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Montrose Voice, No. 319-B, December 5, 1986 - File 001. 1986-12-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1137/show/1112.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 319-B, December 5, 1986
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Date December 5, 1986
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  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript HOME DELIVERY? ADVERTISING? Call (713) 529-8490 montrose VOICE Agreement Reached Over Democrat's Convention Issue News, inside - - HOUSTON WEATHER Friday night Mostly cloudy mild. low 50. light drizzle. Saturday Mostly cloudy and mild high 58. continued · ght drizzle. l'''J ~~a~~ 111 DECEMBER 5. 1986 ISSUE 319-B 1~;1~3 c___ _______ __, Hot Times Are Blazing in Montrose Elroy Forbes, inside ----- - - - ---- --- Alley Dips Into the 'Well' of Romance Bill O'Rourke, inside ------ ------ -- - - - Montrose Clinic Wins Battle with Former Landlord News, inside 'Celebration' Nets $12,000 for Omega House Hospice Sheri Cohen Darbonne, inside ---------- --~--- NOW IN THE MONTROSE VOICE: CAPTAIN VIDEO'S TV SCHEDULES DECEMBER 5. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 3 'Celebration' Nets $12,000 for Omega House Hospice STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D. By Sheri Cohen Darbonne Mo11tros1· Voic1· "("(•lt•hrntion of Life," a variety show fundrniscr that was put togrther in lt•ss than thrc>l' W(•eks, and held Thanksgiv­ing ni!.{hl at th(• Venture-Non Muin St., colll'<·ted ovl'r $12.000 for Omega House. Donations were still trickling in W<•cl twsday, J)('('. a. when club owners .Jim Dondsom and Steve Shimc•r prest•nb•d th<• prot·<•t•d8 to Michael Shuff. ext•rutivt• dirc·rtor of the• AIDS hospice. Shimrr, who also owns The HI I, announrt>d during the J)<'rformance that ht• would match every contribution of $JOOO and over. The largest on-hand donations. $2000 from LawrC'nrc• "Pooh ll<m" Wehster and $1 ,OW from Richard Shm•ffer, drew an additional $:lOOO from Shimer Al!-in, ,Jamt•.s MrKinle~· plf.'dged to donatt• n total of$2·100 to Omrg-a Housr ovl'r n ont_'·.vrar period lwj.!inning Dt'<-'. I, in inrn•mt•nt!-i of $200 p(•r month, accordinf{ to Larry Frazier, tht• show'.s pn>duc·c•r. Frazit·r. n longtime vt>tc•ran of Mont· rost• <'harit.v produdions, n•ft•rn·d to '·Ct•lf.•hration" as "a little• show that gn•w.'' lh• said h(• committNI to doing­tht · AIDS fundrais(•r whilt• drinking with a frit·ncl nt a "honky·tonk" on Fair· vit·w. " r wm: fr«ling-down after a frit·ncl hud ch1•d," Frazif.'r t•xplaim•d_ II<' and his t•ompanion hud both bt•t•n drinking for somt• timt• \\.:ht·n thP frit•nd qut•stionNi Frazin'fi n·l·t·nt lurk of invokt·mt•nt in l'hnrity work. "Ht• said, 'C'mon Larry. what havt· vou don<• lat(')y'?"' Frazit•r n•calll'CI. "I ~aid, 'Okny, wt>ll do a .show Thank.sgiv· ing night. I don't know wtwn•, hut wt•' ll do it.'" RPalizing ht• had mad<• a C'ommit m(•nt, FraziC'r approach<•d Doncha1m for ht•lp. I )onclsom offered tht• hnr for tht• show, Tht•n, Frazier said, st>veral popular entertain('r.s, impersonator.s, produ<" lion p<'<)plt• and other.s who were int<·r· c>st<-d W('rt' cnll <'d togethC'r for the fir.st planning m('{'ting on Nov. 10. And in ju.st over two weeks, the group put togethc•r what Frazier called "the most suC't't's"1ful event I'vt' ever bet•n involvt•d with ." Contributing to the show's sucC't'~!ol wa.s a .strong, overt pitrh toward tht• strnint•d t·motions of a hen•aved earing t.•ommunit.v. Po.ster-sizP photo.s of wc•ll known I loustonians ft•llf.•d h.v thr clrt•acl1•d clist•ast• hung in tht• har tht• night of tlw show. Tht• t•motion-c·hargt.•d sung- "That's \\"hat Frit.•nds arp For" Mayors Want More AIDS Education Funds SAN ANTCJNrOclrPr1- Propost'Cl n·so lutions t•ndors<•cl Mondav hv a t·ommit tt•t• of th(' National Ll'~lg'U0(' of ('it11•!", whic-h was to ht• ('Onsickn·d hy th<· gc•n nal m1•mlwrship Wcodnt·sdn~· at tlw annuul t·onn•ntion undt•rwav in San Antonio, rn111.wcl in topiC' fr;1m apnr tlwicl, povNty and unt•mplo~·mt·nl to taxation and tlw <'ongrt·ssional hudgt•t ing pronss. J\ n·solution on inn<'HSt'<I ft·dnal funding fur n•st•art.·h and l'<lu«nlion on AlllS was ohm proposr<l II adoplt•d. tht• proposals lwl'onw th1· hasis for llw lnli,::ut·'.s lohhying dlorts on urban is...,ut~ in I P.7 INTE.RNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMI1TED DISEASES AIDS/KS DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON., TUES., THURS, FRI. 8:30AM SPM OPEN SATURDAY 8:30AM4PM CLOSED SUN. & WED Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy 111000 Houston, TX 77027 621-7771 Xmas Tree Blues?? -,..;;.. Stt·t'<' Shimer, left, and Jim /)ond ... om flank Micharl Shuff u·ith a check for $12.000 to the Omf>ga House e Beautiful ff'{Q~~, sat a: Sun Varieties . /. JD 1 9 30-9il0 sto8 r N 5daO yps eIn I'~./" -'~· "1"l\"~' ~ CUstom Floclong wa.s s(•lc·t.'ll'CI as thC' sho\\-·'s finalt· Hra Z<'n tactics. maybe, but tht·y workt·d. Tht• audit·ncf.• opt•nf.>d tht·ir h<·arts and tht·ir wallet.s, and Frazier said wht•n tlw song wns pla~·ed a second timt', .. tht•n• Groups Reach Agreement on Convention Site Issue H.C'pn•sentatives of the Houston host committt•t• for the l)emocratic National Convf.•ntion and the "Commitlt'<' for a Democratic Awareness" reached a ten tative agreement this past week to work together towards certain mutual goals. Gene Harrington , an organizer of the lat!Rr committee, called his meeting with RuRsell Rowe "very productive ..• a major breakthrough in this effort." Harrington's group has been waging a vocal campaign to make the site sel('('· lion team consider homophobic ele ments in the Houston Chamber of Commerce in making its deci.sion on whether to bring the convention here Rowe, the asi·iistant host committee chair, has been quoted as saying that tht> conv(•ntion is being "held hostag-e" to tlH' demnnds of an activi.st fring-c• group. Slt•p.s agn•NI on during tht• Thursday, J)(•<· ·I, mt't.•ting w<•re: -A prm·t•ss will ht• dt·velopt•d to hring gay and lt>shian repn·st·ntation into tht• host eommittN•" -Rcm:t• will 'assist in .s<'tting up a 'nintinuous line of communkation ' l)(•h,.·c·t·n gays and the Houston c-om munitv. and -M~·mlx·rs ofthP twocommith·t·swill work jointly on a stntt'mc·nl to bt· issut•d hy tilt' host <'ommittee supporting a hos· pitablt• t•nvironm<'nl for all Dl'mocrats at tht• c·onvt·ntion. inrluding gay mt·n and lc·.shinn.s. In n•lat<'<I devt•lopment.s, the National Confl•n•nt't' of l.t•sbiun and Gay Eledt•d and Appointed Officials passed a rpso­lution in .support of the Hou~ton Com­mith't' for n D<·mocratic Awart'nt·ss and its goals. Tht• n·soultion wa.s sig-nt.fl hy :W OJ)(>ll)y gay officials and was t·ndorsl'CI hv tht• l\ational Leshinn and na.v I h·mo~·ratic Cluhs Cuueus. Frant·t·s •·Hiss~" Fan·nthold at'n·ptt·d itn invitation to lw th(• committN•'s honorurv ('hair wnsn 't a cir\-' eve in the house." Giving fnt.;.,,orah1e performances wc·n· Torl'hV Lane. Terresa MonC't, "Miss Alah~1ma, .. Zack Meca. Kt•nn~· Rutlt.•dgt'. Traey. ·•Miss Montrose.' Hn·nt Daranda. and Ron .. Tuck" Moss Fruzit·r st•rn><l as mastf.>r of <·Premonit•s Mi kt· Sullivan of··Tuundt'r and Ught ing" providt•d a ~15,000 sound system for th<' show. David Szvnal was tht' lighting and production ~ssistant. Frazi<•r t•.stimated audiC>nce attend­anrC' at over :mo. 9il0i>PRV.C~\ from $1~5 and up Get Real!! Ryder Trees tJI} 1.1jjl I 1617 Richmond I l at Mandell The Cast 8c Staff of the Venture-N Say Thank You People of Houston for the $12,000 Donation to the Omega House 2923 Main 522-0000 4 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 5. 1986 Protein Helps Repair Immune Systems of AIDS Patients This tory appeared orlRmall.v m the Tursda) .W1du:f'ek l.'x 1ra" .ttontrose \.~mce CA:\IBRIDGE, Ma". •UPl>-A prot•in extracted from white blood cells st>ems to repair the damaged immune systf'ms of AIDS patients, preliminary t(•sts show, encou-aging a biotechnology firm to bt·gm natiorwide tests of th(• suhstnnce. A drug produced from the protein hns nllowt-d some AIDS victims to J?uin weight, recover from infections a"'.ld exhib1 other signs of improved immune system functions-withoutadverses1dt> effects. the tests showC'd. "\\ e arc· very ronvinced of what we'vp eN'n so far. hut we\·e got tn confirm it," said Dr ~1arise Gottlieb. vice president of medical affairs for JMREG Inc of r\ew Orleans ... We have to tX" cautious." Gottlif'h s8ld ~ov. :!:1 the hiotM:·hnol­ogy company has lwgun a nationwidl• study of the drul(, callt'<I IMREG· I on If){) patil'nt."' in five cities The study was startt"d after the sub stan<·e, In preliminary trials. boosted tht• immune svstems of about 110 patif'nts with 8.cquired immune dt·fi ciE>nfy syndrt>me with AIDS-nlated complex Unlikedrufi!'s such as AZT, wht(·h was approved rocently for wider testin~. !:\!REG-! do"" not fight the AIDS virus dire<tly Instead, Gottliehsaid, ll\IR~:(;. 1 to(>('ms to npair damaged immum• sys­tems hy enabling so·<·alled T-heIP.r cells to produce substances that n·g-u latt" the immune system. AIDS dt·stroys n victim s 1mmum· sys /41 11-'<'TJtf-- avaRt-1s ~11US A JO-~-()j) lll'lD WW< t.JITH A RllJS llJ HIS~· h·m primnrJ_y by killinlit'. T-4 helrwrcells To he t>ligihle for the new study, patit'nts must havt' AIDS-rplated com P!~x or AIDS with the skin can('t'r Kapo­s 1 s surcoma. no historv of opportunisitir infections and a· min­imum numher of T--t cells. Whilt· tht•st• &Tl" the typt's of patit·nts n~t·anht:rs helif'vt• would lM:m•fit most from tht· drufl{ the suhstanC'(' also may CoHttShop 1102 Westheimer 522-3332 Daily Specials Breakfast 2.49-2.75 Lunch 3.95 Dinner & Midnight Specials Serving Beer, Wine & Champagne Open 24 Hours To Go Orders Always Welcome ht· Ip more ta:vt•rt..J:y ill patit•nts. Gottlit•h said Participant~ will reeeive biweekly injPctions for six months. The n·sults of the study should ht• availahle nt'xt year, Gottlil'b said If tht.• drut.t provt•s as l'ffective as hoped in furthl•r t<·sting, ht· said, itfould hf> availahle for mor(• general use within two years. Tht• Studv will he fonduded at thrt·e New York. C'itv fadlities-Columbia UnivE>rsity Hosi>ital. Brookl~·n Cal{'do­nian Hospital. and tht· State Univl•rsity of Nt>w York Ilt•alth St·ienet• (\•ntt·r­and at Ei~wnhower Mc·diC'nl Centt•r in Han(·ho Miraj{<', Culif., Univen;ity Hos­pitals in C'h·vtolnnd, lJniv<·rsity Hospial in Boston nnd sl•v<·rnl sitl's in Nt•w Orh•ans CHUTES 1732 Westhelmer Sat., Dec. 610pm Uniform Party Thursday, Dec. 11: The Dating Game 10pm (Prizes include dinner for two at The Hunt Room and Steak &Ale) Friday, Dec. 12: First Male Strip Night 10pm $100 Cash Prize, $25 Second Prize Also: Gary Podgitt Birthday Weekend Home of Eagle Leather 1732 Westheimer 523- 2213 DECEMBER 5. 1986 / MONTROS E VOICE 5 6 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 5. 1986 Put Your Faith in OHEC The Innocent Bystander By Arthur Hoppe ~ever has AmeriC'an foreign poli<·y heen in such disarray_ Never has thP NATO alliann• ht-en !-.~ riven with recrimina lions To l{rasp the gravity of the crisis om_• only nN>rl note that nevc•r havt• th!' T~:moc:rats ~t'n so happy. With th~ pn•si· dent helph•ss, th€' Congrt•ss confused an<l tht• Stnlt• lkpartmt•nt in hid· ing, is tht.