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Title Montrose Voice, No. 3, November 14, 1980
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  • Gay liberation movement
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Transcript the newspaper Issue 3 I November 14, 1980 I Houston, Texas montrose voice The coalition of TV preachers and right wingers New conservative government will affect gay rights movement By Henry McClurg EDITOR Right-wing conservatives hand­in- hand with fundamental religionists will have a major impact on the political tone of the country -an impact that w'i ll slow the gay rights movement at least for the next few years L1beral lPaclers , includmg some who were defeated m elecllons Nov. 4, are predict­ing hoping-that the pen­dulum will soon swing left again ufter the country has had a taste of right-wing government. +'ra..., .,,.~,..,.! ~, .... ~l...,..an forces captured the White House and the U.S. Senate in the Nov.4 election and made strong gains in the U.S. House. A coalition between conservative Demo­crats and newly-elected conservative Republicans gives the right wing complete control of the Executive and Legislative branches of the U.S. govern­men t The third branch of government, the judicial, remains in liberal control for the time being, but retiring judges will be replaced by appoint­ments from t he White House. What ca used the r ight wing shift? How perma nen t and how extreme will its con seq uences be? The "Moral Majori ty" and three other simi lar groups wasted no time after t he voting in announci ng their "hit li s t" for the 1982 elections and to te ll those conservatives that were just put i nto office. "You better hew the line." Vice-president e lect George Bush. w ho was accepted but never embraced by the new politica l rig ht , has become the first to counter I heir . vocal threa t s w ith hi s ow n. ''I'm not in timida ted by those who s uggest I' d bett er hew the lin e. T he hell w ith it ," Bush said a t a news conference in Hous ton Nov. 10. "I don' t need a ny a dvice from these people. They don't scare me a bit." Preside nt -elec t R ona ld Fnlw•·ll Reaga n , however, responded differently. ''I'm not going to separate myself from the people w ho elec ted us," he said. Television evangelist jerry Falwell is "those people" He expects the new President to "produce." Falwell is head of Moral Majority and proclaims what he calls a "pro-family" doctrine. There is no room for homosexuals in this doctrine. Falwell claims the Republican election sweep marks the beginning of an overha ul of laws deali ng with the group's pet project s: abor tion, pornography. prayer in schools and gay righ ts. What caused the new-right shift? Or. Andrew Miracle. a Texas Christian University anthro­poligisl in Fort Worth. says. simply. I he economy. People elected a conservative govern­ment for the sake of the economy. not for the sake of so­called moral issues. Mi racle said polit ical activism by groups like Moral Majori ty s tems from confusion be tween the p roblems of recession a nd infla tion. "The ca uses of the problems a re co mplex a 'nd h a rd to und ers t a nd. T hi s is very frus tra ting," he told UPI. In t hese fru s tra ting times. people look for s imple a nswers. he said. A nd these si mp le a ns we rs are amp ly s upplied by the "Chri s t ian r ight." "Th e fund a me nta lis t are saying. 'Do as we say. vote as we say, and God will look favorably on us and solve all of our problems,"' Miracle said The yearn for quick and easy answers by turning to "other worldlv" solution~ 10 time of J.lreal ~oc1al stress IS nothmg new for society. "DLJring thP 1930s th~ r. dw preach!'rs were b1g. People were looking for anf;W!'rs dunng the depression and I hese people supplird them," he said How long will thP new nght hold power? The most damaglllg b,u;\ to the new right will be an improved economy. said Miracle. addmg that economic recovery will take away a lot of the frustration that is fueling interest in the groups. The backlash against the mixture of religion and politics began prior to the election. Leaders of 13 major