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Title Montrose Voice, No. 294, June 13, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Claude, Ken
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 13, 1986
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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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript mo111rose VOICE "The Newspaper of Montrose" Friday, June 13, 1986 Issue 294 (713) 529-8490 Gay Pride Week Begins Wednesday Schedule, Inside Best of the Year Awards The Best Comedies, the Best Musicals, the Best Dramas Bill O'Rourke, Montrose Live, Inside AIDS Among Women Slowly, Some Women Are Becoming 'High Risk' Special Feature, Inside 2 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13. 1986 Private AIDS Hospital Plans Opening Shortly A private hospital corporation, American Medical International IAM!), has announced approval by the University of Texas Board of Regents of an agreement with AMI that will lead to establishment of an inpatient hospital dedicated to re,earch and treatment of immuno­logical and infectious diseases, with initial focus on AIDS. Under the agreement, Citizens General Hospital, a fully-equipped 150-bed facility in north Houston at 7407 . "orth Freeway, will become the Institute for Immunological Dis· orders. Conversion of is in progress and should be complete within the next several weeks. AMI said. AMI is an integrated health care Rervices company with $2.6 billion in annual revenuefi. The Montrose Voice Ifs The Place to Advertise Artist's rendering of new Insttlute of Immunological Disorders Write Us! Letters to the Editor The Voice 408 Avondale Houston, TX 77006 Please be roncise. Thank you. ROCK "N" HORSt: Newest Women's Bar M(•n Wc>lcome Abo I>ancmg Nightly DAILY SPECIALS Party, Party, Party C&WBAND Sat. Nite DRAFTBFER 7 >~ Happy !four,$! Regdnr Well Dnnks $1."0 Happy Hour HAPPY HLll'R 4-7pm Op<'n Tue8 'rhurs. ~pm 2am Frt.~Sun. 3pm-2am Cl.0 Ell M01'0A' _, Naren(' h e!r· ou ner 5731 KIRBY 520-9910 Pacific Street Kick Off STIFF DRINKS ICE COLD BEER HOT MEN ALWAYS50¢ DRAFI'BEER THURSDAY, June 19 Non-Alcoholic Drink Proceeds will Benefit Gay Pride WeekH 13 . .Adams~ Ltd. Every Saturday 4pm till? Hamburgers by The 611 Softball Team! Bloody Marys & Screwdrivers 75¢ 7am-2pm Mon.-Fri. 611 Hyde Park 528-9079 Cable to Show MCC's Video The story of the Universal Fellow ship of Metropolitan Community Churches, "God, Gays and the Gos­pel," has been scheduled to be shown on Storer Cable Channel 22 on Monday, June 16, and again Monday, June 23, with both show­ings at 9:00 p.m. The fi Im is presented by the Rev. Troy Perry, founder and moderator of the Universal Fellowship, who parallels the growth of the gay rights movement with that of the UFMCC, and also presents a simple message: that it is possible to be both gay and Christian, an MCCR spok~sman said. Storer Cable, which serves Hous­ton east of I-45, is airing the one-hour documentary on its public access channel. Negotiations are also underway with the Warner Amex system, which serves primar­ily West Houston (including Mont­rose), said MCCR's Len Shelton, who coordinatd the airing of the film with Storer. "! encourage those people in the community who live in an area ser~ vices by Storer Cable to share the film with their friends who don't, by either taping the flim or inviting them over for one of the two show· ings," Shelton said. "I'm especially happy about the dates we have arranged, which fall during the celebration of Gay Pride Week," he said. JUNE 13, 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 3 1101 STO \ G \l LIBERTY IS I\ OUR GRASP What They're Saying Is Not True they had won because they were right. As we celebrate in Houston 1986, know that we will win, because we are right. There have been setbacks and there will be more, but our cause is just, our goals are reasonable, and togather liberty By R ay Hill is in our grasp. Hoardm('mber, H<JU.<tton Gay Prld1· lfeek Comm1tt1·<· Houston has received a lot of national attention since Gay Pride Week 1985. We are the city where Louie, Baptist ministers and the Klu Klux Klan run the politics; where upper-middle class matrons make daily trips to the bread lines because oil can be had for only $17 a barrel; and where the police stalk people with AIDS like hunting game, right? Wrong! Nor have gay men and lesbians been hitchh iking out of town with cardboard suitcases. But you would get that impre,sion from the media these days. Truth is: Louie deserved and got his ass kicked; Baptist minsters and the Klan are considered the clowns they deserve to be; and Houston was built on $5 a barrel oil, so a price three times that can't be too bad. Further, only Houston police had enough sense to call the gay com­munity for help in coping with prob· !ems they could not handle. As for the cardboard suitcases, they are more likely to be good leather and they are coming in to help us celebrate Gay Pride Week 1986. I'm getting a little tired of being the forgotten minority, the invisible people, and among those fearful. We are a remarkable people. For centur­ies we survived by hiding, being secretive about our orientation. We have been crucified, burned at the stake, beaten, murdered, and thrown in prison. I once met with five men sent­enced to life under the pre-1974 Texas Sodomy Statute and the Hab­itual Criminal Act, two of them lov­ers, for the multiple convictions of sex with each other. In spite of all that, our contribu­tions to art, science, government, education, business, liberty and peace have been well-documented. From Michelangelo lying on his back painting his friends into the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, to Dag Hammarskjold's mailing his com­panion a letter as he boarded a plane in Africa that crashed an hour later. From Socrates the first teacher, to the father of modern edu­cation, to Sgt. Leonard Matlovitch teaching Air Force personnel how to cure racism. We are a courageous, selfless people who have given gen- SHOW YOUR PRIDE by flying flags for th e summer, holidays and festivals U.S., Texas, Houston Sesquicentennial, Rainbow Strips, Statue of Liberty Flags, to name a few Com(• in and viBit our showroom MF Sat 8::l0-!\ IO-:l International Flag Company 2700 Stanford - Houston, TX 77006 529-FLAG erously of ourselves to improve the world that seemed to hate us. It is no surprise to me that the only woman remembered in her own right from ancient Greece, Sap­pho, is our sister, nor is the com­manding character of Gertrude Stein or that of her beloved Alice any surprise. We are not the scum those clowns have been calling us. We do not have to lie for money like the Baptist preachers who attack us or hide behind sheets like the Klan. We are a good and responsible people who have risen to the chal­lenges of our community in our time. We have much to celebrate. We deserve the attention and the mut­ual support we plan to express this Gay Pride Week. "Liberty is in our grasp." We need only stand with each other as we reach out and take it. Set yourself free, and bring your free­dom for others to celebrate at the events of this Gay Pride Week. Seventeen years ago a handful of punks and drag queens decided they had been pushed around too Jong and took a stand on Christopher Street in New York. Four days later STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AIDS/KS DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON . TUES, WED., FRI. 8AM 5:30PM OPEN THURS, SAT 8:30AM 12NOON Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy 111000 Houston. TX 770'D 6217771 --""' It's Not Too Late for Parade Entries Joe Wilson, Houston Gay Pride Week Committee treasurer, says it is is not too late for entries in this year's parade. There are presently 33 entries, he said, with a heavier percentage of non-professional entries, due in part to Houston's sagging economy. "However, original non­professional en tries are always encouraged and show much creativ­ity and enthusiasm," Wilson said. The last parade committee meeting, and the last chance to register an entry, will be Thursday, June 26. Meanwhile, another resignation has been tendered to the Gay Pride Week Committee, an organization already beleaguered by eight resig-nations last month. Tony Vega, mem her of the parade coordination committee of HGPW, claimed "irreconcilable differen­ces" with Wilson. He added that while he did not consider himself a quitter, conditions were unaccepta­ble for the two to continue to work together Vega also claimed that the bulk of the parade work has been done and that his successor should have few problems. "I hated to seem him resign. I enjoyd working with him and I thank Tony for all the work he has done in years past," said Wilson. Wilson also cited a difference of opmion between the two over han­dling of HGPW funds. Ray Hill, HGPW board member, acknowledged Vega's past work as a volunteer and wished him well in future endeavors. ~Mira, where it's a crime to be blac.k .... Ben Sargent &utk.iest ~.-where its a crime to be brown·· .. montrose VOICE MONTROSE TEXAS Popu1.u1uo tnt ·~ • .:.:.JOO Cenaus lracll 401 01 '01 02 4C" 'll 4Q2 02 405 :t2 403 •nd '°' , Zop cocres (roughlyl 71006. 71019 IPortlon). 17098 Bounded (rOIJQhlyl Shepherd Dr (WM.I). Atlen P•1kw1y (nortft). Mam St reasu. US 59 (southJ L•t•tude 1Moril•OM Blvd at WHth•~r Ad) 29•4.n3 'N LOf1g•lude9a•i:rww A111tude 4CY ELECTED OFFICIAlS FOO MONTROSE CleOfRa G•Hn•• HO!AIOtl C11y Cowr1c1t (dill CJ 8018.,by tlllJ111·~933 [I Franco L• H.1m1 County Com1r11ssaoner /pct 11 JOOI Pretlon Jl!J/171 CJlll wartar A.,.,kin Contl80Ja(pc! 1J J01S.,J«nto171Jin1 S200 Debt• D..._,rg Te•n '"'°"* ot Aep•fteflfa11~es (C:ill ''71 11ursw F•y '1131520-806' C'reig W••h1ng1on Te•n Sen1i.' 1 1 I Z:UlCltoi.•,., t7'JJ655l 04.f Md~ elaNf ll S Houu ot Repr9Mfltel,.... ldlst 18! llU5l$/nrt/l'~f7JJJ':»7 'SI The Newspaper of Montrose Established 1980 OUR 294th ISSUE, JUNE 13, 1986 Published every Friday Community Publishing Company 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006-3028 Phone (713) 529-8490 Contents copyright 1986 Office hours· 10am-5 30pm Henry McClurg publrshffr Ken Claude .,,,o, David Roumlortpr0duc11on Connie WoOds.·newt Scott Cutsinger, 8111 O'Aourke revi.,ws Sieve Warren nellOIJe/ c-,1restJ011d.n1 ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT Houston 1713) 529-8490 Elsewhere Teii:as (800) 222-1537 EXT 995220 Elsewhere US (800) 225-0227 Ext 995220 Jerry Mulholland .a .. enqing dirK.tO¥ Monte Hill eav1t111smg 1epresenltt/•v• F01.NW11ng Mttl'rlbe,. Gteeter MonlrON Busi..-s C,nlO 0.y •rtd lesbian Pr ... Anoc .. 11on News S..-Vic:e Paclhc N .. ,.,, Se,....•C• rMA$TER Send llddreu ..ar•KilOf'll to 408 Avonaai. ~ Jton TX77006~ '"'''°" tete in I.IS .n sHJea enve#opll $49 per year {S:- 1 S29per11x "'°1111tl(:15tuun) orSI 25pelwMkfltM I~ 26 .sun) Ba.:k •UUet $2 HCh Ne1•"'1•1 .a.,.,,,.1119 ,.pr .. .,,,.,,.,, Joe O.SabllO. 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Get 1t to us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we·11 have 1t ready by Spm (size of the job permitting) SAME DAY RA TE - $60 per Hour OVERNIGHT RA TE - $40 per Hour 3 DA y RA TE - $20 per Hour NO MINIMUM TIME LIMITI If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes. you·11 only be charged for 10 minutes) ~1 'l'YJ>E!-i'l'YJ,ES ·ro CHOOSE FUOM Pick Up and De/Ivery Available ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 JUNE 13. 19861 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Honors All Daddies! Hello ... Daddy, S ir!! Customer "Daddy" of the Week: Gary Hayne Saturday, June 14, 9pm: Fashions by Eagle Leather featuring the Southwest Drummer Contestants. Representing Marys: Daniel Smith Tuesday, June 17, lOpm: Rocky Raids Mary's ... Rain Date: June 20 Anniversary of the Raid on Mary's Prizes for the 2 Best Portrayed Characters Mary's Shorts Available. Get Yours Nou·!!! ttGBG DJ Lary Thompson HOME OF EAGLE LEATHER 1022 WESTHEIMER 528-8851 . . . Where Every Pour is Always a Double ... Naturally 6 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13, 1986 c3Jn ~enwriam BRANDON ZAHN In L 1v1ng Memory of Brandon J Zahn October 26. 1954-June 13. 1985 •t has been a year since Brandon departed the earth and he is still mourned and missed by family and friends But at least 1t 1s easier now tosmtle and even laugh at the countless memories he left behind May we all be so fortunate ROBERT JASON LATIMER Ao ·t Jas~n Latimer entered into eternal rest following an automobile accident on Friday. June 6. 1986. at the age of 21 A native of New York, Robert lived 1n Houston for 8 years On Monday. June 1, Robert lett Houston to embark on a world tour Those of us who knew him will miss his travel and nightclub reviews Many people will remember his sense of humor and kind words for all His life will serve as an endur­ing example of how much can be accomp-­hshed with a constructive and positive approach to life's challenges He will remain m our hearts and our mmds as he was in life. a v1taL bright. articu­late and witty loving man. His exuberance and wisdom deeply enriched the lives of those fortunate to have known him Your actual presence will be deeply missed Robert, but the richness we gained from knowing you will nurture us throughout the remainder of our lives Rest. dear Robert. until we are together again. our love sttll lives In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to tti charity of your choice Tyler York JACK LOLLAR Jack Lollar born April 25. 1964. passed away JunP 5. 