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Title Montrose Voice, No. 291, May 23, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Claude, Ken
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 23, 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 Anti-Crime Group Expands~~JE mn11trose VOICE "The Newspaper of Montrose• Friday, May 23, 1986 Issue 291 (713) 529-8490 Financial Woes Limit GPC Run-Off Participation Bar Owners Envision Pacific Street Carnival for the Fall Houstonians to Compete in Gay Games II Dignity Center to Cele­brate 1st Anniversary 'What It's Like to Win' by Glen Webber Manto Man Secrets Among Men Stepping Off the Treadmill This 4th of a 5-part series suggests ways to balance work and leisure activities 'Ain't Misbehavin' is Vampy Montrose Live inside Are You a Thrill Seeker? Dr. Didato's Quiz, Inside 2 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 23. 1986 LEATHER AND LONGNECKS, NO PIACE UKE TEXAS AND THE VENTURE-N Remember! Wednesday is Bare Chest Night Optional Shaving! Free Draft Sunday Noon-4pm Free Lighted Parking Main St. at Tuam 522-0000 75¢ Juice Drinks Noon-4pm S II R Leathers 50¢ Draft Beer Always Come Celebrate Memorial Weekend with Us!! NOW OPEN AT NOON 7 DAYS A WEEK 2923 Main DD VENTURE·N-HOUSTON DD Enjoy Memorial Day with 19 Hours of Happy Hour, All Day, All Night Monday Every Saturday 4pm till? Hamburgers by The 611 Softball Team! STIFF DRINKS ICE COLD BEER HOT MEN ALWAYS50¢ DRAFT BEER u. Adams~ Ltd. 13 Continuous Happy Hours Daily 7am-8pm Bloody Marys & Screwdrivers 75¢ 7am-2pm Mon.-Fri. 611 Hyde Park 528-9079 Letters Cheers to Hill From Hugh B Callaway It appears Ray Hill, the only remaining GPW member, is the only one who knew from the beginning that his mission is to carry out the wi11 of the people. Mr. Hill's dedication to Gay Pride Week and the worth of human dignity over the years is an example of what the celebra tion is all about. Editorial note: While u·e also appreciate Ray's decision to stay, it has also come to our attention that in fact there are others u·ho chose not to Leave. We appreciate those indit•iduals and the others whohat·e .r;tepped in to fill other positions left by the earlier resignations. And Speaking of Hill From Ray Hill Lots of things are coming together to make Gay Pride Week an exciting one. First, after all the earlier problems, there will be a Gay Pride Week enjoying broad support and many well-planned events. Second, we will likely have a decision from the Supreme Court on the Baker case to celebrate or protest. (Fortunately, the former is more likely.) And third, the overall statistics of AJDS continue to show the improvements made by our ability to use safe-sex practices. Now if the Houston economy would only experience a significant upturn. We all have an opportunity to give our· selves one more thing to celebrate: the Democratic Primary Run-Off election June 8. You may vote in the run-off whether or not you voted in the primary. Only those who voted in the Republican primary may not vote in the Democratic run-off. The ballot is short and the candidates are few. (From top to bottom, Rusty Dun· can, Ct. Criminal Appeals; Rubein Guer· rero, 180th Dist. Ct.; Lupe Salinas, IR.5th Dist. Ct.; Doug Warne, 309th Dist. Ct.,, David Mendoza, County Crim. Ct. no.II, and Larry Veselka, Demo. Party chair.) Voting this time will be quick and easy at your neighborhood polling place. (You hve been there before, remember?) Back to Gay Pride Week: It is going t.o be hot and humid but well worth the effort to come out end bring your friends. Various groups are working on 12 days of activitieR for you to attend. Buy a T-shirt, cap, but­ton; get a calendar; plan to enjoy feeling good about yourself and your friends shar­ing Gay Pride Week 1986 and make the feeling last through the next year. Items in the "Le tters" section represents opinion s of some of our readers and not neces sarily the views o f the MON TROSE VOICE. Readers are encouraged to submit their thoughts on issues of interest to the community. Please k eep the letters brief and mail to "Letters to the Editor," MONTROSE VOICE, 408 Avondale, Hous ton , TX 77006. Memorial Day in Cherryhurst Park Tht• G PC will sponsor a Memorial Day Picnir in Cherryhurst Park Monday, announced David Fowler, GPC vice prC'Si· d<•nt. It will start at noon and laAt unti l 6:00 p.m .• he Raid. Food, bt'er and soft drinks will b<> avail a hie at a nominal charge for tho~enot wish· ing to park a pirnic haAket. Games. <·onh•stR nnd other activitiPS are plonned. Ch<·rrvhufit Park is located two h10<.'k~ off Wt·~tht·imer between Mandf.'11 and Commonwt•alth. MAY 23, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 3 NOW LEASING Southwest Funeral Directors .. ~~--· 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas Luxurious Apartment Living in the Galleria TAFT Al'TOMOTIVE 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: 522- 2190 e UTILITIES PAID e Swimming Pool • Basic Cable PAID • All Size Pets Accepted Don't Sell Her. • Weekly Maid Service • Senior Citizens Discount • Microwave Oven Fix Her! Please call or come by Monday thru Friday, Bam-Spm Saturday 10am to Spm GENERAL REPAIR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ELECTRONIC TUNEUP AIR CONDITIONING (713) 960-1103 2323 Mccue, Houston, TX 77056 ~ 1\'I Spruce Up !}our I Home for Spring Back to the Future is Here!!! Come In and check our new releases 2016 Montrose 529-5544 T STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AIDS1KS DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON · FRI 8:30AM .5 PM SAME DAY APPOINTMENT i1~~s~9lb~~ r-1~~~\~g~ BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy #1000 Houston, TX 770'27 621-7771 ~I Ill ·I ~ with ~ Ll~ HSK CONTRACTING \. 1\ I A Full Service Contractor • Roofing (All Types) • Tile/ Masonry • Remodeling • Carpet • Sheetrock/ Painting • Cabinets • Plumbing/ Electrical • Decks/ Hot Tubs • Foundations • Room Additions Repaired • Concrete • Tree & Trash • Chimney Sweeping Removal & Repairs • Insulation • Pool Cleaning • Water Proofing • Fully Insured • Pest & Rodent • References Control Available No Job Too Big or Too Small 520-9064 OR Emergency Digital Pager 891-4053 -~ .... .l . '/ 4 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 23. 1986 montrose VOICE ANO TEXAS • '.TAR MONTROSE. TEXAS P<>pu11t1on lat 19951 32.000 Census 1racts 401 01_ 401 02_ 402 'J1 402 02 405 02 . .o.:J Ind 404 01 z,o cooes (rou9hly1 77006. 77019 1pon1orl/. 77098 Bouncs.d lroughlyl Shepherd D• ~wesl1 AU.,, PlfllWl't" (roonl'I) M iiin St (HSI). us 59 IOU!h) L1htud9 'MQf!l•OM Blvd I I West~·mer Rd I 29"44'13'N t.Ol\Q•tud• 95•zrw·w AIMude 4f! ElECT£0 OFFICIALS FQf! MONTROSE ~a ........ Howton C"Y c~ °'" c: srrc1s.g,0y J71:J1n15S133 EIF•.-.COLN H111osc-rveo...-•;pc:1 11 'oo'Prntort 1nJ1n1 e111 w 1111etA.,., .. '" Consll!Oielp:.I I) .JOISaitJeontD.11131121-~ Dt0r1 ~- Team Ho\fW ol ReQt_..i11 ... es Cd•st 137) 11111 SW F.., t113J'20-ll068 C•-.g W..,..ngtan TD• S-.te /<bst 13) 2'J1'C..IOl .... 171Jitl!Sf..QO M•c:.,.y L-.d US ~ol Rilopo"~11o.-n 1ci.1 11111 ,,,,s.n,111 •«20.rrtJJ rs-1339 The Newspaper of Montrose Establrshed 1980 OUR 291sl ISSUE. MAY 23. 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 put>111n.1 Ken Claude «l•t<1' David Roumlort ptCJdVCl•on Connie Woods "•""s Scott Cutsinger, B•ll o·Rourke ,.,., . .... , Steve Warren ri•t""'•' co,.,Hpana.tir ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT Houston (713) 529-8490 Elsewt"!ere- Texas (800) 222-1537 ex1 995220 Elsewhere Us IBOOJ 225-0227 OT 995220 Jerry MulhOltand m .. .,,, • .,,g d .cttN Jon Arnold Mh.ni.,"fl ,.,,,.,.,.,., ... Foundll't'iJ MttmO.rs Orul..- Montrose Bus'"en Guikl Gay •nd lntMan Pffu Assocwnan POSnAASTIA Sena addrns correcl.ionS to •oe A~ondM MoullOf'I l x 77000-3029 Sutm""""''°" ,.,_.wt US .n sfffed env~ SA9 ~ Yff' (52 .....-) S29per1txmon1P\ll2f>•ssues' Ol"Sl 25P<ef • ~lfnS tNn 26 iMl.tft) Back ~ S2 ffdl N•rmnitl ~''"'fl~'•'"'" Jae O.s.baio R•vendltill Ma.--ebng 11118 8lfl •~ue N- York 10011 !'.2t2J 2A2·e863 A~ .. .,, dHdliM WedneM&ay 5 J()pm lor lllUtl ·~ Fridrf,,._,"'9 N~ IO MhitnlM'S loul .0-..lff'•SlllO ••t• schedule Eight A ••etl'ect•weA0t 11 1918 Ra.oom•b"'t,.. TM ~ontrOM Voice does not U"-'l'le ~ty for aavertfslng C .. •rns R .. oets are laked to adv• the' ,,....speper of a11y suspict0n ol lradulenl or dec9Pbwe actv.rtising Ben Sargent Bar Owners Envision Pacific Street Carnival for the Fall • MAY 23. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 5 Pantzer, HOBO discussed possible alter· natives for the reward fund that now totals over $6000. Tt was agreed that $1000 of that would be set aside for a reward fund for the gunman's accomplice, By Ken Claude said to be still at large. Montrose Voice editor The proposed Pacific Street Carnival, AIDS Foundation funding and the Mar­ion Pantzer Reward Fund were the major topics of the monthly meeting of the Hous­ton Organization of Bar Owners (HOBO). This month's regular meeting of the gay club owners and their managers was held at the Exile, 1011 Bell, in downtown Hous­ton. The Pacific Street Carnival, originally conceived as a bar-sponsored spring event, has been delayed until fall because of the time necessary to obtain city per­mits, they said. Charles Armstrong, representing Caven Enterprises dubs, envisioned the carnival to be structured similar to Razzle Dazzle Dallas, a popular annual event in Dallas with food, bever­ages, booths and nationa1ly·recognized entertainment. Armostrong suggested that such a Houston event have its profits going to community charities. The carnival would be staged in the Pacific·Grant·Stanford Streets area. Frank Campesi and Dale McGee were guests at the HOBO meeting representing the AIDS Foundation of Houston and pleaded their case for help in the group's funding. "Due to the current economic down· town, United Way has advised that there will not be any additional funding for the Foundation," Campesi said. He added Stein & Toklas DETECTIVES Join Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas as they sleuth through the French countryside, investigating the disappearance of the father of their handsome gardener. A new and unusual novel by Samuel M. Steward, author of the Phil Andros stories, and a real­life friend of Stein and Toklas. MURDER IS MURDER IS MURDER $6.95 in bookstores, or use this coupon to order by mail. Here is $7.so for Murd;; is Muri;; is Murd-;r, by Sa;-uel Stew,;d. name ___________ address __________ _ city state ip ______ _ Alyson Publications, Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St., Boston, MA 02118 §AME DAY TYPE~ §ETTER§ A NJ<:\\' DJ\' JSION CH' '!'Ill•: MON'l'ROSE VOJ('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 it 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 LIM/Tl If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes you'll only be charged for 10 minutes) ' ~1 TYPJ<~STYLE8 'rO CHOOSE FROM Pick Up and Delivery Available ($5 charge) 408 A.VONDALE - 529-8490 that the foundation , which in the past has had to rely almost tota1ly on donations from the gay community, is down to approximately 30 days supply and urged individual bars to continue to support the foundation with fundraisers if at all possi· ble. He stated that even at$300,000 per year, the foundation could not meet present needs, and $450,000 would meet the bare minimum in a no-frills budget, and added that a monthly calendar of fundraising events would be published. Corporate donors are also being solicited outside of the gay community. With the arrest of the person police say was responsible for the shooting death of "Just" Marion and Lynn's owner Marion HOBO decided to donate $1000 to the 100 Club and put the remaining funds in the bank to accrue interest and to be used for other rewards as the need arises. HOBO also reported to iU. Houston members on the just·completed meeting of the Bar Owners Association of Texas, a statewide association of gay club owners. At the meeting in Dallas the week before, the AlDS epidemic was a major topic, along with the issue that B.O.A.T. needed new members and funds to continue its lobbying efforts at the state Capitol in Austin. B.0.A.T.'s Austin lobbyist, Betty Nay­lor, was recently paid from borrowed funds, it was reported. Come on Back to Where It's At lH fiffe -do!ne of ~~.