a convention site. No Specific plans or exact date were announced in the newsletter. GPC begins election effort Houston's largest gay political organization, the Gay Political Caucus, will kick off its four-month city municipal elections campaign Wednesday, June 1, at the Down­town Holiday Inn on Calhoun Street, announced GPC president Lee Harrington. He said U.S. Congressman Mickey Leeland will address the group. "We expect a large crowd and included in that crowd will be all the Montrose precinct judges. Each will outline their plans for the four month effort," Harrington said. "We intend to have the most sue- News cessful voter registration drive in GPC history. The precinct judges will get much help from the Caucus Wednesday night. We also will initiate plans for offering our tele­phone bank capabilities to endorsed candidates' headquar­ters, and we will finalize the steps necessary to reach our mailing list goal of 15,000 by Oct. 15," he said. Hepatitus virus cloned for vaccine SAN FRANCISCO-IU!searchers at the University of California have successfully cloned part of a hepatitus virus to use as a vaccine against the virus itself, reported UPI in early June. The new procedure, described in an article in Nature magazine, is a step toward easy, cheap production of a vaccine for a disease that attacks several hundred million people a year and has been impli­cated as a cause of liver cancer, the news service reported. Gay men, because of their sexual practices, are frequent victims of hepatitus. '.VS ive in judges :aucus 0 will tr tele­~ s to lquar­' steps ~:!:' chers ornia of a ccine rted JUNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 5 WITH RECOGNITION COMES LIBERATION. WE CELEBRATE GAY PRIDE WEEK WITH OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN HOUSTON AND AROUND THE WORLD ... ONE PEOPLE. ONE PRIDE. ONE FREEDOM. VENTURE-N 2923 MAIN ST. HOUSTON IN RECOGNITION OF GAY PRIDE WEEK 1981, WE ARE OFFERING HAPPY HOUR PRICES ALL NIGHT FRI., SAT. AND SUNDAY, WITH SPECIAL PRE-PARADE EYE-OPENERS SUNDAY NOON-5PM WE WILL CLOSE FOR THE PARADE, 5-7PM; BUT JOIN US AFTERWARD TO CELEBRATE ... WE ARE THE PEOPLE! YEA! BE GAY! BE PROUD! BE FREE! Montrose Voice 529-8490 We support Gay Pride Week Crystal candle holder. brass cricket box & plexi-glass & brass Leaded crystal bookends • Colorful beach lowels Gifts & Accessories, 604 Westheimer, 529-8002. 12-8 Mon.-Sat. Environmental Designs/Fine Furnishings, 608 Westheimer. 10-6 Mon.-Sat. Major credit cards & checks welcome. Ample free parking. J J, Bl 81 81 H tli h1 81 of " Ab ban Frid 1011 Th 2400 JUNE 26, 1981 / MONTROSE VOICE 7 The Nation 2 in runoff for Hinson's seat JACKSON, Miss.-A Republican supported by President Reagan and a small city Democratic mayor are in the runoff to fill the U.S. House seat vacated by Jon Hinson, the congressman charged with having sexual relations with another male in a U.S. government office building. "Sing it again, Sam" Samantha Samuels, a popular Califor­nia and New York-based entertainer, will appear evenings in Houston at Baja's, 402 Lovett, July 1 through July 5, the club announced. Samuels, who goes by the name "Sam,'' has risen in two years from the status of a strictly backstreet Manhat­tan singer to a continental (American and Canadian) entertainer, her press agent says. Her listofrecententertain­ment locations shows she bas deve­loped a healthy gay following-hence the reason for the Baja's engagement, which the club is unabashedly glowing over. They said they've been under a great deal of pressure to "make sure" Sam comes to Houston. Her shows are scheduled nightly from 9:00 p.m. to 1:30 a .m. at Baja's. Sam was born and raised in Chicago and was working as a child performer in clubs there at the age o!seven, they said. She was said to have gathered a reputation in those early days as 11the skinny little girl with the big Merman voice." Much of her material is written exclusively for her by her manager, Steven Shore. Concerts This Week In & Near Montrose (Friday, June26, through Thuraday, July2) Ab and the Rebel Outlawo (country band) Friday and Saturday eveninra at the Exile, IOU Bell, 659-0453; Sunday afternoon and Thursday evenin& at Brazoe River Bottom, :UOO Brazoo, 628-9192. Randy Allen and the Double Eagle Band (country band) Friday and Saturday evenings at Brazoe River Bottom, :UOO Brazoo, 628-9192; Thuro­day evenini at the Exile, 1011 Bell, 659- 0453. Paul En1liah Group (contemporary jazz) Evenings except Sunday at Cody'• (otraight), 3400 Montroae, 522-9747. Bob Henachen Trio (jazz) 9pm-lam Tueodayo at Lu Briou (otraijiht), 614 W. Gray, 628-9969. Llaa Mlnnelll and Joel Gray (popular) 8·J6pm Friday, 7:16pm and !0:!6pm Setur­d~ y and 8:!5pm Sunday at Joneo Hall Dr. Rocl<lt (R&B) U ' ( . ht) Monday evening at Rockefe er 1 1tr&11 , 3620 Waahin(ton, 864-6242. Samantha Samuele (piano oon1"1treos) Republican businessman Liles Williams is pitted against Mayor Wayne Dowdy of McComb in the runoff after both edged out six other candidates in the non­partisian election to fill out the remaining 21 months of Hinson's term. Williams won 45% of the vote in the June 23 initial voting and Dowdy captured 25%. Hinson, a Republican, resigned effective April 13. The 39-year-old conservative had set his resignation date exactly one month earlier in the aftermath of his arrest in the House office build­ing bathroom. He was charged with a felony at the time, but it was later reduced to "attempted oral sodomy," a misdemeanor. Calls for Hinson's resignation, which started the day he was arrested, came from members of the Mississippi congressional dele­gation and the national and state Republican Party leadership. The congressman was arrested with 28-year-old Harold Moore, a Library of Congress employee, in a men's room at the House Long­worth Building across the street from the Capitol on Feb. 4. Hinson initially posted $2000 bond the afternoon of the arrest. He entered Washington Sibley Hospital for counseling and treat­ment after pleading innocent to the charge. Montrose Theater/Concerts/Art 9pm-1:30am Wedneaday and Thursday at Baja's, 402 Lovett, 627-9866. Scott Gertner Quarter (jazz) Evenings except Sunday and Monday at Birdwatche111 (atnight), 907 Weatheimer, 527-0595. Jay McShann (jazz) 9:30pm Friday and Saturday at Rocke­feller's (otraight), 3620 Waahington, 864· 6:U2. The Terry Muon/Phil Settle Band (jazz) Sunday and Monday evenin11 at Bird­watchero (straight), 907 Weotheimer, 527- 0695. Art This Week in Montrose (Saturday, June 27, throul{h Friday, July3) Art League of Houoton-19113 Montroae-1123-91130 All Media Open Slww noon-4pm Saturday, J0am-4pm Monday through Friday. Contemporary Arte Muaeum-6218 Montrose Blvd.