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Title Montrose Voice, No. 320-A, December 9, 1986
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
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Date December 9, 1986
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript montrose VOICE Enquiring Elves Want to Know Bill O'Rourke, 'Houston Live,' inside HOUSTON WEATHER Tuesday night: Cloudy and cooler. low 48. Wednesday· Cloudy and cool, high h'~ 11 ll'i'J ~ ~ ~· DECEMBER 9. 19ss 1ssuE 320-A Ii jJ ~ 9 '--5 _ 2 _________ _, Montrose Church Hires Investigator to Find Missing Cash News, inside ~ ~~ --------- New Officers for TGRA And Much Hohc1~y News, "Around Town" Elroy Forbes, inside European Leaders, Egyptian Students, Mexician Officials AIDS on the World Stage UPI News, inside The Voice Classifieds. inside. Everyth ing from Air Conditioning to the Personals to Video. 2 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 9, 1986 Montrose Funeral Home to Appeal Mortician's Suspension By Sheri Cohen Darbonne Southwest Funeral Directors, 1218 Welch, will continue operating as usual despite actions ta~en last week by the Texas Board of Morticians. Joe Parks. Southwest's owner, and Gary Pine. a director whose license was suspended for one year by the state board Thursday, Dec. 4, said they are filing on appeal against the board. The board probated nine months of Pines' senten<'e for "violating rommun· 1ty standard!" ,·• prompting a newspaper reporter to speculate that Pine would be out of job for three months. But Pine, cont.E>nding the two to three-week wait­ing period for the letter of suspension will leave time for attorney Jerry Con· nor to appeal the ruling, said the story is ina<·curate. "Nothing will happen to me ... al least not right now," Pine said. "While our appeal is pending . . I will still be licen~d ." The board's charge against Pine stemmed from a DWI the director received in April while trSSnporting a body. A Houston judge suspended Pine's driver·~ license for one year after he pleaded guilty to the drunk driving charge. Though Pine admitted he was hold­ing a drink when the hearse he wasdriv· ing was involved in a minor accident, he insist.a he was not drunk. He said he pleaded guilty becau"° he could not afford to fight the charge. He claims the police were called to the scene. not by either driver involved, but Egyptian Students Have Phobic Reaction to AIDS Case CAIRO Egypt (UPI>--A U.S. professor at the American University was kicked out of the country after a friend died of AIOS and he was diagnosed as suffer­ing from the deadly disease, a univer· sity spokeisman said Sunday. Spokesman Louis Grace said the vic­tims. the first confirmed cases of AIDS in Egypt, were a professor of Egyptol· ogy from the University of California and his friend. Both men, who were not identified, are American The profeRSor was ordered imme­diately to return to the United States and the body of his friend was nown home, the spokesman said. He said the professor had a medical clearance certificate when he arrived in Cairo at the beginning of the academic yt-ar as part of an exchange progTam with the university of California. In October. the profeSl:ior invited his friend , who was in the United States. to come to Ca1ro and stay with him Shortlv afterwards, the professor reported his friend was ill and a blood test confirmed the man had AIDS. The University and the Ministry ordered the repatriation of the professor and his friend. who died the day after the order was signed. The profet;sor apparently did not know his friend suf­fered from AIDS. A magazine report said students dis­tributed leaflets warning others not to touch anything that might have been used by the professor. The magazine said the profetisor's apartment in cen­tral Cairo wa. .... aled by red wax . by a television news crew amused that a hearse was involved in an accident. Pine and Parks also dispute a separ­ate ruling by the state board, finding the funeral home guilty of allowing an unli · censed employee to pick up remains. Parks said that when he and Pine, who was not licensed at the time, picked of William Senn 's body from a down town Houston hotel. they were dis­patched to transport the body to the Harris County Medical Examiner's officr. Thev were not involved in mak-" ing funerai arrangments for Renn at the time. i;ect1on 1-C of the State Mortuary Laws provides an exemption from the Jicensf'd director requirement for trans· portation of remains to and from a morgue when arrangements are not mvolved Parks said they were dispatched by the Participating Funeral Homes Asso­ciation. which provides a direct-contact line to the county for pick-up services. The association dispatches units from approximately 20 member homes on a rotating basis. Parks called the practice of sending out unlicensed personnel on the dis· patch calls "common'' and said it is in keeping with current mortuary laws. He sugge.ted that the state board is biased against the rotating transport system. and is using Southwest Funeral Direc· tors to set an example for aJJ homf'ti. ..If they can stick us with this (charge), they figure they can go back and require other funeral homes to send out licensed directon-1 on every call. Most of these funeral homes (in the association) are small, like us." Parks said the county has been using the association's dispatcher since the early I970's. He claims the services of the funeral homes have saved the county "hundreds of thousands of dol· lars" in salaries and vehicle expenS('S. An investigator with the Medical Examiner's of fire said the association 's dispatcher is contacted when the deceasrd's next of kin cannot be located, or when thr next of kin has no prefer­E" nre of a home to make funeral arrange­menti-;. The state panE"1 took no action against Pine or the funeral home regarding Senn 's funderal arrangements. Pine, who was nn apprentice at the time, made the arrangements under the authority of Alfonso Morales, a licensed director previously associated with the home, Parks said. Morales was dis­missed from the home's employ in August, he said. St•nn. who spent most of his life desti