1986 A native of Houston, he graduated from the Kinkaid School and attended Southwestern Un1vers1ty in Geor­getown. Texas He is survived by hrs parents. Klinka And John Lollar sisters. Carolyn and Kristen Lollar~ grandparents. Jerry Lollar York of Houston and Mary and Jack Garrett of Danbury: aunts and uncles. Bob Garrett and Jacko and Nancy Garrett of Danbury. Susan and Jim Baker of Washington. O C Jerry and Raymond Hiii of Houston, and many cousins A funeral service was held Saturday June 7 at at the Church of St John the Divine. with the Rev Laurens A Hall and Father Francis Monahan officiating Interment fol-­• OWed at Glenwood Cemetery Pallbearers were to be Bodie and Will Winston. Jacko and Bob Garrett. Raymond and Ben Hill. Mike and Graham Guernro. Bob Rayford. Holly Kinsinger. and Fay Monsen In lieu of other remembrances the family suggests a gift 1n care of Or Adam Rios. University of Texas Cancer Center, M 0 Anderson Cancer and Tumor Institute. Department of Clinical Immunology and Biological Therapy, Box 41. 6723 Bertner Ave. Houston. Texas. 77030 Geo H Lewis & Sons. 1010 Bering Dnve. 789-3005 OUR POt. CY TN Montroee Voe:. ""'' COl'l"'9m0f'•I• lhe ~"Iii of ,..<Jf'll,cme resid9ttts and Houa!on o-y community mrllltlet's •<th .,. .rvtOUt1Cement Fr>efld9 or rirtat"'" ot ,,,_ ~ ,,_, ptCllWtd9 us_.,, Tacts abOut lhe perton• Illa -otlft9c:lo'Mltaur-ors #ldbu•,.la•t~ Prme or _..can b9 •nctuded Pcri.w• •• appr.caat.d and ••D M Nl&.m9d_ N- of rl'M d«...O ~ M .rtached lO ha pholo klformalion ~ M p!"Olo•oed 10 ... ~tllrOM VCMC• • tr1a a.-t po9lbla CS. ..ct ••II M putihshecl 11r1 N Mal ..,..!Ible edition ,,_. • .., cr.o- lor th-. _...« Women with AIDS Disease's Pathway into Heterosexual Population is Slowly Widening Editor's Note: Statistics and inter­views with health officials show that AIDS in heterosexual women is of growing concern-to their sexual partners as well as to their children. In New York City, for example, AIDS is the leading killer of women aged 25-29. Though the fatal disease is not easily transmitted sexually, doctors see an AIDS epdemic among non· drug using heterosexuals slowly developing. By Scott Aiges PaC'iflc Neu·s Seril•ce Speclal to thf' Montrose Voice Cheryl stares down at her crimson fingernails as she remembers being told she had HTLV-3/LAV, the virus that can lead to AIDS. "You definitely have this virus," she recalls her doctor saying last February. "And I said, Tm not going to deal with it. No thank you.'" "I don't want to say it out loud because that makes it more real," she says. "What have I ever done in my life so terrible that this should happen to me?" A growing number of women share Cheryl's situation. They caught the virus through heterosex­ual contact, and public health offi­cials see signs that AIDS, or acquired immune deficiency syn· drome, is slowly spreading beyond the established risk groups of homo­sexual men, intravenous drug a bus· ers, Haitians and hemophiliacs. Although relatively few women have manifested AIDS, which des­troys the body's immune system, for every victim there are perhaps 50 to 100 carriers of the HTLV-31LAV virus, and as many as50,000 female carriers in New York City alone, states Dr. Charles Rabkin, an epide­miologist with the New York City Department of Health. In New York City AIDS has now replaced cancer as the biggest killer of women aged 25 to29, according to the city's health department. Cheryl's case illustrates the threat of the disease's spread to heterosexuals. She was infected by sexual contact with her husband, who contracted the virus by using intravenous drugs. Cheryl, who asked that her real name not be used, is 26 years old and black. She has A1DS-related complex (ARC), which means she has tested postivie for the virus. It is not known how many of the esti· mated 1 to 2 million virus carriers in the United States will develop AlDS. But if Cheryl gets an "oppor· tunistic" disease, that could be her fate. An opportunistic disease, such as Kaposi's sarcoma, takes advan· tage of the weakened immune sys-tern. In this country, the number of women with full-block AIDS remains small compared to men: women account for 1341, or only 6.5 percent of all the 20,531 cases reportd to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta. Most of the those women-63 per­cent in New York City and 52 per­cent nationwide-contract the disease by using intravenous drugs with AIDS-tainted needles. But CDC statistics show that the pro· portion of women who contracted AIDS from heterosexual contact­and not from needles-has jumped from 11.1 percent, or 48 women, in November 1984, to 18.2 percent, or 244 women, in May 1986. N everthele•s, some doctors down­play the assumption that AIDS could spread widely throughout the heterosexual population. "The risk to women is more because of their drug use than because of their sex­ual practices," says Dr. Stephen Shultz of New York City's health department. In New York City, AIDS has now replaced cancer as the biggest killer of women aged 25 to 29 But other specialists argue that more women will be affected. "We're talking about a sexually transmit­ted dieease," says Dr. Harold Jaffe, chief of the epidemiology branch of the AIDS program at the CDC. "So, in theory, anybody who is sexually active is at risk. But the risk varies depending on the number and type of partners they have." Several ongoing studies, for example, have shown that hetero· sexual vaginal intercourse is the dominant route of AIDS transmis­sion m central Africa. "Unless the virus is quite different in Africa bio­logically, there is every reaosn to believe that it's possible the same situation could occur in the United States-men and women being equally affected," says Dr. David Archibald, an AIDS researcher at Harvard. The unraveling of Cheryl's life began when, after two years of mar· riage, her husband took up using intravenous drugs. He was working around the clock with a construc­tion company and started snorting cocaine to stay awake. "And then he found it worked better ifhe shot it," Chery I says. "There are a number of very, very sad instances where a woman had no idea that she had a drug-using boyfriend, and in many respects was an innocent bystander," says Dr. Shultz. 'He was going to work every day," Cheryl says of her husband. "He was bringing home a paycheck every Friday." When her friends told her about her husband's drug problem, "I didn't believe them." But the paychecks began going for drugs and "then he used to beat me up. Here I am this wonderful, faithful wife and look what I get," she says staring at the one window in her tiny apartment. "It's not fair." Cheryl, who said she has not used IV drugs, has separated from her husband, but not before spending six straight months in the hospital this year for AIDS-related treat­ments. Now, living with the knowledge that she is an AIDS carrier has made Cheryl feel like a pariah in society "I don't tell anyone. Noone. Ever." While female-to-male transmis­sion of AIDS is still rare in this country, a recent survey by the CDC indicates it is possible. Of 57 men with AIDS interviewed, 15 of those would admit to no risk group butse:t with female prostitutes. But there is a greater chance a woman with AIDS will pass the dis­ease onto her children. "The infected female is more of a risk to the unborn than to her male sex partner," says Dr. Shutlz. Only 241 pediatric AIDS cases, or 1.4 percent of the total, have been reported to the CDC, but the risk to children is proven. Traces of the HTLV-3/LAV have been found in menstrual blood, vaginal secre­tions, tears-and even breast milk. "I think the transmission of the virus to the unborn is a major con­cern. The risk is proven," Dr. Shultz says. "We have some 122 cases of congenitally acquired AIDS. So there is a spread of the infection to the fetus." Until women with AIDS attact the kind of headlines that have been mainly reserved for male homosex· uals, many are left to suffer in lone­liness. "Women who have AIDS are more isolated and alienated and without support systems," says Anastasia Lekatsas, who inter· views women with AIDS for the New York City health department. "Women really don't have a place to go." Chery, who lives alone in one small room, says, "Everything is so important to me. The reds are redder, the blues are bluer. Time-­time is so important to me." Then she adds with an ironic smile, "I'm tainted love, you know." West~ Cafe 5284350 Serving OUR Community 2~ Hours Bring Your DADDY in SundalJ (June 15) and Rece ive 1/2 Price Off His Meal TH JUNE 13, 1986 f MONTROSE VOICE 7 Come On Back To Where It's At June 13 and 14th: R&Grand Opening!!! Country Express Band Door Prizes. / Drink Specials and More Sesquincentennlal Surprises! Monctay- Open Pool Tournament 9:00- Winner Takes All-2nd Place $15.00 Bar Tab Happy Rour All Day I All Night Tuesday- $3 Beer Bust 6:00 to close­Serving Miller lJfr on Draft­Dance Lessons 9:30 Wednesday- Happy Hour 4pm to close MSA Billiard$ Bpm Thurs Casino Night Spm to close & Square Dancing 7- 9pm Friday- Bring A Buddy Night ... Specials!!! Sunclay- Summer Sundays (beginning June 15th) Marvs and Screws S l. 00 2pm to close Dart.<, \fideo Games, Pinball. Dancing MSA Pool Tcurnament 3pm Happy Hour 4-8 Daily Wheel of Fortune 6:30 Every Weeknight 0.t ready for the All Texas Country & Western DJ Spinoff coming June 21 9150 So. Main 66~3464 Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas ~~ __.:-:-··••see the stars•• •••. SAVEi SAVE! SAVE! on all types of video accessories PRICES SLASHED Check It Out! 2016 Montrose 529-5544 8 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13 1986 So-Called 'AIDS Test' is Only a Test for Exposure A weekly health information column sponsored by The Jfontrose Cunic Please send your health questwns, anonymously, to. The Medicine Chest c o The Montrose Voice 408 Awndale Houston, TX 77006 How long after exposure to AIDS would it take for the test to be positive? It Is important to remember that the "AIDS test'' is not really a test for AIDS. All the HTLV-IlltLA V test does is determine whether or not you have antibodies to AIDS; i.e., whether or not you have been exposed to the virus. Exposure to the AIDS virus does not mean that you will get AIDS. It usually takes 2-8 weeks for the antibodies to develop after expo· sure, although in some cases it has taken up to 6 months. Because the test sometimes shows false nega­tives, it is suggested that those who test negatively (do not have antibo­dies) repeat the test in six months. AIDS Foundation Seeks Volunteers " Houston 's AIDS Foundation always needs new volunteers," says Joe Lane, board member responsi­ble for the group's volunteer pro- 2ram. I am married, but I have had several gay experiences (my wife doesn't know). My wife wants to have a baby, and I am worried about having a child with AIDS. What should I do? As we haw said before, the AIDS antibody test cannot tell you if you have AIDS or if you are going to develop AIDS. But it does tell you if you are a carrier. Perhaps it would be appropriate for you to take the test to see if you have been exposed. If you have antibodies, then your wife is at risk of having been infected with the virus. This is the time to sit down and have an honest discussion with her about her risks and the risks to your future child­ren. Perhaps she should take the antibody test since she is in a high risk group. If she tests positivie, it does not mean that she has AIDS or will develop AIDS. But she is at higher risk of developing AIDS than the average woman. This means that your future children are in a high risk group as well. At this time, medical experts Sports Voice "Besides the ongoing need for 'Buddies,' we need 'Helpers' to offer transportation and domestic assist· ance, plus volunteers to serve in the a reas of fund raising, public rela­tions, education a nd to assist in the foundation's office," says Lane. Anyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer of the AIDS Foundation Houston can call 524- AIDS to request an application. Stein & Toklas DETECTIVES Join Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas as they sleuth through the French countryside, investigating the disappearance of the father of their handsome gardener. A new and unusual novel by Samuel M. Steward, author of the Phil Andros stories, and a real­life friend of Stein and Toklas. MURDER IS MURDER IS MURDER $6. 95 in bookstores, or use this coupon to order by mail Here is $7.50 for Murd;; is Murder is Murder, by Sa,;uel stew;;d. address __ _ city state _ _ _ zip Alyson Publications, Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St. Boston. MA 02118 adamantly recommend that people who test positive for the HTLV·Ill antibody do not have children, espe­cially if it is the female partner who tesL' positive. This is not an easy issue, but it is one that must be con· fronted before you make decisions about children. You may want to contact the Montrose Counseling C.en.te.r .fo.r .s.up.p.ort... .... . ~Pl~y ~Safe! AIDS Foundation Holding an Open House The AIDS Foundation, Houston, is inviting the community to an open house and reception Monday, June 16. The open house will be held 7:00· 9:00 p.m. at the group's offices at :l400 Montrose, suite 700. The open house will allow the foundation's supporters and con­tributors to see the new office and to meet the new board of directors. Curtis Dickson, the foundation's new executive director, will also be present to meet the public and to discuss the future direction of the organization. "The foundation has had an opportunity to express its gratitude to its volunteers through Volunteer Appreciation Night. It is hoped that this open house will be an opportun· ity to say 'thank you' to those per­sons who are not volunteers, but who are still supporters of the foun­dation," stated a press release from board member Patrick di Battista. "The evening will be an opportun­ity to socialize as well as to gather valuble information. The commun­ity built this foundation. They should come out and see something that they can be proud of," he said. WiTH A NEW diR ECTOR A NEW OffiCE A NEW NAME ANd A NEW boARd of diRECTORS lsN'T iT TiME TliAT you kNEW us bnTrn? THE BoARd of DiRECTORS of THE AIDS FouNdATiON HousTON CORdiAlly iNviTES you TO AN OpEN H ousE R ECEp TiON ON MoNdAy, Ju NE 1 b 7pM-QpM AT OUR officE loc ATEd AT }400 MoNrnosE, SuiTE 700 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77006 2303 Richmond 522·7616 sunday-June 1 sth -apm DADDY'S IN DRESSES BENEFIT SHOW Benefiting cregg's $6000 Hospital Biii Anyone can enter. contact Barry or Randy steak Night- Spm till $1.25 Margaritas & Chips COUPON Spanish Flower MEXICAN RESTAURANT 4701 N Main (in the Heights near 1""'5) 860-1706 COUPON JUNE 13. 