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Montrose Voice, No. 97, September 3, 1982 - File 032. 1982-09-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3371/show/3369.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 97, September 3, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date September 3, 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 September 3,1982 / Montrose Voice 31 Monlrose Sports VOLLEYBALL-880-2930: games 7:30pm Tuee . Gregory-Lincoln school. 1101 Taft MONTROSE SYMPHONIC band-meets al Bering Church. 1440 Hawthorne—527-9669: meeting 7:30pm Tuea MUSTANGS "(social club)-meets at the Barn. 710 PacifiC-528-9427 club night Thurs n Support Group—524- TEXAS GAY CONFERENCE IX-869-7231: conference Sept 3-5. Agnes Arnold Hall, Univeraity of Houaton. TEXAS GAY TASK FORCE-529-7014, 522-1659 UNITARIAN/UNIVERSALIST Gay Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church. 5210 Fannin-520-9767. 526-5642: meeting 3rd Sun. afternoons WESLAYAn"fELLOWSHIP-864-8899 PERSONALS & ANNOUNCEMENTS Want a fast, dark tan? It's as easy as taking a pill. Sate, nontoxic 80 tablets, $29.95 ppd. Check, MC, Visa. MAIL WAREHOUSE PO Box 53395 (713) 523-6927 Houaton. TX 77052 (3305 Yupon, suite 54) Tired of being overweight? Lose it once and for all with a complete & affordable diet, exercise and counseling program I guarantee will work. Call Jim at 552-1641 for details. Swedish massage in your home. $25. Call Tony 523-2372 noon-8pm. Rubdown in your home, evenings (7-11) & weekends (10am-1am), $20 Rubdown at my place, days (I0am-3pm). $15. Call Van. 493-4850- Biorhythm Charts Plan your daily activities in harmony with your biorhythms to avoid human errors and conllicts on critical blorythm.c days each month Charts show precise biorhythm movements end "critical'' days Explanatory text included Special introductory offer: 50-day chart $7.50. too days (12.50. Send name, address, date of birth (and timeof birth il known) with check or money order to DataDay Computer Services Co.. P.O. Box 27845. Houston, TX 77227 CLASSICAL PIANO/ SINGING. Professional teacher. 723-3254. GWM. warm, prof., 42. 130 lbs . GA. seeks GWM, 25-40. GP, FA Send pix. phone number, ad 47-A, c/o Monlrose Vglce. __ Leather jockt—custom mad* Fittings by appointment. Call Hank. 847-7693 FOR AN ATMOPSHERE of social variety and harmony, Join BWMT. where the emphasis is on Iriendship! For information, call 523-2997 or 747- 9812. _____ BODY MASSAGE. Your place or mine. Afternoon or evenings, Bruce, 521-2009. Relax and enjoy the BodyWorks massage. Gift certificates. Call Bill, 526-2470. PRIVATE GAY CLUBS • BOX OFFICE-1625 Richmond-522-1625: ^Cl^BHOU«foH Baths-2205 Fafir.ir.-B59- 4998: male See our ad elsewhere this issue • FRENCiTOUARTER Th, ia-527-0782 r"-1" —3201 Louiai- • MtDTOWNE 5PA-~3100 F«nnlr.^K2-237». mSee our ad elsewhere this issue. • 2306 CLUB-"2306Gin"e»»«»-52e-6235 male RESTAURANTS • BAJA'S 402 Lovett-527-9866 See our ad elsewhere this issue^ • BRASSERIE TOO-1322 "westheimer-526- 0365 « • FRANKliTs-Monirose at WBBtheim«-529- 7696 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HARRAR'S Ethiopian Cuisine-428 Westheimer—526-2895 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HONG THONG—424 Westheimer—528-6275 •HOUSE OF PIES-3112 Kirby-528-3816 t_UNTE~RNATIONAL Club Restaurant—243 Westheimer—523-2795 See our ad elsewhere this issue •JADE DRAGON—224 Westheimer—526-2663 •KOUNTHY KITCHEN-Kirby at S.W. Fvry- 520-7246 See our ad elsewhere this issue • ■■I l!S ■ iCKi .V. .M-,..,,.:-. ■ ■ • OMAR S-SO0 lovelt- ^29-3569 • POOR DADDY'S- 3416 W Dallas-528-8922 See our ad elsewhere this issue • SPUD-U-LIKE—416 Westheimer—520-0654 • STAR PIZZA-2111 Norfolk-523-0600 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •STEAK 'N' EGG-4231 Montrose—528-8135 • TIM'S Coffee Shop-1525 Westheimer—529- 2289 •WINE SELLER-1408 Weatheimer—528-3678 SERVICES LESBIAN PROBLEM SOLVING AND SUPPORT GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL AND RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING. Dr. Nanette Bruckner, Paycholog.it, 523-2180. BASE Realty-330 Fairview-524-1871 See our ad elsewhere this issue DELUXE RENOVATION-524-0038 See our ad elsewhere this issue DESIONER'S^ROOM. alterations-224 Wesl hei mer - -522- 7106 See our ad elsewhere this issue ess center—3307 FRANCISCO'S han salon-901 Richmond- 523-0438 See our ad elsewhere this issue WllTwEA«flr-1206 S Post Oak Rd~~ IM20^ 622-3290 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HAIRLINERS hair replacement-710-A Hawthorne-520-7730 See our ad elsewhere this issue 'Montrose Live' each week in the Voice is your guide to Montrose entertainment -1407 Richmond— The Voice has more news, more Houston advertising, more Houston readers • ASYLUM Adult Boot.store-1201 Richmond • BED HOUSE-2115 Norfolk-523-8278 See our ad elsewhere this issue 'Montrose Live' each week in the Voice is your guide to Montrose entertainment • BLUE IRIS—3618 S. Shepherd—523-1627 • BOO~M~ TOWN BLOOMS flowers—3210 S. Shepherd—528-8110 Fortunes •LEGENDS Hair Design-906 Wesl heimer - 527-0188 See our ad elsewhere this issue There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice • MONTROSE TRAVEL-2506 Ralph-522- B747 See our ad elsewhere this issue more Houston advertising, more Houston readers QUALITY DENTAL CARE-2315 S.W Fwy- 523-2328 See our ad elsewhere this issue RIVER OAKS OPTICAL-1947 W Gray -M01- 529-3005 See our ad elsewhere this issue Randy Alfred's 'Dateline S.F.,' twice a month in the Voice Houston's leading gay publication is the Voice • GREEK ISLAND-302 Tuam-522-7040 • GYRO GYROS Sandwich Shop-lS3f Westheimer-528-4655 See our ad elsewhere this issue ^7,ELTECH travel aoency-5719Kirby-522- See our ad elsewhere this issue UNITED CAB-654-4040 See our ad elsewhere this issue See our ad elsewhere this issue SHOPS & STORES AAA FURNITURE Center-11316 Westheimer- 531-9600 See our ad elsewhere this issue •CARGO HOUSE—1802 Park—529-0334 • CONE DANCEWEAR—4704 Mont rose-522- Got a question? Call the Gay Switchboard, 529-3211 • DINER'S Adult News—240 Westheimer—52fP • ORAMATIKA gitts-3224 Yoakum—528-5457 • FACETS gifts—1412 Westheimer—523-1412 The number one source of community news in Montrose—the Voice • KIRBY Newstand—3115 Kirby—520-0246 • MONTROSE JEWELRY and Loan-12 WestheimBr-529-6841 ONLY the Voice saturates Montrose each week with over one hundred distribution locations • PLANT HOUSE—812 Weatheimer-526-7795 •Q-1 LEATHER-408 Weatheimer-527-9044 Support, join your community organizations • ROUGH CUT jewelry-520 Westheimer—520- 7050 See our ad elsewhere this issue • SHOE WAREHOUSE-2024 Westheimer- 524-6605 See our ad elsewhere this issue •STUOZ Adult News-1132 w Alabama •TEXAS CARAVAN & ArmadilloFlowers—2115 Dunlavy—520-7019 • TIMELESS TAFFETA clothing —1823 ..29-6299 •TOTALITY STORE-1121 W Gray-526-6780 Pulitzer prizewinner Ben Sargent is exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • THEYMAN gms-407 WOilheimer-523-0228 There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice TRAVEL By Tycho For Friday averting. September 3, through Friday evening. September 10. 