U.S. religious groups. including the United Church of Christ. United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. and top officials from the Lu t heran Council U .S.A .. charged in October that those like Falwel l were being "unfaithful to the fullness of the bibical witness." "We do not simply dis<Jgree with t heir stance on particular items on t heir agenda," a joint statement said. "We find their selection of issues to be theologically and elhir.ally Inadequate." Miracle adds that the backlash against the new right may include a demand that politically-active church groups-perhaps even all church groups-lose their tax­exempt sta tu s. The Rev. Jimmy Alle n. former head of the Sou thern Baptist Co n vent ion. t he larges t protes ta n t religio us organiza­tion in America. said just prior to the election. t hat th is count ry's re ligious liberty is threatened by the new right's c reation of a re ligious-politir:al bloc vole. Air Force announces intention to appeal Matlovich case WASHINGTON-The gov­ernment has filed a notice of appeal to overt urn a federal appeals court directive telling the Air Force to reinstate Leonard P. Matlovich despite his admitted homosexuality. an Air Force spokesman said Nov. 11, reported AP. Matlovich. now 37 and living in San Francisco, was a decorated Vietnam veteran who was dismissed in 1975 after admitting his homo­sexuality in a letter to Secretary of the Air Force John McLucas. U.S. District Court Judge Gerhard A. Gesell ruled Sept. 12 that the Air Force has confusing standards for dealing w1th gay people and ordered Mallovir.h rein­stated and given hack pay The Air Force's announce­ment come• o'l the !>eels. howevt•r. of l.llt>r ruling Oct. 24 h~ tht ll S 9th C•n·u1t Ct urt nf Apjled1S In s.1n ~ram1st"l grdn 10g another n1htan st•n ICP~ ti-t' "'·\\-l~t' rght In d1scl1, rg<' 11onu sex .. J.II pt>rsonnt·l The dUII':ont~ t 1 mamt 1n the disnp.me of pcrsonnt'ltn activt' scrVICt',' ti-P court said 10 lhdl t st•, was the proper r.r~ I t•fth "lHV) l'he courl "sn nt.lt•d lhdl other reJ.lulalions on homosexuali­ty g1ve the thr Na\} "at least some flexibility" 10 makmg decisions on gay personnel. MAC Board plans to sell building The Board of Trustees of 1 he Montrose Ac:IIVItV CeniH dec1ded al a hoard meeting Oct. 29 to lry and sell the organization's build1ng at 1423 Holman, accord1ng lo an announcement from the group. ThP Board said II anllci­pates it will takP sever;ll monlhs lo find 11 hover and complete the lransac11on. Tht> sale of tht> hulldinl( will provide the orl(anizalllln with funds In "fulfill expanded l(oals." th<' group sa1d. Propt>rly values have nsen 1n the area s1nce the organization purchased the build1ng several years al(o. The building is located slil(htly out of the Montrose area bul was considered a good investment at lhe lime of purchase because of the anticipated rising property values. "This decision (to sell the bulldinl() was part of the Board's evaluation of MAC's current situation and its immediate goal of hruaden­ing community support fo the organizalion. "The other side of the coin" Civil libertarian defends "excessive" police actions WASHINGTON - Com· plaints to the federal government's Community Relations Service about excessive use of force by policemen almost doubled in the past year, the service said. But college professor Gary Sykes, who left his classroom last spring for a taste of life os a policemen, announced this month that he defends the type of police actions he once criticized as a civil libertarian. During fiscal 1980, which ended Sept. 30, the Community Relations Service said it received 249 complaints charging exces­sive police force-a 93% increase over the previous year. The organization said 63% of the complaints came from blacks, 32% from Hispanics, 4% from Ameri­can Indians and the remaining 1% from whites. No breakdown was relased as to how many of the complainers were gay. "Policemen live with a constant sense of personal danger," Sykes, now a criminal justice professor of the Superior branch of the University of Wisconsin, told UP I. "I read about it, but I didn't know how