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Title Montrose Voice, No. 292, May 30, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Claude, Ken
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 30, 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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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript To Paddle or Not to Paddle F~l;E mnntrose VOICE "The Newspaper of Montrose'' Friday, May 30, 1986 Issue 292 (713) 529-8490 AIDS Vigil Held at City Hall On Monday a 'C'elebration of Life" can· di.light AIDR Vigil was held on the steps of City Hall in downtown Hou!-lt.on. Tht> vigil ~ns Hpon~ored by the ''It's Okay" group in cooperation with mohili:zation against AIDS aM part of similar vigils nationwidr. On hand ttH Mi1;trNl& of Crremonit·s was Jol't·lvn Lam• of Houston's Channel 26 Mui;i~ WRH provided hy Terry Gris~ett. Spenk<'r& included Councilmember Grorge Grcnnius who pre~ented a prod a· motion to the group; Jacki-;on Harvey, M.ll .. Rt. f.ukes Ho•pital; Rev. Ron Pough, Bob Foote, Jim McCreary, Chuck Edwurds, Frank Skinner. and EIE.>anor Mungt·r. founder and president of the Omega House Foundation. and longtime frirnd of thP. community. Thf' crremony was climaxed as ba1 loons, with the name-s of PWAs gone before UH attached. were released inn the evening skieti above the reflecting pool. A 8J>(>C"ial award was announced naming Eli­iabcth Taylor for herongoingfundraifl'ing efforst to fight AIDS. Fire Shuts Down Michael's An t•urly mnrnmg fire Sunday M 1~· 25, did t•xkns1ve damage to a huilding whirh houst:s u nf·w Montmse gay club hut duh owner Ronald Huc·kaby said he expt"<·ts to he hack op<•n in a few wet·k~. Fin• l>t•pl. investigations said it wa~ a dt·finit«• c·nse of nrson. Two empty gruwlin(• rans with trurt>s of diesl'l fuel were found nrar thr rlub. Tht· nrsoni,.,t, officials ::;aid, 8pread thl' fut•I on the roof of tht• building, Fin• dnmag<· to the club was limitt>d to lht• attir uncl thf" upiwr floor. which wen• UMNl for offires. 'fhr mnin arf'a oft he duh f'sc·111ll'd with light damage mainly from walf•r and smokl•. Tht• duh, nt 42R Wt'Stheim<'r, opent.>d in April. Arson investigators have indicated tht•y havt· a fltrong lend but as of May 29, no arrt>Ht hnd b<.'t'n made. It's Okay group volunteers staffed booths for M~·monal Da} \/igil The 0 Tt'e Okay .. groupdependsi::olely on contributions by the CC1mmunity Dona­tion!' mav be madE" to: -.. IT'S OKAY" GROUP P. 0. Box 66~73, Suite 1127 Houston. TX 77006 A firery Sunday for ltftehat>l's 2 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 NOW LEASING .. ~~-·· Luxurious Apartment Living in the Galleria Prices starting at 399 to 599! THE ST LAUREN-a small adult apartment community in the heart of the Galleria offering One Bedroom Apartments with. e UTILITIES PAID e Swimming Pool • Basic Cable PAID • All Size Pets Accepted • Weekly Maid Service • Senior C1t1zens Discount • Microwave Oven Please call or come by Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm Saturday 10am to 5pm (713) 960-1103 2323 Mccue, Houston, TX 77056 11830 AIRLINE 2 blocks South of Aldine-Bender 445-5849 HOURS: NOON-2AM HAPPY HOUR DAILY 12-7pm, Double Drinks, 75¢ Beer FRIDAY: T.G.l.F. SATURDAY: No Cover Party SUNDAY: Free Buffet 3pm. Volley Ball. LIP SYNC CONTEST 1 Opm with MC Floyd MONDAY: Late Night Happy Hour, 10pm-2am TUESDAY: Pool Tournament ($4 entry, winner takes all) & Free Pizza WEDNESDAY: Live Band "Raven" THURSDAY: Dart Tournament, $4 Entry, Free Pizza live DJ Nightly-Floyd 13 Continuous Happy Hours Daily 7am-8pm STIFF DRINKS ICE COLD BEER HOT MEN ALWAYS50¢ DRAFT BEER 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 Liz Taylor's AIDS Group Gives Houstonian Grant The Ams gTOup headed by actress Eliza­beth Taylor selected a Houston researcher May 27 to share in more than $1.1 million-including part of a $250,000 beh­est from Rock Hudson-in research grants. This was reported by the Houston Post. The American Foundation For AIDS Research, the national organization formed in November to raise funds for research into AIDS, gave out 20 grants of between $50,000 and $60,000 to reHtarchers around the country and one in Canada. The total amount awarded was $1,162,422. It was the first time the foundation gave out money and it followed a five-month long search in which 147 researchers vied for the grants, the Post reported. Nancy Chang, an associate professor in molecular biology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. received about $60,000 from the foundation to research a possible AIDS vaccine. Chang and her husband, Tse Wen Chang, an immunology professor, both joined Baylor's Center for Biotechnology about six months ago and are considered among the top AIDS researchers in the world, Baylor spokeswoman Claire Bas· s<-·t t told the newspaper In addition to her research at Baylor, Chang spends about half her time work­ing with Dr. Robert Gallo at the National Institutes of Health on AIDS research, her husbund said. Dr. Mervyn Silverman, president of the The foundation, which was formed from the merging of the New York-based AIDS Medical Foundation and the National AIDS Research Foundation of Los Angeles, said it plans to award at least$1 million more in grants in six months. Taylor is the chairman of the founds· tion. which made its first grant awards with the help of $250,000 from Rock Hud­son. A recent benefit involving leading fig. urea in the New York fashion industry and donations by corporations, individuals and other celebrities helped raise the remainder. The Post said officials of the foundation admitted that fundraising for AIDS has become easier-though by no means easy-since Hudson's death. ~Pl~V. ~Safe! Weight Problems and Inhalant Abuse A u·ef•kl.v hf·alth information rolumn sponson·d b}· The Montrose Clinic. Thu; column is dl•t•oled to you, the Vo1cen·adt•r. Rut tht• only u·ay u·e can ansu·er your health question is if we knou· u:hat they an•. Pll·aM.' send your anonymous ques-tion.., to: The Mrdicine Chest c o ThP Montrose Voice ·lllH Ai•ondale Houston, TX 77006 I must watch my weight, but I like to go out to eat. Any tips on healthy din· ing out? Eating out is not the same as pigging out. With a little restraint. you can slay on a dil·l. or Rtmply "watch it." in any typt:• of rei;taurant. In fatt, it may be easier to have inter~t­ing diet m('u)!~ when eating out. For <'XRm plP, n 1mlad bur has a much larger varil'ty of vegetahh.·s that you could economically fix for youn-df at home. And they're already washed and cut up! (Just n·mt•mht•r to go t•ai-;y on the dreM.;ing and ''t•xtras.") I IPr<• art• som(' ()lht•r suggestions: 1 Ask for all the snucei-; and dn·Hsings "on thr side," and use small amounts: 1 AHk for low·t·al su bstitutions-u baked p<,tuto (do not load it up with sour rrc•am STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AIDS/KS DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON, TUES, WED, FRI BAM-5:30PM OPEN THURS, SAT 8:30AM 12NOON Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy #1000 Houston, TX 77027 621·7771 --""' and butter: try a small amount of marga rine) instead of frit·s. or a green salad inHteud of <·ole slaw~ 1 A8k for broiled or baked entrees inst('ad of fri('CI; 1 If you go out for fast food, have the salad bar or deli sandwich; 1 Remove skin from chicken entrees; 1 Ignore the bread and crackers on the ta hit>; 1 If you must have dessert, try i:;ome­thing with fruit instead of chocolate; 1 R(•memher that portion control is very important. .Just becau!'e you're paying for food doN~ not mean that you have to eat ev(>ry monml put in front of you. If you're in a nicer restaurant, set half your food aside and take it home for lunch or dinner th<• next dny. If you're eating fast food, ordrr th(> smnll~t portion I have heard that sniffing aerosols is very popular with teenagers these days. Can you tell me whatthe effects of this are? Inhalant abuse is already a widespread prohli'm, and it is growing. Thrre are muny t•iu.;ily available products that sniffers ust• to get high, including lighter fluid. window cleunrr, paint thinner, shoe shint' spray, and brake fluid In small doS('EI, the sniffer gets a brief feeling of light-headedm·ss. Larger doses make the sniffer relax. Often the doses \wcome so large that the sniffer goes into a depre:;sed state, and finally, sleep, or even a coma. The effrcu. of sniffing include: brain damuge, nerve cell de.struction. liver and kidney damage, throat and nasal passagP­way damage, tooth and gum damage, psy· choloi,rical problems, loss of appetite, tiredness. nausea. and nosebleeds In a chronic, heavy sniffer, it is doubtful that theM.> effects can be reversed even if the sniffer quits. If you know someone who has a problem with inhalant abuse. here are two resources that can offer assist. ance: Texan'" War on Drugs-.lJ22-969X. and the Institute for Social Alternativei:; Inhalant Abuse Service-944-7577 [ll f,!!!W!1!I [ Can We Talk? .. . about Leasing that new car. Call LEE BORBA 973-0070 Honda BMW .A.c:cord 179/mo 325 319/mo Prelude 209/mo 52B 379/mo Mazda To~t:a RX-7 229/mo MR2 209/mo 626 tB9/mo Cehca 219/mo Olds Ford Calais 189/mo Mustang Conv 239/mo Delta 88 229/mo Taurus 199/mo Chevrolet Cadillac S-10 Blazer 169/mo DeV11Je Camara 209/mo El Dorado NO 00\.VN PAYMENT 2B91mo 3191mo LOWER MONTHLY PAYMENT • CASH FOR YOUR TRADE MAY 30. 19B6 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Letters "Celebration of Life" From It's Okay" Greetingl-i form the "It's Okay" Group. Thank you for making our "Celebration of Life'' this past Memorial Day evening a tremendou~ success. This was accomplished by your com­bined efforts. and as a result, you, the Ci ti· zens of Houston. are recognized as leaders in the AIDS work, worldv..ide. We offer our congratulations, to you. for this achievement Again, thank you for your continuing support.. and we ask only that you remember, whate\'er happens, ''It's Okay" Items in the "Letters" section represents opinions of some of our readers and not necessarily the views of the MONTROSE VOICE. Readers are encouraged to submit their thoughts on issues of interest to the community. Please keep the letters brief and mail to "Letters to the Editor," MOSTROSE i'OICE, 408 At•ondalf>, HouRlon, TX 77006. In Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voice W:q2 tttxil£ 1011 Bel 059-0453 TEXAS OLDEST GAY BAR A continuing Texas Tradition u·here good drinks, cold beer u fine entertainment is served without attitude This Friday May 30th; 10 pm till? The Return of Little Bobby's Variety Show with her Entire Cast! Jane Johnson Edye Mae Laure Lee Love Jerisa Bunny La Cuva Burgundy Woods R ainbow Sunday, J une 1, 6-9pm The New Ms. Zack and her Boozin' Buddies N- Hours effective June 2 open 12-2 doily Beer Bust Wed with free Hot Dogs & open pool table Beer Bust Sat & Sun Happy Hour 12·9 Daily & Dally Drink Sp1 1als _ -:1~ ttGBG - ~-: ·-._~ I' ~ Th: South African sa.n:e cf II ~ ~'~"~ .... montrose VOICE ANO TEXAS • STAA MONTROSE. TEXAS PopUl1hOfl test 1985) 32.000 CMsus tracts '°101_ 40102. 40201 402 02. 405 02. 403 and 404 01 Zip codes (roughly) 77006 77019 fponion). 77098 Bounded 1roughly) Shepherd Or (west) Allen P1r1<w1y (north). 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US Hol.iM or Aepr~1t1v• (dill 18) 1919 Str>Ari •ao a1J11n1339 The Newspaper of Montrose Estabhshed 1980 OUR 292nd ISSUE, MAY 30. 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 pub she1 Ken Claude fld1101 David Roumlort P10<1vr1,on Connie Woods,,ru>ws Scott Cutsinger 8111 o·Rourke r•v•l'Wt Slhe Wamtn ,.., )lllJ/ CCNtHpOl'ldent ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT Houston (713) 529-8490 Elsewhere Te11:as (800) 222·1537 EXT 995220 EIHwhere us t800) 225--0227 Ell:T 995220 Jerry Mulholland .i.,,.,i,,mg d11.c1or Jon Arnold #H1v9'l1•1nfl r!JPrN•nt"''"'• Monty Hill •dwflr/•llnr; ,_,,,•s•nlaliwe Found '19 MMlNts G19ah!f Morit•Oh Bu111.ess Gu ti Gay Ind L"o"n Preu Anoc;u1\10f'I Nf,.U SiJo'<C• Panloc N1·w-. Servu;;e POSH.IA'>TfR 6f'n'1 .Odr.U COffffCl•O"'ll lo 408 Avono1111e Ho•,nMn f)( 71006 3028 SuNu"~l1on are Jrl US m Jffled envelop9 $49 per ye11 \52 •klftl S2'9Pefl1amonlhtt261Uues) 1JrS1 ~l)Nw~~ 1&11 th•ri 2fi 151ues) Bae~ IStueS S2 e8'h Narson.1 «1.,.,,,,m9 rep1.sentat1Ve Joe OtSabato Aivendell M.ttlleoting M6 611'1 AV9'1U1' Ntw Yo<k 10011. ?It) ?•2-686 Arl ... •'111 119 dHdl•n• Wf!dnn<l•v ~JO, ,., tor lstue re!eUifd Fu::iity even1no N' •lo Ml•"' ser1 Loca11cJver1111no "''" M..l'ledule Eighl-A '*HtiHe<:tiveApt Tl 19915 PftPot19•tnf•ly The r.totitro.e \l'oic:• don no11uume re-soon 11tJJlrtylor ldvef1t11ngcia '"' Readfrt1Ffllkedl0"1Y .. the f.l,f.W IPIP9f' o 1ny ti tPidOn ! lra:IUlenl or lecept"'91dvtrl1., **VOTE** Mamy Heafner FOR Judge 309th Family District Court ALL family judges in Harris County are male Democratic Candidate. June 7, 1986 Paid for by Mory Heafner for Judge Campaign *Member of G.P.C. * MAY 30. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 5 B~CCHUS SuNdAr., JuNE lsT: CoME ENjoy DEwEy's FAMOUS BBQ! $J.OO/p~TE. SERViNG AT 4:00 p.M. SuNdAr., JuNE 8Tlt: STRUTT RETURNS TO BAccltus! SuziE, TRAC)', CltRis ANd Lois will plAy foR JOUR ENjO}'MENT ANd dANCiNG Also AppuRiNq: FRidAy, JuNE H , lMill FRidAy, JuNE 20, 9pM· 1AM SuNdAy, JuNE 29, b·Till OPEN TuEs.-SAT. 5pM-2AM SuN. 2pM-2AM HAppy HouR S-8 TuEs.-FRi. DJ TltuRs.-SuN. PA1io OpEN DAily foR lEiSURE OR MEETiNGS MEN WElcoME Too S2J LOVETT Pit: S2J .. JJ96 6 MONTRoSe vo1Cet MAY 3o. 198 From Montrose, It Looked as if Downtown Was On Fire Volunteers Needed for GPC By Ken Claude Montrou Voice Editor A natural gas explosion leveled a down­town building Sunday evening sending brick and masonry flying, miraculously missing police and firefighters on the scene at the comer of Fannin and Rusk. Had it not been unusua1ly quiet due to the Memorial Day weekend, passerR·by could have easily become fatalities. As a gas main continued to feed the blaze, Entex workers 1Warched feverishly to find the shut·off valve, hampered by the intense heat of the blaze, finally locating it 90 minutes after the explosion ripped off the top two levels of the structure shower· ing surrounding streets with debris. The explosion and resulting two-alarm fire came seoonds after a fire department rescue truck arrived at the building after receiving report of the blaze. Arson inves· tigator Mike Robertson said it could be days before the actual cause of the explo­sion is determined but later speculatt.