•rt• no one to bring ordl·r out of chaos'? Yt•!-., then• is Into the hreech in tlw nick of time has stepped that distin guisht'CI policy ana· lyst, Dr llom~r T Pettibone \' !"' 0. P .. IJ.V.\I Gi mg ngh• to thr heart of tht• matlt•r as ts t-·s wont, Dr Pettihom· is aln·adv husily t•ngagt>d m forming the Organi­zation of HoslHJ?t' Export1ni: Counfrit-s- hettl"r known bv its llt'rn· nym. OflE( . 'Thi• basil' prohlt·m has hf:>pn a lack of coordination ht'lwt>t•n th(' W(·stnn nat ons that prodUC'C' hostagt•s." said Pt•ttihont•- "Prt•sident RN1gan. for example, has been vociferously warn· •ng our alli s not to dE>al with lt··rrorist:-; only to disoovt'f that hP has ht•t•n st·c·n>tly dealing with terrorists. And h<'avt•n only knows what the Fn·nch havt• bft.n up to. .. A!:". u const·quence, the t·ntire intt•rna· tional hostage markt·t has ht·en thrown into ft'rmt•nt. Prires art• soaring and R<•i rut is f:.u:('d with an acute hostagt• shor· tagt' .. I <·ouldn't ht·lp hut leap to th<• prt·si· dt·nt'ti dt·ft·nst• .. Well," I said. "at l«.•ast ht· wns ah IP to fn·t• thr('(• Amt•rican hos· t.<1g<·s from the hands of the tt>rrorists ... "Trut>," said Pettibone. "And what did tht• tnrorists do'! Th<·y simply s(•izNI thrt:P mort- Amt·riC'an hostHgt•s to rt•ph'.. . th£'1r supply. So, at ht•st tht• prt•sid£'nt ts harr.ly holding his own. Rut at what cos•! Twt>lvt- million dollan- _.., wt·apons induding 200X anti tank r (·kets Thnt"s fi4l9.'i rorkt•ts per hos l-ttg<". Tht• \1a ia wou dn 't dt·mand tl-ut many: ''You tL k OHEC's lht• answn·r• I askt•d "Certam!y;' said PC'ttihom•. "Hy thrrnh·ning to c-urtail thP procluction of hostal-!f'S, .nn intnnationat hostagt• <·ar· h·I could imr>ost• a ht·nchmark prin• on all h•rrorist groups_ I don't st·t' why a hostug-t' should go for mor(• than, sa~·, 2!l surfac(·-tci.<lir mi!-isih•s. ~h'<·k. it onlv t<lk(•s om• to hring down a 7·17." . "That's trut>," l <'OOC't>dt'd "But what's to to>top tht> tnrorists from st>lling- us hos· tagPs and tht·n simpl~· s(•izing mon• as tht•_\''vt- he(•n doing in tht• past'>" " It's to their advantage to stabiliu• tht• hostagt• markt•t:• Pethhone said "As it stands now, thry don't know what tht•y'll gt•t for a hostagt', and this int(·rfen·s with tht·ir long-rangt· plan ning. Forexnmple, I'vr spoken to Amal the shadowy lt>adt>r of the ~ight \'is itors, an old, <·stah)iJo;h<•d Palestinian t<•rrorist organization. He agr(>(•d that his group could makt> out quit<• nict·I~· on thn·t· hostagt•s a vt·nr" 'So you plan h; sc·t hag limits'!" "That's rij!ht. OHEC will lic<•nst· n·sponsihlt• tnrorist on.wnizations and issut• th(•m hostagt' tags. Natural!~·, \\-l' won't pay for a hostagt• who isn't prop· nly tuggt·d. That ought to t•liminatt· poac·hing" "'C:ooil irh•a," I said. "'In turn, .. said Pt>ttihom•, "'we·ll gua rnnt1-t• to f'Upply thl·m with g('nuinel} vnhmhl1· host.agt•s ttnd not sonw Whit1• House aidt• who wouldn't ht> m1sst~d" 'Su-el~· nny Whih• lloust• aidt• would ht• mtsst·d'" "'I was thinking of Admiral Poin<kx tt•r" I said it was a J..:'.fl'Ctt plan, hut ont• thini.c hotht•rt•d mt•: \Vouldn't it h(• simplt'r just lo n·fus(• to m•gotialt· with anv tnrnrists at all'! i'>r P(·ttihorw frowm·d. "You know, you may han· sonwthing th(•n'," h<• said_ "It's a sham(• tht• prt'sidt•nt didn't think of that• 1986 $ - I Chronic e fealures .. / .. .....8::5:0.:;2;4;:;4. .:P._.0.a::9.:c::0;i;.f5:.i:c. ::...--_.~i..----- Heatstroke Weekend Party Dec. 5, 6, 7-SS Liquor Bust (Well) 7-10pm with Guest DJ: Sat-Mark Steven from Dallas Sun-Jon Mott $1 Longnecks-Sun 10pm-2am Happy Hour Daily til Spm w/$1 Well & Longnecks After Hours-Fri & Sat Tues-Pool Tournament $3 entry 9pm Wed-Chuck Wagon-Hot dog & chili Spm AIDS Research Benefits to be Held in New York, Boston { '111!1 I Pri•ss /11tcr11at/011al .Jost·ph 1,app will produn·agc_1laron<·nt Sundav at thP Nt·w York Shak<·spNIH' Fn1ti\·;1l's Puhlfr Th<'atn• in Nt>w York for tht• lu·rn.fit of tht• Amt•riC'an Found a tum for AIDS H€·st•an·h. tht· c·<·l(·hrity· studrl<·d organization ht·ad<·d by ElizahethTavlor. IA·onard B·t·rnstt·in, Marvin llamlish, Marilyn Hornt', Bnnadt>tlt• Pt•lt·rs, Linda Ronstndt nncl l~am· Stnn nrt• l'XJ)(>d1'Ci to pnform at tlw cont·t>rt, which will hr followpdhvndinnnut tht• • '1•w York A<·ndl'umv of Ar It ti not a clwap ~ight on thr town h1 wt•Vf•r Cf1·1wral admisswn tiC"kPts cost lll<Xl t'Hdt and a tkkPt (·ntitling th(• ))(>urn to sit .it a tnhl<' pn-sidt-d o\'t'I hv a .. 1r will <"ost ~2;~)()0 enc-h. Orgnniz t•rt> HU\' Owy hopt• to rnisl' $2flfl,OOO for AIJ>S ·r<·~t·art'h. M<'anwhilt'. singns GraC'C' ,Jon<'S and Sht•t·nn Easton an• scht>duled to pt·r· form in Boston nt•xt Tu('sday at tht• Bos· ton Against AIDS fundrais('r for th<> AIDS Al'lion Commitl('e at th<• M<>tro nightclub. Officials Argue Over Number of AIDS Cases in Mexico MEXIC'O CITY (lJPl>---Moro than 2f>0 <·as1·s of A IDS ha V<' IX'<>n r£>portc·d m Mt·xico. hut tlw numlwr of J><'Oplt· £>xp1tst•d to tht•dis<•ast• may go as high as 25,000. a spt·<·ialist said last Sunday. Mo~t of tht• victims of a<·quin·d immum• d<·fic·1t·nn· syndromt· an• <·on ('t•ntratt•d in tlw (-1~pilnl. 107 ntS('ti, said I )r Bdisario Cutinn·z, an infrctious dist•ust• spt't·ialist ut th1· National llni Vt·rs1ty of Mt'Xl<'O, Tht· (·ountr~"s f;t"C'ond largC'st c·ity, (;uadulajara. hn~ tht> st·c·ond hh.dwst incidt·Twt• with somt· :l<.l <·ast·s, with tlw othC'r vidims living along tht• ll.!".· ~-11-xifnn hordPr and in othn northnn t;tHtl'R. lWtlaid Earlin, a hospital administrator put tlw numhn of AIDS victims in Mt·xiro ut ovt·r 1;,00, saying it was in part duPio tlw frc·1• movt'mt•nt of Ml•xi<·ans to nncl from major lJ.S. l'itit·s Th<• lh·alth Ministry hns not gi\'1·n r('(·1•nt stntistic.o .. ;. on tht• disNtst•'s in«·i clt·m·t· .... ,., 1420 Westhe1mllf Houston. Texas I 1:io,~~s W!'. DELIVER VIDEOS Head1 and Tai/1 Above the Re1t -Lage Selection ol All·Mole VHS Topes -Tues Thurs and Sun Rentals $2 for Our Members -Now Open Sunday 2 to 8 OPEN 7 DAYS• Amex. Viso. MC DECEMBER 5. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 7 .0_0 ALL WELL DRINKS EVERYDAY Monday-Friday 7am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday til 4pm SATURDAY & SUNDAY LIQUOR BUST All the Well Liquor You Care to Drink 4pm-7pm 220 Avondale Wet Jockey Short Contest $200 Cash & Prizes Starring Maude Thursday Evenings 529-7525 8 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 5. 1986 ~tt Eemoriam ADOLFO "J.C." BARRERA Ot 1q54-N1 v 31· 19bb JC broU 11 y 1v and ta1. ·1htE·r to those who knew him Hts passage ~unday after noor leaves us saddened but thankful to have shared this life with him We choose to celebrate JC 1n a memorial $erv1ce at St nset 01 S1 nf'ay Dec 7 1986 WI! will gather et 4 30.., rn n Buffalo Bayou Park near the sculpture ( Spmdletop 1 ac- ss rom Jeffersrn r:>av1_ Ho!<.p1tal. Allen Parkwav at rz t You are 11iv1ted 10 bring remembrances meditations and a balloon TOM POUDRIER Tom d O' 19 19·lh wor~ ~d tor T. f ii 14 ~ •ars T..,,,, was adm1:~ed fl. c.;Jsa De Ninos 1 st three days before he passed away on Nov 24 1986 Tom tS survived by his parents and two brothers Tti:ose wtio knew ll"Jm were greatly blessed •o st-are his fr1endsh1p fun laugh· ter and to know ttie true 1T1ean1ng of friend The family reque~ts that cortnbut1ors be made lo the AIDS Foundal 01 Hf ustor P 0 Box 66973 Suite 1155 Houston 77006 We ov-e )'l"'u T m not to say goodby bl.JI so ton 14 r nrw · I we meet again love from II your lnertd~ LESTER EARL MARTIN, JR. Lester Earl Martin Jr 36. died November 26. 1986 after a lengthy llness He will be missed by all Arrangements were made by Earttlman's Fureral Home Community News from Neigh borhood & Community Groups ~Interim Board Named for Activity Center The coord1nat1ng committee of a new gay community center proiect has temporanly restaffed the Montrose Activity Center board of directors The six new directors, Dwayne Wells. Joe Wilson. Manon Coleman, Bnan Keever. Jim Owens and Rev Bob Shively, will be formally apointed by Ray Hill for an interim penod endmg March 1987 All but Coleman attended a meeting called by Wilson and Shively Monday, Nov 24, to discuss establishing an acttv1t1es center in central Montrose Coleman. who had expressed interest 1n the effort but was unable to attend the meetrng. will be re1oming the MAC board, Hill said Hill was the only member of the previous MAC board who dtd not resign following a dispute over Gay Pride Week planning this year He has said hrs ultimate goal ts to remove himself from the board Wilson said a mechanism for election of board members will be designed at community meet ngs between now and March A new board. which may 'lr may not include the comm1..mty center committee. will then be elected he said The r-mmunity center grotJp 1s taking advantage of MAC's already existing charter because its 501-C3 non-profit status tS d1ff1cult to obtain. Wilson explained Gay Pride Week will be under the direction of an ert1rely $eparate committee l"e said Because MAC was originally chartered as a commuf"l1ly cent f the pro1ect fits ttie corporation well Hill said Another pubhc meeting to discuss the center pro1ect is scheduled for Jan. 12 Resources. financing, location and pooling of community and organizational efforts will be considered at that t1m1 Wdo;on said ~Church of the Rock Expands Ministry Fro1 a Chui :t of the Rock Press Relea~,e Chur(.h ..>f thi.. Ruck • ... a gay outreach church .;rgan1zat1on. started two years ago, on the wests1de of Houston Bible studies begin each Sunday at 9 30 am and continue with services at 10 30 am Wednesdays at 8 00 pm , GAA meets at the church Potluck suppers are held every second Saturday of the month at 7.00 pm A social gathering called Rockettes Open House' will begin Jan 24. 1987 at 8 30 p.m and c intinue every fourth Saturday of lhe month The pastor of the church is Rev Laura J S1eczynsk1 The minister of outreach 1s Rev Sherral Vertura Cou:"Sellng is available to persors m need • C'hurc"I I the Roe-II 10' 3 l io Point /1u~1 wes1 ol Gessner n $pnng Branch) 580-8456 Montrose Clinic Wins Battle with Former Landlord Tht- l\1ontrost• Clime· has won a sl·tll('· m1·nt plus intnt·st in a two-ypar lawsuit .against ih formt·r landlord, announc-ed Alan Pit'rc·t>, lrt•asun·r of the dink. Tht• st•ltlt·mt·nt against Gt"<>rjW Mas sott, who owni-. the building at IO 1 \\.'t•st· ht·imt·r tht· dinic"s original lcK·ntmn, was rl:'H<'ht·d in a jury trial Tu(•sday. l>t·c-. 2. Pirrtt> estimated the total amount now dm· the di nic at around .,' 20C'Hl. plus some portion of th<> lt'gal ft·1·s Th('r(> wns still i-;ome question as to how muc-h of the attorney's fr-es tht• land lord would he ht'ld liahir for, PiPrce said Thursdav Mnntrost· C.lini<' oc·c·upit·d tht• bui lding until .Jum• 19H·1 The· din i<· movNI l~·<·aust• Massott want{'(I to rnist• tht• mnnthh· n·nt hy $~00, Pit•rrp ~aid Tht• suit was filt·d ht·t·ause Massolt, daiminJ,:" major damagt•s to his prop· t·rt~ rt•fust'll to return the diniC''s $:!f)(H) dt·pos1t. Clinic chrt'<'tors c·ontt>ndt•d tht· \War on th(' fou·ilitv was normal for its c·ommc·rdal 01wralion. The cli nk thM1 was sN·ing about 1000 clients pt•r wc·t·k. Although the• judgt•mt·n t award1·d to the• diniC' was substan tia l. Pierc·t• said it is doubtful tht·n· will h<' an imm('Cliate impact on funds. The money will pro ha· bly lw difficult to ('(1llt·ct bec·ausl• tht' pmJ><'rly ownn is rc·ported ly hrok1>, Pi(·rc.