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Title Montrose Voice, No. 170, January 27, 1984
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  • McClurg, Henry
  • Hyde, Robert
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date January 27, 1984
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript Brown and Vice Squad Confronted Over Numerous Arrests By Robert Hyde The following is a compilation of informa· tion garnered through interview~ over the past week with people from the gay com­munity. Only the namPs of the morepubli­cally known individuals have been used. Unfortunately, we live in a society where this is necessary.) The gay community's outrage in the wake of 46 arrests made by Houston Police Department Vice Squad officers during the week of January 15th resulted in two meetings over the past week with Police Chief Lee Brown, his officers and members of the community who demanded to know why the arrestli were being made and what could be done to stop them. Under pressure from GPC President Larry Bagneris and gay activist Ray Hill, who threatened a sit-in at City Hall if recognition to the community regarding the arrests was not immediately forthcom· ing, Brown hastily threw a meeting together last Friday, Jan. 20, in order to assuage the outrage ai\d panic that was slowly threatening the community at large. On Monday afternoon, the community's businessmen, attorneys, and affiliates from the community's organizations con-fronted Brown and his officers in a special meeting arranged by Councilman George Greanias. Throughout the meetings, Brown htt· tened, frequently expressing surprise over his vice squad's activities. Throughout the meetings, his vice squad said their arrests were made under a "business as usual" condition. Throughout the meetings, members of the community tried to remain calm in facing an out-of-control vice squad whose actions could threaten a hard earned peace with City Hall and the HPD that has been pervasive throughout the com­munity, but a peaeti that could erupt into a gay outrage that the nation has not seen in years. After listening to horror tales of degra­dation visited upon members of the gay community by HPD's vice, after hearing vice squad officers admit the existence of a "faggot list" where names, photos and license plates of homosexua1s and many nongays have been recorded, after hear­ing of sober people being dragged out of bars at random to be detained at HPD headquarters-the people of the commun­ity only asked for one thing-respect­that, and a giant, collective "get off our backs." In the wake of those meetings, the gay community is waiting and watching to see how much control HPD Chief Brown has over his vice squad which, as Hill was reported to have said, is simply "unsure of their own ma;;culinity." But reports from community leaders have been positive, and with an expressed trust for BrCiwn, feel that the vice squad's rabid attacks on gay establishments will become subdued to the point that if such a visit does occur in the future, it will pro­duce only a minor ripple, a>i opposed to the major swell that last week's arre't.> created. Bagneris said that theGPC began moni· tormg the situation when the first arrests were made at JR's at 808 Pacific during the week of January 8. By the time the arrest tally had grown to 46 the following week, Bagneris apprised Brown of the situation and called for an immediate meeting. Bagneris was concerned with the community's businesses, as well as with the "genuine fear" that was spreading. At the meeting last Friday, Jan. 20, GPC members, bar owners, attorneys, and peo­ple who had been arrested by the vice squad confronted a reportedly "surprised" Brown and three vice squad department heads. After an arrestee's emotional tale of debasement by vice officers, Brown was reported to have said that he would not allow violations of basic human rightli. But most of the furor came when activist Hill confronted vice officers on their main­taining a "faggot list," an accusation veri­fied by vke officer Fulbright (See the report on the "list" elsewhere in thi;; issue.) Attorneys at the meeting pointed out that 50 percent of the time, the arresting officers fail to appear in court which makes the original arrcslli appear as · nothing but harassment. One attorney stated, " I've been putting up v.ith this bullshit for eight years, ad nausram, and nothing ever happens. The credibility is at an all-time low with the HPD's special departmentli. The vice ,;quad ne\'er changes." Bagneris stated at that Friday meeting, "This 15 a total abuse of authority and a .•tupid abuse. "We don't have the money to waste in this community on gama; thei;e policemen play," he said. adding that the costs to the community of such \'ice squad activities range" from $50,000 to $100,000. Yet Bagneris, ever ready to calm the community and give City Hall and Chief Brown a chance to work out the problems, stated about the recent vice activities, "These are 60s tactics that demand 60s "in turned pa gt• 5 Are You Growing Old Gracefully? Take.tbe 'Montrose voice' Quiz The Newspaper of Montrose Jan. 27, 1984 Issue ... 170 Published Every Friday Roz Ashley, p.13 Activist Ray Hill Claims HPD's Vice Maintain 'Faggot File' By Robert Hyde and Billie Duncan Gay Political Caucus board member and reknown gay activist Ray Hill startled Police Chief Lee Brown and several of his officers this past week at two separate meetings with his knowledge of a "faggot file" which has reportedly been kept by Houston Police Department's vice squad. Hill said that he has known of the cxist­enct• of such a collection of material for over six y<>ars, when it wa~ first exposed as a vice squad mant·uver~ng too! ~y thl' Houston Polire Officers As1<oc1ahon to forml'r State Representative Ron Waters with the statement, "This is an example of what we've got." Since that time, Hill said the "file" has been used to blackmail a prominent judge who had been asked to reside at the trial of a charged police ~fficer. .. ,, . .. According to Hill, the file 1s a very complex data reserve" containing arrest information, whether arrestees won or lost their cases, list ofn~m~ of people arrested for public intoxication m gay bars and for public lewdn~~s i.n bo?kstores and "even in the woods Hill said. Hill also ~entioned that th_e ~Jes c<?n· tain polaroid photos taken ms1de vice headquarters by vice officers. of "drag queens and nude moles •. some m ~mbar­rassing sexually sugges~iv~ P08!!8· Besides photos taken m>11de vice squad headquarters, Hill .. said that four years ago certain vice ofhcers suggested to cer­tain' residents of the Westmoreland area?f Montrose that they take p~otos. of gays m their private hedroom.s. Hill. smd some. of the re11idents complied with the vice reque.st, nnd pictu1~ were taken through patio doors and one even from a rooftop. According to Hill, a case hased on these photos was brou1-:ht to court, hut thrown f-IAVE ~'OU EVE:R :-ff?D THE FEELING?. .