Sept. 23,1983 / Montrose Voice 27
Integrity/Houston (Episcopalian)-POB 66006
77266-526-0555: meets 7:30pm 2nd Tues at
Autry House. 6265 Main. 4 4th Tues at varied
• KPFT Radio. FM-90—419 Lovett Blvd—526-
4000: "Wilde n Stein" gay radio show Thurs
KS/AIDS Foundation—Tool Westheimer #193—
524-AIDS: AIDS Play Safe Week: Sarah Dash
concert. Numbers. 300 Westheimer, 10pm Sept
23, honoring Gay Switchboard and KSVAIDS
Foundation, private social Sept 24 lor AIDS victims honoring Diana Foundation "The Bio
Finale," 2-4pm Sept 25. Officers Club 2700
Albany: prayer vigil 4 forum 7-8pm Sept 25, St
Stephen's Church. 1805 W. Alabama' "Zap Clap
Revue Two. Too" benefit Oct 24-25 Numbers
Texas Bay Area Gays—332-3737: i
Texas Riders—c/o Mary's. 1022 Westheimer —
Unitarian/Universaliat Gay Caucus—c/o lit
Unitarian Church. 5210 Fannin-520-9767, 528-
5842: meat 3rd Sun afternoons
Westheimer Colony Arts Association—1001
Westheimer #187: Festival, 100-1100 blocks
Weslheimer, Oct 15-16
Women's Lobby Aitiance -4 Chelsea—521-0439
Conroe Area Lambda Society—Jan at (409) 756-
0354 or Ray at (409) 756-4097
Conrcw- Area I esbians-- Kathy at I409i 756-9069
meet 6pm 2nd & 4th Fri
Lesbian Mothers: subgroup ol Choices: meets
1st and 3rd Sal. 6:30pm. 210 Fairview, apt 1
Lutherans Concerned—meets at Grace Luthe-
ran Church, 2515 Waugh-521-0863, 453-1143
meet 2nd 4 4th Tues evenings
• Metropolitan Community Church oTthe Resur^
rection (MCCR) —1919 Decatur—861-9149 pot-
luck dinner 7:30pm 1st Sat monthly; services
10:45am & 7:1 Spm Sun & 7:15pm Wed: membership inquirers class 7:30pm Tues; education
classes Tues 4 Wed eves
Montrose Chorale and Bayou B'lu—Robert
Moon, dir. 521-2006: rehearsal 7:30-10pm Wed at
Bering Church, 1440 Harold
Montrose Cloggers: affiliate of l/H Inc, meet Fri
eve, Bering Church Activities Bldg, 3405 Mul-
MontroseCivic Club see Neartown Association
• Montrose Clinic—104 Westheimer—528-5531:
open weeknights 6-10pm; women's emphasis
program l-5pm Sun: open house Oct 23; "Zap
Clap Revue Two. Too" benefit Oct 24-25.
Numbers, 300 Westheimer
Montrose Counseling Center—900 Lovett
#203-529-0037: AIDS victim support group
meets 6:30pm Mon
Montrose Singers—Carl Lawrence 774-3591
after 6pm: rehearsal Mon eves. Bering Church.
1440 Harold ___________________
MSA/Thurs Night (Mixed League) Bowling-
play Stadium Bowl, 8200 Bfaeemain—961-1523
MSA/Women's Softball League-728-9371
MSA/VoHeyball-880-2930: games 7:30pm
Tues. Gregory-Lincoln school, 1101 Taft
Montrose Symphonic Band—meets al Boring
Church. 1440 Harold—527-9669 meet 7:30pm
Tues; af'iliate l/H Inc
Montrose Watch: subgroup Neartown Assoc
Neartown Association (Montrose Civic Club) —
meets at Bering Church, 1440 Harold—522-
1000: meet 7pm 4lh Tues
TENSION EASING MASSAGE
Relax tension & stress, relax & enjoy
full body massage. Call for appointment. In or out. Tom, 524-7163.
Advertising rate: d $2 for up to three bold capital words and □ 30C for each
remaining regular type word. Total minimum charge per ad $3. There are no
other rates. Advertisers who wish something different should consider running a display advertisement. □ Deadline for all advertising is 5 30pm Tuesday (or newspaper released mid-day Friday, d Blind box numbers can be
assigned for $3 each week the ad is run and all responses will be forwarded to
you by mail or picked up at our office, o Deduct 15% if you run the same ad4
weeks or more and pay for the full run in advance, o Bring or mail your
Montrose Voice Classified to:
3317 Montrose #204, Houston, TX 77006
Use this form or blank sheet of paper
(up to 3 normal-size bold capital words, total coal $2)
(additional regular, tower case words. 30* each)
Amount enclosed ._
a handsome, healthy, humorous,
happy hunk as your escort or model
from ... TexEscort. 524-9511. Major
credit cards honored. Security and
In or out, Bruce, 521-2009.