strong it could be until I experienced it." While teaching at a Kentucky university before moving to Superior, Sykes served on the State Board of the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union as "an outside critic of some police actions where force was used." ''I'm an inside defender of many police actions that I as a member of the Civil Liberties Board might have formerly raised a question about," said Sykes, 36, who joined the police force fulltime. but has returned to teaching. Sykes, who has a doctrate in political science, said his duties as a patrolman included answering com­plaints about barking dogs, breaking up bar fights, chasing burglars and comforting battered wives. ~ .. 'i:P'ii;;t;;;;;;""Jr;;;-;;;;;;--ai\i"~Even in a bar fight, there's 1 a gun present," he Anita's new romance MONTGOMERY, Ala.­Alabama industrialist Larry Striplin says he and retired anti -gay crusader A'nita Bryant have no immediate plans to marry and they remain close friends. news services reported Nov. 12. Striplin criticized earlier press coverage of their relationship, saying, "The national news services have bothered her to no end. If half the people from the media that bothered her would live the life she lives, the world would be a better place." Bryant separated from first husband and business manager Bob Green earlier this year in Miami and moved to Oklahoma, claiming her religious ministry had been misused by Green. The MONTROSE VOICE IS published every Fnday OHtces 3520Montrose,sutte227 Houston. TX 77006 Phone (713) 529- 8490 Contents copynght 1980 Henry McClurg, pubhsherJedttor Paul Terry. advertising Ram Rocha, mus•c edt lor Adverttstr'lg deadhnt Monday. 3 00 P m tor regular tnues Monday. noon. lor holiday tssues Nlltonal advertiStng representattve Rntendell Marketmg. New York Subscnbtng member ol Surburban Featurt5'Newspaper Enterpr•se Assoctllton Address !OQUtrtes lor permtSSton to repnnt arhr:tes to Publisher 2no Class U S Mall Permtt apphcatton pendtng Houston TX POSTMASTER Send address corrections to 3520 Montrose. su•te 227 Houston. TX 77006 SubKf•Pt•on rate 1n US $29 per year 52 •ssves . or $19 tor S•lll months 26 •ssues said. If you lose control of the situation, you know there's a chance someone will grab your arms and take your gun. "So you do whatever is necessary to control a person-grab their hair, clothing, whatever. That justifies what may look to some like excessive force." Sykes said that before he became a policeman, he thought most people in trouble were victims of circumstances and would respond to reason rather than force. "I still believe that," he said, "but I found out there are people who take an expression of concern or empathy as a sign of weakness. There are people so prone to violence that the only way to deal with them is with violence." Sykes has become critical of lawyers and judges. "Because we fear police officers might make a mistake or abuse their powers. we have imposed complex rules governing even simple arrests, " he said. "Many officers feel unable to do what they're sworn to do becuase of the complexities of the law and because those laws are in a constant state of change. "As long as lawyers and judges continue to play technical games. try to distort those rules to their own best advantage. the public safety is in danger by those who lack the sensitivi­ty to treat other penplt• as people," he said NOVEMBER 14, 1980 I MONTROSE VOICE I PAGE 3 It's lncredlblel Super Psychic Test your ESP-right now by David Speer CONTRIBUTING WAITER Have you practiced your ESP today? Since I feel that everyone has ESP and should develop it in order to help bring more happiness to life, I am going to propose a simple test. I feel that ESP works best when there is an emotional attachment involved. And it is most encouraging when the result is known immedi­ately. Open and spread out before me is a pakcage of Life Savers in five flavors: lemon, lime, pineapple, orange and cherry. After looking them over, I am choosing one, putting it into my mouth and enjoying its taste. It is melting and it's very good. Now I am sending you the message (ESP