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The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1972 - File 007. 1972-10. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3505/show/3486.

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Title The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1972
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Publisher City Art Studio
Date October 1972
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).
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Title File 007
Transcript NOW SERVING YOUK FAVORITE BEVERAGES - MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. MONTROSE GAZE By now you must've heard of the MONTROSE GAZE. You may not have heard that they now have a building for this much hearalded gay community center, deep in the Heart of Montrose, at the corner of 504 Fairview and Whitney. At the risk of sounding hokey, it's our dream come true. We hope. So we are ready for action, right? Realistically speaking, no. We need money to start and to keep going - rent, building upkeep, goodies for recreation and community service projects. If you're worried about where funds are going and who controls them, come to our meetings, join us. You'll see that there is no friendly dictator with her/his hands in the pot. Every member votes on any use for the money. For practical purposes, such as our incorporation as a non-profit organization, we have an elected board of directors with checks and balances GAY ZODIAC EXPRESS SATURDAY - OCTOBER 28, 1972 Departure Time: 3:00 PM Departure from Houston: Nuntius Office, 4615 Mt. Vernon Departure from Dallas: 5:00 PM - Ron Sue's, 3236 McKinney PARTY BUSSES 32 minimum passangers The interiors are color coordinated with beautiful shag carpeting from floor to ceiling. They are equipped with tape deck and stereo. PA system restroom, built-in bar, tables for cards and games. Busses feature a lounge area that seats eight. Completely air conditioned with large and comfortable seats. $20.00 per oerson Includes: ROUND TRIP BUS, ICE, CUPS, SET-UPS, PARTY SNACKS, (BY0B) AMPLE STORAGE SPACE FOR GOWNS FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION 527-0436 524-5612 Deadline Date: OCTOBER 20, 1972 Hotel reservations available upon request. WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE for information 713-527-0436 2828 Bammel Lane - Suite 209 - Houston, Texas 77006 BUSSES AVAILABLE FOR FUTURt EVENTS- MADRIS- SPECIAL WEEK-END TRIPS and all of those other good democratic things. It's working. Our next fundraising event was held at Slugs on the 1st of October. All of the money in Texas won't make us a good community organization - it would help, but you are more valuable, the gay community, whoever, wherever you are. Come to our meetings, now being held at the new center, Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. And don't worry, your names and addresses won't show up in the news if you attend, so come on out! Now that we have a building, we can start work on our projects. We have formed separate committees to deal with specifics mittees to deal with specifics but we all end up working on projects important to the operation of the center. If youhave ideas, materials, or yourself to donate, please come see us at the center. The second successful benefit dance at Slug's the 1st of this month cleared $400.00 which was immediately deposited in our bank account to go towards rent and equipment for the center. The support of the community was tremendous as shown by a $50.00 donation from an individual and the signing up of 30 new members. Because of the large support from our community, the center will become a reality on October 28. Yes folks, after several months of planning and hard work the Montrose Gaze Community Center will open its doors on Saturday October 28 from 12pm to 5pm. There will be open house, live music, free coffee and doughnuts, and a chance to come explore the facilities and get a program of activities for the month of November. Then from 8 pm until 2 am will be the biggest and best dance ever to be> held in the city of Houston - a HALLOWEEN COSTUME DANCE. Everyone get in the spirit of things and don't forget to wear a costume. Prizes will be given for both the best and worst costume. All activities on opening day, including the dance, will be free and open to the whole community, to people of all ages and all viewpoints. Please remember, that in order to keep the center open to all ages, there positively can be no liquor or dope allowed on the premises. Don't miss out on this historical event. To get into the spirit of things, Saturday October 21, Montrose Gaze is having a softball game - men against women - at Fairview and Yupon. Come out at 2 pm and join in the fun. Remember the meeting time is 7:30 each Wednesday, 504 Fair- view. We encourage all people to attend in order to get in on the planning of the activities so that this center will be, in fact, a community center. CAROL DODA Carol Doda, whose silicone-en - riched bosom helped launch San Francisco's topless craze says she and 75 other co-workers will go on strike if topless-botomless male dancers are permitted on North Beach stages. Several nightclub owners, noting the furor caused by actor Burt Reynolds' portrait in the buff in a recent magazine, had announced plans to audition nude male dancers. Miss Doda, 44-23-26, met with club owners Marvin Boyd of El Cid, Pete Mat- tioli of the Condor and Art Than- ash of the Roaring 20s to warn that the naked ladies of North Beach would walk off the stages if nude male dancers walked on. It appears that these ladies are afraid of the competition - - why not something for everyone?? Page 6
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