• out by the judge. Hill also mentioned that the "file" con­tains photos of groupo taken at gay events, as well as license-plate numbero of cars parked near the events and at gay establishments. The data was brought to light recently at a meeting last Friday (Jan. 20) when Hill queiotioned why the vice ,,quad sub­jected gay men whom had been arrested Ja,t week to group photographs when other photographs had been taken during arrest procedures. . . At that meeting, Hill , rud that \'IC'e officer Fulbright admitted that the photos were for other than standard police files. "Which files," Hill abked. "The 'faggot fileb,'" Fulbright was reported to have said. Also at that meeting, Hill said that the vice officer attributed the group photos to cost-saving measures. At a meeting last Monday (Jan. 23) before the Police Chief, his officers and over 50 members of the community, Hill asked Lt. Kunkel of the vice squad if indeed a "faggot file" existed. Kunkel replied. "We don'thave a 'faggot file."' When pressed, Kunkel admitted that t~e vice squad had a file of people arrested m Montroi;e. "We have a homosexual file," he 11aid. At that point in the meeting, many members in the community began toques­tion Kunkel as to why such a file should exlSt. Kunkel said, '"We keep files on eve-ryone." . One community spokesman pointed out Lon tmued p.1ge o 2 MONTROSE VOICE I JAN. 27, 1984 Go Skiing at Colorado's Only Gay Ski Lodge Ski this spring al the only !\3Y ski f,>dge n Color 1do I lt·d h1~h 1n the central mountains. Only I~ hours from Denver off 1-70, The Bunkhouse utfers the finest ski fac11it1es in the West, with three .ki areas available on a free .hurtle bus service: Breckenridge, Copper \11ounta1n and Kevstone And Vail IS only 35 miles away! Picture a roaring fireplace with steaming mugs of coffee on a bearskin rug after a hard day's skung, surrounded bv some of tht' hottest skiers m the country! All at some of the lowest rates m the country! THE BUNKHOUSE (303) 453-6475 POB 6, Breckenridge, CO 80424 Now ... Ride in Widebody Comfort to Los Angeles ... EASTERN'S Whisperliner Departs Daily at 5:45 P.M. - 0 - Now ... New Wide body Service to New Orleans, Miami and Las Vegas. Check our Affordable Fares! Call your professional travel agent EASTERN, Houston's oldest and largest major carrier, serving you since 1936. EASTERN We earn our wings every day Billboad States Some Ashamed of SMU's Position on Gay Organization By Don Ritz DALLAS-Right in the heart of SMU country, amidst all the bars, apartments and restaurants frequented by SMU stu· dents and/or swinging singles, stood this sign: SMU-"Some May Understand, but Others are Ashamed of Your Position on Gay Rights." The sign, located at Greenville and Uni· versity, was erected by David Beebe. Beebe owns the billboard and rents the space for short periods of time for personal mesRageR. Beebe, who is not gay, said that when he Ufies the billboard himself, he tries to select topical issues: and his publicist employee, an SMU student, told him the Gay and Lesbian Student Support Organization wai; the topic of the Phil Donahue Show on Jan. 10. Beebe said, "I was very angered that SMU took that stance, then went n ation ally and acted proud of it. It made me mad and embarrassed that it (denial ofGLSSO recognition) was brought to national attention . It made Dallas look behind the times." Nation of Wallflowers Are we turning into a nation of wallflow· ers? Psychologist Jonathan Cheek thinks so, reports the Denver Post. He says 40 pcr("ent of us are painfully shy, and the number is growing Chef'k blames the breakdown of tradi· tionul community inNtitutions. Snvs Cheek, "There's no way a singles bar ~ill substitute for the social contacts of a church youth group." He advises unhappy wallflowers to break out of their sht•lls in small steps by practicing small talk with one person at a time. Says he: "Taking on too much will only reinforce failure." Montrose Voice The Newspaper of Montrose Published every Friday 3317 Montrose Boulevard #306 Houston, TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 v°C~:C~LA~~Ncj MonlrOM Vatc.. 11.000 COP•fll wMkly OtllH Gay Nfl•t. 5.000 coptet ~ty At.1al•n/S1n Antonio Star. 4.000 COPlff b1weetity lot•• ~~~~~~1~eu~:rn·~.~~r •vo Contents copyright 1984 Office hours: 10am-5:30pm Henry McClurg pubf11h•r Robert Hyde ·managing editor Hollis Hoodinewa tHiitor Chuck Meredith Jports editor B1ll1e Duncan, Peter Oerksen,entert1inmenr ~M•rs Jon Cheetwood. Joe L Watts contributing writtrs Acel Clark •rt drt~tor Jeff Bray g••J>ha Sonny Davis •Cl::ount1ng Mark Drago. Jeff Franke. Jerry ldoux. Stephen Lacobee lldv.,tJamg Founding MemMr Great ... Montrose Bus1n911 Guild Gay Preat A11oc1a11on Nflwl Strvic., lntern•t•onal Gav News Agency, Pacific Nf'!W$ Service Urry Bush (Washington, DC) Syndrc•t«J fHlllft Stuv1cei & Writers {San Francisco) Chronicle f ealuru. United Feature Syndicate. Jeffrey Wilson Randy Alfred. Stonewall Features Syndicate Brian M·~ Naught Joe Beker POSl~"STER Send addren cortt<:llons to 3317 Monirose 1300. Houston TX 77006 Subac,,ption rite kt US In IHl1d •nvelope $49 per year (52 uuea) S29 pt' 11x montht (20 •sues) or$ 1 26per w. .. ., (less lhan 26 iUues) Back 1saue1 S7 00 each National ~v.,111mg r•pr•1•nt•t111• Joe D•Sabato Rl'tl'endetl M•rleting e66 6th Avenue Ntw Yortil. 