does not necessarily obey our laws of time and space) of what flavor I am eating, so vividly that I want your own saliva to begin to flow. Open your mind and receive my message. What is the impression you are getting-your first and strongest impression. What flavor of Life Savor is melting in my mouth. Stop reading and say it now aloud. The lncredlblel Horoscope Did you say it? The correct flavor is listed at the end of I he "Incredible Predictions" column below, so that your eye would not have accidently wandered to it. You can look down now to see the correct answer. This was of course not a test of earth shattering importance but I hope it will encourage you to conduct tests with your friends. Eating a Life Saver is a very good way to test. But use your imagination and expand upon this test. Once you experience the excitement of receiving the right answer, you will be "hooked" on ESP. Watch your thunder, Pisces by Samantha CONTRIBUTING WRITER Happy Birthday: You are clever and creative. You are intense and tend to operate at h1gh gear most of the time. Your sense of humor is marvelous. You make the social rounds but small parties with close friends are your favorites. You have a strong commitment to those friends. Virgo: Develop a one-track mind fur this weekend, Virgo. You know your priOri lies but sometimes it's easy to be sidetracked by others. Do make lime for romantic mterlude before weekend hustles to hectic halt . Libra: Far-out news may arrive. Don't take 11 with )US I a grain of salt. Keep the whole shaker handy. Then. bend your efforts toward improvin~ domestic situation. Later, Venus Aries: Pool your resources with those of nne certain other. Each of you has talents that together in concert can produce beautiful harmony, Aires. Latter days see a sharpened focus clearing the way for a new perspective. Taurus: The accent 1s on motives 1n the weekend ahead. Taurus. You may know what someone IS doing but fi~uring out why 1t 's being done will take d01ng on your part Gemini: Don't let your trusting nature lrad you down the garden path. Gem. A g1ft horse could be a Trn)an horse, crammed full of boondoggles. Rely on friends and give rhante .acquaintances a w1de berth th1s weekend Moonchild: Th1s will be a good weekend for blazing new trails. Mnnnbab~. Just be sure you mark them well so that you can find your way back! Two. prnposiiic~ns will be offered . The one mvolvm~ money IS apt In he too mueh of a gamble. Leo: An attack of the green-eyed monster could cause you to fly off the handle prematurely. Find nut the facts, Leo, listening instead of jumping to hasty cnncluswns. Days close )USI in the mck of time. Hurray fur the cavalary. lncredlblel Predictions directs the action fur a lovely time.:_ ___ Scorpio: Duuble-chec:k your budget and your bank balance. Avoid pigs In the puke this weekend. Prepare fur cunllngencies so that a sudden message won't be such a surprise. Days shimmy to a stop w1th mixed reviews . Sagittarius: You're an optimist. Sa). so It's unlv natural that vnu notice the hright s1de. Hu~·ever. if vnu·v; bPen hidin~ lll'h1nd rosJ>­c: olnrPd glasSPs. ~PI ready Tht>~:·rt~ cthout to r.ornt~ off Days dosP tu ~asps and sn o rt~ Capricorn Ci'e guss1p your whnle-ho·arted non-support Avmd tr1v1a th1s \H~ t·kt•nd . And take note of en~rythm~ J<:Oin~ on .around you. not just in \'our o\\·n urde. Pluv vnur l:drds right and yc;u ~et the pnt - · Aquarius: Social and nther ~rnup gel· tngethers draw your attentwn. Watch the wmpany you keep and hold pntenllal wnlves at arm's lengths. Aquan. Latter days call fur vi~or. decisive ar.lion, . and willin~ness to (;omprnmJse. Pisces: Like miners who pan fnrgnld, you may need In sift information to separate truth from fantasy. Later. you can mvite others In share your act. But don't let 'pm steal vour show. Or ~our thunde~ · Expect lOOMPH roller coaster by David Speer CONTRIBUTING WRITER • I predict that a mid­America theme park soon will announce plans for a roller coaster ride that will require riders to have a bona fide medical certifi­cate. The climb before the first drop will take almost two minutes and then the