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Title Connections, Vol. 2, No. 10, October 1980
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  • Olinger, James K.
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date October 1980
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Austin, Texas
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Transcript OCTOBER, 1980 AUSTIN TEXAS VOL.2· NOJO Be -I I., the early rorn1ng of JllnC' 28, 1980, in a very (..'Or - vcnlcntly out-of-tl~y pnrk.iny lot, a lifu \ .11. traqically and scr ... clc ly cut .:tort by tJ "accidental" discr..!lrQC of un off-duty Houstor. rulicc_ Officer' s .45-calilx:r autaro ic pist.ol. Hitncsscs? l\l.so very convc:'licntly, only on : 10toc-r off-duty uouuwn Police Of fleer. Victims? .. 'hou­sands uud tinll:i...uib of survivors wro nust live with the ..... E.' ITrocy o.t ~ incident mid one 27-~-;)ld man \..00 i 1 .:ill probo.bi.11ty ~ knew \o.tla.t hit h:i.."'.l. \ ith the l'Lick of 'rod' death still fresh 1n the hearts u.'1d mi o the i carm.;.,ity, the "acclilcnt" storv just isn't a ll.i.r1':J. J.nStcaJ, i.z1vcstigat.10ns by totl{ citizcn!.i' groups a:ld CjOVCY'11Jl'C:lt t.-or,t..iJ UC' to prom ~ circ1.nst.llrKY-' of the ~ho::l ing. Prrhaps through .. reir E"ffortt; IC' will prov, th t tt clCddc: l II w..!$!1 I t f'r I death but tile s ~t1.oi th t the llr.1 im..l its enf-0rcers are not sUb ct to Jus+-icc. I .. ~ difficult for .!!U.l'lY to separate ~.a ecli.· gs ulxrut t'l ex P~ ·z fron the o..:>_.ectiVl ob Of ~a.,­. iiing r approprUltc rte :;per .c to tk' (>Xfe'..;t.od \·lhit:C".-r.u;h. HQU5ton 's gay !lI1d lcsbL:i."'l ccnrunity is haooica~"'l.1 ir lts ability to iJ vestigatc thi5 or a.'1y ot.het" r..i.ttcr inwlving UK l!Ol1ston Pc:licc Dcpartnrnt, h:.'C~ ...... e Fred P.:iez wa:: t/,~ pcrnon uoo did t.hLlt • The b:lsic f.ict that our threat to HPD 's frequent. lt1wlessncss was Fred Pnez 's ability M an i.'1vestigntor und organizer of m!lterial sul:Gtcmtiating r:ol100 aUise of i:o.·Aer q.ivcs the test indication of row 11£\CCl.Ucnt..U" Fred' s death .-r.lS • The cen::.truotiOn of the \okiitewa:>h ha:.; b:qun. Thf:. llarris COU.'1tY Medical ~ie.r ' s office ha:J i-ulod ti.at 1:ra:1 Paez 's deatli \.US "ace id ntal." ·~ir 1nve_t.ig tor, cecil wu.c:o, said, ''\:e have no choic<' rut to na1<c a Con~inued on pu1e 4 NORTON SOUND TRIALS END by Victoria Pcdesta Hearings aguinst eight ~., acc.JScd of :tnn:>sexual lrllnvior ab:>ord the USS t-.orton SOU.'ld have concluded after finding t\.o w:ircn guilty a..'1d reccmrerding their discharge fran the tiiavy. Fireman 1\ppre.'1tice Alicia Harris and Fi.rer.an Recruit Wc>ndi Williams ~e fo.rrrl g-~ty of ni.s<:ond\.lct due to "ha:OCexu.ll b::havioru in discharC? hearings r ul ting ror. ~ .imies tigati.On which t:egan • -.:J'f 15, 1 980. 'l\.-o other va:c:. ~e cleared of tl'e charge!.. and rccom~ r i for rct:cntio:"" .m the ' avy. I.1 ...rpr .avy d..i-oppcd c~ .:J.nJ tho r ;..rig our xren. l ;1.lly 24 \-U-er 0 !L' c1xused of lesbian , , Ol of 61 ~en ..,tdt10ned c.1.a:n:d , ~ , a ~s~: t:.-st ... hip hich tu:: in LOm Bc-a=h, Callfornia. The charqc- stLm­ir 1t Lal ..tl.k"1atior, .made by one ~ ia: , .i.r.J [lc l.!l -:j ~ U.'10. I" •:.iD l.r. b:: i1:i. • (I \X>re> drawed uqainst 16 of the 24 \o.at'e.'1 (.<le to :..n!>""Uffic1ent e-v1dencc, and the reru.i i.r. J e..ight f.accd <;;h 1r9 ot lesbianism and invcst•qatlons which lvm ir1to their se.xual conduct l:efore iolOO after rll the '.avy. The ~t-Judl.::ial trials "12re held tclore a panel of three Ja., 1 officers, of which ot least O."lC was a \'.U• . :m, Evidcnc •.. ' hi.ch \.OUld !'Vt normally m OOmittcd .into civ1l proceeding. is all~;ed in these hcarir.gs 1.;.ndcr val rcgulatio:is. Susan !-k.'Grelvy, the k~ican Ci i1 !.ih;;r tic:: 'n10n (JICU;) attorney l\ru'ldl.ing the defer:se of the e~ht v.QTl:.!:r1,ter.'."cd the lnly of £Vl.Clel'lCe against t , ih:i--.: ll'Cludcd clkZCJes of kJ..SSmg, stro:tlng th::l r.air of a t 1 , cxl vi.&i ti."lg llrl am.J.SCITe.'1t par 0:1 "Ciay Day," he: ar _ y a::d .irr::Je."ldo. The lCJ.J.. ,:ontc: that -~ prcferen..~ stould rot b:;: an 1. .ml s H ir.t.c:r+eres with u sailor' ... JOb psrforn~, u ::c .J to fi.gat the charye..; 0 • this cyQ\l! :-;pi re tccx:£ c,f ti-e hearings. Washington - Loonu:cd Natlovich plar.s to return to the Air Force nftcr a federru Judge's ruling that the crvicc wa:- wro:.g ir. ousti "19 the deco.rated Vietnam vet­& un sinply l::ccause he was a lJ::nosex-.ml.. " -want to show the you:iger gays and lesbians" ..hat they can do a good job m the r.:ilitary, said the 37-year­old Matlovich after the St::pte"'.'l:er 9 decision ~ r .s. ::ll.st.r.ict JUdqe Gerhard A. Gasell in the 5-year-old case. Co~tin~cd on pa~e 5 C 0 N N E C T : 0 N S l 401 .:anor P.oJtd =118, AJStir,, t:-: 78722 ~1l/4 74 - 16o0 HOt.'?S : 6- 10 p.r:::. .d.itOr/P'.ibll.&hcr • Ju: 01L'1gcr '"..rapr~::. . • • • Lor. ~ i? • • • • • • • tlaydc Frey => tr Lwtior. . • • . ~:ayde Frey h::vcrti.,lJYJ • . . . • • Paul Heisel : .... tioncl. /ldvcrtising . • . • Joe DiSah:l.to 666 6th Ave. , •. (!'.·1 York, :,y 10010 (212) 242- 6863 !IK.. . Icr..:.s- r..ars .iahner, tlayde Frey, Rob Glps, Roy Hill, Jim Olinger, Victorid Po:lestu, Glenn Scott. Pit• ~--J.ir.- 011.ngcr, Carr Strorig. Pi li.:ATI<l.S- - J\LC1': • cw.:;lettcr, Austin LamhJrl .c....-:;lctt:e", Di..ilog, National !-.10'1 T.irrcs, hl \'leek in ~a:; . • ra s L.s Jodic.i.ted c;:o providin'j d forurr for l ~./ uy 1..-cmrur.ity of hustin and rcx""'. Pub- 1 ..... .:i i o.t th r u.TC or ~aph of ar.y person or t 1 .. 