-626-3129 Neil Jenney: Painting• and Sculpture, 1967-1980 in the Upotairo Gallery; Chark1 Sclwrre: Pagea from Book1 UnpublUMd in the Downatain (Perspectivea) Gallery; 10am-5pm Saturday, noon-6pm Sunday, and JOam-Spm Tueoday through Friday. Hooko-Epoteln Gallery-1200 Bloaonnet-1122-0718 Polychrome wood aculpture and waterco­lon by Jacqueline Foael daily except Sunday and Monday. Live Theater This Week Near Montrose (Friday, June26, through Thuraday, July2) Agne• Arnold Auditorium-Unlveni· ty of Houoton Cherry Wolf Solo Vib<!s and The Cl.., in the Old Bird &th (comedy) 8:30pm Saturday. (Nina Vance) Alley Theater (large otage)-6111 Texaa-228-8421 Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians 8:30pm Friday, 5 & 9pm Saturday, 2:30 & 7:30pm Sunday, 8pm Tueaday and Wednea­day, & 8:30pm Thuraday. Chocolate Bayou Theater-1823 Lamar-7119-9840 Kevin O'Morri1on'1 Ladylwu1~ Blue• 8:30pm Friday and Saturday, 7pm Sunday and 7:30pm Thuraday. Comedy Workohop Cabaret and the Comb: Anne.JC-19015 S. Shepherd- 1124-7333 The Two-Bit o,,.,., 8:30 and !l:OOpm Friday Organizations asked to fill out form Muoeum of Fine Arta-lOOl Bleeonnet- From Ned Parker preaident of 1l;,6;l:~l Ferber: Sculpture, Painting Interact/Houston' (~pen. letter sent Drawing 1945-198(): Upper Brown Gallery to Houston gay orgaruzations) (through Sunday only); New Acceuia.n• 111 As president of Interact/ Houston, I Phot~graphy: LowerT~ro1-;,.n ~~~j~~~;; ~ould like to take this opporf:unit! to Sunlight on Leavu. s• dp G II . introduce you to our organization. Tradition : Maeteron tu Y a ery, · fit tax Jmpruaioni•t a.nd Poat·lmpre••ioniat .lnteract/Housi?n 18 a non:pro . , ~ &lectiona from the Beck Collection: Jones exempt educat1o':'al organization 1or Gallery· !Oam-6pm Saturday, noon-6pm gays and lesbians . We sponsor Sunday,' and !Oam-6pm Tueaday through educational programs, forum.a, Friday. speakers and films fo the homophile Rothko Chapel-1409 Sul Rooo . . Mark Rothk.o ab.tract expre111on11t painting• and Barnett Newman'• Broken Ob<!lisk oculpture. Speedby'o Old Print Gallery-20111-F W. Gray-1121-96152 . Will Bradley art nouveau pnnta !Oam-6pm daily except Sunday and Monday. Wateon/de Naey-1106 Berthea Worko by Dan Riuie. Watoon-Wlllour A Company-2000 Peden I.aura Ruuell and Otio Jamee daily except Sunday and Monday. Wlldcatter-3617 Waohlnston-869- 111111 Oil indu1try-related work• daily except Sunday and Mondar- , _ community. The organization was founded in 1970 ao Intergrity/ Houston (no relations to the Episcopal Integrity) and was chartered in the otate of Texas as l/H Incorporated in 1980. We received our 50l(cX3l status in 1981. ln and Saturday, 8:30pm Toeoday through Thuraday; improvioional comedy 8:30pm Sunday. The Enaemble-1010 Tuam-1120-00M 0..ie Davia' Purl,. VictorioUB 8:30pm Fri­day and Saturday and 5pm Sunday. Main Street Theater-Autrey House, 62611 S. Main-1124-6706 Arthur SchniWer'1 La Roruk (comedy) 8:30pm Friday, Saturday and Thuraday. Stagee Cabaret Stase-709 Franklin- 2211-91139 MIM, All Mme (comedy) !0:30pm Friday and Saturday and 8pm Thuraday; Lunch­tiTM Mime Monday through Friday at noon. Stageo Main Stare-709 Franklln- 2211-91139 Jean-Paul Sartre'• No Exit (modern clusic) 8pm Friday and Saturday. Tower Theater-1201 We•theimer- 1122-24112 Mias Gay Hou1ton finala Saturday evening. Letters June of this year, we changed our operational name from Integrity/ Houston to Interact1 Houston. Besides our educational programs, we sponsor the Gay Archives of Texas, which is a resource and information center. The Archives consist of gay publications, audio1viaual materials, news clippings and over 800 books on subjects of concern to our community. Contribution• of materials are welcome and can be used by the donar as a tax deduction. Pleeee feel free to contact us if there is other information that you would like to have. l/H Incorporated was the only Texas organization represented at the Southeastern Conference for Lesbians and Gay men held in Baton Rouge last April. As such, we have taken on the responsibility of compiling an updated list of the gay and leabian organiza­tions in the state for the Southern Alliance of Lesbian and Gay Organizations, or SALGO. This list will be uoed to more firmly eatabliah communication between groupa in the South. (Editor's note: organizations can call Interact/ HoW1ton at 524-5463 or write at P.O. Box 16041, Hozuton, TX 77022, for a questionnaiiY to help in their compiling a liat of Hou.aton gay organizatwns.) 8 MONTROSE VOICE I J UNE 26, 1981 "'We the rPeopfe" . Raul & his staff salute the gay men and women of Montrose, Gay Pride Week, 1981. • cRaut' 1. !B'ta1.1. cRubblng c::4 cf(Htauiant and 'Win£ 23ai OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 11-10 WINE, BEER & CHEESE HAPPY HOUR 4-7 with 2 for 1 Free Hors D'oeuvres • Best Hamburger in Houston with French Fries or Baked Potato and Relish Tray • Soup & Sandwiches • Mexican Selection • Daily Specials- 3-course lunch- $5 • Our Specialities: Quiche Lorraine, Beef Casserole, Homemade Pate & Homemade Cakes (The Best Cheesecakes in Town) Live Entertainment Nightly EX~\7RS. Featuring Jawad-Jazz, Blues & Folk on Acoustic Guitar " If you're a restaurant, what' s a Brass Rubbing?" It'e an art form dating from 12th Century HolJand and Germany. Wax rubbings or tracings are taken from bra.u burial markers set in church floors, an image of what that person looked like in life. Raul's has a dozen original rubbing& on display-come on in and look them over. DINE IN OR TAKE-OUT ORDERS 914 <'Wut c:/f[abama 529- 0627 The South 40 11034 Almeda Genoa, 941-9796 Sunday: 25' Beer Monday: •2 draft beer bust, &pm-closing Horseshoes, pool, darts, backgammon On your way back from Galveston, stop by and see our bar. It's in the middle of the woods! Pink Elephant "Oldest & Friendliest in Texas" 1218 Leeland, Houston 77002 659-0040 "g:JfaygL7-[ 9offLe2" with your hostess, Laura Lee Love and regulars Lana Kane & Eydie Mae Every Saturday, 10:30pm ($1 cover will go to performers) This week Special Mystery Guest Coming Sunday, July 5- "Court of the Single Star'' Gong Showl HAPPY HOURS Saturday Midnight-2am Sunday: noon-8pm Mon-Fri: 4pm-8pm open 10om Mon-Sat, noon Sun A MONTROSE ALTERNATIVE TEXAS FIRST THE 2306~ Open 7 nights, 9pm-6am weeknights, to 9am weekends 2306 Genessee (Fairview at Tuam) 528-6235 JUNE 26, 1981 / MONTROSE VOICE 9 Color July Tchaikovsky July 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 24, 25. 8 p.m. nightly Wedn11d•y, July 15 Oxana Yab6onskaya . piano Symphony No 1 in G minot (Winter Dreams) Concerto No 1 tn 8-flat minor for l)lano andoreheslra Thuradey, July 16 Fredell Lack. v1o6in Shirley Trepet, cello SU1te from Sleeping Beauty Serenade Melancohque for vtohn and orchestra Valse·Scherzo !or vtOttn and 0tchestra Pezzo capr1cc10so for celk> and orchestra Manfred Symphony --- "" o.,-.. ·~-- in airconditioned Jones Hall 7 Evenings of All-Tchaikovsk} Magic Dazzling International Soloists Maestro Sergiu Comissiona conducting every performance. Popular Prices for the Entire Family­$ 12 so. 9. 7. 6 .4. 3 Order now for best seats! The Fireworks Begin July 15! Tickets: 227-ARTS Houston Ticket Center (Jones Hall) Ticketron (Joske's) Group Discounts Available Festival Hotline: 224-6886 Frld•y. July 17 Nathaniel Rosen , celo Serenaoe in C Majof tor Stnngs VariallOOS on a Rococo Theme IOJ celo Symphony No 4 in F fT'lll"IOf. Op 36 Saturd•y, July 18 Michael Ponti . piano Fan1asy Francesca da R1mtn1 Concert Fantasy tor piano and orchestra Symphony No 3 m D Map (Polish) Tuesd1y, July 21 David Bar-man • piano _.. .. - "' FIRST SlCO'<O "" Overture to The Suxm Concerto No. 2 in G Ma,or !Of piano and orches1ra Symphony No. 2 '1 C miv. Op 11 Fridey. July 24 Eugene Fodor . viC>tln PrelUde lo Aque Deme Concerto Lil 0 Ma,or tor v1011n and orcheSlra Symphony No 6 m B minor (Pathet1que) S1turd1y, July 25 Overture-Fantasy Hamlet Over1ure·Fantasy Romeo and Juliet Symphony No. 5 in E rrunor "'-""" a-to~ torGr.io 1bl-' J1'9y ..... 10HouslOft~ll"'r' co ... (:£ RT CHOOCI. cHO>CE "' TOTALS <OCA .P.O..P..\. l .l.Rpj:ll .L.,e.,ll.().'d,.'!,P.t.f.f•. . BP Ortnnl•• G<atnd f 19f M <1U~ -F"·Jn18-aiOl'V <OCA PRICE PA>Cf SEAT S '"" "'"' J\JlY'I JUl.Yll t--- -+ - ,___ +-~--+---+-~ S-e'"J\llr ,..,... ___ , - V""S ,. .. n11or91:e,.•ll<ttllll01~ 1..b.O.u.l. 1heTc:"•*o~vSv111 PleMecomc>'Me1'W1'*'-'"AfOrW-cfl ..oro.Tr.ni.~ --· Montrose Movies Movies This Week Near Montrose (Friday, June26, through Thursday, July2) Theatere in and near Mont~ Alabama-29'l2 S. Shepherd-522-5176 French Qua.rter-3201 Louiaiana--627-0782 Galleria-Loop 610 at Weethelrner-4326-4011, 626-0140 Greenway-Greenway P1az.a Underpound--62.6-3339 Loew'• Saks-S. Po.t Oak at San Felipe-627-9910 Mu1eum of Fine Arts-Brown Auditorium 10 0 1 Biuonnet-526-1361 River Oaka-2009 W. Grav-524-2175 Shamrock-7017 ~- Main..:....797·1446 Windaor-5078 Ricbmond-4322-2650 •SHOWING ALL WEEK Titles to be announced, gay male erotica double feature: French Quarter Mel Brooko' Hi•tory of the World, Part l (1981 comedy) &tarring Dom DeLuiuae, Madeline Kahn and Harvey Korman: 12:30, 2:25, 4:20, 6:15, 8:10, 10:05, Galleria John Waters' Polyeeter(1981 comedy)atarring Divine and Tab Hunter: Shamrock The Four Season• (1981 comedy) starring Carol Burnett, Alan Alda and Rita Moreno: 1:00, 3:05. 