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Title Montrose Voice, No. 320-B, December 12, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
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Date December 12, 1986
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
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Transcript montrose Well-Known, Controversial Dr. O'Brien Physician Charged with Sexual Assault VOICE Sheri Cohen Darbonne, inside ---- MONTROSE WEATHER Friday night Mostly fair, low 39. Saturday Sunny and warmer. high 62. DECEMBER 12. 1986 ISSUE 320-B Celebrate the season l'''' ~ ~ ~i ~~I 1] Ii jJ ~ 9 '----------------' Decking Out Montrose for the 'Hollydaze' Elroy Forbes, inside ------- Human Rights Abuses Mounting The Rothko Chapel Awards Mary Schlangenstein, inside Non-Drug Approach to AIDS Treatment Suggested Late-Breaking News, inside Why Do We Do It? The Eating and Splurging Season . Franz Schurmann, inside ~.., <> NOW IN THE MONTROSE VOICE: CAPTAIN DECEMBER 12, 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 3 Human Rights Abuses Mounting The Rothko Chapel Awards By Mary Schlangenstein Unllf•d Prrss International A horror story continues to unfold in GuatC'mala, the KGB is brutalizing Soviet prisoners .and the United States forces Central Americans to return to their war torn nations, said the n>eip ients of two human rights awards in Montrose W<•dnesday as they pleaded for more asRistance. Muth African Bishop Desmond Tutu present<<l th<• Rothko Chapel Awards for Commitment to Truth and FrN'dom to st•vt·n individuals and two organiza· tioJls at thl• ceremonies, which is no douht the higgt•st event in Montrose that attrndH world recognition. Bishop Dl'smond Tutu and former Prl'sident Jimmv Carter meel u·ith lhe prrss follou•ing lhe awards ceremony Former President Jimmy Carter pres ented the first $100,000 Carter-Menil Human Rights Prize to Soviet dissident Yuri Orlov and the Mutual Support Group. Orlov said that although publicity about humun rights i:;uffering has led to thC' early rt' lease from prison this yt•arof 18 Sovi(•t political prisonns, the recent mt·t·ting in kt•lnnd between Presid(•nt Ht•agun and Soviet leader Mikhail Gor· hacht•v has led to inC'Tt'a};ed prE.'1-iSUre on thost• still jailed "Th(' KGH is g(•tting its revenge on thOl-if' who still languish in labor camps," Orlov snid through an interpre· tt.·r. "Here, in a note I have received secn•tly smuggled out of Perm lahor camp Numl)(>r :-l6. it says after the RC'yk· javik summit the regime in the labor ramp be<·ame more brutal and con· tinut•s to d(•tniorate. Two p(•op)(' given human rights Hwards and the founder of th(' honor m·cufic>d tht• Ht•agan administration of ignoring Ct•ntral Am(•rican human rights nhust·s. and Orlov i-.aid Sovit·t oppn·ssion is gt·tting wors(• Oil lwin·ss Dominique de ~frnil of I louston, who with hPr latt' philanthro­pi• l husband found<'d the $I<J,(~)() Hothko Chnp<•l A"ards, appear<·d with lfrvm left) Dr Gu·endolyn Carter fa friend of award u·mner Helen Joseph), l.eonidas Proano. Dominique de Afenil, and Rec1• John Fife during the rehear>al for tht• Rothko Chapel Au·ards tht• award winner!-> at a news confer­en(' e. "I don't think this administration is doing enough, no, certainly not," she said. "l'm very worried about what is happening in Central America." Nineth de Garcia.a founder of Mutual Support Group in Guatemala, which has demand(•d the government account for the disappearances of more than 41,000 people, said the Reagan adminis­tration is aware of human rights abuse in her country but has taken no steps to help. The disappearance of thousands of men, women and l'hildren, including de Garcia's husband, represents a "horror story" in her country, she said. "We want to appeal to the people of the United States because often they do not know what is happening to us," said Dominiqm• de ll1enil with Dr. Cronid l.uhar.<tky, an rxpatriot Rus.<>ion lil'ing in :Munich U'ho kl!l.'PS track of Soviet political prnwners de Garcia. "Wt• know that the govern· mt·nt of th(• Unit<-d States does know what is happening." Another Rothko Award honored the Sanctuary Movement, a controversial nationwide network of churches that work to S(:'('ure political asylum for Sal· vadorans and Nicaraguans fleeing civil war in their homelands. H<•v, John l•'ife. pastor of the South· side Preshyt<•rian Church in Phoenix, Arizona, reprt·s(•nted th(' Sanctuary Movt•m(•nt. Bt• also nitidzed the gov(•rnmt•nt's failun• to allow thP refu ­gt ·t·~ to n·main in tht> United 8tatrs. Otlwr honort-'(•s wrre n·tin•d Bishop I A·onidPR Proano, who has work(•d for human und t·<·onomic· rights for E('uado· run Indians; attornt·ys Johnathan Kut-tab and Raja Shehadeh, founders of Law in the Service of Man, a legal aid and human rights service in the occu­pied Israeli West Rank; Myles Horton, Tennessee civil rights activist and founder of Highlander Folk School, an education center focusing on race rela· hons; and Charter 77, an organization to Czechoslovakia that works to secure civil liberties in opposition to the government. Three others chosen for awards were not allowed to attend the cermonies by their governments. Soviet psychiatrist Anatoly Koryagin is imprisoned for documenting Soviet use of psychiatric treatment as punish­ment for political activists. Anti-apartheid activist Helen Joseph was denied a pas~port to leave South Africa to aC"l'ept the award and her co­recipient , Albertina Sisulu. did not appb: for a passport because of rt:stric­tions plaN."d on hE'r "'Y the governemnt. STEVE 0. MARTINEZ, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMTITED DISEASES AIDS;KS DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON. TUES . THURS FRI. 8:30AM SPM OPEN SATURDAY 8:30AM 4PM CI.OSED SUN & WED. Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy #1000 Houston, TX 77ff27 621-7771 --..... 4 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 ,Jln Eemorhl:m JAMES A. McCREARY Friends 1n Houston of James A McCreary will be saddened to learn of his death 1n Kettering. Ohio. on November 17 Jim was well loved at the Lambda Center and at MacAdory House where he lived briefly before returning home He 1s survived by his mother and sister, both of Ohio The family suggests that donations be made m his memory to the AIDS Founda­tion Houston DARREL G. ROMENESKO Darrel G Re J4. ··)wn1 lf Darrel's Corner P p'i<;s1•d away T esday, Dec 2. 1986 at 9 00 p m m Appleton. Wisc • ot lymrhosarcoma cancer with al" ARC compl1cat1on He s survived by his parents. five broth­ers ttiree sisters many •~ces nephews. and countless friends Any 1onations may be made to the Ameri­can Cancer Society in Darrel's name A memor al service wtll be held Saturday Det 20. 1986. at Dignity Center 3217 Fan· nm at• 00 pm Darrel will be greatly missed but not forgotten McAdory HousP Clu·istmas Wish List It's Chnstmns lime a.gain ltnd in tht• trndition C"Stablished from it"' 1nc·t·ptwn t\\o yearR ago. frif'nds ofrt'sidt"nts of tht• AID!'\ Foundatiori Houston, ln<":s, McA ory Hou.sf' have prf>pan·d a lhri;;~mus wish list for thospwishin~ to ~rjve a ..,resent to residents of tht- house Although things isted are sug'gt•sted as gift dra ..... all donations are oppn•· ciatf>d l11cluded on 1he wish list are· cash for rPSl<h·nt spending mom•y (pn·scrip lions.< othf>s etc 1; drapt•s for the houst• {or a rooml; Hcrf"C'n doors: rnmfortt•rs f('Urrt-ntly then· an• st•ven resiclt·nls); C'nrpt•ts nnd furniture stt•am clE·ant•d; one compl£>tf' hospitnl h<·d s('t; carpel throw rugs: cnulking nround hathnK1m fixtun·s; handicap hnrs in tht> hath art•as. f'hades for Y.lndows: pillowR for the heds~ et·iling fans; washcloths. tow· els; built-in dish"'ashn; om· mt·n·ury vnpor lamp. anrl om" remnant rarpd andror hlf' for a small bathroom Non-Drug Approach to AIDS Treatment Suggested By Jan Ziegler l '11itrd Pri·s ... lntnnatwnal WASHINGTON-Certain white blood cells arr ahle to keep the AIDS virus from reproducing, a discovery thatsug· gests patients may have the power to fi!(ht off the deadly disease without drugs. California researchers said Thursday. The tl·am from the University of Cali· fornia at San Francisco isolated the cells from thre<• apparently healthy homosexual men who had antibodies to the AIDS virus, but who showed no tract• of the virus ThP cells. a type of white blood cell cnlled ('l)X suppressor T-cells. des troycd th£' acquired immune deficiency svndrom(• virus wht-n mixed togethrr in a-t<·st tubt'. ''I think the drama in this is that this is th<" first indication of a mechanism by which an individual ran ward off or sup­pn ·ss the virus in their own body," said Dr Jay lA>vy, a UCSF professor of medi C'int' who wrote the report published in the journal Science. 