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Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981 - File 016. 1981-05-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1535/show/1533.

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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 016
Transcript May 8,1981 / Montrose Voice / Page 15 Wallflowers OPERA MUSIC it 3f 95£ 60fcS IM OrJE AMP OUT THE OTHER © 1981 Suburban Features Answ« r to Puule c 1 C • 0 □ B 1 U 0 A I) I 1 o Y D n r H N A T 1 odd r.iuno oran QnnnnnE an cudu F A H F D QODBD PIE ■■■a Al rnnoonn uLiu Bonn uuu o H | O ■ N A M U ■ T 1 P P E>o|s C H 1 P T TWT-3223 Smith «103—527-yiu RESTAURANTS .BAJA*S—402 Lovett-527-9866 •BAR-B-QUE RANCH-1525 We. heimer—529-2289 Good Texas Barbeque at the Bar-B-Que Ranch. • CRON1ES-1322 Westheimer- 522-1521 Cronies has new Summer Menu! See our ad elsewhere this issue. After-hours Fri. & Sat. evenings; champagne brunch Sun. afternoons. Liver & Onion Special Wednesday at the Steamtable. See our ad elsewhere this issue. iSTEAK 'N' EGG-4231 Montrose-528- 8135 ROOMMATES Roommate Connections Share expenses, build a friendship. We provide the referrals with references, photos and all appropriate information. Professional Screening. 526-8002. SCHOOLS • BLUE WATER Diving School- Weatheimer at Montrose—528-0634 SHOPS •AI L THAT GLITTERS (gilts)—4325 Montrose-5226976 ■FACETS (gifts)—l412 Westheimer— 523-1412 • TEXAs~jUNK_CO.-Taft al Welch-524-6257 Come Shop With Us—Texas Junk Company. See our ad elsewhere this issue. TALENT AGENCIES GARY CHASON & Associates-2620 Fountainview #222—789-4003 LONE STAR Syndicate (talent agency)—527 Westheimer—528-6556 Lone Star Syndicate Texas co-op talent referral & directory tours, promo concepts, career direction, full phase production, concerts, theme parties, special projects, private classes in improvisation, comedy and acting Call Tina, 528*6556, 10 to 5 Plus art direction graphic deisgn, logos, pasteup, photographer, ad campaigns, by appointment only TAXI UNITED Cab—759-1411 United Cab, in Montrose and throughout Houston, 24 hours. 759-1441. TRAVEL AGENCY PRESTIGE Travel-3205 Montrose—522-1922 Prestige Travel Agency in Montrose. See our ad elsewhere this issue. TYPESETTING & GRAPHICS •MONTROSE VOICE Typesetting— 3520 Montrose, #227—529-8490 Fast, accurate, computerized typesetting—and printing. Small and large jobs. Publications, catalogs, brochures, forms. We specialize in complicated, unusual projects. Let us give you a bid. YARD & GARAGE SALES HAVING A YARD SALE next week? Get it listed here in the Voice's new Yard Sale listings. Call 529-8490 by 7pm Tuesday to De in Friday's paper. MontroseArt Art This Week in Montrose (Friday, May8, through Thursday, May 14) Art League of Houston—1953 Montrose—523-9530 All Media Open Show 10:00am- 4:00pm Friday, noon-4:00pm Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm Monday through Thursday. Boulevard Gallery—1526 Heights Blvd.—869-8733 Helen Orman collages, Elizabeth Hedley paintings, Tina Escudero weavings and Gary Huntoon pottery 10am-5pm Friday and Saturday, llam-5pm Sunday and 10am-5pm Tuesday through Thursday. Contemporary Arts Museum— 5216 Montrose Blvd.— 526-3129 The Americans: The Landscape photography exhibition in the Upstairs Gallery; Sylvia Mangold: Nocturnal Paintings in the Downstairs Gallery, 10:00am- 5:00pm Friday and Saturday, noon-6:00pm Sunday, and 10:00am-5:00pm Tuesday through Thursday. Cronnin Gallery —2008 Peden-526-2548 Richard Avedon: Fashions and Portraits 10am-5pm Friday, Saturday and Tuesday through Thursday. Fine Arts & Collectors Gallery—1776 Montrose— 527-8367 Ira Horvitz and Ron Ratliff oils and Andreas Hadjialexiou pastels 10am-5pm Friday, Saturday and Tuesday through Thursday. Harris Gallery-HOO Bissonnet—522-9116 Larry SamuelB paintings and prints 10am-6pm Friday and Saturday, l-6pm Sunday, and 10am- 6pm Tuesday through Thursday. Hooks-Epstein Gallery— 1200 Bissonnet-522-0718 Polychrome wood sculpture and watercolors by Jacqueline Fogel daily Friday, Saturday and Tuesday through Thursday. James-Atkinson Gallery— 2015 W. Gray-527-8061 French and American Impressionists 10:30am-4pm daily except Sunday and Monday. L'Atelier —1513 W. Alabama—522-7988 Works by Dan Allison, Gary Huntoon and Marie Letermie llam-6pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Thursday. Mancini Gallery of Pho- tograpy—The Plaza, 5020 Montrose—522-2949 Joan Myers photographs 10am- 5pm daily except Sunday and Monday. Moody Gallery—2015-J W. Gray-526-9911 Artists from the Linda Durham Gallery of Santa Fe 10am-5:30pm Friday and Saturday. Museum of Fine Arts—1001 Bissonnet-526-1361 Herbert Ferber: Sculpture, Painting Drawing 1945-1980: Upper Brown GaUery.New Accessions in Photography: Lower Brown Corridor; Ambroise Vollard: Library Gallery (Friday, Saturday and Sunday only); Frederick Sommer at 75: A Retrospective photography: Romansky Galleries (Friday, Saturday and Sunday only); Early Chinese