1982: The Moon is in PISCES as the weekend ooens, enters ARIES at 6:25 p.m. a.m. Saturday evening, passes into TAURUS at 12:28 a.m. Tuesday morning and enters GEMINI at 4:58 a.m. Thursday morning, staying there until the following Saturday morning, Sept. 11. ARIES—Your fantasies are fantastic, and that can be fun. But don't try to turn a very real perrfon into one of your dream figures, just because that's what you think you want. Concentrate on seeing others as they really are. TAURUS—Go for it! An unusual combination of business and pleasure could create a situation that gives you what you strive for. Don't let your stubborn streak cause unnecessary problems, though. Be kind to Virgos and Scorpios. GEMINI—You're going to find out what friendship is for. Whether it's an old friend or a new one, a casual or a best friend, something special is going to happen for the two of you together, and bring you closer than you've ever been. CANCER—Those new beginnings that were getting under way last month are causing some unexpected changes in the way others see you. A feeling of confidence, surety, and down-right sexiness could make some of your dreams come true. LEO—In your sign this week: Venus (leaves Tuesday afternoon). Expectation breeds frustration and forgetfulness. Calm down, cool off. The summer heat is really getting to you. If you don't take it as it comes, something too weird for words could happen. VIRGO—In your sign this week: Venus (enters Tuesday afternoon) and the Sun. It's your party, and you can cry (or laugh) if you want to. In other words, you're going to be the center of a lot of attention, and emotionally, that could be a topsy-turvy time. Cry when you're sad, laugh when you're happy. LIBRA— In your sign this week: Mercury, Saturn and Pluto. Your mind is working overtime on all those pieces you have to put together. Just when life is feeling like the world's biggest jigsaw puzzle, someone or something from the past shows up to point out the mising part. SCORPIO—In your sign this week: Mars and Jupiter. You are ambitious, aren't you? Join that ambition to a powerful creative urge, and the sky's the limit. Travel could be a part of this high-powered picture. Be sure to take you lover along! SAGITTARIUS—In your sign this week: Uranus and Neptune. Just when you're feeling playful and romantic, your partner has important business and very serious matters to work out. Both of you will have to do a lot of bending and some listening to get through this. CAPRICORN—Work it out! Work it in! Work is definitely the key word. Don't let your concern with details blind you to the fact that there are people who can help. If you remember that, something important can be done. AQUARIUS—It's your move. Someone expects you to make the next one, too. Don't let all of life's busy stuff get in the way of what's most important. Take care of business, then take care of that next move. Make it! PISCES—Do it at home! Whether it's homework, housework, or home-style cooking, what you do there will turn out right. In the outside world, things are a bit strange. It's a jungle out there! Be a homebody. •1962 STONEWALL FEATURES SYNDICATE Last Word Labor Day Weekend Hy Henry McClurg 'Veil. It's Labor Day. That dry spell the last two months without any holidays nearly drive me crazy. (Don't listen to those comments that I'm already crazy.) . This Labor Day, we've got the Gay World Series and the Gay "Bleep" Games going on in San Francisco. And here locally we have the big "Tubs for Two Thousand" Saturday night at Midtowne Spa. But you know what the best thing there is about Labor Day? Yes, that's right. It's Hist two months to Halloween. KNOXVILLE WORLDS FAIR Eleanor Guest House, rooms from $28.50. (615) 523-5831.
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