'Tm reallv excited about this," he l"aid. "It also. fits intoourown belief that if your immune system is functioning well you should he able to handlt this virus. Levy and the UCSF researchers have been following about 40 healthy men who have AIDS virus antibodies but no detectable virus in their system. Since most AIDS patients do have active virus infeC'tions, Levy said he wondered what made the healthy men different form others who develop A IDS or AIDS­related symptoms. He and ro11eagues theorized the CDR cells make some substance that inter­feres with the virus' reproductive machinery. Loss of those ce11s weakrns victims' ahility to fight offdisease. Jpav­ing thPm open to a variety of fatal in fee· tions and rare canc(•r If the C'D8 <'t.•lls were removed from the hlood stream, made to multiply using a natural t•ell-booster like inter· leukin 2and reintroduc·t•d into the body. thf•y C'ould be a way of preventing ~r tr('Uting AIDS, Levy said. "This sele<"tive treatment would avoid the known effect of IL-2 in increasing T helper cells that could become addi­tional target cells for HIV (AIDS virus) replication," the team wrote. The A IDS virus attacks •o-called helper T-cells_ IL-2. an immune system booster induces the~e cells to multiply Community ~t·w~ from "i<•iJ,:hhorhood & C'ommunit~· Croup~ &'Film to Discuss Drugs and AIDS The lnslrlul .11 h ~ I l('W .h 1w1ri >f th film sj /( Dr Q anr'i AID~ =ti r uo p rT" Tue5dtty L.Jcc t61f"l t'1e fr1.owst•1p h..i11 u1 Bering MemortHl L n11cd Mi lt'rn •Sf Church 1440 Harold ~"' w nq the 20· 1THnL le frlm =t p;111PI will pec:.ent Jrre-rit edL catu nal mforma110,., All per o • pr ser I are inv1t to pHt1cioa1e wilh q1.esflt n~ Fetrn re Dani Moresc.,1. •ueclor of f'Velopment 11tho1ns1i1utf' Sl.le Cooper Mr-w 1rcc101 ol sor nl ~e•v cec: Ted Hi..Ql"ies MCW CSW ACP Aol'lerl K Williams cm11'1r ;1 ale h4 I , dr JQ Bbl se r'lurselc r ard L Annette Jones O Min a r,p111tua1 psi yhnlhl"r lru A~- AIDS Foundation Opens Food Pantry A H< 'JSlt Hi le h ip u. e111lry _ J )lune :;,oup to c.ervC' ,..f'C'dy people w11 A1DS ARC This progr ll"l ovolvr-d through the support and coord11 a lion of C"r E Hlf' C"help al the Faylor Colleg ,. f Medicine Ce'iter for Ethics Ttie pantry pro..- dc-s no1 pr.rist;ab1c 1oods t1> PWAs w,..o hdve heen ss1..ed ari 1r'cnfFl1cat1on c.a1d hy thf' AIDS -ounda11on He ustof"I Inc $11 np ro1 r will be Open on Tue: days cll"d Thur dayc;. 6 ro 8 00 i;. fTI lrd Sahu clays q 00 l m IC pr: PWAc;. w1c;.hini lo be includ( .j n this pre q1 -:tM mdy • :ttl lh1 AID.- J:;ounda11on <ti li>4-2427 [rep box for "'01 ..iturns f n("n·pe1 c;.hahlP food ell tocate<1 ot Thr Tire PIHCf'! 1 "U"? F11rvcw lJ1 u n rtck 1.21 W1 stt-c1mer C dys 4( Montros1 TLC 100:1Cahfrrn1et anrl 1m:ul s ' ~ K t)y ----( Direct Burial or Cremation CREIDAT!On SERVICE mTERnATIOnAL"' Operated by James H Murphy Funeral Homes prccd $395 irom ~ 363-9999 and has also been in testing as a cancer treatmrnt. Levy said the team was searching for a human patient on whom to try the CDH method, someone who has an active ATDS virus infection and "looks like they're going into the early symp­toms of AIDS." "We've got two steps to take," Levy said. "One would he to identify the sub­stance that the CDR makes to suppress the virus. The other is to determine whether this will have clinical rele· vance." Lt·vy, researcher Christopher Walker nnd others took blood samples from the threp mt·n and removed the T-cells, nam<·d CD8 for a protl·in marker on their surfa('e. Whrn all the CD8 cells wen• rt•movpd from th~ blood, the virus start<•d to grow in what remained In anoth<•r test, they added CDH cells to cultured blood that had bPen depleted of th<•m for thret.• weeks. Reproduction of the virus <·easf•d, but the virus was not killed mo ntrose VOICE ~ 1USTON ... EXAS _,UE ..J.~B TVL JAY. DECEMBER 1:.. 19<..u Publlshed bi-weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) except published weekly dunng Christmas and New Year°s weeks Community Publishinl{ Company 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Con1en1s copyright 966 Office hours: 8am-6pm Henry Mc Clurg Pllb •h•r ,,..,, Linda Wyche m.n•"mJ 1td1/0f Ja111d Roumlort prOdu t .Jn Elroy Forbes toe M d11~ tor ~hen Cohen Darbonne""""-~ SUBSCRIPTIONS (713) 529-8490 ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT (713) 529-8490 Jerry Mu1holland •tltl•rf1.,,., direetor Monte H1ll 1tecounl ••ec•l1ve Ken BogetatcouM •~l'Cuf•ve POSTMASTER Send addr•• DOHttt1ons 10 408 A"().,. 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April 1 t 1986 Rospon11t>1f tv W•donot auume !1n1ncia1 ·~••b•i1ly tor cl11tn1 by advert sen bu! •eaclen are ask~ to advrst' thlt news~ 01 1nv suspicion ol lraduren1 0t $t.epJ:n1e a<Mrts1 11id1usp lo'\&w be111ves11qated N_,,.,... 1 i1ted l•(')flal Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas Servicing the Community ~tg::;; .• '. 6 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 Police Charge Physician with Sexual Assault By Sheri Coh e n Darbonne !tfontrose \loitt A local physician who worked closely with the orijt'inal founder. of the Mont­rose Clinic has been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child in connection with a series of encounters that allegedly occurred four years ago. Richard Fry O'Brien, 59, of206 Arbor­way, turned himself in to police Wednes­day on the advice of his minister and an a~sic;tant district attorney. He was released under $10,000 bond. Police Seek Killer of Stabbing Victim Pca.:ce are seeking leadi-; in the slaying of a m who. according to his brothPr I-cad left a Montrose bar shortly before he• was stabbed to death in hii;; south· west Houst;m npa'rtnwnt Sunday D(>('. 7 William WaynP Price was found in his third floor apartment at Savannah Club Apartments. 4444 Westhe1mer, after several neighbors called police and apartment security. Homicide Sgt. Danny James said. The neighbors reported hearing a disturbance in the apartment. James said. William Wayne Price The assailant reportedly Jumped from the third story window and fl ed, police said. One neighbor to ld police at the scene that he had Sf't"n a man in a back patio of the apartment complex. According to the witne!'IS. the man climbed over a bark fence and fled on foot, James said. Sarah Stone, Savannah Club prop· erty supervi!->Or declined comment on the killing or witne&; report. Joe Porro of Aid for AIDS said Price's brother contacted him to donate wocer- 1es left in the apartment totheorganiza~ tion. Porro reported that the brother told him Price had h<'en to a Montrose bar Sunday afternoon. Price died of multi pk stub woundi:; at around 5:.15 p.m., Sgt. James said. Sgt. Jim Ramsey. one of the inve~ti· gating officers, said the HPD Homicide Division is soliciting the aid of the gay community to help solve the crime. He said the man who was seen on the com· plex grounds, described only as being blaC'k, is a suspt'(·t, and is being sought for questioning Ramsey said police are prepari ng fly. ers with the victim's photograph, to b.. cirrulated in the Montro8e area. James Gordon Hoffman, 46, father of the alleged abuse victim, was also charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child, police said. The Aus­tin resident had not yet been arrested ThuT"day, but has spoken to police in Houston about the allegations and is expected to turn himself in, HPD spokesman Sgt. J.C. Mosier said Richard O"Brien u•hrn he was contributinl: to the ~Wontrose Clinic O"Brien"s twin brother Robert F. O'Brien, was Montrose Clinic's original medical director and one of its founders. Richard O'Brien also worked with the clinic as a volunteer physician in its early days. The O"Briens, however, are also familiar to the gay eommunity because ofthcirvehementinvolvementin a cam· paign to oppoHe an ordinance prohibit· mg discrimination against gays in city employment. Annise Parker, president of the Houston Gay Political Caucus, said the doctors gave extensive finan­cial support for the homophobic media blitz during the so-called gay rights ref· erendum of 1985. Gay activist Ray Hill reported that the names of both O'Brien brothers appeared on a listofmajorcontributors to the anti-gay .. Campaign for Hous· ton" durinj.! thf" referendum. Hoffman's son, now 11. told authori· tws h(• rPpcah'<ily performed sex arts with thr two mf'n in O"Brien 's medical office Harris County A'lsi1:ttnnt District Attorney Chuc·k Rosrnthal said he lx"<·nme involved indirf•ctly when a min· ister at !Wrond Baptist Church referred O'Brien to him for le1wl advice. Both Rosenthal and O'RriE-":n are membc>rs of the rhurch. Ro:->enthal said he had seen O'Brit·n previously. but was not acquainted with him. O'Brien consulted Rosenthal for advice regarding an offense he claimed at the time happened over five yearl'i ago. The statute of limitations for the offense is five yearl'i, Rosenthal said. A court doeum(•nt states that on Feb. 15. 