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Montrose Voice, No. 27, May 1, 1981 - File 020. 1981-05-01. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 25, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/5905/show/5903.

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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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Transcript MAY 1, 1981 / MONTROSE VOICE / PAGE 19 Liver & Onion Special Wednesday at the Steamtable. See our ad elsewhere this issue. ROOMMATES Roommate Connections Share expenses, build a friendship. We provide the referrals with references, photos and all appropriate information. Professional Screening. 526-8002. SCHOOLS •BLUE WATER Diving School — Westheimer at Montrose-528-0634 SHOPS •ALL THAT GLITTERS (gifts)-4325 Montrose—522-6976 Greedy Annie's Emporium 7413 Airline Little bit of Montrose on the Northside. Clothes, furniture, collectibles, instant h«IHooms. BB7-10I6 ^TE~XA8~JUNK CO.—Taft at Welch-524-6257 Come Shop With Ua^Texas Junk Company. See our ad elsewhere this issue. •TREYMAN (gifts)—407 Westheimer— 523-0228 TALENT AGENCIES GABY CHASON & AB8ociateB-2620 Fountainview »222—789^4<W).'i Wallflowers SIGN AT NUPI5T COLONY ENTRANCE: Trrn PLEASE WITH OB © 1981 Subuft LONE STAR Syndicate (talent agency)—527 Westheimer—528-6556 Lone Star Syndicate 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, 528-65S6, lOtoS Plus art direction, graphic deisgn, logos, pasteup, photographer, ad campaigns, by appointment only TAXI UNITED Cab-759-1411 United Cab, in Montrose and throughout Houston, 24 hours. 759-1441. TRAVEL AGENCY PRESTIGE Travel-3205 Montrose—022-1922 Prestige Travel Agency in Montrose. See our aa elsewhere this issue. TYPESETTING & GRAPHICS •MONTROSE VOICE Typesetting- 3520 Montrose, #227—529-8490 Fast, accurate, computerized typesetting—and printing. Small and large iobs. 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. The Voice is the Choice in Montrose • The best local news coverage—more stories, more details • Great national gay news coverage—among the best of any publication in the country • The only weekly listing of the arts and the movies in Montrose • The most extensive—and accurate—weekly listing of Montrose organizations, and what they're doing • And the most Montrose advertising—more space each weekly issue from Montrose clubs and shops than any other publication. • For advertising information about next week's Montrose Voice, call us Monday or Tuesday afternoon, 529-8490. nrjoo ann rang one man nan Samantha Reads Your Stars II you were born this week: You are realistic and practical. You have a lot of ambition and drive and are willing to work as hard as you need to achieve your goals. You tend to be rather shy and reserved, keeping your feelings to yourself, until you know another person quite well. ARIES (3-21/4-19): Move current project in practical directions this week, Aries. Lead others around to your way of thinking with gentleness and tact, so that you don't scare them oft. Later, a surprising event changes the picture. TAURUS (4-20/5-20): Cupid is off and running. Taurus, and you have no difficulty in keeping pace. You can gift yourself in two ways this week. Developing a certain creative potential can add dollars to your piggybank. Hurray, babe! GEMINI (5-20/6-20): You have even more to say and to think about than usual. Gem So try for extra rest, for you Twins expend more energy just thinking than most people do working. And you don't want to be tired when Venus comes knocking. MOONCHILD (6-21/7-22): Line up your contacts and help a friend, Moonbaby. Then, a domestic situation requires patience and careful consideration. Don't listen to gossip. Later, Cupid is in a party mood; don your glad rags and go. LEO (7-23/6-22): Willpower will reap rewards for you this week, Leo, so dust it off and use it. Then, be the voice of reason; certain stubborn turkeys need to hear it. Later, be ready for anything, cause that's what's apt to happen! VIRGO (6-23/9-22): Not everyone is as punctual and organized as you. Virgo. You're likely to run into one who appears as flaky as one of last winter's snowstorms. Don't run away, babe. Get out the shovel and dig tor his hidden assets. LIBRA (9-23/10-23): You have a proposition to consider. Libby. If you have objections to it, make sure they're valid ones and not just excuses. Look for the positive angles. Days shimmy to sassy fini with a surprise or three. Whee! SCORPIO (10-24/11-22): Both social and business rolls find you on their active lists. Scorp. By the way, there are two things that turn you off: A social climber and a fake. Be on watch for at least one of these this week. SAGITTARIUS (11-23/13S21): New associate can be very persuasive Sat. His glib tongue could mask a con artist or a brainstorm of real merit. Inspect carefully, sweetheart. Days flip by with gymnastics — the tumbling variety. CAPRICORN (12-22/1-19): Two doors open to you this week. Cappy. One has great potential, the other winds to a dead end. The one that holds greater possibilities for your creativity is likely the better one, babe. Week continues with a snort. AQUARIUS (1-20/2-19): You're an innovator and a free-thinker, Aquari, and you enjoy the new and different This week, stick to the tried and true. The tamiliar may be boring, but it's definitely safer than the thin limb you would perch upon PISCES (2-20/3-20): Your time probably won't be your own this week, Pisces. Home and family activities are popping. Everyone from casual acquaintances to very close associates seems to need you. Escape for at least a day just to play IO 1981 Suburban Features Trend Your choice of music says something about your sex life "Trend" is a new column in the VOICE, beginning this week. Each issue we'll give you a final thought to ponder. This column is a joint effort by the staff of the VOICE. In future years, disco will not die, but it may change names—as things tend to do. What is disco today, was Elivs and the Beatles in an earlier reincarnation. Disco has the the natural beat of the sexually- satisfied. The unorganized sound of punk rock music, on the other hand, may be the music of the sexually-frustrated. Do not be confused by the term "rock and roll." What they're calling rock and roll today bears little relation to the rock and roll of Elvis or the Beatles. The music of Elvis and the Beatles, as with disco music, was smooth, organized, logical rhythm. Today's "rock and roll" is rough, unorganized and illogical. Some prefer this, of course. We're not saying it is wrong. We just saying that by your subconscious choice of music, we believe you are announcing whether you are sexually frustrated or sexual satisfied. Agree or disagree? Write us a letter.
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