··r~,, ~* <1f(k?p ~ 'bq ~ · THE Country & ~~ Western Bar ~ for EVERYONErr Tuesday-$3 beer bust 6:00 to close f,';;, serving l!iller liile on Draft ~ .Dance Lesso s S:Se Wednesday-Happy Hour 4pm to close L MSA Billards Bpm ThUl'S/fri-Casin~ lligh t Friday-Bring a Buddy. Specialsrr Wheel of Fortune Every weeknight ~ at 6:30 June 1-MSL Sports Benefit for Gay World Series. Country Express Band 6 to 8, stage show 9:30. Free Buffet Dress Code applies Fri/Sa.t Spm to closa Open 7 days a week 4pm-2am 9150 S. Maln-~3464 Coming Soon-Country Express Band Fridays &. Saturdays 6 MONTROSE VOICE MAY 23. 1986 Neighborhood Anti-Crime Group Expands Patrol Area It is just a month old but organizer Curt Norton .says the Montrose Neighborhood Awareness Group is already expanding its coverage area. This is being done, said Norton, because of support received from area businesses and residents The group will now patrol an area bor­dered by Bagby, Avondale, Fairview and Waugh Drive. This is an area where break· ins. muggings and assaults have been heavy in the past year. Norton says the Neighborhood Aware­ness Group has also now been certified by the state government as a non-profitenter­pn~ e. Their first patrol was on May 16. Three days later. Norton says, they were in full operation with CB radjos donated by the Houston Police Department. Carl!' on patrol can be identified with magnetic signs, which are only presented after the volunteer completes a training program. Additionally foot patrols are being used along with " porch watche-;" by neighbor­hood resident.ti. N ort.•n aid that a monthly statement of all mcome and expenditures would be made public and all records are available to anyone who requests to see them. The Montrose Neighborhood Awamess Group's phone number is 529-1840. Dignity Center to Celebrate 1st Anniversary "Getting Dignity Center off the ground and on it's feet hasn't always been easy," said Joe Nuber. president of Dignity- Houston, an organization of Gay and Lesbian Catholics and their friends. The center is now one year old. "That calls for a celebration, and we hope the members of all the organizations that cur­rently hold their meetings at the center wi11 join us for the center's first birthday party," said Nuber The celebration is slated for Sunday, May 25. at6:00 p.m. at the center located at 3217 Fannin. In addition to Dignity, other organiza­tions who meet regularly at the center include: Couples Houston, Gay and Les­bian Hispanics Unidos, Gay Fathers, Gay Mothers, Houston Gay Pride Week Com­mittee. Montrose Activity Center and the Houston Women's SoftbaJI League. Anyone who is interested in renting office space or meeting rooms at Dignity Center can call !i28-0ll l AIDS INSURANCE-AIDS INSURANCE -AIDS INSURANCE I w > u a z "' ~ AIDS z :::> "' Cl) c: ~ ~ Cl) z 0 () < m I Medical I w > u a ~ "' Expense Policy z :::> c":' Cl) ~ ~ Cl) Benefits () 0 < m An Affordable, Guaranteed Renewable, Policy that I I Pays in addition to all other Insurance. > uw a 1st Year Pays up to $64,500 for Hospitalization. "' ~ Thereafter, up to $73,000 for continuous z :::> hospitalization. "c:' Cl) ~ plus ~ Cl) AIDS Therapy and Treatment benefits of up to () 0 $5000 per year with a $15,000 lifetime benefit. m < I I Provides benefits for Extended Care and Hospice > uw facilities and a Daily Recovery Benefit for Total a "' ~ Disability. z No Medical examination is necessary, If you can "' :::> anwser no to questions 1 & 2 on the application, c: Cl) ~ ~ your POLICY WILL BE ISSUED. z Cl) Protection you cannot afford to be without: Apply () 0 m < Now I I For additional information-Material-or > w Applications Call or Write: a uz "' HO Page z ~ PO Box 8008, Brownsville, TX 78520 "c:' ~ ~ ~ Phone: 1-800-222-1537 then dial 993377 Cl) We also have life insurance available () 0 m < Inquiries Strictly Confidential I AIDS INSURANCE-AIDS INSURANCE -AIDS INSURANCE ROCK "N" HORSE Newest Women's Bar Men Welcome Also Dancing Nightly DAILY SPECIALS Gemini Party May24 C&W BAND Sat. Nite We will be open Memorial Day, Monday DRAFT BEER 7.5¢ Happy Hour, $1 Regular Well Drinks $1.50 Happy Hour HAPPY HOUR 4-7pm Op•n Tues-Thuni. 4pm-2am. Fri.-Sun. lpm-2am ('L()st'll MONDAYS Na.rent' Kee---0u:ner 5731KIBBY 520-9910 Berlin: 1926 Fifteen-year-old Gunther has just run away from home, and soon finds himself swept up 1n the gay underground of Berlin 1n the 1920s. His story, beautifully told 1n The Hustler, is a story of love found and love lost. and a fascinating look at a gay culture that most of us never knew existed $7.95 In bookstores or use this coupon to order. Enclosed 1s $8.00 (postpaid) lor one copy of The Hustler name __ address city __ state__ zip ~ Alyson Publ1cat1ons, Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St., Boston. MA 02118 Finances Limit GPC Run-Off Participation By Connie Woods Montrose Voice Reporter Suggesting that the Houston Gay Politi­cal Caucus limits its participation in the primary run-off elections to heavy usage of the phone banks, President Annise Porker pointed out that the caucus should not go further in debt to spend more than $2500 in mailings. "We (the board) decided we were not going to accrue any further debts than already made," she told the membership Wednesday night. She suggested that the membership get heavily involved in the phone banks before the election rather than spending several thousands of dol Jars for mailings The six GPC-endorsed candidates are seeking positions which are county-wide. Ray Hill, another board memeber, said that sending mailings only to the Mont­rose area would represent only one-third of the voting population. The mailing list includes some 11,000 voters in the county. Vice President David Fowler told the membership, "We have no money. We have spent money that we didn't have. 1f anyone wants to doante the money, fine. But we don't have the money for mai· louts." Board member Cicely Wynne agreed with the speakers. "We are drained. I twas a miracle that we got out the last mailout. We have drained our advertisers and we need to find new resources," she said. Although postcards would be less expensive to send, the general consensus of th!' membership agreed that a mailout of a single sheet of paper, folded and stapled, would better serve the purpose. In the final vote, the motion carried to Rend the single, folded sheets to as many members as the GPC could afford. Jim Owens, the newly elected board member for seat No. 3, made a point of the GPC financial situation in his campaign speech during the meeting. "It is harder and harder to raise the money we need. We need tighter cost control . innovative fundraising," he explained Owens and opponent Joe Wilson faced a close election for the vacated seat as the first vote ended in an 18 to 18 tie. The second vote gave the board seat to Owens by a vote of 19 to 18. During the initial introduction of the candidates, Parker pointed out, "It's great that we have two good candidates to run for this board position." In other election business, Joe Thom· ton, the Repub1ican committee chairpcr· son. asked for the endorRement by the caucus of tlohn Thomas Henderson of Austin for the Texas Railroad Commie· Rioner position. The caucus voted to (•ndorsr the candidate for the Republican run -off. In other business, Parker announced the budget for the 1986 Gay Pride Spotts Park Rally. She said the budget had been set for $11,000 to include the firework dis· play. Money is to be raised through drink sales and donations the night of the event, she said. The meeting opened with special guest speaker Carol Brown, assistant chief of branch services for the Houston Public Library. "We have some good news and some bad news," she told the caucus members. "The good news is that we have finally accepted the gjft of the Central Church of Chrust facilities at 4100 Montrose. The bad news is the reduced budget of the city (for library services}," she said. Aft.er several negotiations, the city and John Hanson had come to terms concern· ing the facilities at that location. Ray Baily, an architect, will design the new facilities. She suggested an opening by 1988 of the new library branch. Brown pointed out to the group that under the new budget cutback planned by the City of Houston that all branches would have a cut in staff as well as hours and resources. The caucus emphasized its need for volunteers to work the phone bank for the run·off. Anyone interested in volunteering should call the GPC office between 4:00 p.m . and 6:00 p.m. during the week to sign up with Pat Gandy, the new GPC office staff person. In Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voice AmNTION NIGHTCWB ENTERTAINERS Singers, Piano Acts, Impersonators Please mol<e sure the Montrose Voice hos o good quality (preferably in block and white) publicity photo of you in our files fOf use when our adver­tisers ore engaging your services. It YJOUldn't even hurt fOf us to hove sev& ral photos of your smt11ng face Thank you The Montrose Voice THE NEWSPAPER OF MONTROSE 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 Can We Talk? ... about Leasing that new car. Call LEE BORBA 973-0070 Honda BMW Accord 179/mo 325 319/mo Prelude 209/mo 528 379/mo Mazda Tol'.2:ta RX-7 229/mo MR2 209/mo 626 189/mo Ce//Ca 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 DeV11le 289/mo Camaro 209/mo El Dorado 319/mo NO DOWN PAYMENT LOWER MONTHLY PAYMENT • CASH FOR YOUR TRADE MAY 23. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 7 • Lights, Sound, Video • 7 Days a Week • Never a Cover Charge • Secure, Lighted Parking COME CELEBRATE Memorial Day Weekend with Usl *MONDAY* 50C Screwdrivers, Bloody Marys and Cape Codsl * WEDNESDAYS-lOPM * 77006 Comes Out-The Hottest Male Amateur Strip Contest in Town! $100.00 1st Prize. MC The "Flawless" Deitra Allen and Special Guests * FRIDAYS-lOPM & 12AM * Starring International Gentlemen MC Friday & Saturday: Bubba McNealy * SATURDAYS-lOPM & 12AM * Starring Muscles in Action 428 WESTHEIMER 529-2506 8 MONTROSE VOICE MAY 23. 1986 The Far Side by Gary Larson 1fl,jt V .... [ ,,t,T Cow joyrides Braving the lndion "pillow" gontlet "Niki The fireflies ocross the street - I think they'rs mooning us•" 0 The Grim Reoper os o child. 0 0 0 0 "I'm to/king to youl ... You're so ... so ... so thick-membroned sometimes." 0 Fortunes A Memorable Memorial Weekend By Mark Orion F )f foday. May 23. through Thursday. May 29. 1986 ARIES ·Slow down this week You move too fast. A sense of urgency per­meates everything you do. That's a good thing for taking care of business, but it's bad when it makes you miss life's beauti­ful details. Watch out' TAURUS Work, work, work Doesn't anyone want to come out and play with the bull? Maybe someone at work would be interested. and they're just waiting for you to make the first move. Surprise the both of you by inviting that one out for show and tell' GEMINl -Don·t get greedy. You want more than cake with icing. more than that someone can deliver right now, so pull back and do some serious thinking . What's most important to you? What ts this marvellous thing called imagination? What's what? CANCER You will feel more like a Scorpio than a Cancer this Memorial weekend mysterious and wanting to get to the bottom of things. Your energy is concentrated on something of great importance to you. and you lose no detatl. You might even want to seek out a Scorpio friend Get into 1t1 LEO Your life 1s changing --of course. 