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Title Montrose Voice, No. 532, January 4, 1991
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE THE NEw~PAPER l"'IF MONTRf"'>Eo([ommunity lJublisl_t_ing [ompun~_o FRIDAY JANUARY• >29-8491" 10 "UE 532 Westheimer Art Festival poster contest accepting entries Montr011e Neirhborhood Event. Artists, sharpen your pencils and select your colors: the 19th annual We11theimer Art fo'esti­val poster contet1t is about to get underway. The winning entry will receive $;';00; the first runner up. $100 and sec­ond runner up,$.')() for creative designs. The deadline to enter this event is Feb. x. Po11ter entries mu11t be 18 by 24 inchea, wrtical on the 24 inch aide. Hemember that the winning design will also be used as the official T-shirt de­sign, and therefore, will be re­duced to a nine-by-twelve inch image for T-shirt printing. If the winning design is a four color process, the artist must also provide color separations. If four flat colors are used without blending, the winner must provide produc· tion. The design must contain the follow ing information in a ny order: Westheimer Art Festival, April 20and 21, 1991, The fir6f p/ace-u:innm11 d1¥ploy m thr GM8(;"• annual ~l1sht the Munfrou·· hol1doyd«orat1ng cuntr11. fetiturrd Miu l'<llllY ur11mRonloolt trtto··su·mllm "91 3317 Montrose Blvd., HouK ll·sbian Catholics, previously ton, Texas ht>ld 11erviC"f'11 every Saturday Entries may be mailed or evening at Dignity Centt"r, hand-delivered to 2700 Alba :J2I 7 Fannin ny, Suite 203, Houston. 1'x Dignity held its final liturgy 77006 in the old location on Dec. 29 After judging. which will be -Light the Montrose :~~:d:u~8b:~i;k~99~~ ~~ contest soon 88 possible due to limited The winner of the annual storage space. For additional "Light the Montrose Contest;' information, call the festival 11ponsorrd by the Greater director, Gayle Mueller. at MontrOfle Busine1111 Guild an (713) 521-0133. f'Vent of '"Christmas and Ha· - PWACH reception :.~~hka~heinet~~:~~:S~~a~i'J:~ People With AIDS Coalition this year. Usually awarded to a Houston, will sponsor a I\ew bu8 ineee or home owner, first Year rereption on Monday. place went to an apartment Jan. 14 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at dweller this year, local enter· their offices at 1475 West Gray. tainer Rain ho de Klown of219 r~:re~u:~~ ::r:;sb~e:~~n!i~ Mar11hall. ~o. 243. be served Hainbo, whose display £ea- - Dignity service ~~:12:s~g~:~;h::;~~toa: Dignity1 Houskm will hold its 11tar, a candle and other Christ­first liturgy in its temporary mas symbols, was annou nced new location at 1505 Nevada as the winner at the Guild's this Saturday, Jan. 5. Dignity, holiday party Friday, Dec. 28 an organization for gay and at Hititro Vino Priest brings 'Blue Lights' AIDS awareness campaign to Houston By SHERI ('OHEN UARBO:"<NE Muri/~ \.''"'« &lunr In Februlll}', l!:IN4. Uavid Wll\er1 1pent a cold. lonely e\·ening walk in1 with h1.tdogmSanFranciaco. With hit twin brother Robert in the hotpital, fighting Pntumocy1tit Cannii rn .. umoni· a for the third time, Willtte won· dered whet he could do to re..olve the fruatratilJD and helples1m­he w .. £eehnK- Walkin1 patt hoUM, he euddenl)' remembered a televition program he hed lft'n about the polio epidemic, and how aome peopll' thl'n. in a dt"monetra tion t.othlK<>Vernmentthatpolio had to be "topped, It-ft thl'1r porl'h li&"hl.8 on from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m Wil\en1 thl'n got thl' idta of a ''li&"ht in the window"" tampaig-n to timilarly drew attention. through a villuel 1ymbol. to the AIDS criliis. When hia brother pae.ed 8Wa)'. hl' &tarted thl' l'tlm paip b .. ed on the ides in San Frenciaco, and ainc-e then tht pn;i. ject has tprl'ed W othercitiet in eluding Seattle, Dtnver, Chicago. Loe Angele.. Dall ... Atlanta. Bo.­ton and lndianapotia. Willtn1, the atory "°"· went through variouerolon 1n hia hod Red !ightl won't work, obvioual)' White li1h1.a ... well, thett arl' too many of th<111t. Ytllow lighl.8 ... no, th011e are bug liKhl.8. The ch< ice came down W lfl'H'n or blue. Willen1 thoae bluto u thl' 1ymbol or hope. largely btcallltl! of it.I pr('­viou1 u11e1-aa a '"healinK COior" at emergem·y entranCN and h09pi tali; at airport.a, where blue light>! guide the planet, and a1 a tymbol ofa aafe harbor for 1hip1 during the Vietnam War. The Blue Light.I campaip it an AIDS awarenet11and1upport pro­ject which urg-u anyone ron cerned about. or already t.ouched by, thl' epidemic to pllll't' a blue light in the window of their home Gay lobbyist enters state congressional race Glen Maxl'y, enco.;ti\·e di rector oftheTexa11 LHbian' Gay Right.a l...obb)'. an­nounced his candidacy Thurada)', Jan a. for the Texas Houlll'ufReprl'aent.a tive1.Di11tlH Maxeyi""eekingthellt'at currently held by 1-A"na Guerrero (l}-Au11tm1 in a Travit County di"tnct which ia roneidered one of them<M1tliberalinthto11tate Maxeyiaontoftwopaid lobbyillt.I who work full time for LGRJ. in Aw.tm. The LGRL board recently hired e le.bian lobbyu•t. Laurit t:iRrloh ( ·we have Catholic religil _rvice., but the mini.iitry iLM ec-umenical, and we are non·judlt'· mental" Botta nplained that the p~m· iu ia built on the belief.a of Fran citcen life. Quoting from "'\'oca· tion of The Order Today;· he.aid. "the frian are called to live among the marginated in our .a ciety .. the elderly, chemical!)' de-­pt- ndent, divor~, gay and leiib1 an per10na, and the mentally and phya1cally handicapped ... to help people to lift their hearta and love God gladly'.' Planning for Kolbe Houat wa" in the works for 19 month11. beirin· -~-~-- ni~~ ~e'.!~yd~!:!~;;1n~.~~::, Father Denru1 Borca of Koltw Hoiu,. /ticked I 1 blJU" li11h18 un Chrutmcu Et'e living in Galveeton at the time, H port of a national campa1Rn to roll altentil.>n to thl' AIVS t:r1ti.. The Blue but doing a great deal ofminllitry l111ht• campa1Jln a.h anyone af(f!t:ltd by thr pandrmw lo burn a blue l111h1 and counselling with gay peoplt> mou·mdou·aaotymbolo{tolldurily ndhopefllllauut.AllJS in Montrolle. After doinK thia 88 a 'beacon of hope:• On Chri .. tm88 Eve, Fath<.'r Den nit Borca or Hou11t,,n'1 Kolbe Houte, a Francitcan spiritual rt"­tource center located in Montrose and mini.iitering primarily to KllYa and people with AIUS. lit thoym· bolic blue lighte here. Blue "can· die." have burned continuously in the window• of the house tinoe Uec. 24. and Botta 88)'11 they will keep burning ""until nl'Xt Ch..U.t· maaEve,orlongerifneceasary Kolbe House. located at 903 WNt Main, ia detcribed by Borca aa··adeliberateFrancillcanpre.. ence in the Montroae."' He end Brother Bob Honie, a Francllican friar. liveinthehou11eandrunthe prol{l'am, which include. ""pen1on al spiritual direction" for people with AIDS, ARC or HIV to ··gl't in Wu ch with the loving God on thtir own pen1onal journey: · "upport group1. and weekday rl'ligiou• aerv1ce1. An AIDS support group that Parents to continue fight against discrimi­nation WAYNE. Ind. <API ,.he ·-- •le Fort Wayne man from AIDS w1 not end h•s doscrom11a­tmn complJ!int against h trrr- r ml"fU rt'gularly th•re nnw htlll about -;i membe111. he said Kolbe Houae W88 l'tltabliahed )Ver a year aao (liorca llnd Hotie m1vOO in I>«-. ltl. 191'191, but hu ml)' recently acqu1rtod a board of .iin>Cton and puiotal staff. 1aid Botta. The president and vice pre1ident of the nl'w board are well-known membt>ni of tht' com munity, Srott Harben1 and Man1JD Col1·man ThouKh the projft-t i8 approved b)' tht> Hoaum Catholic l>ioc:Hf!of Galvt"Ston HouMton and the local Franc111l·en minU.try. Horca 88)'8 it.a foi;ut i1 actually ecumt•nical, and 81'rvice11 erl' open to anyone "Kolbe Hou81'i.iia11tep ... aplaCt'On a j1>urne.v toward reconciliation bc·tween an individual and (that individua1'11) God. What we pro­vid1• here i11 a way to hHten. tocare and lQ 11upport. We are not out to pr<111elytizepeople .. wl'tryt.oreRC"h people. and lQ li11lt'n and 11upport them. whl'r1•ver the)' are in their juurne)':· he11&id em.,loyer. his parentssey rs not a mooelary thong lor ua. GeraldWeathovenu1dlrom his Liberty Center, OhtO. horn• Thursday. Dec 27. We b41heve we h8vea11•81 cause and hope this caH will help otner people who are chtcrimmt!ed agao, st 1 a11m11armenner Kennetn Weathoven. 36. died TuHday, Dec 25. three w«·~t alter an lnd1an1 C1v11 Roghts '- 'mm1ss1on ott1 •r ruled Lincoln F:ioj r11,- Prr .. ·-:t~ Inc 11th (minietryendrountelling>foraix )'ean, my visionofwhat I wanl.t'd to do wat clarified .. J realiied the direction I wanted (Kolbe Howie to go in.~ he explained. Work on the program, onoe the houaewaseatablithed. went '"very all!wly .. we wanted to move care­fully in developing thl' dira1.ion we would KO in." Borca11&id l.ogW. ucal needll al.aotook time,indu1 ing tetting up approval .. a non­profit organiietion with the state ofTe:uu1, and Id.ting up the board and pastoral staff Botts UL careful, but notevuivl'. about reconciling differences b&­tween the belie fa of many gay and AIDS activist and teachinp of the Catholic faith in defending the importance of his ministry "I think ataome point,(gay and lea bi an Catholia) need to reach a reconciliation with the (Catholic) church'1teachinK1onhuman8('x uality ... I don't think that SOOO yean of Hebrew tradition. and 2000 years of Hebrew- Christian tradition, can just be thrown out msuranca plan voolated the state-sc1vilnghtsl1wbyd1tcr1m •natingaga1nstWesthoven The commission is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the case Jan 29 in Fort Wayne Westhoven. 