1Qn ts not to t.c ta~"l <l5 cmy indication X'tal or:lt.!.l wtior. of that persor. or org....r.1- I S i,.c~ ..ir..::.OllCit:.ed lier.£ 1.. i nd/or f atur .J.rti.:le&, pOOtogrrlphs, drclwing ... , cU'lCl [X)etry. If r irn o~ c1Cknc711ledgemmt is requc-.A:lrl, plc..b • icL <.J o ta; .pcd , sclf- addressEXI envelope. ~ tJ...'"l'!Cl S wi.l! not u:;;;ir.t:! res,thlsibility for lJ'. :>lid tcd ITU tcr i.cJJ. • 4 Puhl ~he<l b'; Gay C<:Tnlnit:y Services , a prQ9rilrl of tte 'liVC!"S~ Yt'CVY!x;:A, 2330-~~PG· Austin, Tcxa.: 78705 . !'6lephonc: 512/477-669~' Gay COTM.lnity SE"rvices coordir.ating COUncil Mcnb:"JShip • • . . • . . . • Lynn 11£.lay Off.ice . . . • . . • • . . • Rob Gips Spca><crs Bureau . . .. . . • • Troy Stokes Publications • . . . . • • . Jim Oli:lger " I ? ~ ? ? ?'l.9 \Jl 9 • • ? ~ . " • ...J • '\ '1_ ? '1 ~ Questi6ns? q ') ? ? ,J ~ 1,) (" '1. 1. ? . ? • . 1 . " . ? ? GAY COMMUNITY SERVICES '? ? HOTLINE .:l • 477-6699 ROBIN TYLER APPEARS IN AUSTIN On Saturday, O:torer 4, at 8:'30 p.m., lesbian canic ~bin Tulcx:_ wiU appqar "direct Erorn llol.l::fll.ood" nt HOgg Auditorium on the UT-Austin carpus. Hailed by l'~·lSWEEK as the contcnμ)rnry heir to Lenny Bruce, Robin Tyler has l:x:?cn putting feminism (.lllU social issues into her own hilarious brand of c..'Cr.nly for over 1 2 vears . I'll.th pMtner Pat Harrison, she took the Only c;inti­W< ll'" shew (>V('r to make it into ViebUllTI by interviewing for the USO in mlniskirts .:is a sisters' act. In 1975, roc siqned them to a 3-year contract, b.lt the conflict Let.,~ Tyler's i::olitical reliefs and camnrcial TV soon OO;am.;i too stonq. She orgi:l.!1ized against the John Brigg .. anti-gay initiative (prohibiting qay teachers fran publ.J.C scrools in Cill..ifomia), anJ after a keynote cld::lrcss at cl Gay Frc.>a.lcrn Duy Rally l:efo:re 750,000 p:.q>le, her AOC contract "ran out." Tyler since then ha!:i b.lilt u c.iroer ..i.s " oolo ...t.m:i-up conic - one of fmu- \'QT'cn m llollyw:Q], una tnc only o~ lesbian, tO'CiO so. Sha has rcccnUy released her first r;olo LP on Olivia Records, the lurgest feminist label. "Al.ways a Br:i.dcsrruid, Never a Groan" is the first caredy rccorn rcll'a.::cd by the faninist record Wustry. Jubilation, .l\:Jstin 's \o.Uren' s band, will OPQn for ~bin . Tl.eke.ts arc S4 . 00 at the (loor . The event is sp::msorc-j bf the hew J\rrm"ican M::>vcrrcnt, Austin L<lrntx:la, N.J.;PC, Gay camunity Services , h'arcnsp.:ice, md the University Y. legal Services in Civil and Criminal Matters DOUGLAS D. BEHRENDT ATTORNEY AT LAW 11 est A.~d rson ~an ~~!· 2~7, Au t n rx 16152 Phon~: xtice 4So-3 8; idenc 443-14~1 LICENSED TO PRACTICE UM IN TEXAS SWCE )~9 ' ...I. --- pr Un Au an st Ire at oc a Sp fc RC S\'. Sij al s r ~~~~~~CONNECTIONS~~~~~~ 3 ~,~~sPEAKERSBUREAUs~~~ The"Gay Comunity Services Speaker's Bureau has The 1\u.stin L<r.lhla-Alli!\: Speaker's Bureau has sp::r presented \'.Q:'Cn and m?n speakers recently at st. John ken to r:me than 400 perSCl:"..s b r:a"ly classes and groups ~ited Methodist Church and at th<? t::U.ttria:i ClT...u:ch of since its formation i..'11'!.arch, 1980. Fran hotline trair.- 1\ustin, toth as a result of those groups conta:ting Q'S ing to East Austi.'l civic <p:"O'..:ps to huge Ul' =lasses, t.11c a"X'l requesting sp:;.>akers. L'l late O.::tol:er, the a:s Bureau's panels of ;-.a:e-: and ::en have J::x:?en informing Sp.)a.~f>.r ' s Bureau will present Dr. Ron Sa~. .- ey, a faculty the citizens of l\ustb aro.:t the pleasures dnd problerrG rranb3r at SOutm·"3St Texa.<> State University in San ~lar<.."'05, of lesbians a'1d gay rnn. at Dr. Sheila Fling's psyclx:>logy classes at Sl·:TSU. Thi..<; l<t:>ro speakers a...-e nee::led. The next training session occasion will ~ the first tiire that OCS has presented will oo conducted this fall. '!his session will <.--over a student or faculty ne:rnl..cr fran St·m>u at swrsu for a ~uch topics as legal and statistical information, sensi- S~c>.r ' s Bureau cngagcnent . - tivc, difficult or personal yuestions and general ideas For further information, please leave a res.sage al:out prcsentatiDns. 1·:e also need people to resear.::h '.._f-o-r- ,T;r,o.y. .a_ t _477_-6_699_. ______________ ..,.. topic'Ts hteo B ouor e:aLui cilsu dreeda diny ato f umtaukree l rbireocfh purrees. entations TEXAS GAY CONFERENCE SEVEN SET IN DENTON The seventh armual Texas Gay conference, si;:onsorocl l1:r' the Texas Gay Task Forc;c, will te held i.ri 0e~1ton at the l)Jnton Civic; Center on Octoror 18 and 19, 1980. '!'here will be a registration, a get-acquainted party, D.lld a film sha.;.ing at 7:00 p.m. at La Quinta r-Dtor Inn on Friday, Octolx'.r 17. Denton is 35 miles nortlr.·.est of Dallas and al:::out 25 milcz fran 0~·1 airpJrt. A wide variety of v.orksrops will te held, including G<J.y History, Lcqal Har.!lSsm:mt, W5bians and the Feminist ~t, the Tt."l'F Rcorqanization , Caning Out, Organiz­iJ19 Gay TclopOOne Services, Faru.nism for Gay Men, Effects of Gay support Groups , the Gay Ir.nge in the !!cdia, Rela­tionships, a Politicians ' ,Pa."lel, and the Far Right ~·:.U19 . Other i.lCtivities include SuOO.ly r:orning ...:hapel, Human Rights Advocates (the Texas Guy 'Iask Force lobby effort) fund-raising ideas, the Texas Gay Tas.1< Force Business Meeting, and cu.ucuscs for Blaci'.s, Chic.mos, the physically challenged, prof!'snional, rural, -..arcn, and any other involved groups. Mvancc registration {oofore CX:torer 11) is $15. ~istration at the door is $20. Student registration :Lo hnll-priC<I \$7. GO $10) . ~ -Quinta- Motor nn ·A reserving a group of rocrns for 'KC-7 . Other rotels arc nearby wxl ultcrnate housing is available on a limited basis. For norc information, c..'Ontact 'l'exas Gay confer­ence 7, P.O. Box l\K., Denton, 'l'X 76201 , 214/528-9079 or 817/387-8216. Care "DO IT Ill DEl'nOO." GCS PHONE COUNSELORS NEEDED by ~b Gips Gay ccxmunity Services curre."ltly needS volunteer co.mselors. Duties include telepOO?ie and drop-in peer ' counseling, as ~11 as making referrals to varioos Aus­tin service organizations , t:usinesses a."11:1 professionals. Ne neod mature, service-oriented i!".dividuals to \'JOrk fran 6 :00 to 10:00 PM one night per wee.