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Transcript Ga~ Pride WeeJi gets underwa~- Montrose Voice Tm: NEWSPAPER OF MONTROSE, ISSUE #34, PUBLISHED WEEKLY Inside-the ''devine'' Devine, interviewed Friday June 19, 1981 Good Evening Ne~-restaurant revie~ colUJnn this issue New data on death of famo11s composer Tchailiovsli'Y shows it was linked to his se*11alit'Y-stoey inside We the People ride the Wings of Pride Naturally JUNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICF: 3 Montrose News Gay Pride Week begins Houston's eleven day celebrat10n of Gay Pride Week 1981 began Thursday evening, June 18, with a commemora­tion of the raid last year by police on Mary's Lounge, a popular gay club on Westheimer. Houston police in mid-June 1980 indiscriminately arrested customers of the lounge. Not to let the police have the last word on the affair, gay leaders voted to make the day of the raid a part of this year's Gay Pride Week. Parties, educational and political forums and religious observances will take up most of the remaining days, with the week to be climaxed June 28 with the third annual Gay Pride parade down Westhe1mer from Shep­herd to Bagby, following by the third annual political rally staged by the Gay Politcal Caucus at Spotts Park, Waugh Drive at Memorial. Gay Pride Week commemorates a riot by gay patrons of the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York, in 1969. following a raid similar to the one at Mary's. At Stonewall, for the first time known. gay people fought the police ovt'r the routine arrests. The confron · talion , which lasted severa l days, at one point had the police barricaded inside the bar with gay rioters in con· trol of the street in front. Following is a day-by-day listing of the maior events during Gay Pride Week in Houston this year. • THURS/JAY EVENING: Mary's Hard H!!t Police Raid Commemora­tion • FRIDAY EVENING: Gay Young Adults meeting at 41:! Westheimer. • FRIDAY EVENING: Citizen• for Human Equality !CHE!'• pep rally and fundrai•er for the Montrose Sports A~sociation. • FRIDAY EVENING: Gay Pride Week kickoff night with special events at individual clubs. • FRIDAY EVENING: Interac­t Hou•ton 's Community CoffeehouHe 7:30pm-midnight at 3405 Mulberry. • SA TU RDA Y AFTERNOON: Mon· trose Sports Association softball dou­bleheader with a Houston fire depart­ment team l-5pm in Memorial Park field # 1, East Memorial Loop Drive. • SA TU RDA Y AFTERNOON: Health Dept. venereal disease testing at Gay Pride Week softball game, I· 5pm, Memorial Park field #I, East Memorial Loop Drive. • SATURDAY EVENING: Black and White Men Together's "Firemen's Ball" at Cockatoo, 3400 Travis, from 6pm. • SATURDAY EVENING: Health Dept. veneral disease testing at Club Baths, 2205 Fannin, 9pm-Iam. • SUNDAY: Salute Dallas Day. • SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Mon­trose Sports Association volleyball games 2pm in Cherryhurst Park. • SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Unitari­an Universalist Gay Caucus meeting at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. rlSUNDA Y AFTERNOON: Mon­trose Sports Association softball games at Levy Field. • SUNDAY AFTERNOON & EVE­N ING: "Word is Out," "A Very Natu· ral Thing" and Gay Pride Week '80 slide show at the River Oaks Theater, continuous from :3:15pm. • SUNDAY EVENING: Health Dept. venereal disease testing at Mon­trose Mining Co., 805 Pacific. • SUNDAY EVENING: The MCCR Choir concert, 7::JOpm at the church, 1919 Decatur • MONDAY EVENING: Gay Politi cal Caucus's educational forum 7:;l0pm at Frist Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, with guest David Good­stein ofThe Adl'Ocate and The Advo­cate F.xperience speaking on "Our Challenges During the Next Decade", • TUf,~<)DA Y EVENING: MuSlc of gay rompo!'ier~ on Classic Shou· ca.~ e. 9am on Kl'F'T F'M·90. • TUESDAY EVENING: Homophile Interfaith Alliance's National Day of Remembrance, 7:30pm at MCCR, 1919 Decatur, with We the People A/u·ays Remember docu-drama & social. • WEDNESDA }' EVENING: "Bringing Men and Women Together," program and reception 8-!0pm at Houston Guest House, 106 Avondale. • THURSDAY MORNING: Music of gay composers on Classic Showcast Th<' MONTROSE \'Oin; 1s published every Friday. Offices: :1520 Montrose, suite 227, Houston. TX 77006. Phone (71:!) )29-H4!!0. Contents copyright 19Hl Office hours: 1-Hpm. Henry McClurg, publisher/editor. Mt·mhn Gay Press AH~ociation and Texal-> Gay News As~mciation . ltt·ms uppt•aring' in tht> Voict• aecr('ditt•d to Coph•y News St•rvice. San Franc1s,.o ('hromdt> FNttures 8yndicat(', Surburban Ft•ature!-l, or t Tnited Feature Syndicatt_· art• copyright hy those C'Olll'('rns and are purchast•d by the Voin• for use in this nPwHpapt•r_ All other 1temN m the.· Voice nre copyright by the Montrot-ie Voin:. P<>STMAST~:H: ~·nd addreHs corr<•C'tions to ;J!):lO MontroSf\ suite '227, Houston. TX 77CXm. Suh•nipt10n rate in lJS: $:!9 per year, 52 issu<'H, or $24 for six months, 26 IHSUl'S. Houston advertising representati ves: Randy Brown, Joe Keener. Tt•xaH advt'rtismg rf'presentatives; .Jim Olingl•r und Wade Frey Connection~. ~·101 Manor Road, •118, Austin 78722, (512) 474·1660; Roy Hall: Metro Times, POB 225915, Dallas 7f>26f>, !214) 521l-!l944 . Natwnul advertising representative: .Joe ll1Snbato, Riwndell Marketing, 666 6th Avenue, New York l(Xll 1, (212) 242-6X6:J. Advertising deadline: Every Tuesday, 7:(l0pm, for issue to he relea'fd three davs later. · 8-Ilam on KPFI', FM-90. • THURSDAY AFTERNOON & EVENING: Gay Pride Week Gay Youth Day with "Concerns of Gay Youth" program on KPFI', FM-90, J. 4pm & GYA swim party at 106 Avon­dale, 6-!0pm. • THUR SDAY EVENING: Gay poe­try with Pat McCrae on Entro 8:30pm, on KPFI', FM-90. • THUR SDAY EVENING: Oebu­tantes for Human Rights' "The Deb Ball That Didn't Quite Make It" at the Copa, 2631 Richmond, from 9pm. • THURSDAY EVENING: Gay Ath­eist League presents the American Atheist Hour 6:30-7:30pm on KPFI', FM-90. • THURSDAY EVENING: Special Dignity Gay Pride Week mass 8pm Thurs. evening, Catholic Student Cen­ter, 1703 Bolsover. • THURSDAY EVENING: Wilde 'n Stein gay radio show !Opm-midnight on KPFT Radio, FM-90. • .JUNE 26, FRIDAY EVENING: Heritage Day, with Hentage Festival '81, 2504 Mason, Bpm-midnight. • JUNE 27, SATURDAY .'lfORJV­ING & AFTERNOON: Fred Paez Memorial Day, with KPFI', FM-90, hosting a mock trial llam-4pm at Ernest McGowan Sr. added to list of rally speakers Hou:;ton City Councilman Ernest McGowen Sr. has joined the names of people scheduled to address the Gay Pride Week Rally June 28, the Gay Political Caucus announced on the eve of Gay Pride Week 1981 GPC is the sponsor of the annual rally which follows the Gay Pride Parade. Self-defense course planned Professor Kim Soo, who has taught self-defen"" classes at both Rice Uni­versity and the University of Houston , will teach the same to gay people at a special ~ix·wt"ek course beginning July 11, announced the Gay Political Caurus. The classes will be held at Babylon Disco, :mo Westheimer, 3:30 to ·5:00 p.m. each Saturday, they said, and will have a $15 registration fee. A GPC •1><>kesman said they need at least fifty people to sign up in advance by June 29 to make the classes econom­ically feasible. "Since lesbians and gay men are often the targets of vicious, physical, homophobic attacks, it would cer­tainly be advantageous for members of the lesbian and gay community to be knowledgeable about basic self· defense," said the organization . Bates School of Law, University of Houston Central Campus, concerning abuse of gay people, with testimony from representatives of the Fred Paez Task Force. • JUNE 27, SATURDAY EVE­NING: Fred