10011. (212) 242-6863 Adt1ertaing dndl1ne Tuesday ~ 30pm for Issue rtleasee1 Frj.. day evening Nollet 10 adv.,tiaen Local •dvert11lno rate acheaule S••·A •as eUect111e July 1. t983 l#spcntibll ry Montroae Votce dOel not assume rMpen1.., OJI ty for aovert1s1no clairna Readera should alert Montrose Voice to anv dec.ptwe •d'v•rt1• 1no JAN 27, 1984 /MONTROSE VOICE 3 Gay Press Conference This Weekend The Gay Press Association is holding its southern regional conference this wee­kend in Houston at the Savoy Hotel, 1616 Main. About 50 attendees are expected from Florida to Texas. Keynote speaker for the event will be Dr Dan Siminoski, a former political science professor at Texas Tech University in Lubbock and currently the author of an ACLU-a11si~ted law8uit against the FBI seeking relea~e of government informa­tion on surveillance of gay people and groups in the 1950s and 60s. The FBI, !'Ven under regulations of the Freedom of Information Act, has not acted correctly to a rl'quest by Siminoski for the informat ion, he says. Although the conference is primarly for gay people working int he gay and non· gay media, the conference is open to oth· ers, said GPA executive director Mike Rutherford. "At least one workshop, and several speeches and a video presentation, are actually planned for non-media people," he said. Registration is being done at the hotel until 8:00 p.m. Fnday a ndagain 9:()0.10:00 a.m. Saturday, prior to Siminoski's open­ing remarks. Writers Think Orwell Off Base By now every politician and pundit has had his say about George Orwell's novel 1984, but what do his fellow prognootica· tors think? The San Franci~co Chronicle reports that scil'nCI' fiction author Terry Carr says: "There's no characterization, the prose 1s trash, and it has only one lesson· don't put a date in your title." Marta Randall, president of the Science Fiction Writers of America, thinks the threat to freedom comes not from high­tech hardware, but from a public made stupid by People Magazine, USA Today, and happy-talk TV news. And writer Fritz Leiber claims 1984 wasn't about technology at all. Says he: "It's real.~y about a very old idea power corrupts. Registration feeis¢35forGPA members and $45 for non-GPA members and includes Sunday lunch at the hotel. New Hope for Addicted Joggers Jogging , i: , >d for }:ou: m?st doctors agree but jogging addiction is not. And more ~nd more running addict~ are show ing up, reports the Chicago Tr1bu~e. For them, withdrawal can be iust a .. painful a .. kicking drugs or alcohol.. Doc­tors say habitual runners wh~ do_n t get their regular "fix" show clas;;1c signs of withdrawal: irritability, teninon. dep~es· ston an.I lfv.il Thev .also have physical symptoms: their musCles start twitch.mg and their bodies feel bloated ~d s~uggish. Withdrawal pains can set m "''.1thm 24 hours after missing a ru~. and ~sappear once the feet start pounding agam; ? But suppose you're hurt and cant run. The experts recommend upper-body exer· cises to keep the jogging monkey off your back. ~~~E~ lBL 'a.\ 1\\~ IS~ &.em'\>~ r 4 MONTROSE VOICE I JAN 27, 1984 Montrose Mouth By Amanda B. Recondwith At Least Her Gossip is Open to the Public! After .ist week's tizzy over al the bizarre police raids In Montrose. Amanda has decided to be more JOvial this week. But before she gets too JOyous. she would like to know If there 1s any trufh in the rumor that the police are now tak­ing down the license numbers of cars outside gay bars and bookstores for future reference. Oh well, /a-de-da' Never knew 1984 would be so true to form. Amanda 1s thinking of starting a new column: This Week's Bar Raids You know a simple little affair with a list of victim­ized bars Some friends have suggested that maybe the VOICE should look into the public police files and find outthe identity of the offic­ers involved. then publish their names and faces under the caption, · our Friends in Blue " What do you think? -o- Anyway. the weather is wonderful at last, and there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel, and Amanda is standing 1n line. waiting for the Low Rider 1n front of her to finish polishing the crystal chandeliers 1n the back seat of his Chevy Actually we don't mind the wait. but we are a little disturbed that now our car is also a low rider It seems that our tires have disap­peared during the long wait. -D-Ai's is having a big party Sat • Jan. 28, 8pm to 2am The party is called "leather and ... ", in other words. use your imagination and fix yourself up in any leather combination your mind can come up with. The VOICE's own leather duo. Hyde & Duncan, may just show up and shock the world once again with their sadistic tendencies -o- Our deep thanks to Fritz for the much appre­ciated critiques on the writing of our talented Jeff Bray. Jeff says that should he ever need advice on his journalistic abilities, he will no longer have to refer to Wiiiiam F. Buckley, Jr. or Ted Koppel. -o- Well. Sl Thomaa Unlverafty is offering a real exc1t1ng event Sunday, Feb 5 at 2pm. Should your lover be packing bags, or your cat be freshly departed, and you have nothing left to do that day, The Rev Robert J. Henle will be discussing the tome-honored and greatly debated sub1ect of "St Thomas Aquinas and American law." -c- Amanda hears th-at there IS a missing chess piece on Welch. What did you do with 11. Rhett? Is 11 really being passed through the neighbor­hood? Is there really something secret inside? -o-we h-ave to advise the Widow to be cautious about mixing tranquilizers and liquor. RHcal'1 sure hates to escort people out to the parking lot. and with firemen running in and out. you could get yourself extinguished. -o- Th1s may be a subtle hint. but the Montrose Clinic 1s offering Sunday hours again. It will be open Sunday afternoons from 1 to 4 30pm. This 1s In addition to the clinic's regular Mon­day, Tuesday and Thursday night sessions from 6 to 9 30pm. Remember, the clinic offers AIDS evaluation and counseling programs. and also Hepatitis "B" screening, each for $30 Hepatitis "B" vacinat1ons and follow-up test­ing are also available for $150. The clinic