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Title Montrose Voice, No. 323, December 30, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
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Date December 30, 1986
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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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 (713) 529-8490 montrose VOICE !1(1]!11bflllJll(IH! DECEMBER 10 i9Bfi 1ssuE 3n I~ j) ~ 3 Closing the Curtain on '86 Bill O'Rourke & Elroy Forbes, inside MONTROSE WEATHER Tuesday night F and cool low mid 40s Wed esday & Thursd:w Surny and mild h1qh 68 Happy New Year '---------- ----- 2 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 30. 1986 Party New Year's Eve at Dirty Sally's Complimentary Champagne & Party Favors No Cover SATURDAY & SUNDAY LIQUOR BUST 15~ All the Well Liquor You Care to Drink 4pm-7pm 220 Avondale Wet Jockey Short Contest $200 Cash & Prizes Starring Maude Thursday Evenings 529-7525 DECEMBER 30. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 3 GPC to Tackle Debt, Mailing List, in 1987 Ry S heri Coh en Darbo nne fl.fontrob(' Vo1ct· Houston Gav Political Caucus will con· centrate in· 19R7 on expanding and streamlining its mailing list, reducing an $11,f>OO deht and keeping a watchful eye on local politicians who will be seek­ing th<• organization's endorsement in th<' November city elec·tions. The c·aucus also plans to stpp up its involvement in AIDS issues during the coming year. pn•sidrnt Annise Parker said. Parker. who is currently unopposed for reelection in HGPC's officer and board elections scheduled Jan. 21, said proje<'ls hegun or renewed in 19R6 will he <'Ontinued and developed in 1987. Among the priorities is the organiza. tional debt to several individuals and companies, which Parker says was reduced by $2000 from $13,f>OO this y•ar. The deht accumulated from services and publicity provided the approxi· matelv 150-m<•mher organization from 1982 ihrough 198fi, Parker explained. She said payments would he made to further reduce the debt this year. "We'll be trying to pay off the bills first," Parker said. Another ongoing effort that will be a major foc·us in the new yearis the updat· ing of HG PC's mailing list to reinstitute thl' caucus' phone-banking system. Of approximately 14,000 names currently on the list, about 1000 are listed with incorre('t addre~!i>eS, Parker ~aid. The phone system will be used to mak<• sure voters are properly regis· tered, to get out the votP, and to encour­age prccinct·level organizing and bloc voting, Parker said. The mail and phone communication systems can also be Community N{'w s from Neighbo rhood & Community Groups ef'Westheimer Colony Association MakeszDonation From a Press Release The Westhe1mer Colony Association has donated a portion of the proceeds from the Fall Westhe1mer Colony Art Festival to the Oel1a Stewart Dance Company A S 1000 donation will be used for a student scholarship in dance study with the well known dance company Accepting the award from Rock Owens, assoc1allon secretary-treasurer. and Kerry A Evans. festival director Delia Stewart stated. ·'This will afford one of our students to complete a course study that could propel the student into the spotlight Arrangements are being made to. again, have the Delia Stewart Junior Dancers perform during the spnng festival ''Our plans call for the dance company to provide discount ticket arrangements for festival goers who would like to attend the matinee or evening performances of the dance company. which will be performing at the Tower Theater during festival time." stated Evans Other fall festival funds were donated to the Trolley on Montrose fund This is a pro1ect to provide trolley service. which runs from the Montrose/ Museum area to the South Main Slreet circuit ef'Bering Counseling Center Names Director From a Press Release Dr L Annette Jones has been appointed to direct the Center for Counseling and Sp1ntual Growlh at Bering Memorial United Methodist Church Jones. an associate pastor at Benng from June 1982 to June 1985. will administer the center's services which include ind1v1duat and group counseltng for people wrth compul· s1ve disorders such as alcoholism. drug add1ct1on and eating disorders: md1v1dual and fam1ly therapy with people who have relat1onsh1p problems. supportive counselmg and grief work with those who have AIDS or ARC and.lheir friends and families and spmtual QU1dance to those who seek intenhon~I spmtual formation Jones noted that the center 1s fmanc1ally separate from Bermg Church but fulfills one of the goals outlined in the church's Grand Plan She said 1t will be supported by fees collected from those who use the center's services and by donations and grants A three member board consisting of Jones. Or Don S1ncla1r and Becky Lee will direct the center The center is located on the second floor of the church"s admmistrat1ve bu1ldmg Happy New Year from .Jack & Gene STEVE D. MARTINEZ, M.D. INTCRNAL MEDICINE INFECTIOUS DISEASES SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AIDS/KS' DIAGNOSIS OPEN MON. TUES . THURS, FRI 8c30AM 5PM OPEN SATURDAY 8c30AM·4PM CLOSED SUN & WED. Twelve Oaks Tower 4126 Southwest Frwy #1000 Houston, TX 77027 621-7771 --.... used to quickly inform the community of recent developments, to attract volun· leers and new members, and to encour· age participation in activitie~. she added. Throughout the year, HGPC will monitor the responses of various offi· cials and candidates for office on gay issues, and will demand statements from those seeking endorsement indi· eating how they will vote on specific gay or AIDS·related questions, Parker said Their responses ,,.. j)) then be revealed to voters via the mailing list. "We want to make these politicians accountable all year, not just at election time. This way, people will know what they can expect them to do," Parker ~aid. "I'm not at all sure that 'picking the lesser of two evils' is the thing to do anvmore. If the choice is between a kn;1wn enemy and someone who will do nothing at all, maybe not voting in that race has more of an impact," she said. adding that attending the recent national convention of openly.gay elected officials '"enlightened" her. "We have lo have openly-gay ek'<'ted officials," Parker slated She suggested, however, that gays will often choose to vote for an unpredictable "middle line" candidate even when they know a gay person is running. "ThPy reason that the gay candidate hns no <.'hnnce of winning:' sh<• said. Politically, 19R7 will be an issue­oriented, non-partisan year for the cnu· cus, Park<'r deC'lan·d Because of Two Die in Colorado Bar Fire FORT COLLI NS, Colo. CUPIJ-A Fort Collins mun has he·en arrestt'd in <.·on· nt>ction with a fatal fire in a crowded J.!llY har, authorities ~aid Sundar. D<'C' 2K Two men diE'd trying to putout a hlaze whi<'h brokP out at 10:4fi p.m. Raturdny in Th<' Prople's Har in Fort Collins. The num<•s of the victims were being with· h<•ld Sunday ni1<ht Polic<.• arr<·stecl Terry McCoy. :\fl, nft<'f ~pveral witness<·s told investigators they saw ~omeone intentional1y set the har's Christmas tree on fire with a cigar(•ttt' lig-hter. McCoy was held at th• Larimer County Jai l on charges of first-degree murd£>r and fin;t·degree arson. non·partisan nttworking begun this year, the organization should be able to get more involved in precinct organiz" ing, she said. And, the caucus will set its own agenda for AIDS causes in 1987,a move that may be touchy among some other groups involved in the struggle. For example, AIDS Foundation Hous· ton has asked HGPC in the past to avoid the limelight in AIDS issues hecause of the caucus' political focus. "The AIDS Foundation depends on public funding • they must ap~a.r non·political and separate from pohh· cal .groups." Parker explained. "However, GPC will have tostarttak· ing the lead in approaching the city on the issues. going before City Council, asking for AIDS funding, asking offi­cials, 'What are you going to do to help us?' Officials in Houston have been run­ning scared from the issue, and no one from our side is asking them why," she continupd Parker said support groups like the now-defunct "It's OK" took on the responsibility of organizing appearan· ces and demonstrations in the past. but there is no group c·urrently involved in that type of AIDS activism "Someon• has to do it. The AIDS Foundation can't." she said. Memh<.·rs have also discussed form· ing a PWA i,.rroup within the caucus, although the subje<'t has not been brought up in a meeting, she noted. Southwest Funeral Directors 528-3851 1218 Welch Houston, Texas Servicing the Community 6 :·;:::.