1t always is. but now is one aJ those times when change is beautlfully constant and spontaneous. Your level of desire and desirablility 1s at a high peak, and there·s the real poss1b1l1ty that hard times are no longer, Not bad VIRGO Whoever needs help should apply to their nearest Virgo. The bonds of fnendsh1p are strong, tied lovingly tighter as you are able to extend YOLtrself and give those you love exactly what they need Boy, you've got a way about you! LIBRA You sure know how to make things work Especially yourself Any­thing that requires sustained effort and concentration 1s right up your alley Check in with your closest one from time to time; you may be ·an separate paths 'his Memorial weekend Remember SCORPIO Nice strokes, easy moves make for a grand time for Memonal Wee­kend. Someone special could find your behavior irres1stable, so be ready for heavy come-ans If you're ready, it'll flow. SAGITTARIUS Be conservative. Be cautious. Don't rock the boat Things are a bit shaky now, especially at work and on the money front, so llfe wilf require a lot of care to keep things on an even keel. You can do 1t. Give a little overtime. Keep plugging at 1t CAPRICORN Exploring the many realms and levels of the masculine and the feminine is one of the very best things You've got the inside track on a lot of info that others miss out on. Pay spe­cial attention to those realizations now AQUARIUS Acti ng irrationally and unconsciously with little regard for the consequences can be fun-in selected moments. But 1f you overdo 1t so that your li fe or your future is affected it 1s stupid Look around you PISCES -So much to do So much to see. lt"s a very active weekend indeed, and you won't be alone for a minute. You and one close to you are inseparable •1"6 THE M()NTRC £ VL CE Sports Voice Calendar & Standings Sports Voice Calendar & Standings R egular Week ly Events SUNDAY: Frontrunners. 9am Memorial Park Tennis Center Houston Tennis Club 10am-1pm, Homer Ford Tenms Center Hou-Tex Tennis Club 10:30am-1:30pm, Homer Ford Tennis Center Montrose Softball League regular season play. through July 13 (.except May 25. June 29 & July 6). Lawrence Field, off N Shepherd al w 10th Women's Bowling League Spm, Stadium Bowl WW 8 Bowling League 7:30pm. Post Oak Lanes Montrose Softball League SCHEDULE May25 No games S<:heduled RESULTS Week 6. May 18 Games not played. rain rescheduled !or June 1 Galleon vs Montrose Voice Ranch vs Brazos Rwer Bottom Montrose Voice vs Galleon Brazos River Bottom vs Ranch The 611 vs Rich's Bnar Patch. Dirty Sally's idle STANDINGS Followmg Week 5 Won LO.I P.,t GB MONDAY: MSA Men's Bowling 9pm. Stadium =~~=/Patch Bowl Galleon GULF COAST DIVISION 9 0 5 4 1 ()()() 556 4 3 3 500 4 TUESDAY: Frontrunners. 6:30pm Memorial Ranch Park Tennis Center 1 6 BAYOU CITY DIVISION 143 7 MSA 'Fun Volleyball League. 7pm WEDNESDAY: MSA Pool League plays 8pm, various locations Hou-Tex Tennis Club doubles 7:30pm Homer Ford Tennis Center THURSDAY: Frontrunners. 6:30pm Memonal Park Tennis Center Houston Tennis Club doubles 7:30pm Homer Ford Tennis Center 'Whatever Happened to Baby J~ne' MSA Mixed Bowling League 8 45pm, Stadium Bowl Special Events May _18 MSA Pool League organizational meeting. 2pm, Hooters May 21- MSA Pool League opening night, Spm. summer season May 24-26· 6th annual "" U.S. Gay Open" National Tennrs Tournament, San Francisco June 8 Women's Softball League regular season play resumes, Sundays through June 22. Heights Lyons Field. 13th Street near Shepherd June 21 Gay Pride Week Sports Day June 25.· Texas Gay Rodeo Association Gay Pnde Week event July 19-27 Montrose Softball League playoffs July 25-Aug 3. U.S. Olympic Festival. Hous­ton Aug. 24-30: Gay World Series X, New York City Labor Day Weekend Women's Softball '86 World Senes. New Haven, Conn MSA Monday Bowling STANDINGS following May 19 compet1t1on "" DIVISION A Boys A Us 21 7 Twisted Sisters 18 10 Exiles 18 10 DIVISION B Path Habowlers 25 3 5 Easy Pieces 21 7 We Men 18 10 DIVISION C Fre-to-Lay 19 9 611 Cockta1lers 18 10 Bedrockers 16 12 MSA Thursday Bowling STANDINGS following May 15 compet1t1on Won LOSI Fourplay 5 Frosted Flakes 5 Dynasty 5 Thurs Nile Trnt 5 Puss N Boo1s 5 r ~ Cott-shop 1102 Westheimer 522-3332 24Hours Featuring Lunch & Dinner Specials Beer, Wine & Champagne The611 6 1 857 Montrose Voice 3 571 Dirty sauy·s 6 333 Brazos RB 0 8 000 6' Houston Women's Softball SCHEDULE Week 6. June 8 schedule not available RESULTS K•uffman Tournament. May 11 1st place Marion & Lynn·s Rebels 2nd place Hollywood Bears 3rd place Hemcanes STANDINGS Following Week 5 Won Lo.I A DIVISION GB M&L Rebels 10 0 8 2 1 ()()() Coffee Beans Herricanes Hollywood Bears New Impressions Bacchus Faster Women Ducks 5 5 5 5 2'h 7 ~ 2' \o 1 \o'l 2 8 B DIVISION MCCR Angels 8 2 Undercover 7 3 Rock N Horse ·~ 5~ Sport '" 5~ Express 1 9 800 2 500 5 500 5 250 7'/t 250 7 y, 200 8 800 700 1 450 3" <50 3'• 100 7 Keep vour working parts in order. American Heart Association Houston Tennis Club Challenge Ladder matches through May 14 TOP TEN LADDER 1 Andrew Moms 6 Ron Bell 2 Robert Holmes 7 Bee Hopper 3 J C Barrera 8 Ed Farley 4 Rick Hadnot 9 David He1land 5 Arm1 Albanza 10 Rich Corder 1 Ron McCauley 2 Billy Green 3 Steve Bryant 4 Roy Mendiola 5 Randy Lunsford BLADDER 6 Travis W1lhs 7 Shawn Paulk 8 Da1w1d Hendnckson 9 Oscar YsasSI 10 Rudy Garcia C LADDER 1 JV Klmger 4 Jerry Barker 2 Joe D 5 F Reyes 3 Howard Brown 6 Bi ll Dee 7 Mikey DOUBLES LADDER 1 Andrew Moms & Bill Dee 2 Jerry Barker & Rich Corder 3 Shawn Paulk & Randy Lunsford 4 Travis Wilhs & Rich Corder 5 Billy Green & Paul Brown Hou-Tex Tennis Club Challenge Ladder matches through May 18 TOP TEN LADDER 1 Jim Kitch 2 Randall Dickerson 3 Eugene B 6 Eddie Chavez 7TimS 8 Thomas Cortez 4 Donny Kelley 9 Pat Power 5 David Garza 1 Randy Miller 2 Sabe Velez 3 Rick Massey 4 lou G 5 Joe L 1 Arm1 Alabanza 2 David Hetland 3 Rick Knapp 4 Gabe Herpm 5 Jason F 10 Steve Bearden BLADDER 6 Ronn Rod 7 Bill A 8 BjJI Santa1t1 9 larry Jarvis 10 Mark Deardorff CLADDEA 6 Henry Eckhardt 7 RICI< Martinez 6 Da1w1d Hendrickson 9 Audy Garcia 1 O David Moskowitz D LADDER 1 Randy J1erscheck 2 Steve Chesney DOUBLES LADDER 1 Steve Bearden & Bill Santa1t1 2 Eddie Chavez & Henry Eckhardt MAY 23, 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 9 Sports Voice Houstonians to Compete in Gay Games II With the deadline for entries to Gay Games II rapidly approaching, MSA Houston has registered 40 atheletes in bowling, billiards, basketball, swimming and diving, and wrestling. Jn addition, a soft.ball team is being assembled through the Montrose Softball League. Gay Games II, with its theme of "Tri­ump in '86," is to be staged in San Fran· cisco August 9-17 and is a "gayolympics," although a judge has barred the group from using the word "olympics." San Francisco was also host for the first Gay Games. The event was organized by Dr Tom Waddell. MSA will put individuals from various cities together to form teams, if nessesary, so that anyone who wants to compete will have the opportunity to be a part of the events of Gay Games Il. Anyone interested in competing who does not have a team or who desires more information can contact Nick Escobedo at 777-1823. ~~· ·~ ... ~Pl~y ~Safe! Lone Star Guest* H ouse is o~ a Jamt«! rw..mber of Country Club Memberships {First Come. Forst Servro Basos/ CIUOM~EnJOY • ~ Oisco..nt on Rocm Ratt • RKrt~ F~.llltlot$"""' 24 tb..lrs Ptr ~ •':'=~~;~..::iu· ~'=~T~~V~~ 8(' a Part ol ~Upcoming£~ • Mernonal~ • ~Pr~Wttk • 4thol ~ Most of .A.I: ...kJst ~ atMr to relax with al the -r--'rwt:s of re.me With a Guest of Your Choice S60 Quarterly 713-522-1213 713-523-9004 104 Avondale 10 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 23, 1986 TO Secrets Among Men Stepping Off the Treadmill By Dr. Ken Druck and James C. Simmons Thi!I u the fourth of a five-part series. This chapter SUJlgests u:ays to balanc-e work and lei1Jure actwlties. Men who drive themselve.s to exhaustion always have a thousand and one excuses as to why they must keep running on their treadmills . "I can't Jet up now. not after all these years. • Or· "It'll just be another few years. Then everything will be all right, and I'll start to live. '' Or; "What would I do with myself? My work has been my whole life." For these men. it usually takes a crisis with their health or their mate to convince them that their work priorities are not the only one!'i which need attention. And even then they Alep off the treadmill reluc­tantly Mark, a sale8man for a computer com· pany in Loe Angeles. is one who made tha decision to ease off earlier than most. ''Last year I turned 35, and it scared me a little bit. I decided to make it my push year-you know. working 60 to 70 hours a week. It was like running in a marathon Well, I found out that I could do it. I raked in over $75,000 in commissions and got a bonus. "Later my company offered me a regional sales rep position. You know what? I turned them down. I could have done it. But I decided that it wasn't what I wanted. I just didn't want the big office, secretaries and the extra bucks. I realized that I wanted to enjoy life more than I had been. . Now I have more time. Some­times I feel quilty, like I should be out there hustling up business for 60 hour8 each week like I used to do. My best friend even thinks I blew it But I discovered that it was not whet I really wanted.' Let's decide that we do not want to wait to be hit by a crisis before we change. Here are 11everal suggestions that may prove UReful o We can change our non-work activities Let's schedule in time for a walk through the park, a bike ride in the country, read ing a novel. an evening class in painting, or anything that requires slow and easy participation. We can lean down hard on ourself to follow through on these "'time· outs'' from our regular routine after work or on weekends. o We must get away from the telephone Workaholica are most often slaves to the telephone because it allows them to main· tain contact with office from home or else­where. Cordless telephones and C'Omputers may serve the same function. If we are sincere about learning how to relax, then we are going to have to cut the cord, &o to speak. We can use a telephone ans wering device or &ervice to field our calls. When we go on vacation, we can stay at a lodge or hotel without telephones in ita rooms And we can Jet the telephone ring with­out picking it up. Remember-other people can and will learn to deal with matters after we are gone from this earth. We are dispensable. And even if we are not. most business can wait. We will never learn this untiJ we experience it. So, painful as it may be at first, let's get lo.st! o We can make special agreements with ourself for rewards Let's allow ourself special time off for an extra effort put in at work. We can set up our own reward system for the good work we do by paying ourself off with some­thing very personal and enriching. Let's treat ourself to that weekend excursion, day off in the middle of the week, time spent with an old buddy, or dream vaca­tion with our close friend The trick here is always to pay up. There are so many times when we put in the work and postpone the rewards. Let's not cheat ou~elf. Let's keep that contract we make with No. l. We deserve it! o We can keep anti-anxiety focus cards handy One method many men have found extremely effective in making changes is to prepare a set of 3-by-5 "focus cards." These cards serve as remmders about the positive attitudes and behaviors that they are actively working to incorporate into their workstyle. Well·placed focus cards with simple me>sages can do a world of good. Some suggested mei:;sages are: "Relax," "I can't be everything to everybody," "I have accomplished enough for today," "Work can wait," "People will still love me if I'm not perfect," and "Breathe easier." If used faithfully, these cards will help to replace such counterproductive, anxiety­provoking messages as :"I am not doing enough," "Make me better and faster,'' "Hurry up, you're behind," and "Push harder, harder and harder-" o We can learn to enjoy leisure time Too many of us think of "leisure" as the negative of work and not as its true oppo­site, something positively defined in itself Let's widen our cultural and intellectual horizons-the areas where there is no immediate tangible payoff, no bottom line. We can learn to balance times of activity with timf's of rest through passive action. Passive action means that we become actively receptive, receiving rather than Well spent passwe time off the joh can make us more productive and cr<'alwe on the job giving our energy. Being passive is diffi­cult for many men because they perceive it as time wasted. But learning to take some­thing back from the world after putting out so much all day restores the necessary balance we need to work effectively. Well­spent passive time off the job can make us more productive and creative on the job. Here are some examples of things to do: I. We can treat ourself to a delicious, healthful gourmet dinner. Let's pick a res· taurant with mood music in the back­ground, soft light and a leisurely pace. We will do everything at one-half or one­quarter speed. Let's chew our food slowly, savor each bite and rest between each course. Spend at least two hours eating dinner. 