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Connections, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1981 - File 012. 1981-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2513/show/2511.

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(1981-06). Connections, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1981 - File 012. Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2513/show/2511

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Title Connections, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1981
Contributor
  • Olinger, James K.
Publisher Olinger, James K.
Date June 1981
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 CONNECTIONS CALENDAR CONNECTIONS calendar events are printed free of charge. To have your event listed, call 474-1660 or 474-7777. Deadline for submitting items for the July calendar is June 22. JUNE 1981 Thursday June 4 10pm, Miss Riki guests at the Austin Country Sunday June 7 10pm, Diesel Dolly guests at the Austin Country Thursday June 11 10pm, Candi Love guests at the Austin Country Saturday June 13 10pm-2am, free STD screening by Gay People Health Care at Club Baths Sunday June 14 10pm, Electra Star guests at the Austin Country MondayJunelS Bakerv Wade, challenge to Penal Code Section 21.06 by the Texas Human Rights Foundation, to begin trial in district court in Dallas Thursday June 18-Tuesday June 30 "The Legal Rights ot Gay People" display at UT Law School Library, sponsored by Law Students for Human Rights Thursday June 18 10pm, Eartha Kitt, Odessa Brown and Joey guest at Austin Country Friday June 19-Sunday June 21 Libertarian Politics of Principle Conference, Villa Capri Hotel. Jim Olinger speaks on government harassment of sexual minorities June 20. For more info, call 454- 1522. Saturday June 20 10pm, Miss Gay USA South Pageant, Austin Country Wednesday June 24 7pm, Law Students for Human Rights lecture and discussion on constitutionality of state sodomy laws. Francis Auditorium, UT Law School Thursday June 25 10pm, Charlie guests at Austin Country Saturday June 27 10pm-2am, free STD screening by Gay People Health Care at Stallion Bookstore Sunday June 28 2pm, Austin Lambda sponsors a National Gay Pride Day barbecued chicken dinner at Eastwoods Park. $2.50 donation requested. 10pm, Pauletta Leigh guests at Austin Country Tuesday June 30 10pm, Amateur Night at Austin Country JULY 1981 Saturday July4 12 noon, "Family" Picnic at City Park WEEKLY EVENTS Sunday 12 noon-4pm, Bloody Mary Special, New Apartment Lounge 2pm, MCCA worship service, 408 W23rd 4-8pm,$1 beer bust, cookout and weenies, New Apartment Lounge Beer bust at The Hollywood. $1 cover. 4-8pm, Sunday social, Austin Country. $1 beer bust. 8pm, Dignity liturgy. Call 477-6699 for location 10pm, Trash and Comedy with the Grease Sisters, Austin Country Monday 6:30pm, Austin Lambda meeting 8-1 Opm, Austin Lambda gay men's awareness session 10pm, free beer, New Apartment Lounge 12 midnight-2am, New Wave Night, free draft beer, Tex's Colorado Street Bar Tuesday 8-1 Opm, 25<C beer, The Hollywood 10pm, Male dancers, Austin Country Rock and Roll Night, New Apartment Lounge Euro-Disco (electronic disco), 85c drinks all night, Tex's Colorado Street Bar Wednesday 7:30pm, MCCA worship service, 403 W 23rd 8:30pm, MCCA Christian Life Series 9pm, Bare Chest Night and pool tournament, New Apartment Lounge Freedrinksand beer.AustinCoun- try 35<t drinks, Tex's Colorado Street Bar Thursday 8-1 Opm, Austin Lambda lesbian awareness session Free beer, Tex's Colorado Street Bar 10pm, Showtime at Austin Country 10pm, Movie Night, New Apartment Lounge. Another thriller plus Captain Marvel serial and Betty Boop cartoon Friday 7-10pm, TGIF Party, $1 beer bust and band, New Apartment Lounge After hours ti'l 4:00 am, Tex's Colorado Street Bar After hours till 4:00 am, The Hollywood Crime Stoppers Offers Reward in Hollywood Shooting Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for killing Carol Ann Oetting. On March 28. 1980. Oetting. 