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Montrose Voice, No. 81, May 14, 1982 - File 023. 1982-05-14. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 11, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/945/show/938.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 81, May 14, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 14, 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 22 Montrose Voice / May 14,1982 ATCO PEST CONTROL ■ Roaches ■ Beetles _■__. ■ Ants ■ Moths V ■ Fleas ■ Rats ■ Ticks ■ Mice SAFE, EFFECTIVE, INEXPENSIVE " We feature the lowest i*"/ prices in Houston, plus /;' Wk |K the best service CALL 1 Ammm 988-1331 __■__■___ Starting this Friday KILLING ME SOFTLY and co-feature NIGHT BOYS tvf1-£NCtiMUflintft) fC 527 07-2 __6l L6U1-1ANA .V H6__t„N _. Houston's turning to the VOICE! All over Houston each week, thousands of gay readers now pick the MONTROSE VOICE as their first choice. In fact, the "Newspaper of Montrose" is now one of the largest gay newspapers in the country. This is even more significant when you consider that the VOICE is not nationwide, not statewide. The VOICE is just Houston. The MONTROSE VOICE distributes 7000 copies each week—all in Houston—that get into the hands of an estimated 18,800 readers. In fact, the VOICE'S Houston distribution is nearly twice that of our competitor. To regular readers of the VOICE, our rapidly exploding new popularity comes as no surprise. After all... • Because the VOICE is just Houston, readers and advertisers don't get lost or confused by ads from other cities. • The VOICE is a professional news operation. We investigate stories and state sources. News is serious and we're serious about it. • The VOICE has each week page after page of news about gay Houston and Houston gay entertainment. Our competitor only devotes a few inches each week to similar Houston material. • The VOICE'S new sports page provides in depth stories each week on the Montrose Sports Association—including softball, bowling and volleyball. Our competitor devotes less than half as much space each week to Montrose sports coverage. • The VOICE covers national gay news and presents in-depth national gay features each week, as the VOICE subscribes to all six existing gay news and feature services, including news from the International Gay News Agency and features from Stonewall Features Syndicate. Our competitor subscribes to none of these services. We've invite you to turn to us too. LJ • The VOICE has award winning cartoonists, including our own Max Angst (who is now syndicated nationwide), San Francisco's Gary Larson and Austin's Ben Sargent (winner of the 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning). • The VOICE has the experience. Henry McClurg, our publisher, has been producing newspapers in Houston since 1973. • There's no "thumbing" by news and advertising in the VOICE. Most of our readers read each page, page by page. And, most of our readers read the VOICE at home, not hurriedly at the bars. At home they've got the time to read the publication thoroughly. • The VOICE has earned the respect of its readers. They know if they read it in the VOICE, they can believe it. • The VOICE circulates through over 70 major distribution points. Yes, Houston's turned to the VOICE in record numbers. And as a reader or advertiser, we invite you to turn to us too. We, as the only gay publication just for Houston, would like to be YOUR first choice. And even though we now out-circulate our competitor almost two-to-one in Houston, our advertising rates are lower—much lower. New advertisers in the VOICE, who are used to advertising in the other publication, receive two big surprises: • The results they receive with nearly twice the Houston circulation they had been used to, and • Their bill. You see, quite simply, they'd been paying too much for advertising and getting too little actual circulation in return. •Figures are as estimated by MONTROSE VOICE Research, following an extensive six month analysis, ending with the week of Feb. 26, 1982. THE VOICE GUARANTEES ITS CIRCULATION. If advertising sales people from any publication state different figures, ask for a "sworn printers affidavit" The VOICE will gladly provide one. Do not be confused by the terms "readership" and "circulation." "Circulation" means the actual number of copies. "Readership" means the number of readers, usually a figure 2.8(an industry standard) times the circulation figure, since an average single copy will end up being read by more than one person. 5719 Kirby/Suite 20 Houston, TX 77005 522-8227 CANCUN 3 nites—$269 Includes ... Round trip air from Houston round trip transfers airport/hotel, hotel, tax, choice of hotels TOWER THEATRE ARTHURSHAFMAN INT L LTD The smash Broadway hit! 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