1n 1nduatr1el eng1· neer. tested pos1l1va lor the AIDS virus lour years ago when his employers insurance benel!ts made no mention ol the diteasa Two yeers ago the company becama sell·mtured and reduced coverage lor claims stemm1no ID C<IJ\.l.tOUlneu: hetaid. Howevl'r. he noted. the ministry of Kolbe Hou.e h88 ""turned out to be dealing not to much with theee (eexualityenddoctrine)iaauet,88 w1th other UlllUN" including tt<l' ondlina relationahii:- between PWA"11 and their familiet, friendll andllOCiety. Th .. mmiatry. he lllid. focu-on the individuala and their individu· al nee-d11, ""providing a way to Ii. ti•n, care and eupport'" without prejudice or exception. Theneeda of mo•t of the pe<Jple who have rome looking for help, he said. havl' concerned primarily '"rela hon .. hipa with other peo· ple ... hruken friendllhip1 and fami· lyrelatioruihipt .. .lonelineaa,alien· ation and h<>Hlill' feeling• tcward IO iety and 1ocial institutions" Thi• church, whatever (church) it mil)' be, ii a fearful place for many gay people. Our ministry ifl ecumemcal .. .it ii a 1piritual re­source, that triet to reech people where they are:· heaeid. In kit:kinK off the Blue Light.I crunpai1m here, Borca sees Kolbe Houat aH playing a role in calling "'icier llOCiet)'"• attention to a problrmthat1houldberenigniied by everyone. ·1 think we nl!f'd to be a sip in K ~et)' today thatwewillnolong er tolerate the oontinued pain (of AlllS1;' heuid A1ked what ht believetthecam P&JKn can acoompliah. Borca re­• ponded with another ttory There'• a 1tory told about e m11n. one man carrying a placard in front of a large corporation's htoadquaru-ra;· he 1aid ... People kt'pt coming up to him and a11king what he expected to accomplish;' 111 ju11t one per11on ag&Jnattome­thinglK) bi,:c 'Tht•)' 8aid. "What do you think you can chan11;e?'-and he would retipond. 'I'm tryingtokeepitfrom changing me:· from acqt11red immune del1c19n· ;y syndrome, mental •llneas. al­? hohsm. drug abuH and other health problems Westhoven who t199an drawing disability JD .. u1y 989. l•led his c. )mpls1nt last year 11wyer1lor both t1cles had predicted the hearing ollocer's orde< would not resolve tne ctse 11 ts t>emg viewed ast precedent for AoOS p1t1ents end employers au h0f1ty to reatnct hetlth cover· ·•' Damages small from New Year's Eve fire in Montrose An afternoon fire at Creative Sourcl' Inc. 70'.! Avondale, Mon da)'. Dec. 31. believed to have ttarted accidentally in the attic. alarmedemplo)'ffl!butre11ultedin only minimal damage1. accord inK to Hou8ton Fire Department ~-.. Hecord,. 1ay thl' fire at about 1:55 p.m. caused about $.1.•XlO 1n damage11. Sharon Bronstad. men aker of the de11igninK firm. aaid 11he and employee Bructo Hermann nouced tmokf' o. enter ng an up&ta1n ll'"'1ni( ro im ment thrn, but the phones were out:-whichdt•layedthecallalight· ly, 1111 "he had touae a neighbor's phone, 11aid Bronstad However, 1he noted. the fired~ partment retiponded '"very quick­ly- rd 1ay ""ithm abc>ut five min utea;· and managed to1aveeven a white fabril' project in the 11ewing room from 11eriou1 dam&(e There waa no water damege­thett itn 't even much of e smell tfrom tht> "m"ker· 11he said Hronatad aeid electrical wirinK. Hairdresser wins honor for safe-sex work COLUMBIA. s c {AP) -A South Carolina hairdresser who doublesesasefe-sexguruhas been named one of the country'• 10 ··Heroes & Heroines" by MotherJonesmegaz1ne The wmnmg grass-roots act1v1stswere nominated by reedersoltheSan Franc1sco­based liberal magazine In add1t1on to operating D1Ana's Ha" Ego m northetst Columbia. DiAna D1Ana 11 executive director of the South Carolina AIDS Education Network ··1 was shocked I d1dn't thmk anybody noticed.· the 42-yeer­old Massachusetts native sa•dat her shop laat week as 1ha shampooed a c11ant At her shop. Ms 01Ana g•ves out free. gift-wrapped condoms She also sells sate-sex kits tnd condom lash1on iewelry A 1e1ev1s1on set at theshoppltys vodeos about how to IVO•d AIDS Herunconvent1on11 apprOflCh a1soincludes1ectureaand··sete­sex pa111es ... wherethere 11 no sex. but talk about ways to practoce sale sax The network which Ms D1An1 operstes w•th pubhc heallh educttor Dr. Bambi Sumpter. oilers six-hour AIDS prevention trem1ng courses It slsomakesanddistnbutes videos and produces plays Ms D1Anawntes She began her campaign live years ago. when sheletrned many ol her clienls hed lost family members to AIDS Ex-director of Gay Men's Health Crisis dead at 46 NEW YORK (APJ-Rochard Dunne. a forme< execut•ve direc­tor of the Gay Men·a Heelth Cn­siS. a pnvste provider ol sennces for AIDS patients. died Bl sga 46, theorgan1z111on 111d Dunne d•ed Saturday. Dec 29 11 a hoap1ta1 m Prov1dance. RI of AtDS-releted ceuses. the GMHC said m a stttement re­leased Dec. 30 Under Dunne"s direction. the GMHC-wh1ch provides services. educet1on end advoctcy to AIDS sufferers-saw 1ts ttall grow to 12Qfrom 17 tnd 111 bodget In­crease from $800.000 to $11 mil­lion. The number of volunteers grew from 500 to 1800 and its pehent list rose to 8000 from 2500 when Dunne took over 1n 1985 Dunne resigned as director 1n Septembe<. 1Q89 Since 1987. Dunnewes also the dorector ol lhe Weshmgton­based National AIDS network Richard Dunne provided the orgamnt1onw1thstab1htyand d1rect1on. which translated into quality sllf\l1ces tor people w•th AIDS:· said Joy Tomchm. presi­dent ol the board ol dlfeclora ol GMHC "He left us withs strong or­ganczat1on that w1U ex1t1 as long astheep1dem1ccont1nues. Tomchin se1d Surgeon's death of AIDS sparks lawsuits, ethics debate BALTIMORE ~AP)·-More thtr. a month1fterh1sde11hlromAIDS both the ptt•enta and colleagues of Dr Rudolph Almaraz are1phton whettt.lrtt.lshould havetOldsoma­oneebout his disease Somepttoentsoltherespectad brsasl cancer surgton !eel be­trsyad. other1 seem sympt\hel•c Doctors 1cknowledge the ro1k that Almtraz onleciedany°"""""Y s11m. buts!ll!debetew'lt'therp• t1entsh1dtheroght to know Theusaii.sembrO<ladJOhns Hopl11r11oHosp1111. oneolthen1- t1on·s most respected mecl•cal cen­ters. 1n1nemot1orianych1rg8dda­bets over the resPQn11b1l<ty ol doc· torstoonformpttoentsottneor lwn hetlth problems Almarazd•edNov IS Two weeks 111sr. The (81111more) Sun reported he had opertted on some 1800p1t1ents11terbecoming1n­lected woththeAIDSv•rut After the story l>fOke. Hopkm1 ma•ledletters101hoseformerP1- t1ents1nd1nv,!adthem1oc1111f they had concerns About400hava caUedsofsr Thereact1onn11vtrtld.really. fromoneextremetoth1other. s10d Dr T1mothyTown11nd. the hosp11tl'ssemord1rectorlorm8d1 u.11lle1rs. who hasttken 1bou1 100ol the calls Some1retremendoully shocked tnattheyweref\OtlOld Hewtsen e~tremelycharo1,..t1c doctor. Townsend u1d 'Mtny. a 11rgema1oroty.Nivsveryt\IC1 things to 11y tbout h•m. Mtny ot thamleel1bew<ldermer111nd1 senHolbetr1y11 About 90 percent o! theca11er1 htvs •nd•c•tedtheyWdl tCCllpt Hopk•ns offertobelestld tortrie AIOSvorus ·we tried to call the fill' cit-part 111111 thou111ht by an tol«"trician to be the probabl~ 10urce of the fire, ...-ill heu•tobereplaced -------- 2 MONT -F VC ~E FRIDAY. JANUARY•. 1991 'Dances With Wolves' may deserve 'classic' label Film Rf'~iew by JAVIER TAMEZ TM ,\l,mt" .... v, - been abandoned and ii in di1re­p11.1r. With a strong lf'nlK' of duty. he decide• to remain at the fort, and he goe1 about the proceu of settling in. A chance encounter with a member of a Sioui: tribe leada to more contact, and IOOn Dunbar"• aCUI of bravery and hon· e1tyleadtoa!K'mlt'ofmutualre- 1pect between him and membera oftheSioux tribe.includingthera tional holy man, Kicking Bird (Graham Greene); the quick·tem pered warrior, Wind in Hie Hair \Rodney A Grant); the regal chief, Ten Beara (Floyd Red Crow We1terman); and Standa With a Fiat {Mary McDonnell), a beauti ful white woman who waeadopted by the Sioux after her family wu killed by a rival tribe eralen1ontothe1Ctttn.Thereare some1tartlin1rlyl>tautifulscenea; by far th! moat imprea111\le of theee being the buffalo hunt. Al· though only a few minutea in length, th11 1ttne 1uccea11fully capture.theveryn.eenceandvi· talityofthegrt"&thoraecultureof the Plain1. It ia a moment of cinematoKTaphic geniue that alone would be worth the price of admi11ion The tt-rm m11tant c1...,1c- 11 prob­ably mi11apphed to mU\llf'I far too many timH. There are occ-a1wn1. however, when thi1 connotation of a film 11.1 a benC'h mark, de1H1ned to beadmiredandextolledforgener ation11,i1anac-curateduniption ''Dane-es With Wolves" i1 1a film which dt'llerve. these laurela Ke\lin Cm.tner. who di reded, co­producffi and 11tarred in the mov1e, hllll crafted a cinematic master piece that will 11t11.nd among the greate11tmuvie1e\lermadc.lti1a 1pectacular achievement that combine1 tht· oft-u11ed 1tory of the cla11h of two cullUrH with a long O\lerdue luok at how Native Ameri can1 came to h>11l' their di11tinC'tivenl!M The aci.ing is good, but ia •ome­what over•hadowed by the giant 1pectacle of the film itlelf. Coatner, McDonnell and particu larly deliver thehigh powered per· fonnance worthy of thie exhila· ratingaa1ta. The story bf'trin11n a Tennea1tt field in the midst of the C1v1I War. l.;mon Army l.1t>ulf'nant John J Dunbar tC011tner1 hu bffn badly wounded and fac-ee the amputa· tion of hi1 ll'g. Rather than faC'e life u a cnpple. he makNadaring 1uicidechar1eacr0Mthefield.He 1urvi\le1, however; and 1.1 ac· claimed 111 a hero. And h! chooee1 the frontier. explainin1 that he "wanted to lee it before it'1 all The growing relationship be­twttn Dunbar and the Sioux ii captured both poignantly and powerfully. Dunbar'1a11imilation intothetribeandit1culturei1•tir­rin1J. The blOHOming romance be­twttn Dunbar and Stands With a Fiat •nd the remarkable friend· 1hipa he develoP' with membera of the tribe ultimately lead Dunbar to the critical deci1ion he muet make, a1 a man eeelrin(I: hie own identity, that will forever de. termine hi1 deetiny .. Dance. With Wolvea" ia a (l:lo­riou1, in•plrational film thathu allthequahtieaofa•wttpingep. ic-drama. adventure, romance Although the film ia nearly thrtt houra in length, the ume pBMf'I without realitation. The film hu a ICClpe and (fTandeur that are un paralleled by anything el1e re;lu1ed thi1 year and mark it a1 a definiteOac.rcontender. Mott<>­ver; it ii a trumpetin1 call for fair­nea. that a film •ympathetic to the viewpoint of Native Ameri· can1 1hould be 10 ma1nificently wrou(l:ht. "Dancea With Wo\vea" ia a landmark movie and a 1uper· lative triumph of the •Pirit, It'a one of the ten bMt film• of the year. I (Pve it four1tar1. 