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Montrose Voice, No. 81, May 14, 1982 - File 026. 1982-05-14. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 4, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/945/show/941.

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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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Title File 026
Transcript May 14,1982 / Montrose Voice 25 CHURCH OF CHRISTIAN FAITH-413 Westheimer-529-8005: worship services Sun, morning & evening & Wed. evening; Bible study Mon. & Tues. evenings; choir practice Wed evening Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice CITIZENS FOR HUMAN EQUALITY (CHE)-609 Fannin »I301-23fr8666: board ___-_ti___8f_"nd T_*_»di.-VH CONG. BETH CHAIM-meets at MCCR, 1919 Decatur—529-4876, 524-5180: service & social 8pm second & fourth Fridays GAY POLITICAL CAUCUS (GPO-4600 Main #217—521 1000: general business meeting 7:30pm first Wednesdays: educational forum 7:30pm third Wednesdays There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice GAY PRIDE WEEK 82 Committee—meets at Kindred Spirits, 5245 Buffalo Speedway-784 8699: meeting 2:30pn. June 6 GAY SWITCHBOARD-529-3211 MONTROSE CLINIC-104 Westheimer-528 5531: open 6-10pm Fri., l-5pm Sun.. 6-10pm Toes. & Thurs MONTROSE COUNSELING Center-900 Lovett >*102—529-0037: National gay health workers convention in Houston June 4-6 Dateline S.F. CONBOE AREA Gag Wornen-7W-0IjM COURT OF THE SINGLE STAR-meets at Pink Elephant, 1218 Leeland—659-0040 CRISIS HOTUNE-22B-1505 The Voice has more Montrose readers, more Montrose news, more Montrose advertising. We're Number One DATA PROFESSIONALS-meeU at La Quinta Motor Inn, 4015 Southwest Fwy.—522- 7H09, f>_3-6___ meeting second Tuesdays DIGNITY—meets at Catholic Student Csn»r. 1703 Bolsover—528-7644: meetings 7pm Satur- EPISCOPAL INTEGRITY/ Houston- meets at Autry House JS265 Main—526-0555: meeting 7:30pm second Tuesdays Larson's zany cartoons- exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice FAMILY & FRIENDS of Gays-meets at MCCR, 1919 Decatur—664-5339; meets second Sunday« Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent—exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice GAY ARCH 1VF7S~n~f"Te"__'-: prnirci (if Interact GAY ATHEISTS League of America—524- GAY ITALIAN Oroup-526 9H44 Attend MSA Softball games each weekend at Levy Field, off Richmond at Eastside Houston Area GAY & LESBIAN ENGI- NEERS& Scientists—526-7386: meets7pm 4th Wednesdays HOUSTON HUMAN RIGHTS LEAGUE- HOUSTON TAVERN GUILD: members include Badlands, Bam, Dirty Sally's. Exile. Mary's. Midnite Sun. Truck Stop • INTERACT/Houston (I/H Inc.)-3405 Mulberry-529-7014, 694-1732: Community Coffeehouse 7:30pm-midnight Fri.; general business meeting 7:30pm first Thursdays (varied locations); educational forum 7:30pm third Thursdays "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week in the Voice • KPFT Radio, FM-90-419 Lovett Blvd.-526- 4000: Wilde n Stein gay radio show 10pm- midnight Thurs. LAMBDA ALANON—meets at 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin-521-9772: meeting Fri. evening LESBIANS & GAY PEOPLE in Medicine- 665-4760: meeting 7:30pm first Saturdays LUTHERANS CONCERNED—meets at Grace Lutheran Church, 2515 Waugh—521- 0863. 453-1143: meeting second & fourth Tues. evenings METROPOLJTsAN Community Church ofthe Resurrection (MCCR)—1919 Decatur-861- 9149: pot-luck dinner 7:30pm Sat.; worship services 10:45am & 7:15pm Sun. & 7:l5pm Wed., membership inquirers class 7:30p«n Mon.; Alanon meeting 8pm Mon.; Alcoholics Ano- nyrooua meeting Spm Mon. & Thurs_ Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice MONTROSE CIVIC Club (Neartownr-meeta at Bering Church, 1440 Hawthorne-522-1000; meeting7:30pm fourth Tuesdays Montroee Sports BOWLING-plays at Stadium Bowl. 8200 Braesmain—960 1518, 961- 1523: games Mon. & Thurs. evenings The Voice has more Montrose readers, more Montrose news, more Montrose advertising. We're Number One Montrose Spurts SOFTBMJU-«!34802 dam 523-0413 eves: season play April 17-July 18; playoffs July 24-Aug. I Montrose Sports TENNIS—524-2151: Teias Cup June 26 at Memorial Tennis Center; "U.S. Openly Gay National Tennis Tournament in San Francisco Memorial Day weekend Montrose Sports VOL___YBALJ_-880-_9_0: games 7:30pm Tues.. Gregory-Lincoln school, 1101 Taft; tournament Aug. 14 at Fonde Recreational Center MONTROSE SYMPHONIC band-meets at Bering Church, 1440 Hawthome—527-9669: meeting 7:30pm Tues.: concert 8pm May 22, Tower Theater, 1201 Westheimer -332-3737: meeting Larson's zany cartoons- exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice TEXAS GAY CONFERENCE IX-869-7231: Slanning meeting 7:30pm May 12. 