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Title Montrose Voice, No. 312, October 17, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date October 17, 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 HOME DELIVERY? ADVERTISING? Call 529-8490 montrose VOICE FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1986 "The Newspaper of Montrose' ISSUE 312 Alley's 'Another Part of the Forest' Pleasant Surprise Bill O'Rourke, Montrose Live, inside HOUSTON WEATHER TONIGHT Mostly clear and mild. with a low of 55 SATURDAY Clear and mild with a high of 80. It's a great weekend for the Westheirner Art Festival. Houston Chosen for Early '87 AIDS Vaccine Testing Sheri Cohen Darbonne, inside Academy Award Material 'Children of a Lesser God' Scott Cutsinger, films, inside GPC Makes Final Plans for Election, Hears Danburg News, inside Westheimer Colony's Semi­Annual Event This Weekend Montrose Celebrates the Arts That's Your Mayor & Your Councilman at a previous Westheimer Art Fest OCTOBER 17, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 3 GPC Makes Final Plans for Election, Hears Rep. Danburg By Jim Flaherty Montrost- Voire Members of the Houston Gay Political Caucu• (GPC) discussed plans for the Nov. 4 general election at the regular meeting of the caucus, Wednesday, Oct. 15. Joe Thornton, Republican Committee chair, and Pat Gandy, Democratic chair, reminded members of the effectiveness of past election efforts 8nd urged members of the caucus, and the gay community, to do everything poasible to ensure a large turnout of gay voters. It was noted that the election was expected to produce a relatively small turnout generally, which would mean that a strong gay vote would be especially effective. Several separate efforts are planned to encourage community members to vote. A massive mailout to all of the approximately 15,000 people on the caucus mailing list, containing the caucus newsletter and cards listing HGPC endorsements, will begin next Wednesday and will continue through the following Sunday or Monday. GPC President Annise Parker stated that a large number of volunteers is needed to prepare the mailout and that 'time is !ilhort. Parker requested that anyone wishing to help, come to the GPC office, 900 Lovett, on Wednesday evening. Volunteers may also call the office, fi21·1000, and leave a message. In additton to the newsletter end endorsement card mailout, volunteers ere needed for block walking and phone bank efforts. The caucus will operate a booth during this weekend's Westheimer Colony Art Festival. The booth, to be localed in front of Mary's, at the comer of Westh•imer and Waugh, will be distributing election endorsement cards. Volunteers will be on hand for those wishing to add their names to the caucus' mailing list and purchase GPC T·shirts. Volunteers will also sell "Dove Bars" for ice cream lovers. State Rep. Debra Danburg addressed the meeting on the techniques for constituent lobbying. Dan burg stressed the need for graa:;sroots political organizing. She also urged that gay citizens work for sympathetic candidates and maintain solidarity among organizations when dealing with legislators. Dan burg also strongly expressed the view that the most important effort in t.he next few weeks would be for gays to "getoutthevote," e sentiment echoed by several caucus memJx.rs throughout the evening. David ~'owler, GPC vice president, emphasized that those planning to attend the Oct. 25 dinner for &..ton Councilman David Scondras buy their tirkets as early as possible as this is a major fundraiser for the caucus. ln other business, several members of the caucus expressed outrage at thf 11Ben Gay'' tape currently being run on KKBQ radio. The song, which is a Montrose Celebrates the Arts This Weekend Thi• wcoekend. Oct. 18 and 19, will ho u rc·le-hrntion of the visual and perform- 111..: .nrta in Monlro~e. as civic groups, husint·.· t·s and the Wei.;th"imi"r Colony A .. soc:·intion contribute their efforts to 10 blocks of art, crafts. muAic, dRnC'e, poetry and food for the fall 19X6 We•· theimer Colony Art Festival. "A Block of Art" is the theme for the Westheimer Colony Association's jur4 ied art show, to be held Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 a m. until dusk, in tht• block hounded by the 1000 block of Wes· lheim!"'r, Montrose, Lovett and Yoakum. A8 W£'11 as a wide array of viHual art, a new dimension has been added Ul the •how whi1·h indudcs a regular schedule ofmusiral performan('es. Theentert.mn · ment •Inge will h<" located on Yoakum and p;·rformam·«• !>.gin ot Hl:OO e.m . lw1th dayo. AH m tht• past l·t year!'i. the st>mi nnnual juried urt t>howwill f£'atun>o\t•r 2CXI nrtiNtJ.; from thoug-hout the· rountry ac('ording to Kerry EvanM, fe.stival dirN·tor A "ff·~tival gala'' for the participating artists will be held following the show Jesus Felix, drsigner of the festival's colorful th£'m£' poster, will receive hiA $500 poster contest prize at that timr. This foll also marks the second time tho Adopt-A-Block committee of local civic groups has sponsored entertain· ment to bring the crowds bock down the blocks of lower Westheimer. Groups involved in the effort are the Greater Montrose Business Guild, the Neartown Association, the Neartown Business Alliance, with co-sponsors the Near· town Police Community Center and the Gua~ion Angels. •·The rxlt·ndl'CI fe~tival areuf.i. rnnble projl'<"lli like plantin~ trees, bt~autifka · tion projt'("ts oncl park improvemt•nt." to l"nntinut·:· smd Adopt-A-Bl0<·k coordi· nntor ~:lroy Forbes. Adopt·A Block urtivitieR an.• planned for the 200, 300, :;oo and 700 blocks of Westheimer Plans al•o call for a large street hap· pening at the close of the festival on Sunday, when organizers hope to nttrart 1000 street dancers. each pl£'dg· ing 11 minimum of $fi to the AIDS Foun· dation Houston, Inc. Emcee David Royalty will lead the dancers in a walk· through of the "Four Corners" country west(•rn dance and the "Chirken Dam«•" parody of the recent "! Want to be a Cowboy," is, according to those present who had heard it, an insult to gay listeners. It was suggested that members call the station to express their feelings. The next meeting of the GPC will be on Nov. 5, at the Viscount Hotel on the Southwest Freeway between Kirby Drive and Buffalo Speedway. The Oct. 29 meeting will not be held to allow members to concentrate on pre-election activities. On election night. Nov. 4. members will gather for election returns at the Checkerboanl Deli, 808 Lovett. STEVE D. 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TX '7006-3028 Suo.cnptoort ,.,. ., us #f$991ed ~ , ....... .,.., ~~s :J:IP9'.,•MOnt~ i&suetl 0tSl2SPlf ...,.ti.ttNtii6tuuesl a.:. -.-s2ucn NaffOl'ef«h9'1JU19"r.,,,..,..,,,..,,...e Joe~•-> R'W"1'!· I ,O.l,l.l.M.,..,r 11ettnQISt.GllhA~,,._.'r'or11'°°11212) A~ dNd,,. Weane-so.., S.30pm loo ,.._,. rell!'.a~Frrart""'9fl"'Q Notic• IO Mh.-f•Hfl Local ldverti&lng r.ate ld'lcdule E>g;hl A • effttl•v• Apr 11 t91115 ~ T'W ~<llntOM VOtee 00.. rtO' ~sum. j ~bail'yl1W•~S11'1(1Cll111'1a Aeaders•rtias ••tdlo _,.., .. ,,.. ~aper -'Y 11.nPC•on "•OUJent ,,. __ .....,,, - - - o. OCTOBER 17, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 5 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ARE REALLY DOING A NUMBER ON US. If you thmk Jnig .. or alrnl1\ll arc keeping ym1 Jown, \'<'LI arc m gn1.xl wmran\. One out ot C\'Cf\ thrc~ l!<l\'' anJ leshian' are in the ><line hoar. Thar\ 7 m1ll1t>n t>l u,, sm1gghng with the Jbea .. e ot chemJCal J,penJl'nLe. AnJ smking for. ltJoco,n't h;1vc w he rhat way. 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Finkelstein, prei.;ident of lhl' company that developed tho vac­rmr. l .ynne Walters, a speaker for the inslt· tut.., con finned the expected dateofint1 - li11lin11 the tesL' "early in 1987," butanid the rumpany, Viral Technologies Inc. of Wa•hinglon, D.C .. still had "hurdles" to clt•nr before the vaccine is approved for human tesU; by the Food and Dru!{ Admini!dmlion. The hurdles include further toxicol­ogy t-1ludies and certain typet:oofprimaW W•lin11. a• well as application by Viral 1'l·chnologiN1 for on Invei::;tigative New Dru11 (IND) status, Walters said. Finkt'ltHt·in, a native Houstonian and formt>r Montrose resident, said that animal students conducted by his com pany "huve thus far all been positive." The primate testing will be complel<'<I "v(>rv $hortly," and fonnaJ toxicology teHt.K on diff('rcnt species are in pro· grf'MS, hp said. Finkel•tein said the vaccine, derived from a synthei;ized protein , is madt.> in th('! 1aborutory through conventional rhemicnl Kynthesis. and is not a deadi vah'CI virus vaccine, which "tf'nds to worry some people." Becau!'e of the way it is pmduced. the vaccine is "virtually frN-• of impuritie,..," Finkelstein N&id Animal testi; have shown that th(_• varC"rn<', when injected. induces the animalH' bodiCl'H to produce antibodi<'R al{ainsl a sp<'Cific element of the AfDS virufi' core, Finkelstein said . That part of lhf.' virus, known as p·l 7-gag. has l><>«n indicated specifically by AIDS reflearch(•rs as correlative Lo the numbt•r of antibodies an infected person reiainR lo fight off the disease, he said. Th£' protein, consisting of :lO amino acidM, waH diMcovered inadvertently by a company affiliated with Viral Tech­nologieB, which ran a computer ch('(·k on its Hlrut'tun• and found a 50 percent "homology with that of the AIDS virus_ Finke-l1>tein Haid. The similarity wai; thought by reHearchers to be "too clo•e to ~ roinc-idt·ntal." he said The company, Alpha-I Biomedical, waf.I conducting studies on lung canc-er pati<•nta whose immune syi;tem~ W('r<' Huppr~t"ed by radiation therapy when it iAOlatro th(> protein Finkelstein said the vaccine will ht> lcHh'<i fir~t on volunt.eeni who are mf'mht>rR of groups at the higheHtrisk of dl'vt•loping the disea•e and whose blood te•l• ne11alive for the HTLV-111 ant1- hody. "I don't for°'"" any problems (in obtninin11FDAapproval forthet"'ts)at thiM point," Finkt•lst<>in said. After the company applies for IND Rlntus, Finke]t;tein !-iaid the Rtate hais ao days to respond, after which the lt•:-;L~ are approved automatically if no n·sfM.lnHt' is received. However, Finkelstein added, the approval pl"OC('si-; rould be accelerated in thiH cat«• due to wide:-ipread public int.er­eid, and the experiments could he approved as quickly as five days after thC' appliC'ation . ~~ Coffee Shop Club 1102 Westheimer 522-3332 Daily Breakfast Specials Lunch Specials $3.95 Dinner Specials Midnight Specials Serving Beer, Wine & Champagne To go orders always welcome Open 24 Hours a Day 1100 Westheimer 527-8619 Happy Hours $I Well Drinks during Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 7am-12pm 4pm-8pm After Hours Every Night Friday Nights Open 24 Hours Open Daily 7am-4am Sun. 