42. was on her way to The Hollywood at 304 W 4th to meet a male companion. She parked her car, a black-over-gold 1968 Lincoln Continental, in the 400 block of Guadalupe, just north of an alley. Before leaving her car, Oetting locked her purse in the trunk Police think she then walked through the alley toward the bar. Moments later she fell on the pavement in front of the building. When her friend, who was waiting there, saw her fall he rushed to her side. She said to him. Tve been shot" Oetting died a short time later without being able to provide any information about her attacker. The medical examiners office said she died from a .22-caliber gunshot wound in the chest Investigators theorize she might have come upon a crime in progress or an argument tried to intervene and was shot Anyone with information about this case should call Crime Stoppers at 472-TIPS (472-8477). Callers do not have to give their names and calls are kept confidential. Saturday 12 noon-4pm, Bloody Mary Special, New Apartment Lounge After hours till 4:00 am, The Hollywood After hours till 4:00 am, Tex's Colorado Street Bar 11 New Southern Gay Alliance The Southern Alliance of Lesbian and Gay Organizations (SALGO) was formed at the Sixth Southeastern Conference for Lesbians and Gay Men held on April 10-12 in Baton Rouge. Louisiana. SALGO, which will include fifteen southern states, was organized to "facilitate communication among organizations by maintaining a list of all active gay and lesbian groups.' A coordinator from each state will compile an updated list of gay and lesbian groups in his/her state. A central communicator will then compile a composite list which will be distributed to organizations and individuals in all member states. Carl Hays of Integrity Houston has been designated as the Texas coordinator. Hays may be contacted at Bo.\ 16041, Houston TX 77022. The conference, which was held at the Louisiana State University campus, was attended by approximately 200 men and women from Texas to Maryland. Keynote speaker Larry Bagneris, who is on the Board of Directors of the Houston Gay Political Caucus and the National Gay Task Force, told an enthusiastic crowd. "Keep pinching yourself that this is (hap pening in) Baton Rouge, Louisiana, not in Houston or Los Angeles!" Bagneris. a native of Louisiana, emphasized unity among gays of all races and lifestyles as the strength of the Movement The conference was hosted by the LSCJ Students for Gay Awareness. Workshops included topics on stress, rape prevention, homosexuality and the Bible, and the gay vote. Because We Care (Integrity. Houston newsletter) jammm DIRECTORY CONNECTIONS advertisers Austin organizations Attorney Douglas D. Behrendt Ill W Anderson Lane *207 458-9118, 443-2461 Executive Health Club. Bath . 723 Avenue B, San Antonio 1/225-8807 Church Metropolitan Community Church of Austin 302 W 15th *205-C 477-7747 Clubs The Austin Country 705 Red River 478-6806 The Hollywood 304 W 4th 472-0018 The New Apartment Lounge 2828 Rio Grande 478-0224 Tex's Colorado Street Bar 404 Colorado 474-7003 Dentist Jim Yerkes. D.D.S 4422 Pack Saddle Pass 442-6626 Organizations Austin Lambda AA Center 1403 E 6th 472-0336 Austin Lambda 603 W 12th 478-8653 Austin Lesbian Gay Political Caucus 603 W 12th ' 478-8653 Dignity Box 4357 Austin. Texas 78765 Gay Community Services 2330 Guadalupe 477-6699 Gay People Health Care 1010-B Romeria 453-0816 Law Students for Human Rights... 727 E26th.LawSchl Annex#8.. 471-5151 ext 210.477-7867 University Gay Students Organization Box 275, LIT Union Building Austin. Texas 78712 Retail Bark n Purr Pet Center 4604 Burnet Road !.. 452-3883 Discovery Records 2007-C E Riverside 443-2232 Half Price Books 1514 Lavaca 474-5209 Henry's Memrys 423 E 6th 474-6428 Hot Lips 2815-A Fruth 476-5120 Old Time Teenies 1126 W 6th 477-2022. 442-8610 Pacific Sunrise 1712S Congress 441-4565 St. Charles Gifts 316 E 6th 478-5598 Statewide Organization Texas Human Rights Foundation... 3128 Lemmon Avenue East #304. .. Dallas TX 75204 214/522-5991 1519 Maryland Houston TX 77006 713/526-9139
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