<. You'll oo perfor:nir.g a valuable service for Austin. Peer coon­seling is a lot of fun, too! Interested lesbia."lS and gay rren should telepho:".e the G:S office at 477-6699 a'"ly eve.-;ing bet-.-..ee:1 6 :00 and 10:00 PM for rrore information. 1AUSTIN LESBIAN/GAY SKATING PARTY BIG SUCCESS A hundred aoo ninctcc..11 lesbians and gay rren attendoo the citywide roller skating party September 22 at Hot Wheels SkatclaIXl. The party was organized by 1,ynn Aday of ccs and 1:7,' Roy oakc.s c;>f 1\u~tin ~a. The event was a financial success , since it: paid expenses. The party was a social success as v.ell, as i:J{.>Oplc generally had a blast. Seeing all thOSO lesbians and gc1ys yracefully roller skating, ~disco-dance style, unfur the disco lights, was a real high. one ·...awn fell on the rink flo<?r ard broke her arm, putting a small c1anp.:>r on an otherwise super party for all of lesbian/gay llustin. ant1 ans\..ur questions for any group, club or class in thG general Austin area. Specific topic presentations can oo arranged upon request. For further information, plc'1Se leave a rrcssnge for either Paul or &..-otty at 478-8653. Dan's -~W1~~ENT co. TYPEWRITERS · CAlCUUTORS · DICTATION EQUIPMENT SMALL COf'flKS-£CORRfCTfOll::.TYPfWRITERS SERVICE - RENTALS - SALES ADLER • IBM • SMITH CORONA • SANYO DICTATION RENT PURCHASE PLAN AVAILABLE ON MOST MODELS SANYO DICTATION EQUIP. · HOURS - MON. · FRI. 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 00 PlllllC m1u.au 474-6396 PAEZ XILLINC - continued fro::: p;;ige l ruling i."l lbc with that . . . I'm canfortable with the ruling ." TtV2 Harris COUnty Merlical Exarni."ler ' s Office did have SE.·;cral croices - one of 'Which was to make no ruil.'19 at all, a"rl I suspect his "cer'lfort" can:? when he yielda:l to the pressure of his cop peers. Of course, the Hanicide Divisi~ and the District:. Attorney' s .office have announced that their bvestigations arc continuing. And , t.'iey restated that they are ha.'1dling this case "just liJ.-.e any other case. n They neglect to explain e>wctly what tmt rrca.'lS, rut I will: In all cases, the investigators and the prosecutors start with a μ:>lice rep.Jrt a."rl \·.Ork very hard to prove that the rcp)rt is true in all of its details an:l features . That is exactly what is ooing dOne in tho Fred Paez ..:asc. · The lnn.icide detective \·.orking the Paez case is John oorovan, t·iho advised the Fred Paez Task Force that he had spoken with Fred• s rot.'t\cr on several occasions prior to Fred ' s death. What they discussed \~e rrot:hOds of £:.-&suading Prcrl to give up the gay lifestyle or at least stop his efforts on rchalf of the Houston HUiran Rights League and the Gay Political caucus. The i;olicc clain that docs not indicate a c..-onflict of interest. I , cl.rid others , disagree. John Dorova.., help:;d construct the official story ab:>ut Fred ' s death and FQrtrayed Fred in its vi.dco­f:. tlpoj version. 'Itlo μ:>lit'e an:.! the District Attorney 1 s office ra~ su.;h ~ in al.:. such ''accide.:.,tal" deaths cg..ised by HOu:;ton' s infarous!y trigger-happy cops . Sgt. L.L. F'Ulgra.;: was the first on the scene msidcs rtcoy (triggerma.'l) an:l ca:1n (han:ly \.1.tness) • I"Ulqra~, with his partner c .v. P.udsan, \';ere th(> only survivors of a s1m.1lnr scenario i.r1 1976 in which Gary Wayne Stock (a'lOthcr \ll'Ulrt:'ed gay victim of n p:>licc s!o:>ting) was killed. Fred still had oot cl'bsed the Stock investigation \·.hen he was kille.'.l . lf you t.elieve al! of that is just suspicious coincide."'ICC, J10t11tr0bably still mlieVC'! in the Tooth Fairy. • Jl Let ii! eonsider the District ~!torncy Is uhd his assistants I attitude arout l esbians and gay J'C I\ nnd our civil rights . Johnny Hokes organizc1 r<ieisL groups in high school and college. 5arc tirce ago, I asked h.1Jn why the D.A. 's office had released a man who had stablx!d a young gay Chicano after the i;olicc had cu-rested una Jailed the assailant. :O.'Ot only did he have no Cll'lS\•.er, he said he did rot need one a.00 gave oo irx1ication that the matter ,..,ould l:.e investigated furtrer . Tcz:ry \·lilso:i, the assista.'1t D. l\. in charge of the Civil Riqhts Division (responsible for investigating the deuth of Fred Pae:i:) is lm:Jo..m in the legal professiDn as "the fox quardll19 the chicken coop." Like HOJ.r.es, ~ .ilsOn is a cop wro socializes with cops and was rcr..~­nized as the Houston Police DepartT.cnt- approvcd ap£:Qint­IT'C!.' 1t tD the i;osition t-men ho got it. There is w 00pe of any sub:>ta:1tive state investiga­tion intD Fred Paez ' s death. Federal??? The U.S. Attorney' s office hns assiqncd their test age.'1ts to the case, rut what can they do if th:l FQlice (McCoy and Cal..'1) stick to their story? They oc."lilOt even dcpen:i on the accurocy of a polygraph test, b..