+1 Tension, Irritability, Neivousness. Inability to concentrate, Self-Doubt, Increased pulse.ANXIETY has become a part of your life. A part you don't seem able to cope with. The FABRE CLINIC offers FREE medical treatment for anxiety. Our services always remain confidential and anyone in good health may qualify. Call us for an evaluation and appointment. FABRE CLINIC 52~2320 4 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 30. 1986 Oh that Fun Guy in the Sky The Innocent Bystander By Arthur Hoppe People maga1ine has come out with "The 2.5 Most Intriguing People of '86." They're> a great hunch. Among the intriguPrs this year are Olivt>r North, Tom Cruise. Ivan RO{'sky, Max Headroom, Pat RoherL'>on, Chief Justire Rehn <1mst and How· ard the I>uck-nlonj.! with a number of in-triguin~ proplt> I nevt•r heard of Rach of the 2;, was represent· ed by a large photo of him. her or itsPlf smgmg, dancmg, smiling. waving or just looking grim_ Daniel Ortega rated two as 1*fits thP leader of a government fighting for its life in an all-out civil war. One is a douhle--truck shot of Nirara gua's presidPnt squatting in tall grasi-; whilP ht' holds an ominous AK-47 auto­matic rifle. He\; wearing a Nt·w York Mets rap and T-shirt. In thE" other, hp's out in lhe hark yard pushing a whet•lhar· row londM \\Jth four of his eight laugh mg rhildren as his smiling <·ommon·law w1ft- leans on his shoulder I think ifs n rrying shamt• that Goel didn't make th~ rut. The magazim•'!'l editors had dummit·d in an intriguing piece on God It ft•a turt-d a full-page pie of God tourhing fingertips with Adam The caption read: '"Everyhody's favorite guy hasn't lo!-it the old spark." The ropy was written hy on(' of Peo~ pie'~ hottest writers. I wai:; fortunate enough to ohtnin a computer readout. The text follows· "Everybody wants to talk to him Mf'n want to be like him. and womrn want to he near him ... He's got hox office writtt'n all over him. "That's what ct>lehritv cin:uit biggie:; an• saying about God It looks like thecreatorofthis wonder· ful. wacky world we live in may be on the vl"rge of scaling new heights in his long <·arel"r. There's no question he's h<•en on a downt•r the last decade or so (there are even rt'ports he'd passed on), and those around him were getting tht· jittc•rs. But now h<''~ ha<'k on top of tht• <'hart<.;, showing douhting Thomasf's th<• staying powf'r of a real trouper "I'm just glad to )1(' alivP," hC' says with a warm grin Thous:h ht•'s won a zillion kudos for hi:; speed:v and inspirt·d <·rpation of tht• univE·rse- .. awesume," as on(' fan put it-ht• r('mains modt•st ahout his accomplito>hment. ",Just lucky. I 1:uc·s.s." h(' tt·lls frit·nds, <lurking his hPad He J:"t'ls his sharp of the pans. too. (1'h(' n'<·E·nt f'S<'ltpt" of volcanic- gas in Cam<•­nK> n is a good c·xample.) But he can takt> it on tht• <'hin. HE• likes to show visitors that plaquC' on his wall that says, "You ran 't INtrn without trying!" Som<•times s<·en as remote and c•vt'>n n<·<·asionally wrathful , those dose to him insist hc•'s r('ally "an avt•rage ,Jot"' who likt·s nothing better than tossing <t frishe<· for his Irish s<•tter, Rig R<-d "'He's resolutelv down home," one asso· <·iate said. "An"yone ran talk to him." Though he never marrit-'CI, ht>'s a devoti-d father. The applt> of his t•ye is his only son, who rose from humhh• hc•ginnings (just likl' a Horatio A)gpr hero) to h('coml' a founclrr of th<• WPll· known Christian rhur('h. And it's no aC'rich·nt that in his hest-selling "N<•w Testamt·nt"' ctht' inspiration of a dozc·n Hollyw(K)d l'pic-sl, the• proud dad hardly mC'ntion.!l anvone p)sc.>. A hard w~1rkPr (hp's tht' onl.'-· tr<·e· ma kn in th(• husiness1. ht· hkc·s to pla:-" too. His main hohhy is doing mirudt•s to whi<·h ht• hrings his own 8pf'Cial magic And ht• lovt•s to rt•lax list<·ning to his musieal group, thf' evPr·1>opular "Hea\'t·nlv Choir.·· Tht• o~lv thing that now stands ht.•twe<·n him and intl'Tnational celt>h­ritv status. c•xp(•rts say, is his ~-l'il · kn-own rt•lurtantt· to appear on T-shirts. lunch boxt·s or talk shows or to mak(• thost· mu<'h-sought-afti·r endorst·mt•nts. Rut if ht• ean just g<'t ovc•r hi!-l shync·ss, thPV suv, I 9H7's going to he a bannl'T .'o-·t·a·r fo~ God. )8b I F Chr• 11 Pub 1sh1ng C'? The Best Little Guest House in Town Reasonable Nightly & Weekly Rates Private Baths Free Parking For Reservations Call (504) 566-1177 1118 Ursulines, New Orleans, LA 70116 ~tt 3ffitemoriam ROBERT DAVIS, JR. Robert Davts. Jr 33, passed away peace­fully Saturday. DPc 20. 1986. m Houston Robert was a student at Houston Com­munity College. a member of MCCR, and a very active member of the Astro Rainbow Society of the Deal He is survived by his lover and companion of four years. John Bush: parents Robert and Jackie of Lexington. Ky sisters Judy and Pam: and many close friends Funeral services were held Dec. 24 m Lex­mgton. Ky A memonal service will be held Sunday. Jan 4. 1986. at MCCR. 1919 Decatur at 4 30 p m Robert 1s gone, but he wlll live on in our hearts and memones Donations may be made to the AIDS Foundation in Robert's name ()lJRP IC TtitMOll PM.:: "9 ICU ilOf s.•nd !f'nds Y"O' •lfead!' •1h11n ~1F""""'..o.r.•..1 -9houid'(Ml(Jf>ut.,h ..1 0r.-.. Judge Orders More Money for 'Dog Day' Victims NEW YORK illl'll-A judge orcleml tht• stat<• Crimp Victims Compt·nsation Board to C'ontinue paying thr('(.• vidims of tht· ''Dog Day Afternoon" hank rohh<•rv mont•\..' that was earned from th<• hil film, ii was dis<"losed Monday, Iler. :u1. Tht• hoard had argued it dosed tht> cas<• aft<·r fiv<• v<'nrs, hut state Suprrme Court ,Jusll<'l' ~;lliott Wilk ruled "th<• 21J. _vt•ar statuh• of limitations gem•rally applic·ah1C' forth<•(•nforcC'mentofmom•y juclgt•mPnts" should })('in plac(•. Warnl'T Bros. mad1• a movie callc•d /Jo~ /Jay Aftnmmn ahout th<• l 97:l Brooklvn hunk rohh<•rv attf'mpl hy ,John \\lojtowi<"z and pro~ist'<I th<' thic·f ont• pt·rrt·nt of tht· m·t profit l ncln a I !177 law , cnnvi<'ts must turn ovn nn:-· profit from litt>rar:-· or artistic· dt·pidions of tlwir <·rinw to tlw eompt·n Malion hoard 'l'h1· honrd paid thrN' vi<'lims :ti.fll~.fll,, hut dost-d tht• acC'ount in l'IH:! Tlw vktims wnt• st•c•king an undis· dnst•d amount of additional mont·y t·arn('(I hy !ht• film in tht• past thn't· .vc·~·~towi<'z is in a fr-d<•rnl prison until Aug 2:1. 19~7-with a <·hante ht• ma.v lw n•lt•as('(I in May 1987 for "good timt•"­on n paroh• violation that occurr<'fl last August , his parolp nffiC'<'r, PatriC'k Wnlsh snid In August. Wojtowiu visit<'<I n man <lt':-:crilwd hy Walsh as Wojtowic-z's "hmohanct'' nt an upstat1· prison It was thP foiPnmd paroll' violation sinC'I' his l!t7H n·h«1st• on a 1-l·yt•ar prison lt•rm . Ill' rt)(·k1·t1·d to fa mt· I -1 .vt•ars ago wh1·11 h1· triNI to roh a hank so ht· C'oulcl fund a M·x ('hanf.{t' opnation for a malt• lovn lft· kt·pt huncln·ds of polit·t.• and FBI Hgt•ntH at hnv for 11 hours whilt• holding hank <·mplo·~·t·t·~ hostngt•. llis llartrwr was !'hot dt-;.tcl hy th<• FBI ancl Wojto w1c-z was arn·st .. d 1.1~ h<• was ahout to hoard u plmw for Algl'Tia Al Pa<'inn playNl th<• lt•ad roi<· in tht' movit• Jn Montrose, Nearly Everyone Reads the Voice DECEMBER 30. 1986/ MONTROSE VOICE 5 Peas on New,/ .l? ,1.:l'i_/ Years ;V Sooner or Later Everyone Comes to _naturally 1022 Westheimer • 528-8851 Home of Eagle Leathers Tam O'Shanter New Year's Eve Lou Ann Miles <:I Art Yelton with Male Dancers Complimentary Buffet U Champagne 6121 Hillcroft 771-2470 Free Pizza Delivery: 2 Mile Radius, $7 min. order on pizza 11-2pm lunch. S-11pm dmner :.· ··········1·p·m··-·1·2·o·m· ·w·e·e·tc·e·n·d·s· ·········:. : Winter Special : : - large Pepperoni Pizza : : - Four Garden Salads : i.: -- Pitcher of Soft Drinks .i $9.99 i :. ............. -......... -........... : A 4100 Mandell _....._.. '"""'""'' o.!~~,~~,~~1pm Fn & Sat 11am-1am Seat1nq Capacity 100 All Ages Friday and Saturday 901 N SHEPHERD HOUSTON NRG INFORMATION 863-0010 6 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 30. 1986 .,.., --- Helen paused. With an audible ''wumph," Mully's familiar yipping had ended, and only the sounds of Ed's football game now emanated from the living room. l ~OIJl.>t>W-1.,,, •u"\( 1>1 ~£ ~\(~ 'iOOll ~L~ W~~Go\0010~\T ~'\~, L£\\1. s.t\.1..1\ ~G\\J£ ~ ~.i..'f . Voice Comics j"ACk:S DINER "Can a person have too many knick­knacks?... No.' thought Gayland with assuredness. At 5:45 a.m .. Mr. Starkey was made aware he had accidently set his clock radio to a rap-music station. DECEMBER 30, 1986' MONTROSE VOICE 7 Actress Elsa Lanchester Defended Husband's Sexuality ~ ::i UJ z ::i t- GENERAL REPAIRS ~j· .