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Title Montrose Voice, No. 533, January 11, 1991
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date January 11, 1991
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript MONTROSE VOICE 11-iE NEw~PAP£R MONTR ~er([omnumity lJublisl!ing <Lompmtl! FRI DAY A'-<uA1 .. 11 1 [ iSuE 533 1Tl)N Tl!,, Lesbian/Gay Rights Lobby sets goals for legislative session By!-iHt:RI {'0H t:N UARBONNt'. ,\/ f> '' \/"" .. f.'d<tor rheT•xu!.r11bittn c;ayK•Khttil.ob­hy K•rtltod thf!opt'mn11ofthl'7:lnd S,'Uion ol tht· StaU' IA•KiMlatUrl• 1\luday,Jan. II, with adt-ta1ll"dliat icoal1forth1-innandant·w al lt>Of)Jl11ni1furthe ntw yt-ar. Gl1·n M11.uyandl.aur1efalll'lloh J.GRL lohbyiiii., al..:> rl'purtt'd o h1"r md1v1dual agM1du for 1 !I!! I, ncludin1 .. nn)ural{lngqulifiKl1111y 11ma1il"bi11111to_.lr.appoint­mff'll atate board. and c -:nma a a. far naeuedfoc acilN· buu IMllH The lt'l{ial live 11'.0illll :o Cftl\ratf' .n ... vii ;"i(ht.o m ... 11re., hatecrim ... lf:J'.11lattonan:lh,.1ilthcar.- NaJ1.1y1&1 :i althuutrh No ma)· haH to 1tc dow hl· h• lobbyi~t poo11- t ifel~.;otheTu. .. H<~>f It .. sentativH, he atill plane :o " aclOMly w1thlhtorl{am~atic1 ~thegoalll .. acon11ullanl. Maxt-y h1111 nnoun~ h••Candidacy fur h•· f-•: I .eal hfinic vautt'd by IA•naGut-m o, who h .. he.·n ap po1ntedtotheatattori11lroadcumm1H· .:~n. A~ al ell'('twn IA> fill thep<•· •1ti 11SU1.> ·tffitcJhfocallt'dinFrh· nary M11xt-y•111dFnday,Jan.4.thath•• 1m nt m hill thtm<·e uf wm mngth Ti iila•·t-ry Iii '.lldi1111 h nut..d."Lena(f;uern·ro1wiu.11Jw>1ya a grtnt frit·nd of thlll <'Gmmumty l"ht• rat·t· 1ad~ lmlt'l.voru· th1111·an b<•wonhyt1nop•nlyg11ypenion· lfhe1•elected Max1•ywillbeth finit•'])l"nlyx11yco11('r,,_m.,mbtorm l'.-xu. ·-1 would ho hat th a W<•uld impact the (llaY an e.bim com· mumty m " v~· poe;l n ,. wsy; h asid ''lw••uldhavet/-e- •PP i:1unily toal'Ufuls\A· ouriNue..aa..:-neon wh truly undentand11 h ,. Althouii:h heLGRI." yla"' llow !o.ta:r.ey n .ai1 hiap< iti naa x Ull\IPth~ "- nn ·urof· fi<·e, heaaid hep"n111. takeanuti· paid lf'ave fabl!eti:"e dunn&"-- ICh t:iaerlohwil.d<. Olll fthelfTOlll • directlobh.'!I'lf Priunue. t• r l.LRL in th 1 leifislative 11e119ion indude r>Rh 11 anti·di11cnmmat10 w1 bi.. i •xual orit>ntat.ion ir etr pJyr. 1t.'WW1in11.11ndpuh -C co-mo..1tima 1or amendin11 cur· n'nl ion• anti- diacrimm tion law11;1l' lofSf'<'tio :ll.Uhu! thf' Tu1111 Penal Cod•-: me .. Urt"I to prohibit !ht- Ul<t' uf M-xual ont-nt1 ti<mtodett•rminecvstt>dyandadop­titR r"ght; hau· crime111<tati11tic1v trHu"n al>P .a.,.·toit"tt-·•-1<>- diabil •t: 'l•W •r> 1 wntat11n, cat.. ... ,fla.,.· n·atmjl'.tolune11ar r11n1tl"lnl'ntdecia1 ~malunw.•ndrt• fint-mt'n\ofp<>Wt'ruf111tornt-ylawa, if nt"Ce .. ary. In the field of health cflr•·and1oc1al...-rv1r•t>11.thelobbyi1t puahmll'.fori1"-rt'1111edfundin11ofthe Ill\' S.~rvicn and t:du1·at1on 11rant l>"'lframa; u1•11n1tion of !\h·dinud el ijfibihtyand .. tequ11tf'fund1ng,M"v l'rttlm1urancert Jnnmeaaur .... and leirial11tion that addr~ lt>1b1on h1·alth Ult.'9, n n>duct"·e iNuea. \'1<•lence u1 11 pe, h.u.ra..ment, abuse, b11tt.·nna:, m :eoiit,childHx" 1 a..a h,Plc),111 da1 All )dia( !in dt l>u law E1Srrl h, L Kl:. m-IY h re= IPll' b1an bbyuit, .. ir •lie opm :o b 111 .. fodatU tow lenaa&- •-nth .. p .. 1 l011tor1u:K1.e11.i":n<' andanerl()'h .. lfo emootheJUu• aff .inl(thf'i1l•Ymen·1communit}:· •I• aai :I. ·s.,1111' .. r the 1hin11•. like c 1ldcwotodylamrnllin11INbui.ni11- •1.1, but theyan·actuallyt'wry lr& .11•e1. W1· Will he worlung tu c an11t- tht- fomily cod11r11gardin11 ,. tt>dytoaci(nnt1-d~-nminatinn pruvi11ion1 ba11ed un)M"xunlorwnta tiun.Th11afft.._·111wuymt-n.11lao Oth .. r leabinn hrnlth 1•01'8, in ciidingtheal1mmnglyh1ght1'ind­n< ofCHllt'O arr 1glt'billn1 haH b< .n wnored m tht' I> E1,.erl 1h added. E1•~rloh, .,.h, a1 '° J.GRL:1 lesbian l'<lmmun1ty ~r gami~ea1dsht"\\lllworktoen<·our age lt'llbian inwl~·emf'nt11ndm1·n ber~hip in tht' lobby MllXt'}' .. aid LGKJ..,.·ill pay utr 111\t'ntiun thi11 yt'ar to cu,.liliu buiJJmjl'. .,.·ith othl'T grouv1 that ~hart' conct>ml and iNUN "''''th tht- 11'.llY an lesb1&nc- m·nit¥ ar :ill correctly lrticulati1ii:theJ~b y •po­aitic 1 on ht>allh ca~ and other ahared' .lllf!I. AJ(lS~thcarelejl'ialationa good exampk Of ,·uul"IC. Wt" art> kin11 for moredrectf1 ~dinafor AlllS11'rv1n·prcvi<h -.). U11nna the lut 1t>B11on, we w• .. heari1glegia1atol'll) .. kwhyAll · aho :i be treatt'd diff..,.ent! 'It! n d., Tbf' &n1,..er, wh1 wf'perhnp1d1 .iotartkul111t>.1athal what wewan1edw11.1forAlllS110\ tu b<·treuteddiff,.rt'ntly,"aatdMaxt!)'. Tht' ~!ed.icaid ")'!Item nt on y dut'Sn't work for AlllS. ii d.-n 1 .,.orkfor,oth!'rhealthproblt> 1).S.>, WI' want Medicaid reform1: H~- buildin11 cualitiun1 with tht'r irrnupl that ~h11r•· l'Onc<·rn11 on 81 ch prioritie1aaht-11lthcart'11ndha1< crimt"1,lhelohhywil11<trengtht·nil• p<l8itiun. he1aid An addt"d f,, fo1 l.liRI tl y111r w '~ q111lifit" lfa) •·nandlt'' 111 wh w htoapply fornppomtm .. ntto11tat1•board111nd comm1 .. i"nR, Muxt-~· a111d. l.ike the makt'upoftht"lt'l(i1<laturt·it><tlf.per aon1 pru•·ntly Hrving un ~tatt' ho11rd1art>pn-dommnntly '1tra1ght whilt'mal&1:·ht•nolt t:ndt'r Gov·el-1. Ann Kichard1 poe;ittvt", •·ery op•·n" admim11tra tion . .,.·mnt'n atid min,,rity randl­at• havea uniqUl•'hlln{'f' forap­pomtmf'nta. and•c.mt"l(aym atid bien1hawalrendygaint'dp<.>91- Jo111,he .. id.1.liKLiapre1e"nthdi.­nhulinaa nt',..·1Je«1Rrduilt'xplain1 he •i' 1cation proce. for inte'l'emt­ad prof-io aJ., an II 1.>'h.n& or atat fhrea .111 1lal le hf' b- ' e1 f l"hemaioriol ap-p;... ita,8CC'O-din11tcJthelt'tter. 1hou t be w l to: li<•v.••lect Ann Hichardii. Appomtm•·Dlll Mrttlary, o liovt1'n•>ra Tran&1hon Offi ::e. 70J tt.io(irandt',Auatm. Tx 78701 l'ro .. pective1<ppoin1-areurgt"d t<> call or write L(;HJ. for tunhf'r bad1;ground information and 11dv11 about tht'bosnl1andc"mm1uion11 or the t1p1>0intnwnt 1mx-ea11. A11ph t·11nt1<art-alaour11t'dtonotifyLGRI ortht-1rl•·lh'1"11ofapph1·11tion by 1t·ndmjl'.acopy to[,(;RI~ Hox. 257!:1 At•tin Tl< 7ii~h Houston to host National Gay and Lesbian Film Tour Hy sH1m1 C'OtffS UARBO!'i!'i•: ·"""'"'"'\/0<00£0,,,,, A lat10nalfi111tw11lalaobeafirst n Houston. thmuKh the c-om bined efforta of~- York·a ~e,..· Fest.iv•! Inc .. produc:Tra uf the Sew York lntemational Fealival Jfl.t-abian andG11y Film.and the !o.lon1~· Art1vity Centi"!'. 1--'rom March 1·10atthtRioe L'niveniity Media Center. MAI· will h011t tbe fint gay film featival evt-r held in -louaton, •aid MAC hoard mf'm· :ie J.rnie Harbuu~ who nt-Koli· atedw:it.h theNt-w Fe11tival tcJ1n c ~e th1• city m ita Hpnna drhut thefliationalGtoyandLl!!llbian ~ tlmTm r. Uout:an •th•· 8t:rond city on tht11pringtour.Seattle,Washing­IA> n. will he thefi111t11iteforthe ;our, whirh mnrb thl' firflt time tht· natlUnally known fetitiHd 1U b<Pt-n taken "on the road:· The ~ev.·Yorklntt>rnatiunal Fetit1val 1 an annual tvent in New York I). Other citiu on the 1pring tour 'lre Waahinaton, 11.C 1March. ~ , Bo.ton, Maaa. 1April r~1'41 •nt Atlanta. Ga. ~April 19-May tJ. fhe fest1val"1 pruduttra are J; n1 .. i1 gtotwratutalorl<.: hie. i: 991. A Wn-day uhih1tion ,. i; .anned for each city. with a Kala o:ie;inicm11htft'C'tption-1011tedhy local jl'.ayorgnniiation. n Houaton. MAC ia the roord' 11!.llr Jfth••tcJur.andwillaphtthe pttieeel: ofth1· opt"ninll'. night l't'· "lion with ~rw f'utival Inc a1ud Barbour. Barbour 1aid MA( boord memberM saw a uniqut• up portunityintht>availabilityofthe fuhval 'I think fn1m MAC'~ 11tand point, whirb i11 'buildin5(brid11ea: 1tht>fest1va\\fitinreallywellwith lJr objectivt'll;· B11rboureaid. Al 11 he nutt'd. the fNtivalwillgivl' 'h l(a)' and ll'tlbian community a aamplt> of what a gay Ci:•mmunity ti• npruvidt> R.. rho - aaid MAC had not yet 'inal zed plana for the l>pening 1gbt rj )li9n, which will beht>ld 'riday, \1arch at the Ri<'e Media Celte Attr.e'nm .\'1shtU1.11 9H9.Aut.,JicJ011101•h11d1•:0befrai1.1n-d.11 Hou.•l)n •r rtoftl'-.e.\'•·wFr1t11 zl.\'<11 naltiay MWIW.a11F.Jm Tl.Jilt media lt< wa..191 ttt.eiuthe •itefo theu ur':>ecai..a.e. fitapn X· 1m1ly ~IJ"eMc ntl'OllE't rea,availa· b tity 'ortbe :i1 esn il>d '!.ndbf. caWtetle ..nter aJreadyhuthe eceu81")' equipment io llCJ'een the "l: l•, Barbour said. Th., tour .,.·ill nffl'r over lOfilm 11t-lt·c-tiona from the 198!:1and1!:190 ~t·w York City fe11tiv1tl, 11wh aa 'Comtadc11 in Am11:· Stuart Mar 1hall'1111ccount of aix le11bianR and 11ay men in tht> Briti11hArmt'd For ces during World War II: "Com mon Thre11d11;· Rub Ept'tdn and Jeffrt'y l'rit'dman'a 1%9Acad••my Award Winnn for Bt>at Documen tary,tht>atoryofdwAlllS~uilt and a hiatory of people affeclt'd and united by the Al[)Srri8i8;Juy Chnmberhun'1 "!';octurne;· d IKTibed by bsa Kennedy Jf The \.illa1f1· Voice ae "• &elly pkaaure anc 'Coming Out;· a apecial juzy prize wmner at the 1990 llo--rl R Film Fe1tival. 1R1hich t.akee a I. ng overdue look ll-t th gay life.tyle tn ~a1t Berlin bdon the wall ame down. Eal '1 ty wdl h1we • unicue l'<lfTam. Mlected from ov1 Kl fl m1 in an mk national coll .. ti Jn rding to h feliti· vnl'1nr 1 n I rganiura.. AL-c;:o'ding :o ~t'W l-'t't1tival rep­reaentaUVt" ll, th•' catah·11 for the n11tional tour 1• the "rt'Cf."nl ot tac-kll on th1· Fin1t Amendmf'nt by S.·n. Jt'llse llrlma 1RN.C•. who 11po:nlkal\y 11dvocttt'-"' thf' cen•or •hip <>f it"Sbian and gay art. By 1<('ret"nin11: true to lift' imagee, the t\t·w Foti val will addrl'U th~nef'd to d1•p1ct KllYIJ and lttbi11n~ in tht• media in a mort> accurate mannt'r. 11'.•·nernt~· irn·att'r vi11ihility and provideeducetionalopportunitit'll 11roundgayandlellbi11nlife8tylea.' The only .,..ay to defeat homophobia !JI I.fl confTunt it in our livl'll:· 1111id ~.f<' ut"CuUvedirector Su11an lloruwitz. ·'Th.-tourdemnn atr•h a that Wt' 1m· nol goinl{ bnrk 0 'Tl thee :.t't, that we will no! bea1- :i{'('d m .hat gay and Jeab an rti8ta :ann t and will not be atopped, n 911iU ol the current po­ti alclim1";.e 'Comradt"& in Ar.,... 11:h1rh t~U 119' &IM'".1' · f~u luh. 0 :11& a1 . d11oy mll'•Utn· lflll m /hf' Hritillh orml'd (Ol'tn dur11111 \forld "ar II i• 0111' J[29 (1/ma u1lh ll ,.. and l<11b•an lhf'me1 l<J be slw II March '-10 al Ritt Onemo Barbour 1111id hosting the ft'>lti val in Houston will 111110 providt· lo­cal gay men and le11bians with at ct'llll to "other waya of thinkinjl'. The Houston program include" 29 titlt'll. with 8<'Veral nt'w and inlt'r natiunalfilmsnswel111811uthcla,.. 11ic1 as !91'>5'1 American leabian ballad. "Dt'.!lert Heai:1'•" and lut year'• critically acclaimed "Long time Companion:· International t1tlet include "!o.1aedcht'n in Cni· form"' 1Gtrmany), portraying thl' p.,,..1on between a young atuden1 and her beloved Uat"her m the Weimar Republic and .. f'rienda f'orever" (Denmark I, a refTe..hmil' and affinnati~·e portrait ol 11'.llY tttnalfeni. T1<·keta for opemnil' night. in· eluding the recepttun and a dou blf' feature {two Briti.llh film.a, ·Comrade. in Ann.i" and "~oc­turne: · are &>fheduled! ere $25; thereaft.er,admi11Sion to the ft'llll· val will be $6. Catalop for tht' tour are available from theR.itt' Medi&Center,527-4tt.'I:.! MAC is 11eeking voluntttrl to help with mailing, T-11hirt aalu and other activitica in promotmg and roordinatinll' the fotival. A ml'l'ting for anyonr inti'rt'l<ll'<i in Kelling involved with this pruJt•ct will No held at 7:00p.m. Thur!lday, Jan. 17 at the Metrnpolitsn Mulll· Service l'ente1 147" Wt>1t Gray, .aaid Barbour: The Hou11lon achedule 1•f film• is a• follows: Fnday, Man·b I, :00- 11:00 pm. l>pt"nini;i mwht & la reception nnd 19tT~nmp to bent>flt !