Paez Memorial Concert and Fireworks at Spotts Park, Memo­nal Drive at Waugh, with music from 8pm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Marching Band of Los Angeles, the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallas, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Montrose Singers; and !Opm fireworks. • JUNE 28, SUNDAY AFTER ­N OON: Westheimer parade from 5:30pm with floats, the Montrose Sym­phonic Band, the Oaklawn Marching Band of Dallas, and the Great Ameri· can Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles. and Ray Hill and Rita Wan· strom as grand marshalls. • JUNE 28, SUNDAY EVENING: Spotts Park Rally 8-9:30pm, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with Sissy Farenthal and Minneapolis Police Chief Anthony Bousa as speakers, and with bar-b-que, beer and fireworks. • ,Jl:.JNE 29, JlONDA Y EVENING: Gay Archives of Texas forum with Jim Kepner of the National Gay Archives, 7pm, 3405 Mulberry Another planned rally speaker, Min­neapolis Police Chief Anthony Bouza, is scheduled to be in Houston less than 24 hours, but would be would be availa­ble for broadcast talk shows. said GPC. Bouza is scheduled, along with former Texas gubernaoorial candidate Sissy Farenthold. to watch the Gay Pride Week Parade down Westheimer and then address the rally later that evening at Spott.• Park, Waugh Drive at M~morial Dnve. However, GPC presidrnt Lee Har· rington said Bouza, an outspoken proponent of hiring gay people as law enforcement officers, would be willing to extend his stay if asked by a major media outlet, such as a local television interview program. Bouza, said Harrington, is one of the nation's leading authorities on police science and administration, and was interviewed recently on NBC's Today program. He is a former New York City police captain . Harrington said Bouza is scheduled to arrive 4:00 p.m. the day of the parade and rally and leave at 1-CXlp.m. the day after. •·However. if there is a media request that could onlv be filled outside that time con~trainl , he will consider com­ing to Houl:iton earlier, or staying longer, depending on his schedule at the time of the request," said Harrington. At the rally. Harrington said Bouza will mingle with other invited elected officials, candidates and "friends of the GPC." Over 300 such people have been invited to sit in the VIP section. Harrington said he had requested meetings between Bouza and Houston Mayor Jim McConn and Houston Police Chief B.K. Johnson, but both h<llti nnt rt:~ponded to his in\.;tation. 4 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19. 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 $2995• 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 collect calls accepted KPFT JACKPOT Inflation Fighter Program 3207 Montrose at Westheimer ,Jl'NE 19, 1981 , MONTROSE VOIO: 5 Russian composer Tchaikovsky forced to take his own life because of his homosexuality, symposium will be told New evidence of an alleged coverup of the real reason for the death of famed Russian composer Peter Ilyich Tchai­kovsky will be revealed at a special symposium to be held by the Houston Symphony in conjunction with its Tchaikovsky Festival. And the revealed reason will be, the Montrose Voice was told by Symphony officials, that Tchaikovsky was homosexual. He was homosexual in a day and age when such was loathed, and thus com­mitted a "forced suicide," it will be reported at the symposium July 18 at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music The issue recently arose when Joel Spiegelman, a profettsor of composi lion at Sarah Lawrence University and a specialist in 19th Century Rus­sian music, wrote in High Fidelity magazine that he speculated Tchai­kovsky was forced to take his own life in 1893 by poisoning himself after being sentenced by a kangaoo court made up of his own classmates from the Imperial College of Law. Spiegelman will be the keynote Ben Sargent speaker at the Houston symposium with an addressed titled, "Tchaikovs­ky's Death New Answers, New Questions." The symposium will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m .. and is titled "Tchai kovsky: Defiled and Revered." Houston Symphony Orchestra's Tchaikovsky Festival is set to run July 15 to July 25 for seven performances in Jones Hall with Maestra Sergui Comissiona conducting. In a New York Times wire servtce report, Spieglemen pointed to new information indicating that Tchai­kovsky did not die from cholera as was listed in all official accounts. "There was no illegal practice that could bring down swifter or more terri­ble disgrace in czarist Russia than homosexuality It was considered a criminal offense that merited prison or exile to Siberia," Spieglemen was quoted. Spieglemen will unveil further evi­dence to support his accusations at the Houston symposium, the Voice was told. Also at the symposium, a panel dis­cussion will be held titled, "Tchai­kovsky, his homosexuality and the oppression he endured: Musical indica· tions of his joy and dread." Gay Pride Week grand marshall Ray Hill remembers outlines the progress Ray Hill, the "father of the gay rights movement in Houston," said on the eve of Gay Pride Week that over the past fifteen years, the lives of lesbians and gay men have changed a great amount. "Our view of ourselves and those around us has improved vastly from the days of guilt and identity confu­sion we had as common characteris· tics only a few years ago. We have become politically sophisticated and have discovered that the more we approve of our own behavior the more other people approve of us." said Hill, in a prepared article. Hill, along with Rita Wanstrom, were elected the Grand Marshalls of the 1981 Gay Pride Week Parade at an early organizing meeting. "AB a community, we have deve­loped our own business districts. our own markets, products and services, our own responses to crime in our neighborhood, our own religioui; insti­tutions, and our own media. Ten years ago, our present state of affairs was beyond the expectations of the most Avant Garde of our community act­vists," he said. Continuing: "In the late sixties and early seven· ties, raids on gay and lesbian bars News were commonplace. A third or more of the bar active gay population could expect to get arrested every couple of years. Being stopped, ridiculed and hassled was just part of life. "Over the past three years, the number of gay-related arrests has been halved each year, while our bar active population has doubled each year. Fewer than five percent of us will get the touch of the law's long arm this year. All but a very few of those arrested will be men, most of them poor, or black, or Hispanic, or young, or combination of the above. "The police don't like us any more than they used to; we have just deve­loped better defenses and have made a priority of fighting back within the system. "1979 and 1980 were the years of greatest accomplishment in our strug­gle against police abuse. National Gay Task Force made a priority of police abuse. Jean O'Leary testified before the Presidential Commission on Police and Civil Rights and NGTF appealed to lesbian and gay communities to doc­ument police abuse in their local areas. "In Houston. the research and com­pilation of material about police abuRe within the gay community wru; an effort of Fred Paez. Fred's work was presented to the C-ommistiion in an open hearing by Steve Shiflett on behalf of Houston Gay Political Cau­cus. Within a few months, Fred Paez was killed by a Houston police officer. "Since Fred's death, little effort has been spent compiling and document­ing police abuses against our commun­ity. Houston Human Rights League