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Babu Pac1{ir Nf'U'IJ Sat·tC'f' Commentar)· 8pecial t<J thf' Montrose Voice 0.spite shrill accusations of super· power collusion by some Third World leaders, poor countries had much to gain if the recent summit had been sue· cesHfuJ. Third World countries, especially in Africa , are inherently unstable-many are artifiC"ial <."olonial creations suffer· inJit from economic stagnation, border conflictR, coups and counter-coups, lib­eration movt>ments. Ai:rnin and again, tht> superpowers have exploited these conflicts for their own global inter.,.ts, furtherdestabaliz· ing the Third World. That is why genuinely non-aligned African leaders harl wished for a Reagan-Gorbachev summit that would have minimized world tension Africa contains two of the most dun­gerous trouble spots that could trigger superpawrr (•onfrontation: the Horn of Afrira, with its proximity to oil-rich Saudi Arabia. and South Africa, with its Cape rou!R through which oil super· tankers pass on their trip from the Ciulf Moreovf'r, a large part of Africa is Arab and therefore directly involved in Mid· die East conflicts. The urgent need to resolve any one of th('st> conflicLq must not be underrat('(i. But the mo•t important step the RUJ'('T· powers could take would be to tackle Africa as a whole-to end their rivalry on the continent and work jointly to Hlop itA deterioration to utter misery and degradation. The most glaring cxampleR of coun tru:•s in deep t rouble are those whirh hnveo identifird themselves with onl' or another superpower. Not accidentally, these also happen to be countries with intensl' internal ronnict.q: Mozambique, Angola, Ethiopia, Zaire, Sudan . Soma· lin, for t·xumple. The conflict.-. nol only arc •hnrpent>d by superpower meddling, th<'Y fet>d off the frustration• and impa· h1•n<'(' of un 1.•m(•TJC(•nl youth who t;.H' thf" older gC'neration n..q having mP1h,ed up their lives and left them with unbeara· hie d<·ht and mangled economies. It iM sick('ning lo !"ee an ambitiou11 man like Angola's rebel Savimb1 received on a red carpet by top U.S. offi­cials simply because he makes anti Soviet noises. But it is even more clnnKerouH to international stability for t'very nm bilious braggart to ht> as~mrf'd of superpower support if he delcares war on his own government so long aA it hap1>ens to be a favoriw of the other superpower 'a-111$W"~ t10VliJ11~ Hl$1£.CSP I /ll'.l)'f e6 RX(.CO. ' 1HIS Ja'.XW ~ CA'it tP ' llXTH HI!> ~1/X 11JStn01J On th{> economic front, the situation is a question of life and death . If miJlions now perish either through starvation, malnutrition or related diAease when tht' continent has only 400 million more mouths to feed. what will happen by the turn of the centurv when there are 400 million more? . A tiny fraction of the superpowers' expenditure on arms and space exploration could transform even the Sahara into fertile and lush green fields This is a qu('i;tlon which require~ the t;uperpower~ to go beyond minimizing wor1d t(>n~ionR to some form of real C<IO· ~truC"tivC> C'oopuation. The trreatf'st and immedialf' nt"t'd u-1 water Thou1rh Africa abound~in riveni~ water is Tnrcl' on much of the conti­nent. The Unit<>d States and the Soviet Union have acromplished miracles in wak•r works-the Soviets have just embarked on another gigantic scheme to redirect water down a 2000 kilometer canal to arid parts of Soviet Asia at a mere co•t of $10 billion A tiny fraction of the superpowers' expenditure on arms and space explora­tion could transform even the Sahara into fertile and lush green fields. Texas State Optical-Village has moved to 6737 Stella Link at Bellaire Blvd. 432-1137 Man.-Fri. 10:00-6:00 Saturday 10:00-4:00 FEIFFER. W-OfWSP/~? r wr f€ QmD w. / With their combined expertij'::e and re•ource•, the United Sta!Rs and Soviet Union could embark on a joint entt'r­prifw to c:hnnge the face of Africa thTOuJl'h irrigation canals, land fertili­zation. reforestation-and even guaran­t, e(> it future rain. The re•pon8ibility for such a project could be extended to include other per­manent members of the UN Security Council, Japan and G<!nnany. If the summit process had gotten the discus­Rions going, the UN could have then 1l. A., •ro 1420 westhe'm"' 1 . j%~on. Texas 522-4485 Wlf. DELIVER VIDEOS Head1 and Tai/1 Abo11e the Reif -La ge 5elec11on a All-Male VHS Tapes - Tues. Thurs and Sun Rentals $2 far Our Members - Now Open Sunday 2 to 8 OPEN 7 DAYS• Amex, Visa. MC summoned a !';pecial conference of the Security Council and the Organiztion of African Unity to work out a 2tJ..year pro­gram for water and land transform&· tion for Africa. This we;; the best and only way to end the Cold War in Africa. rescue the conti­nent and further world peace in the pro­cess. PNS U&Odate editor AM S.bu. a former ecof\Omic <U!vetopment minsster ol Tanzarua whO has taught a1 Amhefs1 and Olh91 US colleg•. tS a veteran analyst ol Alncan and Th•rd World aftarrs General Auto Repair Tune Ups • Oil Changes •Brakes• Tues.-Sat. 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Sperl vs Latin Express. Angels vs Rock ·n· Horse. Bears vs Special Blend. Ducks vs Faster Women. Bears vs Rebels. Ducks vs Herncanes. and Faster Women vs Rebels e Howton Wo Si•*1bl 1. Ca• tyr S6 I leagu., Sund•Y1 thru Ocl He1ghls-L1ons Fiekt 13th SI ne1r s~ p~ d ef'Front Runners to Participate in Two Runs From Houston Front Runners This Saturday, Oct 18. several Front Runners w1l. participate in two fun runs. TenAor Texas. being held m the Woodlands at 7 30 am and the Fall Fun Run at the Swef•lwater Country Club m Sugar land al 8 00 a m The Sugarland run benefits the Assoc1~ a11on of Retarded Citizens e Front RunO(!rS, Oav•d 933 1558 runs \)am Sun 6 l(lpm Tl.le & T'1u horn Memorial Park; Tenrus Ctr Advertisina Sales . There are opportunities avaiiable at Houston's New Newspaper. Call Jerry Mulholland. 529-8490 Experience preferred Out-going personality. self-mot1vat1on. required Houston Daily Voice We're Going to Impress You! Sunday October 19, 1986 4pm-10pm invitations only! public invited after lOpm Surprise Special Guest Performance We also welcome the Hit Parade Party a Halloween Extravoganza Sunday Oct. 26 DIVINE Allhallows Eve - Oct. 30th- 901 N. Shepherd • Houston NRG lnfOITTlOllon • 863-0010 • 7 Days a Week • Happy Hour 8am-8pm • Lights, Sound, Video • Never a Cover Charge • Secure Lighted Parking • VHS Video Courtesl_of Videoscope MON. & TUE.: MOVIE NIGHT __Ch eck the si_gn out front for Movie of the Ni hL MDN.-TUE.- THURS.: Happy Hour All Day/All Night 1.50 Well $1.25 Beer WEDNESDAY Stri~ Contest 10pm, with MC MAUOE $100 1st Prize, $25 1st RunnerUp FRIOAY: THE MONTROSE MEN Showtime 10 & 12 SATURDAY & SUNDAY: MUSCLES IN ACTION, Showtime 10 & 12 SATURDAY & SUNDAY Art Festival Shows 2-4-6pm wtih special guest TINY MAC & HIGH ENERGY CHERI. Also the cast of the Sunday Niy_ht Show 75C Cape Cods & Screwdrivers All Dai_ & All Ni ht Sunda 75c Schnapps All The Time 428 WESTHEIMER - 529-25D6 12 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17 1986 The Far Side by Gary Larson "Hal Thok gel short strowt ... Thok go see ii Zog still live here." "Again' What is rt wrth you that as soon as you put one lrn on the land you hove lo go?" CJ --,-~ ... - rrl~~ "Rondy! Just sit down, eat your cereal, and look for that thing loterl" f!J ii) I U r ~ · )i\~11uarqe~ ~ ~i-Y-~ "Whal con you do for my neck?" The operation was o success Loter, the duck, with his new human brorn. went on to become the leader of a great floe"" Irwin, however, was osllocized by hrs lllends and family and eventually 1usl ambled south. Fortunes Virgo Tries to Relax By Mork Orlon Fa1 Frtday. Oct 17. lhr ugh Thutsd•y. Oct 23. 1986 ARIES The full moon weekend finds ydu out end about You sparkle as you mix into the flow of the harmless insanity Your sense ol humor comes into play In avoiding a sticky social situation. Enjoy TAURUS-A new pro1ect on the job doesn't demand as much time and effort as you in1t1ally planned. Now that you understand Just what is expected, tension lessens and 11 affords you time to spend with those closest to you. This is a good time to invite people into your home for small. 1nt1mate gatherings GEMINI-A linancral crunch shouldn·1 cause you to ignore your needs. With a little frugality. you can take care of neces­sities and still enjoy a good social life Stick with a new budget and avoid an even tighter bind CANCER ·Shying away from a roman­tic advance may cause you to miss out on a good opportunlly to add some love to your lile. At th rs time you radiate warmth and concern Others pick up the signals Trust your lntu1t1ons and follow through on your feelings LEO ·Your preoccupation with finan­cial matters may lead to the alienation of friends Don·1 let money matters play such an important role in your life_ If you stop and survey the situation there really may be no problem. The coming week provides an opportunity for an outing with fnends It's okay Your budget won't be crimped VIRGO New relaxation techniques ease tension and stress brought on by work respons1bllt1es. Don't dismiss the importance of taking care of your health Begin to pay more attention lo yourself physically, mentally, emotionally and spintually LIBRA What appears to be fatigue may result from sheer boredom. Now is a good time to change some routines and habits A new hobby, one which produ­ces tangible results, adds v1tafFty in your hfe The new energy boils over into your social arena SCORPIO You may find yourself 1n several s1tuauons requiring you to make decisions with others Compromise and diplomacy 1s the key 10 getting the job done You are known to work well in groups Don't overdo Spend some trme alone to gather your wits SAGITTARIUS Remove all masks that have disguised the lrue you. Show acQuaintances who you really are. Chan­ces are they'll lrke what they see. You feel relief after unveiling the true, beautiful self CAPRICORN Something you saw may nol be whal you think Don't hestr­tate to rnvestrgate fully before becoming upset Once the truth 1s known, you may leel a lrttle silly Laugh 11 off as a lesson worth learning AQUARIUS "Plans for upcoming holr­day travel should be finalized now Delay may lorce a schedule change. You have all the information needed to make the necessary decisions By including some­one special, your plans become more exc1tmg PISCES Dunng this period, you notice a high energy feeling. Use the surge to complete pro1ects set aside ear­lier Proper channeling at this time wins points socially and occupationally You accomplish a great deal with long lasting consequences llM fHl M()Hl f V [ Iii OCTOB!=R 17. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 13 _, rs10001 tl 1 1 off :, HSK CONTRACTING goi•n g stm:.es 111411~1:00 o strong! I.ate "'IJ.thl Performance... \,uurdJ\. I lpm SundJ\. 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I I•: MONTR OSE VOICE We'll typeset your Flyers, Menus, Business Cards, Letterheads, Resumes, Brochures, Forms, Ads­and hundreds of other items­the Same Day (Sometimes You Just Want It Right Now!) Get 1t to us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we'll have 1t ready by Spm (size of the JOb permitting) NO MINIMUM TIME LIMIT! If your typesetting really only takes 10 minutes, you'll only be charged for 10 minutes) ~1 'l'YPES'l'YLE~ ·ro CHOOSE FH.OM Pick Up and Delivery Available ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 14 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17, 1986 • • • • • I • I •• -. HENRY'S 1 PHOTO • • ••••••••• -. -.. Evetything You Always Wanted to Know About Fast Photo Developing • • PRICES At Henry's, you have your choice of three rate formulas, which are comparable to theratescharged by other fast-photo places, drug stores and supermarkets. Basically it's this: The longer vou can wait for your photo developing, the lower the developing and printing price. After all. "Time• ls mom•y" You may think drug stores and supermarkets have about the lowest prices around for photo developing. And you are almost right. They usually offer what is called "next day servict>" but which is in many cases a two-day wait. (You must drop your film off before their daily pickup and cannot piC'k it hack up until after the next day's pickup. So. if their daily pickup is al, say, !pm, and you arrive on a Monday al 2pm, your film won't be back until Wednesday at lpm. That's 47hours later. Yes. they call this "next day service.'' At Henry\, we offer this same "speed," if that's what you want, but we're honest in our description ofit. We call it "2 Day, ervice." And v.:ith it, you get our lowest rate, which is about the same as the drug stores and supermarkets. It's as low as J.99 a roll. By letting us have 48 hours to do your film. we can do it during our slack periods. or at night, while continuing to keepourmachines running for those customers who want their photos "right now." This brings us to our famous "One Hour Service." Sometimes you just don't want to wait. You nc>ed your film developed and printed immediately. Even while you wait. We II do it. And in less than an hour for 90% of the customers wanting this service. Our one-hour service costs more, of course, than drug store processing. But it's still reasonably priced at as low as $6.59. How about a compromise between speed and price? We also have a real One Day Scrvicc>, where we promise to have it ready for you in 24 hours, irregardless of what time you bringitin. That price is as low as $4.99 a roll. SIZE OF PRINTS For 35mm film, you have a choice of standard prints (3•')), large prints (4x6), or profC'ssional·sizr prinL~ (5x7). The bigger the print, of course. the more the cost. SHOTS THAT DON'T COME OUT We don't charge you for blank or unexposed shots on your negative We charge a small dC'vcloping fee for the negative and then only charge you for the 'printablc>" piC'tures. CENSORSHIP It'· not for us to judge. We develop all our customers' pictures rnnfidentially with thc> samt' care and quality. NO GETIING LOST At the drug storc>s and supermarkets, your film goes on a lot of trips. Some chains evt•n prorc>ss their Houston film in Dallas. All that traveling increases the ch an ct' that your film will get lostordamaged­or sent to someone else while you get theirs. At Henry's, we do all 3.'Jmm color film in our lab-right there where you droppc•d it off al 4281h Westheimer. The rc>gular color-print film never leav<•s. (We do send out slides. hlack and white film, prinL~ from prints. and •IO and up enlargemenL~ . They all are pick<·d up and rc>turned hy thl' Kodak commercial lab in Houston which has the abilit~ to process everything that we can't.) PAPER AND CHEMICALS Wc> use Kodak and Fuji papt•r with Kis chemicals Why the mixturc>" Kis (the manufacturer of our C'quipml'nll rC'commends Kodak paper, whiC"h works best in most cases. Wt· have found, however. that Fuji papt'r will give a helter look for some c·ustonwrs, especially thost• using Fuji film. So wc> use what works hcst for wwr photos. We are not til'd down to one company, like most other fast photo and drug ston·s arc•. COMMERCIAL PHOTO PRINTING Let us bid on your mass q uanll ties, from a couple of down tn a rouplc of thousand (Photos makl' grc•a t invitations.) And all photo cJpveloping, from I copy to a thousand enlargements, gets !ht• samc• C'Ustom quality control. 428V2 Westheimer Houston. TX 77006 (713) 529-0869 Letters to the Voice From lhe readers of the Montrose Voice Moved to Help Someone Else From Mrs. Chnstme Pope There is now a national campaign underway to help people w11h AIDS I am a volunteer for this pro1ect - to help spread the word about the .. Stamp Out Al OS'' stamp project • Could you please (inform your readers) that this ts an inexpensive way we can all have a part m this cause? I am touched by all the sadness AIDS has caused It breaks my heart to hear and read about all the young people dymg especially those dying without loved ones near and are often ostracized from family and fnends I am fortunate My life has been blessed I feel moved to help someone else Thank you Write the Voice Item m the 'Letters' column are opinions of readers end not necessarily those of the Voice. Readers are encouraged to subm11 theJr thoughts on issues of inlerest to Houston Please keep letters brief and mail to "Letters to the Editor," Mon1rose Voice, 408 Avondale. Houston. TX n006. All letters must be signed and include address and phone number to verify aulhent1c1ty Address and phone·Wtll not be printed. Name will be withheld on request Gay Man Gets Life Insurance After Eight- Month Battle Prom a National Gay Rights Adt•O("ateio prfss release North American Life and Casualty Company has been foret'd to rev•rse itself and accept an application for life insurance from a gay man. Edward Miller of San Diego was rejected by the Minnesota-based company because he named an "unrelated" male as his bene­ficiary. North American also cited an investigative report by the Hooper· Holmes investi~ative agenry, whirhcri· ticized Miller's poor morals for living with another man. National Gay Rights Advocates {NGRA). representing Miller, filed a for· mal discrimination complaint with the C'alifor11ia Department of Insurance against both North American and Hooper Holmes. The Department ruled in favor of NGRA on both count.•. status," he added. In addition to telling Miller that his lover (who is also his housemate and busineE>s partner) had "no insurable interest in his life." North Arneriran had also orilfinally rejected his applies· tion h<-cauf'e he would not submit to a blood l••t. They repeatedly refused to say what tests would be performed, responding only that Miller is in a high risk group for"blood disorders" !>.cause he is a single male between the ages of 20 nnd f>O. Miller finally received his insurance in October-nearly eight months after he first applied. OCTOBER 17, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 15 Un-Party Sunday 5pm till? ----~"'- Cash Pool Tournament Tuesday 8pm 2923 Ma;n~~ 522-0000 Direct Buria~ Cremation CREIDAT!On SERVICE tnTERilATIOilAL" Operated by James H Murphy Funeral Homes :::= Western Auto Men's 26 in. 10-Speed "California law specifically prohibits Racer life and health insurers from rejt-cting upplicnntH becaufie they are gay or leH· bian," d1<:lared Benjamin Schatz, dire<'· tor of NGRA AIDS Civil Ri11hts Proiect. ''\\'c're not going to let insurt'rM Ji(l•t oniund these laws by w;ing polit• t>upht:misms about 'morah•' or marital New Automotive Discount Store 2036 Westhe1mer Houston, TX 77098 59ss In Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voic:e Front Disc Brake Special We'll repl· ce fr mt disc b·ak.e pa resurface rotor! rebuild cahper bleed hydraulic system & refill ·e· place inner & outer front wheel bear 1ngs inspect master cyhnders S. road tr.st. Mo!.t U.S cars "·· ..........5....9....e...e... ............ ~ ~ Coupon Good for One Western Auto Hat C22-2999-5l or Western Auto Pocket Flashlight [28-4252-41 SALON Presents Premiere Opening Introductory Haircut $15. For appointment coll 522-7866. 1515% Dunlavy. at 00«' 34 2930-5 Boy's or Girl's 20 in. BMX Bicycle 59ss 34-2760.61 Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas Servicing the Community 24 Hours Daily 16 MONTROSE VOICE OCTOBER 17, 1986 Montrose Live Happy Surprises to be Found in the 'Forest' Jam<>s Jeter portrays family patriarch Marcu• Hubbard and Bonnie Black playa his manipulative daughter Regina in the Alley Thratre's Large ta/i(e produ<:trnn of •·Another Part of the Fort·st" By Bill O'Rourke Jlontron \ ..o it'e Afl()thu Part of the Forest, at the Alley, ;, delightful! Faced with a play about a bickering Southern family written by The Child ren 's Hour author. Lillian Hellman, l'd expected heavy flogging through a musty old morru;t; of regret and oppres· s1on . Surprise! There is an oppressive patriarch , but everyone else is up to a good fight. Everyone look• forward with hope. And, all except one per.on, end up getting their own way, or some· thing e\'Pn better. Even he seems to leave the play with plots for a rosier future. It is a tembly witty play. Some horri· hie events that could be tear-jerking in another play bring laughter with them. All of that mirth without the actors ever obviously playing for the laugh•. that is quahty humor~ Director Pat Brown has orchestrated an odd "Ort of realism here. At second glance. one notices that the doors in Chari.,. S Kading's set work with such forced perspective that their tops slope prodigi6usly One of the tactics that Bonnie Black's Regina uses is that forcf'd belle cuten<Rs. One wouldn't be surpriHed if she said, "Fiddle dee dee." Yet everything and everyone is so natu rally themselve~. The Alie}' wi~ety showcases its own company. Rosemary Prinz is a guest, but ,he fits •o perfectly into the ensem­ble that one forgets. Jam.,. Jeter i• back. magnificently. Brandon mith, Jeff Bennett and Cynthia Rider are all in top form . TheAlleywill betouringthi show. I'm warnmg my mother in Colorado Sprini:s not lo miss it. You shouldn't, either. o The Art Scene We expect Texa' landscapes to be real· ism ''r perhap!