Art Selections from the Asia House Rockefeller Collection: Lovett Oriental Gallery; Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Selections from the Beck Collection: Jones and Masterson Galleries; 10:00am-5:00pm Friday and Saturday, noon-6:00pm Sunday, and I0:00am-5:00pm Tuesday through Thursday. Rothko Chapel—1409 Sul Ross Mark Rothko abstract expressionist paintings and Barnett Newman's Broken Obelisk sculpture. St. Thomas University Art Dept. Gallery-3900 Yoa- kum-522-7911 ext. 292 Graduating Seniors Art Show 10am-4:30pm Friday and Saturday, 12-6pm Sunday and 10am- 4:30 Monday through Thursday. Speedby's Old Print Gal- lery-2015-F W. Gray-521- 9652 Will Bradley art nouveau prints 10am-5pm daily except Sunday and Monday. Texas Gallery—2012 Peden— 524-1593 Houses for Sale architectural designs llam-6pm daily except Sunday and Monday. Samantha Reads Your Stars If you woro born this wook: Keep your quarters jiggling in your pockets, and tempting opportunities may pay off. When opportunity calls, catch it on the first wink. Later, the moon is up to tricks. perhaps some of them as exciting as the one you had last week. ARIES: You could be plagued by foot-in-mouth disease in weekend ahead if you're not careful. Avoid being too critical, and try to be tactful instead of blunt. Days include financial news and an unexpected errand or two. TAURU5: Weekend tip-toes in with secrets. Don't believe everything you hear, even if it is from a Hunk. Examine your material and personal priorities thoroughly; you may need to make a few switches. (That's "switches," not "swishes.") Days end in a flurry, a frazzle and a flip. GEMINI: You've been burning the candle at both ends again. Watch it, or your swash may buckle, Give yourself a present and get in some well-deserved R&R. Then you'll be ready when latter days bring lots of excitement. MOONCHILD: Your weekend may hold tricky potholes and disguised pitfalls. Use of good judgment is important, and you should take nothing for granted. Later, look for an instant replay. Some weekends are like that. LEO: Keep an eye on a new person in your life. This one will assume greater and greater importance as time goes on. Later, you may be invited to come aB your are. VIRGO: Past experiences can help you realize that a terrible tornado is just a littl ol' tempest in a teapot. Stand firm; you don't have to head for the root cellar! However, you could see a riptide of emotions. LIBRA: Fulfill a certain responsibility and you'll receive an unexpected bonus. Intricate social maneuverings require perception to figure out. Not a hard job for you. Later, good vibes carry you through the weekend. SCORPIO: Your ESP may be fairly strong, even if you just call it "hunches." You sometimes go to extremes in being either too trusting or too skeptical. You are often guided more by your emotions than by logic, although your mind is definitely one of the best there is. SAGITTARIUS: You sometimes butt your head against stone walls. And you may be doing just that this weekend, at a certain prospect. CAPRICORN: Objectivity is important this weekend, in all your affairs of the heart. Your subjective impressions are too likely to . be colored. Step back and be pleasantly surprised. AQUARIUS: Love makes a request of you and, if you're as smart as I suspect, you'll answer affirmatively. Your current fantasy may be in for a shock treatment. PISCES: Confusing news arrives; rely on your common sense to help straighten it out. Then, don't be put off by one who doesn't seem to care which way the wind blows—that's all a facade. Days close happily. Trend Gay political strength to continue growing "Trend" is column that each issue gives you a final thought to ponder. This column is a joint effort by the staffof the VOICE. A prediction: Ronald Reagan, if he survives the full four years in office, will decide not to seek reelection. Despite four years of conservative government, the country, it will be obvious, will be more liberal—socially—than ever. Despite the fact that the Reagan administration will have performed miracles with the American economy, people will be climbing all over each other (statement borrowed from author Gore Vidal) to vote Democratic—perhaps Kennedy in the national Presidential election. There will be an unsuccessful draft-Carter movement. Democrats will also do well on the local level, but not as they will in national elections. Will gay people stay politically organized over the next few years? Yes, more so than ever, in the major cities. In San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and Seattle, it will be impossible to win a city-wide election if your opponent has the unified endorsement of the local gay political groups. Also in Washington, Miami and Philadelphia, gay political power will be strong, but reactionary forces making gay people an issue will still be able to win some elections in those cities.
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