1one: Hearri\/Nataremoteoutl)Olt, Ft Sed(l:ewick in the Dakota terri· tory, only to ditcover that it ha1 Jn hie fir1t directorial outinj, C01tner ha. 1hown him1elf to l)OI· 1ee1 a remarkable talent fortran•· latin1 hi1 vision throu1h the cam· Another year and the beginning of the last decade of the 20th Century- that's enough to make most of us feel older, if not old. As our better half will testify, we are not given to making New Year's resolutions, but there are a few we would wish for our community. Like everyone else we would like, above all other hopes and dreams, to see a cure for AIDS, or at the very least a vaccine to halt the spread of the virus. A decade of this epidemic with its toll in lives and efforts is truly taxing our community in incalculable ways. However, we as a community must find a renewal of dedication not only to comfort the sick but to confront the ongoing indifference of government at al/ levels. We're always amazed that in a community which, woman for woman and man for man, encompasses more talent, more money, more energy, and more free time, is not, at the same time, at least as influential i/ not more so than other comparably sized communities or minorities. Of course, there is always the easy explanation that many lesbians and gay men do not consider themselves as part of a "community" or, more specifically, a "Montrose-based community." But this is the copout of the closet, the short-sightedness of the cowardly. What we would like to see is a growing together of the very diversity which is our strength. We need not agree on all things or issues to work together, but we cannot Kel'm Ca.tner o.a L1. John Dunbar 1n '"Dance• With Wolve•" attempt to work together without communication. We have lesbian and gay businesses but generally little co­operation or sharing (again, the bugaboo about "openness''.). There is a host of social organizations in our community going their separate ways. Our political groups are under manned and our charitable organizations under funded. The Houston lesbian and gay community, deservedly or otherwise, has a reputation for not giving to our own causes, for being first a party town and last also a party town, with nothing between. Our politics seem to be determined only by strong feelings, one way or the other, about Mayor Kathy Whitmire. This blinds us to all else we can achieve. We are known as a community which will attend the endless parties, of whatever shade, but /ails to supports its own institutions. The truth probably lies somewhere between the image and the reality. The point, however, is that we make our own reality. We must fight our AIDS battles. We must fight for our political goals. We must overcome our apathy. And only we, the lesbian and gay community, can prove our strength while also establishing to the doubters and haters both in and out of our community that having sex and loving the same sex are entirely different. We will not be defined by a climax but rather by the quality of our love for each other. It's a new year and we intend to practice what we preach. Care to join us? JL . -.. 1 ·OBO ~ 0A0U"' >AC<O"' ~ WESTHEIMER 1424-C Westhelmer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales• Rentals • SWlmwear • T-Shlrts • Magazines • Cards • Books • Leather • Accessor1es • Necessities Mass. governor signs bill to track hate crimes BOSTON (APJ -Gov Michael S OukaktSS1gneda bill Fr.day Dec. 28. thatestabilshes1 re­Porting sys1em to track stat1s!1c1 on hate er.mes in the state ·Regrettably on this world of ours. there are a1wsys some peo­ple who don't understand !hit people are precious no mattar whotheyareorwherethey come from ... Oukak1s said Thehatecromesmeasurede­fineshatecnmesascr1m1nalac­lions mol1vated by bigotry or bi­as. requores special !raining tor police in handling suchcr1mn and makes the state Department of Public S1fety respons•ble tor collecting data about such crimes statewide Oukak•s n•d the new repQrt•ng system should not require add•t1ona1 funds The me11ure was suppQrted by a broad coalttton of m1nor1t•es andgay1ndc1v1I r1ghtsac11v1st1 Leonard Zak•m. president of theMassachusettsAnt1·Defama­t1on le1gue. said the bill g1vet communities a chance to watch for petterns in crimes linked to ethnic orrac11I bias. The AOL keeps 1tsown stat1st1c1on h1te crimes. culled from 1nlormal re- PD"' 'Weknowmanylncidentssra not reported.'" Z1k1m said Oukakis said he planned to sign adocuman1authoriz1ng the new law to go into effect imme­d• llety. so reporting figures would be kapl for 1 full year be­g1nning Jen. 1. W1thou11uch 1u­thor1za1ion. the law would be­come effective in 90day1 Rep Augusto Grace, 0-Bur· hng!on. 1sponsoroltheb1H, Hid that peop1e1n h11d•stroct hive tended in the past to con- 11der hate crnnes 1111ng1e 1ncf'­dents in the commun•ty. A re­porting system will help people spot trends We have to recognize there 11 apatternolthesecrome1occur­r1ng." Grice said 01anneWllkerson. of the Greater Boston Covil Rights Coa­lition. said a h1ndlu1 of other statesheveadopted11m1lar11w1 "There was no oppos1t1on {to the bill) ... she said. "'Th1t 11 r1ra· The Coaht1on !or Lesb11n and Gay Civil Rights also applauded thagovernor'saogning oltheblll Community Publishing Company seeks an Advertising Director to oversee our newspapers in Houston and New Orleans. Must have advertising sales experience. Will require travel to New Orleans alternate weeks. Submit resume to Henry McClurg, 408 Avondale, Houston, TX 77006. The Montrose I Voice lr<T(X,t.! __ JES.... FAIOll.Y.JANuARV~ ·191 Pub~~e:..:~ay& a:ommunitq Jlubli1~ing a:ompani 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Cor-tentsl:OPJ"(l111'llllO Office hours. 91m-~m Henry .... <'.Clu•{t­S~ .. ,Cofle~O•<tion""N"" S~'pFe••"9•olfl<om"""ll., SUBSCRlPT•ONS 1131Sn+lllO ~7~3~~s:~PART"°EP<T R•t10yG0<c1Qno-....,g••oc"" Tur,_!___A'""'""'"-.:!. ::;..";!'!!.'::o;-:':~••4tllj :-..~ ·t: -,:_:.:,: :~.:.~,11' :='I.::.:."! ~::-{;;e!f 9."! -:;";:;:'...": =:-:;•I , ... ,-..... - ,_ _ _ ..... .._. . =~"!.=~ ... - .. i ;i~~1~::.1 )AV. JANIJARV4 1991 ~ONTR~ >EVOI :E 3 2nd call held for GLPC nominations for officers, board DAVID FUNERAL DIRECTORS By SHERI COHEN DARBONNJ,; M,•ntrou \;,,ct £du,,r Second call for self.nomina· lions in the Houston Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus' elec­tion of officers and board mem hers for 1991 was held at the caucus meeting Wednesday, Jan. 2. Each of the four officer positions now has one contend er, and each of the four board posit ions up for election has at least one. During the call, Robert Bridges announced his candi dacy for the position of vice president and Liz Shuler an nounced for the position of sec· retary of the caucus. r>;o one announced for the presidency. leaving Larry Lingle, who nominated himself at the lai;t meeting, still the sole contend· er in that race. Kevin Davidson, the only 1990 officer to seek re-election to his post as treasurer, also re­mained uncontested for that office. One of the board seats, Posi lion 8, is now a contested race, with Jeana Wiley's self-nomi nation Wednesday. Wiley is up against Chris Bacon, who an· nounced at the pre\·ious meet ing. Both are new members of the caucus, having joined in the latter half of 1990. r>;o one announced for the other available board posi tions, leaving one candidate each who announced in De­cember uncontestffl: Dennis Spencer, seeking board Posi­tion 9 and Pat Gandy, seeking Posilion 9, both with terms ex piring in 1991, and David t·owler, seeking board Position I, vacated by the resignation from the board of Cicely Wynne The election will be ht'ld Wednesday, Jan. 16. Board chair Harry Livesay, who i:. not running for office, will oversee the election In other news. Bill Whit{· an· nounced that members art' still considering chartering a bu11 for Houstonians interested in attending the inauguration of Ann Richards as Governor of Texas on Tuesday. Jan. 15. White said at least 47 persons are needed to pay for the bus, at a cost of $15.25 per person 1814 Columbia Street ~·~~?::~~~;P~i~~eib~~u~~~.:~~~ .::~-~~4~-:·;:::., tip_ The datl"!I of the trip would ~::::::=::=::::;i ht- Monday, Jan. 14, and Tues .- da~-- Jan. 15. ht' said Pt'nwns who an· interl'8ted may call tht' caucus office at 521-llXlO and leave a message It wa11 altio r{•portl-d that about If) m(•mlwrtiattended the 11wearing-in <·eremuny of GLP(' ml•mbt-r Katy Caldwell a11 Harri11 County Trt•asurer this week. A newly·published caucu11 brochure, which will he used in a 1991 mt•mlwrship drive. was distrihutt-d Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Texas forming two Queer Nation chapters in 'Year of the Queer' Commun1tyPubhshmg Company seeks tree-lance ar11ststopreparegay-lhemed ·c11pper-sty1e" ad layouts We arenowwork1ngonMard1 GrasandVa1ent1ne·soay events Layoutsshouldretlect lhese events lrom a gay perspective 11 e a Valentines layout might show gay men holding hands 1urrounded by hearts I Come up with your own ideas Work can be 1t1 any rT"edl!J.,,, By DIANE ANDf·;RSQ...,; •nd SHERI COHJ,;N UAR80.";:'\t; Crt., "'"' C11y Siar £d.i,,, and M•mlroio~ ~""n-f;d1r..r Queer Nation "tnbes., frumacrou the country are uniting to pro­d8. lm 1991 "The Intra National Year of the Queer,· and in Texas. the firat two chaptl"ra of the na tional d1rect·act1un group are form mg According to Queer Nallon'ana lionalorganizeT11,theyearwillbe gin with "Action January," durinK which action• will take placena· tionwide to demand that (!'