·t• snid. Pit'r<.'t· said thc·n· ii-; a possibilit.v that c·urn·nt n·nt on the bu ildi ng c·nn ht• gar· nishN'<I for P<l'.\'mt·nL ... on th<• srlt l«m<·nt. Masl-'oll n·c·t·nt l ~· rE'·IPas1•d his propnty whit'h had lwt•n vat'ant most oftht• pas t two yN\rs. h(• said A li<•n against thp pror)('rly may also hr ohtai1wcl to assur<• tht• pa'.\'m<•nt is madt'. Pit·rc·p said Massot has 'l<I days to api.w.·al th1· c·ourt ruling-. Direct Burial or Cremation CREIDATIOTI SERVICE !TITERTIATIOTIAL'• Operated by James H Murphy Funeral Homes pnccd $395 from ~ 363-9999 Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas Servicing the Community ci ·:-; .. :®. 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Respcmding to allE>gations of wastr and resource exploitation in a letters(•nt by Ken Durham to local publications. Shuff said Durham himself had approved many of the figures he is now protesting while employed as budget director of the facility which opened Aug 21 Durham insists he had disaJ.,rreed wt th Shuff over appropriations in Ome­ga "s start-up budget, whirh tht•y workt·d •m together ThP hudgt.•t sets a SJfH} monthly expense a('count and a discre­tionury fund for Shuff in addition to his fl. • ..1ry "It was tDurham"s) hudg(•t,' Shuff He.cl. ''That wns his joh.' I>urh11m sayi.; ht· lost his joh lwn1ust• f udministrntivt· disag-reem(•nts with Shu f ttnd a hoard "convPnwntJv t'om · pmu-d of Shuffs fnends-" Shuff, how e\·er, cl llffi~ that l>urham has personal t>mot1onal pr11hlems. Shuff said Durham has made threats on his life, and that ht'" feels the t·x employee mi~ht he behind n•<·rnt har&!":->tnJ.!" telephore calls to the houst• Dur1'am's ft•ttt·r outlines alh·ged waste 1n OmC'ga s opt•rating buclgt't. including rE>nt of S2000 per month and Shuff hudgt·tt'<i annual salarv of . :l0,000 plus ht•npfit,-.; Th<" lt·ttn -also aff_Us<·s Shuff of not S<Tt'ptmg as many rrs1d('nts as th(> homf' is capahle of car ing for Shuff dm1 s h vmg mp . .n mll, .~ L salary api:.r prmttor but sn)'s hP oft1·n does not rt'<'l'IVl' n full pa.v<·hpc·k lwniust• tht· funds an• not availahlP. Omt·ga Hcmst· c·urrt·ntlv rt'('Pivt•s no aid from govnnmt·nt agt·nc·it·s and no grant fundinf,!, Shuff !'aid. Salarif•s rl'l'eivf•<l hy employc"<·s of AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc .. and administrators of other hospices were cons1dert-d in determining the salary level. Shuff said An invt•stigation of Omega'r-; check· book rN:·ords n·vt·aled the following salary payment:; as of May. 1986: Shuff rt't't•ived checks in the amount of SJ ,MH.11~ in Mav .• June, Oc'lolx·r and Novt•mht•r; ·~;J()() in.July and Septc·mber; and ~000 in August Durham n·c·eiv(•d paymPnts of $1,5B~l.f>X in ,Junt• and August; $-16(1 in May ... :->OO in .July und a hack srttl(•m(•nt of $1.HhO.fl7 in Sepll'mhn, following his tnmmation A C'untnwt signt'<I hv Durham and tht' Onwga Hou.!'f• hoaro' as a lt•rm of tht• ~ettkment rt·stri<ts t.·itlwr from dis<"uss tng dr<·umstunc(·s of Durham's (•mplo:v· mt·nt or t('rmination. Hut ~huff Raid ht> was afraid if h<• didn't respond. peopl<· who had s(·(·n Durham's h·ttt·r would "think W(' havt' somt•thing to hide" Tht• l(·tll'r itst•lfwas u violation of tht• ngn·1·mt·nt. he addt·d . ShuffconcC'dNi that th('n·nt is "rPally high." hut said tht.· prnblt·m sh•mmt·d from tht• diflicultit·s of finding a land ownn willing- to lt•ast• a building for ()mt•ga's purpost•s Omt•ga Houst• wns dPsign(•d as a hos pit·t· for tht• h·rminully ill in tht• last rownf@ PlflZft LUXURY APARTMENTS 4655 Wild Indigo You have.- :1 uni'-lu~ opportunity m reser\le on<: of tht: gor.ii:eou' ap:irtm<:ni homes 011 Pre-C1rand Openin~ Prices through Nm·ember \0, 1986 Towne P1aza_ 1~ 2 scunnm~ t"xJmpk of qualny wmtruu1on from the past 1.ombmed v.11h the rnnvemen<.<:\ of modern hvin~. mstdc the 610 IAxlp A fev. c•f tht: many fe-ature.;; we hJ\lt.' m offer Jre • f\;t·v. plu .. h carpt:tmR • Cl11bhrnr\C.' wnh • (11mple1d) n·mc.Jelt:d '"mplett' uem'><.' flcilu) ku,hen., &: lxith" • \ bt-au1ifu1 pooh • Dt:.,1~ner wallpJper anent\ • Free (able • Unique fL:.1111t plo.1n' v.uh hu>:t" walk-in lk•'>t't' • A u11ht1es patd Each apartmeni home 1s 1n1q11e 1n dc.·s1~n and l.:ayout T.ike udvJntJ,i.:::e >f p,.( G,..ind Op. 11m1 Pn. t1 ge1 ihe flour rlan of your choice OFFICE HOURS MON-FRI 8 00 6 00 SAT 9 00-5 30 SUN 100-500 (713) 621-7880 s 8,.{t'S. Shuff cltfrihut~ Its 'ov. occu pnnc·y ratt• lit has onl:..- housM 6 PWA s sim·t• open1ng1 to a misundt•rstm1ding of th<• hosJ>it·t· nm<·t·pt and tht• inability of many pt·oplt• to a<Tt•pl tlw fnrt that tht•y nn• dying "Tht·\· st·t.· it us a house of dN1th." Shuff s;1id. "(l'WA'slthink. 'that means tht· end. I'm not going there"' HC" said rE>forrals are now incn•asing. Th(• thr('("h(•d facility now has two bed ridden resid(•nts a~d is expec·ting a third. In his lettn, Durham compares (•Xpt·ns(•s of Ompga House with those of McAdory Hous<·, a temporary residPnce fn<·ility operah-d by AIDS Foundation Hou~ton Although MC'Ador.v's operating budgt·t for its st•v(•n·h(•d facility is prob· ably lt·ss than that c>fOm(•ga. AFH E>X(•t' utivt• dirN·tor Curtis Ditkson said the two homt·s s1•rvt• verv difft·rent nt•(•ds and c·annot lw ('ompa~NI "M<'Adorv llnust• is an intnim n·s1 ch·rn·t• for :lmhulatorv PWA's without financ·ial rt•sour~es.'' Dickson t•xplaint•d "Om(•ga Houst• is for patit·nts who an• no longt•r involvl'<I in prnlongt•d tn·atmt·nt. Th(• only tn·at m(·nt tht·rt• is to kt•c·p thc·m C'ltmfortahJt., to cun· for tht• dyinJ.(." Dickson said lmth ar(> d1•spnatt•h· nPC'<lt·d, acldinK that an "in hetw('(•n" fat'ility to provid(• •·nursing home"·i.YP<' rure should also ht• devt·loped. AIDS Foundation Houston, lnr., rur, n·ntly has six paid staff positions, two of whit'h are fund(•d hy grants. Dirkson smd C'f1mp(•titive salaril's are nffessary to attrart quality- pt•rsonm·I to fill th(• various 1>ositions Dirkson said Durham works as a voluntt·t·r for AFJI and that the founda· tion hai-; had nodiffkultit>s with him. H(• rharnrt(•riu·d thP dispute as "a problc·m bt:'twt"t.·n him (Durham) and Om<·ga House.• Di<·kson's salary is $30,(l(J(). AFH's dirt•c·tor of social sc·rvirt·s makes .. :20.(HI(). and th(' m·w position of mental h(«llth din·<.·tor pays ~2:J,f.,C)(}_ The foun· datinn also (•mploys nn t-duration din·c· tor a hookk('t'Jlt'r and a secrrtary. All of tht• din•dor positions have been fillt-d hy d(•greed, heavily experienC'ed individuals, Dirkson said. Their salar· ies an• at the "low t•ncl" for their educa tion levels and work history, he added The foundation usually does not have trouble mN•ting its month·to·month operational hudgrt, hut still needs funch• to maintain the present level of client and C'ommunity servict•s in the long run, Dickson said. f-IN•stimatt-d the monthly hudgl'l at around $2:~$27.(~JO. AFB receives ahout $4·fl000 in plt·dgt·s monthly. hr said A third Houston AlDSserviceorgani zation. Aid for AI08. operates on a dif ferent concept. Oirector Joe Porro said there are no salaries or office expenses. and no pre-determined budget. Over head consists of a post offirp box. a tele­phone bill. and corporate taxes. Income. consisting mainly of private donations in varying- amounts and "money jar" rollections in Montrose businesses. is largely handed out to PW As rcquestinK assistance on a first· comr, first-i:;erved bnsii:; The organization's current b~nk b~I ance is about 600, $400 of which will prohably hE> giv(•n out in $!"lfl increments this month, Porro !"aid.. . '\V(·'r(> a small orgamzatwns ... wt• don't inh·nd to grow large." Porro said Aid for AIDS pattt'Tn«'<I its hy-laws uflt'r chn·d aid pn1){rums in IJ1s Angc·lt·s and San FnmC'i!'<·o. Porro t·xplain('(I Fortunes Leo Must Talk Fast By Mark Orion F F 1ay '1e !§ hr1 19fl MonOay >e IJ 1'18 ARIES This 1s a time when age differ ences are crucial and difficult If your lover or spouse 1s much older or younger than yourself. some tensions caused by that will come to a head Talking it out 1s, as usual. the way to solve the problem Stop fussing Start talking TAURUS -A gathering that seems quite social and festive may present a business/ professional opportunity that causes you to ask yourself where you're going and what you're going Don"t miss out on a big chance just because things seem OK the way they are GEMINI - Don't be afraid of an argu­ment with the one you love. With a strong love as a basis. you can get things out 1n the open in any way possible. Last week"s words of love were comfortmg. but now ii may require some force to get your point across Results will be the same CANCER Ever been between a rock and a hard place? You're going to need to be smooth and soft in order to shde out Oon"t take the offensive on this one Let intwtion and your own special kind of v1s1on and touch guide you out and away from this situation LEO You·re going to have to do some fast talking to get out of this weird situa­tion. Use all your charm. finesse. tact , whatever you·ve gel. and move down the road .,Foxy" might be the key word Oon"t let another fast talker get you down. though VIRGO You·re trying to complete something In order to do this, you may have to yeild Remember your soft and gentle side, and use 11 even when 1t seems you don·t have to. Oon"t give up1 But do some giving 1n to get things done LIBRA Times of heavy confrontation are about over and you're ready for a llltle of the tighter side of hfe. Seek out some good fun Movies and dancing and light-hearted romancing are on the agenda Don't let fall pass without a little sllllne!>S SCORPIO You're a bit on the absent· minded side. so mental labors aren't tn the cards. Anything that requrres physi­cal stamina and endurance should be right up your alley, though Working or running 1t out will be especially good We love you when you're all sweatyt SAGITTARIUS Once you've pushed through, over around and beyond that old problem that was bringing you down. you·11 en1oy a new sense of assurance that may surprise you You may want to took up a Capricorn friend. partner or lover for a good time CAPRICORN Falling in love again can·t help It Yet this falhng in love may have some practicality to 1t What this means is up to you But let yourself fall. waves of emotion will be released in a magnificent way And there's a bonus beyond 1t1 AQUARIUS You've solved a mystery. something that's been puzzling you for some time That allows you to make some plans for the future and go after exactly what you want A man who 1s older than you may figure nicety 111 this picture PISCES All systems are go Combin­ing the strength and courage of your con· vrct1ons with the grace of being able lo accept your rewards make this a time of great sat1sfact1on Then the basic playful· ness of your nature appears Need I say more? 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Now ar The Bookstop Butcher Shoppe Real old-time butcher shoppe service ••• you name it ••• we'll cut it. 12 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 5. 