1982. the hoy, then oeven years old. performed S('X acts with O'Brien and Hoffman at O'Brien's Memorial area office. Rosenthal said he advised O'Brien to rail the police Tom Audette, Montrose Clinic's pres· ent executive director, stated that the O'Brien's have not been associated with the clinic for at least three years. He said the clinic was originally run by a committee comprised primarily of medi­cal professionals, but the governing 1-ltructure changed in early 1982. The prt·sent board indudos both phy­sicians and lay people, Audette said. 1- I I ,_ - - - - - - 7 Days Mon Thurs 11am IOpm Fn-Sat 11am ~ 11pm Sun Brunch 12-4pm 1117 Missouri St 528-1264 -. One Complimentary Entree I Per Party. Mon.-Thurs. Fri., Sat., and Sun. Brunch Free Champagne LNE COUPON PER AR. 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K.J.' s ~~ NORTHSIDE Mon-Fri Happy Hour 12-7pm s1 50 Well & s1 Beer Saturday, Dec. 13 1 Year Anniversary Party Complimentary Buffet, Well Drinks & Beer 7-9pm Thank You to Our Customers for Your Support during Our First Year Sunday Free Buffet 6pm Country Express Band 8-12pm Wednesday Steak Night 8pm Bring Your Own Steak, We Supply the Fixings Thursday: MUSCLES IN ACTION Friday & Saturday: NO COVER AFTER HOURS FRI. & SAT. till 4am 11830 AIRLINE - 445-5849 (2 blocks south of Ald1ne-Bender) Appearing at Bookstop Authors Earl Shelp, Ronald Sunderland, and Dr. Peter Mansell will be signing copies of their new book, AIDS-Personal Stories in Pastoral Perspective This descnptNe and suggestNe book provides 1nformat1on about a devastating disease. 1ts effect on people (patients and non-patients), the response of society. and the obl1gat1on of the church The stones 1n 1t are true. This book calls the church to meet its obhga1ton to provide redemptNe and compass10nate m1rnstnes 1n the crises generated by AIDS. Stones of people with AIDS or ARC. family members. lovers, nurses, SOCJal workers, and phy.i1Cians are told as a means to illustrate the suffering asosciated with AIDS. The authors see the people with AIDS and others in their orcle as contemporary examples of the "poor, .. "alien, .. and "oppressed" for whom the people of God have a special obligation. following the example of Jesus. to befre1nd and defend. The authors hypothesize that the response to AIDS by the church and society reflects the vaned fears that the disease evokes and a disregard for the populations associated with 1t The fact that people with AIDS tend to be abandoned and ostracized in society underscores their claim upon the church for compassion. The stones illustrate the need for ministry, and a pastoral commentary suggests W¥ 1n which these needs might be met by pastors and congregations. In short, AIDS 1s seen by the authors to challenge the church to reflect on 1ts 1dent1ty and mission. It provides a unique opportunity for the church to be the church. to be a servant people serving a servant Lord One chapter tells 1n understandable language the medical facts about AIDS Wednesday, December 17 7:30-9:30pm Bookstop-Alabama Theatre-2922 S. Shepherd 8 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 -.I.__ ~~ Hello to Arnts The Innocent Bystander By Arthur Hoppe In this hour cf crists, Mr. Reagan can count on me to stand behmd him. I'm the only person I've run into who believes the president didn't know what was going on, nnd I'll defend his ignor· ance to my last breath. I know what you'll say. You'll say: .. Admiral Poin· dexter, occasionally accompanied by Colonel North, briefed him directly every day on what wa~ going on. So how could he not know what was going on?" Well, I'll tell you· Seen.: The Oval Office. The president is st>ated in his swivel chair, chin on che:;t. as the admiral and the colonel enter. The colonel has an Uzi subma· chine gun in one hand and a bayonet in the other The Admiral: Better give him a prei;i­dential ~alute, Ollie, to get his attention. The President: lpu.:ing a start as the co/o,.e/ fires off a quick burst mto th<' ceiling) Oh, it's ~·ou Ollie. th<>ammgl Won anv good wars latelv? The c;;,lonel •modestfyj No, sir. But I did manage to get a dozen plane loads of weapons through to the Ayatollah and those other moderate· fanatics who arP beleagured out there in that Iranian desert. The President: He'll need them, P<•>r devil. Surrounded hy Arabs. Prohahlv runnini:? f"JUt of water by now. Just likl· Gary Cooper in "'Reau Geste." Holt'd up In Fort Zinderneauf Most of his fellow Legionnaires dead. The treacht>rous enemy ... The AdmiraL Yes sir. And we made 10 million on the deal What would you think of putting it in a Swiss bank account, Mr. President? The President: Swiss. you say? fsinl(· ml( reeddy1 ''The hills are alive with the sound of music . " Great place. Swit· zerland The Admiral: I knew you'd agree, sir. (taking a fat file out of his brtefca.<e) Hnt"'s a list of the sN·ret names and thP st•CTet numlwrs of the s£•eret accounts. which ru now proceed to shn-d in ord(•r to kt-ep them sc>C'l"et Tht· Pn-,,.idt>nt: (as the shn'<idNI papC'r' mounds upon hbdesk) Yes. r rt·mt·mhn Shirh·y Tt·mple trudging up tht· Alp~ with her milk pail. Rt>ml'mht•r "Ht'idi'!" Cutt· Jittlt• tykt'. Of coun;t•. that was 10 vt·ars hcfon• we rodt• off into tht• sunst•t iogl'thE>r Remember 'That Hagen Girl'!'' Tht• Admiral: Yrs, sir. Now ahout what's going- on in Latin America Tht> Presidf'nt: f(rou·ningl Don't tt·ll mt• .ohout Latin America. I starred in several movies ahout Latin America. Remt·mher "'Tht> Alamo?" The Colonel: (hayondtmp a pillmn Ai·yee! Remf'mber the Alamo! The Pre8ident: fas feather.c; fly about the room) There I was. surroundM bv Mexicans. Running out of water. Holed up m the Alamo. Most of my fellow Tex· ans dead. The treacherous enemy .•. The Admiral: Yes, sir, They're just like the Sandinistus. Now, our boys, th(• Contra freMom fighters are the moral t'(jUl\'Hlt·nt of Tlw Prl'sidt•nt· Tht- Cisco K)d'. Ju~l think. thousand~ of ('psar Romnos dashing ahout thP c·ountrvsidP. parh with his tru~t~· si<l(•kick. i.eo Carillo, ri~hting wrongs and prott.'<..·ting thl' mnnn•nt with F;implt· 1Six-g-un justH'('. tht• way I nh\.ayR did. lkmt·mher mt' in ''Eight Dnys to 8un~1>t"''! Or was that .. Ten Horst•s to Tomhstont•"., Tht• Admiral Tht•n it's all nght with ~·ou, Mr. Presiclc·nt, if we air drop n c·ou· pit> of doz1•11 small hills on our lwlt>a· gun'<I Contra frit'nds? ThP Pn•sidt·nt: (mwunpJNo. I think it was ''Six Solidt•rs to Ht•ll and Rack.·• Or was that ,John Wayne'! r\o. hew as Roos· tf'r Cogburn. I think he was in "Tht· Alamo." I was in "&dtime for Bonzo." Th<·re I was. holed up in bed. surround<·d by pillows My ht>ad slowly s ink mg The Colonel Want me to fin• off anotht·r fl() rounds. Admiral? The Admiral. No, Ollie, we'll try again tomorrow t986 (C:. F Chron c e PubhSh•ng Co :Jor :J)i,j/inclive JJo/iJa'I Spor/Jwear BASIC BROTHERS 122<JWesrkeME~ 11()1.JS"TCN ·f1J1 Si2--16.:s SPORTSWEAR/COSTUMES Saturday 9pm-lam Justine (All Girl Band) with Shtt.nnon, Sutmn, Swmn, Anna .Marie $2 Mve r Beginning Dec 19-Fri & Sat AIHo Nt•w YC'ar's Eve TueHdnys: Evening Buff<•t & $2 Pitcher of Beer <·1 0M-d Mo nd11:v1o1 HttPP)' Hour 1 .. 7 with 75~ draft und $ l.75 well. 01H·n 'fu<•.-ThurH. 1pm-2nm Fri.-Sun. !lpm-2am 5731 Kirby l'i20··U9Jf) ~•l"f'n• K .... O"'n•·r Tie one on. '3 r· Decorative consultation service available. 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Box 14248, H1upp1uge, NY 11788 lirt,.~pllC'~~·M" '"~'"' .... m .. ~~ ... 10 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 Decking Out Montrose for the 'Hollydaze' By Elroy Forbes Jlontrou \ ·oici' Social Director o From the Post Office The post officet~ making morning letter collection runs on Mondays in Oecember to speed along your holiday greetings. Ju~t deposit cards and other mail in any collection box anytime Sun­day or Monday morning on your way to work for speedy processing and deliv­ery. o New Birth Om of the biggest contributors to our community is Pat Wright of Shirrom School of Belly Dancing, 2:106 Genes see ~ever one to dPny a favor, she has come forth with the maj.!ic needed to fill up the living nativity scene. Three weeks ago Pat gave birth to Patrick Rubert Wnght who will make his acting debut in a starring role. If you recall the wonderful Westheimer Art Festival in Ottober when the belly dancer:; joined the Montrose Clogger~ for the stn(·t dance under the direction of Dai1id Ro.v· alty, you have seen the wonderful pt:•o­ple of the Shirrom School. '~ - -- --·- .~ ··~. ~ ....... Look at those gifts u·aiting at TLC, thR. Annex on Missoun· Street o Christmas in Montrose This Saturday is the hig Happy Hol/y­daze AlllS benefit at the Tower Theater Thanks to The 61 I's Ste1•1· Shimer. the tickets are beingdistrihutPd for resale at the bars. Although this makes thf>m easier to get. there are some remaining at the box office. Only $10 gains ndm1~lance to what should be a great show and benefits a worthy cause. Talk about a twofer FYI. stars like the ever·popular Bab.'< of Happy Hours Daddys fame wil h< featured o Dec. 14: Christmas in Montrose Day VIPS are expected at Mary's for tht> lighting r)f the community Christmas t el' on Sunday nt 5:30 p_m_ Council· merr:."