5:10, 7:30, 9:35, Galleria La Cage aux Folle• II (1981 comedy. in French with English subtitles, rated Rl starring Ugo Tognazzi & Michel Serrault: Greenway •FRIDAY ONLY Title to be announced: 2:30pm, Different Drum, 1732 Weatheimer, 528-8508 Gentleman Jim (1942) starring Errol Flynn: 7:30, River Oaka Jean Luc Goddar'o My Life to Live: 7:30pm, Rice Media Center Fritz Lang'• The Return of St. Jameo starring Gene Tierney and Henry Fonda: 8pm, Museum o{ Fine Arte Martin Seo.,....'• Raging Bull 0981 drama, rated Rl starring Robert De Niro: 9:30, River Oaks Title to be announced: 2:15am !Sat. morning), Different Drum, 1732 Weatheimer, 528-8508 •FRIDAY,SATURDAY&SU DAY Bruce Ricker'a La1t of the Blue Devils (muaica!) starring Count Baaie, Big Joe Williama and Jay McShann : 8pm, Rockefellers, 3620 Washington, 864-6242 •SATURDAY ONLY Karel Reisz'• hadora. 7;30pm. lOpm, Rice Media Center Tobacco Road or Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet'a From the Cloud1 to the Resiatance (Italian with subtitles): 8pm, Museum of Fine Arta Title to be announced: 2:15am (Sun. morning}, Diffenmt Drum, 1732 Westheimer, 528-8508 •SATURDAY & SUNDAY Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland(l951 animation): 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 6:00. 7:30, 9:00, River Oaks •SUNDAY ONLY Title to be announced: afternoon. Briar Patch, 2294 W. Holcombe, 665-9678 •MONDAY ONLY Title to be announced: 2:30pm, Different Drum, 1732 Weatheimer, 528-8..508 Luis Bunuel'a The Diecreet Charm of the Bour&eoi•ie 0972 comedy): 7:30, River Oaks Title to be announced: 9pm at the Galleon , 2303 Richmond, 522· 7616 Lui1 Bunel'o The Phantom ofLlberte (1974 comedy): 9:30, River Oaks WI'UESDA Y ONLY Title to be announced: 2:30pm, Different Drum, 1732 Westheimer. 628-8508 Throuch the Looking Gia .. : 7:30, River Oaks The Beet of the New York Erotic Film Festival 9:00, River Oaks What Ever Happened to Baby Jane starring Bette Davia and Joan Crawford: 10:15pm, Mary's, 1022 Weetheimer. 52S-8851 •WEDNESDAY ONLY Viva !Uaial (1978): 7:30, River Oaks Alberto Lattuada'1 Come Have Coffee With Uo (comedy) starring Ugo TaKnazzi, Francesca Coluzzi. Angela Goodwin and Milena Vucotic- 9:15, River Oake llTHURSDAY ONLY The Hunchback of Sotre Dame 0939 horror) otarring Charlee Laughton: 7:00, River Oaks David Lynch'• Elephant Man (l980drama. rated PG> 11tarring John Hurt: 9:15, River Oak.a Title to be announced: 9-.30pm, Wildwood Saloon, 1504 Westheimer, 528-9040 10 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 "You have the ultimate facilities in Houston!" "The SPA has improved tremendously over the last year. Keep it up!" "I wish New York's was this nice. I love New York, it's my home, but the Houston Midtowne Spa is the best place I've ever been. Keep up the good work." "The staff works as a team." "The service here was superb-it's a pleasure coming here." "The Spa couldn's be better!" "The club is in excellent shape." "The sundeck is tremendous." ''A lot more than I expected." ''Always happy with the Spa." "The improvements are quite spectacular." "I like this place." "Very good service." "The place was neat and clean." "Everyone was help{ ul, fast and courteous." "Everything was in per{ ect order." "Fantastic!" "Per{ ect!" "Excellent!" ''THANKS, YOU make our work a pleasure!" LOCKER SPECIAL! s35o 10-4PM GOOD FOR 8 HOURS FULL SIZE LOCKER 3100 FANNIN AT ELGIN 522-2379 COME SEE OUR NEW ROOF GARDEN " ~, ~, JUNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 11 Music Johnny Paycheck tells a story of Merle Haggard By ROBIN WELLES Copley News Service JOHNNY PAYCHECK Mr. Hag Told My Story (CBS) - This is the country gentleman who looks like be should sit for a Rembrandt portrait but sings like a good ol' boy should. Johnny endeared himself to several generations with ''Take This Job and Shove It," and he's been growling out bits ever smce. Another high school dropout strikes it big, which nught tell you something about the value of education. HOLLYWOOD - Year after year the jazz beat hangs in there, beating off the challenges of rock, disco, country, pop and rhythm and blues. The main reason is that every generation produces some outstanding jazz art­ists. New blood continuously flows into the art form. Nowhere is this more clear than in the Jazz Odys­sey Series being released by Columbia. The nine albums span the years from Billie Holiday to Jaclue Paris. Each LP is outstanding. One album is devoted to Hol­iday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Lena Horne - the titans of their genera­tion. Holiday sings Ger­shwin's "The Man I love; · Fitzgerald does "My Melan­choly Baby," Horne en­trances with "Prisoner of Love" and the divine Sarah does Waller's "Ain't Mis­behavin"'. Quite a bit of the piano backup is provided by Teddy Wilson Time of the recordings ranges from 1935 to 1950. lo addition to vocalist Pans. Modern Jazz Perspec­tive album features Don Byrd on trumpet, Wynton Kelly on piano and Arthur Taylor on drums. Other albums in the series are J.J. Inc. (The J.J. John­son Sextet), Phil Woods and bis quartet, Bud Powell. Art Blakey and the Jazz Mes­sengers (hard hop), Bob Brookmeyer (with Stan Getz and Herbie Hancock), Jazz Critics' Choice (a jazz oldie including such as Claude Thornhill, Bessie Smith, Benny Goodman, Duke Ell­mgtoo and Louis Armstron), and Jingle Bell Jazz which features Lionel Hampton, Carmen McRae, Dave Bru­beck, Miles Davis and others on Christmas favorites. OHIO PLAYERS (Tender­ness) - Slide and glide with these elegant dudes who are 10 complete harmony with themselves and their fans. The main entree is "Try a Little Tenderness," a tune that bends and twists just the way the Players do. If you thought dance music bad been blasted to death by acid rock, the Players will re­store your faith. LEON REDBONE - From Branch to Branch (Emerald­Atco) - Everytime you bear Redbone it's like time bad reversed itself and you bad stumbled into a 1920's speakeasy and there sat Leon at the piano. Certainly be would have been a bit in that era with that low, quak­ing, old-time voice that wraps itself so beautifully and uniquely around oldies like (on th!S LP) "My Blue Heaven." And he's a hit in this era, too, which shows you bow little times change. SPINNERS - Labor of Love (Atlantic) - One of the classier soul and rhythm and blues groups around. Funky beat and hypnotic repetition combine to produce a sultry atmosphere that you some­times find in one of those g Ii t te r- a od-chro me nightspots in the big city Quintet bas been around long enough to have it all to­gether Get that summer tan without the work! We guarantee it! Call today! OUR EQUIPMENT IS IMPORTED FROM GERMANY AND EXCEEDS ALL F.D.A. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 5215 YOAKUM, HOUSTON ROTHIUDT INTHPRISIS, INC. 1910 Call 529-5100 today; look, feel better tomorrow! 