1986 Vatican Misses True Meaning of the Word 'Catholic' By Cecilio Morales Pacific St>us Snc ice 8J}f•c1al to thf' Mrmtnuw Vo1a Modt•rn Vatican practice, exemplifit•d at the latt•st tr S. hishops conference. would have astonished Ignatius of Anti· och Writing in I to a.d .. he is the om· who coined tht' term "Catholic Church." The Syrian hi~hop. one of the fin-;t church lt>aders to bear the title. knew nnly of a loose network of local Chris tian communities founded hy men and wc1mf'n who had walked with .Jf:sus of • "azareth Wlwn Ignatius duhhf·d his church "'kathoJ1ka," Greek for catholic. he meant to expn·s!" Christianity's hopt• rfhridg' ng dif(ercnet·s m religious pral'· tice as well as tht' secular d1v1sions of his time. Today thf' word ( atho1ic-.1lwoys capitalize~ s usc>d to set up 1 sN·tnnan w ' around H fortrt·ss rdigwn, a pur­port.- dly timl'!C'ss set of h•m•ts and a SJll"· cifkinlly Wt·stnn cultun•. Rom<•\; fimtl word in t·ensoring- Seat tlt•'s archbh•hor, Raymond Hunthaus· pn's m1mstry to homosexuals. likP its rei.: ng m of Latin Am€'fiC'an liht·ration theologisL-., suggests that the \'atican looks upon the Catholic Chur('h still as a monolithl<'·, Europt·<entf'red orgam­zaiion marching in lock step. In tht• l'nih'CI Stah's-\\ 1tness Chi· cago politiC"s-tht" lahel Cathr1lic almost invariably mt•ans Irish , Italian or Slavi(' In Jowrr rasC' thr word en tho lie 1s !·WI· dom ust•d. When it appt·ars. those who should know ht:Ut·r are suddC'nly sur· prisNI. Rome's final word in censoring Seattle's archbishop Raymond Hunthausen 's ministry to homosexuals ... suggests that the Vatican looks upon the Catholic Church still as a monolithic, Europe-centered organization marching in lock step. Surh wns tht> <·ast• st·veral years ag-o wht•n a ('llffiTililtt't..' of u.s.· hishops. <·hargt·d with writing a pai-;toral ll·tkr on HispaniC's in thi~ <'Oun try. ran anoi-;s the tt·~m in_ n dr~fi of tht· do~:um(•nt .. This H1span1c pn'M'n<'(\ tht• pas· saJ:t' n·ad, .. challt•ng<'s us all to ht• mon• ('athulif, mon· opt·n lo th(• divPrsit~· of Gay America Event!'. of Gay Community Croup" NationwidC' Community Resource Conference Slated for January A .ti · 1deco mr 1ty 1etwork11gw1tt tt •lesb1an1gaycom­mun11y 1f"I Texas has bee., scheduled ur Jar1 e4 and 2.i; at the Urirver'S1ty of Texas Law Sch1 01 1r Austu The pur..,ose I the corterence will be 10 build d community effort that will hdve as a •ong-range goal the complete Ppea1 of Texas Penal Code 21 06 the~tate sodomy statute Some f the tnp1cs to be covered will be Building the Lesbian Gay Network. Network ng with t e N4 n oay Community Fundra1s1ng Techniques and Organiimg the Lesb1ar Gay Community at •he Local Level The conference structure will allow for small group d1scuss1ors in wh1cf'\ nt -action with the workshop lear'ers will provide ari opportunity tc !Share u1 1c.,ue 'Jerspect1ves on local .t;0mmuf"l1ty ssues The conference s sc 'led Lied to begin at B n a m on Jan 24 and 1s being sponsored by lesbian gay organizations in both Austin iod ')an A1 ton10 There will be a m1n1mal conlerence ea1strat1on fee e le~ 'JO" Aust n T Kas 78 613 ~""Night of a Thousand Gowns" to Be Held In NYC Frcm ipre s rhe 1m "'131 Court_,_ ·m NL ti A1 ·rica Wiii t~ ~ ......... e itt Night of a Thousand Gowns a Ir bute to tf'e pioneering role ol dr;ig n the lest-1an and 9ay commuri1t1es Sah rday Mar 'h 21 m the Grand Ballroom 'Jf tt"te Waldorf Astor a n NPw York City This first nat onw1de charity ball hopes le atlact 1000 attendees •r("m throt.Jghout the U S ard Canada ~rd raise S~ 000 tor sc..,eral national gay nd esb1an rgan zat1ons pnrt"ar1ty concerned with AIDS funding and gay c1v1I rights Ttt1s s •heh.. soch ma1or ctlar ty event in the national gay and lesbian community that salutes 1nperson •ors cind our sisters in drag· who have added both color dnd grassroots pal1t1c :11 c -OLt to ur movement an;-ounced V1v1an Shapiro and George Dudley oord1na- 1nrs of the evert Prc-cecds t om the ball will be d1stributeG evenly unc ng e AIDS Achon Council The March on W ~hmgton Committee The Human Right Campaign Fund National Gay r:1nd Lesb1af"I .,.ask Force and the New Y,..rk Gay and Lesbian Community Center wt-1ch s serv1l"g as the oca~ sponsor N N ~First Annual Ms. Leather Contest The~ r a1 b ~ Mst Enterpr .e! ~· ·~t1 with Up Your Alley Productions will present the f- nn Ar nual lnternat11. n<t1 Ms Ledthc1 "- untest to be held Saturday. March 2i 1987 al t,,e Club DVB 1n San Francisco The lnternahoral Ms Leather Contest was created t>y a group of md1v1duals 1n the leather community t enhance ~positive image of women m the 1ea1her lifestyle Contestants may enter either as an mdl\lldual or be sponsored by an individual. group. bar club etc Contestants will be 1udged in tour categories leather image physical appearance. atlllude and personal11y and stage presence • Jnternat10NIM1 leather 1519M1S$10nS1 Sanf am;sco CA9~103 rt•ligious t•xprt•ssion." IL'-> mNrning was unmistakahlP. With anywhPrt' b(•twet•n I!) and 2() million Hi~pnnit's (•m(•rging among the 52 mil lion U.8. Cutholics, all mE'mhers of the U.S. ('hurth would have to bC'come mon· univt•rsal in outlook Whitt· U.8. Catholics would havt• to learn to !iv(• with hrown sisters and hrothers. just as Ignatius had ask(•d Romans and Gn·t·ks to show mort• tolt·r an<'(' towards t>afh other in the chunh of his dav !'\on.(•tht·h·ss, om• hishop was aston ished wht·n tht• word catholic. stripp<'d of tht· familiar mt·c:ming, lt•ap('Cf out at him from tht> tt•xt lit• "-1l8 at first <·Ntain it should lw d<.'h·tt'd. hut ht• t·vpntually hN·nmf• com· fortahlt· t·noug-h with tht• word to livt• with it in tht' draft. Hut whl·n it cumt· h;H·k from tht• printn. tht• word had ht·t·n italirizNl, as if to undt'rscor(• thr unnaturalm·ss of tht.• idt>a Ont• wondPrs if I lunthaust•n, pnhaps a middling administrator, undeven J><'r haps a littlt• fuzzy on th(• moral theology ht> r(•ad in tht• st·minary yt·ars ago, was not attt•m(>ting in his ministry to t•xprt>ss tht• indusiv(•nt·ss of tht• pas toral and tht· unin•rsal spirit ont'f' pro· pounded h:'<· h.::nat1ui-; CNtainlv at anv rat(' it is puzzlmg how lgnaliu!-1 did 'not ('ome to mind to INun('d mPn of today's Vatifan. Aftt·r all, in a lt·ltn to thC' Romans, Ignatius prais1>cl th<' C'hurfh's zeal forcorreft doc· trint•. But ht• also pointt·d out that his admiration wt·nt to tht·m mostly for tht·ir prN•min(•nc·t• in lov('. Tht• ll.S. Bi,hops C'Ould huv<• remind(•d tht> Vatican of Ignatius. 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Dining . ~ Tables Bufletts & China ~i Cabinets rI) ~ Small Shop- Small Pnces Q.~ ~~~ 428 Westhe1mer 529-2506 ON THE ALLEY'S ARENA STAGEI DECEMBER 11. 1986- JANUARY 18, 1987 TllS1111cilessl*dy ~•llflleced!nled\3 lllle Alrds. ilalds llllllalJ ~eHat Uflilljl. DOI 1 .. ~. IOI lleCIW·llllf 1111 ilenllyUie JOI laagbiat •·111 buns. Tiie aulhal is Clnsw,111 Jillr!llj lie m» ..., teal ~1111 ID {!plain h Al FOi Yvl, ., ~-~"lliil. "Wrse. lysl~ICJI. I C11ZJlll"- "lle llest~aytltlese1sat"-V~ag1Vo<e 11ous1oa·s Residelll'lolellll!llalllleaUe 615 leus"liWe · FOR 11cm INFOOMATIOll,r.All. 228·8421 DECEMBER 5. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 13 Different Schools Have Different Attitudes Regarding Sex Education l 'mt1·d Pre ·s lntanatlonal Around tlw C'ountrv. differt>nt school distrids havP Pxpr~ssed differc•nt atti tud(•s n•garding Surgeon G(•neral C Ev<•rplt Koop'H call for gr<•ater sC"x C'clu· cation, including l'duration ahout thC' dist""" AIDS. SomP <•xam1>IC's: -Timothy Quinn, Wisc·onsin's dt·1>· uty su1wrint<•ndl'nt of schools. said. "Wt• High Court Case Affects AIDS Victims WAS! 111'\.TOl\-Th<· Supr<·m" Court. )waring a <'HSI' that C"ould d<·ll'rmint· th<• lt·gal til-{hts of AIDS suffr•rns. was told Ttu·sday that (·xpancling fl·dt•ral nnti · clistTimination laws to c·ovt•r 1woplt• with a <"<>ntagious dist•ast• would go fur ht·~:ond C'ongn•ssional intc•nt. .. This cannot lw what C'nngn·ss had in mind." Charh·s Frit.>d. Solidtor C<•n nal of tht• lJ nitt·d Stah•s, said in urging tht• Court to rult• that pt•oplt• with nm ta gious illm•sst·s wt·n• not rovt·n·d by a 197:1 anti-hias law. Tlw l'i\Sl' clot•s not il('tuallv involvt> an AIDS vi<'lim. hut ratht•r a i.uht•rc·ulosis vidim from Florida. Gene l-1. Arlin<'. a kadwr was dismisst·d from his joh wht•n his st·hrn1l hoard dis<:ovt•rt·d tht• illm•ss , A lcl\\:t•r court rult·d that C'ontagious clist•ust•s (not just tuhereulosis) wt>n• dis nhilitit·s covt•rt·cl hv the 197:J law Tht• I ligh Co~rt is t•xpt•c·t<>d lo annountt> u clc•t·ision h:v .July 19H7 CC'rtamly would not be opposc·d to start­ing AIDS t•clucation in grade thr<'t'. On any issue• that relates to the safety and wt.•11 -lwing of childrc•n we could c·er­tuinly lw supportivt.• of local school dis ~:~c~t; .. ttth'mpling to deal with that I .. oral :-iC'hool distriC'ts establish curric­ulum in Wisc·onsin, hut then• is a rrquirM hl'alth t>dm:ation program. -In Tt•xas, tht.• Stat<' Board of Educa· tion on Kov. H rejt'<'lt-d a hc•alth text hook lwc-ausp it hwkc·d t·nough matc·rial on st•x <·duration. spt't·ificall~· AIDS. The hoard im;lt·cHI approved the pun·has<• of four othn hooks that indude chaplt•rs Those Exposed to AIDS Being Isolated in Colo. Prison CANON CITY Colo <lJPli­Pn• parutions wt•rt• ht·ing madP Thurs· clay for the• 01><·ning of a new housing unit nt a mt·dium·sN·urity prison to iso· latt• inmutt·s <•xpos(•d to the AIDS virus. ThP unit will ht.· tht> st.•c·ond of its kind in Colorado, similar to a unit at tht· maximum·st'l·urity Cc·nlt'nnial Corr<•< .. tion F<H'ilty east ;,f tht• c·itv. Tlw nt·w· unit has room for Hi prison ­t• rs. and nffiC'ialN say Pight oftht• spat·t·s \\'ill lw fill<'cl immPdiatc•l.v. No aC'tivt· cas(' of AIDS has ht·t·n found among inmates since tesling lwgnn Inst l)t•<'t'm her. But the tests show :LO prisont.•rs have heen exposed to tht· AIDS virus. on AIDS. -Oklahoma School Superintendt'nt John Folks said Koop's report included recommendations only. "We've not mandatrd anything to be done in the sC'hools as far as instruction concerning Ali)S," hP said "Each local school dis· trict deh'rmint•s the instruction of ht•alth, sex <>duration and ~omething such as AlllS." -In Nevada. State Superintendent of PuhliC' Instruction Eugene Paslov said no dist rid has yc·t t·nacted an AIDS t'<lu· <'ation program. But he said a district cun put AIDS instruflion into curriru· lum undt•r sc·x Nlu('ation Ro far nom• has don<' so. -Stll' Stl't-cl, ht•alth t'Clucation coordi· nator for AlhuquNqU(' PuhliC' Sc·honls n Nt·w ~frxi<:o. has hc·(•n working on an AIDS pilot projN·l to bt•gin in .Januar~· Th<• projt·c·t adds AIDS information to ht•alth c•dul'ation cour:-it•s for fifth. st.·v· <•nth and ninth gradt•rs -In San FranCi:-iCO, with one of tht• largt·st gay C'ommunitil'N in the nation, puhlit· st·hools spokeswoman Joan Has kins said thP Board of Education had not ~·t·t formulatt·d a rPspons<' to the sur­gt ·on g<'nnal's n"<·ommPndations ahout AIDS. Tht' s<"hool :..~·stt•m already pro· v1dt·s ht.·alth edut·ation that inclu<les s<'x ('(luc·ation and AIDS awan•nt'ss mate­rial. Haskins said th<' district had h<•rn givt.