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Montrose Voice, No. 27, May 1, 1981 - File 015. 1981-05-01. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 15, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/5905/show/5898.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 27, May 1, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 1, 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 Page 14 / Montrose Voice / May l, 1981 Margulies ...NOW IF A MUGGER SHOULD ACCOST YMJ. YOU COUNTER WITH A PUNCH TO THE BREASTBONE, A KARATE CHOP TO THE NECK, AND A SWIFT KICK TO THE SOLAR PLEX.IS. IS THATBEFORE CR AFTER I ZAP HIM WITH MY POCKET TEARGAS PARALYZER?... MARTIAL ARTS SCHOOL COMPLETE SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING MARGULIES ©1961SUBUWAN rWTUKS Keeping Up by William Hamilton *mJ^ittia<tC^- 11981San Fran. Chronicle Feature. But, enough about my sexuality, what about your sexuality? •MIDTOWNE SPA—3100 Fannin—522- 2379 Gay men exclusively, open 24 hours. Texas' first. The 2306. See our ad elsewhere this issue. Gay men exclusively, membership required, open nightly. HAIR CARE •SALONDANIF.L—1544 We.theimer- 520-9327 HELP WANTED NEED HELP9 Advertise here for just 25* per word or $8 per inch and reach 14,000 of your neighbors. HOMES & APARTMENTS FOR BENT A FOR SALE MONTROSE 1 bedroom in small quiet complex. $240 mil. plus gas and elec. $125 deposit, no pets. 529-8178. HOME FURNISH- INGS • BYMAN'S Interiors ('•"' furnishings)—608 We.theimer- 529-8002 Byman's fine furnishings, custom interiors. See our ad elsewhere this issue. KEY SHOPS REED'S Key Shops—1612 Westheimer & 1620 Commonwealth— 823-2927 Reed's Key Shops in Montrose, 2 loca- tions. LODGING .HOUSTON GUEST HOUSE-106 Avond»le-520-9767 Houston Guest House: "Where the world meets Houston." MAIL BOXES KWIKKALL Mail Boie.—3317 Montrose-522-1896 MOBILE DISCO Houston's Music Man (mobile disco) 880-1481 The finest in mobile party productions. Arrangements for any size event. Also available— professionally mixed disco cassettes. 90 minutes $10. The best party in town. ___^^M MOVING & HAULING SERVICES Moving, hauling, deliveries 520-7744 MUSIC •DOWNBEAT Records-2117 Richmond—523-8348 .RECORD RACK-3109 S. Shepherd^ ,Ij^4-^MM)2 NON-PROFIT MONTROSE ORGANIZATIONS Th» Voic* i» ■* i»n- r.ll aa *,1.Vb4«> ATTENTION ORGANIZATIONS: cloa. «• your phon* Call a organization * newt and rowting o Ufa*. ACLU-1236 W. Cray-W^ggg (The) ADVOCATE^EXPERIENCE-- 665-2560 , OA.21 Seminar June 20-21- AVONDALE HOUSE-216 Avondale- 522-7372 "Mother's Morning Out" program Tues. mornings. BERING Memorial Methodist Church— 1440 Hawthome-526-1017 • Integrity'Houston's Community Coffeehouse gathering Fri. evening; United Methodist worship service Sun. morning- Integrity/Houston business meeting Thurs. evening. BLACK & WHITE MEN Together-529- 5006, 774-3691 "Catholic?" For a refreshing change, why not visit us at St. Christophers Missions of the Old Roman Catholic Church of North America 2931 Michaux (in the Heights), 861-4720. Sunday Mass 9am. Liturgy in English, limited seating, come early. (Montrose) CHURCH OF CHRIST- 520-K Westheimer—774-2368 CHURCH Or' CHRISTIAN' KAITH- 413 Westheimer—529-8005 Gay Young Adults meeting Fri. evening; worship services Sun. morning & evening & Wed. evening; Bible study Mon. & Tues. evanings; choir practice Wed. evening. * CITIZENS FOR HUMAN EQUALI- TY-609 Fannin #1301—236-8666 Board meeting May 12. COCKATOO-3400 Travis' Mr., Ms.. Miss Bene Gay Rodeo (Texas) Contest 9pm Sat. CONG. BETH CHIAM/Gay Jews— meets at MCCR, 1919 Decatur—529- 4876, 524-5180 Service & social Spm May 8. DATA PROFESSIONALS—meets at La Quinta Motor Inn, 4015 Southwest Fwy.—522-7809 Meeting May lg- DIGNITY—52A-7644 Meeting Thurs. evening, Catholic Student Center. EPISCOPAL INTEGRITY-meets at Autrey House, 6265 Main—520-8298 Meeting May 12. FAMILY & FRIENDS of Gays—meets at MCCR, 1919 Decatur Meeting May 10. FIRST UNITARIAN Church-5210 Fannin—526-1671 Lambda meeting Fri. evening; worship service Sun. morning. GAY ARCHIVES of Teas* Integrity/Houston. 3405 Mulberry—829- 70l7 GAY HISPANIC CAUCUS Gay Pride Week, "We The People," Heritage Day June 26. GAY JOGGERS Association—523-8788 GAY NURSES & PHYSICIANS of Houston—c/o GPC. 4600 Main #217- 777-2287 GAY. PARENTS-861-9149, 526-7025 POLITICAL CAUCUS-4600 Main #217—521-1000 General business meeting 7;30pm Wed.; "Legal Services" education forum 7:30pm May 20; Gay Pride Week, "We The People,"' educational forum 7:30pm, June 22 at 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin; Gay Pride Week, "We The People," rally June 28. GAY PRIDE WEEK PUBLICITY Committee—527-0890 GAY PRIDE WEEK GUIDE Committee—529-8496 GAY PRIDE WEEK PARADE Committee-1647 Park-521.9295 Gay Pride Week, "We The People " parade June 28. GAY PRIDE WEEK (overall) PLAN- NING Committee—521-9295 General meeting 2:30pm May 24 at the Copa, 2631 Richmond- Gay Pride Week ' We The People," June 18-28. with Mary'a 1980 raid commemoration June 18, city-wide gay club night June 19, Montrose Sports Association softball Sames with Houston police and fire epartment teams June 20, "Salute Dallas" day June 21, educational forums June 22, National Day of Remember- ance June 23, Gay Youth Day June 25 Heritage Day June 26, Fred Paez Memorial Day June 27, parade and rally June 28. GAY PSYCHIC Metaphysical Group— 523-0652 Meeting Wed. evening. GAY YOUNG^.DULTS-msst. at Church of Christian Faith. 413 Westheimer—8711269 M„Hna Fri. evening; Gay Pride Week. ■■We th* People." Gay Youth Day June 26- . HOTjSTONliUMAN RIGHTS CeAGUE-523^968 HOUSTON TAVERN GUIU)-^^ bers include Barn, Dirty Sally's, Ej " Mary's, Midnite Sun & Venture-N INTEGRITY/Houston * Community Coffeehouse—meets at Bering Church 3405 Mulberry-529-7014, 694-1732 Community Coffeehouse Fri. evening; business meeting Thurs. evening.
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