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Connections, Vol. 2, No. 9, September 1980 - File 013. 1980-09. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 6, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/1175/show/1170.

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Title Connections, Vol. 2, No. 9, September 1980
Contributor
  • Olinger, James K.
Publisher Gay Community Services
Date September 1980
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Austin, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 5962584
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 12 CONNECTIONS! DIETSCH NAYLOR RESIGN FROM TGTF Kathy Deitsch, Texas Gay Task Force moderator, and Bettie Naylor, 66th session Texas Legislature lobbyist for gay rights in Texas, have announced their resignations. Deitsch said in a press release dated July 25, 1980, "With, for example, $1100 owed Naylor in accrued salary for fund-raising and a $900 telephone bill that I am ultimately responsible for, we were left with little choice but to resign." A TGTF source has informed CONNECTIONS that TGTF also owes money to Edra Bogle, who operated the jewelry and TGTF t-shirt sales at Texas Gay Conference 6 held in Austin in August 1979, to Woody Egger, who loaned TGTF money for TGC6, and to several others. Arrangements for paying Bogle and Egger back have been made. The source states, "The organization is firmly committed to repaying the people to whom it is financially indebted." The TGTF source also said that the resignations of Deitsch and Naylor were received after they were ■voted out of office at the July 26 TGTF meeting, which Deitsch and Naylor did not attend. - Editor Naylor stated, "Persons think it is easy to raise money. Unfortunately, it takes a specific project that has wide appeal, front money, and a lot of direct personal contact. As economic times have grown more difficult, statewide travel to set up fundraisers has become less of an option." Naylor cites travel and direct contact as being responsible for a large portion of the organization's success these last 18 months in raising nearly $40,000 for gay-related projects statewide, including the 66th session lobby effort. Deistsch stated, "Although we personally regret the need for our resignations, our record supports our past commitment to the organization's programs and their funding. There is seldom a good time to terminate one's relationship with an organization such as TGTF. It comes after much thought and consideration." As for the future, Naylor announced the establishment of Naylor & Associates, a consulting firm. "Our work will center on specific public relations and advertising projects, fundraising, organizational and legislative consulting. We will continue to be involved in efforts around the state which are timely and professional in nature," Naylor said. Deitsch and Naylor concluded, "We both wish to take this opportunity to thank gays/lesbians and their supporters statewide for their past support and cooperation with us and our work. We all must continue to work in our own ways for the changes we all desire." THE HERPES BOOK »V Richard Hamilton, M.D. Reviewed by Lars Eighner This one will not head many Christmas lists or adorn many coffee tables, for obvious reasons. But, it is as good a book on this topic for the general reader as one can expect. There really is not much new here - no cure. But if you have gathered from the headlines that herpes is a dreadful disease, you need to read this book. The Herpes Book does not add much to the areas red by any good pamphlet. It does explore these s in much greater depth. It is very helpful in aining what the facts mean as a practical matter, is where the pamphlets often fail. If you happen to have herpes, or if you live in al terror of getting herpes, this book is easily h the $10.00, although it seems a shame to have bed such a nice binding on a book that will certainly be hidden away. The Herpes Book. J.P. Tarcher, Inc. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. S10.00 M4>* LATE SEPTEMBER Stage prodution of EVITA STARRING ALLAi, ALLISON EARLY OCTOBER MR, TEX'S COLORADO ST, BAR / BLUEBOY COMPETITION LATE OCTOBER MR. TEXAS / BLUEBOY COMPETITION for further information call 474-7003 Currently has #2 BILLBOARD MAGAZINE ttlsoo hit FRIDAY .MORE TOYS IN TH LIGHT SHOW SATURDAY DOLLAR DRINKS FROM 10 TIL 11 SUNDAY EAT ARKANSAS BARBECUE Brisket, Suckling Pig, Draft—$3.po Starts 7:00 PM MONDAY AFTER GAfE CORE CELEBRATE IF TEXAS WINS Drown your sorrows^ if Texas loses FREE DRIN<S AFTER.TFE GAf€ TIL MIDNIGHT
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