2. We can go for a one-hour deep-muscle massage. Then we wi11 close our eyes and simply yield ourself up to the massage. We will let all the tension flow out of our body. We will rest, relax and enjoy ourself. 3. For a change of pace, let's set aside30 minutes in which we do absolutely nothing. We will stop all activity and just be. We may find ourself squirming uncom­fortably the first few minutes. But we will stick with it. We will keep our mind from focusing on businei;s. We will clear our mind of all thoughts. Or if that is not possi­ble, we will just focus our imagination on a peaceful scene, such as a meadow full of wildflowers. 4. We can go for a long walk. In this time we will allow the world to make an impres­sion on our senses without trying to make something of the experience. Many people do this while jogging, biking or sailing. o Being our own man at work Being your own man at work means doing what gives us pride and pleasure as well as profit. It means that we haveourindividu ality, as well as our mutuality, as a member of the work team. We are attuned to our own thoughts and feelings about what is happening at work and express them effectively through the appropriate channels. We may or may not be our own boss, but we are unmistakably our own man at work. In other words, we are taken seriously by others. We, in tum, take other people seriously. We arrive for work with a positive mental attitude, focusing on pres­ent tasks without interruptions from past fcoars and future anxieties. We balance our desire for excellence with a high regard and appreciation for the process, or means. by which it is ac·hieved. After doing all we can to assure the best product or service, we acknowledge ourself and others who have contributed and then call it a day. We leave work feeling exerted yet invigorated Our excitement at what is to come in our time away from the workplace makes it.self felt as we leave the office. The even· ing, or weekend, we have planned is evenly balanced between passive action and play and activities. If we are return ing home to relationships, we do so feeling ready for making eontact, prepared to represent our needs and open to the needs of others. Next week: Men's Life Partners Excerpted from the book "The Secrets Men Keep" by the above authorb. Copy· right 198.5. Published by Doubleday and Co. Reprinted by permission of News America Syndicate. Montrose Voice Ifs The Place to Advertise 7 Day Montrose Events Calendar Sun Mon Tue MAY MAY MAY 25 26 27 Wed Thu MAY MAY 28 29 Fri MAY 23 Sat MAY 24 1lf" h -Day :a1~ 11 & M( nHOI Af Jrc 1 Ev1 it Jr grou,) rr...1st 1pec•hca11y pt!rl11 1 •IOl'IC it>-1h...A .>I Mc. >!roseor Hou11tou 1 gay ~" 1•ur11ly ur rna10I' c•ly st11t1iornat1onal ho.day or m111or n11tona1 oay event 2 Strl('lly com"'91'1" al•v'"119 l'lot mciudltd 3 Bus•NH c1v1c & 10c1a1grouP1 & th91rever>1sarege"f!ra11y qual•l•ed ' Pol•t•calevenlsv.nareonfy or v•ewola sub1ec1 and c11te )I' par1y is dom1ruinl no1 qualr!1ed f~~ ,...,,,, .. ' .,,l""~at 1on " phone numbefa IO)lo lor tne IP)nM)l'lnQ o~an1a1ion under Typestyle~ indicate events- locations Houston. Of Area Interest SELECTED EVENTS THROUGH 7 DAYS • FHIDAY: "RrMkthrough" h•shinn-ft"minist program. KPft'T FM-00, X:lf>-1 lam • FRIDAY: Montrof;(' Countrv Clo10CW8 met'l 7pm, MCCR, i919 Decatur • FRIDAY Baytown Lambda meets 730pm May23 llSAIURDAY-MONDAY: 6th oonuol "U.S. Gay Open" NaOonal Tennis Tournament, Son Francisco, M0\124·26 -...:;ATURDAY: Dignity ma~s & 11o<"ial, 7:;)0pm. a2I7 Fannin • SUNDAY: Frontrunners run from 9am Memorial Park TE'nnia In Houston. Of Local Interest Outside Center llSUNDA Y: Houston Women's Softball League seAAon play Heights Lyom; Field. 8am·8pm. l:lth Strel't near ShE'phE'rd • SUNDAY; Hou"'ton Tennis Club plays !Oam·lpm, Homer Ford TenniH Cc•ntc>r .._ql!NDAY: Hou-T<'x Tennis Club pluys IO::IOam-l::lOpm, Homer Ford T£'nniR C£'ntl'r • SUNDAY: Montn>M' Softball I .engue H<'DHon piny l::Kl-H:30pm, I ..awrcnc<' Fil'ld. W. 10th off N Shepherd • 8UNOA Y: Women's bowling IC>ngue playH, :ipm, Stadium Bowl • SUNDAY Dignity Center celebrates 1st anniversary. 6pm II.SUNDAY WWB. Bowling League, 7::-K.lpm, Post Oak Lanes • SUNDAY: Overeaters Anonymous meet 8pm Montro!:ie Counseling Center, 900 l..ovett ~~~NOAY GPC Picnic. Cherryhurst • MONDAY: f_,(•Rbian Couples mt't'ts 6pm, MontmM.' Coun!-iehng Ctr. • MONDAY'. Integrity mt.•t.•ts 7:.10pm May :.U>. Autry House, 62fi.i; Main • MONDAY: MSA Bowling, 9pm at Stadium Rowl. 82(Xl Braesmain IWfUE.qnAY; FrontrunnerM run 6:30pm from Mt·morial Park Tenni!-i Center m'l'l.,ESDAY· MSA "Fun Volleyball l.A.·aguE'" plays, 7pm IWfl'ESDAY: Lutherans ConcE'rned ffi('t'ts May~7. Gract Lutheran Church, 2515 Waugh IWfUESDAY: Houston Arca Gay & l/!->bian Engint't'rH & Sdentisls met't 7pm Mny 'lJ 9l'U1'~SI>AY: Montrol:'t> Civic Club (N<·artown) mN•tto 7pm May 27. 141;1 W<·i-;theimer 1Wfl'E8DAY: Montrose Symphonic Band meds Dignity Center. a2t7 Fannin, 7:.10pm • WF.DNESllAY. It'• Okay m,..ts afternoon. Bering Chun_.h, 1440 MR. NUDE '86 CONTEST - 9 PM $10 Admission for non-members /A Party/Fundraiser for Our Athletes} ' Entered in Gay Games II / WINNER Trip to Gay Games plus $100 1st Runner Up 6-Month Pass plus $100 2nd Runner Up 3-Month Pass plus $50 Refreshments and Special Entertainment Co-MC· MAY 23. 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 11 Harold • WEDNESOA Y - Life Issues meets 5:30pm, Montrose Counseling Ctr. • WEDNESDAY· Greater ~~~~:~:~s~ify~u~~cf=~~~l Restaurant. 1103 S. Shepherd • WED1'ESDAY: Hou-TE'x Tennis Club doubles play, 7:30pm, Homer Ford Tennis Ctr • WEDNESDAY: MSA Pool League competition • WEDNESDAY: Overeaters Anonymous meet fipm Bering Church, t440 Harold IWfHUR...SDAY: Frontrunner!-> run 6:.JOpm from ME'morial Park Tennis Center IWl'HVRSDAY: Hou"'"ton Tennis Club doubles play. 7:30pm. Homer Ford Tennis Center m'l'HURSDAY· "Wilde 'n Si.in" gay radio ~ho"" 7·'l().9pm on KPIT Radio, FM 90 IWl'HUR..'iDAY: Mixed Rowling League, 8:45pm, Stadium Bowl. 8200 Brae~main SELECTED EVENTS IN FUTURE WEEKS • IN 1 WEEK: Gay Pridl' Wt't·k paradt suh-committt't' mttbng Junf' I • IN I WEEK: Gay Pridl' Wl'f'k Committtt mf't'C.iri1t 4pm .Jun!!' I. Pignit'.'' C'entt·r • 1N 1 WEEK Mothe . GrO'Jp meets June 3 at D1gn.ty Center • I!\ 1 WEEK Mothtn Group mf'f'ta 7:30pm Jun~3. Dignit · C'f'nt<'r •I~ I WEF.K Ga'.'· Polit1ci1l Caucus mt't't:- Holiday Inn S Milin at Blodgett. 7:30pm June4 • 1N 2 WEEKS Texas Democrahc Porty pr1morv •ecit0n runotr. 7~7pm • I!\ 2 WEEK._, Hou ton Gav Hf'alth Ad\'OCtllee mttl 7 :l(lpm Junt·7 • II\ 2 WEEK...; Montro8f' Art Alliancc­• IN 2 WF.EKS: Gay & lnhian Hi!ipaniCA l'nidoe mfi'f 7·.lflnm e JI\ 2 WEI::KS Great£'r Monlroflf' Businef:I Guild board mttt inK Junl' 12 • IN 2 WEEKS A\'ondall' Al'lsociatmn mcet11 7:30pm J une 12. Chri11tian Women's Center. 310 Pacifk • IN :l WEF.KS Natmnal Anoe Lesbian & Gay AICl>holUim Profl'Bflionala mefl 7pm June 14. M ontr~· CounselinK Cf'nlft', 900 l.o\'l'tt. suill' 201 • IN 3 WEI::KS Houston !'\orth Profl'llaionala mttts 7·30pm, JuM 14 lllN AflOUT 3 WEEKS Ode. La.m Tennis Assoc:. hosts T•as Cup Challenge. Dallas. competmg wlh Houston Tenn is Club.June • 1N 3 WEEKS Houston Ouldoor GrOl.lp and Coll 45s skate mght Junt! 17 carousel Rink • IN 3 WEEKS HOBO tHouslon Oroan12at100 of Bar Owners) meets June 18_ Just Marion & Lynn's • 1N 3 WEEKS Gay P11de Week event Gay & Lesbian Switchboard sponsOfs hlm Parlmg Glances· at Greenway 3 Cmema. June 18 • IN 3 WEEKS: Hour.tM Gay Pridt· Week JunE' 19-:.!9 • IN 4 WEEKS tGav Pride Wttk) !'ummemoration of lhe poli<'f' raid of Mary·s. June20 • IN 4 WEEKS 1Gav Pridl" Wttk> Sport!! Day Junf' 21 · •It-.'~ WEEKS Gay Softball All Star J.O.E. Gamt' 1 t.entati\'e), Dallas. June 21 • II':] WEEKS Parents FL.AG met-ta 2pm, June 15. Presbyterian Center. 4 l Oakdalt> • IS 4 WEEKS 1Gay Pride- WE'ekl Gay Politi!'al Caucus Community Awards. flinner. June 21 • IN 4 WEF.K.S 1Gay Pride Week) Walk for l'nity June22 • IN 4 WEEKS 4Gay Pride \\'('t'kl DJ Spmoff June 22 • IN 4 WF.EKS (Gav Pride Wttk) Montroee Art Alliari!'e exhibit June 2:1. 7<JO.llpm • I. 4 WEEKS: 1Gay Pridl' Wet·k' Groop Thf"8.trt' Wurkshop pnosf'ntatwn Junt' 24 • I!\ 4 WF.EKS tGa'· PridP Wttkl Tf'xftl Gay Rodeo AS. .. n_ l'\'t'nt Jum· 2.5 II.IS 4 WEEK!-! 1Gay Pride Wttkl Day of Remt>mberance. June 26 :1 C!b~!E"~~~~·~ ~1;:·~~~eay Hc>uston 191'.>6 Junf' 27. Astro Villaa-~ Hot.el • I!\ 5 Wf:EKS Ga\' & lnhlan Hi11pante t:nido. .. ~·ent Junf' 2t • t~ 5 WF.F.KS- fGa" Pride Wt-ekl Grt'atl'r MontrOM' BUsmeh Guild hua1nn:;. buildina- work11hop & tradf" fair 9::l.lam·3:30pm. Junl'2!'\. A\lm Park Inn • IN 5 WEEK.."' tGay Pride WH·k1 Berimt Chu!"C'h pe.n!'ake breakfaat June21( 11am·:3pm • IN 5 WEEkS 17Th anntveu arv of stonewall lihots. New York. June 28 • II" 5 WEF.KS: tGav Pride Weekl f~~~~-~=j'::! ~ ~hvw, Bt'rintc • II\ 6 WEEKS Grt'atl'r Muntrow Ru11inna Guild busineea buildin1it worktlbop & tradf' fwr J unf' :.!!'\ • I!\ 5 WF.EK." (Gay PridP Wt'ekl Montrme S:.·mphonic Band C'-4>ncert June 21'\ • I!'IO t; WEEKS iGay Pridl' W('('lt' Gav Pride Parade. from 5;30pm. IOCHl'IOO · Wt!9the1mf'r, June 29 • I!\ .S WF.F.l\S tGay Pride WH"kl Gay PohtlCBI C'auros Rally, Spat ts Park. Wauith Or. at Memorial Dr June 29 • N 6 WEBCS l~dence Dov. July 4 • IS"' WEEKS: Montr~ ~1ftball Leattue playoffii bt>¢.n. July 19·27 • I!\ 9 WEEKS U.S. Olympic Ft- ti,·al OJlt'n" Hou!<tcin. July 25-Au~ . .] • IN H WEEKS Gay Gom• 11. ·1riump Wl '86, • Aug 9-17, Soo FronclSCO • IN 12 WEEKS 4th anniversary of fedefol ruhng ogo1nsl Texas· "'homosexual condud law. Aug 17. 1982 • 1N 13 WEEKS Gay Softboll World Sertea x. New York City. Aug 24-30 • IN 14 WEEKS Women's Softball '86 World S.•. New HO't'4M'I. Conn .. 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Didato, Ph.D. News America Syndicate Special to the Montrose Vmce The chche. truth is i;itranger than fiction , tells it heist. A few years ago Brent Hansen pushed his hang glider off a cliff and promptly crashed to earth 600 feet below After ~everal days near death under in ten· .... 1ve care, he was diRcharged and soon returned to his favorite sport-hang glid­ing. Why do some people take chances? Humans. it sttms, have an insatiable urge for thrills. which exists in degreeti for an pt'r&ons from a high wire artist to a child on a skateboard. Profei-;~or Marvin Zuck erman. ph ychologist at the University of Delaware, call!