tute and alone in the streets of Houston, got lucky during his last days when he cashed in $7000 in Veterans' Adminis­tration henefits A friend , Barbara Woodmansee, to whom the Medical Examiner released Senn 's n•mains. used most of the money to provide an impressive funeral for the transient. Parks claims Senn's body stayed at the morgue two or three weeks and at the fum·ral home for almost a month while unsucressful attempts were made by the home, Woodmansee, and the ATTENTION: MEMBERS OF J.O.E. ~Pl~y ~safe! J.O.E. will meet $undag1, Tue1dag1 & Thul'1dag1 - BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY. DEC. 12 -- at tlie Cottage Plavhouse 611 Pacific $und111 /,om 6pm Tu11d111 l,om Bpm (All.,,..,,,,.",,,",,,";.,' 'ft'i'" /1,1o 9mf •.B 0p1m111 •I•• fl 9f•) M.E.'s office to contact Senn's family. He said he found out later the examiners had the name and address of Senn's mother, but were unable to contact her because of a technical error in their information. Dr. Jospeh Jachimczyk, the county's chief medical examiner, said he did not know why his office was unable to con· tact SE>nn's relatives. Woodmanse• paid Southwest Fund· t•ral Directors approximately $4200 for Senn 's funC'ral expenses, and laid out an additional $2400 lo purchase a crypt al Memorial OakB C•m•lery. Only Parks, Pine, Woodmansee and the funeral home's fWCrt•tary attRndrd Senn 's fun· era I Members of Ren n's family have smce protested the• way tht> funeral arrangr· ments wrrt- handlt•d. Isn't it time to find out ... What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality Discover the surprising truth and put those doubts and misconceptions to rest once and for all! Join us ... Saturday, Dec. 13 3-6 p.m. for an exciting informative seminar at ... off Studewood 351-4217 880-3527 o Safeway Employees Donate to AIDS Foundation Jim Ewing, left, of the Safeway Community Outn·ach Effort, presents a check for $f)00 to Curtis Dickson, executive din•rtor of AIOS Foundation Houston, Inc. The donation is part of a $1200 contribution toAFH being collected from employ(>(>S in thr('(' Safeway districts. DECEMBER 9, 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 3 Community News from Neighborhood & Community Groups 01Film to Discuss Drugs and AIDS The Institute for Immunological Disorders wlll present a preview showing of the film ·sex. Drugs and AIDS" at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16 m the fellowship hall of Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold Following the 20-minute film. a panel will present current educational information. All persons present are invited to participate with questions Panelists are Daniel Moreschi. director of development at the institute; Sue Cooper, MSW. director of social services; Ted Hughes. MCW. CSW, ACP Robert K Williams. certified alcohol and drug abuse counselor and L. Annette Jones. D. Min., a spiritual pscyhotherapist 01 AIDS Foundation Opens Food Pantry From an AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc. press release The AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc. has opened a food pantry called Stone Soup to serve needy people with AIDS/ ARC. This program evolved through the support and coordina­tion of Dr Earle Shelp at the Baylor College of Medicine-Center for Ethics The pantry provides non-perishable foods to PWAs who have been issued an identification card by the AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc. Stone Soup will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-8:00 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00 a m.-1:00 p.m PWAs wishing to be included in this program may call the AIDS Foundation at 524-2427 Drop boxes for donations of non-perishable food are located at The Tire Place. 1307 Fairview; Union Jack, 1212 Westheimer; Cody's. 3400 Montrose; TLC. 1002 California. and Jama11's. 3114 Kirby Church Hires Investigator to Find Missing Cash ;1Jn .Jatlenwriam By Sheri Cohen Darbonne Greek Orthodox Cathedral has not yet completed its internal investigation into thP dh;appearance of over $2H,OOO in proceeds from this year's Greek Fesh· val, held Oct. 2-4 on the church grounds on Yoakum. The church has hired a pri­vate investigator to assist and hopes to c·omplete the investigation by the year's end, Chris Kaitson, festival chairman, said Friday. Ml•anwhile, the president of th(' bank whPre the money was supposrdly d<'pos· ited announced last W(•ek that a two· month investigation has failed lo turn up the missing funds. L. Robert Saw­vt'll, president of Liberty Bank on Mont­rmw, said thr bank's recently complet<'d mvrstigution tra<·ed only 21 of 22 bag8 ft>stival p(•rsonnel say they cleposit(•d in I .ih(•rty's night depository th(• w(•(•kend of tht> t•vt·nl. Sawvt•ll said only two J>t•oplt• at thf• hank had m·c·t·ss to the night dt•posils. Tht• svstt>m was under dual C'ontrol of tht• p~1ir, who hoth pusst•d poh·graph tt•sb;, ht• 8aid. lie called tht• mis8ing morwy hng "an absolute myslt>rv." Kail8on said rhurC'h officia)8 r<'alizt•d whil<' rc•vit•wing the October hank state• m<'nl that the figures did not balanrt•. R{'pres<'nlatives then met with hank AIDS Victim Gets Probation for Prostitution HOUSTON (UPl)-A woman who is a carri{'r of AIDS was put on one year's probation last week for prostitution. officials to detennme the exact differ· ence. The amount matched the figure on a drposit slip for the contents of one of the bags, Kaih;on said. He declined to dis· cuss the total amount raised at the three-day festival, saying he feared it might prompt crime in the future. Two security guards accompanied the volunteer who was responsible for mak· ing the deposits, Kaitson said. The night depository was usually used dur· o Autograph Party ing the festival because of the high volume of receipts in the afternoon and evening, he explained. The incident is the first involving missing rffeipts in the festival's 20·year history, Kaitson reported. The church's investigation has turned up no evidence of theft so far, he said. Kaitson, an attorney, said he would not be handling the case because of his close involvement with the festival. Tom Lykos is the attorney repre8enting the church in the matter. JAMES A. McCREARY Friends 1n Houston of James A McCreary wi be saddened to learn of his death in Kettering. Ohio. on November 17 Jim was well loved at the Lambda Center and at MacAdory House where he lived briefly before returning home He 1s survived by his mother and sister, both of Oh•o The family suggests that donations be made tn his memory to the AIDS Founda­tion Houston 0URPOLICY TtwMontooMYC*ltdbehonoNcllD~C• rne~ngo1our,_,.,.S'ldtnw1morr-.uw.ofour,.KWS•itn .,.