still helps people defend themselves as it did when Fred was alive, and most of those efforts are successful; but, there has been no forum to present accounts of police excesses." Such a forum has been organized for Fred Paez Memorial Day during Gay Pride Week. Radio station KPFT, FM- 90, is scheduled to broadcast hearings live from the Bates College of Law on the University of Houston's Central Campus. "If you have been victimized by police abuse of power, or had your rights violated by police officers, or if you have witnessed such abuse, you may tell your story and answer ques­tions about the incidents before a panel of concerned citizens active in civil rights defense," said Hill. "Your testimony may be anonym­ous, if you prefer. All of the testimony will be broadcast and the panel will discuss the state of civil rights and police behavior. The hearings will be open for your attendance," said Hill. Bates College is located on the Cal­houn side of the U of H Central Cam­pus near Elgin. The hearings were scheduled to be broadcast live from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hill said those who wished to present their accounts of police abuse could call him or Mike Meisch at 523- 6969 during regular business hours. Concluding, Hill said, "Fred Paez's memory can be best served by continu­ing his work." 6 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 The Divine Divine By Ed Martinez Sleaze has at last come of age, and has achieved a style and panache of its own. With the opening of his new film Polyester, Divine, the star of Pink Fla­mwngo, one of the first midnight cult moV!es, has achieved the critical acclaim that has eluded him until now In Houston on a promotional tour for the film. Divine met with the publisher of the MONTROSE VOICE. Henry McClurg, and me for pictures and an interview. In a chic suite at Stouffer's Hotel high above Greenway Plaza. the one and only Divine chatted comforta­bly about himself and his career Clad in purple pants and a pink tee shirt, Divine affected none of the outra­geous wigs or makeup that are his hal­lmark in his films. I felt rather cheated, fully expecting someone totally flam­boyant and completely outrageous. Instead I saw a man in his early mid­dle years, calm, friendly, relaxed and very interested in the quetitions he was being asked and being very interesting in the process. He seemed surprisingly (considering the publicity associated with the movie) mature and un· Hollywood. Divine was born in Baltimore. the scene of Polyester, and lived there until his twenties, when he left and moved to Provincetown, Mass .. where he oper­ated a second-hand clothing store History of the World HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART L Writ· ten, Directed end Produced by Mel Brooks. Vie-winll time: 90 minutes. Showing at var· ioua theaten around Houston , including the New Galleria Cinema Reviewed by Ed Martinez Movies by Mel Brooks seem to evoke either disgust or joy, there is seldom a middle ground. Fans of Brooks' movies, who are legion, cannot wait to see the next one and to see old one• repeatedly. Detractors of Brooks' efforts go to great lengths to explain why and how intensely they dislike his flicks. I love Mel Brooks movies. That said, the reader can judge my opinion of hi• most recent movie more objectively !Vlei Brooks makes me laugh. I don't have to think about u·hy I laugh when I see a !Viel Brooks movie, I just laugh, a huge belly laugh, a great guffaw. I don't feel guilty about laughing at what I •ee in a Brooks movie. Even when it involvea something as poten­tially sacrilegious as a scene involving Brooks as a waiter at the Last Supper. Brooks, in disgust, keeps saying "Je•us," at which Christ replies, "Yes?'', and Brooks says "What?" and so forth. Sort oflike the old Abbott and Costello routine about "Who's on first?" called "Divine Trash," and from wluch he took his name. He moved to Los Angeles, staying there for about four years, and then to New York, where he lives now and which he calls home. He is one of those 11ovemight" suc­cesses we hear so much about, having been in show business for eighteen years, and only just now reaching the audiences and receiving the critical acclaim he has worked so hard for all those years. Divine·s first movie, Pink Flamingo, has been showing continuously for about nine years now. mainly at mid­night showings. His present film, Polyester, broke box office records in New York and Baltimore when it opened, and has already grossed $500,000 in its first two weeks in New York. The film has been greeted with rave reviews in Time, and Newsweek. The very fact that those magazines even reviewed the movie is in itself fame of a sort. The fact that they raved about the movie is in deed unique praise for Divine and his work. John Waters, who wrote and directed Polyester is working on another film for Divine at present, one in which he plays triplets, two women and a man. Divine also says there are tentative plans for a television special and possibly a series. His career has come a very long way indeed from th0to1e days when he was just a curios­ity in Pink Flamingo, itself a freak movie seen only by a few devoted fans. Divine is now a full-fledged star, and he likes it that way. He feels that he has really earned it the hard way. I happen to think that's funny, and not at all sacrilegious. I like to think Jesus Himself would laugh at that one. Scenes involving Torquemada tor­tunng the Jews in the Spanish Inquisi­tion and swimming hallet scenes with Esther Williams-like nuns make me laugh, because it punctures the pom­posity of the Catholic Church, for example. There is one particular scene in which the members of the !Wma Senate are seen entering the chamber, muttering things like "Status quo," "Quid pro quo," and "Sic transit glo­ria," to which one senator replies "I didn't know Gloria was sick." Now I think that's funny. Mel Brooks is simply not for the died· in-the-wool Woody Allen fan , who needs cerebral humor to achieve status while he·s being amu•ed. He also doesn't appeal to the Neil Simon fan. I can see a movie or a play by Neil Simon and one hour later not be able to remember one single line or scene that struc-k me as amusing while I was watching it. All this may sound like heresy, but Allen and Simon are just not that funny to me. Brooks is. This is not, it should be mentioned, vintage Brooks. It is not nearly as good as his best, by any means. Do not go expecting to see another "Blazing Sad· dies" or "Young Frankenstein." I would even go so far as to say that this 1s probably mediocre Brooks. But I will also say flatly that med10- ere Brooks is so much better than most of the pablum and crap being seen on the screen today that it is well worth the price of admission. The lines out­side the theater that I attended indi­ca! P that while the critics may not like Brooks that much, the fans do. There has never yet been a ~tatue erected to a critic, but there will always be warm spots in the hearts of those who were made to laugh for the person who Feature Movies brought them that laugh. Brooks may yet be remembered as the greatest comic since Chaplin. Don't forget that it was a long time before the critics began to rave over Charlie Chaplin. On the other hand, Brooks may be juAt as crude, coal'de, vulgar and dis· gusting as his detractors say. Person~ ally, I've always admired that in a comic. Go see History of the World and make up your own mind. Happy Gay Pride Week from the Montrose Voice MATTRESS SALE NAME BRANDS SIMMONS BEAUTY REST, SPRING AIR, CRAFT MASTER Twin 99.00, Full 119.00, Queen 169.00, King 199.00 SIMMONS HIDE-A-BEDS Full 299, Queen 450, Sofa/Love Seat 495 7' 0 c ~ UI ~ 0 :s I ".a-.' 