.Over nor1and1tatele(l'.i1lator1pa1111an ti.di11crimination laws to protect the right.II of lj'.ay men and le.biana and to repeal 1odomy lawa. Thl" federal congreea will be tar(l'.eted with phone and mail zai» as they reconvene on jan_ 1·1. and Queer Nationmembenplanto"carrya high profile in ralhee and marchee honoring Martin Lother King Jr. and hia commitment to umveraal civil right.II lnHou11ton,agroupof"die-hard acbvi11ta" met recently todi11eU111 forming a local Quf'f'r Nation chapter. according to local acuviat David Fowler, who is a!Jio in volved with Action on AIDS and the Gay L'rban Truth Squad We're defimtel)' forming a (Que.er Nationichapterhere:·aaid Fo ... ler. who. along with Scott S1mpeon. wa11 planning on Telfl• tering the group'• OBA with the county Thursday. 'There's a lot of intere&there .. Fowler 1aid he had heard many '"proe and cons" about the group, particularly the use of the word "queer" in the name_ "But that'• the whole point of it (Que.er Na tion>-to fight homophobia, and it will goover(in Houston), if we're not afraid;' said Fowler, who 1aid he and Simpson had ordered T ahiru and werl" planning to call anorganizationalmeetingforthe ""''" Fowler 1aid he already had a T ah1rt from QN'1 national head quarteT11, which dillplaya the Q· word and which he recently wore proudly into downtown Hou11ton ·1 think a lot can beacrumplillhed through a group like Queer Na t1on: he said Howl'ver. 10meQuttrNat1onac· liviti...,,.maytakl"longertoevolve hl"rebecau11eofHou11tnn'1tenden· r:ytoward1conservat111minregard to feay1leoib1an direct actmn "I'm notaosureabout the k11•1·in1 at the 11hoppmgmal11,thing11ikethat: noted Fowler. The state'• finit QN chapter formed in Au11lin on Chri11tmu Day. A Chr111tmaa afternoon party turned mto the organizational meetingof"queerNat1on fu.pub­licofTexa11, Au11tin:'withthefir11t official meeting 11cheduled to be held at 7:00p.m_ Saturday.Jan. 12. At that meeting, memben will aet goala, plan dirl'(:tactionaand encouragl"organizationoflocal chaptenthroughoutthe11tate.re­ported Thom Prentice. hC>llt of the partyandAu11tinchaptl"rorganiz " •·1 had been m tou<·h with the Qul'l'r Nati11n folkll in California Denver and Nl"w York. and waa waiting until afterthl" first of the yt•artoKetmovmg:·aaidPrentlce 'But everyont> lat the party) wu enJoymg the Chri11tma.J1 fellow ship. ct"[ebrating Ann Richarda' election as governor and expre mg profound outrage at the abu1o. ee hetero&exi11t 110Ciety ,·i11ita uf gay men and le1bian1. I had ill8t recewecl a letter from Qul'l'r Na lion San Franci!ICO about 'Intra r\ational Year of the Queer 1991° and pUfied it around. Peopleaaid, Yeah, let's do it:" Nationally, Queer Nation ia planning a week of actiuna to aup­port the first National Lesbian Conference in Atlanta in mid· April. Soml" of 1he idea.JI indudl" participation in pro-choice medi cal clinic defen8es, "Dykee-R-ua·· vi1ibilities atmale-dominated10- cialeventa,andNationallnet1tute ofHealthproteetsdemandingpar ticipation by women in Al OS drug trial11andbreaetcancerret1earr:h Gay men and leebiana are al"° invited to "make history through outthesummero(J991 byaggre.­aively making queer culture v1111· hie·· through the ··summl"r In Your Face" campaign. A key compo­nent of this campwgn will be tht' 'First International Qul'l'ratrike where "queer folk and tht"1r 11up porteTll will """ithhold their work, aervicea.creativityandidt frum 1hedominantculturefr >nt•da~- Oth1;>r planned a<·tJ.on• include demand11 to Amne111y lntt-rnatiun al to recoirnizt' thOJ1e 1mpr11l'.lnl'd for "11mpl)' being queer:· a march through Aml'rir:a'a hl"artland. and focal k1 .. ·m1,fat1hwnahow1,field tripa, ahopping l"xcunionH :'\ii:cht.11 Out" at 'haven11 of hetf'l'IMlf'Xi11t privill'fel·" and cun dom11trul1Htopmvidtpro-11t·x.aat erllt"Kmatt•rialatotholll"whoHehe haviormightpotth1•matri8k In Tt•xm1, thl" j{mup will eKpl1Jrt way1 to 11upport the le1ei11latin agenda of the IRBhian Ga~ Hightll LohbyduringtheJanual'.\ toJun~'lf.l'&Hinn uftheTt"xaH l...i·J(i11 laturl· Submit ro1.19h-sketch ideas or complt'ted art work to Jerry Multiolland.365Cana1.au1te 2300. New Orleans. LA 70130 15041 524-1408 Or to Henry McClurg. 408 Avondale. Houston. TX 77006 (713) 529- 8490. Wew1!1payperp1ece $25andup Poss1blywayup Your work will be used on the Crescent City Star. the Montrose Voice. TeKas Gay Pressandaspartolourphoto andartcl1pperserv1cetoother 9aypubllcat1ons r Answering ~ Service .: ,l..! l Voice Mailbox • Yow own personal and pnvate telephone number • 24-hour Service with unhm1ted calls Chairperson says review of the review shows no bias • Same day start.up • Only $14 00 per month • Service con be linked to yow pager so you·n get your messages instantly Pager rental avatlable MANCHESTER. Nil IAP}-·The 'from the vuy atart. the Revil"w ·1 read t'Vl"ry aingle thing they head of New Ham1»hire'1 Human hu criticized poople, not becaulll' wrote about teachera. I reviewed Righta Commi1111ion i11 wondering of their race or aex {but) becaoaeof editorial11 and ediwrial cartoons ··whet all the fu1111 waa about" of the way they performed:' And I didn't find anyhintofbigot criticiam of an off-campus Dart Freedman waa away and not ry or prt•judlC'e," Palmer aaid mouth College nl'wspaper pub- available to respond to Palmer'11 "'Afl.er reviewinll' two yeara of liahed by conaervative atudenta. findings the publication, I bel{an wondl"r Barry l'almerofNaahua,acopy But Roland Adams. a ing what all thl" fu1111 waa about:' editor for Thl" Union l...i•adl"r of apokeapersonforthecollege,diMa heaaid Manche.ter. 1&id today hl" read greed with Palmer'" lllll'atoml"nt Palml"r 1181d he •eea no conflict two years oriaauea of the Dart· mouth Review and found no evi dence of di11enmmation again11t black•. woml"n, homOll('xuala or Jew a Palmer. the eommi1111ion chau per~m.1aidheeonductedthe1tud yuan1nd1v1dual.notonbehalfof the commiHllLOn. after continued cnlicillm of the paper by Dart mouth College Pre11ident Jameti t'reedman. Freedman aaid the pa per con1iatently attack11 thot1e """"' Palmer &aid the fi.,,e-ml"mber comm111ion acta aa a body on poli cy only and that invei<tigation1 and reviewaareronductedbyone ofthethreecommiuionin.,,eMtiga tora or the rommi11ionera individ oa\ly Criticizing blacka, woml"n, ho­moee){ ualeorJewaianotprl"judice a.a long as the crit1r:i1m is aimed at performance.andnotaexoalorra cial 1tal111, Palml"raaid Kevin Pritchett, ediWr of thl" Dartmouth Review. aaid that S.F.-area doctors cut red tape for new AIDS drugs SAN FRANCISCO (AP)· In I rare c1t1zens· pet1toon to the food and Drug Adm1m1trat1on. dozens ol doclor.. nurses and medical aides urged the government to cut red tape and hustle two promising AIDS drugs onto the market Some 180 San Francoaco area medical work1r1sa•d their pa t•ents can't w11t 1heusu•I S•K months 10 a year 1t would take for d1deoxynoain11nd d10eoxycyl1d1n1_ DOI and DOC respectively. to clear bureaucrat 1churdlH 'Therearep1111ntswho can­not tOlerate or have developed res•stance to AZT (the only cenaed AIDS drugl said Dr Ju11t thia particular summer; the Dartmouth Review equated the lives of 1400 Mu1hm11 with 7000 penguillll;· he aaid. "It aaid the deaths of each were equally tragic. They apologized for that. but then. the Review .eema to be apologizing all the time· The college'a adminiatratora. Adam11aid."havenever1aidon thia campus that we are again11t the preeentation of a re11pon11ible conservative point of view In factweare,·erymuchinfa· vor of that. We havl" alwaya up­held freedom ofspe«h;· Adama aaid. "We certainly don'tpropotll' to block the Dartmouth Review"a freedom of speech. All we did thia paatfall was uaeour frt"edom of apeech tomakepoint.swefeltneed edtobemade" Palmer aaid the commission "ia very aen11itive to anything which takea away from a human bt'ing'a self-worth ia always aeeking t"vi dence of such bias. whether in print or verbal form:' Donald Abrams. head of the Community Consortium. com­posed of doctors and other health workers who treat v1cl1ms ofAlDS For lhem. •ts 11ke being back 1n 1985 when people with AIDS had no options." he added The unusual c1l1zens· pel1t1m to tne FDA urges the federal governmenttorev1ews1Ud1es and decide by March 1 whe1her 1oapprovethem tor the market It the FDA were to agree. 1t would be an unprecedented ap· proval by the agency. which has ne~er taken such a shortcut 1n h· censing a drug The manufactur­ers of DOI end DOC ha~e not e~en submitted the drugs for • cens1ngasyet The doctors demanded the FDA order the makers to submit the drugs by Feb. 1 and that 1n1 FDA decide on theor value by Marchi The petition argued that early results 1nd1cate both drugs ere elfect•ve on slow•ng the progress ol th• deadly HIV virus. which ofintl"re11tbetween hi1po>1itiona1 a new1paper copy editnr and com mi1111ion cha1rpenmn "I have nevu edited any of the Dartmouth Review •torieti and I dnn 't wnte ediWrial1 or new1 re­poru;• Palmer aa1d He undertook the revil",.._ Palm er aaid. after Freedman ra111ecl quei<tionaofdilC'rimination Earlier th11 }·ear. a quote from AdnlfH1tll"r infuriated people on and off campu11 but trusteea and staffua aaid the quote appeared umntenlionally and waa the work of a aaboteur. They apologized and claimed t-'reedman and othera have created "a lynr:h·mob" men· talityon campus On Yorn Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonemt>nt and Judaism'• moat aolemnday.aquotation.fromHit ler·a "Mein Kampf' waainMerted unattributedinWthe11tatementof principles on The Review'• malt head '"Thl"refore,lbelil"vetodaythatl cauaesAIDS Both drugs. consider~ cous­in& ol AZT, appear In preilmuiary results to 1mpro~e the human 1m· mune sys1em·s level ot CD4 ce11s that bame 1nlect1on The virus doea not appear to beCorne re­sistant to either DOI or DOC as qu1ck1y as 1t does AZT The group said access to the drugs 1s important 1ohea1th1er AIDS v1ct1ms who cannot take AZT and would not quahly tor the new drugs under rules a!low­ing comp1ss1onate useot experi· mental drugs About !1~e 1n every 100 infect· ed people "!all through this cracl\ 1n med1c11 care." said AIDS spec1al1SI Or W1I 1am Ow '" The petition was 1oined by Bay Area Physicians tor Human A•ghls, 1 group '>f mostly gay doc ton. In 1end1ng the pet1t1on. tne doctora 101ned I grow•ng move­.,,. nt ol AIDS ICl•V•lll trying to 1ee thedrugso1 the market by early 1990 am acting in the aentie of the Al· mighty Creator: By warding off the Jewa, I am fighting for tht Lord's work" • Mastercard Visa DISCover accepted Page ME! 1nc.N Thi:~=~e:~::r:~i~~~~~~·:u:: .