roller coaster will reach speeds in excess of 100 MPH. Roller coaster fans will c:ome from the far corners of the earth for this! • My ESP says there IS a scandal brewin)l among the large discount houses in the United States. A federal investigation will uncover payoffs. cheating, sex and drugs in the scandal. The investigation will result in higher prices passed on to the con· sumers. • Will churches be taxed'! I forsee that a special government study will be enacted within the next two years and it will eventually allow churches to he taxed on all property and investments not used predominatly In the"act of worship." • I sense that federal troops will be called upon to assist in "drug busts'· along both sides of the Florida coasts within the near future. Many large warehouses will be set ablaze. • I forsee more strict banking regulations in Florida. due to the vast influx of drug dollars. • And the answer to the Life Savers ESP test in my "Super Psychic column above is Cherry.· Your own mcred1ble comments and pred•ct1ons are welcome Wute The lncred•ble1 Page MONTROSE VOICE 3520 Mon­trose. Houston. TX 77006 PAGE 4 I MONTROSE VOICE I NOVEMBER 14, 1980 LATE FOR WORK AGAIN? Because you overslept? Don't Let It Happen Again. Everyday you can depend on our 24-hour telephone wake-up service to: • Call at your specified time. • Provide you a second "check-up" call. • State the day's date & each day's weather forecast. So, for as little as 39¢ each day, call us now & get one FREE wake up call at no obligation. eye-openers OF HOUSTON CALL 433-3311 "Calling to Wake You Is Our Business." NO INHIBITIONS JOCKEY SHORTS, TIGHT TRUNKS, JOCK STRAPS, LEVIS, LEATHER-ANYTHING or NOTHING .... on the big screen this week: "Alien" 'The Ultimate Baked Potato' Specials featuring giant, buttered, haked potatoes TERLINGUA SPECIAL ---·------------........ $3.25 The Chili Cookoff hasn 't seen one like this! Includes c·hili, cheddar cheese, onions, sour cream and jalapenos. ITALIANO ................................. ................... $3.25 Mama Mia! Itahan meat saut·e. mozzan•lla t·ht•t•Nt' and h latk olivt:s: add a helping of mushrooms fur a special trt:at. f){)( t·xtra. BEER STROGANOFF ............................ $3.25 Chun k~ ufh4!ef. sauteed mushrooms 1n a t·n·amy, liJ{hl garlu· sau<·e; add Swiss cheese if ynu like at ')OC t•xtra BAR-B-lJUE SPUD ................ .................. $3.25 Zesty chopped b ar-h-que; try this tasty zinl(t•r with c-hl'<ldar c·ht•t•st• and Jalapenos at !!(}( extra ORIENTAL CHICKEN AND VEGETABLES ............................................ $3.25 The S hogun's favorite; a dt•lil(htful hlt•nd of tasty l'hit•kt•n and Orit•n ta l favon tes. BROCCOLI WITH CHEESE ................ $3.25 Something healthy a nd l(reen with an Hl(cd t ht•ddar c-ht•t·S<· saun·; l(rt•at with sour cream at :!5¢ extra or mushruoms at 60¢ t•xtr a. CHINESE PEPPER STEAK .............. $3.25 St rips of beef with green peppers and a tanl(y Ont•n tal saut·t•. SEAFOOD NEWBURG .......................... $3.25 Shrimp. crabmeat and vegetables in a suhtlt• i'it•wht•rl( saun·. Open I lam to llpm da ily llam to midnig ht Friday and Saturday TAJ MAHAL ...................... -------·:····-------------$3.25 Yogurt, fresh zucchm1 and alfalfa sprouts make th1s a vegetaria n specia lity. SAUTEED M_USHROOMS .................... $3. 05 Mushrooms sauteed 1n wine, gar he and but ter , excellent with sour cream at:!!;¢ extra or Swiss c-ht•st• at f>O¢ extra. OLD-FASHIONED ................................... $2.60 The reason you buy stNlks' Ch<•ddar c-heese, c-hives, hacon hits and sour cream CHEESE SPUD ......................................... $2.25 Eac-h spud c-omt•s with om·-fourth pound nf your C'hoi<-1• of C'hNidar, C'hc•ddar With onions. mozzan•lla or Sw1ss che~se. BUILD YOUR OWN SPUD Start nut w1th tht• has it· Sl'l.l > 'N' Hl!TTEH. and add, your chmt·t•. hac·on hits, t·hiv('s, .vof..{u r t jalaJH'no JH'JlJWr~. hlack olivt•s, f..{rt•l'n ·olivt•s, alfa lfa sprouts, parmt•san cht>t•st• ran<·h stylt• d rl'ssinJ..{. sour cn•am, <'ht•t•st• and or mushrooms. HOUSE SALAD $1.50 This J..