-' thii:; trait "sensation seek ~ 1ng. ·• After some 30 years of study, he con· eludes that it is a universal and probably inherited characteristic. To test your thrill-seeking tendencies, try thiH short adapted version of a test used by Zuckerman in his research. Rate each item ahead on a scale of 1 to 3; 1 disagree, 2 agree, 3 agree strongly. 1. I get a kick out of faHt rides at the amusement park 2. On a hot day I like jumping into the ocean or a cold pool 3. I enjoy epicy foods. 4. I would like work that entails a lot of travel. 5. I enjoy bright. ratherthan soft. colors. 6. In school I would prefer a class discus­sion to a lecture. 7. I get bored ,;eeing the same familiar faces. 8. I prefer people who are emotionally expressive even if they are somewhat eccentric on unstable o Score Add up all your poinl.8 and use this atoi a guide-: 20-24 pomu.-You are a high thrill seeker 14-19 points-You have about average needs for thrills and new sensations. S..13 points-You are com~ervative and leffs of a risker than most people. o Explanation M_ost thrill seekers tend to strongly agree with the titatements. Zuckerman con · dudes that high and low scorerb differ in four main ways. High scorers have more: -·Thrill and adventure needs. They seek new sensations through risky actions like driving faAt, skiinJil, sky diving, etc. (items I and 2). *YOUR* HANOYMAN Do 1t Yourself Counseling All Phases of Construction Arc1"11tect & Design Available F 1am:mg Available 529-9755 JOnROB CONSTRUCTION Reasonable Rates References on Re':luest Call Jon. Don't Get Robbed.' 0 JOB TOO SMAll Ott TOO LARGE 2. Exl)(•rience and excitement needs. They rev themRelves up by adopting non­conventional lifestyles , trying exotic foods and traveling (items 3 and 4). o What makes people crave thrills? Professor Frank Farley of the University of Wi~consin at Maditoion , writing in the journal Psychology Today, reports experi· ments which show that males predomi· ante on a trait of thrill seeking. Thrill seekers have a physical need to maintain a high arousal level in their ner· vous systems. Sometimes called "adre· nalin junkies," they choose to be hyped up rather than calm. Their placid opposites, on the other hand, are bored with unusu­ally low levels of arousability and are responsive to much less mental or physi­cal stimulation. Compared with low thrill seekers, high thrill seekers tend to enter the helping pro-­Cessions such as mOOicine, social service and teaching. Such types also are prone to fall in Jove with high thrill seekers like themRelves. 3. Disinhibition. They tend to be exprei:; sive, bold and uninhibited. They are more outgoing, they like to drink and enjoy experimenting both socially and sexually (it.ems 5 and 6). 4. Boredom susceptibility. They have low tolerance and more dislike for boring company and constant and predictable situations. They often befriend offbeat and eccentric personality types (items 7 and 8). m4£ lfxifo 1011 Bel 659-0453 3 star Studded S"-5 Frt 10:30 p.m. Miss ~s NO NAME SHOW Sat. 6-8 p.m. THE BOOZIN BUDDIES Sun. 9-11:30pm MR. TRACY • CAST Happy Hour Dally 2·B wllh Drink Specials Wed. 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Since there was no clear­cut winner, it was anyone's guess who would come out on top. ConteRt-wiRe, this was as fun aR it was exciting, and aR fair as it could possibly be. The owners of the bar went to great lengths to produce a content in which anyone could enter and have an equal chance at winning. This was also a leather contest. Leather seems to have a bad name among many Houston men. For whatever reason, there seems to exist misunderstandings about what leather is and stands for. Perhaps this conteijt would clear up some of those misconceptions, and at theend ofregistra· tion 16 men had signed up. In the rehE'arsal the night before, we all had the opportunity to meet for the first time, and the pressure was on. Here were an attractive group of men, I think an older group as far as contests go. The first thing we did was draw numbers for our rM1pective poRitions in the line-up. I drew number nine. I didn't know if that was a good omen, but everyone has their own ideas about what is the best position in the line up. As we walked on stage, it was hard to imagine the next night the bar would be packed. It was. The contest brought out a large crowd, an attractive crowd of lea th ennen. It was apparent they were ready for a good contest. The first category was swimsuit. Swim­suits don't hide that much, and I think it was the hardest category to go through , but it felt great to walk across the stage with the crowd cheering. I was more excitNI than nervous, though, and glad the next category would be casual wear Boots Adams, our very capable MC, asked us questions during this category. ThE' crowd was responsive, and the con· tE'Rtants held up to the mounting pressure. The third category was leather, much anticipated and very well received. On this night, there could be no doubt that leather was alive and well in Houston, Tt•xns. The question we had to answer in this cat('gory waH "What does leather in 1986 mean to you'!" I don'tknow what thE' otht·r men 1mid, but I know we had to answer what wt• felt. It was up to the audi(•nce and judges to determine who was sinc('re and who wasn't. Glen Webber, Mr. Venture 1986 The wait for the announcement of the winners seemed to go on forever, and cer­tainly by this time the pressure was intense. When we were lined up on the stepH, we realized that at this time. it could be anyone's contest. I had at least hoped to place, so when the first and second runner ups were announced, I looked at the group to figure out who would be number one. I wanted it to be me-after all, I did enter with the idea of winning. It was very thrilliing to hear number nine called, and the reality really didn't sink in until I was handed the trophy. I was very proud to be there with Skip and Louis, the two runners up, and proud to be in a contest where our personalities were just as important as our looks. I think the best aspect of this was that everyone had an equal chance at winning. It takes a lot of courage to enter a con teRt. The best advice I can give anyone is to be true to your style, be comfortable with yourself-be yourself. You literally have to bare yourself in frontofpeopleyou probably know. And although winning feels good, being able to face the crowd with pride and e<>nfidence feels great. The real winnC'rs wC're the men who entered with me and I share my trophy with them As you rE>ad this, I will be in Chicago ai; a contt•stunt in the Mr. International Leather 1986 evt•nt. Mary's has a contest· ant going to ChiClll{O as well. and I know we will both ~how them true Houston spirit. ~ 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" MAY 23. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 13 Headaches and UTI's A Weekly Health Column sponsored b) the Montrose Clinic, this column is for you. the Voicen·ader. Buttheonlywa)·we can ansu1er your questions is if we know what they are. Please ~end your anonym· ous qurstions to: The Medicine Chest clo The Montrose Voice 408 A uondale Houston, TX 77006 The oth er day I had a really bad headache. How do I know if this is a normal headache or if there is some­thing seriously wrong? Headaches are very common in adults. The vast majority are caused by muscle tension, migraines or a combination of both. You may treat these with asprin or an asprin substitute. Only about10%ofall headaches are a result of an underlying physical problem. You should consult a doctor if: - you have a sudden severe burning, stabbing, bursting, or boring type of head pain; - you have pain in a specific location; - you have headaches that are pres-ent when you wake up but get better during the day; - a headache wakes you up; - a headache is ("(impounded by fever and or a stiff neck; or - a headache is accompanied by dou· hie vi~ion, weakness. or a numbness. or tingling jn the arms or legs. What i• a UT!? A UTI is a urinary tract infection. It involves the kidneys or bladder. The symptoms of a minor bladder infection are: - discomfort or burning with urina· ti on: - sense of urgent need to urinate; or - discomfort in the lower abdomen. The symptoms of a kidney infection are: - fever or chills; or - pain in the upper back or side. Antibiotics are nesst-sary to cure either fonn of UTI. Call a doctor as soon as you suspect a UTI. 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Guest Appearances, Donation at the Door THURSDAY: Live Band "Raven" Uve DJ Nightly-Floyd 14 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 23. 1986 'Ain't Misbehavin'' is Vampy, not Campy By Bill O'Rourke Montrose Voice Theater Critic Ain't Misbeha1.1in • \TUTS at the Music Hall) it; a sultry, smokey and, yes, sexy cabaret show This i:-1 a revue of Fats Waller's music Don't expect a plot or many spoken words. Do expect vampy but not campy, toe. tapping tunett. This is the blues side of the big jazz sound. Don't expect a large gospel influence, either. This isn't all Loungin at the Wal· dorf, but it is all understated. It's a little adrift in the huge sea of the Music Hall. SitcloMeordon'tgoatall. even as .".!ilky smooth as this show is. One can easily understand why producer Frank Young wan~ a )>E'rmanent home for TUTS, which is only two.thirds this size. The cast, all imported, makes the music feel tailor-made for them. Ken Prymus, a lovably big, bluff man, played the Lion in The Wiz. He has the feel of a bold, brave teddy bear. Even during hi1'1 cut-down song, "Your Feet's Too Big," you'd Jove to know him personally. Suave Andre de Shields was the title character in The Wiz. He has a second·act solo dance in a song about a mile·long marijuana joint. His body flows bone­lessly, gracefully along the stage. From back where [ was sitting, the ladies, though flawless. were just a little interchangeable. Still, I loved them all­Gail Boggs, Debra Byrd and Armelia MrQueen I whom you will remember from last season's Cabin ln the Sky). Just thinking back on this evening, with its wonderfully evocative Richard Maltby Jr. direction, makes me feel like I'm high, Andre de Shields and Armelia McQueen Am 't A-f1sbehavm' sitting in a smoky bar around 3:00 a.m. with a scotch and soda in my hand and the piano player smiling and winking at me 'cause he sees my hunky-stud boyfriend come walking through the door behind me. {TheRe people put four hyphens in "Honeysuckle-Rose.'') Do go, but if you have to sit very far back, pay a visit to Showtix first. LET US CRUISE YOU on our 4 7-foot luxury motor yacht. the Carol K. Available for day. overnight. weekend and full week charters 1n the Clear Lake and Galveston Bay areas. Fully insured Available for a party or ;ust the 2 of you for a lasting, trea5ured memory FOR AOOITIONAI. JNFORMATION CAI... 1713) 522-64 19 o Notes I really expected The Best Little Whore· house in Texas to be extended through this weekend. I really enjoyed it, but I won't tell you how much. It's no good my lording it over those unfortunate enough never to have seen this show on stage ...• Manchester is currently hosting Eng· land's first·ever production of Pat:ific OL'ertures, which Houston saw last fall at Stageo. In London, Cameron Mackintosh will probably stage the first Follies sometime •oon. TUTS has definitely scheduled Fol Iles for next Spring. Meanwhile in New York. one of the lead­ing off.Broadway comedies is about nuns-a bogus benefit variety show put on by the "Little Sisters of Hoboken (aka the Little Hobos)'', Nonsense. In Houston, the leading late night comedy is about a nun, too-Sister Mary Ignatius. And ~ome people don't think Houston's in the running! ... What do Stage's Talley and Son and TUTS' Ain't Misbehavin' have in com· mon? Each is the lOOth production of it respective theater! .