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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982 - File 028. 1982-06-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/107/show/105.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 11, 1982
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript June 11, 1982/MONTROSE VOICE 27 • Omars 808 Lovetl •RASCALS . See our ad elsewhere this issue. Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice • • STAR PIZZA 2111 Norfolk See our ad elsewhere this issue, • STEAK N'l • TIMS Cottee Shu; 2289 • WINE SELLER Westheimer-528-3878 See our ad elsewhere this issue SERVICES LESBIAN PROBLEM SOLVING AND SUPPORT GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL AND RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING. Dr. Nanette Bruckner, psychologist, 523-2180. Quality wallpaper hanging & painting. Call 447-6109. Attorney at Law General practice. John P. Barnich, 523-5006. Evenings 528-5566. REMODELING/IMPROVEMENTS. Full carpentry including French doors, cabinets, kitchens, bathrooms. Excellent workmanship, experienced, references. 529-3869. CLASSICAL PIANO/SINGING. Professional teacher 723-3254. ATCO Pest Control - See our ad elsewhere this issue BEE QUICK Delivery -723-5959 See our ad elsewhere this issue ■ ll.OUKlnoi Only the Voice saturates Montrose each week, now with 105 distribution locations HOUSTON TRAVEL Consul Ian Is-820-4227 See our ad elsewhere this issue SHOPS & STORES EDWARD JONES Bookkeeper-266-6511 See our ad elsewhere this issue JAMES D. KRISTIAN PhD hyi ■ 2485 See our ad elsewhere this issue Support the Montrose Clinic • LEGENDS Hair Design - 906 Westheimer- 527-0188 See our ad elsewhere this issue See our ad elsewhere this issue • ASYLUM Adult Bookstore—1201 Richmond See our ad elsewhere this issue Attend Montrose Sports Association events • BASIC BROTHERS used ciolhing-1220 Westheimer See our ad elsewhere this issue • THE BED HOUSE ^•l_Nct. ■ See our ad elsewhere this issue See our ad elsewhere this issue MOVING, HAULING. Move masters, 521-3155. • PRIVATE POSTAL SYSTEMS 1713 Weslheimer-'>.'" • SALONDAN1EI hurst-520-9327 re-1626 Cherry- Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice SPEEDY PRINTING 7417 See our ad elsewhere this issue There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice J.E. STAHL mi _. heat 376-8028 See our ad elsewhere this issue TRAVEL TECH travel agency-5719 Kirby-522- 8227 See our ad elsewhere this issue Next weei< in the VOICEi GAY PRIDE .VEiSK ^ets under way. .Vat6h for our extensive coverage. Got a question? Call the Gay Switchboard, 529-3211 • BLUE IRIS 3618S Shepherc: • BYMANS Environmental Designs 8 Fine Furnishings -608 Westheimer-529-8002 • CARGO HOUSE '802 P-irk " 529-0334 See our ad elsewhere this issue • CONE DANCEWEAH 4704 M 1673 • COMPANY B military .. Westhei mer- 965- 9753 See our ad elsewhere this issue Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice • DRAMATIKA gills-3224 Yoakum-528-5457 • FACETS gifts 1-112 WTOtheimi I Only the Voice saturates Montrose each week, now with 105 distribution locations 1338 Weslheimer-524- • KIHBY Ne*siano 3115 Kirby—520-0246 Attend Montrose Sports Association events • ONE MORE TIME resale boutique -140! Calilorn.3 -523-5551 See our ad elsewhere this issue Fortunes By Tycho For Friday evening. June 11. through Friday evening. June 18, 1982: ARIES— Passing through your sign this week: the Moon, from Tuesday morning. June 15, to Thursday morning, June 17. A week of self- examination and understanding. Look at the things you ordinarily do with little thought, and see how you can improve them, A good time for getting rid of empty habits and livening up dull routines. TAURUS— In your sign all week: Venus. Entering your sign: the Moon, Thursday morning. June 17. This week you're a siren. The kind that sings on the river-bank, not the loud, noisy kind. It's time to turn your attention to someone who's been cold to you in the past, and light their fire with your vivaciousness. You'll be hard to resist. GEMINI— In yuur sign this week: the Sun and Mercury. A fine week to travel, or to make travel plans, t'se your imagination. Go someplace you've never been before. Take along someone who's as fascinating as your destination. CANCER— You may feel caught between your intuitive side and your analytical one. The obvious answer is to recombine the two and be yourself. He beautifully androgynous—soft, yet hard: firm, hut yielding. LEO—Nothing's going to slow you down this week. All systems are go. no matter what happens. That's nice for your career, but it could play havoc with romance. Besides knowing what