1986 I MONTROSE VOICE 9 r fl I I l!I U r 8 n l & C a b a r e I 2702 KIRBY June 17-21 only Monday Showcase June 16: DONNA and CHARLENE June 23: LOU AN MIL ES John R. Bun . \l u">iGtl Din·om Rascals' new Summer Menu ONNI ·· NEOMOfllDAY-THURSDA~ ))()pm ' r.>tOAY & SATURDAY '30pm HAPPY HOUR M1.JNOAY·FRIOAY 4·9pm HORS O'OEVVRES & OR1NK SPECIALS M0Ni1A,Y- lHUF'SOot,'1' 12 ....., • 21'10em Sunday Champ~gne Brunch 11=30-3=00 CHUTES 1732 Westhelmer Mr. Southwest Drummer 86 UST OF PRIZES: F1RST PLACE-Trophy 5250 Cosh from Chutes 5250 Gift Certificate from Eagle Leathtt One Round Trip Ticket from Eagle LHlher Hotel Accomodatioos &om Chutes Bt:h Buddt: &om Braz.OI Back Pocket $50 Gift Cn1Uk•t rrom Leather by 8ooU SECOND PLACE-Trophy $100 Gift CenfficlO• from Eagle Lnlher $50 Cosh &om Chutes THIRD PLACE-Trophy 550 Gift Certific9e from E•gle Lealher 525 Ca.VI from Chutes MR. SOUTHWEST DRUMMER86 List of Events for June 13, 14, 15 June 13 Cousins, Meet the Contestants, IOpm Venture N, Meet the Contestants, Midnight June 14 Rehearsals 10- Chutes Ripcord. Meet the Contestants, Jpm Marys, Leather Fashion Show, 9pm Mining Co., Meet the Contestants, Midnight June 15 Bnizos Riv.,. Bottom, Meet the ContestllOIS, U:JOpm Chutes, Show, 6pm, 1732 Westheimer, benelitting AIDS Foundation. (For more info 523-2213 or 524-8747) 10 MONTROSE VOICE JUNE 13. 1986 Sports Voice Calendar & Standings SUNDAY: Frontrunners. 9am Memoriat Park Hou-Tex Tennis Club Ten~~~~~~8~enn1s Club 10am-1pm. Homer Challenge L adder ford Tennis Center rnatchl trirough June 1 Hou-Tex Tennis Club 10:30am-1:30pm, "1'"0f- TEN LADDER Homer Ford Tennis Center 1 Jim Kitch 6 Eddie Cha1,1ez Montrose Softball League regular season 2 Randall Dickerson ~ ~~~P5ower ~:~La~;~~€eh~~:~. ~~/~x5~P~~~~;: J ~~:~ ~ ~~~~~eK~ney 9 sieve Bearden Women's Bowlmg League Spm, Stadium 5 David Garza 10 Thomas Cortez Bowl 1 Joe L B LAOD~ALou G WW B Bowling League 7:30pm. Post Oak 2 Randy Miller 7 Ron Rod Lanes 3 Sabe Velez 8 Bill Santa111 MONDAY: MSA Men's Bowling 9pm. Stadium 4 9111 A 9 Larry Jarvis Bow1 s Rick Massey 10 Mark Deardorff TUESDAY: Frontrunners. 6 30pm Memorial c ... ADDER Park Tennis Center 1 Arm• Alabanza 6 Henry Eckhardt MSA ·Fun Volleyball League." 7pm 2 David Heilana 7 Rick Martinez WEDNESDAY: MSA Pool League plays 8pm. J Rick Knapp 8 Da1w1d Hendrickson various k>cat1ons 4 Gabe Herptn 9 Rudy Garcia Hou· Tex Tennrs Club doubles 7 30pm 5 Jason F 10 David Moskowitz Homer Ford Tennis Center D LADDER THURSDAY: Frontrunners. 6:30pm Memonal 1 Randy .,1eracheck 2 Steve Chesney Park Tennis Center DOUBLES LADDER Houston Tennis Club doubles 7-30pm 1 Steve Bearden & Bill Santa•t' Homer Ford Tennis Center 2 Eddi ;~ 1vez & ~ nry E1:khard! 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane· MSA Mixed Bowhng League 8 45pm. Stadium Bowl Houston Tennis Club MSA Monday Bowling Challenge Ladder 'TANDINGS f• JW•"9 lune 9 :ompet1t1on w~ male' through June 10 TOP TEN LADDER Tw-sted Sisters Boys R Us Bnar Pa1ch Patti ~•bOwTers s Easy Pieces DIVISION A DIVISION B 25 24 24 11 12 12 1 Andrew Moms 6 Ron Bell 2 Robert Holmes 7 Bee Hopper 3 J C Barrera 8 Ed Farley 4 Rick Hadnot 9 David He1land 5 Arm1 Alabanza 10 Rich Corder BLADDER 1 B11ry Green For Your Thighs Onty DIVISION C 28 28 24 8 8 12 2 Steve Bryant Randy Lunsford ' Travis W1." s 6 Da1w1d Hendrickson 7 Oscar Ysassi 8 Rudy Garcia 9 JV Klmger Bed Reokers 24 12 S Shawn Paulk '0 Billy Dee 611 Cockta1ters 23 13 Fre--to-l1y 21 15 CLADDER Sore Balls 21 15 1.1oeD 4 M•chael J 2 ... erry Barker MSA Thursday Bowling 3 F Reyes STANDINGS fOllOwrng June '"m DOUBLES LADDER 1 Andrew Morns & Billy De-e 2 Jerry B1rker & Rich Corder Thurs N1te Trn1 1 3 "7 ' 3 Shawn· Paulk & Randy Lunslord Four Plav ' Joe Oee & Rich Hadno1 Frosted Flakes 12 7 8 5 Travis W1Jhs & Rich Corder FOURTH ANNUAL BAR-TO-BAR FUN RUN FUNDRAISER FRONT RUNNERS -----.::.C>li~"l'iiii ____ _ Join the Houston Frontrunners for a Memorable Afternoon of Runnin', Cruzin', and Drinkin' at many of Your Favorite Bars and financially help the organization of your choice. DATE: Saturday, June 21 TIME: 2pm START: Venture-N COST: $10 Minimum Donation REST STOPS· Brazos River Bottom The 611 Club Dirty Sally's Pacific Street Area Bars Cousins Mary's ... Naturally Chutes Distance is approximately 5 miles with a pool party afterwards for those completing the course Please make check payable to any one of the following organizations· Aids for AIDS AIDS Foundation Gay & lesbian Switchboard Texas Human Rights Foundation Montrose Counseling Center Montrose Cllnlc Other Organization of Your Choice Mail to FRONTRUNNERS, P.O. Box 66371, Houston, TX 77266 Montrose Softball League >CH EDU LE June 15 Make games played early. ptvs R1ch·s vs Brazos. 1 JOpm Galleon vs The 611 , 2.40pm Brazos vs R1ch·s. 3 50pm The 611 vs Galleon. 5pm Voice vs Sally's. 6 10pm Ranch vs Patch. 7 20pm AESUL TS June 8 Gems Postponed. rain STANDINGS Followmg June 1 Games Won LOil GULF COAST DIVISION Rich 's 10 0 Briar Patch 5 5 Rarn:h 4 6 Galleon 3 6 BAYOU CITY DIVISION The 611 8 1 Montrose Voice 5 5 Dirty Sany·s 4 6 Brazos RB 0 10 .... •• 1.000 500 400 333 6 .. 889 500 3'• 400 4 ~ 000 8' Houston Women's Softball SCHEDULE June 15 Hollywood Bears vs Bacchus Faster Women. Sam Coffee Beans vs Rebels. 9pm Bacchus Faster Women vs New Impressions 10am Holylwood Bears vs Hemcanes. I lam Ducks vs Rebels. noon Coltec Beans vs Hemcanes. 1pm Ducks vs New Impressions. 2pm Rock. N Horse vs Undercover. 3pm MCCR Angets vs Sport 4pm Rock N Horse vs Express. Spm Undercover vs MCCR Angels. 6pm Sport vs Express. 7pm RE"SUL TS June 1 No games scheduled M&L Rebels Collee Beans Herncanes STANDINGS Following ~ WeeJis w ..... HollywOOd Bears A DIVISION 10 8 5 5 New Impressions Bacchus Faster Women Ducks 2\lt 7 ~ 2·,; 7V, 2 8 B DIVISION MCCR Angsts 8 2 Undercover 7 3 Rock N Horse 4 5' Sport 4' 5,. E•press 9 GB 1 000 800 2 500 5 500 s 250 7' 250 7' 200 8 800 700 1 450 3· 450 3' 100 7 MSA Pool League Tea,., tand1•1g~ Summer League. W8P,k 3 TEAM Al it w ..... ·k Total Match Total games 1 Ranch Hands l 9--6 3-0 30-8 2 Bacchus 12-3 3-0 3S..1 O 3 Rancheros 8-7 3-0 34-11 4Cousms t0-5 3-0 29--16 5 Mary·a Nalurally Ill &9 2·1 32-13 6Too611 6-9 2-1 29--16 7 611111 9-6 2·1 24-14 8Bacchus11 12·3 2-1 27·18 9 Street Cats 8·7 2·1 22-23 10 Venture--N I 11·4 2·1 22-23 11 Mary's Naturally I 9-6 2-1 2~25 12 K1ndredSp1nts 12-3 1-2 25--20 13 L1pshCk. 7-8 1-2 25-2( 14 Mary·s Naturally II S-.9 1·2 24--21 15 Ranch HartdS II 1-8 1·2 22-2:. 16 Belt PllwS 10-5 1·2 20-25 17 Bacchus 111 8-7 1-2 17·28 18 The Barn 7-8 1-2 17-2 19 Venture--N I 3-12 1-2 1&29 20 Roel< N Horse Hust! ~11-2 21 Hooters 22 JR"s 23 Ripcord 24 The611 1S..30 'l-12 5· 10 3· f2 4-11 1-2 ().3 ().3 ().3 Special Events June 21 Gay Pride Week Sports Day 1~32 15--30 .. 36 4-41 June 25 Texas Gay Rodeo Association Gay Pride Week event July 19-27 Montrose Softball League playoffs July 25-Aug 3 US Olympic Festival, Hous­ton Aug 24-30 Gay World Series X. New York City Labor Day Weekend Women·s Softball '86 World Series. New Haven. Conn Summer Billiards League Underway The Ranch Hands I were leading the new MSA Summer Billiards League after three weeks of play, followed in second place by Bacchus I and in third by the Rancheros. Cousins is fourth, with all four top teams being undefeated. Any pool players who might be interested in joining the MSA Pool League are invited to call league secretary Dennis Lord at 721-6505. The league is also sponsoring a Saturday afternoon pool tourne­ment running through June and July, with games being played each Saturday, 2:00 p.m., atThe611 club. June team captains meeting will be held this Sunday, June 15, 2:00 p.m. at The Barn. GAY GAMES TICKET HOTLINE 415/861-5686 Frontrunners' Bar Run is Next Weekend The Fourth Annual Bar-To· Bar Fun Run sponsored by Houston Front Runners will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 21 at the Venture-N, 2923 Main. Joe Stovall, president of the group, says it will then proceed to the Brazos River Bottom, Dirty Sal· ly's, The61 l Club, Montrose Mining Co./JR's, and Mary's, and will end at Chutes. This year each runner is asked to contribute a minimum donation of $10.00 by check, made payable to the community organization of the runner's choice. HTC Tennis Rained Out Recent heavy rains have really put the old damper on tennis activities. Several Houston Tennis Club members playing on the challenge ladders at Memorial Park were partly rained out last Sunday. Other rains caused scheduling prob­lems for court time, etc. So, this Sunday, HTC will again try to get its matches played at Southwest Tennis Center (on South Gessner) from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 PM. Also, because of the rain~ and this Sunday being Father's Day, the monthly June meeting previously scheduled at J.C. Barrera's home has been cancelled until later notice. Please call Rich Corder at 524· 2151 for information. 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Dade Coun ty s rr !hon or so irhabi•ants a re an Ur'Wieldy c<>m'>inatwn d loca l Scut'1ern Baptists retired sun se kirg !liew Yorkers. and trans· p.anted L~tino refugees The libe ated gay person must be defiant, while still treading very careful,y The twin lures of sun and luxury attract millions of tourists annu­ally, and whether you're the mink or bikini type, you'll find your niche here along Florida's "Gold Coast." Miami International Airport is the gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean serving some40orso foreign countries (not to mention fabulous Key West). Visitors to the tropical showcase may here to see Hialeah Racetrack,Jai-Alai Palace, Key Largo, Metrozoo, the Orange Bowl, Seaquairum, Vizcaya, Uni· versity of Miami or the nearby Ever· gladeH National Park. But don't overlook the laid-back ambiance of village life in Coconut Grove or the hunks displaying their sun-tanned muscular bodies at Virginia Beach. The Miami gay bar scene has changed radically over the last few years. Uncle Charlie's at 3673 Bird Rd. is the top disco for men, while Horizons at 2054 N .W. 23rd Ave. is the late night dance palace that doesn't even get crowded until the wee hours of the morning. The original Karleman's has closed and has moved into a great new building, at 1060 N.E. 79th St. The new name is Club Milord, and it has disco dancing and entertain· ment. Other disco:; are Mixers. at 2490 S.W 17th Ave .. which attracts both men and women, and the Waterfront, at 3615 South River Dr K.W, which gets a young Latino crowd. Downtown Miami's only remain· ing gay bar is the Double Rat 1001 N.E. 2nd Ave., the closest thing to a macho cruise bar in town. It attracts whatever Levi and Western jocks are around, hut close:; at I ·00 a.m. on weekdays and 2:00 a.m. on weekends-much earlier than many nearby bars which are open until 5:00 or 6:00 a.m. Probably the most exciting new bar in Miami is Cheers, located about six miles south of downtown at 5922 S. Dixie Hwy. It has great video and a Sunday T·dance. Neighborhood bars include the Hole(somes&Mt. Leprechaun (crui· sey), and Gregory's (a piano bar). For the first time in number of Downtou·n Miami years, life is stirring again in Miami Beach. The Boardwalk at 17008 Col· !ins Ave. is a popular show bar, especially with Cubans. The Sea Gull is trying to be the super com· pl ex that replaced the fabled Marlin Beach Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale. They offer cheap rooms, disco, leather bar. cafe and pool. Good luck . The beach can use it, if it makes it. For gay dining, try the Cactus, Hattie's Place or Olde Key West. For excellent, if very expensive "straight" dining, I like Cafe Chau· veron , Chez Vendome, Depot, Forge, Horatio's, Marcella's, Prince Hamlet and Raimondo. "Little Havana" has many good Spanish-styled restaurants such as Centro Vasco and El Baturro, where the flavors and aromas tempt your senses without putting your credit cards over the limit. The Club Body Center and Gym Miami at 2991 Coral, Way is very popular. But I usually stay at the Holiday Inn at 2.500 Brickell. This is iust off l-95 and the Rickenbacker Causeway, which is about as cen· trally located as you can get in auto- IT:l!t' 'Exilt' ·1 ['. t• ' l TUAS OLDEST GAY llAll f''riday, IO pm till? Little Bobby's Review with .Janee Johnson, Laura Lee Love, Bunny LaCara, Rainbow & Guest 8unday, 6-9pm .'fB. 7aek and her Boozin' Buddies .tfis11 Alabama, Frankie & Special Guest o~ 12·2do1ly Beer Bust Wed with tree Hot D.:>gs & open B~r f.:r' ~~~~ 5un H~POY Hour 12 9 Daly & 0111/y C, n il "pe: als onented Greater Miami. While here, pick up a copy of The Weekly News. one of America's best gay newspapers. From the glamorous facade of Miami Beach's faded hotels, through the Black and Latin ghet· tos to Millionaire's Row on Key Bis­cayne, the area is a study in dramatic contrasts. Miami is a great city and has the natural assets and resources to survive adversity. The Seminoles have an old saying that "hurricanes pass quickly, and then the sun comes shining through." Here's to a sunny, hot and tran­quil Miami. Damron is the publiahser of the "Bob Damron Address Book '87." a gay trat•el guide, auailable at many gay bar., baths, shops and book· stores, or by mail for$ /.J.00, u·hich includes packing and shipping, from Bob Damron Enterprises, P.O. Box 14077, San Francisco, CA 941/.1. 