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Montrose Voice, No. 31, May 29, 1981 - File 016. 1981-05-29. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3911/show/3909.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 31, May 29, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 29, 1981
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 May 29,1981 / Montrose Voice / page 15 Wallflowers © 1981 Suburban Features Answer to Puzzle H O M B f ■■1 0 11 7>"sBt" E V A S r. A T T jJRJj_ nil S P E t R 1 E ■ uTs" E L F s s s *£ £ A H M sH lO A M 0 W M o]n 0 S H n 1 1 E R ^ B r s 1 1 D F 0 v F rlL nrn p R 0 d' e n m E V Am rr a]_s Al E S s ■ a N N ■ ■ ' b O B € E Ft G A < A ' ' 1 t u E A H ■J A a|m l"a eTn "1 R ■ 5 T A N T N L ' « A D E OPERATION DOCUMENTATION— a project of GPC, 4600 Main #217—521- 1000 (Fred) PAEZ TASK FORCE-c/o GPC, 4600 Main »217—521-1000, 521-9186, 523-3233 Gay Pride Week Fred Paez Memorial Day June 27, with mock trial concerning abuses of gay people, at Bates School of Law, University of Houston Central Campus, 1 lam ■Ipm. broadcast on KPFT. FM-90, noon-4pm. with testimony from representatives of the task force; Fred Paez Memorial Concert and Fireworks, June 27, Spotts Park. Memorial Drive at Waugh. with music from Bpm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Marching Hand of I/in Angeles, the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallas, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Montrose Singers; and fireworks 10pm, ORAL MAJORITY-1022 Westheimer-521-0196 or 527-9669 SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY (social club)—c/o Wildwood Saloon, 1504 Westheimer—528-9040 Club night Wed. TEXAS BAY AREA Gays-332-3737 Garage sale Sat. &Sun^7am-6pm, 419 Clear Creek, 1 block east of fit. 3 in League City; meeting Thurs. evening. TEXAS GAY TASK FORCE-528-3636 Conference VIII in Houston Sept. 4-7. TEXAS HUMAN RIGHTS Foundation—526-9139 TEXAS RIDERS motorcyle club—c/o the Exile. 1011 Bell—659-0453 Color night Mon. UNITARIAN/UNIVERSALIST Gay Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin—524-7524 Meeting June 21. WESTHEIMER COLONY ARTS Association—908 Westheimer—521- 0133 PLANTS MONTROSE PLANT CO., commercial, residential. Selection and installation of new plants. Maintenance services available. 523-3548. PLUMBING MONTROSE PLUMBING COMPANY, gay owned and operated, work dependable, prices competitive. Day or night call 520-1997. ROOMMATES Roommate Connections Share expenses, build a friendship. We provide the referrals with references, photos and all appropriate information. Professional Screening. 526-8002 SCHOOLS MONTROSE SPORTS Association BOWLING—961-5409 Bowling party June 6; summer bowling ' -« June 8. league start* J MONTROSE SPORTS Association TENNIS—meets in Memorial Park Tenniw Center—521-0837 Challenge Cup Tournament Sat. Ik Sun, practice 7;3O-10pm Thure. MONTROSE SPORTS Association VOLLEYBALL—meets in Cherry- hurst Park—522-3487 Games, lipm Sun. MONTROSE BAND—meets atCocka- too, 3400 Travis—527-9669 Montrose Sympvhonic Band concert 10pm June 9 at Babylon, 300 Weatheimer. MUSTANGS (social club)-c/o the Burn. 71" Pacific-528-9427 Color night Mon. PERSONALS To advertise in this section, phone in your ad to 529-8490 daily, l-8pm. Editor reserves right to edit wording on all advertising. Rate 25c per word using standard typestyle or $8 per column- inch using bold typestyle. BWMT. BLACK & WHITE Men Together, a social group for "certain men. For information call Steve, 529- 5006, or Carl, 774-3591. WANTED: People with costumes to be in your Gay Pride Parade. MubI have costumes and willing to work with others to reach out ana touch those who have touched us. Call Houston Commu n i tyChiwnB^ayne^e^-S^H^^ FOR WHITE MALES only; massage. rubdown, etc., in your home. $20. By white male health attendant. Appointment, 493-4850. Closed Sunday. •Professional Bartenders School—2171 Portsmouth—526 0888 Be a bartender! See our ad elsewhere this issue. TALENT AGENCIES LONE STAR Syndicate (talent agency)—527 Westheimer—528-6556 Synd ■eferral 1 Texas co-op talent referral & directory tours, promo concepts, career direction, full phase production, concerts, theme parties, special projects, private classes in improvisation, comedy and acting. Call Tina, 528-6556. 