>causc the video tape {X>licy has rehearsed the officers to their prcpa.re:l story. Many of us do not accept the "accidental" version of Fred• s death. A few of us have not accepted the r.x:>lice version of Gary Wayne Stock' s death. And, like Gary' s case, the only rope for justice is in the hards of those of us -..mo never give up. We 111.lSt keep the issue aliw l::rj reacting to attenpts to cover- up by the officials; W3 rcust write l etters to the editors of daily newspapers; ... ~ llUSt write or call μ:>liticia.'15 often to let them knOw that w are not going to forget the deaths of Gary Wayne Stock nna Fred Paez. \·le , am our concern, will rot go cx.ny. One thing for sure: If you, or I , 1100 e.'lCOUnt;ercd a i;oliae officer's cocka:l .45 aut:a.>atic in a dark alley, Fred Paez~ keep the case op::m untll justice was done. Reprinted frcm '!UIS WEEK Ill TEXAS llORTO:I SOUND TRIALS EUD - continued from.page l Navy sμ:>ke.sm:m Lt. Orc1r . Mark Baker said that the Navy has no btention of revising their rulings on raro­sexuality. The Naval code prohibits tarosexuals tecausc they arc "security risks, " and they crea~ "norale problems. " ~reivy am the eight sailors claim that the inves­tigations have created rrore of a norale problem than any of the ~aviors that have been questioned. Navy fireman Louise Fitzr:orris said that l:cfore the investigations the ~ cpt along well with ea::h other aro with the rren on 1:.oard. "New we walk cbvin the passageway am l:oth the guys and the ....aren say ' Don' t touch ma, you queer.' " In her o.-m defense Nilliams said, "I \o.OUld like - if this l:oard decides to discharge rm - to b:! discharged for stupidity, not for miscontluct." "My ~·.ork in the Navy has men real good. n'ler'Cfore, ~ llUSt b:! real dumb - the duml::est nigger in the Navy - if I let these things happen , to carmit these acts in a roon with 60 people where anyone could see." Upon hearing the guilty verdict, Williruns walked out the door am ripped off her navy tic. The Navy dropped all charqcs against the remaining four ·,.oren. Mc.'Greivy felt thc publicity generated by the t.rials was a key £actor in the charqcs OOing dropped. l1c'Greivy claims the Navy has l:ecn highly discrimi.n­c: itory in their croice of the eight \'.cm:?n. Originally, all of the black ~ aboard ship were uccusod nna the O!lly b;u to be c."Onvicted are bl.a:k. . Joru:uuc ':hclps, chairfCrson of thc California State ~:tJ.'l Lesbian Rights Task Force, echoes McGreivy ' s opinion. There are gay i:ren al:oard thc Nortorl 'Sound woo have re­quested d~ a-xi they ' re not even tcing C'O:lSidcrcd , " she said. An:! half this issue car.e out of the fact that tren IllOOe passes at sore of the accused \'tten and they refused." 1CI.J.J executive director Rawna Ripston called the entire affair "cm at~k on the Waren-al-Sea program. " ~prin~ .from NATICtW. NO.· Tn1F.:S --~-'- " I • -- )­; e re, CANDIDATES ' 80 CONNECTIONS GLANCES AT THE OPT IONS by Jim Olinger JOHN ANDERSON The only information Anderso .. ._u.mpaign He.:idquarters had was a reprint of an interview published in the June 6 - 12 This Week in Texas: John .Arderson has actively sought the lesbia."!/gay vote. Of oourse, as an independent, he needs every bit of help he can get. . . Mi:. Anderson has endorsed a bill which wuld forbid dlSCrl.JlWlation due to sexual orientation in rousing and cnployrrent , especially federal mployirent. Nhen COngrcssrncm Larry t-tDonald introduced his first anti-gay ~t to the legal services COrporatiOn Bill J..z:i ~ 977 , Ande:son QP!X)Socl it. In 1978, a furoim.mtalist nu.nister .ruruung for Ancleroon ' s scat. ir. t.he House of Rep­resentatives made a big issue of Anderson ' s opposi tion rut was defeated. Anderson says, "Congress ought to be ready to enact 1C9islation that v.ou1d make it clear that the gay ccmn­unity sOCluld not m naic to suffer discrimination in 00\.lsing, erployirent arrl op[.Ortunitics in oor society 9c11crally." He further stat.cs, "The State has no J::usi.ness int.crfcaring in il priv<.it..e, co11scnsual relation." Anderson challcng~s the dmrges that voting for him will guaral"ltee &.XJM victory. "The suriicys l 've seen .indicate \·;e t·.ould probably draw equally frcxn carter aOO Regan . .• A 1\0C-Hurris poll has indicated I could win at le'1St 216 of the 270 electoral votes in the large oort:OO.rn s t.:i tcs alone . .. r:obody at Carter Cllmp<llgn Headquarter- could rind ,my matali 1 on lesbians and gays. Dialog, the DJll~s GJy Political Caucus ne11sletter printed an article by Dr . Thomils Thoma:; 11<JL'Sh1ll , an .issistant professor of pol i t:.ical b hilvlor behavior at UT dt Arlington. MONDAYS MALE DAHCEP.S S50 PP.IZE TUESDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS 1 PM • MIDNIGHT Champagne Erunch wit.'i B:;nch Sundau noo'- t~ Jp~ 'i'- Da.1cc 3- 7 pm ·705 P.ED P.IVEP. AUSTIN 4 78-6806 Jinmy Ca r ter <inU Gays nre a puzzle to each other. His Prcsi.dcrx;y r.as brought niany gains for Gays, yet he lost Gay MATLOVITCR P.BWS1'ATED - continued fro. page 1 '.()tcs to Kennedy and will lose rore to Anderson. Carter has forbidden govcrrm:mt !3ll>loyccs fxan dis- . . Gesell, woo at. one !XJi.'it had upheld the Air Force' s cr.i.m.i.n.:iting against Gays arrl has ar:p:>i.nted Gay Rights suppor dis.'lUSsal of r-:atlovlCh, CCC"..ised the service of "penese ters , such as new FBI Di.roct:ore William Wehiter. He ca::-e l:eha':'ior" for not fully explahung its actions L'1 dis-out publically against PrOpOSition 6 in california arrl nussJ.119 the 12-ycar vetera"l a."Xl tolder of the Bronze opposes the I!llnigration and Naturalization Service' s harrass Star a'1d the Purple Heart. mmt of Gays attcrcpting to enter the U!"'