• The AD. Players start their tour of Europe this week. They'll be taking their Christian repertoire to Germany. Switzer· land, Scotland and England .. The Alley's dynamite Orphans, which would have clof.ied Sunday. has been extended through June 8 .... To make up for losing Big Ril'er (and hou..•.?, PACE wilJ be ending this season with Ben Vereen in Pippin! As if that wer­en't enough, they'll be bringing Cats to Houston in October! •. Jim Siedow, an actor,,director whoHe work is often seen at Theater Suburbia, is acting m The Texas Chainsau• Massacre II. currently shooting in Austin .... The Moody Gallery is showing works by George Green through June 14 .... Classes: U. St. Thomas (non-credit): Screenwriting (begins 5126), adult acting (5127). and teenage acting(6/ 10): 522·7911 x305. This is the third and final call for nomi­nations for my Best of the Season column. If you want your voice heard, get a letter telling me about your favorite actor. actress, production, etc. into the VOICE offices by noon June 6 .• Works of George Green-Moody Gallny Get into the habit! St~des i llAI 1!'!S1:11H II fetf\u"/l/Jln ~rl1.Ju·/Jm•t.'lor The outr1111eousl1' hiltmo11s. .1cathingly funny lesson of a lifetime! SISTER MARY IGNATIUS EXPIAINS IT AU FOR YOU ~I' Christopher Durang Late \ight Performances ~·nda~ & SaturdJ\. I lpm Sunda~. 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'""'"" Bills paid 2 bt. 2 bath town hOuse $695 522.-0899 Montrose duple1t l BA central A, H 118 000 or lease 300 +bills 721-7207 GwM 40 seeks roommate to share luxur­ious townhouse Non-smoker non boCzer. no drugs $250 113 ul!ht1es 528- 7851 6-9pm 1506 Vet"mont 2 bed. 1\;bathlownhouse w.-o. trash compactor. security alarm $500 + ut1l1hes Tarrant Realty, 528-5456 - MONTROSE TOWNHOUSE 2412 Whttney. modern 2 BA. 2',"I bath secunty_ sundeck Garage. fireplace. sky­hghts. w10 $700 72S-.9274 - NICE VICTORIAN 3-2 3 bedroom, 2 blith. w1D. dishwasher. new carpets fresh paint. fenced yard. e1tcel· lent condition. He_'.__~hts. ~4496 Must sell1 Large condo 1ns1de the Lo0p on Wild Indigo at Newcastle Cenlral Hea­VA1r. all apphances. covered parking. like new condition Pool. $39.000. 237-3622or 664-9138 [!-~':!,~k~~u:~~1~:n~c'e~~::;: $75 a "'e• Bills paid Have great plans For more tnfo call Charles 526-9226 MOn1rOse8tf1C1.,cy. rurns1hed. $200. $50 deposit. • efectr1c Tom Hamilton. 861- 1011 ARCHITECTS HOME For rent !or relined 1ndrviduaJs. com­pletely restored and modefntzed. e1tclu­s1ve inteftOrs. built-ms. high c&tlings largft rooms_ LR. DA. BA. BA. breakfast· ik1tchen. ut1htyhouse. greenroom. decks designed scupture yard. parking Hyde Park Subchv1sion Call UI 523-7751 after ~~ - MEMORlAL·HflGHTS Need Roommate lor charming older 10- room house w10. microwave. fully fur­nished lo sha·re with 2 attractive GWM 862·4058. le8'¥e message G, M seekS roommate to share 2 bedroom apt in Westv•ew area. 200 • '6 uhl1t1es 6fl<r.7956 Burlington Apartments GREAT LOCATION Close to Downtown in Montrose Area. Small Community, Adults Only, Nice Pool, Jacuzzi, large Closets, Big Winduu·s, Free Mo1..'ie Channel, Well Mainlamed I and 2 Bedrm. Effective Rent from $249 3502 BURLINGTON 623-0249 EMPLOYMENT & JOBS WANTED LOOKING FOR HOUSEBOY to clean & do ma•ntenance W1 supply re >m & t. )8rd salary Cal A( ib1 1e 668- • ,. PERFORMING ARTS Ticket oll1ce personnel SOughl lul· part time ExceJlent verbal skills requrred Base pluscommissin..-. Call Mr $ct'lwartz after 11am '526--53~ (MISC.) FOR SALE TI ;o .1t~ C< in"<O Dt Drive TE C print( Nf it1 but easy 524- 5499 l O'a MAHOGANY DESK tor salP Good cond111on. large $550 652- 7652 M-T 8am-12 JOpm Eves 667·7794 Used ice machines tor !U le 643--0573 FOR YARD SALES See ads under ·yard Sales" at lhe end ol the Montrose Clas11hed MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS Full body rub by hot young man Joe:S-20- 9789 MASSAGE CLASSES OR MASSAGE ITSELF Four clasSM tor $100 Two people per ~~~:ng~~~!-~~2 ~~;.~:11~-~~~ Bill o·Aourke (yes. h1m1) The Cad!'lac ol Massage David-ET 622-4530 PERSONALS IF YOU ARE HISPANIC And would like to meet SOMEONE NEW TO TEXAS. t am GWM Blond/Br. 5"11'", ~~Ve~.artl~:~g f~;~~~~ilO~l::i~- Good times. beach. quiet dinners. lazy nights at home movtes. friendship. pos51- ble relationship (etc) Reply ad 28~P- Clo Voice GwM 18. 180. BR BL looking for attrac­tive good-looking nice gay Hispanic men Send phOto & phOne to PO 801t 8844 Woodlands_ TX 77387 LOOKING FOR ME? Young_ profess1onat GWM seeking mas­cuhng. hairy_ older !24·45) professional Must be top into quiet evenings dating ~ks outdoor weekends. cuddling Am 5 11 . 165. Br· BL hairy_ cute. playful sta· ble Call 630-0939 or Blind Bo1t 290-N ROMANTIC Goodlooking GWM early 305. non~ smoker. slrm. keeps 1n shape. around 6' 1ns1de Loop. clean-shaven. cotlege­educated. diverse interests. tired of bars into sale se1t & romance Wants to meet same Please reply Blind Ad 291-W clo Voice CLAS SI PHONE Houston s new telephone c1ass1!1ed ad service Place your personal ad FREE al 526--4423. Let everyone hear your own Class1Phone ad ne1tl weet-; at 526-4669 PhOne 526-4423 for dela•ls & to place your ad today ST. AGNES ALUMNI Am wishing to contact lesbians who attended St Agnes Academy 1n Hous1on tor mlormal get together and possible on· going group Bo1t 29(>.M clo Voice R.S V P GWM early 30-s_ a11ractr11e. stable. well traveled Entoys cooking_ entertaining arts. and movies Seeks similar ind1v1dual with mleres1 in datmg1pos51ble relation­ship Reply Bo1t 290-J. Clo Voice Nice looking. professional GWM. 31. 6 , 170. slim build stable and loyal Interests include sports. outdoors. movies and TV quret hmes Non-prem1scuous and not mlo bar scene Se~1ng GM with same quat1t1es and interest Reply IOB01t 290-C. co Voice WANTED GWF 25·32 Prefer blond. blue Professional non-smoker, drugs. drinker W•ll pay tor surrogate mother Send photo w a note about yourself and number Senous only Ha1ty Men1Ha1r1ans Adllst into $2 00 Hair. 59 West 10th NYC 10011 Montrose Classified Big Daddy seeks Bad Little Boy for dom1 nation & tight d1sc1pl1ne Wnte Bo1t 701041. Houston. TX 77270 SPECIAL FRIENDS A dating service !or Houston·sgay profes· sionals No videos or computers Aeaso" nable membership lees Conhdenhal-'Personal service We care who you date• Call Cindy at 522-2551 J .0 .E. The Society of J 0 E 1s a pnvale organt~ zation which hosts a sale se1t erotic encounter group three nights a weetl Adm1ss1on is limited to members Because visual st1mulat1on among members is part ol the atmosphere. there are physical (and mental) conditions which must be met to be a member PHYSICAL You musl be reasonably a1tract1ve You must not be e1tcess1vely ov~';:J~:~ ~~ ~uus;t ~ :~ ~~1~r.th• closet gay male-an open gay community member You mus! be seU-conl1denl about your se1tual1ty Now here·s what J 0 E 1st In the past 2 months. J 0 E has signed up over 100 ~ne~~,r~ a~~~s~h~r:.~~nPi~/~~;~c1t11~~ ~!~-~;~·nl~ngn:f~·~. ~nh~~t;~~1 :h~~:~ be able to guess lrom our 1n1hals At J 0 E you"ll hnd gay men celebrating Pi~~ ~~1~1~~~~sar comaradene And you"ll Let us put 1t th1s way II you know whal J 0 E is. you"ll probably en1oy J 0 E If you are not sure. you m1ghten1oyaJ.O E meeting But 111t all seems a l11tlew1erd to you. you del1nilely would not en)OyJ 0 E MEETINGS Friday Night. beg1nnmg IOpm (no admission after 1am) Sunday Night. beginning 8pm fno admission alter 9pm) Monday Night. beg1nn1ng 8pm •no adm1s51on alter 9pml For lhe address and more 1n forma1t0n catl 520--0206 Membership fee 1s $1 Dues per v1s1t are $5 PHONE SEX Our service connects guys 24 hrs a dey No models or scnpts Hot Hve actlOn Call now (415' 346-8747 CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Don't take those pictures ol your boy­friend to the drug store_ Bring them to Henry·s 1-Hour Photo. 428 Westhe1mer tor conl1dent1a1 photo developing and g~~~~Pu1 ~~nt~rom~~ecl:;~·a~di~~!r;~~ possible OUR POC1CY 0n Se1tua1iy~EXplic1tAdver­t1smg The Montrose Voice does not believe that humans engaging 1n consenl· 1ng se1tual acts with one anolher is immoral Our readers are encouraged to advertise here lo seek rela1tonsh1ps encounters. adventures. etc All adverhs mg should. however. not contam Ian· guage that would offend an unsuspecting reader A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Frederick Brandt can show you how to have active lun or play fh':~'~:m.~.~~:~.;;:.l::,r,s;:.n~:~I~ 1!~ you how to write an ad that really slands out. what 10 e1tpect when you place or r95pond to an ad. and even what all those funny httle abbrev1at~ons mean_ Send $8 to ··c111ss1hed Affairs.· Alyson Pub . Dept P-5. 40 Plympton. St. Boston. MA 02118 (Also included will be a coupon for $5 olf on your ne1tt Personals m your ch01ce of 25 gay publications. mcludmg the Montrose Voice) PLAY SAFE S11le seic is fun. erotic. Play sale. lor your sake. !or your partner's sake YARD & GARAGE SALES HAVING A YARD SALE? An1 JCe 1t here then stand back fur thecrcwd Ca "29-8490orv1s1ttheV01ce at 408 Avondale tr place- your yard sale announcemenl The Montrose Voice Ifs The Place to Advertise Call 529-8490 and You will be in Next Week's Newspaper of Montrose b'I SITTt1ud: QUICK REFERENCE (Tear Out & Post by Phone) Alo~ f, s2•-1•37 A16S Ho11 ..e.s ]211 - AMBULANCE, 911 C11yHll 22'2-Mlll 6("(;1or ... ldl >r -Sis.-3211 F1RE, 911 Gay Pcl•l•Cll Caucus. 521-10oo Gsy & lei1b•1n s\.w1tchboar<i: .. 52Q.3211 L11wyer see sd9 ~ ~19="~211 - MOflllOM Chn1c 5211·5531 MonlH>M Courifflmg Cir 52!Hlo37 MONTROSE VOICE ·sn.8-490 POLICE, 911 _ J••1W1 1n.-ri ... Pot •Cornmuni11cn -s~ r'"• •" ',. u ,,.., 889-0000or veiicw 236-1111 Time. 1.fnp .,,, .. ,h..- M• 7111 Voter reg.a1•1t•on '2'2•-1919 ex1310 Montrose Voice Classified Advertising ;,';!!• ;:;~O:f"Q'r,;'.'; ~'~-:;,:,r~~nj;,:;h;J.~9:~':;:,' ':n.":::f'P9' F<N regu1., d• P'•r •M'''''nfl THE HEADLINES: Headline words m bold type, centered. are $1 each word (mm1mum $3 per lme). (Centered bold headlines can. also appear withm the text or at the end of the ad. and are also $1 per word, with a minimum of $3 per lme.) THE TEXT: Each word in regular type is 40¢. (Additional regular words in "ALL CAPS" or Bold Words not in all caps are 55¢ each Additional BOLO WORDS in all caps are 70¢ each.) EXAMPLES: THIS HEADLINE $3.00 Then each addihOnal word hke this 40¢ THESE TWO LINES HERE TOTAL $6.00 Then each add1t1onal word like this 40C TiiESE THREE LINES ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CENTERED, BOLD, $9.00 Then each additional word like this is 40¢ ADDIT10NAL CAPITAL WORDS LIKE THIS IN TEXT ARE 55¢ EACH Addttlon•I bold words Ilk• thl9 In text •re SSC each. ADDITIONAL BOLD, 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 dunng the run, pay for the full run in advance .• ~nd deduct 15CVo Aun the same ad 13 weeks or longer under the same cond1t1ons and deduct 25% BLIND AD NUMBERS: Want secrecy? Ask for a Blind Ad Number We'll f~en~~~n!118~~rfg:;;ca:'k~~:i:f~~~re:ig~~~~~~~ ~~~ubls~~i~~~b~~ec:~iri1~ forwarded 1ndef1nitely. however, for as long as they come in.) ORDERING YOUR AD: You may mail your ad in or phone it in. You can pay by check. money order. Mastercard. Visa. American Express, Diner's Club or Carte Blanche. Or we'll bill you DEADLINE: Classified ads received by3pm Wednesday will be placed 1n that week's newspaper Ads received later will be placed in the following week· .. newspaper ANSWERING A BLIND AO: Address your envelope to the Blmd Ad number. Clo Montrose Voice, 408 Avondale, Houston, TX 77006-3028 It wilt be for·· warded. unopened. to the advertiser Enclose no money. ADDITIONAL NOTES: A ··word" is considered anything separated by ·spa· ces." except hyphenated words are considered 2 words when each segment is a recognized word if 11 stood on its own. A .complete phone number. mcludmg area code, 1s 1 word. City. state and zip 1s 3 words bold line bold line text words bold line Use additlonal paper if necessary CATEGORIES: 0 Announcements O Accomodat1ons (lod~ing for Houston visitors) o Cars & Bikes 'Ei ~~~ro~~:~, f~~~~ ~av;,~~~n&s,~~~~~~S~r: O Models, Escorts. Masseurs D Personals 0 Pets o Rides O Travel O Yard & Garage Sales PLACE MY SERVICE-ORIENTED AD UNDER __ _ _ _IN THE ''GREATER MONTRos5~~~~1fil' tA~~OPPING DIRECTORY," bold headline words at $1 each (minimum $3 per line) regular words in text at 40¢ each ALL CAPS regular words in text at 55¢ each Bole; words In text at 55¢ each BOLD ALL CAPS in text at 70¢ each Blmd ad number assigned for $3? Complete issue of newspaper with my ad in 1t mailed to me. $1.25? 