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The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1973 - File 003. 1973-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3445/show/3426.

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Title The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1973
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date June 1973
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 28912012
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).; Pages 8 and 13 of this newspaper issue are numbered incorrectly.
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Title File 003
Transcript gay pride week activities . Dont give him anything June 24 - BAYOU LANDING Free Draft Beer -i . t /"NT TJ-i Free Buffet 7:30 P.M. JOUL LCJ V £." Show at 9 p.m. June 25th - BAYOU LANDING The Health Department is going Mr Houston Contest out of their way to help the Gay 9:00 p.m. Community and there is no dis- No Entry Fee crimination whatsoever toward No Age Limit Gays. June 25th - GLASS STEIN Tests for VD do not take much time and do not cause a great deal All drinks 2 for 1 - Beer 25£ of discomfort. In most instances, VD is easily cured. However, "do - _ - -_ - ___________ it yourself" cures or drugstore remedies do not work. Syphilis and June 24th - MONTROSE GAZE gonorrhea can be completely cured if treated early by a doctor. ~ „ People who think they have been exposed to VD or have question- Upen riOUSe able symptoms should discuss it with their personal physician or Ron Waters visit their local health department. The City of Houston Department Don Sanders of Public Health operates three VD clinics where anyone, regardless Artist mini-mart °' a^e' can receive *ree treatment. They are located at: V.D. Clinic - INTEGRITY *115 N. IVlacGregor - Clinic hours Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 AM -4:00 PM ICECREAM 5602 LVons Avenue-Clinic hours Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM c , 8111 Lawn (Acres Homes) - Clinic hours 2>OOa Mon., Wed., Fri. 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM 1 PM tO 5 PM Tues., Thurs. 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM " ---,- ----------- For jnforrna.j0ri call 222-4275 or dial 529-5353 for a recorded 27th June - RED ROOM message. Mr. Gay Pride Contest 9:00 p.m. - - - - - - There is nothing you could tell June 27th - HOUSTON GAY them that would freak them out. POLITICAL COALITION - Rap Parents of minors are not con- session with INTEGRITY and the tacted MONTROSE GAZE at 504 Fair- Treatment is free. view 7 pm to 9 pm - Topic: "Gay Oppression - myth or fact —.__.»,_* »..,-■* ■ ,-^.». i/-* i" r» yiolenceor politics GAYS NO LONGER June 28th - The DETOUR Gay Pride Week Beer Bust 2 to /-*/-^fc i-rr& it i p* 6Pm Beer 5C CONTENT tO DC bUtt June 29th - HOUSTON GAY YOUTH GROUP - _. . . . Gay Youth Dance - Saturday at s\\ I \/ |/*>l/pc 504 Fairview 8pm till 2am. w ■ ■ * 4,v,xt*' Gay citizens, both individuals and activist groups, are letting the TV networks know that it's no longer safe to tell ' 'Bruce'' jokes and protray homosexuals as the "lisp and limp wrist" stereotyped image. Nor or we sick. After an episode of "Marcus Welby, 1000 EMBOSSED BUSINESS CARDS 4615 Mt. Vernon .95 QUALITY PRINTING S M.D.," presented homosexuality as an illness that required medical treatment, the Gay Activist Alliance let the studio know that we will no longer tolerate that shit by occupying a section of the abc building in New York City. CBS Vice President Thomas Sw- afford has had some productive meetings with the Gay Activist , Alliance who have informed him of some of the stigmas attached to homosexuality and what is offensive to gays. Mr. Swafford reports, "I think they have a point. I think in a lot of areas like that we've tended to be unthinking.'' For years, ehtnic groups have been fighting for favorable pro- trayals and more representation. Women complained that too often their roles were confined. At the present time, homosexuals are probably the most vocal in their complaints to the networks. Demands for blacks and other groups have abated as they are being brought into the mainstream of TV life and more and more ethnic stars are featured. How did this come about? By effort. Let none of us sit back and expect "a few active ones" to do our work for us. Everytime gay citizens are protrayed unfavorably, each of us must pick up the phone and call the local station. We don't have to be "nasty" --just let them know there are millions of us. ^ WANT TO DO SOMETHING ^H TO BETTER YOUR LIFE AND HELP YOUR GAY BROTHERS AND SISTERS AT THE SAME TIME \ DO SOMETHING! DON'T JUST COMPLAIN ABOUT DISCRIMINATION. JOIN THE Circle of Friends TEXAS' OLDEST HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATION AND SPONSORS OF DALLAS' ANNUAL GAY PRIDE PARADE ALL MEN & WOMEN (OVER 18) WELCOME. TO MEET NEW FRIENDS"1 AND ENJOY GAY ACTIVITY, MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY: I am interested in learning more about the CIRCLE OF FRIENDS and how I can expand my social life while helping others. Please send me a brochure. Enclosed is $1.00 to help pay for postage, printing, and a small contribution to social justice. Name Age Addre s s Ci ty State Z i p . Pho n e SUSPECT ARRESTED IN GAY BAR FIRE by Glen In the past three years arson hit four gay bars in Beaumont, Texas. The Golden Eye, The Other Place (which was burned in two different locations) and the latest was the Off Main in April this year. The Off Main suffered mostly smoke damage and was reopened the same week of the fire. An arson-indictment resulting from an April 13 fire at Off Main Bar, 201 Liberty was true billed by Jefferson County Grand Jury. Named in the arson indictment in connection with this fire was Thomas Howard Gore, 20, of Port Neches, now in custody in Miami, Florida. Mr. Gore has attempted to do female impersonations in Houston and Beaumont. The April 13 blaze broke out in a small room under a stairway to apartments in the building in which the Off Main is situated according to police. Authorities investigating the fire reported that the club owner and witnesses at the scene told them that the fire may have been deliberately set. Fire marshals said evidence at the scene pointed to used rags, paper and sticks to start the blaze. Page 2
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