also treats acablft (EEEEEEEEKI), crabe (Will Long John Silvers suffer a shortage?), and some ext ... nal warts /which means. of course. that William F Buckley, Jr. had better stay away from Montrose') -o- The Avondale Auoclallon 1s offering a truly wonderful Valentine'• Day Gift this year in the shape of a live Oak Tree. For a mere $25 dona­tion, the association will plant a 4-to-6 foot live oak tree in the Avondale neighborhood Should you hke the tree to be donated 1n some­one's name or memory, a certificate will be sent commemorating your gift. Take advan­tage of this lovely idea by Feb. 12, 1984 It's a rare gift that can offl!f' life and beauty for per­haps a hundred years• Call 520-1262 for mformat1on -o- The Art league of Hou•lon will be having another of their fascinating shows. "Best of Dlmenalon Houlton," Feb. 6 through Feb. 24. Amanda Is a BIG fan of the Art league. and she recommends that everyone go see this exhibit. So far. there has never been a disappointment -o- No. it's not something from The Exorcist. Believe 11 or not. the Catholic Church. through­Dignity, offers a very necessary and helpful service for persons who are disabled or other­wise unable to attend mass. These lay persons, called " Extraordinary Ministers," will visit peo­ple at their homes or other locations and give the sacraments and the eucharist. For informa-tion, call 523-7644 · -o- Amanda thanks Marshall Maxwell and Ari• For Everyone for hosting Wednesday's showing of the fabulous play, "Cloud Nine at the Alley Theater." We look forward to meeting with you in the future. and stand behind your new Showtlx organization. After seeing Cloud Nine. Amanda will never be able to think of those masculine!fem1n1ne roles in the same way. It shouldn't have been so shocking After all everyone knew that Kichener slept with his m~le secretary, and the Scotts' Guard wore (wear') nothing under their kills for a reason! Good Shew" -o- Speaking of sexual mores warping human behavior and perceptions, Cloud Nine will also be performed for the benefit of the Women'• lobby Alliance and the Gay Rights National lobby, Sunday, Jan.29. Tickets are $15 per person. and includes a 6:15pm reception and the 7:30pm performance. -o- Incidentally, Amanda and everyone would like to know where Kathy Whitmire is? We hear that George Greanla is hustling like a Chi­nese fish monger to st1He the horrible rumors of Police Blackl191L Sometimes, Amanda wonders whether she 01s living in Houston, 1984, or Berlin, 1935' Could this be a watershed year for the Houston gay commun­ity? Such exciting times! It's like being a civ­ilian watching the battle of Bull Run, only we hope we don't get trampled when the heat gets too close. -o- A note to Roger and David: We hear that all those Hiii Country men will never be the same after your visit to Austin last weekend -o-listen up softball players. Your 1984 Montrose Sports Association men's softball league 1s forming-and the teams need players. To sign up, call Jerry Chaffin , 52:>-0413. -o- George B•mhart 1s back in town. Those of you who thought he had died are to be put on alert He's alive and well and has aleady written his first (of which no doubt there will be many) letter to the editor at the VOICE -o- Get those silly hats out and don some real jive attitude, Hon, 'cause luWanda P11ge, of San­ford & Son fame, will be performing once again at the CopL Stay tuned to the VOICE for details -o- The Boston Se• Party, 7901 Westhe1mer in con1unction with The Center for the Retarded, is sponsoring the first ever Caviar Eating Col"l­teat in Houston. Feb. 14 at 6pm There will be two categories: Consummation and Style. Amanda will leave 11 to the reader to decide the meaning of these two categories. There should probably be another category: Throw­ing Up. Can you imagine eating caviar as though 11 were hot dogs or apple pies? Smee one usually must grow accustomed to the taste of caviar, we assume there will be some real haute monda patrons. Picture Caroline Farb woofing down a bowl of caviar. Afterall, 1t 1s tor a good cause' -c- Enough! Enough' The low nder 1s finally mov­ing that car, and as the Flamingo music drifts off into the distance, we will begin to drag what is left of our poor automobile into place In the time it has taken me to write this column, more of the car has been taken. Oh well, all I have to use now is the "whitewall'' wash. There's really nothing left to wax. And what's that? Someone 1s pointing a camera at me from across the street• Am I that conspicuous? He 1s taking notes. but I don't think I should worry much My l1sence plates have also disappeared' A L ...... Ii. Mo8e• i'\ll AdlCriean Re~ New books from y s 0 N PUBLICATIONS ._. THE MOVIE LOVER, by Richard Friedel, S7.00. The entertaining coming-out story ot Burton Raider, who is so elegant that as a child he reads Vogue in lus playpen. "The writing is fresh and crisp, the humor often hilarious," writes the L.A. Times. "The funniest gay novel of the year," says Chnstopher Sueet. 0 ONE TEENAGER IN TEN: Writings by gay and lesbian youth, edited by Ann Heron, S4.00. One teenager m ten is gay; here, twenty-six young people tell their stones: of coming to terms with bemg different, of the decision how - and whether - co tell friends and parents, and what the consequences were. 0 THE BUTIERSCOTCH PRINCE, by Richard Hall, SS.00. When Cor­dell's best friend and ex-lover is murdered, the only clue is one that the police seem to consider too kinky to follow up on. So Cordell decides to uack down the killer himseU - with results far different from what he had expected. 0 ALL-AMERICAN BOYS, by Frank Mosca, SS 00. "I've known that I was gay since I was thirteen. Does that surprise you1 It didn't me. . "So begins All-Amencan Boys, the story of a teenage love aifau that should have been simple - but wasn't. 0 CJDNA HOUSE, by Vincent Lardo, SS 00. A gay goth.ic that has everything: two handsome lovers, a mysterious house on the hill, sounds m the night, and a father-son relauonsh1p that's closer than most. O THE ALEXANDROS EXPEDITION, by Patricia Sitkm, S6.00. When Evan Talbot leaves on a mission to rescue an old schoolmate who has been impnsoned by fanaucs lD the Middle East, he doesn't realize that the trip will also involve bis own commg out and the discovery of who it is that he really loves. 0 DEATH TRICK, by Richard Stevenson, S6.00. Meet Don Strachey, a private eye in the classic tradition but wtth one difference; he's gay. TO ORDER Enclosed 1s S ; please send the books I've checked above. (Add Sl.00 postage when ordenng 1ust one book; if you order more than one, we'll pay postage.) O Charge my (cucle one): Visa Mastercard acct. no.·----------- expuauon date:. _____ _ signature; ___________________ _ name address city state ___ zip _______ _ ALYSON PUBLICATIONS, Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St., Boston, MA 02118 Seven Day Calendar Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat JAN. JAN. 27 28 JAN. JAN JAN. FEB. FEB. 29 30 31 1 2 For add•h >nal 1nformat1on or phone numbers for events listed bl low look for the sponaonng org nizahon nder Organ1zat1on1· 111 the Montrose ClaH•hed Selected Events through 7 Days mFRIDA Y-SUNDA Y: Gay Press Association Southern Regional Conference, Jan. 27-29, Savoy Hotel, Houston mFRIDA Y: GPC's Night at the Alley Theater, "Cloud 9," Jan. 27 mFRIDA Y: Committee for Public Health Awareness's "Sharing Group for the Worried Well," 7-8pm, Montrose Counseling Center, 900 Lovett -SUNDAY: MontroHe Tennis Club plays 10:30am·l:30pm, MacGregor Park • SUNDAY: Overeaters Anonymous meet 8pm Bering Church, 1440 Harold mMONDA Y: AIDS victim support group meets 6:30pm, Montrose Counseling Center, 900 Lovett Blvd., Suite 203 mMONDA Y: MSA Bowling, 9pm at Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain •TUESDAY: Lesbian/Gay Ret;ource Service, Univ. of Houston, meets 2:30pm Jan. 31, Spindletop Room, Univ, Center, Univ. Park •TUESDAY: Montrose Symphonic Band meets at Bering Church, 1440 Harold, 7:30pm •WEDNESDAY: Gay Political Caucus meet.II 4600 Main #217, 7:30pm Feb. l •WEDNESDAY: Overeaters Anonymous meet 8pm Bering Church, 1440 Harold •THURSDAY: Wilde 'n Stem gay radio show 7:30-9pm on KPFT Radio, FM-90 •THURSDAY: MSA Mixed Bowling League bowls, 9pm at Stadium Bowl, 8200 Braesmain Selected Events in Future Weeks •IN 1 WEEK: Choice's Lesbian Mothers' Group meets 6:30pm Feb. 4, 210 Fairview, apt. l m!N 1 WEEK: Lesbians & Gay People in Medicine meet 7:30pm Feb.4 •IN 2 WEEKS: Houston North Professionals meets 7:30pm, Feb. 11 •IN 2 WEEKS: Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12 •IN 2 WEEKS: Blueboy's 6th Annual Man of the Year Contest, Feb. 12, College Club, 110 E. 14th, New York •IN 2 WEEKS: Valentine's Day, Feb. 14 •IN 2 WEEKS: Lutherans Concerned meets Feb.1 4, Grace Lutheran Church, 2.515 Waugh •IN 2 WEEKS: Integrity meets Feb. 14, Autry House, 6265 Main •IN 2 WEEKS: Citizens for Human Equality (CHE) meets Feb. 14 •IN 2 WEEKS: Houston Data ProfeRsionals meet 7:30pm Feb.14, East Room, Holiday_ Inn Central, 4640 South Mam ' m!N 8 WEEKS: Choices meets 12:30pm Feb.19 •IN 3 WEEKS: Unitarian/ Universalist Gay Caucus meets Feb. 19, 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin m!N 8 WEEKS: Washington's birthday, Feb. 20 •IN 4 WEEKS: Houston Area Gay & Lesbian Engineers & Scientists meet 7pm Feb. 28 ~tionel Gwy Health Education FoundatiOn-P08 784 N~ YOB. 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Denton 76201 {817) 387·8216 A Capella Cnoru1-(Montrose) ChuTc"ti"Ot Chnst 717-9286 A Place 111 the Sun-cJo Grac1tynn Books~ Fa1rv1ew-522-7695 subgroup ol l lH Inc, concerts 7pm Tues ACW-1236 W Gray-52•·5925 Atos Hot11ne-Ci0 GaY SwitchbOlrd :S-20-3211 American Gay Athetats- 457--6690- -­~ bOw A1111nce-520-9"51 (voice), 520-0552 (TIY) ~~~~f~J.2_8J=•-Aobert Moon. d11 209 ~~~.~=~~~0"11~~~~c~~~u~~- Biack & WM• Men Togett;.-;ewMT;=doG.Y Sw•1Chb0ard 52&-3211 C°hotcei leab•art group-c/o Gey Switchboard. .529-3211 meet1 12 30pm 3td Sun 1110 see L11b1an Mothera Chr11ti1n Church oTi"he ooQd sh9Pnerd='l 707 MOf'llrose a&Meet 1pmSun 81ble1tudy7;30pm Thurs tMontrOM) Church or Christ-1700 MOOlrOH- 777-9286 aerv1cea 11 em Sun ~ch of Chn1t19n Fa11h- 217=- Fa1,.;;;w-:: 529-8005 1erv1ces 10 4Sam Sun & 7 t5pm Wed, Bible study 7 15pm Tu• & Sun. choir ptactice Wed alter terv1c" C~rch ot Pentec01~-t.-IU n11_y_ __t_ 217_R1chmond- 850-7288. 520-5699 Serv1c• 7 30pm Fri. 11em &in Clt1zen1 tor Human Equality (CHE)-POB 30-CS: 77253~3346 board meet 2nd Tun a;ppe-;:;= Poe~ 95i° A1thmoncr11•"'6=9 ---­co1i- m=-mee11 et Braz; River i0tt0m°"2400 Brozot-52&-9192 ~f'Or" Pubhc HNlth Aw1ren4111-POB 3CM5. 77253-52&-6333. 522-50IM 'Shonng Group tor lhtl Womed Weir meet Fri, 7-Bpm MonlroM Counseling Center COmrn--un;ry Goapel C~ter-1100 ~on;;c;._ 523-6018 ~~~~ew"!~~,;-~~=e~·ac:.1., i~! ·2~1r 4th Fn en;; Hothne-226-1505 ~------ 0111l-•Gay-Athe11t-..57~ American Gay Athe1sl1 01anl_F_o_u_n-do-t-1on---2700 Maaon-524-5791 Qjgn11y-Calhol1c Student Cenle r~ 1703 Bolsover-523-76" 528·76" mes• & aoc1al 7 30pm Sat ;at Urui'u1a_n_C_h_u-rc_h __ -5- 21-o-F'"o-n-n1-n---52-&--15-7.,..1 servjce 11 15.am Sun ~1'1-529-1288 Gay & Alive Sharing Expen~ {GASE)- 52&-1311. 528-0891 Gay & Leab1an Archlv• of TekU atfll~te of l/H Inc G'iY'ANn Ciub--26i5 W1ugh 112"4 77008 Gi'YH11p11111c Caucua-ae8-525_2 ___ _ G1YNurMSAi1;ance~04e8 - -­Gay Pohtic.-t CauCulToPC-;::p()B6i66'4 77266-521·1000 meet 4600 Ma•n •217 7 30pm l~~ ~~~-~1,t~h~c::; ~tev ~"'Jan 21 o;y--Pride- W•k ·93 Comm1nee~n Coleman., Houte or Coleman. 901 W Alabama 523-2'21 Ga"YSw•IChbOllrd-POB3624. 772S3~1 •nf0fm1t1on. countehrig. referra11. TTY AIOS Hotline GreAt•r MontrOM Businesa Gulld=CO°~c"i thfough MontroM Voice meeta 7 30pm 4th Wltd. community room. Liberty Benk, 1001 Weathe1mer G7ffnapoinVFM1960 ArH Far-Away Fr11n~ 821-9681 ~ Interfaith All1ance-729"M;oo;= 523-6969 Houston AreaGav & Leib.~..fl & Sc1en11111-524-7498. 7~10pm meeta 7pm 4th Tueo i°Houston City Hall- 901 8agbY° -­H~ onC ommun1iYc1Q;ni-862-8314 'HOuato;-'olte ProttM•ONta- mH~n Easi Room. Hohday Inn Central 4640 S Mem- 523-&922 me.t 7 30pm 2nd Tues Houston 'M"OiOrcycle Club cto Mary·a. 1022 Weatheimer-528-8851 iiH 1;-c-=Poe 1eo41 1122"'2.:ii•T732. ~~=~~;~n aJ~1·~~ lrop~~. a;~ :~;•r:i~· Montrote Art Alliance. Gay & LMb1an Arctuves of Tex11, Gey Sw11c,,bo1rd. Monuose ~hr:~-;~, ~~t~~ ... ;~0~t=r educat10n11 forum 7:3Qpm 3td Thurs H'OuiiO.;" N0rtrl Prote111on111-POB 3840. Humble nJ.47-8111 It 82t-712e meet 7 30prn 2nd Sat Ingersoll Speakers' BurHu-POB 391, Bella:;.