__ __________(_ 7. 1.3" ')m60i2. l.·. ii2m82;;;2;,.i stafferstoquit If you don't know this know this 520~EST l'h1Sisnok.' urt'O hr - l' lf\lllS. \, 1sit hop -~P JI? tr.=: ~ofCJt•\, •• fear ·1 )for ;>t't who JI[\ )( iliH' B1.Kh p, iw ~arnnre :li;t:roupl \1 Jr, ·!"! ... oour r 'Kit! rt' iti lfl{t'lll1~te :l. \\,•n 'lt'n 1p \Til.l JCh ~It' .... '' n help letyouk. "'-"he 1.· ht· Tht· ' :-...: fo1 :lflw,'r nd t• ht"arh ~- aJ mtc itio T :'l' lt )!' hosewnl he :JtagctQ{ifl(] t Cal \\e1lp \JU ouch"'1 \Oo The-e1sno~T•I :ifris:ht )flf nu } 'll" :ligrnl}.bry:!a\·cou 4 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1991 Impressive~ News Coverage! .n..-.i: ,. \• ,_ce,.pee .di~ •"'"'',., ... ol -- Tfte two 11£WSjlaprn from Community Pubfis~: New Orfean.;' Crescent City Star am{ Hauswn's Montro.se ibia. Between tfte two, you not ono/ 9et tfte most in-Oept./i coverase of (ocaf 9ay community news am{ entertainment of two of America's mostexcili"9 cities, you a!so 9et tfte mostextensivecoveraseof nationaf9ay news avaifabk fromanypulifkation anywhere! Aruf now, for tfte first time, we're offeri"9 iruUvUfual am{ joint subscriptions- via U.S. Mai! in swfu! envefope.s. Subscribe today to one or 6oth. Aruf 9et tfte news! Name Send mt ( ) Montrose \.OicL and/or ( ) Cresant City Star for ( ) b nwntfu ( ) l_vear ( ) 2years\!Ul U.S. Mai!111stafu:lenvelope. Ratt.s: I:ttiitr pc1f'tT $.\:2.50 for o montfu. So5 for l ytat $99 for 2 )'ftlf$ Both paptfS S49 jc1T o montfu. $89 for 1 )~ $149 for Z ymfS Address Qtate Marl w1lh .:heck; to Community PubhShtng Company. 408 Avondale. Houston, TX f7006 z,. FRIDAY. JANUARY' 1991 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Jailer protecting gay inmates weeds out straight prisoners c3Jn 1Remorl? of ne>it ('obarrubiu ill married with two kid,., but he probably know11 mor .. about gay •·ulture than a ho­mosexual hu~tlo·r. lt'11hi11JObtoprote1:thomm•e:..u al11 in a "P<-'<'ial county jail ward by kel'ping out gang memben, tkmhtoad11 and othl'r• who try to aerve their ume there. About :1.">C) h(•moKl':..ualMare11egrl'1fatedfrom th!'mamjailpupulation ConditionM at the downtown HallofJu"t1ceja1larl'heUerthan themamCountyJailahalf-mile away. Telev111ion8 and teltophones &l't' on every row and it is lellB cruwded One by one. inmate. are I'd to Cobarrubiai;' det1k at th At hi11sid,.l8IJa\'1dGlucock.an ae tn111t in the homut1t•xual cummu nity who monitors the ecre.-mng proceee for the American Civil l.ibt•ruea Union 'Wht:n did you lai;t have 8l'X with a wom11.nT' CobarrubiHM wiks the inmalt'. ~wh11.1gay bar11 andbathhouse!!doyougoto'!Ho" long have you bf...,n gay?" Tht·re iijarea,.on forsu<·hper sonal que~tions. Neo·Nazi11. gang membt•rs, 11kinhead11, 11atani .. 1.11 and 11U-called ~homophobes .. have bttnknowntofeignhomo11exuali ty1nanattemptto11ervetheirtim .. There &rt' 60 fewt:r than tht: al in the gay jail ward lotted !&JO inmate• at the Hall of Some of the phunie.; ~k to pr1•y Ju~tice. while County Jail ha.11 onhvmllkxualinmateswhileoth !:.WO more than thl' ·.r.6-mmate eraart'merelytryingtoncapeth1 capacity violenn> at the main jail. Cie• inmate are '\eryvulnera b< t<, ahullt' within the Jail aoet ting:· ShenffShen:nan Block said Hefol'(· 11tartmg theS<·retonmg pro­l{ ram eight yt'anl agu, aanl{ mem bf.rs and otht-r ht'ten.>1Wxual in matNlriedtogetmtothejail'sho­mOA1 ·xu11I ward fur the purpuoieof •·abu111nl(g&y11andl{etungthemto submit to 11exual activity: Block said Cuburrubia11wt't'tl11outthefakes and M·ndM them but·k tu Lhemam jail What11in•dre1Sdoy11uwear'!'' ht will u .. k. knowing moMt homo­s .. xoal mt·n don't wear dret111H Tho.t who du u .. ually know their 11ilt·. au whtn a mu,.1·olar6-foot-<!, 2JO-pound man repliN. "Size t>:' Coharrubia11isontohim You :un mure or ll'aa tt>JI when aomeone lmtsmwhoi11realmu11- cl1!-bound that lht:y'r., faking whf'n the\· act eft.,mmalt', Cubarrubia,. 11aid. addml(. -·y, can't go ju!lt by looks. Thne art: 1e>me ga)· men ,.·ho look a• miuicu lineai; anyone." Tattuo~ are anothn t1p-olf Frankly, there &rt' wr~· few ho­mVl! exual men I know who are running around with bare·br1>a11t edwomentattooedontheircht· .. t: Gla1KVCk11aid Cobarrubia11 a\110 u11k11 11hout gay bars "What's thl' con·r charg(:! Wherei11it?Howisitdeeor11.tt'<i'-"' hea11ks.Huthomoll('xualadon·tal way11 freqol'nt gay barM. "Sumetimeoi we ha\'e clollt't t'l•• es where a guy is &10haml'd I<• tell hi11 family," he11aid. "I tr)· togi\'e them the bentofit of the doubt." Whill'otherjailshavto11y,.tem" for llt'gregating homu11e:..ual pr~ < j, Angele. tofforl.ll are p . .,at:..ly tht mUMt thorough, Baid .Juhn Hagar. a formtorACLL' attor n")' who helped work uut a kttle­mt ·nt on bf.half of gay inmates Juatph ('oddm(fton, :14. who Ill llt'rving a p.1:·tty theft senlt'n<'l' in tht'Jml'11homOM'xualumt,8aidhe hllll•H\'etl t1meindoien11ofjaiLI. ,- If IM>ffit•(•nt' 11aid. 'You're gom(f tojuil.wht•r(·wouldyouliketogo'.'' i'tll'hnostthtollallofJu11tit'eJail: '-"-""' ..... Co~~~il~~'t:.n •~1:~ut1t·11 tease -CARLTON DAVID Cob11rrubiam. llOffit' them calling WOODRING him thl' "humo1<t:xual deputy'' or Cerium Da\·id Woodnng tllavid) a<TUlll'<i him of being bisexual died on Saturday, U1..:. ti. 1900 af- J'm .ure they think I'm gay or u-rhvm~w1thAll)S11mct'1'iovem 11'11 at lt'11 .. t en-~ their minds:· :~t~::t<~a\i,t':e\,1ho~i:~";:{h C .. harrub1a11 11a1d. But on("(' tht•y HI\' diselllle: to thoi<e who partici 111tdownandtalktome.theyknow pate in HI\' sen•i<..-e. education, "h<!rt' I'm C<'mmg from. I'm JUMt prt'\'ention. advocacy and service ht'ter<NINi:ual. dvmg aJoba.1: .. ugned program11. Iha initial l'Xpenenoe me by the dt:partment'' with the J:ilV pandemic began m fl.,u,.ton m l~/\ I. Following Da vid's HI\' diagn011U1 in Hl>l.'J, he serveda11acar .. gi\·ertopeopleliv· ing with HIV in Houat.on. He mu\·ed to Albuquerque. N M in 19N'I and brgan significant cuntri butions tuward public awarl'neee of HIV and 8l'rvicetotho.ewho I WANT YOU! stru(fgled to \i\·e with it. He dem onstrated octi\·e conct"rn and oom p118>!ion for everyone, eoipecially children and adoll'tl('t'nlll &m in Oklahoma. U11.vid Willi proud of holding ml'mberahip in the Osagl' Tribe. Hl' collaborated with 14! Amt·rican Indian teenag erstocreateavidt:otapl',"David'• Song:· that providt-d HIV educe· lion to r-.ative American adole.­cen111. Hi11concern led him to ac­tive part1<·1pation in HIV organi zation11 in ~t·w Muwo and on a national 1 .. wL In 19N'I. he served Ill! co-chair of the r\aliunal Aseoci ation uf People With AIDS; wa.a pH."llident of the board of the l\itw Ml'xic:" AAAOcit1t1cm of Pl'Ople With Ams. 11.nd until hi11 death was a member of the !'l;('w Muioo AlllS Tilllk Fort't'. In l~k9. Uavid Wlill trea.urer of the board of tht­!\ ational !\ali\'l' American AIDS Prl'\'enlion Cent .. r, af'rved on the executive plannmgcommitlfffor the Sational Cunferem.- . e on HIV lnfectwn and AIDS Among Ra· cial·Ethnic Populatum• and l'rum Septemhec 1!11'9 to September: 1990 wu pre.ident ofthl' board of directora of r-ie" Mexico AIDS Sen·icee 1·900·LOVE·MEN D. • 95c PER MIN. • $2.00 THE 1ST U1wid wU1ht-d donations to he madt- t11 the David Woodring Me­morial Fundin1<uppurtofchildren living with AIUS, NMAS, 124 Quincy Nt:, Albuquuque, NM 1:17108. "Goodbye, David. We will mi1111you· Th11.nkyuu forcomin1 our way" -BRIAN L. FULCHER Brian L. Fukhei: :.!8. of Hoiaton died Dec. 0:15. I WO. from cumplica tioni1 of AIDS. He WU a aecond year stud .. nt at the Unive1"11ityof Houston and was employed by the SP8 Gruup. H .. will be deeply mi811ed by family, co-workera at Exxon, and a hotit of friend11. He ia survived by longtime COJmpanion, I.arr)' Leutwy]t'r; hia mother; Francn Mayberr)·. both of Houa ton: two brotht'f•, Chuck Fulcher of Mobile and Greg Howard of Hou11ton; and grandmother. Ruth Wright of Lake (;harlea. A memo­rial sen·ice will be held on hia birthday.Jan 5, 1990at 10'.aOa.m at Bering Memorial Methodi.i Chur(·h. J44tl Harold Somewhere in the Night ... •.. Andrew is waiting Andr~·w. with hi!j lu:<>t fur life and his thirsl for blood. Andrl'w whose quest for low 1ssoll\l't11ne~ hampered by a troubled con sdeice.Andrt•w- -M''sreallynot like other vampires, you know. ll>mfyinglyf'n/t'rfa1'Wtg.~ snPl""!il.iln11•(fhestuffofd"11"'11...i 1Tighr,,,..r( Sc~w/rt'u '" the Niglrr m11rhthedd-1il<>!11fi1T(ll"'l",11slrlkln,1, m'IL' t"''"" '" 1ma.~1...,I• · fictwn. · wnlei Killhni1Trforr~ SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT St.:;,·~ by kif ~kMah,m $~ ~; '" :..~·-'l<>I'• orC1;>lhh•..!•nJre!urnw11hyour hedtf<Y$8.50(J)mtpaid)!<>ordrr ., rip ALYSON PUBLICATIONS De "s!;~~~~rIO"fusn St 6 MONTAO:oe voice. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1991 Federal tax increase will be felt at local gay bars kmd ofincre&.l!t' 1• probably mt>vi table. Buz Milli of the HRH pid pricee then' will remain tht> 1ame By SHERI ('0HE1' DARBONNE The effecta of a 1ignifkant federal "•intax'"mcreaaewillbefeltatlo­cal gay and lubian etct.abli.lilh menta &ervina liquor. ~r and wine in the form of an average~ cent per drink pri« incre1U1e. The tax. which went into effect Tue.