°rs f./ranor Trnslry :ir-d GMrgr Greanias are exp<'l "'e• C'lint1ne (ash onw11Irep e ent•hema.,~1npro claim1ng~unday,Llec 11 asChr.:rtmas m MontnllW l)ay The M• nt OS<' Svm Craig gets a lift from Jeff at the Ripcord phonic Band undPr the direction of A11dv Mills will pnform with the MCCR c·hoir. After the lighting, th(• crowd is invited to carol at H );) Westheimrr N°t'ltrtown·s Firehousp for "Th(• Night Hf_•fofe ( 'hristmas'' featuring Santa Claus, f,orf'lla ,'-,'1mon 's Salt Water 1'aff.v .Jazz Ilanct• Theatre. First Friday PoC"ts led hv Hnh Clark .• Joel.- ."itou·as Symph"nic. Kazho Band. and Sish•r· NOng. Around 7:30 tht> seen(• m vt·s to th<' Hvinf,! nati\,lV sn·neunder tht·awn mgs nt Th(• Ho~ston Sign Co. David Oleson u:ill be guest deejay at Chutes' happy hour, 4 to 8, tonight and Hot Rod on Sunday, 4 to 9 o Decorating Contest rating Dr<>w and Wt•lrh; the neighborh<K>d })('lwt'{·n W Gray lo Waugh to Fairvic•w Busy elt•es Milton and Adon refurbish wrraths at The Tire Place Entrv hlnnk.., am! information .1n• avail a,Je 1\t The Tire PhH·t· J;J("j l·a1r­v1ew 5~ ,411 Some • t th(' entnes can ht· fK"t"ll on f<airvlf·Y.., rner nfT ft hc1 \\ePn l\' nt r1>tlt" on Wnug• Prdt n St {"Pt 111 • g the rast 1dr t)f Mont. t' tt t• Hamr ft areu; Tlw Curv1·· Panfir StrN·t art·u~ V1•ntun .. ~ MandPll nt llnwthonw. and Hvd<'r·~ Christmas Tr1•1 lot on HiLh nond nt \1undt•l CJ Ripcord Birthday I ' \ toss u~ us to y,.h c waH th hottt ·t ht rt•(·t·nt fin· 1t ThC' Rip<·ord or tht·ir .innivnKolr.v part~· \'incc and (;or\" <'arrwd th<·ir customt•rs o\'Pr into tht• irnr'fi fifth yt•tn in 1-{rnncl styll'. Tht· focKI was. wt·ll. pardon tlw diC'ht•. fan ta!'ti« Not _vour .i-tandarcl frt><• fun•. hut n·al "goocl t'luff" With thl' mui-;ir. gn•at staff and wondl·rful patrons, last Mon day t·xtt•rnlt·d tlw w<·l•kt•ncl hy ont• mon• glorious day. (Noti('t': Th(' staff und managC'm<·nt of Tht• Ripcord ar<> not n·sponsihlt• for how you ft•lt Tue>scla.v.) o Out and About 'Tis the season. Those wonderful tree trimming parties are beginning to fill my mailbag. ~'YI: The Hardware boys, &J and George, are planning a big trim for hundreds of their nearest and dear­est. Jim Spence is out to show the folks around Ella Blvd. how to do a tree. . . . Last weekend's Westmoreland Square event is being riveted by several other dos: CYB: Roger Malone and Mar tin McDonald have given several apart­ment warmings just to perfect the holiday fare. . . Mike Cooley is so excited about finishing this year that he mailed his New Year's Eve invites out early. . ~'YI He is still using Dec :u as the date ff there's a minute to span• thii; W<'C'krnd, a trip up to K,J's Dirty Sally's Northside is a great bet. Kim and the gang are C(•IC'brating their first hirthduy with n free buffet, w(')I drinks nnd hi<•r lwtwt·en 7:00 and 9:00 lA">ok out 1-t.1, it's gonna hea fun timf'up north Mary's (naturally) has a m·w Raleigh Hills Happy Hour, II 00 p.m. J2::JO a.m. which will savto you money un~ guar rntee you'll sleC'p liken bahy l ti) next time I"ll see yo• Ar"Jun Town. $100 Off December Rent with this Ad!! Greenway Place All Adult Apartments And Never Have to Use the Freeway Again! We're located in the Greenway Plaza area, just blocks away from everything you need: shopping, churches, the Village, River Oaks, and Rice campus and minutes from the Medical Center, Downtown and U.ofH. The great thing about our location is that you need never get on the freeway! Everything can be reached by means of back routes! • ALL BILLS PAID!• Priced from $300.00 • Efficiencies, 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Plans • Covered Parking • Courtesy Patrols • Clubroom with Pool Table and Bar• Small Pets Welcome • Professionally managed by Johnstown Properties. .. .. -~ 3333 Cummins 623-2034 DECEMBER 12, 1966 / MONTROSE VOICE 11 Celebra~e the 12 Day~ o{ Cfiristrna5 A BAB Style ~ Sat., Dec. 13 thru Wed., Dec. 24 ~ I Daily Specials- - Opening til Closing - Don't miss the BRB Old 'I. · " ; Fashion COUNTRY _,' CHRISTMAS ' " And: Fridaq, Dec. 19, Christmas Partq "Dickens on the Brazos" Costumes of the era encouraqed, C<lsh pr:zes-Best Costume ffiontrose S4mphon1c Band-Holiday ffiusic. Brazos River Band-for your Dancing Drink Specials-Hot and Cold An Appearance b4 Scrooge himself! Fruit Baskets The perfect Idea for a gift to reflect warmth during the holiday season. You'll find an extensive variety of beauttful gift decorated fruit baskets waiting for you In the Kroger garden I Have one custom made to order with your choice of fancy fruits, cheeses. hams, and other gourmet treats. All fresh fru it baskets are made with only the highest quality seasonal fruit available. MAKE HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING EASY WITH KROGER GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST. GIFT CERTIFICATES MAY BE PURCHASED IN ·s.oo TO ' 25.00 DENOMINATIONS AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE. 12 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 One Plus One The Thought Connection By Christine Burton Ahout tht· time that agric·ulture was heeoming the in·thing mt:n hegan to think it would be ni<·t· for each man to have his own wife. While she tend£•d tht' hear-broth bubbling over th<• fire. th<• litllf' woman could wipe the nmws of his offspring, a task he had found to he U•dious. And sinct• dt·;ties art• an imag"inativt• refl tion of tht• lives of the pt•oph• who invent tht>m, th£> concurrent in-thing was monotheism Man rnvt•ntt>el ont­god that wns an 1magt• of man himst·lf full ofwruth wht-n man was angry, and benign when man got his own way and was m 1 good humor Along v.ith tht- riwnt•rship ofland and one wife, thl' ronstruet of heterosexual monoJ.!am.\· real!;..· made a man top dog. Pt·rhaps that made sense to evolving male humans tht>n. Hut aftpr having tried for thousands of years lo make mt-n faithful. evolving femalt• humans now rec:ognizt· that the spec·it·s to whi<·h we lwlong is not monog-amous. and sht• goes out nnd has a little fun on ht•r own iMany persons have only om· matt· hut the topic of this column is thf' spcc·it's.1 Thousands of yt'ars of t'tTil·~dastieal threats of ht>ll-fire. and thousands of yt·nrs of inculcated c-ustoms and tradi hons. h~tvP failrd. ThP slrong1·sl slalt•­mt ·nt of the ·e\ual revolution Perhaps tl was a mistake l trv lo rmkt· morog­amv th(• m thing. 6rgamzed religion r1·spondt'CI to tht• st•xual revolution hy hlaming- homosex u~1ls for the d(·stru<"lion of th(• ·'sunc-tity of tht· home" cwhate\"(•r that is) and pll•ading for sodt•ty to rt•furn to "trnd tioral valut>s" 1whatt·n·r tht·v ano). and polit1n1s p1ratt· thl' rht·torit· 4;f tht• t•ffi<•­s .. 1ti1·s. ThPt'timho thn·att·ns all hum<1n fn·l'dom. Huttht'~1tt.om lint· is lluman kind is not monogamous und rwvt'r w;:1s Homo sapH·ns 1s tht• st•xiesl spedt·s th .. 1t has e\·1·rexistt-d. Wt•art· n41t limih·d hv tht· t~trous ry<"lr Wt• ha\'(' mt•m11r~: of 1'if'XUJI erjo.,·mt·nts. and an imaJ!inntion l 11t evokt> n astounding variety of st'XUdl t<X,tl'ments. anv om· of whl<'h ran lnJUl"t' us in in.st 1nt. A stnhll' f1w:Kf supply th.it 1s t·nncht'CI "1th vitam· ins mC"n·ast":" uur scxu:1I t·nngy. Tt•ch· nologic.il and industrial pmduction of j.!oods und servi('(•s gi\"(• u:-. th1· timPan<1 tht• lt>i:-;un• lo ma kt• sex our most sought· aftPr t·nfrrtainmt·nt. And ps:vchii:ttr~· t4•1Js us that rt'f>n•ssion is not hNtlthful; wt• an• urgNI to satisf\' our st•xual appt·· tilt•s St·x is goocl for us l>t't'Jl within th<· gt•m•tu· mt·~ory of t>:trh of us, somt• mon• aw an• of 1t than oth£'rs. is tht• anl'wnt imprint that st•x ual acti\""t:V '!-> ofn•sponsihility. It is Wed: Strip Contest with M.C. Maude 10pm Fri: Montrose Men 10 & 12 pm I MC Maude Sat: Muscles in Action 10 & 12pm 428 Westhe1mer - 529 2506 tht mt'mory of the primitive time in our t·volutionary lift' whtin copulation was a qu1t·k n·sponse to thP odor of anotht'r ml·m her of tht• same spl·<'it's, an aC'l as ('Usual as stuffing leavt·s into .vour mouth wht•n you wnehungr.v.ascasual as srratrhing th(• itch of inst•rts that infest('d vour fur. Nor was sex p<·rsomll It was tlu• simple <:onneeting of hocly parts to horly parts to feel th<• n·l<·ast• of physiral prcssun·s. Prrformt.-0 unst'lf. c·onst·iouslv in vif•w of thP troop that paid no atlt·ntion. th<· sex act was mind lt·ss. it had no significanc·('. Our ~t·netic mt·morit·s rt>mind us it is our natur(• to hf. sf•xually irn·sponsihh· Th(•rt· ere thost• who rt•ason: thnt·fon• it is our right That instinc·t for primitivp anonvmous st•x leads mE>n to hath hous(•s and tt·a parti<·s, and hoth mt'n and women to group sex and porno graph:v It is thf" memory of anl'il'nt sf"x- Monogamy can become boring, even to those who want nothing else, particularly if they live together uni fn~lc1m that impels 1wopll'. wh1·thn or not thl'V are involvM in commith·d nu1rn1~arm.1us rtilationsh1ps. towards affairs, prost tutt·s and on<• night stands. ~ 11 ~1mount of moral r1mdt·mna Bon 1s J.!t1ing h.1 t>xt·isc th1· gt•netlc nwnwrv und no amount of lt·gislation is gmnJ,!' io contr I our st:xual lH·ha\·1or !'