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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982
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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982 - File 007. 1982-06-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 15, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/107/show/84.

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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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Title File 007
Transcript Blackmarket in gay porn? By Gavin Young International Gay News Agency Blackmarket pornography may be all that will be available soon in England if police raids and prosecutions continue. Recent police prosecutions have brought fines of over $20,000 and even prison sentences for bookstore managers and staff who have handled gay pornography. The enforcement is concentrated on gay and sado-masochistic material, leaving heterosexual pornography untouched. Capital Gay reported recently that gay magazines are considering changes to keep ahead of the law, including omitting nudes, ads for masseurs, and personal contact ads. If the police continue to prosecute, even Gay News, Britian's premiere gay newspaper, could encounter distribution difficulties unless it withdraws its personal contact ads. Gold Star, one ofthe largest distributors of sex magazines, announced that it will stop distributing gay sex magazines. The rag trade Pacific News Service Old clothes have a long history of turning into dust rags, but a New York firm wants to reverse that trend. It's trying to convince us that clothes can be made out of Handi Wipes. In case you don't know, Handi Wipes are those crinkly disposable cleaning rags you can buy at the grocery store. A company called "Handi Wipes Handicrafts" is now selling patterns for making them into women's dresses. The striped patterns will brighten any wardrobe, the company says, and besides, "They make great cleaning cloths when you're done .wearing them." 6 MONTROSE VOICE/June 11, 1982 Scare tactics may backfire on advertisers Pacific News Service The American Council of Science and Health says advertisers are using scare tactics to capitalize on the public's concern about health, and they may come to regret it. For instance, the council says 7-Up ads promoting the soft drink as "caffeine free" mislead consumers into thinking caffeine is a threat to health. The council also criticizes coffeemakers for selling brands rich in caffeine, while offering decaffeinated coffee as a "safe" alternative to their own products. Council director Elizabeth Whelan predicts those ad strategies will backfire and make consumers suspicious and fearful of everthing that'B on the market. From the network that cancelled the Smothers Brothers ... Pacific News Service TV columnist Gary Deeb says CBS censors have banned political humor aimed at President Reagan and his wife. Deeb says the network scratched a Bkit on the short-lived Book of Lists program in which comedians Shecky Greene and Cloris Leachman portrayed the Reagans as Adam and Eve. Later, Deeb says, the network banned a segment of an upcoming special called Facts which featured a parody ofthe "Charlie" perfume commercial, changing the name to "Nancy." The censorship, Deeb says, adds credence to charges from actor Ed Asner, who claims CBS cnacelled his Lou Grant series for political reasons. -«P Bonded In .. ATCO >ured •J? PEST CONTROL "7 • Roaches • Ants • Fieas • Ticks • Rats • Mice Home or Business FAST SERVICE STRONG GUARANTEE LOWEST PRICES 988-1331 Introductory Special «38»° Call Now for Information * We 1 Understand Your Type® 1 10 • Letterhead/ Envelopes • Business Cards • Party Invitations • Ads/Flyers • Brochures • Layout Service ^ Call Bill sH 522-4251 Happy Open jjtrant Hour Everyday a* 7am- at Jackson 7pm 7am 528- 8234 The Deep Buffet every Sunday, 3pm RUTH HASTINGS in with CRAIG JES5UP and BARRY LLOYD For one night only, For one night only, Tuesday June 15th, Ruth Hastings and Company bring to us their critically acclaimed performance of the music of Jacques Brel and Edith Piaf. Arrive early for this very special occasion . . . At Baja's, of course. For dinner reservations, phone 527-9866 402 Lovett 527-9866
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