.:itcd States. Gay Gesell ordered Matlovich reL'1Statm a."ld give."l back groups have 1::ccarc eligible for federal furxls for the first pay, \·klich attorneys for Matlovich said co.ild artount to tiiro under Carter. $50, 000. Carter views the Presidency as mana9ing and defusing 111 1975 , Mat:lovich admitted his hcnosexuality in crises. He shuns divisive, highly s ymrolic is~-ucs . The a l etter to Air. Poree Secrct.:iry John McLucas il!'"d was fovorable decisions of the FCC, ins an::l INS aren ' t very ~tcd. Matlovic:h has said he hoped his case .,.ould test dramatic ard have l:.c<'.n poorly p.iblicized. Air· Force regulations that ba."l hait"">Sex'..iality exceot Gay leaders are often μJlitically naive. They sec.'< uOOe.r "the rrost U.'lusual circ<.l!!IStances. " • highly aioti.onal battles, forgetting that Gay issues are . Tl;lc. dismissal was believed to 1:e one of the f.irsL. still unr.opulnr with rrost ovt.ers. Si.'1Ce carter' s supp::>rt of its kind . It was Hidely p.:.blicized an:l l::ec.s::e a is ~,-key, he wins little enthusiasm frtr.l the Gay camunity. rallying point for gay octivists. "It's teen a very, very hard :Ottle," said :.'.atlo-vich after the decision. He said he hOO not wa::ted RONALD REAGAN any of the publicity that enshrOuded him !:o:a-.JSC "all I wanted w<:1s to m a good enlisted rr.:m . " Reagan tor President H~adquartns hnd nothing , so 1 There was no >·iord on \-Alethcr the governr.ent \..Olllc cdlled the Republican Altrrn..itivl.. cor.imit:tec £01: Texas . The appeal the decision. person I spok~ 1·1ith decline1l to be idcntitiecl , ~<l!ling "the Patricia Dou<Jl ass , one of Matlovich' s attorneys , concepts are 1111portant , net the person i~ho delivers t:hem . .. noted that Gesell did not rule on the lxlsic q..iesti.On of The s?Jkesperson dcscriOOd Reagan as the carrlidate whether i-arosexuals could '!::e constitutiOnally ousted t..bJ ,,.ould protect individual lil:crties rrost. "A gay pcrsoo fran the service for t..11at cause alone . ht tx:> feel twice as i>acurc with Reaga."l in the White House .. But Matlovich said he hopes the rul.inq will lea:l to ~ with a""'Y other candidntc." He t:elieves Reagan WJUld slml.lar decision=> i.n'.()lvi:tg other hrlll'lChes of the service resist any dght- ...1 .ng attack on the lesbian/gay c:crnu.11ity. arx1 he calle.::I on Prcside."lt Carter to sL:Jn an executive "Governor Reagan has \o.orkcd are lived with gays through order lxlnning discrunination by the military against .~ ~~Hffi'-\1:\\~\fl\\~:_;co.il'~fin~ue"'d"~on ~]XJge l".. !nioscxuals. •. . Henry's Memrys Vintage Clothing BJ.1Vm 011· nger Phot~s by C rr Str!.n " Sally.Pharr has a thng arout vinu~e clothes. habit, and (hopefclly), an c.:.ithentic "t)ragon Lady" cos-lf I 11dn nave this shop, I ' d probably hoard ther.: " turre. She will also te ~ellirn fon:;y ~- tr.ing with the , a. - ier of He: .ry • 5 • C'1t"YS 00: J. ts. "As 1 t 1 1 I ' rhiJ es tones curl feather • co. turc hD. ts, equi.nncd .d t nw 'JlV.1.ng t.li&e tcautlful thing Uf>, ra incJ f thered ~;s , <.Ind ma.l{c-up. "lt will l:c Bob i<elly ~~lier Wl.ll crqoy them. " pro:'lucts, like the lcx;al theatre groops USC' . lO -:heap Sally has teer u 1 her ~ent l6catio:i, 423 East stuff \•,tiere 'ja.J brea.1< out the next norning," Sully sixth Street!, for one year. dght years ago, he de- assures us . . , -1.ded she \l.OUld rather sell vint..:ige 'lothe~ t-han k co-... t:urre::. and formals. are ava.LltIDle for rent all lr ~ .irscry arid o--~- ~ a +-in.- ... ~ '"' ,~-,.~<.-.~w.:ir year , of course. Austin female iJytlCr onators get: many .~-:.-;->;-.:..;,'.*:;;::~1JU~;:;;!=~=:.:.,:.:~=:~:.:wh:=::llCh '° ~ l'.rom Wt!fi.r'Y • nrve " Ml"1 ,,,. ___ ~~-- the guf=st t:.tar» <..-arc in here to· look .:u-ow~l," Sally ar. " l'he boys at th~ Country bring the.'ll in or tell them al::out r:re. " Pu:ue rock ban.. <u·c also frcque:it cu.­tarors. "We hdve a lot of ... tuff 1n back. It ' ... rot coutures, it's . . . Well, it'. :ust fu; ky. You Cell 't rally descril:e it. " llenry' Mernrys is '-' haw for the f£~ '11on-consc1ou "IO:e have a lot of b.lsin~ people con-c in. The for tic look is big right ro.:. We have u lot of coll'" e 71.rls .orking ill fa: cy dress <>ho!YJ \<X:-dring ru.tiqu clothe . Bus1nesS!!e. ~ 1n to find thing h:>cau:. they're ooe so \·.ell. ~.ot like the stutf tooay." Sally is an expert or taY.mg care of az tl':f..ic -:lot.he:...; a.'1d is happy w giVD advice. "I knM sa:-e ~'I f takinq , wt a.I.rro;+- any st:ai."l J.cno..r... Of \.'O"\lr~c, l .;a: 't absolute- 1 ly ;.wrantee .Lt. ::o!::ody .:an." Besides a large ... eloctl.on of <lres~es, He: ory' • icm­rys carries a large ... tock of ::.oolc • hatiJ, .... ~ a:ld gloves. "I love l:eaded thing . t.e have lots of OCad(.'Cl Sdfldro L~-r.r.. • r L ftJ .,,,1 An l • 1ch dre s , ~aters a."ld other articles. We also have three case!! of je-.JE>.lry. I .-;pec1al1ze in rhine:ito.'1e,. " .1.s WtJ Mike n."Xi Charlies' parid.ng lot. "I tarted with three hundred dollars a."ld no sense. It' & really fur tel.ilg dow..tow. . We have people ::are in all the tlJOC;, eve.., f.r:an Houstcr. a.""ii Dallas. They've heard of us." He.nry 's Mcmrys carrie:;; antique clOthes whleh :rnngc fran the t.lrn-of- the-Century t:hrough the f.Ltties, show clothes arid co.~turres. sally has a rcp.itatJ.On for t:einq "really reasonable." She says, "I can't pay $2.00 for scn:.ithing and then sell it for S30. 