\ow a v ... al mutant has hrought us All>S. T1 prot1~t •1urst·IH·s against infn·tton w1• in• urg('(l to havt' onh· om· S(·X par1m•r Tht•rapi~ts an· upholding tht• advantng-Ps ofthl·<·ommitt('(I. mon11- gamcms n·lati<1nship. B1>oks an· writh•n and st·minan; clrt' h1·ld on how to main· 1.11n 111d1·pend(•m't' within a relatiori .-hip. MonuJ!Hm,\· is lwginning to lw lht• in-thin,:. renrof AlllS may pron·tc1 ht•H more pow(•rfol pn•ssun• than f1«lr of hell Hut ho\\ c::., ont• st'X partm·r trnl1!oif\ thosr wht• want mon• than om•? Whl'rt' th('rt' 1s n "ill then•is a wav Manv saft• ,..ex pract ces e'"t• hf'ing cit'\'t'lo1~·d hy mt·n "hoart•dt•tnmint>d ton void Alf)S !\1<try womt·n are U\'oiding "'high risk" st·xual m·llvitv A numht·r of individu ab havt· a muiual commitm<·nt with orw sl·x partnn while Pa<'h of thf"m con· tinut·~ to livl· alont· and ha\'l• tht•ir incl(' t><•nd1·nt sm·ial if(' B(·«aus<· r1·pt'att·d plt>asurt• tt'nds to lt·sst·n om•'s apprenation of it. monog am\' can ht'<·omt· horing, ('\'t'n to thost· wh;, want nothing (•!st'. pnrticularl.v if th1•y livt• togl'tlwr To havP st'X with th(• samt• person. in tht• samt• lwcl and on\~· The Pot Pie <formrrl} Wr,thrimer Cafe) Early Bird Special llpm-7am 2 t•ggs, 2 pancakes, 2 sausage and 2 bacon s2rn Come and See Our Almost Finished New Look 1525 Westheimer 528-4350 :1t intnvals J><'rmittt·d h~· lhP work sc·ht'" dult', takt•s primitivt' impulsivt•n(•ss out of sf•x, that high W(' ('XJX'rit·m·t.· with a n1•w sex p<.1rtnl'T or whilt· W(' an· falling 1n lcvt• Tht· <·11n~tant and exclusi\'t•<·om panionshi1> of uni~· on<• 1>t'rson c·an l<·ud to npathy. and to doning. whi«h is tht• (lt·ath knt·ll of an~· joy that mon11gamy might offn F1·w mnngamous coupll•s l'XJll'd tlw hri I to la~t. Tht·y SJ)(>ak of tht• t'mo tionul <·omforts of "st•ttling down." t><'Hrn•lv rt·mt·mhering- tht·rt· was u timt> wht·n lht•v wouldn't havt• st·ttlt·d for romfort. ~·t' think that lov(• is a mattn of luck. Ilow1·vn, if monogamists an· to t·nJo~' high st•xuul f•xcitt·mt•nt and intc·n· sitv of lov<·, tht•\' must do mon• than h11j1(' for happin1.•Ss: tht·y must tf•ncl thP1r relntif1nships. Tht• human hrain today rl'tains tht• ph~·sirul t>trU<'lun·s of its f•volution: tht• n·phlian hrain, whnl' t·motion llf'gnn: tht· mammolian hr.am, whnt· tht• spt•· c1fic t•motion of lovt- hegan; und finally tht· thinking hram. whi<'h wt• an• goinf,: to ha\'l• to ust• morp if WP art• to t•voh·I' into .a monogamous spt>Cies. Evolution is not a mystery. A mutant t)('("urs. Those life forms that can adjust to its demands survive. It is an awt'HOmf" thought, but those people who will not practice safe st•x will not 8Urvive and thus the human 8p('Cies may eventually })(>come monogamous. reluctant thanks to AIDS. Synd1c,t.1~ columnist Christian Burton tr11et , Mas uchusetts Offering to the first Ten New Clients a free haircut. Call for appt. Merry Christmas Thanks for Your Support ) t!:V\,_ ·)'!:~.~ON 1s1s•r. Dunlavy - 522-7866 Fortunes 2 Aries are Better than 1 By Mark Orion Fru ~"'"'!Jy IJv 1 II 1h M{ di'ly OlH 15. 1986 ARIES Pool your resources with those of one certain other Each of you has talents that together 1n concert can produce beautiful harmony Latter days see a sharpened focus clearing the way for a new perspective TAURUS M1rr0<s are big this wee­kend Go ahead and explore the many reflections_ Learn how to move in and out of the maze without getting confused that's the tnck. You can do 1t Whileyou·re seeing the many sides of yourself , let oth· ers see them. too GEMINI Household affairs are to the fore. Company. home improvements and pre-spring cleaning may be on the agenda. too Pay bills. make needed calls and run errands A busy weekend CANCER You·re an optimist. so it's only natural that you notice the bright side. However. tf you've been h1d1ng behind rose-colored glasses. get ready They· re about to come off Days close to gasps and snorts LEO You know what you want for yourself and for your lover If you keep moving things in the nght direction, you can make every day of the month Valen· tine's Day You learn to appreciate apprec1at1on VIRGO Be honest with yourself No sugar-coating the facts. please. Be true to your ethics and conscience You could be making out a new budget in light of recent financial 1nformat10n Should be good LIBRA Double-ch.,ck your budge! and your bank balance. Avoid pigs in the poke these days Prepare for contingen cies so that a sudden message won't be such a surpnse Days shimmy to a stop with Mixed reviews SCORPIO Your ·private eyes· are watching someone and you feel like tak· ing an unusual risk Make sure that what you want is 1ust that_ what you want Don't chase your own tail Learn how to be competitive in the rrght places SAGITTARIUS Keep on top of all your affairs Don't get behind and don·1 give anyone the chance to nag you Look your best for a certain social function CAPRICORN Give gossip your whole ·hearted non-support. Avoid tnvia And take note of everything going on around you. not iust in your own circle Ploy your cards right and you get the pot AQUARIUS The self-conf1dence and independence that others see in you can b4 a real inspiratmn En1oy being some4 thing. hke the ultimate big brother Oon·t take advantago of this pos111on with sorieone who doe~n·t kn()w you very well thougf"\ PISCES You ve n spot t f work 10 t..ofT'plet no 11 up right Ther a ratt-er mpcrlan~ rcellnq could clear the air Lett r ynu may be offered a partnership of sorts Pay 'Special attention to nny f·nanc1al angles ~Pl~y ~Safe! DECEMBER 12, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 13 .0_0 ALL WELL DRINKS EVERYDAY Monday-Friday 7am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday til 4pm SATURDAY & SUNDAY LIQUOR BUST All the Well Liquor You Care to Drink 4pm-7pm 220 Avondale Wet Jockey Short Contest $200 Cash & Prizes Starring Maude Thursday Evenings 529-7525 14 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 12, 1986 A Cute Little Miracle from Chocolate Bayou Review by Bill O'Rourke Chocolate Bayou's Kringle's Wmdou.· has a lot of excellent moments. I crit-d for joy about 10 times. First, there is a family that surely must be related to the one in You Can't Take It With You. The mother has had to send her alcoholic husband away and raise her children-two daughters and an adopted son-by herself. She is aided and abt>t!Rd by the lodgers she takes Jn-four collt·ge students. Though they are- all loveable looniE·s, perhaps the mOflt eccentnc is the daughter who refuses to speak again until her daddy comes home. So she writes evPrything down on po per or on her beloved compu­ter. She·s nn expert hacker Her littft• sister's schoolmates trll the young tyke that there is no Santa Claus. Director Leonard T Wagner should have taken a firmer hand to this mate­nal. The play is good, but needs judi· cious cutting to become anything exceptional. o Notes Ono large part of Christmas should be sharing with those less fortunate. The Houston Symphony Orchestra has a plan wh(•re your financial assistance can h<·lp high 8Chool and college stu­dents ath•nd their performances. Th('y havf> h<>{>n nhlt> to help a rN'ord numh(·r of students that way this year. But it's still only ahout f(XJ. Also, anvtime from noon til 10:()() p.m., MondUy-Friday, you can take non· perishable fcH.d to the Comedy Work­shop. Th(•y'll save it for distribution lleft tq rlJ~ht, standml(} Sharon Bennrtt .Jo ... h (;o/db1·rt, Katherin Hallou·pl/; lseatedJ AUi.-.on Baker and Trrnt Trllr.o;p1·n in .. Krin;:lr s Windou ' bv Mark Medoff She is heartbroken. In desperation. thE• mother promis(•s to produce the real St. Nkk the next ni~ht1 Meanwhile. a strange, somewhat sin ister woman intrudes into the little fam­ily :-.rt'ne. She looks and sounds like a European bag lady. She turns out to ht> more like Mary 'Poppins. There is a very happy ending(several. actually) which proves that there is a real Santa Claus. It also explains why parent..; have tu provide the gifts. Sharon Bennett as the mvsterious vis­itor 1s fully rounded-see.mingly cian g('roul-i yt•t ultimately miraculously beneficial. She is perfect in this role Kathcnn~ llnllowcll. as the mother. provides the fantasy with a firm basis of warm reality There are :x child act.ors in this play. performing ns child actors too often do-giving us ' tie gems of obviou:-.ly f'f'hearscd characterizations. Theydon°t mternct much \\ith other J>E'f,ple. hut th"Y make extraordinarily rutt> littlP island.."