0 a 3 I THE BED QC) HOUSE 2115 NORFOLK "a 527-9352 529-3652 3 JUNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 7 Attend the Gay Pride Week Educational Forum Monday evening 7:30pm First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin Guest Speaker David Goodstein ofThe Advocate and The Advocate Experience Our &~'iienges During the Next Decade (P.S. See you at "the Rally" immediately after the Parade) "the Rally" and the Educational Forum sponsored by the Gay Political Caucus "Pride Guide" released Let the good times roll ... The "Official 1981 Houston Gay Pride Week Guide" was released Wednesday, June 17, and was being sold at most Montrose gay clubs and many shops. ~ HAPPY HOUR 4-7p TEQUILA ANO M MON-SAT., WITH 75¢ SHOTS OF SCHNAPPS EYE-OPENE~~"':~ETTO ~1..,1,, THE TIME; SUNOA Y FROM NOON, $1 PARKING ACROSS T~L 4PM ANO 25¢ DRAFT 'TIL 9PM; UNLIMITED E STREET, A'=.WAYS GOOD VIBES.::-YEAl MOREi The 48-page book will also be sold by volunteers at various Gay Pride Week events over the next few days, until all 5000 copies are sold, said Henry McClurg, Gay Pride Week guidebook chairperson. McClurg had come under fire at the final meeting of the Gay Pride Week Committee June 14 for alleged mishan­dling of the project. He accepted blame for "Pride Guide" not being released two weeks earlier as had been initially projected, saying that the book was simply a bigger pro­ject than anticipated and took longer to produce at both the production end and the printing end. Other allegations of mishandling were denied. All profits from the guidebook go to the general fund of the 1981 Gay Pride Week Committee, an organization of volunteeni which assumed responsibil­ity for organizing most of Houston's 1981 Gay Pride Week events. Testimony concludes in Section 21.06 trial DALLAS-Both sides in the consti­tutionality trial testing Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code con­cluded their testimony during the first few days after the trial opened June 15. Judge Jerry Buckmeyer then instructed the defense (Dallas Dis­trict Attorney Henry Wade) to file its post-trial brief by July 15 and the plaintiff (Dallas gay activist Donald F. Baker) to file by July 30. Section 21.06 is the "homosexual conduct" provision of Texas law which defines sexual acts engaged in by homosexuals as illlegal. Gay activists have been looking forward to the trial since the fed­eral suit was filed two years ago. The Texas legislature adopted the Model Penal Code of the Ameri­can Law Institute in 1973 but added to it the sodomy statute, which the model code did not include. 8 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 Want to earn $250 to $800 weekly? We have complete after graduation placement service locally or in other cities nationwide. 2171 Portsmouth, Houston, 526-0888 DRAWING BY TOBY We Love the Wildwood! HOME OF THE AMERICAN LEATHERMEN Thanks, for reading the Montrose Voice ~ ~ ·~ar~\ q)W~-~ g~lJ.H.:s -~lllii= 708 W. Alabama 529-6584 clased Sunday Watch for our New Address in the next issue It Is not far from here. Why are we moving? Because the air conditioning Is Inadequate and the property owner will not give permis­sion to Install more. Your continued patronog• will be greatly appreciated Montro&t' St.an ford IS SOMEONE BUGGING YOU? Recent legislation allows wireta ps on your private and business phones under certain circumstances. We have expert investigators and equipment to detect listening devices and secure your privacy. ACCURATE, INC, 880-1000 GENERAL CINEMA CORP. NEW GALLERIA CINEMAS 3&4 610 at Westheimer 626-0140 BARGAIN MATINEES-•200 Mon. through Fri., all shows before 6pm. Sat ., Sun. & holidays, I st matinee only Come in and Meet the Staff Sylvia Cecil, manager, with Robby Neeld, Terry Jones and Norman Fifer Sylvia with Kathy Hammer NOW PLAYING CAROL BURNE'IT, ALAN ALDA IN THE FOUR SEASONS RATED PG 'A mv t human romnly that u 41mirmmuly t>nJO."l'ahlf' ·-GenP Shalit 1:00 3:05 5:10 7:30 9:35 MEL BROOKS' HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART 1 RATED R 12:30 2:25 4:20 6:15 8:10 10:05 JUNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 11 "'We the q:>eob.le" Raul & his staff salute the gay meh and women of Montrose, Gay Pride Week, 1981. J? au[~ 23'ta1-1- d?ubbi_n9 elf cRutau.'tant and <Win.: 23a't ' 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 Frie• or Baked Potato and Relish Tray • Soup & Sandwiches • Mexican Selection • Daily Specials-3-course lunch-$5 • Our Specialities: Quiche Lorraine, Beer Casserole, Homemade Pate & Homemade Cake: (The Beet Cheesecakes in Town) Live Enter tainment Night ly ~'eaturing Jawad-Jazz, Blues & Folk on Acoustic Guitar "If you're a r estaurant, what' s a Brass Rubbing?" It's an art form dating from 12th Century Holland and Germany. as. rub­binhgs or tracings are taken from brass burial markers Elet in church floors. an image of what that person looked like in life. Raul's has a dozen original rubbings on display~me on .in and see for yourself. DINE IN OR TAKE·OUT ORDERS 914 'W.:d c:://.fabama 529-0627 Pink Elephant "Oldest & Friendliest in Texas" 1218 Leeland, Houston 77002 659-0040 "<flfay9Lrif '3offie211 with your hostess, Laura Lee Love and regulars Lana Kane & Eydie Mae Every Saturday, 10:30pm ($1 cover will go to performers) Sat., June 20-"Court of the Single Star Talent Show." 1st 10 entries accepted. Trophy & cash to winner. HAPPY HOURS Saturday Midnight-2am Sunday: noon-8pm Mon-Fri: 4pm-8pm dpen lOam Mon-Sat, noon Sun A MONTROSE ALTERNATIVE 12 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 Our l'lace 1419 Richmond/528-8903 Kaye O'Rear owner/gen. mgr. New Special Show Friday, June Z6T8 !! Ma.1liliilill.- THE ELECTRIFYING featuring THE LOVELY MISS COUNTRY (LITILE BOBBY) MISS APOLLO (TRACY) THE GORGEOUS AND HER REAL LIVE SNAKE ACT!! (You Must See to Believe!!) ALSO, MISS LATIN (ROBBIE ROBERTS) KAYE'S TWO GREAT SHOWS!! PLAYHOUSE COVER CHARGE STILL ONLY •2°0 ~P~i~ ANOTHER FIRST FOR OUR PLACE!! WATCH MY ADS KIDS-YOU NEVER KNOW!! (The Only Place Where Every One is Welcome) . c c . N (' ..•H.. R ·­" 6:'.!"4 •Ai o(j l ...... &"' ·-[ ·- ,., Montrose Classified Rt'SINESS OWNERS Ill Wi!! lilt free each wttk (ll 111 b.i1me .. NLlblilhmf'nt111Prvin1 ~~~11"d':~~ :cdi:ll!~~~(~)n:ei:~:O::~ e1t1bli1hmf'nt1 ind (d) Hlected 1peci1l f'ventll. 12J Wf' Ii.tit free each ...,.f'f'k, in bold. l1r1er type, inform1tion 1bout 111 currf'nt di1pl1y adverhlll!rl ltho1e purchHinr a ;:::um 11°~1~1~gil!}:ilih~~":~c; ~ ;,'!~ rv:'JJ~rr~:rt t;~f~~: ot~:edr:: i~~~~~~ 20C per word or S7 per i_nch pf'r i11ue for thirteen or mo~ oonlK"Ullve 1uue1. p11d 1n ldvance. (4) Call 6~8-490, 1·8pm, for more information • indlCai.e. MONTRO.~f VOICE dieinbution point 1>Udline9 fur nut i11ue.:Tuu .7Pm.June23. for 111ue #35 to beftleHed Fri. eveninR. June .~; .-~ ~~P':/i:r1:i':!~~J!I; ~•ue #J6 to be AUTO REPAIR .................................... CULLEN Paint A Body Shop-1810 Crawford-860-1886 Custom painting, insurance repairs, free estimates. Professional Auto Repair Proceeds to go to Gay Po • ..,., N~k or Texas Human Rights Founda­tion Tune-'er-Up for Gay Pride Week. $25 plus parts (for most cars). 522-4238 BABYSITTING ................. '!!"' ................ ... NIGtIT BABY SITTJrn for workin1 mother1 Call Dulw Martlnn. at 520-6197 or 792-2626 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ................................. Own your own business. Unique benefits. Comvany car. Convention trips, msu­rance & bonuses. Not time con suming. Great tax incentives. We are listed on the NY Stock Exchange. Financial world ranking. Second fastest growing comJ>any. Inquire within. Call Alma. 665-7885. BEDDING ................................. •HOUSE OF BEDS-21115 Norfo lk-1527- 93152, 1529-3862 Special prices on Simmons Beauty Rest Bedding at the House of Beds. See our ad elsewhere this issue. CLOTHING ................................... e<>H RQYI l.uthttGood1-912Wntheimer- 624·7~ •A Pl.An: 1NTIMt:-1409 Rl~hmond e4fl i.Jo:ATlffR-40M WMthf'1mtt-Si7."9044 .•.S.,P. (i~ LOCKt:R-311 WNthr11nrr~2Q. DATING SERVICES "A New Way to Meet Friends" t'or Information Hnd SASF. A II 10 Alternative C'onnf'C'tione Bo• 10, 1713 Wuth•lmer ·~~oN~r,,I~-n~e EROTICA : Al>ONIS Nf'W'i-1407 Rii·hmond-523-.0494 full lf'nirth all malf' muv1n 1he1w~ _o~ ~deo. •A.'1Yl.l1M Rot;btcire-l:KffRlchmo~d • BAlJ. PARK BOQk-;to;;-1&10w Al~am• •DINt:R·~ N11!Wl--_=--~4i) ~,;~rn!r~m900 l!:.!;~n~~tit~o~:l:a~ ~~~~~~r.;;,~!~~ full If'~ all-m•l•_mo~ _____ _ • KIRBY -Nf.w1tind-J115 ~rby-:-620-02~­• m;OZ N~---;.::tiii"w- Ala!Mma 1ay m•n Hdusively EYEWEAR FLOWERS ................................. • BLOOMERS-;1618 S. Sheph1!rd-52U9:)7 .CARAVAN-_:~~nlav_!~20-1019 - •FRI DA Y'S •iorlet-1338 Wuthelmer- 1524-6618 Flower s in Montrose, or across the country. Call Friday's Florist . FOR SALE GO~!T!'S~OM'!E!!'T!'H!!'I!!N. G.• to• ,•.,. ,.,. s..." u'•,,•;n•th•,•v.·,·~ where you"ll reach 14.000 or your nei1hbor1 GAY BARS ...................................... (A) Howiton Tavl!'m Guild member indication plaC'f'd in th11dirertory at thf'irrf(lllffi · • BABYLON:aQ(fwe.theimer:...:.02&:.6601 Happy Gay Pride Week from the Badlands See our ad elsewhere this issue. ?ilp!::'1tnWeek kickoff' ni1ht Fri bffr bull • BAJA'S~o2 Loveu:....a21-8886 Live piano entertainment n~h~l~ at See our ad er.Jw~er~this isoue. Gay Pndl! Week kickoff nirht Fri , live piano '". tf'rt.a1nment with Donn• Corl~ond. Charlf'nll' Wnght Fn Ir. Sat. from 9:; m Ir. V1rtona l.-mptonl:l..AieJ.1PorR'eSun. Uri from 9pm, ("hampaa:nl! brunth 12-Jpm Sun \:!:~f:~-;,l,1~1:~t~~c~b~~9:;~~-f~m1:~f' rolor nlfht 4. pool tuum11mPnt Mon. ll!veninc: ~:h~a~~-~ .~.':tk n~~t~t ~uer'i.', ·:~:•i:::: predo.m1nai:it1y. horn• of th• Mu1tanir1 • RRAzos·RrVJo:R Rcrrn:)M-24(10 fuizo,. ~28-919:l: Hay f'ndf' WH-k ki<"'kllff niirht Fn Randy All•n and llit' Oc)Ubl• Jo:aale &nd Pn~ :n~·~it"v•R;b:r~~f.:r,":~~~" !ft':r~~ A: Thu .... tveninir. bMr hw.t 6 hot dof• Sun aftrmoon, hOC' dnnb Mon & Tu.,._ nenina-; dence IH1on• ~pm Tuf'1., •tuk ni1ht 'i'pm Wf'd : pool toumanwnt 9pm Thu .... ; Colt 45 h~'! c:,~1;1u~~~~!ie"ti~£~om1nantly •HRIAR PATCH-:l:!94 W. Holcomb• 66.").~1~ Oay Pnd• W"'°k lnckoff mRht 1-'ri.. butr.-1 Sun 11fl#rnoon & Tut'I. f'Vll'n1n~; video movies Sun aftrrnnon~ '"M1dm .. ht Howlf'n ::J:,1~·~~~.~~·~~f;~~~ N11hr· 'l\aee •itmc-Kr.N- cC>or-r,.15 w .. thf'im•r-626- f~~::~ ~:J .;:;:d~!f'~~t k~~~~ ~ft~~.~~i. pool tournament Tuel. ev•nmR' · d)f'K ATOO -340-0 Tr11vi1·::-r;-mno2' after hour1 Pri. 4. Sat. evenin11 e('.OPA- :~f;:IJ R1rhmo~-fi2ft~2.~9~i1ro n111rh tly with Hit llarvr 6 l..H Powtl'9 on ;>ri~:rt~~~;'~ ~~ 1; i.':~~~~t f"Vtnm, Dan M1llf'r & tori Donna 0.y. f.rne.tme, Cot'O Jone.· Mr Ml"tr1•plf'X Hou1ton CuntHl Mon. f'vll!nin1, ~11no 1nterta1nmf'nt wHkd1y afternoon• ,hr:!'K;!0 :!:ntn;;m~e!~1ld~n'::~~!i°_: Thur1. -~v.!~~.!; C'O!,•~hart!._ n1.1_ht!!:__ ~~·:.v-.;:~~c~o~h:r.~~r.~ri-~24-0170: Gay JUNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE •DIFFERENT Oft('.M-1732 W-Ht­hei. mer-628-8508 Where Men can be Men-the Drum. See our ad elsewhere this issue. ~!!Pi.~" irfi~bb;1 k;o~~ C:; ~d~ :J:1k kickoff ni1ht Fri.; aftu-hour1 Fn & Sat ~~~';:~«Mo~_0J:~!u:~i.)f~b!!r f~~.! :t~-t f:e~- !~"!iTu'~~-i~~~~T~:lu~0n~fh\eW!!f: home Ameriun LHthermen • ADIRTY SALtv·s-=t20-A;-Ondl.J;:...529. 7525: Gay Pride Week kid.off ni1ht FrL; ~~~~'r!'~!i~~~:~td~:ns.!:.~unn:h~W'!d°M; .~~1213Richmond..:~y Pride Weelt kickoff nia'.ht Jo'n • >.EXILE-1011 e:;JJ..:....&9.0453, Gay Pri<fe" We.Ir. kickoff ni1ht Fri:. Ab Ir the Rebel Outlaw1_Fn I: Slit. even1nc1. 7pm buff'~ & L~c:- ·~~.r:ro·/~~~~rM':nd1;~; ·~~~~; Allen and the Double Ea1le Sana Thura. eveniq; home TuH Riden •GALLEON-2:'103 Ricllmond-522-7616 et:re:;h~Fri.i~~".. .~ ; ~: ~~~ :Uffi~ 8pm Thurs ,---~-STATION-911 :.!: 0..y Pn~ WePk kickoff HOLE-=-""i09Tu.;~y ll!ll!k kickoff ni1ht Fri.; 1chn1pp1 ~i~ s:k~ft,~~~!~~~~.~':t~F:':~~ Thon -.JUSTMARi0N&tYNN~-ff17F1irvill!;_.-=. 528-9110: G•y P'ride Werk luckon' nirht Fri.; g1y women predomin1ntly • KiNDRf;D-SPTRT~ BuiWo S~w1,v-6fib.9766: G1y Pnd• Wwk Inell.off m1ht Fri.; l•Y wom•n prednmmantly •LAMPOST--=2411 Tim;;_-Hfvd"---".ti"Ul-il921 G1y Pride Wwk lud1.off niRht Fri.; aay womf'n pttdominantly. •LOADING DOCK--::..t7J5\\·e.J.rimtt-620: ~;~: ~"Z:~!n~;:k kickotr n1.1ht Fri., ray •AMAR-Y'S- 1022 W'ttetbelmer-628- 8861 Almost Always Open-Mary's, naturally See our ad elsewhere tli11 issue. Gay men predominantly; taped m111ic by La:rry Fo111ht & after-houn ni1htly; Gay ~!1 X'11/k:!~n:i~:r,,nn; T11~~~'!': Houtton Motorcycle Club •AMIDNrrE SuN=ro:i . we.Uieimer-5"""26. 7519: Gay _Pride Week kickoff ni1ht Fri., unpn90nallon 1how1 Su.n A Wed. even1n11 •MONTROSE MfriifNG CO.-M6 Pacific- ~~7k~i·cf:rr~r/h~f'?~i~~~:~~!~ ~~~ ..it.moon •>.MONTROSE PUB-:.1a1s WHth••mer- 523-0035 live piano ent«tainm.nt ni~tJy I: ;::~~~U'ci~:la ~:;mv.~~ ·ckoff .OUR PLACi-f4t8 Rlcbmond.:&:ij: 8903 Justine Band is great! Fri., Sat. & Thurs. at Our Place. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay Prid~ Wf'ek lii<"'kotr ni1ht Jo'n .• J1111llnf' ~:~f' •·r~el8!.~i:~i;i»~:~~~: .t:°.! Junf' ;&; with l..itll Jtbby, Tracy Ir. Robb11! •"P°A"°R'A" DE-1416 fb~hmond-li:l0-1646: dilCO with Oti1 Jamn ... rank C'.ollin1 Ir. Ph1lhp ~~-h:::n~~~:~rG~ Wi:;.LIW.!~ ~11~~!d \t~~~~~ ::er ~~/;:~:~/un. do..d • PINK- •:u:PHANT-1218 Lulind- 869-0040 A Montrose Alternative-The Pink Elephant See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay Pridt> Vto'ttk kkkotT n141ht Fn .. ·'l'layfirl Follie•" Ir. Court of the Sirr_!e Star Sh.-.w Sat Evyd~~"lt::t~n:JJ0e':1ti1:'0·sh:;i!:,~~:=~ pre-dominantly ~~f'NJ;:I;.-~~~;: n~itn~~~~~30: ~rl 7pn:i pool toum•y Sun. happy hour a'rrday Ir. n11ht Mon. _ -~· _ •ROCKY.S-:W-16 w O.ita.-f>:.!ff.M922; Gay Pridll! W11ek kirkoff niaht Fn .. 1ay women exclU•IVf'ly •SADDLE CiUB-fil W Dff'w-b~-92til Gay Pride WHk ki<"'koff nifhl Fri ; hve oount.ry band Fn A Sat. evenin.r•; bv ... ~l•y country DJ Sun Thur1. f'vetunp; color night ~=~.,.e=~~: lt:~:'::.\!~bu:;'1n;.:I tov.mey Wed ll!'Vf'nmc Crossword This is the tenth in our series of the exclusive Montrose Crossword. 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. ACIOSS 1 Martini garnish 06 Awards ceremony succeeding the Diana Awards 11 Polarize 13 Lloyd's of London did it for thf> Gay Pride Parade 14 Livestock shelter 15 Courage 16 Greek letter 17 Seminte 19 Presidential hopeful Kennedy 20 Cincinnati ball club (abbr.) 22 Bibical character 23 Burning glass 24 Horse's gear 26 Disclaim formally 28 Do it at the Steam Table 30 Snakelike fish 31 Carmen del impersonator 32 Sodium chloride (abbr.) 33 ScoundreJ 36 Strait 39 Baltic port 40 Stage of a Journey 42 Gonorrhea symptom 44 Cinnabar 45 Constellation 47 Islamic name 48 Winy 50 Lamblike 52 Patrons of the LazyJ 53 Colquitt, Marshall, Kipling, etc. (sing.) 54 Dept. store near from GPC offices 5.'i S.F. gay supervisor Britt DOWN 1 Engineer's helper 02 Linger idly 03 Encroach on 04 Contend 05 Old T etamen t book 06 Indefinite persons 13 07 Fast aircraft (abbr.) 08 Kitchen gadget 09 Actress Dahl 10 Orchestra section 12 Journey 13 Quaffs 18 Southern state !abbr.) 21 Mountain (Sp.I 23 Soothed 25 Tenpenny Tl Former NGTF co-director O'Leary 29 Lacking pedal digits 33 Manly 34 Schedule 35 Make an edging 37 Volcano mouth 38 Dan White, convicted 39 Wanders 41 Boxers 43 Godliness 45 SurJy dogs 46 Abel's brother 49 Over (poetic) 51 Depression initials RETURN WITH IJS TO ... "y·~·r("j HAWK LARABEE 14 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 •s6LiTH 4()_:j 10:M AfmiNi".