· day, Jan. l,ha11alreadyre11ultt'din New Year'11 Day hike at.lilome local e11tabli.lilhm1>nt.11 The incn•a111· ill the t!t'COnd blow to hit Houaton bars in leu than a year. following a change in stat«: laws that touk 1•fh'Cl Aug. I, forc­ing many w changt' their "'happy hour"rule11Mpricu,ordi.contin uethl"spe<.·ialsalt.ol(t'ther The tax adde 20 cent.II per fifth for 100 proof and 16 cents for l:iO proof liquor. and local bar ownera 811.Y I.tie price incre~ for ~r will amount to about $9 per barrel. In addition, the new federal taxf'll raise the priao of table wine from 17centllagallonto$1.07;thl"levy on champagne and sparkling winehll.llgone up almO.liltadollar. and tobacco prices rOBe 25 percent. mcre8lling the tax on a pack of cig areueafrom l6to20cenl8 Managers of local club•, includ ing thoeethathavenotyetrai.liled theirprices,agreethatanincreaae will ultimately be nece11sary be­cau. e of the higher cost.II. wnh the Houston Outdoor Group to horseback ride on the beach MontrOff Sporu by GA.RY SHA YE TMM<1111r<.Y,.\.-\litt The Hou11ton Outdoor Group plan• an afternoon of hor11tback riding on the Galvt'flton"• Wetit Beach on Saturday, Jan. 12. The HOGs will ·meet at noon at the Gulf Stream Stab lea for ··an hour or two of rid ing in the sand and 1urf:" accord· ing to the group'• January news­letter. Reservat1ona muat be in by Jan. 91Wednet1day), mtmber1 not· "' Other activitit'.lil planned by the f!°~~~~i~?d:~;~~~~~ ·~~~::: participating for the tint ume thi1 year; •ay membera Aleo, on Saturday, Jan_ 26, a HOG aroup i• ~heduled to attend the 1:00 p.m. showing of "To The Limit" at the Houston MuRum of Natural Science's IMAX Theater. "To The Limit" i• a thrilling look at sport& in 1pectacular location•, from the marathon act'0811 the Golden Gate Bridge to rock climb­ing at Yosemite, whitewater rafting, sky diving and more. Af· ter the movie, the group wilt have a late lunch at Butera'& on Montrose In addition to these activities, HOG Special lntere•t Groups (bi cycling, scuba diving and volley· hall) hold their own meeting• and activitiee.Therea.reu.liluallyaever pruJec:-U.-d incrt>1.<1 avt'raging a for now. but may go up later. d~ quarter. zoa River Bottom 1<!4l Braz, are taking a ·wait and ap- pendingontheextentthebari11 af· and B J"1> 12."117 Ralpl the, on ~h. but C'l•ncl"<h• that llQme fec:-ted by the tax incre~. Lu~~u:~~'~:~n:1~:~~~~~~-1!~~ .. ------------------------• went up a quartt'r on 1-r and well drinks, while the n111.nal(ementuf Mary'•· 1022 Westht·iml'T. called a 1taff me.·tmi( forThuniday. Jan . .;i, todu1cu"' how tht bar will rt'llpond tolhttaxmcrta.e. Cou111n11' day bartender "Pick lu"11aidthebarhadtomcrea11eit.1J happy hour prirt.-sabout :l5umtll anou tht· board. hrinKinK draft beer to $1.<!.'i ~up from $1) with canned and hottled dumt•11tit· ~r goingupto$1.7fifromtheprt·\·1ou.lil happy hour prir4;'uf$1.l)(l Terry Smith, managrr of Mar v"s. •aid manai(emt'nt hopee '"to ket·p prirt.-1 un 1om4;' thing• the ame·· whill" icoing up on uther.lil, hut will ha\·e to dl"rido• at the meet· mg w·hether that plan 1 inancial· ly feHiblt. Houston's Northside Bar ~\\'aY llltt . "You'!£""'• HIU •Ge.Ir ..... , ~.JJ- =. ..................W A ,.. . ~ • Sunday at noon : ~ '~ ; OILERS : ~ • vs. Cincinnati : ""'~\'i ~ .!. ~ ·················N·•·- ··~ on BIG SCREEN TV Happy Hour 1·6:00 FREE Hot Dogs! 15346 Kuykendahl We want to try 10me thing.Iii Ito ket•p prirN down). but we"re not llUll.' we can:· said Smith, who alllO Cited the 2:; cent ('tlt1malt'd in crea. on molt item•. The tax in CTl"a•. he .aid. i• ''nut really a ma jor dt>aLnol enough W brt>ak lthe bar1J .butiti1enou51"htomakeus haMvea mto1.aaoer 1u p()ofntw ooubraprwnl.' ft'h e Bra- .._ __. .,l_ _________; .;,_ ________. . Jan. II. Atthe HOGeeecondelide andvideo11howget-Wgether.mem ber11 will ehare elide•. pnnta and lapel of pa11t HOG outmg1, from i· the Loet Maplee to GOOlle l1land. and everything 1n between. The weekend of Jan. i8-20will be the HOG1 Ii nit wmtercampma trip. to Boykin Sprina• in Angelina !'a tional Fott11t; and the weoek of Jan 2::-1·<!7 will be'"Gay WetkmA1pen' Hundred• of51"ay men and women from gay porta and outdoor1 groupiJ all over theeountry will be converglni( the C"olnrado moun· lain rt'80rt city. and HOG will be ~e~~~h:;~:.e:::i~ui~i~~ud;~ f:<''?.,.@f.z!ll'll!'! -"""""""'-"- BETTER LAUJilS & yARDEnS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential - Landscape ject. and informal gatherings at memberahome. The HOGs invite all gay men and INbiana in the Houston area to join them at any oftheee activi· tlt'tl, Details are provided in the group's monthly newsletter, avail· able free the fir11t month, $10 year· ly For a free 1ample copy of the newsletter, call Don at 522· 7809 For more information on HOG and ita activitiee. contact Ed at 984-9683 -MFA5Krun Over 3000 runnl"rS are expected to participate in the 1991 Museum of Fme Arts 5K Run, starting at tl:OO a.m. Feb. 2. The event ill under· written by Park Plaza Hospital, Ernst and Young, and 0.1i1hman'1; all proceeds benefit the MFA The race began in 1986, and has since grown into one of the largl'.lilt 5K run• in Houston. Last year, the race drew over 3100 runner.Iii. The race begin.Iii and ends at the Mull4:'um of Fine Arts, Houston. The SC('nic 3.1 mile courwe winds through the Montroae area Muse­um Di11trict. past the Men ii Collec tion. Rothko Chapel and the Con Little Bit of Texas 9:30pm Lawn Care Tree Service Free Estimates Best Pnces temporary Arta Mu1Jeum. Then• C~111:: ;;:i;:~~=~:~~~--~~ ~~: ~'~n!W~n!W~~n!W~n!W~~~~~~w~~~W~n!WWi~~w~~ I I s2a~LAUJil Island Boys Mu.eum of Fine Arta with refrNh mentll, Jive entertainment and pn~ There will aleo be a "warm-up party'" for the race on Thur&day. Jan. 31, 6:00-8:00 p.m. at themuR­um with music and refreshmenta. Runnerwareinvitedtotourthemu seum galleriu and exhibitions, in· eluding "The Sculpture oflndone­sia" Registration fee for the race i• $15: entries must be poatmarked by Jan. 18. Late registration will be$l8.Allrunparticipant11willre­ceive a T- shirt. Entry forms are available at all Oshman'• stores. the lobby deskofthemuseum.and Houston park.Iii and recreational facilitiee. For more information. call 639-7585. Simon<;on's nude drawmgs i!:nd -------­pamtmgs of the mt•n of Hawaii reflect the natural sl.'n~ali1y ol the 1sland\•r.;, .i .. wdl a!> the !bw, easygoing rhythm or ttw lmp:cs ISLANDERS bvDc Stm ;on Sio.c. 1n "'"'~''"re or pthisad1ndw1cirn .. ·uhyour <.'.(. J.for5''.00{- :tJtp.:nd)toorder. Hp ALYSON l'UBLICATJO,,::. Dc.·pt.r·5;401'1vmptonSt lk1'to1"1,\tA1 '1111 PAST ~TIME ' lit. COCKTAIL LOUNGE" 6/7fo•'"""W 5294669 ~lox In A Qu~c and Fnu.dly Aun~J!:ere Keoki Kono ot che Orgon 6-~e~ Tltursdoy, 8pm Dort Tourney So111rdoy.8pm 9-Bol/Toumey ;A)Hf~rl!' OPEN NOON TO 2AM .,,-•S Dollar Hours ~I 9Pm-10Pm W Mondav·Wednesdav l 608 Westhe1mer 529-8813 &Sunday Well, Beer & Schnapps SUNDAY •Happy Hour Noon til 6pm • Steak Night Begins Spm •Dance to the Tunes and Videos of Chris Ballard, DJ/VJ 2400 Brazos TUESDAY Country I Western Dance Lessons Begin 10pm THURSDAY • 50¢ Ham burgers o the patio 7-9pm • Dancing to Videos All Night Longr 528-9192 'Cats' returns to Houston at Jones Hall Jan. 15-20 Houaton Li"e by the .i.rr or theMontrofk"\'oic. The incomparable Broadway musical "Cate·• will make it.Ii triumphant return to Jonn Hall, Jan. 15-20 as a 11pecial NCNB Hou11ton Broadway Oeries pre11entation An unforgettable evening of theatrical magic and exhilara· lion, the taleof"Cat.s" unfolds amidst a huKe garbage dump (scaled to four times larger than actual size), containing rusted trunks, old fish bones, empty food cans, tattered house dresses and old mega· zine covers. Gathering at the full moon for the annual Jellicle Bait the tribe offelinea relate their storiee and the memories of their lives wuh ex· trnvagant aong and dance, in· eluding the unforgettable hit song "Memory.' i~ the compoiser of such intt>r· national successes as ··J~eph and the Amazing Technicolor Oreamcoat:' "Jesus Christ Su per11tat,' •·Evita;' "Starlight Express' and "Phantom of the Opera· This special engagement will benefit Houston's Theater District. The Theater District, a joint venture supported by the city's major arts and enter tainment organizations, is ac· tively working towards the creation of a vibrant down· town nightlife which can im· pact Houston's economy and quality of life. The NCNB Broadway Series is inaugurat­ing the firstmajorfundraising effort by donating $1 from each ticket sold during the run of CATS to help fund the Thea· ter District Street.scape De- 1ngn FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1991 MONTROSE VOICE 1 Lambda Literary Awards accepting nominations l.embda ttook Rt'pt>r~openednom ifor fin1t pubhished work. ficuonor inat1nn11 tn U1"<:1·mht-r for thl' Third non-fiction. by a wn~r or editor), Annuall.nmhdaLtt(·raryAwards gay mt>n"s "debut;' Gay Publith· Tht> Award~. r('('t>lfntztnK excel t>r's Book Award1fora11inglebook lenc(· in lfllY und l1·11h1un writing published by a g11y men'• pretil), and puhlii<hinu. will ht· prl'~t>nted l.t'11bian Publisher's Book Award dunn1e a ualn hunquet in New !for a single book publi11hed by a York May ;l! durmu the American lesbian preS11), and AIDS (a 1pe. Bookst'lll'r11 ASll<>l"lll\ion Con•·en dal category). Books muet have a uon 1990 ropyright da~ in order to be The firld ofuay andlet1b1an pub- eligible. Nominating balloi. must liahing 1a continuing to uruw and be returned to Lambda Book Rl-­divenih 1u1wt'l(et into the 1990'11;· port by the Feb. 13 deadline .. 