12 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 It's "wait and see" time in the 21.06 trial DALLAS-It only took two days for the initial courtroom procedures in the constitutionality trail of sec­tion 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code, and now those following plaintiff Donald F. Baker and the defense (the city and county attorneys of the Texas as a class) will have nothing to do but twiddle thumbs until final briefs arefiled by July 15 and July 30. Section 21.06 is that portion of Texas law which states that homosexual conduct is illegal. Dallas actvist Baker says the law is in contridiction to the U.S. Con­stitution. He filed the federal suit with the help of the Texas Human Rights Foundation. Judge Jerry Buckmeyer instructed the defense to file its post-trial brief by July 15 and plain­tiff Baker to file by July 30. Dr. Judd Marmor, a past presi­dent of the American Psychiatric Association, was the first expert witness in the two-Oay trial. He tes­tifed that homosexuality is not a I· ------A-N-T-I-Q-U-E-S -A-U-C-T-I-O-N- -----,1 I Auction Friday, June 26 7:00 P.M. I I Satvrday, June 27 7:00 P.M. I Preview Friday, June 26 10:A.M. until sale time 1 Saturday, June 27 1:00 P.M. until sale time I I Featuring: I I Custom SPOrts Cu - Based on• 1938 MG - (VA/Tl with I 1964 JHuar ' double over hHd cam dual carburetors - I dark green - 73,000 miles - right h•nd drive. Rare Chinese wedding or Opium bed - fully restored 1 1 having reverse glass paintings and mirrored sliding pan-els - complete with drapes •nd mats. A rare •nd unusual I item. I An 87 piece set of .800 fine silver flatw•re - Continental. This sale Includes: I American country mahagany foll front glass doored sec,.. tary, Oak country dining - suite, Oak pedestal dining I table, etched glass doored china cabinet, Victorian -rd. I robe, Mahagany 3 piece bedroam suite, several draw leaf I tables, elaborate carved -k slde~rd, Sheraton mahoga· ny Pembrake table, set of four oak QuMn Anne chairs, I Louis XVI style marble top commode! Ed-rdlan Inlaid I center table, Roll tap desks, sets of Inlaid dining chairs, I larve carved oak Vlctarlan hall bench with mirror. Kohler I and Campbell New York upright piano, Victorian sofa, Oak hall stand, French ladles writing desk. I Numeraus other small Items of glass, china, silver plate and I silver, bronzes, sculpture, oil paintings, and jewelry will be I Included. ~ i MAN~~~~;~~~~RIES );/ilo/jf i~ (offs~:;~1!x1t) , 11!Jl{Jl~ff, I West Memarlal Park Plaza {Jduf,f/C) ~ .... I I !'hone 468-7276 ( I I Auctioneer Donald H. Mudd TXGE 77.0700 I ...... ________________________ ~ The State mental illness and gave his opinion that homosexual conduct should be decriminalized. matization caused by laws such as 21.06. I Dr. Victor Furnish, a theologian on the faculty of Southern Metho­dist University, testified on the reli­gious origins of condemnations of homosexuality, saying that the Bible's references to homosex­uality do not refer to homosexual relationships beased upon love and mutual support. Dr. William Simon, a sociologist at the University of Houston and a former member of the Kinsey Insti­tute, described the problems gay people face as the result of the stig- The final expert witness on behalf of the plaintiff was Dr. Campbell &led, also on the staff of Southern Methodist University. He gave statistical evidence showing that gay people are subject to dis­criminatory law enforcement patterns. The only expert witness pre­sented by the state was Dr. James Grigson, a Dallas psychiatrist. He stated that homosexuals suffer from a "pathological illness." 1612 Westheimer 1620 Commonwealth REED'S KEY SHOP IN THE MONTROSE Jim Reed, specialist in auto keys and locks, is an expert in repair, re-key and maintenance services for all types of locks and fasteners. CAFE ST. MICHEL 2150 RICHMOND, HOUSTON-522--0041 LUNCH ~ESDAY-FRIDAY, 11:30 AM-2:30 DINNER EVERYDAY EXCEPT MONDAY 6:00 PM-11:30PM HAPPY HOURS 11:00 AM-7:00 PM, 2 drinks for the price of 1 JAZZ BRUNCH Friday & Saturday Night 10:30 PM-3:00 AM. Order light dishes from our late menu and listen SUNDAY to live jazz! Every Sunday l lam·3pm. Our cham· pagne b~n~h features egg diahes, fresh BRUNCH b!.k:.~ed JWces and croiasantl from our A HOME AWAY FROM HOME .TtJNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 13 We the People at Marv's natura11y welcome the L.A. Great Amnerican Yankee Freedom Band and the Oak Lawn Concert Band Tuesday movie at Mary's-What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, with Bette Davis (those eyes) and Joan Crawford (that mouth)-10:15pm 14 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 Baja's, nice, yes, but not too formal BAJA'S, 402 Lovett, 527-9866. Reviewed June 1981. OVERALL**** SERVICE ****· FOOD QUALITY***· FOOD VALUE***· ~TMOSPHERE **** CLEANLINESS***** • twnble, ••poor, ••••~•••• sood. ***** •uJ)ftb By Jona than Dough The gay population of Houston is fortunate in that it has many restaurants which cater almost exclusively to the gay market. Such places, whatever else may be said for them, share one common attraction: gay people can relax there. They can hold hands, smile and wink, play footsie and whispher cute little nothings. Sometimes, just sometimes, they can also enjoy an excellent meal; Baja's (formally named Baja Sam's) is one of these special places. Once the chic Boccacio'e, a straight establishment where celebrities often dined, Baja's is now probably the finest gay restaurant in Houston, and must rank prominently in the national gay scene. But don't let Baja's reputation intimidate you. It's nice, yes, but not too formal. It's pricey, yes, but not as bad as rumor makes it. All said, it's a very relaxing, pleasant place to spend an evening. We began with cocktails in the comfortable downstairs lounge. If your plane take you into the lounge after 9:00 p.m. any night, you'll enjoy live entertainment which varies from week to week. The lounge is politely cruiey, but I imagine most of the couples we saw arrived together. It's a perfect place for a conversation. There's also an attractive patio with a fountain, if you prefer the outdoors. We dined at the unfashionable hour of 7:00 p.m. (the upstairs restaurant isn't busy until 8:30 or later) on a Wednesday. Our waiter spent a lot of time with us, and was exceptionally attentive; he helped to make the evening. The wine list showed a good selection, but to keep costs down we drank Cokes and coffee. The menu has something for everyone: seafood and salads, steak and fowl. We began with dinner salads served with the only dressing available-a harmless Paris dressing, slightly sweet. Two kinds of warm rolls were brought to the table. They were adequate, but didn'teeem to be up to Baja's usual standards. The high point of the evening followed . My date was served an attractively-presented Veal Marsala This is "Sam," who has an engagement in early July at Baja's. See the Montrose Concerts listing elsewhere this issue. Watch for SPLINTERS Grand Opening July 5 at The Wildwood Saloon Restaurants (Veal Piccata was also available). I had ordered Beef Stroganoff on Rice (could have chosen noodles). and it looked as delicious as it tasted , arranged beside asparagus spears. We agreed the asparagus had a superior flavor. While my lover's Marsala sauce (served with whole mushrooms) could have been thinner, hie veal was tender and eateifying. The stroganoof was simply among the best I've had. The low point occurred when we were served an impenetrable bread pudding-which we exchanged for cheesecake (with Bing cherries) which, with coffee, was an enjoyable conclusion to a better·than·average dinner. Our bill came to $28.55, which included cocktails, salads, rolls , entr~e. desert and coffee. If you skip cocktails, two people could eat well for under $20.00, which to me is not a high price, because Baja's is that sort of special place which gives you good food and service in an atmosphere very relaxing for gay couples. It's a place I'm sure we'll return many times. Notice to readers: The Voice now rune a Wef'kJy reetaurant review column each i81ue. It i8 written without neard aa to reet.aurant adverti.ing. The reviewer remaina anonymous to insure hie ob1ertivity Import.ant note t.o restaurant.a: If your rev1ew iii favorable, don't thank ua. Thank your-.elf, for you will have earned it. But, if your review ia unfavorable, pleaae don't take the eaay way out and blame ut for it. The fault, aa honeetly u we could have determined it, liee with you. However, all rutauranta which receive their fiut unfavorable review will be vi•ited again , anonymou•ly, within a few month•, for another review t.o tee if improvement.a have been mad!' Featuring New York Underground Leather, 501 Jeans, and much more You will adore our prices Hours Mon-Fri 4-12 Sat-Sun 12-12 ot the 16 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 Getting away with a group. a friend or just by yourself. sLe ,t.. .u.,s.. .h." e•lp'... AT THE HOLE HOUSE WELCOME Serring the travel needs of Montrose. s ,.....,.. .." •'.. ••• Yoar Travel Eiperta 522-1922 3205 Montrose Houston The Steam Table at 708 W. Alabama Is closing Saturday Night Teddy's at 243 Westheimer is opening Saturday, June 27. Watch the parade from our patio. We'll be open 7 days, 24 hours. 