~ F"9ftdsO•Nil ..... ol1!'1eOecused9houldpro. viarw .. ir 1nlolrnato0n1npill90tlil'OC~mMOf-thepflorle) l'*e•rioeflafgeloflhll~ montrose VOICE - N TEXAS _•E 320-A TLL-JA DECEMBER Publisheo bi-weekly (Tuesdays and Fndays) except published weekly durrng Chrrstmas and New Year's weeks Community PublishinR Company 408 Avondale Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Contents copyright 1986 Office hours: 8am-6pm Henry M~lurg p:lb'.sti., «JtOt Linda Wyche ,,,.,.11/tJQ ed!tot Oa111d Roumtort prociJ,Cf10t1 Elroy FOrbes soc• dU.,;IOI Sheri Cohen Darbonne M•s SUBSCRIPTIONS (713} 529-8490 ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT (713) 529--8490 Jerry MulhOl1and .avemsmg "''KFOI" Monte Hill account ••ecur,... Ken Boge .-ttOUm ••ecuttv• Renee Clark, 30, pleaded no contest lo a prostitution charge and was sent· encC'd OC'r. :1 by Harris County Criminal Court·aU..aw Judge Sherman Ross. ,JanC' Wagner signs copies of"The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe" at TC'xns Art Supply on Montrose Friday, Dec. 5. The book is a novelized version of Wagner's hit Broadway one·woman show starring Lily Tomlin. Limited copies signed by both Wagner and Tomlin were also available. POSTMASTER Send •d<lress correc:1tons to 408 Avemd.lle. Houston TX 17006-3028 Su~crrp/'°'1 ,.,. ., US1 by Vorctof:emw"' Ham!$ C°""'Y 01by11s Mai!.,,.. ... ..,.,."'°' USJ $1 25 pe.. Wtt11 fUl)toZ elauft) $66p.,yNr1S2.,..,1) orSl250per .. amon!hs Prosecutor Rob Kepple said he feared 126 ......h ) ('lurk will continue to spread AIDS through prostitution. Ross ordered Clark to live with her parents, to receive counseling and also to receive monthly mt'dical rxams. Kepple said Clark has 12 previous prostitution convictions and also has bt.·en convicted of drug charges. '' The Montrose Voice It's The Place to Advertise N1tllntlel.e<h<eltl$lf'l1 r•Pf•..irar,.,. R1~ Mar~9tmg 666 6tti Avenue N""* Yo•k 10011. (212) 242-68153 filter~" smg dHd'ma All dlspl•'f 8da Spm 2 ~ pnor 10 publlu11on date Allc...,roed ac:ts 2om 1 day pncw to PUbltuhon dal9 NOf1c. ro ao.emsera Advertising rllt• schedule E9"1~• ""ueftect,...•Apnl 11 1986 RetPQtt••bllflr Y'l•donotassume linanc;i.a1 responaitMllty tot dm!fN tly ..a--tsera blJt ,_,.,.. .. asked 10 .CV• the NWtp8Ptf or Mr suspicion ol ltadulent or orcepc..,.. _,...,,!&Ing and luaplCIO,_ "" I be tnveltigated N-J ..,."'C9 Un4ed PT .. lrMMTl.iJOnal ~ ·-- 4 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 9. 1986 Now, Every Tuesday, the Montrose Voice "Midweek Extra" Do you see !he Display Advertising Opportun1t1es? Let us promote you in the middle of the week' Call your Voice Display Ad Representative for the high c1rcula11on facts and low cost figures Bobbing for poodles "I'm sorry, ma'am. but his license does check cul and, alter all, your husband was In season. Remembef, just because he knocks doesni mean you have lo let him In." Voice Comics Brian went almost instantly from the disappointment of not getting his raise, to wondering if the coasters on his boss's chair made it as tipsy as the one 1n his office. DECEMBER 9. 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 5 Wl.,Gff., ll\···· ~.~,UI\···· 00: Wl1\\ Mil. 1\\EIK ~? Progress in Research is Coming AIDS, the Worldwide Threat By Jan Ziegler UPI Science Writn WASHINGTON-The AIDS virus could cause f>00,000 to 3 million cases of the deadly disease worldwide over the next five year's, invading South Amer· ica and Asia unless preventive mea· sureR are taken, a World HPalth Organization official said last Thur~­day, Dee. 4. AIDS has been detected in 78 coun· tries, with cases concentrated in the United States and Africa, said Dr. Jona· than Mann, director of WHO's AIDS program. The disease is just beginning to take hold in Asia and South America. "Brazil has the potential to have an African·style epidemic of AIDS.'' Mann said at a news briefing. In a separate development, researchers at the National Cancer Institute and others reported for the first time they had demonstrated that only a fragmentofa protein in the AIDS virus may be needed to produce an ant1- AIDS vaccine. The researchers, reporting in the jour­nal Science, said animals tested in the study produced antibodies that neutral ized the AIDS virus in test tubes. The scientists, are beginning tests in chim­panzees. At least half a dozen other varcine candidates are being investigated but theRe tend to rely on whole protein frag­ments. The new protein section can be cheaply mass-produced. It is uncertain which candidate will be effective in humuns However, Mann said that even if n vaccine is developed, AIDS will remain a problem becam;e two generations­adults ond some children-already have been infected with the virus. WHO is convening a m<'t'ting Dec. 15· JH of four officials each from the United States, Afrira and Europe to discu~s how to set up human field trials of potential vaccines should any reach that stage, he said. Mann said the pattern of transmis­sion in Brazil is the same as in the Uni· ted States-that is, the disea~e is appearing most1y in homosexual and bist•xual men and among drug abusers. However. in that country as in the rest of South America, the government still mistakenly believes "this is not a big problem," he said. In Asia and particularly Bangkok, Thailand, where AIDS virus is "knock· ing on the door," a major problem is patronage of prostitutes and sexual tourism-travelers visiting the country for a particular sexual experience, Mann said . Sexual tourism also is a problem in Australia, where AIDS is just begin· ning in the drug addict population, and New Zealand, Mann said. Those two countries have not yet begun to examine how much