-o- ·o-• ~ JJ () 0 z 0 =i 6 Ry Linda Rapatonni l 'mff•d Pn· ·s lntcrnatwnal LOS ANGELES-Elsa Lanchester, the recl-hairl•cl pixie who specialized in play· ing <'ccentrir spinsters and witty dowageri-; during a 60-year career that included the film classic The Bnde of Franlwnstein. died this past week at 84. Lanchester, the widow of Academy Award -winning" actor Charles Laughton, died of bronchopneumonia Friday at the Motion Picture and Televi sion Hospital, where she was admitted Dec. 17, spokeswoman Jean Ferris said The London·born actress had been comatose for several years following sevc·ral strokes. She left no family or relatives and requested that there be no memorial services. I~nchester twice was nominated for Oscars, for Com<• to the Stable in 1949 and Witm•ss for the Prosecution in 19!">8. Ou ring hl•r prolific career, th(' actress delightC'd audiences with bawdy cabaret songs and horrified movi('goers in lh<'litleroleoflhe 193.'\film 1'hl'1Jnd1• of Franhenstl'ln. Lanchester made her first Hollywood film appearance in Dai11d Copperfield earlier that y(•ar, and her co-starring rnle with Laughton in The /leach comhrr in J 9:JA won her recognition as a major actress. Born f:hrnheth Sullivan in OC't, 28, IH02. Lancheslt•r hoped to become a danc.·t•r, but began playing music halls and Rmall night club•. and helped organize tht• Children's Theater in Lon don at agt• Jfi. 8he })(•longed to a group called Cnvt>of I larmony productions that stagC'd. after midnight one-act plays by Anton C'hek· hov . LuiJ.,ri Pirandello and A.E. House· man. Lanchester claimed that while at lhe cahnr<•t she originated the costume of top hat, ballet lights and high heels, later used hy Marlene Oietrich . She met Laughton in her first big Lon­don i:.;tage hit Ril'erside Niphls. When the play closed. they were married . Fri<•nds said she had no idea her hus· band had homosexual predilections. Later, Lnnchester was asked why sht• allowed author Charles Higham to write about her husband's homosexual lift• in Charlrs Lauphton: An lntimall' Bioprophy" "Rt'<'aui-;e times have changed, and such th ings ran be discussed more oprnly than they were before," she ~.;aid. "And because it might help people who are fort•d with the same kind of problem and must deal with the terrible guilt that Charles felt most of his life." Lanrhester played her first screen rolr in the silent version of The Con · slant Nymph in 1927. The Laughtons came to the United States to perform Payment Deferred. one of their hit shows in London, on Broadway. Lanchester played Laugh­ton's daughter. The couplt• r<>turned to London in I9:J;~ to make their first talking movie, Henry VIII. in which she played one of the monan·h's wives, Ann of Cleves. The movie was a succe.ss and they repeated it ns as stage show at the Old Vic. That pt'rformance led to several com· panion roles for the Laughtoni::i, includ· ing Ari<>I and Prm;pero in The Tempest One Entree' Free per Party w/Coupon at Cafe Edi I Serving Italian omlettes, chicken dishes and I salad platters ________________ J CAFE EDI 520-5221 WHOLE EARTH PROVISION COMPANY 526-5226 BOOKSTOP 529-2345 MONARCH CLEANERS 522-5101 Sign the Petition al Bookslop against "Colorization" of black and while films! hy Shakt:'i-;peare; and Pcter Pan with she in the ti tit' roh.• and he playing Captain Hook. -n:i- -n Laughton bt·gan building a reputa lion as an ador, and Hollywood lured him in l!l:l4 for such films as Ru11gle,, of Red Gap. Mutiny on the Bounty and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. u z 0 a: t­u UJ --" UJ AUTOMOTIVE Happy New Year z The J.aughtons shuttled back and forth from London to New York fora bit, then settled in Los Angeles. After the filming of The Bnde of Prankenstein with Boris Karloff. Lan· chester complained of the three hours it took to make up her face for the female monstt>r .. My hair stiffened into a Topsy.like mop and was to stick out backward on a little cage," .sht• wrote in her autohio· graphy, Charles Lauphton and I . "I was th(•n hound in yards and yards of han· dage, .?II most carefully done by a nu rs<> Lanrhester's more than 50 credits also included The Ghost Goes West, 19:!6; Rembrandt, 19:J7; The Spiral Stairca~e. I 93!l; The Inspector General. 1949; Andrades and the Lion, 19.';:l; Bell, Book and Candle. 1958; Mary Pop· pins. 1964; Willard. 1971; Murder by Death, 1976. She also appeared on television in "Omnibus," 19fi.1·57; "The John For· stythe Show," 196.';-67; and "Nanny and the Professor," 1971 Aftor l.aughton'sdeath in 1962in Los Ang(•)t•s, Lanchl'ster remained in Holly­wood and performed forseveralyearsat thr Turnabout Theater. She also ~ang in night cluhs and many of her tune~ were recorded in an nlhum, 8onps fora Smoke·Filled Room from the ever-constant gang at Taft May old friends never be forgotten 1411 T•l1 1¥ :::~ .. ~ 522-2190 TR><NSM!SSlONS BETTER LAWns & (iARDEilS T otal lawn maintenance Commercial-Residential • LandsCdpe • Trash Removal • Chimneq Sweep • Tree Seruice • Stumps Removed • Complete Spnnkler Sqstems FREE ESTIMATES! BEST PRICES! 523-LAWN CHUTES 1732 Westheimer 523-2213 FREE CHAMPAGNE FREE PARTY FAVORS FREE BLACKEYED PEAS FREE CORN BREAD z G> By Elroy Forbes .\font rose \ Uff"t~ Soelal /)1rtttor ...i Happy New Year Th1sismy lastco1umn for 19h0! Rut , I do h.Jve a f('W mPssages lt•ft. Next .vear, I Yu. salute some of tht> bt·~t t•vrnts of 19X6. Mt·anwhile, Happy New Year' Winnrr of Rest Chrtstma ... Scene au·ard o A Big Thank You As all of us with Christmas in Montrose struggled throui;:h . The Living l"ativity Seen£" was the most ambitious and the largest undertaking_ Thanks to R1·r Grar1e L·r who palled together thn·c nights of the• Pvent On the final nighl. a full cast of <·har· aC'tns y.;as given a mngnifictmt sc·tting \\;th thew ndnfu! music from Bt•ring :O.lt·moria) :-lcthorlist Church Choir, unf"'eT the <lireC'tion of Furrrst /lender· son The choir's efforts wen• undt•r­srored by tht' pianr in thf> bac·k of the Palma pickup truck driven hy Alton Marshall. The wonderfu CJ:o.riistmas music ~trnight 'rom that morning's service. filled th<• atr at Houston Sign Co. and gave a sp<>CJal meaning to thi~ commun· •y pageunt. o Bumper Fest Chn.-;tmas Eve put crowds back on Mis souri !-;treet similar to those at the First Annual Missouri StrN'l AquafC'st .lfadanw X (Sht- could nt·ver give hn namt•.1 roartad off Grant ~lref:l und into Garv I.rt· H nt-w (>ldsmohill' at 1000 Mis sou~i . C'1Ht·c·nNi hat:k into the strt•f't to rt•1tr t"nd a TLC patron ·s ear. l-iW(-'{'P around to front t·nd thp samt· <'ar~ pN·INi across tht• strN·t to remove thr light fender from a new To.vota hefore smash· in~ into a parked car ut 1006 Missiouri, s(•nding it into tht• Montrose intc·rst'l'­tion. MPnnwhilc, Madame X misst·d /lit/ f.ammPy hut cn•nst-d his pants hC>forp swinging around hack ward and c·oming to n·st in the driv(•wuy atross tht· stn•t•t from BruC'P Smrth ·., df'ntal offic·<•. Six tow trucks, two police car:-;, and an amhulanft· crt>W workt·d for hours pit'<'­mg tht• IO-minute 1m·id<·nt tn1n•thC'r As for Ma<lHml" X. she was rushed off tf .Jeff Davis Jlospital for examination. f-lt• had nf•'rt.• a word to sav. Hermid·l-iO's Dodgp •·tunk'" suffen-d ~ few sc·at<'hes and a rrackffi headlight. That was all of tht• visihle damagt•. It was rN1lly a Rt·n· dnvous f\.f ssouri Strt>('t this Christmas Evt• New Year's Eve: Conclusion of Christmas in Montrose The last of our I~ Christmas in Mont rost' (•vpnts is N(•w Yt•nr's Eve. Refor(' 19X(l faclt·s out , aC'knowl('()g(•ment to Arlopt·A-Bl,J<'k c·ommitteP m<·mh<•ri:-; is clue·: l"hnir Hoh !Ja1:Rol; coordinator 1'.'lro)' Forh<'·'; r\t'artown rt>p, Sall)· McKn', Grt•ater Montros(' Business Guild r(•p. (;,·or}!f' Brn"dirt: NPartown Busmt·s~ Allinnn· rt•p, ,Joan l.od•man . Thanks to otht•r <·ontrihutors: Sharon Wl'lntraub . Stan Stn'le Warr('n Dun Happy holiday ... from The Ventun··N <·an.r.;011, Ron Rodril-k.'>. Ja<·k 8tofff'r ... ·, Afrlnn /)ayto11. ,Jim Spf•nce. Sh1rlt·.v Hitt. /.ynn l!erri<·J.-. Loui.r.; Younp uncl all of tht• actors in tht• Living Nativity Sc·C>nt•. An opt·n gt'nt·ral mt1·ting for nPxl yl'ar\ Christmas in MontrosP will lw C'Utl('d in ,January For inf, ;)~l-1111 o New Year's Eve Events Mary's will hold !\t·w Yt·ar's EvC' tht·1r traditional w:iv with c-hampagn(• at midniJi(ht. frt-t·· part~· favor:-;, vihrant sounds and stuff Thl• Barn hosts a C&W N<'w Y<·nr's Wt'<·krnd with th<• Rt·d Hidt•rs H-:!, party favors an<l midnight fhampngnt·. Hot Rod has a;;. HI huffot, party favors and <"hampagrn· follow(•d hv aftt·r-hours clan«ing until dawn K. .• J.'s will havf• frN· <·hampagnt• and l~ midnight huffrt Hru.tos Rivl•r Bottom host~ a Mas· Qunadt· Hall. with huflt·t and music hy tht· Hrazos Hivn Rand. A s:1 rovl'r indudP~ midnight f·hampttJ..fn(' an'I party favors. C'hut(\s will havt• a hlm·k t'\'t'<l P"a and <·ornhn·ad hufft·t. You nm ••J-1us~ ' Hfl" and hrinu in ·~7 at Th(~ \'(•ntun~-N; Dirty Sally's will havf• c·hampaj.!nt• and pnrt~· favors. Th(' huh­hlv will also now frt>t·lv at The ()J J at midnight.Tam O'Sha.nter hosts Lou Ann Afilt•s & Art l'f'lt1111 with ma}(• clanc·f·r:-;, hufld and l'hampug1w. Cou­sins will havt· drink l:'Pt'l'ials. frl'l'f'ham· pugne and Kod:r'.'