• 77'101~ ~t:&;~:~~n ~:C~h=~t;~~:..~ House. 6265 Main interact-Poe 16041 77222-529-70~ 4th Wed Be"ng Church. 1440 Harold. 7 30pm iKPFTR9dio-:--FM-:-90~19LC;;;tt eMi= 526-4000 --Wilde 'n Stein'" gay r1d10 show Thurs ~»~~"!.. -----"'--- - -- K$JAIOS Foundatcon-1001 W•lhe1mer•193- 52•-AIOS lambd8 B1cyc1e Cl~b --oavK:t 682-0458. Carol 529-4975 lin:\bdACenter Gay Alcohol1ct & Alanon 1214 Jo AMie-521-9772 l8.b111'\/Gay Resource Serv1ce-Unlver11ty of Houston. .t800 C.lhoun. boK 309. 770CM 749-1253 meets 2 30pm a1terna1e TUffdeya Spjnc:Hetop Room. 2nd floor. Un1veralty Center w;n,, &G1y People in Mtote1ne- .88().(M88 meet 7:30pm ,st Sa1 :..utherans Concffn9d-m8eta at Grace Lutl'leran Church. 2515 Waugh S21 .()863, ~53- t 143 meet 2nd_ &_4th T uea 9\len1"i" Men Against Deception Couneay Ctut>-POB ~1871, 772s.& • twtetropolltan Cofn~unity ChUrch ol lhe Resurrection ( MCCR) -11U9 Decatur - 881-9149 PoMuek dmnet' 7 30l)m 111 Sit monthty services 10 45am & 7 15pm Sun & 7 15pm Wed memberatup inquirers ctass 7 30pm Mon. educatt0n cta11e1 Tuet & Wed e-wes M00tro"ie-Art Alhence-521-2461 1rt1h1te l/H Inc meet 2nd Thurs Montrose C1v1c Club see Ne8rtown Asaocl~n iMontrose Chnic:.104 We1the1mer- 528--M31 open weekntghts 6-1 Opm M"Ont~OQ:oers ""iitM1ate ol t1H Inc. meet Fri eve. Bering Church Act1v1hes Bldg 3405 Mulberry Mo-;;\roa9Counae11ng Cent'Jr 900 Lovett •203-529-0037 AIDS v1ct1m support group meets 6 30pm Mon Mont;o .. -S1ngera-C1rl uwrence 774-3591 1fter 6pm reheerul Mon evn. Bering Church. 1440 Harold MOnfrOM Tennli" Club-Ran'OOii"at 887-955'3 plliy Sun 1Ct309m-130pm. MacGrit90r Park ~~:S~.~~~~e:·x:m eow1. M~TI;..;:;-Noght (M111ed Leegue) 8c·;whng ~ play St11d1um Bowl. 8200 Braesmain- 961 1523 MSA ·Greeter Houlton \Men a) Soflbell- 523-8802 day 523-0o< 13 ... Ms:A7(3;'e~~fO;;tMen11sott~ Commun1c1t1on Comm11t1e-POB 22272 n227· "'Senn 8 Gay World Sonea opening Oenteflve) 3pm Aug 2e. M.-non11f Partt MS.A ,..yo;;t;.·S sOttball Leagu• Lind• at 688-7193 MSA/Volleybali gamH7.iOpmTu.I Gregory-Lincoln school. 1101 Tatt Montrose Symphonic Band mMia atB;;;;Q Church. 1440 Har<>ld~27-5MS4 meel 7 30pm Tu11: atfll111e f/H Inc Montrose Witch subgroup NNrtown A11oc feel \I JAN. 27, 1984 I MONTROSE VOICE 21 Mustangs-meets at the-e;;;;:-710 Pac. ~- 528-9'27 ctub mght Thurs Nat1onar GaYHUtth Edu:.c._ab:On_"Fcx.-nd-,--•t"°>0-n-­Houston 523-5204 Nahona1 Org1n121hon tor Women \NOW) lesbian Rt;htl last Force-POB 440i422 n2« Ne~n Association (M.ontroie Civte Cl~ meets at Beflng Church. 14'0 Harc>ld- 522·1000 meet 7prn 4th Tu• Ne;° Freedom Chnslten C~...,'-',-ch---9,...1"""2-W-1-1-.lh--­S91- 13'2 MfVteel 10.m Sur\ 7 30pm Wed OV8reatenAOOnymoo,-=coB;;.-~ -ChuK~ ~':~~~-;::S"°Jn:!'fl526-4015 rneetl 8pm Pa~iS & FriendS of leSbl.f:flS & Gays~ •&<-6e63, Sprong 353-4792 P1ik P8ople...:C10 Nearto-wn Community Flrehouse-741-2524 Paz y · L1ber1c;Qn- ... PO_B_ 800063 -77260 523-9061 AeCreatio~a7land Fund Comm•tte&-Mustang Club pro,ect R;(e Univ -G-o-ylL_eo_b-1an_ s.;ppo,t Group- 52HJ72• Sh8n11 Ot Texas counseling '°' hf•tnratentng Utnessn-522·50&< Texas Bay ArH Gay•- -3J2..;3737 meet Thurs ovenong Tex.a B•y ArM Gay Youth-332~737 meet ~\llrMk:Y Tex• GiY Rodeo ~M.~ $peril. 52•5 auflolO Spctwy Texas --H~man~s Foundit1on=ii'1s Commoti\lll'Ulth-522-2824 Te~a Ri<Sers-c:o Marys. 1022 Wnthe1mer 52&-6M1 Unrtari.niUAA.e;s.hst -Gay Caucus-c.ro 111 Unnarian Church, 5210 Fannin 520-9767 S28'-5M2 meet 3rd Sun afternoons Westayan FeUow1tuP=i&c-as99 Wnthetmer co10nv Arts - AiiOCT.teon-1001 Westtieimer •187 Women·1 Lo~ Alliance- p4 Chelsea- ~21-0C39 BAYTOWN-=- -- B1ytown Lambda Group- ~27 13~ CONROE:_-- - Conroe Area Lambda SOCtety- Jan at 1409) 756--03&4 or Ray at f409) 756-4097 Conroe Arul.9lb11ns-Katt'ly II ~409) 7S6-9069 mee_t~~~~I LAKE CHARLES· O>Qnrty-Rt 1, Box 216C Longville LA 70652 MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS --LICENSED MASTER MASSEUR Full-body, deep muscle relaxation. In or out. Professional service by appointment (713) 527--0876. Chase --RUBDOWN, YOUR PLACE Montrose. $15. Otherarea.s. $20 Cell Ven 523-2312 before 11 pm Complete rut>­down RELAXING SENSUAL RUBDOWN Chuck. 521-3496 TE:::X:o:E::S:-::C:-::0:-::R:::T:_--:5::2-4.,.--9:751'"1':---­Models. escons & masseurs ·we do care enough to send the very best. Ma1or cred•t cards honored Monthly medical cert1l1cate_ Have a rea~ fun time with the right guy for you CENTAUR Escorts 529-4484 Mastercard Vosa BODY MASSAGE In or out, Bruce. 521-2009 RELAX I ENJOY The BodyWorks massage. For appoint­ment. call Boll, 526-2470 HANDSOME VERSATILE ESCOR_T_ Buck. 520-6735 PERSONALS JIO CLUB FORMING Show shave. service Send photO/ phone to Occupant Box 740572. Houston 77274 -- - - SERIOUS AND SINCERE ProlesslOnal, GWM 55. masc, stra1gnt­appearlng. 5'10", 170 lbs. gray hair. blue eyes warm personality. dependable. good sense of humor Looking for rela­t1onsh1p Write Box 170F Clo Voice - STABLE. RESPONSIBLE EXEC GWM. mtd 30's, slim, attractive, seeks s1m11ar for gOOd times. ail replies ans· wered BJ Box 66973-124 77006 PAULORJOE I would like to hear from you lets keep 1n touch with each other Remember all the little yellow 1ackets? Stan. Ad 170-A c o Voice ---- HEY EASY! What the Bagg ms got 1n its pockets? I Jove y-ou- G-ol-lum- - - CLAUDIA SMITH IS 40 and fine. Happy B-Day, old timer-we love you Your HaWlhorne House Hus­s• es I WANT YOU G WM 36. IOokmg for younger G WM tor last ng relat10nsh1p Call 529-7576 --- BEMY VALENTINE-John. will meet you at BWMrs annual Valentine Pany Bring your friends - - lii:Ac:KAWHITE - - ~:I~ S~Tc~:~;~ r~ui~~c,!,~~~I!~~~::: 529-3211 MONTROSE GWM, 5·11•, 135. 42. moustache, seeks compan10n. 25-42. GWM. John. 617 Harold. No 3. Houston 77006. FRIENDSHIP OR FUN GWM. s·r. 175. seeks new friends 521- 3496 strongly about beige. 22 MONTROSE VOICE I JAN 27, 1984 ..