-o the Indian influence. James Hu hy'a lush impre6sionistir n>manticii.;m surpriJtts w;. u~in~ bold daubs of muted color!', rather hke S<·urat's points, and fiwirling skies of baby blanket hues, this style seem• best suited to fall forests at eum.,,et. Most of his pictures are just that, but an impresf'ive one was of a dirt road His eye, like Renior's, finds at leaslfour color in the tom up track and his sure grasp of textures contrasts with a smooth, well-carOO for section of the lane. The•• are on display at DuBo e­Rein Gallenes, 1700 BiRSonnet. You can ~ Seurat's own workb as part of two complementing exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts. Jn om• su1tP. ii; French clothing from 1700-1900. The•e are gorgeously flatter· ing garmt"nts with their brocade. emhroidery gold lace, etc. In anolhl'r suite hang portraits of the fascinating people who wore tho!-ie doth es Th(·re are two of the most famous lov· ers of all time, for ex.ample. Madame Pompadour, mistress of the king, primps in front of her mirror, putting on a "little" too much rouge. She looks sur prisingly perky. Paul Verlaine, on the other hand, comes off looking almost like a Puritan. He and his lover, Arthur Rimbaud <born Oct. 20), "'rote joyously and bluntly erotic poetry. Thl' portraits start with obviously posed people surrounded by symbolic detail. Then comes a wonderful period when the subjects are flatteringly caught "on the wing" surrounded by objects from their own everyday lives . Jo~rom there, it HpJits into two campt;­those who focus solely on the pen;on, wa. hing out the background and those who roncentrate on the way the back· gTound reveals the sitterR pen;onalitits and minimalize theNilter himself. There it-i even onr painting of an arti.i;i;t 'fl broth· er's back. ~ittin~ with his hat on! o Notes ThP Houston Center for Photography is turning five! . Showtix celebrates its second anni ver~ary on the 19th. Get ready for Bx JO Glossy. This is The Group's first lesbian play and will open Oct. 27 ut Kindred Spirits ... Sun~s and Revelations has been postponed Iii December ... . This is the last weekend for Tiu· Cal­/ mg of Jeru:ho Jones at Theater Su bur· bia. The gala opening of Chocolate Bay· ou's Df'l'pm the HeartClickets JOO) will feature an apres show "Down Home Supper and ocial" at Carolina, Carolyn Farb's River Oaks home . . .. On Tue.day nights, whether at Comedy Work.hop or the Com ix Annex. you ettn hnrtt:>r your way in by trading anything worth $2-a piece of your own creation or a white elephant-for a ticket .... The National Endowment for the Arl.8 i:ave i~• largt•st challenge grant in the SouthweAt to the Houston Sym­phony Orrhestra-$650,0001 ThP 1987 Houston Festival is coming together . MuRiciant", dancers and misiak<• . B'days: 17-Jean Arthur, Spring Byington. 18-Kotherine Kurtz, Lotte (,,.nyo, George C. Scott. 19-Divine, Roh<•rt Reed. 20-Aelo Lugosi, Arlene Francis. 21-Trd Shawn, Samuel Foote. Carrie Fisher. 22-Annette Funicello, Jeff Goldblum 2:1-Johnny Carson, Augu•t vein Platen. Sarah Bernhardt "All men are forced into one of two categori(·a: tho""-' wilh eleven fingert; and thost• without."-Ned Rorem (born (kt. 23). o Openings B/1th• Spmt <Company Onstage. 17). Tht" Flying Karamozov Brothers tGulveston'M Grand. 17)-hilarious fflUflit'T jugglf'rR. Four Walls, ~' ive States (Houston Ct·nter for Photography , I 7)­exhibition by Walter Hopps, late thir· tie• in the south photos by John Gutmann. Jerrv Lee Lewis (Rockefellers, 17). ONO!. · La Vie Parisienne (Museum of Fine Arts. 18, 8:45-?)-Family Day! ONO• Nina Martin / Performance <Ham· man Holl, Rice, 11:!>-dance. ONO! Shadowfax (Rockefellers, 18)-0NO! Big Mountain Benefit <Fitzgeralds. 19, fl-2>-loc·al mu!"ic-ians The Chainsaw Party !logo, The Crui•e-0-matics and Shake Russell! Lol' more! ONO! David Grisman (Rockefellers. 19)­BluegraAs, rock fut-1ion. ONO! Tlw Cr<·otivity of Man (Museum of Fine Art•, 21 )-thl' first annual Loren· zini IC'c;ture. Given by Pulitzer Prize· winnlnK hislorian . Freebies, but resc•rvation required. llSPVA Chamber ·orchestra (!ISPVA. 21!. ONQI Miss Jane Pucker. norist to Buck· inghllm Palace (5/;6-5573, 21)- (left to riRhti Claire Hart·Palumbo, Gal/,. \Valker and Susan Vaughan •hare momet1t. from the play, "8x 10 Glos, y," opening at Kindred Spirits Oct. 27 theater performers must apply by Nov. I Tht• four C'ah-gorie.- in the writer's C'Ompctition are poetry, fiction, eHHay and drama. Deadline for thoseentrieH is Novembn 11. Call 521-0993 . . .. Arts and crafts people have a littlr longer 'til February. Call Barbara Metyko at 527-9:1:10. o Celebrate! Od. lh. 1961 . A Henry MatiRRe painting was hung up•ndedown in the New York Mu •·um of Modern Art. It tt>0k them 47 d&\'B llnd 100,000 viewers to rPaLize their •eminan< henefitllni: the Make-A Wi•h Foundation. ONO! Dana Cooper's DC:! (,Jones Plaza. 23, mxinJ. Fr..,.h1es. ONO' Chornlis Ara•• (,Jones Plaza, 2~ . noon). ~·n•·hies . ON01 The IJl'tlth of JJ. ... ,icSmith and Count lnJI th•• Way• CAiiey, 2:1)-two Edward Ali,,.,. one al'ts dir<•rted by the plav· wright him•elf. · llt•ep m thr H!'art !Chocolate Bayou, 2.1>-one man show by folk ' puliticul humorist John Henry Faulk. CHUTES 1732 Westheimer 523-2213 Friday: 10pm- Lube Wrestling Contest $50 Cash Prize M.C.-Brucella Devaull from E.J.'s Country Sundays with BJ.s Band 4-8pm Beer Bust Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Sat. Oct 25: Mr. Chutes Contest 11pm Based on apparel (Leather/ Country Western) and appearance Judged by Representatives of Montrose Voice & Houston Forum $50 Cash Prize to Winner ALSO Texas Tough Customer Party with photographer from "Drummer" magazine taking pictures of hot Texas men for "Texas" magazine sponsored by "Drummer" Sunday, Oct.26: SPOT Masquerade Party 6-10pm Oct. 31: Texas Riders Slave Auction. 9pm Halloween Night. Home of S.P.O.T. and Eagle Leathers OCTOBER 17. 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 17 ----------- e QUALITY -Fresh Meats Cooked Daily - Valley Fresh Vegetables -Fresh Dough Made Daily with whole wheat, olive oil, fresh yeast and honey - We use only 100% Real Cheese -2 Dozen Imported Beers -SoHo Natural Sodas -2 Dozen Imported & Domestic Wines e ENTERTAIN­MENT/ ATMOSPHERE -Open Mike & Poetry, Wed. Night - Live Music, Fri. Night - Beer Specials - TV Screen & Oldies Juke Box -Seating for 100 e VALUE ....'l . ........................................., . . .: :: October Special l -Large Pepperoni Pizza l -Four Garden Salads : -Pitcher of Soft Drinks l -4 Slices of Pumpkin l Pie $9.99 .~ GOOD FOR DELIVERY SEAVES4 Not valid with any nther offer E•p1res ! ................. 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Tht·!"e artist.H returned to nature and found an inexhaustible source of imtpiralion in plant life. Art Nouveau. or Le Mod('rn Style as it became known in Frenrh. ('ame from this movemt>nl and reached its peak in 1900. About 1920, nowers, fruits, insects, vines and leaves became stylized result· inJ£ in a more Rober line with nature form!'.'. You may recall many of the Tif· fany dt-signs from this period. Later Art Nouvel\u, n:implt·tely !-ltyhzed. dis~o1ved into the popular Art Deco Style Al the Exp<Nllon llniverselle of 1900 in Paris, Henn &ilhet, nephew and ~uc­ces~ or of Char/f•S ChriRtofle, already 70 yl•nrs old . de"igned some 300 model~ in a styl<• that is "till difficult lo classify Hand~me vh~ual merchandising artif't, Lel' Findlry explained, "It is so rare for Gump?~ to be as~ociated "rith reproduc~ tions_ Rut these pieces and the Bocarri collt'ttion art• certainly worth explnr-ing o Heavenly Artists Tom J.1dde/I, Darrell Troppy and won· drrful line 11rt1 t Mary Burin are being featun>d this weekend at Heaven along with works from the student:; of the Art Jn,titute of Houston. The sludenL• are competing for a .:500 cash award for tht> hf-.st Ueav~n poster. A viewing will he open to the public on Sunday after· noon o Master Works 611 ortist m resident. Wa)·neMeans-a master in his own right of silk screen, Indian art, design and display, is pres­enting" A TribuLe to the Masters." ori1.-i· nal watercolor reproductions by Wayne of works by such great artists as da Vinci. Michelangelo, Manet, Van Gogh, and Pi<'asso. The wonderful pieces will be displayed through Sunday with an 8:00 p.m. public auction benefilting Omega Hou. o Hoe Down Hew Down at The Barn is a yearly event-as famous as all those spring hula skiru. CYB Vince shirtle•s? All that hair John Owens stuck in the The Canna &u·I u·as created abaut 1907 U'lth two P/egantly shaped leaties conne<t•d by a flou·ing .•tem·l1ke handle, all fur about $550 durinlf Gump's celebration near Umon . quare location. The Galleria-Houston location of Gump's. nc)t Pxperiencing the current Houston slump. is hosting a remarkable Art Nouveau colJection of silver by Chmtofle The late 19th century was a tra~h can? At;h[e)· going home early'! Hay all over the place• It was a real cowboy winner and as I have been told . the ac-tion ran most of the night and only a few names will be repealed, but I have a lot of initials recorded . Hoe \\le eat at The Barn Down foaturffi live [),J music by Larry& Du.•tl' of the Red Ryders DJ Service, 3;,4.;1700. Somr 10,000 -.Jections make up tht:>ir collection of music. Mranwhilr Vinl'e and John were doing a faHt polka when Vince lifted John up and neatly fit him right into a tra•h barrel. People left and brought hack their own crowd. Even Cindy per· formed n big fall down net for Hoe Down Tuesday Stt-uk Night was filled with Hoe Down talk . Spied in the crowd was Dnllns·hound Rick visiting with Dallas tttumCt·s Billy & Roland; Jim /,ambert & Miki• Gonzales; Mf'I and several fol · lower.-i. Big news at The Bam was tht" announ«(•mt·nt of J:M>(·r busts from8to12 Monday· Friday for $:!. o Names in the News BRB's Waltn Carter is doing just fine-even though Alan Pierce did not IPt him W<'nr th<> horse t1uit in the hospi · tal. Bodyworks Bill is down and out with thi~ m•w nu going around. Dair Ei·rrts of Dale's Barber Stylingofth• Heights has a funny •Lory about a rffi nr<"k homophobe in his shop. Seems the man's rhetoric got a little too prejudice and Dale show..<! him the door. The funny po.rt iR lhnttheman Jeftwith long hair on one Hide and a short razor cut on the other Wordcraft's Bill Lubinlf is suffering from a dental visit side effect· Bell 's Palsey, a paralysis from streHS or a virus that has to wear off in a few we('ks or months. TGRA and IGRA officials are meet· ing all over thr Htate as the Dallas rodro dat<"a move toward us. R<"memher if you want lo charge tickrtn, call Ticketron The big savings is thl• admission to all "ThiR lilt·ak '~on me." said MPI l'Vl'nt."' for only $22 if you purchase hefQre Nov. I. The big costume fu nd­rni8'• r for TGRA is al The Barn, Oct. 30. Another benefit i• slated for Sunday, Oct. 26, at Rock ' n ' Ho r se. FYI, if you have not wit:dwd Narene Kre a Happy Birthday, call, write, go by, but let her know wt• care. o Out and About SPOTS are loose agam at Chutes Sun day at I :00 p.m. to approve their ronstitutinn-Short People of Texas. Thev art- known to rolled around Nteps unti.l f'omt"Cmt• ht.