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 AO(S) _ __ o Also. I wish to receive The Voice home delivered each week 1 have enclosed (or will be billed or charged. as indicated below) an additional o $29 for 6 months or D 549 for 1 year TOTAL ENCLOSED or to be billed or charged _ METHOD OF PAYMENT; D Check enclosed D Money order enclosed o Cash O VISA charge D MasterCard charge D Diners Club charge o carte Blanche charge 0 Amerc1an Express charge O Bill me If charging. card expiration date Credit card number Signature Name Address Phone(s) for venflcat1on of ad. if necessary MAIL OR BRING TO Montrose Voice. 408 Avondale. Houston, TX 7700&3028 OR PHONE (713) 52!1-8490 weekdays 10am-5:30pm MAY 23, 1986 ' MONTROSE VOICE 21 MONTROSE RESOURCES DDDDDDDD An A C.pella Chorus. Church olChn•I POB 66734. 17266. 528-1852 A Place 1n the Sun, 522· 7695 - ACLU, 1236 w Gr1v. 524-5925 AIDS Hothne. 529-3211 (G&L Sw•lchbo&rd)" American Gay Alhet1!s. POB 66711,77266:521- 9255 Astro R1mbow Society !or the 0 .. 1. 520-0732 (TTY! Avondale Aun. POB ~- 77266 meets 7 30pm 2nd Thurs. Women'• Chn1han Ctr. 310 Pac1hc Azul10 Womyn's Magazine. 8130 SW Fwy 11335 266-5237 Benng ,_.emonal Unit.cl Method11t Church. 1440 ~;>k~a~k12:!.!:fa~~15f'::.3~U:J:,,al1~: Pncle Week pet •hoW •pm Jun 28 Chotces Unhmrt.cl. 529-3211 (Gi.L Sw•IChbollrd) Ctvist111n Church ol the Good Shephltf"d. 1707 ~~rose svc lpm Suo. Bible lludy 7 JOpm (Montrose) Chu;ctl ol Ch;;s~ 3207 ~Q-nj;°OI-;: 524-9281 l'<'CS 2 30pm Sun CiiUrCnO!Chr";ii,a-;;-F'l:t,,--,840~Wftth."7;" 52!J..8005 s"'cs 10 45am Sun. Bible 1ludy 7 30pm Wed. Re"' Chns A Rice. ~s1or Church OltheRock. ~~ avCISun 1030.m Citizens '°'" Huml.i fQUa+•ly (CHE.I.-POB 304S 77253. 680-3346. 937-3516 mee12nd Tues. 2414 Gram.rcy ~~ Colt •s·s blarfeu -But"ief pm. me;tS-1t -e·r.zo. A•'lef'Bottom. 2400 Brazos. 528-9192 roller1k1t· •rig Carousel A1rik oll 1-10 3rd Tue Comm;11ff-10rPUb17C-Hi.-1th A;l,enff, -pee 3045. 77253. 528~. 622-5084 "'Sharlr'lg Group !or !hi Womod Weir· lnffl Fro, 7-epm, Montrose Coun ... 1ng Ctr COmmun1fYF'Ol;t-,caTAci;o:n-co,.,m,1tee (C. PACI. POB 2005, 77252. 236-8666 CO;;mumty GoapeiC!r".3207 Mon1r0te, S21- os11 S¥CS 11am Sun. 7 30pm Thur• CO,,gregai1on"Ayu Ch1Y,-m728-5111. &8H:997 ~2nd & 4th Fn HOiiday IM. 0.1111 Room, M1lf1 & Blodgett ~:t!'wH4~'j:"~~~~'(;~~ndeWeek Cr1s.IHo1~sOS-- - ~ - - ~moComm•tteeolGPC:~ -­Qtiia"; m• si"ucty GrOuP. -.oe-Avonci111-:-S2i9S5A O.anlFOUndat1on:VOO M1;on:Si•-m1 OigMy Ctr. 3217 Fannin. 52i-011"11li 1nm¥ party 8pn'I May 25. l'lome to Oign1ty1Hou. Cou­ples Hou. Gay & Leab••ri H•pan!CI Unu:los. Gay hthets. Gay Mothers. Hou Gay Pride Week Comm1t1ee. MontroteACh¥•tyCtr. HouWomerfs Soltblll League O.g'M°y1Hou (Q,.y C1th0iici). 3217F.nfilf.. 528= 0111. 523-7544 mua & aoc1aJ 7 30pm Sit ESOPS PriVl18Pio-1eu.on11SOc11J Club. 961'. 9876 Federation ol Ch1rlt1 ..U n1t~a!Serv .. cet (FOCUSSJ 1oont lundr111mg arm ol G&L Swolchboard. AIDS Foundat•on. Mori1ro11 Cl1n1c, Monlrose Countehng Cir 111-un.tii.lmChurch.52iOF9nnm~157i-l.,c 111S.mStm FrOfltrunners. Joe 520-8019 Of S.1~~ 1298 n.ms 9am Sun. 6 30pm Tues & Thurs. llom Memonal P1rk Tenm1 Ctr. Gay Pnde Weett 1port1 day Jun 21 G•y & Allw Shanng Expanenc-i{G.t.SIT.528- 1311. 52&-0991 Gay & Le&b<ari Atch1.,et01T.1i11.11l180i ltH Inc Gay & Lesb7.ti-Mormor\s~ff13·We.1n;,m;. •6040. 77098. 5&&-1413 Gay & L•bo•n Sludent Ass~'ii"UOtH"Box3t4 '800 C.1houn. 529-3211 (G&L Switchboard) ~:2r~~,~~~~;!~~~n":59,~1~= TTY. AIDS Hotlo.ne. '90f'llOr ·Parting Gl1nc11 Greenwsy3ThMterJun 18 Gay As1ana & Friands. 785-3633 or G&L Switch- '°''' Gey Fathers. J211"'FaITT11n. 528--0111, 2frfrii. 391.e653 G&L Hispanic• urudO"l.POB 600921. 1126o. 521· 3641 meet17 30pm2nd Mon. Dignity Ctr. "Baile Hou 1986·· Gay Pride Week e¥1nt Jun 27. A11ro Villege Hotel Gay Mothlrs maets O<gmty Ctr Gay Nurses Alh1nce. 18()-9486 Gay People 1n Chr11t11n Sct1nce. Bo;&n~ la•re 77401. 665-2642 G.Y Pol1tocaJ Caucua ~666&t1726tf 521-1000 offoces900 Lovett •101. meets HOl•day lnn. South M11n al Bl•lt 111 & 3rd Wed. Mem­orial Day picnic. CMnyhunl Park. May 26 Oemocr1t•C Party primary eleel•on runoll Jun 7. Gay Prtde w..- comm"""'Y awarcla d1nr'lef Jun 21. Gay PndeWM!t Parada &Spo111 Plfk Rally """,. iHou1G1y Pr7oe Weea C"Ommottff. P0886821 77266. Sl1n FOfd !i23-7&44 or C.thy Len1h1n 868-6256 puD!lc mftl•ng JUfl 1, 4pm O<gruty Ctr, parade committee ~1•"9S Jun 1. Jun 26. aller 4om public meet no. Oig"'ty Cir, Gay Pride Week Jun 18-29. G&L Swrldiboard 1ponaor1 Part•no Gl•non. GrMf'WIY s C1Mm• Jun 18 commemora11onol raldori ~•ry •.Jun 20: Sports ~~ 2~u~:,~· l~~n.~~~.% 's;'.:~~~:,vnr Montrose Ar1 AH1ance e•l'ITtl•t 130-11 pm Jun 23 The Group'" l•~thNtlf preMflt1t1on Jun 24 Tx Gay AOO.O A11n event Jun 25 Day ol Aemem­beral\ CI Jllfl 2S Gay & Lest>ten H11pa.,1cs Un1- do1 '"Baile Hou 11Ul6 Allro V1t11gfl Holfll Jun 27. GPC commun•IY 11wards dlnnar Jun 21. Bering Ch11rch pancake br .. klatt 11am-3pm & pel show 4pm Jun 28 Greatftr MonHose Bus•netl Guild bln•nea bulltd1ng wo•••hop & trarte la•r 9 JOem-3 )(lpm Alten P1r1< •rin Jun 2". Montrose Symphonic Band conc;ert Jvn 18 Lc>wtr West =r~~?; J~ §'JC)p(n Jun 29 GPC GrN1et Mon1roM Bua;"-s G"'ld. Pfiy•l11 f;e ~:: ~~;-=: ~:.~;~1 b.ri;~ S"J~~ =~~ng~~":o:;"X~~:';';~~'X:m~~~ Allen Pa" tnnJun21S T"9 Group·ttla~JOewatts 522- 2204 meell 7pm Thurs. O.gnoty Ctr 3217 Fa1 n1n Gay Pride Wtlftk presentation Jun 24 Hu•;.;tch Product•ons. POB81!.242. 77266 ift­blan concerts everrts. frM ma•~twjj list .H.o.m.o ph°11e lnterfa•th Alltance. 729 Mlnor.""Sn. ~&L-Eng.Men &Sc:-;ent;Sts-pQB 86631. 77006. 439-1879 meets 7pm '1h Tues Hou Bar Own1rt Assn (HOBO!. CJ0BrazosA1ver Bollom. 2400 Brazos. 528-9192 meets 2pm 3rcl Wed Hou Commumty CloWns. 862-8314 Hou Council of Clubs, 526-8054 Hou Data Proles110flals. 523-6922. 664-6459 meets 7 30pm 2nd Tues Hou Flag & Droll Corps. David Walker pres. 952- 2775after9pm Hou Gay Health A<tvocates. Steve Bur1on. 71K>­i448 maets 7 30pm ISi Sat Hou Gay Sludents Assn. 747-3098 Hou tnt1J·F111h Alh•nce contact through lnte­gr1ty1Hou Hou MOlorcycle Club. c/o Mary's 1022 Wesltiet­mar. 528-3851 Hou North Prol1U10n1ls POB 3840. Humble 77347. e111 a1 821-7126 meet 7 30pm 2nd Sit ~oOr Group (HOG). 521·3641 or Jim 680-3144 rollltf" ak1trng w•th COit •Sa. C.rovael Rtnk off 1·10. 3rd TIMI HouslOn Tenms Club. Roch 524-2151 ~ lpm Sun & 7 30-tpm Thurs. Homlr Ford T9MIS c .. Hou-Tex Tann11 Club. 0.¥id 926-7171 pii.y 1030am-130pm Sun. 730-Spm Wed. Hcrm9r Ford Tann•a Ctr (-MU-fUAL TENNIS eYentS6th 1nnu11 "U s Gay Opan·· Nat•onal Tenms Tourn1rnant May 24-26 Sin F11nc1sco. Gay Pride Week sports day Jun 211 I/Hine POB 1&M1. 77222. 69'·1732.-529-7014 al11hated group• are lnter1ct B'uamo·•A P1ac1 on !he Sun. Montrose Art Athance. G&L Arch1wff ol Tx. G&L Swrtdiboard. MonTrosfl SymphonlC Ben¢ board meet 7 30pm 1st Thun (varied IOca· t•onsl educ1t10t11I forum 7 30pn Srd Thun T•fioll'SpUkers· Bureau:POB 391 -S..111re 77401.~4064 ln190"f,ty; HOu -· 1·Ei);scopa1-;-an ~. POB 66008" 77266. 524-1489 meets 7 30pm 2nd & 4111 Motl Aulry House. 6265 Main in·t.;ac1 (o'llr 40 gn:iup1. POB 16Q4i"7'7222. .. '732 Ira Okay~r1"n1tSk1nner sn-2•1icxA10S"FM­da11on 524-AIOS mee1s Wed afternoot1s. Berlflg Church J OE.!Tifftl Mondays 7pm-11m KPFT Aad•o. FM-90. 419 Lovell Blvd. ~ ;~!:kt~~h'~ ie:t~~~-'=~'"~~:.; ~ ~ •OOom KS'AIOS Found1hon IOfm.;-~AIOS Foundation ~ K1~1irru.~CUJ8-i1~ ~I Hydf.i 811 Gr1ce11-nd. 8111 Mafc.9'72&- 1032 Lambda Ctr Gay Alcohol!CI & Al1"°'1. 121' Jo ~::·. 5!1 ~'-':.-'- 2 -.-vo-,.-B-. ""'°-MOlitroae '1229. 52&-3171 L•bt•n COuples MOnttose Cou"91t•ng Ct; group Lesbo11VG.Y R8l0Urce S...c~rve~it;ol Hou 4800 Cllhoun. box 309. n004 7•9-1253 meets 2 J()pm 11ternate Tues, Spmdlelop Room. 2ncl l100r.Um.,1rt1tyCtr let Ua Enler1H'I You w~;c. Ott:iau Council ol Ck.lbs. 526-8()5.f L•le Isa~ Montrose Counse•..ng Ctr group The L•ttfe Church. 212 Fargo. sn-7595 ·aves 2:30pm Sun L•¥•nii w.•-•- Chu~,-.,,,-.- ,,.-.~..n -.-.. -,Oprnl SYCI 6pm Sun. Hottday Inn M1tn & Blodgett. Al't JNnnaLag~lt Lone Star Nudist Group. POB 740572. 7727• Lower We1the1mer Poliee So~Stat10t;:-G We&ll'lelmlf. 529-3100 Luthenns ~necl. meets 11 GrKe Lutheran Church. 2515 Waugh_ 931--0648 meet 3rd Tuea .....,,,ng1 McAdory House. CJo AIDS Foundation. "11 Montrose Box 1155. 524·2437 ~~7~.g~~~32,'1 ~&rtle~Ji~~i:~ meets bl-\11' .. kty Matr090l;t-,n-Como'---m-,n-•ly_C_h-urch of tr;-~. rect1on !MCCR! 1919 Decatur 861-9149 pot­uck d111ner 7 30pm 1st Sat monthly '"'cs 104S.m & 715pm Sun & 7 15pmWed. member· 'ltup inqu11ers c1111 7 30pm Mon, edJJC1hon ~~J:'5~Wed1Ye1nallOl\alpr1y•"'.g for Metropol•tan Penl~-J Churc~ 686-ii28o 1...cs 2pm Sun. Benrog Activ•I- Bldg M"lbefry at Haw1home iHOu1 Metropohtin ~w.nd E"5embie~ 52H610: Meets St Slf!Pflen1 Eposco~r Church. 7:-10 Wee! Moo1rosa Acl;;,•ty Ctr Clo Dignity Ctr MontroM ArtAi1o1nce. 6i4~iis:&°J14:8f - 5332: 1ll1h1!e I H Inc rT-a 2nd Mon Gay p w..-.. ed·obtt 7 ~11pm Jun 23 Mon1roae81.&1neu Gu+ia aee G-;;.tet" MOJ>tl'C Bus Guild MootroM CIVIC Club ... Nftrtciwn AUii Mo.1troseC. .iic ai:i3Haw1riom.- ~-$5,31 Oil Mon Tue. Thin 8-iprn ~:'~":;~~CC~'~~C:~~,.9=~ rnae11. MonlroH-Coun'Sel1n;clr~ 900" Loveti ,203·;29_ 0037 AIDS VICt•m support gro"p 6 JOpm Mon Wolflen'a Support Group 7pm Tues Lrl1 ... un 5 30pm Wed, Leabian Couples epm Mon ,M,.o,n.t l'Ol115*ngers. gay men·• Chorus. M •II b26- ~;i;rose N~h~ A-w:lrnftl Group. !)29· Mor>trose s01t-bell- LHQU9 fi0a-n'.2Tz. n2;!1 524-3144 ••SOit play ~ Sun thru JUt 13 ll•tePI May 25. Jun 29. Jul 6l. Lawrence Field. W 10th vii N Shep'-d. Gay Pode Wiik sports day Jun 21 Alf-Star Games. OIRH • .Jun 21 lten-l:~: t~~;~ ~~2~~·1,~ftb8FI WOOCI Mr~,-,,_ SP...fbAU11,ti5Ai serespec1l~1utt­; rn . Gay Pode Week 1p0rts dly Jun 21 MOf'llrOH Sy;;,non.c Band P08666U77266 527-i45' rn111 130pm Tun. D•;r>•ty Ctr 3217 F1nn1n. al! ,1tf1 H inc Gay Pl"ldl! Weekconc1111 J"'"' MOOE '52i.MOAE 529-0037 ~ a1'CCih08ism outp.e tient tr11tment pgl'l'l PfOJICl MOf'l!roH CounMl­lf'lg Ctr Motne.S:----a;.oU~P IM-5502 583-8926 meets 7 30pm ltt & 3rd Tue. Oignrty Ctr MSA7M0n-,;.giit~play S1~anes 8200 Braresma•n. Ste¥e 592-4597 Gay Pnde Wee!!; aports day Jun 21 MSAiThurs N•ght1M•xed League) BowTmg. M•ke We•klrt at 973-1358 play 9pm Stadium Lanes l!200 Braam1•n. Gay Pride Wee!t; &ports day Jun 21 MSA P~(i; 1ardsl League. Oebboe Scot1 973- 1358 or Dennis Lord 660-6752 G1y Pride Week IPOrl• day Jun 21 MSA/Volleyban. Marl! 522-1469 games 7pm Tues Gragory-L•ncoln tchool, 1101 hf\. Gay Pnde WMk sports day Jun 21 Mon!roM W11ch aibgroup N•rtown ASll'I ~ Lnbtan & G1y Alcoholrsm Profession· Ill (NALGAPI. TP:H chapter. Aon C<wey 921- 3132 ~ 7pm 2nd Sal Montra.e Coonseting Con•• N11•on•""' G~.-,~-~,=lh~E~....,-.~,~~F~-.-.,~ ,on~S2~3- 520< =~o;~~,:~f= :~~~ii~~~;n· N;;rtOwn A1ari Montrose C.v~ubf 1413 Wes!hetmer maet 7pm 4th Tum Ne.'1ow-ft -&,.inn.a Alhl"r\Ce 529-7010 meets :rpm 2nd WM l•berty Bini< 1001 Westt>etmer Ne;F;eeoom Chn1t11n Church, 829 Yaie:-863- 8377 1¥CS tOllm Sun Ow1Nlers MOf,ymouiCtO M~trose eoun.ei­< ng Ctr 900 LOvfttl. Peggy at 526-4015 lnffll &pm Sun Mor-trosa Counseling Ctr & 8pm Wed Benng Church iuo Harold p;;'9,,\s &friends of Lnb11M & G8Y$ !Paren!s FLAGI. 