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Didato, Ph.D. Can you recall the good feehng when <;0meone carried your bulky package, held a heavy door or allo"ed you to go ahead of them in a long hoe? In a world of chaos, favors granted by perfect strangers remind U\ that <;0eial grace is still well and thri"ing. And showing regard for others abo has a ripple effect to those around us. Researchers from Manhauanville College m Purchase, N.Y., studied shoppers at a large department store and found that when strangers are given C\en such a Inning offering as a warm smile they, m turn, tend to be kind and helpful 10 or hers nearby. The busin"'5 of bemg thoughtful to others also depends on our self­image. The more we perceive our· selves as helpful, the more hkely we are to extend aid 10 other... The proc"'5 of responding to other' starts early. Dr. Marian Radke Yarrow, chief of the Laboratory of Developmental Psychology at the National Institute of Mental Health, Washmgton, D.C., a center which studies young 1.:hildren, reports 1hat \Orne babies as young as one year are capable of comforting others who are c.:rying or in pain. By the age of two or three some may display even more ~ophisticated altruistic behavior toward those in need. How responsive are you to others? Are you aware of those linle acts of How responsive are you IO others? Are you aware of those little acts of kindness which could make someone's 101 a mite easier? IMMUNO­THERAPY CLINIC • Boost your Immune Response System with our advanced Immune Therapy Program • Elivate energy level • Doctor supervised and administered • Complete confidentiality • Initial Evaluation Free 704 Medical Towers Houston, TX 77030 (713) 795-0098 kindness which could make someone's lot a mite easier? Below are some situations which renect thoughtfulness. Most are drawn from Psychology Today magazine. Answer yes or no to each. Be honest. I. Do you. when instructed, write your account number on your checks when paying bills? 2. When you meet someone, 'do you usually turn so the sunlight will not be in their eyes? 3. When a waiter clears your table, do you readily hand him Items difficult for him to reach? 4. When stopping to speak with someone on the street, do you remove your sunglasses? 5. Do you place your chair in dose to the table when you leave a res1auran1? 6. When you buy a small uem, do you often carry it as is to save the clerk the trouble of bagging it? 7. At the checkout counter, do you turn items so the cashier can see the price tajtS? 8. When you get a wrong number on an answering machine, do you usually hang up without saying anything? SCORE: Give yourself one point for each yes answer, except No. 8, which is no. The higher your score, the more thoughtful you are. WHAT MAKES US HELPFUL? We're more likely to be helpful if the needy person is: 1. a woman more so than a man. 2. well dressed rather than poorly clad. 3. in a quiet setting rather than one which is noisy. 4. older rather than younger. We're also more likely to comply if the requestor is alone rather than with others. And also if he states his request openly and with a good reason. Example: "May I go ahead of you? I have a train to catch." The formula which applies is: Request plu' reason yields greater com­pliance. NOTE: You can develop thoughtfulness for others by trying to be more conscious of them and practice 1he daily niceties which make for smoother interpersonal relationships. 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When a 4';.~year·old cowboy comes into his of. flee to report that his younger partner 1s missing, Jake's first impulse is to gently explain to the guy that he's been dumped But soon 1s investigation shows that Andy Jones's disappearance is only part of a much wider scheme. The only question is Will Jake live to uncover it al 1 SAFE STUD The safuc:x chroniclu o f Max Exandc:r SAFESTUD: The safcsu chronicles of Max Eiander. by Max Exandcr, $7_()() Max Exander's f1rst rcacuon to the idea of safe sex is disappointment. But with t.::le, he finds that the change from his old bab1ts can be invtgoraung in uncx- I pectcd ways THE TWO Of US, by Larry J. Uhn~, $7 ()() A pracucal handbook about how to make a gay or lesbian relatmnship work, wuh special emphasis on the reli­gious aspects of gay unions DANCER DAWKINS AND THE CALIFORNIA KID, by Willyce Kim, $6.00. In Bangor, Maine, Little Willie Gutherie renameo; herself The California Kid, "ocks up on Rubbles Dubble bubble gum and her father's best Havana cigars and heads west 'Willyce Kim has created a wonderful, np--roanng Western lesbian adventure that left me warm, ucklcd and hoping she writes a dozen more. I lovtd it," writes Judy Grahn MURDER IS MURDER IS MURDER, by Samuel M Steward, $7 .00. This unusual mystery sends Cenrude Stein and Alice B Toklas sleuthing through the French countryside, attempting to solve the mysterious disappearance of a man who is their neighbor and the father of their handsome deaf-mute gardener. A new and very different treat from the author of the Phil Andros stories ·~· l~f~~~~~sl "lloM- - -- "',:,,,. ,.,....,;;;;;""',;;;;, STOLEN MOMENTS, by John PreSton, SS.00. Who says heroes can't be gayl In the fourth of the' Mission of Alex Kane" o;enes, Kane and his partner Danny Fonelh head for Houston. There, they take on a media baron who is intent on using homophobia to build his tabloid's circulation Also available. Sweet Dreams, Golden Years and Deadly Lies; each star· ring Alex and Danny; $5.00 each EIGHT DAYS A WEEK, by Larry Duplcchan $7 00 Johnnie Ray Rousseau is a 22-ycar-old black gay pop si~er whose day starts at 11 pm. Keith Keller 1s a white hanker with a IO o'clock hedume - and muscles to die for This story of their love affair is one of the mo!'>t engrossmg and funniest you'll ' ever read THE MOVIE LOVER, by Richard Fnedel, $6.95. Burton Raider's problems begin in high school when he realizes he's in love wuh his fnend Roman As he gets older, the problems increase - and so does the humor of his situation, in what Chrucophtr Sueet calls ''the funniest gay novel of the year " MURDER IS MURDER IS MURDER, by Samuel M Steward, $7 .00. This unusual mystery sends Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas sleuthing through the French countryside, attempting tO solve the mysterious disappearance of a man who is their neighbor and the father of their handsome deaf-mute gardener. A new and very different treat from the author of the Phil Andros stories THE LIONS' DEN, by Larry Howard, $8.00 As a closeted college professor Danie! ha~ resigned himself to a life of loneliness. He even fights off the ad· vanccs of a gay student, Matthew Rt:id - fur a time. Finally, however, he decides to risk all in order to be faithful to himself HOT LIVING: Erotic stories about safe se.z, edited by John Preston, SS.00. The AIDS cnsis has closed off some forms of sexual activity for health-conscious gay men, but it has also encouraged many men to look for new forms of sexual ex­pression. Here, over a dozen of today's most popular gay writers erotically describe those new possibilities STUD, by Phil Andros, with an introduc­tion by John PreSton, $6.95. Phil Andros is a hustler with a conscience, pursuing every form of sex mcludmg affection - without apology The Pearl Bastard THE PEARL BASTARD, by Lillian Halegua, $4.00 Frankie 1s fifteen when sh1.~ leaves her large suffocatmg Catholic family m the inner city for Montauk, work, and th<.· sea This story of her sud· den entry into a harsh matunty is told with a stmplicuy of style reminiscent of The Color Purple MEDITERRANEO, by Tony Patrioli, $12.50. Through some 46 photos, Italian photographer Tony Patrioli explores the homo-erotic territory in which, since the beginning of time, adolescent boys have discovered sex (Oversize paperback) ONE TEENAGER IN TEN: Writings by gay and lesbian youth, edited by Ann Heron, $4.00. Twenty-eight young pc(} ple from all over the US and Canada, mostly in high school, share their coming-out experiences IN THE TENT, by David Rees, $6.00. Seventeen-year-old Tim realizes that he is attracted to his classmate Aaron, but, still caught up in the guilt of a Catholic upbnnging, he has no idea what to do about It. Then m the middle of a camp­ing trip, a storm traps the two of them in a tent wuh two other boys, and the issues can no longer be avoided ............ TO ORDER ..... .. ... .. Enclosed is$_ Please send the books I've listed below (Add $1.00 postage when ordenng 1ust one book; if you order mare than one we'll pay postage.) Please send me the'>e books: I. 2. 3. 4. 5. V1s11 anJ m11stercvrd accepted; plevse send acct number. exp. elate, and s1gnaturi' name add res'> City c;tatt.: .:1p ALYSON PUBLICATIONS Dept P-1 40 Plympton St Hoston, MA 021 I 8 JUNE 13. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 17 Here They Are, 'Best of the Year' By Bill O'Rourke Montrose Vmce Thrater Critic Welcome to the prestigious second annual Bill O'Rourke's Best of the Year Awards. "If the critics were always right we should b<· in deep trouble."­Robert Morley. The final sav in this column beJongs to one ·fallible man. This eason, however, richlv deserve.s a look back This is a time-J:.oror!'d w y to do it. My pick for BestMusicaltlusy!'tlr is Pacific (hwrtures <Stages). Tb!' other nominees: Company <Main Strr!'t), Guy.- and Dolls, and Carou· sci (both 11t TUTS), and Duonesbury (Stages). The revue sensation of the year was A ... My Name is Alice (at the Alley). Not only did it get extended extensively here, it also had good luck in San Francisco. Also: Risky Business and non-musical revues at Radio Music Theatre and the Comedy Workshop. "There has been a dearth ofreally sparkling bright comedies this year. We need more."-Me, last year's B.O.T.Y. column, 5121185, VOICE. Well, it's been a bit better this year. But I still think we need more successful comedies. This year's Best Comedy, The Foreigner (Alley), is still playing. Also: The Ladies at the Alamo Boolle and Beu discuss their lil'es m Ellen Byron's "Graceland," Stages, thru June 22 (Theater Suburbia), Isn't It Roman· tic? (Stages), Painting Churches (Alley) and Twelfth Night (Main Street). The competition among dramas was so intense that I'm declaring a tie between Mara ti Sade (Main Street) and Balm in Gilead (Alley). Also: Under Heaven's Eye till Cock· crow (Ensemble), Traveller in the Dark (Stages), Orphans and Execu· tion of Justice (both Alley). The Best One· Person Show was A Woman of Independent Means star· ring Barbara Rush at the Heinen. There are two directors, each of whom has one winner and one nominee to his credit: George And· erson and Ted Swindley. George has a lively, witty hand at drama (Balm and Orphans). Ted has curbed some of his past excesses and let his strong point-simple human emotions-shine through again (Traveller and Ovc"'turesl. And now for a w•ird from our sponsor The Tap Darice Kid had a 1 it if things going for it opening niglit­four show·stopping numbers, men tap dancing in roller skates, women tapping en pointe and a reviewer in the third row who thought it was gonna be in town two weeks, among other things. (Wrong. Just one. When am I gonna learn?) All's for the best. I would have told you not to miss it. You might have listened to me. More money would have left the local economy headed northeast. Franny, The Queen of Provincetown, Kindred Sp1rits. June 24th The acting awards are given for bodies of work, not single perfor· mances. Houston's theater scene is based upon short runs in repertory theaters. There is no theater an independent producer could rent for an open-ended run. (Well, maybe the Tower.) Since I cannot recommend with these awards that you go see a specific role, I recommend names whose consistently fine work should help convince you to buy a ticket to whatever they are in. Since I want the actors to become as important as the producers, I reward those who act in more than one theater. Since this should be a lucrative business, not just an art, I give the nod to those working in theaters where pay is nominally available. To spread the "glory." no one can win the same category two years in a row. If you look hard, you'll see where I've bent these rules a little. Musical Actress of the Year has got to lw Janet Williams Adder]\' (A . , Kiss Me Kat<'). That's by reader acclamation as well as my own. Also; Marsha Calton, Carrie Woliver and Debby Boiley Musical Actor Jerry Miller played the samurai's wife in the basically all-male Pacific Oi-ertures, as well as Zonker in Doonesbury. also: Randy Jobe Generally, the same talented peole do both drama and comedy Actor of the Year Kent Johnson started off the season as a person with AIDS in One IThr Group). Then wPnt to Main f'treet in Tuelfth Night and a 1'aunting gau'1t ~larat in Marat Sade Tl en though less ·ucc·e sfull)', he <' d Roland Hedley ir Dncnesbuq What a great \ariety oftiupcrbwork b) a fine actor! And of all tht yc~ s winners he most perfe< tlv em bodies what I'm looking form my rules. So doc;; Jam es Rlack, but he won last year. Harry Brewer, Charle, Krohn and Jeff Bennett stay y,;th their home theaters. Jeff, now firmly established, was Best Adult Newcomer last year. Can I pick them, or what? Actress of the year Vicki Luman stayed put. too, but her roles ranged widely. They varied from courtly (Tu·elfth Night) to frighteningly vacant (Marat Sade) to hilariously spaced out on grass (Company). Jean Proctor wasn't afraid to fail (Learned Ladies) and that courage brought her excellent performances in Isn't It Romantic?, Sister Mar) Ignatius. and the latest Talley play Chutzpah of the Year goes to Stages Theater. In March they sent out a bevy of letters. Mine said that they finally acknowledged that they owed me for three months of work I did for them January­March '83 and would be ready to pay me in May '87. Unless, of course, I wanted to donate all or part of that money to help them meet a matching grant. If they didn't hear from me within a month, they'd assume I wanted to donate all of it to them. Or maybe they win it for telling me in early December that I could automatically become a member of their auxiliary company. that there was no limit to the number of people who would bein it. Then inJanuarv they told me that they had had to limit the number of people in that company and that I wa,n't one of about 40 chosen. Of course, I could still try out any Monday for accep· tance to that group. Was it full or wasn't it? Was I expected to remember this slight and turn Rex Reed on their next effort;;~ Of cou'"e not. Or perhaps I should win th!' chutzpah award myself for even mentioning their high-handedness m print. Newcomber of the Year: Trent Tellepson (Trai·eller int he Dark) for his amazing!