109 TUAM 528-9066 VERA DAILY MON.-SAT. 7AM TIL NOON 754 BLOODYS & SCREWS WE THE PEOPLE INVITE YOU TO THE GAY PRIDE 81 CELEBRATION AT THE HOLE FRIDAY SATURDAY JUNE 26 HAPPY HOUR ALL DAY TIL 8PM HORS D'OUVER'S GALORE! JUNE 27 504 SCHNAPPS ALL DAY AND NIGHT, PLUS FREE HOT DOGS WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS SUNDAY JUNE 28 25 4 DRAFT BEER ~g~~M POST-PARADE BAR-B-QUE ROGER'S FAMOUS BAR-B-QUE BUFFET AFTER THE PARADEI HAPPY HOUR 10 TILL MIDNIGHT! . NIG Call • SPC MM D ·- f'o Montrose Classified AUTO REPAIR Professional Auto Repair Proceeds to go to Gay Pride Week or Texas Human Rights Founda­tion Tune-'er-Up for Gay Pride Week. $25 plus parts (for most cars). 522-4238 BABYSITTING ·~~'!"!!!'!'!!!!!!!!!!~--"!"'----­NIGHT RABY 8rITER for worltins mothers. Call Dul~ Mart.int'& at 520-6197 or 792-2626 . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Own your own business. Uni­que benefiU!. Company car. Convention trips, insurance & bonuses. Not time consuming. Great tax incentives. We are listed on the NY Stock Exchange. Financial world ranking. Second fastest grow­ing company. Inquire within. Call Alma. 665-7885. .......B.E..D.D..I.N.G.. ...... •HOUSE OF BEDS-2115 Norlolk-627· 9362, 529-3662 Special prices on Simmons Beauty Rest Bedding at the House of Beds. See our ad elsewhere this issue. CLOTHING DATING SERVICES "A New Way to Meet Friends" t-'or Information Mnd SAS_E A 11 to Alternac..lve Conned1ona Bo• 10, 1713 w .. lhrlmer ~~ON'$rb°?sil.tt8 EROTICA EYEWEAR mu,..:.s"'c"'u"'1c•c•.,•,..•,•.,•,~,.~.~ w~· .·.1~ 1>m·.......,.. _. f\~7" FLOWERS .............................. •BLOOMERS-3618 S. Sh~herd-624-2937 -CARAVAN-2116 DunlaVy~­• FRIDA Y'S Florla1.:.:fa39 We.t.helm.er 52•·6518 Flowers in Montrose, or across the country. Call Friday's Florist. .......F.O..R. .S.A..L.E. ...... GOT SOMETHING to wll? S.11 it in th1 Voice whtte you'll reaC'h 14.000 of your nf'11hbors ·.-.-.-.-..-G.-.-A.-.Y-.- .-B.-.A-.-.R-.S-. .-.-.-.-_ - IA.)Huustun Tavf'm Guild mernberindh:ation. plac.d ln th11 directory at thf'ir req!Mtl9t •BABYi.os-=-300 wfftheiiaer-52-S:-Mii The Pride shines bright at See our~~~X!!>~s issue. ~[;:r~~=·1~~~qS~~v~i~·~~='~:!: Hot Chocolate & rueet: dOlled Mon. I: Tun.; IOC drinlui Wed_ IYf'nin&; Nu-Waveni1htwith DJ Brucf' Godwin Thul"I: &•~ ~n predomi­~: a;h~Y-lfound by Milt. Lyne . oovn charse •BADLAi'ofi)S' "Terr-ti.ory-804 Av"On­dale- 526--2180 Happy Gay Pride Week from the Badlands See our ad elsewhere this issue. Beer bu1t IZ.tlpm Sun .. Uod drinlr.a Su.n .-BAJA 's-•02- L0Vt!tt=527-9866 Live piano entertainment nigh~lr, at See our a¥.~Jw~er~ihis issue. Gay Pnd1 Week luckoffni1ht Fri., liw piano entertainment Fri & Sat. from 9::)1)pm & Sun Thul'9 from 9pm;Champa1ne brunch IZ.:lpm Son •-'BARN-710 P-.:,fic-f>~it~ff!tSun afternoon. color ntaht A pool tou~ment ~b~a";~~~~hf'W~·:~!!.~ ~tc·~, ~~;.~y men predominantly; home of the Mu•lanp • BRAZo..-iJU-Vt:ifBQTitiM_:~4r._l8rUO-.­>:. l8-919'i'. Randy A1~n •nd th• Ooubl• Eqle ~nd S:~; .tb S:~ et~."ft:.1 ~dllaW,:-~n: af:!'rnoon 6. Thu1"9. •vt.ninf: ~but 6. hnt dua• Sun. aft.rnoon,llOt dnnb Mun_ 6. Thea. rveninlil'; d•n~ t.-m• tlpm 1\ael.: .w.k niaht : :;:t::r;!~~':"ho~'"."&~s~~~rc::i~ Club •BiU- 967" video Bowl Niihl" TuM .• pool tournament W evenma •ifHiCK-~:t.fCOOP-6:iii Welthe1mei=:.r;:?i. 2240: liquor and bf.er h111ta Set. 6. Sun afttt noon•; pool tournament Tua. evenina. cOCKAl'o0=-.1.400Thavi;.=r;:n-9902: .-r...; hou ... t'Ti I. Sat eveninp; Vapo" priYAt.e ~rtyJ!!~~ -COPA -2631 R1C'hmond-.'l28-22.">9: diMo n1rhtly with RIC' Huvey .l LH Pnwer1 on 90\lnd .l h1hU. after-houri fo'n. A.Sat nirhta; :::w~~~:O.n;~f.~u~!~IC!,ii:'nff."n~ ~~~::: t!.~0 .~7i:rri: Mo~~~~; ~::,:; ~·~~Ii !I~fubW!cr& ~0u';.:::. nanp, cover charae nilil'htly 00Vfo:::29i2S Shephmt~:u-0110- •D1Ft·F.RF.NT-·DRu-M..:.11a·2 w .. t. belmer-528-8608 Where Men can be Men-the Drum. See our ad elsewhere this issue. ~::Pf.e;'nj"f1.,u~;,~·/(~n':..Tafti!~hZ:: ~ Sat evemna•; mov1e1 af"tt.r hour1 Fri .l Sat.A. 2:J0pm Mon. throu1h Pn.; hffr bu11..1 Sat . .l ~~ :~~fi'\a1~i~~~rn~~i:11u~~'iih~1W!!f hom• Ammean Ltatherm•n • ADIRTY -SAiLY'"s--:i2o-Avor\di19-=t!29. 75~ liquurbu•t.lhotdor1Sat A.Sun. aftm noo1U1: old11 mull(' ntlil'hl Mun.; •teak n .. ht Wod •t:j·a-lfilftichmnnd~27·9071 •AEXii..E-101l-efil1~~AbTtJ.; IWbel Outlaw• P'ri I& Sat enninc•. 7pm ~~~. '-sl~s~~~i!'r·~c:;h:~nd.~ JUNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 17 Randy All•n and the Double t.;qle tiand Thur1. ~ll..lq; hom• Tn.u Rideni •GALLEON 2303 Richmond-522· 7616 c~:s~n!~':!~antly; movlft 9pm Mun •GRANT STREET STATION--iTi FaJrview-62~8342 50~ Bar drinks & beer during Krazee Hour at Grant Street Station See our ad elsewhere this issue. •THE HOLE-HOffSt:....:.100'Tuam-=6-ii- 9068 Discover the Hole House this week. See our ad elsewhere this issue. ~ 1"~~\:1:r:~~~~•nins: t-r 1pe. -.JUST MARJONi. LY-NlfS::si7fal,:;;f!W: !'i28-9110: say women predominantly •KINDRED SPIRITS-~B.;fr&fo Speedway-666-9756: •IY wom1n predomi nantly •LAMPOsr-2417 Timel -ruvd....::t;~s921 say women predominantly •LOADING DOCK-1736 WM~ ISIS: beer buin from 6pm Sun.; Gay men pre. dominantly •.>....M ARY'S-toiifutb;tmer-528· Almost Always Open-Mary's, naturally See our ad elsewhere thls issue. !~y~::r bL~~o'tp':! ~~:~~!:i: 10-.I5pm TUM .• home Hon1ton MntoKycl~ Club •AMIDNrfESiJN~We;:th.~ 7~19: impenonat.ic>n 1how1 Sun. 6. Wed. ev.­n1np. •MONTROSE MINING CO.-A06 Paafk- 529. 7488 say men predominantly; beer bu.1t Sun. aft.emoon ----- - - •.\MONTROSE PUB-1318 Wntheimu- 623-0035: live piano entenainment ni•htly 6. weekday af\emoona. 26t well dnnkl .l-flpm ~-- ---·-- -OUR PLACE-1•19 Rlchmond-52~ 8903 Friendly, Friendly, Friendly-Our Place See our ad elsewhere this iSBue. ~Cb~T!~;A ~b~&·~~:C,:11~11~~~ Wed. evm1n• :,i:~oa::J-=.-ru:~.1:!kn~~1r~,m: :h::.. .~ ;h't·1y~t!a~~6~i~~~· do.eel Mon '!\I'd, ("OVfT ehara-• nirhtly •PINK-ELEPHANT~1218 Lffiand= 669-0040 A Montrose Alternative-The Pink Elephant See our ad elsewhere this issue. ~a[t:~. ~~!"~~~.~- E;d~~n~a':t~.;-~!~ ----0~730: 1-r 1p; Sun., hippy hour all •ROCKY'S-3416 W "D."ifU::_;,,,~:.!2: l•Y wom•n ucluively •SOiITif 4()..:Jloif4 Alm.d•·Genoa- 9"1-9796 On your way back from the Beach-the South 40 See our ad elsewhere this issue. Bef!!' 1peci.! Sun" from_!~ M~ •TWJ~W~theimf'l'-622-80M: l•Y wumen predominantly, ZC: dnnka Wed. ew- run1. ___ __ •>. VENTl..iRE-N--:.....2923 Main-622-0000 Party with Pride at the Venture-N. See our ad elsewhere this issue. ~~:~~1~~~·l1~~~!1~/1~:~~~~oo":i'-: M!~1.nfi!~'d~i:ri~~at1on n1aht •Wi LDw-ooo-s-.1oon::.1504 wf!.t­heimu- 528-IMMO Happy Gay Pride Week from the Wildwood Saloon See our ad elsewhere this iuue. 8Mr bult 6. hot d~• noon· 7~ S.t I& S\ln ~::c~:~::~~b nn1f1h~l w: pool tour Montrose Crossword This ia the eleventh in our series of the exclusive Montrose Cro88word. Some clues and answers deal with Montrose people and places, and the gay lifestyle. The others are standard crossword. clues and answers. The solution appears elsewhere in this issue. Enjoy. ACROSS 1 Declare 5 Bird cl ... 