DEEP THROAT SPECIALIST
Seeks healthy males with large
problem in need of good regular service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Serious only contact Specialist.
POB 3645, Houston 77001.
DO OPPOSITES ATTRACT?
Dark haired, small, smooth Latin
male, 30, seeks companionship with
blonde, hairy Greek active white
male. Monogamous, warm, growing
relationship desired with mutually
interested person. Write Ad 152-K
c/o Montrose Voice.
$1 GAY BOOK SALE
Up to $12 values. Magazines and
hardcore paperbacks 50«. XXX-
rated video casettes $25. Collectors'
records $1. 2711 Yupon (near 1400
Westheimer). Sat. & Sun. 3-7pm.
Videocasette. $35, other titles $25 or
less. Both formats. Daniel, 526-9112.
Masc. 55-yr. Cancerian looking for
sincere relationship with straight-
appearing Taurus, Scorpio or Pisces. Write ad 151-A c/o Montrose
Businessman, white male, attractive,
35, 5'10", 170 lbs., black hair, brown
eyes. Would like to meet white,
chubby straight-looking male. 250
lbs. or more. For friendship and fun.
Please no ferns, beards or long hair.
Visit Houston occasionally. Interests include open variety. I'm open-
minded, sincere and give a lot of
myself. You won't regret you met
me. My home is your home in New
Orleans. Write ad 151-C, c/o Montrose Voice. Will answer all.
• Club Houston Baths—2205 Fanr
• Midtowne Spa—3100 Fannin—522-2379
• 2306 Club—2306 Genessee—526-6235
• 9'ers—1303 Westheirr
• Perky's—Richmond at Kirby—524-0075
•Star Pizza—gin Norfolk—523-0600
• Steak n Egg- 4231 Montrose- S2B-8135
• Tim's Coffee Shop—1525 Weslheimer—529-
• Tropicana Swim Club—2114 Peckham
PATRICIA ANNE O'KANE
Attorney at law. 526-7911.
7 days a week. All types home
repairs. GNR remodeling. 723-9628.
Ron Peters. DDS. Exam. X-ray,
cleaning $25. Open evenings _ Saturday. 523-2211. Offer expires
Models, escorts & masseurs. "We do
care enough to send the very best."
Major credit cards honored. Monthly
medical certificate. Have a real fun
time with the right guy for you.
3913 Kirby. Men's & women's hair.
Also wigs. 524-0352.
Number of weeks ad is to run —
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All of the services of River Oaks Airline Ticket Center. Bargain fares to
"most" everywhere. NYC/OW $69;
Yucatan, Acapulco, Nassau,
Jamaica $199; Las Vegas $149
including air and hotel. Houston to
London $218 confirmed. Automobile & hotel reservations worldwide.
All gay travel services are available.
3937 Richmond at Weslayan. 629-
Habit modification, sexual dysfunction, end fears, personal. Jay Carlsy
RUBDOWN, YOUR HOME
$20. Van, 493-4850.
RELAX _ ENJOY
the Bodyworks massge. Evenings
and weekends. Call Bill, 526-2470.
Gift certificates available.
Hauling, packing, supplies, too.
1925 Westheiner, 521-3155.
Complete travel arrangements. All
services are free. 2029 Southwest
LICENSEO MASTER MASSEUR
Full body massage In or out. Chase.
r Design—906 Westhein
• Cut Flowers—5015 Montrose—522-1775
• Diner's Aduil News—240 Westheimer—5
• Dramatika gifts-3224 Yoakum—526-5457
ir Design—1004 California—522- •Gracielynn Books—704 Fain.
• Baja's-402 Lovett-527-9666
_Frankl«*i Montrose at Westheimer — 529-
•House of Plea—3112 Kirby~528-3B16
• House of Shish Kabob—2042 Marshall—521-
• Neartown Garage—1901 Taft—523-2794
•Travel Consultants-2029 SW Fwy-529-6464
• Travel lnnovations-1506 W. Alabama—
Monlrose Travel Club 523-3051, commercial
SHOPS & STORES
ADULT MOVIE ARCADES
Mags, films, novelties, video. 4330
Richmond. 877-0244. 5200 Telephone, 649-9322. 7637Vi Longpoint,
957-9148. 9927 Irvington, 691-8232.