>J" F I I " Whoa, frank .. ,.!;1'~ Guess what youuuuuuuuu sat in!" The Far Side by Gary Larson "Calm down, everyone! I've had experience with this sort of thing before . . . Does someone have a hammer?" " Dang! Sorry, buddy." "What are you gonna tell your Dad, Chuck?" SEEKING SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP ~~~·b~3eJat~~~h£;~~ ~~nc~r:. c~:~ churchgoer. proless1onal Nol heavily nto gay llfestyle Photo. II poss•blo Joe. Ad 1?0-D cto Voice CAN WE TALK? BWMT presents two rap groups in Febru· ary Call the Swotchboard 529-3211 SINCERE AND SENSITIVE GWM. 6"2' 175. 26 years. prolesslonally employed. nonsmoking. no lac1al hair Prefer s1m1lar characterists for friendship, maybe more Photo please Ad 170-C c/o Voice FRIENDSHIP OR FUN GWM. 6'2°' 175 lbs., seeks new fnends 521· 3496. HAPPINESS IS ••• a hardsome. healthy. humorous. happy hunk as your escort or model from TaxEscort 524-9511 Ma1or credit cards honored Secur1ty and doscret on assured SERVICE Masculine. hairy, well-eodowed, mamed man, bi's. gays, novices under 30 Call 522·2204 HISPANIC OR ORIENTAL !;;l~e ·~~in2;,.f~~~~~~~~::'n~~~~~';!~ WELL-BUILT Blondothazel seeks studs 20-30 lor lun Photo a must• Box 66483, Houston 77266 SINCERE. RESPONSIBLE, CARING lndovidual wanted by professional GWM. 27, for fnendsh1p and maybe more Box 169B c/o Voice. HAPPILY MARRIED SOUGHT GWM, happily mamed lo female. well. preserved 45. slender. short and well·bu1ll intelleclual. profesS1onal. seeks relation· ship with GWM in similar circumstances Seek slender, attractive looking in my age category, discreet. successful prof es· s1onal for friendship. in11mate sharing at not always convenient hours Direct cor· respondenca to Box 61647, Houston 77208-1647 DONT READ THI!' GWM, 34 seeks non-smokong. horsute man over 30 for fnendsh1p1poss1bfe reJa• 11onsh1p David 522·4050 ALEXANDRIA. LA. Mark B contact Mark In Houston Box 169Y c/o Voice GAY COUPLE GWM, 5"10". blonde. hazel eyes. must· 1cho G MA- M. 5·5·. dark brown. brown eyes. mustache Seek attractive muscular men for good time Photo a must Sonny and Tony Ad 170-0, Clo Montrose Voice. SCOTTY Was 1t a Sunday night fantasy, or are you real? Call Charles. Wilde & Stein Books, 529-7014 HELP! FULFILL'FANTASY Big dark man to fill my needs All day Fndays Very hot Box 168Z c/o Voice AFFECTIONATE HUGGY BEAA° Attractive Lahn. 31 looks younger 5·6"0 shm. smooth. professional. seeks attrac· t1ve. taller. hairy, endowed GWM for lover En1oy home. friends. enlertaonment Not into bars lots to share so please write Box 1666 c/o Voice YOUNG GAY NUDIST Club forming Send photo. phone. Occu· pant. Box 740572, Houston 77274 LUCKY PIERRE W11hes to complete a menage. Couple should be Jo-40 Picture/phone to Box 71·11, Houston 77248 S INCERE, SUCCESSFUL, ENTHUSIASTIC masculine. attractive. 6'2". 165, brown/blue, professionally employed. 26, happy outgoing vaned interests. straight appearing Compatible? Let's meet Photo please Box 166A c/o Voice - AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS GM wants to meet other gays interested 1n photography Let's share the Joys of pho­tography together Peter 868-9425 - MEDiCALCENTER EMPLOYEES Let's meet at noon Please be doscreet Thomas 792-5717 work. 630-0966 mes­sage aw~'.5ft~1!; ~:ENJ?1<g1, ~:~~na1. str11ght acting. not into drugs, been out ror t year, wishes to meP.t sincere. stable. Hispanic friend Wnte with photo Box 170-E c/o Voice GWM WANTS GBM Masculine, quiet Leo seeks a1m11ar for fun. posslblerelat1onahop Call Mac 528-3140 TEMPORARY PARTNERS NEEDED Lover away until March GWM. 34. seeks GAIA. cuddlers. tnm. moustache. 25-40, nonsmoker, clean Ad 168-D. c/o Voice PRIVATE GAY CLUBS • Club Houtton Batt i FrtKtch Ouaner theater -3201 lou111ane 527o07a2 iM1dtowne Spa-3100 hnnin-.-622·~79 • 2306 Clul>-2J06 Gen_.,_528-6235 RESTAURANTS • BaJu ...a2 Lomt 527 -9866 PETS CABBAGE PATCH PU PS Gorgeous. adorable, ready for adoption Call 664-9465. SERVICES, ETC. TAX RETURNS All types. reasonable rates Call Maryanne Taylor CPA 520-5778 COMMISSION A POEM $1 forsample and info Bill O'Rourke. 509 E. Cottage. Houston 77009 --- STOP SMoKING 957-4399 TREAT YOURSELF TO MUSIC Learn to read music or. increase your repertoire, musicianship. technique l~~,~~~F;!~~h~r~·~~3'.'jdg:truct1on Pr<>- NEED A LAWYER YOU CAN AFFORD? Judllh CDouqVas ATTORNEY AT LAW 303 W Polk at Taft 520-1370 Proudly serving the Montrose Community Drurk Driving-Public ln1oucat1on Debt Aeliel-Ban«uplcy ln1ury Claims-Job & Acc•denl Theft-Sh0pl1ftmg Possession-Drugs & ~pons Charges Lewd Conduc1-Prost1Mion Reasonable Fees & Terms Convenient Location & Office Hours General Pracllce of Law NI Cert by Tx Bd ol Lg Spec ~OUNT PRINTING-CDC Example-Business cards $13-10. (713) 664-9465. (713) 667-3600 --- MOVEMASTERS Hauling. packing supplies. too 1925 Westhe1mer. 630-6555 BE GOOD to yourself today• Have a rubdown from an expen licensed masseur Call Ran­~/ e~i41,0am-10pm, seven days a week. PATRICliAHNE -O'KANE Attorney at law. 526-7911 - RITCHIE &- GLASS_ __ Attorneys-at-law. 3407 Montrose. 521- 9216, telephone answered 24 hrs - - DENTIST ___ - Ronald M Butler, DD S.-Dav1d B Chambers. D D.S General dentists ac~epting ins assignments Nitroux oxide available. Monday thru Saturday afternoons 524-0538 427 Westhe1mer - ESALEN MASSAGE FOR relaxation Professional masseur Non­sexual James Buechler 526-1649. 781- 8031. iF1~1 H1•r o..gn-901 R~d= 523-0438 91cenhowet BeeutyScttoo' 327 Weetheuner- 5~7972 9i..eg90ds Hair Oesign-906 Wothe•mer- 527- 0t88 iiiOO.t Hair Delagn-32io YCMI~~ iMagn1f1que ha.f c;;:._2s2i"KinQston-52;- 0672 • Montrose Hair Oelign-1004 California 522· 2822 e MOntrose-vo.ce~r 3317 Mootrote 1306-529-8'190 9Neartown Garage--1901 Tatt-523-279" MONTROSE CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING RATES Placing a Classified other than a Personals? Read this: •ANNOUNCEMENTS • ACCOMODATIONS • CARS & BIKES • COMMERCIAL SPACE •DWELLINGS & ROOMMATES • EMPLOYMENT & JOBS WANTED • FOR SALE, MISC. • MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS • PETS • SERVICES •TRAVEL RATE: Up to 3 words in bold, $2 each week. Additional regular words 30¢ each per week. Minimum charge $3 per week DEADLINE: 5:30pm Tuesday for Friday's newspaper. LONG TERM ADVERTISING: Run the same ad 4 weeks or longer, pay the full run in