9 Envision 12 Antiquity 13 Liver fluid 14 Harm 15 Of equations 17 Eggs 18 Word to get bartender's attention 19 Sodium chloride (abbr.) 20 Sexual-- 22 Small child 23 Lyricist Gershwin 24 State pooitively Z1 Strangeness 32 The sun (prefix) 34 Collection 35 Automotive society (abbr.) 36 Fraternal member 37 Encore 39 Breadmaking ingredient 41 Conquered 44 Brand of poppers 45 Family member 46 Type of jacket 48 Perforatiom1 51 Female saint (abbr.) 52 Work with a needle 55 Same (prefix) 56 Explosive gas 59 Law degree (abbr.) 60 Boy <Sp.) 61 Dry 62 Part of a shoe 63 Makes lace for drag queen's dre88 64 Papas DOWN 1 Indian maid 2 Burrowing animal 3 Wild party 4 Scot's tiny 5 Scratch 6 Cruet 7 Actor Wallach 8 Mont.rose Patrot helps with it 9 Houston air, sometimes 10 Housetop feature 11 Epochs 16 Scouting group (abbr.) 21 Sissy Farenthold did it for governor in '70 and '72 22 Three (prefix) 23 Wrath 24 Throat-clearing word when you catch your lover eyeing someone else 25 Constellation 26 Large deer (pl.) 28 Abstract being 29 Bibical brother 30 Back talk 31 Egyptian deity 33 Bowing 38 Tax agency (abbr.) 40 Rather than (poetic) 42 Mao --tung 43 Quotes 47 Required for admission to The 2306 48 Handle of a sword 49 Christiania 50 Ear part 51 Dispatched 52 Evening in Italy 53 Novelist Bagnold 54 Heterosexuals marrying (pl.) 57 Spy group (abbr.) 58 Youth RETURN WITH US TO ••• bJ ;ii' _j )}@et1to [?)@~ f 0[jj)@J fiJ&[f!fO® \f. Ni.~~~'i.s '" /toll£ A "'Y¢RY ~ -.< CAPTURED THE /TJ ~~~~~ ~0~roc 1e ~ THe TMR~E COMRADES C'JF 'MLD ~Nr JRe n'E'RE TNE HERC>ES OF I LOVE A M~TEl'?Y, llY'l11CH WAS F-1RST lif'ARC ON N&C ~ ~~!?::~c":g~R~~gTT~ ~:~~ "';:~~~~~s JACK AA.Ct<ARl:i- i.EAOER ~ T tE TRtq. WAS AN UNSENTlMf"NTJl\L TOU6tt 6UY W!Tt1 AN ANALi'TICA.~ &RAIN. T~XAN DOC LON6 ~S FULL OF 6000 f1UMOR ANO QUPS. N•S F1NSERS Nl::Re />'I.OST EOUCATEO W!TM oce, CAR05 AND LOCI":$ ON SAFES. Hf LOV'EO WOV.!!N ANO ROU6t1.,._,...D-T'UMO&. E F10t1TS. ~:~..; 1-::=':~.,..~;.~ PRW ANO PRO?e'R eR1T1S~R, &•r ALSO OF FIGHT --- ~ -1ACK {"AFFfTTO) 18 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 The Voice is the Choice for over 14,000 Houston readers each week --~~~~~~~--- We the People of Oh Boyl Leather Proudly support the community In celebration of gay pride week. 912 Westhelmer 524-7859 GENERAL NEW GALLERIA CINEMA CINEMAS 3&4 CORP. 610 at w .. tt..lrner 626-0140 BARGAIN MATINEES-'2" Mon. through Fri., all show• before 6pm. Sat., Sun. It holidays, lat matinee only NOW PLAYING AU.~~ · C\D.ll.'R.\'ETT ID c.wx· · SA.\l!\' 1Ei1'ES · IJTA QENO JM."K Vt'E:ml\ ' .... AIMSlDli ---•·ll-..~n."-_1.1.1. . ....... \ .. """"" ~-!Ur.;-~ ''"m•n'll•~ 1:00 1:06 &:10 7:30 8:311 ~------ 12:80 2:26 ~:20 8:16 8:10 10:06 GRANT STREET STATION OUR FAMOUS KRAZEE HOUR 504 ALL BAR DRINKS &BEER 9-lOP.M. EVERY DAY! 2327 GRANT STREET AT FAIRVIEW 528-8342 -TWO PRIVATE PATIOS­We're a friendly rock-n-roll bar. of the Wildwood Saloon 1504 Westhelmer 528-9040 Invite you to view the Gay Pride Week Parade from our front patio on the Westhelmer Parade Route. Free weenlnes. July 4th weekend Grand Opening of our new Patio Bar July 6 Monday Kamakazl Party non-stop music with 4 llve DJ's We Love the Different Drum •F c?1 m1 • F me Ch •F. He Fe Sp • Sl Cauc 7pm, wit ·- -CLUJ 49911 ... w lrtl' S.1 •Wlri'I 2379 ] T ·­.•. L.I.O N£ JUNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 19 JUHi ..... 26 27 JUHi ..... JUHi JUlY JULY 28 29 30 Selected Events through 7 Days • FRIDAY: Interact/Houoton'o Community Coffeehouoe 7:30pm­midnight at 3406 Mulberry • FRIDAY: Lambda Alanon meeting at Firat Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin • FRIDAY: Gay Pride Week Heritage Day with Heritage Festival '81, 2504 Mason, Spm·midnight mFR/DAY: Cong. Beth Chiaro/' Gay Jews meet at MCCR, 1919 Decatur, for aervice and eocial, Spm mFRJDA Y: Free venereal disease teota 9pm-lam at Babylon, 300 Westheimer, by the City of Houston Health Dept. llSATURDAY: Gay Pride Week Fred Paez Memorial Day with KPFT, FM-90, hooting a mock trial llam-4pm at Bates School of Law, Univeraity of Houston Central Campus, concerning abu1e of gay people, with teetimony from representatives of the Fred Paez Taok Foree llSATURDAY: Fred Paez Memo­rial Concert and Fireworks at Spotta Park, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with music from Bpm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Marching Band of Loo Angeleo, the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallaa, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Mon­trose Singers; and 1 Opm fireworks • SUNDA Y: Gay Pride Week Parade from 5:30pm with float., the Montrose Symphonic Band, the Oaklawn Marching Band of Dallao, and the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Loa Angelee, and Ray Hill and Rita Wanatrom as &rand marshalla, down Weotheimer from Shepherd to Bagby • SUNDAY: Gay Political Caucuo' Spatio Park Rally from 7pm, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with Si11y Farrenthal and GAY BATHS :CLUB HOUSTON 2206 Fannin 659- ::!rJ~:pe~~h=~~!~~~= '"'Sat !}pn·lam_ _ __ • MlriToWNE- 9p.A,-:.:.3100 Fa.onln-522- 2379 Midtowne Spa­Houston's Finest See our ad eleewhere this issue. 0.y IDftll f&el~~!?°~~ ~ ~o~.:.~­• 23()8 cLUB-2808 Gen...,.._528-8235 Texas' best. The 2306. See our ad eleewhere th.ii issue. Gay mni exduaiv•ly, memt>.nhip required, OP9" n11ht.ly. HAIR CARE .: .L.I.O NEL Hau Deelln-:mc> Yoakum-62& 1 2 Minneapolis Police Chief Anthony Bousa aa speakers, and with bar-l>que, beer and fireworks • SUNDAY: Free venereal diseaae teate at the Gay Pride Rally, 7-lOpm, at Spotta Park, Waugh Drive at Memorial, by the City of Houston Health DepL • MONDAY: Gay Archivea of Texas forum with Jim Kepner of the National Gay Archivee, 7pm, 3406 Mulberry, speaking on "Gay and I.abian History" • MONDAY: Montrose Sports summer leaaue bowlill&', 9pm, at Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braeamain • WEDNESDAY: Gay Political CauCUI general buaineu meeting, 6:30pm at Holiday Inn Down­town, Calhoun Street • THURSDAY: Texaa Bay Area Gays meeting • THUR S DAY: Interact/ Houston b u1ine1s meeting, 7:30pm at 3406 Mulberry • THURSDAY: Montrose Sport. AHociation tennis matches 7:30pm, Memorial Park • THURSDAY: Wilde 'n Stein gay radio show lOpm-midnight on KPFT Radio, FM-90 Selected Events Later •IN l WEEK : Independence Day, July 4 • IN l WEEK: MSA softball team against New York City team July 4 • IN l WEEK: GPC's six-week 1el f- defenee courae besin1 at Babylon, 300 Wes t heim er, 3:30-Spm, with advance ttgiatra­tion required by June 29 •IN 2 WEEKS: Full Moon July 16 m/N 4 WEEKS: "GayRun '81" in San Francisco J uly 26 mIN 6 WEEKS: Reno Gay Rodeo July 31-AUJ. 2 •IN 10 WEEKS: Texaa Gay Task Force Conference VIII in Houaton SepL 4-7 HELP WANTED HOMES & APARTMENTS u~N~o~i".'!o~n"!o!~s"'0!~o..• • • ••. ·., •1m•,•.,!"',•.•,.,~,,, ~=1 °.U~~~"~r~p:~da:ie~~t:-:,nrr.000 ruders-the preferTed reader for Moni.:roee apartment rent.inc Our l'l!Mar'Ch .. ,.. that °"" l'Nden ani SDON at.able, have bttter ;obs Call 529·8.'90 afternoon• to place an apartment ti.tin,. HOME FURNISHINGS :..a.~.Y.M .~.A.~,N.~ '~S ••! ."'.· . .,!."'·.. · -~!-"'w!"'.• . .' !."." !,!"'-·,­ · Byman's fine furnishings, custom interiors. See our ad eleewhere thi1 iNue . KEY SHOPS i.-~E~E~o~·!s!'-~.. ~ ,'2!!'!w!!!.'·.",'!.·.!,"'.•.•,"'!a!"1"1~20 Commonwealt.b-623-2927 Reed's Key Shops in Montrose, 2 locations. LITERATURE LODGING :u!!'o~u~.T~O~N"'G!~U~K~S~T~H'O!!~U~S~E!"'"',!~o. Avondale-420-9787 Houston Guest House: "Where the world meets Houston." MAIL BOXES MUSIC :o"o""W..N.,B,.E.A..T.,•.~..",'.n!i!."'-"-"ll!l"l"!7!"'!R!!k'.