of a prob· lem AIDS is and will be for them, Mann said. Mann said no country can consider itself immune to AIDS. even if it has reported no cases so far, and should have a national program or commission to deal with the disease. He said 5 million to 10 million people around the world are infected with the acquired immune deficiency virus. With a 10 percent to 30 percent case rate, 500,000 to 3 million of those infected will develop AIDS in the next five vears. The figures do not include pe0ple who herome infected with the virus in the future. In Africa, an estimated 2 million peo· pie hove lx>en infected. About 1.819 cases of AIDS have been reported. but the artual total is believed to be much higher Worldwide, 36,210 cases have been reported to WHO. Of those, 28,246 have been U.S. cases, with 15,853resultingin death. The AIDS virus is spread through intimate sexual contact. contaminated blood products or needles and from mother to fetus or newborn. The disease is incurab)e at this time. Education, with rmphasiM on condom use and avoi· dance of needle sharing, is the only way to keep people from transmitting the virus. Mann made his remarks at a briefing sponsored by the Panos Institute, a pol· icy study and information organiza­tion. Husband accuses nun of alienating affection BROWNSVILLE (UPl)-A South Texas man has filed a lawsuit charging that a Roman Catholic nun engaged in a sexual relationship with his wife. The nun, Sister Mary Kregar, denied all the allegations in an answer filed to the lawsuit. The $500,000 "alienation of affects" suit, filed without benefit of an attorney, names tht> Catholic Diocese of Browns­ville, the Archdiocese of Texas and Krcgar as defendant.~. Steve Woolverton, of nearby Port Isabel. contends in the suit filed in I 97th District Court that the nun uoed her "position of trust" to seduce his wife. Mary Woolverton. when she sought cCln soJation during a period of "emotional deJ"'ndency" after the death of her fa th ... Mexican Officals Still Debating AIDS Issue By Glenn Whitney MEXICO CITY (UPl)-Health Minis· try officials said last Thursday, Dec. 4, that the number of AIDS cases wasdou· bling each year in Mexico but has not yet reached epidemic proportion. Health Minister Guillermo Soberon said in a news conference that 249 cases of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syn· drome caties have been officially reported in the country of BO million peo· pie. He also agreed withanestimateofthe Atlanta Center for Disease Control that for every confirmed AIDS case, there are another 50 to 100 people infected with the disease. "That is why we have begun to closely monitor the problem," he said. The ministry issued an order Dec. 3 requiring all doctors, for the first time, to report AIDS cases to the government. Jaime Sepulveda, national director of epidemiology, the branch of the Health Ministry in charge of monitoring the disease, told the same news conference that AIDS cases have been "doubling each year" for the past three years. Sepulveda said the first reported case of AIDS in Mexico was a Hatian immi­grant in the first part of 1981. The first Mexican AIDS case was reported a year later, he said. Sepulveda said, similar to the situa­tion in the United States, 90 percent of all AIDS cases in Mexico are gay men and bisexuals. The other 10 percent are made up of hemophiliacs, intravenous drug users and heterosexuals, he said. The director of the national system of Private Hospita)s and Clinics charged two weeks ago that the country's blood banks are a dangerous source of the dis­ease Several newspapers reported that as much as six percent of the plasma in private hospital blood banks iscontami· nated with the AIDS virus Sepulveda said this figure was proba· bly incorrect. However. he said the government recently approved a 5(X) million peso ($.575.000) program to revise the nation's blood banks and te;t would.be blood donor.. Sepulveda admitted, if left unchecked. AIDS contaminated blood "could become a very serious problem in Mexico." According to Sepulveda, AIDS is now a nation-wide problem given that 85 per­cent of Mexican states have reported cases. The majority of cases, however, have been reported in Mexico City and Jalisco state, Sepulveda said. The epidemiology director said half of the reported AIDS patients in Mexico have died. Soberon said sensationalism could easily exaggerate the problem and called on the Mexican media to educate people rather than frighten them. "We're still far away from the situa­tion in other countries," he said. t •• ....... ... ·~ ~Pl~y ~Safe! 6 MONTROSE VOICE DECEMBER 9. 1986 New Officers for TGRA Lamp/£Rhtn!I filled the Strand at Dickens 011 thr Strand 01·er the wrekf•nd m Galvston Around Town by F. lroy Forbes 1.\lontrruw \. n1l'e ~onal Drrtttur o TGRA News Sunday"s meeting pr1)\.'tdf•d new offk(•rs for TGRA 19X7~ Presidt•nt is Alan Pierc·1•: vice presidf'nt is Jnry Jfulhol land recording sl'<·rt-tarv and the stnte repn•st.•ntativt• is Tony ·P.~ correspond· in~ se-rrctary is Walter Stri<·klaf' trea .... urt•r is Franh K TGRA takf's a great deal of d('dica· tion. not to mention hard work. This group wants to hring- tht· rodeo back to Jlou!'tnn in 1987. so thev have twi('f' thr JOb hrfort" them. H npp). Holidays' Tht• next meeting will lw in 1987 at The Barn. 2:00 p.m. on Jan. 4. As a J.?"fH>d start.ng job. the TGRA people will he the ushef"H for the upcoming Happy Hof· lydaze Show at the Towt'r Theatre on OcC" 13. o Christmas in Montrose 'fhe strPPt wreaths have hf'en gathf'TE'd fn1m &·ring Mt·morial Churc·h along with anglt' nrms. Tht• happy holiday crew at The Tire Place clean('d up tht· surviving Sf'Vt·n ornam('nt.'> and freshly paint.Pd all th(• onglt• arms. Now a crt·w is needed to hang th<'m. Call 5:!9·1·11·1 Warr'n Dunr-anson is rPady to attac-k nil the stret"t lamp.; "ith red rihhon, turnmg them into candv cant>s. Alton 4',larshall is ready to h;ln·est gTt>('nery for tht~ remaining ang-IParm.s. But all of us rou.d use some help. Could you span· a couple of hour~"' o Coming Events Thii'i coming wet:'kend i~ the busie~t time of Christmas in Montrose. The Lighting Contest begins Sunday. A 2 entry free qualifits hul'.dnesses or residences for the rompetition. Saturday night is the hig event at the Tow(·r Tht·atre: Happy Hollydaze nt·n· era) admission is SIO and the monev goes for Aid for AIDS; AIDS Found~­tion Houston, lnc.; and Omega Houst>. 