\-1A(' Saturday, !o.1; rt·h 6. 00 p.m., !\-hedchrn 1. l'ni-f< Tm'': 3:00 pm. "l>eam ':0> p m Look.in¥ r. r I.anaato'Tl nc Trujan11"; ~:OOp.m .. 'Frit-nd1 For ever:"!l:OO p.m, "!>i'octume"and 'Bl"t.·au111• tht· l>awn": ll:OO p.m "Bt•y<md Cirnvity" 1md "Night Out." Hundey. March a. 1:00 p.m., 'Comradt'4inArrn1" and "Flames of p.,,..ion": 3:00 p.m .. "J.ksert Ht"arta" 5:00 pm .. ''Parting Glenn!ll". ':'.00 p.m .. 'Another Way'' !HlO p.m .. ~Daya or (;l'('('k Goda'.' Monday, March 4, 7:00 p.m., 'C•Jmmon Threada'·. 9:00 p.m .. "\'iriCln Mw·bmf' .. Tuesday. March 5, 7:00 p.m .. "Comradea in A11n1' 11nd "Flam" or I' ... ion··; 9c00 pm .. "Comiti& Oul" Wadn.-iay, !o.forch 6. 7:00 p.m !';ovt>mb1·nnoon'. 11 00 p.m .. Looking for I.ang1ton'' and 'Troiani: Thunday, March 7, 00 p.m., "~1sten in Jan": 9:00 p.m. "&yond Gravity" and :.,:;11'.ht Out." f'nday, \larch H.5:00 pm.,"l>esirt-":7:00p.m .. "Friends Forpver": 9:00 p.m. "Virgin Ma· chint-··. 11:00 p.m., ·~rhe Pink !\ar· ri1111ua." Saturday !\-tanh 9. 1:00 p.m .. ··comradea in Arm•" and Flamt"S of 1'11~11iun ". 3:00 p.m •·Anothf'r Way"; 5:00 pm "Frtt•ndM Fort-vt>r:" 1:00 p.m .. "In and Out of l.t>Vt•''. 9 00 p.m .. "((Im· mKOuC. 11:001.>m. "t\ot·tume' and "Becauae thl' Dawn:· Sunday, March 10. I 111) p.m. .. ~o\·embermoon". ;JI)() p.m., "Si,.. tt-n m Jan", .'d)() p.m., "Tonguet Unt1t-d", 7:00 pm 'Common Threau:ls;· and 'l 00 p.m .. "Long­time Companion: All ecrt't'ninp wollbeh "d•IRict>Cmema..Rice ln1vt'raity \1iedia c~n1er I En tram 1, Lniveniitv Hlvd. at Stockton) For more mform11t10n c:: the fj'-l featlv•l. cal.I \tAI' at S23- 6100 Texas Departmen t of Health unveils campaign Al'STI!\ (APl--The Texaa lle­partment or Health Jin 4 un veiled anew UJl'\·1~1onadveni•· ingcampaign ititended to Jolt ht'I eroeexualTexanawithmorethan oneaexual partner into confr1;1t ingtheirrislr.ofgt'ltinll'.AIUS 'The fact i1. AIDS ia )U•t not aomll' away," 1111d Health Com m18Hmner Robert Bernalt'm "And iti1111problem.and~urht>teru8t'x ualrate11gomKUP Tht>nt>E'dforawarrnenofhow AJDSiatratiemitted i• he1Mhl enedbythefactthatthed1Me8lll' i11 fatal and incurable. BernMttom 1aid. And heeaid heterOIK'>:\lalm 11remorelikelythanhom°"exual1 tobeunawareoftheirri.11kl "Here'1theproblrm:Suually ectiveheteroeexuala, when they're confronted with theirn1k ybeha\'lor.~mpl}deny1t,"aa1d Rod lindtth1ll ofThf' Rirhard11 Gwup. tht> Dallaa adwruain11 agency that cr~atl'<i the 'l:lb c M'l'Vi<"f'announCf'menta -Althoulfhyoum11ylmo,.·th1 l;ha~,;~1!:.h;o': ::'~bl;d~~\ Ir.nu,. the ptt110n1 with whom they hadaex before. Andyoucer tainl}'can'1lr.nowthepanner1 Jf th011epartnel'l!,1nd110on"he 111id In the fintofthe t,.·otfl'lev1aion edvertillemt>nta,acoupledan<­in a ballroom. Then aomevne cut.a ~"Ji~1;:. ':~d :!~; ~h~hi:1f i:•th ehown tobefullnfwhirlingoou­pleedancin& andchanxingpart 'If you've had two &ell partner~ in tht>p!Ultyear. and t>at·hof tht>mhadtwopartnentheyear before. and aoon.1faaa if you've hadeexwithhundredaofp<:"Ople Anyoneofthemcould'vejl'.iven you the viru1 that cauHea AIUS. .ay1thenarrationac...,mpanyin" the ad. In theHCOndadvertiaement. a larwe metropolitan phone book ~~!·n~n~t.o!ea .. -:.·~':,~:J,~.al el'l!a1imilarme1a11Ke Thradaend byd11tpl1yin&tht' toll-freetelephonenu111bero-lthe health department'• AlllS mfc mation line. They arr produced 1· both En&IU.h and .Spanl9h Theywneproducedwith Sl:L">.000 in federal funding fn•m thenetional Centtt11for lliae8lll' Umtrol in Atlant.a. Bernatein .. id. The tt•t of the $;(1(),000 eo11t wu donated by the eompamta whohelped11111ketheadvert.i1e­menta. Undnhilleaid Televiaion 1tationM1huwtht 1pota at their own co~t Bem8tein &aid 11/>7'.! caiiu or AIDS have been reported in Tn ... •bout ,'J:"-J(J of thtom in th1· pn~t year.He1aiclofficialaHtimRlt< thatbetween47.<&!Xland 10:.!,'./0tl Tuans are mft'Cl.ed with the HIV virua.whichcau1et1AIDS MGM-Pathe accuses gay group of tarnishing Pink Panther image !\EW YORK 1AP1--The movie company that produr«I the "Pmk Panthn"film11ocu.aed ahomo­. exualgrooponJan. ioftarn111h inKitlltradt'markbycallm1f1lleH thl' Pink Panther Patrol. '"The Pink Panther mollon pit~ tures,.·erecreatedand promuted inthe1piritoflight·hrarted. non controversial family run and en tertainment.11purPQM"BndhU.to­rynotinkttpingw1th theia11uta thePinlr. Panther Patrol fncN, MGM-Pathe Commonicationa Co. aaidinatrademarkmfringement lawsuiL The Pink Panther Petrol wa11 organiZl'dinJunetoprotectho· mOlll'llualafromphyaicalHaaulta 110metime.referrt'dto111"'111y baahinK' FounderGerriWell•a&1dthe group hu about 200 voluntttni whopatroltheatrttlllofthet:aat and We11t Villalfe and Chelaea 'Thia ia really ahameful. .. Well• .aid. "I can't help but think 1t'• another form of gay ba11hing. but onaoorporaulevel."' She 18.id MGM 1hould not "flat ter"1taelrbythmkmlflhrrroup named i11elf aftn the cartol>n character.Wella .. 1dthtu1'1f&Ol· z.ation actuallych.-.t"thename Pink Panther to UIOClate 11.Mlf Bl~k~a~3i::i:n~tGhr: t.~ <h~ Eight "Pink Panther" film•. atarrin& the Jaw Peter Sellen u ~:r!1~'J~ i~·~tedc..'.:::u· ~G't·-~~tl!':edeceuor company of 'WhileUAfully1upport11tht cl:~::,;~~~ :1~dJ:Gifn°~;v1id~ ala,thedefendantahaveunfortu n11tely, in thecourHofundertak ingtoprotecttheper••>naland civil rightaofthegayand lNbtan commumty,electedto1gnurrthe lf'IPllmatepr<Jpenyrightaofoth en," the law1uit.aaid Thecomplaint.filedmMenhat tan'• fedttalcourt. accu!M'dthe PitikPanthnPatrolo!unauthor 1tedu11eoftradt>marbforthe PinkPanthnnarreandapa,w printdl'si(fll \IGM-Pathelft'klacourt<" apeafiedmonetaryd.amf ~:a"~!i~:rs:;:Je:":~•' J 2 MONTAOSE VOICE FAIOAV. JANUAAV 11. 1991 AFR offers classes on self-hypnosis, safer sex Lawyer: M part of aconunuini program to promote a healthier hfaityle. AIDS Foundation H ou.aton~AFH J will 1pon1tOr 1everal education evenU at the founda tion'• office, 3927 Euex Lane, m January. On Tuetlday, Jan. 15 and Tueaday, Jan. 22 the Wellneaa Projfl'am will offer Sen1uality,Sexuality (Hfer ffX) worklhoi» at the AFH office at 7:00 p.m. (The.eclaHeearea180 available free to anyjfl'Ouporor ganization upon reque.t) On Monday, Jan. 21, AFH will offer the firat claH in a mini· courH on :The Art ofSelf-Hypno­• i1." H y pno th erap ilt T.C LeNormand will pretent the work 1hop from 7:00.8:30p.m. to explore the benefiu of aelf·hypno1i1 for atreee management and behavior modification. LeNormand willdil· cu11 definition• of hypnoei8i "mytha v1. facu") highlight iU 1trength.a and hmitation1, over view the proct'hel involved u well uoffer 10me1impleexerci­that can help to begin the proceaa or aelf·hypnoei1. The c1 ... will meet for three conMCulive Mon d1y ni1hu at AFH to practice the i.echniquee The AFH Wellneee Ptoll'&ml are free and open to all. For more infonnation regarding the pl'O' r~;;'ll Bart Loeeer at AFH, -Over the Hill "GIG" Over the Hill .lnc:1 G~y Interac· t1on Group Proiect (ProiectGIGJ 11 an HIV countelling and testing program designed to reach black gay mah.•1, through street out· reach, 1n an unusual place, "where theyare;'aayorganizera. lnorder to heighten 1warene11 of HIV in fection, brief educational "88iona are held near localbu1inE'fl&E'&,la bor p<>0\1 and homeleu 1heltera which are frequented by the targeted populalion. Owr tht' Hill'• van 11; w;ua1ly parked nearby. for one-0n-0needu cationalae...iona.couni;elliniiand te.tmg. aay tht' project coordina tora. PenK1nl whoch0011e not to be teated on 11ite are encoura&ed to come to Over the Hil1'1 office at 3402 Dowlin& Street. Teflt reaulu may be received when the van makee a return visit to the out reach aiteorattheoffice. In addition to providing educa tion, counaelling and teating, Pl'O' jectGIGofferemanyotherservic· ea to gay men regardleHofHJV statua. Persona who need cloth ing, housing, job training or help completing forms for federal, state or localprogram1aregivenasaist· ance, 1ays project director Jan Dedman, who describes Project GIG aaa "one stop store:' "The program is designed to help chanae personal situationa so that people can feel good about themselvea:'1aidDedman Persons who are HIV positive are referred to the Thoma& Street Clinic for trealment and Project GIG he I pa die nu complete the pa perwork necessary to prove eligi· bility for aerviOl'll. In addition. Over the Hill also operate& a home for penKlns infected with HIV. (There i.a a two-week background check of persona wishing to WM' hou1ing1ervicea. A hiatoryofun treated drug abuse and criminal activity can pre<'ludeentry). At this time, the Project need1 a volunteer who has a background inpsychologyorsociologytofacil itate a support group for black gay malea who are living with HIV' A1DS, 1aid Dedman Project GIG, which is partially funded by the Houston Depart· ment of Health and Human Se"rv ices, has been in existence l!ince April.19\:IO. For moreinformati"n. contact Jan lndman at .):lQ-J:..14 -Montrose Singers a uditions The Monttolle Smgera. HouMton ·, gay men'1 C'horu1, mvites mt'n in tere1ted in choral music-toattt'nd rehearaal1 for a performance m Au1t1n on Saturday, March 16. Re hea111al1 are Tuesdays, i:C»lO:OO p.m. at Bering Memorial lJnited Methodist ChurC'h. 1440 Harold at Mulberry.AuditiOMwillbe81.'hed· uled for those men interested in be· coming involved Theperformancewil\bepartof aconcertpreaentedinaHociation with the March on Austin. which will occur 8unday. March 17. The Singers will 1hare the program with HeartSong(lhe Houston area women·, choru1), Dalla& Turtle Creek Chorale. and Capital City Gay Men'a Choru1, who will hoet the event. This will be the Smgera' second performance in the atate capital Tho.e 1nteret1ted may con1ider participating in futureevenl.8. Tht.> Singera are preparing a roHing program for Gay Lesbian Pride Week in June, popular Broadway mu.aic for October, and popular aecularaelectiun1a1wt'll81!sacred Chri.tian, Jewish and Pagan mu sicfortheendoftheyearhu\iday11. As well, the Singers are making plan& to perform at the next na tional conference of thl• Gay and Lesbian A1aociation of Choru11es (GALA) in Denver, Colo. in sum mer, 199:.!. For more mfonnation. call &au Cain at fi:.!&5348. -March on Austin The next organizing meeting fur the Mareh on Austm for lk8hian and Gay ~;qua! Right.I will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12 m AHtin Community group• wishing tu be ~i~~~d ~~•li~~~'e'~~:a~f;;n;:O~ Investigation ~:::;· ;;;:i:~i\~:en have two of gay t::xecuti,·e oommitttt 1lou art' educators :!.i~~0:"~P;~!?t:~~t:S~e~~~ 'destroyed a :1,~~::i:~~i1~~:~~~i;~.p~~f few people' millet' members said GRANU RAPIDS. Mich (APl- Thecommitlef'has set theJanu- lt'1 bttn a year 1in« Oltawa ary meeting aa the deadline tosuJ.. County police raided a Holland mit propoeals for evenu or activi· ares home, arn'lltlni four men on ~:k~C:dedf~~ a~~~:arhep::;~~ ~n??:~';~ cN;!!:.:1~ au~~;;;: who know of act1v1t1es bemg The new1 •hocked the county'1 planned for Austin 1hat weekend, conHrvative communitie11 and plea&e notify March chair Dawn made headline. 