· Much of the rest of the east IS making the• Chocolate Bayt>U debut. The play was not well designed for this rompany hut the (·ompany has been well rt-de· signffi for this pluy The only real probh·m with this show is the·writing. ThPrearesomewond(•rful moments but they do not always flow into each other. There 1s some emotional dead air space Occasionally, the play i~ weighted down with verbose philo­sophy .,ot inherently g-ennainf' to thf' plot. If Mark Medoff wanted to write essays, somP bene"\:oknt mag-azine puh- 1:s~cr should have allowed it through thP Houston Food Bank. While Maestro Shimada has his Pops people warmed up for their Christmas s~)(>('ials. tht•y'll he taking their show to Texa~ Children's Hospital next Tues­day, sponsored by HL&P. Bravo! The Holiday Youth Fest. that yearly celebration of high school choirs, has begun . Chock with the Museum of Fine Arts for the schedule of this fine, free fun. Culh•n Center will have free music and hot roastlod ch('stnuts at noon n('xl Monday through Friday. Two Chri!-itmas ('Xlravaganzas op('n next Tu(•sdav-Theater Under the Stars' Pl'lrr Pan lwith Cathy Rigby) and Houston Rall<•t's The Nutcrac·l•er twith .Janir Parkt·r, 1.i Cunxin t·l a))! A little jazz a littl<> swing, some countrv-ifs ('harlll• Praust.· at Cll'f)H 21 thr;>ugh tht· t·nd of the month. I beliPVt' 1n eolorization of movU:'!-i whi<'h were mad<" h<-forrcolor was avail· ahlt' todirec:·tors. But now I hear they art' rolorizing things which werr purposr­fullv made in hlatk and whitP-liko th•· Kniisas sc·c·nf•s in Thi· Wizard of Oz The• Bookstop in tht> old Alabama Theater, th<• Gr('(•nway Ill und the Riv<•r Oaks ThNltt'T an• ti 0 J)(msoring a rx·tition drivt· against c·olorizing. To sign, drop by any of tht'm Auditions: llCCS Choir: Dre. 16~18, Choral Room. 1-ine Arts Cenlt·r, Austin at Holman. Info and audition appoint· mPnt, 6.1().72f>1 Any l'ntertamPrR interet'tt-'d m per· fonnini::- along the sidelines at tht> Houst.on-Tt'nneco ~arathon on .Jan. IX. please call Hoopla Hot: in<' at 7~7 7700. • Charlie Prause, Mike NasP and Br<'nnan Na.'if' now appf'annp at Cleo's 2 I throuph Dl•cember o Celebrate! Df•C \. lfi-12-a Dutch navigator Ah<>l Tasman, disc·ovntod NPw Zt·aland Wdavs: 12-Gustav Viauhcrt, Cathv (Pt·tf"r ·Pan) Rigby. Edward G. Hobi~ ­son I:l-.John Davidson, Dick Van Dyke. Rithard Zanuck . 14-Dan Dail<•y. Morc·y Amsl(•rdam. Spike ,Jon£'8. lf"l­Jeff Chnndll'r, Tim Conwav and th<• Empt·ror N<•ro. . Frank Sinatra wns horn on t.•ith('r o Openings Th,• Rut In fhd It.' !Company Onshtg(• 12>-u h1u·kstugt• c.·11mt·dv thrillt·r Chri.'>lma.'> Ti1111·s (Main Strt·<'t Tht·akr, l~>-u hranci n(•w Pt·arson and Charlton musiC'al n•vu(•. A look at Christma."l in th(· SouthwPst. Patri<"k Clanry and Mic·hm•l R(•rman (Houl-iton Ct•nh·r for Photography, I 2)­installations, Fr(•t1hit·s. .Mdod.v 1/cill (llouston flous(•, 12)-a Tht· Houston /1al/1·t prC'Sl'nls "The Nutcrachrr" ft•aturmp ./amt• Parht•r and f.t run.rill I>t·c. J!l or l:l, it F;t~ms . Kitt~· Kdh·y just wrott• illl unauthoriztod biography of him. ( >( ht•r .tel van<'l' Fiht' jok(•S, ·• 1 got 11 million dollars and a (;iorgio Armani suit to he laid out m •• hrancf nt·w Flt·<·k and Kollt·r mu~ic.-al ohuut u C& W tno's t·ncountn with a <" Jts.,.ica) t'inj!t•r Tmditiona, ('hn~tmas Pops 1.JonN•. 121- llouston POPS with Tm1hi_vuk1 / Cathy Rlgh_v ;, .. Pl•ler Pan 8hmrndn and th«• Houston Symphony Chorus. Small B<•ginnings Christmat-i Bazaar (2221 W. Alahama, t:l. 9-7)-lwill'filling the disahled . ON01 (Ono Night Onlv') Christmas Familv Concrrt (,Jot~<'li, IO::m a m.l-Shimada. th<' HSO and Houston arra high school C'hoirs. ONO' Pat Wil<·s and ,Jonathon f.1H·1fi Wood Jwtkn. t:J & 1·1, noon·H>-gay artistH offning tlwir works at a discount 721 :l7:11 Tummit• Le<· Bradlt·y 1Cluh Flamingo. 1:11 Christmas in tht· Park (Milin Out door I :J. 7·ao p.m. )-f lo us ton Youth Symphony. llouston Community ('ho· rus and Ehon~· Opna Guild Fn·<•hit·s. ONO! All Ages Friday and Saturday 901 N. SHEPHERD HOUSTON NRG INFORMATION 86'3-0010 Houston Live Tn·maanf' Hawkins 1Man·ha. I 01'0! Bavou l{l·nd Christmas Opl·n lloust• (Bavou Ht·nd. 11. I fll ~o n·st·n-ations Fn·~·hit•s. ( >N(>! l'f'lf'f am/ tlw \\'o/f fl\1ust•um of Na tu· ral !-kil'IWI'. 1-1, t;:ICl)-A!lt·gro Ballt•l of llouston cll11uston Youth s_,·mphon,vl ONO' Tt>mmv ll11rs('\' Orc·hpstnl (An·n<l, 11). ON(l! . C'ell'hration of the Holiday Season (Diverse Works, 15, 6::JO)-honoring seven Houston area state repret-1enta· lives for their support of the arts. Ent<.>r­tainment includes Gitanerias Flamenco Artists and the Kuumba House Dance Theater. ONO' Houston Trombone Ensemble (Tran­quility Park. 16, noon). Freebie8. ON01 DECEMBER 12. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 15 Xmas Tree Blues?? a Beautllul :!>_-- Sat & sun Vanehes . (,ID\ 9 30·9 00 5 toe /; ~ Open / 'i · N~ CUstom 5 days 11 JO ') nJ ' Floclang 900 //7.' ,.,, /?~B,~~~~ from ~5 and up Get Real!! Ryder Trees t~Jfij---r-Jj-r->11 16~i :j~~:I'efind Free Pizza Deliveiy: 2 MiJe Radius, $7 min. ordef on ptz:za H·2pm tunch. S.11pm d1nnet 1pm-t2om ~ends r-·········i:·aii.sj;;~i~i··········i i Large Pepperoni Pizza : i - Four Garden Salads : r N--.~i:~ -~ . I :.. ..................................... : Sooner or Later ... Everybody Comes to Mary's Have Yourself a Mary's Christmas Community Tree Lighting: Sunday, December 14, 1986, 5:30pm Give a Mary's Gift Certificate to those who think they have it all (Now on Sale at the Bar) 16 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986 - -====-==:o-=t ''Yo• Former Dave! lei's go, let's go, let's go! ... You gellin' up with us chickens or not?" The world was going down the tubes. They needed a scopegoot. They found 'Nao(ne. Voice Comics yru KNOW, \W.1\-1£ tlo\.R ~£CTh'.£R~IG\tt"I. toul!l'%. ~OIW 11£ Wi'S O\.!E: 01= ~'i O\.t> C::.ol..il6£. "&X:>l:>'IS. ~\JI ~\Wo.T 1. 'bEE. \.I.It->-- IN \\-IE \.\GITT W., Nal" Q\)1\E SI:>::.~ . And for two excruclotlng months, he was simply known as "Skinhead of the Jungle." ~: . i- 1 1%·11 Cynthia is a posture-conscious shopper. 'l:>O '\O\l. ~'C>-.\.lll. ~ S'C.I..\. ~£ \\.1.1\.IU":. ~~\NI'-~~ ':Z: ~\<:;.. \1:l ~\1'€.~,~~~~,~~~u. "°"'O\.'O ~ \\ ~ ~\~(?,_~ \<")\ ~t. ~\~l:>.\t) *~ ...... IJ·IZ Henceforth, pizza by the slice will be banned in the test lab at the Ace Industrial Fan Co. The Montrose Voice * MRY TUESDAY 8c WEDNESDAY The Midl.veek Extra- News and Ads that Can't Wait 'til the Weekend * MRYFRIDAY The 'Big Ed ition' - With the Largest Houston Circulation of all the Gay Publications To advertise before our estimated 40,()'.X)+ readers each week. call us. We'll help you convince our readers to be your customers. Estimated reodershp figure assumes a poss-on rote factor of 2 8 Losing out on the Battle of the Bug? Call ... RECjULT5 Pest Control & Sanitation and Win the War 223-4000 Lorena Mclaughlin-owner/operator TXPCL #6155 ATTENTION: MEMBERS OF J.O.E. 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Now with oceans of food wanting to he sociable take recourse to and Ca!-ih around, the lavishness no something which these days is also longer serves any sensible purpose- preiwnt in oceanic quantities-money besides keeping the consumer economy The Sl'ason is a time for lavish gift giv· happy. ing. One third of annual retail sales in In fact, the U.S. and other parts of the the U.S. depend on Christmas shop· world are in the first stage; of a nutri- ping. tional revolution that is leading people A hundred years ago, cash, like food, to cut back on red meat. fatty foods and was scarce. But splurging was a well - hard liquor. At the same time, a health established practice, even dirt poor revolution is zeroing in on modern countriei;. In India, for example, a poor humanity~s greatest enemy-stres8. laborE'r will still spend thousands of do! These dual revolutions aim at getting Jars on a daughtE'r's weddingto.!1how he people to lead a simpler lifestyle-one is not poor Now modern banking t:;pewN which could make seasonal festivals forth grc•at quantities of money the way not only safer but more truly sociable, modnn farming entices great amount..~ as they were originally intended to be. of grain from the soil. The ocean of cash The heavy eating is a holdover from and credit mak<•s the potlatching all the the days when food was scarce. A easier hundred years ago, most people made But the season of splurging also their living from the soil. and the vast The season of splurging also happens to be one hupp<·ns to"" om· of the most stressful majority were poor and thin. To be fat f l f h · " ZI ofthr entirr yrar-"Howcan I afford all was a sign of having left poverty Of the most stress U 0 t e entire year- nOW that monc•y for g-ifts'?" People are con· behind. A few times in the year, pen· can I afford all that money for gifts?" stantly reassured hy silkc•n smcKith ('Om· santa would gorge themselves to cele- mt·rc1als that endlt·ss easy paymPnts brute the harvest. So did the Pilgrims, The farming revolution has hy now size and strength. They have to eat lots make it all fonsiblP. Hut the mind says whosP daily life was harsh. spread to- Europe. Asia. part~ of Latin of J.,rrains and meats. Hut already in oth(•rwisr, ~o tht· hlood pn·ssure got·s up. :-;ow food is so plentiful in the U.S. America, and a few spot"' in Africa man'.\· countrif's rect'ntly considered Tlw nutritional rt·volution is dirt.'