106 Avon- ale; conference Sept. 3-5 in Houston. TEXAS RIDERS-c/o Mary's, 1022 Westhei- UNITARIAN'UNIVERSALIST Gay Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin— 520-9767. 528-5842: meeting third Sun. after- WESLATAN P__XOW8H_P*^6^-a89- Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent—exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice Max What's P.C.? He actually thinks designer jeans are a product of genetic engineering. ©1982 Randy Alfred What's P.C.? Politically correct isn't the only notion that's P.C. Try these, please, camarados: Popcorn, penny candy, pork chops, pepper casseroles, pressure cookers, packed citrus, Peruvian coconuts, potent cloves, pizza chefs' parmesan cheese, pastrami connoisseurs' pickled cucumbers. Pastry cooks' prepared confections: pineapple custard, peach croissants, plum cookies, pound cake and pure chocolate. Pasteurized cream, percolated coffee. Premium chianti, Pepsi-Cola, & pousse-cafes. Pine cones, pansy crops, pampered crocuses, pristine-condition prescribed cocaine, perinatal care, pediculosis cures, Pierre Curie, Polaroid cameras, pin cushions, pocket compasses, pilot concentration, precise calculations, programmed computers, perpetual calendars, plucky competitors, phone calls, paper clips and post cards. Probable cause, pretrial conferences, peremptory challenges, piracy convictions, plentiful cash, plastic cards, precious commodities, paid commissions, previous claims, prepaid compensation. Pension checks, poker chips, perennial confidence, personal charisma, people's champions, protocol chiefs, prized colleagues, pastoral commendations, penetrating correspondents and picture credits. Public colleges, parade committees, parliamentary councils, partisan circles, powerful citizens' perceived clout, public ceremonies' pomp and circumstance, polite celebrations, party clothes, polo coats, princely costume, patterened canvas, pink chiffon, pretty crystal palace chandeliers, painted cottages, pleasure craft, piper cubs and private clubs. Pleasant company, parlor camp, playful companions, prior connections, presumed compliments, pelvic curiosity, positive communication, prurient era vings, pliant clones, pert cavabers, police cadets, plump catamites, perfect complexion, proper circumstances, Persian carpets, plush curtains, pot cache, pina coladas, paisley couch pillow cases, praiseworthy copulation, priapic communion, paramour climaxes, placid contemplation. Pablo Casals' poetic cadence, Pilgrims' chorus, piano concert!, Paul Cezanne's pastel colors, purple cows and pussy cats. Popular culture: Paddy Chayefsky, Perry Como, Petula Clark, piccolo contests, penguin circuses, paraffin candles and parody cha-chas. Punk communes, planitive cries, Pacific Coast pale coral. Particular countries: Panama Canal, paranoid Czars' Polish currency. Papal conveyances' pollution control, punctual commuters' parking contracts, pedestrians crossing pedestrian crossings, pluralistic communities, peaceful coexistence, planetary consciousness. Planned conclusion. Roff trade: Assistant District Attorney Ken Cady (gay) asked Municipal Court Judge Mary Morgan (lesbian) to drop misdemeanor battery charges against Tim Roff, 21-year-old son of appointed Deputy Mayor Hadley Roff. Judge Morgan granted the motion, and the younger Roff is now clear of charges arising from an alleged anti-gay incident aboard a city bus on Super Bowl Sunday. A week later, Morgan sentenced one of Roff s companions that night, John Fitzpatrick, 25, to 45 days in jail, after he pleaded guilty to a single battery charge. Lie-detector tests and the statements of witnesses all tended to exonerate Roff and another associate, against whom charges were also dropped. Contraband: Pravda reported last month that Soviet authorities had tried and executed former Deputy Fisheries Minister Vladimir Rytov for his involvement in a multimillion-dollar caviar smuggling operation. Were they acting on orders from the Sturgeon Gereral? You know what caviar is: designer fish eggs at $400 per pound. It's best consumed with Perrier, the $10-per-gallon designer water. Are you ready: For the new TV season? The commercial networks are planning spinoffs of two Public Broadcasting system hits. The award-winning sado-masochism documentary, "S/M: One Foot Out of the Closet," will become a game show, "Name That Kink." Shakespeare's "Anthony and Clepatra" will become a weekly series, "Little House on the Nile."
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