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Montrose Voice, No. 32, June 5, 1981 - File 016. 1981-06-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 1, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/559/show/557.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 32, June 5, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 5, 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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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript June 5,1981 / Montrose voice 15 Wallflowers SHOPS UOMPTV PUMPTY IS JUST A •ALL THAT GLITTERS (gifts)—4325 Montrose—522-6976 •FACETS <gift»)-1412 Westheimer- 523-1412 •TEXAS JUNK CO.-Taft at Welch—524-6257 OF HIS FORMER SELF O 19B1 Suburban Features tlelNlol IpIrIiImM OI«C]Hi P A I nV b .lTlf«T. □□□ nrjD nuiiii odd □OB BBBQ ■ HC5B BOD i i "B" i " 'Bi iU i ROOMMATES Roommate Connections Share expenses, build a friendship. We provide the referrals with references, photos and alt appropriate information. Professional Screening. 526-8002. SCHOOLS •BLUE WATER Diving School— Westheimer at Montrose—528-0634 •Professional Bartenders School—2171 Portsmouth—526- 0888 Be a bartender! See our ad elsewhere this Come Shop With Us-Texas Junk Company. See our ad elsewhere this issue. TALENT AGENCIES •LONE STAR Syndicate (talent agency)—3400 Travis—528-6556 Lone Star Syndicate Texas co-op talent referral & directory tours. promo concept*, career direction, full phase production, concerts, theme parties, special projects, metaphysics (principals of self-help), Dancercize, artist workshops. Improvisations) summer seminar to begin June 30. Intro to modeling (for professionals as well). Call Tina. (528-6556. 10to6 PUBLICATIONS INNER-VIEW—620 Westheimer—522- 9333 • Montrose Voice—3520 Montrose #227-529-8490 The "Montrose Voice," the newspaper of Montrose. Deadline for next issue: Tues., June 9, 7:00 pm. Call 529-8490 for advertising or subscriptions. Next issue to be released Fri. evening, June 12. TWT-3223 Smith »103-527-9111 RESTAURANTS •BAJA'S—402 Lovett—5279866 •BRASSERIE Restaurant—516 W. Alabama—528-8744 •CHAPULTAPEC Mexican Restau rant—813 Richmond—522-2365 •HOUSE OF PIES-3112 Kirby-528- 3816 •STEAMTABLE—708 W. Alabama—528-8245 Now open 24 hours, the Steam table. See our ad elsewhere this issue. •STAR PIZZA-2111 Norfolk- CRONIES—523-0800 Hot Pizza Delivered! 523-0800 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •STEAK 'N' EGG—4231 Montrose— 528-8135 TAXI UNITED Cab—769-1411 United Cab, in Montrose and throughout Houston, 24 hours. 759-1441. TRAVEL AGENCY •PRESTIGE Travel—3205 Montrose—522-1922 Prestige Travel Agency in Montrose. See our ad elsewhere this issue. TYPESETTING & GRAPHICS •MONTROSE VOICE Typesetting —3520 Montrose, •227-529-8490 Fast, accurate, computerized typesetting—and printing. Small andlarge jobs. Publications, catalogs, brochures, forms. We specialize in complicated, unusual projects. Let us give you a bid. YARD & GARAGE SALES HAVING A YARD SALE next week? Get it listed here in the Voice's new Yard Sale listings. Call 529-8490 by 7pm Tuesday to Be in Friday's paper. Max X 8 don't know the title, but Ifs something about love. Samantha Reads Your Stars If you wore born this wook: You are artistic and creative. You enjoy being with people and your work should involve others in some way. You are objective and fair and can usually see both sides of an issue. You are a good speaker and can be quite persuasive. You also have a marvelous wit. ARIES (3/21-4/19): You win others to your point of view with ease, Aries. Look for company, some pleasant, some not so great. Days lope to a close with love and lollipops. TAURUS (4-20/5-20): Financial interest is highlighted. You may be offered a proposition. If you handle it in your usual astute manner, Taurus, you may be a big winner. Later, sensitive areas should be cared for with tact and discretion. GEMINI (5-21/6-20): You're in the spotlight, Gem. Personal matters, self-development and decisions are all activated by this week's new moon. Emote and promote yourself. Sky's the limit, babe. Make your birth wish come true! MOONCHILD (6-21/7-22): Gossip and secrets could abound in the week ahead. Even though you yourself may not be an active party to any of it, you're still apt to hear more than you want to, Moonbeam. Later, take the initiative to score. LEO (7-23/8-22): Make room for a new goal, Leo. It's easily attainable, especially with all the good help at your fingertips. Later, a secret pal may have you puzzled and week's close could see you with your mouth open. How about that? VIRGO (8-23/9-22): A Virgo always feels she knows the best way to do anything. That is one of your talents. (A detractor might say its a failing of yours, but we won't listen to that!) Be flexible, Virgo. The best way is not the only way, you know! LIBRA (9-23/10-23): Sift through all your bright ideas for the ones with the very best potential. Choose only a few, Libby; you can't bring every one to fulfillment. The days hold a picky, picky type and shimmy to a sociable stop. SCORPIO (10-24/11-22): Someone's apt to pop an important question this week, Scorp. Knowing you, you'll walk all around It, poking and prodding it from every angle, skeptical one. You can't take all year to answer. Put away that magnifying glass! SAGITTARIUS (11-23/12-21): Your week is a whirlwind of activity, Saj; and since you're in the thick of it, you should be pleased! Watch for one who Is changeable and plan to reciprocate some of the flirting that's sure to go on! CAPRICORN (12-22/1-19): This week is anything but organized. It may be disconcerting, since you like systems and lists. Relax, Cappy. and go with the flow. Realize that new projects are often a mess as they get off the ground. Later, sugar and spice. AQUARIUS (I-20/2-.9): Cupid outdoes himself this week, Aquari, as new romantic prospects simply sizzle. Oh boy: hurray, and yippee!!! Creativity can play a major role toward reaching a certain goal. Tap it all the way, babe. PISCES (2-20/3-20): Household and family affairs are absolutely popping this week, Pisces. Lots of company, running around, a bit of refurbishing — you name it, angel! Later, an amorous Venus sets off an entirely different set of events! (c) 1981 Suburban Features Treild by Henry McClurg How did dime drinks start? One of the most successful "trendy" things in the Houston gay bar scene is the 10<F drink night (or 20<F, depending on which club you're at, but who's going to argue over a dime). Perhaps, if you're a recent arrival, you've wondered how this tradition started. Six years ago, Houston's leading gay disco was the Depository near Westheimer and Shepherd. It was a success as it was, but not waiting for the competition to come up with something new first, they (as far as I know) invented the idea of 104 drinks. It was such an absurd idea that it actually worked. You could drink a lot, for very little, and yet, somehow, the club made money too ($2 cover at the door). Everybody was happy. When the Depository was forced to move to McGowan, the 10<E Wednesday night crowd followed. When the Depository folded (alas, one rule that's never broken—all discos eventually are replaced by other discos), the short-lived Cuddles had the special for a few months before they threw in the towel. A few months later the Copa had opened and instituted (with inflation, I suppose) 20$ drinks, and it got the Big W crowd. Soon thereafter, the Old Plantation came back out of the closet (after having turned straight briefly), instituted dime drinks on Wednesday and they grabbed the cream of the Wednesday night crowd—until just recently. Now it appears this select group of Wednesday night drinkers converge on Babylon. So that's how 10« drinks got started in Houston. You owe it all to the Depository, rest their sole.
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