>d that a natural gas leak sparked by lightn· ing ignited thestructurewhich housed two restaurants and a drugstore. The scene of the fire resembled a war zone with an omnious column of black smoke hanging over the downtown sky· line. A search of the debris is underway to determine if any victims remain buried. The explosion was remarkably similar to the Borden Ice Cream Co. fire and explo­sion of 1983. Said one firefighter, "We were lucky then and lucky now that no one was injured fighting the resulting blazes." You may have voted May 3, but the jobs only half finished, says a spokesman for the Gay Political Caucus. The GPC has endorsed six Democrats and one Republi· can in the June 7th runoffs, and candi· dates are counting on a strong gay bloc vote. GPC volunteers are working to get gay voters to the polls; however, more volun· teers are needed for several projects, such as the mailing of the GPC election news, phone banks to urge voters to the polls, and individuals to hand out endorsement cards, staff phones and run errands. If you would like to be added totheconfi· dential GPC mailing list, or have moved and nf'ttl to correct your address on the Ii.st, call the office at 521-1000. ROCK "N" HORSE Texans Get 2 Top 10 Spots at Mr. International Leather Newest Women 's Bar Men Welcome Also Dancing Nightly Welcome Houston Women's Classic By Glen Webber ( Eddor's note: GU>nn Webber represented the Venture·N of Houston at the Mr. Inter natumal Leather Contest la.st weekend i.n Chic41(o. This u hUJ firsthand report.) It was a hot night in Chicago. On stage 20 men, representing the best from their communities, vyed to be ~elected Mr. Inter· national Leather 1986. The I~ winner, Patrick Toner. was ending a very busy and successful year traveling around the country raii;ing money for various AIDS charities. This is the primary function of Mr. International Leather, and gives the leather community a chance to get involved in their own way. Patrick raised over $198,000 in his travels Sunday night's contest was the climax to an exciting weekend for the contestants whkh officially began Saturday_ How ever, the parties started Friday night for those who arrived early Regii;i;tration was the chance for the judges. con~tants and press to officially meet each other. We drew numbers for our lmeup on stage as well as receiving our nbbons identifying us as contestants. Thne were only two men representing Texas. and both were from Houston. Besides myaelf, tht.>re was JeffWieburg, a handsome man representing Mary's. We both drew coni-;ecutive numbers, giving the croud a double doa;e of Texas men on etage in each category. Sunday we met at noon to prepa_i ~ tor what would be a 13 hour day that started with prejudging at The Mane Country. We each appeared on stage, one at a time. to preeent ourselves to the judges and anawer questions. Twenty.seven men had registered and seven of them would be cut to select the semi.finalists. That announcement would be made on stage that nighl Glen Webber (/J with Mr. /nternatlonal Leather '86. Scott Tucker Then we went on to the Park West Theater where we rehearsed on stage and spent time gl"tting to know each other The rontt"!ltanta representf'd a wide var· 1ety of bars, leather shops and businesses. Cities represented besides Houston included San fJiego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, New York. Miami, Omaha, St. Louio, Chicago, Toronto and Denvtt. Each man brought his own style to this event and left his mark when it was over The show started at eight before a capacity crowd and was videotaped, with two big screen1t hanging down for close up views. An hour later. the 20 semi-finalists were announced. Both Jeff and I made it to the semi·final rounds Then it was on to the two categories, the first being swimsuit/leather jocks, and second the leathertlevi during which we would give a short speech on any topic we wanW We were brought on stage one final time to announce the winners, 2nd runner up was from San Francisco, Ist runner up was from L.A. and the winner was a very handsome Scott Tucker from Philidel­phia. Jeff Wiebul'l( placed 4th and I placed 7th. I know both ,Jeff and I represented Texas well. The commaraderie between the conteAtants made it a special weekend, and hopefully we ran have Scott Tucker visit HouRton later this year. Participants DAILY SPECIALS C&WBAND Sat. Nite DRAFT BEER 75¢ Happy Hour, $1 Regular Well llrinks $1.50 Happy Hour HAPPY HOUR 4-7pm Open Tue•· Thurs. 4P,m-2am. Fri.-Sun. lpm-2am ClDSF:Il MONDAYS 1Vpren1: Kre-ou•nl'Y 5731 KIRBY 520-9910 THE BEST LJ'ITLE GUEST HOUSE IN TOWN REASONAl3LE NIGHTIY & WEEKLY RATES PRIVATE BATHS FREE PARKING FOR RESERVATIONS CALL (504) 566-1177 1118 URSULINES STRi.ET, NEW ORLEANS, IA 70116 MAY 30, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 7 Come On Back To Where It's At lH (11\. s,ome •i tr,~" THE Country & Cbq ~ Western Bar ~t; ~ for EVERYONEn ~ Monday- Open Pool Tournament 8:00- Thurs/Fri Casino Night Spm to close Winner Takes All-2nd Place $15.00 Bar Tab Happy Hour All Day/All Night Friday- Tuesday- $3 Beer Bust 6:00 to close­Serving Miller Utr on Draft- Bring A Buddy Night ... Specials!!! Sunday- Dance Lessons 8:30 ~ Wednesday- • Happy Hour 4pm to close -t! MSA Billiards 8pm ., Summer Sundays (beginning June 15th) Marys and Screws $1.00 2pm to close Darts, Video Games, Pinball, Dancing MSA Pool Tournament 3pm Happy Hour 4-8 Daily Wheel of Fortune 6:30 Every Weeknight SUnday, June 1- :MSL Sports Benefit for Gay World Series Country Express Band 6 to 8 Stage Show 9:00. Free Buffet 9150 So. Main Featuring Victoria West Miss Gay Houston and a cast of thousands (well almost) Dress Code Applies Fri/Sat Spm to close June 13 and 14th: Re-Grand Opening!!! Country Express Band Door Prizes I Drink Specials and More Coming Soon Square Dancing 666-3464 8 M~TR051'-VOtCE /,MAY 30. 1986 Gay Man Faced with Blood Test after Neighbors Criticized His 'Morals' detectives asked serveral personal ques­tions about Miller's relationship to his beneficiary. Hooper·Holmes also submit­ted an investagative report to North American in which they noted that a "resi­dential informant felt that applicant was a little close to his partner." Edward Miller, a 27-year-old commodities trader, lives with his lover in San Diego. Fr·>m a pre release by Natwnai Gay Rights Advocate North American Life & Casualty Com­pany hai; demanded that a gay man undergo blood tet;ting after it hired a pri· vate agency to investigate his "morals" and living arrangement with another man. The demand came in a letter to Edward Miller with a notation "HTLV-111 antilr ody ~reen" when Miller applied for a small life insurance policy. National Gay Rights Advocateti was then contacted by Miller and immediately filed a formal complaint with the California Depart­ment of Insurance. The complaint names both r-;orth American and the Hoo}>(>r· Holmr ~ investigating agency. The que8tion of Miller's "morals" came up after Hooper-Holmes interviewed his neigh hon- and becau~e Miller designated an unrelated male as his beneficiary. "'Insurance companies have no right to exploit the prejudice and narrow­mindednesi-; of an applicant's neighbors." declared Benjamine Schatz, Director of NGRA's AIDS Civil Rights Project. "We must not allow homophobia and gossip· mongering to determine who get"1 insu­rance," he added. NGRA Executive Director Jean O'Leary commented: ''North American's attack on gay men ignore:> the fact that AIDS is not a gay di!-!ease. Futhermore it is illegal for insurance companies to use the HTLV·III antibody test in California." North American has admitted that they order investigative reports on "any appli­cation that includes a beneficiary who is not a relative by blood or marriage." Furthermore, they have state to Miller that 1'being male and in the20-50agecate­gory places you in a high risk for blood disorders. N ALAC, as well as most insu­rance companies, is getting blood testing done routinely on persons in this high risk group." Mr. Miller has written to the insu­rance company three times for more infor­mation about what blood tests will be performed, and has received no answer North American also based its decision to test Mr. Miller's blood on theresultsof a half-hour phone interview between Hooper·Holmes and Mr Miller. Their AIDS Virus in Animal Cells Re8earchers have successfully grown the virus which causes AIDS in animal cells for the first time, a development that could lead to finding ways to inhibit reproduc­tion of the deadly germ. Guild Gears Up for Trade Fair News reports May 16 said that the virus had bt.·en grown previously only in human cells. Scientist at the UniversityofCalifor­nia, San Francisro, and the Chiron Corp., of Emeryville, Calf., said they found a way to grow the virus in non-immune cells from monkeys, minks, mice and human1o; By Connie Woods Monlrou Vml't" Reporter Emphasizing the importance of the busi­ness community's involvement in the Trade Fair and Businftis Building Work shops, Phyllis Frye. president of the Greater Montrose Business Guild, a~ked for voluntet"r help at the regular ma-ting, Wednesday night at the Backstreet Cafe meeting room. Frye told the mt"mbers that the fair and workshops would bl"nefit each of the busi ness:es involved and encouraged partici· pallon freim each of the businesses In con1unction with other activities dur ing the Gay Pride Week festivitiei;. the Guild will spons:or the Trade Fair, Satur· day. June28 from lO:OOa.m. to3:00p.m.at the Allen Park Inn At a cost of 25 or$!)(), area businesses will have the opportunity to present them· selves to other businesses as well as indi­viduals attending the fair In addition to the Trade Fair, work· shops will be h•ld throughout th• day foc­using on topics of interest to the business community In relationship to the community busi­nel" iS interest. State Repret;entative Paul Hilbert of District 150 spoke to the group about the Houston economic situation. •·we thought we had economic security and development," the guest speaker said "We had our Exxons. ourTexacos and oth· ers. I don't know if I know it but I know it when I ... et" it," he said in reference to the current Houston economic situation. 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In other busineRs. Gay Pride Week Com· mit~ Member Ray Hill addr .. sed th• guild concerning its support for the upcoming Gay Pride Week activities. As a representative of the committee, Hill thanked thf' members of the guild for their support for the pride instilled in theactivi· ties during the week's events. "This is the first time for people to come out and feel good about who they are," Hill told the members. He also pointed out how far the gay community had come. "We have managed to make a mark in lit~ra­ture, politics, education ... our contnbu· tion has made a major contnbution," he told the group. "During the period of June 18 through June 29 we will have an oppor· tunity to make yet another position for ourRelvei:i," he said He ended with the words. "ourpride, our progrei;s, and our future." The next board meeting of the guild will be held Thursday, June 12 at 7 p.m. at the Backstreet Cafe. Meanwhile, Dr. Allan Goldstein, bio­chemistry department chairman at George Washington University Medical Center, says an antiserum may have been found for a vaccine to fight Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The Scientist.a claim the newly disco· vered antiserum may be the vital ingre-­dient they need to develop an AIDS vaccine capable of saving the lives of peo-­ple with early·stage viral infections. "We think we've identified the Achillei, heel of the AinS virus," Dr. Allan Gold· stein of George Washington University Medical Centrr said May 2..1. Theis was reported by the Scripps­Howard News Service. Goldstein said the new antiserum also might be useful in the future in fighting cancer virufiles. Developed late last year by researchers at George Washington and the National Cancer Institute, the antiserum's power­ful antibodies prevent the AIDS virus from attacking human blood cells, Gold· stein said. 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COMING SOON: 2 Hour Black and White Processing OPEN DAILY * OPEN SATURDAY * OPEN SUNDAY 9am-6pm Weekdays, 10am-6pm Saturday, Noon-Spm Sunday 10 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 Dr. Didato's Personality Quiz Should Disobedient Children be Paddled? By Salvatore V. Didato, Ph.D. Seu·s Amrr1ca Syndicate To spank or not to spank-that ii:. the vex· ing quC"Sti<in which confronts parents from time to time. A naughty child ts always a rhallenge to parents. especrnlly if they are young and inexperienced WhethE'T or not you take the stand that rod sparing results in child spoilage, there are sc:1me hidden factors which operate in every family that may work against you and your child Profe880r William J. Goode of Stanford Lniversity has done considerable research on child·parent ronflictH and reveals a number of interesting facts about corporal punishment and its impact on children . To learn what you know about the sub­ject and how it might affect your child, answer true or false to the items ahead, then read on_ The quiz is based on the finding~ of Goode and other researchers I Children in large families tend to escapt" punishment for being aggressive more than those in small familietoi 2. A fir.>t·bom child usually beani the brunt of harsher discipline than those born later. J. F.ven if one parent tends to be lax in discipline, a child is Je.s likely to he unruly if the other parent is strict. 