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Title Montrose Voice, No. 86, June 18, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 18, 1982
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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Transcript June 18,1982 / Montrose voice 31 • 2306 CLUB-2306 Genessee-528-6235: male •STEAK 'N' EGG-4231 Montrose-S28-ei35 RESTAURANTS • BACCHUS- 523 Lovett—523-3396 • BAJA'S 40? Lovett-527-9866 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • CHAPULTAPEC-813 Richmond-522-2365 • GREEK ISLAND- Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice • GYRO GYROS Sandwich Shop-153f Westheimer-52B-46S5 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HAF.RARS Elhiopian Cuisine-428 Westheimer-526-2895 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HONG THONG -424 Westheime7^528-8275 See our ad elsewhere this issue ■ ' 12 Kirby 528-3816 • INTERNATIONAL Club Reslaurant-243 Westheimer- 523-2795 See our ad elsewhere this issue ■ 521 Westheimer— • 9ERS 1303 Westheimer^528-8823 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • OMARS BOSLoveil • TIM'S Coffee Shop- 2289 • WINE SELLER -1408 Westheimer—528-3878 See our ad elsewhere this issue SERVICES LESBIAN PROBLEM SOLVING AND SUPPORT GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL AND RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING. Dr. Nanette Bruckner, psychologist, 523-2180. Attorney at Law General practice. John P. Barnich, 523-5006. Evenings 528-5566. REMODELING/IMPROVEMENTS Full carpentry including French doors, cabinets, kitchens. bathrooms. Excellent workmanship. experienced, references, 529-3869 CLASSICAL PIANO/SINGING. Pro fessional teacher. 723-3254. ATCO Pen Control 988-1331 See our ad elsewhere this issue BEE QUICK Delivery—723-5959 See our ad elsewhere this issue • RASCALS—2702 Kirby-524-6272 See our ad elsewhere this issue. ONLY the Voice saturates Montrose each week, now with over a hundred distribution locations • SPUD-U LIKE—416 • STAR PIZZA 2111 N«r|(,ik _23-0800 See our ad elsewhere this issue • FITNESS EXCHANGE fitness | i Richmond—524-9932 ^^^^ FRANCISCO'S hair salon 901 Richmond- 523-0438 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HAIRCRAFThaircare^2110Lexington-52fr MSA & BWMT present Juneteenth celebration Saturday, noon-4pm, Cherryhurst Park r -5200554 See Qur ^ e,sewhere ,hjs |ssue Dear Dorothy Why are the good ones already taken? Dear Dorothy, Am I doing something wrong? It seems that every time I am attracted to or fall for someone, they are already attached to someone else! Help!! Dorothy Says: Rejection is hard to take. Being at the right spot at the right time seems to be a problem with many of us. Also, being patient is not one of our long suits. What have you got to lose if you tell someone you are attracted to them. Even though they may already be attached, they may be available later on. Keep looking, and keep pursuing—you will master the rejections, and eventually, find the happiness you yearn for. Dear Dorothy, Is performance anxiety a common concern? Or am I asking too much? Dorothy Says: After checking with several sources it seems that this concern is overplayed. I feel that sex is an important ingredient of any relationship, but it's not everything. Talk to your lover about it. Being upfrount about any anxiety is always best even when the clouds seems the darkest. Whatever is best for both of your needs can be worked out. Keep at it! EDWARD JONES bookkeeper , See our ad elsewhere this issue JAMES D. KRISTIAN. PhD. hypno.og.st-977- 2485 See our ad elsewhere this issue • LEGENDS Hair Design-906 Westheimet- 527-0188 See our ad elsewhere this issue Design-3220 Yoakum—526- Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • MONTROSE TRAVEL-2506 Ralph-522- See our ad elsewhere this issue MOVING, HAULING. Movemasters, 521-3155. PATRICIA ANNE O'KANE. attorney—332: Yoakum-526-7911 See our ad elsewhere this issue • PRIVATE POSTAL SYSTEMS mail boxes- ..,ib.- 529-3020 • SALONDANIEL hair care—1626 Cherryhurst- 520-9327_ There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice SPEEDY PRINTING 5400 Beliaire Blvd-667- 7417 See our ad elsewhere this issue Come out and celebrate Gay Pride Week TRAVEL TECH Iravet agency h7l9 Kirby-522- 8227 See our ad elsewhere this issue UNITED CAB ■ 6M-4O40 See our ad elsewhere this issue WORDCRAFT typesetting-522-4251 See our ad elsewhere this issue SHOPS & STORES si- 1848 Weslheimer- Got a question? Call the Gay Switchboard, 529-3211 • AQUATIC ISLE pet shop-2011 SW Fwy- 526-6940 See our ad elsewhere this issue • ASY[ UM Adult Bookstore-1201 Richmond • BALL PARK Adult Bookstore—1830 W Aia- • BASIC BROTHERS used clothing-1220 Weslh-eimer- 522-1626 See our ad elsewhere this issue • THE BED HOUSE-2115 Norfolk—523-8278 See our ad elsewhere this issue Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice • BLUE IRIS-3618 S Shepherd-523-1827 • BOOM TOWN BLOOMS llowers—3210 Shepherd — 526-8110 • BYMAN'S-* lental Designs 4 Fin. irmshings—dob westheimer—529-8002 See our ad elsewhere this issue • CARGO HOUSE-1802 Park-529-0334 See our ad elsewhere this issue • CONE DANCEWEAR—4704 Montrose—522- 1673 ___ • COMPANY B military wear —5366 Westh^mer-965-9753 See our ad elsewhere this issue ONLY the Voice saturates Montrose each week, now with over a hundred distribution locations • DINER'S Adult News—240 Westheirr • DRAMATIKA gilts-3224 Yoakum-528-5457 • MSA & BWMT present Juneteenth celebration Saturday, noon-4pm, Cherryhurst Park -327 • FRAME OF REFERENCE paint i Iraming- 1533 Weslheimer-520-0710 