•n n grunt from th<• Ct•nters for Dis­NlS<' Control to train ll·arhers who will tNwh about AIDS and to develop an AIDS curriC'ulum. A st•ssion on AIDS wus h<•ld for2·1,000 high school studt•nts in tht• distriC't Inst May, I'm sending Mary's gift certificates to all my friends this Christmas. The perfect gift for the man who has everything. Just $3.50 for each $5.00 certificate. Ask your bartender. o~D&a¥ Free Pizza Deliver(: 2 Mlle Radius., $7 min. order on pizza 11-2pm lunch. S-11pm dtnner. 1pm- 12om weekends i···········r:;i1i"si>~~i~i········· : - large Pepperoni Pizza : - Four Garden Salads 1-Pilcher of so;;:;;• OOC. F~ DELIVERY SEIWES • /\liol••.Ownh.,... he• :.. ..................................... , ~ :::> w z :::> f- S1 z 0 a: f­t) w 4100 Mandell ---· A>Qboma) •p ~~~~?a~tpm F & Sal 11am-1am .1ng Capac ty 100 AUTOMOTIVE !: JJ () 0 z 0 =i 6 z z Gl u:l Winterize Your Car: Transmission Service 29.95 0 11 a. Lube 24.95 Cooling System Service 27.95 1411 Taft I~ ::.;·. ') s22-21so TRANSM!SSIONS 1022 Westheimer Home of Eagle Lathers 528-8851 Christmas 14 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 5, 1986 "So, you're a real gorilla, ore you? Well, guess you wouldn't mind munchin' down a few beetle grubs, would you? ... In fact, we wanna see you chug 'eml" Allen's interest in football extends to the plotting of the opposition's marching-band strategies. Voice Comics "look. I'm sorry .. If you weighed 500 pounds, we'd certainly accommodate you - but It's simply a foci that a 400-pound gorilla does not sleep anywhere he wonts lo." Ketchup makes the world right with Allen. ITS ~~ .... CilfA HDL£ifJ llll< BACK OF 11-1£ TROOSERS AND IlL TAKE -IT. --- "Well, from across the hall I could hear this healed argument, followed by sounds of a scuffle. Suddenly, there was this tremendous. blood­curdling 'quooooocckl' That's when I called." DECEMBER 5. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 15 Houston Live Alley Dips Into the 'Well' of Romance Rmw Trt'lcunwy and Arthur Gmt'('f ar(' rt'lmifrd hy huddinR p/ayu•ripht Tom irr1•11(·h in tlw A/fry Thl'atre's production of "Trf'iau·m·y of tht• Ui·lls'"' l.1ft /tJ riRht arf' <:Jona Birf.fler, Mic·hf'I Gill a ... Tom Wrench and Jf1chcwl .McCarff'll a.i; Arthur Gmn·r Rcvi1•w by Bill O'Rourkc .\lm1trmw \'mtT Do vou rNtd Bnrhara Cartland novt•ls'! Or, lwttt·r y<'l, thP Bront(• sisters or ,Jant· Austin? In otht·r words, do yc>U love rom nnn·'> 1'ht•n you'll lo\'l' 1'rrlmnu·y of th<' "Wf'ils." now ht•ing staged at the Alley Tlwutt•r Thii; is not tht• kind of sillv romanrt• that trips all ovt•r iti.; own leg~ and then plants, wrt, sloppy kissl's all over your fare. It won't rmharrass you in front of t•ompany. It wouldn't bring the slight t·st twingC' from Miss Manners This is a quit•t romunct• that waltzC's, t•vt•n polkas a littl(>, and then slips side­wavt< i into your hNtrl, making it feel all wa~m and .fuzzy It c·ven hos Pn·tt•nsion to JSocial rele­vnn< ·e. Bt•sidt·s which. it's a classic. Unlike i:-oap op<•ras, you don't have to fr.el guilty about loving it. In its own day it was as 1>0pular as "Dynasty." I doubt "Dynasty" will age• half as well. This is vintage port At thC' the opC'ning curtain, Miss Rose 'T'relaw1wy has just rC'tired from the act­mg profossion. She had been a member of the repertory company at the Wells Theatc>r. Hencr, she was Trelawney of tho "Wells." Arthur Gower, tht• son of a very rich family saw her act and sing one even­ing. She's beautiful. He's handsome. Both are quite presentable in other ways, as well. They fell in love. Thoy b«-ame ongai:ed Ah, but the course of true love. His parents have insisted that Rose live with them for a month before the mar­riage. Taking her "on approval," so to speak. When the WellR theater troupe meets the young beau, they are fairly kind, but he just doesn't fit in. The hide-bound upper crust are snooty about Rose. She doesn't fit in there. Worse yet, the two groups can't stand each other. So Rose tries to go back to acting. The boy disappearR from the face of the earth. It JSet.'ms that nothing can bring tht.'M' capering ('apulets and moneyed Montagut•s together But this ii; romanct'. Thi8 iK the holi· duy iSl'tumn. I promisr you a vrry happy, fairly reuht-iti<' pnding. Thr t•nst iK filh"Cl with fnmiliar fact·s wt•\:t• rome to love down at the Alley (as wc·ll as Mnrgt· Carroll, whom f've come to think of as a familiar fact· ov(•r at TUTS) This is a quality production, Rritish Rt(•rling that would look fine on anyone's shc•lf of Christmas m(•mories o Notes Wl• an• 111 the m1di-;t of a seriN; of l!l lt>Ctun•s under the group titlt• "The Smithsonian lnstitut<' Comes to Hous· ton ." Thirtet'n local inJStitutions have joinrcl forct•s with the Smithsonian Notional Asi-;odatt• Program to present Ron Jones and Ket·in Kinkade in "Titanic," open111K tonight at Manetta Marirh Theater them. The last one will be on Dec. 11 If you can't catch the Singing Boys of Hou8ton at their annual Christmas con· cert tomorrow, maybe you'll see them at one of your favorite malls.They'll also be singing at the traditional Sam Hous­ton Park candelight tours, Dec. 11· l:J. Each Saturday in December, The Campanile (Montrose at Richmond) will celebrate with storvtellers al 11:00 a.m. and madrigal siniers at noon .... Following this .Snturday'10; Houston Symphony J){'rformant'C'. the Jones Hall har will n·main opt·n for singt'rs to mm· !(it'. :::i Celebrate ll<'« 7 19·1 I-A da~· w1• c uld fori:i"" only aftt•r i.l\'t•nging 1t with our OW(I atrocitit·s H'days: fl-Walt Disn<•y, Fritz Lang, Christina H.oi->s<•tti. fi-Wallv Cox. Lynn FontannC', Ira Gershwin.· 7-Rudolf Friml. Louis Prima, Akikio Yosano. 8- Sammy Davis, .Jr., ,James Galway, Jim Morrison. "A nation in which a congressman can seriously ask, 'Do you think the artist is a special person?' is a nation living in cultural jeopardy."-James Thurber (born Dec. Rl o Openings Fifth Annual Christmas FC'stival (Allwrt Thomas, !l, 11 :00 a.m. }-300 cos­tumt ·d arts and crafts exhibitor?; and lots of t•nt<-rtainmt•nt Grand 01)('ning C8hrine of thC' Black far<'<' ... Pt 1brard tht 1 fat<'d ship. \'iva \'hal~.' (S m .. tJnr'y f !-'t .J1 hns. Wt'Sthe1mer nt River Oaks. 5)- 1't·xas Chamber Orchestra, fresh~y hack from their Eur 1pean tour. ONO' Third Hit-nnial Photograph Auction cParadist· Bar and Grill, 6, LOO p.m.)­Houston Ct·nter for Photography. ONO! Fin• and I('(•: Exploring Gemstones and Minerals (MuNatSci 6, 2:00 p.m.)­Jeffrey Post. 01'0! Lectures !Black Madonna, 6)­Traditional art and t'ulture in West Africa, Ted Poti01't.1:00and6:00; Black History, Dr. Ivan Van8ertima, 2:00; Numbers and You, Uoyd Strayhorn, 4:(JO.Ol\'O! Miriam Fried (Jones 6l-Gerd Albrecht ronduts the HSO in a largely Dvorak ('Vening. Mt·xican ChristmHs MusictChrist the King Luth('fan. fil-Houston Baroque F.ns<·mblt•. Jncludt·s th(> Houston pre· R(•sidents in the Texas community, Littleboro Valley, dlsC'uss cancelling Christmas in "The Littleboro Valley Story," one of three comedies in the A.D. Players' Christmas production, "Celebrations in Grace" Madonna, 5:!09 Martin Luther King, 5, 6:00 p.m.)-meet artist Kofi Tyus and numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn. ONO! <One Night Only!) Annual Winter Concert (HSPVA, 5, R:OO p.m.)-High School for the Per· forming and Visual Arts presents their Madrigal Singers, Girls Chorus, Hand· bell Choir, and Chorale. A special fea· lure of the concert will be the presentation of Lloyd Pfautsch's Befana. Freebies. Antartic Adventure: Unraveling Geo­logical Riddles (Museum of Natural Science, 5)-Jeffrey Post, Associate Curator of Mineral Sciences, National Museum of Natural History ONO! Babes tn Toy/and (Heinen, HCCS, 5)-0peretta and pagentry starring your favorite nursery rhyme characters. Douglas Mac-Witmey Performance Art cDiver8o Works, 5)-He'll leave an installation behind (0N01 sort oO Thrc•e ChristmaiS comedies <A.D. Plaveri-;, fiJ fitamc <Marietta Marich, .;1- Chrii-;topht·r Durang's drawing room miere of selections from the Tattershall Manuscript. ONO! The Nutcracker<Klein High School, 6 & 7)-City Ballet of Houston Piano Concert <HSPVA, 6, 7:30 p.m.) Singing Boys of Houston <First Presb· yterian, 6)-George M. Cohan and tradi· tional holiday music- ONO! Sharon Kim, violinist. and Beth McConnell, pianist (Jones, 8, 10:30 a.m.)-winners of the Josie Tomforde competition. Also, an I I-year-old prod­igy, composer Dalit Paz Warshaw Shimada conducts the HSO. ONO! Houston Guitars (City Hall, 8, noon)-Freebies. ONO! Dinosaur Christmas 1'rees (MuNatSci, 8) Music of Chritmas (First Presbyter­ian, 8)-Concert Chorale of Houston sings Bach, Respighi, and popular tunes. ONO' Paragon Brass (Tranquility Park, 9, noon)- Fl'N'bies. Music Students Reeital !Recital Hall. HCCS. 9. 2:00p.m.l--Freebies ONO! Chamber Music Concert cHSPVA. 9, 7;::\0 p.m.)-Harry Lantz dire<:b 16 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 5. 1986 A Sense of Community Gue•t Editorial By Richard Jimenez Bemg Americans. we nre inherently nn mdependent lot, taking much pride in our individualism, can~o attitudl>, and our freedom as guaranteed hy our Con stitution. With that freerlom comes trt· mendous res1>4insibility As we er ov our per~onal r"'eedt m. Wl' make derisions which affe<·t us and those around us on a da~ y bast~ As rational and canng human lx·t""gs, we must recognize the nsponsib1lity to our· sehes and to our community that r,ur ha .c freedom challenges us to addre-:;s. The kt"y question is-Freedom for what? We are not tota1Jy autonomous inde­pendent beings. When we exercise our freedom we not onlv affed ourselves. but those around u~ as well. We are interrelated by our humanitv and inhn· ent affinity for "otherness:'-our sense of community_ Capitalizing on this inherent sense of community and E·xer cunng our freedom to be challenged by a human commitment to our brothers and sisters, are potent weapon!' which Wt' have to our disposal for the war against AIDS Lately. the AIDS epidemic has rhal lenged our notions of freedom and our response to our sen!'e of community 1n both a basic and n moral level. l'.'E'\'f'T before has the question. "'Fn-edom for what?" taken on such critical impor­tance as 1t does today. The fedf'ral governm('nt spent .. 92.7K million on AIDS research during fh;cal year 198!), and the appropriation for this year is $126.5 million Yet despite this staggering amount of money, we all know that much more money is needed for an effective all-out dtl~ck cin AIDS. This fact has })( n underscorl'cl hy the recently puhlisht·d critique c1n lo"" federal funding for AII>S resrarc:h hy the New England Mf'di<· Assoc,at10n. Hut Wt' m·t·d morE· than mont'V toeffcc tivE•ly fight AIDS. National ~;s WE'ii us lo<·al agt•ndes and communit~· groups arP doing what they can to raise puhli<· 8\.