~h-mon"'d! "' 523-8348 •RECORD RACK-3109 S. Sbepherd-624- 300'l ORGANIZATIONS ATTENTION ORGANIZATIONS Call the Voice with yoar ot1ani:u.t1on'e rwwe and IDMtin1 data. 529-8490, aftemooJM A CAPELLA Choru•-c10 (MoatroH) Church of Chrilt, :i21).K W•thftmer----623- 6138 ACLU 1236 W. Gra.y-524-6926 AMERICAN LRATHERMF.-N t_,.I dub)- ~~bni~i?tW:t 1734 W•thftmer-628- ASTRO Rainbow Alli.ance--529-8614 BERING Me:norial MethodiltChurc:h-1440 H•wthorne-526-1017: Int.ract1 Houeton'e ~~:r~ M~~ont:=::=~ Su.n., lni.nct/Houton buem ... IDMtlna i:30pm Thlll'I ,B,L ..A..C. ,K ltWHITEMEN~29-5006. -COCKAT00-3400Tn.vil ---- ~Tm, ~Tr:!,.~~~9-zBrUOI ruver COMMlJNITY COJoTIEHOUSK a pr0Je(1 of Interact/Hou.ton CONG BETH CHLui--1Gay J.,;,e._lnMte at MCCR.1919 Decatur-629-4876, !'i24"61M 1er vke&aocial~mFri. CRISIS HOTUNE-22S-1506 - ~­DATA PROFE8SIONALS-:..mMt.--at' La Qv.i.nta Motor Inn. 401~ Southw-•t Fwy.- 522-7809, 523-6922: mMbq JuJy 14 .D,I.A, NA FOUNDATJON-2700 M..M--.624 DIGNITY-~th~ic Stu"dentc;;; Wr, 1703 Boleover-628-7644 !MetiOI' flpm 1luu1.; mUI July 6. EPISCOPALINTEGRIT~utrey Houe. 821116 Maan-63)..8211: 111Ht.1n17:'JOpm July J4 FAMILY A FRIENDS of Gafi.-mee~ta MCCR.1919Decalv.r-IM-63391QHbn1Jaly ·~ GAY HISPANIC CAUCU~2:9-4484: Gay ~:iTi.~:n~:d~[ri~~~ .. GAY NURSES A PHYSICIANS of Howiton-c10 GPC, ~ Mai.n llt2J7-m- 2287 OAYPEOPLEin~7360 GAY POLmCAL CAUCUS--4800 Mai.n :!1l-:~=~.~0r'*!7w~~ Gary Larson 20 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 COME, BE A PART OF THE BOOZE, BEER AND MEN COMING: "HOUSTON'S NEWEST C&W DANCE BAR ••• " SCHNAPPS ALWAYS 50¢ MEMBER HOUSTON TAVERN GUILD 304 AVONDALE, MONTROSE, TEXAS 526-2160 No sir. We are not kidding! STAR PIZZA WILL DELIVER* HOT & JUICY TO YOUR DOOR *within 2 mile radius. * New York-Style hand thrown pizza * Chicago-style deep dish pizza * also available with whole wheat crust * Vegetarian Pizza * Starburst Deluxe Pizza (the worksl) * Super Sandwiches & Salads * Fantastic Desserts * Imported & Domestic beer CALL 523-0800 PLEASE AUOW ONE HOUR fOR DELIVERY MENTION THIS AD AND GET $1 OFF * OVEN HOT DELIVERY * PIPING HOT CARRY OUTS * CASUAL DINING ROOM 2111 NORFOLK HOURS Mon: 11:30am-11:00pm Tue: SOt"ry, closed Wed: 11 :30am-11:00pm Thurai 1 h30am-11 :OOpm frl: 11 :30am-mldnlght Sat: 4:00pm·mldnlght Sun: 4:00pm-10:30pm Employment Opportunities at the Voice 1. Advertising Salesperson The Montrose Voice has another opening for another advertising sales person. We are a young company, growing into a larger one, under the sales and promotional skills of our advertising team. The market is there waiting, but we need someone to help us reach all of it-someone with a professional manner and appearance, with an ability to be quickly accepted. She or he will understand the yjtal relationship of semce to sales. Come grow with us. You'll enjoy the satisfaction of making a worthwhile contribution to the gay community and the challenge of pioneering a new product. Car required. Flexible hours. An opportunity for an excellent income. Call Joe Keener, advertising director, 529-8490. 2. "Person Friday" We need a general office worker. Duties will include typing (of which you must be good), answering phones, running errands, helping with Friday distribution, and general office work. Thie ie a salaried position. Hours required are 9am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday. We're looking for someone sharp, dependable and dedicated to work for a growing young company. lntemews only on Monday, please. Call Henry McClurg, 529- 8490, this weekend (afternoons) or early Monday afternoon for a late-Monday intemew. ~=Y '~~~~ri,·.i1~dro~~~~~. ~~\i~ ca;~~~th1toni!.~;:,~•t:.~:.·:~~ ~~~ .::,!:::!~!!' c':u"~~n~:iycti1.~~:~ 6_pm, at Bab_Y.lon. ~-W•th•"'~='--- GAY PRJDE WEEK GUIDE Comm1tttt­b29- M96: Wt 1M PttJpk PruJe Gu1deon u.le at mo.t 1ay b1111n- G-AY pa1DE wEEKPARADffi;-m1t;;= 1647 Park-52).!~296: G ~;~:::,by d!ith t~· Band. the Oa lu and the Great Ameriun ankee Freedom S.~d of Loa An1elea, and Ray Hill and Rita Waiatrom aa l(l'tlnd m1111hall.e GAV--PRnlE WKEK(ove1afilPiANNING ~~~!1~:;:~1$~~·1.:r;:~~~\~uC::. 1n the "7 Day Calendar" G-A-Y P"ffTi»; Wi;:EK -PUBLICITY Comm1tt.ee-.'>Z7-0890 GA y YOUNG ADuvrs-:.m~ litChUrchof Chnatian fo'a1th. 413 We.theimer-871-1269 mfflina July 3 HEPAi"li'iSH<YfLTNE--Jim o;-nt.vidai .m..- 2'bl7: a pro1ectofGPC''a M«lical Commit· H0M6PHILE I NT~R FAli'1-i Aih•ll~:z:J. 6969 -·- -- - -- --~------- - H0\:sTON COMMl-'NITY CLOWNS-S62- !'i:il4 Max HOuSTONli\JMAN RIGHTs LEAGUE- 523-6969 Housrotr M----oTO'RCYCLE CLUB-<IO Mary'a. 1022 We.thflmer-628-8851 HOiJSTONTAV-ERN-GUti..o~ include the Badland•. Barn. Chw:ken Coop, ~:Jr!:ll~·b rt:nt~r!'k'•. MJdnile Sun, h~~~&r-~~r:e~~~o1•~rtz~1q~ ~~G~~1~~::~:fot: .. 1r~-::~:t;~ Kepner of the National Gay Arrh1ve., 7pm Mon., apeakin• on ''Gay& Leeb1an Hiatory"; bua1neN mMUnii 7pm Thu111., educational forum July 16 •K P fo'T-RadtO--:- FM--90:::.19-Lovett Blvd.-626-4000 fo'red Paet Memorial Day live broadcut noon-4pm Sat of a modr. b-ial at Bat,.. Schuol of Law. Umvenity of Hou• ton Central Campu•. concemin1abUMof1ay :;~~-F:;!ih ri:!:T:' i:;re,r::~!4~: jay radio 1how !Opm-midni.aht Thun l.AMeiiA Ai.ANO-N--rrlwtut 11ilin~ Chun:h. 5210 Fanni"-621-9772: meeti"I Fri evenlnlf Llfr"11ERA.N:'i CONCtR"NF:O_:-meel-9 at Graef' l.uth•r•n Church, 2615 Waqh-621 OH63. 453-1143: mMtin&" July 14 ·~i'TROPOuTAN-CC>MM-tiNffi- - Chureh-1919 Decatur-tifil-9149'. Cfln1 ~ Chiam 'Gay Jrw1 metbn1 Fri. eveninr; Pro­ie. tant wonhip lttVlt"N llam Sun., Sun ev~ "in1t & Wl'd. eveninc; Montro.e Sin~mwt in&' Mon. evenm1, SP9nllh c1... l'hurw evenm1 MISSCAMi>Amenca-664·2'l32 MONTROSE CIVtC Club, Neef10wn-meft9 at &rin1 Chutth. 1440 Hawthom.-622· IOOO: m•tina July 28 ~!!iNJR&~~t1~~50 ~i1M:~r:!~~ 222-4297: venereal d~ W.ta daily wttk day1; rapecounwlin1-"'.ln for women Wed f'Venmc Free venereal disease testing this week Friday, 9pm-lam, at Babylon, 300 Westheimer Sunday, at the Gay Pride Rally, 7-IOpm, at Spotts Park, Waugh Drive at Memorial Please visit the City of Houston Health J UNE 26, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 21 Department at 1115 N. MacGregor for free, confidential testing and treatment on other days, phone 222-4297 Compliments of the City of Houston Health Department & the Medical Committee of GPC Thi• weekly lieting a Cree public service o ( the Mo nlro•e Voice MONTROSE COUNSELING CAnlff-900 Lovett -"l09-S29-0037 MONTROSE PATROL-3.129 lbchmoITTi= ~~~~3~os"'E,.,s"'r'"'~c"'E'"'"'"'"~uM;ti it-MccR 19191:.C.uur-627·9669 ~~t"J.:o~~-~~ni·:~=~~~~:.&:w~ 1ummtt bo•lin1 leapr 1am• 9pm M"n MONTROSE SPORTSCAM-Pf~.34 MOfli'TROOE SPORTS FLAG FOOTBAU:::: 961-0652 MONTROSE SPORTSJOGGl!'iG~~1'1'1 MONTROSE SPORTS SOFTBA.LL-play1 at Levy Pield-664-42&4 eoftball l"•rnm Sun 22 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 26, 1981 KPFT and Inflation Fighters Promotions wish you a happy and exciting Gay Pride Week '81 While you are in Houston, take advantage of KPFT's Inflation Fighters Coupon Book. Hundreds of dollars worth of entertain­ment, food and drinks at popular Montrose-area restaurants, bars and shops. Coupons good for free merchandise. All for s299se Available at Inflation Fighters Office 3207 Montrose, suite 2 Just south of Westheimer ARE YOU INTERESTED IN STAYING AND LIVING IN HOUSTON? WE HAVE GOOD-PAYING JOB OPENINGS. FUN JOB, PERMANENT, FULL AND PART-TIME POSITIONS. EXPERIENCE AT PHONE SALES PREFERRED BUT NOT NECESSARY. Light delivery help also needed. Must have reliable car. Call 522-6206 No colled calla accepted KPFT JACKPOT Inflation Fighter Program 3207 Montrose at Westhelmer OltAL M 14090.lt· RICF:-Un (124-0724 Sl.!NDAt­l" lubl-C' We.theil'I) TF:xAS I 1n1 Thon T-f:XA1·i Avondale ~mt:: TE-XA.<.; H 9139 Tf:XAS­f'. 1ult, IOI lTNITA Cauru. Fannin WESl.AY .W.t_:!-o.l.H f ·­Toadn i..62914! Monlto rtlf'fVf'I advert• standard fraction GWM welln•a lf'hnll, d CiWM of ne11trha1 who 11 i rTIBllO Vo1re. 7100<; ltWMT. 