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Title Montrose Voice, No. 84, June 4, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 4, 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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Title File 006
Transcript June 4,1982/Montrose Voice 5 1 Year Ago June 4, 1981: Integrity became Interact Houston's oldest gay rights organization voted to change its name to avoid confusion with a gay religious group that was using a similar name. Integrity/Houston, which is not a religious-affiliated group, voted to become Interact/Houston. June 4, 1981: Cops staged crackdown on lower Westheimer hustlers Houston vice squad police began the second day of a roundup of male prostitutes and others in the lower Westheimer and Avondale area known as "the circuit." At least 40 people were arrested. They were charged with prostitution and solicitation of prostitution, both misdeameanors. June 5, 1981: Bryant was moving to Alabama, wedding bells were starting to ring Anita Bryant announced she planned to move to Selma, Alabama, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she returned last year following her divorce in Florida. Selma is the headquarters for her "Protect America's Children" organization and also the homeof Larry Striplin of "Circle S" enterprises, with whom she had been romantically linked. June 6, 1981: Police hunt for man charged with killing A Montrose male was charged in the shooting death of a man gunned down in a quiet dead-end street with an M-16 automatic rifle in Southeast Houston. Police were said to be hunting for David Henry Southworth of 820 W, Alabama after Stuart Joseph Pradin, 20, was killed near his home in southeast Houston about 8:30 p.m. the day before. He reportedly was trapped at the end ofthe deadend street and executed. Montrose Voice the newspaper of Montrose 3317 Montrose Boulevard #306 Houston, TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Contents copyright »1982 Office hours: 10am-6pm Henry McClurg publisher/editor Billie Duncan entertainment/sports editor Ed Martinez reporter Nick Fede Acel Clark grapnica Todd Belvin typesetting/distribution William Marberry advertising director Randy Brown advertising David Petluck advertising Lyt Harris advertising Founding Member: Gay Press Association News Services International Gay News Agency. Pacific News Service Syndicated Feature Services A Writers: (San Francisco) Chronicle Features, Uniled Feature Syndicate, Jeffrey Wilson, Randy Alfred. Stonewall Features Syndicate, Brian McNaugnt POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to 3317 Montrose #306, Houston, TX 77006 Subscription rate in US $49 per yea. (52 .ssues). (29 per six months (26 issues), or $! 25 per week (less than 26 issues). Ninontf advertising representative: Joe DiSabato »««dal. Marketing, 666 6th Avenue, New York 10011, (212) 242-6663 Advertising deadline. Each Tuesday. 6 00pm, for issue released each Friday evening CHE meeting date changed Citizens for Human Equality announced that its regular June 8 meeting will be held Wednesday, June 9, instead, due to scheduling problems at the Watson DeNagy Gallery, where the meetings are held. Dwaine Huckabay, director of management services with the City Treasurer, is to speak on property tax evaluation at that meeting. He is to focus on the method of evaluation, the interpretation of homestead exemption laws and how to file a formal appeal. The forum is to being at 7:30 p.m. Gay lobby announces new co-sponsors tThe Gay Rights National Lobby in Washington, D.C, announced May 26 that two additonal members of Congress agreed to co-sponsor H.R. 1454, the national Gay Civil Rights Bill. This brings the total co-sponsorship to 54—just one short of the previous record high, they said. The two new co-sponsors are Rep. Harold Washington (D-IL) and Rep. Henry Reuss (D-WI). GRNL Executive Director Steve Endean said that their co-sponsorship comes as a direct result of the assistance of Rep. Phil Burton (D-CA), another co-sponsor. Police raid gay club in Tampa Wednesday night, May 12, units ofthe Tampa Police Department served a search warrant on Club Tampa, a member ofthe nationwide Club Bath chain, reported The Weekly News. A large number of police officers, some in uniform, others in plain clothes, presented the search warrant, were admitted to the club, and proceeded to round up the patrons and methodically arrest, photograph and book them on various misdemeanor charges, the newspaper said. During a conversation with Club Tampa manager Peter Esfakis, The Weekly News said it learned that the complaint came from a previous visitor to Club Tampa, a "bisexual," according to Esfakis, who, after entering the club on his initial visit, was so "disgusted and repulsed" by what he saw there, made a second visit and then decided to follow up with the complaint to the authorities. At the unknown man's insistence, the newspaper reported, Tampa Police were obliged to conduct a two-month investigation, gained entrance to theclub through a sponsorship by the unknown complain- tant, and then capped their investigation with the raid. Arrested at the club were approximately 73 individuals, the newspaper said. Of that number, 69 were said to have been issued misdemeanor citations of varying descriptions but only four men were actually taken into custody. They were identified as the three employees on duty at the time and one man who was arrested for possession of marijuana. Don't leave home without it If you think you've got credit problems," consider the plight of Bobby Baker, the one time senate aide and protege of Lyndon Johnson. Baker, who was convicted of tax evasion in 1967, has filed for bankruptcy in Maryland, reports the Wall Street Journal. Among his debts is a whopping $72,000 bill to American Express. How Baker managed to run up such a bill is somewhat of a mystery to his court- appointed bankruptcy trustee, who says in his own experience, "If you don't send them $150, they're after you fast." American Express had no comment. 'Gay' mannequins going out International Gay News Agency Realistic mannequins are still popular with visual merchandisers, but increasingly featureless, high-tech mannequins are coming into style. Especially for male fashions is this high-tech design growing, because male customers have complained of "gay-looking" mannequins, which dissuade some of them from buying the clothing. Men can identify more with an abstract mannequin than one they find "too gay," according to Ralph Pucci of Pucci, a New York-based company whose Varsity Abstract Collection of male mannequins is used in a number of stores nationwide. In keeping with the idea of mannequin machismo, abstract mannequins are often shown in athletic poses: riding a bicycle, swimming, or running. Some have well- defined stomach muscles so that they reveal at least realistic body parts when wearing bathing suits and T-shirts. Female mannequins now are often modified, softer versions of punk fashion, with the roots ofthe hair painted bright colors and with makeup that is outrageously overdone. Generally mannequins used to display designer clothes have a haughty expression, while those modeling sportswear have a more wholesome, inviting look. Overall, friendliness, instead of aloofness, is now in. As for poses, standing is the most popular because it shows off the clothes. Other options are available, including a choice of wigs and skin tones. In California many department stores like a euntan on their mannequins. With proper care, a mannequin can last as lung as 20 years. Some companies, including Barrango and Arthur Court Designs in San Francisco, specialize in mannequin refinishing and repair. Some mannequins are sent to suburban branches of stores once they are past their prime. The growth of western civilization Been feeling a bit bloated lately? Well, there may be a good reason, says Development Education News. A new study says the average American consumes 30 tons of food in a lifetime. The total includes 9000 pounds of meat and sausage, and 3200 pounds of sugar. The average Asian, by comparison, eats only 573 pounds of meat, fish and eggs combined. u / gut wSr/gy&g* yttsgicfiT^
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