00 , e\·er. if other shops are doir.g it. My price is set by my cost. r like people whO ca::e 1n to feel they get a gcx'.d clE.! l a: d scxrethlng they really like." 1\J.t:hough then· are except101""', such as 51 g:oves and $150 fur ..".. Oat , t pr i.. .. e:s rCl:!qe tra-i SS to 555. sally is 1....-urrer.t:ly gearL.g ..ip for allo\X'Cl1. A x !:f".._r f nell costtt:es are te:u-19 m'.idc for re it : Drucula .:ai;.cs, hare: cosm::-es, rna1orette outfits very p:>μJlur l.a!.;t ~-ear , a banana, a.'1Dt:her g.uc.t ta:.ato, r.ur, • ;J " . .~ f' . 'l·" r ~ \ J . . J I f -· ·- nenry 's Mc:'iL 1/15 423 - I ;e- Hu1r 11 s tiamrys 01mE:r Sully 'Pharr pretty ro...Uy. Nothing has ever ccr-e back d.s:;aged. I only re.'1t to theatres . I had one local t.'1eatre group really tear up a b..ln:h of things . " The striki:;g wi.""ldcM displays arc done h'j sal:.y, too. The dolls wtu.ch of ten appear there are c'-illt?d "Orphu."15" and are made locally by Joe York. Sully is cor.siduing branching out. "l saw .i :a<ly f~ t:h1.cago o:. "N M10 does style shows witr. v.u t:.lge cluthes. l called her up and she told r.c all about it. !.y hu band ..igg ted it. I'd ever done a.11ytt.J... g llke that l:cfore, ..ist ci:lllir.g scxreo e up. :le says, '13c sure 'PJ. tell everyone it \-. .JS my idea.'" \lhatever C'lse Sal:y ta1<es up, she sayc; Henry' :emryi will remain. ":C l ... ve th.ls ~i.: e;s. Vintage clotr iq· reprc ent.s u past. era that r.ost p.;..-ople tOOay ca:.' t appre­ciate. l love it. I -v;ouldr. 't do anythinq c:;lsc. .. 'r one of thO!Je people who ::.ove to c."0".\2 to w:Jrk u the IT'Or •• J.r.::. " "Ir ally love havi.g ay ;.J'fo .:are l.l. here to sh;;p," ~ally Y • " \eY p.it clothe:: t.oQet.her o \~l.... .1 ' .:.c .:izl. l · Th y't r aHy carC"ful wher they try the: , rror ttu.i: ur y girl. I 'vc loaneri tk~ e:.; tor tlE.. ILL_ ti. +ry Bnrtendcr::. Drag Ball, which I under ta'ld qt_;t,g, SA Tt..;:<DA V OCTOBER 4 ONE TEN 110 EAST FOURTH STREET AUSTIN TEXAS 78701 5124724345 ,.ICrC[~S 01\t SNE NOW .s. f~ fQUZ lovclJ UJd tallltl'lted EUMf!r~-lSJ~ ((c lt:ft) ;abr'tUI Roa•, 11~.a i;:~e--, lfi•• Nev rock., am Odea• Br.;iwn. !'ho wfonor ll4rtba llict. HlH "•Y .S.A. HBO-al. 10 .~~~~~CONNECTIONS~~~~~ ' . GRACE .JONES at ONE TEN Sept.'80 MR. TEXAS LEATHERMAN 12 ~~~~~~coNNJ CTIONS~~~~~~~ ~ontgomery Clift and Libby Holman LIBBY b'i i-iilt :·iachlin Reviewed by Lars Elghncz Fred MacMurray, t-bntgcr.ery Clift, Ilrogcnc COca, cole Porter, Greta Garro, Fred Allen, •.• I could go on, blt ~' s the one that will send a nu:nl:cr of glittdlr queens right to the l:x:okstore: Tallulah! The l:ook is Libby, which !s the bi.Ography of Libby Holr.an, the origmar-torch singer with the voice of "daji~ ?Jrplc fla::'C . " Of course, t.~e J.S plenty of cocaine arid bisexuality here. Not to rrention the r.&r.iage to tOO R.J . Reynolds to!xlcco heir a.."ld his l:.."150lved killing. I "'3mit I did not expect to li?.e this took, u:"rl I a:n rot u.s crazy for it as sore readers certainly will But it is a nic~ piocc of \'.rit.L'1g. It roves forward '<A:?!! and actually is interesting - a considerable p' i h.':'C!lt. given that bi.Qgr~ o£ t:haabQr.... ~:u 1:crrl to ,.;car a fuw basic tha:l:?s rather threaObare. Sure enough, "X! have the nice, but not spectacular ooautiful, Jewish sc'OCol gir 1 fro:n Cbc.inrmti. The father wants her to confine her musical interest to the v10lin ;:ind to finish her education. There is the s .1ng b:.:t\-~ disapp:>inting auditions. 'The forttu' tci.IC recalls t:eing shOckcd to see her pupil cast as a woorc and singing a scandalous song. The old standards (sex, drUg .... , death • • . ) pass at a crisp pace and the terrptati.On to milk them has wi.£;cly resisted, 'i'his is still a tbscl a"rl trago::ly story, wt fate, not the ll'.rt;h:)r, rust l:e bla:red if the tragic ele:e."lts seem a bit overdone. Her fenale l()Vl::!t" overdoses, her young millionaire husb<l."Xl sOOots himself (to give Libby the- tencfit of doubt) , her sccon::l husband also oos,. ru:x:1 the first-l:o~·n bJys it on a r.ountai.'1-di:nbing ex--:-001ti0n h?fore. at~319 his r.ujority. 'l'ren ~c is !>bnty. If you are into it, you c.:i..'1 go t:hrouqh a rox of Klee."lc.x on Libby an:1 ?bnty alone. . ':hrough it all, the nur:cs cont:inue tD drop. i.::oro'"...hy Parker, Sinatr.:t; even Elea~ RO:>sevelt as she goes to bat for Libb'i at the urging of Tallulah. The n~ ore the r<"ason sore will !:e enthralled. But thar is litt.1£' s£>.nse to preaching to the converted - they wi arab this one up the y.{:iute they see it. I.Drd knows, novels Of lf'SS su00t2~ and inferior writing at'C sell like ma::!. Libby is a quality effort. Even the general read couldClOfnr \'.orsc for an eve."ling 's diversion. Llbb~ . By Milt Machlln . Tower Books, 2 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. lQOl6. Paperba.cK, $2 . 95. BOOKS FrnL"\lS DIV I NE MADNESS starring Bette MUller Highland Mall Cinana in Austin Reviewed by Wayde Frey Divine M<ldness is Bette M.idler in color on t.00 big screen, in front of a live audience in Pasalena, Califor-nia. She is gorgeous a."ld sexy, outrageous and touching. Viewing her performance, you feel like you unlcrs Bette a little batter. You see many Bettes in this novie.1 She's tacky am furmy, l:hen she' s tender anc1 childlike. She can go frcm hilariously J.:e;..Uy Sophie Tucker jokes to singiny of love's parfection in "The Rose." She can take Springsteen 's "E Street Shuffle" right into a delivery of "I Shall Be Released," filled with genuine longing and religious fervor . The Divine Miss M's conic repertoire ranges fran a rremaid in a ~ed wticclchair to a touching conic performance reminiscent of Carol Burnett. What an entertainer this •...anan is! How her au::1icnce loves her! \':aves of affection flow oot'.