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Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983 - File 032. 1983-06-24. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1787/show/1785.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 24, 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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Transcript JUNE 24, 1983 / MONTROSE VOICE 31 Lesbian/Gay Resource Service—University of Houslon, 4800 Calhoun, box 309, 77004—749- 1253 Texas Gay/Lesbian Task Force—869-7231. 868- Lutherans Concerned—meels al Grace Lutheran Church. 2515 Waugh—521-0663, 453-1143: meeting 2nd 4 4th Tues. evenings • Metropolian Community Church of theResiJr" rection (MCCR)—1919 Decatur—861-9149: pot- luck dinner 7:30pm 1st Sat. monthly, services 10:45am ft 7:15pm Sun. & 7:15pm Wed ; membership inquirers class 4pm Sun: education classes Tues. & Wed. eves Montrose Chorsle and Bayou B'lu—Robert Moon, dir.. 521-2006: rehearsal 7:30-10pm Wed. at Bering Church, 1440 Harold; in concert wilh Montrose Symphonic Band and Kindred Spirits Ensemble in "Festival Chorus," Fred Paez Memorial Concert, June 25 at Cullen Auditorium. UofH main campus Montrose Cloggers; affiliate of l/H Inc.: meeta Friday eves Bering Church Activities Bldg.. 3405 Mulberry Montrose Civic Club: see Neartown Association • Montrose Clinic-104 Westheimer-528-5531: open weekdays lOam-Spm (except Wed.) and weekday eves 6:30-9 30pm, women's emphasis program 1-Spm Sun. Montrose Counseling Center—900 Lovetl #203—529-0037. AIDS victim support group meets 6;30pm Mondays Montrose Singers—John-Michael Albert al 749- 2832 day. 791-9496 evenings: rehearsal Mon evenings, Bering Church. 1440 Harold Montrose Spoils Association (MSA)—622-3304 Monlrose Tennis Club—Jim at 527-9178: plays Sundays. I0:30am-1:30pm, MacGregor Park MSA/Monday Nighl Bowling—play* at Stadium Bowl. 8200 Braesmain-528-4576 or 499-9036 Unitarian/Universal ist Gay Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin—520-9767, 528- 5842 meeling 3rd Sun afternoons Weslayan Fellowship—864-8899 Women's Lobby Alliance—4 Chelsea—521-0439 Your dependable, unbiased source of community news in Montrose—the Voice PERSONALS & ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR WOMEN ONLY A discrete dating service coordinated by counselors. Date-a-Mate, 521-2299. rubdownTyour place No sex. 493-4850. ~ BODY MASSAGE In or out, Bruce. 521-2009. MSA/United Racquetball League MSA/WomensSoftball Leegue-72B-937i MSA/Vollsyball —880-2930: games 7;30pm Tues.. Gregory-Lincoln school. 1101 Tart Montrose Symphonic Band—meets at Bering Church, 1440 Harold—527-9669: meeting 7:30pm Tues.; in concert with Chorale and Kindred Spirits Ensemble in "Festival Chorus." Fred Paez Memorial Conceri. June 25, Cullen Auditorium. UofH main campus; affiliate l/H Inc. Monnose Watch suOgri. up Neartown Assoc Mustangs (social club)—meets st the Barn, 710 Pacific—52B-9427: club night Thur*. Neartown Association (Montrose Civic Club)— meets al Bering Church, 1440 Harold—522- 1000: meeting 7pm 4th Tuesdays TENSION EASING MASSAGE Licensed, certified, in or out. Phone for appointment. Chase. 527-0876. Want to talk? Call the~Gay ~ Switchboard, 529-3211 Montrose Live' each week in the Voice is your guide to Montrose entertainment The Voice has more news, more Houston readers, more Houston advertising Gary Larson's Cartoons- Exclusive in Houston in the Voice Randy Alfred's 'Dateline S.F.,' twice a month only in the Voice Paz y Liberaclon-POB 600063. 