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Montrose Voice, No. 33, June 12, 1981 - File 009. 1981-06-12. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 31, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3131/show/3122.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 33, June 12, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 12, 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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Title File 009
Transcript 8 Montrose voice / June 12,1981 Letters Be wary of cabs and cops From Ray Hill There have been several reports recently of vice entrapment using Yellow cabs as lures to pick up gay men near gay bars. The usual scenerio includes a vice officer or officers approaching the customer on some pretense or another who winds up arrested for prostitution. At this point it is unclear whether or not the cab driver is a cop using a real or imitation Yellow cab or a real cab driver cooperating with the vice cops. Please print this warning for your readers. Check the color of your cab. It may save you a big hassle. Jerry Vann is gay From the Montrose Voice Last week we mistakenly reported, it's been brought to our attention, that Warren Duncanson is the first openly- gay person to be elected as president of the Westheimer Colony Association. We were wrong. He's the second. His predecessor, Jerry Vann, was-and of course still is—openly gay. Our apologies, gentlemen. The Westheimer Colony Association is a civic group that, among other things, stages the twice-a-year Westheimer Arts Festival. Under Vann's leadership, the organization also constructed the eye- appealing park at Bagby and Westheimer, placed Christmas decorations on Westheimer light poles and pleaded before Houston City Council for needs of the neighborhood. Vann's present business interests include the popular Babylon Disco at 300 Westheimer. Gay Pride Week Education Forum From a Gay Political Caucus spokesperson The Gay Political Caucus announces an important general meeting with a national gay leader making a rare visit to Houston and talking about gay challenges during the upcoming decade. Monday night at 7:30 p.m., June 22, at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin (one block off Main near the Warwick Hotel), the Gay Poltical Cau cus Education Committee is sponsoring a presentation by David Goodstein entitled, "Our Challenges During the Next Decade." The program will include a history of the gay movement in the United States and an overview of what major challenges he preceives to be handled during the next ten years. This topic coincides with the "GPC in the '80s" theme. Audience participation will be encouraged and admission is free. Currently Goodstein is the owner of The Advocate, the largest and oldest gay newsmedia in the world. Copies of the most recent {June 11) edition will be distributed free of charge at the Forum. Goodstein attended Cornell and Columbia Universities, received a law degree and practiced law as well as managed a mutual fund in New York City. He has been a gay activist since 1970, at which time he was dismissed from his job due to his gay lifestyle. In 1974 he actively worked for the passage of California's consensual sex legislation and was responsible for the creation of the Gay Rights National Lobby (GRNL) in 1976. He co-founded the Advocate Experience, a two-day learning and self-discovery course for gay men and lesbians. In addition to his many activities in the area of finance and civil rights, Goodstein is an avid collector of old- master paintings and he is an amateur horseman, saddle horse exhibitor. Goodstein lives in Los Angeles and continues to be active in the struggle to achieve human rights for lesbians and gay men. His efforts primarily have utilized the judicial, legislative, and political avenues to accomplish benchmarks in the gay movement. As a member of the California State Committee for Business and Economic Development, he was the first of several openly gay people to be appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to a position within state government. This educational function should be an exceptionally informative presentation and should not be missed. Make your plans now to bring a friend. For additional information, call 521- 1000. Jazz workshop and performance from Delia Stewart's Dance Company Internationally acclaimed jazz dance instructors Gus Giordano and Delia Stewart will present a three-day jazz dance workshop June 26 through June 28, Friday through Sunday. SUNDAY JUNE 14 c 10:30PM ASK SOMEBODY WHO WAS THERE DON'T MISS NAOMI SIMS HOT CHOCOLATE a Mf» /& AND BACK AGAIN g§§ ^ DANA MANCHESTER *** "» Wednesday, June 17 Jgm " DJ Mike Lynch ** 10$ DRINKS Thursday, June 18 Nu-Wave Night Friday, June 19 from Anvil in New York , %,, guest DJ—Chico %k "-•■•. Open 9:30PM Sa^fe.^%. because of private party niTB tnURSdES BEBi/ton ■ * 3f.Jo Houston
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