>lps them out. Fredi~ no fool! Night or day, he guards The Tire Place, hut re<.·cntly after he closed up, ~omron(' tm11'>ed a tire into the window~ and mndeoffwith theofficetiredisplay. Du·kw 1-mys Monday Night Pool Tour· nam(•nbt come to Mary's using MSA :1·,~~~:i''· · Yesterday's · World Antiques " Moving ~ Sale rrJ 1709 Westheimer \,I.~ at Dunlavy [1? Everything Must ~ Go! 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Call RE5ULT5 Pest Control & Sanitation and Win the War 223-4000 Lorena Mclaughlin- owner/ operator TXPCL #6155 OCTOBER 17, 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 19 Scorpio Party Friday, Oct. 24, 1986 Bpm-Closing Nobody does it like I;' U' fl" S'., ~. , : l·-t l~,' :: ~f . ~t~ • I Every Pour a Double! 1022 Westheimer 528-8851 Home of Eagle Leather 20 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17, 1986 Houston Daily Arthur! . ~ ··~:,/!IP VOICE I . ' " admired by m·a.l new1ml'n and columnt1t• and by most of his rwals. "-Newsweek " Hop~. uho ,•fl'.•$ u·idl'/y Jmou·n than Art BU<'hu·ald ond Rusu/I Baker, may nonetheka• M the n.at1on8 bnt politu:a.l aat1rlst . .. -Columbia Journalism Review ,'t!o:f::u~i~: 07~1 a'11.'f·~'Tf ~:1 Hu •~UJI ta~nt U to hold a. mirror to /ifl' and ll't the rtV# . 1ma.1Je ~fl«t Beginning Monday, Nov. 10, in Houston's New Newspaper Coming to Houston's New Newspaper Houston Daily Beginning Monday, Nov. 10 T no~ TiCf D "Eyebeam" by Sam Hurt ••• and a whole lot more in the V • '.l. ~ ..l.2J Eyebeom - o young lawyer sifting through the absurdities of life Ratliff - his procroslinotin91 underachieving roommate Solly- his overcynicol artist girllriend Rod - his lriend, hunk of bod, light of wit Honie - his hallucination Fo~a~ aJt~u~o~ D~i~IJ~c~~Ih~~~eRw~t~~o~~~dSs~b~c~~!~~N Call 529-8490 We'll Deliver Houston's New Newspaper to Your Doorstep Every Weekday Morning INTRODUCTORY CHARTER SUBSCRIPTIONS: • 3 months $16.50 • 6 months $29 • 1 year $55 You can charge to any major credit card, or we'll bill you later OCTOBER 17, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 21 'Children' An Outstanding Pie of the Year thrilled v..i.th her young parents. close friends, and her grandparents that are dead in the eighties. Everyone thinks she's crazy a,. , in her joy, she hugs and kisses e\'ervone. Someho~· the movie never gets very deep, even with all the potential this film could have in discovering how Peggy Sue could change the future. It's just going back lO the past, and a lot of u.~ don't reall'.'· care to relive our teens. The future is what wereally need to look forward to. The very biggPRt drawback in this film is !'licolas Cage (Bird)') who I• a very, very bad aC'tor who is not attrac· tive and C'annot ~peak clearly. Cage is Pt'l(gy Sue's husband in the eightie (whom she i~ divorcing) end her rude instnsitive boyfriend in the sixties who always thinks of himself. Complete with popadour hairdo, Cage is not romantic Why Peggy Sue would be remotelv intl"re:--ted in this characteris really beyond me. Willtam Hurt and Marll!e Matlm bn·ak the barriers rn cummunicating despifr their dr1'pe~o;t t•motions in "'Children of a /,pssrr God" On the other hand, Barry Miller as the class nerd whom Peggy Sue teils ell the scientific accomplitihments of the eight· ies is a real treat. The girlfriends such as Catherin~ Hicks and Lise Jane Persky ere a liv1tly bunch that gives the film a little zing. This film needed more inter· etiting supporting p]ayers. because it M'f'ms as if Kathleen rarrieis too much of the film . By Scott Cut•inger Muntms(' Vmct· o Children of a Lesser God I have to admit that this film is one of lht· bt•Hl I've twen this year. A stunning look ut thf• dNtf, Children is Ao over­whelmingly beautiful and romonltc, you want lo hold it in your hands and trC'aeurC' it for u long time. Tlw movit• iH an adaptation of the 1979 play that won three Tony's. one for Best Play. Original writer Mark Medoff and llespt·r AndE'r:-ion have worked on the play so it i•n't preachy, and the result is a funny. mytiterious, and ofttan fruotratinl( film ! think that by watch· ing this movie. many people will go away with a grpater understanding of tht." dl·llf and to1igning. Jame• Leeds (William Hurt who won Hffit Ador la•t year) is a teacher whose methods are not all conventional. He ployH music very loud so that his H:tu dent.H can moyhc heor (some heor through their nose.). Eventually. the Htudenb1 an• making some sounds and dnn<'inK in nsHembly shows. Jomt.·~ iH an exceptional teacher, bul he runH into tmmeone that he can't han· di<., Snroh (Marlee Matlin) is a beautiful young woman who has been at the ~chool for years and is the cleaning Indy. Very withdrawn, humorless. and sluhhorn. Rhr refotie!' to accept any· thing from anyone. Jamr- iH fnsdnated by this woman, hut all attemp!R foil. She just runs away if sht\ gets upt1rt and even throws things in fits uf freniy. Shr's obviously hiding a lot of drep problems, and she doesn't want them Lo come out. She would much ralht\r kct'P her Jowly job, even though ohe drfintitelv hRA tho potential. Jnm<.•s hns C1thH ideas. His priority nt firal i• to 11et hn to talk, but he ster!R to J(l't romantic notions that aren't Loo well r<.'<.'(•ivl'd Shy but cautious, Sarah finally gin•s in t.o some romance, hut nothing too dotW or demanding. She dot:H (•njov a lot of sex, but the roman<.·P is a hard ~ollPr coaRtt·rridewhere Sarah tries hard to avoid reAponsibility. William Hurt is Mo good, I think that thio i• lruly his be•t performance. His work with the children is so wonderful thut I wish I could have been as good of a teacher A.8 he. His devotion putting up with Sarah is both tender end harsh , sometimes forcing this gentle man into a rogC'. Marler Matlin is RO superb in her debut, you know that she will gel an Oscar nomination. Matlin is hearing impnirrd in real life, and her signing is beautiful and perfoct. There is a scene where she NwimN liken dolphin naked in o pool. and you can hardly keep your eyes off hor. She is o deep, powerful womnn who can't sf't.·m to understand that tht•re is love and tendernei:;s in lht> world With an in.-pirt'd perfonnanc..-e bl Piiwr Laurie RR the.' mother, we have a complete movie. ThiH is a great treat, and I hopl' t'Vl·ryone will see it. You're sure lo f-lt•e it up for many awards. o Peggy Sue Got Married Pf'pgif' Su,. has lx--en raved and panned, but likrBack to the Future (which the film hns tendrncirs towards), this film iR fluff and silliness. No doubt people will hp lining up for this easy entertain · ment but there are so many other good films lo HC·e that are stimulating and 1mport.Ant. I waR diRoppointed in this film lx>CRUf'(' it'R really nothing new or inven· tive. Th<• savior of the film i• Kathleen Turnr-r, a good art.rt'ss who is stunning Pvc-11 in mediocre films. It's a little bit strangt• to ~ Lhis grown·up woman as a tt~nogC'r go<>s back to the sixties, but OH tht> film progresses she grows on you . Frnncis Ford Coppola took over this film from AOmNme else, with a change from 11chrn Winger to Turner in the l•ad. Thi• iH n very li11hthearted effort for CopJ>ola rumpared to efforts like Rumblrf1sh, One From thP Heart, and the "Godfathers," end he doe•n 't seem to havt hie heart in thiR material. I just don't think that the material is there lo work with, and Coppola (es greet as he i•l mnyh.• •P<·nt too much trying to make som<'thing of nothing. The plot is simple Peggy Sue 11oes to ht•r 2.iith anniversary prom and she faints when she is named prom queen !how quaint). When •he wakes up, she i• in a blood donor building back in 1960. After this very silly beginning, things gt·t more interesting. Pegg)' Sue is Sorry to say. I can't highly recom· mend thi• fllm . Kicole.• Cage ruined the whole film for me, along ";th the silly •tory. Not a film to ru•h to, some might like it for a matinee. As for me, I thmk it's cl0t•P to a nothing film . Pf'Jll!"!t' Sw· (Kathleen Turner) prepart•s for her 25th reunwn uith a helping hand from her daughter, &th (Helen Huntl 22 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17 1986 Films ROCK "N" HORSE Saturday 9pm-lam Justine (All Girl Band) with Shannon, Susan, Susan and Mystery Guest $2 Cover T.G.R.A. Fundraiser Sunday, Oct. 26 Halloween Party Oct. 31 Prizes for Costumes Long fKirlt Dougla • left1 and Harry Doyle (Burt Lanca:;ter) arr a pair of notorroub tram robber." who fat:e a neu· world in Los An1ie/Ps in the J9,"f0s u.·hen they are released from ;ail a{Ur 30 years 1mpr1stmment m "Toul(h Guys" Clo•rd Mondays Happy Hour 4-7 with 75' draft and $1.50 well. Opt·n Tue.-Thur•. 4pm-2am Fri.-Sun. 3pm-2am o Tough Guys Burt Lantaster and Kirk Douglas arc> two of our greateist actor~. appearing tDgethPr in several films and walking away with a lot of awards. Now the two have teamed up again. this time in a light piPCl' of chicanery called Toul(h Guys. ~ow, anyone who watches thb film ran tell that the story i• very weak and poor .. ometime~ ifs on the level of a made-for-TV movie with childishness like bird droppings and itiving the '"bird." There is even this very stupid old ssin I Eh Wallach I who trit!ti to kill Rurt and Kirk to fi.lfi.ll a 3().year con­tract, but it's a terrible subplot that never works. You see. Burt and Kirk are just getting out of prison after a 30-year stint for train robbery_ Things have changed a lot: .. trttt gangs. very forward women who practically live in gyms, and a gay har where Kirk's old hangout used to be The guys have a parole officer who tries to help things. and they really try to live the straight life. Celebrating our First Year Anniversary with a Super 4-Day Special All movies 99¢ from the 20th to the 23rd. Also effect1ve on the 20th. new store hours Mon.-Sat. 11-10pm. Sun. 2· IOpm 2016 Motrose Houston, Texas 77006 529-5544 Problem is that both guys are wu old for dec(•nt employment. For Burt there is nothing. and he it' stuck in a relirt­menl home with bad food and mean help. Kirk hat-1 a two jobs, one in an ice treom !'ihop and another sloppinR dishes and cleaning tables in a high te<-h restaurant. He loses both of them in a week. not able to handle the prei:;sure~ of a renl job. The Tou1<h Guys aren't allowed to set• ench other, but they manage to get together. They both even get a woman, Rurt an old Oame and IGrk a young itirl who take~ him "slamming" at the disco. Kirk i~ a mP~s as he hdrls around in a very far out suit and literally wear1\ him· self down. The two df'Cided things have gottt'n too bad. but thoy don't know what to do. An armed rar robbery unfortunat('ly is a fiMaFi<.'n. Then they do something very predictable. Seems as 1f the train they robbed :lO venrs !'atlil'r is on the its last run. The ~uys deride to lake on the challengr, and the rare is on Probe bl v the onlv reason to se<.