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Montrose Voice, No. 32, June 5, 1981 - File 014. 1981-06-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 22, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/559/show/555.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 32, June 5, 1981
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 5, 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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Transcript June 5,1981 / Montrose Voice 13 Seven Day Calender Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat JUNE JUNE 5 6 JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE 7 8 9 10 11 Selected Events through 7 Days MFRIDA Y: Integrity/Houston's "Community Coffeehouse" 7:30pm-midnight at Bering Church, 3405 Mulberry MFRIDA Y: Gay Young Adults meeting at Church of Christian Faith, 413 Westheimer MSUNDA Y: Montrose Sports Association volleyball games 2pm in Cherryhurst Park MSUNDA Y: Montrose Sports Association softball games 6pm at Levy Field MSUNDA Y: "Mother Ruth's Zap Clap Revue" 6pm at Babylon, 300 Westheimer MTUESDAY: Citizens for Human Equality (CHE) board meeting MTUESDAY: Data Professional meeting at La Quinta Motor Inn, 4015 Southwest Freeway MTUESDAY: Episcopal Integrity meeting 7:30pm at Autrey House, 6265 Main MTUESDAY: Montrose Symphonic Band concert at Babylon, 300 Westheimer, 10pm MTHURSDAY: Gay Pride Week Committee chairpersons meeting 7:30pm at 2001 Branard MTHURSDA Y: Montrose Sports Association tennis matches 7:30pm, Memorial Park MTHURSDAY: Wilde 'n Stein gay radio show lOpm-midnight on KPFT Radio, FM-90 Selected Events Later MIN I WEEK: Gay Pride Week Committee general meeting 2:30pm June 14 at Kindred Spirits, 5245 Buffalo Speedway MIN 1-3 WEEKS: Gay Pride Week, "We The People," June 18-28 with... □Mary's 1980 raid commemoration June 18 □CHE pep rally and fundraiser for Montrose Sports Association June 19 □Gay Pride Week kickoff night June 19 with special events at individual clubs DMontrose Sporta Association softball games with Houston police and fire department teams l-5pm. June 20, in Memorial Park field #1, East Memorial Loop Drive □Black and White Men Together's "Firemen's Ball" at Cockatoo. 3400 Travis, June 20, from 6pm □"Salute Dallas" day June 21 □ "Word is Out," "A Very Natural Thing" and Gay Pride Week '80 slide show at the River Oaka Theater, continuous from 3:15pm, June 21 □The MCCR Choir concert, 7:30pm June 21 at the church, 1919 Decatur OGPC educational forum 7:30pm, June 22,1st Unitarian Church,5210 Fannin, with guest speaker David Goodstein, owner of the The Advocate, speaking on "Our Challenges During the Next Decade" □ National Day of Remembrance observance June 23 starting 7:30pm, MCCR, 1919 Decatur □ "Bringing Men and Women Together" program and reception June 24, 8-10pm, at Rice Univeraity, RM.C. Grand Hall □ Gay Youth Day June 25 with "Concerna of Gay Youth" program on KPFT, FM-90, l-4pm, and Gay Young Adults swim party at 106 Avondale. 6-10pm □Debutantes for Human Rights' "The Deb Ball That Didn't Quite Make It" at the Copa, 2631 Richmond. June 25, from 9pm □Heritage Day June 26, with Heritage Fiesta '81, 2504 Maaon, 8pm midnight □Fred Paez Memorial Day June 27, with KPFT, FM-90, hosting a mock trial 1 lam-4pm at Bates School of Law, Univeraity of HouBton Central Campus, concerning abuse of gay people, with testimony from representatives of the Fred Paez Task Force □ Fred Paez Memorial Concert and Fireworks, June 27, at Spotts Park, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with music from Spm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Marching Band of Los Angeles, the Oak Lawn Concern Band of Dallas, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Montrose Singers; and 10pm fireworks □ Westheimer parade from 5:30pm June 28, with floats, the Montrose Symphonic Band, the Oaklawn Marching Band of Dallas, and the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles, and Ray Hill and Rita Wanstrom as grand marshalls □Spotts Park Rally 8-9:30pm June 28, Memorial Drive at Waugh, with Sissy Farenthal and Minneapolis Police Chief Anthony Bousa as speakers, and with bar-b-que, beer and fireworks MIN 2 WEEKS: The Advocate Experience seminar June 20-21 MIN 2 WEEKS: Gay Archives of Texas forum with Jim Kepner of the National Gay Archives, 7pm June 29, 3405 Mulberry MIN 2 WEEKS: Dallas Gay Pride Week parade June 21 MIN 4 WEEKS: Independence Day, July 4 MIN 4 WEEKS: MSA softball team against New York City team July 4 MIN 7 WEEKS: "GayRun '81" in San Francisco July 26 MIN 8 WEEKS: Reno Gay Rodeo July 31-Aug. 2 MIN 13 WEEKS: Texas Gay Task Force Conference VIII in Houston Sept. 4-7 METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY Church—1919 Decatur—861 9149 Protestant worship services Ham Sun.. Sun evening & Wed. evening; Montrose Singers meeting Mon. evening, Spanish class Thurs. evening; Cong Beth Chiam/Gey Jews meeting June 12; Family & Friends of Gays meeting June 14; choir concert 7:30 p.m. June 2\ Homophile Interfaith Alliance's Gay Pride Weed National Day of Remembrance, 7;f0pm June 23. with We lhe Pei'pie Always Remember docu-dra— l MONTROSE CIVIC CIub/Neartown—meets at Bering Church. 