\flrt•npss n•gnrrhng the AIDS crii;1s, and wt• Set'& proliferation of art1c!Ps and documt·ntaries·• in thP media on thP t'"rists Ou natural tendency is tn think m terms of '11wy are doing S(lmt·thing about the problem ""They ueh dling tt, 0 "I do my f'han· hy givinK money at thE' fundraisers" Yet this is still not enough Wt- know that blankt·t rational(•s sufh a~ thE>sP no JongE>r work. ThE> truth oftht· matter is. AJDS is here in our own hac:k· yard rutting down our friE>ncls relatives and lovt•d ones. "They" t·an 't do it alone; "wt•" havE' to clo 1t tog<•thl'r Th<' war against AIDS is mt·di<"al n•s('Hrc:h, it is public: ecluc-ation and prt•vt·ntion, and pt·rhaps most tmportnntly for now, it is tht• n·shaping and changing of our own pt•rsonul lwhnviors and habits. and our pt·rsonal commitmt>nt to that c:hange. I..t•t 's t•x<·rcise our frN·dc'm to <'hoose and to makt· our own decisions hy hE>ing responsible, first to our own selves, thl'n to our '"'others." The war against AIDS will not he won hv a "few out tht•re,"hut hv t•ac·h one of u~ doing and living our h~1sic frN-dom-exercising our pT(•ferl"rt· tial option for our natural sense of c:om· munity. R•chard ,,1menez: 1s ~the 'Stall ol the AIDS Found• 1ion Houston Inc wl"lf)(e h• is a comlT'un1ty heallh eduC<tlC!' spec1ahz:1ng •ri min H1ly AIDS ed icat ©brine of the <Ji3Zack 9fhdonna Announces the GRflND OPENING or THE KflRflMU flRT GflLLERY We offer a wide selection of original art, lithos, posters, Black literature, greeting cards and fine gifts. The Largest Collection of Authentic African Art in the Houston Metro Area Grand Opening Exhibition: Kofi Tyus. 'Reflections of Ghana" Featuring original water colors, and signed etchings. Saturday, December 6: 'Meet the artist' 1-4 pm and 6-9 pm Color exh1b1f1on poster available 5309 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Hours. 11 · 7 daily • t 30 - 3 30 Sunday PfJonc 645 1071 Letters to the Voice From tht• rcadt'r.s of the Montrose Voice Committee For Democratic Awareness Offers Info Packets From Eugene M. Hc1rrmgton Committee for Democratic Awareness A.., many might know an ad hoc committee ha~ tx. •n formed to educate the Democratic Site Selection Committee (fo' the next Democratic Convention) on the d1fficult1es that gay men and lesbians have encountered at the hands of the Houston business community Unfortu­nately there has been much confusion as to our goals, methodology and tong term plans We have prepared a brief packet explaining this project Hopefully 1t will clear up any questions or misconceptions that might exist (We do want the convention in Houston. but only 1f Houston can be a hospitable environment for all guests. regardless of sexual onentation ) Perhaps the information might not convince anyone that our plan is agreeable. but at least they will have a basis on which to make a decision Packets may be obtained by calling 523-8935 Seeking AIDS Treatments Jm Rc1ndy Lewi Th tter ab_...11 yL...1r artUe titlet.. 'AID~ Foundat10 . Concern~d Over ·unconventional Therapies· by Shen Darbonne (Oct 31. 1986) My docto' fnends tell me they know of no conventional and accepted medical treatments for AIDS Will you please pnnt a few of them? Never mind about treatments for related illnesses A acntence quoted from AIDS Foundat1on Houston director attracted most of my atteri­t1on Some of the more off-the-wall treatments which have been advertised include such practices as m1ect1on of processed unne ingestion of shark serum and use of ionized waters" J have been unable to fmd any advertisements for any of the three treatments listed above lor AIDS Likewise I have found no treatments mvolving shark serum or iomzed mineral waters for AIDS However. I ha\le found a local clinic 1n1ectmg processed urine. That practice was first used medically 1n the last century. and has been medically accepted as a treatment for a number of years_ There is no medical knowledge of anyone using shark serum for any treatment whatever This same local cllnic has been studying the immune system for sha,ks to find why they are so powerfully efficient Can you and! or Mr Dickson direct me to any of these advertise­ments? Can you find fault wtth study? May I suggest that the AIDS Foundation mvest1gate quackery 1n general and doctor's accred1dat1ons and treatments in particular before makmg charges and JUdgements based on non-p,ofess1onat hunches and professional envies Being as I find Mr (not Dr) Dickson grossly erroneous and maliciously misleading, I wonder what Is the purpose of his smokesc,een Generally and otherwise. I hke your paper Darbonne responds lt is my understanding that treatment of related illnesses and mfec­t1ons B'e the current AIDS therapies accepted by the medical commumty. along with part1c1pat1on m certa efufly mt)n1tored drug studies. Dickson did say. during the interview that the fou11d.rt1 1n ha~ bt mvest1gatmg various climes' credentials , Write the Voice Items 1n the ''Letters column are opinions of readers and not necessarily those of the Voice Readers are er .:ouraged to submit their thoughts on issues of interest to Houston Please keep letters brief and mail to ··Lette's to the Editor. Montrose Voice. 408 Avondale. Houston. TX 77006 All letters must be signed and include address and phone number to verify authent1c1ty Address and phone will not be pnnted Name will be withheld on request Call 529-8490 and You will be in Next Week's Newspaper of Montrose DECEMBER 5. 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 17 The 'Great Four-0 ' and Beyond Lavender Ageism The Thought Connection Ry Christine Burton Sp1·C'ia/ to th1• Mm1trris1• Vmce Until I was .1() I felt vrry much a part of humankind. I had never said or done> anything to conceal my lesbianism. If my hett•roi-;exual acquaintances and neighhorf.i C'ould have pullc>d their ron r<•rn away from their own heterosexual prohh.·ms. long enough to notict>. they w<•rP at liberty to observe my comings and goings with ft.male c-ompaniom; only, nnd to makt• of it anything tht·y Wll-ih('ff In thost• pn .. F;,ilwt·llian da~·s our st·x ual orit•ntation was not tht> tn•nd:v thing to riclkulP. Tlwn it \\'88 fo.shionahl1· to clt·nigraW "nigg1·rs" and "kik1·s. ·• whi<·h kt·pt tlw arrogant, Hl'C'using spotlight nwav from us. Most lt·shian womc·n und gay ;m•n ft.'lt that a mod<·rate amount of cliM'n•tion was sufficient I wus sU<'('t•ssful in my proft·ssion. I f'nJo~·('(l lift'. liherty and Uw pursuit of happim•ss. I felt totally normal. a lnvt•ndl•r thrNtd woven into tht• fahri<'of Amt·ricnn humanity, and I was optimis tie that our Constitutional dream of jus­ti('<' for nil would eventually C'ome tru<'. Fundnme•ntalists had not -yet ignon·d lh<' Goldt>n Hult• and influ<>nn·d our govt•rnmt·nt to ignore· justin• On a hrilliant dav in latf' August of tlw \'t•ar that I tur~e·d -W. I sat with a gnn;pof lt•t>hian and gay hikns high on a mountain lt•dgt'. e·njo~·ing a panorama that ~trc·t<'ht·d our c•vps in all din·ctions In tlw ~ilf'JH"(• our si>irits t•xpand1·d Affrr a tinw .Jonathan spoke·. '"So it's tlw gn•nt four-o for you this month." I wondnNI why ·HI was the• grNll four - o. W•• don't say tht· great :{9, tlw gn•at st·vt•n or tht• gn•at fll _ I askc-d him. "You'vt• livt·d another <lf'<·ade," lw pxpluin1·d. "I .if(• movt•s through our nm· st·iommc·ss by days and years; we count it hv dN·oclt•s. l.ikt• rosarv bt.•acls. wt• thin.kin t<•ns. ~.hy? Ten fi~gC'rs nnd 10 t0('8, I SUPJ>OSe. "That makC's SC'nse. But the J(n•at four-o; why not just four-o?" Pnhups our concept.'; of time itself are faultv Jn tnms of C'volution, tht.• planC't is in .its ndolt•scencf:'. the human sped<•s is an infant. Yd, this beautiful young lnnd of ours is full of p<'oplP of all agt•s and ~wxual oric•ntations who think of tlwmsPIVt.'!-l as old<•r than tht•y art• Shnrpt•n your 1•nrs and you'll hear pt•o­plt• say: "I'm not as young as I ust•d to ht•.'' (Nt•ith<•r is a six-yt•ar·olcl. 1 .. ast yt'llr s ht• \\:ns fh:t>.l 15151h Dunlavy 522-7866 "In your forties you become middle· agrd-at ·1f> to be prrcise. Then at6;) you are old . Di<'tionary says so. Some sort of expt•rts are saying nowadays that you'n~ not middle-aged until sometimt• m your fifties and old age doesn't begin uni.ii vour sev<•nti<•s. Rut as long as the dictio.nury hasn't caught up with them you'n• probably middle-aged in your for­tit ·s. That makes it th<' big four-o." Tht• rigidity of his attitude irked mf', <·specially sint'f' I was the one who had just tunwd ·10. "WC' don't havt• to follow th<• didinnary, do v.. · e'!" us to begin taking it easy, especially since our culture insists on it? We forget that partially used faculties deteriorat<' and unus<\(f musclC's hKome m;eless. We bt•comt• old before our time. On hC'r ~WVC'ntieth birthday. I heard a lesbian sU\'. "Now. all I have to do is wait." If I<)ngevity is for her. she has a v(•ry long time to do nothing but wait. And I've h!'€'n told that the fear among most gay mt•n is that nobody wi11 want tht•m wht•n tht·y nre older It is probabl(• that su('h pt>ople arc· not wanted, not lwC'aust• of thf'ir yt·ars hut ht'Cause of ... You love with more intensity and stability, your mind thinks wider and deeper, and you. note there is no shortage of women who fall m love with you. "It's tlw otht•r wnv around , Th<' diC"· tionnrv follows us; ii n>Cords our usilgt· of W<;rds. That's the way W<' talk bt•caust• that's the wav we think." Hiking down that ~ountain I felt as though thr lavend<•r thread that was me had h<'<'n jerked out of the fabric. l felt f-i.t•parah·d from humanity. the way I did wht•n J lt•arnf'd what straights callt'd us: quf't•r. sick , ont> of those (with a nast~· let•r), and the condc•mnation tht·.v thought would ·•t·ure" me: •·1 suppost• shl' <·an't gt·t a man."' Hut until my for· til'th hirthda.v dist·rimination had ht't·n onlv dual: ft·malt•and homost·xual. Now tht·;·t• woulci 1w a third Ont'. At IO, johs \\-'!mid lw hardn to g<·t. And hang onto your lovt'r, no mattt•r what; you might not ht• ahlt• to gt•t anoth<·r. Now, muny yNtrs latt'r, I ('(Hiid tt·ll ,Jonathnn thut it c·omt•s as a !'rnrprist• wlwn sornt• p<•opl(•start treating ~·ou Ji kt• you'n• old. If you're past 60 and forgt•t somt•thing they think you're S<'nile-ar-; though tt·enagen; never forget any· thing P<>ople of all ag<'s get tired from timf' to tim<>, but when you're tire-cl thf:'y think you'r(• getting feeble You don't fc•el old, Your libido is in highC'r gear than ever, you love with mor<' intensity and stability, your mind thinks widn and d<·<•pt•r, and you not<' th<•n• is no ~hortage of womrn who foll in lovt• with vou. Lik<' whiskev. lift• st•t>ms to impr~v<• with agC'. . Anotlwr phrnst•: "At my age . " implying tlrnt thpy t•xrwd lt•ss from tlwmst•lvt•s now. Art• tht•y puttingtht·m· s<• lvrs on a slwlf! Are the·~· looking for an t•xt'US(' to do ll'ss'! To livt• lrss? Dot•s tht• inlwr('nt lnzim·ss in all of us tt-mpt thrir attitudt·s toward themseh:t·s. A lovn of lift• and a giver of love is always attrac'l1v<•. Older people differ littlt• from others ext•(•pt thC'y\:e been t·nriched by more expt.•rienc<•. And if they are lesbian or gay, they are just as homosexual as they evn wc•re. lK.'rhaps more so becam~e the spirit, to find itself, grows in independ· enr<• with th<· v<•ar~. Ageism is ·divisive. It hlirids tht> ~·oung and it frartionat<•s the old. At a timt• wlwn thP lt•shian and gay c·om · munitv is undn mon~ \·icious nttack than ;.vn lwfon•, wt· nt.>t:•d to hind ou st•lvt·s tog<•tlwr with mutual undl'r standing and compassion. If wt• C'ould kt•t•p in mind that tht• goal of th<• Funda· mt·nUdists is to t•liminate us, W(' would s(·p tlw nt•t't•ssity for ('olwring Evt·rvorw of .us who can, n<'l·ds to c·omt• oUt of tht• rlos(•t as far as possihle and in al-i many plan·s as pos~ihle. The n·tir<-<l lt•shian woman or gay man net.