1tatewide; Area Tschabrun. Communication• can t:ducator1 ArrHtl'd for Soliciting be sent to: Mareh on Austin. P.O. Sex With.' Minor Box 2579 Austin Tx 7t!768. For . But amid alleg1tion1 that the informati~n. call (512i 474-5475. ~;~t~~dt'!~ C:n!:~~h~u~~~:,P" -"Spiritual Renewal" homo.esua\1. theca1e agam•t 1he at MCC New Freedom faTi"a~:i°'i;::e:::~0~d~Pto A Spiritual Renewal Revival will reducing or diemiuin& the aaaort be held by the Mf'tropolitan CcJm· ment of felony and misdemeanor ;::_~it}··~~~~ J~nn. ~~~~~.t ~ii~ ::f~~· :~:.~ '!1~~;::::;:~v; \\ h1teOak. The Re,·. Jen Ann Har· ju.atu;w; pl'08f'CUl£11'11 blame mi•· vey. preacher. lecturer and pa1tor communication of MCC's founding church in Lo. According to court recorda, the Angelea from 1978-1985. will hotil roota of the Jan. 6. 1990. raid theterviOl'll. wert"m1narrHtmadeeighl Rev. Harvey has terved mHn~~::;r~::"nender Timothy l:FMCC smce 1972. Ordamed m vandl'nBeldt. arreated m April :i~~i~1s:::a~~~~;i:~~;:~~:~: ~:· ~"~ !:.:1~":de:krhhi%~~;-;.t~e man Rights Campaign Fund and mfiltrate and help poli« upo11e other right.a organization&. She is the com.i:nunity'1 "gay under nu:Cr~[~-~~~:v;r~~~:-will he ~~:~ai~;:'i~~~jfi~~i:_ ht'ld Fnday, Jan. 11 and Saturday, who had bragged of having 11H Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m.: Sunday, Jan. with min< 1, including studenu, !~~~ ~:r i:-~~l~ ~it~!u~~~,r~~t~~ s~o:~d~~:l~~'h':Jf~ a poa11i 6:00 p.m. Saturday. The theme of ble :lO-year pn11on term 1f conVICl ~~= ~~~7;1 is "Where the spirit of :· !!• ~l\o~~'::~i::d ~~':1~;1~ With the total failure of the so-called peace talks Wednesday in Geneva, war in the Middle East grows ever closer. This will not be a war just along the borders of ravaged Kuwait, it will engulf all the Middle East from Tel Aviv to Baghdad, and per­haps beyond. place. A strong message from President Bush, at that point, would likely have given Saddam second thoughts, if not deterred him entirely. So Iraq invaded. The United States reacted. Suddenly, Saddam, until only months earlier a cli­ent of ours via arms sales, became another Hitler. Suddenly the lines are drawn and a formerly unin­terested Bush administration wonts to set the terms and run the show. After the collapse of Communism in Eastern Eu­rope, the declared end of the Cold War, and the new relationship between the United States and Russia, all coming in one year, suddenly world his­tory is preparing to reverse itself. Russia now ap­pears poised on the edge of a reactionary counter· revolution, the so--called "peace dividend" has uan­ished under the tidal wave of bank failures and Saudi sand, and the largest world conflict since Vi­etnam seems nearly unavoidable. How did this happen? To the Bush administra­tion a mad dictator; without warning, smashed a small innocent neighbor and the United Nations, prodded and blackmailed by the United States, passed endless resolutions laying the groundwork for an American invasion. None of us are old enough to recall, but Europe of 1914 brought itself to a similar impasse, triggered by an assassination and differing interests in the Balkan region. The re· suit: A regional dispute became a devastating world war which wiped out an entire generation of young men. After the fact, historians agree it was an avoidable war but the opposing sides were not interested in settlement. In the case of Kuwait, a small autocratic oil fief­dom, it took advantage of the Iraq-Iran war to oc­cupy a chunk of oil-rich Iraq and then proceeded to slant-drill into a remaining Iraqi field. And when the war was over, Kuwait broke its word to OPEC, overproduced oil and further deflated the value of the oil Iraq was then producing. Given that Saddam has never been a saint, he chose not to ignore these intrusions and made de­mands on Kuwait. He even hinted at an inuasion and only days before he did invade he floated the idea with the American ambassador and was as· sured the United States would not react. Even two days before the invasion, the CIA alert­ed Washington that such an invasion would take If only it were so simple. The price of this ultima­tum, and let's/ace it, that's exactly what we are ex· tending to Iraq, will be a costly war in American lives and fortunes as well as several Arab coun­tries. For example, right now we ore spending twice as much in one month in the Saudi desert as we spend all year to fight AIDS. It will also mean war for Israel, and once Saddam brings Israel into the conflict our Arab allies of today will run for the sidelines-no Arab can possibly fight another Ar­ab while allied to Israel. The sad part of all this is that once again our gov­ernment, the Bush administration, has not been honest with the American people as to this dispute. And once again we have an administration ignor· ing Constitutional requirements in order to wage war. Even a "victory" over Iraq will forever destroy our influence anywhere in the Moslem world-a third of this planet. It will end for decades any hope for a settlement of Israeli-Arab differences. It will bring a resurgence of terrorism the like of which we have never before seen. Why does the Bush administration not speak of any other solution short of war? What about sanc­tions? What about true negotiations? What about a Middle East peace conference? Instead, we face a scenario of total disaster in which no one is victo· rious, only victims. Whatever brought us to this im· posse, the failure of leadership in the White House will be the cause of our disaster. Combined with the world's weakened economic state even a world depression could well result. While some cry that this is no time for a Nevill Chamberlain of Munich fame, it is also no time for a Kaiser Wilhelm and ul· timatums. Jt .. -.... 1 jOBO L..'.'.J O•OU'" ""°" w 1424-C Westheimer (at Windsor) 522-5156 Video Sales 6 Rentals • SWimwear • T-Shlrts • Magazines • cards • Books • Leather • Accessories • Necessities dllltributing pornol{l'aphilmatl'n altoammorandw111entenctd to three ~·eare' prohauon JU part of hU. w"rk with poh~. \'andenBeldt arranged the party 1tah<Jm .. 1haredbyGarryM11l­er. anadmim,.tr1tur1ntheHul· land Community t::ducauon Cun .ortium.and8tanley\'anKolbn. a Grand Haven H1gh&huul teacher Ah.oattendmgthepartywere David VanHeeet. a l..eeland High Schoolteacher;Oou51l11Ahell.a former worker wilh I Grand Rap- 1d1 postal finn: VandenBeldt; two undercovershenff1deputie.:and Ron Boer1ema, a Holland Chri• tian High School senior one month•hyofhi1H:1thbirthdsy Boer1ema, who w11 coneidenng a \awenforeementcareer.volun teeredtogoundl'rcoverforpolice 1fterbemg1pproachedbyanm· ~·e11ugator Twoofthl'menwerearreated onchargeeofaolicitmgHx with BoerHma-the foundation of the case. But•ismonth1later.tM teen·agertoldpl'08f'CUtorsheh1d ~~~~~ :iicit!e fh:i~:r~'m.a tion contradictedwh11det«t1•·ee had laid What we ...-ere lookmg at then. 11 I u.w n. w11 preaaelywh1t•e haddett'rmmedattheverybecin nmgwe,.·erenottrymgtoattum phsh:pro.ecutmgadu\uofcon aentmg age.-- 1aid Wmley Nykamp. Ottawa County pl'(]M.'nl. toratthetimeandno,.acounty CltcUll)Udge i!~:1t!°J~r~d. ~;;~~~-~t,: gation and helievN ~thf'1heriff1 departmentwaaactmgmguod fa1th."butacknowledged1everal in•tancee of miscummunicatiun duringthl'inveatigation But VanHeeat.1 Zf'l'land teach erfor:.!l year11whoi11hll Mt· tlingattemptafromparenuto havehimfirl'd.1ay1theiove11ll gationneverwouldhavehsp­penedhadhom. OM!Xuahtynot beenmvolved lic~1 d~:1:e8.i~d~i~;~~:'tti~ ingthearrff:IU)without half the cityecreaminl!'· :~ey,youdidn't m~·e11t1gate th1a. VanHf'l:'11t u1d V11nHeeet.originallyw11chara:ed "·1thaohcitmgtol'C>mm1tanact of~ indeomcy and attempt ingtopl'QCon"an actofgTOMin decenc)'. ThechargNwerere­ductdand laterdropp@d ldenticalchargNalaowere dropll@dagainatAMll.whowu firl'dfromh11jub.M1Herand \'anKolken. whofaced1everal char11"N.mcl11ding1<11iciungM"s from a. mmor, bolh pleaded guilty toamiademeanuroffurn111h1ng alooholtoammorandwerefined S!OO. All other charil:M were dropped.Millerkepthi•JOb. VanKolken w11•u•pendrdwith out pa)' frumhi11teachin1rjob Nykampcrediu.theuvl'rallin veetig1tionwithexpooiingarf'lat- ~~~'J~'11:h':rt ~~j:h~1gh Herghorst.6'>. 8trghor11t. who wu no~attheparty, pleadl'd 11"U>lty1nM11rchtofoorth·degree ~~:J~~~~nS:hi~a~~h~0s~~dne~~l;~nJ' w1111entenced tothr...,yea,.· pro­bation. Heretoigned from hiaJOb Another target. former video Ml£1teemployeeMichselTuleja. pleadedguiltytodU.playingob. llC<'ne matter to a mm<>r and w11 ... ntenctdto!Oday1mjailand finedSi.500 l11ourll0Cietyanyhetteroff1f· t.f'I' thi• whul .. mvesuw1uon~ On the baian<"'. the an•wtt haa w he n1>,'"laidUavidZ-in. Bet1horet'1att£1rney. 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Va. 1Al-' -A1 1<1\icitationordmanc··that beencriticiiedbygayrighll"" tivial.ll may be revised to cu•·~. ~· l:rdi11euaaionsinpublicplace1ol 1exformone:r If the Roanoke City Counnl a1 proveethechan11espr<•)X>aedby Cit)' Atwmey Wilburn Uiblinll'. thelawwouldapp\:ronlyinc1ws ofpublicsolicitationforpn111t1tu lLon. aaidSamGarriaon,all'll)' righl.ll activiat who has charll'ed thatithaabeenuaedtotarll'et·,,,. mOHxuala Diblinghaaproposedt,.·o changestooff1etcritieiam that thfordinanceia1Qbroad1ha111 canapplyl0prit·au-dw·u191on1 aboutaellbyconSt·ntmgad1l1>1 an~"~fi~.;!~~n ";~~/~dr:Jia~~: 1 1ionofpriaoorother::ona1dera uun for11ex TheBeCO-f,,.·o Id r.. 1tncttheordmanceto 101iritationathatx:·ur1nplacee opentothepubhc Gam1MJnsaidJan.4thath wouldliketo&ft"theordinan:eff' pealed.buthethinbther .. v• sion11,,.·ouldhelpeaarmost fth TheAllianceofLeslnanand GayOrJanizatiom•ofWf'flrrr Virginia1uppor1>1tht-r..\'11ion11 andhopesrounci'willappruve them.he1111id 'lftheamendment.areap­proved. it would bring the law in· to line with what! undtrM1<>1>dto beintentofoouncilwht>nitw11>1 pllJ!lled."Garrison1;aid Several council memben haw 1a1d they wereunderth1· 1mpr .... aion when they approvedthcordt· nancelaat:rearthatit,,.·aatobe ~=/8:~1t diJ:!~:!ti~:'titw law waa 11<J enrompa-inl( thal • can beu&ed for pral1.1eaily 11ny thm1('thatin~·olveit<'on\'t"fa&· Al AV. JANUARY 1 il91 ~ONl ~OSE VOICE 3 u i1111...l11t.e111alm .. ~tt.,.•ad \'1("1> ~t .. yur Howard !l.\uUl'I' <tt\IJ'lt'rH'llll(lVJll.>bot-rtiH l ion1tillwn11dt·rsth•· lowt.o be nmn••aonofpnvacy.~en f the ~Vl~•..n• 1Ht' 11ppron'<i, rordmi;i:toaapok .. spcrton 'l''rom• poh<71tand,POint..,,.·e • Jd,·nntmu .. tof1nd1tobJf'I Jon bl .. ben•un.,,.·ethmk t.,,.·o pe<JPieonth1·atl"i'<'t•nTm1h1·ir hom• .. •hould bt·ahletn1ay wh t t,.";eywant,''aa1dKmtW1Jli1,di n-ctornfthe\'1fim 11Al'Ll1 ffil 111t»mlilchrnon w .. w.k.. 11 wry ~lnl1. ~,., 1truc­IL n ~ 1he Fint Amendm .. m ni:tt frt'<·1~h11nd11" .. nf1'11ll}' oppOM' mhrurnC't'8th1Htry lo 1m · .,,.·h11t people an alk 11b •Ut WililMl!IHI W1Jhaaaidth11t111acldmonto ht·'t•n1titoll.<>l'l!llqut't<t1<>n.th1• nt iwlic·11auon ordinmn·al1MJin volt· .. 1fatrnt"Nand.,"t•tt•·etn ~"rn•m .. nt fa toot' i•ly l<> 1ay wht·thrr the ACLl' m1i:h tilt·• la"~ ttu all ice heron11muu •nahtyof n-•Jffdo dmanl.'t',hea111d Th~ ordmanc:e. which maketi 1t llegaltooff .. rora{'('fptanoffer fowdomy, adultt'T}' or fornicauon between unmamed rouple1. haa b....n defended by pob.