See our ad elsewhere this issue ■ 524- • KIRBY Newstand-3115 Kirby - 520-0246 • MONTROSE JEWELRY and Loan-1216 Westheimer- 529-5841 See our ad elsewhere this issue Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • OH BOY! Leather Goods—912 Westheimer- 524-7859 • ONE MORE TIME resale boutique—1406 California—523-5551 See our ad elsewhere this issue • PLANT HOUSE-812 Westheirr LEATHER—408 Westheirr There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice • THE ROUGH CUT iewelry-520 Westheimer- 520-7050 See our ad elsewhere this issue • STUDZ Adult News-1132 W Alabama • TIMELESS TAFFETA used clothing-1623 Westheimer-529-6299 See our ad elsewhere this issue • TOTALITY STORE- 1121 W Gray-526-8780 Come out and celebrate Gay Pride Week • TRES CH.C eyewear-520 Westheimer—526- 0878 __ • TREYMAN gitls-407 Westhei mar-523-0226 • UNION JACK clothmg-1212 Westheimer- 528-9600 • WESTHEIMER FLEA MARKET-1733 West- Got a question? Call the Gay Switchboard, 529-3211 •WILDE 4 STEIIS i store— 520 Westhei- TRAVEL EL RANCHO VISTA P.O Box 245 Glen Rose. TX 76043 (817) 897-4982 Fortunes By Tycho For Friday evening. June 18, through Friday evening, June 25, 1982: ARIES—Be adventurous. Be brave. Be daring. Go in search for what you're after. If you're sure of what you want, you'll find it this week. Even though you're not a heavy cruiser, heavy eye contact could bring some interesting results. TAURUS—In your sign this week: the Moon (through Saturday morning) and Venus (through next Friday morning, June 25). The way you walk, the way you talk: add smooth to irresistable, and that's you for the week. Body and mind are right in tune with each other. An enemy could become a friend, a friend a lover. GEMINI—In your sign this week: the Sun (leaves Monday morning), the Moon (from Saturday morning through Monday morning) and Venus (enters next Friday morning, June 25) and Mercury. This is a time for making plans and preparations. You should concentrate on what's important to you in the future, and work on that. The rewards from this week's efforts will be felt for a long time. CANCER—In your sign this week: the Sun (enters Monday morning) and the Moon (passing through Monday morning to Wednesday morning). Relax. Things have been harried and confusing for some time, so pick a day to lay back and watch the clouds roll by. Pick a night—and a partner—to feel the moon do her magic. Let it be. LEO—In your sign this week: the Moon (Wednesday morning through next Friday morning. June 25). Anyone lucky enough to have a Leo for a friend is going to have a terrific week. Your ability to make others feel good will give you satisfaction. Smiles and laughter, you've got a lot to give. VIRGO— In your sign this week: the Moon, entering next Friday morning, June 25. No stopping you now. You've got a million things to do, people to talk to, problems to solve. For those of you who are natural speedsters, this may mean high anxiety. For the more even- tempered, a busy, busy time. LIBRA—In your sign this week: Mars. Saturn and Pluto. Call someone you've been meaning to call, or catch up on your letter writing. Long distance communication is highlighted, and you could hear from someone you've been longing to reach- Incoming or outgoing, your communication will express your generosity SCORPIO—/« your sign this week: Jupiter. Since you've always had a reputation for being a little secretive, stick with it. Don't make changes this week, whatever the temptation. You could say too much- be too open. Control yourself and enjoy that little (?) secret. SAGITTARIUS—In your sign this week: Uranus and Neptune. What makes people attractive: someone who's not your "type" will pop into your life and make you wonder. Like 'em older, younger, lighter, darker? You're in for an interesting surprise. CAPRICORN—Trie ability to compromise, to meet someone halfway, is a great strength, one you discover you have this week. You'll feel lighter, gentler, more willing to yield. With all your energy, this should make an intriguing combination, AQUARIUS—Sex, sex, sex. Doesn't anyone just cuddle any more? Desire is the Aquarian key word this week. You'll know how to handle it, and not just with lip service. Need I say more? PISCES—Taking care of business, putting things in order, doing the right thing at the right time. That's what you're about. Your timing is impeccable, your road is clear. A real sense of accomplishment by week's end. «19B2 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE Last Word A holiday for you By Henry McClurg This Gay Pride Week is for you—to celebrate your sexuality, to celebrate who you are, to celebrate that you have made a public statement about your true human identity. To celebrate that you are proud of yourself and your lifestyle. Not all gay people are as brave as you. Many choose to stay hidden, to "stay in the closet." Some are ashamed of their sexual orientation. We did not create this holiday for them. We created it for us—who are proud. Every homosexual who stays in the closet is a homosexual that society assumes is a heterosexual, diluting the apparent political power of gay groups and thus interfer- ring with the struggle for equal rights. It's also sad for the individual "closeted" homosexual. Life in a closet is no fun. Although scientific research says that somewhere between 10 and 15 percent of the population is homosexual, perhaps only half has "come out." This is Gay Pride Week 1982 for that half—you and me— in Houston, and around the free world.
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