•d not fear Joss of income. GivC'n mor<' moral support by the community they could lead us to visibility, which is our only hope for n·~pfft and freedom. With increased longevity we might ask ourselves: what is old? To primitive tribes :m was old. Yet more and more we art• n•ading obituarit•s of those over 100. Then there ii-; that inner age-the trut· one: I'm as old as I would be> if I had no iclt>u wht•n I was horn. With that convic· tion orw could put th<' lavender thn·ad hack into th<' fabric C ms tine Bunon a syndicated c Jmn1st ed1te of Golden Thre11ds a contact quarterty for sbians ove1 SO She ~rsell s ao old shes lorgotten h(1.,.. old she is Don't ask. her Saturday 9pm-lam Justine (All Girl Band) w ith S hannon, S usan, Susan a nd Anna Marie • 2 Cov<"r TUESDAYS: Evening Buffet Ch rd Mo nday" Happ)' Hour -1-7 with 75e draft and •. 1.75 well. Opt~n Tue.-Thur"i. -tpm-2am Fri.-Sun. ~pm-2am 5731 Kirby 520-9910 ttrf'n<· Kt~. Ownt•r All Ages Friday and Saturday 901 N. SHEPHERD HOUSTON NRG INFORMATION 863-0010 18 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 5. 1986 Hot Times Are Blazing in Montrose By Elroy Forbes !tfontro i· re -"ocml D1rf'Ctor o Fire! Fire! About 6:0C Wed. morning, a fire was dis covered in the office of The Ripcord. Damage from the electrical fire, cau$;t'd by faulty wiring, melted the computer and dl·stroyed some files. Manager Gary asks if anyone is interested in a used computer. cheap? On the good side. a new office will be built and no damage whatsoever occurred to the bar. Open as usual. no Fire Sale was reported as of press time, o Christmas in Montrose Tonight is the big night at MCCR, 1919 Decatur for the Christmas concert with the MCCR Choir and the Montrose Symphonic Band under the direction of Andy Miiis. The show begins at 8:00 p.m. There are tickets available at the door. so go on out. Call 527-9454 for information o Decorating With your help. the streets of Montrose can become a holiday jungle of candy canes and all sorts of wonderful sur prises. Rut, it all costs money. The money is coming from a $2 entry fee to enter your business or home into the lighting contest. Any kind of category you can think of will be covered in some sort of way. For entry forms, go by The Tire Place, 1307 Fairview, or call 529-1414. o Houston Proud The living nativity scene at Houston Sign Company, 1200 Westheimer needs carolers for nights when the large choir:.; or musical groups cannot per· form. Memben; of Houston Proud, stu dents from St. Anne's School and many other groups are expected to perform. Want to be a shepherd? Call Joane at 526.S!Rl to volunteer. Sern at the ('A Tgraphil·t; open house o Tree of Lights Wonderful musit· from the Gethsemanp Baptist Churc·h Bell Choir, St. ,John St·hoors C'hrildren's Choir and a soloist fillrd th<" air as darkneHs fell on Ht'r mnnn Square in front of City Hall. Mayor Kathy Whitmire spoke and then the switC'h was pulled. Tht• 'rn·e of Lights at the foot of tht> reflection pool, which was full of float · InJ.? rf'<i randies, and lights from some·t2 buildings signaled th(• official begin· ning of Christmas in Houston. Down town is n magic wonderland this year with fl£'rmann &1uarC', Mark<•t Rquan>, Tht- Park nrPa, and many strel·ts linNI with light(•cl tn•es. ~:njoy the season with a drivp downtown. AlthoUJ!h the fire caused damage to /hi• office, The Ripcord f('mains open c Good News Omegn House wn:-; re ly strug~ling until th<•Jneat \"enture4 Nbenefit. Now other people are coming forward to help them out. At the present time, they do not. need good~ and items. They do need money for operating expenses surh ai-; utilities and phone bills. You know, stuff that eats up your paycheck. Cur­rently, they need volunteers to serve in many capacities. Write Omega House. 2615 Waugh Drive #286. Houston. TX i7006, or call them at 523-1139. o Toys for Tots The 611 looks likea winter wonderland thanks to the magic of Wayne Means. Santa and a gay elf or two helped kick off the dnve for Toys for Tots, designed to benefit the needy children in our neighborhood. The 611 was full of good cheer and helpers-some who just couldn't stay off Santa"s lap! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Toys for Tots brought Santa to the 611 Wayne Means and elf BJ join owner Steve Shimer for an official welrome o Dickens on the Strand Tonight kicks off tht· parties and street theater of Galv('ston's Dickens on the Strand. Charles Dickens will be brought to life on the Strand. The festiv· ities continue through Saturday and Sunday o Catgraphics Open House Relocated from Montrose, CATgra­phics is now on the 19th floor of the Houston House. Owner~ Leo S. Loza and Bob Sch('[/ and their cats held open houi.;(' imml•diately after the downtown lighting. What a virw! Rushing into the holiday!i the men are working on dead· line for u 600~page book. o Names in the News Stan Ford bought a miniature dachs hund for Gilhrrt SanchPz 'birthday. The dog quickly llt"CUm<• Whitmin·! Popu Jar enh·rtaim•r. Ramho dt• Klown, is lwing featun.-c:I at J .. ord & Taylor's evrry Saturday and Sunday aft.<·rnoon for Christmas shopping in tht' Gall<·ria. .•• Neartown•s Sall McKN"s S<'<·re­tary .Joanw, is working with Houston Proud lo hC'lp wht>rt' volunt(•ers arr nrrd<·<l for Christmas in Monlros<'. fin numll(•r is 526-8181 .Joan Lockman is working with Neartown Business Alliane<>. lfpr num)l(•r is 796· 1644 . . . Ga_vlt• Stonpr, manager of Suntana Body Centre, :1200 Kirby Dr, has grt·al programs going for those wanting to kavr lht'ir :->ummPr tans. She alsoclo(•s thos(• wond(•rful hody wraps. A member of lh(• GrNli<·r Montros<' Busint·ssGuild. giv(• Gayle a t'ull at !;24-1471 ... . It's A Piec<• of Cake has mowd off Th(' Cun·(• hut Michaf'i & Jim 1'urnag(' say not out of business. K(•(•p dialing G:.H 71-10 for tht> nt•w lc)(.'alion . . .. ThP fin;l ('hristmus trf'<' wast'ntt'r('(f into thE> lighting t·ontt-st hy Fran/;: at The Roman. \.o by and vi<'w it when you think alx1ut your c·ntry. Seriously, it's a beauty. FYI, for C'ht-istmas music, Rrv. Gracil• of A Pint'<' in th(• Sun has addrd a harpist to their (•ns(•mhle of harmonica, guitar, nncl bass. For info, call fi22 ~ 7695. Jack Stou•l•r's Symphonic Kazoo Band is in n•hc•ar~ml this Friday night. Call 521-08'18 for morr information and performnn(·(• sch<'dule. 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M< ui 5 1-{JOQ M.E JUI.OSI') 443-2986 Tam O'Shanter 6121 Hillcrofl 771-2470 Happy Hour 4-8pm Daily 7S" Draft $1.ZS Well BARTENDERS PREPARE TO BE PAMPERED tess1ona1 bartenoers and se~ers tor y ur pnvatt- parties TOT AL SERVIC[ N( rty t b1Q. "'lo party 100 smatl Jay ~. q31 1624 BEER n PARTYKEGS u "BIGT~~'S -2323 Milam-529-0533 BONDSMAN A-QUICK BAIL BONDS Fast courteous discrt"to c r ~~~o'::~ v~~~~lr ~2~1a~dage ·p~~ bonds 67&-4488 62. 845~ BOOKSHOP OKSTOP ALABAMA H :ATRE '2 s $hep~d 529-234 OISPl..AYAD BOOTS OH BOY• LEATHER G()OUS 9 Westheimer at Montrose .524- 71!:i. fEOUR PollYAD Oh Boy Quality Blots , 912 Westheimer at Montrose Blvd Boots. Shoes & Accessofles CATERING PARTY PLANNING EXECUTION Parties tor 2 to 2.002 The Food Worll.s· -784-6026 CHURCHES l<!NGDOM C. )Mf.;1UNITY CHI Rf H L14 E 1 h S 1 4 1 f p ~ A.. CLEANERS MONARCH PAO" : C NAL CLEANER~ 2815 C' <'hepherd .. ,~ '51(11 0 CLEANING SVCS SERVICE PLUS A Quality Cleaning Servtce Rnidential • Commercial e BONDED e Jett Cunningham 522-3451 ~~~ !lef'V•~ et Dis COMMERCIAL SPACE ~ a Market spaces ava1 Westhe1mer $trtp near Mvr "u;o.c wes1 Mon~ Co ~23- 496 I .e CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTING HSK CN RAC TINC. 520 9064 R AYA COUNSELING CENTER FCR Ar ~·T VE _FESTYLE ~-1~ ,llYA.{) There are no incurable diseases or disorders in the mind of God." T'1e .;owef • God n hear ai:I O•seases For a cont dent I c>n ..i at :>n whteh can lead to C-"nplele health and whole'"'""""' Call 747-3256 M· · '"" - ,- .• r>rri DATING SERVICE LAMBDAS UNLIMITED >A-1Nr- SERVICE P 0 Brx 741 11 t1" 17248 496-3371 " 8· ~;jt> fE OUR PLA ollD Lambda's Unlimited Dating Service P.O. Box 7418 Houston. TX 7n48-7418 (713) 528-2236 DENTIST RONALD M Bl. TLEF S L WMt~imer 524--0538 0 .. Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westhe1mer HoU!:on. TX )I Monday thru Saturday Hours by Appointme"11 (713) 524 0538 DWELLINGS. ROOMMATES. HDUSES/ APTS. FOR SALE. RENT. LEASE I DCN 1 KNOW 'l(T ~OJ SEE, TtllRt5 r\ LA(', TIME. UTIUTP.R\P IS SEVERAL lluITT WW<S fl.vJW 22 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 5. 198fi GWM 21 look no 'or neone to sha• :lbr 2bth Westpark and Gessner area A1 o.1t1 1t1es pa1'1. ('al ')avid at 78• 11351 t1e>ghts Vtetorian duplex 1br appl an­es tenced yard private drive S365 gas & water pad 956-86- Roommate wanted "l()n-lf!xual to share 2·2 on Cummins Lane S250 ncludes bills phoneend abe Ca/1Dan961·1~'4 Pool solarium llahan tile hJJge deck 1 1 w jen Sugarlan:i -ake ove pay ments 4 ~ ~s:. Stabte .,..orking oommate wanted to share 3-2 2-story with fireplace n SW .Houston l"lear Harwin ~n...,rt $22 monthly share bills Rick 879- 77~ HEIGHTS DUPLEX One bdrm new1y remOljeleCI kitchen and bath Carpon hardwood lloors s:m plus ut1hl1es 864 '}019 1 br apt small Quiet comptex with poot S285 plus efectr ~8178 VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Rent 'hat hOuse or apartment inrough a VOtCe Class1hed Call 529-8490 And .~.~.'.S rub ~!~' :.""'~; nME~~')r;_"1r?'" EMPLOYMENT. JOBS WANTED CAREER OPPORTUNITY Pmd tra1n1ng q1.;ir,tr"'''r1 efT' alter raining Must en'OY etitena1nrng and travel E"cellent earnings and hours Cal Dane C tyl )A .. ~~after Jm C)tages Theater need! art1c Jl.3te enthus1 ast1c calSers ""''th an interest in theater t lake par! in even•"9 subscription cam pa1gn Call Ma olm Munro ~27 1240 ADVERTISING SALES Outgoing pef'50n I '1 7 Sale~ e)lpenerh. ., Rather woril in !he l1elcf than beh•nd the desk Attractive and Cr ght'>Havewe~ust dese"bet! vou" Then you hav. a future w th the Mc..ntrose Voice as an account e,.,ecut ve Ca Jerry Uu I d adver l!Stnq dire-t 529-8490 tor an nt,,-v1ew M dtowne 'Spa Houston 15 rurrently acc@t>t ng appltcallons fOt astuer and floor pos tions Also lull ~1me ma1nte nance person E • ~-ence ~u r@d 3100 Fannn cz z7g FLORIST BRANCHES F OWERS. 408 Wes!· he1me1 ~ 21-084 l'IC' ...... c....._,.,..,, ........ iu. ,,. • ..,, ... 0 ..... ,.,. GownMttaHltetl. 11"" Qtft 11- end c ... branches nowers on I.he C1JNe 140I WHlhMIMr 521'"°""8 1"' OF' TO MONTJllOS! YOIC'& JllAOf'll !MISC.) FOR SALE Opera hc:kets Ollenb Ne $60 Porgy 18 Jan $40 1rd row center Robert 784-06~ FOR YARD SALES Seeadsun Y - •t 11 end 11 the VO!ce FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOUTHWE - F1 1NERA1 IRECT JR~ '2'8Welc If CREMATION SERVICE INTERNATIONAL 400 Montrose 1)29-6666 SEE PLAY AO FURNITURE RESTORATION .,JM HIGGINS & r<;< 1.r. 6 W lch 8935 GIFTS HAULING W N'"',. N HAULING ~ ~U4 l'I Pl.A A HOME AIR CONDITIONING MIDTOWN Alr1 521 9009 1 L1 9999 Sf!OUl'ICSJ' AYAO HOROSCOPES Astro Reflections 'ersonal Sex-O·Scope & Compatabrflty Hor'?Scopes 1-800-824-7888 OPERATOR 837 C.R P CVOPEii ASTRO-AEc 1 .Er'Tll"JN~ ")470 S Dairy Ashlordilli 1· 124 operator 83 HOTEL&GUESTHOUSES LONE STAR GUE,~ iE J4 Avondale 5:l2-121 12 )4 SEE"' JR OfSPt.AY .110 JEWELRY CLASSIC JEWELS Antique and unique 17 3 W1,.,.,the1 .. ~r 520-8250 Antique rewelry rystal porce­lain wigs purses etc Genuine emerald 4 12carat and diamond ~~,9~~~~21 3 appraised V"'" ln< 1v1d LAWN CARE BETTER .AWNS & GAi N~ >2 LAWN ~£ OURD PAYA C:TIXX AND C..HIPS "94 "".S-114~ f OURD"SPAYAO I LEATHER 11'1.AYAO LEATHER BY BOOTS Custo~1~~~}~oom B Adoms. lid - The 611 Leothet' By Boots - the Ripcord - Houston. Texos - B's Leothef-Chom Duve -Austin Texas - MEDICAL CARE STEVE 0 MARTINEZ M 0 12 Oaks T Wet 4126 SW Fwy •1000 &- 117 SEr OUR P AY AO ROBER C H1RO~AC Tt( CLINIC ,EE ~au9~ ~: Agil-2003 MODELS. ESCORTS. MASSEURS YOU Will ENJOY! ~ have v.aysot making your mu SCI es refa)I State cert1hed massage by Bill 0 Rourke 86!).2298 PLEASURE AFOOT Foot reflexology trea1mcn1 1C{.)mp' men tary full-body rubdown upon request) Out only Ronnie (7 1J) 52&6260 ~~~X ~:1~o~~:rsw1!