484-6663 !T'!eelS 2pm ')rd Sun Presby ten.an Ctr 41 Oal<clllle Partt. ~ CtO N...no.;n CCm~ruly f,,.. hoiae 7'1·152• Paz yL.iwr9eoon-POBllOOl63. fr200 862-1Ais ~nt.--ciub ,pa, pl'elloef.its~-POB 88&4' n2'96. m-«>24 ,R,.,C_f,M 11Qf\a1l-FundCOf..im;;;:;-R~ Reneoac1n ineets ai fi,a-Ba;I;. 110 Pao11C:S.2S:. 9427 Cit.lb ntgf'lt Tl'lurl A.C.1inr ... aaY L-.ri&;p~p. 529-3211 iG&L Sw1!cflbollrd) RCfhkO ChlP&tl. 1~oa.52'".98.)i" Shini1 Of'T;-c:Our.Mbng l0t &1ll!-l:hreaten11"Q llltlffMS 52"-2·-'--"---- - SOe.etY lot 2nd Sell (T,..Essl -Gull Coest TranS¥ff!tle ChlP(ltf". P08 90335 77090 ~-;-tcK- ~p;(,mO~azon sM». Masochlsrr1 {SPASM! POB 70996. 77270 G&L Sw•tchboal'(f !l.29-3211 ~nd1nc8C.tue Co soc,.l club, c.OTl'le 88rn 710 P1c1foc:: $28-9427 T. -Gay Rodeo -.....,, 1TGRA~ Ct\8p~ Drawer 1194 POB 68973. 77006. 526-5001 Gay PnOe Week eYef'tt Jun 25 .T,.. .H.u.m.a.n -A,Qtit1-~r;d.1ton 900 LOven•206 f;-R,llW&. c. o ff.pcotd:1l•-fi1rvlt'w·. 521-2792 Wwe·-eowi.ng- -Myii-123-1455 OOWIS 7 30pm Sun. ~ O•k ec ... ng Lanes G•y Pride w .... lt>Ort• day Jun 21 waik 10r-\Jr.ty. Gay Pnoe Week COmm•tt.--G"ay Pnoe v.eei.. •• 1., Ju.rt 22 W•l•yan F.1kiwsnop ~ - w .. 1ne.mefCotony Arts Aun ioo1 wes1tie~r •163. $21-0133 W?WE,,e,-MaPPflned lo Biby Jane M·x.d &,..1,ng L .. gua. Baty Phelp& !l93-0243 - t>owia 8 45pm Thurs Stadium La"8S Gay Pnde w~- apo111 o.y Jun 21 Women·• BC"*llr>Q LNgue. Debbte 973-1358.. 5pm Suri Sl8<hum Lanes. 8200 Braesmarn Gay Pr1dfl WMk &pOrt.1 day Juri 21 Women·sloiiiiY~A~~li­Women's -Sollt);ii'ltlagua. 8431 P1ne1h.cie 77009. Cathy or Carolyn 8M~S6 games Sun :,";!1~~~G~lh:fl ~:s ~,:· d:~':ius~ 21, AN Star Games. Danas. Jun 21 1tentat1 ... e). Women·1 WOfld Sanes Labor 01y weekend. New Ha....,,. Ct Wom1n Space ~-~~ki69-6----si0" BAvi0WN Baytown Lambda Group '27·1378 7 30pm Odd Fro ADS BY THE INCH In addition to our regular classified rates of paying "by the word," you can purchase space here ··by the inch." When buying by the inch. you can include special art, logos or fancy typestyles REGULAR RATE ,. $34 2·· $44 3- $54 4 WEEK RATE , .• $29 2" $39 3" $49 13 WEEK RATE ,. $24 2' $34 J- $44 26 WEEK RATE ,. $19 2·· $29 3- $39 22 MONTROSE VOICE I MAY 23. 1986 Greater Montrose Service and Shopping Directory f( 00 cwt - 1n th ~e. coil 52Q-84QO ClJr'""g bu• ness hours ADVERTISING PROVIDING A SERVICE? Keep t ~t~ here in the Montrose Vo1 where loterally theusands turn each week VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Ad11er11se your proless1onat service through a Vo1ceClass1f1ed Call 529-8490 Pay by check or charge 1f on yo American Express. D1ner·s C1 b MastetCard Visa or Cart Bianchi AUTO SALES. LEASING Also see Cars & Bikes t;1assit1ed' page ANTIQUES j-Ste;h;.'..;"°& V;;c"; I Antique Shop- I I Resale Shop I I 20% off w ith this Ad! I 4i5" tt~lghl~ 8'1'~ci. I 'til6da1h; 0Hj tPn1!itnTou·n· J ~--~----- ART REPRODUCTION QUALITY ART REPRODUCTION Cooks pn.,111P1 52t 521 ATTORNEYS WERNER R. VOIGT, JR 3212 Sm111 ;11J2 . .::i21-a033 AUTO REPAIR TA" AUTOMOTIVE 1411 Taft 522-2190 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE AUTO REPAIR & BODY SHOP 2001 Harold 'S26-1940 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE NEARTOWN KARZ 1901 Taft ":124-8601 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE AUTO REPAIR A BODY SHOP 2001 Harold ~22·S2~ 526-1940 MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed 2516 Genesee (101 Pacific) 526-3723 Carburetor Spec1olist Electnca1 Repairs All Broke Work River Oaks Auto Repair 2307 Morgan 527-8810 • State Inspection • Foreign & Domestic •Brakes• Tune-Up • A 'C •Electric •Front End Alignments FREE TOWING ON ALL REPAIRS Al'CldPnt Repalr Spetla/ist Frame Machinl' lead l\'ork Frtl' Estimate:; BRITISH AUTO BODY REPAIR 2001 Harold 526-1940 BAR SUPPLIES. .:em 1n9fii.l11~ s~ r •r month up 643- 151 BARBER SHOPS. HAIR SALONS Dino's Barb~ r Styl1n<,.. na1rc JIS $6 & up w 11th JI Yale Appl 863-1520 TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP 2154 Portsmouth 528-8216 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE Tommy·s Barbef Shep Hair CJts $1000 Hank. W1erzba is '\OW here also For into 528--8216 BOOKKEEPING 81 Root.f"I. CPA ·~ 1329 BOOKSHOPS ~ 1k from Aly in. Knight. Naiad and other presses~av· jable at W11 and Wisdom ot Oscar Wilde & FriendS 1103 Ca11lorma (522-9808) Wit & Wisdom of Oscar Wilde & Friends w11J be closed from 2pm 23 May through 27 May-- While Small auends the American 8()(•k ler Convent1C1n CONSTRUCTION/ CONTRACTING HSK CONTRACTING 52<>9064 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE NOVA STRUCTURES Your complete Remodeling. Rehab111tat10n Contractor Whether residential or commer· caal, we provide the responsible construclton management neces­sary to complete a quality JOb. on time and w1th•n your budget We ~:;~:a:~~ ~~:,r~gu~~117~1~; lor free consu1tat1on 583-8066 COUNSELING y1.. ''' marred by lear ry1ng too '1 rd e~ ling unloved & otf\er """ ppm ., Deep techng counseling av. ab eveo & 'htfl.ends Call 52!>-1-74 DENTISTS Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westhe1mer Houslon, TX 77006 Monday thru Saturday Hours by Appomtment (713) 524-0538 ELECTRDL YSIS GEORGINA S ELECTROLYSIS CLINtC 'l59We:-;H·•·•""' .'& SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE EYEGLASSES TEXAS STATE OPTICAL ~;~~ s':,'u11~et~~~- ;;~~~Jg '2&-1589 & SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOUTHWEST FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1218 Weith. ~28-Jts::il SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MON.ROSE VOICE HAIR LOSS SERVICES DERMAFOLEX (8001 44.:-4 ·39 ~ - SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE INSTRUCTIONS Prof~ ;s 1nal editing 11110 r g serv•ct" tutoring all levels of reacting grammar compos1t1on ESL Ed1t1ng 1n business 1echn1c111 wnt1ng- resumf 524-1489 LATCH KEY LATCHKEY SERVICES 14-5295 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE LAWN CARE BETIEA LAWNS & GARDENS 523"-LAWN SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MEDICAL CARE STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D 281 1 Ella Btvd sul1e G. 868-4535 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE IMMUNO-THERAPY CLINIC 704 Medical Towers. 795-0098 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE MOVING MOVING? T.S.T a CO Movers 713) 981-5177 d;:]~-~~1f1 0 . 0 west1i'l1MEA 0 Pkg. Service & S~plles, Too PEST CONTROL RESULTS PEST CONTROL & SANITATION 223-4000 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PETS TOM S PRETIY FISH ~'24 W1 theimo?r 5~443 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PLANTS PLANTS & ACCESSORIES 1159 Aictlmond. 528-3053 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PLUMBING CERTIFIED PLUMBING -)23-8400 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PRINTING SPEEDY PRINTING 54C._ tso 1a1re Blvd. 667-7417 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PSYCHICS r--------, I MRS. TEMPLE I I American Psycli1c CMd & I I P aim R .. dmgs I Tells· Past, Present, Future I Helps solve problems of I I Love. Business, Fmance I 713-932-7754 I 1661 Gessner Rd. I j ~~ H~~:~nN T~1 ~:~~o~~· ~' Readings $10 Off "' , L - _:1:.'.:.''.: :_u~:_ _: J SPAS. POOLS SPA-TO-GO ,a16 SW Freeway 772·8646 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE TIRES ••• "'~.. 529-1414 ~THE 111lf PU.CE ALL BRANDS 1307 Fairview 3 Blks West ol Montrose PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE DO IT All' Prinhng and da-elop1ng enlargements. iumbo pnnts. film. Kodak papP.r 2615 Waugh Dr 520-1010. HENRY'S 1 HOUR PHOTO 428' Westhe1mer. 529-0869 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE PIANO TUNING PIANO TUNING And related repai; ~ $5 off with this ad1 Dav d Fawcett. 5?Q..9554 TRAVEL WORLD TRAVEL INTERNATIONAL 91~ S. Sht'Pherd !!26-5151 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE TYPESETTING SAME DAY TYPESETIERS 408 Avondale. 529-8490 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VIDEO MAD VIDEO 3939 Montrose. -·)21-0706 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VI DE OSCO PE 2016 Montrose 529-5544 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE VIOEOTREND 1401 Ca11torn1a. 527-0656 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE 479-0771 Smgers • Dancers Mus1c1ans • Actors • Etc Personalized Tapes of Talents YACHTS THE CAROL K •2-6419 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE MONTROSE VOICE Montrose Soap Memorable Memorial Memories to be Made By the staff of t he Montrose Voice Many items appear 1n Soap out of commercial consideration -o- Many activities this Memorial Weekend are for the benefit of the AIDS Foundation. On Sunday. it's the Diana's ''Aloha Shamrock" party 1pm to 6pm at the Shamrock Hiiton Then that night it's the second annual Encore Party at 9pm at Numbers And 1t continues Monday The 3 P's Party at Marys starts 3pm. Then, at 8:30 Monday Night. it's serious: The ··celebration of Life" candlelight vigil on the steps of City Hall {S1miliar vigils will be taking place else­where around the country and the world.) J It's ·proclamation season" in Houston. The Colt 45's received Mayor Kathy's proclama­tion for May 9 and 10 being designated Colt 45 Inc. of Houston Days. And Monday, May 19. was designated AIDS Foundation Hous­ton Volunteer Appreciation Day. Council­member George Greanias was on hand for both presentations -o That volunteer appreciation party for the AIDS Foundation was held at Fonda San Miguel Monday and was fun! Good times. great food donated by local eateries. and such a fine group of caring people. -('- Mother Tia is said to have sandblasted Maria's face-and rather cheaply at that-at the Ripcord last week. \aft" S('hmdiDTl f'IJ)O)"Cd thf• huff rt -o- K.J.'s out on Airline has a BBQ and volley­ball games again this Sunday, starting 3pm Then, later that night. their famous lip sync contest -o- Dickie of Mary's You must remember to load the camera before taking photos Ah, speaking of photos Remember Henry's One Hour Photos on Whitney right behind Michael's on Westhe1mer. They now have all their equipment fine tuned and humming perfectly to give you big. bnght and beauti­ful prints-in one hour " Best of luck to Jerry Wieburg and Glen Webber at the Mr International Leather Contest in Chicago c. Birthdays, birthdays. Happy 21st to Donna Lynn Coburn from Louise at Kwik Wash Happy B'day to Steve Meert (Outlaws) from the Daniels Distillery m Tennessee. And last but not least, the 3 P's: Patti. Pickles and Pearl o- The Ranch's Becky and Betsy t"!ll us that everyone is equally welcome at the new Ranch-where now there is no cover. As they say. it's the Co_o.l .H,_o me of Hot Country Who is 1t this week? Mary's customer of the week? It's Fred Eckhoff Way to go Fred Good rnckt"'ls mak,~ for such a lit ·ely partv Sure it is.' Anything you say. -o- And on Wednesday night, Gary of the Rip­cord and Pickles of Marys come face to face over the pool table at Mary's It should be a rat comb duel at 10 paces' -O· The Ripcord has a large economy bar of Ivory soap for Ron's mouth during pool tourneys Also Gary has given a new defini­tion to the word "foul" with Ron running a close second. Rick was seen making him­self a new sandbox outside the Ripcord JUSt m case he couldn"t make it in time. MAY 23, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 23 -('- The Venture N's bare chest night is packmg them in on Wednesdays, beginning at Spm No shirt gets you happy hour prices and who knows-maybe a knight to remember o·- Well, movie mghts are back at Mary's A popular trad1t1on lives on at the Montrose institution. ··sweet Dreams." Patsy. you never looked lovelier. Movies are scheduled every two weeks on the patio, naturally _..,_ Don·t be a memory this Memorial Day Wee­kend. Don·t dnnk and drive. But If you do get carried away, call a cab. We want you to be here to read us next week. " Happ)' b day, Pickles
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