\· mature realistic pr<> tray!, although Josh Goldberg's scene·stealing shenanigans in Member of the Wedding were awfully cute. 18 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13, 1986 Best Ongmal Script (l admit tn having missed quite a few): Brian Reich's Fortune's Fools. I love Luna Vista which was done in readings at Cbocolate Bayou. but their full pro­duction of it doesn't hit the boards till this fall. Tony Falcone's sets have really given Mam Street a whole new feel. Franklin Hollenbeck's costumes IAD Players) are beautiful. I still can't get <1ver the Queen's dre" from The Ballard of Anne Askew. The h<>st publicity on a shoe string 1s done by Eddie Copy of Theater Southwest. The best well-funded 1s a tie hf> tween the Alley's Julie Devane and the Smythe Katzen agency. I still wish Ann and Bill would found a Hcuston Cntics CircleRo we can get some city-wide, committee· voted awards going. Until someone does, that's one critic's view of the f!.'j.~6 season. n Notes Riskv Busmes. has closed. I had many exhilarating evenings there. I "''lll miss it a lot. On May 16, the 37th annual NYC , 'ew Dramatist.' Spring Luncheon honored Geor!(e Abbot. One of the m st recent of his directing projects (part of a 73-year so far career in the theater) was last summer's A . My Name i.; Alice .. Educating Rita (Chocolate Bayou I has been extended through June 28 ... For the next two weekends, you have your choice of two different one-acts about Elvis's home. Mira · c/e at Graceland is one of three one­acts opening tonight at Theater Southwest. "Graceland" is one of the one-act.' jointly called Struttin' and Frettm' (Stages) ... Has it occurred to you that Cats will he here on Halloween? ... ' Don Giovanni is in the lead! If it can hold its own against Anna Bol­en a (stiff competition!), Mozart will emerge victorious as HGO's box office champion for the second year inn row. Meanwhile next Friday is HGO's 30t'i birthday There will be a food festival, surprise celebrities and music for dancing by the Dishes. Some m1gbty fine soloists will rcpnsc arias from some of the com· pany s past hits. The entire audience \\'lll also make its operatic debut! <Huh?) As they say "Dress will be fes· tive. not formal. All those unsure of what to wear are encouraged to con­sult the !(iant eight-foot armadillo with the size 10 cowboy boots on the Jones Hall Plaza.". Houston Ballet is far and away this week. They're touring Jakarta. Indonesia .... Artists! There'll be a portfolio review 5:00 June 16th at the Art Institute of Houston. RSVP 523- 2564 x738 .... Montrose Live Anna Bolena. Houston Grand Opera Audition.: The Perilous Decline "' Cora Stine, 6M6F, Theater >outhwest: 6115 & 16, 7·:JO; 963- 0393 .. Classes: Scenes from Texas Plays Ian adult acting workshop): Begins 6 2.1; HCC; Info-Kate Po!(Ue-5.'l0- 7264 o Celebrate Friday the 13th' Father's Day! Len­non first meets McCartney (615/ 56). Battle of Bunker Hill (6/ 17/ 1775). Statue of Liberty first arnves at Bedloe"s !Hland (6 / 19 '1855). B'days: 13-Paul Lyne, Basil Rathbone, Richard Thomas. 14- Gene Barry, Boy George, Dorothy McGuire. 15-Patricia Nell Warren, Malvian Hoffman, Paul Benedict. 16--Jack Albertson, Stan Laurel. 17-Mauritz Stiller, Carl Van Vechten, James Brown. 18-Roger Ebert, Jeanette MacDonald, Paul McCartney. 19-James I of Eng· land. Julia Penelope Stanley, Loui"' Jourdan, Confucius. "Sometimes I wish that I his pil­low were~ So might I steale a kisse, and yet not scene, So might I !(aze upon his sleeping eine Although I did it with a pantin!( fen re." -Richard Barnfield (an openly gay sonnetecr, born 6113/ 1574) o Calendar Ed Dwight (J)uBose-Rein Galleries)-sculptures by the ex­astronaut. Three One-Acts (Theater Southw­est. 1:JJ-the winners of TSW's playwriting contest: The Gentle Tiger, I Can "t Dance No More and Miracle at Graceland. Yard Limit (Independence Heights Park, 13). ONO! (One Night Only') Freebies. Frankenthaler Works On Paper (Museum of Fine Arts. 14)-75 works by the American abstract painter The l.wn, The Witch and The Wardrobe <Chocolate Bayou. 14, !O::JO a.m.). Songs of Texas (Heinen, 14, 11:00 a.m.)-Cimarron Wind Quintet and the Singing Boys of Houston in a concert aimed at children. ONO! Skateboarding Exposition and OP fashion show (WaterWorld, 14, l 30J. ONO! Juneteenth Gospel Festival (Miller Outdoor, 15 & 16)-fourth annual. Freebies. Each night differ­ent. Memories: A Tribute to Brenda Sers !Stanze Peter8on Dance Cne­ter, Hi) I.M.P.A.C T Repertory Theater Co. ONO! Willie Tyler and L<-stor(LaffStop, 17). Opt·ra Preview (Central Library, J8, 12:1n)-!raJ. Black hypes Anna Bolena. ONO! J uneteen th Freedom Festival (Miler Outdoor, 18)-National Emancipation Association. Free­bies. Emily Levine (Spellbinder's, 18). Anna Bolena (Jones. 19)-HGO presents Dame Joan Sutherland with her husband, conductor Richard Bonynge, in Gaetano Doni­zetti's Dd Canto Masterpiece. Juneteenth Celebration (Fifth Ward Branch Library, 19, 2:00 PM). "A . _ My Name is Alice," Alley Theatre JUNE 13, 1986 1 MONTROSE VOICE 19 .-----DOWNTOWN AUTO 124 W. 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WEST GRAY .,, -I DOWNTOWN Look for upcoming specials in the Montrose Voice 20 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13. 1986 We Cover the Ylorld of Monlrose! The Montrose Voice If Montrose is part of your world too, you should be part of the Montrose Voice. TO SUBSCRIBE, OR TO ADVERTISE, CALL 529-8490 The Far Side by Gary Larson Unknown to most hlstorlons, William Tell had an older and less fortunate son named Warren. 0 fiio--- , , - Wasted mirage Roberta takes on a dust rhino. ''What's this? Your house? Your house Is on fire! ... Fly away, dearle! Fly away home!" "Hitch doctor waiting rooms JUNE 13. 1986 I MONTROSE VOICE 21 Fortunes June Promises, Adventures By Mark Orion for F ar-. ' th1 r rh, June 19. 1986 ARIES It's fine to make long-range plans. as long as you don·t ignore the immediate needs right in front of your eyes Be practical, put down your binocu­lars a minute and check out the 1mme­d1ate Gay Pnde Week scene with a magnifying glass TAURUS- -Make the most of romat1c and creative possib1iit1es Someone in a position of authority can be of great help to you Think positively You're nottakmg a chance when you bet on yourself this Gay Pride Week. as you're a sure thingt GEMINI-You're ma1est1c. generous sweet-tempered but a perhaps bit lazy (but so is everyone else). If you see some­thing m your personal life you don't like. do something about tt. You've got the power CANCER You and another can come to a valuable meeting of •he minds tfi1s hot June. Some compromise will be necessary. but not as much as yoL Might think Days hold a conf1dent1al story an unwanted piece cf mail and end w1tl" grins LEO. Lots to do this final week be.ft.re Gay Pnde Week begins. and not enough time to do It in. Emotions are apt to flare and tempers may be easily sparked Do pay special attention to a certain loved one. Watch for news and company 10 arrive VIRGO-Some Gay Pnde promises are easier made than kept Try not to make any more than you can reasonably and happily follow through on. Good news 1s on the way Days close with spice LIBRA-Although you like to run the whole show. this Gay Pnde Week you'd do well to take only one major role_ This will grve others a chance and keep you from being overloaded The times cast romantic glows and days wlll end quietly SCORPIO -Don·t base your actions on what you think other people expect of you. Your own set of standards and ethics 1s perfectly frne; follow 1t Later. Gay Pride and 4th of July holidays will hum by in key of C. for Cupid. conspiracy and cohorts. What a chorus' SAGITTARIUS Normally you're not one for makmg waves You prefer to stick with the status quo or the traditional Someone may be counting on your stay­ing true to form_ Wouldn't it be interesting to surprise?' CAPRICORN -Capitalize on yo~­assets lhts June Efforts will be rewarded Your social calendar is active. too. while romance is ari unexpected guest. Some­thing unexpected will give you points to ponder and later days strike your fancy AQUARIUS -Crossed wires could result in a m1sunders1and1ng in week ahead Don't jump to conclusions and try not to take instant offense at what is said Later. a pride decision, two appointments and an 1n1tat1on all make you hop PISCES -There are some things you can compromise on and others that you just can't. Your principles fall into the lat­ter category: stick to ·em. Days include a meeting. a test and end with some super romantic hqinks ,186 ~E li,l{'l".j-r:!QSE VOICE 22 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13, 1986 VALLl'fOF TBIFIRSIDI Out of the wild comes VALLEY OF THE FAR SIDE, Gary Larson's newest best-selling cartoon collection. Featuring the usual assortment of insects and animals, cowboys and cavemen - all engaged in a variety of warped s,ituation comedies - VALLEY OF THE FAR SIDE will bring new peaks of pleasure to every fan of THE FAR SIDE. ~--~ Order a copy for your favorite fan of The Far Side today! Please send me Please include $1 for postage and handling per book or- _ copies of VALLEY OF THE FAR SIDE at $5 95 each _copies of BRIDE OF THE FAR SIDE at $5 95 each _copies of IN SEARCH OF THE FAR SIDE at $5.95 each _copies of BEYOND THE FAR SIDE at $5.95 each - copies of THE FAR SIDE at $595 each Send to . Valley of the Far Side c/o Montrose Voice 4400 Johnson Drive Fairway, KS 66205 dered . Total amount enclosed ___ _ O Check 0 Money Order 0 Visa O MasterCard Name _________________ _ Address _____ City ________ state___ Zip Credit Card#---------------- Signature as on credit card Expir. Date (If check, make payable to Andrews, McMeel & Parker.) Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery JUNE 13, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 23 • IN I WEEK: 1Gay Pride Weeki Spor!B Day June 21 7 Day Montrose Events Calendar • IN l WEEK: Gay Soft.ball All·Star Game !tentative), Dallas. June 21 -St:NDAY Parents FLAG mttt• 2pm. June15, Presbyterian CenU>r, 41 Oakdale • IN I WEEK Montrose Civic Club tNe-artownl meet& 7pm June24. 141'.l Wet;th~mer 8 IN l WEEK 1Gay Pride Wffkl The Group lThMltrl' Workshupl pl't'9f'ntation Franny. The Quttn of Pro\.·inct"town. pm June24. Kmdttd Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Spirits JUNE Switchboard sponsors 111m "Parting Glances" at Greenway 3 Cinema, ~pm, June 18 91'HURSDAY; Frontrunner8 run 6:30pm from Memorial Park Tennis Center • IN I WEEK: !Gay Pride Wffk1 J).J Spinofrs June21. with dance mumc at the Copa & C&W music at The Ranch • IN 1 WEEK: tGay Pride- Wffkt Gay Political Cauc-us Communitv Awards JUNE 13 14 • I!