~Gtnoe- 9-41-9798 On your way back from the Beach-the South 40 See our ad elRewhere this issue. ~,!J:~:nwA~~~~ ~!~Fri. beer heft' •TW1~S~J5 Wuthiriin«'-&2~$S... a-a{ ~koifL nt:h~i~.•n;,:t~~nta~~~i:v~n~~=- • .,V~ :'li Tl'RE-N-2923 Main....:622;:6o0c) Party with Pride at the Venture-N. See our ad elMwhere this issue. =~a~;d.~Pri!t, ~~!ktllic~fl'n:h~ Fri _ HCn-Pany" Slltl. •~n A. PVf'nu1g~ Moatr<IM Spona Aal«1ahon n11ht Mon bart.mden ni.,rht Tu.. • WILOW00ri S a loon-16.04 V;;;i. btillM'T-628-tMMO Happy Gay Pride Week from the Wildwood Saloon ~ our ad elsewhere this issue. ~=l ~ .!:1~lt~ftf~".·h~~h.!! ~Yt!::r); ~~~~PU. . ~°-;!,,~~ U.m&)' l'lln. eomn«: d11h n1Jht W«I .. anak Pf"!- ITIQVtf' Apm • ll~to-bt-announced movie 9·30pm Thura., ~ornt' Sundance Cattlf' Cluh. GAY BATHS .................................... ~ -''LUU HUl'8ToN-t"iol t'annin-65_9- 4998 1•1 men ncb.i•ively. mernbtnh1p Nqu1red. open 24 b11un; Vf'nerf'•I d1atan ~~L~~~_:_ _________ ~-~ · ~IDT'OWSE SPA 3100 Famun-522-231'9 py awn exehaeivft7, memb.nhip r.qwr«I:. optn 24 houn ·i308 CLl 'B-23o&Grneeeet-6~8236 Texas' best. The 2306. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Ga7mcc U< open n11 · llWnlbt-rahtp reqwred, HAIR CARE ................................... ~ •.l..I.U. Nt-:L Hai.r 0.1,-n--3.Z!O Yoakum-.~ • iALONl>ANIEl.-ia.t4 W .. thti~r-520- 9. IJ HELP WANTED .............................. '!-!"" AUl L1" HOUK~'T~,R.E-; t eru needed. Mu.at have phone. Call 686-1740 NOl'i PROFIT amb•l•nte ..T~C;-ba----;;d1n MtJnU- arte S.S. R."i-. LV~•. DMTt A F.C A• for volunlttr poa1t1on Call Bryan. """""' !lit:ErJ ~Mwrt-.rh~Jd.~P" •Ord.., SH pw lnch and r"NCh 14.000o( yow ..,.hbon HOMES & APARTMENTS HOME FURNISHINGS • BYMAS"S lnteriou-608 Wt•t· lwime('-629-Mm Byman's fine furnishings, custom interiors. ~our ad elHwhere this issue. KEY SHOPS R•E•E•o··s·-· ,•.•,•. •,.•,•.,•.•,•, m•,•,•. .,. .. 2..0 co .. rnonwealtb-623-2927 Reed's Key Shops in Montrose, 2 locations. LITERATURE LODGING • HOCSTO!\ Gl'EST HOt:SF.-108 Avond•l~2()..9767 . Houston Guest House: "Where the world meets Houston." MAIL BOXES MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS ATTENTIOS ORGASIZATIO!'liS C•ll tht Voice with your or1anuat1on·1 ntw-1 and mwun1 data. 529-,,...90. a~rui A CAP-flIAC i11"9~r--;-(M--;ntr--;i;1 Church 1•f Christ. !\20-K W"'th•IZSM'r--.52J. 61:\M ACt~U-ii:j6 W Grey-624-Wl5 rfhel--AOVO<:AT-r.- -fif>EHii:Nf~- -iM. 2fl6(): .eminar S.t_ A. Sun A-MER-tCA-NLf:A-THERMEN (aotial dubJ-(' . o DiCfertnt Drum. 1734 Wf!'the1mtf...(>~~: dub nlaht W«I ..S TKOJia;rili.,..., All ..~ 2ii\51~· - el:; Ri!'llG M..rnona1 Mdhocl~t Chu-r;11-=:i.4Q Hawthorrw-526-1017 Interact Houaton"a ~~:.T~rt!!l ~~~~h~==~~ Sun . M,.ntro1e C1,.1c Chit , Ntartown mMtin1 7;30 n-_ evmins HI Af'K 6 WHITF. Mf:S To,tther-ll29-'i006, 77-: :J.5!11 't'1ro-nwn"• &II" at COl"btoo }400 Tnv1<1. Sat Jl'Onl fiprn e-Rfsi.:1!' •Mt:°NA:-.<DWoMt:\'Toaffher !~~'!6~~1f:V~,d _a.n& to~~~~,:~~. . ~~~ H•""4' 106 Avondalf' ~-·n troHJ CHt:RfttOFf·HR1sT-fl:lO K We.thf'imf'r-774-i:J&I. 774·4.;cJ CHffRC:--H OF (·HJi1STl>:s- ~;AITH..:4 l!:J We.theimer-."i29·HOO~ · Go Younll" Adult.I metun1 fo'rt ne1n1. w11r1h1p •f'rv1no• Sun ~~d~1 ~o: lVTu:I ~~:!~.~~~:~~~:~~:: Wtd tvtnin1 CITfif.NS--1-·oH Hl"MA:-.. t:<iuAurY CHEl-609 Fun1n •IJOJ-2361'1866 Montroae S?.rt• A11o~lation pep rally I. fundraiwr fri boud m..un1July14 .CO(·)(AT<)o----:_3400 Travui Co!.T4~~{.«i-.TClub._:C i(;ftrazoa R1vtr Roltom, 2400 Brama· -liZJi-919'.l: abtt n..-h1 July 14 C0MML'i\.iJTI' Cot"'fEf;H(,l,r..;E-. proJect of lnttrart fHouton ~<t~.~~7J\~~~~~;il~:.6i;tt~~ Rrvitt & aocial 8pm June :.!ti. au:..;1s H0TLl."'IE.=m1506 DATA PROFESSIONALS--rnt•ll at .La ~,:;_~Su~:J;~~~~~~~~~ywl:•t [ii8UTAST1'.S FOR-HT:MAN R11t;l:;-a pro,ltrt or GASE DIANA -FOUNI>ATI0~-2700 ~~ 6791 01GN1TI~2&7~Y Pridr w.Pk1P«i'"i1 ma• Rpm Thun tvtn1n1. Catholic ~tudf'nt Center. 1703 Bolaover EPISCOPAL INTEG'ftfrY-metU at Autrey Houw. 62ti.'> Main-620-8'.?98: mMt1n17·JOpm Julyl4 FAMfCYi FRIENDS ofGay•-l'lltf't.t7t MCCR.1919 0k-atur--864·63.19 meM1n1July F·~I RSTUN IT A-RIANChu-rc-h -6210 Fannin---525-1571 1...ambda Alanbn metbns t~1~"J:~nfJn~v0Sun. afternoon ::!fa~~C~:;._~ ':t~ r:t!::~}:~ ~~a::l:~~~.n: ~:~~~ ~'r!o~d~t.ff:r': M~i! ~!t tht Copa. ~11 GAYARfH11i£sofT;xu-a.t!),j M11lhl'"y-t~~-! CJ!~tha.,r~nke;:in!: !J':h~~~~t!!~!i'~."y Att:hivea, 7prn. June 29 GAY-ATmjST LEAGUE. A'"m'°o" Atllmt Hoar 6:30-7.30pm Thun on KPt"T, FM 90, df'vottd lojayathf'i•IA ~~1:u~~w.~:.:~~~J~~;4 ~~~ ~~~ Htr1ta1t Fettival ' Kl 2S04 Maton 1'lpm·m1dni1ht GAY N-t~R-s·ts .--r-H-Ys!CIANS o( Houton-c10 GPC, ~6()0 Mam •:.!17-r"· :.!'.!117 GAY-PAfif:S'I'S--.-.20-~u GAYPF:OPl~-in Mtdicir;.----622-7360 GA-Y~POLiT!(•A(CAUC=-f;s----::_ 4--;;oo Main rl17-"i21-l()()(k Gay Pride Wwk educall.onal fol\lm Mon. •t 1111 l:mtanan Chuf"C'h. !:.!IO ~~t':='~:1!~rr~~ ~a;~~<:::t~:i:r~!~~: rr::~Y)!c:d;:~c.chp~':dn:;,~':.~~r,;h: fireworh at Spvu.1 l>ark. Memorial Dr at Wau,h. ~9-J'Pm Junt:Di . with formf'rTu: .. ~~c0;~;·L.~Q~"it:~'::'~k:~~~1d with bu b·qut A &!r. ltntr•I but1ne.• :1:~n!u1i~~lW~~;:.l!ld~~;fo~'.u~ W•~mtr --- ___ _ GAY PRIDE WEEK GUIDE Commiu ... - '•:5-IM9tk Wr tM Ptopk Pruir GiiuUon •If' at m•t ray bu•1- GAY.PR1DE WEEK iiARAf)t:Cumm1tlf'e· 1647 Park-521·9295: Gay Pridt Wwk pare(i., 5:.10pm June 28 down W111thtimer from Sh1phtrd to 81.bh, with tht Montro11e ~:XhofnSaff:; a~l t~:~~:.~ ~!~C::::~ YankH Ftttdom Band or Loa An1t1-. and Hay Hill and Rita Wanttrom .. 1rand marahall. GAY PRIDEWE£K7ovtral11-PLANNING Committte-521-9295: Gay Pride Wf'.-k f:>:~vo:, i:;..~~;c•ai1:mt':: .. day-bv-<tay Come, be a part of the Booze, Beer and Bull Ridin' Men c;.;y PklUt: WU:K PU HJ.fl JTY ( »nm1tl*'-..'127-0H90 GA·\; Y(H ;l'oi·G Alll'LTS-~ta at Churrh vr Chnllll•n faith . 41;) WNtht-1m1Pr-...71-1269 mPf't.1n1 fo'n tvtnin1. Gay Pnde Wf'f'l Gay Youth T>ay Thur• with tiCnncnn>1 of Cla)" Yuuth" pr<>1ram on KPFT. FM !111_ 14pm & GYA •w1m party at 1(16 Av<Jndalf', &!Oprn Ht:PAT1r1S 1-1QT1~1Nf-Ji·m- orf);;iri a1 777 1287: a pro1f'el of Gf'C'1 Mt>d1 c al Comm1tw tfOMOi1Hfl.f. JNi'F:RFA!TH Affian<"f'-.~:l:~ 6969 Go Pridr W"'•k'• National Da)' of Rf-ml'mbranr• 7 ]()pm, TuH., MCCR. 191~ ~:~!~%'rd.!::.d,~~~1:~~f1r Alu· o~• H6c~·TI.>N -c()MMtf 1'0rfY (·LOwNs·-~:.i ft.114 110usror·{HtMAN-R,-GHTh J.F:AGl'1': 6:l;Mi469 H0(i~'f6N M6T6R(''Ycl.E c"t.l:e . Mal'}'·•, IO'.l2 WnilhPim.r-'i2M-l'&'il HODsrONi'AVERi'if.i:Tilim-.. mb.,. 1nelud. th• Badlanda. S.m. Chirbn Coop ~1;~~1~~ i:~!~·,!':~·,, M1dn1t• Sun • INTERACT HoulOn •Community {'offf'rho11u- J405 Mulbury-529- 7014 694 173 2 Community Corruhoiut ; 30pm-mldn11ht Fn. Gay Arl"hive. ofTex&11 forum with Jim K~ntT of tht Nattonal Gay Arc-hivh, 7pm, Junt1 29; butinf'M mHtmir July :L • KP~'i' iiad1<1_ ~-M-90:...419Lovetl81vd. -i~ 4000 Mu.ic or 1ay ('<)mpoeers on Clas•o~ Sh<H••c-o•t 9am TuH. • 8 -llam Thur1 Coriarru of Yviith 1ay yuuth Pn>CTam 1-4.,n:i Thun._ Gay Athtiat Leairut aptc1al on A'"rric-o" Atht1•t Hoiir 6:J0.7::tOpm Thun , 'h'u~uW7'1~~ ~!t ~~!·;~~ ~~~ioR~: IOpm-m1dn11ht Thurs.; Fttd Patt Mernonal ~~111:ri~1~~~::~ha:1-~FL.;~u~,~:t; or Houatun Ctntral Campu1, COR('trn1n1 abu1t ur ••Y ~pit. with t.t1t1mony from l'Tpf'fl&tntatiVM of tht Fred Paet Tull t'ort't' LAMH-OA AiANON--rOWtl •ilit ffn1tanan CliuR"h. ~10 fo'annin-(121-9772 mwt.inc t'ri ~tnin1 l.i.:fTiffRANs CONCF:RNtO::m';tt, at f~4~~U~':'tu:15 wauah-521 •MF.TRoii01.rfANCOMMDNITY Church-1919 Ok-atur-A61·9149: Protntant wonh1p MrYie'.W llam Sun. , Sun. tverun1 A Wtd. 1vtn1n1; choir concert 7:30pm Sun ~.