> this is Rurt and ·Kirk who have a good lime JIM HIGGINS & COMPANY • t'umiturr Re .. toralion • R~peir & Refini,.hing • C'u tom Work in Wood Holiday Special 15% off All Dining Table Tops Bring 5 Dining Chairs for Refinishing Get 6th One Free OntooT> In by (k I 11 llUI by~ ..... 26 Ortl.r n hy N"' 11) out hy Us 2J 1226 Welch St., Hou•ton, TX 77006 523-8935 wallow1ng through the silliness. This move will b<.• great as a video, but theat~ l'rs eem to he pac-king them in. 1 guess Rtnr power is juMt t-1nmething that film· ~oere can't reRist. CMAllLES M DUCGAM ,,.... .. u 5731 Kirby 520-9910 JASTON WILLIAMS I• ~, ,. 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Blind Bo• 312·0 Clo Voice UNCENSORED You can have an uncenSOf'9d electronic meuage service tor only $9 77 mo No 'ive operators No mistall;es Catt Jim· Personal Pagers 622·"424() Wanted to worship. masculine, 5 5" 125 lb. raw sensual Little Buck 1hat 11keshugs and k1sSes. capable ol total submission for his 6". T50 lb hard. intense Man Rober! 529-3983 A11rac1111e male. 25 5 9 142 shy lef'k 1ng monogamous relal>Dns.tup wrlh 11n­cere s1ender ma1e lntefHIS ma1or1ports. symphOny campmg Reply Bhnd Box 312-E CIO Ve»ce JOHN There no1 any kind of wOfds or any type ot ea pr~ on thate1n ten you hOw much I e you M'i k)119 a1..., ,, Damon GwM. s 11 160 ~onOelbloe non-'1:air)' and d•sc.teet wtSfles to meet wme H"".,. 6.- Wes.lheuner area Jim SSHJ.« allet 4pm •nyt1me ""eelends GwM 39. 6 1 190 1b mouslache. blOn· de/blue very handtome muscular sexy Sefo• •ng allt&elive man for possible mon­ogamous retal1onsh1p You are 1,.indet 40. good looking. wel ... bulll dark leah.lres, very well-endowed malure. romat"ll1c. stable. no! into bar scene My inleresls include movies. d1n1ng out. gym and quiet evenings .i home Am proleu1on1I. m.s· cuhne and financially Sllble So are you Reply with dt."Scnpllve lel!P.r and photo which w1U be returned 10 Blind Ad 311-F Clo voice PORTRAITS BY WAYNE Would you 11ke to hav•a pt r1,,u1 drawing made up •n cli ar ca.I or mar~•·· 1~erm9s lot yoursell Of JUll as a g '' ~ry lheH 1rte11pens1ve gifts w11n protess1on111 resulls al an 1nexpensrve price P1ease call for more onlo 771-9703 521·9999 All fetish unc•nSOted adll1tu'9S 1gay) B· - 4<S - . t lea!hef toekwnr muse1ea. elC lnlopall SJ 00 TRIKX 59 West 10th NYC 10011 Gay wrestlrng• Uncensorf!d 1nfQP111pak SJ 00. NYWC 59 West t(Jtn NYC IOCH 1 Are you ~ 5 6 1-40 or less, loving? I'm same Ci.an s.moot,, trom India Looking !or lnends W111e P 0 Box 8942 Houston 772-49"894? Im lat not in10 being 1111 An aggrP-tsive bOttom needing 1 dally sexual d•tllry supplement. Age 28. 5·4· 370 lbs You re athletic and ho! Call Mit,k 'i:?tl-8458 S1an a healthy lifestyle SPECIAL INVI· ~~~,~~~0 ,~:n~neF~~~T~~(;'N'~~ft3s HOUSTON David 933-1558 NOW, more than ner, BLOC Vote GPC. J.O.E. Ptaysate BUTPlAV JOE 11aSaleSex erohc encounter group for adurt gay men Memberships are hm1led tothOsewhOare secure with lhett gay mai. M!l"Jellty AU membe~ must be rauon.bly attractrve and in good concill•on '4t !hew body~·pe Hou" FRIDAY a1'd SUNDAY only Doors open 8pm Cl0$8 IOpm fne-N member& must arrive &-9prn) For address call ~:206 only 6-10pm F11 or Sun H1,l"mL1sa.needaom - 1ot111i.1o?Call 1·900-410-3600. 1·900-"41< 3700 50C toll hr51 minute 3SC each 10 1t1ona1 mlnlJle - CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Whoal Don·1 take those p1c1ures of your boyfriend or g1rtlriend to the drug store ~~1~0~1g~W1:r:.b~~~,:·~~.~n~!~: e:~~ some1h1ng wrong w1lh your camera Brrng your ftlm 10 Htnry"I 1·HOUr PholO 428' · Westhe1mer ll')t conl1denl1al photo develop1n9 and pr1nl•nQ NEW RULES FOR-THE-PERSONALS The Montrose Voice will be<:ome 1he Houston Oa11y Voice 1n November The PersonalS .. v.1tl continue as an iml)CH'tanl Plrt ot our newspaper and as an a11Mna live 10 other soc1a! places for meehng people The following guidelines ara nc;w In eflect. as 'We lead up to the new Voice 1. Pef50na•s (and 01her adverlis1ng) should no1 describe sexual organs or acts 2. No ~sona1s shOuld be directed lo mmor? we consider the age ot consent as 21 3. Advertising mus! be pos1t1ve:· no! ~nega· tive ·· II you have certain preferences in other people. \151 lhe quahUes you desire There is no need to be negative and h~t the kinds ol people or quat1!1es you don t wanl 4. Other categories In lhe class• l1eds {such as Help Wanted) e11nno1 be ~ for ·personal" ads NOW here's whal you CAN do You CAN advertise for IO(:Jal encounlers even 1nciudo.ng encounters ot a H•ual kind 'You can descnbe voursett 1nclud· ~ f~ =~~s= 1~~:'~~ .,!:;nt;~ w1n1 tomee1 Beasspeci1!4: or as general asyouw!Shinyouraescr1P11ons ltthould all depend on howeritteal yourtastnarw U9e your own phOne number if poss1b' Cyou II get !he most resPonMSI or use '(OUt mailing address Of a VO!Ce bhnd ad number !lfyouL:se&phonenumbet well cai you to venly •I prior 10 pr1nt1no l PHONE FANTASIES CLA~>SIPHQNE. 526--4-423 JEE OUR DISPLAY AD USA' RECORDINGS SEC OUR DISPLAY AD LONE STAR JOCKS~ (7131 526-4002 Sf£ OUR DISPLAY AD YARD & GARAGE SALES Hou le eYI rylh1ng trom l1n1 furni lure le apphance and Odds and ends Bv appointmet1t or open house Sat Oct 18 10-3 Callfoflnlormation 2314Converse 522·69SA DAILY 9AM TILL .• Home furn1tute olllce furmture kitchen 1tefnS. cloltung Mu111pte · fam1hes ·· 9am tilt? 2110 Stanford corner 01 West Drew 528-7M1 Yard Sal .. F11 Sat 10.S.Sun 10.-t M13 H1,11sache 1ofl Chimney Rocli!. near BtSSOnneo The Montrose Voice It's The Place to Advertise Call 529-8490 and You will be in Next Week's Newspaper of Montrose OCTOBER 17, 1986 /MONTROSE VOICE 25 GENERAL· REPAIRS PRESENTS 'BETTER LAWns New Menu, New Entertainment & GARDEns NOW SERVING DRAFT BEER Total lawn maintenance Commercial-Residential AUTOMOTIVE Clip and Save! 10% off Monday: Football Night-2 Hot Dogs. Chips, Pitcher of Beer Tuesday: Lasagna, Salad, Garlic Bread • Ldndscdpe • T rdsh Remoodl • Ch1mne~ Sweep to Montrose Voice Readers Wednesday: Dynasty Night-Stroganoff. Vegq1e. Roll Thursday: Meat Loaf. Potato, Veqqie, Roll • Tree Seruice • Slumps Removed • Complete Sprinkler S~slems TO CLOSING FREE ESTIMATES! Friday: Da~~w~if\;ilRfv 10-Y·-~~.~ .... d1ao. Garlic Bread 1411 Tait I} :-;·~.~ 522-2190 TRANSM!SSIONS MONTROSE RESOURCES ...... . 'f ECTfO STAH NAT ORGANIZATIONS • S.• Coup~ Hou Mt->!• O!Qmly Cir ~;~1 ~~:.~ot.'~1~:.~,~~==f•:;;:·:, 6111111 Hu11one ne 150!> =~Di:. ~::n~~~~-~·=_ ;;:~~s!=i"= m Pr- A.-n P08 .... Old Cn.•- St• .......... YOllr. NY Demo Com,,l!\1(19 QI OPC. s.:·~. 8a3A ::~1 ~;~~0t;:' •[;;.v~·;~N"11::0~5~801 Orwm11GtudyG1oup 41)6Avonct• !114·'}')~ ·~ fhOf'•ls ~ fUf'd POR t39fl 01111'11 f-oundlTHHI lTOO M.19on 514 S791 c}.qnotyClr 3217 F•nntn !29-0111 l\Ofl'lf'I0019 nil'f Holl~ Hou. G&l H•~ Unldo'I O:..,f111,_. G.,M•JlhfO ttouG..,Proa.W Commit!" ).IQnt10NAcl•v•tyC1r HouW°"""'1 SOt1~1t L•-OU-Oq.., 1Hou t~ CalhOllCI~ 3117 f..ntWI we+ 0111 ~76-44 "'9aa&~11CIOfnS.l Wut\rng1on 0C 1'00t3 (2'0215"'6203 • 'rel O.y Aqn RfSl Boll 'JeiO & 10125 hlO,,..., 5.....,... pflolw•46-11Mll05rl • l~leoll~ ll2W 4:frd ..... w'f'o.I< NY1003t (711HM<I ~ •l- 0.,. o.moet-ab cit t ... P08 1t1»33 0..... TX m., • •ti.Moo,.., FttQhb M~ PO& an Al.lttul7an1 • 1'1..iAunof~~8os ~l<U S...fr~ ('.At41tS ~•15•~ ·~ AUit DI c.&l 09.no Ctubt.. 1141 ..._ "'" Sf. ::....-:-,:~~~.)::,.•. .'. :~ Dll M1n6 11121 t.G36'13.,, Or G•--.Q (713) sn-- ESOPS Pt•H&41 Prol•.on.1 loc .. Oub 961 UCM • N" Gay Aigha AOYou!ft. !>«! Cnlro s.., 9878 '~ CAIM•l4 14tSJll!l3-31'.:4 e N.iC.vT•'- F.mrahonotCtoiu•!••Unit11dlOfSociefS.- Foru 1NOTfl IO&tr>A• Nf'WVoi1' NY I01)11 1:?12) C• lf'OCUSS) 1anl lundl'a1&1AQ attn e>I G&l l411'>llOO • t.tGTfs o-.i... 19Xll 22'HOM IOU!. Sw1tctlbo111d AIDS Fot1t10ll1on tl.loniroH !~,...~~~~::~N~TI£iE: ~~::,,:,::~;u~:u;~~~·n 52&1~71 t.¢ T~f?1113M88'9 • hGrvl•b- Tnll: 11lS.un51Jn fota1 P08 Al< o..ton 7fi ·11 "·, 7 r"ron11u,_, ... Joe 520 8019 or S•h-.tdof !:t29 ATTENTION ORGANIZATIONS Chnt:k your 1111.ng Wol1s1nameol organ• l.rnllon address. phon1., meeting dales & limos. & dalf,s ol 11pec1a1 l'\/ents II 1ncor rott. ma1110 Votcf". 408A~cmdale Hou. TX 77006 MrmlrOHr Voirl' fh1• ,\'1•u "'fNJ/11•r of i\/,mtr111c.t" D Ari A Capt.> .. Ch.otus U<'>rotrc.e 4 flurci'I Of Oil P00te13' 171'M. 6.29-1~ APllcein"'9 ~I"' 11 " A('U 12'31!!WG..-y ~ Al Hofllf'I• J'i- 1211 G&l S•tfctlboalrdl .,,.._. lMy Atri..ts. POO (i671 I 717M 5'.7 Art lHQUe nl Hou.t.:in 19$3 ""'°"''OH (lemp 3109 M<.K1110M1I !.T.l--H-10 A.~t,o ~rbow Soc•f'(y lot lhfl Dul 520-0732 (TTY) ~ 8~111r~"~~~~~~9:.~~~n~-::a~.i ::i1.:::mv~=r~~ .. ~~~~iri'~::.;2v~~!;; a N1t11h Hl"v•c. 1&6pm oc1 13 A1rondll• A"n roe 66054. 77266 meets 7 30pm 11'1d Thu11 w1.1mcn·• Chnth•n C11 :JlO PK•IC Alua.o W\Ml't'n• MitglU•ne. 6130 SW Fwv •JJ!>. ,,,..., ' a 8-youA ut.ongers.R~Ttl.loon dtr ~Stnlt IOl'd.11'.:~ 89W ¥~1 ......., MolttudlM Uu.n:k I.WO 1-W(Jtd..~tOI 1\'CIO~Sun [!I Cho •Uf1Wnot.S~.:J11llO&l5w• ~I Uu.i..., Oven I IN GcJOd ~ ' rou IYC lpm 81#1 Blbllr Sl"°'t' 1 IOptn """ I ~1_.. 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I Golr" Pe<tpe 1n Chnsllan SCfelQ Bo• 613. Bel 1111ent(ll 6t>).~b41 ci.yPolt11C11ICauc:vs1GPC1 P08ti1Stit>4 77:?66 !>21 !OCD olhCf'l900lttv ... 11101 n\Hf~H~ Inn 464() Main 1 lOJ.ttn 111 3'•d & ~ltl Wed 1Hou1 G-r Pm,. Wetoll Comm•ltf!fl_ P08 66821 """ G1e11t(!f MontfOSll Bu1ln9I OVHO Phyllis r,ytt C':b~~1 b~\. ~~let;~ ~~1:r~~~~I~ •ng ~nd o' :\rd Thu11 The Group U1t>111 .. , WUtkltlop_ Joe Watts 5?1 2204 "'9l'•- 7pmlhllf•.019ottvC1r34'17f1noirl Gua•dllfl AngMI 41 .. W m Hatel.,...<.h Pmduc ~ POO 66. 'i 7 iti6 Jn ,_ C")nc:.rtl --.ts Ir" tNlllllQ .. , Hon.iopt11i. lftlHl..th AlliatXe 119 M.tl'llQf • i:J-Hou Arff O&l ll'IQlneefl & k• IL P08 I 170C•· .cl9-167'9 meets 7pn. •Ttt Tues ~ Arf'il WOfllCN I l.;11 ,j( C,,......t ~lf:i;!I .. o1u,1cer :.1oena.t1on Zfld Mone.JO.e ~ Hr:i..o"lai 0 ••Aul 1HOBOI c:'OBrwosR ... =C'lm ;14()1) 8fatoa ~ .ol~ lftfletS 2tiM 3rd Hl:!uft;oy&011 Co1p11 t11t .... dW11l11.e1pros g• //!,Ult(16pm Uriu G..,. tioarth Ad'olocal h'\lf' Hur\on 190 SM48 m1 1 '°'1m 1,1 '•I ••ou C:~ l•.ld9rlls Assn 74 »J8 ~~u1' ·~~~~Ulh Alh~nc C "''"I hr JQh ::,.~Of vtJeC!ub. ot..c....,, tit) Nor1h P101-...o,,. POH lMO H 7 A1 8 1111117126 ..-..130prn:tnc11&.1 Hout.rtdoor<..roupfHOCOJ larrvC 'I0-11 ~· .. ~~~:.6,! ~~~3'd ~;;a;~" b~oup~-r~~'f1~ 8eaulll()flf T, .. ,., ~~~S!'~ 11 7!~r:n-:. . ~'. :J~1:.:, G!~: Tlll'lms Ch 1nvll•l•Onll lournoy Nov B· 10. JC Bt1""ret•d11ec:tor ~·7•67 Hov-TexTe-nno:sClub Oavu:191U-11f1 pllyg,.,,. naon&.on. 7 30-&ptn Wed M,.mor111 P1•k lenmt Cu •nnw1 s.noie. ch""1poot111h•P1 COflClude Sep 2B -•l•l'0!\11 IOUI,..., Nov 8-10 ~ ~-d- Tenn,. Cir trH inc_ P08 1BCM1 11m MM 1732 W9-70t• aH•oateG9f'OUClll.,i:ln!.,,llCI 8U••no·sAP1Ke lnlheSun MOf'lros.eA•IAll1o1~• G&lA•ch ... a of Ta Gil 5., 1.