\ l WEEK 1Gay Pride Wttkt Texu Gav Rodt'O A!l!ln. e'"·ent~ Junt" 2.'i JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE su-ftk niaht 6pm at The Barn & casino ni~ht 9:30pm at the BRB 15 16 17 18 19 Dinner. June-21 · • IN l WEEK Grt"att:-r Montr<lflf! Criter111 !or mclusion on 7-0ay Calendar&. Mon1ros1 Resources 1 Event or group must spec1hcally P9fl••n lo neighborhood ol Mon1rose or Houslon·a gay community unleas ma1or city. 1t11teOI' national holiday Of mapr n1t1ona1 gay event 2 Stnctly commerc11t events not included 3 Bu~ness. civic & toc1a1 gr OU Pl & the1r events are generally qu11il1ed 4 Poh11c111 eve"ts whe1eorily one view ol a sub1ec1 clll'ld•date or party 11 dominanl "OI qwilllied STHURSDAY: Houston Tennis Club doubleR play, 7::J0pm, Homer Ford Tennis CE'nter llTHURSDAY: "Wilde 'n Stein" gay radio show 7:30.9pm on KPFT Radio, FM 90 llTHURSDAY· Gay Pride We.k event: Pacifi<' Street Salute, 600-800 Pacific • IN I WEEK: !Gay Pride Wel'kl Amt>rican Gay Atht>ist le<1.ure 4pm. June 22, rear 4 Cheli;ea Plact", with Dominic Florio a IN I WEEK <Gay Pride Wttk) Candleliaht vigil honoring AIJ1~ victim:<. fipm June 22. Cherryhul"fft Park levent tentative) Ru ml'tls Guild gt"nnal meeting 7pm June2S. Ba<·kstrttt Rei-;taurant, 1103 8 Shepherd • IN I WEEK Gay Pride Wffk parade sub·C'C•mmitll'e mt""elina June 26 • IN I WF.EK: (Gay Pride Wttkt Day ,,f Rf.mt"ml:>Prance, 7;30pm June 26. sponitott'd by Interfaith Alliancf>. at MC'CR For 10d1ti.,nal mto1mat•I)" .,, ptvme numbers. looli lor the sponaor1ng org1m:ati0n Wider Re >1.m Typestyles 1nd1cate events' locations Houston. Of Area lnt9fest SELECTED EVENTS THRO UGH 7 DAYS • FRfOAY: "Breakthrough" let-1bian-femmist program, KPFI', FM90, 8:15-llam • FRIDAY: Montrose Country Cloggera meet 7pm, MCCR, 1919 OeC'otur • FRIDAY Baylown Lambda meels 7.30pm June 13 • SATURDAY: Notional Assoc. Lesbian & Gay Alcoholism Professionals meet ?pm June 14, Montrose Coum1eling Center, 900 Lovett, suite 201 • SATURDAY: Dignity mass & social, 7:30pm, 3217 Fannin • SATURDAY: Houston North Prof(>t';Mionals meets 7:30pm, Junt> I4 • SUNDAY: Frontrunners run from 9om Memorial Park Tennis C('nh•r a.'-;llNDAY: Houi;ton Women's Softball League seaRon play Heighl.8 Lyom~ Field, 8am-8pm, 13th ~treet near Shepherd • SUNDAY: Houston Tennis Club plays IOam·Ipm, Homer Ford Tennis Center -.."3UNDAY: Hou· Tex Tennis Club plays 10:30am· I :30pm, Homer Ford Tennis Center • SUNDAY: Montrose Softball I .eague season play I :30-8:30pm, Lawrence Field, W. 10th off N, Shepherd .SUNDAY: Women's bowling league plays, 3pm, Stadium Bowl -.'iUNDAY: W.W.B Bowling League, 7:30pm, Post Oak Lanes • StJN[)AY; Overeaters Anonvmom1 meet Hpm Montrol"e CounMeling Cmtl'r, 900 Lovett llMQJ\jl)AY: l.ki.;binn Couplffi mt"f.•tR Hpm, Montroi.;e Counseling Ctr • MONllAY' MSA Howling, 9pm nt Stndium Bowl, H~ Braesmoin ..-r'lJEHJ>AY: Frontrunners run 6::10pm from Ml•morial Park 'r<'nnii.; C<'nt('r llTlJESllAY, MSA "F'un Voll(•yball Leoi;ue" plays, ?pm SfUESDAY: Mothers' Group meets J une 17 at Dignity Center • TUESllAY· Montrose Symphonic Band meets Dignity Center, :12I 7 Fannin, 7:30pm llTUESDAY: Mothers Group m(>('t8 7;.10pm June I 7, Dignity Center llTUESUAY: Houston Outdoor Group and Colt 45s skate night, June 17, Carousel Rink • WE[)Nf:SllAY It's Okay m<·<·l• afh•rnoon, B<•ring Church, I-140 Harold • WEilNESDAY: HOBO (Hou•ton Organization of Bar Owners) meets June 18. "Just" Marion & Lynn's • Wf:DNESDAY· Life Issues meC'ts 5:30pm, Montrose CountK>ling Ctr. • WEDNESDAY· Houston Gay Pride Wttk Beging, June I8-29 • WEDNESDAY: Hou·Tex Tennie Club doubles ploy, 7:30pm, Homer Ford Tennis Ctr • WEDNESDAY· Gay Political Cautu& mef'tR Holiday Inn. S. Main at Blodgett, 7:30pm June 18 In Houston, Of Local Interest Outside • WEDNf;SDAY· MSA Pool IAO"ague C'Ompetition • WEJ)NESDAY: Overeaters Anonymous meet 8pm Bering Church. I440 Harold • WEDNESDAY· Gav Pride Week event.: Gay & Lesbiaii Wednesday, June 18 llTHURSDAY Mixed Bowling League. 8:45pm. Stadium Bowl. 8200 Braesmain SELECTED EVENTS IN FUTURE WEEKS • TN I WF.EK 1Gay Pridt Wttk) commemoration of the poli('(' raid of Mary's, lOpm. June- :lO Gay and Lesbian Switchboard sponsors "Partmg Glances" at Greenway 3 Cinema Thursday, June 19 Pac1f1c Street Salute to Gay Pride Friday, June 20 Commemoration of Police Raid on Mary's, •·Rocky's Raid on Mary's" ~~::se of Montrose Voice 1st Ed1t1on·· for Gay Pride Saturday, June 21 Sports Day DJ Sp1nnoffs al lhe Copa and The Ranch Gay Pollt1cal Caucus Community Awards Dinner Sunday, June 22 Amencan Gay Atheist lecture ··on the New Right. Censorship and Gay Right Movement" Candlel1ghl Vigil to AIDS Victims. Cherryhurst Park Monday, June 23 Montrose Art Alliance exhibit 7-11pm Tuesday, June 24 'The Group" ltve theater presentation. Ktndred Spmts, "Franny. The Queen of Provincetown" • IN 1 WEEK: !Gay Pridt WHk) Montrose Art Alliance exhibit openina night 7·1 lpm. June 2:l,. 1006 Mis.aouri • IN I WEEK Integrity mttti. 7;30pm June23, Autry Houite, 6:!65 Main • IN I WEEK, Luthn-ans ConC't"l'nt'd meeta June-24. Grace Lutheran Church. 2515 Waugh • IN 1 WEEK. HouF.ton Area Gay & Lesbian En~net"!11 & Scientitlt.8 mttt 7pm June24 • Hloj 2 WEEKS 1Gay Pride Weeki Gay & LHbian Hii<panio l'nidos •·Baill' Houston 19"'6 .. 9pm·2am Jun~ 2';', A:<rro \'lllai;te He>tf"l • IN 2 WEEKS 1Ga\· Pride WH'kl Gre-atu Mnntrose s·u:;iness Guild husml'58 buildm1: work10hop & trade fair !:f JOam-3pm. June 2 Allt"n Park Inn Houston Gay Pride Week June 18-29, 1986 Wednesday, June 25 Texas Gay Rodeo Association events at the Barn and the Brazos River Bottom Thursday, June 26 National Day of Rememberance. with service atMCCR Friday, June 27 Gay and Lesbian Hispanics Unidos 'Barie Hou 1986." Astro Village Hotel Release of Montrose Voice .. 2nd Ed1t1on" for Gay Pnde Week Saturday, June 28 Bering Church pancake breakfast 11am ·3pm & Couples-sponsored Pel Show 4pm Greater Montrose Business Guild business building workshop and trade fair 9 30am .. 3 30pm, Allen Park Inn Montrose Symphonic Band Concert. location to be announced Sunday, June 29 Gay Pride Parade. 5 30pm Gay Political Caucus Spotts Park Rally Thursday, July 3 Release of Montrose Voice 'Photo Souvenir Ed1t1on·· of Gay Pride Week (also 4th of July weekend ed1t1on) Other events may be added and spE 1f1cs of th&..e events can change ThE Montrose V1 ice w1 rep1>rl any c'ianges GAY PRIDE WEEK EDITIONS OF THE MONTROSE VOICE Friday Friday June 20 June 27 1st Edition 2nd Edition ADVERTISING DEADL I NES Thursday July 3 Photo Souvenir Edition June 18 June 25 June 30 Many of our readers will save these special_ editions. which means your advertisement will get exposure long after Gay Pride Week has passed Additionally, the Montrose Votce will circulate 13,000 copies (and reach well over 30.000 readers) each of these three issues of Houston Gay Pride. (That's about twice as many copies as is normally circulated in Houston weekly for each of the other two gay publical1ons) Don·t miss out on being a part of Gay Pnde Week 1986 m Houston-and don't miss the best gay advertising opportunity aft year­the Gay Pnde Week ed1t1ons of Houston's largest gay community publlcatton. Call today to reserve space: 529-8490 Or visit our office at 408 Avondale 24 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE13. 1986 ANNOUNCEMENTS SAFESEX J.0 . CLUB H • :;sex "' groups phone Texas and nationally Write CKC PCB330484. Coc<>nutGrove Fla 33233. SOCIETY OF J.0 .E Sale sex erotic encounter group meets 1n Houston Memberst11psl•m1ted Attrac11ve appearance required Read oor ad Jnder Personals n this issue LEGAL NOTICES TheMontroseVO•L.e ageneralc.1r ulat Jn newspaper having published cont1nu· ously !or over S years is quahlied to accept egal nollces affecting the new,. papers ... ulat ::in area 01 Montrose CRISIS HOTLINE reeds volunteers Training class starts July 1st call 228-1505 or 527-9869 A Un ted Wav Agency COMMERCIAL OFFERINGS Montrose area $uitable tor Bar Lounge ~:,~_,,lables parking Mane S28-'J636 FOR RENT '3 small omce-s Prrvate entrances :!:?."t,'i: ,:::ks~'to p==;~0s2~~~c;,e CLUB LARADON for ease North 1-45 92&-6513. CARPET INSTALLER has Rolls of Carpet Plush! Left from Hi­R1se Condos and Townhouses. 32 Colors' Can Install Free! Shop at Home Call Al 622-0980 DWELLINGS, ROOMMATES, HOUSES/APTS. FOR SALE, RENT, LEASE MontrOSl! 2 Fantasttc BR m prim ·-­:' S~~lyle. $265 and $32< 524-2796 LOOKING TO RENT Ttv•e protesSK>ft81 males 'Mng together lor7yrw 1ook1ngtora38R trvingandden or 4 BA Prefer to have certtral AC. d1s­~ asher d1spoaa1 and possible garage Prefer Montrose sou1hwes1 Houston Ser.ous calls only 952·7650 Male roommate seeks same Large~ BR Summit area 622--0370 1 and 2 BR apts, cozy htdetiway Near River Oaks and Remm1ngton Holet Move .n special Neva 9~923 Montrose Large V1ctonan 4 BR. 2 sto nes large rooms. high ceihngs. top area Redecorated SBOO 524-2798 or 520- 5838 Montrose Bills paid. 2 BR 2 Bath Town· house Sky1tghls. track ltght1ng 522· 0899 ~='::C,2-~e~~~c~~leb .• ~mi!~~~Ji air heat. tans cable deck w d connec· ions S~SO per month ptus electnt' S20- '206 .. 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H t 18 000 or tease 00 • b Is 21-7 ..:07 MONTROSE TOWNHOUSE 24 2 Wh11nev. modern '"' BR 2 bath ~h~~t~ ~1$s.5b ~;.92;7~11ep1ace sky VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Rent mat hOuse or apartment through a Montrose VoiceClass1l1ed Call 529-8-49C And charge 1 on your A.metiean Express Diner· ,.., ... ,.. -· Bl ~-:he MasterCard ?~ V1 EMPLOYMENT & JOBS WANTED Opp lrtuMy Hothne 1713) 957-7960 Vianted Clean cut youth to pass out tty· ers LAB 9005 Hairdressers for .,ew salon 1n Jnrvers1ty area 65'1b commission w1tn lollow1ng Be your own boss 520-9327 MODELS NEEDED 8 Inch• Agency H~5657 HAIRDRESSER WANTED To ease station an sma J unusual salon across the street from Heaven JR s. and ~~~~~p~c;>"~~~7oo a week Ca! PERFORMING ARTS .,. Cket 01t1ce personnet sought lu Vpart time Excellenl verbal skills reqmred Bau pl -,.,.,..., -- ,. ' Mr Schwartz 1 ,.,.., (MISC.) FOR SALE FOR YARD SALES See ads under ·Yard Sales· al the end ":>f the Mc 1tr< CIP"- 11!~ MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS Rei'lx. lul ·body s "' r >-Oo ...,n by '11ria<>tM . :k Hane_ •mt ttahan rn or out calls (7131 78J.924& Fun bOd-y massage. by good +oo"mg GWM Call evenings 862·4058. Lea"e message lor Bi I - - GET THE KINKS OUT! !or run body massage to rellevestressand 1ens1on Cati 568·2544 YOU'LL LOVE IT! Massage is wonderful' lndescr1babfydel1- c1ous relaxalton tncalls lat the Fitness Exchange) 524-9932 Outcallt (24 hrs.) 95g..2299 Sincerely. Bill o·Rourke Yes him' En1oy my eKlra special IOUCh with a very special rubdown Cal: !or appomfment Monday thru F11day lOPM on and all day Saturday and Sunday I want your ca1: 784-3705 TENSION BUSTERS Tne .. J111mate m re1axatlC)ll •echmques Calls takeriBam to5pm 961.Ji309 Ask for Tome RELAX ANO ENJOY! The Body works Massage is back For appomtment call 8111 526-2470 BODIES BY GOO Hunks. Sw'-l'ttme~s. Alhletes 1arso h11.ng) t-8Q0..521-2"i21 Hot 01 Massage In Only .f6 849.J Fu11 body rub by hot young man Joe5~· '355'3 The Cadillac of Mas.sage D :1 :1 -ET 520-823:.. PERSONALS WANTED GWF 2" '3:' Prefer btondi blue Protes11ona1 -"IQn-smolter drugs dflr>ker Will pay !or surrogate mother Send phO!o w a n'lte aboul yourself and numbef SerlOUS nly Ad 292· T c o Voice Esetated Happy Birthday Mike v Shll IOYe you• Oav1-:f READY, WILLING. SAFE Horny bOttom 3;_ ready lor subm1SS10n. seeks egressTVe top ~' domination d1• phne and play Capable professional ready for master dad toage45. w1lhd1rty mind and healthy lanlas1es En1oy boots. cigars_ verbal at>use and bad ll!IS big brother attitude I am healthy, sale and out of bar scene tor 5 yeara Prefef Houston-Galveston area Bo:>e 292-A GWM SEEKS ROMANCE For details, recording 1713) 9!>7-7965 ROSE- IN LEATHER met you m Mary·s Call Monte al the VOICE Hot. healthy GWM 34. 6". 170 lbt , Grip, toys. seeks hot tops !or hOt times Call 526-3007 VIDEOTAPE YOUR EVENTS Parties, insurance mventones. or bw'lg your fantasies to life Call 7~9248 Uncensored adhsts. telephone J/0 aclion Fun/Inexpensive• lntos:uxpak $3 Ad-men 59 West "0th. NYC 10011 GWF 32. prolesst0nal seek :'llg GWF 2!>- 40 En10ycru~1even1ngsdanclno movies and ou tdOors ln1ereated"' Reply to Box 294-F GwM 27 B1/Ur. 5 O' , .~ bs proles· sional. looking tor younge:< CM espe­cially GHM for lulhl/ing 1n11mate times and lr1endsh1p Well hung veraa11e and seeks same Homebody d1shkes bars Blind Box 294-R Gay Wres111ng 1 Uncensored lnfop1xpak $3 00 NYWC. 59 West 10th NYl'"' 10011 G·W ·M physician. 33. 5· 10 , 1 SOlbs. seeks retat1onsh1p4 onented friends lor dating Prefer 20-30, cleanshaven. shm. non­smoker. who knowg what he wants out ol hfe I'm very romantic, have a lot to ofter lhe right person Enioy travel, movies. raquetball golf. restaurants. qu1e1 even­ings Send photo (will return). phone to Box 5316. K1ngwr)Od_ TX 77325 GwM.-23. 160. Br Br prolessional look· i.ng ror proleasmal man 25-35 Interests include bOwllng. movies dining. and quiet evemngs at home Must be canng sincere and attract•vt' No fems photo IT> ABOUT C,EH>NG Su.(AN WITH FRIEND">. ni;, ABCIJT SfWTSt"ANSH\P- KNOC~li'XJ SOMEONE MR P<ND THEN '1£LP\NG T\1E M UP. IT'S l\B()(JT PEOPlE Of D\FFEREN1 SEXES f\NO ETHNIC B~CKC,ROVNO':> UNITED B~ Tt<EIR COMMON 2EST FOR LlfE ,___....,.~~ Montrose Classified tielpful but not ness rSary for In dsh1p and or relatutsh1p Reply to Box 293-Y c :> Voice GwM couple looking for lr1endsh1p with other couples. P_O Box 219219-203 Houston 77218-9219 ~~~~~~~~~~k~n1~.~~~~pb1~g~ ~~ 219219-203, Houslon 77218-9219 LADY WANTED Professional GWM. age 33. wants a good .)Okmg lady for housemate and social conform1ty Beaut1lul home l1v1ng al NO COST Excellent opportunity for protea· a1onal career lady Send photo nlo to P 0 Box 5353 Katy. TX 77491 GHM 21. 5·5· 100 lbs. OK BR1BR en1oys music_ l1lms. outdoors. quiet evenings and romance Looking lor~25yr old lor possible relationship Bhnd A.d 292·H CLASSIPHONE Houstoii'a new •elephOne c ass.tied ad service Place you1 personal ad FREE at '>26-4423 Let everyone hear your own Class1Ph0ne ad next w1H~k al 26-4668 PhOne 526-4423 fo1 details & to place your 1d tOd.ay tlig l addy seeks~ad little :loy !Qf-:tom1 riat1on & hgnt d1sc1phne Write Box 10104 1 HouSlon TX 77270 J .0 .E. We re the organization everyone s !al king abOut and we-II O'ler J hundred have 1omed Yes, we know you really want to 101n us but you·re ner"' JS ktnd ol hke the first time you we':"lt ':'Ito a gay b Right? Yes. we've had people admit they had lo s11 n lheu car tor 30 minutes belore get· ting the nerve lo come in And we ve cer­tainly had people wl'IO had to go get plastered somewhere else before getting the nerve to ioin us But once thev qot here there were no ~omplamts. 