4. Parents who have marital connict tend to be more lenient with their children. 5. The more parents percieve God as a punl8hing being, the more they will tend to punish their children 6. The ratio of brothers to sisters in a family does not appreC'iably affect thesev erity of a father's discipline of his sons. 7. Parents who physically punil'lh their children are likely to make up for it by heinli{ extra tender to their spousE·s R. More than likely, homotoiexual male~ as children wtre treated in a lax and per· missive fashion by their mothers "A naul(hly child is alu·ays a challenl(e to the parents, especially if they are younl( and inexperienced. 'Brandi West' Still Being Sought By Connie Woods ~ft~,,.rri~r~Yfi~nRfWortr:;6nths. the mystery of the whereabouts of Brandi West still remains. Female impersonator West, wh08e real mune is John Clifford Youens, 32, was inditted in San Jacinto County for the murder of a young Louisiana woman Patrice Ann LeBlanc, 20, who came to Houston almost a year ago. was murdered in April. Her body was discovered clad in a comforter and weighted with two concrete block8 in La.kt Livingston, April a. Her body had been slashed 31 times and stablx-d eight times A San Jacinto County Grand Jry indicted Youens of the murder. LeBlanc, a former roommate of Youens, had lived at the Greenway Oaks Condominiums on Timmons Street after moving here last summer. Although sht"' was heterosexual L.eBlanc was often seen in the company of • RESULTS PEST CONTROL & SANITATION 223-4000 Lorena Mclaughlin-owner'operator TPCL #6155 MEMBER HOUSTON PEST CONTROL ASSOC TEXAS PEST CONTROL ASSOC "Professional-Knowledgeable Service Technician" her gay friends m the Montrose area. Considered very attractive and popular in the gay bars in Montrose, LeBlanc had come to Houston fromm Lafayette "to enjoy the city life." When questionOO on April 2, Youens told authorities that he had been with LeBlanc in mid-March at his parents retreat near Lake LivingRton although he had not seen her since that time. The investigaton; talked with Youens ~· 3939-N Montrose - 521-0706 ~ - . ~ ~ ~B'.~11§ We're still giving out that free popcorn. half-price movies on Monday and staying open till 10 every night. New releases in store: ROCKY IV (Stallone), TWICE IN A LIFETIME (Gene Hadcman) BIACK MOON RISING (Tommy L Jones) To be released 6/4/16: JAGGED EDGE 16 DAYS OF GLORY 6. Falsr-Th(• number of sons in a fnm· ily dol·R influen<'(' parents in discipline process. For t•xnmple, fathers are more lik(•ly to us(• physical force on boys if their sibh arc- nil horthen• than if they are all l-li!oltt>rfi. 7_ Falfif-Par(•nts who spank are likely to have lf•ss warmth and more hostility for tht·ir spousrs than thosE' who do not. R Fah1f- Muny homosexuals have had disturbed relationships with their par· ents. Compared to other mothers, it is likely that those of homosexuals are harder on their ~ons in matters of disci­plint and dole out more heatings to them. o Score Your score mdirate:; your understanding of physical discipline, what instigates it and how it nfh•cts the behavior of child· ren 6 to 8 poinh;-Above average :J to fi pointH-Average 0 to 2 points-Below average NOTJo> If your Hrore is low, it might be wise to see a child specialist to alter your 8tyl(• of disciplining your child. o Answers I FalRe- Studies show that the larger the family, the more physical punishment is used to keep children in line. 2. True-Child guidance clinics report that par<•ntH tend to scapegoat their first born child more than those which follow . :J. Fals('-Parents with opposing view1; do not balance tht> discipline scale. There is actually more of a chance that children will be aggre!:lHive if this is so, rather than if both part>nts are too lax or too strict. 4. FalHe-The more marital friction therf• is, th(• morr parents will resort to bodily puniHhmrnt as a principle means of modifying th<· bahavior of their children. 5. True-parPnts who Rtrongly fear the wrath of God for their misdf'eds will tend to carry this attitud<· over to their children. on April 2. On April 3 her body was recovE·n·d from thE> lake and the following day Youens diHapJ)<'ared A<·<·ording to friends of Youens, he said he would not return until the murderer had been arrested. "lie knows that he is a SUHPE'Ct in th<• case," a friend said who wishes to hnvf' the identity unknown. "He says he is innoc<·nt," the source said Ouring recent days the search has continued. Some people believe that he has b<•en in New York, Los Angeles or evE'n her<' in Houston . However, an owner of a local bar where West once worked said that no one hM heard from him. The popular comedian and master of cerf'monies for gay clubs throughout the state has not bet·n 8f.•en Hince the recovery of lA•Rlanc's body. One Montrose-an•a clu h owntir suid that 1-lhe heard from Yout.·ns hut he did not indicate where ht"' wm1 Tht• mvstrry conntlnueH. Where is Brandi Wf•st'! Why doesn't he come back and defend himRelr? Why would he have killed her'! Did he kill her? And, above all, if he didn't kill LeHlanr, who did? The authoritit·H know that it will be diffkult to find You(•ns as he has many appearanr(·s both as a man as well as women. Jof• Price, distrirtattomey for San Jacinto County, Htated that the search would lw a lengthy one. "He can change his apJ)<'arnnc·e so rasily it will be a problem !orating him," Price said. Sports Voice MSA is 10 Years Old The Montrose Sports Association will be celebrating its 10th anniversary July 4th with tournaments planned for that wee­kend. There will be competition in bowling, billiards and volleyball and they would like to invite all Texas athletes(and all others interested) to a fun filled wee­kend in Houston. For information, contact. Gerald (bowling) (713) 694-3S82, Denne' (bil ­liards) 721-650S, Nick (volleyball) 777- 182.1. Deadline for entries is June 15. The!-le tournaments will represent our aes­qui «·ntennial gifts to Houston and Texas and all persons participating will be pho­tographed for inclusion in the MSA time capsule, they announced. Hou-Tex Tournament June 7-8 The Hou-Tex Tennis Club has scheduled a tournament for club members only at Homer Ford Tennis Cent.er on June 7 and 8. If you have not renewed your member­ship or wish to become a new member, please contact either Donny Kelley, club prl'i:;ident, at 789-2110, or tournament director David Garza at 926-7171 on or before 7:00 p.m. June 3. Texans Prepare for Gay Games from a press release The deadline for entries to Gay Games II has arrived and MSA would like to thank all Texas athletes who have registered, Those representing Texas will be solicit­ing rveryone's support (morally and financially) to prove that Texas is serious about gay sport!-i. PleaAe help our athletes. becaufiewewill h<' representing you to the rest of the world . All athletes registered are invited to Houston during our 10th Anniversary to m('('f E-ach other and to coordinate our state prior to the games. Please conta<·t Nick at (713) 777-182.1 for information. MSA Volleyball Plays Sunday Volleyball practice is held every Sunday at Wilson Elementary (corner of Fairview and Yupon) to all persons wishing to par· ticipatr. Play begins at 3:00 p.m. and free refresh ment.R are provided. TUNE-UPS OIL CHANGES BRAKES 1 7 Bicyclists Hit the Road to Fight AIDS One of the bicyclists who pushed off Mon­day on a 4,000..mile fund-raiser to stop AIDS was powered by hopes of a cure for the deadly disease, another by the realiza­tion that more than eight friends likely would die by the trip's end. UPI reported that 17 determined riders moved through New York's Central Park on the first leg of their cross-country "Cycle for Life," which comes to a halt in San FranciRco on Aug. 3. The men and women riders, homoi:;exual and heterosexual, ranged in age from 24 to 58. They plan to travel about 65 miles a day and camp out most nights. "Give 'em hell, Dad!" cried the teary­eyed daughters of Stephen Fischer of Manhatten as he disappeared down the sun-drenched roadway. The SS-year-old grandfather said his job helping AIDS victims who are too sick to undertake household chores introduced him to scores of new friends whose funer· als he would inevitably attend. Fischer, who works as a "buddy" with the Gay Men's Health Crisis, a leading AlDs support group in New York City, said he looked forward to educating other Americans about AIDS but was not bank­ing on researchers discovering a cure for the deadly disease soon. During the long ride that will take them through Philadelphia, Chicago, Minnea· polis, Des Moines, Iowa, Denver and Salt Lake City on the way to San Francisco, the group hopes to raiseabout$100,000 for the national AIDS hotline, said "Cycle for Life" spokeswoman Sherrie Cohen. With current budget restrictions, the hotline must turn away as many as 1,000 caJls per day, Cohen said. Organizer Scott Lachart said anxiety and frustration with the disease that robbed him of thrt>e cloge friends sparked the idea for the ride. "When it's all over, I hope I can sit back and say I did my best to stop this thing," he said. MSL Teams Win in Dallas, Seattle The Montrose Softball League (MSL) teams won in the Dallas Tourney over the weekend, lead by Rich's, who .remained undefeated throughout the tournament. In second place was Atlanta's Pharr I~ibrary, third place was captured by Dirty Sally's and rounding out the top four was Kansas City Stuff The Most Valuable Player Award was captured by Rich's Brent Griswold. The CaAcade Cup Tournament in Seat tie was won by Houston's 611 team. American Heart Association IM1l£ FIGHTil\G Fa< \CWLIFE MAY 30. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 11 Sgt. Glenn Swann Erotic Fantasy Party Friday Night May 30th, 8-10 p.m. Call Glenn SWann For Details (713) 974-1000 Dear Glenn: SorTY I missed your Porty. but I would like to hove you send me X1)Your ne.1 book. "Safe Sex- The Ultimate Erotic Guide" 5900 X2)6 1ntimote color photos 51000 set K3)"Sgt SWonns Fantasies" VHS video lope $6900 Prices include postage Send check. money order or Visa or Mastercard credit card number Name Address CARD# Send To SGT GLENN SWANN 3025 Coral 'Na.; Miami. FL 33145 EXP DATE 12 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 TO Secrets Among Men Men's Life Partners By Dr. Ken Druck with James C. Simmons ( Thi~ last of a {we· part series offers adL'ire to mf'n for improuing their relationships Wlth their mates. It is edited to make it more applicable for thi! readers of the \loice.1 A life partner is someone with whom we Mhare a committed, ongoing rdationship. She or he may he a wife. friend or lover. Men face two major problems in dealing with life partneri;. They allow their unre­solved feelings toward their mothers to clutter up their relationships with other women And they often have real diffi­culty approaching their wives. friends or lover~ free of destructive images, fantasies and exrwctations that allow little rcx1m for a mate'~ true tJelf to emerge. o 5 Secrets that Heterosexual Men have in Regard to Women 1 Heterosexual men may say that they want .. Woman love,"' but what they really seek from womt>n is ·Motherlove." '"Moth· erlove'' is like no other love a man will ~eceive, and he knows it. This unique qual­ity of love come~ but once in a man's life Never again. es adults. do men receive the attention and care they got as children Men who did not get the mothering they needed, or who became addicted to that which they did get, secretly pursue this "Motherlove" in their adult relationships with women. Th~e men pass up "Woman love" in a search for the all-elusive "Moth­erlove." They feel they have a right to caretakmg from women. Or, as one of my male clients succinctly put it, "Women owe it to men to take care of them " The traditional elements in society rein· force these men's view that "a women's place is in the home taking care of her family's needs." These men commission women to administer them a regular fix of "Motherlove'' each day. (These are the same men who often get upset when their dinner is not ready on time.) 2. Heterot1exual men simultaneously want end fear being taken care of by women. There is a hidden desire in most heterosexual men to be loved and fussed over by a woman. There is nothing like the tender, loving care he feels resting in her arms or the feeling he has when he walks through the door after a hard day's work and smells fresh blueberry muffins. On the one hand. men want to tum themselves over to somebody else's care. To do so, however. also means handing power and reiponsibility for their basic needs over to another pen;on. This is when many men panic and begin to feel trapped 3. Men hide their desire for romance. The politics of being a man call for men to play down their natural romanticism and 5ensuality. "Only sissies become senh· mental." men tell themselves. "Soft" is a foudetter word to be excluded from a man's vocabulary. Men stifle many of their romantic feel · ings and lt-l them peek forth only on spe­cial occasions. And even then it may be difficult for them to say, "I love you," except indirectly by sending flowers, candy or a greeting card. 4 Heterosexual men grow secretly res· entful of the rolett they play with women. Men and women are taught from early childhood what their .. job" is. Men who grew up believing that their job is to pnr vide for their familie!S have a deeply ingrained "'ense of responsibility to do just that. week after week. month after month, year after year Women who grew up believing that it is their "job" to attend to their family's every need also feel a duty to serve m that ro!C' day after day Wom(•n's .. job rt-sentment" is today an open secret. But what about the men? Many of them. too, feel resentful. disen· chanted and trapped in their "jobs" as th(' family provider. In more extreme instan· res, such men might resort to physical abuse of their wives and children to relieve their pres"'ure~ or they may simply walk away fmm their families. But