8unclay is tht• lightingoftht> commun­it~ · Christmas TreP at Mary's, lO~:l We ..... thl'imn. Music will be- provided by Thf• Montrosr Symphonic Rand and Symphonic Kaz'"• Rnnd. Down at the Fir('hous!', 1-t ta Wt>sth<·i· mn, "Th(' !'.·ight Before Christmas" takes pince on Sunday. This event will fC'ature Santa Claus reading O"Ht·nry•s "Gift of tht> M:=tgi .. whil(> lA>rt>tta Sim· on's Salt Water Taffy Jazz DanC'E' Tht·a trf• acts it out. The First Friday Pot·ts of thE' 1-in·houst• will n•ad the famous poem, "The :-;ight Before Christmas.' The lrvinl( nativity sfenr will he opt·n at H ou~wn Sign Co. 7::io p.m.-9::lfl p.m Collt•<'tmn hoxes will he availahlP for ToyR for Toti-; and food for th <· net•dv Th.iM will ht.• a long Sunday night io rl'm<·mhn. o Names in the News Popular t•ht·f. Harr-.· IA't' is still dishinj! up holiday fart> fo; <·atrred parti<·s and spedal t·venl~. Call at ~fi2-I:!9X ..•. Rip<:ord owrn·r \.'mrt· Roy says the rH:ent firr in tht• hnr offke was in no way ur~on- ust poor wiring. Cou!itins is hu1ldin~ largn nowds eath WH·k wtth thl'ir grt'al atmosphere of talk and gam(•s. Onw Czomha and Mic had Con le.Y havt· found u nC'w nest in the Heights just in timE> for all th(• Christmas dc_><·o­rating and partying. The dust is still dN1nng over at W. Drew and ,Jackson, just off (~rant as Ronnie Hucki•h:v pre­pares for Crystal'sGrand Opcning­MPnnwhilt• tht.• wonderful hotln·s of Muscles in Action, ,Joey anc/ thf• pang an• still kt'l'J>1ng Michael's pil(·ked .. l.E>w llondros arrivPs hack in Houston for all the parties for the Texas Ren(•· gadt!i; this wf•ekf•n<L Have you passed the T~T corm·r of Taft and Fairview ut night? The gala holiday party ut Puguu's Floral Shoppt• seemt·d to he sparked from ull the decoratin~ .John and Bill did ant.iss thl' l"lff'{'l and tht> holiday spirit st'(•ms to he making Pair· vit>w one beautiful Jight<'d spot in Mont rost-. One of our former Jocu] arti~ts. Cami Thomas. now of Corpus Christ. rt-ports thnt tht• Christmas Arts & Craft, Show '1t Albert Thomas Conven tion Centpr was a 1-iUC'('('SS. Jf art is s(•(. ling, could t•verything else be far h<>hind? Until Friday !'II S<'f! your around town. Gav/c• Stom·r shows a client hou· to us,; Suntan tanninJ! machmeb European Leaders Discuss AIDS Ry Mic h al'! De nnign n LONDON <ll Pl)-European lead<·rs this past w""kend held a two·day "people-oriented .. summmit to discuss ways to combat international problems run~mg from drugs and terrorii;m to the threat of AIDS. Head~ of government of the 12·nation Europl'l.m Community began their two· day summit m(~ting with lu nch at Buckingham Palace 88 gueiits ofQuN!n Elizahrth II. Talks on Saturday morning, und('T th!'! heading of "safeguarding the opt•n so<:iety," focused on what British offi cia lH termed the key themt•t-; of t hP trnmmit-tt>rrorism, drugs a nd acquin•d immune defiriem·y synd rome. "AlllS is the newest subject." the offi <'ial !-;aid ... Mr:-;. Thatcher intends to present it as an intern a tional prohlem rather than a national one "'WP will try to get a roncer ted Euro· pean effort. We will •ee what people are doing and what lessons can be Fortunes Leo Should Visit Relatives By Mark Orion Fot Ti. .., .. ,. L' ... 9 lflfOugh Thursday !'e:: J ~986 ARIES A critical. but not necessarily crucial s1tuat1on at home takes most of your time. Something that didn't appear to be working out at alt could work out well with proper attention. It may not be easy, but you'll be glad you did TAURUS That sudden change in work or career has your mental energies m high gear The kind of intense conver­sar ons that usually drain you now do JUSt the opposite they add fuel to the lire of your high-energy life. You're definitely moving in the nght direction GEMINI Somebody Wtfh a mighty good line may try to get you to seftle down If it feels like you're being tied up. break loose. If 1t instead feels like a good committment. give 1t some consideration Learn by listening, and read eyes as well as words CANCER Wouldn't you know 1t? Just when you were out fro licking and being silly, and having a gay old time. up comes something serious and beautiful Now. what do you do about all this? Easy. Get serious and beautiful. and oh. my, what a difference a day makes' LEO ·A good time for visiting or get­ting tn touch with relatives. The relaxa~ tion that you en1oyed last week should nave put you in a warm and receptive frame of mind Getting a good look at where you came from gives a much clearer picture of where you're going VIRGO An excellent time lo buy or sell property. A little-expected offer may come out of the blue. and who are you to argue with prosperity? It may require a bit of a push on your part. but then who's belier w1lh a illtle push than a Virgo? Good luck' LIBRA What's belter than a real friend? Your wealth 1n friendships has never been richer. Both old acquaintan~ ces whom you haven't seen in years, and a new friend that you may be seeing a lot more of keeps reminding you of what"s truly important 1n your llfe SCORPIO -A change in work and career could JUSt happen right now Something out of the blue may turn things completely around This. in turn could cause a change in relat1onsh1ps Are you ready for a fast nde1 Let"s go, let"s go. let's go• SAGITTARIUS Combine torrid and steaming with heavenly dreaming. and what do you get? A very horny Sag1ttar­ian? Something like that Those of you unused to heavy cruising may surprise yourselves. In fantasy, you don·t have to return all glances, but chances are good for finding a good one CAPRICORN Well. la-de-dah Looks who's lovely and sparkling and fine' There's a beautiful bnll1ance about you that's bltndmg, especially for those who live 1n dark places. Keep 1t up. out there m tr1e sun. having 1t all For you at least, ~~1ng very hot feeling very good AQUARIUS Rela• Relieve the len­sion. Escape the frenzy. and find that cool and quiet place inside yourself that you know 1s there Read a good book Medi· tate. Go for a hike in the woods Give yourself some much·needed breathing space PlSCES This week should find you bemg domestic for a change. Clean house and expect company for dinner Cupid comes a-call1n· so a good time ts had by all 9MMJ)Nl I f YC. £ DECEMBER 9, 1986 MONTROSE VOICE 7 Houston Live Enquiring Elves Want to Know Review by Bill O'Rourke Mtinlros1 · Voice Ruy Nou', Pray Later is not a bud show. It 's just not quilc up to the Comedy Work~hop's usual high 8landard~ . I l'!aw it at a prPvirw for the prf•ss nnd frit·nds of the th(•atn I und{'rstand that they had chanj(ed or added some of the matt•rial earlit·r that same dav. Thii; il'; a r1•vur. So all tht• pit•rcs are rhangNthle. Thi" 1:-1 reh(>arsM improvisation. So any rhanJ:••s arc• instantant>ous. lt'!