May i, 1981 / Montrose Voice / Page 17
Seven Day Calender
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY
3 4 5
through 7 Days
■Integrity/Houston'B "Community Coffeehouse" Friday
evening at Bering Memorial
Methodist Church, 1440 Hawthorne
■Gay Young Adults meeting
Fri. evening at Church of Christian Faith, 413 Westheimer
■Gay Press Association convention in Dallas Friday
■Mr., Ms., Miss Reno Gay
Rodeo (Texas) Contest, 9pm Saturday, Cockatoo, 3400 Travis
■Montrose Sports Association
softball games at Levy Field
■Splash Day Sunday at Stewart Beach in Galveston, with
gay T-dance in the Bamboo Hut
■Meeting at Cockatoo, 3400
Travis, Tuesday, 7:30pm, for
those interested in the Montrose
Marching Band, Color Guard or
Flag Crops in the Gay Pride
■"Mother Ruth's Zap Clap
Revue" at Babylon, 300 Westheimer, Tuesday evening
■Gay Political Caucus general
business meeting 7:30pm at
4600 Main #217
metn.nB Thurs. evening at Bering Memorial Methodist
Church, 1440 Hawthorne
■ Lance Lalor (City Council
representative from Montrose)
Appreciation Party and
fund-raiser May 19 at Brazos
River Bottom, 2400 Brazos
■MontroBe Sports Association
hosts first annual International Gay Bowling Organization Tournament May 23-25
■ Gay Pride Week Planning
Committee meeting 2:30pm
May 24 at the Copa, 2631
■Gay Pride Week, "We The
People," June 18-28 with...
□Mary's 1980 raid commemoration
□City-wide gay club night June 19
□ Montrose Sports Association
softball games with Houston police
and fire department teams June 20
□"Salute Dallas" day June 21
□Educational forums June 22
□National Day of Rememberance
□Gay youth day June 25
□Heritage Day June 26
□Fred Paez Memorial Day June 27
□Parade and rally June 28
■The Advocate Experience
seminar June 20-21
■ Dallas Gay Pride Week
parade June 21
■"GayRun '81" in San Francisco
■ Texas Gay Task Force
Conference VIII Sept. 4-7
(Fred) PAEZ TASK FORCE-c/o GPC,
4600 Main #217—521-1000, 521-9186,
Gay Pride Week, "We the People," Fred
Paez Memorial Day June 27.
ORAL MAJORITY—1022 Weatheimer-
TEXAS BAY AREA Gays—332-3737
Meeting Thurs. evening.
Tt \AS GAY TASK FOKC i^52&3fc36
Conference VIII Sept. 4-7.
TEXAS HUMAN RIGHTS Founds^
Caucus—c/o 1st Unitarian Church. 5210
Next meeting May 17.
WESTHEIMER COLONY ARTS
•KPFT Radio—419 Lovett Blvd.—526-
Wilde 'n Stein gay radio show Thurs,
LAMBDA—meets at 1st Unitarian
Church, 5210 Fannin
Meeting Fri. evening.
at Grace Lutheran Church, 2515
Meeting May 12.
Protestant worship services Sun.
morning & evening & Wed. evening;
Montrose Singers meeting Mon.
evening; Spanish class Thurs. evening.
MONTROSE CIVIC Club/Neartown-
meets at Heri.
Meeting May 26.
MONTROSE CLINIC-c/o City of
Houston Health Department—1115 N.
Venereal disease tests daily weekdays;
rape counseling session for women Wed.
evening; "Mother Ruth's Zap Clap
Revue" 10pm Tues., at Babylon, 300
"Montrose Clinic on
Wheels" this week:
Visit our clinic near
Hermann Park at 1115
N MacGregor (phone
222-4297). And remember Mother Ruth s
Zap Clap Review at
Compliments of the
City of Houston
__ Health Department^
MONTBOSR COUNSELING Center-
900 Lovett 8209—51J9-0037
MONTROSE PATROL-3329 Rich-
MONTROSE SPOKlS Association
New Braunsfels outing May 29-31.
MONTROSE SPUKT5 Association
SOFTBAI.L-plays at Levy Field
Softball games Sun. with teams trom the
Galleon, Briar Patch. Jim ■i Gym,
Montrose Mining, Brazos River rtottorn.
Venture-N Different Drum & Saddle
Club; Gay Pride Week, 'We rhe People,"
police and firemen softball game June
MONTROSE SPORTS Association
BOWLING-meets at Stadium Bowl.
8200 Braesmain—665-1734, 522-3329
League games Mon. evening; 1st annual
International Gay Bowling Organization Tournament May 23-25 at Big
Texan Lanes, 440 W. Utile York.
MONTROSE SPORTS Association
TENNIS-meets in Memorial Park
Meeting Thurs. evening; Cheap Singles
Open finals May 27 29, River Oaks
MONTROSE BAND — meets at
Cockatoo, 3400 Travis-527-9669
Interested in being part
of the MONTROSE
COLOR GUARD or
FLAG CORPS during
the Gay Pride Week
prade? Then attend the
meeting at 7:30pm again
„„i™ Tuesday at
Cockatoo, 3400 Travis
Or call Andy Mills at'
See our ad elsewhere this issue
Meeting 7:30pm Tues. at Cockatoo, 3400
GPC, 4600 Main K217-521-1OO0
To advertise in this section, phone in
your ad to 529-8490 daily, l-8pm. Editor
reserves right to edit wording on all
advertising. Rate 254 per word using
standard typestyle or $8 per column-inch
using bold typestyle.
BWMT, BLACK & WHITE Men
Together, a social group for "certain"
men. For information call Steve,
529-5006, or Carl, 774-3591.
MASSAGE, rubdown. etc. (legitimated
In your home by white male health
attendant. Ten dollars. 493-4850 till
HOW TO write a personal? The best way
is to be honest—say exactly what's on
your mind. What's your first thought? If
it's, "Gee, I'm lonely,'' then, by golly, let
that be your wording in your ad. (Now,
guys, don't everybody write in and sav
dee, I m lonely") Don't try to copy
someone else's wording. That wording
reflects THEM, not YOU. Be honest and
use the first words that come out of that
cute little brain of yours. It'll work!
HOT MONTROSE MAN, 30, Gk active,
Fr passive, well built, equipped, seeks
daytime action. Write with phone: 3317
Montrose U126. Houston. TX 77006.
MONTROSE PLANT CO., commercial,
residential. Selection and installation of
new plants. Maintenance services
MONTROSE PLUMBING COMPANY,
gay owned and operated, work
dependable, prices competitive. Day or
night call 520-1997.
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Barbeque at the
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Cronies has new
See our ad elsewhere this issue.
After hours Fri & Sat. evenings;
champagne brunch Sun. afternoons.
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