{Hrdt·n howl lndudt•s h·ttuet•. <'hNidar <'hl't'st', lwron hi ts. t·routonH, parmt•san ('ht•t•st· and ran('h dn•ssinJ..{. HOMEMADE POTATO SOUP $1.25 , A t}u('k potato !-IOU)) J..{arnishl'd with chivt•s a nd hm·on Juts. SOUP & SALAD $2.30 FROZEN YOGURT DESSERT Flavor ('ha nJ..{t's dails ('up or cont•. IMPORTED BEElt 1ndud1ng Fostt·rs. Tooht·.vs. (;rols('h and do~t•ns o f oth t·rs. Plus all hrands of I >OM ~:STJ( ' liE E 1(. En)"\ tht• <·nnvl'nil'nn· nf our l(lant rt•nch 111 nonh•r Also. of t·oursp wint•, soft d n nks. Pt·rru·r. tt•a, t·offt>t· NOVEMBER 14, 1980 I MONTROSE VOICE I PAGE 5 Walter H. Rankin Your Constable, Precinct I, thanks you for your support in the November 4th election. Endorsed by the GPC Committee for the Re-Election of Walter H. 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Wargo Sm•lh Thurs . o.e 11 Up-Front Club-43.58 Telephone Rd-- 64~0218 lalltllro-•-2123 Mlll-522·1011 Yea. oartyl CJ!-party this Sunday, celebrate our construction BATHS Arene-2700 Atbeny-520-1522 • •• ••• ••• ,1-3100 fl••••- 522-2379 "Alien" on the big screen Mon .• Tues .• Thurs. at Mldtowne see ad thls 1ssue 2306 Club-2306 Genes ... -528·6235 LOCAL EVENTS Alley Thuter-615 Texu-228·&421 MontroM Stn~s pr.e.O. the "Thr" Penny Opere • W.ct Nov 26 Astrodome-7 49-9555 un,..,., .. ,Y ol Houston vs A.ee tootbell S.t No\t 2t Pep Reily I Country Cone.-t Wed Dec: 3. ••tl't Johnny Cash. H•••n Reddy othetJ. Houston Ot-• vs P•ttsburgh football Sun , Dec 7, 22nd ennua.l B•~net Bowl football! Dec: 31 Centre! Ltbrery-500 McKinney-222· 3268 FrM eon4ucle<l bus tCNr ol Hotnlon·s hilt e.,...,,.. 10 301m I 1 lOpm, S1t NO¥ 1$ ~ S.t Nov n Calf tor ,...,....ettOns Contemporary Alta Museum-52115 Mon­trose Blvd -52&-3129 Cont.,.,porary eMP\Jbttl .n erl al"'d ondustt-.a• dM.gn. ~ 10.,.,..5pm T~ ·S.t noo~prn Sun With frM gutded lOUt e ... .,llbil tpm Wed 'Sot O..n Gou Theater-2525 Murworth- 5211-~27. ae8~1·8 "Tm Getttno My Act T~hef and Ta••ng II on IM Road'' noghlty Equtnolll Theater-3817 Wesh.ngton - 888-5829 '"The Neon Women" by Tom Eyen (euthOr of ""WotMn Sttlond 8111 ') Tl'lull ·Set thru O.C 31 Jones Hall-815 lou•s•ene-222·3415 Houston Sympflony Orenettre Set thru Mon • Nov 22·2• end Sat 1 &In Nov &30 ·n.­Nuter. c:ktr ' O.C 1•)0 Museum of Ftne Arts-1001 B•ssonnet- 52&-1361 T1rnporsry end ~men.,teOIIKhons onetud• •"9 •·Poonts of Voew Tt'le Stereograph 11'1 Am.-ce-A Culfllre• Hostory · through Sun Nov 18 •. ,.... AeeHIIOM ,, Ptlo1Q9tephy eonhnu•ng end l t'lt 81ek eolltet•on ot lmPft.NtOnllt end Potf.ll'nprtiiiOniSI paont M'IOS eonllnuong open 10.m-.spm T1111 ·Set noon·&pm Sun MUSIC Hall- 810 Bag by-222~.a1 Nets~ CoMt and lou Rltwts Fn I S.t . New 14· 1$; Red Fou Sat . Nov 12: Ashford and Simpson Sun, Nov 23. "S.•Utmenl•" Dee 3- " Nina Vence Alley Theater - 815 Texaa Ave.-228-&421 *To Grendmolher'l HouN We Go: ntghtly through Sun., No¥. 11 GrMnway 3 Theeter-GrMnway Piau Underground- 82&-3339 ·u e.g. eux FoU•" and "Ehtphent Man• ttwu Mon . Ncw 17. Houston lnt«netiOnel f'1lm f'Mttv.l Tuee No¥ 18, thru Sun Now 23 R.U Stadium-527·.a68 R•e• vtt &.)'lor tootNII Set New 1$ River Oeks Theater-2009 W Gray-524· 2175 ·nw Roc:ll..,. Fn ·Sun . No¥ 14-11. ·o.,den ot S..ury·· I "Immoral r.--· Mon Nov 17. ·Butt~ a· a "C.t one Hot T1n Roor Tuee No¥ 18_ " S..t Boy" • nd " Tf'MI HMt'l *' e lOMfy Hunt1t'"Wed Nov tt. ··crouotlron · end ~TM Btg Red one·· Thuts Nov 20. ··caoekwOtk Orange .. • nd "THlC 1138"" Fr. Ncw 21 Rothko Chapel-1.a9 Sut Roos Pamhngs by latl e~tr.et txpr...,onost AU rk Rothko •nd ~eulpturt ~ BrOil.., Obehs•·• by 8erneott Newmen. lrM. eontlnutng St. Thomas Un1verstty Art Department Gallery-3900 Yoekum ·Houston T•xes Trudy SwMtf" •xhobtllon of photos. ~ms. prmts •net P8tnt1ngs. wMII· d•ys, frH. eonllnutng Stages-709 Frenklin-225-9539 .. G1ttmg Out: thru Sun Nov 16 8nd Tl'lurs • S.t Nov 20-22 Summit- Greenway Plaza-981-9003 Bruc:• Spnngst..n Fn I S.t . Nov 14-15 Thanksgtvmg-Thurs • Nov 27 Theater Surburbte-1410 W 43rd- 882- 3525 •·s.nt• Fe Sunshone Frt I S.t thru Dee a Tower ThNter-1201 Wnthe•mer-522- 2452 ·am Gem•· une1lled Th• 8111 L1111e WhofehouM on Texu . Dec 2t-Feb a OUT -OF-TOWN EVENTS New York G• y Pr•ss Convenhon. J•n 9· 11 Other Place-1036 N Henderson. 