-i quitf' possihl«.• that you won't sf-e thC' same show I saw. That's good. Even tht-ir "friC'nds" wne lt•aving at intermission Then· an• some very interestin~ pie· ct•s. A borM t·lf tries to quit his job with the omnist·ient Santa , A motorist happt•ns into a town wht>re the National Enquirer i!-i nothing hut th<• truth. Inside a multi·rinema with so many srre('ns thut (•nch theater has only two chairs, Dial M for Moron features a beautiful girl who bends over hackward!-i to coop· erate with a p!-iyrhotir killer lt'8 just that this evening never reached that level of inspired lunacy of which this cast has proven it.Relf to be quilt> capable. For the first time in quite a while, both M(·nzehi. the found(·rs of the troupe and owners of the theater, are onstage ,Jpnny Noble, Bill Fagan and Fritz Dick­mann are on hand. Logan Bazar iR only M(•(•n on vid<•o. doing humorous nc>wM· casts. ThiR is a strong team, all names to lw n·<·konl'd with. I'm sure thev won't he down long. . of service to dance so far) by naming him a Knight of the order of Arts and &iences. For the past six years. he has been invaluable to Houston ballet. How<•v<•r, he now wishes to write his nutohiogrnphy. Ro he is leaving for a 90mewhat )pss demanding office- J1·nnv Noh/P and Rill Fapan of thr Comedy Workshop In tht• past, I hove O<"C'asionally <'om­plnim ·d thnt tht>ir humor was too cyni· ('al Now thnt thPY ar(• more• light·ht•nrtt'<I, it st•('ms ~rue! of m<• to romplain thnt thC'ir instrumt•nt!-i art• a triflt.• hlunt. I'm sure that hy next wt>t•k thiH show should be sharp nnd shiny (say thnt fiv(• tim(•s, ra~o. uftc>r working nwny on tlw whetstone of audil'ntt.• r<•uc tions. o Notes ,Jpunnot H. CE•rrone is tht.• only mnnagC'r who hns t.•vt·r hel'n honon>d hv a Dance ma1o:atifu> nward. Frunct· s~lutt.-d his lifelong d<-ciication to the arts (flt ypars presidt•nt of the Harid Arnd<'m\' of Music nnd Dane·(• Foundation in j{ont Raton, Fla. lfo will <·ontinue to advise BB uhoul their future international tours. o Celebrate! Today is tht.• ninth anniv(•rsary of tht.• opt.•ning of th<> Comedy Work.!=!hop! Oth<·r B'days: 9-Hermoine Gingold. Emm<•tl Kc·lly, Donny Osmond 10- Emily Dkkinson, Chet Huntlc·y, Dorothy Lamour. 11-Quentin Crisp. Ritn Mon•no, ,John Pn·ston ··Tht> next day's h<'ndlint·s wen• thP tnlk of Troy- Rig Bird Sensation, Mis.s· ing Loral Boy ''-William Plomer(born I)(,c 10) o Openings Chamhc•r Music Concert <HSPV A. 9). ONO! (On<' Night Only\ World 's Largest Sesqmcentenninl OffiC'e part;· (Hyatt Regen<·;· Down· town, H))- Pat Hunt Band, sJlecial guPst Ren Vl•rc-en .t$f>orunwrapped toy) for the Leukemia Society a,d M D. And· erson. ONO! Houston Tromhone Ensemble Jones Plaza, 10, OlKtn). Frf'(>b1es A Christmas Memory (Al'ey, 10. 12:Jfi, owr by 1:00 p.m.)-This is the third yt.•ar forth is superb Chri.stma~ lra· dition. Don't mi~s the story of little Tru· Flul<> Troupt> (Sam Houston Park, 11 , noon). Freebie' ONO' Michael White, tenor It TT Med School, room :J, 11, noon)-lun('h provided for room ('apacity Freebie!". O~O! Art in N•w Mexico, 1900-1945 (MFA. I !)-illustrated lecture hv Dr. Charles C Eldredge, diretor of .the National !\.1uscum of Amrican Art, Smithsonian Institution and c()-{'uratc1r ofthet>xhih1· tion of the same namC' currPntly playm~ at th<· MFA Freebies. ONO! Candlelight Tours 1Sam Houston Park, II 13>-See the 19th century buildinl(s derorated in period holida~· style Ht>ar the musical group ..... Enjoy' Fin{• Arts ~tudent Recital and the HCCS Chotr Hleinen , I I). Freeb1t·s. 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Open / rl' 5 days 1130?J?!Ni:..." CUStom It's The Place to nocJang 900 f Pi UCR Advertise fe,"R ."~'I Call 529-8490 and You will be from ~sand up in Next Week's Newspaper of Get Real!! Ryder Trees Montrose t ri -i 11617 Richmond r-11 WA;~~:~~l~HIS FRIDAYS COUPON 10 MONTROSE VOICE I DECEMBER 9, 1986 VOICE CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING PROVIDING A SERVICE? Keep 1111sted here in the Voice where 1ter­a1ty thOUsands turn each week - VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Advertise your professional service through a VoiceClass1fled Call 529-8490 ~NNDUNCEMENTS KELLY BRADLEY. M.8 .S., R.N.C. REGISTERED NURSE CLINICIAN lnd1v1dua1. family and group practice 1m1ted to coping-stress. role relat1on­sh1ps and sett-concept 1nterven!lon Office 623-6625 WAKE UP FEEL BETTER ANO LIVE! ~~t~~~ t~=~ -;~~~!:~~: ~~~~~ They are 11$1ed on the NYSE! WhO has ~ more sc.ent1sts 1n "enhable. credi­ble. ~uU lime research than any other nutritional company 1n Amenca? 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NG SERVICE. P 0 Box 7418. He ton 77248. 496-3371. 528-22:" 'SE..- OUR OISPf..AY AO lENTIST RONAL-D M BUTLER 0 - 427 Westheimer. 524· 15 r - - -.o•.Al"AI .... MONTROSE FOURPLEX Well mamtamed 1-1 plus dining con· !rolled entnes. oft $1reet parking $255 plus ut11Jt1es 524-1522 - MONTROSE DUPLEX large one bedroom newly redecorated hardwood floors Adults some pets $300 plus ut1l1t1es 524 1522 LEASE ON HOUSE Montrose home, latge 3 bedroom 1 bath breakfast area central a11. washer and dryer. hardwood floors 17S4 Maryland 629-4300 GM. over 21. mature. employed. nut apP«'arance. posrt1vely no drugs. wan led to share 4 br home. Monttose $50 week plus ut1ht•es Contact Jim 529-1547 Heights Non-smoker roommate to share house. all amen1t1ea $285/month 661· 3343 GWM_ stable and mascuhne share 2'2 condo. $JW off 59 Call 498-1745 8-11 Stable. working roomma1e wanted to share 3-2'. 