more often they sulk in a bad mood. 5. Sometimes men do not want sex . There are times when men simply are not in the mood for sex . They may be tired, angry, emotionally up.set or merely dism· terested . Or they may prefer to be tender without having it lead to intercourse. There are also times when men use sex to reduce tens1on. not to "make love." But many men are afraid to say "no." They push themselves lo pt>rform in bed when they do not want to. Men who cannot say "no" to their partners become prime can di· dates for !WXual "burnout" (erectile dys· function and other forms of impotence). When men allow sexual prowess and performances to become a central measure of their masculinity, they often defeat their own cam~e by pressuring themselves into wanting, or appearing to want. sex on all pos!iihle occasions. Sooner or later in every man's life, his body speaks out in defiant rebellion. his flaccid penis emphatically stating, "NO'." Let us now look more closely at the big· gest secret in men's relationships with women. their hidden emotional depen· dency upon their wives or lovers, and its chief cause: the unresolved busine~s toward their mothers. o Putting Mom's Face on Other Women There is another danger men and women fact> when mC'n expect their life partners to pick up where their mothers left off. Some-­times men secretly punish their wives and women friends for their mother's "crimes." They may find themselves becoming unusually pushy. decisive, angry, overly sensitive and frustrated with little or no provocation. Something their wive:; or womeniriends do or say suddenly lights a short fu~e inside them. The anger, frustra tion and confusion that may re!iult is but the ghORt ofthost' f('e)ings they had years befon• in encounters with their mothers. These youthful emotions will rontinu(' to haunt them and the women in their lives until they lE>arn to recognize them for what they are and face their fNlings toward their mdthers. Mother's ghost can take a thousand and one .jormt;. Th_e man who turns his w_ife mto.n p('rm1ss1on giver has yet to exorcise his mother's ghost from his marriage. Men with controlling mothers may secretly promise themselves never again to give that much power to any woman. Whether our experience with our moth· en; hai:; be-en good or bad. a precedent has been established. The stage has been set for our subsequent relationships with women. These clmsely guarded secrets about our mothers prevent us from realiz· ing the full potential of our relationships with other women. We hide them by put· ting up walls. o The Benefits of Cleaning Up our Act with Women 1. Heterosexual men gain female com· panionship. They attract the most sub­stantial women and elicit the best that female companionship has to offer. A female companion provides something special in a straight man's life that he can get nowhere else. Women as friends com· plement men in an unselfish, non­competitive way. 2. We gain further access to the world of intuition and feeling. Men also benefit from their relationships with women in the area ofrmotional health and intuition. Women have long felt much freer to express their ft·c>lings. Th('y thus serve as us('ful models for a more intuitive-based living. Ry interacting with women, men are better able to balance the pragmatic, rational orientation we adopted while growing up malC'. 3. w(' gain an understanding and sup­portive friend. Having an understanding and supportive woman friend is a godsend in times of need or can add that special touch in an otherwii:;e ordinary day . A chat over the phone or a visit over lunch with such a woman can favorably change your mood for the rest of the day. Such an aCC(•pting fritndship can be enormouRly liberating lwcau8e with her you need not play any of the male roles. You are free to be your tru(• Relf 4·. We improve as parents. For those of us who haveC'hostn to fatht>rC'hildren, a final benefit is that pa.renting reachl's new lev· els of coop('ration. We better understand our wif<•'s abilities and interesL<; and she oun;. We communicate better. She is attuned to our par<•nting abilities and intt•rt•sts and doe8 not buy into the "men an• helpless'' stt•reotypes which exclude us from large areas of our children's lives. And our children b(•nefit from a more loving and i'ltable environment, in which they will learn a model of intimacy and COOJ)(.'ration that will sustain them the rest of tht.>ir lives. o A Man's Credo Regarding Women • I will S('ek to succeed in adult·to-adult relationships by meeting women in their own right, not by chasing after "fantasy lovers" the way I did when I was a teen­ager. I am a grown man, comfortable with my mt:tleneRs, and at ease with my rela­ti? nsh1ps with my par('nts, my close male friends and my work. Therefore I am ready to mC'et women, face to fa~e and accept them aa they are without tryi,ng to fit them into preconceived stereotypes. • I will fnce the ways in which I depend in an unhealthy way on women, emotion­ally and for everyday survival, and make myself fore 8elf.sufficient. I will develop simple skills so that I can provide basic rare for both myself and others. And I will lt-arn emotional self·care, so that I can cope during those times when I am alone. • I will differential(' between "Mother· love" and •·womanlove" in my relation · ships wi_th women. I will stop expecting automat1cally that the purpose of women is to take care of my basic needs. I will commit myHe)f to "Womanlove," which, likes its counterpart "Manlove," is the love a woman freely chooses to give because shewnnts to, not because she feels she owes it to a man. We must decide lo stop living compla· cently in thol-ie relationRhips that are spe­cial lo us. We must determine to bet on ourself and our relationships. And bet to win, not to place or show. Excerpted from the hood THE SECRETS MENK EEP by Dr. Ken Druck u·1th Jam.a C. Stmmon~. Copywnte 1985 by Dr. Ken Druck with Jami's C. Simmmons. Pub· lished h_y Doubleday & Co .. Inc. Reprinted by permission of NEWS AMERICA SYN DJCATE. MAY 30. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 13 Ille Have You Been Down to See Us? Well ... Come on Down! MONDAY AMATEUR MDADLDE STRIP CONTEST PRIZES D SKIN D PRIZES TUESDAY W.C. Fields Memorial LIQUOR BUST Five Dollars 8pm-1am 75C~~R A-L-W-A-Y.S .... HAPPY HOUR 11am-8om MONDAY-FlllDAY Noon-3om • SATURDAY, SuNDAY CAMPY BARTENDERS? 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The family has a df"ep dark secret. In Death. one son is imitating the- father as a failure. In Rain, one ~on, Polo, is too weak in his live fortht>other,Johnny . Polo loves him deeply, but too tenderly. So he gives in and finances Johnny's forty-dollar-a·day habit. In a very romantic subplot. Polo and Celia are starting to eye each other. Theater styles have changed since this play came out. Their version of realism was strongly influenced by the radio. No dead air space was allowed. Pinter. with his u~e of dramatic pauses. was consi· dered quite shocking. The man would actually write "Pause'' many times in his plays. Lota of actor weren't sure how to handle them. Rather than adapt to playwright Michael V. Gazza's style. director George Hawkins has infused the play with his own brand of realism, which is influenced by the movies. Pauses abound. An already long, by today's customs. play is made super·long. Many of the pauses work, but at one point I was convinced that neither actor remembered who had the next line. Still. this is a powerful play powerfully acted . Davi Jay has the good looks and the style of a young Frank Sinatra. His Polo carries the evening. Allan Evans (Johnny) and Deanna Woods (Celia) start slowly and quietly but build beautifully to some well-realised cli­maxe:; Wayne DeHart handles most of the comic relief. His witty mugging helps keep us in our 1;eats No wonder Johnny and Celia haven't been sleeping together much lately. He hideR a gun under his pillow. She's stashed a hard· bound book under hers. Goodness knows what's under the mat· trees Now that Dynasty. et. al. are into rer· uns, this play would make a more than adequate substitute for any hard·core soap addicts o Notes June 1·7 is National Theater Week! ... Houston Ballet will be dancing at the International Singapore Festival June & 9 .... Next season Playwrights Simon Gray and Edward Albee will direct pro­ductions of their own scripts at the Alley . • Showing our age? Karen Dotrice, who played Jane Banks in the film named after her nanny· Mary Poppins. got married on Valentine's Day! . .. This summers meller· drammer at Theater Southwest will be a spoof of Cora Sline. Director Bonnie McFerren is looking for an original title tune. Send either sheet music or a cassette recording of your song to her at the theater, 68.10 Wilcrest. Houston, 77072. Auditions: Qualifying for upcoming pro­ductions: Chocolate Bayou; June 7, by appt. only 528-0070.. Classes: Acting or ~-------iiiilliii------~-, Get into the habit! Staoes i llAl ll·l IXl:llO II lk rt1.:IH lhrn'l'lr /he outrageomh· b1/anmJ.\. scalh111;.:~1·fu111~1· lesson of a lifetime.' SISTER MARY IGNATIUS EXPIAINS IT ALL FOR YOU "' kr Christopher Durang I.alt ' i~ht Performances tnd;.n & saiurdJ\, llpm SuntJa, Xprn \II pt:rformant.T' - ~x rtu~ IKlo.rt,to \l..1...it·rt.;1rd \I\\ nr \nwnun hprt"'·"' 1;1mt P R\H.S \\ \IL\HI • r1d.t•l)o Jb.o l\J1:.tfllt• .u 'hi•'4U\. Ill rra1111mlm 1'.1rt.. (.o/Jrt'~"''"' 1/h FOR TICKETS CALL 5 2 - S T A G E P rJt, K 1111• "Want to see my gun?" asks Charles Krohn of brothers LeiRh Se/ting and Greg Willaim.r1 in "Orphans," Alley Theater Technical Young Professional (13-18) Workshop: Houston Community CoJlege: Register by June 2: John Corley, 630- 7265 . •. Classes: Humphries School of Musical Theater; ages 4 up to adult: TUTS rehearsal hall, San Felipe at Mid Lane: 622-1626.. • Classes: Ballroom Dance: Let's Dance Studio: 784-4100. (I got mischievous this week and called thet;e wonderful people to ask about same-st>x classes. You'll remember I was enchanted by the dancing of two of their instru ctors, Terry Hildebride and Rosenda Fumero, in the Cole Porter revue at the Country Play­house. Yes, they have done it before· with a female couple • &.nd seem willing to arrange private lessons again in the future. There hasn't, of course, been enough call for group lessons.) o Celebrate 5:30, 1431 Joan of Arc burned. 612153 Queen Elizabeth II crowned. 613172 ·First female rabbi, S.J. Priesand, ordained. B'days: 30 Christine Jorgensen, Mel Blanc, Benny Goodaman. 31 • RRiner Lone Star Guest* H ouse is offenng a l1mrted numbt'r of Country Club Memberships fFirst Come. First Served Ba.sis} Ck.lb Mtmt>rrs Enpy • 10% Otsccunt on Room R<11e • Rr'Cle.-Hion.al FM1ht•n Opm 14 Houtt Prt ~ · ~~~~K~tr~\· ~~~,~~v~~~ Be a Pan of Spf'cYll Upcomng Ellf'f'll\ • Mcmotldl Day • Gay Prldt' \Xlttk • 4th OI Ai~ Most of Nt Just being~ to rtl.1J< with all o~ comfortS of hc>ttll!' With a Guest of Your Choice Al...~ CONT...CflJ\NM S60 Quarterly 713-522-1213 713-523-9004 104 Avondale "Lonestar Signal" in oils. Students and Workshop Exhibition. Art League of Houston Dule Hill repeats his broadu'ay triumph a.~ "The Tap Dance Kid" To place an AD in the Montrose Voice - - just phone us ~ 529-8-190 0a S:~ l·tiel da• Ads can be charged over the phone to a major credit card OR we can bill you later Werner Fassbinder, Don Ameche, Clint Eastwood. 1 • Marilyn Monroe, Nathan Aldyne, Andy Griffith. 2 - John Lehman, Eleanor Butler, Johnny Weismuller. 3 Marion Zimmer Bradley, Allen Ginsberg, Lili St. Cyr. 4 Kin George Ill, Rosalind Russell, Parker Stevenson. 5 . Frederico Garcia Lorca, Ivy Compton·Bumett. Wil· liam Boyd. "We two boys together cling­ing, One the other never leaving."· Walt Whitman (born 5131). o Openings The Bat (Company Onstage, 30) -Some­one tries to scare a sixty·year'°Jd maiden lady away from investigating a murder. Ell'Ctric Storm (Emancipation Park, 1, noon)· Freebies, ONO! (One Night Only!) All Female Comedy Revue(LaffStop, I) • Monical Piper, Carrie Snow, Claire Berger Kip Adotta (Laff Stop, 3). Stories From Home (Hillendahl Library, 3, 10 am.) - Sally Baties tells sto­ries of Texas immigrants. Freebies, ONO! The Tap Dance Kid (Jones, 3) - Willie wants to be a dancer. His uncle wi11 help him, but his father wants him to bee-om(> somC'thing more important. Cliff Baumer and his C& W Band (Que be Deaux Park, 4, noon). Freebies, ONO! Rosie O'Donnell (Spellbinder's, 4) -Star Search Competition semi-finalist. TAFT Al TrrOMOTIVE l ·t.11 'l'AF'l' :'>22- 21!)() Don't Sell Her. Fix Her! GENERAL REPAIR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ELECTRONIC lUNEUP AIR CONDITIONING Montrose Live Texian Tales (Kendall Library, 4, 10 a.m.) - Cynthia Lockwood tells stories of the frontier. ONO! Bauhaus Photography (Goethe Insti­tute, 5) · Opening evening festivities for this exhibitionn of 125 photos will include two films and a lecture. Freebies. High Rise <Skettegast Park, 5, 7:30 p.m.) • Freebiei:i, ONO! Hil'ipanic Children Salute Texas (Vin· son Library, 5, 10 a.m.) -Storyteller Blanco Galano. ONO! Next Time. For Real <Ensemble, 5) • Comedy about a young woman caught in the web of her own fantasies. Student and Workshop Exhibition (Art League of Houston, 5). Tiny Skaggs (Olympic Festival Square, 6 noon) ~ Dixieland. Frttbies. ONO! MAY 30, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 15 Westheimer Cafe HERE TO SERVE YOU 24 HRS \'el come gay operated 1525 Westheimer 528-4350 DAUGHTER OF UJ~M_~ PART TWO ALL NEW! Sketches! lmprov! Stand Up! WITH CHERYL HOLLIDAY DEE MACALUSll DIANE KELLY MICHELLE WATKINS SUNDAY .. MONDAY, JUNE 1 .. Z, 8:30PM THE COMEDY WORKSHOP 2105 SAN FELIPE (at Shepherd) sponsored by METAL TEMPTATIONS filling your 1ewelry needs 2164 Portsmou1h 524-3068 CALL FOR RES£RVATIONS & INfO 524-7333 TICKETS $5 (sorry, no passes) In Mont-rose, Nea-rly Eve-ryone Reads the Voiie Play J.O.E. Sa~e! N ow O V ER 100 M EMBERS ... AND G ROWING! FRIDAYS FROM 10PM SUNDAYS FROM 8PM MONDAYS FROM 8PM MEMBERS ONLY FOR MORE INFORM Al ION, SEE VUR Al..lvLRl ISEMENl l.JNOER PERSONALS' 'N THE CL ASSIF1£0 SECT ON OF T -4E MONl ROSE VOICE H , 'J,/ "c ;f!VI A ll C. YAM 16 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 7 llpm June 13 7 Day Montrose Events Calendar • IN 2 WEEKS: National Auoc. Letb1an & Gay Alcoholism Professionals meet 7pm June 14, Montroee Counseling Centu, 900 Lovett. suite 201 • IN 2 WEEKS. Parents FLAG meelll 2pm, Junel5. Preabyterian Center, 41 OakdaJe • IN 3 WEEKS: /Gay Pride Weekl Gay Political Caucus Community Awards Dinner, June 21 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Ffl MAY Sat MAY • IN I WEEK: Houaton Gay Health Advocatt'8 mttt i;:j()pm June? • IN 2 WEEKS: Hou11ton North Proff$siona1R meetR 7·:i0pm, June 14 • IN A80UT 2 Vt'EEKS D'* Lown Tennis Anoe. hosts Texas Cup Challenge. Ooltos, competing with Houston Tennis Club. June • IN 3 WEF.KS: (Gay Pride Week) Walk for Unity June22 30 31 • IN I WEEK lntef(Tlty met>t8 7:'30pm June9, Autry Hou11e, 6265 Main • IN :J WF.f:KS: (Gay Pride Wttkl DJ gpinoff ,June 22 JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE • IN I WEf;K: Montrf»4' Art Allian1..