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AI~ Th .. t•r. pt• Cld•ng "ThtH P•nny ~re Nettonel Assoctatton of Bus1ness Coun~ cils-1811 Southw.st Fwy. t10G-C PUBLICATIONS Mllltroae lolce-31120 Mo1tr111 ml-1121-1410 "The Newspaper" Is your best bet for GAY HOUSTON advertising. Deadline for next Issue: Monday. Nov. 17. 3:00 pm. Call 529-8490 for advertising or subscriptions Pegasus-P 0. Box 1313-520-80-47 TWT -3223 Smoth 1103-527· 9111 RESTAURANTS BIJI Sam's-402 Lovett-527-9866 Ber-B-Oue Rench-1525 Westhelmer- 529-2289 Bressene Restaurant-515 W Alabema- 528·87« Chepultepec Mex1can Restaurant-813 Rlchmond-522-2365 Dons Le Petots-428 Westhetmer- 523- 5595 House of Plet-3112 K.rby-528-3816 Cou•try lltcllln-11948 Al•tiii­Waatfleld lld.-<t42-9263 In North Houston. home-style cooking. at the Country­Kitchen. lpud-U-lllll-418 Weslhllmer- 520-111154 The Ultimate Baked Potato. 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Publications. catalogs, brochures. forms. see ad in this issue Manhole Clothlng-1983 W Gray-522· 1089 Michael's Mobile Olsco-808 Willerd- 528-0581 Mr. B's Carpet Cleaning-337·3169 The moat professional carpet a upholstll'y cleaning you'll ever have. Get carpetl clean lor the holidays. We cl11n 24 hours. Commercial a residential. Mr. B's. Monumentel Hot Shot (dellvertes)-7 R1ver Heven-452·4315 Preat•oe Trevel-3205 Montrose-522- 1922 0-1 lllthar- 401 Wlllllllmer- 527-9044 Record Rack- 3109 S Shepherd-524~ 3602 ll11d'1 Ill' lllop- 1812 ••• •­helmer 6 1820 Commonwe~lth- 523-2927 Reed'a Key Shop In the Montrose see ad thls Jssue Spec's (eyewear)-4709 Alchmond- 961· 9705 Sports Locker- 311 Westhetmer- 520· 6555 TLC Spectalty Shop-602 W Alablma- 524·5860 Tres Ch1c (eyeweer)- 520 Westhetmer- 526-0878 Treymen Flowers & Gtfts- 407 West· hetmer- 523-0228 Un1on Jack (ma~ clothtnQ)· ·4025 West· hetme~l·O::O:,__ ___. ;...;.:::;;;;;;,::: United Clb- 75!1-1441 United Cab. in Montrose and throughout Houston, 24 hours. 759-1441. Wilde 'n' Stein look Shop-520 Weslhelmer- 529-7014 Gay newspapers. books. magazines from around the country Want Ads FRIENDS G/W/M, 40, Aquarous. s1ncere. w1shes to meet G/W/M 25·40 GP Call 7 30 -10pm 437·0011 or weekends Roses are red, violets are blue. Some poems rhyme. Some don't Happy birthday BB W/M. 30. 5'8", 185 lbs., educated, interested in meetmg guys for partytng and froendshop. Into light S&M and a beglnntng TV Bobby, POB 10335, Houston, TX 77206 Need a roommate. employed and honest. over 25 Find a Friend, Free, In next week's Voice We're keepmg the offer open. Advertise free under the " Friends" category 1n nex t week's Vo 1ce Compliment someone, look lor someone, brag on someon e , ev en complatn about someone. Do it free in next week's Vo1ce Wnte yo ur free Want Ad out on a plam p1ece of paper Wlth your name, address, phone and Signature and mall or bnng Jt to the Montrose VoJce, 3520 Montrose, SUllO 227. Houston, TX 77006. To quellfy for a''" FrJends ad, 11 must be a non-commence•, •nd•v•duel ad. and mus1 be ma•lld or brought to our offices FOR SALE Use the Montrose Vo1ce to sell unneeded •tems from around the house Turn your junk into cash. A class1f1ed ad thes s1ze tn the next Vo1ce costs only 25C per word Mo11 (or bnng) your Vo1ce Wont Ad to Montrose Vo1ce. 3520 Montrose. Houston. TX 77006. Or phone 529· 8490 Montrose bar for sole Senous mqu~r1es only. 528-9423. 10am-5pm. GAY CALENDER '81 365 delightful days of Gay History Wilde ·n· Stein Books 520-B Westheimer Houston. TX 77006 $5.95 ($7.50 by mail) Ads by the Inch. You can really stand out with your Voice Want Ad. The rate is $8 per column inch. Order by the word or by the mch The Vo1ce Wanl Ads will work. Call 529-8490 NOTICES Attention organllal1ons Send us notices on your meetings There's no· charge for publicity. Thai's whol we're here for. SUBSCRIBE TO OR ADVERTISE IN THE MONTROSE VOICE SIMPLY BY PICKING UP YOUR PHONE AND CALUNG 529-8490 Office hours: Monday-Friday, noon-Spm Adverllstng and subscnpt1ons rece1ved prior 3:00 p.m Monday. Nov. 17. will begm with Montrose Vo1ce 114. released Fnday. 