1d Jano Troxl'll, ediwr of the Fi•·e finaliai. in each ca~aory spon11<1nng publ.cation The will be announced nauonally on Lambda Lito.>rary Awards pr-o. March I. Then 90 judges from 1ram. with 1l8 evl'r mcrea11mg acr0&&Lherounlry.reprel>t'ntin(fa numhf.r of cato.>gonu and awanill broad cro6.i.M'ct1on of the entire p~nted. 111 designed lo refloct lesbian and gay literary rommu theadvanceamadebyourrommu- nity, will select a single book in Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. "Cata" is based on the poems of TS. Eliot in his book "Old P088um's Book of Practi· cal Cata'. Andrew Lloyd WPber Performance times are Tues· day through Saturday at 8:00 p.m .. Sunday at 7:00p.m., with matinees Saturday and Sun· day at 2:00 p.m. ~\a~~~~:nm~OJd'P:=~,;:r;,~t~f#,::r~:; C"":,?~,'':::f ::,nJ~':1:H':ti0' :~,~e~~~:~1~hi:il~'; 11:~da~d~: ::~~~8 Jan. 1;.~~~·t::P:::~:~en~~ /5·20 b1anhu-raturt>mthent>wdocade' be announced until the night of 1022 WESTHEIMER 527-9669 ••• Naturally !Home of Sundance Cattle Company! THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR WE'RE LOOKING HAPPY HOURS ~ ~st~cEU' TL£ CO.\IPAS STOS.TEXAS1 Morning 7;im.Noon FORWARD TOA BETTER NEW YEAR ... MARY'S naturally ~ AFTER t'lQURS 2am to 1,, • ..ismg Friday & Saturday 1c 1flee. 1u1ces sodas & Artesia) Plus Live DJ During After Hours A(ternuon; ltri.... SI Schnipps S 1.SO Well & Domestic Seer ~·I~~; Well, S 1.50 Domestic Beer. ~ Always The public i11 mvited to numi- the banquet. Organizers predict a nate their favorite l(a)· and lt'llbi- record attendanCt' at this year's an books of 1990 in JM ca~gories: gala celebration, as it is being held lt·shian fiction. gay ml'n·s fiction, in then acknowledged •·publi•hing ll'llbtan non-fiction. gay men's capitaloftheworld" non-fiction. le11bian anthologies, For further information about gay men'11 anthologie11. lesbian the awards program or the ban· myl!lt(•ry, uay men's my11tery. lt>11bi· quet, please contact Lambda Book an and ((lly humor. l(•11bian 1eit>nce Repon, 1625 Connecticut Avenue fiction fanta11y,gay men'a1eience NW, Washington, DC 20Cl09·1013, fiction fanta11y, le11bian poetry, or phone Lhe "Lammya Line" at gay mt>n'1 p(>f'lr)'. le>1bian "debut" <202) 462·7924 Mall Order Fiim DeveloPina from Communibl Photo Lab RDl\XS&ONOfCOMMUNfTV PUBUSHUtG COMfMV "'°" etrl trust l'Otlr fllm wtm us. Wr:'rt •~ communlbl owned and OH:rlttd. 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(AP)-Umveuoty ol Wyoming ott1c1als plan to draftrulasbarrmgstudents.stall and faculty from d1scnmmatmg against or harassing mmonty groups university President Terry Roark administrators this semn­ter w1tl go beyond an 1ntl·d1s· cnmmat1onstatementanddavel· op a set ol rules to penalize peo­ple who engage mdiscrlm1natory conduct 'Every effort w1th1n the context and protection of First Amend­ment rights will ba e•pended to ehm1natesuchconducttromthe campus community."' he nod He acknowledged. however thattheumvers1tymayhava troubledomg 50 ·It's gomg to be a tough ona to write because ol the First Amendment." Roark said. "'A IOI of schools h•va lned and nOI done well because ol that. We may not succeed e•ther But we're certainly going to try Adm1mstratori plan to beg•n draft1ngtheru1esassprmg .. mester begins Roark sa•d•n anti-d1scr1m1na· t1on pohcy 1s needed to ·pro­mote c1vit discourse" Words or actions that reflect pre1udice. staraotyl)ff and dis· cnm1nat1onareant1the11cal to lhe m1sSJon of the university and cannot be countenanced." Roark said is a recently-issued stat~ ment 1100 Westheimer Houston 522·3332 Wake Up to a Special Morning! EARU' BIRD BREAKFAST 5am-9am Weekdays • 2 Eggs Any Style • 2 Strips Bacon or 1 Sausage Patty • Hashbrowns or Grits • White or Wheat Toast $3.25 Montrose May Never Sleep Late Again '""5'0"f"r'o zen las )rYour r r.r.klno P'.eosure no4 arect weekends or ho 1doys ""~"""' 8 MONTRO ;E VOICE FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1991 Mon­trose Voice Bar- Zaar In thii; section . 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LEAVE YOUR omv CONFESSION Call 1-212-754-6454 HOT ACTION NIGHT & DAY 1-900 1-900 HOT- 646- MALE HARD -1•1 ..... 1 JUST THE WAY TELEPHONE YOU UKE IT/ J. 0. ACTION 1-900 535- 1990 ALL MALE AU THETIME THE BACK ROOM Private Fantasies Steamy Back Room Action 1-900 535-6969 To Leave Your Own Fantasy Call 1-212-754-6454 The Montrose Voice recommends •FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 JOI Darte tourney Ham. Mary'• Hor9d'oeuvree6pm,Gentry 9-ball pool tourney llpm. Pa111 Time H.B. Murray & Bandera Band 9:30pm. BRB Cousin• & Company IO:JOpm, Cousin• Show llpm, QT'• Male review llpm, E J'• After-houreMary's eSATURDAY, JANUARY 5 Mug club 9am-noon, E>J'a TV sport& noon-6pm, Gentry Beer bus1 l-6pm, Mary'• Liquor bash 4-7pm, Atrium Well drinlr.1 Si.25 4-7pm. Mug Club 4-!0pm, E J'11 Cuh pool tourney r,pm. Venture-N 9-baU tourney !:lpm. Pa.t Time Lillie BitofTexaa Band 9:30pm. BRB Cowiina & Company !0:30pm. Coll8ins Show llpm, QT'1 After-hour11,Mary'1 eSUNDAY, JANUARY 6 Well drinks $1.25 4-7pm, E- J'a Pool tourney 4pm. ateak-n-talert 6pm. Gentry Happy hour i-6pm, Berry Hill Liquor huh 4-7pm, Atrium Bet>rbust 1-6pm, steak night4 6pm.Mary'11 Pool tourney 2pm, Cousins ''Burga & dawga" Spm, Venture­N Happy hour noon-6pm, ateak night f>.9pm, Brazoa River Bottom Dollar houni 9-IOpm. QT'• 'Illusions ·90" 9:30pm. E,J'• eMONDAY, JANUARY 7 $1.l5 frozen margarita• 7am llpm. EJ's Locker special noon·midnight. Club Body Center Beer pitcher special 4- IOpm. Atrium TV comedy hour 8pm, hot liquor drinks $2.25, Gentry Dollar hour. 9-!0pm. QT'• eTUESDAY, JANUARY 8 Beer piacher 11peci11l 4-7pm. Atrium Ste11k night 7pm, Miu Kitty'• Room & locker specials 7pm Jam, Club Body Center C&W dance le1:1110ns, IOpm BRB T11lent oonteoJt 9th wet"k, IO:JOpm E-J'1 Dollar hour. !HOpm, QT'• eWEDNESDAY, JANUARY9 Slop ehot pool I lam. Mary's Su-ak night &IOpm, 9th week male dance oonteoJt IO:J()pm, E J's $1.50 well HI pm, Berry Hill Dollar houni 9-IOpm, QT'1 Male Strip Re~;ew llpm, QT'• eTHURSDAY, JANUARY10 Lunch on the patio noon :lpm, Mary's Room & locker 11pecial• noon midnight, Club Body Center Si.25 longnecb 11\1 day & night, 50C hamburger• 7-9pm, BRB Darttourney8pm,Past1'ime Talent contest finals, Couein1 SI burgers, "11\uaions '90" 10pm,EJ'11 eLATER Gumbo Cookoff for Texa.1 Reneg11des. Jan. 20, E J's THE ABOVE EVENTS ARE TAKEN FR0M ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS .uE Of THE MONTRO OE VOICE The Stars Horoscope !or the Montrose Voice Aries CrHl•v• compromise could be tM keyY01,1'rele1rr11ngriowtobt1ng 1Uolth1lorces1ndi.1entsy01,1 have together 10 achieve your goals. but 1n order to get the cooperet1on you need. you·11 h1v1 todosomeg1v1ng 1n--1S 1ng•ve1 1Ule.get1101 Taurus A!tersurv1ving the holidays, you seek quiet timeloryou,..ell Other• w<ll understand your need to get away Becerelulnot tothul out those you really need Gemini Watchingy01,1rsharptonguem1y helpy01,1aY01d810Cl9I catastrophe Be W•lhng to ail baCk andobservebelorecommenhl'lg Others wdl view your action IS w1se.not1ubm1as1ve Cancer P1epare lor 1 rww 111<11.LOe Now when you l()<)k at yours.ell. you should like wri11 you"" Smooth out 1 tew rough lldgH and Ill back 1nd wa11 for the comp1tm1011 Be 1eady to Ml ttie b!an~s ln you1 danceca•d Leo You are ready lor trie ming of lhe new aeeaoo wtltm l•m• are pert&et fof helping develop new romant1c,,,terests Intimate gatherings 11 hOfl'le add spark " the tire .. .,nglora rainy day C(lflSull witri prOIN$1ona1s tolearntrie most productive ventures Scorpio 1nv•t•ga1eanyoUe15aUec1•ng your 1obstat>JS Ma1or changes mayno1 provebenel•c1a1 at this time we1gha11opl•onscarelully before 1umpmg Remember what D..<11\li C1!\li u1da~~• l'1eg1assb' ig gree••r Sagittarius Keepalle•1bleM"ied1 1111 weekend Surprises may be .,the olhng Be wd\1ng to cl\llnge plans al 1na 1u1 m1n~te ·'IOrdP" to lake addntage)t1,pport1i11o1.10Do w11ti h -~ - ti" - .... , >t 1ri FRIDAY JANUARY 4. 1991 MONTROSE VOICE 9 hustieand bus11e, dont lverl Jk 1tie prese~ JI M meo e SP«' al may be mov• >g c ,.., ..>tay 1m os tl'le righl tome to cons1de• a Ind let triem ma~e trie movet By w11'\er ll1ng Capricorn ;;~·~1;r~11f,~~be Y.~~ ':~~the Aquarius So'l'leon you ve admlfed tro- ~! • ~~·ti wrier the t•m '"' It You may 1'18ve been expeflertC•ng BEST WISHES ANEW DECADE LIGHT • LOVE • HEALTH • PEACE AND JOY SAT: CASH POOL at SPM SUN: BURGS & DAWGS at SPM (DONATION TO COLT 45's TROUBLE FUND APPRECIATED) HOME OF LANCERS MC YEA! PARTY! IT Will MAKE YOU,,, GET A GRIP! ~ GROOVIN'* CRUISIN' • SOOZIN' NEVER A COVER, UNLIMITED PRIVATE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET AND ALWAYS GOOD VIBES THE MO VJ Es G 'I R I Cl ~ 220 Avondale 526-4446 ,,, Thank You For Your Pa~ronage From All of Us! $1.15 Mon-Fri Pl•chersof Beer Wheel of 7 Days a Week 4-IOpm For~une Liquor Bash Sat. & Sun. 4-7pm 25C: Ea. Drink Well Liquor Only IQ MUNTR! 3E VOICE F ~ICAY. JANUARY 4 1991 some moods""' gsy< O< t QI le understand Dont.,.orryab oul too much It '' normal Tor you tO hc111eao,.,.<:oofuamgfeehn-g1a! th1shme Howe ... 111 be<:areh1l "'' toi«>pa•d•L.llroen~t"P• tn1ngs semedown 10.,.ardll\eend J! e•t weekandyo leelalot~tt• A Gay Man's Guide to EroticAdventures Pisces Tome<:O"Nrvat.on w•ll be very •mpor"nt ne.r week By ulll'IQ !he hou~andm•nu!escarelul!y.yo mal'lageto m11e1a11 w.:)r~ and soc1a1 resl)Ofll1b1hl•H A1tnougn •t may be• busy time. dorfl ogno1e health and nulrlt•onal needs. A v•tam•nsupplemenl may betl\e keytogeni-.gyc thJugn Personals (individual) TO ANSWER A MONTROSE VOICE PERSONAL 'II"• _tt9,,•'9 "1...-~= an'"~ to!.._, ··-HOUSI ~ XlfiW trwa<GJO<ll'- al ~~~-=;.,.~: ~~­~ r.:.~=~=: ~ ATTENTION PERSONAL ADVERTISERS ~=-~,.:~!;,;[ ... ~:. aclt«:<>•~"'JOY'~" ;aC•H "'onlfOWVOOC. &I~.