1or11I 1nforma n•a."19 n.:Mi 1h1r• 1n Kirb Hlanra -· FISAL Pnd• .l1at1tSI TE-XX H<IUllO TuHd fJID.976 ORAL MAJORITY A. HOME Coahtion- 1409 0.kd•lir-fi21-0196 RICF. Univ Gi.y:t:Hbi8n-S°upport Group­i; 24-0724 Si.JNi>ANC[ C'ATILE-COMPANY 1toc;&i dub1-c, o Wildwood tialoon, 1504 WNtheimtt-628-9040'. club niaht Wed Tt:xASRAY--ARF:A o;;. • ...:.a.m131: m-.. t 11\if Thurs. evenm1 T-f:XAS- 01..-y--fASK FO"RCE-106 Avondale-629-7014. 520-9767: Confuenc. ~HI £!;~~1?.' ... """ July 7; C-Onfnenl'.'t TE-xAs Ht 'MAN R.1G11TS~~d9t1on-526." 9139 TEXAS-RiiH·:R.."i motorcyfr- cTub-:10 the Exilt, toll ~11-6.'l!J·CMr~l: Color ni11:ht Mon g.~Jf-!}oA-f.t l~J!~:.~s-~r·~~r~:.i Fann1n-r124 7524 mttlina July 19 Wf:Sl.>.YAf'.i Jo't:UnWSHIP-Hiw-AAg;j Wt:STHf:iMl(ROOWNY Aiif'S­~ •bon-IK)H W~thir•m•r-'•21-0133 PERSONALS T·o~ ,,-.Jv-tr-tlM-' -in -th-i9- -1-.l-on-.- ph-l·•-1t- m- y-ou-r a~d tto 6l9~90 daily, afU.rn••<>fUI Or mail \0 J.'l20 Mo1ntro .. 1217, Hou1ton, TX 77006. Editor ~d:~;r~.~:i'.ht J~t~h;r,:•P:r0 '.!~~J ~~i~~ •tandard typNtyl• or $8 pf'r column-inch or fra<1.1on th.rf!Of u•ma: bold typntyle ~;rl~~:J: ~~~~~:;r.::'r-a?:~z:~.~.fi-~~sr~. U'nm•. diKO and movies. Sttk1 int•l\iaent GWM of 11milar mter"'ta and aire: Havlna ot\'et had a il'aY partner. I nttd a patient lover who 1• mtere•tl"d 1n form1n1C a ptrmanent ~!~:~~nt'>h'lig M~1r~~~c~~ :li~· ~~u~t~';,t,'~~ 71{)('6 RWMT. ttl.AC'K & WHITE ¥en f~getli;;,a sor1al aroup for .. eerta1n" men. f'or information nil Stf'\'f'. 'i29 MIO&. or Carl. 77•-J.">91 fo'J.:MiNl~T lub111n loo-kinK fur ilame--t-o ah•r• llll)lltly furn1ahfd 2 ti.droom apart~nt n Kuhy fbchmond area S:alO'mnoth. Call Blanra at 623·3~7. If no anawu, lf'ave snna&ll'.f' al &u-2273. FISAl..-wu:iCto buy your "'We the P~ Pnd' Guidf'." available all over MontraH .iuat SI Tf.XXs (fA-Y"foNf.'t:RF.NCE vili in Houlton ~pt. 4.7 Plannina nH1on1 Ill I~9~6a/1 at 106 A11undale !'.129-7014 or PHARMACY ~·~~;-~:-~-~-.~-f-!-~~---g-;g-_-~-~ -S-u-nd-ri-e~a- N OW Open! For Your Everyday Drugs, Cosmetics & Toiletries, Sun Glasses, Greeting Cards, House­hold Sundries ALL AT DISCOUNT PRICES Alexander's Drug & Sundries 1220 Westheimer (near Radio Shack) 520-7600 Open 9-8 Mon.-Fri.; Sat. till 6; closed Sun. PLUMBING MoNTRo8E-: PLUMBING COMPANY. 11'.•Y .=~ l~a~.~b:':·n~;h~ ~!li~g~~~!."(1911 PRINTING : KWIK KOPY Pnnt1n1 - H' Mnn~ l>XJ.ltJ96 PUBLICATIONS ~NSER \'IEW ~:al We .. theimer· -'l:d-f.I • MonlroH v-olu-362() MO At rose •227-629-8490 The "Montrose Voice," the newspaper of Montrose. Deadline for next i11ue: Tues., June 30. 7pm. Call 629-8490 for a dverti sing or 1ubscription1. Next iaaue to be released Fri. evening, J uly2. Twf-'1:.;Sm1th -.-103- t.if91ff JUNE 26, 1981 /MONTROSE VOICE 23 RESTAURANTS •BAJA'S-402 Loveu-627-9888 Baja's for Lunch! See our ad elsewhere this issue. Champape brunch 12-:tpm Sun ·BAR-B:.QUE-RANCH-i525' Weaihe1mer- 5;l9.2'l89 •eRASSi;:Rn': Reataurant· ~~I~ W ~Ai8b9ma- 528-fl744 .CAFE ST. 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Small and lar~ Jobs Puhlicat1nm1, c-at.aloifS. hroc-hurtl. form1. We 1~edah:tf' an ~·~flieated. unu•u.al proJK'ta- .. tu111v•you YARD & GARAGE SALES Samantha Reads Your Stars If you were born thi1 Wffk: You have a natural busi­ness sense. Though you enjoy spending money. you basically are a financially conservative person and are never broke. Having an extremely emotional makeup, you rarely do things by halves; ifs all or nothing with you, babe! ARIES (3-21/4-19): Lots to do this week, Aries, so lace up your track shoes. There are chores to handle and you just might be working on a building project of some sort. Meetings are on the agenda. too; be straight-forward and low-key. TAURUS (4·20/5-20): Let your art1s1ic nature shine around the house this week. Taurus. as you add a special, new touch. Make a real point to praise those close to you; be positive Latter days bring sugar and spice and. possibly. a surprise. GEMINI (5-2115·20): Home affairs should settle down this week and a certain domestic deciSlon can be made. Gem. Then, get started on a pro1ect you·ve !Jean putting off. The time is npel Days skip by with a P, for picnic, palaver and pick­le MOONCHILO (6·21/7·22): Sometimes, Moonbaby, I think your symbol should be the clam instead of the crab. Though you are an emotional type, you often hide your feel­ings and just clam up_ Let ·em out. angel. 1t' s not good to hold ·em in. LEO (7·2311·22.): Financial affairs receive the go-ahead this week, Leo. Do proceed with common sense Remem­ber. you must learn to walk before you can run! Later, news amves that gives you food tor thought and days may end with some commotion. VIRGO (8·23/ 9-22): You can make strides m personal mat­ters in the week ahead, Virgo. Do plan to ignore flak from a loud-mouthed turkey who can't mind his own business_ Later, bring your budget up to date and week ends with excited whispers LIBRA (9·23/10.23): A troy,al matter could assume gigantic proportions 1f you dwell on it. Keep perspective. Libby. and don't stew. Later, someone expects a lot from you. but it's no more than you can do and the rewards are great. Go to 1t• SCORPIO (10.24/11·22): Be on the lookout for one whose reat motives are quite different from what he says they are Later, hidden influences play a ma1or role m your own actions Subterranean week surfaces to cork popping f1na1e Goody! SAGITTARIUS (11-23/12-21): You could become mesmerized by one who can talk e.,,en faster and more persuasively than you can Watch 1t, babe An enchanted evening is lov~y. but an enchanted SaJ 1ust gets taken tor a ride. Days flip out CAPRICORN (1 2· 22/1·1 9): Partner·s1assoc1ate·s goals and ambitions may not be the same as your own. Now. over the next several weeks. 1s the time to get any differences ironed out. Gagmg compatibili­ty may not be easy, Cappy, but it's needed AQUARIUS (1·20/2·19): A cer· tam relationship may take on a new and provocative dimen­sion m the \"eek ahead. Aquari. Happy explo1ing' Ifs important to keep all your communieat1on lines open tor tree exchange of ideas and 1nformat1on PISCES (2· 20/ 3·20): Don't hest1tate to march to your own drummer this week, Pisces You yourself are the best judge of how best to spend your time and talents. Ano. before you know it, angel, you're apt to be leading your own parade! (cl 1981 Suburban Features Trend by Henry McClurg Welcome to the Gay Pride Week '81 This weekend, look at the happy faces of your fellow gay men and gay women. Smile with them! We are indeed proud and wonderful people-people who are also industrious, creative and sensitive . We are the gay people of America-the homosexuals. There are those who hate us, who are scared of us. There are those who discriminate against us, and ridi· cule us, and laugh at us. But as we know inside our· selves, they are only the ones who really don't know us . Many of them are the ones reacting to their own insecurities. During the last few years we have made dramatic progress in the quest for human rights-for ourselves and other people. ~verywhere, we have educated countless numbers to the fact that, yes, oppression­much based on ignorance-does indeed exist, and, secondly, we're doing something about it. We are the gay people of America in 1981. I hope your Gay Pride Week is perfect, and when you look back, you'll be reminded of this year, of the per· sonal feelings you've encountered this week. of the others around you sharing this time. ..... ~..... ~ ~ ' r.l ~ ~ j ~ ~FRIDAY, JUNE 26-DJ JON MOTI AFTER HOURS WITH DJ JONNEY f;..PJ!TR~§_- SATURDAY, JUNE 27-DJ MIKE LYNCH FROM THE MONTROSE MINING CO. SUNDAY, JUNE 28-TWICEAS HOT SHOT WITH NAOMI SIMS, HOT CHOCOLATE lllllJlh. AND SPECIAL GUESTS RACHEL WELLS & THE COMEDY OF SCARLET FEVER WEDNESDAY, 10¢ DRINKS THURSDAYS, NU-WAVE NIGHT
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