> Birthday Party_ Thl• Hunt Room will ha\-'t• a diniwrt·(•)(•hra­tion for $:2!) Jl<'r JH'rson , fraturing live <·ntnt11inmt·nt and a hottlt· of «ham paj.!nP. o New Year's Day Mary·s Pt·as with <l hlackt'yc'CI J><'a danl'(', fNHuring <·ontinuous musH' from 01u·ninf.{ to dosinj.! with d<·pjay Lary Thompson and h~· m~·stny gm•st dt·P· ja~·ff. H.R.H. plans drink spt>d.als and a T<·xns huff1·t of hi<.u-k<·Yt'<ls. C'ornhrc·ad and t·ahhagt• with th~· Brazos H:iH·r Hand ,J.0.1-:. will l)(_•ot>l'n. Cousins has th1• traditional nwal nnd happy hour J)IWt·s nil day Tht· ('&Wwt·<'k('lld at Thi' Harn t·ontinu<•s thru Saturda~· Nurnh<•rs hig t·H•nt , Wonwn oflhP YNtr Show of th(• YPar will lw on Sunday. o Around Town Stan Fordwasmt·tat Hohhy not onlv hv Gi/hnt Sant·hc.i, hut hv Af~danw ~t1J11i mir1• . • John Oun1s is ~till s(•lling jams and jC>llic•s, hut not his (0fH1kit•s. Rl//y Bo) hns hti·n away so long, Danny was afraid of not rc·c·ognizing him .\fana is olfrring a n·ward for an.\· information lc·arling to tlw n·coH·r~· of ,JI/. -Jud.v llto ...... om, Mar.v·_.. nnt' kilty , /l.11J.oe Coofry ·.. . N('\.\' YNtr'l-i Evt• Blow ( )ut promist·s to ht• his h(•sl t•vt•r ~o man~· f>t•oplt• in I loustc;n from I la) las ovt•r tlw holidavs mak(•s vou wondn about all tht• l{old .in thf• Big)) Smart huyt•rsun· hitting tht> hig t•C'kt·l ih·ms lo tukt• sal1•s tax off I RS_ h(•for<• l<JX7 hits. Mv I R;; nrrivt<I Mondav. FYI C'ar l"i.llt·s will ht• hig ht•fort• !\t·~·• YNtr's Evt•, hut walc·h for largt• nc·w c·ar di!'c·ountH to <·om(' in around h·hruarv Manv of u~ hopt• that tht· t·<·ono~y will su~f.W fcm;ur(I in 19>-17_ If C'hristmn.s is anv indiralion of our frt·lings, W(' hav4• had t•m1ugh gloom. Ncm lt'l's con <'t•nlrnh• on makinJ.{ somt•thing grand hnppt·n. Nc·xt I im4•. if tht•rf• is r1H1m aft<·r all tlw WH7 ring-ins, I hav<· n storv on our drnnging landscapt·. Bt·st wi~h<·s for u w1mdnful and ht•althy 1mn.1 hop<• to t-t·<' your ./\round Town ~Pla.y ~Safe! ------~-- -----····-··- DECEMBER 30. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 9 Make A New Year's AIDS Resolution: "I Will Not Put Myself or Others At Risk Commentary by Neil Schram Pan(lc· /\'1·u-.o; ."tt·rnt·1· !HX(l will hC' n·nwmberPd as th£' YNtr of staggt•ring proj<•<'tions about tht; futurp of thP Ail>S rpidt•mic with. at lt>asl,gPn· t•rul n•t•ognition that h<>l<•ros<•xuals are also at risk through s<•xual c·ontac:t. llo1wfully, for 1987, each and t•v<•ry' J)('rson who might he at risk will tak~· pt·rsonal n·sponsihlity for stopping the spn•ucl of tht· AIDS virus. This rnNins helit•ving that you arP ut risk, h•arning hem: to prott·c·t yoursrlf from that risk. and making a c·ommit· mt·nt to always protect yourself No one• ('Hll do it for vou. ThP World fkalth Organization n·n·ntl:v t':'limah'<I that JO million pt•o pit• worldwidP ar<> alreodv infPC'tt'd with tht· AillH virus. u numbt;r that will ri~w to :lO to JOO million within fivt' yt'ars, It 1s also t'XlWC't('d that two to four m1llion more Americans will bN·omt• mfN·lt'd ovt•r thp nt'xl five yt'nrs. The U.S. Public I h•a lth Rervk(• estimatrs that 7000 ht'lnost•xuals will clrvt• lop AIJ>Sin IH91 asun·su ltofthc•spr<•adof tht• AIDS virus during ht•tt•rosPxual mtt·rc·ourst>-trnnsmith•d from fema le to mah• as wt•ll as malt- to frmalr. Many if not most of tht·S<.' pC'oph• will l>f.·t·om1· mft•c·tt·d in 19X7 and IHAA. It i!-1 diffi<'ult to ht:lit·vt· that p<·opl<' know tlwy an· at risk for A I DR, know how to prott•<·t tht.•mse lv<'!-i, and ._ti ll fa il to do so. t\1·vprtht·l1•ss, although dramati<· t·httngt·s huvt• Offurrt·d in gny malt· :-ot•x un i lwhuvior. too man,v gay mt·n who know lwtt1•r sti ll pradicr unprotl'dt·d lno condom) anal intt'rcourst', whi('h ii-; thl• highN;t r isk ht•havior for A IDS Somt• of th t• rP<.1i-;ons my patit•nts havt"' g1v1•n nw for not a lways us ing t•o ririoms indudt•: ''M,v partrn•r rPfmwd to ust• u c·ondom:" "It dc){'i-;n't ft•c•I good with a tondom;" " I didn't hav<· om• with m<·:" "Aftt.·r two n<·gutiv<• tests for antiboclit•s to tlw Al l>S virui-; I nssum('d I wns immurn•." Tht• lattn was from a patit"'nt whos(' t lnrd t<·st was positive. Thul i-;am<· clPni al wa s r<'<'<•ntlv dt•m onstrnh·d h.v h<'h·rni-;t•x ua l mt'm iwrs of two st•x dubs in Min m·apolis who had an nv<•rug(• of 2!l s<•xual partm•rs. a nd yc>t 7:~ pt•n·t•n t did not lwlievt• tht•1r hPhnvior put tht•m at risk for AIDS. Un fortu na lt• ly, millions of Am<'fica ns who do not lwlit•vt· it will ha ppPn lo tlwm mav ind<•<•cl h<•<'O ITI (' inft•c tNI ovt•r tlw rwxt fiv<• .v<•nrs The AIDS virus does not forgive. If you get infected, no matter how sorry you are, no matter how much you try to change it, that fact will not change. Only you can prevent this from happening. injprtahl(' d ru gi-; or ree1•ived hlood pro· ductf.l. nr<• at no risk Stntis ti <'nl l.v, not nil p('o pl r art• at t•q unl rii-.k for in f<·dion. C'ouplt•s in n mcmogamous rPla ti ons hip sim·t• at lt•ast Hl78. wlwn• 1witlwr part nN has ust'd For gnv or hisC'x ua l men, lht•odds that a rww male partner is inf<'<'lt'd va ric·s from ahout onC' in fh:t"' to one in two d<•pt-nding on thP dty For h<'lc.>rnst•xu & .. , "' . r11 1ut• 1101 ol )i11t• ' ( 1 I'(' L 1-.- ., • Gourmet eou .. • Fine T.a • Accessories 0{j ' ''' cv:- f 1c•a • 0.llciow. 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Bring in the New Year at Michaels with Muscles in Action Partv Fat•ors and Free Champagne at Midnight //uppy New Year from Our Sta(( 428 Westhe1mer - 529-2506 That is the problem with th£' advice to know the s<'xual and drug use history of your partner-you must know the hi!o;­tory of his or her prior partners as well. That is of <·ours<' usually impossible. Thus you must assume the possihility that a new pnrtm·r could he infec:ted. In any ev(•nt, b<·cause hundreds of thousands of Ameri<'ans will become infc'<:led in 19H7. the risk for homo!->exu­allv or hetero~exuaJlv active individu· al~ will do nothing hut rise since each newly infected }X'rson i~ beliC'ved to ht.·com£• inft..etious as writ. Therefor« now ii-; the time to start tak · ing pr{'('autmns Information ah<'.lut how to prot<'<'t yoursdf has hef-n available for a long time. In anal or vaginal interoours£· use a<·on<lom. If you \l'."Pinjectabledrug~.do not shan· nt't.·dlts or t•quipment. The j.!ov(•rment should he spending hundn'Cls of millions of dollars to con vinc£• Pl'<lplt> that "'intercourse without a condom can kill'' and "i:.;haring drug equipm('nl can kill." ~adly. the govt'rn­m£• nt wil not spPnd money to try to con vmce vou that risk C'xists and that vou <'8n a~d '."hould proted :vour~elf. . But if you n·ad this far. tht·n you know. Th<' final stC'p, convincing you to always take· prt'<'3utions. depends on you. Governmt.·nt, no matter how much it spends. can not do that for '.'·ou Thr AIDS virus does not forgive. If you ~t.'l infedt'<I, no matter how sorry you uni. no matter how much you try to chang<• it. that fal't will not chani:e. Onh· you ean pn·vent this from happl"n­ing, If you haven·t alrt-ady startt'CI pro­t£'<' ting :vourst'lf. :-;tart now. 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I posit takr It rasy expresses an idle longing for no work and all play. ignoring challenges and threats-a hns~inet situation. Peo-which emerged many divorcees and les­bians. How do you think that hit the hetero­sexual male ego? You guessed it. Force women back under the domination of men. Keep them barefoot (pay them less). Keep them pregnant (abortion is murder). Why are homosexuals on the hit-list? They are heretics: Gay males don't dominate women, and lesbians don't 8Uhmit to men_ When Falwell promist>d ht>'d "turn this country around for God," homophobic and antiwoman ht:·terosexuals knew what he meant: corral women and kill tht• que<>rs. Politicos obst>rved the influx of The fact that the Supreme Court would eventually heed the bleatings of a Bible Belt small-town preacher, amplified by repetition, proves that government does listen. Our lavender 10 percent opinion must extend itself into a powerful majority. pie do stay alive by taking it easy. Jus­tice does not exist except by intense concentration and constant effort by tho~e who want the liberty to exercise their human rights. Simplistically the human Mpe<:'ies can be divided into two categories: 1. Those peaceful perisons who want to live and let live: 2. Those persons who want to control others. When dominating persons threaten peaCf'ful persons, those who want peace hope the threat will go away. They take it easy , like your pet cat; she doesn't move until she becomes uncomfortable. When attacked, she'll nee rather than fight Only when cornered, will she turn to face her enemy. Domineering pensons are predatory. Because their appetite for power is msatiable. they never go away. They never take it easy~ they know that's not the way to achieve