6ut that's all nc necessary Just be brave Tell yourself mgo1ngtodo1t I'm gotng to 101n J 0 E TheSocretyofJO E .saprrvateorgan­IZlhOn wh1Ch hosts a sale MK erol encounter qroup three nights a we,. Adm1ss1on is lrm1ted to members become• member you musl be reaso bly attractive (not excesSJvely overwe19hl and not elderly) You must be a con-· pleteiy out·ot- th&-closet adult gay mal seH-conf1derit about your 1exuallty At J 0 E you'll l1nd an erotic atmo phere. attractive gay men. and strictly Sale Sex-in only one form. which you should be able to guess from our 1n111a11 We make Safe Sex erotic, tun. sahsfymg Wear a iockstrap. erotic leather underwear---or ras most members do) nothing at a1: MEETINGS Friday Night beg1nnmg 10pm (no adm1sSton alter 1am) Sunday Nrght beg1nmng 8pm (no admission alter 9pm) Monday N1$Jhl. beginning Bpm (no adm SSlOn alter 9pm) Fi rtt Odre< ,..,,dm1110::111format1oncall 52(}.0206 Mf'mberstup tee is St Dues per v1111 are $5 PHONE SEX Our serv1c..e connects guys 24 hrs. a day No models orscnpts Hot· ve act1 in Call now (415) 346-874. CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Don·1 take those pictures of your boy­friend to the drug store Bring them to Henry's 1-Hour Photo. 428 Westhe1me< tor conf1dent1al photo de'tleloping and ~~~~~Pu1 ~~n1~rom~:ec1:~?·a~d1~~!,;~~ possible CUA POLICY on Se11:ually-E•phc1t Adver­tising The Montrose Voice does not beheve lhat humans engaging 1n consent 1ng sexual aets with one anothef 19 immoral Our readers are encouraged lo advertl$e here to seek relat1onsh1~. encounters adventures. etc All acwert1s 1ng shOuld hOwever not contain lan­guage that would ll)ffend an unsuspecting reader A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Fredenck Brandl 1 an ahOw you how to have aci1ve lun or play passive games w1lh the personal ads In their book'. Class1hed Alfa1rs. ··they'll tell you how 10 write an ad that really stands :.ii what to eJCpecl when you place nr respond to an ad and even wha! all those 'unny llttle abbreviations mean Send $8 to Class1f1ed Alfa1rs,·· Alyson Pub. , Dept P~5 . 40 Plympton St. Boston. MA 02118 (Also included will bea coupon fur S5 oll on your next Personals in your f~:~~~l~::e ~i,g8ubhca11ons nclud1ng PLAY SAFE .Sale ex lun erotic Play sate for YC"Jr aake ar you1 partner a take TRAVEL SAN FRANCISCO Bed Break las1 Private Residences Of'""''' BayHosts . 11~ Bosworth 94131 41~ J4- -252 YARD & GARAGE SALES ANTIQUES & JUNK Raggedy Ann·s, 2401 Grant Oeder welcome Big Sale Fnday. 6.113 and Sunday 6115 512W Drew D1thwasher portable. compac1. Ken­more. $225 Jim 728-0413 or 641-2391 Yard Sale Saturday on1y9am to 3pm 2511 Watts Rd olt Ktrby in the Rice Un1"ers1ty area Som 1r1·intr art HAVING A YARD SALE? Announce 1t her1 th !fl stand back for the crowd Cal 84! ir v1s11 the Voice al 408 Avond. pl your yard sale announcemeril The Montrose Voice It's The Place to Advertise Call 529-8490 and You will be in Next Week's Newspaper of Montrose QUICK REFERENCE (Tear Out & Post by Phone) AIDS FO'Jn&ll AJ"'ISH.:>l ne 629-3'-11 AMBULANCE, 91 1 c y" Do lo Meld• O r~l211 FIRE , 911 Montrose Voice Classified Advertising ~,, ~'r rt~ ,~~'''· ··p· •lh1s : Oii"-• ~•UP F •9g1•I•• pl•r•cN•• •II Io r D ry Jlld~• •f1 g ·. • , .. O.. rtment ;29.1J49V THE HEADLINES: Headline words m bold type. centered. are Sl each word (mm1mum $3 per line). (Centered bold headlines can also appear within the text or at theendol the ad. and arealsoS1 per word. with a minimum of S3per hne.) THE TEXT: Each word in regular type is 40C: (Add1t1onal regular words 1n ALL CAPs·· or Bold Words not in all caps are 55¢ each. Additional BOLD WORDS 1n all caps are 70C: each.) EXAMPLES: THIS HEADLINE $3.00 Then each add111ona1 word like this 40¢ THESE TWO LINES HERE TOTAL $6.00 Thon each add11tonal word like this 40¢ THESE THREE LINES ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CENTERED, BOLD. $9.00 Then each add1t1ona1 word l1keth1s 1140C: ADDITIONAL CAPITAL WORDS LIKE THIS IN TEXT ARE 55¢ EACH Addltlon•I bold words tike this in text •r• SSC e.ch ADDITIONAL SOLO, All CAPS. WORDS LIKE THIS IN THE TEXT ARE 70C EACH LONG TERM ADVERTISING: Run the same ad 4 weeks or longer, make no copy changes during the run, pay for the full run m advance. and deduct 15%. Run the same ad 13 weeks or longer under the same conditions and deduct 25' BLIND AD NUMBERS: Want secrecy? Ask for a Bhnd Ad Number. We'll ~e"~~~n!i,a~~r f6[f~c8:~~1:~~ss!'gr;re!a'gt7~~~~~~~ ~g~ubri's (~i~~~b~~e~a~i~i~ forwarded indef1n1tely. however, for as long as they come in.) ORDERING YOUR AO: You may mail your ad in or phone 11 in You can pay by check. money order, Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Diner's Club or Carte Blanche. Or we'll bill you DEADLINE: Classified ads received by 3pm Wednesday will be placed m that week's newspaper Ads received later will be placed 1n the following week· .. newspaper ANSWERING A BLIND AD: Address your envelope to the Blind Ad number. cio Montrose Voice. 408 Avondale. Houston. TX 77006-3028. It will be for­warded. unopened. to the advertiser Enclose no money ADDITIONAL NOTES: A ··word"' is considered anything separated by "spa­ces. ·except hyphenated words are considered 2 words when each segment 1s a recogmzed word 1f 11 stood on its own. A complete phone number. including area code. is 1 word City. state and zip is 3 words bold line bold line text words bold llne Use add1t1onal paper If necessary CATEGORIES: O Announcements D Accomodat1ons (lod~ing for Houston visitors) 0 Cars & Bikes ~ ~~~~~:~t fj~~~ ~a~~~~nos1~~~~~:11S~T: D Models. Escorts. Masseurs O Personals O Pets o Rides O Travel D Yard & Garage Sales PLACE MY SERVICE-ORIENTED AD UNDER IN THE 'GREATER MONTAosg~~~~11¥: tA~~OPPING DIRECTORY," bold headline words at $1 each (minimum $3 per line) regular words in text at 40¢ each ALL CAPS regular words m text at 55e each Bold words In text at 55¢ each BOLD All CAPS m text at 70¢ each Bhnd ad number assigned for $3? Complete issue of newspaper with my ad 1n 1t mailed to me. $125? TOTAL FOR 1 WEEK: Times WHkl Less 15'9 discount for 4 to 12 weeks or 25% discount for 13 weeks or more equals COST OF AD(S) O Also. I wish to receive The Voice home dehvered each week. 1 have ~$~~sr:r ~o~~Al:h~o~~$!9°~0~~a~~:~· as indicated below) an add1t1ona1 TOTAL ENCLOSED or to be btlled or charged METHOD OF PAYMENT D Check enclosed o Money order enclosed o Cash O VISA charge D MasterCard charge o Diners Club charge o Carte Blanche charge D Amerc1an Express charge o Bill me If charging, card expiration date Credit card number Srgnature Name Address Phone(s) for verification of ad. 1f necessary MAIL OR BRING TO Montrose Voice. 408 Avondale. Houston. TX 77()()6..3028 OR PHONE (713) 52~8490 weekdays 10am-5 30pm JUNE 13, 1986 / MONTROSF. VOICE 25 MONTROSE RESOURCES SE-CE TED TATl. Nr 1 1;AN1ZAT1 lN!.. :a; ~As.I. h180A"' )Br .. :o 91l2Al l 1512).02·3JJ.3 AIOSAct>onCouficllFt'derl.IDllO. AIDS Relattd urg•n•anons. 1115 indlJle~ Av SE V.ntMglOPI DC 2000'J f212) ">'1 3101 a.., & L•o..n Pr .. 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Biy0;.j-1f1uS;nge,;·Rot>ert MOOl'I. dlr. io9 s-irat• lord. 868-30&4 Benng M9monaiUn1!ed Methodist Church. 1uo ~~ldPa~:-k'~:;e!:f~~15:'.•,:.35;~J~ala:G~: Pnde Weeti pet shfiw •pm Jun 28 CtiOoceSii"nl•m1ted 529-3211/G&iSwrtehbolrd) chr1st.;r;-c~rCh Of fhe-a0oo Shepherd -1107 Montroee svc 1pm Sun Bible lludy 7 30prn """' ~rchot Chnst1i" Faith 18AO-WH1ne1mer 529-8005 svcs 10 •Sam Sufi. Bible study 1 !Opm Wed. Rev Ct>rll A Aoce l)UtOf ChOrchOftneFlock ~56 svcs$-Jn10 )()am c,11l:e;;I for Huma-r1fqu"il1ty (CHEI. POB 3045 '112S3 680-3346.937·3516 meet1ndT•1912•1" Gramerc:y c~-;s. -3"2-6S02 COu •s~. -Di"rr1:tll -Buller pru. meets at Brazos River Bottom. 2400 Bruos. 528-9192 roller skat Ing CarOUMI A1nk ofl 1-10 :J1d Tue Committee !or Pubhc Heaun AwMeriess Pee 3045. 77253. 528-6333 5'?2-508• Shanng Group foi the Womed Wei meet Fri 7-8pm MOfllrose Couns~ing Ctr ffii,ryo~ ~'.'~;/~~~a:f.8fn,nee 1c­~~ S~~y11~:C-~'~~~~;,,o.e 521 - Coogrega11on Aytz Ct1ay1m. 729-!il81.686-f997 meets 2nd & ""Fro Holiday lrin. Oauu Aoom Main & BIOdliJ91t ~Pies Hou Mee1.-o-;gn1rycti.-G•Y-PriM-Weft pet sho• 41)1'1'1Jun28 Ber111g Church co ... '"'°'''""' 22S:.-15os - oernoCo.nm11t• of-GPC SZi-ea:M Dr:iarma Study Group. '°6 Avond.68~ 624-IMA o..na Founctat1ori: 210o Ma.On s2,.51e1 OtgmtyC1r-3211fiinnm $28-0111-~o-Oog· ~l"f'u~:'os~ ~:;!:'s_ 'l.~~ t~=:.ri.f~'G;; ~ :o:n.;~~i:~l=rose Activity Cir o;Q'My1HOo(giYCamo11cs). Ji17fariiM $28- 0111. 523-764.4 mas.s & aoc•al 7 JOpm S.t ESOPS p;~ate .PrOfH.IOna1 s0e;;.·c.ub. 9sf 9876 Federation ol Cnanhes United tor Soc1-.-1 Servi cea fFOCUSS~, 101nl fundra111ng arm of G&L Switchboard. AIDS Foundation. Montrose Chn•C. Montrose Counseling Ctr iSt UMilr;anC-hurcr. 5210Fannin. 526-1571-lvc 1115am Sun Fr"OOininOers Joe -5ZO::i0190r SalvadOf 529· 1288 ruris 9am Sun, 6 30pm Tues & Thurs. from Memoi1a1 Parle Tennts Ctr. Gey Pride Week sl)Ofts day Jun 21 GaY & A1--;;:e-StU.-nng E•p4mtlnce 1GASEJ. ~28· 1311. 528-0891 G.iy -;. Lesbian Archives ol T• 1fh11a1e ol l'H Tri~ GiY & Lfttun Morrrcms. 1111 Wtstheimer •60<l.O. 77098 ~1.413 GaY &"'l89bian Stlldenl As.,, •I UolH Bo• 31" '800 C&rhoun. 529-J211 cG&i. Sw11i;;hboard1 Gay ILMCW.n Swrlehboard P0866S91 17298. 529-3211 mtorma\ion CO!llsetlng, ref.,nals ~:e.,~~s3~~ 'f:'~r Parting Glani;H ~~le~';; & F lends 18S-:)6lJ 01 G&l. J:t~~~ners 3211 Faori ri !.28-)1 1 211-1161 J&L H11~n1csunri:to. POB000921 71260.521 1641 m-ts730pm2ndMoo DlgnltyCtr.·ea,,. Hou 1986 Gay Pride Week everit Jun n A.stro Village Hotel Gay Mothef'S meell 01on.iy Ctr Q9y Nurses Alllat '4:1!! 880-9486 C..y PMple In Ct1r11han ~ieoce 8011613 Bel· ... ,, 77.i1;01 685-26.4<' Gay Pot111ca1 Caucus (GPCJ POB 66664 77166 2'·1000 olf1ces900L~11•101 me.tsHolid•y rin South Ma fl a! Blogett tat & 3rd Wed o.mo:- ~= ::r ~nie::c!:,:r:~~ ~nG2•1Y ~y Pnde Week Parade & Spotts Parle Ralty Jun t-to; I G&y Ptidl Week Comm..1ee POB e&a2'1 77266 Stan Ford $2)-764• or Cathy lel'llthan ~ ~raoe comm ttee mcecmfOI Juri 26 Dignity Cir Gay Pno.t Weet. Jun 1&-29. GIL Sw11chboard aponson Partmg G1ance1 Gr •way C.nema in 11 P : Jun 19 comm "" r•T _,n of ,j Mary I Jun ZV. Sports Day .JUn 21 G~ Com munrty Aw•rds Om~r JUf'l 21 OJ Sponott Juri 21 Ameru;an Gay Atheist lecture .\lpm Jun 22 '"' 4 C~ Place C&ndlefighl Vogt! lo AIDS voci,ims 8pm JUl'I 12. Chenytiursl Par11 M()l'ltrose Ar1 All,.ri~ew'11bll7·11pmJuri23-T"8Group lv1:t theater prHl!!nlltlOf'I 8pm Jun 2• Kmdrecl Sp1r 11:s T• Gay AOdeo Auri events Jun 25. 6c>m at The Barn 9 lOpm at BRB Day ot Remember ance 1 lOpm Juo 16 MCCA Gay & Lesb1ari Hm• panes Unidos · Ba•le Hou 1986" Astro V•llage HotM 9pm-2am Juri 27: Benrig Chun;h pancake breakfH\ 11am-Jpm & pet sho• .4pm Jun 28. Greater !vlootrose Busuieu Guild busmi!!SI ~i:1 ~a;:~~h~n& 2t~·~~:~!~~~~~ Band conoar1 1 30pm Jun 18 Low@r West~ mer-Waugh Or parade 5 30pm Jun 29 GPC Spotts Park Ra11y Jul'I 29 Great<tr M.Jr,lrO.e Busi~•Gu11d. Phyll'* Frye ~: ~~ 6.c~~;:t1 b.~~Oh S"~ =noboa.,.::=i~~!'~~~t;:;!m~'= A1-.n Park 1nn Juri 11 --:r,,.;-·Group 1hdfei- work!lhoe> Joe wans !>21- 1204 meets 7pm Thurs. Dignity Ctr 3217 F.,-.­nirr Gay Pride W48k preseotatk>r1 Jurt 2• Haz1t1w•lchPrOCS..CSion1----.:>oBfJ62.42 7121i6.•· blan ~s.. events.,,. ma ling . 11 Homophdre Ir t8r1 .. hM!Ui~e 729 Mane n- 6969 Mou Area G&lfng.,.ee,. & Scient s~. POB 66631. n006. •39-1879 ~ 7pm .\Ith Tun Hou-eaiC.>W~ Aun !HOBOi oo-Brazos~ Bonom. 2'00 Brazoa 528--9192 ~ts 21)1'1'1 rd Wed Hou Community CloY.n:s. 862-831' Hou Count.•! oTCiubS 526--8()5... Hou· Dlita -p;o18Ssioria1s. 523-6822-664'6"59 meets 7 JOpm lnd Tues HOO f1ag ,-Drill Corps. oav~d Walker pres.152- 2776 atter 6pm HOu Gly-Heiinh MVOC.tes sreY. B~rton. 790- 9"•8 met"!S 7 30pm 15t Sat HouGay Stud-;:;-!~ Assn. 1i1.3o9a Ho1.1 lnler-F11lh- -A°tloaflCe i;;ontact tr.rough lntegn1y 1Hou Hau-MOlofc).-i;;leCki-b cici ~iary s.1022 Westrtei­mer. 528-8851 HOO N"011hPToteu~~POe-3840 Humble 773"7.81!111821·7128 ~7301)1'1'12nd$a'I HOU"Ouldoor Gr~p {HOG) -~:)i.41 or Jim 680-314.4 roller 5~al•ng w<th Cott •5a carousel R111ko!I 1·10. 3rd Tue HoustonT9n.1fi"CiUbA.d!S2.i1;.zt51 play10.m· 1pm Sun & 130-{lpm ThlJ.rs.. Homer Ford Tennta Ct< Hou Te• Tenrl11 CluD. o.lvodilti-1•i1- play 10:30am-1 30pm Mwl. 7.»-9pm Wed MOl'Nr FOid Tennis Ctr ilH-lnc P0816o.41_ n222~69"-1132'. !ili-101.4 alf11111edgroup1arelriterac1.B·zzarT10sAPllCe In the Sun. MOfllroae Art An11n("9 G&l. Ari;;fllvn ot h G&L Swrtcht>Oard. MoritrOH t>~mphornc Bend t>Oard~l730pm15!Thurs1v1.,ed10ca­t1on1) educahon•I fonim 7 JOpm 3rd Thuf'I 1noeraoi1 ·speakers· Bureau P08 391. Be1:a.re 71.401. 66&-4064 ~~~1 ~~~~89(~'f.Of~~·in:0,~,~= Autry Houle. 6265 Main lnteiac1 0Yet400roupl.P0816CM1n22269.t- 1732 Ifs Oltiay Fi-11-nk'Sk.,.,ner· ~24 16 cw- At OS Foun· dahoo 52.4-AIDS meets Wed anl!l"noons Benog Ctourch JOE 520-0206 KPfT RadiO.fM-ii:>. '419ioven 8~d 526-4000: ;~~:kt~:r·n ~~~n-~in.~mP\~~ ;~ •Ollom KSAIOS Fouflcsa1;o., lorrfter 111me ot AIDS Fourid1t1on Jem/ K•uftman cane.. 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PO"e ,,051,. 11214 lciwer W•the•mer POiQ-- s;..b-Stat.on. 802 W•theomer 529-3100 Luthef•l'IS C0ncerned. mee1S at G,.ce Luthsa1 Chlnoh 2515 Waug" 931~ nwet 3n:I Tun ewntngs McAdofy ~- "Zo AIDS Founcs.:ion 3:' MonttoM Bo11 11!