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Title Montrose Voice, No. 82, May 21, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 21, 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 May 21,1982 / Montrose Voice 27 Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • FRENCH QUARTER Theator-3201 Loulal- ane-527-0712 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • MIDTOWNE SPA—3100 Fannin—522-2379: See our ad elsewhere this issue. • 2306CLUB-2306 Genessee— 528-6235: male. RESTAURANTS • BACCHUS--523 Lovett—523-3396 • BAJA'S—402 Lowtt—527-MM See our ad elsewhere this issue. • bannister 1322 Weathalrntf 826-0366 • BRASSERIE-515 W. AI aba ma-526-6 7 44 • CHAPULTAPEC—613 Richmond—522-2365 • DECATUR CAFE-708 W. Alabama-528- 8837 • GREEK ISLAND-302 Tuam—522-7040 Max Angst's comic satire— each week in the Voice • QYRO QYROS Sandwich Shop-1536 WMlhelmar-528-4855 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HARRAR'S Ethiopian Cuislna —426 Westheimer-526-28S5 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HOUSE OF PIES--31I2 Kirby '-■ 528~-387_f " •JADE DRAG0N-224 Weatheimer—526-2683 •9'ERS—1303 Weatheimer—526-6823 ~ • OMAR'S- -808 lovett-528-3569 • RASCALS—2702 Kirby—524-6272 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • SPUD-U-LIKE-416 Westheimer—520-0554 • STAR PIZZA—2111 Norfolk—523-6*00 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • STEAK N' EGG—4231 Montroee—526-6135~ SERVICES Attorney at Law General practice. John P. Barnich, 528-5566. LESBIAN PROBLEM SOLVING AND SUPPORT GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL AND RELATIONSHIP COUNSELING. Dr. Nanette Bruckner, psychologist, 523- 2180. REMODELING/IMPROVEMENTS. Full carpentry including French doors, cabinets, kitchens, bathrooms. Excellent workmanship, experienced, references. 529-3869. The Wall Clinic, duality sheetrock, painting, wall cover and texture. Call Jake for tree estimate. 522-0470. CLASSICAL PIANO/SINGING. Profes- sional teacher. 723-3254. ATCO Peal Contrat—MS-1331 See our ad elsewhere this issue -1848Westheimer- Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent, exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • ASYLUM Adult Bookstore—1201 Richmond • BASIC BROTHERS clothing —1625 Richmond—522-1626 See our ad elsewhere this issue • THE BED HOUSE—2115 Norfolk-523-6278^ See our ad elsewhere this issue. Max Angst's comic satire- each week in the Voice • BLUE IRIS—3618 S. Shepherd-523-1827 • BOOM TOWN BLOOMS flowers—3210 S. Shepherd—526-61 io Fortunes Dear Dorothy Dorothy tells reader to mind own business 2nDear Dorothy, My closest friend's new lover is one of the most disgusting persons I have ever met. Every time I go over there I leave so put out with this person. Should I keep subjecting myself to this person, tell my friend how I feel, or just "butt out"? I really feel that this new lover is bad for ray friend. What do I do? A Friend Dear Friend, My suggestion would be to "butt out." Your friend has made his choice—good or bad. A true friend accepts his friend's lover, warts and all. Remember, your friend must see some good in him. So keep it to yourself like a true friend! Dear Dorothy, How does one deal with jealousy? Every time my lover talks to someone in the bar or wherever, I get steamed and act like a bitch! I know he loves me and I him, but I can't seem to cope with these feelings. Any suggestions? r, . , Jealous Dear Jealous, We all have feelings .that are hard to keep under control and your's seems to be overwhelming to you. Maybe your lover needs to socialize more than you. Develop some close relationships of your own to compensate for this needing to be with your lover all the time. Too much closeness can smother a relationship very quickly. Try expanding your own horizons! Got a question for Dorothy? Write her c/o Montrose Voice, 3-117 Montrose#306, Houston,TX 77006. Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice HOUSTON TRAVEL Consultant!-S20-4227 See our ad elsewhere this issue JAMES O. KRIST1AN, PhD, hypnolOfl.it-977- See our ad elsewhere this issue • LEGENDS Hair D.slgn-908 Wes.ha.mer- 527-01M See our ad elsewhere this issue. MAINLAND SAVINGS ft Loan-3401 Altai Partway-527-8448 See our ad elsewhere this issue "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week in the Voice • MONTROSE TRAVEL-2SM Ralph-522 ■747 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOPPETS CLEANING SERVICE—4B3-6341 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOVING, HAULING. Movemasters, 521-3155. • SALONDANIEL hair care-1626 Cherry- hurst-520-9327 Attend MSA softball games each weekend at Levy Field, off Richmond at Eastside M. ROBERT SCHWAB, attorney—526 9138 See our ad elsewhere this issue SPeEDY PRINTING—5400 Bell.lr. Btvd-667- 7417 See our ad elsewhere this issue. There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice T^VElteCH travel aoeney—S7T0Klrby-522- 8227 See our ad elsewhere this issue. Fumlshlngi-808 Wasthalmer- See our ad elsewhere this issue. CLEMONS Art" Gallery-SOS Marshall—520- 5363 See our ad elsewhere this issue • COMPANY B military wear—8366 Weethe.mer-965-B753 See our ad elsewhere this issue. The Voice has more Montrose readers, more Montrose news, more Montrose advertising. We're Number One. • DINER'S Adult News—240 Westheimer—528- • DCWN8-_ATRecorda—2117 Richmond—523- • DftAMATIKA flifta-3224 Yoakum—526-5457 • FACETS gifts—1412 Weatheimer—523-1412 Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice -1338 Westheimer—524- • KiRBY Newatand—3115 Kirby—580-0246 • LE BAOUL African Art Gallery—4317 Montros»-521-3348 "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week in the Voice PALACE ADULT BOOKSTORE 7637V, LONGPOINT OPEN 24 HRS. VIDEO, FILM, NOVELTIES, ETC. HOUSTON, TEXAS 682-9842 • PLANT HOUSE—612 Weathatmar—S26-77H See our ad elsewhere this issue • Q-1 LEATHEft-408 Westheimer: -527-9044 " Attend MSA softball games each weekend at Levy Field, off Richmond at Eastside • SHOE WAREHOUSE-2024 W«ith.lmer- 524-6606 See our ad elsewhere this issue • STUDZ Adult News-1132 W. Alabama • TEXAS CARAVAN t\ Armadillo Flowera-2115 Dunlavy-520-7019 • TOTALITY STORE-1T2TW Gray-526-8780 There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice For Friday evening, May 14, through Friday evening, May 21, 1982: ARIES—In your sign all week: Venus. Passing through: the Moon, from Tuesday morning to Thursday evening. You're feeling passionate, and your partner is talking about responsibility. Though this usually leads to misunderstandings, right now the opposite happens. You appreciate one another. Talk—and feel—it out. TAURUS—In your sign this week: the Sun, through next Friday morning, May 21. Entering this week: the Moon, next Thursday evening. May 19. An inspiration on a practical level could lead to a display of talent you didn't know was there. And that talent could get you something you've always wanted. If you try sometimes, you just might find you get what you need. GEMINI—In your sign this week: the Sun (enters next Friday morning, May 21) and Mercury- A quick mind and an appreciation of how things work combine to make this a week for organizing, for bringing together the most disparate of elements or people. Come together! CANCER—Everything you do this week (and there is plenty) makes you look good in the eyes of others. Your ability to plan ahead and initiate big new projects will amaze someone you've been wanting to amaze. Catch him while he is stunned. LEO—You may not get the answers, but you are sure asking a lot of questions this week: what's it for, where's it going, why, how—you've got a lot of them. Get the information you need and plunge on. No need to be a cowardly lion. Kiss a scarecrow. Hug a tin man. VIRGO—It's promotion time somewhere in your life. You can go from being an assistant, a part timer, or a once-in-a—whiler to full-fledged control. Don't abuse your new power. Could it be that person you see so successfully once in a while? LIBRA—In your sign this week: Mars. Saturn and Pluto. You've got a knack for seeing the lighter side of things. You can turn serious situations into humorous or even silly ones. Use that for protection. And if someone younger comes to you for help or advice, don't be heavy. Give it in that lighter vein. But give it. SCORPIO—In your sign this week: Jupiter. Something at home is bugging you. You want to get out, get away, try someone or someplace new. And yet, where's your heart? At home, at home. A bit of a dilemma. Talk it out with your partner. Maybe some special travel plans.... SAGITTARIUS—In your sign this week: Uranus and Neptune. Well, you don't need any advice from this quarter this week. You're getting plenty from friends and family. An older man, speaking with authority, will put things in the right perspective. A time for receiving. TaJce it as it comes. CAPRICORN—Your emotions run deep, with a riptide to the surface. Last week's hiding turns into this week's painful openness. Someone who thinks they know you well will be in for a surprise. AQUARIUS—Leaving your sign this week: the Moon, Sunday morning. Fun times continue. There is no holding you back. You are up for almost anything. Kinky and weird have turned into wild and wonderful. You're looking for lust in all the right places. PISCES—Passing through your sign this week: the Moon, from Sunday morning to Tuesday afternoon. The balls you need aren't crystal. All of your psychic and intuitive powers are at high pitch. Dreams, visions, even a beautiful stranger, may be very instructive. Don't be afraid of some crazy love. Last Word UNITED Cab—1103 Anita—654-4040 SHOPS & STORES f£ • TREYMAN gifts-407 West heimer -523-0228 -1212 Westheimer- The news is not for sale By Henry McClurg There are those in the community, including some political figures and business people, who think we should only report "good news." This is especially true, they say, when it is them whom the news story is about. "If you can't report something nice about someone, or some place, why report anything at all," I was told. Well, I'm afraid, my friends, you misunderstand the purpose of a newspaper. Our purpose is to report the news- good or bad—about people and places we think our readers are interested in. The Montrose Voice is a newspaper—a real newspaper. Our first obligation is to our readers—an estimated 18,800 of them each week. They have a right to know—good or bad. They've put their trust in us, so we have a responsibility to report the truth, as best as we can figure it out, even if it's not flattering to someone or some club. Different sections of the Voice of course take separate journalistic approaches. The "Montrose Mouth" is written differently than the news pages, which has a different style than the sports or "Montrose Live" pages. But none of these sections are "for sale." Only the advertising pages are for sale.
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