~::,!,'i~~~~;~r::c!.r:ihe~1'1~:n~~: c':;w:1~ ~- ~~h"':~ a:y P!:t'Al:!~.nc&·!~ docu-d,.l'IUI A &OC'ial. Spaniah c1 ... Than ~~1~~'Ju~:'21 Beth Chiam Oay Jew• Mf~CAMPAmttu·a~-Ei2--­MONTROsEC1v1cc1ub, N•rtown ~ at Renn1 ChuR"h. 1440 Hawthome-6:.?2· tooO: mwll.na 7:30pm Tue. ~~~&~~~~t'~~~o~itM!~ro"!~'.n 222-4297: Vtntrf'al d11eaH tuu ?aily wwkday1. re-.w couRM-lin1 lltMlion for womrn Wed .• ~f'nl~- ---­MONTROSt: COlJNSt:Llf'.iG Cf'nter- 900 l<11vMt .. l09--629-00::f7 MONTR6St: -PATROL.-:i32if "itiC'h:iM~­~ 28-2'.l7J M6NTiiOSE~f1NGt:RS--mfft. at MCCR 1919 [Jwatur-627-9688 ~~~!:u~~i.~~~~wH~~~o9t 11Ulll1b« bowhnc 1-pf' 1am• 9pcn M.-111. MONTR<>:-\1-:SPORTSCAM-PIN~~ MfistROS~SPORTI:i tUG~ 961-06.'12 MO!\TROSf SPORTSToGGJN~23-87&i MONTRotfE sPOnTs-SOt~eALL=-664- 4:464 CHE r,P rally I. fundraiwr Pri .. Oay ~~!ra~t;.,t0~!~a!\.\8.':te~~:~':J ~P o .... ~?!'~~~i~~'t~~1.Te:;~-~-!~~11ab8j{ 529-7467: prect.il'9 7:JG.10pm Thun MON-TROSE-SPORT8"V0LLEYBAli.. (llayt at Cherry-hunt Park-b22-3-4A7: «&mff 2pm Sun MON·f"ROSYSYMPHONIC BA~~ifi M .. ntrm. MaTChin1 Band----027-9669- Con«rt 1'-10::!0~ Jllftt 27 at sr.:,i. Park. Memonal ~1i!. :n°/8·.:~~!!,=?~~=~~: Rand of Lo. An1e1-: participant Gay Pride Wwk Paredf' Junt 28. MC-!fi-ANGSl.iirial dub>--c:t 11 th. &m, 7Jo l'acil'k~94~'7 : color ni.lht Moo oPF.RATloN I><>CliMENTATioN.::4600 Main .. ..?17-621 IOOO: a proJK't oC GPC ~==1~~1~t~:.i~~2~~~~~~ ~ Pride W•k fo'red p.,. Mtmorial Day Jurw ':f. "''th me.ck trial conttTn1n1 ab11- of 1ay r;::•pl.. Id O.taS<-hooloft..w. Un1nn1tyof br:!d~!~ ~n·~~t~. <;tt"'Ji~~.;,}n1!~4!::.; tMUmnny from ttprMtn~hYH oftht t.a•k forcf' : f'rtd Patt M•morial Con<'ert and F\n'1•rorh. Jurw 'l7, $pott. Park, Memorial ~:~ ~::iu<'~~ Y~~1t'!ui~m:.8J!f"~t~: O.nd o(J.o.An1~I•. the Oak I.awn Conerm Band or OallH, tht Montroat Symphomc­Rand and the MontroH S1n1er1; and ftn!worbtOpm 6RA! , MAJORITY· -io-liw;.thf'irnl'l'--62i · 0196, ~Z7-9tifl8 RICI-; l:n1v Gay Le.hum ~pport Group­' 124-0724 slfNl>ANn: CArTu: c6MPANY IHt'ial duh!-(' o Wild.,ood Saloon. 1&04 WNth.-mer-l'.:!8-004!), dub n1j"ht WM( r~xA~ RAY-AR-i:'.A(i•Y•:i--:121 7 roM1n1 Th11n . •ven1n1 r~:XAS-GA"Y-TA~if ... -oa_c_f.-106 Avondalf'--629 7014. li20-9767: Confettn« ~W t:1n~iT.' ., .. wn July 7; ConfRHncf' 'IT'r' .... oc:1.1 1&04 '7 Serving Montrose and Houston UNITED CAB CO. "Growing with Houston" 759-1441 J UNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 15 Drivers­Taxi Excellent earnings if your are over 25, have a Taxi License and have excellent driving safety record. Work your own hours by leasing a taxi cab. 1514 Leeland 759-1137 We support Gay Pride Week Gifts & Accessories, 604 Westheimer, 529-8002. 12-8 Mon­Sat Environmental Designs/Fine Furnishings, 608 Westheimer. 10-6 Mon.-Sat. Maior credit cards & checks welcome. Ample free parking. 16 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 TEXAS FIRST THE 2306t Open 7 nights, 9pm-6am weeknights, to 9am w .. kends 2306Genessee {Fairview at Tuam) 528-6235 The South 40 11034 Almeda Genaa, 941 -9796 Sunday:25•Beer Monday: •2 draft beer bust, 8pm-c:losing Horseshoes, pool, darts, backgammon On your way back from Galveston, stop by and •­our bar. It's In the middle of the woods! TWELVE. •• FOURTEEN ••• SIXTEEN INCHES? No sir. We are not kidding! STAR PIZZA WILL DELIVER* HOT & JUICY TO YOUR DOOR •within 2 mlle radlu•. * New York-Style hand thrown pizza * Chlcogo-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 l'LIASI AUOW ONE HOUI POI DILIVllT MENTION THIS AD AND GET $1 OFF * OVIN HOT DIUVDY * Pll'ING HOT CARRY OUTS * CASUAL DINING ROOM 2111 NORFOLK HOUIS Mon1 I I 130am-l I 100pm Tue: IOrrJ, cloaecl WH1 I h30am-1 I iOOpm Thun1 I l 13htn-l l 100pm frh 11 110.m-mldnleht Sat1 410Gpm-ml•'9h• -· 4100pm-10.Hpm JUNE 19, 1981 I MONTROSE VOICE 17 Su~e!~" n!>Gld (~~e~~e~t JUHi 21 Selected Events through 7 Days •FRIDAY: Gay Young Adults meeting at 413 Westheimer •FRJDA Y: Citizens for Human Equality <CHE)'s pep rally and fundraiser for the Montrose Sporta ABSOCiation •FRIDAY: Gay Pride Week kickoff night with special events at individual clubs •FRIDAY: Interact1 Houston 's Community Coffeehouse 7:30pm· midnight at 3405 Mulberry llSATURDAY: Montrose Sports Association softball doubleheader with a Houston fire department team 1·5pm in Memorial Park field #1 , East Memorial Loop Drive •SA TU RDA Y: Health Dept. venereal dieeaae testing at Gay Pride w.eek aoflball game, 1-5pm, Memorial Park field di , Eaat Memorial Loop Drive llSA TU RDA Y: Black and White Men Together' a "Firemen'• Ball" at Cockatoo, 3400 Travie, from 6pm •SATURDAY: Health Dept. veneral dieeaee testing at Club Bathe, 2205 Fannin, 9pm· lam • SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Th e Adv ocate Experien ce seminar •SUNDAY: Montrose Sports Association volleyball games 2pm m Cherryhurst Park flSUNDA Y: Unitarian • Universalist Gay Caucus meeting at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin •SUNDAY: "Word 1s Out," "A Very Natural Thing" and Gay Pride Week '80 slide ehow at the River Oak8 Theater, continuous from 3:15pm •SUNDAY: Oallas Gay Pride Week parade •SUNDAY: Montrose Sports A88ociation softball games at Levy Field flSUNDA Y: Health Dept. vene­real diseaee testing at Montroee Mining Co., 80.5 Pacific JUNI JUNI JUHi JUNI 22 23 24 25 •SUNDAY: The MCCR Choir concert, 7:30pm at the church , 1919 Decatur •MONDAY: Gay Political Cauc us 's edu cational forum 7 :30pm at Frist Unitarian Church , 5210 Fannin, with guest David Goodetein ofThf' Aduocak and The Advocate Experience speaking on "Our Challenges During the Next Decade" •MONDAY: Montrose Sport& eummer league bowling 9pm at Stadium &wl, 8200 Braeemain •TUESDAY: Music of gay <'Omposers on Claas1c Showcasf', 9am on KPFT. FM·90 •TUESDAY: Homophile Inter· faith Alliance's National Day of Remembrance, 7:30pm at MCCR, 1919 Decatur, with We the People Always Remf'mber docu-drama & HOCial •TUESDAY: Montrose Civic Club (Neeruiwn) meeting at 3405 Mulberry, 7:30pm •WEDNESDAY: " Bringing Men and Women Together," program and reception ~lOpm at Houston Guest Houae, 106 Avondale •THURSDAY: Gay Pride Week Gay Youth Day with "Concerns of Gay Youth" program on KPFT, FM-90, J.4pm & GYA swim party at 106 Avondale, 6-lOpm •THURSDAY: Music of gay composers on C/aas1c Showcase S.llam on KPFT, FM-90 • THURSDAY: Gay poetry with Pat McCrae on Entro 8:30pm, on KPFT, FM·90 •THURSDAY: Debutantee for Human Right1' "The Deb Ball That Didn't Quite Make It" at the Copa, 2631 Richmond, from 9pm •THURSDAY: Gay Atheist League preeenta the American Atheist Hour 6 :30-7·30pm on KPFT, FM·90 •THURSDAY: Special Dignity Gay Pride Week ma88 8pm Thurs. evening, Catholic Student Center, 1703 Boleover •THURSDAY: Montrose Sports Associati on tennis matches 7:30pm, Memorial Park •THURSDAY: Wilde 'n Stein gay radio show lOpm-midnighton KPFT Radio, FM-90 JUNI JUM 19 20 Selected Events Later •IN 1 WEEK: Heritage Day June 26, with Heritage Festival '81 , 2504 Mason, Bpm·midnight •IN 1 WEEK: F1'!d Paez Memo· rial Day June 27, with KPFT, FM-90, hosting a mock trial l lam·4pm at Bates School of Law, University of Houaton Central Campu1, concerning abuse of gay people, with testimony from representative8 of the Fred Paez Task Force •IN 1 WEEK: F1'!d Paez Memo­rial Concert and Fireworks, June 27, at Spott.a Park, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with music from 8pm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Man:hing Band of Loe Angeles, the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallas, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Mon­troee Singen; and lOpm fireworks •IN 1 WEEK: We1theimer parade from 5:30pm June 28, with fl oata, the Montrose Symphonic Band, the