>5 52•·1437 ~~,~~·~°:!:,' ~"l,,.o~~~ meetsbt-wMl<fy Metropoht•n Comr1Wil11y Church ot ttie Aesu. rec:ttori 1!v1CCRJ 1919 Deeal1Jr 161·9149 pol luck diriner 1 30pm 1•1 S11 mi:'"thly avca 10 .4Sam & 7 15pm Sun & 7 15pm Yvfld m«nber· stoip lnQUr,..rs elas 7 30pm Mori aducall()f; ct11sses Tues & Wed eves. national prayer vig or PWA16~6-~_ Metropolllari Pentecosts! Chu1ch 686-0180 1>vcs 2Pm Sun Bering Act1v1,res 8ktg M!Jlt>errY llHawl"Ome cHou1 M<ttropoltten w.nd E~ ~·o M '' St St..,._,. E pov.opal C. hun:h 7 '30 Wed MorilrOM Ai;; 1v1ty Ct1 o 0.gnrty Ctr MontroteArtA11<41ncia - ..... ,732-668-aJ1• 16i­$ 332 att11ia1e I H lf'IC ~ 1fld !vlon Gay Pn,. Weeke•tub :r.30-11pmJun23 MOfllrosa e..-.~Old 1MG1eatoal' !vlon rose Bus Guild Montrose Church Of Chnsl 3207 MontrOM $.t4· 9181 IYCS 2.30pm Sun ~ ....,ear1D¥o"n Aun M JnTfOIC. - home ~8·5~' OOl!!I M<)n Tue Tnur. &-9pm ~c:.:.n:~ J'JCAtlt, ~g~919 .. ~1 mE'el 7. M.,.,1rose Counse 'IQ Ctr 900 Lovett •1':: !..29- 0037 AIDS victim~ grouP 630prrt Mori Womens Supporl Group 7pm Tues lite tuues 5 JOpm Wed lesb<an Couples 6prn M Montrose ~ngers gay mens~ M ke 526- 38>0 Montrose Neigntiomood Awlrf)e$$ Gro JP 519- , .. 0 MOl"lrose SoltDaU LHgue Po8- 21112 1712T 524-31•4 season play every sun tnru Jui 1:, re•cept Jun 29. Jul 6) Lawrencl! Field w 1Qttl 011 N Shepherd Gay Pnde W~k sports oay Jun 21 Ail-Star Ci.Imes Dallas Juri 21 1t"'1tat1ve1 playoffs Jul 19-0:· Gay Sohbllll Wortd ~enes x Nf>"' Yorlt Crty A~ 2'4-30 MoritroH Sports Assn 1 J.4SAJ Me spr- 1 c sub group Gay P"G Week sports day ri Mcmtroae tiyrnpt'lonte l:larw:t Pt. B 666 J :r:r, 66 s.z;_...!)4 mMt 7 lO?rY'I Tun Ooorottv c "' F......,. ,,..., afttlia1e Hlr GayPr!OeW..._«11 e-1"1 MORE !..t6M :u_: 7 a >~fT' )U.p6- l18111 treatmen pgm prOfe"C Mor.!'OM Coo. l'ISe ""l Cir Mottwrs Group tl6a-6502 583-8925. meets 1~ 1s"l3rdf"ue Crg tvCtr MS.A. Mon N gN Bowling p ... y Stad1WT1 Lanes l200 BrMlmalll Slevl! 692·'4S97 G.ly Pride Week •POrts oay Juri 2• MS.Ii. Tl\ufs N gtil 1M,uclLN~ Bow1mg M•ke =::~1i:.,.~J.~ee:=~~::s, " MSA POOi !Blli.rdsJ Lugue Debbie Scott 973- 1358 or DennlS Lord 68CMl752 Gay Pride W•k spor11 da_y Juri 21 MSA. voncytian M11rlo. 521-1"69 games 7pm Tues. Gregory.-t.incoln scttool i101 ,.alt Gay Pride Week aports day Jun 21 MonttOMl-"W•tch subgroup Ne•r10WI" Assn Nat Assri Lesb11n & G.Y A1coh>lism Protessoon .... (NALGAP~ Taxa-s C!"UIOler Roii ~ 921 3132 ""eeta 1pm 2nd Sa1 Motit<ose Courtseltng """'"' ,N,a.t.io n.alGayttea!tftEo..c.! Foun"".at1ori "-~ =~~°'1:~=a lorPOWB°:12N~~J·· N.nown -Assri ,M:>ntrose C v C"utl ,,,.,3 Westhetmrer l'IMt 7P"' .4th Tues NIYtlOwn BuaaneM A"wu;e 529-7010 meets 7pm 2nd Wed l bertv Bario. •001 Westtle :"'!er Nf'W F wdom Ch'iStW'I C'hurt:'"' 129 Ya e tl6J ~n svt;;S '°'m Sun Over•tersAnonymOus c.~-MoritroseCo...it'lff Inv CV 900 lcwett Pe99"r' at $1&-.4015 meet9 SomSUn M<>ntroseCounsel1'1gC'" &8p; W«l Bl:trmg Chutcri •uo Harold P1ren11 & Fr18110I of Le$tliaru. & Gays (Parerits FLAG} "64-8663 mffll 2pm 3rO Sun Prestiy 1enan C":r • 1 OakOlle P.r1e Peoole c J Nurtc"' Comm..rn.ty re-l'louM. 7'41·252" PuyLiberKIOO POB600063712601162-1•76 Presidents C•ub 1)1111 preatdenls :.Pc ::009 668-1• n~ ~:b-«12• A.creat~ l#ld O.ur:-:l Comm tiff Rene;adl!s ~ Renegadrel nieets 11 the Barn 711 Pee 1 528- !M27 Club night Thi.Ifs FiiceUr.vGay-L9t;;8nslJl)pOl1Grgi,,J- 5~:k (G&L Sw 1"f'!bo.ardJ Roitlk_O_ Chapel •og sUt RaU 524-1639 t."i\en11 0. T. CO&mse rg for hte·tlUNl9">1'19 illnnwl 522·5064 Soc.ety !or 2nc1 $ell ifn-Eu Gui' Coas1 Tr.Mv"Me C~r P0B 903lS :r;090 Society fOt I~ P,.Of'\OtiOrO o1 Amazori Sact~ Muochlsrn !SPA~~· POB 10iJtOO 71710 G&L Sw•IChbOlr0529-'S211 Sunri;nt"1:t C.i.ttie Co aoc1111 cub co The -Barn 710 Pactlie 52&-9.\127 "fi -Gly-Ao.;;o-"* \TGAA1 Hou ctiapw Drawer 119'. POB 6811173 71006 526-&001 Gay ~dew.- l!!Y8'lt ,.un 25 T• Humari Aoghts-Foul'ldation 900 Loven •106 S2<>«l60 ii R;cse,., Clo Ripcord. 1u F-s1~•e• si1-11g2 WSuWri e Bcow1•rig Myr1 723" i•S5 bo'*ii73opm Poll Olk Bow ng Lanes Gay Pride Weet. ~sdtlyJun_~_ W•AI lor llotty. Gay Pnae w• Comm111ee G.y Pn1e Weell. Vtralk Ji. n 22 Wnlayan F.tti)wshll) ID" ·68'9 "Wesl!wlm&f I )l(lny Arts Aun 1001 't\ts11*rnet" S_163.511.0133 What e...- Happened 1a Baby .,.,. M •ed ~=~in:J=r-tiur'! 5t.s~La9:°2~ ~ vw·~ apott. c11v .,..,... 21 Women• Bow 'JO Le.ague Oebbte 973- 13!>& ~ Sufi Staelllirn U"IH l200 8raesma1n Gay Prtdl "Week sports day Jun • Womenat")bbyA 4Crietsea 521-.>439 WOfl'l8n s Sottban ngue 6":"' P ~~ 17009 c.tny or C.ro yn 863-62..."6 vames Suro !:1e':r~:0,22G.a~= ~~~h s· 2' Alt St•• Garnes O."-s Jun 11 neritat ve Womenswor j~L•bof ~WRll!md NP.W ...,.. C< Womyn !SPIN! 2003 Norfo k 869-f>S1J BAYTOWN BayWwl' Lambda Gr p 44: 1 8 710pmOOd F w....,i:~oe l..>nroe A•ff Lamb1.I ay AA •09 30-64 \,..;Jrln>e Area .. esti ans JUU'ly 11 -IOe-3 tlpm2nd&•ltll GAL\' \N lambda Al'"":Ohe "I A~• 14G =~~~"':~7~hQIGalYftlcn 26 MONTROSE VOICE I JUNE 13. 1986 Greater Montrose Service and Shopping Directory pog COi 52Q-849Q OJ1 mg bu int ADVERTISING PROVIDING A SERVICE? Keep 1t 11sted here in the Montrose Voice where 1terally tnousands tum eaeh week VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Ad'tler11se your proless1onal service through a Vo1ceCtass1f1ed Call 529-8490 Pay by Check or charge 11 on your American E•press 01ner·s Club MasterCard Visa :>r'" ~ 81-ir>l"'..he AUTO SALES. LEASING Also see "C":ars a 61 Clas.sit er.1 page ANTIQUES i-St'e;i.~,;-& v.:c-;-, Antique Shop- I I Resa le Shop I I ;?O't-, off u·ith thi.-. Ad: 11 ;;"H ~ i.ght~ ii~ ,j'_ I IL I -1fid-.11;-\' ,-,, ... -,,.,,-,.,~/-II r- "n- J 13th Street Antiques 309 E. 13th I n!.1111• 'l"Wl'"!I> \,.lutlts, C ::wns mil · 1urn1tuu Sat & Sun 10am-6pm ART REPRODUCTION QUALITY ART REPRODUCTION Cook$ PnotoPrint 528-7521 ATTORNEYS WERNER R VOIGT, JR )212 Ctn1fn #102. 527-8033 AUTO REPAIR TAFT AUTOMOTIVE 1411 Taft 5:l2-2'9G SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE AUTO REPAIR I BODY SHOP 2001 Harold 526- 19'0 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE NEARTOWN KARZ 190 laft 524-860\ SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR Free Eslimales All Work Guaranteed 2516 Genesee (101 Pacific) 526-3723 C-.orooretor Spec101,• E iectncol Repairs All Broi<e Work River Oaks Auto Repair 2307 Morgan 527 8810 • State Inspection • Foreign & Domestic •Brakes• Tune-Up • A C • Bectric •Front End Alignments FREE TOWING ON ALL REPAIRS Ar-c1dn1t Hr•palf ."tprcwlist Framr• Jfachmr l.r•ad \fnrk Fr1·r· f.'sl1malr•s BRITISH AUTO BODY REPAIR 2001 Ha r o ld 526-1940 BARBER SHOPS. HAIR SALONS Dinos Barber Styhng. haircuts $6 & up 302 W 1 llh at Yale Appl 86~1~2'J TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP 2 >4 Portsmoulh 528-8216 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE Jf"'i't J.)~H~fl.l ft.. 'l R ... •m1.1..1 !;..._ ".ju/;,d THE ROMAN Comp1911e lonao ia1 ~ Pl tessionalStaflo!fou Sen.Y 2602 WHITNEY 52'2. -8-5..7 6 522-2263 ,..,,.~-· .. ~ ,,,._,_M_ p .... BOOKSHOPS Taking a t...._o k It. b(:d can be tonger 1as11ng. safer and tomet1mes more thri lling WIT & WISDOM ol Oscar Wilde & Friends 1103 California ( 11· 7 datly 522·9808) COMPUTERS THE COMPUTER STOP Complete sales ano pereph1als for I BM ccmpatables Lcwest rate on Turbo XT '640K LAB-9Clm CONSTRUCTION/ CONTRACTING HSK CONTRACTING 1)20-9064 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO IN THE MONTROSE VOICE DENTISTS Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westhe1mer H<1u'>ton. TX 770CJ6 Monday thru Saturdov Hours by App:>intment (713) 524-0538 ELECTRONICS West Alabama Electronics Service 524-9140 T·l20 Video Tape $31'9 FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOUTHWEST FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1218 Welch 528-3851 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE HOME AIR CONDITIONING AJC Cenlr•t and window unit s. S•ln 1nd Service. MIDTOWN AIR . 521 ·9999 LAWN CARE BETTER LAWNS I GARDENS iZ·LAWN SEE OUR.DISPLAY AD JN THE MONTROSE Vf'llCE MEDICAL CARE STEVE 0 . MARTINEZ. M D 2801 Ella Btvd 1u11e G 86&-4SJ5o SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE IMMUNO-THERAPY CLINIC 704 Med1ea! Towers. 795-0098 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MOVING TST I CO MOVERS SAVE1 Boxes and packing supplies (small be>xes only 95¢) 524-9140 MOVING? T.S.T. & CO Movers "713) 961·5377 ~e''1311!;tif1 . 630-6555 o ~ ........ o Pkg. Service & Supplies, Too PEST CONTROL RESULTS PEST CONTROL & SANITATION 223-4000 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE DO IT ALLI Printing and (lev~op1ng enlargements. 1umb0 prin1s, him. Kodak paper, 2615 Waugh Dr 520- 1010 HENRY'S 1 HOUR PHOTO 428' Westhe1mer. 529-0869 SEE DUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PIANO TUNING PIANO TUNING And refated repairs $5 off with this ad' David Fawcett. 529-9554 PRINTING SPEEDY PRINTING 5400 Bellaire Blvd 667-7417 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE SPAS. POOLS SPA-TO-GO ., 16 JW Freeway. !72·8646 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PSYCHICS r--------, I MRS. TEMPLE I I Ammw1 Psi~·li1,· C.irJ t~ I I P Jim R1-.1d111q> I Tells Past. Presen t. Future I Helps solve problems of I I Lov~1e;~;~_s;;;;nc• I I 1661 Gessner Rd. I l~r H~~:~";/~1~7~~~~·, ~ Readings $10 Off ,. , l _ _:i~t~ :u::_ ..:.· J TIRES · ··~ 529-1414 i:\) 9 TME 11"f f'UICl ALL BRANDS 1307 Fa 1rv1ew 3 Blk~ West ol Monl rose TRAVEL WORLD TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL 1915 s_ Shepherd s2b-s1s1 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE TYPESETTING SAME DAY TYPESETTERS 4 Av(H1dale, t.,29-8490 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE TYPING The Word Store A Typing Service 3 50 ds!page, 9-5 M-F 5.50 ds/page. overnight and weekends Pickup and delivery round trip 2.50 Computerized spelling check Call 526-8442 VIDEO MAO VIDEO J939 Montrose. 521-0706 SEE DUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VI OE OSCO PE 2016 Monlrose 529-5544 SEE DUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VIDEOTREND 1401 Cal1forn1a. 527-0656 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE 479-0771 • n:ers M1 11'· • Ach1r . • Etc Persundt1.1.ed Tapes nf Talents YACHTS THE CAROL K 1522 6419 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE JUNE 13. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 27 Montrose Soap Birthdays, Mr. Drummer and Juneteenth By the staff of the Montrose Voice Many items appear m Soap out of commercial cons1derat1on c Don Bye of the Ripcord iust returned from an extensive (6 state. 23 trick) bike run. He now walks funny l Gary of the Ripcord and Chuck and M1tz1 of Rascars went f1shmg in Galveston and caught a ton of seaweed Great fishermen or what? Ronnie has not taken the money and ran Michael's is reopening m a few weeks Reconstruction 1s underway - l According to Cousin's wall. men come in three sizes: small, medium. and Oh my Godt The staff there all seems to know, too. c Happy Birthdays go out to Louise of Kw1k Wash, Jay and Bill from K_J_·s. plus speedy birthday recoveries to Brian of B. Adams and Gaye (our favonte exterminator) of Results Pest Control Thank goodness David of Whole Foods and Little Bit have reconciled their differences. as they make a lovely couple You know how those leprechans can be! -c- Inmate Adrian, prisoner of Mary's ... naturally 4.M COUSINS 817 Falrvlew- 528-9204 11am-2am FRIDAY-June 13th COCKTAIL PARTY 10pm Meet the contestants for Mr Southwest Drummer Contest (Chutes. 6pm Sunday) lntroducmg our newest bartender Van Watson Cousins-Where Friendly People Meatll The AIDS Foundation of Houston invites the public to an open house of their new offices this Monday from 7 to 9pm in the Cody's Building next to Montrose's favorite Kroger on Montrose, suite 700 -c- After five years of working a.t Mary's. no straight jacket 1s required Happy Anniver­sary to both Red and Maria_ (By the way Maria. the story 1s out that you were 10 Mol­davia last weekend, but we know better .. Let's hope that stripes are fashionable for your summer attire) J-D<;> n't miss Chute's Bananna-eating contest Fnday at 11pm (that's tonight). Also pool tourneys are held Wednesdays at 9pm l Mr Southwest Drummer Contest hits the patio of Chutes Sunday at 6pm -C'- Like to Skate? Have fun doing it with the Colt 45's on Monday. June 16. at the Carou­sel Skating Rink on 1-10 beginning at 8pm. c Dickie (K.D or whoever you are this week). what is it at Cutter's that interests you these days? Could it be the great food, or possibly the "atmosphere''? .J-On Wednesday, The Greater Montrose Business Guild rec1et·ed a proclamation from Mayor Katherine Whitmire: (I tor) VP Bill l'un. Clark Moore, Clintme Cashion (mayor's representatit•e), Bob Bagot, and Guild President Phyllis Frye. Jay and Harold, two of K.J. 's "beauties" The 10th annual Juneteenth extravaganza will be held on Monday at Rich's from 8pm hi 2. A Texas-size _ce.l,e_br ation, for sure Greenway Theater will have a screening of the movie ''Parting Glances" Wednesday June 18. as a benefit for the Gay and Les­bian Switchboard -c- Speaking of movies. the classic Rocky Hor­ror Picture Show·• comes to Marys Tuesday at 10pm and Fnday the 20th naturally - 'l- The Apple is no more. It's now the Rock Stop. at 209 Westhe1mer (We're really talk­ing Lower Westheimer) Mama Jim" (Dirty Sally's. Cesear's Palace. Fame. M1dnite Sun) will be making a guest bartending appearance this Sdturday with 25C: hot dogs and 25¢ draft beer In Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voice Play J.O.E. ... AND GROW IN G! Sa~e! FRIDAYS FROM 10PM Now O VER , 00 M EMBERS SUNDAYS FROM 8PM MONDAYS FROM 8PM MEMBERS ONLY FOR MOR( 1NF'ORMAi10N. 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