1440 Hawthorne—522-1000 Meeting June 23. MONTROSE CLINIC—c/o City of Houston Health Department—1115 N. MacGregor-222-4297 Venereal disease tests daily weekdays; ■'Mother Ruth's Zap Clap Revue" fipm Sun. at Babylon. 300 Westheimer; rape counseling session for women Wed. evening. MONTROSE COUNSELING Center—900 Lovett 3209—529-0037 MONTROSE PATROL— 3329 Richmond—528-2273 MONTROSE SPORTS Association CAMPING—666-1734 MONTROSE SPORTS Association SOFTBALL—playi at Levy Field Softball games 6pm Sun. with teams from the Galleon, Briar Patch, Jim's Gvm, Montrose Mining. Brazos River Bottom, Venture-N. Different Drum & Saddle Club, CHF. pep rally 4 fundraiser June 19; Gay Pnde Week police and firemen softball games 1-ftpm. June 20. Memorial Park field «1, East Memorial I-oop MONTROSE SPORTS Association BOWLING-961-5409 Bowling party June 6; summer bowling league starts June 8. MONTROSE SPORTS Association TENNIS—meets in Memorial Park Tennis Center—521-0837 Practice 7:30-10pm Thurs. MONTROSE SPORTS Association VOLLEYBALL—meets in Cherryhurst Park—522-3487 Games 2pm Sun. MONTROSE SYMPHONIC BAND- meets at Cockatoo, 3400 Travis—527- MUSTANGS (social club)—c/o the Bam, 710 Pacific-528-9427 Color night Mon. OPERATION DOCU MENTATION - a project of GPC, 4600 Main #217—521- 1000 (Fred) PAEZ TASK FORCE-c/o GPC, 4600 Main #217—521-1000, 521-9186, 523-3233 Gay Pride Week Fred Paez Memorial Day June 27, with mock trial concerning abuses of gay people, at Bates Schoofof Law, University of Houston Central Campus, llam-4pm. broadcast on KPFT, FlvT90, noon-4pm. with testimony from representatives of the task force; Fred Paez Memorial Concert and Fireworks. June 27 Spotts Park, Memorial Drive at Waugh. with music from 8pm by the Great American Yankee Freedom Marching Band of Los Angeles, the Oak I .awn Concern Band of Dalian, the Montrose Symphonic Band and the Montrose Singers: and fireworks 10pm. ORAL MAJORITY—1022 "~ Westheimer—521-0196 or 527-9669 SUNDANCE CATTLE COMPANY (social club)—c/o Wildwood Saloon, 1504 Westheimer—528-9040 Club night Wed. TEXAS BAY AREA Gaya-332-3737 Meeting Thurs. evening TEXAS GAY TASK FORCE-106 Avondale-529-7014, 520-9767 Conference VIII planning session July 7; Conference VIII Sept. 4-7. TEXAS HUMAN RIGHTS Founda- tion—526-9139 TEXAS "RIDERS motorcyle club—c/o the Exile. 1011 Bell—659-0453 Color night Mon. UNITARIAN/ UNIVERSALIST Gay Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin—524-7524 Meeting June 21. WESTHEIMER COLONY ARTS Association—908 Westheimer— 521- 0133 PERSONALS To advertise in this section, phone in your ad to 529-8490 daily, afternoons. Editor reserves right to change wording on all advertising. Rate 25« per word using standard typestyle or $8 per column-inch using bold typestyle or all-caps." BWMT, BLACK & WHITE Men Together, a social group for "certain" men. For information call Steve, 529-5006, or Carl, 774-3591. MOUSTACHED professional needs older tall, slender heavy hung dude—not into bars or heavy drinking. Must appear, act, sound butch! Age no preference! Thorn, 523-6577. WANTED: People with costumes to be in your Gay Pnde Parade. Must have costumes and willing to work with others to reach out and touch those who have touched us. Call Houston Community Clowns, Wayne, 862-8314. YOUR GIANT "We the People Pride Guide" is coming soon—all over Montrose. Watch for it in one week. TEXAS GAY CONFERENCE Vllfin Houston Sept. 4-7. Planning sessions 1st Tuesdays at 106 Avondale. 529-7014 or 520-9767. MASSAGE, RUBDOWN, etc. (for white males over 21, not overweight) in your home, $20. Call before midnight, 493-4850. Qosed Sunday. HELLO. HELLO, a"nd hello. Hot Montrose man. 30, Gk active, Fr passive, well built, equipped, seeking yet still more daytime action. I just can't get enough. Write with phone: 3317 Montrose #126, Houston, TX PLUMBING MONTROSE PLUMBING COMPANY. Kay owned and operated, work dependable, prices competitive. Day or night call 520-1997. PRINTING • KWIK-KOPY Pr Montrose—5221896 Gary Larson "Now I remember, Helen .... That's the old peasant woman who said she'd put a curse on me if I snapped her." "Now follow me- Step, step, slither, step . . . step, step, slither, step . . . 'This ain't gonna look good on our report, Leroy.
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