Oaklawn Marching Band of OaHas, and the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Loa Angeles, and Ray Hill and Rita Wanetrom 88 grand mar· sh alls •IN 1 WEEK: Spotts Park Rally 8-9:30pm June 28, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with Sisay Farenthal and Minneapoli1 Police Chief Anthony Sousa 88 speaken, and with bar-1>-que, beer and fireworks • JN 1 WEEK: Gay Archives of Texas forum with Jim Kepner of the National Gay Archives, 7pm June 29, 3405 Mulberry •IN 2 WEEKS: Independence Day, July 4 •IN 2 WEEKS: MSA softball team againet New York City team July 4 9/N 2 WEEKS: GPC'o six week self.defense coune begins at Babylon , 300 Westheimer , 3:30-5pm .. with advance registra ­tion required by June 29 •IN ti WEEKS: "GayRun '81" in San Francisco July 26 •IN 6 WEEKS: Reno Gay Rodeo July 31-Aug. 2 9/N 11 WEEKS: Texas Gay Task Force Conference Vlll in Houston Sept. 4.7 Free venereal disease testing this week Saturday, l-5pm, at the Gay Pride Softball Game, Memorial Park field #1, East Memorial Loop Drive Next Sunday, June 28, at the Gay Pride Rally, 5-lOpm, at Spotts Park,. Saturday, 9pm-lam, at Club Baths, 2205 Fannin Sunday afternoon & evening at Montrose Mining, 805 Pacific Next Friday, June 26, at Babylon, 9pm-lam, at 300 Westheimer Waugh Drive at Memorial Please visit the City of Houston Health Department at 1115 N. MacGregor for free, confidential testing and treatment on other days, phone 222-4297 Compliments of the City of Houeton Health Department & the Medical Committee of GPC Thia weekly li1Ung a eervict a t.he Monll"OM Voict Gary Larson 18 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 .('-:;,~ ,1 .•t -... /, ,,, \ FINEST IN EUROPEAN PASTRIES NOW OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC FRIDAYS 3-6PM SATURDAYS 11AM-1PM • EUROPEAN CHOCOLATE • ~OCHA & AMARETTO BUTTERCREME CAKES • BLACKFOREST CAKE • CHOCOLATE & VANILLA CHEESECAKES • FRESH RYE BREAD ALL A vi\ 'LAB!.£ AT WHOLES.~LE PRICES 3207 MONTROSE, SUITE 3, 524-6555 (ACROSS FROM LIBERTY BAt-;Kl Brazos Paint & Body • EXPERT FRA~IE REPAIR • J:"SLRA:-;CE CLAIMS A SPECIALITY • QUICK EXPERT REPAIR 2500 Brazos 522- 0722 Ge4:tiug away with a group. a friend or just by yo..-elf. Let us help. I!... .....,. .,..,.. .. ServinJf the travel need"i of ,.ontrose . . . . 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Pubhcall<>na. ru .. lol(S. broC'hurea. form• W• 1~t'c1aliiP 1n ';b.Shcatt'd. unu.ual pt11Jf'IC'tl .tt UIKIV~ynu YARD & GARAGE SALES HA•!V!l!!~"•,;•A. .\. ..A ..R .~ l>. S.~ A IL!:"n•,•,.•w•. ~.. . ~(;,•<~tt 111.f'd h..rT m th1 \'o1£'P·• Y11rd sai. hat1nira C'11!1 1!129-M~ t>v 7pm 1\inda)' to be in l')f'JL:t friday'•PllP'°f SamanthaReads Your Stars II you were born this wee.k: Ruled by the moon, you are an intriguing and sometimes puzzling combination of the emotional and the logical and the practical and the whimsical. Yo.u have a fine s.ense of humor .. enjoy good food and drink and freely give of your hospitality. You have great money·sense. too. ARIES (3·21 /4·19): Some­times. li'I ram, it seems as 1f you take your home and family for granted. You can be so busy running around being an Anes that home becomes hotel The message? Get acquainted with home and family. Stay put' TAURUS (4-20/S-20): You're a warm and sympathetic type, Taurus babe. However, though you're ready to ~d a hand or a shoulder +n real need, one with a simple attack of the vapors will get short shrift You're apt to fmd both s11ua· hons this week GEMINI (5·21/ 6· 20): Business matters highhghted. Gem Be sure to read any fine print and try to sleep on dec1s1ons Make no promises you can·t keep Later. get together w1lh fnends and watch days slip into some­thing comfortable MOONCHILD (6 - 2 1/ 7 -22): Happy birthday. Moonbaby' You don't often change your mind. but your moods are like qwcksllver You ha\le a sympa­thetic nature. a great love of family and can be a worrywart Relax. sweetie, and en1oy your~ self' LEO (7-2311·22): A low profile may be your ticket this week; Lei your fertile brain hatch plans and plots to 11s hearts content. Leo. but keep em under wraps This week they'd be premature Days close w•lh a very personal message VIRGO ( 1 ·23/9·22)~ New hOt1· zons hold a great deal of promise 1n th~ next few weel-.5. Virgo Trusl your insflncls. The vibes you feel may be more val­id than the words you hear Playtime with conv1v1a! cohorts completes your week LIBRA (9· 23/11)-23): You may have to contend with those who want things done yester· day, Libby, so plan to be speedy. And, since they are not only impatient but also persn1ck1ty slapdash efforts won't be appreciated You deserve a reward• SCORPIO ( 10- 24 / 11-22): Romance rs on the June breezes. Scorp. and you·re more than willing to listen to that message' Intuition could help you unravet a knotty prob· lem. Later a certain meeting should see both parties ~~c~~;p;~,lr~o. (11·23/1 2· 21 ): Gain cooperation of others through subtle means Make suggestions or offer poss1blli­t1es. Sa1: don·t give orders Avoid rash, impulsive decisions and be thorough 10 handling your. affalfs. Don't sweep detalls under rugs' CAPRICORN (12-2211·19): New associates otter interest~ 1ng propoM1ons. Cappy. but you have Sf>vera1 pro1ects to wind up before you can consid­er them Do give special atten· hon to mate and family Last days find you prancmg among petunias AQUARIUS (1-20/2-19)0 Keep a watchful eye on your pennies This 1s one of those weeks when they could sneaJ.. nght through your fingers. Aquan Later. a news flash could give you the last word and days Close with several raised eyebrows PISCES {2·20/3·20): Enrich your 1ove ;1fe. Pisces Your partner 1s as sensitive :md romantic as you are Practice 101s or pampering. pettmg and spoiling m the weeks ahead To say that the dividends will be super 1s an understatementt cl 1981 Sub_ ban Featunts Tre1Ul by Henry McClurg Two kinds of police A recent letter to the editorin the Houston Post has given me the idea for this week's Trend. Mike and Polly Hensier wrote in to say that cops come in two varieties. "No. I is working out a boyhood personality problem. No. 2 is try;ng to make a n honest living." I think the Hensier's hit it pretty close. And until police academies recognize these two different types, and start to weed out the No. l's, we're going to continue to have many police problems. When will police academies make such recognition? Only when our elected politicians put qualified people on those boards which decide who will and who won't be a police officer. In Houston, we are now beginning to get those politicians into the majority. (We will make another giant step forward this November.) So the Houston Police Dept., as Ray Hill points out elsewhere in this issue, each year makes fewer "harrassment" arrests and more arrests of real criminals. But do not be confused. The Houston Police Dept. still has a majority of its members which fit into the No. I category. Our next step is not only to decide who will become a Houston police officer but who will remain a Houston police officer. But, as the purpose of this column is to predict events, I'm predicting that it will be many years yet before the "No. 2's" outnumber the "No. J's.'" 20 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 19, 1981 of the W-ddwood Saloon 1504 Westheimer 528-9040 Salute Gay Pride Week '81 Happy Hour Prices All Day Tuesday, June 23 if wearing a Gay Pride T-shirt June 25 July 6 Thursday Monday Sneak Preview Kamakazi Party Movie with with 4 Hot Buttered Popcorn Live DJ's Welcoming the Houstson Loading Dock to the Hot End of Westheimer We Love the Different Drum
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