~~ Of!! ye -WO•dE-·1<10nl9C;O<d *"°"-'·'t"u,,...y1!1lla .... •tllll =._.,.., ,"'lll<lbe91r,..9<1Bul IHdyou•._du.rl &QW<<1 v-• il•la<lo ttt&!'t ytl>< llttl Uy "' "'· ><l••"lua• N"c 1m., •• No 19!0•-•«> "'-,.~, o--•y EXTREMELY HAIRY MEN WANTED Br'"''"'' 19.·d• ata!Ut.lot ·" 'fWear ~top<o- 11"11••P~ ...... wa p "" 'I 10-4 ~O L pn- ...... _ ... '*' p ., 4''4! H J4. ill.I• ORIENTALS. VIETNAMESE OR CHINESE -.wu .. "''"II •VoO<lfl' ... D,·.,9,.C., •_'91_... ,_lldl.<r-62>·3"11 ....... 20·s, CUTE AND WELL BUILT :,:;.:.~.=. ...~ :··. ... i!.' :111 - .. C•-lol! ... fll{ll'l-bylfMl<! 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(The photos 1n each iSsue are alone v.-orth tht pnce) As a subscriber, you also become a correspondent. Your advice about places you've been wlll be greatly appreciated. Cancel anytime and receive a full refund for the unused portlOn of your subscnpoon. Allrlght •.• show me. 1-900-646-4646 • "Talking Personals" in over 25 Gay Categories • Meet Nice Guys for Dating and Friendship • Meet Hot Guys that like to get REAL WILD! • Fun Safe··Easy to use--Open 24 Hours (;1,,,,......iandoprr•tnl , on. \lu..,inf,~13051565·44:>5.ht 1:1~7 FRIOAY. 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Wan!•QOJOl•lyplayM-·Stn<lpe.,-1<. pnont1o...,.25Cl•c;tM<>nl<OetV'.""t 12 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY, JANUARY 4_ 1991 Men Wanted for Models Are you good-looking? Or have a friend who is? Well .. consider showing off your best assets in "Quest for Men:· a new national monthly guide to hundreds of Play Safe places in America This new magazine will be like no other in the World. It will contain no advertising. But it could contain you. Submit a sample photo, clearly showing your face, to Community Publishing Co., 408 Avondale. Or call 520-0206 for information. A LITTLE OR A LOT <. .... M ·II 165 '' H-.. .. _,-.._ ~·•.911-·lf'ltlnew.,,- .. 1n •Dat'Vl<"a<tve-«i11tttt1,,.iyMy """"'"'-··--··- ....... ~!hi =~'::!: "·~·~~~!1IOllO::.· looiltl 111111., muaoc•dt-~ 'II• l•Utl>eM9-Pac Str-1 1>u1 ~·. ." :9 o= 2'..0"'·•., ~ G ..... M!<Ot. _ ... lllM- =:: -·"11:.. .. -:-..... :::.. lna.0.1 Ar• •• ioy.. °''"''" ., eay •P1<*1te1 .. 1-. ~eply .. , ;e LET'S TALK G.,...M_ <'II. 11001Hook1ng. -U Qin.. 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M 4119·_15011 Dtn.11"', ICl_"'ll_HOV·lf.ab ... _.taO....,.. :1>0•"'· no <1•ug1. elte(;t.l<>nale. P'•~• Nie ~·-=-oo~O.:::-..ooi" :' ::,o~,~!. o.-.t•-. • o<k"lQDul.l;>e!nga.;t .. e eoeugooa IOCl k«>Q """or mu.c..i.r ml"­"- u "I)' race w1tn11m"•• •019< t .... -- >llS~•llytcA02~1.CI Mcotr Vcce Personals (non­individual) HOUSTON MASSEURS! TRADE OUT WITH MEI - :>IH ~·-M7 ~-' rency•»0".0 CROSSDRESSERS HOTLINE 'V ~.I• >Q• 1,;a111.,,:0. LIOUIO AROMAS :~ -- " 0 y.,.. .. ..,._,.,,.,,.,.p ~-"'Cl.C w• .. 11"'"- ., ,,. 0<1 1or ...... NTAL"-·5264:....SJ Hl:;,"'"'<1All<. ~;~1-Z~'.';:',," ..... ' ,.,,. Montrose Soap­People and Places The N'w Yl!'ar co-lebratwn1 have romeandaone. Wehopeeverynnl!' hadaufeandhappyone. w1thlot.11 ofnvtlry.roundu.wn.011rcaml!'r ... .. ~1t M ary'11'0-yt-ar'1l>ay ind c1uaht iwver1l people •LLll t'ft1!ff~~r :.:~~f up where they Thi. St1tunl1y n1aht 11 9: W p.m -tor....,._rn•.•Y 41T1,. OflNC!or1:t- ... ANlALO:i~ «X: ... ANTAlll'~ Dd N""''"-'CV•AC-V' Models & Escorts thepopularCandWband. "Littl• BitufTexaa"willbeperforming at the BRR The ~taff and manage­m~ nt 1nv1tl' you t.o stop by and ScotJt Your Bootll." Thl'n on Sun day, llJ VJ Chria Ballard play1 your favoritetune.andvid('09,for ~~~r :1~;t~ft- ~~8!,~~d~~1u:°1~~~ m1-al thf! BRB ... n•e. l'ach Sunday l"pon H ouston'1northaide.~r ry Hill will have the Oilen v• Bfo~gall gamf!on their bigacT.-.n T\ •llrt1na It noon, as well Happy Hour from 1:00--frOO pm w11.hfn-ehotdoga.Kimt1ndBrenda ... urr 111 ~You'll htive 1 Hill of good time." ~R.! SESSION EARLY MORNING LATE NIGHT ~,E1SSIONS STIMULATING SESSIONS, IN ' OUT, 24 HOURS, (713) 529· 3970. ti< b< ,y. ..... '" SESSIONS BY TRANSSEXUAL ty~,'J Great SeaFood Juif Around the Corner 3512 South Mam 522-5041 Fl'~IDAY. JANllARY • 191"'' M0NTROSE VOICE 13 STRESS RELIEF 911''·""'"1•Y. ..... 12-9<11• SERIOUS SESSION l-loy..·1-2-'-....... - .. ..,,.. ~-,; ' .. THE BODY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET R <lb<.g•.PK ..,_.,,;._,.i t>y-- 2' Wt.I Ol•I I.,., a.,•n- IHll1: Sunday Champagne Brunch llam-3pm $8_95 Children $4.95 3 Daily Gourmet Specials at $6.95 M-F With Soup or Salad Fresh Stone Crab $12.95 2411 S. Shepherd 527-0300 Open 7 Days a Week a5J71talph .Stred a:tW•sthdm•r 5279071 Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Publ1ah1'lg Companyseekslree----lance art1sts1oprepareg1y-1hemed clipper-style"' ad layouts We are now working on Mardi GrasandValent1ne·1oay events Layoutsshouldretlect theseeventslromagay perspective (1 e. a Valentine·• layoutmoghtshowgaymen holding hands surrounded by h81rtS). Come up W•th your own •deas Work c1n be 1n eny me<11um Submotrough-sketctlodeasor complete<11rtworkt0Jerry Mulholland, 365Canal. 1u1te 2300. New Orleans. LA 70130 1504) 52.a----1408. Or 10 Henry MCCiurg. 408 Avonaale. Houston. TX 77006. (713) 529- S490 We W•ll pay per p•BC8 $25and up POS$1blywayup Your work will be use<I •n the CrescentC1tySt1r.the Montrose Voice. Te1tas Gay Pressandaspartolourphoto and lrt clipper servoce to other g1ypubhc1t•ons COMMESICW. MEMl£1 Texas Renegade Fridays: Jan.20 Tuesday Talent Contest 10:30pm Singers, Dancers. Actors Instrumentalists, Comedians Anything You Want $75 in Cash Prizes MC: Rikki O'Shea Male Review llpm MC: Cassandra Landa Wednesdays: Steak Night 6pm New Male Dance Contest 10:30pm MC: Rainbo de Klown Thursday & Sunday The Man of A Thousand Faces Mr. Rikki O'Shea brings to You Illusion 90's featuring I MC Rikk i O'Shea ·; .. B_J_ Summors With Special Guest: Cody Lee Showtime 1 Opm-Really! Reservations Advised Happy Hour 7am-9pm Patio Open Daily u MONTR( ;e \/( ;e FRI )AV. JANIJARY 4. 1991 Montrose Voice Classifieds To Advt•rtisl', Call 529-h490 Monduy-Friday 9am-6pm lfrtc11larKatt-s: 40¢ W• rd Be d ... ,.d~ wall caps n·n ..red at 1 •P ~l ~ 1 .. o~toalint>J Al. <>tho!'!"• ,,,,fllf. "' "~ "'" P IJUr< h"••nll'. adi81 a~· ad :\cl~ hv th"'"' A• '" i ;; ~\l. Call fur d1>t1u Roommates Newsp.apers. Newsp,apers. ~ewsp,apers. Newsp,apers. Lawn Care. Photo Telephone & Magazm~0566 Magazme~0566 agazme~0566 Magazme~0566 Landscap~~~~ Finishing 2110 Paging 2193 Houston's Newest, Largest Selection of Videos Richmond News & Video 4330 Richmond Ave. 439-0216 Open 24 Hours (including all holidays) • Complete Selection of Magazines • Full Line of Novelties• Private Mini Theatres• The Ne1J.1est, Hottest Selection of Videos MC Visa Amex Diners Club Carte Blanch All Personal Checks Welcome HTTERU.WNS& GARDENS Medical Care 2155 . . , "'"'*' ' t1'EZ 4''' MO~~~~E~~CE - - ... . ~ •nt'9&W "'' :""' fnt.Q...a•y ~ ----- Wanted 1460 -~--- -~--- ,,..,..-~-- ____ _ Churches 1920 Churches 1920 f:Llneral Homes Construction & Movers 2160 To advertise or subscribe to the Newspaper of Montrose, call ~---~ .-----.. ___. .020"'2~0 Repair 2123 lll[RIC#INMOVERs 529-8490 " .. ~,.2~· ' > .... ,, 'J ~ab•• ~ .... ~2 HOLY TRINITY Kingdom OAYIDFUNER#ll CATHOLIC community ~·~~~~R! Montrose Auto Repair Tires 1080 ~~--­;::::::::::::=:=:::; Churches 1920 CHURCH ',•··6.LU•A .. ..C..8c 0... ~ .. Church ...OOD(l"°ptc\ Carpentry IOl(lwOOD•-lfAC> 2118 Insurance Insurance Insurance 1n8urance #II Wl ~" ARANH 100 Pacific 526-3723 filCJ RlPAI l.g('- 9-1414 i»\Nnlaf PLACE • 307 FAl~VIE~ 3 BLOCKS WEST OF MONTROSE Dtentty/ Howton ,.,.10<1"'• ~ ... him• ·'Y T~.: rEE':"~ !,·,;r Saturdays, 7:~pm S28.0lll Apartments '----~ 1~5~ 5,,,..0AYMAs• 11-00AM 1218WELCH 1523·8412 FR M'C:HAE 0BER01"' Metropolltan community oiurch of the Resurrection 19190K~tur 861·9149 ·-~ SUnday 'M>r<;h1p serv1ce11am 614( 191:11 >H 7411·62~1 HoustonM1i;swn L'liurdi 1505 Nt~ada al Commonwealth 529-8225 Decks, Fences EtcewnrOJa•tv AltoroaDll!bte"StlV -·-·-~ R"eeESt1mates Jaell:4S7-3024 ~arpet lean in~ 118.55 n-ofa --~2"'13=8 2138 2138 2138 HAVING PROBLEMS WITH HEALTH INSURANCE PAPERWORK? CLAIM-AID, INC. CAN LEND YOU A HELPING HAND • peace ol mind· knowing th;lt your cla1n:is ..~. 6~ care ol • assurance t.t;ltft you_are gettmg ~nems t,r9m your msurance DONT L£;f rHE SYSl'E/tl Y.,KE AQVAJJr;t;t:;{OF-Ybu ,/, You MAY eE ws1'!~NEY YoiiNf!,r_ifim!o -·"-" ·--. TOI , ,.~,, • complelelY'conl1dent1aJ.s.erv1ce General° Ae1il Wanted Oli50 NEW ORLE#IHS RENTAL Mc ,~, "'' • ., , I() u., - The Montrose SundayWcw1.""P SUl'lelayS«vlCfS Se,...1cut03Cla )leanin.Q anitorial 2121 For a,P'(;;;~hure. or Info About Workshops, Please Call PATRICIA OGURA, R.N. at (713) 242-0848 .,...., ~:;.~· ~Ice 1045am 715Pm CLAIM-AID, INC. 13401 S.W Fwy. Suite 206, Sugar Land. Texas 77471' ........ - ,.w•n• ·~>·a ooyn!oll (" ""J-O~I'"-' mp< ~ .. ~, .. Pol re:. ,;:' ·=-..,<;'~~ .,,-,,----­-~ ,,, • • Townhomes & Condos 1440 Wnl ... '°' 111- e••* v-Q. ··­t• t><: at>~. poo lore· p~ "'!t'JO .. N Income Tax Income Tax --~2~13~6 2136 J.LM. aookkeeplng service ..,.. .... ~ ····"''"'"" Leland l MCKlnney t713l 965·9560 ~:!ta~ Tax Preparation and IRS Audit Assistance (U3} GG7-S894 Gyms. Health Gyms. Health Ctrs. 2131 Ctrs. 2131 Printing 2185 Printing 2185 Pilcll_~Plus_ -·--"!/if'·- - 11117TI•.$A.l.~-.i · HQo5tOn.ft<.~5 1ru, (7•3)~U365 · FAX5?4- '31..l CEit~itACTS TALKING PERSONAL ADS ARRANGED BY AREA CODE CALL TODAY. MAKE A DATE TONIGHT! 1 gooffi2F,rscm•n - $1 E Eich add1L1onal mu 1 234-3500 INST ANT PRIVATE VOICE MAIL BOXES 1 -sooffi185PP• m" AdulLs only 234-MsA2L5E3 I )11--H CT CONTACTS WITH PHONE NUMBERS PLUS TRUE G/\Y CONFESSIONS ~ DAIL IN YOUR AREA CODE GET ADS FROM MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA· NOT FROM ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY! RECORD YOUR OWN PERSONAL AD TODAY AND MEET MEN IN YOUR LOCAL AREA TONIGHT!
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