and maintain con­trol The lesbian and gay community wants to live and let live. We are peacea­ble. In the heginningofl986,the Funda­mentalist Right attacked the homosexual community as though it were the world's worst enemy. Print media. electronic media. sermons, all full of hatred and scorn for lesbians and gay men-on and on, until the work­place is nasty with homophobia. The language of children reflects it. We've never been the most popular citizens, but the 1986 onslaught evinced the malevolent enthusiasm of born again bigotry. Our first tendency was to crawl back into the closet The attack intensified. We became more visible and more political. But we've never really turned on them_ In spite of Jerry Falwell's recurrent, junk mail whine that Satan has almost destroyed his "ministry," he and his fo]. loweris will continue to act true to his nature, which apparently is to extirpate everything he doesn't like. The recent sodomy ruling by the Supreme Court is Falwellism in action. That should fire us. We dare not take it easy. Our resolve will be strengthened if we comprf>hend the why and wherefore of the most highly organized assault on homosexual women and men the world has ever sei.'n. In 1966. Masters and Johnson , announced: The vagina has almost no nerve endings, the clitons has far more nerve endings than the J>("nis or any other part of the male sex ual aparatu~. and the most intenst• orgasms in women are produced by masturbation. The women ·s movement ndded If you want a man, go ahead; hut now you know you have options Conscio usnes8·rn1sing workshops p<>pped op ldl liver :the, countr • Jrom. millions of dollaris to the cause, and fol lowed the scent. But institutionaliwd hatred against a large and peacp-loving segment of society, and the anti-woman blitz con· stitute a cruel force that can hardly lw called godly. This current wave of c~us· tic homophohia is more than tribal fear of something different. It is the Inquisi· tor's malice toward the ht>retic. And it is the battle cry of the most primeval ht>te­rosexual male dynamic: l want my woman under my total control For hundreds of years, sodomy referred only to anal copulation. Now the Fundamentalist Right has extended its meaning to include all sexual activ· ity that is not penile-vaginal inter­course. It is clear that heterosexual male is territorial and the vagina is his imperative. Not nil heterosexual males are misogynist and ' or homophobic, but enough of them are to have driven the Supreme Court into the bedrooms and bt•tween the sheets of all Ameri ­cans. It's time Wf! stand up and be counted Public opinion is the prime source of political power The fact that thr Supreme Court would eventually heed the bleatings of a Bible Belt small-town preacher, amplified by r~petition, proves that government does listen. Our lavender 10 percent opinion must exWnd itself into a powerful majority This country is full of people who ignore Falwell as a religious fanatic. And they don't realize we are evervwhere-they've never known one of u~ . Such people are the "undecided" in every poll. &'<·ause humans evolved from a pri· malt' species that survived by not des· troying iL.., own members, most pMple are good. If they saw us as humans working to survive, eager to lov<> and ht:> loved. unhappy when we're not. even llS th(·v; if thev knf'w us outside the closet, mo~t oflht>.undt>ddt>d would follow their human instinds and would support us in our t>fforts to obtain jm;tict•. In Octoht·r 1 mn. leshian women nnd gay m(•n from ull fi(·ross America will Mar('h on Wasington. Let us show our gov<·rnmt'nt nnd thl• whole country how numnous wt· ar(', that we come from (•vt·rvwhrre. and that leshian womt·n and gay mt·n areoutofth<·c·los<·t for g"(K><i_ Visihility is our most effc·<"tivp wt•apon. Hesf)('<'l for lht:• rights of tht• individual Is nt !-!tnkr, tht· constitutional c·ort> upon whic·h this nation was huilt Wht·n wt· win . all Americ·ans will llt" fn~r .C./.u. . 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P-5 40 Plympton St. Boston, MA 02118 Fortunes Taurus Should Make Long-Range 1987 Plans By Mark Orlon For Tuesday evening. Dec_ JQ. 1986. through Tuesday morning. Jan. 6. 1987 ARIES Excitement. fun and fantasy join to create a hassle-free first of the new year with no disappointments_ You could make a new friend. You could make old friendships stronger You could make 1ust about anything, come to think of 1t. You're flying TAURUS Think of the new year Quietly make long-range plans. keeping them to yourself for now_ New faces and new chances for group involvement pro­vide stimulation and winter fun . This time of the year ends with two pots at a boil. GEMINI You and another can come to a valuable meeting of the minds these holidays. Some compromise will be necessary, but not as much as you might think. Days hold a confidential story, an unwanted piece of mall and end with grins CANCER Hard as 1t is to remember, silence can be golden. As much as you think you have to say, even a simple dis­cussion could lead to a real argument and a nasty fight. Be more playful. Try a softer touch . That's your New Year's resolution. LEO Your potential is enormous. especially for any development along creative lines 1n 1987. Focus your ener­gies on one or two strong possibilities and stick to 'em. It's better to be master of one trade than Jack of all' VIRGO-Your resolution: "I will make the most of romatic and creative possibil­ities." Someone in a pos1t1on of authority can be of great help to you . Think posi­tively. You're not taking a chance when you bet on yourself in 1987, as you're a sure thing' LIBRA It would be a crime to let your­self become someone's victim. "Don't take nothm' from nobody" are words to live by 1n 1987. Be the subject. not the ob1ect Don't get up on a pedestal or under a thumb. Happy New Year SCORPIO -A number of pressures may make you feel as 1f your time is not your own. While it 1s true that certain respons1b1l1t1es do take much of your efforts, you do have opportunity to do your own thing 1n 1987 Do it with vigor SAGITTARIUS Normally. you're not one for making waves You prefer to stick with the status quo or the traditional. especially during New Year's Week. Someone may be count mg on your stay· mg true to form Wouldn't 1t be interesting to surprise?t CAPRICORN If you promise not to promise more than you can deliver and if you don't interfere in someone else's love life, you can take the craziest idea you had m all of 1986 and turn 1t mto some· thing very real in 1987. AQUARIUS You could be involved with others every minute of the new year, but you may do better to tend to some items by yourself, to foster your own resources. and in general, to do your own thing (Except for several duets with Cupid) PISCES Although you like to run the whole show, this New Year's week you'd do well to take only one major role_ This will give others a chance and keep you from being overloaded The holidays cast romantic glows and days will end quietly 1"GMC:!t( VOICE ~Pla;y ~Safe! Attention Members: J.O.E. now meets Tue$dag 8-9pm Thu1$dag 8-9pm (Including Clt1i$flTIS$ 8. New Yea1 '$ ()ag$) hidag 11pm-2am Saluldag 11pm-2am Sunday 6-9pm Hours shown are Admission Times. Meetings lost longer. IT'S WARMER NOW New heaters upstairs for your co"!fort, plus fireplace downstairs during winter. J.O.E.'s Meets at tlie Cot129e Playhouse, 611 Pacific (We're a little hard to find It's the house behind the vacant lot Entrance 1s through the lot in rear of house) · DECEMBER 30, 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 11 ~ Spruce Up Your Home ~ for the Holidays ~1i't. HSK CONTRACTING /; I ~ A Full Service Contractor • Roofing (All Types) • Remodeling • Sheetrock/ Painting • Plumbing/ Electrical • Foundations Repaired • Tree & Trash Removal • Insulation • Water Proofing • Pest & Rodent Control • Heating/AC • Tiie/ Masonry • Carpet/Flooring • Cabinets • Decks/ Hot Tubs • Room Additions • Concrete • Chimney Sweeping & Repairs • Fully Insured • References Available No Job Too Big or Too Small 520-9064 OR Emergency Digital Pager 891-4053 12 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 30. 1986 Gay and lesbian reading =============from============ A·L·Y·S·O·N PUBLICATIONS LOVE SEX LOVESEX: The horny relat ionship chronicles of Max EJ:ander, by Max Ex­ander, $7 00. Exander gives a vivid description of his pcrsonaJ six-month odyssey toward cstabltshmg a lasting gay relationship which mcorporates safer sex SECRET DANGERS, by John Preston, SS 00 In this latest mc;tallmcm 0£ the Alex Kane senes, ex-marine Kane and his young partner, Danny Fortelh, battle a world-wide terl(lnst nng that is using v1olencc agamc;t ~ays to promote its own en~s BELDON'S CRIMES, by Robert Rein­hart, $7.00. A gnsly sex murder and a homophobic job dismissal suddenly tum Dave Beldon's life upside-down. When he decides to fight for bis rights, be becomes the country's most recognized gay man. But soon the question arises Will Dave Beldon ultimately be the vic­tor - or victim of the three-ring media circus that surrounds him? A new and original novel from the author of A History of Sbmlows. "Now for my nexl trick ... " t~ t,~ )') r 'i. ~[:) ..,.