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Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981 - File 006. 1981-05-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1535/show/1523.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 28, May 8, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date May 8, 1981
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 006
Transcript May 8,1981 / Montrose Voice / Page 5 that she was going to publish to third parties the letters I had written her and that she felt she could make a great deal of money from their publication." Barnett filed suit a week earlier seeking lifetime support and title to a Malibu house owned by King and her husband, Larry, the news service said. Barnett was said to have been living there since the Kings purchased it in 1974. The Kings said her suit was prompted by their request that she move so the house could be sold, AP reported, adding that the Kings began eviction proceedings after the lawsuit was filed. The news service said that in an affidavit, a woman identified as Susan Cameron said Barnett told her within the last two yaers "that she had been offered $25,000 by the National Enquirer for the sale or publication of letters from Billie Jean King to Marilyn Barnett." Professional golfer Nancy Lopez-Melton was reported to have said that she hoped King's actions would not affect other women athletes getting endorsements but said detractors might would pounce on other women athletes because she had a homosexual affair. "They will condemn all of us. I hope we (golfers) won't be included in this," she was quoted. Then she was reported to have added, "I accept everybody for what they are, everyone has to do their own thing. I don't know her, but I admired her all the time I was growing up, and I still do. It took a lot of guts to do what she did. Gay Press Association formed DALLAS—Representatives of about three dozen gay publications met here May 2 and 3 to form the Gay Press Association, a news and business organization. The idea of the convention was that of Joe DeSabito, a gay, media marketing executive in New York who was represented most of the gay publications to potential national advertisers through his Rivendell Marketing company. DeSabito was elected president of the association. The group heard a presentation from Radio Shack and the David Glenn Stanton Company of Pittsburg on creating a wired news network among the publications. The idea interested most publications but no immediate decision was made. Several publications said the cost of the wired network was too great for them to handle at that time. Peter Frisch, publisher of The Advocate, gave a presentation on unifying into standard ad sizes to make a advertising package offer more attractive to national advertisers. The convention was held at the Melrose Hotel, located in the center of Dallas' gay ghetto, Oak Lawn. RdUKH WITH US TO. REX ALLEN tow mix, ken maynard, buck jones, hopalong cass1dx ©ene autry and roy rogers were already legends when rex allen rode onto the screen in is50 as a cowboy hero. He galloped through 35 westerns with his horse koko. me was republic studio's last singing and yodeling cowboy then he settled down on his 20-acre diamond x ranch in california. before his hollywood CAREER ME WAS A HEADLINER ON THE A/AT/OMA/- AA/P/VWVC*-, RADIO PROGRAM. KoKO, WHO DIED IN 1964, IS COMMEMORATED &Y A LIFE-SIZE STATUE. The Voice is the Choice. To advertise or subscribe, call 529- 8490, daily l-8pm. The Voice is read by you and 14,000 of your neighbors each issue. THUR NEWWAVE NITE DJ—BRUCE GODWIN WED—10$ DRINKS GUEST DJ—JON MOTT OF VENTURE-N MON & TUE—MAY 11, 12 TEXAS ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACULAR OF THE YEAR THUR-MAY 28 MR. & MS. GAY PRIDE WEEK CONTEST SUN SHOW WITH NAOMI SIMS & HOT CHOCOLATE WITH DANCERS
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