advance, and make no copy changes during the full run, and you can deduct 15%. Run the same ad 13weeksor longer under the same conditions and you can deduct 25%. CHARGE YOUR AD: All classifieds must be paid in advance OR you can charge your classified to MasterCard or Visa. We do not bill-except through your credit card-for classifieds. PHONE IN YOUR AD: Only those who will be charging to MasterCard or Visa can phone in classifieds to (713) 529- 8490 Monday or Tuesday, 9am to 5:30pm. Placing a • PERSONALS ? Read this: RATE: Up to 3 words in bold and up to 15 total words, FREE. (Additional words beyond 15 per week are 30¢ each.) FREE PERSONALS apply only to individuals. No commercial services or products for sale. HOW LONG? A Free Personal can be placed for one, two or three weeks at a time-but no longer without re-submitting the form. BLIND BOX NUMBER: If you want secrecy, we'll assign you a Bllnd Box Number. The answers to your ad will be sent to us and we will then confiden­tially forward the replies to you. Rate is $3 for each week the ad runs but replies will be forwarded as long as they come in. ANSWERING A BLIND BOX NUMBER: Address your reply to the Blind Box Number, c/o Montrose Voice, 3317 Montrose #306, Houston, TX 77006. Enclose no money. Your letter will be forwarded unopened and confidentially to the advertiser CHARGE YOUR PERSONAL TO CREDIT CARD: All charges beyond the 15-word limit or Blind Box charges must be paid in advance OR you can charge to MasterCard or Visa. We do not bill­except through your credit card-for classifieds. PHONE IN YOUR AD: Only those who will be charging to MasterCard or Visa can phone in Clas­sifieds to (713) 529-8490 Monday or Tuesday, 9am to 5:30pm. The Free offer does not apply to Person­als phoned in. You will be charged the same rate as other types of Classifieds. (up to 3 normal-stZe words on bold capitals) (free or 30¢/word) (free or 30¢/word) (30¢/word) (30¢/word) (30¢/word) -- bold headline at $2 ___ words at 30¢ each Blind Box at $3 per issue ___ _ Total times ........ weeks ~--- (use add11tonal paper if necessary) Name Address Amount enclosed (D check a money order, a cash 1n person o VISA charge o MasterCard charge) If charging by credit card: # exp dale ___ Mail or bring to Montrose Voice, 3317 Montrose #204, Houston, TX 77006 JAN. 27, 1984 I MONTROSE VOICE 23 • Aon·a H11r & Skin Cir• 1310 Hawthome- 521-3000 e T1tt AYtomotive-1411 Teft-522-2190 ero;;;my, ea_rber S~21S.C Portsmouth- 5~82t6 iTOtar An11n.:1C.re-16'° Westheuner-521- 9277 SHOPS & STORES BUTlER PETS New hours Monday thru Thursday, 9-11 , Friday and Saturday, 9-6; Sunday, 1 t· 4pm 524-0530. 425 Westhe1mer. eAl~Star Aduh News-1407 R1chmond-52e­IM05 •Antique Corner-1921 Westheimer-522-6087 eAppearanc•-1338-A Westh91~~ eAS;h.am AdUil BookS10t&-1201 Richmond • Aussie Way LiqUOf"l-913 Westheimer-526-- 6932 iean Park Adult Bookstore-1830 W Atabame i::.:,=:: H.o.=::. :,' ;.::~c:::O.:::...'- M-..,-,-,_-­e Cact~IRecO;;;--W~t s~ • Cobweb Liauors-2036 we"ifh;"'"m~ 2989.~~~~~~~~~~~- • Cr itters-626 Haw1home-52t>-8299 i CUt Fto,;;;.-50,5 Mootro.e=522-t775 e 01nets Adult Nt>ws-2-'0 wMiti~ 8950 • Ooubra11•.JoOes. the Martho .. 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That may seem obvious. but your present state of feeling entrapped may be blinding you to simple things. Look for someone who has power, but uses 11 in a benevolent way When you find that person, reach out and go with 11. GEMINI-You're going with the flow, all nght. but the flow has rapids and sudden waterfalls. For a lesser soul. those would seem threatening: for you, it's iust part of the rode. Your confidence should be exhi11ratong to yourself and to others. CANCER-An argument between someone you love very much and someone you work with could put you in the middle of some ferocious action. You may not want the role of mediator and peacekeeper, but you've certainly got it. Like 11 or not, it's yours. Consider that LEO- The bitchiness that you plagued everyone who came near you with last week has now turned inward. You feel a lot of tension that can only be released through some big act like ultimate sex or writing a poem Do what you're best at. and do it better than you've ever done it before. VIRGO-It's more than nice to have a man around the house. of you're a man, or a woman for a woman. You feel blessed with an overwhP.lming "can this be happening" feeling Your eyes are completely open to what a real and honest relationship can give. Lots of smiles LIBRA- Someone or some situation is pushing you to the point of real confusion You're going to need to put a large amount of trust In your own judgement. and exercise a lot of willpower. If you do, you can come through this feeling strong and clean. SCORPIO- The practical and necessary concern you now. That's true to such an extent that the flights of fancy of others and their seeming silliness get to you in a bad way Let 11 go by The result of your sticking to it could be a very surprising gift or reward SAGITTARIUS-Whether you're a man or a woman. you've got a macho way of being yourself nght now That brongs a range from hot to frigid in reaction from others You're exploring a very real part of yourself, however. Learn to be aggressive without being heavy. CAPRICORN-You're at a mental turning point The decision you hopefully made last week has brought you to a place that Is at the same time illuminating and unsure. You might want to take a couple of days off from this intensity and lighten up. Give 11 a rest AQUARIUS-Feeling like you're on a rut? All that heaviness coming your way has left you psychically depleted to the point that you can't get past the day-to-day routines. II you've got the bug to travel, stay home and make some plans PISCES- Ah, the best of both worlds for Pisces' Last week's combination of sex and spiritual brings you to levels of understanding that the rest of us should envy. If this isn't happening to you, 11 should be' Reach out, reach out and grab someone! c 1fl84 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE 24 M ONTROSE VOICE I JAN . 27' 1984 /I
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