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Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983 - File 004. 1983-06-24. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1787/show/1757.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 139, June 24, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 24, 1983
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 004
Transcript June 24,1983/Montrose Voice 3 Dallas Gay Pride Week Begins Gay Pride Week in Dallas began the weekend of June 17-19 with its annual parade, concerts and contests. Approximately 150 people gathered Friday at the Oak Lawn Library, where a candlelight march began. An arts and crafts fair on Cedar Springs at Throckmorton alongside the Crossroads Market kicked off Saturday's activities. Razzle Dazzle Dallas, one ofthe largest Gay Pride Week events in the state, highlighted Saturday. Held in the Centennial Building at Fair Park, it included dancing, a laser-light show and numerous booths from many local groups and businesses. The Sunday parade was shadowed with controversy because the Gay Pride Association originally decided to exclude the Dallas Tavern Guild's float. Citing the Round-Up Saloon's door policy as the reason to refuse the Tavern Guild's participation, the Gay Pride Association refused to alter their decision until Friday morning, June 17. When asked why the Gay Pride Association changed its decision, its president Jim O'Connor responded that they had received pressure from several outside sources to alter the judgement. O'Connor would not elaborate on who the "outside sources" were. According to Richard Montogomery, general manager of the Round-Up Saloons in Dallas and Austin, Don Baker, former president of the Dallas Gay Alliance, had "urged" the association to alter its decision. The rally held in Lee Park after the parade was Btarted by music from the Oak Lawn Symphonic Band. Speakers included Dan Bradley, co-chair of the National Human Rights Campaign; Mariam Ben Shalom, a lesbian feminist from Wisconsin; and others. Oak Lawn Symphonic Band in Sunday's parade The Rally at Lee Park following the parade OUW.r5.l-i Montrose Mouth Community Notes The Roman, 2602 Whitney, corner of Pacific and Whitney, cordially invites you to A Haircut for AIDS on Saturday. June 25 from Sam to Bpm, No appointment is necessary. The $10 requested donation for the haircut goes to benefit KS/AIDS research or victim services So make it more than a haircut, make it a contribution as well. —d— The Gay Hispanic Organizations of Houston invite the gay community to a Hispanic Culture Evening on June 24, Friday at the Memorial Park Motel, 50 Waugh Dr. at 8:00 p.m. "Cele- bracion NO. 1, 1983" will feature 18 Hispanic countries represented by Chelo y Su Tropical Yamayel, The Great Pretenders, female impersonators, Folkloric Dancers and Jamie Chapa It's semi-formal, $3 and there will be a dance following the performers. — D — The Montrose Clinic must once again announce an hour change. The clinic will no longer be open during the day, but will resume regular hours from 6:00-9:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. — □ — Baja's will be closed for remodeling starting Monday and will reopen July 1—as an exciting new entertainment concept — D — Kindred Spirits announces a Monday Night Pool Tournament each week at 5245 Buffalo Speedway. It's a $2 entry and time is 8:30- 11 pm. Kindred also offers free C&W dance lessons to women the first Monday of each month at 8pm. —o — Moving Right Along Garage, a woman-owned and operated garage (a first for the city) is now open and ready to repair your vehicles. They specialize in tune-ups and air conditioning work on most cars. Right now they are only there on Saturdays, but can be reached at 663- 7329. —a— VD screenings will be conducted at the Ranch, 662016 S. Main, this Sunday, June 25. 8pm- midnight. — D — Congrats to the Montrose Cloggers who were asked to perform at a special appearance for the cast party of Leonard Bernstein's new opera, which premiered in Houston June 17. The party was at the Four Seasons Hotel; the western Cloggers added some class to the opera folks! — D — "The Naked Civil Servant" will be shown on Channel 8 at 9pm this Saturday, followed by an interview of Quinten Crisp with Dick Cavett at 10:30 p.m. If you can't be home, set the VCR for this one. —D — On June 28, this Tuesday, Integrity will have a chapter eucharist and a guest speaker from Gay Men with Straight Wives at the Autry House, 6265 Main at 7:30 p.m. Also this will be integrity's first year to have a float in the Gay Pride Parade — a— For information on NOW's activities during and after Gay Pride Week, call 921-1175. — □ — The Greater Montrose Business Guild is distributing maps of Montrose to aid out-of-towners are various spots in the area. Look for these — n — Monuments and Landscapes, a New Public Art has opened at the Mcintosh/Drysdale Gallery, 2008 Peden. Hours are 11am-5pm Tuesday thru Friday. — D — A Place in the Sun at Gracielynn Gallery. 704 Fairview, will host poets Anthony Bradley and Ken Dayringer in a program of their works on this Tuesday, June 28. at 7pm Admission is $1 — d — Visual inventions will be featured at there's never e'nuff at 4309 Montrose on Saturday, June 25, all day. Party, party.
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