<:Mlo9rd Mof'bON Sy111pl'IOl'lic 8-nd. bomro"'"' 1lOpn'\111Thursfw•••dloc• roonsl eauuhot"ll torurn 7 30pm 3rd Thi.ft 1~Spp•~ 8uruu. P0B 391 Beti.ore 174()1669-4064 ~·~,~~1=r~2~e .. :::. A.ulry~.626:i;.,...., 1n1er.11d 100r.i .t0 gr01.1pJ POB 16™1 nm B!M 1132 uiOk.ay Fr-.it &\on,_-S2'f.241fi.01AID5fe>tl'· hh6"15;>4 AIDS tl'l!le'ISWed11!ternoons &Mino Church 013 Jo1ty Roqers. POB bHl!l6 17:15-4 ,24·1489 ntl!'t"ls hi Thur B<>nn Cl'u.11ch 1440 Ha10ld KPFT Rlld!Q. FM 90 A19 lov.itl Blvd S26-4000 ::::-~=" n 'S~ '::":m~~~· ;~ 900pm -K Al- f~IQf; lorine nal'tMI ot AIDS erry i.;.uftrn.t• C..ic rf nd 7 8-411l6 K,_.clH'ydr.a 111Gr1cel B.il•M•c ""' l!I larr<beli Crr a., ca I Ai.non 1'14 Jo """"' !.21-8172 league of WllnlC.'fl \IPliW& 3400 M,,,.,,OM •129 529-3171 lnbcan Couola Mor\l'OM Cou"Mllnq Cir Q_'OUP Lnbial\'GIV Resource 1>..c Unt•-•v ol Hou. 4800C1houn boo:)09, 77004 749·12!>3 .,....., 2 30pm •llt>rNJle Tues Sf)ll'IOlll'top Room 211a lloor Un1veu111yClr L..i Us Enler-t.tin Vou Wffl<~nd prOjiftCI ol tiriu Council ol Clubs 526-80!>4 l11& 1Uuel Monl•OWt Coun~lmg Cu g1oup Thi llllle Chu1ch ~2-16116 sva 2 30pm Sun l1•1ng WIJ.1H Ch1,1r(JI 271 6'11'i' f!.- 10pml •ve• f,Pfl' Sun Holoilay Inn Matn & BlodgPtl Rt>W Je#llW Leqgl.'11 LON' SIM NUCS.I Gr p P08 1.\1' ii 11'14 L~r Wt!Stt'lltttMr Pok• Sub-si.11on 6«l Wee.I"--'" ~3100 lUU.~Conc: .. ...a.<TIMl1•IG1""'l'll,...n .C..h.u..f.d.t. . 2Sl5 W.wgb. ...(1646 1n141 )r1' T~ J.l<)nfri:.ef;l•Nt 81'.DH>Jwlflornr 29 ').11 ~ lue. Tt.un&-lptit =7:'~~~~.,,·~e:: -i Mowose c5:01JnM1ing Cir 900"lo'""'I ~iOJ 529- 0037 Psvc~py 1nd.,,o0u11 couplM a group coun•ltng AIDS progr1m .S r.upport ~:,~i: 0~~1 ~::,:::; r:.:~~J1 g~Ql•P tvlont•OH6111ger1 gavmenscf'IOrUI ..-.~e!i?&- 38•0 ""'on1•ote NeogN'lOtheod Awa•nsu Group ~ """' MOf'!rOSl' So!Tbal League P08 222/~ 11L;.l !:t1'-''HU t.'OflllOM !>ports ASft .11.1$1.1 - sp!Kth(' 9Ut9°CUP MOf'4rc.e-Sv~.CBa0o-P0815661l,J 166. 527-94~ rehMfulllltl.ICCR 7:.1Qpt1>tl.lon.elfll­oa1el. H l11C .,,.,)t'l(roM Wr4er1 G•oup P08 27'tl&A T"n7 "M"o"R"E." 5"2 e MOAE529-0031 ·~~pe- ~::~r:-~ng~~~~ .-..gt.cs7;3().!)pm9QOL~ M<ltti .. Gr°"P eea..5502~ m .... 73()pm ht & 3rct Tue 0.gn.ty Cir ~~ ~r~ ~1~!1;~mJ~':1 •QI.le ~Q&t'I 6l'p §. ""'SA Thurs N191'11 (fnlll•O lN~I S.0.11119 Pf'llll 7M 11373. Slev•973"1l58 t1lllHgueb1J911n&etJ 11 pla'f lpm Thufs Sta~ l•nM a;ioo Br...,,..1n ""''5A Pool tB tr ... OllJ L on13...e O.br. 1><:on 1113 1358 Of O.nn15 lord 660--6r.k' m ftMIAHn •i.n&C.!IYA ;heltamPrOf ... •• ,,..LC.AP T_c,..,.. ~on~ J2 "'"'' 7pm 2na SM MoNIOM CounMI! c..n ... .N.,il.t. o rim1GayHealt'1Edueai :w.follfldal:en ;::.~~=~~,~~Gr,'JJ• N lrt(Nln ASSl'I M~rOM Ciwoc C'WI 141:'. WoslMtmef meM 7pm •m T-N.. uirwn Bu .. nns Aloance 52'9-70l0" IMtlCI 1pm 2nd WM l•betly 8-nl 1001 Wnl~ New F ·~ C-hnsh1;:;-cruch. 829 v 119 163-­& 37' he& 10em Sun North side G., Comnlun1!~ 8o'w11ng LHQUe c/o KJ1 118'.IO Aortme. 445'-!>8<19: bowfs 7pm ""' 11 U'WuDeC"t5.81gT~an~•~ OOY.. 11tleY0<1t l!Jlll Ow-Nttllltl!S Anonymou11. Cl"O MQnlrOM Co~ ...... ono Cl! 900 Lo .. eu Pe9QY It 5~1!i -.ts 8pm5un M!)rllrc:eeCo\.onsefmgCtr &BpmWed. e.rongChi.11(h 1440ttwalcl P!lfents & fr>Wldl oTLesbllM & G.lyl Pflfe>nl• f LAG) 4&4-M63 ...... 2pm 3rd Sun P11PSbv .. Yllfh ••OIJodM P.,. People c o Nurt"""n ComftuJndy F.,... house741-25.'4 Pat v ara BEST PRICES! 523-LAWN DD °Tx'" ..G. "ay Rodeo A.ssn \TGRAJ Hou C"-tlfer '194 P08~973. 77006 526--5001 1.,. .. 0.>' Rodeo. 0.al'81 hov 1A 16 f•Hu-nanRogm1Foun'-' on Po86657i71266 T • R "tl'ra. c. Q R.pcoro ru f.,..,.r.o sV:-2792 \l.,11ng ,.,.,,,.. A.ssoc,,.r>on 01 Hou. B;tty -~or­,,,_,,.,~ 1744 •460t Ad1~1184~174• .. , a W....,•rtf in~ w • ._.,......~,.rb·Atill~W;;~ •161 ~Ill fail F .. l<Yel Od 1&-t9 1000 ,,,_ Wom.n"' "4t!Qt'I 5098'anerd 527-47!6 Wotni:nst.OCtir, MietM; •• c;:;..;;.i_ 5.21--0'Ji w"""'" .. ~el'•o.<tt. .... MOntrme CO~no Ctr ~omen • Pgm Wom•n1 5ofl'.b91 L~ """i431 p,,_ri.ae AM1.1$r1 •J:?.<1115 Id ift9l" Svnaay$ t!'lfu Oct. -He9P'lh LYoftl foeld t3lh St roe• Snept\erd. WQfttyn Spa°" 20 N,)11C'" 196M510 COii.AU£ ContoeAr.a anl;tdlGayAA 1409l:JA•·6A?O GorwoeA•Mlnbiol Ketnva1 •OB17~906Q m...18p1'11ft'J&41t!F u"'Cho1Ga!W'91on .. 26 QUICK REFERENCE (Tear Out & Post by Phone) AIO$f un:utr" AIDS Hottme !i.29-32 I AMBULANCE, 111 Cttv HI ll'r-3011 Doctor '"1c21 c. sa.32·1 FIRE , 111 Gey Po11.~1 Caucus ~" 1000 G&L Sw•tr.~d ~,, L.a""'ver 1cP•dlo11)29.-3211 MontrOMChtM: ~5.J1 ~<lntrcllMC~ngCl• :;?9-00:i7 MONTROSE VOICE .:?9-M90 POLICE. 111 ADS BY THE INCH :fd1t or: to o egu1ar "' 1l1t:'u rates of paJ ·1g t,. th1 word ... yo can purchase space hrre "by tt>e ncli · When buying by thn inch you can include spec1a' art 'ogos or fa,cy >ypestyles REGULAR RATE 1 $34 2 $44 3 $54 4-WEEK RATE 1 S29 2 $39 3 S49 13-WEEK RATE 1 $24 2' $34 3 544 26-WEEK RATE 1 S19 2· S29 3· 539 26 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17 1986 Greater Montrose Service and Shopping Directory DVERTISING PROVIDING A SERVICE? Keep h 11sted herf· in the Monlrose Voice where l•lerally thQow.nds turn each weetc - VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Ad11er11se your professional service lhrough 1 V0teeCl1ss1l1ed Cat1529-8490 Pay by checl<. '>r charge 11 on your American Ellpress. 01ner·s Club. MasterCard V•H )r Carte eianche AIR CONDITIONING MIDTOWN AIR AIC & H·~ating A 10~·,."ri& • Commercial Cer1n1 & Window Units -=--&, les • Serv10 ns1anat1on ~ - 521-9009 ~ ANSWERING SERVICES ONE MONTH FREE Penonal PIK}er.. e'9ctro"'c message c•ntw ,_.,Jr• capacity/ cost less than 1nswer1ng machine Cost less.' mOfe dependable thin l111e answenng service Only $9 n mon11y Third month free Tri u vou·n l•ke •t• can Now• S1ar1 today• Pen.anal P•l'l 1713) 622·•2.CO ANTIQUES YeSrEADAYS woRLD .i.Nr1ouEs 1709 w '"* 526-2646 SEE 0 tSPLAY AD ATHLETIC CLUBS PA~l(WA ATttLETlC Cl JB- 800- p ~5"67 ~E ~DISPLAY AD ATTORNEY IN PAUL BAFINICH 3317 Montrose: • 111 523-6006 SEE 0'-1'R DISPLAY AD ELAINE SHAW 222·7772 645--3159 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD ELAINE SHAW :g~~~e,r.;r .La! • Pos • •=am y La.-. e Acct<Mnt 222-1n2 or 645-3159 C9ft • EloOI .,_. AUTO REPAIR MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR ~t6 Genesee- 1101 Pao:fc 52&3721 SEE OUR OISPLAY AD BRUCE SALVIN '>'4-8219 SEE ouR DISPLAY .AD TAFT AUTOMOTIVE 1411 Taft 522· 2190 SEE OUR DISPL.A Y AO NEAATOWN KARZ 1901 Tait 524-8601 SEE OUR OISPL.Al AD MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed 2516 Genesee (101 Pacific) 526-3723 WORRIED ABOUT YOUR CAR? .et Br·«="' -,.,- . 11 l'UI M<•l' · ,. M-..'18n' Oept•f'1<lable Re isonabie Aales SaMn Automotive- 524-8219 BAIL BONDS ~-···;;;;.·;_;;;;;;;;,~;;;;;;·····~ l A-QUICK IAIL IONDS l : 678-4488 621"""452 : ! Al.,T"f'P(OfBON~MAOE : : MichHI E. Stand•ge AGENT ; i BRING THIS AO IOI' S25 OFF aJf : : .. ~::~.~ ................. ; BARBER SHOP. HAIR SALON THE ROMAN 2602 Wtutney 522-8576 522-2263 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO BARS BACCHUS. 523 Lovet!. 52:).3396 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD BRAZOS RIVER BOTTOM 2400 Bra­zos. 528-9192 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD CHEERS. 2654 FM 1960 East. «3-2t8 SEE 0(.JR DISPLAY AD CHUTES. 1732 We1tP'le1mer. 523-2213 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD OtRTY SALL v·s no Avonoa•e S29- 7525 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD fHE GATHERING. 106 Avon0a1e, 522- 1213. 523-9004 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD EXILE 1011 Bell. 659--<M~ SEE OUR DISPLAY AD KJ·s 11830 A1r11ne. «5-5849 SEE OUR OISPL.A Y AD MARY'S. 1022 Weslhe1mer. 528·8851 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD MICHAELS. 428 Weslhe•rn&r 529-2506 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD NRG 901 N Shep~d 863-0010 SEE OUR OISPLA Y AD NU ~ BERS. JOO Weslheunor. 526-6551 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO fHE RANCH 9150 S Main, 666-3A6' SEE OUR DISPLAY AO RIPCORD. 715 FAll"t~ 21-2792 SEE OUR DISPLAY 1<0 ROCK N HORSE !t73' Kiiby 520-9910 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO THE611511Hyde528-9079 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO \IENTURE-N 2913 Mam 522-()()()() SEE OUR DISPLAY AO fHE ZOO 2212 Converse 528-'n56 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD BARTENDERS Pro! al b '11 r ..-vice lor pr valtt pc.rh.., ye e.-penence 931 062• BEEPERS BEEPERS MESSAGE CENTER Personal Pager·• Qlne oeeper Only $89 37 Free a1r lime w1fh purchase Call .,um at Pet"sonar Pager1 71 3) 622·4240 BEER BIO TOMS 232: M lam $29-0533 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD n PARTY KEGS t_°j BIG TOM'S - 2323 Milom- 529-0533 BOOKSHOP BC K! IP .&I ABAMA THEA "RE j S29-23A5 EE OUR LISPLAY AC' BOOTS C.H BOY LEATHER GOODS 91 West· tw:uner a1 Montrow 52.$ 1859 SEE OUR OISPL A Y A~ Oh Boy Quality Bts l• 912 Westhe1mer at Montrose Blvd Boots. Shoes & Accessoneb CATERING PARTY PLANNING.EXECUTION P•tl•UI fOf 2 to 2 002 Th Fi Od Work 7&4-6028 DIAL-A-DINNER GOURMET CATERING C...Slom Catenng-ffft Oehv9'f)' Inti m.ate dlnnen p.cmcs recttpt>ON: Otle ol our speciarties SUG•' free au n.1ur1t ~e Ice c1•m. all llavors made w1lh fr•h tru•I per your request Piease cau Nan al 79'-2120 CLEANERS REGENCY CLEANERS, 2103 W Ala­bama. 523-6357 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD MONARCH PROFESSIONAL CLEAN· ERS. 2815 S Shepherd. 522-5101 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO CLEANING SVCS C'iean1ng service Let D•ane c .,, 11 713· 439-7442 CONSTRUCTION/ CONTRACTING 0uALITY H0Mf REPAIRS 995--39S5 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD HsK CONTRACTING 52().9064 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD JoN-ROB CONSTRUCTION GROUP 1625 Richmond 529-9755 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO COUNSELING MASTERS DEGREE THERAPIST In personal recovery from ea11ng dis· order Work atsow1lh relallonship, sexual 1den111y. rehg1ous abusecounsehng Ind~ Y1dua1 or group Very reasonable rates RObert Odom. M Dtv _ 951-5933 CENTEA FOR A POSITIVE LIFESTYLE 531-6600 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD Center for a Positive Lifestyle meets Downtown Hi •day Inn every Monday 8pm DATING SERVICE LAMBDA'S UNLIMITED DATING SER VICE. P 0 Box 7418. Houston 71248 496-3371. 52&-2236 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD Lambda's Unlimited Dating Service PO Bo• 7411 Hou110n. TX 7724$·7411 (713) 528-2236 DENTIST RONAl.OM Bl LER DOS .$27 West m . ~"' 1>538 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westhe1mer Hi:.11.Jt.rnn. TX 77006 Mond.ty 1hr11 5.iturday Hou,, bv ApPOS'llmtnt 1713) 524 0538 ELECTRONICS A-V CONNEXIONS )"' onne:iuon .,, audJO .& videO systems Call aner 6pm 17131 A17 2209 Bayles FLORIST BRANCHE..