2-story with l1replace 1n SW Houston near Harwin/ Boone $225 monthly. shate btii'. Rick 879-5775 HEIGHTS DUPLEX One bdrm newly remodeled kitchen and bath Carport. hardw< 1d floors $300 plus utll1tres 864-0039 1 br apt smal qui •t comple11: w1lh pool $285 plu el P(;lni: 529-8178 VOICE ADVERTISING WORKS Ren! that house 11r apartmen1 through a Voice Class1f1ed Call 529-8490 And ~:rg~u·~~~!~~r :i::.~~canME11: ~~it'ar~1~~ Visa EMPLOYMENT. JOBS WANTED QUICK CASH ar" today po< ket c;asl'l ton1gh1 out ~~~n~ 8~~~~·a~~~~~~~:~h~~~~ pay free 1ra1nmg 661 266 Stages Theater needs articulate enthuS•· ast1c callers with an mteresl 1n theater 10 lake part m evemn9 subs1 npltOn cam· pa1gn Cati Malcolm Munri.. ~27-0240 M1dtowne Spa Houston s currenlJy accepting apphcat1ons lor cashier and floor positions Also. lull time mamte· nance person Experience required 3100 Fanrnn 522-2:179 TH£ LOCAL GROCER IS USING SUBLIMINAL TRANSMISSIONS TO OCL\VER ITS SALES PITCH. WHAT l'ROMISES TO BE THE BIGGEST SREAKTHRCIJGH IN t"AAl\CTlNG TICHNrul\μ SINCE 'IOU WILL COME TO "MR TIE f¥!I IDLET 5££MS TO GROCEIN" NM TIM£ YOU SH~ ~OU WILL NOT ~&R 1\1\S MES%£.., Bf WORKING FLORIST BRANCHES FLOWERS 140t! W~1- helmer, 521-0848 -uouRC~ Al A( MISC.) Opera llcket~ >11 ib :h Nev S Porgy, 18 Jilt• S4f i.1 rr-iw _ .1te Robetl 764--0625 FOR YARD SALES Seo:i ads under "Yard S le• at the end if th# Voice Cta: 1f1eds #illl#;m1111;1u1111;f.i SOUTHWEST FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 1216 Welch. 528-3851 SfE O'IR Ol"PlAY AD CREMATION SERVICE INTERNATIONAL. 3400 Montrose 529-6666 ;'r-r ROISPIAYAD American Cremation Services of Houston, Texas Simple, dignified, cremations at a reasonable cost Complete Cremation $500 926-2025 1311;111111t;l#!;lf'1lil;Ml!illl JJM HIGGJN"S &-·co 1226 Wel:h S:>:l-8935 EE OUR ')ISP• AY AO 31FTS STRIPPERS! Male/ Femalestnpper telegrams re... birth­days etc Also at ripper Santa Mi ~Santa x-rated balloons cake: ind 1f1a1at.· dolls• Captain Telegram 1 · HAULING WINSTON HAULING. 525 '944 !ifEOURn P•AYAD HDME ~IR GONDITIDNING MIDTOWN AI R. 521-9009. 121·991'.l9 $EE OUf< AY Al HORDSCDPES OR P COOPER ASTRO-REFLECTIONS. 24 D ry Ashford 17( ·~ ~1; 1-81 ?4 operate 7 LONE !:TA~ GI fE - iE Avonda _ 1 J4 Sff JLIROISPLAYAO JEWELRY LAWN BETTER LAWNS & GARDEN~ 5: LAWN EE OUR DISPl.AY AO Sr1xx ANO CHIPS 66S-6n4 '33&-114~ SH OUR O.SP .A .. AO BUT CL05£R INSPECTION RMAL<; \HAT ONE t'f THE NOG~INS B£1NG INFURATED BELONGS TO AN t'fF-OOTY ATT0RN£~ LEATHER LEATHER BY BOOTS. 711 Fairview 526-2666 SEE ?UR ~PIAY ~I) LIQUOR r -;a:-i:h°'ilrive"Li;.o;:- , 1102 Welch at Waugh I Dr "llolida.v Specials" I Deli vt•rv Servi re Phone I 529-9964 '-- - --- .J MEDICAL - STEVE D MARTINE~Z. MD 12 Oak Tower 4126 SW Fwy 111000. 621-"'771 :>EEOUR!USPIAYA(I ROBERT CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC. ~trt,~ai'9~_.?: Aj - ~ 1 ·2003 MODELS. ESCORTS. MASSEURS PLEASURE AFOOT Foot reflt>~ology treatmeni (compllmtn tary full-body rubdown upon request) Out Only Ronni {71:1) 528-6260 E:n1oy my touch with a very special rub­down Late hours 784-3705 For e11:c11tng. fun· filled rub Call Peter tor Chnstmas special 464-8781 Joyful rub by nice person Expressly for those who are Sore. Weary. or Stressed Ben 270-1828 Sensuous massage in or ou t 529-3970 THE RELIEVER 1n1uo1111e body rub. se<:ret mis "i26-'3711 STOP getting rubbed the wrong way Cati Carl 622'":94: H, •PY Holidays Special t1l 12120 86 THE CADILLAC OF RUBDOWNS by David D ·ll ET '71:l) 520- !232 THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why tell I I• - 10 year~ e11:p1·r1t Bill (7 1.. 26--241 Gilt certill ate: ~ THE BODYWORKS MASSAGE Why ,,Jtlh· fur h:·-·,? 10 years experienc• 8111 ·1- 526-2410 Grit cert1!1cates MASSAGE BY DAN SAie, rela11:1ng. satisfying. senou ~ or sen h~::~n~ ~aa~~sexr;~;~~c~n.'asb~~~ ~ 2 00-1 lpm weekdays. anytime weekends 523-9821 Stimulating. !;ensuous. lull body massage by handsome masculine GWM. 1n or out calls Bill 862-5478 If answering machine ts on please leave message Booyrub Mascuhne WM OaysJln Even· 1ngs1 Out1 $20 Dan 531·9952 Hot Otl massage, 461-6490 ,'llDVERS MOVEMASTERS n.,11:es. too' Visa. MC. AmPx w• 1c ::'5 Weslhe1mer 6r , ~PTDMETRISTS EXAS STA E"' - ;AL Ali£ 6731 Strtla L rik 41: f If A AD PERSONALS GWM proless1on1t ,. ,ff >~ f' 11oy9sporls. Of>Nil lrttvel shurp1ng 11d rrus1c Not mll• blH scene SeE·~s GWM ~-40 with a1m1lar inlet@Sls RqJly 10 PO e )ll 30017::> 77230-0172 Houston TX It a11 wered d1screl1on assured GwM 16. 15J 5'8' outside the Loop Looking for IQfJether men 24-45 for adventure 1n !he suhurbs Reply Blind Box., 19-H c ) V0tce GwM phys1c:.an. 33. s· 10" 150. clean­shaven. seeks guys 20-30 for lr1endsh1p. datrng. relahonsh1p Romantic. enioy quiet evemngs. travel. movies. eatmg out. sports. e1c Look mg lor a sincere guy who knows what he wants oul of hie Prefer non-smoker. no beard or moustache Pholo preferred. will return. 1420 Wes- 1he1mer Suite 120. Houston. TX 770C16 Au fetish adhs1mgs B---, 4-s---, t---. leather. 1ockwear_ muscles. etc lnfoPak $300 TAIKX. 59West 10th. NYC 10011 RULES FOR THE PERSONALS: Use the Vo1ce·s ·Personals" as an allernat.ve lo other social ways of meeting people The lollowmg gu1dehnes apply 1. Personals (and other adverllsmg) should not descnbe or imply a descnp­t1on of sexual organs or acts 2. No Per­son11ls should be directed to minors We consider the age of consenl as 21 3. AdverhS1ng mus! be"poS1t1ve.·· not ··nega­tive .. II you have certain preferences in other people. hst !he quaht1es you desire Please don't be negative by hstmg the kinds of people or qualities you don't desire 4. Other categortes m the c1ass1· heds 'such as Help Wanted) cannot be used for "Personar· ads NOW here's what you CAN do You CAN advertise for &0e1al encounters even including encounters of a sexual kind You can describe yourself. includ­ing your mtere6ts. your looks. your hab­its Then describe !he type ol person you want to meet Be as specific or as general as you wish m your descnpltons It should all depend on hOw cnt1cal your tastes are Let us assign you a Bhnd Ad Number or use your own address or phone number 1n your ad II you use your own. wew1llvenly 1t prior 10 prinllng Thank you. and happy hunting J.0 .E. PARTY SUNDAY Attenlton members the Socl8ty of J 0 E meets agamt Starting THIS Sunday. Dec 12. at lhe Cottage Playhouse. 