- • JN 3 WEEKS: (Gay Pride Wttk) MontrCWI(' Art Alliance exhibit June 23. 7::JO·I lpm 1 2 3 4 5 v11er•• •c;w ~ ·D y Cllericl•r & MOf1trose Aeaourcn I Even! or group mus• spec1liea1ly pertain !O neoqhborf'IOoct ol Montrose or Hoos!on s gay COl!'lmun•ly un)eu m.t!Of C•ly stale or nation.al holiday r:>r lftaloP n<111ori11 gay evotnl 2 s1 .. c:1ty commercial evl!nls not 't'tCludet1 3 &s•neu c•v•c & toei.i Ql'OUPI & meir ......,.s•eoener111y qua11fiecl 4 Polil•C.I hen is wl'lere only one v•ew of• sub1ec1 C81'dd;i.te 0# pe.rty 19 (lomm1ri1 not qu.a1ol,ed For •tit•ONtl f'llorrn•t1<1n (If pho!'lfl """'~ loo!< IOI the 1pansonng <1t98fl•Z1t1<1n Jflder Rnour~• • IN l WEEK: Gay & Labian Hiapanice Unidoa mttt 7:30pm • IN I WEEK Lutherans Cr•nrt'rned meets June 10. Greet' J .utheran Chur<'h. 2515 WauJ(h • IN I WEEK- Citiun11 for Human Equality meN 7;;Utpm June 10, 2414 Gramercy • IN 2 WEF.KS: Houston Outdoor Gruup and Colt 458 skate night, June 17, Carousel Rink • IN 2 WEEKS: HOBO (Houston Organization of Bar Owners) mff't.11 June 18. "Just" Marion & Lynn'a • IN 3 WEEKS: /Gay Pride Weekl Group Theatre Workshop presentation June 24 • IN :J WEEKS: Houston Area Gay & l...et1bian Eng'ineers & Scientist& meet 7pm June24 Typestyles indicate events· locations Houston. Of Area lnte..est In Houston, Of Local Interest Outside • IN t WEF.K Hou11ton Data Profeeflionala mttla 7::l0pm June 10 • IN l WEEK Neartown BusineH Alliance mttU 7pm June 1 I, J.iberty Bank. 1001 We9lhf'1mt-r • IN 2 WEEKS: Gay Pride Week event: Gay & Lesbian Switchboard sponsors film "Parting Glances'' at Greenway 3 Cinen\a, June 18 • IN 2 WEEKS: Hou!lton Gay Pride WM-k Jun.-19.29 • IN 3 WF.EKS: Montr08e Civic Club (N't>artOW'nl mtttR 7pm June24. 1413 We11thf'imM' SELECTED EVENTS THROUGH 7 DAYS • FRrDAY: 1'Rreakthrough" Jeabian-feminist program. KPIT FM-90, 8:15-1 lam • FRIDAY MontroHe Country Cloggers meet 7pm. MCCR, 1919 Decatur .SATURDAY· Dignity mass & social, 7:30pm. 3217 Fannin -SUNDAY: Frontrunners run from 9am Memorial Park Tennu; Center &.~ONOA Y· Houston Women's Softball League season play Heili(hts Lyons Field. 8am·Apm, 13th Strttt near Shepherd ~C!':DAY: Houston Tennis Club plays lOam-lpm. Homer Ford Tennis Centn ._...,l"~DA Y: Hou·Tex TenniH Club plays 10:30am-l :30pm. Homer Ford Tennl8 Center "-'HJNDAY· Montro .. Softball League season play 1:30-R:.JOpm, Lawrence Field. W ICtth off N Shepherd -Sll:-.DAY Gay Pnde Week parade sub-committee meeting .June 1 •SU~DAY Women's bowling league plays, Jpm, Stadium Bowl "-~UNDA Y; Gay Pnde Week Committf't' meeting 4pm June 1. Dignity Center • SUNDAY: W W.B. Bowlin~ League, 7:30pm, Post Oak l.anE'fl • SU{';DAY Overeaters Anonymous mttt ftpm Montn.se Coun~eling Center, 900 Lovett • MONDAY· Lesbian Couples mC"t"t.l'I fipm. Mont1m1e Counselmg Ctr • MOM>A Y MSA Ek•wling. 9pm at Stadium Bowl. t\20:1 BraE-smain .-rlJF.SOA Y · Frontrunners run 6:3(lpm from Memorial Park Tenm11 Center ll'fUESDAY MSA 'Fun Volleyball U.ague" plays, ?pm • TUESDAY Mothers Group meels June3 al 01gn11y Center ST'l'ESDAY: Montrose Symphonic Band meets Dignity Center, 3217 Fannin. 7:30pm STUESDAY'. Mothers Group met·ts 7;30pm JuneJ, Oignity Center • WEDSF.SDAY. It's Okav meet~ afternoon. Bering ChurC'h: 1440 Harold • WED1'F$DAY IJfe (;sues mH"t• 5:30pm, Montrose C'ounselinli( Ctr • WEDNESDAY Hou·Tex Tennis Club doublet1 play, 7:30pm. Homer Ford Tennis Ctr • WEDl>ESDAY, Gay Political Caucua meets Holiday Inn. S Mam at Blodgett. 7:30pm June4 • WEDNESDAY' MSA Pool League competition • WEDNESDAY: Overeaters Anonymou1 meet Spm Bering Church. 1440 Harold .-i'HURSDAY; Frontrunners run 6:30pm from Memorial Park Tennis Center .,.HURSDA Y · Houston Tennis Club doublee play, 7:30pm, Homer Ford Tennis Center WI'HURSDAY: "Wilde 'n Stem" lilY radio show 7:30-9pm on KPIT Radio. FM~90 ll'fHURSDAY Mixed Bowling League, 8:45pm. Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain SELECTED EVENTS IN FUTURE WEEKS • N 1 W£9( Texas DemoctotK: Party pnmory etectlOn runoft. 7om-7pm Wednesday, June 18 • IN I WEEK Greau-r Montr08e BuameN Guild board mfftlnK June 12 • IN 1 WEEK- Avondale A1U1ociat1on meet. 7:;l()pm June 12. Christian Women's Cent.er. 310 Pacific a 1N 2 WEEKS Baytown Lambda meets Gay and Lesbian Switchboard sponsors .. Parting Glances· at Greenway 3 Cinema Friday, June 20 Commemoration of Police Raid on Mary's Release of Montrose Voice "1st Ed1t1on" for Gay Pride Week Saturday, June 21 Sports Day Gay Poltt1cal Caucus Community Awards Dinner Sunday, June 22 Walk for Unity DJ Spinoff Monday, June 23 Montrose Art Alliance exhibit 7:30-11pm Tuesday, June 24 "The Group" live theater presentation Wednesday, June 25 • IN 3 WEEKS: !Gay Pride Wttk) commemoration of the poliee raid of Mary's, June 20 • Its' .'3 WEEKS: IGay Pridt Weeki Sp1rl.R Day June 21 • IN :J WEEKS: Gay Softball All-Star Game ttentati\'e), Dallas. June 21 • 11'1 '.l WF.F.KS: Grt>ater Montr08t' Buiuneu Guild gt'neraJ meeting 7pm June25, Baduitreet Restaurant, 110.1 S. 8hepherd • Ir-.; :I WEEKS iGay Pride Weeki TexaM Gay Rodeo Ai-sn. e"ent ,June 2S • IN :1 WEEKS: IGay Pride Week• Oay of R1·ml'mberance. June 26 Houston Gay Pride Week June 18-29, 1986 Thursday, June 26 Day of Rememberance Friday, June 27 Gay and Lesbian Hispanics Unidos "Baile Hou 1986," Astro Village Hotel Release of Montrose Voice "2nd Edition" for Gay Pride Week Saturday, June 28 Bering Church pancake breakfast 11am-3pm & Couples-sponsored Pet Show 4pm Greater Montrose Business Guild business building workshop and trade fair 9,3oam· 3,3opm, Allen Park Inn Montrose Symphonic Band Concert Sunday, June 29 Gay Pride Parade, 5,3opm Gay Political Caucus Spotts Park Rally Thursday, July 3 Release of Montrose Voice "Photo Souvenir Edition· of Gay Pride Week (also 4th of July weekend edition) Texas Gay Rodeo Assoc1at1on event Other events may be added and sp8' 111 of these events can change The Montrose Voice will report any changes GAY PRIDE WEEK EDITIONS OF THE MONTROSE VOICE Friday Friday Thursday June 20 June 27 July 3 1st Edlllon 2nd Edition Photo Souvenir Edition ADVERTISING DEADLINES 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. Add1t1onally, the Montrose Voice 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 1s normally circulated in Houston weekly for each of the other two gay publications.) Don°f miss out on bemg a part of Gay Pflde Week 1986 m Houston-and don't miss the best gay advertising opportunity all year-the Gay Pflde Week ed1t1ons of Houston·s largest gay community pubf1cat1on. Call today to reserve space: 529-8490 Or visit our office at 408 Avondale GUY AMADEE Guy Amedee died May 6. 1986. We quietly and very sadly mourn his passing and take solace in the truth "God loves us all." Guy was an active member of GPC and one of the original founders of the Houston Gay Pnde Parade Services were held in White Castle, La. , on Saturday, May 10 He will be missed by his many friends in Houston and Dallas Donations may be sent to the AIDS Foun­dation of Houston BILLY JOE STANGER Billy Joe S1anger. 55. passed away May 23, 1986, after a lengthy illness. Member of Alpha II, resident of Houston for 30 years Survivors include mother and father, Mr and Mrs C. Stanger, 2 sons, Mark Stanger of Shreveport and David Stanger of Austin Services were held In Baytown. Interment Memorial Gardens-Baytown. Survived by lifemate, Johnnie Hobson of Houston. He will be sadly missed by his many friends JESSE LOUIS DOTY JR. Jesse Louis Doty. Jr 40. of Houston died May 28. 1986. after a lcnthy illness. Survived by mother. Jackie Doty. brothers and s1ster­m- taws. Ronald and ldanell, 8111 and Karen. of Port Arthur. also Donald and Virgmia of Ft McPherson, Ga. and a host of close friends Employed 17 years by Gulf/Chev­ron Graduate of Lamar University. Beau­mont M.A. St Thomas University. Houston graveside services will beat 11 :OOa.m. Mon~ day. Memorial Oaks Cemetery. In lieu of flowers. contributions should be made to AIDS Foundation of Houston or McAdory Social Services Ctr Heights Funeral Home, 1317 Heights Blvd OuR POLICY TNI ~ontrOM Vo>ee W•ll ~memor";ie the pau.ng ot MontrOM r•1<Mit1I, •od Houlton OllY COITl•Tll.m•ty """"ber• w•th .,, 1rinou~I Fr>endl Of relat•vn ol the clec•Md lfl8y proviO. UI W•I" f.C:IS •bo\lt the person'I life ,,.,,,.. Ol lh• Crot.11 IUl'Y•VCO. Ind bu11•l lff11'1Qem8flts Pr OH 0# ..-..... an bt included Pictur• ••e -opr«,.led •nd w>ll be returned Name ol the Oec...-d tOOUld be •ll•ched to the photo. lntor1T1ehOt1 lhould be prov•dld to the MorolrOM Vooce .i 11\e ... 1,.1 po111ble aate •nd w•• be publllhe<t In the ne•I ev••llble «l•lron. There• no ch•1ge lot th• Nf\'\C:e Ask City Hall By George Greanias Houston City Councilman, District C Garbage Fees, the Zoo & the Art Fest Dear Councilman Greanias: I noticed recently that you and some of the other coun cil members oppose t he gar bage fee that has been proposed by Mayor Wh itmire. I also noticed that the mayor has a lso recommended an entrance fee for the Zoo. Do you still oppose the garbage fee? If so, why? And do you favor the idea of an admission fee for the Zoo? Name with held by Request Dear Sir: Prior to receiving the budget proposal, a majority of Council, including me, wrote the mayor a letter stating that if she felt that she needed more money in the next fiscal year, we would oppose obtaining that money through a garbage fee. Those of us who signed the letter believe that a garbage fee is extremely unfair in that it is harder on middle and lower income peo· pie. Everyone, no matter where they Jive, pays the same garbage fee. Whether you live in River Oaks or Fourth Ward, the fee would be the same: $6. 75 per month. This comes to $80 a year. That charge is the same whether you live in a $200,000 house or a $20,000 one. If the mayor belives that we will need to get more money from citizens during the next fiscal year, many of us on Council believe there must be a fairer way to do it, a way that does not fall so heavily on middle and lower income Houstonians. The proposal to charge admission to the zoo is one that we learned aboutonlywhen the budget was presented last week. Although I continue to study the proposal, lam strongly inclined not to support it. [n a time of increasing economic stress, there is a much greater need to provide people with inexpensive recreational opportuni­ties. We need to be doing MORE as a com­munity to help people through these difficult times, rather than making such recreation less accessible by imposing new fees or increasing old ones. As l understand the present proposal entrance for a family of five (two parents Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas and three children ages 12, 9 and 3)would cost $8.50. This is a lot of money to many of the people who use the zoo as asourC"eof recreation and relaxation. Making Tuei:;· day and Thursday free days does not help much, since most people have to work on weekdays. If the mayor thinks we need more money to run city government, then surely we find a better way o{ getting that money than by making it harder on the middle and lower income people who are already experiencing some of the toughest time we have seen in this city in many years. Dear Council Member Greanias: My letter which appeared in the Montrose Voice (April 25) talked about doing away with the Westhei­mer Arts Festival. Do we reaJly need this event? Are the violations that occur when it is held good for the citi­zens? Loran E. Doss Dear Loran: My own feeling is that the Festival is a valuable asset both to the Montrose com­munity and Houston at large. The Associ­ation has also donated a substantial portion of the Festival proceeds to improvements in Montrose, and also to different rommunity organizations such as the AIDS Foundation. Over the last four years or so, we in my office have worked closely with the Wes­theimer Colony Association to seek improvements in the Festival. In 1982, for the first time ever, Westheimer was closed to vehicular traffic on Saturday and Sun· day. This dramatically improved pedes­trian mobility and also reduced the chance that someone might be hit by a car. This past year, we worked with the Association on its decision to move the Festival to the Liberty Bank property. This allowed the Association to jury the exhibitors much more closely, which has in turn improved the quality of the arts and crafts available. In addition, we have worked with the Association on a continu­ing basis to make sure that adequate security is provided, and that the various vendors in accordance with city ordinan­ces. This is not to say the Festival has been problem free. But for the most part it has operated with increasing smoothness over the last four years, largely due to the hard work of the Colony A&;ociation. If you have specific suggestions as to how the Festival might be improved, please write or call me, or get in touch with the Colony Association directly. In Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voiie MAY 30. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 17 Gay Pride Week Concert is in 4 Weeks "This year's Gay Pride Week concert 1s going to be the best yet," said Andy Mills. coordinator of this year's event scheduled for June 28. The concert will also feature the Dallas Band and the MCCR Choir. "After completion of the GPW Concert the band wil1 be traveling to San Fran~ cisco to perform at the Gay Games II in San Francisco," said Mills. He also stated that any previous band members or new musicians who desire to participate come to the rehearsals to be held on Mondays at MCCR at 7:30 p.m The location for this year's concert had not been determined at presstime. Band Changes Rehearsal Spot The Montro~e Symphonic Band has changed its rehearsal location from the Dignity Center to Metropolitan Commun· ity Church of the Resurrection, 1919 Decatur. The rehearsals are now on Mon­day nights at 7:30 p.m. The band is also C'Urrently seek qualified individuals to audition for the conductor position. Anyone interested in trying out or wanting informationn on the band can call 527 .9454. The band always welcomes new members or old im~truments that people would like to donate. American Heart .\J Association ~ .:,..:.· • • •see the stars .. ••· · Take Advantage Now!! $1 off all movies! Walt Disney Titles 99¢ This ad may be discontinued at anytime. 2016 Montrose 529-5544 *YOUR* HANDYMAN Do 1t Yourself Counselrng All Phases of Construction Architect & Design Available Financing Available 529-9755 JOnROB CONSTRUCTION Re3sonable Rates Heferences on Re-:iuest Call Jon, Don't Get Robbed! e NO JOB TQO SMALL OJ; TOO L ARCE 18 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 The Far Side by Gary Larson u,..1~R>A1 I" r'-1 f('.ATE Beginning duck Places rMM>r to set your electric eel. R;5ht s.:le~On.- ~"""' ~ °"" t..; leffs;de!"""' "'40"' fi<c;o~ r,,.,,, ,;,~ \=~~= Cmon! /(eep those c~rebe//utns up!. . . _ o .... -r..., ~two-.. I (I' llfaln aerobics Dog threat lett8fs "Gee, It's good to see the old nest. _ Even that thing down lh8fe's getttn' to be a sight for sore eyes.• "Htt the bird , l1uth - he's stuck." Fortunes Aries Should be a Communicator By Mark Orion For Fr1day. May 30. through Thursday. June 5. 1986 ARIES The main lhing right now is committment. You have a real need to define the boundaries of a relationship Your partner will be pleased, so don't hold back on discussing this, and any important related matters TAURUS-The world of poss1billl1es beckons Life becomes kaleidoscopic and could be dizzying unless you have a firm idea of who you are. This question does keep popping up, doesn'l 11? Maybe there's more than one answer You'll need lo be a juggler of the mind GEMINI-Oh, you dreamer, you' Don't you just love your hopes and dreams and fantasies' It's a week for getting carried away by a whim or a beautiful temptation. It's a time for carefree fun and silliness CANCER ·A quiet time. A time for recollection, memory, being with your­self and enjoying it. There's no loneliness here, just a real need to focus on what you are and what you're up to. If you use this time wisely, you'll be your own reward LEO- -You may confuse yourself in June. You wlll want to dig in and settle down, but you will also want to do the opposite. Take off and fly away Don't be so hell-bent on being the same person all the time VIRGO-Love is strange-and that fas­cinates you No matter how fascinating, though, that thing you've got going on the side could start to feel like a thorn. Meanwhile, on the home front, you're able to verbalize your extracurricular act1v1ties -and be understood' LIBRA-It's going to be one of those months when you get exactly what you want, but not without some difficulty. The main problem in June will be your arg­mentiveness. You may feel like you have to pick everything apart before you understand 1t Let be what is, and make things easier for yourself. SCORPIO-If you get beyond what feels like the dull routine in your life, you can pick someone who's a fire sign (Anes. Leo, or Sagittarius) and have a wonderful, sexy time You'll be appre­ciated for your body and your mind SAGITTARIUS The need to reveal yourself is strong Since this is something not usually important to you, take advan­tage of lhe urge, and do it Show some other sides of yourself to the person you most trust. Revelation can be joyous CAPRICORN-You're playing with fire again, but in June. what could be more fun? Still, slightly dangerous. You're attracted to someone who·s an emotional power house. and you love 1t. Don't talk a bigger game than you can play, though . and expect the same. AQUARIUS ·Someone in pos1l1on of authority 1s getting hard to take. Bossy and cantankerous. 1t looks like they're up to no good. and 1t also looks like you have to hve with tt for now Learn to shut 1t off when you leave work, so that the night time stays the right time. PISCES -Sometimes. sex 1s just sex Sometimes. it's much more. There's an exchange of energy and an intensity of human understanding breaking through the barriers of consciousness • ltM TH[ l.l{lNTRO!IE \Ir-IC£ CHUTES 1732 Westhelmer COLT45 SLAVE AUCTION SAT., MAY 31st 6-10 PM Benefiting Montrose Counseling Center NEW MANAGEMENT WED.POOL TOURNAMENT THURS. STEAK NIGHT FRIDAY, JUNE 6 BANANA EATING CONTEST NEVER A COVER JUNE 13th-MEET THE CONTESTANTS COUSINS-IO PM VENTURE-N-12 PM MAY 30.' 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 19 t:he I!rlonderful 1fl'<lorld 112 North Ave "A" Humble, Texas 446-6688 €jj p!ets Rick Holman Ir Tony Montgomery Aquarium Specials 10 Gallon Tank-$6.99 20 Gallon Tank• Top--$39.95 29 Gallon Tank • Top--$49.95 30 Gallon Tank • Top--$59.95 55 Gallon Tank• Top--$99.95 "Bulbs not lnclud9cl Bird Special Baby Grey Cockattels-$19.95 White Cockattels-$39.95 JUNE 14th-LEATHER Power Filters on Sale- FASHION SHOW AT MARY'S T 1 al Fish JUNE 15th- rop c SOUTHWEST Umbrella Cockatoo-$299.95 DRUMMER CONTEST CHUTES-6 PM Blue Front Amazon-$299.95 JUNE 1a-14-t5 Red Lored Amazon-$299.95 IN~'ORMATION: arak ts Fin h D Lovebirds d 1732 WESTHEIMER p ee • c • oves, an Houston, TX 77098 More <713> 523.2213, 524-8747 Our Biggest Bird cage Sale Ever BEfJJA'Br.?ic1'A0 s ::~s '~"""~" 1a,;;.;; ..-.-.. "' "'as Off '---------------------- '----- ~i~~~'.: .... nr ....... i:.<M 779-4106 ----------' §AME DAY TYJPE~ §ETTER§ ,\ N J•:W I >J \ ' JS JON O J•' 'l' l I J•: :.10:\'"l'l-<OS J•: \'() J('J<: We'll typeset your Flyers, Menus, Business Cards, Letterheads, Resumes, Brochures, Forms, Ads­and hundreds of other items­the Same Day (Sometimes You Just Want It Right Now') Get 1t to us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we'll have 1t ready by Spm (size of the job permitting) SAME DAY RA TE - $60 per Hour OVERNIGHT RATE - $40 per Hour 3 DAY RA TE - $20 per Hour NO MINIMUM TIME LIMIT' If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes, you'll only be charged for 10 minutes) Sl •rvPES'1.'VI.ES •ro CHOOSE .FROM Pick Up and Delivery Available ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 Movie: '9 TO 5' TUESDAY, JUNE 3rd 10PM Customer Of The Week: Steve Wallace O.J. fiG)BG) Lary Thompson HOME OF EAGLE LEA THER 1022 Westhelmer 528-8851 20 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 ANNOUNCEMENTS SAFESEX J.O. CLUB-­Healthy, active. tut11111ngsex. one-to-one groups, phone. Texas and nationally Write· CKC. POB 330484. Coconut Grove Fla 33233 - SOCIETY OF J .0 .E. Safe sex erotic encounter group meets in Houston Membersh1psl1m1ted Attractive appearance required Read our ad under Personals 1n this 1s5ue -LEGAL NOTICES The Montrose Voice. a genera1 circulation newspaper having pubhshed cont•nu­ousty for 011er 5 years, is quaJ1!1ed to .:c:ep_I legat notices affecting tl'le news­papers C•rculatr-On area of Montrose CARS 7 8 GRAN TORINO Stat wag.Jn -$750 Cash 8111 O'Rourke 869-2298 1983 Red Chev;olet Chevene. •ow mites standard. plus accessories $2.700 00 Plut grey sofa & loveseat ike new Call 523-8907 COMMERCIAL OFFERINGS CLUB l.ARADON lo' 1 North -45. 928-6513 DWELLINGS, ROOMMATES, HOUSES/APT$. FOR SALE, RENT, LEASE 112 BR APARTMENTS Nostalgic almospli•e nexl to River Oaks 295 and 360 Specrals frvery day Call Neva 960-0923 !Hylton Realty) - FOR-SALE - Greenway/ Gallena Excep!fonally spa­CIOus, elegant condo 2-2-(2). den or bed­room 3 CuSlom designed. au amen1!1es Wt1hly Room W10. Pool Patio. Privacy Prime tocat1on Must see to appreciate S87 900 00. T elephQne 840--0194 GIANT PATIO & POOL Montroae area 2 bdrm apt tn sma1J, quiet all·aduh com~ex All GE appliances central AJC. tree heat, m1nt--blind$ plus a patio prObably larger than your cummt !~i;~;:~s~=~r~~,:~~n~ StratlOfd @ Taft 5~ 109 Montrose Bi11s paid, 2 BA 2 Bath Town­~ se SkyligMs. track I ghting 52Z.. Need 1 home? I need buyetS- James 952- 2607 Agent Montrose duplex 1 BA central A, H 118,000 or lease 300 • bills 721-7207 GwM. 40,seelil.s roommatetoshareluxur- 1ous townhouse Non-smoker. non boOZer. no drugs $250 • 113 ut1J1t1es 528- 7851 6-9pm MONTROSE TOWNHOUt E 2412 Whitney modern 2 BR 2 '1!1 bath. security. balcony Garage. t1rep1ace. sky· ights.. W1D $650 728-9274 VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Rent that house or apartment through a Moot rose Vo1ceCrass1f1ed Call 5~8490 And charge 1t en your Amencan Express. Diner's Club. Carle Blanche. MasterCard °' v ... EMPLOYMENT & JOBS WANTED Houseboy/Yardwork tor weekends. flexi­ble arrangements/ terms 579-0202 HAIRDRESSER WANTED~ To lease sta11on in small unusual salon across the street from Heaven. J A's. and ~g~i~~;'nJ~~~7oo a week Call - - PERFORMING ARTS Ticket ofltce personnel sought full!pa/'1 time EJccellent verbal skllls required Base pluscomm•s1on Call Mr Schwartz after 11am 526-5323 (MISC.) FOR SALE 30'• MAHOGANY DESK fur al Good cond1tion. large $450 652· 7652M·Th8am-1230pm Eves667-7794 Moving to Ca11forn1a1 Everything must go including furnishings for apartment and more 781-6969 Used ice machines for sale 643--0573 FOR YARD SALES See ads under Yard Sa1es· at the end of the Montrose ClasS1hed MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS ~r)t 01 M• 119e. In Ority 41 1-8400 ~~body rub by hot y 1oig ~n Joe522- MAKE MINE MASSAGE! Bill o·Aourke. MST otters 1n calls or non­professional classes at the Fitness ~~ea7~:·h~:t=~~8 ~~-a~1~1rour - I David- E T PERSONALS ROMANTIC G<-··xtL_k1ng GWM early JOa, non­smoker slim. keeps 1n shape around 6' 1ns1de Loop, c•ean-shaven. college­educated. diverse mterests. tired ol bars. 111to safe sex & romance Wants to meet same Please reply Bhnd Ad 291-W Clo V0tce GWM couple looking for trie<1dSh1p with other couples 463-1548 INTERESTED IN DATING1RELATIONSHIP? GWM 34 5·9" proleaS10na1 Interests include the arts. C1W dancing. movies quiet hmes Se-eking mature. stable man ~s~~b7~t~~:~:~:~~e~';i!~~~s~~~nt~~~ Box "292-P GWF_ 5·2· 110 lbs Proless1onat, loves fun. outdoors. sports muS1c. traveling seeking fnendsh1p_ po 1ble relatt0nsh1p ~WM. 23. l~~~n~ r:;~A~~Oo~GWMcom-pamon 18-22 for4wk trip Leaving 3rd wk 1n June going to Louisiana. Alabama Georgia & Florida All expenses paid tor right person Send letter! phOto to PO Box 432. Duson. Louisiana 70529 NOT THE AVERAGE Good looking protess1ona1 seeks non­bar- oriented partner for companionship rapport. and play En1oy bondage. spank­ing. video. movies Seeking sane men 30- 42 with wit and aggres51ve personahty NOT into leather. chches. Haltes mental­ity. pain or scripts. t seek a man unafraid to define what wlll develop given our sim­ilar interests Attracted to tall men. dark hair. dark complexion. Jewish Princess or Black lnsh I am 35. 5'9", 148, Sandy blond. blue eyes AU senous1nqu1tes ans­wered with phone/ photo Prefer Houston-Galveston area Bhnd Ad 292-A GwM gouple seek mg young b11gig w 'm ~~r9~~~~~~~0~1 h~~~C2~9 Box GwM. 22. 6'0" 165, Brn1BI IOOkmg !or GBM for lun & poss rela1tonsh1p or fnendsh1p Must be slim. clean & straight acting Also smcere & respot'\ltble All answered Bhnd Ad 292 WOMANLY RELATIONSHIP m 28. attractive. studPnt Reply to EC H P 0 Box 54746 He 1ston. TX 77052 LADY WANTED Professional GWM age 33 wants a good lookmg lady lor housemate and social conformity Beautiful home hv1ng al NO COST Excellent opportumty tor prolee­sionat career lady Send photo. mlo to P 0 Box 5353. Katy TX 77491 GHM. -21_-5·5·· 1001-bs OK BRIBA enJoys music. films. outdoors quiet evenmgs and romance Looking for20-25yr old tor possible re1a11onsh1p Blind Ad 292-H - IF YOU ARE HISPANIC And would 11ke to meet SOMEONE NEW TO TEXAS. I am GWM Btond.-Br 5·11 ~ ~:~e~.arll~:~g fur00i~f~~~110:~ Good times.· beach quiet dmners.. lazy mghts at home movies. friendship. pos51- ble relationship (etc Repty ad 289-P c/o Voice CL.ASSIPHONE Houston s new telephOne c1ass1f1ed ad service Place your persona1 ad FREE at 52fr4423 Let everyone hear your own Class1Ph0ne ad next week II 526-4669 Phone 526-4423 tor details & to place !'