-. and pro. ti.u~'SB88"'e11ponaa:am11tproe· B•t1he --dmanrehucomeun ~':;,~ttaci< by th• ACIX and Gar Ofth .. JOarTn;t.broughtunder thcordinanc:e,atle&st:lbha«fm volnd mrn who11<Jbcited for ha. tr09t'xualact1v1ty,accordingto courtr..cordsobtainedb:rthr ACl.l' DAVID FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1814 Columbia Street ..... ,IC~,~~~ .......... 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 elf:~CLUB BODYE .]I CENTERS [li Pro Maxima/Free Weight Gym Monthly Workout Pass $38 Membership Required, $17 for 6 months • Heated Pool/ Sundeck Area• Private Tanning Room •Steam Room• Dry Sauna •Jacuzzi • Video & TV Room• Snack/ Vending• Showers 2205 Fannin 659-4998 RI IAY. JANl!ARY Montrose galleries, museums offer selection of exhibits in January downhill run from the pen1pect1ve of Maria Wallillt'r. an Olympic champion skier. the film taketi viewen1 on a ~·i11ual trip throuKh the heart and circulatory 1y1tem The Museum i11 located in Hermann Park. Ticketa for IMAX are $4.50 per adult. $3.50 for child ren under 12:11howtimesareon the hour Monday through Thun day. IO:OOa.m tot!:OO p.m .. 1'"riday and Saturday, JO:()(] a.m. to 10:00 p.m .; and Sunday. 11:00 a.m. to 8:00p.m "'-ontN>HArt by LISt.TfA LAVY ThOll' of us looking for relief frum he dl"l:'anneu of January in Hou1ton can !ind it in u~·eral Muntroee area gallenet1 and mu lll'Uml which are exhibiting e•cel· 1·nt 11how1 through the end of the month. In addition to the '"big' 1how1 at the Museum of Fine Arta (Pompeii and lndont'llian 11culp. ture),thereareanumberofother 11how1 well worth vi11tmg Ifyou"remtere~ted in contem porary art and haven"t seen 'Againstl'ature:Japanl'lt'Artin the Eightieai .. at theContemporar y Art Museum, you have until Feb 3 to&ee it. Thi1 provocative exhibit illu1trate1 how young Japanese art111U1 view the ten· 1i nsofpre.entdayJapanatwell • the inva11on of popular Wetit em culture. Thetitleofthe1ho,.. cf era to thearti1t11' abandonment ftheuad1tUJnaiJapane&ere1;er· lcefornaturem art Fri< la\ md 1 pm. S;11 urday ana S1ma.ay. Arothe 11howno obenu8St'<!UI tho: o:xhibit )f 911 _odinK American phuW!{l"apheni at Texas Galler)", 20ll Peden. The exhibit. '1\rt Happ1•m1 to be Phot•>graphy:· in eludes photoe by thecontr••ver11ial la.Iii of late\ Andru St>rrano and Robert MapplethorJ)t'. Also ro:pn•· &ented are a number of othtor well known and re11peeted photogra phers such a11 Cindy Sherman. William Wegman. l.auril' Simmons and And)' Warhol, among others. One uniwoidable problem with such a show i11 that view era d;, noc see sn arti11t"s body of .. ·ork; individual pieces are 11omehow uut of context but ~I' hapelltt'·euaninl"t'ntivetolo;k foramnreofaparticularartisfs work. The sh<ow continues through Jan. 26: 11:all1-yhoUT11art· 10:00 a.m. w 5:30 p.m. T iursday throt11oth Saturda)· Lie pr nth a one would ex pec:t , the title. photographic e:.n·rpi. lrom contemporary fam· ily hflo and features the work of five photoicrapheni including Hou11ton'1 Pet4'1" Brown. who will kl\"l' a KBllery talk on Saturday. Jan ltlal :OOpm. The Center iii loc11tedatl44\We11tAlabamaand iUI houn1 art· ll;OO a.m. to 5:00 p.m .. Wvdnuday through 1''riday. and noon to :'>:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Newsnf The Montrose Panic larly mteret1ting ii the­wurk of Yaaumaaa ~fonmura who, workmg within <ptorhaps 1\retchml{) the tradition of the lnnal{ata lfomale impen1onator) •fthl•Kabukitheater.1tal(e1pho tographic rocreat1on1 of well Olympic 1ltu-r Mar1a K'allut>r of Su:1turland" QfU'of thrrr a1hli!tf'1 pro/1/t' ma 11f'u IMAX OMNIMAX mo1w11p1rt1.rf'. "To thf' L1m11:·p1aym11a1 th• lfoUJJlun Mut11!UM of l\'atural Sc1enef"·1 "'ortham IMAX Thf'alff!Ja11 lX 1hrou.11hJuly18.1991 Work by soml""·hat I _.r kncown conto:mporary photugra phen wlll be on di11play from Jan 11 thf(<Ul(h Feb.24attheHouston Cente for l'hotograp1y. The 11how "Rt· all\\" C'1a08: Ft1mily l'mally. forthoaeofu11whofeel theurl{etoworkoffa few holiday p1>und1 but don't really want to join a health club, the Houston Mulll'umof1'aturaleaencei11of· fering a new IMAX feature begin ningJan. \!\titled ··TotheLlmu." Hy employing at.ate of the an tech noloicy,thi1filmallow11theviewer to aocompany 10me of the ... orld'1 >e11t athlet-a rock climber. a d<>wnhill ekier and a prim a balleri na-lll thty perform. The remark able ft'a!Jlofthf'tlt'athlt-teaarein tt'rwoven with end011CC•p1c linner body! cmo·matography dl'piding the innedible ... orkin(l:I of the hu· man hod~- For o:•ample, in addi ti m to fl"~turmic a liO mile an hour Voice which the arti11t playll the key role&, u he dOl'a in all hill known ma11terpil'«'I of art. Thill recreation,. The show continul'll exhibit includu Monmura's inter throuich J<'eb. 3; houre are 10:00 11ret.ationofManl•l's""Olym1>ia:' in a.m.- 6:00 p.m., Tue&day throuich 1r. 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(The posters above are also available at AFH for a donation) 6 MONTR ~VI :E FRI )AV JANUARY Main Street Theater's 'King Lear' focuses on the language HOW1ton Live by the •t•ff or the played by British actor Jamei exammat1on of unaCC'llmmodated MontroH \'oiee Gall', who pre\·ioll.llly worked with man's fundamental need U> truat Mam Street Theaier"u:omma pro- Vdden m last 81'aJKin's cntically m thl' bond.I of family and 1he duct1on of '"King Lear.· opening acdBlmed .. Hamlet powerofauthority. Leartneec.ode­Jan. 16. i.I marked with a1implici '"The befit word IO deecribe thi• ny both:· •latee Udden. "'and the ty and a clarity that '"maket the production ia ·unfetiered:" .aid ~ult& are catacly1m1c'.' 81'n81:' of the language plain and Udden. -·we are stripping away Udden mention• that the aclOr !eta the mu1t1c of thl' language thl' high concept overlay which who play• the King must have a 11<1at· MST"• art11t1c direct.or. Re- manydirl'<'IOrfl feel isderigul'urin clear vi1ion of the role and realize betta Greenl' Udden. who will di· pre8entin11: !:ihakespeare. Our ap- that it i• from his role a. 1he insti· rectthetheater'•preaentationof proach iit IO let the production gatorthatthl're11toftheactionis thi• umell!tl8 work, 1a1d 1urpnae. grow from the language of the baeed. ''Jamel is magnificent a11 are in 11.0re for thl' audience. play itaelf-1.0 hold the play. not King Lear. It ia very intere1tingtr. William Shakespeart'1 pro- the production. up to the audi see the choice& he makes for thl' found tragedy of "King Ll'ar"' bf' ence' role and then watch thoeechoice• Vin• with the English king'• ded· She ha. choseri l.O preeent the spark the reel of the <:ompany"' 1mn to we1ah the amount of land play m ann ancient abstract set· •·King Lear i1 a moat demand· he dividea between hi• dauahwrs tina. Her plana allow the audience ina role for an actoi' Gale ex· by the amount of love they •how IO recognize current conditione plain•. ''There are many de. him. This plan rffuh.a in liea, de- without forC1ng a bizarre environ manda. not ju1t thl' iext, but the ceptions and jealou.iee that ulti· ment on the play. "The play'• phy1ical Hpeoct The k.in1 ia tlO maiely iear the family apart bleak pre-Chri•tian world i.I abeo- yearao\d in the play, butha1aver The old and tyrannical kin1t ii lutely Hllt'ntial for Shakespeare"s Y ltrong phy1ical prftt'nce" The play ii alllO recognized al one ofShakeepeare'• most unre- J blHlmeu at the end ll'rvtsaa ~ lentinaly tragic. ··1 think the r Shakespeare"• warning or the ef· The Earl of G/oi.ce1fer rTim-0thy Amgnwn! w11h K1r111/,ear1Jame1 Gale! 111 Mam Strttt Theo1er• prodi.l"lum, openmgJon.16 Chriotian God;' Gal• uploino. Q Wednesday fecilofa1tOC1etythati.devoidofa faithfulEarlofGlouce1t.er:ihave ...,..,._..,...., MALE STRIP 'For today'• audience, the mN-lage of forg:iveneet i.I very impor tan<. MJ>K"llY in ligh< of <h• SHOW 10 thinp going on in the world" 608 Westheimer Pm Mokm1 hio ..... on MST'• '--'5.;;2.;;9_-8;;_8;_13;_ _________ _, :~~~~~~=h~~~n~~yi!u:! known Tim Arringt<>n"s work for IUI long a1 I have been directing, Udden explains. "but thi1 ie the first opportunity we've had to work together. Hi1 etyll' ii Vl't)' quick and intelligent. and pro­videe a 1trong drive for the Ed ~~Diill>')'W ~u~~ ~~~~'tr:i ~~: ~~!hel'n~i1: Blvd. in the Village. thi.I Sunday. Jan. 13. Theroncert. which begin• at 7::JO p.m., featuret1 the work. or Beethoven. Wolf. Dupa. and olh ers.Jonn'singingmayberemt'm· bered in Montroeefromthefonner Risky Bu1me1111 Cabaret AdmU.· sion IO the Sunday concert is S5. infonnation: 52'2-9KOI -DreemKatz auditioning for new Little Bit play, 'Fertility Dance' of Texas · . 9:30pm ~~~SOP...' (iihiiiiiniiiiiiiiiinnnmninmininiimm FIFTH ANNUAL e/U~ eM~ ~9'~ ~ J"A'IJJJARY fl, 19~1 e:ooP.M. 8RA.ZOS If/VER BOTTOM /""/J,,J,',{:N;),fr••• 1 /I ref ha La Be/le HosfJ : \..;;:- Lady_Vi'Eforia Lusf, C and(dafe For Empress 7 Proceeds o. To: CoN453 o•••r.,/ Cho,.ify Fund Housfon Gay/L~sbi'an Swi'lchbotml 2400 Brazos 528-9192 cut i" un·ptwnal No onl' will walk wa}' diaappomtt'd from thia play Th,. ca111 f,.atuft'I MST Tt'gular11 SU>vl' Garfmbl Illa I1ar·e t'oo Nam·y Shf'mud. l'atti &an and l'ennyAlfrl'yul..ear'adaughtera. thf' roln of GlouCNU>r's 11<m11 an> play('(! by Kl'ntJnhn11on and Rod ney Walsworth. Othf'r rolN an· pla)'ed by Stew Hill'y, John Gu<'rra. Mark Mt{;riff. !)avid Folwl'll. JOl'I Sandi-I. Albert House.on writerdirect.oroerfonn J.in((m, Hill Laney and Ray l'r Kenny Joe Spivl'y and hie rom Si~mun11. . _ _ -~~~~il~{y g:::· ~=:~l';!l~I'~~ S1•t detu1m1·r K11thl•:•·n Jirc:ik original play, April 5 at the and 1"011tumer trankl1n HeightaTheater: 0~!~':ii~~: t::,k~' ~~~t\'fg~~~;k~~ sa·J;:~:tfn 1:~;~~~i~n:1 ':~t~c~~ 1~h:~1111:•~11:mp~:d~hl' ~n~:; ~~~ii:;Y;11 ~~x:-u!:a:'d~~e:;~~ ~~~~_:;~~£13~:~~·~~~!~~ r~: ;~~ ~~~~~~t~::rni:n7~ ~~T~j. ..~ ~h~r11:'.·~ ~f~~~o~h;a~~ :;~~;Y :tba~:~;~ri1~':o:i':~tia dul"tion 11tagl'.~anagl't . p ~r'J::n!~C::t~::::=~~T:o:n da)~~:~_i:::t ;~ ~i:n ~~on: ~~-;~~~i3ig~l:e...n:t~ ::~~:~r:; an~~_ run l'ach Thursday, J<n~ay twirling observance performed and S11turday at H:OO p.m .. ~un· from her wheelchair ~~:-=~ a:r: r;/:J3'.1:~~c; .:;;. u!':vii~~~u~·~g~a~a~:'ut;, nl'sday mght_ J>t'_rformance _ Ill "'Suck ~A Montro11e Vampire Sto­'~~ 7~f"d for J< .. b. 6. lnformaucm: ryl.'.' "'RompTh~Hl'l~fPig•f!.ance -''East Meets West" 11 ~r:!·~~~i!:'::e~=~~~i.lan A c-ultural f't'vulution i• in 11ttire l'naemble of friende who came tv· whf'n •·t;a•t Mtttll W~1·· debuta gethertupromoteoriginalthl'ater. un thl' Cull1>n Cl'ntl'r !;tage at art .. dan_ce and muHic. N~ted for 1600 Smith on Wednf'l!day, Jan. the1rumfieden11l'mbll'feelm11'and 16 from 11:4:1 a.m. to J:.!:45 p.m. atyle,DreemKatz_ha.an'putation Co·1tpon110rt'd by Culll'n Cl'nter for mn_ovalivl' on~nal work•- In and lhl'Con~ulateGeneralofthe "Fl'rtihty Dance; thl'Y d_epart Poopll''• H.epublic of China. the from the vignett.e atyleuaed in the conr;('rt ff'aturn •·t:a11t Meets "PigDance"'productionit.lopree; Wl'st:' a quartl't of Chinei<l' muei- ent a full length play Drffm Kalt cian11 performing both Western unueualstylehuattra~tedalarge and Chinese music The free audience following l'Ooted play· event. arcompanied b~ an option wnght. Edward Al~ call~ the al$:.! picnic lunl"h, will be held in troupe 'a breath of fr•h air: the iround levl'I lobby of 1600 Oree~ Katz 18 looking for new Smith in Cullen Cl'ntl'f. Cullen talent. Spivey _ea.id Aud1t1on1 for Center S111ge is a 1ix conC'l'rt 1 e- the production of ··F~rt1hty rit'11 hl'ld donn1t th., fall and Dance'"willbeheldJan.:ltiand27 eprina a• a publi. 