3:00 p.m .. Nov. 21 Ask Gladys Love and sex, not the same by Amazing Gladys CONTRIBUTING WRITER Q. Dear Gladys: I've got this problem. My lover and I have been together for two years and are faithful to each other. However, lately at work. this one guy, named Mike, has been asking me out and over to his place. He's a real doll and I feel good when I around him. If I accept his invitation, and my lover finds out, it could be the end of our two­year relationship. My lover's just that way. What can I do to get my lover to accept the fact that I can have sex with other guys. -B.L. Dear B.L.: How would you feel if the wheels were changed. That is, if it were your lover who's about to hop into the sack with Mike. You would be hurt, but this is 1980 America. And Love and Sex have been discovered not to be I he same thing. Impersonal sex is good, healthy and enjoyable. And so is love. However, there's a problem here. With this Mike, who you work with everyday, it's not about to be impersonal. And that would not be fair to your other half-as long as he's your other half. Satisfy your sexual fantasy urges with someone else, not Mike. Your lover is more likely to accept that, if he finds out. u .... o ... htfnlht wnnlrl not NOVEMBER 14, 1980 I MONTROSE VOICE I PAGE 7 Local media-monitoring group fonning "The media has a major role in shaping what society views as normal and acceptable. The media often reflects very traditional views and presents those outside the mainstream of suburban society as less than desirable or simply non-existent," says William ). Jackson. who along with Pam )ones, have announced they will form a news media relations group. The organization will be called Lesbian and Gay Media Advocates of Houston, Jackson said. "We're forming to monitor the representation of lesbians and gay men in the media and to respond. letting the media know how we feel about that protrayal," he said, adding that one task of the group will be to increase the visibility of gay people in accept an "affair" [which is what it would be) with Mike. And now that we have this settled, you can send Mike to me. Q, Dear Gladys: Are you supposed to be a serious column or a funny column. Are your letters real? Or do you make them up? Rosebud Deer RB: Are you supposed to be a serious question or a funny question? Are you real? Or did you just make vourself up? local Houston publications and on broadcast stations. Another goal of the group. Jackson said, will be "to assure that we are accurate­ly shown as taking part in every segment of life: working in the business world, living in the inner city and the suburbs, having many of the same goals and frustrations as others." The organizers said they will encourage gay people to write letters to local publications and broadcast stations. Organization members may also pay personal visits to media outlets to discuss needs. Those interested in attending the initial organizational meeting of the group can contact Jackson or Jones by writing P.O. Box 56641, Houston, TX 77056. Confidential to Love•ick on Greu•tark: It was Alvin and the Chipmunks on the stereo that turned him off. you fool. Next time. put on the disco music. Q. Dear Gladys: My mother is here for a visit and found my bottle of poppers. She demands to know what the stuff is. What do I tell her. -Ben Den Ben: Tell her to take a big whiff. Go I a quest1on for Gladys? Wnte the old g~rl c/o MONTROSE VOICE. 3520 Montrose. su1te 227. Houston. rx 77006 Get Involved. The Montrose Voiee is ~our eommunft~ newspaper. Help us out. We eould use ~our talents in man~ areas. Writers, photographers, advertising salespeople and go-fers. Modest lees paid lor services. 1n auto 1s an expert 1n repa1r. re-key and ma1ntenance servtces for all types of locks and fasteners 1612 Westhelmer-1620 Commonwealth Mon -Sat .. 9am-6pm-523-2927 PAGE 8 I MONTROSE VOICE I NOVEMBER 14, 1980 Hot Chocolate is . Home to Stay SUNDAY SHOW 10PM NOV.16 ALSO ~IARRIN~ Lisa King Jessica Landa Michael Andrews OLD 2020 Kipling 522-2353 ----- on 10¢ Bar Drinks oJ RAY WEAVER • Every Wednesday Light Technician LEE POWERS $2 cover
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