-AJCn Bette and her audience. The rrovi.c vie\·.ers applaudod right along with the scree.'1 audience. TOO Harlettcs, her back-up trio, arc ~feet as they sing, croon, wiggle a'1d :rug their •·rw through t.re slxM. Bct'-...e c:llls t.1lis film a "tizro capsule" of her act. mt a tJ.m:> capsule it is! Her perfonna'1Ce is a tour de force, ...." 'Kl this novie is a jop.JS experience. • Metropolitan Community Church • St• E. 8111 ST • .AIJSTIN, TEXAS 78701 I (~12} 471-17•1 St;NOAY SERVICES \'.EONCSDAY •200NOONAN0730PM 730PM REV CANDACE .A NAIS81TT Pu10< Sunday, October 5 TWELTH ANNIVERSARY OF U.F .M.t.C, FOUNDING FELLOWSHIP SUNDAY Congregational 1-tecting - 1 :30 p .m. Saturday, Octobor 25 MEMBERSHIP DAY 11 :00 a .m. to 4:00 p.m. October 31 thru uovember 2 DISTRICT SPIRITUAL RETREAT Tulsa OklalnriZl=--­....,(..- H_R_l S--T---1 AN L I Ff. SER I Es Thursday, 7:30 p .m. v<eekly ·1vc-part series o:: gay !1ealth c:onung ln llove:--b r • -• e.• e f e t ~~~~~~CONNECTIONS~~~~~~13 An apartment complex that welcomes Gays? In Austin?? 7· ...... -- -~·..,.----, I Cl.NDIDATBS '80 - cc~tinued fro: page S as President of the Screen kt:Or's Guild. He kno.-is and appreciates the gay life-style tetter th.an any other candidate. " - . ,__ Reagan opp:JSeJ. Pr0p:isit100 6 as te1ng against "'"':a.'1 freeda:l. His supp:rrt was a significar t contrib.:t.l.On to its defeat. "Reaga-i will never re a gay rights activist," the ... nowhere else hut ... TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR spo."<cspcrson continued. "he is, after all, a conservative. He \o.OUl.dn' t supp:>rt any gay <if fir.native ucti.On lcqislation. He feels ;..c nccd less govenrm:mt, not nore. It's unreal­istic to expect a President to push legislation that •.ould oo so unpoμllar it WJU.ld never get t.~gh COngr~s. Still a.----­he is firmly ccm1tted to the rights of gays as indiv.Wuals. He just isn 't sayi.-ig t.'1.:lt b..">Cause it ;..ould hurt his chances with the conservatives," ONE TEN STAYING OPEN One Ten manager Bill Foster telLc; us the rer.ort of One Ten closing in the Sept. 26--0ct 2 'lWl' is wrong! "We are oi:cn for b.lsiness as usual and we plan to stay that way," he states. NEW CONNECTIONS STAFFER o:l'~CTICl':S is pleased to ~~lccm:? Paul Heisel to our staff. He e<rcs fran Ke:1tucky via Greenvills, SC; Atlanta, GA; Mer.phis, 'nl; J'xJ.-~, !:S; a."ld rrany, ma.11y points l:ct...een. Paul will J::c our t.dvertising director a.'1d Public Pcl.ations representative at large. He 's lcokinq forward to ceeting all of you real soon. SO, b:! ready to give a rousing Texas \-iclcate to this new Austinite. \/EL COME We are pleased to welcare Ta."lCJW.o::id a."ld casa Bla.'1Ca 1\part:rcents to our gror.'li.nq ra"-~ of oovertisers. The lad:t... (and I dO iroan l~) who ~es~ .1- • .,PhYllS5. she is a."'I ex-Californum with a dyr.arnic pcrson­< ll.ity mid experience in helping gays evolve thell: own npartxmt cQTplcx. She is convinced the t.urc is finally right for J\ustin . Discreet irxluirics are \·A:ilcaro. Any of you folks wanting to nove into a hccllthier enviromcnt, check PhyllSs out. MICHAEL FERNANDES l tJJ.URED MichOOl Fernandes, W..g­tim::! J\u.Stin Lamb::1a co-ordinator I is in the hospital teinq treated for ca:plications to inJurics sustained in cm accident in l!lid- Sep+-..anbcr. Fernandes fell in his apartJmnt, hrealdnq his leg in o..o places. Get ;.;ell soon, Michael. ORGANIZATIONS Austin Lamhla AA Center • • • • • • • • • 1403 East Sixth 6:30 - 10:30μn nightly . . . • . • .•. 472-0336 Austin Lamh:la • • • • • • • • • • • • 603 t·:est 'l\.clfth 7 - 10pn nightly • • • . • . • • • • • . 478-8653 Austin Lesbian Gay Political Caucus •. 603 t·:est 'I\-clfth P.O. Bax 822 , Austin 78767 •...•••• 478-8653 Gay camunity Services • . • • . . . . • • 2330 Guac1olu~ 6 - 10pn nightly •••••••...••. 477-6699 Gay Nurses Allia"'lCe of Austin ... 1010-B Rolrcria Drive Austin, Texas 78757 , ••••••••••• 453-0816 Holy Trinity Church of Austin .••• 1606 south Congress ....••• •••• 447- 7359 Law Students for H\.lr.1a!l Rights • • • • • • 2500 Red River Austin, Texas 7&712 days: 471-5151 ext. 210 nights: 477-3141 Nctropolitan o::mrunity Church of Austin ••• 614 East Sixth • • • • • • • • • • • 477-7747 FALL PREVIEW SUNDAY - T-Dance I 10 al I the free beer you can drink . MONdAY- No cover-FREE Beer 11 - till. 85¢ V'Jell drinks. TUESDAY- ·'NOSfAtGIA NIGHT'' DANCE MUSIC. rROM -me-:Jo·s:-nCJ·s. IEJ' WEDNEsDAY 35¢ WELL dRINKS. THURsdAY 85¢ WEil dRinks. FRldAYand SATURdAy AFTER HOURS llli 4A.M. 404 Colorado.Austin. 474·7003 ... nowhere el'ie hut • .. TEX'S COLORADO STREET BAR .~~~~~·~··!!·!!~··~·~·· ~CONNE'C~T IONS r.L'<!ting, University y office OCTOBER 1980 '!'hu Oct 16 10μ11, Showti.":e at Austin c.ountry with Lindsay 15 T'nu Q:t 2 Sat Oct 4 Sun Q:t 5 P-bl1 Oct 6 'l\lc O::t 7 Wed O.::t 8 10μn, Showt:iJro at llustir. Country with Lisa king (rcc..'(>ntly fran Dallas), 00~_,sa Bro.-m, Tragedy Ann, a."Xl Sabrina ROss 8:30μ:1, Pcrfor;na.'te by lbbin Tyler, lesbia"l feninist ... tmxl-up canic, at Hogg Auditor­iu:: i, ur. Jubilation will also appear. Tickets $4 at the door. Sp:>nsoro:l by Austin LamWa, Austin lesbian Gay Political Caucus, Gay Co1muni ty Servi.::es , New llrrcr­ican :-OlOVaront, University Y and ~·larcnSpacc. For nore info call 472-3053 . Perform:irn. '.C by Sylvester at One Ter. 10pn-2am, free SID screening by Gay Nurses Alliance of Austin at Mr. Peepers 12 noon, Fellowship Sunday at f>ro\. 