1ervice of thl' at Height.a Theater. For detail• Centn and 1or appomtml'nt. call 527· ·t:a1t M..et.a WW!t" 1ndudee Wu 99!9 X1 •ping, v1ol1m1t Si-Yank Lao. ...,pr.mo Lina Chang·Liaoandpi-aml! lt Liu :\mg. Wu wu fonnerly ~------~ with th•Shankha1 Symphony Or­d1Ntra. Si Yang ha11 won IM'COnd priztinlhenationa]\·iolincumpe­lltion in Chma and is currently tudying fora muter'tdl"j[Tt'otat thl' L'nivl'nnty ofHouton l.maChan11-Jjaoha.amat1ter"11 d1·grttin\·uirt·fmmH.icel'nivl'r 11ity and is an at·t1v,. opera pl'r forml'r hl'r1•. I.iu Ning hait won fir,.tpritt•mthtChina National l'ianuCompt'lltlunandi11current ]ya graduate1tudf'nt atthe t:ni ver~1ty uf Huu11ton -Audition Notice Thf'atrl' Southwl'l!lt will hold audi­tion11 for H.obt-rt Harling'1 ''Steel Ma¥nolias' on Sunday and Mon d11y,Jan 13and 14at7:JOp.m.at the Ui1·atu'1 nl'w location. a750 S G•·uner at Wt1tpark llir('(·tor ( aroll' llimon n-U ti'l wom .. n. 1g('>I ll'>-ti•l For min nfonnali m. sl 496--ti..:·iO. -Michael Jones ~nlone Michal"I onf!9. for , o ll<11:11ton.w1Ubefl'atured ce-tatOv1ti <111.:U S6Time. BETTER LAUJUS & ~ARDEUS Total Lawn Maintenance Commercial Residential Landscape -Lawn Care - Tree Service Free Estimates Best Prices 523 .. LAUJn FR DAV Af><IJARV \ 1991 MONTROSE VOICE 1 "Well, I'm still here and going strong." Every day, more and more people are learning to live with HIV. People are finding ways to stay healthier, strengthen their immune systems, develop positive attitudes. They've found that proper diet. moderate exercise, even stress management can help. And now. early medical intervention could put time on your side. LMNG Today, HIV positive doesn't mean you have to give up. So, the sooner you take control, the better For more in.formation on living with.HIV, WITH HIV. we urge you to call the number below anonymously, 1f you wish. • 1 ·SOO·HIV·INFO THE SOONER YOU TAKE CONTROL THE BETIER. Broughltoyouasae>ut>lieserv byBody~veHouston,AmigoslJ< 'lel'S 'ucationand$erv' 8f gCmmi...rry::.E-IVIC "".:I Fam~~ M.: "" >-1 ~ H PWA CoaltbOnliOusl<:Wl, and Amenc1n Academy d Demlak>logy. Arn& ., Academy ol F. 111~ Ptiysa. Amer car C:illege 'Jf Get al Ptac~!K)l'lel'S Osteopah MM!I e 11 j ~'l Amenc :>sr""" k _ Ar encan S H; Assoc-.allOn. National Assoc1atron i People W'th AJO~ .. ~ &.. 'OtJ9hS Wei~ :0 t.!llNTPC >E VI CE FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. 1991 AIDS­afflicted couple gets FDA apP.roval for marijuana use PANAMA UTY BEACH. Fla 1AP1-A flor1d11 Panhandle cou pie are the only AIUSv1cllm••P. prn•·ed by thtfoodand OruaAd miniM\ratwntolegallyusemu1· iuana.buttheyhaveyettore­ «1Ve)>f:rm11 .. 1wnfromtheUrug EnforcementAdmini•tretion Ktnntthand BarbaraJenk•of Panama City Heach have one or a do~en pro101:ol1 approved for ~~e r~~':~i:i°n':11 ~!:;!.:~Fl)A· Rpokrt1ptraon Hrad !:itoneaaid Jan.4 in Rockville, Md Theirreque1t.madebytheir ~-TI:\l~::~~::i~h.a,~~~Fip~~d: :i; vie,.bytheDt:A.wh1chal.o muatapprnveit."8.1dllla8rown. a Dt:A•pokeioperot0n We"rekmdofdi"8.ppomt«lin thelJEA bttau.ae1heycouldhave had their paperwork done before Chn~tmaa:· Jenk• aaid. -1 don't undentandwhat'•takm1.olonfJ This1111tuffth11twuldhavebeen don•month••au:· .~::;:nak~fteft~uam•nti said h1~agencydumn'tbrgm ita inveat1gationuntilitrece1vM t"DAappruval. wh1chdid not comeuntillJec.l~mthecaseof theJenk-.ltthenu•uallytakM fromJOto60day1 to determine ;;;t::ie: J:;:i:;~::tp~~~~=r~­kj~~' k~ i.n: =~;~i[;'.~l~i: waa infected with AIDS throu1h abloodtranafuaion,andhetran•· mitt«lthediauaetohi•wife TheJenk1e.contendmarijuana i•theonlydru1thatcancontrol thedebihtallngnausea.vomitin1 and weight 10-1caueed by AIDS ~:~.their prMC'rlption medic• Thl'IWOW1'111COnvicted in. non-Jury tnalofil\egallyJrOwilll maniuana 1 .. 1 Au1u•t C1rcu1t Jud1eClmtonE.Jo"o.1ersen ll'nl"ed lhl'tll toa year of un1uperviMed probation and 500 hou111ufoommunityserv1cetobe performedbycanngforonean other Although two c,lher AIDS vie­tim• prrvio11•ly """'1ved FDA per m1.m.>ntoulll'mariiuana.the Jenk-aretheyonlyone1cur rently1anct1uned.Stone•aid.Ma· riju11naal-..haabeen11pproved foru..eincaae11ofunerr.mult1 plek"lel"OOlillandglaucoma An AID,<; vi<'11m identified only .. Steve L of San Antonio. Tu a•,rl'Ceivedacefflltomaniuan• l1U1tJ11nuary11nddiedamonth lalf'r.Hid HobertH1mdall.pre.1 drntofthtAlliao«'forC11nnab111 Thera.peut1t"1m W1111.hington lleaaid lllll'<'nndA llJS vicum u.~~r.~~~a:~~t~~~:~r ia: No-vember. hut Stonf' ••id that re­que1t11ub> i<"<1uenilywaswith drawn. Randall. who h&11 pl'rmiuion to usemariiuanafor1laucuma. formf'd the organization toen :_~1~~ethedrug"1 ulll'a•amedi Hehaacomplainedthatff'dl'l"al officialataketoolongwarton 1111t·hrrqunts,aayin111:thede]aym 1heJenkaN"ca111'111mhumane Stt1oedemf'dthefout-dr111cin1 allegation11.1111yingthe FDA nor· mally ac\llon1urh requni.sw1th· in JO days. J-lehadnouplana lion forwhyth1>wuplr'•applica tiontooklonger Onefat"torthat1luw11theproc· eui11thatthrrehavebeenno large-.calechmca.lte.tllforthe thrrapeut1~· o~e of marijuana that wuldllf'tprt<"edento1fortheind1 vidualrequeooto1,he•a1d Ha.ndall waapartu:ularlycriti cal of the DEA J-le11a1d itaonly ret1pon~ibiht1e1.oncel-"DA has civenit.Mapprov11l.aretoen11urr the&e~:unty of the marijuana and thelt•lfit1macyofdoctoreand pharmat·111t11whomay be in volved Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Co 11tyPub1>sh1ng Comp.-tny seeks 1r .. 1ance an1sts to prepare gay·themed clopper-1tyle'"ad1ayouts We are now workong on Mardi GrasandValent1ne·1oay events. Layouts should reflect 1hoeevenl1fromagey perspective (1 e. a Valentine 1 layout might show gay men holding hands surrounded by hearts) Comeupw1thyour own ideas Work can be many med•um Subm1trough·sketch 1deasor completed an work to Jerry Mulholland. 365 Canal. suite 2300, New Orleans. LA 70130 (504)524-1408 Orto Henry MCCiurg. 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 (713) 529- 8490. we w.11 pay per p•ece. S25andup Po&11blyw11yup Your work w111 be used 1n Che Cre&eelllC1tyStar. the Montrose Voice. Te"as Gay P1eu and u part of our photo andartcl1pP41rMrv1cetoother gaypub'1c11t10n• Lone Star Volleyball Association announces league plans Montro&e Sp0rta by CARY SHAVE ,.·ill boo ited tt "' playen ThcMontI"011'Vo1« If. urteamo The boa.rd of d1rectora of the J...oae In addilion t< the normal lea(flle StarVollryball Auoci&tion recently feeito beannouni.i latf'rJ any play announe«I plan• for its winier erwu•hm1rtoplaymeitherofthedi­• Pnn1 lea(flle. ~ in the paat. 1he v111ion11 m1111t fint J<>Ln the Aaoci•· lea111e will siipport two divi .. ions, a hon by paymg an annual member Power Divi1ion for more advanced ~hip fl'<'ofS!"•. Thi•ftt,.iJlrnwrthe playen and a Recreation Divi .. ion 00«to!anew•let1ntokttpthemem for individualllwiehingtolramthe beraa .. areofupcommge-·enta •kill1 of wmpetitive volleyball fhe Lone Star Volleyball ClaMic What'1newwiththrleagueillthal Ill, an annual invitational tourna both divi•ion1 will now 1et to play ment which bring• tea.ma from on the 1ame day at the 1ame loca around the L"SA and Canada. ie lion. St. Thoma• Unive111ity l)'mna planned for eaater wttkend 11um will be the location for both di Anyone internted m pl11ying or vi11on11. The Recreation Divi1'ion learning to play compeutivr volley will .play from 4:00 p.m. until 6:15 ball•houldcallJeffat!ili9-1707 p.m., with the Power Oiviaion con -Billiards registration tinuin1 from 6:JO p.m. to 9:JO p.m Re1i•trat1un for the 1991 .ea.on of A1ofJan.6,theleagueillholding theHuost<inMetropohtan Billiard• OJ>l'nplayforbothdivi11ion1.contin League ,..ill be held thi1 ,.ttkend uin1 throu1h Jan. '17. Actual compe- and Tue.day F1nit re111•tratiun will tilion for both divi1ion• will brim bf held from 2:005:i.K) p.m. Satur Feb. 3and play throu1htheendof day, Jan 12 at P1111t Time; ..econd May "'jo(Utra.uon. :!:OU- 6:00 p.m. Sun Six team• will make up !hf' Power day. Jan. 13 at C'ousm11, and the fi Divi1ion. while the Recnauon Oiv1 nal re11111tratm ,..111 be from ":OO Il:U p.m. Tuesday. Jan at thl" Rlpc>rd Th .. first nijt"ht c~ Jeagi play 111 Jan.t!:I -Cycling Club activities Cycling m Houston hllll come into the ne,.· year with a few change. 1n the only Ho11ijton cycling dub for jt"ay men and women. The original n11mr of the dub. "The Ridere and Roltere:· haa been chanaedto"The Cham Gang." And. ,.·bile it ttmain• in cloee a1110Ciation with the Hou• tonOutdoorGroup.theclubianow entlttly se\f-aufficient. Nothing in thr goaleofthedubhaachanged, however: it ,.·a.eatabliehed to pro­videaplaceforgaymtnandwomen whoenjoycydingtomeetothergay cycli11t.aandahare1hrfunofriding with friend11. Theclubh""t11SO.plu1 mrmbe111andi111tillgruwin1 The Gang hu ··cruiffl" (IOcial rideel t,.iC"l'a month andtrainina rides rwry weekend. Cru1- arede­• igned for any kind of cyclist. and areriddena1apa<"t'thatens11retno one•leftbrhind.Allcrui-11rrled by club offiC"Pn. Or• If ''"thin cil)" imit.ii.andrequiren•,•petialequip. mtnt or phy1ical oond1t1oninK !\-!emlwrawhopreferthi•ty·p.ofnd• tirrkno"'n .... t:..,yHiden Tramina: ridl'tl are held ._.ery wHkend.They·regenera\lybl-tw"'n 35and 50mile.lung.andreqaLre well-maintained bicyflu and enou1hfitnneontheridl'l"0lpartt< mamtamaatf'adypaceofatle&11tl: mph. Clubmemhl'r1 who participatf' in the-I' ridet are known aa 'Chain•mnken'' Nomountainbikerideahavebeen hrldaayet.butthereareplanetodo &omrinthelatterpartofthewinter The group'• mountain bikera are a vocal lot. and are affectionately known a1 Rou1h Rider• The Chain Gang event.a iKhedulr forJanuaryi..:Jan.12-.. Headwind City"' Chain~moker ride. Meet.a at WeatOakaMallatl·li1hway6and Richmond, !U5 a m .. minimum di-'! tan«· :!.5 mile1. Mmlrnum pa~; 15 mph Bike. mu111 be in good condi t1<>n. waterbottletand8nack•are unneceuary Hf'lmrta required Jan 13-"lntro to Chainemoking." Meeu at Wnaht Bro.. Bicydf' Company on S Braf'8wood, 10:00• m.Goal: 18mile. -'It a 1trady paice ofl3-14 mph with one break. The l"()Ute followa the Brae. Bayou Bike Path. Helmrtoi BH recommended Jan. 19-"The Lo.t aa Helen All To11r:"Meet11attheHeavenparkin1 lot.IO:OOam.Thiai1acruu1eridede- 1igned to get evrn natJve Houetonian11 Joat aa ... wrll. Twenty mileaatarelaxedpacewithlouof breaks Jan. 20--"Headwind Ci1y;'same aaJan.12. Anyone who i• not on theclub'11 mailina liet who plane IO a11end • ride1hou!dca11Marlonat5:zs.3401, incaeetheridrh .. iobecanceledfor an}' reaeon.Marloni11l&0thecon· ltlct for informauon about club evenu and other detail• about the Chain Gang I WANT YOU! 1·900·LOVE·MEN PEOPLE, LTD. • 95c PER MIN. • $2.00 THE lST Mon- n5. \- " ~~~ "- trose H "' l:. <! Q ~ "' Voice a uJE~TM£1MER- Bar- ALA AM.f\ Zaar O"U'"TP 'OST R!C:..HMO/JP In this section . . 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LEAVE YOUR omv CONFESSION Call 1-212-754-6454 HOT ACTION NIGHT & DAY 1-900 1-900 HOT- 646- IV,IALE tf ARD JUST THE WAY YOUUKEITI TELEPHONE J.0.ACTION t1 o ~ • Hll'IOh-ot 1-900 535- 1990 ALL MALE AU THETIME FRI lAY. JANUARY 11. 1991 MONTA >EV< "':E !I I;: " ; . --1':ef1C.. ~\'ONP.