<.'tl•d that hc'"'ger entirely a matter of no Between 1965 and l!JHO, the amount of poor, diseases of the "fat life"' Ameri· &J(ainst tht• hin~ingancl the health rt·vo~ money an~ unjust di~tribution. A cen· rice and wheat-the world's calori(' eans are well familiar with are- hE·gin· lution against t>tn·ss. Hoth point tht> tury ago, when new hard wheat vane- staplt'!-i-grown in developing rountn(•s ning to uppcur way to tht• ne1·d for simpler ways of Ii\' ties were mtroduced into Kansas. increase<i 75 pcrCC'nt, greatly outl"trip· In the highh· individualistil' sOl'if'ty inK Ironkally, tht·y art· pushingproplt> American fi1rmcrs started producing pmg population growth. The world, des· of the- ll.S .. pPople do undPrstand that to go ha<·k to u slnwt·r rhythm of farm one cornucopia after another. Today pite great swaths of hunger, now lives in sod ability iR thl• real purpost' of thf' lift· that exish•d ht-fore l'onsumer (•api~ productivity is so high that only a hand- an ocean of food. merry t<eason. ThE" eating and drinking tu1i.!1m brought us surh monumental fu of f'armFI can feed much of the coun- In the developing countries, prople fr·stivals are gatherinj!s of clans- plenty try with most of its staples and, if need still n~ calorits in big amount.8 toglve whether of rplatives. friends or ('O· PNS editor Franz Shurmann teaches history and he. probably the world as well. them enerl{y and protein to build body workers. Rut whilt' eating and drinking soc1orogy at !he University or ca1iforl"1a Berkeley Now, an estimated 40,000 Houston readers each week TWT and the Forum do not come close Our main (Friday) edition for several years has had a slightly higher Houston circulation than TWT's and about twice the circulation of the Forum. But now, with our new Midweek Extra, we've even expanded that lead. If you pick a publication to advertise in for reasons other than our circulations, go ahead and pick any of us. We're all pretty, in different ways. 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ROOMMATES. HDUSES/ APTS. FDR SALE. RENT. LEASE Roommate wanted 1n Conroe 10 Share tour bedroom house weth GWF Ctuldren OK 409-76Cr1018 attet Spm LEASE ON HOUSE Montrose hOITle iarge 3 bedroom 1 bath breakfast area central air washer and ":1ryer hardwood floors S625 per month 1734 Maryland 629-4300 Caldwell Banker MONTROSE FOURPLEX Wetl ma1nta1ned ' 1 ptJS d mng con· trolted entnes off stree1 panting S2~ ~A ut ties 524· 1~.:; MONTROSE DUPLEX ~:w: r::'~00~u:W~~~,$~ plus ut1l1t•et ~24· 1522' ':.M over 21 mature employed rieat appearance i:>OSltlvetv no drugs. wanted to share 4 br home Montrose $50 w"ek plus 1.1111 t es '::ontact Jim 529-3547 He1gtus NQn-smoker oommate to share tiouse 111 amen1t1ft $285Jmonth 86 · '.3343 (,WM stable and masculine share ~ 2 r:ondo SW :)ff.c;g Cat1498-174" .Q-tt HEIGHTS DUPLEX One bdrm newly remoae1eC1 k 11ehen and bath Carport hardwood fl!'K>rs. SJOO plus r.rt11ities 864·0C19 , br apt r.mall Quiet complex with pooJ S285 ptus etectnc 529-8178 VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Rent thal hOuse or apartment through a Vo.ce Class1hed Call 5~8490 And ~:ub C!~r :i=~anM~·r~1;b~r~1 ~~ v ... EMPLOYMENT. JOBS WANTED QUICK CASH St-lrt today pocket .:.etsh tonight 'ut ~!nf·a~~~~~·~;~~~~~;=h~~~~ pay tree traimng 661 2665 Sieges Theater needs arheufate enthus1~ ast1C caners w ith an interest 1.n theater to take part 1n evening sub5cr1p11on cam­paign Cal Malcolm Munro 527-0240 ADVERTISING SALES Outoo.ng ~sonahly'l' Sales experience? Rather work· m the field" than behind the de:slt" Attr.ctiveand bright? Have we ,ust described you? Then you have a future with tne Montrose Voice as an account executive Call Jerry Mulholland advet· trsing director 529-8490 for an 1ntent•ew M1dtowne Spa Houston •s currenUy accepting apphca11ons for cashier and fk>Of pop•• ')!"S A full time m. u'll riance pe• Exp nee,. u1red 111 Fanni 522· ,.9 DANCERS NEEDED Contact Rodney Only 804 PACIFIC- 524-0806 ENTETAINMMENT SANTA, SINGERS. & MORE Thi$ h011oayC1aus& Company has Santa M~ Claus V1(:ttW•an singers ~f bands pumo players. apen hOuse er 1n and "nUCh more cau 524--040!: FLORIST BRANCHES FLOWERS. 1408 w~ he1mer. 521-0848 SEEOUADSP'ArAr> ~'*••.me· Ne9'onw60e0e'h'ery. Gow-c•Hkeh f~Olftll...--"'C•• branches flowers on \he. CU(Ve 140I Wffthe4Met 521..oM8 10'Wo Orf TO MONTlllOSf: VOICE JlllAOfAS !MISC.I FDR SALE OLD HOLLYWOOD MEMORABILIA Grear Xmas ~esenu Posters new and Old) ptctures framrng Judy Marilyn Battwa and more 522· 2455 anyt1~ Opera t1cktts C,.!lenbach :J Nov $60 Porgy 18 Jan S40 3rd row center Robert 784 "625 FOR YARD SALES See ads un ·y 1rd S d >I the Voice C Id FUNERAL DIRECTORS SOUTHWE .,.. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1218 Welch. :,28-3851 ~ECJROISPtArAO CREMATION SERVICE INTERNATIONAL 3400 Monuo >29-6666 "£OURDISPLAYA1 FURNITURE RESTO RA TIDN JIM HIGGINS & C, 1 52J..8935 SEEOUADISPfAYAD STRIPPERS! We GIFTS Male/ Female stripper teiegrams lu1 u•rth· days.etc A1sostnpperSantai M•$$Santa •·rated balloons/ cakes and 1nllatab5e dolls' Capla1n Teiegram 1)21 3055 HAULING WINSTON HAUi ING 25-7944 E UURC>i::>Pf..AYAO HOME AIR CONDITIONING MIDTOWN AIR 5· 1·90'>9 52Hl ft OUR 'P Ar AU HOROSCOPES "JR P COOPER. ASTRO.REFLECT ONS .2470 S u "' Ashford #170 17077 1~824· 7888 .>perat0t -- Astro Reflections Personal Se1i-O·Scope & Compatab1/lfy Horoscopes 1-800-824-7888 •IATCf< 837 HOTELS. GUEST HOUSES LONE STAR GI IE "TH 3E. 104 Avondale, 522· 213. 52. "l"04 • fC:URDISP•AJA(J JEWELRY Genu1neemerald412car 11mdd11m1 1d nng. asking 113 apprarsed value lnd1v•d· ual 520-8232 LAWN CARE BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS. 523- LAWN El <JC.JR :H$P'.AYAfl STIXX ANO CHIPS. 665--6294 338-1145 SEE OUR !'.HSP>IA1AO LEATHER _EATHER BY BOOT'S. 711 Fairview 52!>-.?66f LEATHER BY BOOTS Custom Des19n !loom 711Fo1rvtew 8 Adoms Ltd - The 6'1 Leather By Boots-the lihpcord - Houslon Te• os-a ·s Leother - Cho1n Ot1ve - Aushn. Tax~-:._ _ LIQUOR King Cole Liquors 1802 Richmond at Woodhead Holiday Specials" We Deliver 528-0903 VoS& MC AMEX MEDICAL CARE STEVE 0 MARTINEZ M 0 12 Oaks Tower 4126 SW Fwy• 000. 621 7771 Sff ROrSP1ArA{J FiOBERT CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC b~~ax~~~::.~21 2003 ROBERT CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC NWNMNRf 521-2003 - 1305 Waugh D r N t • T 466 3648 2901 Jonn Road MODELS. ESCORTS. MASSEURS Massage (.a Roy 1)2.>-5509 T Jesday spec .. I Keeping Up O Chronicle Feolvres, 1986 Sure I'm angry. That cost a fortune and you spent the whole time storing at living legends! YOUR LAST WEEK This year for a wonoerlul feelrng Mas· sage by Bill O"Rourke M$T SGg.2298 Sensuous mHHge. FOf" • ppo1nlmenl . Ertc 520-5509 PLEASURE AFOOT Foot retlexofogy treatment (comp! men tary full-body rubdown upon request) -u1 only Ronnie (7131 528-6260 En1oy my touch with a very special rub· d~ ,wn Late hours 784· 7 ')5 For exc1t1ng. fun-Iii.eel rub Call Peter for Christmas special 464-8781 Joyful rub by nice person Expressly for those who are Sore. Weary or S1ressed Ben 270-1828 Sensuous ma!>'>&q'· 1n or out 529-3970 THE RELIEVER lntwhve body rub. secret 01ts 526-3711 STOP gettmg rubbed the wrong way Call Carl 622-3942 Happy Hol1daysSpec1a1111 12120/86 THE CADILLAC OF RUBDOWNS by David D of ET (713J ~&-8232 THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why settle tor tess? 10 years e•pertence Bill (7131 526-2470 ~1tt cert1f1cates THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why ieltlc for ,_~ 10 years expenence B• (7131 526-24:· G1" -:.ert1f1calet MASSAGE BY DAN Sale. relaxing . .-.al•sfy1ng. SeftOUS or sen· ~~:::n~ yhe:~~se·~~7c~n.'asb~rr ~ 2 00-11 pm weekdays, anytime weekends 523-9821 S1tmulat1ng. sensuous. lull body massage by handsome mascutme GWM in or out calls Bill 862-5478 11 answermg machine 1s on please leave message Bodyrub Masculine WM Oays.iln Even­ings/ OuV $20 Dan 531-9952 Hot Oii massage. 461-8490 MOVERS MOVE MASTERS Boxes tool' v~sa. MC. Amex Wtrl~ JIT,., 1925 Westhe•mer 6»6555 OPTOMETRISTS iExAS ST ATE Ol"TICAL. VIL'° AGE 6737 Stella lirik 432-1 - ~fE OUR OfSPI. A' AD PERSONALS Mascuhne G M. 28. 5 ig gay or b1 lnends 1n 1ne Ho._. re W111 ti. there December 1986 Cal: 312-921· 1981 GwM professional 28 non-smoker ~~~~s s~;'~nt~~ ~;~~ s~~~~ng~~ 25-40 with similar mtrrests Reply to PO Box 300172. 77230-0172 Houston TX all answered d1scret1r,, assured GWM 36. • )() t, !5 outside the Loop Looking tor togc!her men 24 4~ for edve11ure m the suburb'I Rep y Bhnd Box 319-H o Voice C. WM phy! 1an i:: 5 1C ' ., ctean shaven seeks guys 1Q. JO r tnendSh p dat ng re~tionsh1D Romantrc en1oy quiet evenings travl!"' movies eating out sports elc Looking lo' a 11ncereguy who krtews what he wants out ol hie Preler non-smoker t10 beard or moustache Pholo preferred w•H return 142" Wes- 1ne1mer Su1te 120 Houslon TX 7'l'!J06 All fetish edhst1ngs B- 4 s· •. t- . ea1ner. JOC:kwear muscles etc lnloPak SJ 00 TRIKX. 