12th anm.versary of founding of Universal Fellowship of ~·letrq::olitan caimunity Churches 1 :3Qμn, a .'.C A <.."Ongrcgat:..onal neeting 2-Sr,rn, Gay carrnunity Services <..'OOrdinators rrecting . Call 474-1660 for location. Sμn, Austin Larnlx1a lesbi.a.""1 da11ce 6:30-8r,rn, Austin Lambda planning rreeting, open to all 7 :30r,rn, .1\ustin Lamb:1a lesbian pot- luck supper 8: 30am-12 na:m, 1 :30- 4μn, r.ustin A.ssocia­titm 0£ BI'OOOcasters camunity as<..-er­tain: rcnt rrccting I Sheraton Crest Hotel. Gay orga"lizations are invited to testify. For norc info call 474-9233. Thu O:t 9 Fri Oct 10 6 : 30- 8r,rn, l\UStin Laml::da <.."'CJOrdinators rrecting 10pn, Showtim:~ at Austin Country with l'-bnica Lane, Nicole, Trage.iy A.'1.11, and Sabrir.a .Ross 8- 11μn, Tcxas-<XJ Party at Melrose Hotel in Dallas for Tex's COlorado Street Bar patrons -.-~---'<ping to Dallas for the garre 9? , nlC Must:W Ma~fl*"u-1 1-1G..--...at: ROa"'"Ri.vcr Sat O;:l 11 Sun e>.=t 12 Tue O.:t 14 Wed Q:t 15 crossinq 6μn, LWlbla M covered dish supper l\ustin I.runl:rla lesbian/gay overnight to Enchanted Rock . Call 451-7024 for reservation. Spu, Austin L:tlmb".la Soco!rl Sunday gay rren ' s dance 7 : 30μn, H. ".' CA Board of Directors rrceting 8 : 3Qμn , Aust.in Lamb:l.a slide show - annivor­sary of lesbian/gay march on \·~ashington 7-10μ:';, Austin La:r.Wa/ALGPC' speakers l:ureau training Spn, Gay Camunity Serv!ces general rosiness Love (current : :iss Gay Texas) , Roxy Star, Traae.iv A."1Tl, .Jl1d Sabrina ROsi:; Fri Oct 17-Sun Oct 19 Te.xas Gay Conference Seven, l'osted cy Te:<as Gay Task Force at City COliscum in Denton Fri Oct 17 8fr., A ~ ight of Jazz featuring lldd Lib and 1\live! a-: 13\.<rdine Auditoriu:n, tJ.i'. Ti.:kets ss. '.I\·.o all-i.arc.11 Jazz groups. 12 midnight, G.:ly e<urse:; Alli.rulcc of Austir rrect.ing. Call 453-0816 for location. sat Oct 18 Sμn,· Austin La:nb::la lesbian coffccrousc Sμn, them:? ~ly (to l:c an.·X)unced), Austin Co1.mt....-v • ion Oct 20 6: 3C- 8μn, Austi.i1 Lam!::rlu planning r.cctinq, op;m to all 10pn-2~, free SID screening l:1j Gay Nurses l\llia'1Ce of Austin at New Apartrrcnt. lOUng"' Tul'.' C:Ct 21 8[.&1, Austin Lamb:1a caning-out \'o(.)'rY..SOOp for mm. Four \·~. l~cd ()(;i;, 22 Balloting for T.·lr • s i:.ntcrtninar of the Yf..•ar at Tex's color ado Street Bar •nm Oct 23 G: 30-Sμn, Am; tin Lamb::la. ccordi11ators' r:L""eti.ng 1 oi;:rc, Showt.i.r.e at Austin COuntry with Jean, IC' s first male iltp;!rsonator, c.l."Xl Dra~on. Lady, caredia.'1 fran Dallas. Also, lnll.oting for 'IWI' • s Entertainer of the Year. Fri Oct 24 9~, T'ne t-:-.Jsta'19 Band pi:.:rforr.G at Red River Crossing 12 rnid."liqht, an::>thcr Mating G!rrC eon test, Austin couno:y. COntestant: will b:? pic.ked fra'\ t.~ aWieoce. sat O;;t 25 11a.-:?-4μn, axA .rranl:ershiP day Sun o=t 26 7:3C>:.n, Austi.11 La:':'l:da gay m:m's p:>t-luck supper 1 Oμ:i, Mr. Texas Bluel:Oy Contest, Tex's colora:b Street Bar Tue Oct 28 7 :30μn, AustL""l I.esbia"l Gay Political caucus IrCCting, Austin La.'nb:la Thu wt 30 9i.:m, Miss Gay Austin preliminary contest, J\u.<;tin ~n1.try---------------­Pr1 Oct 31 Br:.m, Austin Laml:x:la lesbian/gay first-stop Hall~·~ Makeupfest party. Face and hair services $2 optional. Bring CMn leverage. Hall~ Party, Red River Crossing Costume contest at Tex's COlorado street Bar. t-t>ncy balloens at midnight. S2,000 in prizes. Call 474- 7003 for infornution. Halloween Pa.-rty at 0:1e Ten Big Halloween sta·1 at Austin COUntry. Prizes for costurres. Nr. a"Xl Ms. Hall~ will re crowned. Free chan'pagne . • Fri O.:t 31 - Sun Nov 2 ~o: District Spiritual ~newal Retreat, Tulsa, Oklahcrna weekly events in October '80 sunday Tuesdlly 9:45am, Affirmation gay a::lult Sunday schcol class, Ro::m 323, Uni\'ersity United Nethodist WOO!lcsday Church 12 noon and 7: 30μn , \·.Orship services at Mct­t: owlitan <;amu:U.ty Church 12 ooon-3rr.i, Cha.'"Tpagne Brunch with Bunch, 1\ustin Country 1μn, liturgical services, Holy Trinity Church Thursday 3- 7pr., T-danc.:e, Austin Country 7pn, T-dance, Tex ' s Colorado Street Bar. S1 for all the reer you can drink Br,rn, Digm.Ly liturgy. Call 477- 6699 for location . Friday 8- 1 Or.tn, 1\ustin L.:imtda gay men 's awareness session. Everyone •,clccm?. 11J;l:, male d<ll1Cc.rs , Austin COuntry, with Nicole, l'C 11 μn till , draft teer, Tei' s Colora1o St.rcct Bar 25¢ draft l::Eer, Red River Crossing 7: 30pn, ia:A ~.orshp service Austin .Lanb1a gay !TG1 1S therapy group, l:e­ginn. ing Q:t, 8. Call for .infontation. *' 35¢ ~u drinks all night, Tex's Colorado Street Bar 75¢ 11;ell drinks, Red ~ Crossing 7: 30μn , n:cA Christian~ Life Series 8-1 or:rn, Austin Lamh:ia lesbian awareness session 1 1 pn till , free draft b::?er, Tex 's COlorado Streat Bar 7:30- 10μn, Austin Lcunl:da gurros night Spn, G:.'S personal awareness group, GCS office 8 :30μn, crM W..;li:ig , Brunswick Capitol Dowling Center, 5700 Grover 16 '~~~~~~:CQN ECTIONS~~~~~~-.~ I CLASSIFIED CONNECTIONS Cll'&l'IG.'S ?:"cziches a st-eel.al audience that other Austin publicati.On.s don't. t:c'll assign a blind l:ox number to advertisers who wish to remain anonyrrous. Classified deadline is the t-...eity-second of each nonth. Classified rate is 10¢ per \\Ord - minim.ml one oollar. 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