(/ NOW FOR MY NEXT TRICK by Michael W1llhoue, $5.00. Michael Will· hone':> cartoons have been entertaining readers of The Washington Blade for many years. Now, some 80 of his bc'it cartoons have been collected into this EIGHT DAYS A WEEK, by Larry Duplechan, $7 00 Johnnie Ray Rousseau is a 22-year-old black gay pop singer whose day starts at 11 pm. Keith Keller is a white banker with a 10 o'clock bedtime - and muscles to die for. This story of their love affair is one of the most engrossing - and funniest - you'll ever read MEDITERRANEO, by Tony Patrioli, $12.50. Through some 46 photos, Italian photographer Tony Patrioli explores the homo-erotic territory in which, since the beginning of time, adolescent boys have discovered sex . iOversize paperback) THE MOVIE LOVER, by Richard Fnedcl. $7 .00 Burton Raider's problems begin in high 'ichool when he realizes he's m love wuh his friend Roman As he gets older the problems increase and so does the humor of his suuauon, in what Chris­lopher Street calls ''the funniest gay no.vet of the year ' QUATREFOIL, by James Barr, $8.00 The year IS 1946, and Philip Froelich faces a court martial for acting insubor­dinate to a lazy officer during the closing days of World War II. Then he meets Tim Danelaw, and soon the court mar· tial is among the least of Phillip's con­cerns .. This classic novel, fi rst published m 1950, remains a romantic and suspense­ful read, an intelligently-written love story that gives a vivid pictw e of our re~ cent but often-forgotten past. SECOND CHANCES, by Flonne de Veer, $7.00. Is it always harder to accept what is offered freely? Jeremy, young and still naive about the gay world, could easily have the love of his devoted friend Roy, yet instead he finds himself pursu­ing the handsome and unpredictable Mark. Liii§ JJm( PilSSlllg: Ll\rs ti INrr LrSlllanS LONG TIME PASSING: Lives of Older Leisbian~, edited by Marcy Adelman, $8.00. In their own words, women talk about age-related concerns: the fear of losing a lover; the experiences of being a lesbian m the 1940s and 1950s; and issues of loneliness and community ACT WELL YOUR PART, by Don Sakers, $5.00. When Keith Graff moves with his mother to a new town, he feels like the new kid who doesn't fit in. Then be joins his high school's drama club and meets the boyishly cute Bran Daven­port . REFLECTIONS OF A ROCK LOBSTER: A story about growing up gay, by Aaron Fricke, $5.00. The movmg auto­biography of Aaron Fricke, who made na· uonal news when he took a gay date to his high school prom. SEX POSITIVE, by Larry Uhrig, $7.00. Many religious leaders have distorted Biblical passages to condemn homosex· ualaty Here Uhng fijthts back, discuss­in~ positive Biblical views of same-sex rclauonshtp'>, and arguing that sexuali ty and spintuality arc closely linked THE SPARTAN, by Don Hamson, $6 00 In the days of the first Olympics, gay relat1onsh1ps were a common and valued part of life. The Spartan tells the story of a young athlete and his adven­tures m love and war, providing a vivid picture of classical Greece, the early Olympics, and an imponant part of our liistory IN THE LIFE: A black gay anthology, edited by Joseph Beam, $8.00. When Joseph Beam became frustrated that so little ~ay male literature spoke to him as a black );";ay man, he decided to do some­thing about It. The result is this an­thology, in which 29 contributors, through stories, essay~. verse and art· work, have made heard the voice of a too-often sih:nt minority. THE MEN WITH THE PINK TRIANGLE, by Heinz Heger, $6.00 Thousands of ~ays were thrown into Nazi concentration camps for the crime of homosexuality. Heinz Heger is the ?nly one ever to have told his story. Herc 1s a chilling recollection of one of the most frightening chapters of our gay past. WORLDS APART, edited by Camilla Decamin, Eric Garber and Lyn Paleo, $8.00. These collected science fiction stories present a wiae array of imagina­tive characters, from a black lesbian vampire to a gay psychodroid. Here is adventure, romance, and excitement - and perhaps some genuine alternatives for our future. -----TO ORDER-----j Enclosed is S Please send I the books I've listed below. I !Add S 1. 00 postage when order- I mg just one book: 1{ you order I more than one we'll pay postage.) I Visa and Mastercard accepted; enclose acct. no., exp. date, and signature. Send me these books: name---------- address city ______ _ state z1p. ALYSON PUBLICATIONS De pt . 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So, iftheir daily pickup is at, say, lpm, and you arrive on a Monday at 2pm, your film won't be back until Wednesday at lpm. That's 47hours later. Yes, they call this "next day service." At Henry's, we offer this same "speed," if that's what you want, but we're honest in our description of it. We call it "2 Day Service." And with it, you get our lowest rate, which isaboutthesameas the drugstores and supermarkets. It's as low as $1.99 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 keep our machines running for those customers who want their photos "right now." This brings us to our famous "One Hour Service." Sometimes you iust don't want to wait. You need 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 Service, 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 (3x5), large prints (4x6), or professional-size prints (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 developing fee for the negative and then only charge you for the "printable" pictures. CENSORSHIP It's not for us to judge. We develop all our customers' pictures confidentially with the same care and . quality. NO GETTING LOST At the drug stores and supermarkets, your film goes on a lot of trips. Some chains even process their Houston film in Dallas. All that traveling increases the chance that your film will get lost or damaged­or sent to someone else while you get theirs. At Henry's, we do all 35mm color film in our lab-right there where you dropped it off at 42~1/? Westheimer. The regular color-print film never leaves. (We do send out slides, black and white film, prmts from prints, and SxlO and up enlargements. They all are picked up and returned by the Kodak commercial lab in Houston, which has the ability to process everything that we can't.) PAPER AND CHEMICALS We use Kodak and Fuji paper with Kis chemicals. ~Y the mixtur!'? Kis (the manufacturer of our equipment) recommends Kodak paper, which works best 1!1 most cases. WC' have found, however, that Fuji paper will give a better look for some customers, especially those using Fuji film . So we use what works hest for your photos. We are not tied down to one company, like most other fast-photo and drug stores are COMMERCIAL PHOTO PRINTING . 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Pn.e1 tu ,i,:e1 1ht· floor pl.in of your lhoice OFFICE HOURS MONFRl800600 SAT 900 530 SUN 100-500 (713) 621-7880 Anmher Fine fin~cr Property DECEMBER 30, 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 17 Live A Few Notes as the Curtain Closes on 1986 Review By Bill O'Rourke A-fontrfl.\f' \..'met• Th(•n• ar<'n't many op(•nings during Christmas week. Too many pt•oplt• an• out of town . Not only are audi('nt.'t•s hard to find, hut it's also difficult finding n cast. PC'rformers art> people, loo. Most Christmas shows end their runs just l>l•forC' Christmas. Those that don't nrt• lht• large, <·stahlishf'd theateri-; that <·an afford to pa~· their cmployC'e.s liva· hi<' wag<•s-lih TUTS, the hallet or the 1\l(('y I cion "t hnve anything brand n<'w for this W('<'k as I, ttK1 , am out of town. So this is just a frit·ndly note to let you know that t•vt•rything will work out for us. Houi-;ton, thC' dt.v we love, will sur­vivt•. Denver, Donna Summer 1-E.M. Fors­ter, Joe Orton, Frank Langel1a. 2- Isaac Asimov. Roger Miller, Renata Tehaldi. :!-Victor Borge, Mel Gibson , Zasu Pitts. 4-Dyann Cannon, Everett McKinl<'y Dirk!"en, Jane Wyman. 5- Sevmour Kleinb('rg, Alvin Ailey, Diane Kt:aton . "Frodo was alive hut taken by the enemv." <One of the most often mis­quoted Jines in literature, leading the ringing cries of ''Frodo 1ives!'')-J.RR. Tolkein rhorn Jan 3l. o Openings P.S. }'our Cat i~ Dt'ad <Actors Work shop. 311-0ut of work actor captures a hunky huridar. Sun>, it looks toul!h We'rf' having<·an drivt·s to frt•d starving f<'llow citiz(•m.;, W(• all havf• n·sponsihlt• fri(•nds who WP know rc•allv want to find work hut can't t;l·t•m to la~HI a joh But whl•n I look at th(• only thing I n·ally know-my profession, l S('<' that w("n· u lot lwtt(•r off than wl• were last war H<'allv. o "You don't vaccum gravy" Vi<'nna Swings! <Jones. 