> FLOWERS 1-408 West twei~ 521-0M8 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO ~ .. , .... .,.,lee. N•tlon,....Oelfvery, G--ll•thlt fin.01n11-...csC•• branches noweJs on IN.Curve 1"41 w .. thelm« S21•0MI ~~:=1TO MONTfllO .. YOIC9 , FUNERAL DIRECTOR SOur HwEST FUNERAi DIRE :ro - 1218 WeN:n. 528-385 SEE OUR OISPL.A Y .AO CREMATION SERVICE INTERNA­TIONAL 3400 Monlrote 529-6666 SEE OUR DISPLAY AO FURNITURE RESTDRA TION ALLEN WA05w0R-TH CO INC 98:JO Sweetwater. 445-41.$ 1 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD urmture ref n shlng and re-upholstery • Pick-up !Ind Deltwery • Custonl 0....., f'ln••hn ~ OFF WITH THIS AD 445-4141 • Slnca 1975 HAULING WINSlON HAULING. 525 79'4 SEE OUR OISPU.Y AD WINS TO HAULING COMMERCIAL/ RESIDENTIAL • Trash Haulin~ •Garage Cleaning • c:i:iti!!,erTe~vat •Small Building OemoJition .._. - HOME AIR CONDITIONING AJC Centr .. and window unlta. Sat.ti and Senlce. MIDTOWN AIR. 521·"99 MIDTOWN AIR. 521·90"9. 521-9999 ,E( OUR DISPLAY AO HOROSCOPE OR P COOPER. ASTRO· REFLECTIONS. 2470 S Dairy Ashford •I 70. 77077 1·800-82'*-7888 operator 837 Astro Reflections Personal. Sex-O·Scope & Compatab11tty Horoscopes 1-800-824-7888 OPERATOR 837 HOTEL. GUEST HOUSE LONE STARGuesr HOUSE 104 A'londale 522·1213, 523-9004 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD FRANKLIN HQll§E DENVER 303.'331-9106 520-8108 in Hou•t.on for in fo A Guest House at 1620 Franklin Denver, CO 80218 8-lN '·-'-'l~Stnal.. F"""l21t°"'bl" EWELRY CLASSIC JEWELS Anlique and Unique lewf' y t"1Uk5 •d WtQS 171 We&ll LAWN CARE LAWN SERVING & HAULING BY JAMES. 8&4·3654 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS_ 523 LAWN SEE OUR DISPL AY AD Stixx and Chips House Maintenance Senllce Fences, Poinllng, Lawn Core 665-6294 or 338-1145 LEATHER LEATHER BY BOOTS. 711 F11l"t1ew 526·2668 SEE OUR 01 )p .AY AD LliTHER BY BOOTS Cust~1~~!. Room --, I AdOms. ltd - lhe 611 leather By Boots-the RlpcOfd - Hou1lon. Texos - B's leather - Chain Drive - Austin, Texas- MEDICAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR IMMUNOLOG1CAL DIS,,O RDER' 7.$07 North Fwy 691· SEE OUR DISPLAY AO STE\IE O MARTINEZ.MO. 12 Oaks Tow•r. 4126 SW Fwy •1000_ 621-7771 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD ROBERT CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC. 1305 Waugh Or 521-2003 S~E OUR DISPLAY AD ROBERT CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC JI,, Alto . .Ill·~• · - P• r l 1WNT0WN "'40NTA0SE 521 -2003 - 1305 Waugh Or. N(>FITHWEST 465-3648 - 2901 Jones Road MOVERS MOVEMASTERS Bo.- . too" V•'MI MC. Ame1t welcome 192- W9"Jthe1mer 630-6555 NUTRITION THE FINE ART OF STAYING ALIVE ctoesn t hav•· to elude you The San Fran­cisco bailed (, 1mriany w•th the mos11rnpe­abltt crerl• nt1<1ls •n ,,utril1ona! research atso ls rauonably priced. and has •n r;;~o':11~~·~ ~a~.;!~ t~~~~:~; world 1 !elder l1r11 You can even boy lhe5f' :H1ppl""1' nts lrom yout5ell Monie at 731-S137 DOD JOBS Evunicorn lull ~el'\l1ce company We do intl'!rior. e1e1er1or patnUng. maid work. bar- 1ond1ng. and odd hllle 1obs Pleae call al1er 6 P 11 8f 9ay 527..0020 Beeper ~- 949 PEST CONTROL AE >Ml ('HEMICAL & PEST -1N 1 Eunen 52.$-9Jl5 22J·..OOO Sf E OUR OISPL.A Y AD PETS ANGELS TO ZEBRAS Petworlo 1 t725 Eate>e Fr......-ay at East Mt H0U1ton 590-0471 OM s PAE TTY FISH. 224 Weslhe•mer 644' SEE OUR DISPLAY AD PET CARE CARLISLE PUSS & POOCH. 2241 Rich­mond. 528·4968 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD K-9 CLIP JOINT DOG GROOMING 1828 F11rview 528 406" SEE OUR DISPLAY .AD PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE 00 IT All1 Prinflng •nddev-10Pl"O 1argemenl"- ,umbO prints. lllm Kodllt pe1-. 1swauoh0t 520. 1010 ~ NAYS 1 HOUR PHOTO 428 West­"' l-0869 ,ff C: ,;:. Y AD PRINTING ..iPEEOY PRINTING 5400 Bellaire Blvd 6fi1·7417 Sff OUR 01!,PLAY AO PSYCHOLOGIST OR NICHOLAS EDD. 2128 Welch. 521- 8680 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD Dr. Nicholas Edd, Psy.D. PSYCHOLOGIST _. A(. ... •1)1 t4Hc Pl'c.,.,-;., .. ..:• 8 ~~:o:~:-~~~~ .... Montrou 21211 Wew;h_ 527-8660 RECOROS. TAPES INFINITE REO )ROS. 521 W~lheimer i1e-f: f DUR OISPi_AY AO (...(....,;;lt, 528 WHlhelmer mun Hou•~ Ts~~~~ MOST $ u (! rlEW, Al- U'SE['l..i llUMS 5,99 COLLE~·- ~ RE~~~DP RESTAURANTS CAFE EDI W Alabama at Shepherd. 52'0-5221 SEE OUR DISPLAY AD CHARLIE S. 1102 W~lhe1mer 522..3332 SEE OUR Dl~PLA YAO CHECKERBOARD DELI SPECIAUS-T 808 Lovell SEE OUR DISPLAY AD =HUNT ROOM 34i>' Kirby. 521- SE f OUR OISPLA Y AO PIZZA INN 105 S Shepherd 522-5676 SH C UR OtSPLA Y AD WE:>THE1MER CAFE jPQT p1e--= . 1s2s Wtl5the1mnr. 528"4350 Sff OUR DISPLAY AD TheH~Room 3404 Kirby 521-9838 Pizza inn. .. Delivery ~ (Hotline) .i 522-5676 51~, S Shephmd RESUMES RESUMES ·WORD PROCESSING l•,1w compehl1ve rates'' ·~itm-9pm 784~6 la r Jet• Inc SPAS. POOLS ~PA TO GO. S816 SW Fwy 772-8646 Sff OUR Oil.PLAY AD $/Jll-Tofio e Spu e Pool I Spa Service e Chemk:al1 !Fr• •mp•,terrzed Yrl<th·1 J~ ... S81G SW FrH way rChlmney Ro· k 1tx1t1 G SPA -TOGO ;c, STORES (MISC. ITEMS! HF' E.AI LE 144 W .lh• rr 124· 7 Sff OUR DISPLAY AD WHOLE EARTH PROVISION CO 2934 S Shepherd 516-3883 Sff OUR DISPLAY AD TAROT READING THE WILD UNICORN T 11 card read :1g'> r .. .1:>1 hff'lregres1t0ns First v1 •I hrll pncc with th1sad 713-528~ 7760 TAXI UNITED CAB CO. -~ pepo· diil.i ,,,., C 1m1esy & Sl'rv1ce Knc·~ me .roJot 9f }four c,1t,_ blue 11nd whit• 5.,,,'"9 lM MH C9nler •eet. G1....,..y Pi.a. M011lro•~ wid HC11.1•l- 699-0000 TIRES ... o9'-' 529-1414 I\) THE 11tlf f'LACi ALL BRANDS 1307 Fairview 1 B1k~ Wes• of Montrose TRAVEL ******************* : TRAVEL RESERVATIONS. : i*t . INC. • * A:iri ,r·•· !tek••ls (' -tl 1.1a1,:,. and t'>•J!t 1 • · ··'"Vat1ons « Jt etc • : (713) 528- 7851 : ******************* GLCTOURS Join Our Groups Meet New Fnends Ask About Out f'.11c1111g(t! To • Delta Downs Weekend Dct 18-19 $59 pp • AEma1ssance Fesllval Oct 25 $30 pp • New Braunfels WUJstlest/San Antonio Weekend Nov 8·9 $95 pp • Delta Downs Weekend Nov 15-16 S59 pp • Dickens On The 'itrand Dec 6 $30 pp Call GLC TOURS 977- 9322 Y WE can cu'itom design tou11. for your g1oup Contact Bob Patarson Tours Designed for !he Gayr Le<1bian Community' VIOEO VIDEOTREND. 1401 Cahlorn1a 527 0656 SEE 01../R DISPLAY AD WE DELIVER VIDEOS. 142'0 WP.$1 hetme1 522-4485 • SEE OUR DISPLAY AD VIDEOSCOPE 2016 Montrose, 529· 5544 SH OUR DISPLAY AD Caldwell Is ........... . Startin~ Nov. lOm Houston's New Newspaper For home delivery call 529-8490 OCTOBER 17, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 27 Montrose Voice Classified Advertising ,.., ol,,,. -.pA••dlSplb~tfl&mg " THE HEADLINES: Headhne words 1n bold type. centered. are S 1 each word 1m•n1l'"'t11rn s ,, p· r 11neJ fCentered bold headlines can also appear within the text Of 'll thee 1dof !head andarea1soS1 per word, w11ha minimum of S3 per line) THE TEXT: Each word n reqular type 1s 40C !Add11ronal regular words 1n All CAPs·· or Bold Words not in all caps are 55C eacl°' Add111ona1 BOLD WORDS m all caps re 70C: each.) EXAMPLES' THIS HEADLINE $3.00 I To advertise In the next Montrose Voice, till out this form, OR simply phone us Then eact de 111 word 1ke lhta 40C THESE TWO LINES HERE TOTAL $6.00 i§j TJien e.ar:h add1t•onat word 1 ke thrs 4 )C THESE THREE LINES ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CENTERED, BOLD. S9 00 I ~o~~~~ I We can do ii all by phone, and bill you lafef Theneachaddtl(')nalword kf'th•s s-40C AODITIOr-..A.L C.APITAL WORDS LIKE THIS IN TEXT ARE 5..lwe EACH AddiUona l bokf words li ke lhts In IH I .,. SSC •Kh ADDITIONAL BOLD All CAPS. WOADS LIKE THIS IN THE T EXT ARE 70C: EACH LONG TERM ADVERTISING: R~ •same ad 4 w cks or longer make no copy chanQe-- Cl1r1nq 1 ru" pay tor the lull run in advance. and deduct,~ Run lhe sarr ad 1. wE' •ks or longer under thesamecond11lons and deduct ~5 ... BLIND AD NUMBERS: Wanl secrecy? Ask !or a Bhnd Ad Number We'll conl1rlrntrnlly forward a11 responses to your ad lo you by mail or youcanp•ck !hem up.11 our office Ra1e1s $3 for each week !head runs 1Aesponsesw1ll be fo1wa1dt·d 1ndefln1tcly_ however for as long as !hey come •n' ORDERING YOUR AO: You may mat! your ad in or phone 11 m You can pay by check money order. Mastercard Visa_ American Express 01ner'sCh.Jbor Carte BJ. nrhe Or we II bill you DEADLINE: Class1hed ads received by 3pm Wednesday will be placed ·nthat weeks newspaper Ads ece1ved lalet will be ptace=i n the tolJclwing week's nt>WSflllpet ANSWERING A BLIND AD; Address your envelope to the 8111'\"j Ad number co Monlrose Voice 408 Avondale Houslon TX 77006-3028 II w II be for warded unopened 10 the advertiser Enclose no monpy ADDITIONAL NOTES: A ·.,.otd ts cons1deret1 anything separaled by •spa• ces excepl hyphena1ed words are considered 2 words when each $CQment •s a tecoQmzed word 1f It s1ood on 11s own A comptete phone number ~tudmg erea code is i woro City state and zip 1s 'l wordS Obold line(•) fJ lexl words ) i!Jse ackNt0nal paper 1t necessarv.:1 !).,_'CATEGORIES D Announccmen1s o Accoc;~~~~~11C:i~~0Cto<>;:;:i~~v;sg1~~~~,;;~ & BJkes D Emplcymen1 & Jobs Wanted 0 llems For Sale / / 0 Models. Escorts Masseurs D Personals O Pt ts O Aides D Travel D Yard & Garagf' Sales OR. PLACE MY SERVICE-ORIENTED AD lJNDER IN THE "GREATER MONTROSE SERVICE & SHOPPING DIRECTORY D COMPUTE THE COST bold headline words a1 Sl each (mrmmum S3 per me) re9ular words 1n text at 40C: each (Following' op11onal ) All CAPS regular WQr1 S 1n le.xi 81 55C each Bold words in le1t al 55C: eaeh BOLD ALL CAPS •n IE'JO:t at 70C each 811 1d a.::J Jnb1•r assigned lor SJ'? Comp1.~1e ;s•.· 01 newspape~ with my admit mailed ia me 51 257 0TOTAL FOR 1 WEEK: mlJmes 'Nffkl tl less 15~ d1SCOlint for 4~12 weeks or is-.. discount for 13 weeks or more eQuals COST Of AO(Sl O Also. I wish to rec:er.re The Voice home delivered each weell I have enclosed !Or will be b1Hed or charged as nd1cated below! 0 S2g tor 6 monlhS or 0 $49 lor l year [;]TOTAL ENCLOSED or to be billed or charg!?d t:J METHOD OF PAYMENT D Chee;°' M 0 0 CsshD VISA D M.1su~rcard D Diners C'lubO Carte Branche D Amer can E)l;press DB1llme It ch;irq1ng cnrd expiration d;lll' Credi! c;ird number $1gnAture Im Name Ar'd1ess Phonc(s) tor ver1f1ca11on ol ad 11 necessary MAIL OR BRING TO Montrose Votee . .408 Avondale. Houston TX nOOG OR PHONE i!:j 17131529-8490 weekdays 10am-5 30pm 28 MONTROSE VOICE I OCTOBER 17 1986 presents A Tribute to the Masters Michelangelo-Leonardo da Vinci-Edouard Manet­Vlncent Van Gogh-Toulouse Lautrec-Plerre Renlor­Edgar Degas-Pablo Picasso-Henri Matisse Original watercolor reproductions by Wayne Displayed Saturday, Oct.11 thru Sunday, Oct.19 with public auction to be held Sunday evening, Oct. 19, 8:00 p.m. t>ene'ttng Omega House Mastercad Visa. Amax accepted 13. Adams. Ltd. 611 Hyde Par1c Monday-Saturday 4-10 $2 Beer Bust n Mondays Sloppy Joes
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