\LE • Ar-hJM IA...'esnlErMEJZ.. N.:n"-. THE BACK ROOM Private Fantasies Steamy Back Room Action 1-900 535-6969 7b Leave Thur Ou:n Fantasy Call 1-212-754-6454 Free-Lance Graphic Artists Wanted Community Pubhshong Company seeks free-lance artists to prepare gay-themed chpper·style"adlayouts We are now workmg on Mardi GrasandValentme·soay events Layouts should reflect theseeventsfromagay perspect1ve(i.e. aVa1entme·1 layoutm1ghtshowgay men holdmghandssurrounded by hearts).Comeupw1thyour own ideas Workcanbe1nany medium Subm1trough·sketch1deasor completed art work to Jerry Mulholland.365Cana1.su1te 2300. New Orleans. LA 70130 (504J 524-1408 Or to Henry McClurg. 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 j713) 529- 8490 We will pay per piece $25andup. Possibly way up Your work w•ll be used in lhe Crescent City Star, the Montrose Voice. TeJ<as Gay Press and as part ot our phOto andar1c11pperserv1cetoolher gaypubhcat1ons Community Publishing Company seeks an Advertising Director to over1:1ee 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. Mail Order Film DeveloPllii from Communibl Photo Lab "Dl\XS60NOftofltf'llUNCTY PUIUSHIHG COMPANY Voucantrvst~rfllmwlttl UL We're DY community CNMd Ind Ol'el"llted .. BASIC IN.STORE RllTES fltKtllM develoP and Print 41C6'1fromcok>rPrlntrollor 12txP.$5.'5"9',d lK$6.49. 24tx11.S9.lt.l6C1111.Sl2.lt If desired. 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FOR TEXAS AREA CODES ••• ~ ~ ~ ~ (214) ·:J (806) }.] (409) .'.!I (817) ~ (512) 2:1 (915) 2rJ (713) .'1J in your area • Separate '·onnetlions in your area code • Bulletin Board11 • Dateliae / lntroduuions • $2.00 Per minute MOUNTAIN BIKING GWhl 4".w ... 1sto....Cot"' Giii o!O "'°""te•nD<k·"9'"°""""''o"•e<111Qf _..""'.,.., .... ~...,.. ··--·, l10Cn•M•M 0"·•-on'Y.<><><•IVSl•MI ==~=·==eaRepty SENSUAL YET SENSITIVE LATIN MEN WANTED Fc·•poM•bit'rel.lhonst>•phlutl•ke!Q ••sa.cu<ld ... t>e...,,....h,.. •n•oMl9M• tie gooCI IOOk•"ll· """"UhM •ncl •O<n••'ll"' .O...mte11C.1un GWM )4y" old.Dll<:k N1<1.eyH-mou.lt1<:neS..nou•....., .-on1y1aspe>n<:1•"t11pnone.1e11.,•t1111 OflH(:lu!eRaop<ylOAa~.c.o Me>nl<OMllO«:• THINKING OF BECOMING A GAY MOTHER OR FATHER? ~~ ;:~1~0~.~~~';;.':~~:'.~~nny tu•fO!l•C)'PQM•b•l•l•w,tlt g•ywo""n c:on-•"lli>f.'tntl\OOdW0<>1dalOOl,ke 1ost•rttupp0rlll"'"pw•tne>1n.,;ay..­cona• def•"!la!te<n•1 .. emetnociaot ::::::~:c~~:~~·n"'c!"~"' PIMM•epl)'toi\d~ LIGHTNING BOLTS WILDLY ACROSS THE SKY M.ct>MI Tne•tlS. '""'-"'*'! .. ••luh•• than "OW At l<Q•'· >Q D<>•IS .... I ~yk<OM tneokyd'leMu,.,,.,.I" •11•- y,,_..,.no•1r•<gnt ,,...·••Lii .-.IOl'<>W,..tu•e.1oget 11t!\u•t "°"'I'<" Ot•«I GBF SEEKING FRIENDSHIP WITH OTHER GF Come on ot.,., dosc•et•· _ care!•" ,~h.Jn-•""·"llGflehDt :::::~ ~.~.·.~·~~.:!~ ;..";:'im t~eaotdr'""'lltoM~•OMat .. •ncl ""''"''11-•'•"•<>odotnewlr•­Wotetometndlel•; e•IO!lel.,., Reapondi\d2~-~7. oM< '>Mii• Cl GWM SO'S, PROFESSIONAL, STABLE LMdtgooCI'''-· ... 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Trust al your hunches. msp1rahon and seemingly wild. crll.ly ideas T'l rus An argument that you've been havingw1thyoursetl•Sthema1n vent nght now This problem could even become something ol an o:ibsessron 11 you're not carelul Bemg careful should mv.1lve turning your attention elsewhere-like towards eomeone else, who·s ready to he•::i Gemini W1thalotofw1lland determination. you could do a good bit of sell·1mprovement now.w1ththerestolyourhlem good order. you can turn your attention to apart ol yourself that needs taking care ol. Take care• Be your own therapist and friend Cancer All of that pos•t1ve energy you've been putting out comes back to yoo 1n the form of advancement promotion. a raise. Thongs m your work and career are taking an upward turn. Aelat1onsh1ps ·1th co-workers will beexceuent Involvements wrth supet1ors could be intense Leo Something that looks absolutely perfect could be 1ust the opposite. 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Comedians, Anything You Want $75 in Cash Prizes MC: Rikki O'Shea F~tOAV IANUARV MllNTRO:iE IJ( ICE 13 Give me some HEAT! ~ '* nd"-arpro1«>ea~ .. llu)'1- ·•lhe<•le-gotyat)'< 11c•· .. :•1o>l 10<1e..-c!y....,1l1heyr• • wha11umi.....,011.l'nd9•~)°"thelrpri11•tephonenumbersio,. .. u 1co Uoctlhem"'llnl 1 .. aylorl>O!"- j LEA:rHERMEN ,}J CROSSDRESSERS Agency says police acted properly to break up demon­stration SA!\' f'RAi>,;CISCO •AP!-A ~~~iln~r:~~fa~a;t:::i~~r:I'::o-cedure. by undmg 150offi<'l!n to breek up an AIDS demon•t.retion mthecity'•Ca.t.roDislnctmore thanone)'Hrago COMMEl!CLA.l MEMBEI Fridays: Male Review llpm MC: Cassandra Landa Wednesdays: Steak Night 6pm New Male Dance Contest 10:30pm MC: Rainbo de Klown Tht findm1 by the Orfice of Cit· iztn Complaint.I has disma)·ed membersofthele11biansndg11y communuy end Mayor Art Ainos whoaaidJan. 2that ··the police ~=: w .. n't nght for San Fran The <kt. 19~ pohce action wa. widely criticued eftn offi<"l"rl m notgearw~acrusedbythrtt dozrnprt>pleofuMma:exc-1ve for~ to bre.k up the demonstra uon. Police marched through 1he pnmarily gay ne11hborhood. ur denna: protest.en and onlooken offthe11dewalka•ndmtohomN, ban•ndothrrbu1m-for morethanhalfanhour LetiterOlm1t.ead·Ri."4!,al{ay =~~ ~e ~:~~~d~~~~~ t~!'"to watchd0j:a11encydidn'tfindfault b~~~c~~~ 11he~Pt~:~~hC:~ihood .. h~':~~on1tration wu organ ized by the AIDS Coelition to Un le&1h Power, aa-roupknown a. ACT UP, which wa. protesling rovemment pohciM on Acquired Immune l.lefkiency Syndrome The Office of Citiien Com· pl!unt.lsaid police shouldn't have sent110manyofficeninl<>theare­a, accordin11 toa ll'lter.enl to one cumplamant, Bnan Brirogardner Butthelll{encyN1-1d pohcehan dledthe .. tuationproperly "Wehaveprehmmarilyfound ~7~tr~:~~':J:r",h;";:::na~d reeulationaoftheSan Franrisoo Poh<'I! l)e~rtment," wrote the a1ren<'>'1d1rectorM1~hael I.anger Gay rights on Conn. General Assembly's 1991 agenda HARTFORD. Conn IAPl---A $:.1.:.1 ~~~;~ .. ~~~~! ~=~~-1: !:~~:'b:.i tht' General A»embly will al"o 1pend 111·11eral awkw11rdday1de­batin1flwo moreemotional topica lllt'xanddeath Astheyha11eforadl't·ade.11ay nghtaact1v11taar('p1.11hin1ffora c1vilnghtabilltoprotecthomo­. exuala, whil .. cunlll'rvauvftlare lobbym(ffora11trongerd('alhpen ahy Agay-n11ht11b1ll.amt'a•ure thathubeendefeatedfo11rumtw smoei!IM;l,appea.rst.ubegammg •11~E;:~ :C: lti~h•rd Tubaano. I) Rocky Hill. co-chairper"on of the (;eneralA-mbly'1JudiL"tary Cumm1tttt,S111dheplanetowork w1thCatholir("hurchlt-adenl• draft.a<....,ptablelanguagf fora 1ay·r~ht11bill Grabarz. U-lindgeport. When he publiclyproclaimedhishom09U­ualityinDecember. GrabanN1d ~~~ :~:e!f•::;;:~k/'ne11.:;i:'tt~~ gay-nght.. bi!: TheSenateha•e1ghtnewmem· ben. ind11din11 George Jepeen. D· Stamford.whos11pportedthegay nght11 bill while in the Ho11u B11totherlawmakenv.hoha11e ~f;~n~~~le;t;l~!:dnr:~ t;::. right11bill Cuomo criticized for AIDS spending by Gay Men's Health Crisis ALBANY. NY. (APl-Onaofthe nation'amoatprominentadvoc•· ~!Y~~~1fobe~~11'n~~h ~. o. s MarioCuomoforleadenhipthat hehwin'tpro11idedyet 'Thie year, a. many Amencan• ron11ideryo11rpotential for nation alleader11hip.we"llbewailmgfor you to lead the1tate toward the expanded AIUS progHm• New Yorkneedtto111rv111e,"T1mothy s .. ·eoeney,e:i:l'("utivtdil"1!C"torof Gay Men·· Health Cn•u1. said at •J•n.7nev.·11ronference Cuomo1Mcon•1deredapoten1Jal l\l'!l:.IDemocrat1c pree1dent1alcan didate The l\'ev. York C1ty·bued GMHC, the country'• larK•t AIDS HrVice 1rroup, .aid Cuomo hpn'teffectivelyp111hed for in ctta.lledfederalfunding,h .. pr~ vented needed AJDS relief money frombeingepentandhun"td~ liveredontwo-year-oldprom1- Theattack cametwodar.sbe­foreCuomowa. todehverhisan nual StateoftheStateaddreu Lruityear's11peech,a11we\la. Cuomo'selectionnilfhtpartyin November, wa. d1u1.1pted by dem on11tratonfromthemilitant AIDS gro1.1p ACT UP Cuomoprf'llaMCretaryAnne Crowley Jefended Cuomo ae a 11t.rongadvocateforacq1.1ir«lim munedeficiencysyndrometreat­ment. researchandeducetwn Shl'11aid hea\way•mention• AIDS in freq1.1ent •Pft'ChN cnu cizmgalackofstateaidbythe federal government "Thegnvernorha.beoenoneof thestrungl'jltadvocatmon behalf (>( 11tate government. with reepect toAIDSfundinKand federal fonding in general." Crowley u•d :-.;ew York haa more then :t2.000 AIDS cuee, about a quarter of then•llon'•total Thursday & Sunday Tuliun<>lutyearh .. lpedtum am11ndm1t1alc:-hur<·hoppo1ulion toa hate crimes bill th•tprohibit edmt1midauonbaM"<lonrace.re­lilflon, ethni<' barkgru11ndorsex11 al onentatum The Man of A Thousand Faces Mr. Rikki O'Shea brings to You aa~:r,t~t~~ bilit~:ii~=~ t~~ when theyfightthi1year fora banondiB(Timinallvnaga1nHtho­m( Nlu_uah1in ho11HLnJ1andem ployment Swto>ney M81dCuomohaa failed to make a "high-profile" lnpto Waahingtonwpuahformorefed eralAIDS~pending. Heallll.l wikl'd "where were the headline. announcing Governor C11omo'• protet1t11T' when Con(rfflC11td1'­a11terttliefforAIDS ·plag11edcit· Pa111i B.J. Summars Illusion 90's featuring MC Rikki O'Shea With Special Guest: Susan Showtime1 Opm-Really! Reservations Welcome Open 7am Happy Hour 7am-9pm Patio Open Daily StevenGavron. co-cha1rpeuon oftheConntctitutl..ellb1an&Gay Anli-Violence Pro1ect.1aid pH· 11a11eofagay-nghta bill would be animportantateptuendingdiN· cnmmalLonagametthegaycvm munity ·Thefactthatl{ay men and le.­b1an1areden1ed fullrivil riahll protectwna("('<lrdedothercitizen1 fllrthttin~a-thl'lrvulnerabil· itytocrimNandviolenot. Ga•·ron .. 1d. ~without a gay right11 bill m th1111uite. we are nut even . on an equalba11111with othn-communit1NOOVf'!'edby h•te crimN law~.· (.'hangNmtheLelfielat11rtand anew1overnurmayincre-the chanl"M for a aa~· nght11 bill thia )'t'&r Wt1ckerhas~upportedga)· nahll Outgnmg Guv Wilham A O'NeillmadenoM'CTflofh;.op. ~':~'~e~~~~ 1,~~~t1<>n dunng The llo11KI' will have:.11 ne"' membt'r11. 1ndudm11 three who took 1ht11eataheld by the m.-t v0<·aloppunenL11ofjl'.aynghta­• late Rep•. \111.0 Mazza. l}Wl'jlt Haven.AnthonyNania.RCa naan, and Franci•O'Neill, R Guilford And the llouKt no" ha~ 11.11 first 01• .. nly1raymember.RtpJ0Heph •·Jmaginetheoutcrythat would ha11eoomefromC•lifornia'agov emorifSan ~·ranciacohad toe.en deniedaiditwaadueafterthe earthquake," Sweeney said Asked whether Cuomo or Re­publican Pret1identGeorge B11sh would betteraervepeoplew1th AIDS, Sweoeney Hid, ·· I'd like to hear a lot more from the both of them" Cuomo"1adminietrationhu ~rJup;r~f.E~a~~;M:~ 1pendingwouldbee:i:emptfrom b11dget c11tbacks, Sweeney said l\'ew York fa<'ft a budget deficit foritaCllrrent 6-cal year that Cvmptroller Edward Re(ran eeu mateerouldreachll.4billion Sweeney said $1'.1.3 million m IP. ~:/nnta:!n~~~['j~~~~t,!1:.t yeanhadbeenimpoundedby1he (.'11omoadmin111tration.Themon ey.di1trib11tedbythe•tate'1 AIDS ln11titute, wa1 expected to begivento11ariouscommunity outreach program• Additionally,S:.llmillionm AID. '. i Jnstit11teapeoding wa. fro. zen attheendofOctober11part ofageneral11topp•ymenton •tateagencyoontracta•ndgr•nll becau~e of the b11d1fet deficit Smcethen.abo11tSl million ha. be<-n u~ed. s,.·eeney aaid ~r'~ Friday & {J{ Saturday 6C8 Westhe1mer SHQWTIMf 529-8813 -1 14 MONTROSE. VI ;e_ --RIDAY. JAN1JARY -- 19<'" California death row inmate in slayings of homosexuals loses appeal WASHINGTO!\ 1AP1-A •rial killerwhom1.1rderedfo1.1rl~11An -------- :e/f:~:~tht~~:id~d~~C:!