59 West 'Olh. NVC 10011 RULES FOR THE PERSONALS Use !he Voices Personals · as an allernat1ve to other social ways of meeting people The l0Unw1ng guidelines apply 1. Personals (and other advert11mg1 Should 1101 descnbe or 1mp1y a oescr1p-- 11on ot se •ual organs or act5 2. No Per sonats should be directed to minors We consider the •ge of consent as 21 3 Advertising mus! be··pos1!1ve." not nega­tive If you have certam preferences 1n olher people. hst the quat111es you desire Please don't be negative by listing the kinds of people or quahhes you don I desire 4 . Other catego11es 1n the c1assl-­l1eds (such as Help Wanted) cannot be used lor ··personal"" ads NOW. here·s what you CAN do Vou CAN advertise tor social encounters. even mctuding encounters ol a sexual kmd You can describe yourself. 1nclud· 1ng your interests. your looks your hab· its Tlien describe the type ol person you want to meet Be as specific or as general as you wish m yourdescnp11ons It 1h0uld all depend on how cr1hca1 your tastes are Let us assign you a Blind Ad Number or use your own address or phone number 1n your ad If you use your 1wn w•·w11ver1fy it pnor to pnnhng Thank you. and happy hunting J.0 .E. PARTY SUNDAY Attef\t1on members the $l;L.1ety ol JOE meets again! S1art1ng THIS Sunday. Dec 12. at the Cottage PlayhOuse, 611 Pac1f1c and then every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday Doors open from 6pm Sun . & from 8pm Tues & Thurs (Mo one adm11led 1n after 9pm) J 0 E helps you celebrate your gay male sexuahty m a sale. sensible (and. technically. legal) fashion Look tor the Collage Playhouse sign on Pacific. lhen follow the pathway Ifs a party Sundayr CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Whoa• Don·1 take those pictures of your boyfnend or g1rll11end to fhe drug Jtore You might get back blanks and the expla n 1l 1on. ·well. there must have been Tieth1ng wrong w1lh your camera 81 11g your film to Henry·s 1-Hour Photo 4. We$1hetmer. for conl1dent1BI pholo devetopmg and pr1nt1ng We promJSe Big Bngh1 and Beautiful Prints as clear and Sharp as possible SAFE SEX? For your mental health. havete• For your physical health make 11 sate sea; Safese• where there are no bodily fluids exchanged The virus which leads to an AIDS cond1tton is beheved usually trans· milled from one person to 11nother In blood or semen Those who are · recep· !Ive· are especially at nsk Do condom protect., It now seems that lhey provide more protect1tm than putvt0usly thought allhough there ts s!lll a risk Bui condom• MUST be used with a water· based lubn cant. and no1 with pelroteum or veqelable·based lubrican1s /because !hey actually dissolve the condom) A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Frederick Brandt "an lhc:>w you how 10 have act•ve fun or play passive games w•th the personal a<Js In tnerr book Class1l1ed Affairs.· 1nev 11 teu you how to wnte an ad that really stands out what to expect when you place or respond lo an ad and even what all ~e funny little abbfev1ahons mean Send $8 lo CIASSll•ed Affairs Alyson Pub Deril P 'l 40 Ptympton SI Boston MA ') 118 (AJso included will be a coupon tor $5 ?fl on your ne•t Personals m your .. ho1ce >I 25 pubhca11ons ncluding tne """'" PEST CONTROL RE..;Ul TS HOME CHF..MI :Al & PE!:r'" CONTROL 251~ E'm •• 524-9415, 223-4000 SLf'.N'RO' "'"' Al 1········R~~~:~······1 : 2513';, Elmen : : 524-9415 : : HJ% Discount on : .: .....S.u..p.p..li.e.s. .w..i.t.h. .t.h.i.s. .A..d. ..•: PETS ANGELS TO ZEBRAS Petworld 11725 Eastex Freeway at East Ml Houston 590-':>471 PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE 00 IT ALL' Prmt1ng and devel Jpmg enlargements. 1umbo prmts. him. Koda!( paper 2615 Waugh Or 52@.1010 HENRY"-., 1 HOUR PHOTO. 42f We t· heuner, 529-0869 CE OUR OISPlAY AO PRINTING SPEEDY PRINTING. 5400 Bellaire Blvd. 667-7417 Sff OUA D .;P A'r" Al PSYCHOLOGISTS OR NICHOLAS EDD. 2128 Welch. 527-8680 SH OUR DISPIAY A• Dr. Nicholas Edd, Psy.D. PSYCHOLOGIST 4HO"' l' • • ·•v1 ei. x ~:o~ ;1os~': W~IYI- • Monlrose .. 128 We .~ r · -., RECORDS. TAPES INFINITE RECORUS ".,1 n187 We ttM er. r..t~ am us 528 W..ttwmer -.TX77006 521-0107 ~ $5.99 NEW. USED & CO.L.L.E..C T· RECORDS RESTAURANTS CAFE lDI W Al b rr 11 lf' 52().5221 f RD PlAYAn (;HA~Lr ) 110" Westhe1mer 'izl '332 f ()(RO PtAJAn Ct- ECKER&OARO 0 '° SPECIAL ST 808 Lovett HOIRO Ar A[> CHICAtiO PIZZA 4100 M<Nldell 11)26-9780 tfOURl"'SP AYAO fHE HUNT ROOM. ':1404 Kirby ~1-9838 flOURD AYAD UNITED CAB CC. TYPESETTING DECEMBER 12. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 23 VIDEO ADS BY THE INCH PIZZA INN. 3105 S Shepherd 522-~76 fl OUR1'1::;.P1AYA() .!~ SAME DAY TYPESETTERS 4C Avondale. 529· }8490 LOBO VIDEC 1424-( Westhe•mer 522 5156 ld1t1on to our regular 1a~ ~d rates of paying "by tht: WESTHEIMER CAFE !POT PIE). 152-; Westh(·1mer. 528-4: i'fOIJ ~PIAYAI Pizza inn. Slf uROJ!>PfAi Al , ROI 1AYA.D VIDEOTREND. 1401 Whforn1a '7-0656 f OUR OISPI AY AD UPHOLSTERY. REFINISHING • Delivery ~ (Hotline) .i 522-5676 Dcp-•11rl<1/1 1/y Co11rlesy & ~fHv1ce K.11ow lhtt color of y~u c;,11> blue <111rl while FURNITURE STRIPPING SHOP WE DELIVER VIDEOS. 1420 Westhe1mer. 5?2-4485 word. you can purchase space here ··by the inch ... Since these are considered 'Display Ads. not ··c1ass1f1ed Ads ... you can include special art logos or fancy typestyles St,...1ng lhe Mtd Cenlff •rtH Grtenw•r Pt•n Montrose •nd Houston In the heart of Montrose Refinishing repairs. upholstery 529-7833 ,ff Ol!RDISPIArA.lt VlDEOSCOPE. 2016 Montrose 529-5544 REGULAR RATE ALLEN WADSWORTH CO INC 9830 Sweetwater. 445-4141 S[[ q ;i Ar Al 1" $34 2" S44 3·· $54 1 AD PER WEEK for 4 WEEKS RATE 3105 S Shepherd 699-0000 Sff OllR 0 ;P1Ar AD SPAS.POOLS YARD & GARAGE SALES SPA TO GO. 5816 SW Fwy 772-8646 SIE DUF" - <;P•A.rA.r TIRES THE TIRE PLACE. 1307 Fa1rv1ew 529-1414 urn1lure refinishing and re-upholstery • Pock-up .,..d Def•wtry • Custom OHlgn Fin11hH HAVING A YARD SALE? Ann mce 11 hen It' ·;t«nd back or 1 S29 2'" S39 3" $49 1 AD PER WEEK for 13 WEEKS RATE 1 $24 2'" S34 3" $44 1 AD PER WEEK for 26 WEEKS S/Nl:rofio • Spas • PocW & Spa Service • Chemicals (Fn·1> ( <Jmputerized water ana1r . 5816 SW Freew•y (Chimney Rock: exit! DIAL SPA-TOGO '2 r>.646 1 STORES (MISC. ITEM SJ BASIC BROTHER: i:."2( W~thetmer 52_ 1626 Slf 'RDl'>PtArA.D THE EAGLE 1544 wes1he1mer. 524-7383 $ff OURD/SPtArA.O KlLAOY"S. 1723 WRugh Dr 528-2b18 Slf (: 'H DISPLAY A./) WESTERN AUTO. ;.?036 Westheimer Sff JflOl'>PtAYAO WHOLE EARTH PROVISION CO 2934 ~EEs~e~~l~i ..5. !t~ UNITED CAB CO 699-0000 Sff f"LJH r <;p ,o A.O TAXI fr-"· <;P1A.YAD ••• 529-1414 ,.THE 1 It\ E PLACE ALL BRANDS 1307 Fa1rv1ew hlks WPSI ot M< .,,, ' TRAVEL FRANKLIN GUEST HOUSE. 1620 Franklin. Denver. Co 1303) JJl-9106 ;(I UUR DISl'I AY AD GLC TOURS. 977-9322 iff OllH" SP,A.YAH TRAVEL RESERVATIONS, 528 78~1 HOUR OISP Ar AO FRANKLIN flOlJ8f: DENVER ~O:! :!:11-91CKi !i20-Rl08 in Houston for info A Guest House at 1620 Franklin Denver, CO 80218 Hltll·•· $1-1 JI~ S1n•lr hom$'ll10uuhlr 445-4141 §AME DAY TYPE~ §ETTER§ , \ NJ•:ll' l>l\'ISJON <W '1'111•: MONTROSJ<: VOICE We'll typeset your Flyers, Menus, Business Cards, Letterheads, Resumes, Brochures, Forms, Ads-­and hundreds of other items­the Same Day (Sometimes You Just Want It Right Now!) Get 11 to us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we'll have 11 ready by Spm (size of the job permitting). NO MINIMUM TIME LIMIT' If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes you'll only be charged for 10 minutes) ' ~1 'l'YPES'l'Yl.ES TO CHOOSE FROM Pick Up and Delivery Available ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 lheCr<•Wd c. 12< 1{49( 111s1ttheV01C(' at 4( Avond, to pl Y"'-'r yard sale •Since 1975 announcement RATE 1" $19 2· S29 3'" $39 Above rates apply to Weekend Edition Rates for Midweek Ed1tu n are 1 2 above rates When You Have Something to Say that Just Can't Wait till the Weekend, Advertise It in Our New )lflN'l1llf)SE l'f)lt:~E )111)\\'EEii EX'l1ll1l • CirrnlJtt-d h<:q Tut·.,J.1y JnJ \X't·Jnt·..,J.1\ d~wu~~ Cl\U 00 Morr·,..,t· Shor .... Stnrt·.., .111J Club:-. • I.ow Atht·rt1:-.111~ Rat<.·' 'Th<: lowt·-.r adH·'"t1...rng r.ut·" c ( llll J.:. } rublit.l!itin 111 Hou:-.ton. H;.11f 1ht• rJ.1e of tht· Mon1n:1-.t· \'rntc: \\'et.·h·n<' Edit111n, •hill llf Real (1,1y C 1mmunu) ... nc Mumm"' !\u~hborhood !\c."'' :\or a lot of fluff .ind fill hh· ho-.c.· otht:r J.!UY' Thi\ mun' '\.\l' rt· n'dd not 1u-.t thumbc.:d 1hrouJ,:h ) • M.my of the porul.ir rq.~ul.1r f<:.iturt·-. of "ht· \H-C.-kenC Mun~·o..,e Vt•Jt..<: o>m1e •• 01mmt·n1.1ne,, n:\1<:w:-. r··••••••••••••••••••••••••••••·•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••1 1 One Entree' Free per Party i ~. w/Coupon at Cafe Edi 1. Serving Italian omlettes, chicken dishes and i. ............................s..a.l.a..d.. .p..l.a.t.t.e..r.s.. ............................! CAFE EDI 520-5221 WHOLE EARTH PROVISION COMPANY 526-5226 BOOKSTOP 529-2.345 MONARCH CLEANERS 522-5101 3ign the Petition al Bookslop against "Colorization" of black and while films! 24 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 12, 1986
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