_OUT ad today Big Daddy seeks Bad Little Boy fo7 dom1- na11on & light d1sc1pline Wnte Box 701041, Houston. TX 77270 - ST. AGNES ALUMNI Am w1shmg to contact lesbians who attended St Agnes Academy in Houston lor informal get together and po111bleon­go1ng group Box ~M Clo Voice • BODYBUILDERS • Terry PhOto Studios will be 1n the HOt.Js· ton! Beaumont area July 17-20 We are IOOkmg tor goodl00k1ng muscleboys for ad and 'tl1deo work No nudes Terry Ph010. P 0 Box 31241 San Francisco, CA 94131 (415) 285-3838 WANTED GWF 2S-32 Prefer blond,bJue Profeasonal non-smoker drugs drink8f Will pay lor svrrogate mother Send ph010 w a note about yourself and number SetlOUI only Ad 292-T. c/o Voice J .0 .E. we-re theorgan1zat10n everyone is talking about and weu over a hundred have 1omed Yes, we know yoo really want to 101n us but you·re nervous- kind ol hke the first time you went into a gay bar Right? Yes. we ve had peopleadm•t they had lo s1l 1n their car tor 30 mmutes before get· ting the nerve to come 1n And wi:·ve cer­tainly had people who had 10 go gel plastered somewhere else before getting the ner'tle to JO•n UI Bot once they got here there were no complaints. But that's all not necessary JuSI be brave Tell yourself rmgo1ngtodo11 I'm going to 101n J 0 E Montrose Classified TheSocretyolJ 0 E ts a private organ· 1.Zallon which hosts a safe sex erotic encounter group three nrghts a week Admission is hm1ted to members To become a member, you must be reasona­bly auract1ve (net excesS1vely overwe1gh1 and not elderly). You must be a com· pletety out-of-the-closet adult gay male­sell ·conl1dent about your sexuahty At JO E , you'll !ind an erottc atmos phere. attractive gay men. and strictly Sale Sex-in only one form. which you should be able to guess from our 1m1ta1s We make Safe Sex erotic. tun. satisfying Wear a 1ockstrap. erotic leather. underwear-or fas most members doj nothing at all MEETINGS Friday Night beg1nmng 10pm (no admission alter 1am) Sunday Night_ begmnrng 8pm •no adm1sS1on alter 9pm) Monday Night begmn1ng 8pm (no adm1sS1on alter 9pmJ For the address and more mlorma!fonc1 520-0206 Memberstup lee IS S 1 Dues f)'!r v1s1t are $5 PHONE SEX Our service connects guys, 24 hrs. a day No models or scnpts Hot live act10n Call now (415) 34fr8747 CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Don t take those pictures ol your boy­friend fo the drug store Bnng them lo Henry's 1-Hour Pholo. 428 Westhe1mer lor conhdent1a1 photo developing and ~~~~~?u1 ~~nt~rom~!ec1:~~-a~~1~~!r;~? possible Ou A POLICY on Sexually-Exphc1t Aciver- 1t11ng The Montrose Voice does not beheve that humans engaging in consent­ng sexual acts with one another Is immoral Our readers are encouraged to advertise here to seell relat1onsh1ps. encounters. adventures. etc All adverl•s· 1ng should. however. not contain l&n· ~eu~;that would offend an unsuspecting A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Frederick Brandl can show you how to have ac1rve fun or play passive games with the personal ads In thetr book. ··c1ass1hed Affairs." they'll tell you how to write an ad that really stands out. what to expect when you place or respond lo an ad. and even what all those funny little abbreviations mean. Send $8 to ''ClasS1hed A flairs ... Alyson Pub. Dept P-5. 40 Plympton. St . Boston. MA 02118 (Also included will be a coupon tor S5 off on your next Personals in your f:~~~~',:! ~i1~bl1cat1ons. 1nclud1ng PLAY SAFE Safe sex is tun. ero11e Play safe. tor your sake. for your partners sake TRAVEL SAN FRANCISCO Bed- Break last Private Res1dence5 Details BayHosts. 1155 Bosworth. 94131 415-334-7262 YARD & GARAGE SALES HAYING A YARD SALE? Announce 1t here then stand back tor the crowd Cal 529-8490orvrs1t theVatce at 408 Avond< t< pl :e your yard sale announcement 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) ,,,0 t >ti AMBULANCE, 911 1tyH II 'U.'2 11 O ·ti t •c or 5'29- '211 FIRE, 911 •Y p 111 al Clucus. !>'21· 1000 0•1 & lrtblan s .... 11ctiboard 529-1211 Law;er ... •d9 Of !>2g..]211 Mon rote• r. "'°i--1>~1 M•)nl•ote ?ulllf•I "Q Cir 529-0037 MONTROSE VC CE ln-11 .. 90 POLICE , 111 1Lo .... .-W01Stt1•11T1e•Po eCommun yr.tr s~ 'UOO, "'a.1u t119d699-J0000tY•ll.:•*1: - 1111 , e t•"P w••ltlt'f ..... )'1 Votl'r r90istt1lf0ft "74-1919 eJl~'O Montrose Voice Classified Advertising :.~, ~ ;~~~~·"g~".":~~ ~·~:::,~;:~~nj,·,:~ho.~-:,~':),:,' '~::s:o~' For f9f11Jl1r d• .p11y 1d~1r11smg THE HEADLINES: Headline words in bold type, centered, are $1 each word {minimum $3 per hne) (Centered botd headlines can also appear within the text or at the end of the ad, and arealsoSl per word. with a minimum of $3 per line.) THE TEXT: Each word in regular type 1s 40C (Additional regular words 1n 'ALL CAPS" or Bold Words not in all caps are 55¢ each Add1t1onat BOLO WORDS 1n all caps are 70¢ each_) EXAMPLES: THIS HEADLINE $3.00 Then each add1t1ona1 word hke this 4()¢ THESE TWO LINES HERE TOTAL $6.00 Then each add1llonal word like this 40¢ THESE THREE LINES ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CENTERED, BOLO, $9.00 Then each add1t1onal word l1keth1s is 4()¢ ADDITIONAL CAPITAL WORDS LIKE THIS IN TEXT ARE 55~ EACH Addftlon•I bold words like th .. In !ext ue 55e Heh. ADDITIONAL BOLO, ALL CAPS, WORDS LIKE THIS IN THE TEXT ARE 70C EACH. LONG TERM ADVERTISING: Aun the same ad 4 weeks or longer, make no copy changes during the run. pay for the full run 1n advance. and deduct 15% Aun the same ad 13 weeks or longer under the same cond1t1ons and deduct 25%. BLIND AD NUMBERS: Want secrecy? Ask for a Bhnd Ad Number We'll f~;~du~n!11a~~r'gf7:c'!:~~1:~~ssfgrire:a1gt7~~~~~~~ ~ci~ubts~~·!~~~~~e~a~ifr1~ lorwarded mdefmitely. however, for as long as they come m.) ORDERING YOUR AD: You may mail your ad in or phone 1t m. 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 in the following week'" newspaper ANSWERING A BLIND AD: Address your envelope to the Blind Ad number Clo Montrose Voice. 408 Avondale. Houston. TX 77006-3028. It will be for· warded. unopened. to the advertiser Enclose no money ADDITIONAL NOTES: A "word" 1s considered anything separated by •spa· ces. except hyphenated words are considered 2 words when each segment 1s a recognized word if it stood on its own A complete phone number, including area code. ts 1 word. City, state and zip 1s 3 words bold line bold line text words bold llne Use add1t1onaf paper if necessary CATEGORIES DAnnouncements D Accomodalions (locl~ing for Houston visitors) O Cars & Bikes 'Ei ~~~~~~:~t f~~~~ ~a~i~~nos,~~~~~;ns~r: O Models, Escorts. Masseurs D Personals 0 Pets o Aides o Travel O Yard & Garage Sales PLACE MY SERVICE-ORIENTED AD UNDER _ . . _ IN THE 'GREATER MONTRosg~~~~lf~ tAi~OPPING DIRECTORY," bold headline words at $1 each (minimum $3 per line) regular words in text at 40¢ each ALL CAPS regular words 1n text at 55¢ each Bold words In text at 55e each BOLO ALL CAPS in text at 70C: each Bhnd ad number assigned for $3? Complote issue of newspaper with my ad m 1t mailed to me. $125? TOTAL FOR 1 WEEK: Times weeks: Less 15~ discount for 4 to 12 weeks or 25% discount for 13 weeks or more equals COST OF AD(S) o Also. 1 wish to receive The Voice home delivered each week I have enclosed (or will be billed or charged. as ind1cated below) an additional O $29 for 6 months or O $49 for 1 year TOTAL ENCLOSED or to be billed or charged METHOD OF PAYMENT 0 Check enclosed D Money order enclosed o Cash o VISA charge D MasterCard charge 0 Diners Club charge O Carte Blanche charge D Amerc1•n Express charge O Bill me If charging, card expiration date Crecht card number Signature Name Address Phone(s) tor venflcation of ad. 1f necessary ~~~~r~s': ~~t1c~~ 46~ Avondale. Houston. TX 77006-3028 OR PHONE (713) 529-8490 weekdays 10am-5 30pm MAY 30. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 21 MONTROSE RESOURCES 00000000 ~s--:-p;o-866414 77266 s2&-60n AIDS Foundabon. 3317 Mo01fOH Boie ~ 17r:JOf,, 524-2'37 An A C.pert• Chof~---ChUrch oi Cnro11. Pee 6673' 77266_ 528-1852 ~!he Sun. 522-7695 ~WGr•v.~Ts25 AIDS Hothne, 529-3211 iG&l Swotchboa1d) Amer1can-GeY'Attle.iis:-PoB 66f1U7266. 521- 9255 AS1~.ZSOC •• 1y torlneDei1.S20-01a2 (TTY) ~sn.-POe-~. 1"1?66 meets 7 30pm 2nd Thurs. Wornf'n·1 Chnlt1an Ctr. 310 Paci he ~~~3~omYn·s M.g'ai':0.:--&130 SW fwy •335 8.ayo!J-B'i~S.Og'&r!;_ Robert Moon-d•r. 209Stral lord 868-3084 Ber1f'O Memon11 Un•ted Met'Kld1s1-Ch~fctt 1•..:0 ~=k~~k1~~!:f.~~'~:~:J!118 ~~; PnM Week pet show Apm Jun 28 Choices Ur1i;;.;il9o----S29=3211 (G&LS*•tehbolrd1 Ctifosl~Ct.Urtll 01 the-Gooo S~erd 1707 MOOlroM svc lpm Sun B•Dle study 1 30pm Tho~ 1Mon1rOM)Church Of-chiist. 1207 Moiti""iose 52•-9281 SVCS 2 3Qpm & n Churctt or ettils1;;nf.;rtoi -,-8'QW9t1neu,..., 529-8005 sva 10 •~m Sun Bible study 7 30pm. Wed. Rf'\> Chns A Rice. pastor Church of thi. AOck SS0:-8456SvCs SU"10301m C.1;z.ns10r'Hurft1n Equli••Y iCHET POBlOAS. 77253. 680-3346. 937-3516 meet 2nd Tues. 241• Gra~rey C11PPe1'1~2-6s02 co.1·-..s·s:-o.-rrirfBU119r PIH. meets-II er-.roi Rover Bottom. 2•00 Brazos. 628-9192 roller1k1I· 1ng Carousel Rmk 0111~10 3rd Tue eomrft1!tfftOr Pub1IC Hn11h-A;;,9nn..- ·POB 3045. 77253. 528-6333 522-508• "Sh1r1ng Group !or the Wol'fled weir meet Ft1. 7·8Pm MO!'ICrose CounH11ng Ctr m,~i ~'.t~cj~5f~'t;J;mrfi111M- -tC-eo~. 1YtfOlpe1C tr3207MO"ntr-OM. 521. 0511 Svcs 11em Sun. 7 30pm Thun; co;;g·,;oai;~yiz ctuiY.-~1i1. &a&-"5J7 -a 2nd & ""' Fn HOlld1y 1nn D1uu Room. Ma..., & Blodge11 ~:r:.H~M..:,112~_\:r~'c:ie~"d•Wef'k c;:;-.. sH011m. 228·1!ii05' -- Demo eo,;:,m.nee 01 GPC, 526-IU4- ~ludy Graup--A{ii Avond11e: S°2A·9~ i);in.Fo~ai~00Muon. 524.5791- - ~tg;.;'t,;,1rM::i;/~~::-;:2J:J;:':,. t~~ pies Hou. Gay & lesbian H11p.an1a Un1dos. Gay Fethe!'1. Gay Molhe!'1. Hou Gey Pride Week Comm•tlee. Moritrose Act1vily Cir. Hou women·1 Softball! Leegue gf~f'j;ffu64'8~~:1 ~=1)a~l~~lff· 529- ESc5PSPF1v11e PrOleUion81SOC.elC:lu-b. 98"1· 9876 Federat;on o!Ct11r1t1.-Unoted lor Soc:oe1-Servt. en !FOCUSSJ 101nt h1ndr1,.mg arm ol G&L S*•lchbo.lrd. AIOS foundat•Ol"I, Montrose Clinic Montrose COUnsebf'O Ctr 1stUnt11nanChw"Chs21ofin,..,;.,-526.1571 svc 11 ISlmSun FrOn!n.o,..;;t.l"I Jee ~11 or Salvidor SN. 1288 n.ons9em Sun. 6 30pm Tues & Tr1ura. lrom Memor11l Perk Tennt1 Ctr. Gay Pride W~k -'POf'I• oay Jun 21 Gay & Ar.~a -Snenng Ex01~1aASE).521- 1311 !>28-0l91 G1Y& lnb;;;n Arcfir.... ol ~ e!l111at& 0111H Inc GiY"&-·i.ntuan M<.,mot11. 1113 wft.the•mer afit'.MO. 77098. 568--1'13 Giy &LMbian St~ Aun et uOtH----:- Bo•-314 4800 Calhoun 529-3211 !G&L S*•lcl1board) G1V&L•bi•n S*11dlt>O;fd POB 6659177266 529-3211 1ntorm11ton. coutlMl•ng. relerr11s TTY. AIDS HOll1"41_ sponsor Parting G11nces· Green.,..1y 3 Theater Ju,., 18 Qly-As11n.--&,:;;-e,,<JS-185-:J633O r-G&L S*•tch· board ,G.i,y. .F...1,h er1: 3217 Fanri1n. s2&-0111. 211-1161 G&L H1sp1n1C1 Un•Oos.-P08&00921. 77260. 521 '6-41 meets730pm2ndMon.D•Q"'1yCtr_ -e.,~ Hou 1986' Gay Po-Ide W~k event Jun 27. Astro Vtll9peHotel .:Uy Mott\:en ..,eets 01Qll•tv Ctr Q;y N<Jrset A!l11nee 880 ~89 Gir Peoote in Chr111ten Science Bo.-61 J 8*. 1111e 77A(J1, ~26'2 Gey POI ~I _aucus ft Pct -POB 6066A 77266 521-1000 rffoces900Lovett•l01 mHUHohdly mn Soutll Mlln II Bloget1 Isl & 3rd Wed Mmn­onar Day p.c:nk: Cherrytiursl Pan M•y 26. Democratic Party primary elecl•OO Nntill Jun 1 Gay Pride .,...,... commuruty 1w.vds d1MOf Jun ,2.1. , G,...ay Pnde v..,.k Parade & Spotts Park Rally ~~ ~~::~:C,Ws~f:.':11~t~~e=~ ee&-6256 publlC meeting JUI'! 1 Apm Dignify Ctr pe••dl comm11tft meetings Jun 1. Jun 26 &llftf 4pm publ.C meet•ng D1gn1ly Ctr G•y Pnde W~ Jun 119-29 G&l Sw•lchbaerd 1ponsor1 Parting G .. noH Greef1way 3 CiMma Jun 18 commemot"ahon of rard on Mary's Jun 20 Sppns ~;~ 2~u~:1i ,~'Jn.~~~~·~J ~';:~r, ~~2~ Montrt>te Art Alharu:e e•h1b•1 7 ~-I !pm Jun 23 Th9 Group ••ve 1toie1ter presan11t10fl Jun :>A_ T• Gay A<>Oeo Assn even! Jun 25. Der ol Rem.f'm· be-r11"1Ce J11n 29. Gay & LHbian H1span1cs Uni dos ·'Ba•le Hou 198e Astro IJ•hage Hot., Jun 27 GPC communny aw1rd1 dinner Jun 27 B&rmg Ctoiureh parw;ak• ()re.tklasl 111in-3pm & pet lho* Apm Jun 28. GrNTt1r ~Ol'11•018 Bu11neu Guol(! Duatnea building *O'kshop & trade le1r 9 lOatn-:S 30pm Ali.,-o Park Inn .tun 28. MootrOM Syinphon~ BW\4 corteert Jun 28 L.f*., Wett ~~p~~~i?; J:r-:.: 5 )()pm un 29 GPC Greater MQflttOH &IHle'Ss Guild Pt.rflll Frye r,,~- ~~ g'ac~~r!tlh.~~~~ Pl'le•d t!OardrneetitoQ2ndor3tGTl'turs buaineu ~:~,:~";::a trede t1•r 9 ntm-3 JOprn 'The Group· thfflet' workshop Joe Watts 522- 2204 ~s 7pm Thu~. Dignity Ctr. 3217 Fin· nm G1y Pf>de Weell presenla1•on Jun 2A Harelw1tCtoi ProductlOf'IS POB 66242. 77266 .... b1e,., concer1s ev9r'llS. lrw ma•llf'O · 1t Homoptule lnterla1th Alhlr'ICe, 729 Me"'<)r_ °523- 6969 Hou-ArH G&L fng1neers & $C;n111ta. POe 66631. 77006. •39-1879 meets 7pm ''"'Tues Hou Ba; Owne!'1 Assn <HOB01.-C/Oer11MR;;., Bottom. 2400 BrllOI. 528-9192 ~IS 2pm 3rd Wod Hoo·comm~mty Clo*ns 862-831• Hou Council ol Clubs. ~ HCM'J01-tlPfOiess1onats. 523.fi22 66A--6A59 mMll 1 30pm 2nd Tues Hou f11giO~ps- David w11ker pres. 952- 27761tter Eipm HOO G•y Heitth i.dv0Cat9s Steve Bui10n 790- 9u9 meets 7 30pm 1st Sat Hou G1y SNdenll Assn7'7-3098 HOU lnie;.f,,t>l A.1111,_ - COn1Kithrough in1• gflty,Hou H~ MoiOt-cycle Club. c.-o M11ry·s 1022 West?le1- -.,._..., Hou North Pfolfts-;-Ottlis POB 39Ao Humble 77347. Bdl at 821· 7126 ~t 7 30pm 2tl(f Sat Hex, Ou1!JOot GiOUPrHOG1-5113641 or Jim 880-31" roller ska!ong w t"i Cott ASs C.rousrl Rink 011 f.10. 3rd Tue Houston Tennl,;C1Vb:"A.ch'52".i:i151ot•y10am- 1pm $\Ill & 7 lO-Spm Tl'lul'I HomerfordTenno1 C1' HOO'-i'9l T;mos Cl~~.d926="7171 ptay 1030am-130pm Sun. 7 30-9Pm Wed. Homer Ford Tenn11 Ctr (Mu.TU Al fENN-1S-.;.e-;ts6tt1-a.mual··UsGi). Open·- N1t10f'l1I Tennis Tournament May 2A·26, Sen Frer'ICISCO. Gay Pride Weell sports day Jun ~1) l·H Int, POB 16041. 77222. 694-173~ 1lh!o1ted groups ere Interact B u1m<>1 A Place '" 11\e Sun_ Montrose Art A Hoa nee. G&L Arctoi1vn ol T•. G&L S*'tchboard. MOl'lrOM Symptlooic Bend. board meet 7 30pm lSt Thur11va•..Oloce­t10nS). edUC1lt0n1l lorum 1 JOpm 3rd Thurs Ingersoll Spea,kers· Bureeu POB 3111. BeU1!fe 77-«ll, 669-4()6.1 lntegrity'Hou (Ep•scop1111n)- POB iiooe 77266_ 52A-1'8t "'4etl 7 30pm 2nd & Alli MCJl'I Autry~- 62155 Ma'" -r;;1;;K1-1over :.W-vrOOp) PCB i&D41:'"17222.6M- ~"~"~ ~·t2Ii~=:~z:2.~!~~~~ Church JOEmffti Mond*Y17Pm-1am KPFT R1d10. FM-90. A 19 Loveit -Blvd~ 526·AOOO BrHkthrough·· lestnen·llm(•'nsl pgm Fri 8 1S- 11em. Wride n St•n· gay pgm Thur• 7 J0- 900pm KSIAtOS Foundat10n former n1mi Of-l.105 Found1hon ~8f_T'Y -~~Umin C.ncar fund ~~8~ 106 - Krew-e of Hydra. 811 Graceland. Boll MM clef 7~ 1032 Lug~ 01-WOtn.n votel"I 3400 MOrltroae •22i 529-3171 Les~ln Couples Montrose Counse11rig Ctr ~r_oup Lfft);f.rvG•y Reeource Svc Umvers1ty of Hou A800 Calhoun 00• 309. 7700C 7A9-1253 meetl 'l 30pm 1rt"1n1te Tues SptM\elop Room. 2"1:1 floor Un•vers•lyClr Lei us E.n1.,.11t1 You Wet>l<!lf\d-~ ot Hou Councu 01 Clubs 526-8054 Lile Ts.sue; M011t•ose CouflMf•ng Ctr g Th. L•t11e Ch,neh. 2i2F~. 522-7815 l¥CS 230pmS..., L•vmg W11efC~reh 271=6472rs-1opm) •~cs 6Pm &>ti Hol>dey nn M11n & Blodg.n Rev Jeenna Leggett li>fi'9 Stir N~d111GrcXi-p.-PQ8740sT2 .7i2h lo*er Wn1t;;;"",n.; Po1 ee Sut>--Stat•on. aoi Wellwumer. 529-31()0 'Li:iherans COticemed ITIMll 11 Gr1celuther1,., Church. 