All locations open 24 hours.
•Anlique Corner—1921 Westheimer—522-6087
•Asylum Adult Bookstore—1201 Richmond
• Bail Park AOult Bookstore—1830 W Alabama
• Cobweb Liquors-2036 Westheimer—526-
• G'eefngs Pus— !41! Westheimer—630-0188
• Kirby Newstand—311S Kirby—520-0246
• Stud? Adult News-1132 W. Alabama
• TLC—602 W Alabama—524-5660
• Taft Automotive—1441 Taft—522-2190
• The T,re Place-1307 Fairview-52»ui4"
• Union Jack clothing —1212 Westheimer--52E-
• Westheimer Flea Market—1733 Westheimer
•Westheimer Interiors—1727 Westheimer—
•Wilde & Stem book store—602 Westheimer—
TRAVEL KEY WEST
Free brochure and map included.
Accomodations, restaurants, shops,
bars. Write Key West Business
Guild. POB 1208-M, Key West, FL
33040 (305) 296-7535.
For Friday evening, September 23, 1983, through Friday evening, September 30. 1983:
ARIES— The Moon is in Aries as the weekend opens, leaving Saturday
afternoon. Lucky are those who have Aries for lovers! The rams are
feeling especially loving and playful and cuddly and generous and a lot
of other good things. That should make their partners happy! It all
comes from a feeling of joy that is natural to these children of the zodiac.
TAURUS— The Moon passes through Taurus from Saturday afternoon to Monday evening. A good time to buy or sell. Anything that
involves commerce or finance will be right up your alley. This is not so
much due to luck as to your thoughtful planning. Increase is the key
word. The 24th or 25th could be especially good for signing on the
GEMINI— The Moon is in Gemini from Monday evening, the 26th,
through Thursday morning, the 29th. Looks like you've worked through
the obsession that was getting to be a bit too much. The only problem
you have now is a tendency to delay, kick back and get lazy. But then,
that won't be too much of a problem if you find someone to delay, kick
back and get lazy with!
CANCER— The Moon enters Cancer next Thursday morning, the
29th. A bit of the solitary and nostalgic is in this week's picture. Those
aren't unfamiliar feelings for Cancers, but they take on an especially
poignant strength now. Something has ended or is about to end. Start to
prepare for a new beginning.
LEO—In your sign this week: Venus (all week) and Mars (leaves next
Thursday evening, Sept. 29). Passion! Need I say more? I'm not talking
about having sex, making love, getting in, all that stuff. The possibility
for you right now is total immersion, a kind of baptism by fire that
certainly isn't the run of the mill thing. Don't miss out on this one!
VIRGO—Mercury remains in Virgo all week while Mars enters next
Thursday evening, the 29th. Someone has a gift to give you; but if you're
not in tune with your deeper self, you could miss it altogether! This gift is
not tangible, and its offering may be simple and without fanfare. Properly received, it could change your life.
LIBRA—In your sign this week: Pluto and the Sun. Autumn arrives.
Libra's time of year. You feel especially in touch with yourself. That
natural loving quality that has given you many friends shines very clearly
now. People will want to be close to you. Your warmth and gentleness
will be repaid to you many times over.
SCORPIO—In your sign this week: Saturn. And then, we have Scorpio. Though unfairly maligned by traditional astrologers, Scorpio does
have a tendency toward the devious, and this could be one of those
times. Knowing someone's faults and weaknesses doesn't mean you
have to take advantage of them. Back off with the poison stinger!
SAGITTARIUS—In your sign this week: Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune.
All of the signs of the zodiac seem to be showing their truest colors now.
Sagittarians are known for their generosity, but be careful it isn't done to
a fault. Too much of a good thing can leave you with too little. Temperance, temperance.
CAPRICORN—As to that pfcysical "discipline, you've been working
with a mental determination and you'll be A-OK, Capricorn. You've long
been receptive to any kind of learning. Whatever it is you want to know
about, now's the time to find out.
AQUARIUS—"Come live with me and be my love" is what you've been
saying. Since you've been through some heavy times of late and need
someone with a kind spirit and a light touch, you're looking for a lifem-
ate. A group of people with ideas you share is where to find this
PISCES—Tap your psychic powers and use them well. You can easily
be'the clairvoyant and seer now; there is no obstacle in this path.
"Seeing," though, can bring a feeling of responsibility to those less
fortunate. Be careful with this gift you have.
'1983 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE