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Montrose Voice, No. 164, December 16, 1983 - File 024. 1983-12-16. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/143/show/141.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 164, December 16, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Hyde, Robert
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 16, 1983
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 024
Transcript Dec. 16,1983 / Montrose Voice 23 EXPRESSION STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHY Give yourself this Christmas—a portrait. 524-0223. LOOKING FOR LOVE Country GWM, 33. 5'9". 140 lbs.. BRW/BLU, moustache, looking for same, 30-36. 528-7650. THE TEXAS LINEMAN Let us fulfill your erotic phone fantasies Mastercard and Visa accepted. 960-8082 See display ad in this issue. FREE VIDEO MOVIES Will (ilm good looking gay singles or couples in any desirable scene (713) 789- 4696, RELATIONSHIP WANTED Am 21.5'9", 1451b Mex, Am. wish to meet GWM. 21-30 for relationship Am sincere, loving, trusting and affectionate. Serious. Write with photo please. Johnny, c/o ad 162-Montrose Voice. PRISONER SEEKS HELP Gay TDC Prison inmate requires moral and financial support to process appeal to US Supreme Court. Landmark decision would prevent being gay as admissable evidence to support conviction on totally unrelated matter. Will respond to all inquiries. Any financial help graciously accepted, and somehow repaid. Carl E. Jordan 352893-A. Route #4, Box 1100. Rosharon, TX 77583. SPANISH SPEAKING ACTIVIST Wanted to share trips by bus/train to Mexico. John, 523-9061, evenings. NEED A MAN Help! I'm 27, alone, looking. Enjoy some bars, quiet times. Just want someone nice, masculine, between 25 and 55 Call and keep trying—529-8807. By the by, I'm cute, too. PRIVATE GAY CLUBS ■ Club Houston Baths—2205 Fannin"—659-4998 • French Quarter Theater—3201 Louisiana— 527-0782 • Midtowne Spa—3100 Fannin—522-2379 • 2306 Club 2306 Genessee 528-6235 RESTAURANTS • Luiflis Beef House—2703 Montroae • gers—1303 Westheimer—528-6823 •One's a Meal-2019 W Gray-523-8432 •Perky's—Richmond at Kirby—524-0Q7S • Rascals-2702 Kirby—524-6272 • Second Verse- 3619 Washington •Spanish Flower—3921 Main • Spud-U-L-ke—416 Wesrheirr • Slar Piz2a-2H1 NortoIk—523-0800 •Steak n' Egg—4231 Montrose—528-8135 • Tim'a Coffee Shop—1525 Westheimer—529- 2289 SERVICES, ETC. MEN AGAINST DECEPTION Are you tired of being screwed the wrong way? Men Against Deception is a new support group dealing with healthy relationships. Write Box 541871. Houston 77254 with phone number LETS MEET GWM, 21.6', 150 lbs. seeks men 18-28 for friendship, tun 524-3590. Jeff fWANT YOU GWM. 36, wants to meet younger GWM for lasting relationship. Call 529-7576. • Boulevard Cafe—BOB Lovett—521-1015 •ChapuTtapec—613 Richmond—522-2365 •Cultured Cow—2388 Rice • Frankie's—Montrose al Westheimer—529- • Matt Garner BBQ—138_WGray •Greek Island—302 Tuam-522-7040 • House of Pies-3112 Kirby" 528-3816 " • La Jalciense—1308 Monlrose—524-8676 ESALEN MASSAGE FOR relaxation. Professional masseur Nonsexual James Buechler. 526-1649. 781- 8031. patrTcia an neok ane Attorney at law. 526-7911. ATTORNEY Jerry Garrett, 4803 Montrose, Suite 11, 526-5237. EXPRESSION STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHY Professional portfolios priced right. 524- 0223. MICATEX VIDEO INVENTORIES^^ Best proof of insurance for valuables, collectibles. Proof of lease property condition prior to lease. Call (713) 669-9355 for information or write Box 271394, Houston 77277. INEXPENSIVE AUTO SERVICES Tun^ups. oil change & lube, minor repairs, brake jobs, cleanup—inside & out. K&P Automotive. 285-1811. MONTROSE CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISING RATES Placing a Ciassifisd Other than a Personals? Read this: ■ANNOUNCEMENTS ■ CARS & BIKES ■ DWELLINGS & ROOMMATES ■ EMPLOYMENT & JOBS WANTED ■ FOR SALE, MISC. ■ MODELS, ESCORTS, MASSEURS ■ 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 makS 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 U PERSONALS ? Read this: RATE: Up to 3 words in boid and up tG 15 !cta! 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 Blind 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 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. The Free offer does not apply to Personals phoned in. You will be charged the same rate as other types of Classifieds. (free or 30«/word) (free or 30«/word) (30»/word) - (30C/word) - (30t/word) . (up to 3 normal-size words in bold capitals) bold headline at $2 __ words at 30* each (use additional paper il necessary) Name Address Blind Box at $3 per issue Total times weeks Amount enclosed (d check o money order, a cash in person D VISA charge n MasterCard charge) — If charging by credit card: # __ exp date Mail or bring to Montrose Voice, 3317 Montrose #204, Houston, TX 77006 HEALTH HAVEN For all vitamins, minerals and cosmetic needs. 1828 Fairview. 