10to6 Plus art direction, graphic deisgn. logos, pasteup, photographer, ad campaigns, by appointment only. YARD & GARAGE SALES TEXAS BAY AREA Gays is having a garage sale this Sat. & Sun., 7am-6pm, at 419 Clear Creek, 1 block east of Rt. 3 in League City. Ya'll come on down. Max SrtUN/. -> —juice b^Rs I think my body is improving, but my self image is a wreck. Samantha It you were born this week: You are sensitive and creative. You are independent and a bit of a rebel at heart. You embrace the new and different. Anything remotely resembling a rut sends you running! You are sociable, helpful, honest and will speak your mind almost any time, any place. ARIES (3-21/4-19): Co-workers may not be the easiest to get along with this week. You may have to bite your tongue for the sake of the joint effort. Aries. Look for an old issue to crop up again and days could end with the ol' green-eyed monster. TAURUS (4-20/5-20): The water needs to be tested, Taurus. It looked quite inviting, but before you go diving in. test it with your toes. Midweek calls tor thoughtful action, and, by last day, you may hear that old, familiar song once more. GEMINI (5-21/6-20): It's important to know where you stand financially. You sometimes tend to buy first, check your balance later. That won't wash this week. Gem. Later, Cupid wants an answer to a difficult question and week hustles off. MOONCHILD (6-21/7-22): Think before you speak this week, Moon baby, lest you open mouth and insert foot. Remember that constructive suggestions are much more easily accepted by others than are criticisms. Week swings to sexy tinale. LEO (7-23/8-22): Patience will win the week for you, Leo. You have a number of options, so you don't have to jump on the first bandwagon that comes along. There are others not far behind. Watch for a mixed bag of news and days end dizzily. VIRGO (8-23/9-22): You considered trying for a certain brass ring once before and decided to pass it by. It's coming your way again, Virgo, and it's just the same as it was. Are you going to have to make the decision all over again?! Really! LIBRA (9-23/10-23): Be prepared to act on your own this week, Libby. One who should know what he's doing doesn't, so it's up to you, Babe. Don't be distracted by either gossip or innuendo. Later, watch out for white elephants and Trojan horses. SCORPIO (10-24/11-22): Bright ideas could be bird- brained flops. Don't be carried away, Scorp. Be leery of one who talks too much. Later, obligation stares you in the face, and it won't go away 'til you take care of it. Sorry about that! SAGITTARIUS (11-23/12-21): Minor setbacks should be considered just that, Saj. They may cause a few detours, but they needn't make you cancel the trip. Expect someone to change her mind (what else is new?) and days trip to tipsy conclusion. CAPRICORN (12-22/1-19): Forthright Capricorn, you don't like pretense, not one bit. This week, a number of people around you seem determined to play games. You'll spot the phonies, angel, right off the bat. Send 'em packing! AQUARIUS (1-20/2-19): Others may get all hot and bothered over nothing this week, Aquari, but if you'll keep your usual cool, objective head, you'll be fine. Before week is through, grab favorite playmate and get away from it all! PISCES (2-20/3-20): Let those close to you know your feelings on the matters currently important to you. Don't keep them in the dark. Later, creative thinking can add dollars to your piggybank. Days close with hugs and kisses.^^^^^^^^ (c) 1981 Suburban Features Trend by Henry McClurg A "juice bar" in Houston? I have in front of me the latest issue of Chicago's Gay Life newspaper, the leading gay publication in that city. In the back section, like in the VOICE, they have a listing of gay bars in the area. There are 76 bars listed, of which two of them are labeled "non-alcoholic." I think that's an idea who's time has come in Houston. I'm not knocking drinking for most people. It's one of life's pleasures. (As W.C. Fields said in My Little Chick-a-dee, just before hitting the sack, "Ahh, sleep. One of life's greatest pleasures—next to drink, of course.") Alcoholism in the gay community is higher than in other communities. Now it's not our fault, of course. In the early- days of coming out, gay bars were it. They were the only places where there were other gay people out openly. So we congregated in the bars, following our natural body instincts for social connections, and, of course, drank. And as the years rolled on, we drank, and drank, and drank, as gay bars still continued to be our "community centers." In our alcohol bars you could just order grapefruit juice or a Coke. But you know you won't. In a non-alcoholic bar, you'd have no choice. To be successful, a non-alcoholic bar would have to have an identical setup to an alcohol bar: Low lights, great music over a good sound system, snappy bartenders—and a variety of exotic drinks (without alcohol) to help keep you from missing that alcohol taste. A non-alcoholic bar in Houston would not be a big moneymaker, I don't think. Not yet. But it might turn a moderate profit. However, the important thing, is that for a lot of gay people, it could be a place to go where they could have the temptation of a "social connection" without having the temptation of alcohol.
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