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Montrose Voice, No. 325-B, January 16, 1987 - File 017. 1987-01-16. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1465/show/1456.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 325-B, January 16, 1987
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date January 16, 1987
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 16 MONTROSE VOICE/ JANUARY 16. 1987 mr. owwvw, \ wn't wusr toe afttfRJTy of the msaws bupget staff - f t> just u*eto SEE SOWL JUSTlFPffieN FORTOEW. RGUWES MiSDES * WD5 Fly OVER TOE RNNBCW, WW OH WW CANT.?" Can Mr. Reagan Kick the Habit? The Innocent Bystander By Arthur Hoppe President Reagan's budget eliminates the $225 million provided this year for state and local drug enforcement work, cuts in half the $200 million allowed for in-school drug education and freezes funding for drug abuse treatment. Good morning. VCR owners and other shut-ins. It's time for another chapter of "The Golden Years." the heartwarming saga of a lovable senior citizen who gave up his career as a retired movie actor to become a beacon of hope for freedom-hungry people everywhere. As we join Ronnie today, he is surreptitiously sprinkling a second teaspoon of sugar on his bowl of All-Bran. His attractive wife, Nancy, frowns disapprovingly. Nancy: Really, Ronnie, you know that's not good for you. Ronnie: Gosh, I can't help it. I get this craving for it. My mouth waters, my fingers tighten on the spoon. An overwhelming urge... Nancy: It's a lot easier to give up a second teaspoon of sugar than it is to give up drugs. Ronnie: Drugs? I don't take drugs. Nancy: I was thinking of all those young people out there, struggling to break the chains of their vicious drug habits and make something of themselves—without any help whatsoever from some people I could name. Ronnie: You're mad at me, aren't you? I can tell by the way you're mashing your egg with your fork. I think you got some on the toaster. Nancy: I'm a little hurt, that's all. I mean you say it's our budget and then you do this. Ronnie: Oh, I know! It's those cuts in your drug program, isn't it? Nancy: I don't ask for much, a couple of hundred million for my pet project. Ronnie: (trying to pat her shoulder) Golly, I'm sorry, Mommy. But a hundred million here and a hundred million there could add up to real money. It's time to tighten our belts, and we have to start somewhere. So don't you think we should trim all the nonessential programs that... Nancy: Non-essential! But you said just last fall that drugs were—and I quote—"as dangerous to our national security as any terrorist or foreign dicta- torship." Ronnie: That was before elections. Nancy: And I was so proud of you, the way you called for voluntary drug tests and stood up before the nation to show the way. Ronnie: That was before my prostate operation. Nancy: And while I'm struggling to make ends meet on a couple of hundred million a year, you're out carousing with the boys, talking up billion-dollar weapons systems. Ronnie: Gee, Mommy, you know how it is. I'll he sitting around relaxing with the guys, and some general will say, "Hey, have you tried this new orbiting laser mirror? Wow, it's the real stuff!" I never see where one little orbiting laser mirror could hurt. Nancy: You know very well something like that leads to a couple of popup blasters and then a dozen killer satellites. Before you know it, you're off on a trillion-dollar binge. Ronnie: But all the other guys think it's great. "Come on, Ronnie," they say, "have another snort of Star Wars." What can I do. Nancy: (taking his hand) Please dear, it's so simple. Just say no. ■ 1987 (S.F ) Chronicle Publishing Co Houston Metropolitan Ministries Loses Office Equipment in Burglary Police on Wednesday were still looking for the burglars who took a $40,000 computer, several typewriters and other electronic equipment from the offices of Houston Metropolitan Ministries, 3217 Montrose, sometime Sunday evening, Jan. 11. J.J. Britton, director of administrative services for the interfaith charity organization, said the burglars entered by breaking a rear door and window to the building, then dismantling a security gate at the entrance to the upstairs offices. The gate has been repaired and additional security measures have been implemented since the thefts, which probably took place after 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Britton said. There were no witnesses to the crime. The burglary was discovered and reported about 7:30 a.m. Monday. The computer that was stolen had stored donor and employee files that will be difficult to rebuild, Britton said. Not all of the items taken were completely insured, she noted. Britton said that although there had been incidents of forced entry to the building in the past, no major thefts had taken place. Metropolitan Ministries has occupied the renovated building for three years, and was located at the same site prior to the renovation. The charity group is supported by a coalition of area churches. Training Film Deals with AIDS in the Workplace WASHINGTON (UPD-AIDS in the workplace is one of the subjects addressed in a new series of training films being distributed to corporations by the Public Broadcasting Service. The service, called National Narrow- cast Service, is transmitted directly into the workplace via satellite, microwave or addressable cable. The video on AIDS is a taped teleconference produced specifically for NNA. Among other topics available are tax reform, health care cost containment, and inventory control. Tom's Pretty Fish 224 Westheimer (Only Six Blocks from Main St. 520-6443 Announces Tom finally, after 13 mont and 13 different Tom's Pretty Fish workers, has completed his shop so it's really a very pretty shop with a very varied inventory of pretty fish, birds, aquariums, cages and supplies. Come See ft and o many sale items. AT YOUR BREAKING POINT; :«•■ Tension, Irritability, Nervousness, Inability to concentrate, \ Self-Doubt, Increased pulse. ANXIETY has become^ a part of your life. A part you don't seem able to coDe with. ~ The FABRE CLINIC offers FREE medical treatment for anxiety. Our services always remain confidential and anyone in good health may qualify. Call us for an evaluation and appointment. FABRE CLINIC 526-2320
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