~4a 3v7e~{ spec al rub· Booyrub Van 43H~952 appoinlment Men 1n uniform free with coffee. orcotfee r-ily Briar ..... nt-Westhe1mer This ad"er· t1sement publ shed monthly For exc•t•ng fun-11 l@d rub Cal Peter for Chris tmas 1pec1al 464-8781 Joyful rub by nice person E)l pressly lor those whO are Sore Weary or Stressed Ben 270--1828. Sensuous massage 1n Of out 529-~970 Massage Car Roy 5i0-S509 Tuesday rec1al _ !flsuous mauage For appointmen1 Er.c 520-5509 THE BELIEVER 1tu111ve boOy ruo. secret 011s 'i26--37 11 SORE MUSCLE REPAIR Ma$:$.age by 6111 O Rourke Gift cert1f1· r:ates and amateur massager:lasses,ava1l­able 869-2298 STOP gethng rubbed the wrong way Call C..art 62'2 J942 Happy Hol 1ays <;pee 1al !ti ,. 10 l36 THE CADILLAC OF RUBDOWNS tty'")av1dO o!ET -,..8 2 THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why settle t ,, ess' 10 years e•per~ C 7' I 26-24 O G fl ert1f~ ate THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why settle'· ess? 1U years e•pertence r 11 7 , 26-24 'O GU ertd1catcs MASSAGE BY DAN Sale re • nQ sal sly no errous en- ~:1 ng y'1eaa~e:x~~ce r 'af~hr b~ 2 00.11pm weekdayS anyt me weekentt ";2)-gs ... ~•1mulat1ng sensuo s fu1lb0:1ymassage by andsOme mascut ne GWM 1n or out calls B1ll 862-S4"'1l II answer•"g rnacti ne s .,n p eaw eave nes age RtY:iyrub Masr.uhrie WM Days In Even-ng Out $20 Dan )1 9952 EnJOy my ouch w•th a very special rub­dow• ate h urs 784 3705 Ito• 011 massage 46°1 8490 MOVERS MOVEMASTERS Boxes too V MC Amex v. , Westheme 6~ OPTOMETRISTS Cl Chronicle Feoture5, 1986 We touched bases, I stepped off, and he still had the ball in his mitt. PERSONALS GwM 22. Rite alum looking I GWM engineer/ professt0na1 22·30 II y1.1., e books movies conversation trendy rnus1c. House of Pies and ethnic food. hen we have something in common Bonus ~nts to Pisces with moustaches 790-1610 MARK RAYMOND or anyone who knows where tie Cal Dav•d Memll 1mmed1ate1y1 86&-5&:: 7 GWM proless1ona1 28 non smoker :u~~ss~~~nt~'a~ =~ '~f~"g~~ 25-40 with s1m1lar interests Reply 10 PO Bo• 300172 77230-0172 Hous1on TX '!Ill answered d1scret1on assure-1 GWM 6 l~J 5 8 outSJOe the Le. ' looking for together n 24-45 tor adventure 1n the suburbs Reply Blind Bo,., 119-H c >Voice GWM. phy$1C an 33 5 O c ean shaven seeks guys 20-30 lor lr1endsh1p, dating. relationship Romanhc en1oy quiet evenings travel movies, eating out sports. etc Lookmg tor a '.'ltnCfHP guy whn knows what he wants out of Ille Prefer non-smoker. no beard or moustach• Photo preferred. will return 1420 W• the1mer. Su1le 120. Houstof' TX 7"1)()6 AU fehsh adhshngs 8- 4·• t leather ,oc kw ~ar muscles etc nfoPak $3 00: TRIKX. 59 West 10th. NYC 1001 1 RULES FOR THE PERSONALS Use the Vo1ce·1 -· per$0llals as an al1erna11ve tc other social ways ot meeting people The following guidehnes apply 1. Personals (and other ad"erhs1ng1 shOuld not descnbe or imply a descnp­hon of sexual organs or ac11 2. No Per­sonals should be directed 10 minors We consider the age of consen1 as 21 3. Adverhsmg must be ·pos1t1ve ... not ·nega l•ve -· II you have certain preferences in other people. list the qualil1es you desire Please don t be negat•ve by hshng the kinds of people 01 qualities you don t desire 4. Other categones 1n the class1- l1eds (such as Help Wanled)'.o::annot be JSed for Personal · ads NOW heres wha:! you CAN do You CAN adverh!!e IOt social en(;Ounlers even including encounters ol a sexual kind You can desc:r be yourself 1nclud- 1ng your interests your Jooks your hab­s Then descnbe the type ol person you want to meet Be as 1pec111c 0t as general as you wish m your desc11pt1ons It should alt depend on hOw er ltcal your tastes are let us a"19n you a Bl nd Ad Number or use your own address or phone number 1n y JI It you ey rown wewu v~ ly it nortoornln h nk you an :t happy hunl ng CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Whn"!1 rion 1 take those pictures ol y boyfriend >1 girlfriend to the drug storl!I Y"u rn1ght get back blar.ks and the e)lp/a na11on Well there must have been something wrong with your camera Bnng ym.r him to Henry 1 1-Hour Photo 428 Weslheimer !or conhdentral photo 9evetoping and pnn11n9 We promise Big Bngtit and Beaulilul P•inls a!I clear and sharp •s μossible SAFE SEX? For your mental "leallh ha"ese11 F ;ti your pt ys1cal health make , ! sate se)I Sale se,., vhNe there •re no bodily fluids •x! langed The virus which leads to an Al c: ond1hon is believed usually !rans led lrom one person t 8fl"Jlhel from td semen Those who are recep· are espec ally al risk Do condoms pr ~e!:' I now seems that they prov d more protection than previously thought althOugh there s st I a r sk Bui condoms Ml er be used w ha waler bas~ lubr canl nd n 1 w th pelrOIPIJffi or vegetable Jased lubr anti be ause !hey ai tu.a ly ve the don': Play le J.0 E rh So11etyot .. OE hastemporar1tyd11- 1.-.1muedweek1y meetings Please watch tt space lo• future ~nnouncemenls A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Frederick Brandl can show you how lo ha"e active fun or play Jass111e games w•lh !he personal ads In heir book Ctass1l1ed AUairs. they 11 teU you how to wr11e an ad that really stands >ut what 10 expect when you place or espond to an ad. and even what all lhOSe funny Mlle abbrev1a11ons mean Send $8 o Classified Alla1rs Alyson Pub D~ P~ 40 Plympton St Boston MA IJ2118 1Also included will bea coJpon for $5 olf on your ne)lt Personals in yow ChOice of 25 p11b 111 ud1ng tho v~e, PEST CONTROL RESULTS HOME CHEMICAi & PEST CONTROl 2" 4 E ~4-<J41') 223-4000 ff(WR JI, Al Al i········ResuiiS"P"eSi······: : Control : : 25131h Elmen : : 524-9415 : ~ 10% Discount on i ; Supplies with this Ad : ································' PETS ANGELS TO ZEBRAS Petworld 1 1 72~ Easte)I Freo ·way at East Mt Houston 590-0471 PET CARE K-9 Clip Joint Holiday Special Now 1/2 Price Grooming 1828 Fairview Gal tor Appointment 528-4064 JO 't'ea1 .. Expeflence Ask About T .L.C. Boarding PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE )0 IT All' Prmt1ng and oevetoping enlargements tumbo p1mt!\ l1tm Kodak paper 261~ Waugh Dr 520-1010 HENRv·s 1 HOUR PHOTO 4:"' WM! he1mer 529·08fi9 ff OUR PAYAD f.r'EEOY PRIN ... ING 1)44 667 7417 f PLAY AD PRINTING PSYCHOLOGISTS RECORDS. TAPES INFINITE RECORm 521-0187 EE OURP'SP AVAD ~a we .1he111· r .,._,__ "°""""ncrroos 521-0187 ~ $5.99 NEW. USED a CO.L.L.E.C T· RECORDS RESTAURANTS CAFE EDI W A11barra at Shepherd ~20-5221 E JHO LAYAC CHARLIE'S 110~ Westhe1mer 522·1:..'.12 SEI 1ROISP/AYAD CHECKERBOARD DELI SPECIAllf',. 808 LO'lell $EE OUll DISPl.AY An CHICAGO PIZZA 4100 Mandell. 526-9780 SEE OUR DISPI. A Y AD THE HUNT ROOM. '3404 Kirby 521·9838 r .. r OUR CHSPtA"f Al PIZZA INN 105 S Shepherd. ~22-5676 f OUl'I V SPLAY AO WESTHEIMER CAFE (POT PIE). 1525 Westhe1mer. 528-4350 f ()("'" ii AYA(' Pizza inn. • Delivery ~ (Hotline) .i 522-5676 3105 S Shepherd TheH~Room 3404 Kirby 521-9838 SPAS.POOLS ~PA TC CC 5a1b W .. wy t72·8b46 lE 0 R P Al AO Spa-ToVo ~~I I. ~o5u~G1I " '1995:: • Portob&e • · Spo1 (. • Poot&Spo • Swvic• f ~ • Chetricok 5116SWfTwy. c{MILSPA-TOGO Chir""•Y lodt bit 772-1646 STORES (MISC. ITEMS) BASIC BRCITHER5. 1; We It" 1m« r ~ 1626 .Sf OURDSPAl'AO THE EAGLE 1544 Westheimer 524-7383 ff, OURflSP1AYAD K1LROY'S 1723 Waugh Or ~28-2818 Sf E: OUR 01~P1 Al' A/) WESTERN AUTO 2036 Westhe1mer Slf OUR n~PiAY AO WHOLE EARTH PROVISION CO 2934 ~ffsg~~~~J~iAsr2~03aa3 UNITED CAB CO 699-0000 SLtOUR0;,1 AYAlJ TAXI UNITED CAB CC. "'~-~ fJen· mla; "Jy c,_,,,,;.,.5y & "=mv () ,1!;11t)W lfw c I Of VOIJf I• bllm Rflr1 v.h1tn Stntn9ttlf'MtdCMltr•r•H GrHnw1y Plu1 Monlros• Md HDYslon 699-0000 TIRES ··~ 529-1414 ~·THE 116\ E PlACE ALL BRANDS 1307 F<l1rv1Pw '\hk W<>.! IM0111rc: e fHE TIRE PLACE. 1307 Fam11 w l-1414 OUROSP AYAO TRAVEL FRANKLIN GUEST HOU'iE 16 Frankhn. Denver Co a..,.:, 11. ~11 Sffl' 1ROISPfAYAD GLC TOURS. 977-9322 Sff n11R OISPiAY AO TRAVEL RESERVATIONS. 5?8· 7851 SH r·m DISf'LAY "'" FRANKLIN HOUSE DENVER :JO:l ,:l:l!-9106 520-8108 in Houston for info A Guest House at 1620 Franklin Denver, CO 80218 H!i"9 14 IH StnJ:I FrornS' 11 l. TYPESETTING SAME DAY TYPESETTEF' Avondale l'..29-08490 Sf OllPD 'Al UPHOLSTERY. REFINISHING FURNITURE STRIPPING SHOP In the heart of Muntro-.+· Rel• .h 1Q rep;ms. upholstery "29-/t.,1.') ALLEN WADSWORTH CV INC 9830 <;weetwater 44;-4141 IUR !JlSPLA Y Af VIOEO BC VIDEO. 1424 C Weslhetmer 5156 I 01 PLAYAJ VIOi JTRENO 14!1 Cah1ort;.;i r27 ?656 11 Df<;ptAYA(l WE DELIVER VIDEOS 1420 WPSlhe1mer 522-448!1 f 01 pt,t.YAtJ V10EOSCOPE 2016 Mon1rrn;e "29-5544 ( JROI PLAY An §AMEJDAY TYPE~ §ETTER§ ,\ N l•:ll' J)J\"IS ION 0 1•' ' 1'111•: MONTR081·~ VOICE We' ll typeset your Flyers, Menus, Business Cards, Letterheads, Resumes, Brochures, Forms, Ads-· and hundreds of other items­the Same Day (Sometimes You Just Want It Right Now!) Get 1t to us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we"ll have 1t ready by Spm (size of the job permitting) NO MINIMUM TIME LIMITI If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes you·11 only be charged for 10 minutes) · ~J 'l'YPE S 'l'YLE S TO C HOOSE FU.OM Pick Up and Delivery Available ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 ACHIMNG PERSONAL SATISFACTION ..• s ~ procc~ t gwwth Oe3i with pesr. -in11 prC'lbl1·ms w11t"tn ~· · g .•imospll· 't DECEMBER 5. 1986 I MONTROSE VOICE 23 BETTER l.AWilS & GARDEns DR. NICHOLAS EDD, PsyD. Total lawn maintenance Commercial-Residential Psychologist e ···:h11•dl y•,m1ly tt· .•i ·1 • re.~t1on:,t 'I' • . ir. l1nq e b1n!f dhatro.• .•· d rr ma1 .-gj nwnt e h.1btt Msor rlftr• .mok •IN du:U • t..i&Jft(>V8~ltOii!l Blalock Pro fessional Bldg. 9320 Wes1v1e-w Suite 1 .S5·5055 - Houston 77055 Montrose: 2128 Welch 527 ·8680 - Houston 77019 • Landscape Trash Removal • Chimne4 Sweep • Tree Service • Stump's Removed • Complete Sprinkler S4stems FREE ESTIMATES! BEST PRICES! 523-LAWN Neighborhood Sports Sports ~t•w!<i from Community Groups MSL Elects Officers for 1987 Thi Mont ;c Softball 1e Int ti Id its mt ting N< t Ber ng ME>rr11)r al United Ml'lhud1:..t Church The mt!mbersh1p elected off1ce1s for 1987 Those elected are Sam Carpenter. pres1drnt Harry Goldberg. vice president Gary Pizzo treasurer Mike Mornson compC'l1llon coordmator. and G•o Sedita fundra1 ng sponsorship ThC' Montrose Solt ball League will begin play 1t"' •tie rmddle of April :18"" 1'1.t"'d complete play in early tc late July Leaque champions will compete m Gay World 'Ser es x, in <:;an Franc1scC' The MontrOS(\ Softball t eague dlSO spanso:s the Anl"ual Lorie St ll c· .. SIC tournam nt which s held ovc: 1he Easter week -d 24 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 5. 1986
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