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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982
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Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982 - File 004. 1982-06-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/107/show/81.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 85, June 11, 1982
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 11, 1982
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
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Transcript Montrose News/ The Nation June 11, 1982 / MONTROSE VOICE 3 Man killed in Montrose parking lot A 37-year-old man was shot to death in the parking lot of the 3317 Montrose Building June 5. He was identified as Loren Graves Wilder, 37, an electronics technician employed by Rice University. He lived at 1204 Bartlett. Police said he was shot by one of three men who robbed him in the early morning hours behind the building, on the corner of Hawthrone and Roseland. Several persons, including a nurse and a former medic who were customers at nearby Grifs Shillelagh Inn, 3416 Rose- land, heard the shooting and came to his aid. Wilder was dead on arrival, however, at a hospital. Gay Pride Week gets closer as GPW Committee firms plans Photostory by Ed Martinez Leaders ofthe Gay Pride Week (GPW) 1982 Committee, an organization that has taken charge of coordinating most special Houston gay events during Gay Pride Week, met Sunday, June6 at Kindred Spirits, 5245 Buffalo Speedway, to finalize preparations for the June 17 to June 27 holiday. Larry Bagneris, president of the Gay Political Caucus, serves as co-chair ofthe GPW Committee with John Kirk, a collections agent. Baffnerift outlined plans for a full paffe advertisement during Gay Pride Week in the Houston Post, but said some difficulties had arisen in getting the ad accepted by the general circulation daily newspaper. One of the problems that cropped up this year, as last year, he said, was the attempt by some individuals to copy and sell GPW Committee T-shirts and buttons for their own profit. Bagneris critized those who worked in competition with the "official" Gay Pride Week products. The copies are of an inferior quality, he said, and Bagneris advised people to buy their T-shirts and buttons from established gay businesses. The final public meeting ofthe group is scheduled for Sunday, June 13, again at Kindred Spirits, 2:30 p.m. Research project planned on black gay males A research project on black homosexual men will be launched by Leonard Green, a writer and social researcher at Atlanta's Morehouse College, it was announced. Green said he plans to administer a survey to randomly selected subjects in New Orleans, Houston, Atlanta, Washington, D.C, and San Francisco. Green said his research will enable black homosexual males to associate and assimilate this material from a black perspective. He also said he expected the project to help the community at large to better understand the black homosexual male as well as to promote better identification among gay black men from different locations around the country. Sweating in style Pacific News Service As any fitness buff will tell you, the problem with exercise bicycles is that pedaling away to nowhere is boring. But a new model on the market is designed to change all that. It's called the "Heart Mate," and features a built-in color TV and stereo, allowing exercisers to tune into stock market reports or the day's soap operas. The bike also has its own computer to take riders through several simulated trips over hill arid dale while digital display keeps track of how many calories are being burned off. $sm CALIFORNIA; £-*K_k\ / "IHAVE FCWMT-* lLUr^,NO^g^^lHASrFWRJ^' 'EVERUPWRD-) ^&frn^/ *H0NEy,WKTyOJWRcy YOURPRS_rryUTU£HEM> 0/ERTH\SvEQUeLWGHI5' NONSENSE-* CWWtoWS*-*-*. Montrose Mouth No Hill/GVO debate, says Gary Gary Van Ooteghem has turned down an invitation to debate Ray Hill over GVO's testimony in a pronography trial. Gary, as you read in the VOICE a month ago, testified for the prosecution. Ray did so for the defense (the French Quarter theater). But, even though the two are not on the same political terms, they are on speaking terms, and were seen last week politely discussing who-knows-what. Van Ooteghem. by the way, informs the MOUTH that Ed (Lou Grant) Asner. a died-in-the-wool Democrat, sent the Van Ooteghem election campaign a $200 contribution. Gary was seeking the Republican nomination for Harris County Treasurer, but lost to incumbant Henry Kriegel —• — Dignity, the gay Catholic organization, celebrated its eighth anniversary last Sunday. David Decker, president of the local chapter, gives us some background on how Dignity first started. He says a group of gay Catholics in 1972 or 1973 organized, at first calling themselves Dignity, but later changing the name to Integrity/Houston when it was discovered they were not properly affiliated with the national organization of Dignity. Then, in 1974, another group of gay Catholics were granted a charter from the national group, and thus the "official" Dignity chapter was started Meanhile, Integrity/Houston stopped being strictly a religious group and became more of a political group. Later they became incorporated as an educational group and changed names again, this time to Interact/Houston. This was done to avoid confusion with still another group, Episcopal/Integrity. You see. in other cities, the local chapter of gay Episcopalians are known as Integnty/what-ever-city, but that name was already taken in Houston by the "original" Dignity group. But, alas, the name Integrity/Houston was finally acquired June 1 by the gay Episcopalians. In future issues of the VOICE, when we say Integrity/Houston, we'll now be referring to the gay Episcopalians, not the educational forum now known as Interact/Houston that used to be a political group known as Integrity/Houston that used to be a religious group known as Dignity. Got it clear? -•- Black and White Men Together together with the Montrose Sports Association, is staging a carnival on "Juneteenth Day," which is (for you that don't speak the language) June 19th. And remember, for more info on BWMT, MSA or any group in our city, just call the Gay Switchboard. 529-3211, evenings. The final public meeting of the Gay Pride Week Committee is Sunday at Kindred Spirits, 2:30 p.m. Larry Bagneris John Kirk and the dozens of others who have worked their tails off for this year's 11-day holiday invite you out. The City of Houston VD Buggy will be at Midtowne Spa tonight (Friday), 9pm-1am, for free blood tests—plus tests for gonorrhea and hepatitis-B
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