~~n ~ - ]oat a S1,1preme (;01,1rt appeal U~RTf R . l mi::~::~':i:r~;~,.7J;;:~·,::~'::,1 mau Donald Miller received a fairtrialandaprope r llf'nUn« Mil\er wuconvictedoffo1,1r m1,1rderaandfo1,1ratUmptedm11r den committed from May 19~ to f-"eb.191H.Proeec11tor11•aidallor Miller'avictimawerehomc .. u11 HOUSTON All Male Cinema ,,,,... ---.... / " I \ t ·PLUS \ I sECOND I I FEATURE/ / Hl/(>trtfytrfgly t>fl/'rl•Wll>f,1j' The~ gri17>1>1!flale:o1ml/it)l.,._ffr;efdrum11n.> >1ighl,,,..rtS<>mf!'allitrt1>1t/t.tN1gh: ,,...,J;;,/litdl'"1.lof11fi"nqrdtr,11s!nl1>1s ltn<'"""""'"'""'·"""'" ·/W:twn,··writeo J(Jiflrrr1>1rf1mest SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT Ston.,.byjdlM•Mahan - q;,nbooht<>l'ft, "''"-,>ti ~..:i and r.iurn,.ith your C:!<J..forS!ISO(~J)toorder ., al1whowerebeaun All b1,1toneoftheattackaoc­C11? Ted in the Wrst Hollywood •~ a of Loe Anlj'elea Co1,1n1y i~~;:,. ·:ri!\~!:~;":y~ ~:,, proM!C'llUon'Nltn-whohnked Milln-tothedealhofEm.,.w Ramirez._ Island Boys Simonson"s nude drawmg:. znd pamtings of the men of H?.wai1 reflect the natural sm~ua li iy ot the islanders, as well as the ~ic.w. easygoing rhythm of the tropics ISLANDERS by Douglas Simonson S20tllinboohwre orclipthi§.idandrl't1,1mwithyour chet:kforS21.00tpostpiiid)toorder . ALYSON PUBLICATIONS •<1dr.-: Ck-pt r-~: 40 Plympton St Boston.MA02118 Community Publlshln9 Company s-lu prof•a­slonol photo9raph•n who hov• photo1 for 1al• of male mocl•ls for varied us• In adv•rtls• m•nh and promotlon1. • Aclvertlllnt1 for aHort· eel clllploy cu:counh In th• Cre1eent City Stor, Montro1e Voice oncl Te:.01 Goy Pren. • Dl1ploy oclvertl1ln9 In other 9oy publlcotlon• thot 1ub1erlbe to our photo oncl ort feotur• service. W• ."re•·•1y·-.. 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Whdt Gertrude and Alire Jig for dul.'!' in Jit,·rarv ..alons and art l'\h1bi tiom, Johnnv \kAnJrrws. a ga~ American \~·nter, tal.l'S U'> on l wild and wl(l.cd romp thmugt th< decadent ~,J,•ol ram.tan hfe 'R<'plete with pknty ol p~nnint 'ar1tcr, Stl'iman parndv, t1111\ah"P trvsu betw .. ..:-n the mal<>charJ•\<'~ a~d a kw what thl' hl'll ar.ach roni~ms, this is a campv d< ght of 1 comicmvs!l.'rv 11,,,)!l,.1 THE CARAVAGGIO SHAWL l'iySamucl \1-St<-•ward S900inbtx1kstoro:s, ,rclip1h1sada!'ldwtumwllh~oi.; ieckf~ SIOWl-po!-lp.i1d)toord"r "' AL 'rSO!">< PUBLICATIONS o._.p r-.":-t01·:vmp10 :it ~°" \t.\02::1\ AIDS exclusionary rule would be dropped under Sullivan proposal WASHINGTO!'i 1AP1 H<-alth andHumanSt-rv1<·e.Se<-~tary Loui1Sul\ivan ha1t>ndurtf'd a propoHI 1.0dropinfection with thtAllJS vir111 from theli1tof :~~~::i~!n~11~u~e::r1~:L~~~~:ci Staie. Butnolinalded1iunha1bttn made on the maU.<-r ~auae Sulli van'1a1rency1tillmulti1t'tcom mentafromtht'StateandJu111ce ~i!:i:f~ :::r0~hjao:fi3ia\ who The official 1pokt' on conditic'n of anonymity Sulli•·an'aaction wa1madPpM- ~W11.~\!>~i!h1~:~::.:r~:f1=a tiunmakin11inf!'ctlonwi1hthe hllDlanimmunodPfi.ciency•·1r111, lr HIV. v.fai;h u11-AIDS. aut& mat1o;-gruundaforudusionfrom tht Uni~ States Theimm11T&tionbiUlt'ftt<>tht' a«rt"tarythedtci11onofwhethtt w drop HIV infrd1on fnnn tht' li•t of more than 30 d1-- that bar tntry to th.- cmmtry The Jut indudN1yph1J,., n1bercvlo.w 11 "~ .. ~~'b:i"/,.~~~~~ ~;"b;'J~r inillon infl'('tftiw1th HIV, but many J)N>pl•· mf...ctrd with HIV do not have AIDS, thoujth thl'y likl"ly will dl'vtlup it tvtntually Thtvm1.1iatranam1tttdgtner allythrou11h.exualcontactoru•t ofinf.,.·te<lblood Sulh•·•n hMaa1d hl' .aw no rl'a11ontoucludept"Upltofromthe Unit«! StalA:tl bt<:ai.u•e of AIDS. andhi.lactionJan.ahadl>t'l"n ""01"'1"a'm zen of an mternatiunal oonferen~on AIDS. hl'ld la11t ye11rinSan FrannltO:I. N'VLvrd theiHutbeaiUMl'ofworldw1dt· prea>iuretol'hmmau-thtlm-i7ex clu11onar)I pl'l'.>v1amna. The JmmilCfllliun and Naturali zat1onServ1«tw-actrdtod1· lutetheudu .. on. ltannuunced theavailabihtyvfa:i<klay waiv tr for people with III\' toattf'nd confett"ncn,gttmed1cal tre111 menl or vi1il family membeon. anditdtvelupedanew IU-day v1 aaf<n"l)l'(>pl•altf'ndmg~'i•nllfi :xmfl'l'tnceathatd1dnolntiu1re any1talt"ftl•nlofmff.c:tK,n St"vntheleaa. ronfnl'nct <>fil:llfl· 1unwen-011tr•icrd. SomtEurope­an irovernment.1 urxtd a boycott uftheCO'.lnf~ ... ,mtorxaniia tinn1d.idaoandthelntt-rnallmal AIDS s.aety, the ronfl'ttnn.• aponaor, 1a1dit would hold nu moreauchm.,...11njfamthellmted StatM if the provi1ions remaint'd onthshookM Hal"'ard t:nivtt~ity, ail<· ofthl 1!192conferen('t'.lhrl'RU-nedtu rtrup.t fthe rules were kept. But ifterPre111dl'tl.I B11Mha1gned the immigrationbi"theun>''l'l'S\ty ,-J1twould!i: ' id Four gay rights demon­strators jailed; 1 cited SACRAMENTO 1AP1-Pol.,-e ar r..,t...:lfourpeopleandciwda fifthJan7afterchantinagay nirhtademonstratorat ... ·i«inter ruptedGuv. PeteW1laon'1Be<'ond inaulfuraladdrelllloftheday S1t- David RanlK!m aaid three peoplearreswdatthl'Sscramento (;unvenuon Center and were bookedatth•countyjailon chargesofdi11urbingspublic meetmgandre11stmga1Te-t AfourthpeTaonwsstakl'nmto cuatodyforallegedlyd.iaturbinga public mtttin1 and for outatand ingtraffic warTant.1, Ran1om N>d Afifll pel'BlllWHiHuedad· tauun forllllf'llt'dly diaruptmga public m'9tmic and wu reie..N RanllOlllaaia W1l.onwu1 .. •-ornmtw1ceJan ·1, aftt-r r&n nnnfd plan1 for one :;e~ony ntheCapit<J'afrunt if:woktheo11th1hortlyaftl'I' 11:00 am. before about/WllJ people mtheCapitolrutunda.Uut1id1. ontheram-Mwrpt1trpa.adonn demun•tratoraproll'tltfdtht>l'S 1fovernmenf1mditarypreat-nl.'1'm thePt'nianGulf.holdinll' placardaand1ho111Lna. 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M.•lng.ilCl<lfl'<l oo 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· Open24Hours 16 MONTROSE VOICE FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1991 Anderson Prize Foundation announces first Stonewall Awards honorees The Anderson Prize i''ounda­tion honored three individuals for their contributionfl to the gay and lesbian community by awarding each of them with the foundation• firet annual Stonewall Award and a per­sonal check for $25,000. The re­cipients were announced at a pre88 conference Wednesday, Jan. 9 in Chicago, where the foundation has its office The Anderaon Prize Founda­tion, eetabliahed by Paul An· deraon of Chicago, aims to fo­cus public attention on individ· uala who have contributed time, energy and reaources to­ward the concern& of the gay and lesbian community. This year, the Stonewall Awards were presented to Mar­tin Delaney of Project Inform in San Francisco, for his ef­forts to provide AIDS patients not only with more treatment options, but with the quality of hope; Thom Dombkowski of the Howard Brown Memorial Clinic in Chicago for his founding of the enormously successful Chicago House and Social Service Agency, a group of hospices for AIDS patients, and Urvashi Vaid of the Na­tional Gay and Lesbian Task Force!NGCTFJin Washington, 0.C. for her national grass roots leadenhip to advance the full range of gay, lesbian righU! Beginning in 1991, the Foun­dation intends to honor indi­vidual achievement in the gay and lesbian community each January. ''Achieving goals through hard work and deter· mination has always been a part of our American charac­ter. The same holds true for the gay and lesbian community, and I feel privileged to pay trib­ute to a select group of'heroes' this year, who have achieved so much on our behalf:' said Paul Anderson, founder. The Anderson Prize Founda­tion donated a total of $75,000 to expre88 the appreciation of the gay and lesbian communi· ty for the hard work ofthetie in· dividuals. There are no stipulations or requirements on how the money must be u"'d The foundation is a non-prof­it charitable and educational organization, established to acknowledge and reward indi­viduals whose activities have improved the quality of life for the gay and lesbian communi· ty. r:ach year, the awards will be made to individuals in a broad range of endeavors in­cluding scientific research, medicine, education, social services and the arts, regard­less of sexual orientation, race or ethnic origins, age or gender. HIV panel names representative for 'gay at risk community' The HoU11tt>n Atta HIV Health by County Judge Jon Lindsay to Servic:e11 Plannini(l'ouncilwue• meet requiremenui of the Ryan pected on Thursday. Jan. IO to an- White CARE Act, and recently nounct> iui fm1t 1p«:"ifiC' repraent- hoeted a community forum togain ati\·eofthe'"(layatri11kcommuni input for the panel at the Metro- 1ty:' Maurict>•Mo1Jonu. polii.n Multi-5ervice Centei. He Jone., preeident of Body Poe1· confirmed thil week he had been tive. Hou11ton. wu already .erv- aaked to represent gay1 on the jng on the panel, which waa wt up panel JonN appointmenl markl the fir1ttimethegayatri11kcommuni· ty hu had a11pec1ficrepretienta ti\·e on any C'ity or county panel dealing with AIDS. 1aid Gene Harringtan. pretiident of the AIDS Equuy llague. The AEL hu fought to have gay1 repreeented on AIDS deci ion makinK panelri including the Greater H1,u11t1on AIDS Alliance Harrington sa.id the Equity League had IM.'nt a letter to Lind· 1ay'1 office after the panel wi 1 named. alikmg that the conC\'rnl of the gay at risk community be represented directly. He added that Hoollton city councilmember Eleanor Tinaley had alao M'M a Jetter k> Lindliay, 1upporting the orwani1ation'1requet1t The pane\"1 ne11.t 1eheduled meetma• a~ 5:00 p.m. Thursday. Jan. 24 and 2:00 p.m. Thursday. Jan. 31 at the Greater HoU11ton AIU:-) Alliance. ~15 Thomas Stro!'t Six activists sentenced for disrupting mass Community groups plan activities for Inauguration Day NEW YORK <APJ~-Six AIDS ac· tiviatt muat perform community aervice11apuni1hmentfordi1rupt· ing aeTvice. at St. Patridf1 Ca thedralonl>ec!O.l!fl\9 The1ix,whowere1entenced Monday.Jan7,couldhavebeen 1entenced toup1.<.111• month1in jail Manhattan Cnmmal Court Judge JoAnn Ferdinand, who convu:udthe11:i:r-.'ov !laftel"a non·iurytri1l.l•tthemgoonthe C'Ond1uonthatfourofth.-mlf\ve 70 hour. of community ... rv1ce withtheMayor'aVoluntaryAc- ~o~ 76r.~·.~dthi:a;r~j~r ~-erdinandconvicud theacliv iatt.whocall<'dth.-mwlve1the '"SafeSe:i:SUF:,"onchargnofdil­rupunga relilf1011111e1Viceand du•orderlyconduct. She al.aeon· victedfiveofthemfortrnpUll, and four for rni•tmg arreeL m~f A11~>.~C~7i~o~n~ U~f:.':h Power <ACT l:P) and Women'• HealthAclionandMobihzation (WHAM). were amonl( 4:J arTMted and acrull«I of d1~ruphn111ervic­e1 by throwin1f eondom•. lying downmtheai~ln.chainmlf themulvn t.o pew1, and other dia· orderlyacta Thedefendant.1 .. id thtirdem on•lrallonwutoproie.tthepo1i lion• of the Roman Catholic Chun:handJohnCardinal O'C<mnur on AIU~. abortinn, con dumu!M'and birth control They 1A1dth....-1)(>'1lion1arekillin1 pe<A~:!;.,,ed to•peak befor.