2515 W111gh. 931-06'8 meet 3rd Tues ...,en'ngs McAdory HOO°W c10 AIOSF0undl!•.)fl, 3317 Montrose Bo.- 1155. 52A·2•37 tf&1~g~~~~;~~~a~"l .. ~~~? meets b1·*Wkly M-t>lropolit1,., CO,,.,mun-,fy chu,ci'I ;i tl'\e Riiaur, reettOn •MCCR) 1919 Decatur 861-91Ag po; \ICk dtl'I,,., 1 ~ 'st S•t monthly IYQ 10ASam & 7 15pm Sun & 7 15prn Wed mamber ship '"QUlf'81'1 class 1 30pm VM educelion ~~~"":..~Wedeves_n111ona.1preyervog llor Me~rlan -Pentecos111 Churct1 ~280 ..-es 2pm s.,,., S.1ng Aet>v1r;es Bldg M.Aberry et Hllwlhome iHot.1 MetropoMan W,Nj E~ 5n-96 w Meets St Stephens Epi~ Chi.If( h 710 Yvf!d Mon!•ne Aet•v•ty Cti c.o Oagnlly Ct• Morit•ose Art Ani1rlce.-ee4~J2-t!t.e-aJ1• 8eQ-. 51.l2 1fl1llaT<1t H Inc tnem2ndMr>n.:Gh P1 Wf'(!k ••htb1t 7 ]().llpm Jun 23 MQl'ttr~BUl!OeSIGuitd se-eGreater~ooln Bus Gu Id MQl'ttrose C•vie C•ub '"'Nt!Ar!( wn A~ MontrOMClink: 803-Hawthome.'>2&-Mll Mon T~ ThtJ!'1 6-9pm ~:;:.r~~.·~~''b,~~~9'f!:.~! meet 7• Montr<>NI CounMhng Cir. iOO LOYrH •203 i2g.. 0037 AIDS V•Ct1m support group 6 lOpm Mon Wome,.,·1 Support Group 7prn Tues lole ssues 5 JOoin Wld LHbian Couples &pm Mon MQf'll!OH Singers gay,.,.,.,,. ctto.us. Mike 526- 3810 .M.o.t rose NEt!Qhbomood ~warnns Group ~ Monlrose SoiltMill Lngue POBWl 'h !S<'A 31" Ifft.On P'l)I ev.,.,. Sun tl'lni Jul 13 1e~.-.01 May 25 .Nn 29. Jul 61 l••~ollflee Field. w 10th 011 N Shepherd, Gey Pride w.- sporrs O•v Jun 21 All-Star Games Dallas.""" 21 nen­tat1v$) playolls "ul 19-27 Gay SottlMI W<>rtd Senn x N- YO<k City Aug 24·30 Mont•c 5p.1rtsAUn1MSA1 seespec JC Sub gM-.Jp Gay Pfw:te Weetc sports clay Jun 21 ~ontr'OH Symononic Band POB 66613. 77266 527-~SA tnMI 7 30pm Tues 0.gnity Ctr. 3217 ,F.e,n,r,u,.n 1tt 1te' H Inc GlyPnoe Wee« concert MORE:S2iMoRE.5~1.iCot1o11Sm01.itp•· l•enl l•eatment pgm prOJec:I Montrose Counsel· ,,.,g Ct• Mothe;; Gr'oup-969-55oz-583-8926 meets 7 30pm 15! & 3rd Tue. Dtgfllly Cit Msi..Mon N-;g-hi80 ..... ~g.-p11y Stad1um-L1nes 8200 Braesm11n Steve 692·•597 Gay Pr1M Week1port1cleyJ1.Jn21 ~~~h~~9~f,~-,;:.;~p9~J~:';t:,;:: 82008rM6ma'n GeyPr>OeWeeksportsdayJun " MsAPoo1181 1arc1111-ugue "Oebboe SCott 91,3. 13$8 or Oennts L.otG (F.fi(M7S2 Gey Pr.Cle Wee« si>orl5 Oly Jun 21 MSA. VOi~ ,- M••k 522-1'69 oames 7pm Tues Gregory·Unco•n 9C:hoo: •101 Teft. Gay Pnae Week ~s day Jun 21 Montrose "'•tt:h Sl.lbgtOUf' N'•rtown Assn Nai Aun lPSb:an & Gay Alcoho.,sm Proteuion .!llS 1NALGAP) T9•H ~p1er Ran Cov-ey 921· 3132 meets 'pm 2nd $a1 "°1Wose Counseling Center ,,;,;.a.t. oNI ihy"H Nii'n Eaucat.JOn F-ouM•t an S23- ::,~n~f~1~:~\/cro~°'.':2i~~~~·· Ne1rtciwn Assn M-Ol'ltroM-~•C Ctub lA13 Wellf'letmer '""'7pm A!h Tues NeartQwn eu;;;;.,-All.!lnc-e.· sz9.70io mttts 7pcn ~ WICI. Liberty Bank 1001 Westhe•mer N('..;r:reedotn Chrislii.n-Ctoiurdi 929 Yale 863- 8377 svct 10.m Sun O~eruters Anc:inymOUS. Cio-Moiltr~~ 1- rog Ctr. 900 Lovett Peggy el S26-A015 mer!$ (lpm Sun. Mon1ros .. Counsehng Ctr. & 8pm Wed Blnng Church UAO t-lll'Old p-a,.:;;1;·& fr>erodl ol Lestual'lt &Gi~-1P1.en11 FLAG)_ '6A-6663 meets 2pm 3rd Sun_ Preshr t.,11.n Ctr A1 Oakcllle Pa .... p;()p..,. cto N .. .-r10...;n eomtnuMy Fire­house 7'1-252• Paz y Lib.racion·POB600063~77260 862-1476 p;;.'dionts~ci..b ,.-p;u.;,IGPCI PCB 8MAA112MJ523-fl02A Aec;Nhl)l,a,l."andfl#td-:::OmmmMAe-~;;e. ~ ~-~1iltfte-S-.-m1•0P.a-i--;c~ 9'27 CkJb negM Tnul'1 Aie.Urt1vG1y'lm---;;nSupportGroup 5&321, (G&L S*•td'l~rcn R01n110 CN.p;l 1A09 sUi ROSI 52•·9839 SIU.nt1 OT r.- c:ounSei.l-iglor kia-1tirff1en1ng llt~. 522·50'4 $0ci;lyl~S.f- 1Tr1-Ess)- Gull Coast Tr1n1VH!rle Cheptm POB 90335. 77090 SOC-ierv-lo;--\he PrOll'\O-----i;onor AmuO!'I s.oo­Muoch• srn (SPASM• POB 70996 17270 G&L Sw•tchboa•d $2'9-321 s;..nd.OC~ Cf;tiieCO soc:a1 ciub c.Oihe B-&rn 110Pac•'•c.S21-9'27 r .. Gly Rodeo Aun 1TGRA1 ""HOu Ch1pter Draw~ , ,94 POB e6973 77006. 52&-5001 Gay Pnoe Wee1r. evenl Jun 2S -f.- Human R1gttts Foundation 900" Lovei1 •206 T.-FWer., C, 0 R~714-F11..,,ew °52,727il 'NWB Bowhng M'f'1 723-1455 bowts -7;JC)prn s.,., Post Q.lk ao-.11ng unes Gav Prode Week sport• Gay Jyn2' ~~i:~Z.~1n~eWee1tComnuttee Gav Weslay•n I ell<>"' stup 86A-e99 Westri.rner co1_oftyAi11 Assn 1001 .,...es,-hetmer •163, S21-0133 Wl'\111 Ev-.-H'api)ened -lo -Sat,y Janl" M •<td :w:"•7 ,;:,vr-nura.~.::!'Le~~:: aports dl:y JI.In 21 WomfN'l·s &~-L.;g;;e:--o.bbte VJ-.1358 5pm Sun Stl4wm Lenn 8200 Braesmem Gay Pnoe Week sports Olly Ju,., 2' W<lrnen's Lobbv A1i..:..r.c.. •Che!Me 521:0..-39 Women'• 501ib.n LM°Que - 64JTP;r>esn1de 7700IS.. Cathy or C.ro1yn ~5& games Sun :!::rui~~~ Ga~i:':e ~: .~~ ~3;'1J us~ 21 AQ Sier Gamet. 0.flls. Jun 21 (tf'nt1we1 Women·s Wond Sertes L1borCl1ywaek8"1d Nt'* Haven Cl w "'Y" pace .eJJJ Norio ~1.> BAYTOWN Ba)'lawri lambda Gf'oup •2"- 378 71()pm Odd Fri COll/Rl)f Conroe Area L~ C...1 M ,'($, 344-fi.A"O Conroe Ara Lesbians Kathy at !'°9 756-ll069 '""1 llpm ~ & Alfi Fn C.ALVES'TO,,. L:_amb<h Ale.OnOf!CS o\f'lonvno".11 763--14C1 ~=~J~"~"'~~ cf Galvesron ADS BY THE INCH In add1t1on to our regu1ar classified rates of paying ··by the word. you can purchase space here "by the inch." When buying by !he mch. you can include special art. logos or fancy typestyles REGULAR RATE 1" $34 2" $44 3· $54 4 WEEK RATE 1" $29 2• S39 3' $49 13 WEEK RATE 1" $24 2 $34 3· $44 26 WEEK RATE 1· $19 2 $29 3·· $39 22 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30. 1986 Greater Montrose Service and Shopping Directory ToOO..,.... ADVERTISING PROVIDING A SERVICE? Keep it 1 • .s1ed nere .n the Montrose Vo• :e wl'lere 1terally thousands turn each wet• VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Advertise your proless1ona1 serv1 :e through a Vo1cec1ass11ted Call 529-84~ Pay by check or Charge •t ;n yOur American Ellpress. Diner's Cr 1b MasterCard Visa or Can Blar1 AUTO SALES. LEASING Also see Cars & B•kes m Montr')se Ctassihed' page ANTIQUES j-Ste;h;.;;-& V;;;c-; "l Antique Shop- I I Resale Shop I I 20% off u ·ith this Ad! A~• I.II~ '.1 SI CPleCU 1aylwavs I I 415 Heights Blvd. '- ~6!,!1!;'::_ '!::.'!::·..~ ~~ :.:. J ART REPRODUCTION QUALITY ART REPRODUCTION C'.oob Pno10Pi nt 528-7521 ATTORNEYS WEANER A. VOIGT JR 1212 Smith·~ J2. 'S27-8~ • . AUTO REPAIR TAFT AUTOMOTIVE 1411 Tan 522-2190 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE AUTO REPAIR & BODY SHOP 2001 t1arckl 526-1940 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE NEARTOWN KARZ 1901 hfl 524--8601 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE AUTO REPAIR & BODY SHOP 2001 Harold 522-5~ 52F- uw0 MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed 2516 Genesee (101 Pacific) 526-3723 Coroo1 1ohst Elect :01 Repairs All Brake WOik River Oaks Auto Repair 2307 Morgan 527-8810 •State Inspection • Forei!Jn & Domestic •Brakes• Tune-Up • A 1C • Bectric •Front End Alignments FREE TOWING ON ALL REPAIRS Arridl'nl RPpa1r .'if)f•c1alist Franw Mach1n1• /,ead \fork Frre Fst1matr.'< BRITISH AUTO BODY REPAIR 2001 H ar old 526-1940 BAR SUPPLIES. ..:e ma<.. 1N le a. $~ ~1 r month up 64: -057' BARBER SHOPS. HAIR SALONS 01 __ B.trber jfyl ig t r1,;uls $6 & up ~ l2 W 1 ltt at Vi11e Appt 863-1520 TOMMY·s BARBER SHOP 21~ Portsmouth 526-8216 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE Tommy·• Barber Shop Ha•r cuts $1000 Hank Wierzba 1s now here also For into 528-8216 CONSTRUCTION/ CONTRACTING HSK CONTRACTING I~ 9(164 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE DENTISTS Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westheimer HoU!!.t<>n TX 77tl06 Monday thru Saturday Ho1.;rs by Appointment (713) 524-0538 FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOUTHWEST FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1218 Welch •,2&-380: 1 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN 'HE MONTRO~E vo1r.E INSTRUCTIONS F' )fes I t!Jll• tul4 ,~ serv1ce­lutoring . .ev1, jf (Ir:: umv grammar compost! >n ESL Ed ting , ~~:_'~~ 1echnical writing resumes LAWN CARE BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS 523-LAWN SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MEDICAL CARE STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M D 2801 Ella Blvd "'le G. 868-4~ SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE IMMUNO-THERAPY CLINIC 704 Med1ca1 Towers. 795-0098 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MDVI NG MOVING? T.S.T. & CO. Mover ]71: 981-5: 7 PEST CONTROL RES UL TS PEST CONTROL & SANITATION 223-4000 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD W THE MONTROSE VOICE PETS TOMS PRETTY FISH 224 We.1t11•1mer 520-6443 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE - Al l ' Prinlmg dnd dE'lleloping en1argemen1s. umbO pr.nu. Mm Kodak paper 261~ Waugh Or 520-1010. HENRY·s l HOUR PHOTO 428' Westheimer 529--0869 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PIANO TUNING PIANO TUNING And related repair., $! )fl w•lh lh1s ad' Oav•d Fawcett 529-9554 PLANTS PLANTS & ACCESSORIES 1759 Richmond. 526-30~ SEE OUR DISPLAY AD W THE MONTROSE VOICE PLUMBING CERTIFIED PLUMBING - -- 14f SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PRINTING SPEEOY PAINTING 5400 Bellaire Blvd. 667-7417 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE SPAS. POOLS SPA-TO·GO S 116 ;w Fr way ?72·R646 ;EE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PSYCHICS r--------, I MRS. TEMPLE I I :\rnmc.rn Psy.·~1.· C.u.I I~ I I PJ/m R.·.dmqs I Tells Past. Present. Future I Helps solve problems of I I Love71a;~;~s_sj;;n;nce I I 1661 Gessner Rd. . I I ~~ H~~:~nN T~f~~~go~<!J, [_ ::~~;~s:_i~:. ~ TIRES "• "'.... 529-1414 ~ TME 111lf rLACE ALL BRANDS' 1307 Fairview 3 B1k5 Wesl ol Montrose TRAVEL WORLD TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL I w. '"', Shepherd. 526-5151 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE TYPESETTING SAME DAY TYPESETTERS 408 Avondale. 529-849(. SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VIDEO MAD VIDEO 3939 Montrose. 521-0706 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE YI OE OSCO PE 2016 Montrose 'j.:9-5544 SEE DUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE YIOEOTREND 1401 Cal1lorn1a. 52~ 1)6~ SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THf MONTROSE VOICE 479-0771 .nger~. • Dancers Mw.1c1an!, • Actors • Etc Personalized Tapes YACHTS THE CAROL K ·6419 of Talents SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE By the staff of the Montrose Voice Many items appear m Soap out of commercial consideration -D-Encore Update: Over $60,000.00 was raised at the "You're The News" party Sunday night at Numbers. A wonderful "gay old time" at Numbers. and superb music by DJ Jimmy Spalding o- Paul C. (dba Mortisha): Did someone misin­terpret the 3 P's Party to mean punch, pH~ rage and poke? That"s quite a shiner-it almost makes you look butcht Incidentally, the 3 P"s Party was a super-success and Mary's was festive all through the night -IJ The candlelight vigil was a wonderful ·cele· bratron of Life." A JOb well done by the '"It"s Okay'' group -o How sad to hear of the Sunday am fire last weekend at Michaels. But, you can't keep a good thing down and watch for the return of Michaels from the ashes very soon Montrose Soap Congratulations to The 611 softball team on winning the Cascade Cup Championship in Seattle, last weekend They also won the most valuable player award. For the first time the trophy 1s m Texas. Alright! But we hear the team was kicked out of their hotel room~ pnor to their victory for celebrating early' -D-Michael's may be temporarily closed but that didn't prevent their bartenders from "performing" Wednesday night at KJ's_ It was a bartender's drag show and a benefit for the MacAdory House. Over $700 was raised wrth entertainmPnt by Deitra Allen and a strip by Mr S_p.l,a_sh Day At last the Brazos River Bottom's new A.C. system 1s finally in place• Get ready to freeze your buns off The Texas Dance Contest Winners represtmg the BAB and Houston are: 1st place. John Fabing and Tera Talleson; 2nd place. Joyce Meyers and Tony Lazano: and 3rd place, Frank K and Terry Smith D- -c- Datel;ne Chicago: D1ck1e did you get ·all tied up in Chicago"?? Please phone home11 -o- While a Houstonian wasn·t selected for Mr. International Leather Contest m Chicago, welcome back Glen Webber and Jeff Wie­burg who were definite top ten material - D-The Brazos Back Pocket in BAB have started a drivers license number give-a­way If the last digits of your Texas Drivers License matches the posted number you get a free gift. -D-Drive- thru at Henry's 1 Hour Phote Lab? Not really It seems someone e1!her thought so or left a lot to be desired m the art of navigating turns on Whitney Streetl o~ Don't forget the Benefit Show at the Ranch Sunday to he1p send Montrose Softball League to the Gay World Series m New York' -o- Safe Sex Workshops resume on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at the Montrose Counsellng Center. 900 Lovett. Swte 203 c:. Cartoonist Gay Larson, creator of The Far Side, which has appeared in the Montrose Voice for 5 years. has won the National Car­toonists Society's Best Syndicated Panel Cartoonist Award -D-Patti, PiC'kles and Pearl. the 3 P's MAY 30. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 23 And guess who had another birthday Ottver Pierson. last Thursday -o- How nice to see Cindy (formerly of the Rip­cord} behind the patio bar at Mary's We miss you• -D-The Montrose Voice Ifs The Place to Advertise Call 529-8490 and You will be in Next Week's Newspaper of Montrose 24 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 30, 1986 MR. BAYOU lANDING CONTEST 5 WEEK RUNOFF Judges Wednesdays, 10pm 1st Place CASH All Bars Welcome to Send Their Entries Prellmlnmy to Mr. Texas Monday Happy Hour All Day & Night $1.75 Well $1.25 Beer 25¢ Draft Tuesday Liquor Bust Spm-Midnight $4, plus 25¢ Draft Thursdays-10pm Professional Male Strip, Fridays-10pm Amateur Male Strip The Hot Young Men Of Houston Take It Off For You $100.00 1st Place Saturdays-10pm Wet Jockey Short Contest {White Jockey Type Shorts Only) $100.00 1st Place Prize Saturday & Sunday Original Beer Bust 3pm-6pm $1.00 534 WESTHEIMER 526-7519
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