31 l-Newton Wavland lt"ads the Houston Pops in Vi(:nnese waltzes and big hand sounds Oanring and free· champagne in the lohhv afterwards ONO! Inierart Performances and Installa­tions Cl...awndal<·. 3l-Winnera of Lawn­da) e's c:ompetition for art works comhining several disciplines. Guil­lermo Pulido; Elizaheth Ward and Beth Se<.·ore; and Rosalind Live-ly Bergeraild Sara Epple. This night the art will be part live. For the rest of the run, it's all taped. . C'horolat~· Bayou's found a new home. No morP wandpring around for them. Th(• Ensemhle has their home running smoothly. <Thanks in large part to c·ol· ll'<:tions at various churche~d Radio Musir ThN1ter has a new home all ilN own. too. Right in the neighborhood Evrn holidays are givpn a satirical edge in Christopher Durang's comedy "Tlw Marriagp of Bette and Boo" pres(•nte<l on the Alll'Y Theatre'.s Arena 8tagt• through Jan. 18. Left lo right (foreground) Marilyn Mcintyre as Bette and Adam LeFevre as Boo and L<igh SPlling as Malt. Houston House didn't even exist lx•fore. Now it does. So do£'S Panda Monium Players. though not in as larg(' o way. Thal's the group I'm working with . This publication has grown to the 1><nnt I don't have the time nc•eded to pt•rform at nnv oth<'r theater Th(• All(•y was rrfurbished. So was Millt•r Outdoor. Main Street Th<•ater has a larger lobby-including bathrooms for the audience. Remember when you had to walk backstage or, somt'timl's, across thl"' alley to a bar? Sistu Mar)' IRnatws is proving that OJ)(>n l'nded runs can work in this city. Flush '86 and Bring in the New Year with Us! NEVER A COVER! Appearing, Friday, January 2 Teresa Mauney 10pm until You've had Enough!! 2923 Main 522-0000 When she was crowded out of her own home, Comedy Workshop gave her a placr to stay The symphony has been breaking ticket sales rPcords. I'm sure they're not alone. Being a theatrical traditionalist, I save my list of "best~" for around June. the end of the season. I just wanted to let you know. We'regonnamakeitafterall. Thank you for reading my C'olumn Kl'<'P thos(• card.s and letter.s C'oming o Notes Ont· theah·r party J\ew Y(•.ar's Eve is at thl· Actors \\'ork:-;hop. The audiE.•m·t• for tht· op(•ning night of P.S. }'nur Cat ,,., Dead is t'nrourugt>d to <'tlmt• in rostumt•. thl'n stiC'k around after th(• show for unlimih'CI d1ampagne and dancing. l\o <·ostum(•s plNtse at the Houston Pops Huffl·t. hut prohahl~· no champagne. at A.n. PlnvPrs If your r~·solution is to finally writt' that play, you still hav<• time for two major. local contN;ts Chocolatt• Bayou is nt'l't•pting scripts until Feb. 2H. lfii's a <'nmt•dy, you have one <la,\· longer, until Mnr<'h I. to gt•t it to Th(•ater Southw<·sl. o Celebrate! llappy Nt•w Y<•ar' B'davs: :ll-Joe Dali<·sandro. ,John Jose Feghalli, pianist (Jones, 3)­Shimada conduct.c;; the HSO in works by Liszt and Tchaikovsky. Fanfare by Druckman. 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What prodUc:t even cos1s less than their Jeadinq competitor and ha$ been consistent -.~ outstanding tor over 30yea~?Whool an absolul•ly uncond1hona1 ta$h tia< K guarantee on you1 complelesatJSlact Call my beeper and 1 II call you nqhl ba-::~ w•lh stra1gh· helpfulanswers 73 -5• Hour 2-5pm ~ Rupp\! ::\rln lJrur Come to Happy ~'.~·. and get ''> Pnce sty/mg plus Free Tanning Session with cut by Richard The Roman 2602 Whitney at Pac1f1c 522-8576 or 522-2263 LEGAL NOTICES Tt,e VOtee a general c•rC<Jlation new'l­per- r ..,,.,..., - .......... tylf"' OY• "" ANSWERING SERVICES H.11 A IM ME )A( :ENTER '"45 ".£f0UR P Al'A0 PAGE ME' CO~MUNICAT QNS SYSTEMS 622~4240 (f()(IH P.Al'AD HARD TIMES MESSAGE CENTER New Year's Special January Only Third Month Free N••S Call Foward or Use Our Number Only 10' a Month (713) 933-1945 Mon Sat ~;rri-Bpm ANTIQUES YESTERDAYS WORLD AN-IOUE t71S Westhe1mer 526-2646 E.f l" R PlAYAO Yesterday's World Antiques 1715 Westhelmer 526- 2646 Sm< Shop- Sma1 Pr• :e: ATTORNEY fa.AINE SHAW 2'22-nT )4< t' Uf("R ~.AYAD A DON FORES ... ER 1017 Bartlet! •28-4668 E R Pi.A AU To advertise. col 529-8490 during business hours ELAINE SHAW : g~r~e~!L~~:n • Possession • family Law • Accident 222-7772 or 645-3159 N01o·•lt7yh8cl">f!~ 1l1 'fl AUTO REPAIR MONTROSE Al. TO REPAIR. ,16 Genesee f1 Qt Pac1f• 7: ( 'lUA D SPtAr AD $ALVIN AUTOMOTIVE S2Ht21q. f 0 ·ffD'iPL.ArAl) TAFT AUTOMOTIVE •411 Taft >22·2190 rf()LJRASPLA'fAD NEARTOWN KARZ 1901 T81t 524-8601 f C If ."JISPLAY AD WE~ ,. GRAY AU,.0. 238 W Gray )2(·2116 ( AVAi MONTROSE AUTO REPAIR Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed 2516 Genesee (101 Pacific) 526-3723 Carbure+,)( 101 E ectnca1 Repair• All Brake W1 rk r Brake Special I $59.95 per oxle Tune-Up Special I 4 cylinder $49 95 6 cylinder $59 95 I e cylinder $69 95 I West Gray Auto 238 W. Gray- 528-2886 I • Electrical Work ~ •Convef'ten I •Mumers •Tw.s •A/C Repalr I • Flats Fixed Texas State lnsPKflon Station L -&-om--5 30-pm M-on --Sot - 1 I J BARBER SHOPS. HAIR SALONS (>i 10 s Barber Shop W - up 86:- t o;20 tor ai-l 'Timy s Barber Shoo haircuts S 0 and 1p :2154 Portsmouth Appo1ntmen1sS28- c:216 HAIRCUTS BY MJKE ~12 )()OZ SU· ·JlfDISP1Ar AC JON BARTON 1515 Dunlavy "12-7866 f · •;JROr.i>PIAYAO THE ROMAN 2602 Whitney ~ .. ~ 15 '"22-2263 If. Hatrcuts Etc. by Mike N New 1987 Prices N E reg $18 E X now $14 X ~ Shampao Cut. Blow Ory U by appt 522-3003 S OPEN MONDAY~ Happy N ew )'!~ SALON 15151h Dunlavy - 522 -7866 BARS BACCHUS 52' Lovett 52~ ~rt (;t:Jlt f>'SPl.Ar' An BRAZOS RIVER BOTTOM 2400 Brazos. 528-919? "'f RDISPLAYAD CHAALIE"S CLUB 1100 Westhe1me: 527-8619 E.f r· R LUSPt.Ar AD CHEERS. 2654 FM1960 East 443·2986 ~EE ·R .SPIAr'.AO CHUTES 1732 We$the1mer 523-2213 SEE OUR n ~p AV AD 61RTY SALL y·5 no Avondale 52<:1-7525 Sfl OURD'SP Ar'AO Hor ROD. 804 Par1t1c 524·0606 Sff OVRO'SP .AYAO Kss. 11830 A1tttne 445'-5849 SffOLJR{)JSPIA~AD MARY"S. 1022 wes1he1mer 528-8851 SffOURDiSPl:AYAD MICHAELS 428 We$lhe1mer 529-:?!)(16 SEE orJR OISPlAY An ~~~~c!IS~,;~:gherd 863-0010 NUMBERS. 300 WeslhC<t'TlC:' "i26-65!>1 :SC(! 'HD'PIAl'A(l THE RANCH 9150 S Main 666-3-464 ~rt f11RDISPiAl'AD RIPCORD 715 Fa1rv1E>w o;21 2794 fl (ll!Ri.USPtAVA' ROCK N HORSE ~r 1 K rby ~;,.-'O-Q910 ff ri R PA AD THE 611 611 Hyde ~&9079 SEf n Rf' PIA•AO TAM O:SHANTERS 6121 Hilcrofl 771-2470 ffOUR PAl'AO VENT'iJRE-N '9<. Mt11 -0000 " 804 Pacific 524-0806 BEER BIG TOMS. :232"~ M1 1.,, q.. "-Ff I R Jf"iPtAYAl BONDSMAN A-QUICK BAIL BONDS Fast courteo1 d1\( re<•I at1 1vr of bonds madf' Mi .h E St;on..ug11 11gP 11 Mention the Vo1 :e le ~· lat q1 '1hf'd bonds 678-4488 fi"l 4~ BDDKSHDP BooKSTOP ALAf\AMA ""t1EA1 E 2972 S Shf'phNd ~r f A PA AO BOOTS OH BOY' LEATHER GOOD!. 912 We-.1he1m1!f al Monti ·14.- 9 ( rA Ai Oh Boy Qualit.y Bl ts • 912 Westhelmer at Montrose Blvd Boots. Shoes & Accessofles CARS AND BIKES HONDA SILVER WING Ml t .. e•· 1',81 ')Of. GL ·1h·";~a1e 6 factory 1, ,,ided bl tek gc>ld srr1pes S1 or be-;I offer c, Ke 11 'i29·8490 _' beeper 27& 73 SELL YOUR CAR lhrough a Montrc Ve 1l• ~ Cal 529-8490 CHURCHES CENTER FOR A POSITIVE LIFESTYLE 1-66< ' Center for a Positive Lifestyle meets Downtown Hohday Inn every Monday 8pm For more info, Dial 497-PRAY Kingdom Community Church An Alternative to Fundamentalism Share the Advent Spmt with Us 614 E. 191h Sundays 1 lam 680-3527 or 351 ·4217 CLEANERS MONARCH PROFES' ONAI CLEANER II~ >ti p d !>2: ~101 " CLEANING SVCS SERVICE PLUS A Quality Cleaning Service Residential • Commerci•l e BONDED e Jell Cunningham 522-3451 beaning rvice .el 01a1 1ean 11 · 1 4.}9'744;? CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTING HSK C ONTRACT1NG SEE OURD Al DATING SERVICE AM90A S VNUMITE DATIN( ,fRVICE PO B••~ 11 ~ It -?48 496-3371 5:t'8 2 r R PlArAO DENTIST FfONALO M BUTLER DC S 4: Westl 1mer 124· I " Ronald M. Butler D.D.S. 427 Westhe1mer Hcn.151Qn, TX 7700b MClf'ld&ty thn. Saturday Hours by API ~ ,1ntmo•nl (713) 524 0538 YOO MIGHT ALSO NEW 11115. NOW, CH ON OUT THERE .• DWELLINGS. ROOMMATES. HDUSES/APTS. FDR SALE. RENT. LEASE Montrt e ~br. 1 bath duplex 5:195 monlh lbr 1 bathaparlmf'n1$225mon1h Covered parking Jerry. 5?9-6808 or 526 - )16 GM to rent room 1n Montrose. shareuld ties $50 week. no deposit Musi be employed No drug$ Conrnct Jim 529- '" Monlrose lMge 1 bedroom garage apart· ment Hardwoods, appliances furnished S 10 plus bills Call 523-7646 Mo11trose roommate 3-2' . plush town· house 2 c11r garage alt apphances cablf> _ . plus ul•l1l•rs monthly 528·4208 M1 ·hae· Aoomrna1c- wanlP.d in Conroe to shafP. lour bedroom tiouse with GWF Children OK 409· 760-1018 altt'r 6pm TOWNE PLAZA APARTMENTS. 4655 Wild lnd1qo 621-7880 OVR D SPl.A~ A(\ MONTROSE FOURPLEX Well mamta1ned 1 1 plus d1nrng con­tr(> lled entries olf street parkmg S25<; pl"S Ul111!1es 524·152? I br apt small Quiet comple,.; with pool S285 ptus eiectnc 52q..e11e GREENWAY PLACE. 