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Montrose Voice, No. 84, June 4, 1982 - File 024. 1982-06-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3221/show/3219.

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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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Transcript June 4,1982 / Montrose Voice 23 Support the Montrose Clinic • MONTROSE TRAVCL-2606 Ralph—522- 8747 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOPPETS CLEANING SERVICE -493-6341 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOVING, HAULING. Movemasters, 521-3155. e —1626 Cherry- There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice Next week in the Voice The movies ofthe summer SPEEDY PRINTING-5400 Bellaire Blvd.-667- 7417 See our ad elsewhere this issue Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice TRAVELTECHtravelagency-5719Kirby-522- 8227 See our ad elsewhere this issue SHOPS & STORES Max Angst's comic satire— each week in the Voice • A5YLUM~~AcMt Bookstore-1201 "Richmond • BALL PARK Adult Bookstore—1830 W Ala- • BASIC BROTHERS Clothing-1625 Richmond—522-1626 See our ad elsewhere this issue • THEBEb"H^SE^yil5~Nor1olk-523-8278 See our ad elsewhere this issue Only the Voice saturates Montrose each week, with more copies through more distribution points •■LUC IfUt—3018 S Shepherd-5230 827 See our ad elsewhere this issue • BYMAN'S Environmental Designs 5 Fine Furnishings—608 Westheimer—529-8002 • CONE DANCEWEAR—4704 Montrose—522- 1673 • COMPANY B military wear-5366 Westhei mer—965-9753 See our ad elsewhere this issue Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice • DRAMATIKA gifts—3224 Yoakum-S2P-5457 • FACETS gifts-1412"Westheimer-523-1412 "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week in the Voice 1338 Westheimer-524- Fortunes By Tycho For Friday evening. June A. through Friday evening. June 11, 1982: ARIES—Your mind's on overtime this week, figuring things out and getting them in order. You've got the energy and inclination to accomplish a lot. Don't let outside distractions get in your way, however humpy they seem. TAURUS—Zn your sign this week: Venus. Be cautious of a woman who makes big promises. Know what you need before you say yes to anything. "Down and dirty"means working in the garden; stay close to earth, and don't get carried away. GEMINI—In your sign this week: the Sun and Mercury. Fun in the sun time! Organize some crazy, original kind of get-together that no one else has thought of—how about a surprise birthday party for yourself? June is bustin' out, and so are you. CANCER—While you take care of that old business and tie up loose ends, someone's looking at you with a lot of interest. Don't get so absorbed by what you have to take care of that you miss out on something beautiful that could happen. LEO—Try something new. Something weird been fascinating you? Sex-change? CroBS-dressing? Even if it's not as drastic as that, you might at least buy an outrageous new outfit, or get some kinky new toys to play with. Experiment! VIRGO—A very exciting onenighter could turn out to be much more. At least, it will be a great distraction from all your concerns about where you're going and what you're going to do when you get there. Take a chance. LIBRA—fn your sign this week: Mars. Saturn and Pluto. It's a take charge and do it, go get'em kind of time. At work and at play, you're the one in the driver's seat. Whatever or whoever you're making will benefit. Enjoy your position! SCORPIO—In your sign all week: Jupiter. Leaving your sign this week: the Moon, Saturday morning. Falling in love with love? Tempting, isn't it? Pressures on all sides make romance for its own sake terribly appealing. Know what you're getting into before you get into it. Advice from an old friend might help. SAGITTARIUS—fn your sign all week: Uranus and Neptune. Passing through this week: the Moon, from Saturday morning to Monday afternoon. When you're on the move, you're on the move, and this is one of those times. Whether it's down the street, around the world, or away from someone, this is the time for it. Quick decisions can be good ones. CAPRICORN—Passing through your sign this week: the Moon, from Monday afternoon through Thursday morning. Let's get physical. You're feeling the need to touch, to hold, to embrace. Looking as good as you do, who can resist? Not those new friends and loves—but someone you've known a long time could find your embracing embarassing. Alas, you can't win them all. AQUARIUS—Entering your sign late in the week: the Moon, Thursday morning, June 10. Things are looking very green. Very interesting. This is a good time for investing, even gambling. Whatever you do with money, do it with serious consideration, and you'll come out ahead. A lucky time. PISCES—You get by with a little help from your friends. All that important thinking you're doing is important, but the discovery you make is who your true friends are. When you learn this, you'll know how much they mean to you. «.982 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE Dear Dorothy Having trouble meeting others? Dear Dorothy, I have lived in Houston now for 6 months and am having trouble meeting other gays. I have trouble dealing with bars, bookstores, etc. Any ideas on whereto meet other gays who are not into these scenes? Searching Dear Searching, Honey, you forgot the best of the "B's"—the baths! Really, if none of these are your scene, you might try meeting someone at one of the churches who serve the gay community. There are groups like Dignity. Affirmation and even dating services like Lambda, etc. In a city as large as Houston there has to be someone out there for you! Keep Looking! And remember, assertiveness and persistence do pay off! Dorothy says: Did you remember your mother this year on her special day? Don't forget, Father's day is just around the corner! Whatever our relationship with our parents, we do need to reach out to them and let them know we care about them and appreciate their giving us the opportunity to be who we are today. If you are open with your parents, I affirm that relationship. If not, maybe now is the time, when you are feeling good about your gayness, to let them know where you are. Risking is hard but then so is loving someone. As a present to your parents, why not give them all of you? Let me know if you do because I do care, • KIRBY Newatand—3115 Kirby—520-0246 Support the Montrose Clinic Last Word • OH BOYI Leather Goods—912 Westheimer- 524-7859 See our ad elsewhere this issue • PLANT HOUSE-812 Westheimer-526-7795 See our ad elsewhere this issue • Q-1 LEATHER-408 Westheimer—527-9044 There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice • STUDZ Adult News-1132 W Alabama • TOTALITY STORE-1121 W Gray-626-6760 Pulitizer prize winner Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • TREYMAN gtfts-407 Westheimer-523-0228 Max Angst's comic satire- each week in the Voice 'Gay wire service' coming By Henry McClurg I want to tell you a little about the Gay Press Association's wire service. The service is now officially starting and was demonstrated last weekend at our convention in Denver. It will enable your MONTROSE VOICE to communicate directly and instantly with Philadelphia's Gay News, Miami's The Weekly News, New York's Native, Chicago's Gay Life, and dozens of others through a central New York computer. Each publication covers the gay news in its city or region and then files those stories into the New York computer, which in turn sends it back out to all the publications on the network. Additionally, nationally syndicated gay columnists can feed their articles to their subscribing publications through the computer rather than through the U.S. mails. Gay rights groups can feed their press releases into the computer system. Free lance writers can feed their stories into the system, which will have an accounting program built in to assure the writers get properly paid. I believe that this computer system will do more for the gay rights movement in America than any event before it. It will allow large and small gay publications instant communication with each other—and thus nearly instant communication to the gay communities of each city. No more delays due to the mails (the method we now use to exchange news items). The MONTROSE VOICE will be "on line" by August 1.
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