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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 May 14,1982 / Montrose Voice 27 •MIDTOWNE SPA-3100 Fannin-522- 2370: male. See our ad elsewhere this issue. •2306 CLUB—2306 Geneasee— 528-6235: male. RESTAURANTS •BACCHUS-623 Lovett-523-3396 See our ad elsewhere this issue ■BAJA'S—402 Lo vett-527-9866 See our ad elsewhere this issue. • BANNISTER—1322 Westheimer—526-0355 •BRASSERIE-515 W. Alabai_B-5_8-8744 •CHAPULTAPEC-813 Richmond-622- 2366 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •DECATUR CAFE—708 W. Alabama— 828 8837 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •■GREEK ISLAND-302 Tuam-522-704n •GYRO GYROS Sandwich Shop-1536 Westhei mer—S28-466S See our ad elsewhere this issue • HARHAFs Ethiopian Cuisine-428 Westheimer—626-2896 See our ad elsewhere this issue • HOUSE OF PIE8-3112 Kiiby--68MB16 •JADE DRAGON-224 Westheimer—526-2683 • MARCELO'SIceCream-1521 Westheimer— 9 Lovett-528-3569 •RASCALS-2702 Kirby-524-6272 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •SPUD U-LIKE-416 Westhei •O'ERS-1303 Westheimer-528-8823 Dorothy Looking for Mr. Right (Editor's note: "DearDorothy"is our new "advice to the lovelorn" column, starting this week. Watch for it each week in this space. And if you have questions or problems, write Dorothy, c/o Montrose Voice, 3317 Montrose #306, Houston, TX 77006.) Dear Dorothy, Why iB it that every time I enter a bar looking for a hunk, some nelly queen comes up to me to visit and I end up missing the chance to meet "Mr. Right"? Any suggestions? Perplexed Dear Perlexed, You might take a few moments to visit with Miss Nell and then excuse yourself with "I have to find someone I came here looking for." That will let you off the hook as you are not saying "who"you are looking for and if that person has a name at the time. If that doesn't work, just cut the conversation short and move on, saying "I came to cruise...." You might ask yourself why the nelly queen(s) seem attracted to you. Write again if I haven't hit a solution you like and I'll try once more. Dear Dorothy, Who are you and what qualifications do you bring to your advice colum? Wondering Dear Wondering, I am a degreed professional person with numerous years of experience counseling with people in a caring, loving manner. I also facilitate rap groups on male sexuality and relationships and am very concerned that gay people realize the variant life styles that are open to them because of their sexuality. Coming out of a midwestern background I have chosen the name "Dorothy" (not my real name) for obvious reasons for identity with the gay community. Hopefully through this colum I will be able to offer some sound advice and add a little humor to your life. •STAR PIZZA-2111 Norfolk-523-0800 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •STEAK -N' BOG—4231 Montroae—628-8135 •TIM'S Coffee Shop—1525 Westhei mer-529- SERVICES ATCO Pest Controt-988-1331 See our ad elsewhere this issue Larson's zany cartoons— exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice HOUSTON TRAVEL ConsultanM-820- 4227 See our ad elsewhere this issue JAMES D. KRISTIAN, PhD, hypnoLogi.t-977-2485 See our ad elsewhere this issue •LEGENDS Hair Deaign-906 Westheimer-627-0188 See our ad elsewhere this issue. MAINLAND SAVINGS A Loan-3401 Allen Parkway-527-8446 See our ad elsewhere this issue Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent—exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • MONTROSE TRAVEL-2506 Ralph- 622-8747 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOPPETS CLEANING SERVK E-493- 6341 See our ad elsewhere this issue MOVING, HAULING. Movemasters, 521-3155. There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice See our ad elsewhere this issue SPEEDY PRINTING-6400 Bellaire Blvd.-667.7417 See our ad elsewhere this issue. Attend MSA Softball games each weekend at Levy Field, off Richmond at Eastside TRAVEL TECH travel »gencv-571f» Klrby-822-8227 See our ad elsewhere this issue. UNITED Cab-1103 Anita-654-4040 SHOPS & STORES "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week in the Voice •ASYLUM Adult Book. (-■_■■ •BALL PARK Adult Bookstore-1830 W, Ala- •THE BED HOUSE-21 16 Norfolk-52..- 8278 See our ad elsewhere this issue. Tremendous circulation in Montrose—the Voice •BLUE IRIS-3618 S. Shepherd-023- 1827 See our ad elsewhere this issue •BYMAN'S Environmental Designs & FineF_rnishings-608Westheimer-529. 8002 See our ad elsewhere this issue. CLEMONS Art Gallery-803 M___hall- 520-5353 See our ad elsewhere this issue •COMPANY B military wear-6366 Westheimer-965-9763 See our ad elsewhere this issue. The Voice has more Montrose readers, more Montrose news, more Montrose advertising. We're Number One • DINERS Adult News—240 Westheimer— Fortunes by Tycho • FACETS gifts-1412 Westheimer-523-1412 Larson's zany cartoons— exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice • FRENCH QUARTER Adult Theater- 3201 Louisiana -527 -0782 See our ad elsewhere this issue. •FRIDAY'S FloriBt-1338 Weatheimer—524- • KIKHY Newstand"—SI15 Kirby-;-._«-[>_4H • LE BAOUL African Art Gallery—4317 Montrose—521-3348 Pulitizer prize winning political cartoonist Ben Sargent—exclusive in Houston in the Montrose Voice PALACE ADULT BOOKSTORE 7637-4 LONGPOINT OPEN 24 HRS. VIDEO, FILM, NOVELTIES, ETC. HOUSTON, TEXAS 682-9842 •PLANT HOUSE-812 Weatheimer-526^ 779H See our ad elsewhere this issue •Q 1 LEATHER-408 W_stheiroer-527-9044~ There's more Montrose sports coverage in the Voice • STUDZ Adult NewB-li:,_ W. Alabama Attend MSA Softball games each weekend at Levy Field, off Richmond at Eastside •TRES CHIC «y ewear-520 Westhei mer-526- 0878 •TREYMA.N gifU—407 W_rt__s___r—6_3-0_28 "Montrose Art" by Ed Martinez, exclusive each week 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—/'T 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 seriouB 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. Take 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. * 1982 Stonewall Features Syndicate LaSt Word by Henry McClurg Sad commentary on fundamentalists Eating at Albritton's Cafateria the other day, an older woman at a table nearby, talking to a friend, remarked, "I read where Billy Graham is going to Russia. I admire that man, but he's taking his life into his own hands going over there." This woman really believes that the Soviet citizens, since they live in a technically atheist country, would literally try to physically harm Graham. She equates atheism with evil. Tuning this thought down further, her view is that if you're not a Christian—then you're bad. There are only two kinds of people in the world, she thinks: Christians (who are good) and everybody else (who are bad—and not just bad, but evil in every way). It's sad that she thinks this way. It's sad that a lot of people have this mentality. It's sad that people all over America, through fundamentalist churches, are being taught that those who do not believe in the deity they believe in, the way they believe in it, are wicked people.
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