you really want, make sure you know who you really love. VIRGO— -Jealousy and resentment cloud ihe scene. Honesty and integrity are the solution. Who's doing what to whom, and who's in the middle? Nobody's going to feel very good until things are nut in the open. Be clear. LIBRA— in your sign thus ueek: Mars. Saturn and Pluto. You're still the one calling the shots this week, still in the catbird * .s that you want to tell something to is in the mood to listen. But don't be wishy-washy about it. Speak ui)! Be firm! They'll love it. SCORPIO— l'i your sign this ueek: Jupiter. Ever been tempted to answer a personal ad'.'This might be the time to try it. You might want lo practice some of that secrecy you're known lor when you do it. Don't tell everyone about your new venture. SAGITTARIUS — /" your sign this neck: Uranus and Neptune. You're lucky Pierre, the man in the middle, hut it's not a lot of fun. Friends will cast you in the role of mediator or referee, turning to you for keen advice and sound judgement. Listen to both sides carefully and don't beafraid to say what you know. CAPRICORN —Been putting off that exercise program.1 Get to it! Or. for our male readers, how about growing a moustache or shaving off your beard'.' Changing your appearance for thel>eller is what this week offers, and if you do it, you'll do it. AQUARIUS— Leaving your sign this week: tin Moon. Saturday afternoon. "Summer's almost here and the time is right for dancing in the street." Your kind of energy this week finds its outlet in good times. If you synchronize it just right, you'll find someone special to share them with. PISCES— Passing through your sign this week: the Moon, from Satur duy afternoon to Tuesday morning. Finding yourself under the spell of someone with unusual or special charm'.' Shake your head and ask "Who am 1'.'" (Question the motives and needs of this person before you let yourself become totally enchanted. , 1982 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE Dear Dorothy Friends, not lovers. Why? Dear Dorothy, In looking for friends, as well as lovers, 1 seem only to be ..; io persons of similar interests. Therelationshipsdon't last long and I seem to have more friendships (than lovers). Am I missing out on something? Dorothy Says: . If you seem to get along with persons similar interests or persuasions, that is fine. This seems to be answering your needsat least you have plenty of friends, so why quibble? Dear Dorothy, My friends make fun of me. They all know who I want as Mr. Wonderful and then they see me with someone who doesn't even come close to my ideal. I seem to be attracted only to opposites of myself. Am I wrong? Dorothy Says: Opposites often attract. There is definitely nothing wrong with tasting life on the way to Mr. Perfect. If we all waited for that to happen there would be a lot of lonely gays out there. Also, we would miss out on meeting some very wonderful men along the way. Whatever turns you on should be pursued. Life is too short to limit our horizons. Both of you, go out there and get them! • PLANT Ml • Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • THE ROUGH CUT iewelry -520Wt»>lr.e,mer 520-7050 See our ad elsewhere this issue • SPORTS LOCKER ciothing-311 Westheimer -520 -65 V' • STUDZ i> I • TEXAS CARAVANS An •TIMELESS TAFFETA Westheimer - 529-6299 See our ad elsewhere this issue • There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice • TRES CHIC t.vp*ear SMfwesti ■ •trfywan . Support the Montrose Clinic Last Word Police groups should fight for civil service change, not against it By Henry McClurg Houston's two largest police groups, the Houston Police Officers Association and the Houston Police Patrolman's Union, both said this last week that they will fight Mayor Whitmire's efforts to change civil service rules. The mayor wants to change the rules so she can get rid of some of the deadwood at the top in the Police Dept. and (to a lesser degree) the Fire Dept. Rather than fighting this proposed change, HPOA and HPPU should be for it. HPPU president Bob Thomas repeatedly has taken verbal stabs at some of his superiors, saying some were incompetant. Well, the mayor is after the same people you are, Mr. Thomas. Work with her. Additionally, there is no doubt that the vast majority of Houstonians are going to side with the mayor on this issue. The best you can do, HPOA and HPPU, is get on the winning side. Your public image is greatly tarnished now and you'll only corrode it further by uniting yourself on the side of "incompetant civil servants" rather than "effecient government."
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