133 Cumm1n5 fi ·20-14 fl'">/:. VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Rr>nt 1hat ho1.:w or apartment lhrouqh <1 Vo1re C1ass1hed Call 529-84CM) And ;~~r~iul~ ocr~~f :.~ne:~~anMEa,.;::;;c~1~1~; Visa EMPLOYMENT. JOBS WANTED ,..h lh1rd H nd ·reat1v~ Hell)!Jr w1 h4 !p w1thalmos1anytt n <" ()hr Chr - 1 9775 FLORIST BP~NCHES F OWEP' 14t We I· h met 521 -0848 D 1..Al'Af"t c-. .. i. fklr.tl• r>k•, N•tlonwlde Dfih>ery, Q.O'o:1Mt 8H11.eb, fln.01,. lletMIH'CtC•• branche-s ltowefs -{ on1heCUNe 1,, 140I WHlh~fMf 52fo·OllM8 i , 10'itt Orf TO MONTlllOSI! YOICf AfAD! RI (MISC.) FDR SALE FOR YARD SALES )~ ' ' Vllrd S 11 lh Pnd f th V1 C 1!1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS SC THWE JNI RAl DIRE T1 1?1L Wf f Cll RD llAl',.I CREMATION SERVICE INTERNATIONAL 1400 Mo 11!1 666£, 0 IAYAl GIFTS TPIBES , .C,{)1 ..1 Sh,•pherd 521• 1 "14 r R Pl Al' An HOME AIR CONDITIONING MIDTOWN AIR 521-9009, 521-9999 LAY.Ai HOROSCOPES DR P COOPER ASTRO·REFLECTIONS 24 'OS D1 ry A~hlo1d #170 77077 1·800-824-7888 operator 837 LAWN CARE BETTER LAWNS & GARDENS. 523-LAWN f;f( OUR P AY Al LEATHER LEATHER BY BOOTS. 711 fa1fVI 'W 526-2668 f( IR~"P _A ~Ai LEATHER IY BOOTS Cuslo~1~,~~~,/loom B Adams, Lid -The 611 Leather By Boofs-lhe Ripcord -Houston. Texos- B's leather-Cham Drive -Austin. !!._xos-:_ _ _, LIQUOR WAVuH DRIVE LIOLJOR 1<11 We ;h Hl964 f R Pl ... AD r wa';;'ghDri°v;-Li;;-u.;; , 1402 Wekh at Wa ugh I Dr. "Holiday Specials" Delivery Service Phon e 529-9964 L _Mc_:_\"!!' ~M ,!;P,!!!s:_ .J MEDICAL CARE FABRE CLINIC. 5503 Crawford, 526-2320 ,ff C>! R IJl<,P/AYAO STfVE D MARTINEZ MD 12 Oaks Tower 4126 SW fwy 11000 621 7771 $Ef R IJISPLA~ AO ROBERT CHIROPRACTIC CL.IN! l3f5Wau9hCr - 1· MOOELS. ESCORTS. MASSEURS SILVER FOX SERVICE •·PERSONAL FOR THE PROFESSIONAL SELECTED cuts of handsom"' tia1rv m.nculme muscledmanhoodthatdel" r 11slact1 n Oays or Evemngs Call M<ltt ('t ) 860 4'i.)(Jlttl tlpm [ p Till nsuou tx>ctv rub en 1nc:s and we kP.nds e ~vP. mMsage Sieve (\ f 90 SlOF'pf•llin r Jbbed hewr1 '\gway C<itl Cult 942 St1mula1mg h..:1y •ut y handsome GWM "i2Q ~70 f''IVO TI~age on Jet rdftr 11 "'10 an wer THE RELIEVER lntu 11vP bo-Jy ruh seer 1 oils ~6.6 711 THOM OF HOUSTON "J, -b'i77 F e•c 11 1 tun-Iii d rub call • tP.r or C ristm pec1 t 464 81 Joyful rub l:ly irce pc "I E11prf'S ly ltJr 1hose who rP. Sore W ary or <;tressed Ben 270-1 82' Sc suous massage n r ut ~ .. '9- 3 O THE CADILLAC OF RUBDOWNS by oavtd o ot ET J 2?-B?J2 MASSAGE BY DAN Sate re ax1nQ 13t1!'.lytnQ se11ous Of sen· :!~mg v::~~:s e ·c~·~~~n t;ti.!ii hr ':J~ 200-11rmw1 k Jys any11mcw 'e '523 qa;.>1 MOVERS MOVEMASTERS q ~'~ 10011 V1 ~ MC Am ~ w ' ' w he me 63(} • PALM/TAOROT READING Problems with m11rriugr-, ht•tllth, lovt•rs or business? All consultations are Pr1va1e at Your Convenience Contnc•t Mia 528-7231 Betwiien 9 - 9r'"' PERSONALS CORNY BUT TRUE GWM. '.\7 5 11 1 / '· ~edong v1 r rn re lflleresled '" mfl than h1msPll and more mh•rnsh'!d 1n us lhan m me A1trac11ve proles1tonaly employrd C1'pablc of total commitment 10 nqht man A1e you lhe one? Rrply 10 Ad 32~ w c o Voice ALLES FOR THf PERSONALS Person al$ iand othN 1dvert1s1nq1 should no! desi rioo or imply a r1escr1pt1on ol SPKU~I orqans Of aces No Pe~onats should be directed 10 minors Advt 111s1ng must be pt'lttlive not n g 111ve 111 you have certain prP!C'fl nces m •Jlh~r people 11!;1 the quahttrs yau desire l'lease don I be neqalive by hshnq the k1'ldS OI peop e nr quat1hes you don I dcsnn) Thank you and happy hunrntq ATTENTION J .0 .E. MEMBERS J O E has a new home and new h<>ors Meetings are Tuesday & Thursday 1dm1ss1on 8-tlrml Sunday (adm1ss1on 6·9pml and Friday & Salurday fadm1s­s1 m l 1pm-2am) 111 the Con.age Play­house 611 Pacrf1c JOE helps you experience your gay mate se;11;uahly rn a safe. sensible 1and even legal) lash1on ~~f~!~~l1~8a;~~~r?::~~~~~~~~u~~~:~ lot Entrance is at lh~ rear or the hou: CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Whoa' Don't take those p1c1urei, of your boyfnend or q1rllnend 10 the drug store You might gel back blanks and the e)(pla nation. "Well_ !here must h::ive been somethinq wrong w11h your camera · Bal· oney They 1ust didn't want 10 print your photos Bring your film to Henry·s 1-Hour Photo. 428 Westhe1mer 1beh1nd M1chAcJs). !or conltdf'nhal photo devet· opmg find printmg We promise Big Brighi find Beautiful Pnnts as Oli:>ar and shitrp as J>OSS1ble SAFE SEX? F yuJr mental hearth have r;ex for your physical heiitlh make 11 ~le sex Salose)I s where 1heff• are rio bochty llu1ds exchanged The virus which leads to an AIDS cond1hon is believed usually trans m1t1Pd from one person to anotht>t" lrom blood or semen Those who are recep­tive · are especrally at risk Do condoms protect? They cartamty hetp Bui con· doms MUST tl9 USP.d with .1 water-based lubricant !lhe nf'w producl lut>raseptoc is espec1Ally recommended~ Pe1roleum or vegHablP-based lubricants w1H actually dissolve the cond0m and eliminate the protechon Pleasf' ··p1ay >ale A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preston and Fredenck BrAndt can show you how to have actt11e fun or play passive games w11h the personAI ads In thcrr book, ··c1ar;s1 !10d Affairs. they JI tell you how to writf' an ad 1hat really stands out. what to e11pec1 whPn you place or respond to An ad. and even what all !hose funny littfe abbrf'v1at1ons mean Send $8 to ··c1ass1f1ed Alfa1rs Alyson Puh Dept p.!) 40 Plympton St Boston MA '118 !Also 1ncludedw1U bea coupon for $ off on your rw11t Personals '" yOtJr ce of 2:'i. publrc 111.ons 1nc:ludmg tht!!! IC:f>) Our Drt'am,o; .......~ Wt!/ Conw Trw·.in {{~:.. 1 X7~--fl'tj ~; lluppy Nt'\\' \'t'ar . · ' P umpki n . . 'four /. 111/1• 1'11111J,( e Used Gym Gear Lone Star T-Shirts Available Must be 18 All MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Mention the Voice tor the Texas discount In Texas Call 713-526-4962 Nationally Coll 1-800-235-5625 PEST CONTROL AESUl TS HOME CHEMICAL & PEST CONTROL 2~ 1 . Elml'n 5:'4-94 15 22:·4000 SCI l lAYAf Results Pest Control 2513' Elmen 524-9415 New Grow /I' Regu111t< r F ggera 101 f"·a! andP , ;fl DECEMBER 30. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 19 Keeping Up Chrontde Features, 1917 Nothing I say is wri tten in stone unless I say it is. PETS ANGELS TO ZEBRAS Pelworld 1172 E 1ste11 Fre .. way at East Mt Hooston '471 PET CARE K-9 Clip Joint Holiday Special Now 1/2 Price Grooming 1828 Fairview Cali for Appointment 528-4064 'JO Yearf Expeflence Ask About T.L.C. Boarding PHOTO FINISHING 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE DO IT ALL' p :mg an:i devPIOptnQ f!nlargements 1umb :;rints film Kodak rai:>et ... 15 w,1ugh e s20-1010 HENRY St HOUR p .. r Wesl- '1e1mer 11)29--08C9 fl r 'R PlA AD PRINTING SPEE1>Y PRINTINb e Blvd 667-14'7 '" PSYCHOLOGISTS OR N1CH( 1; W1 I" 2 A680 ' RECORDS. TAPES NI "l!TE REC.O'•m( .t w !hf' mer 1 18 14~ nuns 528-­Hauoton. TXTllJ06 521-0187 = $5.99 t«W. USED l CCJU.ECT· 181.E RECOROS RESTAURANTS CAFE EDI W Alahama at Shepherd 5?0·52:'1 SH CURD JI APAf CHARLIFS 1102 WP.Slhe1mer S' 2 333, SH OtlkD APA(l CHICAGO PllZA 41C1 Mande 5?6·~nso Sf£C Ar A! HIJNAN VILLAGE 17 Zc ( ahlorn1a ~?8 6699 5?8-46!: 1R DSPIAY A THE HUNT ROOM 'M04 Kirby 521 98 SH ot/#1 DtSl't AV A MIS OURI STREET CAFE. 11 7 M1 SOJn :;i.:;3-1264 OUR 1..1 SP! AY AC PIZZA INN 3105 S Shepherd. S.: !>676 (HR P'tAYAD POT PIE >t W 11 ,.28--C.,'>) Ou• Pizza inn. ~ Delivery , {Hotline) . 522-5676 3105 S Shl'pherd r- - - - - - ., .J:~~: :l .. 4 ~ 2for1 Anytime Open 24 Hours Expires Jan 1 1987 Chopv~eJec MEXICAN fOOD Where lhe Buulilul People Meet 813 Richmond• Houston• 5Z2-2365 I- ------- SPAS. POOLS RA c RI c THr 2 16 6 SPORTSWEAR STORES [MISC. ITEMS) HE EAC..LE I.A<. ')24--Je] ff l'f A AO KllROY, 1~?3WaughDr 'l28-.t818 f I R Pt AV AD WHOl E EARTH PROVISION CO <£334 fs~er;:f~;:~o'3883 SUPERMARKETS KROGER Mi TAXI UNITED CAB CO 699-00 f OUR AYAD TIRES THE TIRE PLACE 1307 Fair 29-1414 f R PLAY.ll> ··~ 529- 1414 .~THE 1 U\ ( PlA'E ALL BRANDS •)07 Fa1rv1ew 3 b;ks West o! ML:'. ·rl,;:.Se TRAVEL FRANKL N Ul EC::T liOl E 620 rranklln C:en ro 1IX '31 910ti I ptAYA FRANKL!!\ HOUSE DENVER 303 '3.11-9106 520-8108 in Houston for info A Guest House at 1620 Franklin Denver, CO 80218 Kaw $If t111 S in1de hum :,!1.l ' )ouble TYPESETTING .iAME AV TYPL ., ER 4l Av d le 19-08490 "~ UPHOLSTERY. REFINISHING FURNITURE STRIPPiNG SHOP In tne fl'Uln ot Monirose Retinisn1ng r~pa1r1 upholstery ~29-7833 ALLEN WADSWORTH CC INC gp-­Sweetwater 44~4141 Sfr OUR SPAY AO VIOEO LOBO VIDEO 1424-C WesttH 1Mf 522-5156 f(){Rr P Al AO WE OELIVfR Vll>EOS i .. 2 Westht'!-1mer 522-44 " Ff OUR PAYA[) YARO & GARAGE SALES HAVING A YARD SALE? Ar nount;e t flefe t ' crowd Call 529-8490 •· visit tne VOi e ll08 Avondale to place your yarid sale 'tOuncement 20 MONT ROSE VOICE DECEMBER 30 . 1986
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