528-4064. Bring in ad for tree vitamin C ROLLERSKATE! Skates available for hire at your party! Special group rates (or the holiday season Five pairs—$25 minimum. ID required 686-5375. CARPET CLEANING Free estimates. Von Schrader equipment. Quality work Gene Scaff or Dave Kellie Best Carpet Cleaners. 524-9294. MOVEMASTERS Hauling, packing supplies, too 1925 Westheimer 521-3155. eCntiers—626 Hawthorne—529-8299 • Cut Flowers—5015 Montroae—522-1775 epramairha gitta—3224 Yoakum—526-5457 • Gpoflia'a-1004 California—524-5555 •Gracielynn Books-704 Fairvww-522-7695 •Health Seekers—w Alabama at s Shepherd •House ot Corlee Beans—2520 Rice •Houston Home * Garden—2476 Bolsover • Kroner—33QQ Montroae •A Moveable Feast—3827 Punlavy • Possessions—4412 Monlrose— 526-3094 •Lionel Hair Peaign—3220 Yoakum-526-4494 • Neanown Garage-1901 Tafl-523-2794 •Rons Hair & Skin Care-1310 Hawthorne— 521-3000 • Tatt Automotive—1411 Tafl—522-2190 SHOPS & STORES •Antique Comer—1921 Westheimer—522-6087 ■Asylum Adult Bookstore—1201 Richmond • Ball Park Adult Bookstore—1830 W Alabama •TLC—602 W Aleb»ma-S24-5860 • The T.re Piece—1307 Fairview—529-1414 • Union Jack clothing—l2t2Westheimer—528- • Viilage Ciecse Siop-2484 Bolsover •Waugh Drive Liquor—1402 Welch •Westheimer Flee Market—1733 Westheimer n the Moon—1905 w Alabama—529- TRAVEL •Books—Kirby at Westheimer • Boulevard-Plaza Hotel 5020 Montrose • Cactus Records -W Alabama at SrnapherrJ •Cobweb Liquors—2036 Westheimer—526- TRAVEL CONSULTANTS Complete travel arrangements. All services are tree. 2029 Southwest Fwy 529- 6464. • Travel Consultants-2029 SW Fwy-529-8464 Fortunes By Tycho For Friday evening, December 16. 1983, through Friday evening. December 23. 1983: ARIES—When a problem pops up that requires your attention, take care of it and get it out of the way. Once this is done, you can get back to that fascinating life of yours. A Taurus or a Scorpio or both (!) could play prominent parts now. TAURUS—Your emotions may go on a roller-coaster ride now When the ups and downs subside a bit, you"ll be ableto make some important decisions. Stay close to your partner, and be receptive to advice and counsel. Steady words will calm that queasy feeling. GEMINI—The powerful love you've been making opens up new vistas and channels. Anything seems possible. As you approach the making of a big decision, show some caution and consideration for what its outcome will mean in the future. With this beautiful present, use foresight. CANCER—Though you've been feeling a bit pushy and argumentative, you"d be a lot better off trusting your intuition instead of trying to analyze everything. You won't see eye to eye with co-workers, but at home it will all be heart-to-heart, LEO—You're going to a party where anything could happen, and something probably will. Since you love to be the life of the party, go ahead and indulge yourself. Take some time out from your puzzle-solving and have some fun. VIRGO—Now you're learning that you were right to keep your expectations high. Closeness and consultation with family members is bringing results that are even better than you thought. The season of memory finds you remembering all sorts of wonderful things. LIBRA—/n your sign all week: Mars. Christmastime brings up all sorts of feelings, so don't stuff away that anger. It could interfere with your enjoying the holidays! Once you've cleared the air, all of the giving and receiving will get going with a bang! SCORPIO—In your sign all week: Pluto and Saturn. Nothing too wild or woolly is right for Scorpio these days. Your flair for the eccentric and bizarre has cooled to the point that what you want and need is the sure thing. This approach brings with it a kind of calm that will see you through the year's end. SAGITTARIUS—In your sign this week: Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune (all week) and the Sun (leaves next Thursday morning, Dec. 22). The beauty of the childlike quafity that embues yourspirit now doesn't mean you should be childish and hang on to old patterns. Take the best of the child and of the adult you've become, and see the new you that's rapidly emerging, CAPRICORN—In your sign this week: The Sun (enters next Thursday morning, Dec. 22). The business of business is business. Enough of the busy work—you've decided to make firm and considered decisions that will affect the course of the new year. You can push yourself hard, now. but lighten up on others. Take command gracefully. AQUARIUS—There are two sides to every story, and you cant decide which is the right one. Perhaps it's both (each in its own way). For now, you ought to indulge those dreams and fantasies of the future. Embellish the present with possibilities. PISCES—Your private life is virtually nonexistent. The group—co-workers, family, friends, etc.—is everything. Rather than feeling infringed on, see and feel this time as a chance for communion and togetherness. Change your mind and watch your heart follow. • 1983 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE
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