-IK'n tenc1ng. allofthedefendanttlftid they did nutll'f'la fairtnal,did notretrrf'lthedemon•trauon. and wouldconunu,.civildi.abedienot agaim11thechurch'1poaih11naon •1tu11lmat1'Tll The Texas Human Rights Foundation, along with the Austin Lesbian1Gay Political Caucus and the Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby, are planning a pre-inaugural reception for gay and lesbian people who will be attending or perform­ing at the inauguration of Gov· ernor-elect Ann Richards The reception will be held fo]. lowing the "Texaa Our Texas" inaugural gala event, from 9:30 p.m. until midnight M,on· day, Jan. 14 at the Austin Hyatt Regency Hotel, Hiver· side Drive at Congress Avenue. Aleo, say capital insiders, it has been suggested that gay men and lesbians who wish to attend one of the inaugural balls on Tuesday night (Jan 15) attend the "North Texas Ball" at Erwin Center. Local groups in Houston and Austin are also said to be organizing contingents to march togetht>r in the scheduled "Poople's March:' (For more information on inauguration events being organized by gay/lesbian groups, call the Texas Human Hights Foundation at 1-800- 8:l8·6417 or the Houston Gay1 l.f'tibian Political Caucus at ."):.:!1-1000). A Gay Man's Guide to EroticAdventures and places are not even known by most local gay men. and ~ton I Montrose \Ocel For• umple copy, or to subscribe, m•ll the coupon below with your check or money order. Or, call us (have your credit card handy! at ( 7131 52CHl206. Full color, sexy Conquest of the Month In each Issue. (The phOtos 1n each 1SSL1e are a~ v..orth the pnce.I ~ a subscriber. you also become a correspondent. Your advice about places you've been wlll be greatly appreciated. Cancel anytime and recerve a full refund for the unused portion of ~r subSaiption. Allrlght ..• show me. Agency approves anemia drug that could benefit patients WASHir-.'GTO!' 1APf-The Food and Drug AdmimMtrahon on Jan 2appro\·ed adrugthatfilfhttthe anemiathEltforce ... ,mepeopte with AIDS or AIDS-related oondi tionatoE1bandonlife-prolnni(ing AZT therapy The drug. Epoet1n alfa. a genet ically engineered form of the kid ney protein erythropmetin,1timu IE1teatheproductionofredblood cell1. AnemiEI 1sa11horta11eofred cell1 About60percent t.o~Opercent ~~:U~f;~j.i:;:,1 At1~SnSr~!r,. proved by the FDA. become ane­mic and could benefit from the newtreatment.18idofficial1at Ortho Phannaceutical• Corp., one oftwocompanintha1willmar ket the drug Manyofih-peoplebe<:ome.o anemictha1the)·nt<!'dre11ular blood trandusiona or are forced t.ogive~ptheA"Crthnapy The I- DA appruv<'d Epoetm al fa foruHmpauentawithchromc renalfailureinJuntl~9. AtthattLme.wi11lethedru1(1 eff«t.1 with AIDS and AILlS-rt-­lated conditiona wert 11t11J bem11' 1tud100.theagencyalmoe:i:panded 11cce811t.o Epoetm alfaforpauentt on AZT,alaoknown a• zidovudine. Then.-wtreatmentha•ft>wad ve111E'reactiona.M<.9tfrl'quently reportedarefever.he11dad1tt.and f11tigue, theFDAaaid Amgen lnc.of1'hou1111ndOak1. Calif .. willmElrketthedrugunder 11n&JtTeementw1ththetlantan. N.J -ba11ed Ortho Pharma~.-ut> calli.Amgendidmuchoftheim lial1<·orkmdevelopinlf erythropo1etm,wh1leOrtho1pon 10r<'d thechn1C8l tnal1andex pandedacoea.ofthedrugfor AIDS patientll. Amgen will market the drug un derthe1.radenameE:po11en. and Ortho1<·dl m11rketit urdnthe name Procrit. the FOA •aid Woman robbed of money she collected for AIDS shelter BUFFALO. KY. tAPI ·A woman whohadcoUectedStiOOforare.1 denceforhomel-AIDSpatitntt wa1robbedofthemoneyandp1c· ture.ofher1on,whodiOOofthe dill<'Bll<'tWO)le&UalfO "Th~earethin"athatlcan't replacethath~gaveme:· Phylh1 Bucello,50, 1&1dJ11n. :.!ofthe pho1.<.1graphaher11onhad11'ivtn her. '"I JUMt feel ternble. iu•t tl'rri ble"' On New Year'• Eve. Mr1 Bucelloanda fri.-ndooltt<'ted money from heraon"1fr1endl and otherpatro1U1whowerecel.-brat ingthehohda)' in a downt<own bar that Mn. Bucello 1aid ia pop­ular w1th hom<>9f':i:uail. ·tdidn"t botherwcountthe mone)'whenllefttht>pla('lf';it waa WO much money."' 1aid Mr1. Bucello, .. ·hotatUnated that1ht hadcollected811muchu$t;OO. "1'herewere..,memmwhogave me a 20. a JO. Thia ill why I feel 90b11d. They wereverygenernua. Theywerel(eneroua,andthey "·ere nice'" Mn.Bucellu1S1dlheanda friend left a re1taur11ntat abt>ut 1250a.m.Jan. I When they atoppedtotalk1.<.1anotherfriend. when a m11n M,... Bul't'llo to the ground snatchOO herpunte ""Allloouldthinkofwa.. "That donation mone)'-oh, my God, the Benedict Hou..e money, 1heRBid Mn.Bucel101S1dthemoney w111 for Benedict HouKe. two houf!efl where eight tennmally ill res1denta with AIO!i hve. The 1helterhadauthoriz<'dher1.<.1col lectmoney,RBidactmgtxt<'Utivr direetorJudithSkretny The Ton11wanda womEln also !011tirreplaceablephotul{Taphaof herson.JOlf'ph,whodi<'dofac· quir<'d1mmunedl"ficiencyMyn. drome at age :.1.1'1 m Utt. 1988 ·1t11ho"·<'dhim terminal\,)' ill Theyweren'tpicture1you wantl<.l put on di·p~a)'. but I w11nt<'d t< keepthem. llldMr1 B• lit State delayed Medicaid benefits for AIDS patient CHARLESTON. w I/a ~AP) -An adm1n1strst1~e heanng oU•citr hU ruled thatWestl/1rg1n1s 1mprop­erly delayed gr11nt1ng Med•ca1d benefits to a Kanawha County man with AIDS. a Charleston newspaper reported Saturday Dec. 29 The man, 1denhhedonly by his 1nit111lsJ.S by TheCh11rles1on Gazette. applied for a Medicaid card in December 1989. but wasn't gtven 11 unl•I May 1990 one month before 1t was set to e•pire. said Arla Ralston. a par11- 1egs1 who represented J.S. lnl•ndings dated Dec. 14 hearing olhcllf Aon Woodl u.1d the state Departmant ot Health and Human Rasourcn ·took an unreasOflablelengtnol t•me·· 10 note thal J S. wa1 ei.g1b1e lor Medica•d. the newspa1 •r u.1a c'Jln lNemorl;l of -SOLOMON RAMIREZ Feb. 22. 1949"-Jan. 3, 1991 -BILL BASHAM ·Each one at the court. I believe. is aware you made a specoal contr•b­utong dollert111ce 1n h1siher hie I Hust you araawarethaltheyoung bird you rescued from Iha cootie cr8\11ce and pooled up its leathers chdgratefullyllyaway 6111 registered at Park Plaza Hos­P• lal on Friday night. Dec. 14. 1990. His neighbors were not1hed on Monday n1ghl. toUQw•ng. thal due to HIV comphcat1ons he had died and would not bt' re1urmng to his apartment-home Sis' 11 going to move into apart­ment No 9 now. wh•ch, she says. you told her clearly 1n her dream on Dec. 18 is quite adequate for one person. II you could talk to Sis through her dream from your new d1mens1on. 11 11 logical that you can teUusmore lw1lllisten.B1ll,Just1n case.Maria et al (·From your caring neighbors) -BRITT WEBER 1960-·1990 Wem1ssyoo,Bntt Join lnends and lam11y m a me­morial serv•ce al Bering Melhod•st Church. 1440 Harold. Saturday. Jan. 12. 1991 at 3.00 pm Dentist in AIDS case accused of using false names FORT PIERCE. Fla (AP) -A den11st gave a false name and oi;cupa11on to doctors treating him !or AIDS. contends a lawyer lor a woman who says she con­tracted Che disease from him during dental surgery Attorney David Eaton, who represents 22-year-old Kimberly Bergalls. made the anegalton Fri· day. Dec 28. during a hearing 1n her su11 against CIGNA Dental Healthol Florida Inc The insurer put the late Dr David Acer on its hsl ol preterred den11s1s to be used by the com­pany's clients Berga11scla1ms Acer transmitted the disease to her durmg a Sept 1987 v1s1t 1n which he removed lwo of her wisdom teeth ·one defense being raised 11 that Acer was told he could con­tinuetreat1ngpatients. · E11on said But Eaton said Acer. who died Sept 1. didn't even tell the doc· torstreat1ngh1mh1srea1name He said he was David John­son. a real estate developer. ao there's no way a doctor could have told him 11 was OK to CO• t1nuetrea\1ng pat18f'ltS. Eaton said The dentist d•ed tv.o days attar he wrote a letter to fo1mer pa­tients urgmg them to be tested lor AIOS. but expressing dOtJbts they could have caught the d•I· easefloml'l1m I consulted me<hcal experts on whether I should continua practicing dentistry. Acer hid 1n the 1euer '"The experts ad­vised me that as long as I fol lowed the gu•dehnes promulgat­ed by the Canter for Disease Control that l could sa!ely cont1nue1opracl1ceasadent1st and that I would not 1nlec:tmy patients Continental Nahonat America Insurance Co camedAcer"s$1 m1lhondenta1malpract1capo11cy which is me only anet ol Acer"s estate Attorneys tor bolh sides were m St Lucia County C1rcu1\ Court or Friday. Dec 28. for a hearing o whather Berga1o1· anorneys a•e entitled to examine Acer's ma<hcal records lrom the Val ans Adm i1strat1c n ioap1tal 1 M•am1 F~!JA'f JANUAAV 11, 1991. MONTROSE VOICE 17 'Misery' succeeds in bringing Stephen King thriller to screen t>"i lm r ... •i<·"u b) JA\ !Elt TAMEZ Th •. \f .. ,w .,.\·, ll•·a•n A""""I" t< 11 S!t-pht'11 Kmir and Holly"ood h&H" h11 la11·•t work. and llh<' .. di11turbe' limilly managed !<1 ml'Bh .• i,:-ain ~••t thalil ••noionl)' n<1t •nuth.-rM1..-ry 1rnt't' l~t!'• Stand b•· ~I•·· hn1 nu'-'f'I. but tht pajl.,.&rt'fi.Jlt'd with tht-rt' 1-n a nott-worthy adaptation uhan·mh<'I and th•· ran<:ur uf lllrttl of tmy ,.j Km1r"11 "·ork~ forthe KI'E't'n hft. Sht' he<:oml"I t•utra11..d wht·n 11ht Kin1(1 own t'ff<>rt.lt to ht' a pun-h~ the mo1t rt·cl"nt M111<'r)- 1crten .. ·ritH t"'Ma:>:1mum Over noHI to bl" nltaltd •nd di.a•Hft dnH:· -·pei St'mau·n··, have b<c;,n that l'aul ha11 killt'd ofl hn c-ht'r mi11tr11bJt. failuru: Thi11 ume. 111ht-d ht'rome. PauL1tunntd. wau-h though. under tht' 11uidrng hands of e1 s11 Ann1e'1 maniacal u1-awn dirtrtur Rnb Heiner and Jead1hertohurnhiuml}'<:Op}'1>fh1~ 11CTl"t•nwrltt'r William Goldman a n"" nn\"el. and 11ht' forl'el him to m1u1ttrful and riv .. tinic mo,·ie i8 the "'ntf' anoth ... r novel hnna"inic M1111·ry endre11ult ba<:ktolife Jn··M1~ry.''betlt-¥ellingroman<·t' nu..,eh11t Paul Sheldon tJame1 CaanJ hPR JUHl cnmplelt'd hu1 latest book Ht' Mmokn h1M t·...r .. momal <:igattt«' anddrmkKa11n11"legh1uofcham· p.a51netan1ualh .. hurepeatedwith evttynovt'l).Thi1time.ho.,.·ev .. r.the c.tt'monyllparti<·ularly11gn1fil'ant bt'<'sue with 1h,. novel, l'aul has ].,ft bt'hind the rvmant'f'genre and th .. beloved rharac«'r ht' CTHlted, M1M!ty Chlll<tam. Thil um,,. he hllll wntwnadet-plypt>,.,.,malac:cnuotof hi1youth llappythatthelitereryworldw1ll finally bl" mt<'tmg th .. real l'aul Shtldc•n. h('contentedly leavn hll remo1 .. mountamcabinhiichinthe Colc>r•duHock1ntodehvertheman UKTlpt to hi• publi><hf't Ht'ilenrou«' whenhilcar<:areen.1uffani<:yro.d and land1in a dit.rh t:nc· .. nllrious and nearly dead. l'aul i• retK"Ued by a stout. plam, 1\rong-willed .. ·um1n.AnnieWilkea <Kathy Batea)_ who nu!Mfl hi11 .. ·ound1 and brohn bonea. llaving regained con..ciou11nl'88, Paul learn• that Annie i1 hi• 11elf.proclaimed numlwr <>nt' fon_ She confe111e1 to havmgbet-ntraihnghimandproud ly di11pla}'11 ht'r11hrine-liktoolle<:1ion oflheMi11oerynovel11. Pai 1rt·liefandrt'<'overyare110<m A1 h11 rl"t:ovt•ry c-ontmut1. Paul pla}'11a!on11withthein11aneAnnie. 811he1trU11"11"lt11 lo find wa~·1of t'l<"ap­mg th• c-h.1kh.,. of tht' dt·mented woman Rob Hemer and William Goldman he\·eunceagamrollahoratedmne· atmganellCt>ptionalmotLonpi<"IUt'f'. Muwry:' howt-\'f't JI light year¥ away maub..tant'f'andatylefrom their prt'vioul work toir .. ther. ··Tb .. Pnncn.s Brid .. :· Goldman •vet.-<!~ m takmi the edlfl· off the nove wh1<:h .. ·uuCttthng\yjCt>ry.while 11till m111ntamm11 th. aura of dread andpanicthatPaulr-.Remer bnlhantly tranllft'f!I ~ .en.1bil tiet1ontothe1erttn. lleevoke1pow t'rflil performanrl'll from hi1 l'IUll anQell thr board, but ch1.,• amonic tt-·11f\ath)·Bate1 Batt-1ian••lhrn1111h"rtof1U1tound­ing In th1·bhnkofaneyt11h1• c-hangufromthet,>m·ernt'd.dotmg nunwtoarold.<:alculatmgtyrant 11 .. r1M·re.·nprl'll"n("(•i1thef'p1tumeuf aaini11termaU·mit}':alli11appart>nl \}'<:aim, but an unf'1111y rhord rt'· mam1in tht'tranquihty.Sh1·~teal1 ,.,-ery1ttnt·fromhE-rbNter·known ("<>-11t11r. and ~he de~t·rvt'1 an At·adl­my Award numinauun 'Mi11ery"u1thebt .. tt}'pf'ofhorror film.ltttmfieew1thoutl,win11"irr1-; l~ ... " k Th.am vie 11jlnat. l{l\'e tthrtt nd 11 half•tan1 -£dward Scissorhands Fcir
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