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Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981 - File 012. 1981-05-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 1, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1535/show/1529.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 8, 1981
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 012
Transcript Montrose Classified May 8,1981 Montrose Voice / Page 11 BUSINESS OWNERS: (1) We list free each week (a) all business establishments serving as distribution points for the newspaper, (b)current display advertisers (c) selected other establishments and (d) selected special events. (2) We list free each week, in bold, larger type, information about all current display advertisers (those purchasing a minimum of 1 Ifith page). (.'J) Space in the directory is also SOLD at the rate of 25« per word (7-point regular type) or $8 per inch (varied larger type) for one-time insertion OR 20* per word or $7 per inch per issue for thirteen or more consecutive issues, paid in advance. (4) Call 529-8490, l-8pm, for more information. • indicates MONTROSE VOICE distri- bution point. Deadlines for next issues: Tues., 7pm, May 12, for issue #29 to be released Fri. afternoon, May 15; Tues., 7pm, May 19, for issue #30 to be released Fri. afternoon, May 22. AUTO REPAIR CULLEN Paint & Body Shop—1610 Crawford— 650.1885 Custom painting, insurance repairs, free estimates. •STUDZ Nean—1132 W. Alabama Gay men exclusively. EYEWEAR •TRES CHIC (eyewear)-520 Westheimer—526-0878 FLOWERS •FRIDAY'S Florist—1338 Westheimer— 524.6518 Flowers in Montrose, or across the country. Call Friday's Florist. FOR SALE GOT SOMETHING to sell? Sell it in the Voice where you'll now reach 14,000 of your neighbors. GAY BARS BEDDING •HOUSE OF BEDS-2115 Norfolk- 527-9352, 529-3652 Special prices on Simmons & Spring Air Bedding at the House of Beds. See our ad elsewhere this issue. BOOKS •WILDE 'N' STEIN-520 Westheimer- 529-7014 Exclusively gay. CLOTHING We sell Frye men's western boots. See our ad elsewhere this issue. • A PLACE IN TIME-1409 Richmond Gigantic selection of used clothing at A Place in Time. See our ad elsewhere this issue. •SPORTS LOCKER—311 Westheimer— D20-656E DATING SERVICES "A New Way to Meet Friends" For information send SASE & $1 to Alternative Connections Box 10, 1713 Westheimer Houston. TX 77098 CONFIDENTIAL LAMBDA COMP-721-5583 New in Town? Problems Meeting People? Call Lamodacomp. 721-5583. EROTICA •ADONIS NeWi—1407 Richmond—523- 0494 . .ASYLUM Hf.okHtore-1201 Richmond •BALL PARK Booksto«-1830 W. Alabama ___—^— •DINER'S News—240 Westheimer— 528-6960 .,., ^FRENCH QUARTER Theater- 3201 Louisiana-527-0782 George Payne in "Kiss Today Goodbye" and Victor Houston in "Topman" now showing at the French Quarter. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay men exclusively, full length all-male •BABYLON-300 Westheimer-526- 6651 "Texas Entertainment Spectacular of the Year" Monday and Tuesday at Babylon. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay men predominantly; after-hours Fri. & Sat. evenings; impersonation show Sun. evening with Hot Chocolate, Naomi Sims; "Texas Entertainment Spectacular of the Year" Mon. & Tues, eveningB; 10c drink special Wed. evening with guest DJ Jon Mott; Mr. & Ms. Gay Pride Week Contest May 28; cover charge nightly. •BAJA'S-402 Lovett—527-9866 Live piano entertainemnt nightly; Champagne brunch Sun. afternoon. •XBARN—710 Pacific—528-9427 Gay men predominantly; buffet Sun. afternoon; color night & pool tournament Mon. evening; margarita & steak night Tues.; schnapps night Wed.; steak night Thurs.; home of the Mustangs. •BRAZOS RIVER BOTTOM-2400 Brazos—528-9192 Gay men predominantly; Randy Allen & the Double Eagle Band Fri. & Sat. evenings; mud wrestling Sat. afternoon; Ab ana the Rebel Outlaws Sun. afternoon & Thurs. evening; beer bust & hot dogs Sun. afternoon; 50<t drinks Mon. & Tues. evening; dance lessons Tues. evening; Colt 45 skate night Tues. evening; steak night Wed.; pool tournament Thurs. evening; home Colt 45 Motorcycle Club; Lance Lalor appreciation party May 19. •BRIAR PATCH—2294 W. Holcombe- 665-9678 Buffet Sun. afternoon & Tues. evening; video movies Sun afternoon; "Midnight Bowlers Special" Mon. evening; pool lournament Wed. evening. •BUNKHOUSE-1704 WeBtheimer- 520-1818 Taped and live-play DJ music by Mike Drewett; drink special Sun. evening. •CHICKEN COOP-535 Westheimer- 526-2240 Liquor and beer busts Sat. & Sun. afternoons; pool tournament Tues. evening. •COPA-2631 Richmond—528-2259 Disco nightly with Ric Harvey & Lee Powers on sound & lights; after-hours Fri. & Sat. nights; impersonation show Sun. evening with Donna Day & Ernes tine; Ernestine & amateur impersonation show Tues. evening; 20* well dnnks Wed. & Thurs. evenings; cover charge nightly. COVE—2912 8. Shepherd—524-6170 •DIFFERENT DRUM—1732 West- heimei—528-8508 American Leathermen Slave Auction Friday at the Drum. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay men exclusively; dress code evenings; live-play DJ Bobby Konrad; American Leathermen Slave Auction Fri. evening; after-hours Fri. & Sat. evenings; beer Dusts Sat. & Sun. afternoons- liquor special Mon. evening; beer special Tues. evening; club night Wed.; home American Leathermen. ixDIRTY SALLY'S-220 Avondale- 529-7525 a . _ . Liquor bust & hot dogs Sat. & Sun afternoons; oldie music night Mon.; steak night Wed. ____ •E/J's-1213 Richmond—527-9071 •AEXILE—1011 Bell—659-0453 Ab & the Rebel Outlaws Fri. & Sat. evenings; 7pm buffet & 8:30pm impersonation show with "Little Bobby" Sun ■ color night Monday; Randy Allen and the Double Eagle Band Thurs. evening; home Texas Riders. •GALLEON—2303 Richmond—522- 7616 Gay men predominantly; venereal disease testing 9pm-lam Fri.; buffet Thurs. evening. •GRANT STREET STATION-911 Fairview-528-8342 •THE HOLE-109 Tuam-528-9066 The Hole's New Patio is Open. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Schnapps special weekday afternoons; beer specials Sat. & Sun. afternoons; spaghetti night Thurs. •JUST MARION & LYNN'S—817 Fairview—528-9110 Gay women predominantly- •KINDRED SPIRITS-5245 Buffalo Speedway—665-9756 Gay women predominantly. •LAMPOST—2417 Times. Blvd.—528- 8921 Gay women predominantly. • XMARY*S-1022 Westheimer- 528-8851 Shop Mary's after- hours 7 nights See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay men predominantly; taped music by Larry Fought & after-hours nightly; Gay Pride Week 1980 slide show Sat.; beer bust Sun. afternoon; "Blythe Spirit" movie 10:30pm Tues.; Gay Pride Week police raid commemoration night June 18; home Houston Motorcycle Club. •XMIDNITE SUN—534 WeBtheimer- 526-7519 Impersonation shows Sun. & Wed. evenings. •MONTROSE MINING CO.—805 Pacific-529-7488 Gay men predominantly; beer bust Sun. afternoon. Justine Band Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights at Our Place. Justine Band Fri.. Sat. & Thurs. evenings; pool tourney Wed. evening. •PARADE—1416 Richmond—520-1646 After-hours always, at the Parade. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Disco with Otis James, Frank Collins & Phillip Large on sound, Frank Whitten on lights; after-hours nightly; beer bust Sun. evening; Disco Grandma Gay Pride Week special 9pm Sun.; closed Mon.- Wed.; Mechene shop opens Thurs. evening; Thelma Houston concert May 20; Patio opens May 25; Viola Wills concert May 27; cover charge nightly •PINK ELEPHANT—1218 Leeland- 659-0040 A Montrose Alternative—The Pink Elephant See our ad elsewhere this issue. "Playgirl Follies" Sat.; gay men predominantly. •RANCH-66201/; Main-528-8730 Happy hour all day & night Mon.; pool tourney Tues. evening; schnapps special all day Wed. & Thurs. ^^ •ROCKVS-Mie W. Dallafl-528-8922~ Gay women exclusively, •SADDXE CLUB—911 W. Drew—52& 9261 Live country band Fri., Sat. & Sun. evenings; color night Sun. evening; dance contest Mon. evening; pool tourney Tues. evening; beer bust Wed. evening; bare chest night Thur*. evening. On your way back from the Beach— the South 40 See our ad elsewhere this issue. Hot dogs and beer Bpecial Sun. •TWINS-535 Wefltheimer-522-6058 ~~ Gay women predominantly; 25* drinks Wed. evening; western night Thurs. Crossword Here is the fourth in our series of the exclusive Montrose Crossword. Some clues and answers deal with Montrose people and places. The others are standard crossword clues and answers. The solution appears elsewhere in this issue. ACROSS 1 Grasshopper's cousin 7 CityfSp.) 13 British insurer 14 Decorated 15 Most ages 16 Scoops 17 Mao tung 18 Stonewall ■ 2 1 ' 1 f ■ 1 ' ij ■' '■ 13 " " ■e " II II ^B L^Ll 12 | 1 ?' 125 M 2' ^m ■■ n 30 3: 32 33 2* 35 36 | H H 39 L^l r' 42 j <j M <i • 6 ' T^T U M 11 5: 63 TbT SI a K H 20 Sketch 21 Spiney 24 Wilson's thrust 27 Sex lubricant 28 Eroded 32 Having auricles 33 Quashes 34 Complain 35 Voices 36 Indian coin 37 Laugh syllable 39 Stir the fire 40 The Broken Obelisk at Rothko Chapel is really just a big broken 43 Fast aircraft (abbr.) 46 Italian house 47 Ideal gas condition (abbr.) 50 Waitress at a Prince's Hamburgers 52 Roman orator 55 Bird 56 Fill with love 57 What bartenders get 58 Text of a play DOWN 1 Coagulate 2 Infirmities 3 System of signals 4 Affirmative replj 5 Dentist's degree (abbr.), as with our own Dr. Ronald M. Butlei 6 Houston pro base bailer 7 Westheimer Art 8 Angry 9 Conjunction (Ger.) 10 Spanish painter 11 Egyptian sun disk 12 The editor's 19 Irritate 21 Surgical saw 22 Jekyll's opposite 23 Lived 24 Compact Chevrolet 25 Deserve 26 Eire 29 Director Preminger 30 Chess piece 31 Being (Lat.) 33 Flower holder 37 Stacked 38 Commercials in the Voice 41 French school 42 Shoe fastener 43 Native of Dundee 44 Hindu garment 45 Jaunt 47 Half (prefix) 48 Too much (Ft.) 49 Harbor city 51 Flight 53 Incorporated (abbr.) 54 Sedan To advertise in the Montrose Voice, your community newspaper, call 529-8490 daily l-8pm. The Voice is the Choice, read by 14,000 of your neighbors each week.
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