77260-523- PRIVATE GAY CLUBS . Univ. Gay/Lesbian Support Group-524- #ciub Houaton Baths—2205Fannln- —332-3737: meeting ■ Midtowne Spa-3100 Fannin-522-2379 • 2306 Club—2306 Genessee—528-6235 MONTROSE VOICE CLASSIFIED RATES Advertising rate: d $2 for up to three bold words and o 30c tor each remaining word in regular type. Total minimum charge per ad $3. There are no other rates. Advertisers who wish something different should consider running a display advertisement, n Deadline for all advertising is 5:30pm Tuesday for newspaper released mid-day Friday, n Blind box numbers can be assigned for $3 each week the ad is run and all responses will be forwarded to you by mail or picked up at our office, o Deduct 15% if you run the same ad 4 weeks or more and pay forthe full run in advance, o Bring ot mail your Montrose Voice Classified to: 3317 Montrose #204. Houston, TX 77006 Advertising placed under our old rates and format will continueto run until i would normally expire. Use this form or blank sheet of paper (up 10 3 n ti-sita bold capital wo'rds, total cost $2) (additional regular, lowar cmteioTdaZsoTiaThT . Amount anclosad _ Number ot waa^s ad is to run .... D Crtec* 0 Money Order D Cash (not By mail) O VISA charge Q MasterCard charge cred" card # ...___ .__. exp 0a,9 RESTAURANTS • Ra.-is -A02 LO.et! 5?7-96f>S ' • BrasseneTwo- 1322 Westhei mer-526-0355 •Cnaputtapac—613 Richmond --si??-23_65~~" • DAmore s-219 Weslheimer—520-1B64 • Frankie's—Montrose at Weslheimer—529- • Greek! sland-302 Tuam-522-7040 e of Pies-3112 Kirby-528-3816 •JJde Dragon—224 Westheimer—526-2663 • g-ers-1303 W est hei mer-5 28-8823 • Pflrky's-Richmond at Kirby-524-0075 •Haacals-2702 Kirby-524-6272 • Spud-U-Like—416 Weatheimer—520-0554 • Sta' PtZU- Jill Norfolk - 523-0866" • Steak n Egg-4231 Montrose-528-8135 • Tim's Coffee Shop—1525 Westheimer—529- 2289 •Wine Seller—1408 Westheimer—528-3878 Want to talk? Call the Gay~ Switchboard, 529-3211 An estimated 24,400 HOUSTON readers each week—the Voice! DRAINS STOPPED UP Doctor Rooter Sewer and Drainage Co. 24-hour service No overtime charge for Sundays, holidays. Call 473-6449 • Fitness Exchange—3307 Richmond—524- •Lionel Hair Design—3220 Yoakum—526-4494 • Montrose Hair Design—1004 California—522- •Neartown Garage—1901 Tafl—523-2794 • Out In Texas magK ine—3317 Montrose * 306—529-6490 iaii boxes—1713 • Travel Innovations—1506 W Alabama— Montrose Travel Club 523-3051, commercial accounts 523-6835 SERVICES, ETC. BODY MASSAGE Alcohol rubs. Coconut butter massages. In or out. Call John Owens after 1pm, 630-0809. nDISCOUNFMAlLSEHVlCES~ Includes mail pick up, mail forwarding, notary services, typing. Grand Central Pipeline, 523-3223. HYPNOTISM-THERAPY^ COUNSELING Weight, smoking, body building, stess, depression, past lives! Personal & professional. Jay Carby, Ph.D.. Associates. {713) 440-4667. SHOPS & STORES HOUSECLEAING, HOUSESITTING Bonded. References furnished. Call 529-0878. Edward Benglng. PATRICIA ANNEO'KANE Attorney at law, 526-7911. ASTROLOGICAL CHART INTERPRETATION Professionally prepared, over 8 page printout. Send $10 & birth info to Astro Forcast, 9593 S Main #159. Houston 77025 TookingT^ for an honest auto repair shop? We have just opened & our six women mechanics are ready to serve you. Our specialties are tune-ups, brakes & air-conditioning. Moving Right Along Garage. Open Saturdays, 663-7329. _AMWAY PRODUCTS MEAN quality—& personal service. Try us & see. Phone Kent Naasz 520-6541 (M-F 5-7pm) Gene at 859-0418 anytime. Hank at (W) 529-7525 or (H) 523-6598. Trish & Phyllis at 723- 8368. FOR GUARANTEED PRODUCTS & dependable service, call you local Amway distributors at above numbers, GAY^F^VELMS^rVANTED Grand Central Pipeline is expanding its operations to include complete travel agency services "High on service & tow down fares." 523-3223 ROBAIRES HOME SERVICE Apartment, house cleaning. Experts at mildew. We try harder. Your apartment fit for a queen. Call Bob at 520- 5777 while we work. relaxTenjoy~~ the Bodyworks massge. Evenings and weekends. Call Bill, 526-2470 Gift certificates available. LIFE RELATIONSHIP A LONELINESS PROBLEMS can be alleviated through psychotherapy Sliding fee scale for couples and individuals. Some evenings. Tony Carroil. M.S.W 527-' 9051. •All That Glitters—«32S Montrose—522-6976 • Asylum Adult Bookstore—1201 Richmond • Ball Park Adull Bookstore—1830 W Alabama • Bed Houae-2115 Norfolk-523-8276 • Blue Iris—3618 S. Shepherd—523-1827 • Diner's Adult News—240 Westheimer—528- • Dramatika gifta-3224 Yoakum—52B-5457 • Facets g.fts-1412 Weslheimer—523-1412 •Friday's F.ohst-1336 Westheimer—524-8518 •Gracierynn Booka-704 Fairview-522-7695 • Greetings Pius-1411 Westheimer-630-0ifli • Kirby htewstand—3115 Kirby—520-0246 • Plant House—812 Westhei mer-529-6050 • Q-1 Leather—406 Westhaimer—527-9044 • Record Hack music—3109 S. Sbeprwrd—524- • Shoe Warehouse—2024 Westheimer—524- • SiuOi Adult News-t 132 W Alabama • Westheimer Flea Market—1733 Westheimer -1407 Richmond—528- Fortunes By Tycho For Friday evening, June 24, 1983, through Friday evening, July 1, 1983 ARIES—Gay Pride is bustin' out all over, and Aries is right at the head of all the action. The leader takes his proper place and revels in the Tightness of his position. This is no act. This is you as you want to be. where you function best. TAURUS—No big deal. Just time for some time out. A little recreation and reflection go a long way to get you back into good shape. A keen eye, a soft touch, a good memory then give you the right ingredients for something a little more special. GEMINI— In your sign this week: Mercury end Mars (only through Wednesday morning). You're willing and determined You know that it's a time to do more than your share, to mend bridges and heal wounds. That's especially true with family members or someone you once were very close to. Going back can often be moving forward. CANCER— In your sign this week: Mercury and Mars (entering Wednesday morning) and the Sun (all week). Anticipation can certainly lead to frustration unless you understand the value of waiting. Take this time to be good to yourself, to be with yourself. Being your own best friend is a cliche, but it works right now—at least until you best friend comes back. LEO— Venus continues in your sign. Enough of that fantastic fantasy life. You've satisfied someone else's fancy, but now it's your turn for some good reality on you own. Something serious this way comes, and you're seriously interested in its coming. You should be. VIRGO—Dy-no-mite! Things are happening, and admit it, you love it! A less adventurous soul would run away from all this action, but you love being right in the thick of things. Your very various friends and lovers love your being there, too ! LIBRA— In your sign this week: Pluto and Saturn. Boy, are they going to love you at work this week! That lighter side of yourself that you've been exploring has relieved the pressures you were exerting on your co-workers. Your renewed sense of direction is a beacon to the confused. SCORPIO—The power of love that struck you last week has a healing effect and enables you to move ahead in other areas of your life. With you nighttimes shining, your day-to-day responsibilities take on a better, brighter light. SAGITTARIUS— In your sign this week: Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune. Now comes the turning point. Balanced between yesterday's requirements and tomorrow s hopes is the part of your life that involves decision and committment. You'd love to get lost in dreams, but reality beckons. Remember, dream, but consider. CAPRICORN—In your signthisweek: TheMoon, from Friday evening to Monday morning. You and a lover can't seem to reach an agreement. It might be time to take a vacation from one another. Keeping up the same battle can be tiresome. Separate space for a short time can do wonders. Get away and get rested. AQUARIUS—In your sign this week: The Moon, from Monday morning to Wednesday evening. AH that detective work you've done has paid off. You've learned a lot about what you wanted, and now it's giving you some pleasure. New friends and new ideas should make this summer one of more than simple content. PISCES—The Moon enters Pisces next Wednesday evening, June 29. Have you learned to go with the flow yet? If so. you're swimming in some fine waters this week. If not, you may be in over your head. "Go with the flow" doesn't mean the same thing as getting carried away The surface may be calm, but there are rip-tides and crosscurrents. •198_3ST9NEWALL FEATURES SYNDIC^'E
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