611 Pac1l1c· -and then every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday Doors open lrom 6pm Sun & lrom 8pm Tues & Thurs (No one adm11ted 1n alter 9pm) J 0 E helps you cerebrate your gay male sexuality in a sale. sensible (and. technieally. legal) fashion Look !or the Cottage Playhouse sign on Pac1hc, lhen lo low lhe pathway u·s a party Sundayr CONFIDENTIAL PHOTO FINISHING Whoa• Oon·1 take those pictures ol your boyfriend or g1rllnend to the drug store ~t~o~'.g~W:i:.b~~~r~8 ~~s~n~~~ e~~~ somethtng wrong with your camera Bnng your film to Henry's 1·Hour Pholo. 428' Westhe1mer. for conl1dent1al photo developing and print mg We promise Big Bnght and Beaul1lul Pnnls as clear and sharp as possible SAFE SEX? For your mental heallh. have sex. For your physical heatlh. make 1t safe sex Sate sex is where there are no bodily fluids exchanged The virus which leads to an AIDS condi11on 11 beheved usually 1rans­m11ted from one person to anotl'ler from blood or semen Those who are "recep­tive'' are especially at nsk Do condoms prolecf? It now aeems that they provtde more proteclmn than previously thought although there Is still a risk But condoms MUST be used w1lh a water·based lubn· cant. and not with pelroleum or vegetable-based lubncanls (because they actually d1 .olve the condom) 'Ptay Safe" A CLASSIFIED AFFAIR? John Preslon and Fredenck Brandt can shOw you how to have active fun or play pass.ve games with the personal ads In their book. "'Clan1hed Alla1rs." lhey'll tell you how lo wnle an ad that really stands out. what to expect when you place or respond to an ad. and even what alt those funny little abbrev1a!lons mean Send $8 10 "Class1hed Alla.rs." Alyson Pub. Dept P-5. 40 Plymplon. St . Boslon. MA 02 118 (Also mcludedw1lt be a coupon for $5 ofl on your next Personals m your choice ol 25 publ1cat1ons. mcludmg the Voice) ?EST AESUL TS HOME CHEMICAL & PEST CONTROL 2513' Elmen. 524-9415. 223-4000 Sff OUR DISP't.AY .AD PETS ANGELS TO ZEBRAS Petworld 11725 Eastex Freeway at East -Mt H-oustonl. 59m0-0471 i­~: u11m11111*111rn 1 HOUR QUALITY PHOTO WE DO IT All' Pnnllng and developing enlargements. jumbo prmts. film. Kodak ~aper. 2615 Waugh Or 520-1010. HENRY'S 1 HOUR PHOTO. 428 W~t· he1mer. 529-0869 SEE OUR DISPLAY A.D PRINTING SPEEDY PAINTING. 5400 Bi ire Blvd 667·7417 SEE OUR 0 lAY Al PSYCHOLOGISTS DA NICHOLAS EDD. 2128 W~ch. 527·8680 • SEf OUR DISPLAY .AD AECORDS. INFINITE· RECORDS. 528 Westhe1mer 521-0187 $FE OUR DISPLAY AO AESTAURANTS CAFE EDI. W Alabama at Shepherd 520-5221 SEE OUR OISPLAY AD CHAALIE"S. 1102 Westhe1mer, 522·3332 SEE OUR DtSPUoY AO CHECKERBOARD DELI SPECIALIST 808 Lovett 'i£E OUR OiSPtAY AO CHICAGO PIZZA_ 4100- Mandell. 52&-9780 SFE OtJR DISPLAY AO i"HE HUNT ROOM. 3404 K1rby 521-9838 SH OUR OISPtAY AO PiZiA 1NN. 3105 S Shepherd. 522-5676 Sff OUR OISPlA YAO wESTt·iE1MER CAFE 1POT P1E). 1525 Westhe1mer. 528-4350 SEE OUR DISPLAY .AO J2. 2Utr,t, Off Your Food Bill From Now Until January 1 Free Breakfast Christmas Day and New Year's Day Now Open 24 Hours C.hoJ)vlte_pec MUUCAN FOOO ~ Where lhe Be1ulilul Pttpl1 M111 813 Richmond • Kou1ton • 522-2385 DECEMBER 9. 1986 / MONTROSE VOICE 11 Keeping Up Apparently absolutely everybody is just snapping up platinum. SPAS. SPA TO GO. 5816 SW Fwy 772·%46 SEE 01.JR {)lSP..AY AO BASIC BROTHERS. 1220 Westh&1mer 522-1626 Sff OUR DISPLAY AO rH1TE:AGLE-.- 1544 Weslheimer. 524-7383 SfE OUR DISPLAY AO K1LAOY"S~-,-723-Waugh Dr S2s-2818 S!_f 9UR 01$PlAY Al? 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AEFINISHING FURNITURE STRIPPING SHOP In the heart ol Montrose Aefintsh1ng repairs. uphOlstery 529-7833 ALLEN wAoSwORTH Co INC 9830 Sweetwater. 445-4141 SU OUR DtSf'LAr .AO ~IDEO LOBO vmEO. 14i4_-C-W9s1he1mer. 522-5156 SH OUR OISPt.AY AO V1DEOTAEND. 14o1-Cahforn1a 527-0656 -~E OUR DISPLAY AO We OELiveR V1Deos 1420 Westhe1mer. 522-4485 SEE OUR DISPl.AY AO V10E6sC6PE~ 2016 Montrose. 529-5544 'l<EOUlfOISPtAYAO ADS BY THE INCH In addition to our regular classified rates of paying 'by the word ... you can purchase space here "by the inch." Since these are considered ··01splay Ads." not "'Classified Ads." you can include special art. logos or fancy typestyles REGULAR RATE 1" $34 2· $44 3" $54 1 AD PER WEEK for 4 WEEKS RATE 1" $29 2" $39 3" $49 1 AD PER WEEK for 13 WEEKS RATE t .. $24 2· $34 3" $44 1 AD PER WEEK for 26 WEEKS RATE 1· $19 2" $29 3" $39 Above rates apply to Weekend Edition Rates for Midweek Edition are 112 above rates §AME DAY TYPE~ §ETTER§ A N J•;\\' l>l\' ISION 0 1•' '1'111': MONTROSE 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 it lo us by Noon (or call for a pickup by 11am) and we'll have 11 ready by Spm (size of the job permitting) NO MINIMUM TIME LIMIT! If your l>:pesettmg realty only takes 10 minutes, you II only be charged for 10 minutes) Rl 'l'YPHS'l'YLES '1'0 CHOOSE PROM Pick Up and Delivery A vailable ($5 charge) 408 AVONDALE - 529-8490 12 MONTROSE VOICE ' DECEMBER 9. 1986 WEARE OPEN and we want your FILM! Q*U*A*L*l*T*Y 1 HOUR PROCESSING IN MONTROSE ... and at fair prices OPEN DAILY* OPEN SATURDAY ', -*- C-O--U-P-O-N-*- C-O-U-P-O-N--* -C-O-U-P-O-N-*- -: I 1 oo~ OFF I YDOEVUERL FOIRPSINTG R OOFLL 1I I 0 ®D~ I I .. RR ORD ---------------------------I OUR PROMISE ... * We'll give you the best quality possible * Chemicals always fres * Equipment always adjusted to YOUR film characteristics * Friendly, knowledgable personnel * Confidential processing for sensitive subjects •• h ... ----.--. - -- HENRY'S 1 PHOTO •• * Fair prices (even lower if you choose 1-day service) •• -----···· -. We'll Process Your Film in 1 Hour 4281/2 WESTHEIMER ON VJHITNEY 529-0869 Your Prints will be Bright and Beautiful! And Ready in an Hour! We Carry KODAK, FUJI, AGFA, ILFORO films 10% DISCOUNT off of our already low film prices on ALL FILM PURCHASES if bought at same time as picking up or dropping off film. No coupon needed.
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