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Montrose Voice, No. 317, November 11, 1986 - File 004. 1986-11-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2459/show/2449.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 317, November 11, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date November 11, 1986
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 A Hot Rod Along the Cool Pacific NOVEMBER 11. 1986 / HOUSTON DAILY VOICE 3 By Elroy Forbes Houston Daily Voice d Good News The Tower Theater AIDS benefit, "Jazz It Up With the Stars," filled a third of the house at Sunday's "society show." That was enough to put the event in the black. Del McGee says, "We made money, thanks to the media, before the Monday night community supported performance." Hot Rod hosts: Mitzi (front) and Bill n New Spot Strikes Hot Cutters is now history but life in the old space continues as Hot Rodopenedtoa VIP party Friday before the regulars could explore this latest Pacific Street venture. Hosts Mitzi and Bill moved the crowd from the inside bar, to the dance floor and onto the patio bar. Celebrities spilled into the old kitchen to explore the latest Eagle leather outlet staffed for the party by Bob Kennedy and Rob Johnstone. Owners Jim Urnrue, David Emery, and Robin Peterson actually built the shop. Bar manager Richard Caldwell proudly showed me around. Deejay Mardi Coleman was spinning the vinyls. Faces included Mary'sWc/We. 611's Steve Shimer, Chute's Ted, a TGRA trio: Ditsey, Trey & Jerry, insurance biggie Frank Turner, GPC's Brian Keeuer, Roger Dugan. Roy, Ed, Ralph, Maria, Chris and Monte, handsome Tom Vinton, Mark, Larry and many more who did not pay $200 hamburger tabs at Hard Rock Cafe. This new dance bar, patterned after the old Loading Duck, features after hours. Hot Rod, 804 Pacific, 529-5669. n Flash from the Past Another successful Barn event found many fans cooking their own hamburgers and weiners Sunday afternoon. The music was a "Flash from the Past." A full barnyard and patio bar area featured many Sundance Cattle Co. members selling their fabled raffle tickets. I .aler winners were drawn. Shir- Jim, David, and Robin of Eagle Leather at Hot Rod Nut Hugger Specials lined up. Included are a 1971 Rocket 88 Olds, a 1979 Ford Granada and many other great buys. ...Ripcord's Doug was celebrating "Flash from the Past," but he was on the outside of the Barn. ... Jim Owens is out of town taking care of his ill father. ... FYI: welcome home Lew Hondors from Atlanta. You have a lunch coming from me. ... Sam Wilson 's Hard Times Message Center is planning to go 24 hours and perhaps tie up with a counseling center that would triple his clients. ... Henry's One Hour Photo Bill is doing guest deejay spots at the Ripcord. Meanwhile the deejay magic of Mike Cooley has filled Venture-N*s Freaker's Ball and other big weekend events. Venture-N is another great turnaround story. ... The Tire Place's Bob Bagot and Louis Young planted their RV for final Renaissance Weekend with full video capacity. They always tape their favorite things for posterity and for security guard's Fred's collection. Until Wednesday, I'll see you Round Town. The crowd at the Hot Rod, the newest Pacific Street venture ley Miller won the 19" Zenith remote, cable ready color TV; popular softballer Mario Arzola won the Panasonic answering machine; Bob Woodard won the coveted Sony Walkman AM/FM cassette player. Present were Lynn Smith and Tammy, Renee and Cindy. Chuck and everyone, Michael. Todd, Ray. Buzz and John, Ted Ayers of pool fame, Steve Wright andDavid and Emmalinc Mud- ragal. Kmmaline, my deadliest enemy, was gigged out in chaps with open toed high heels. Nasty and ugly. Others included Ashley in strange straw hat, Terry Clark, Fred, Clayton and many others. The talk, naturally, was of the big rodeo doings in I (alias this weekend. Everyone was either trying to find extra passes or rooms or parties □ Sunday Brunch Chris Corman and Monte Hill invited their nearest and dearest to a closed brunch to show off their fashionable Westmoreland Square quarters Sunday. The party flowed from the spacious windowed abode to the balcony and below to the landscaped pool area. Attending the affair were Burt & J.J.. Jay Muckey ala solo of international convention fame, Mable, Paul Bushman, Larry Martin, Jim Hurt, Ken Shandy and Rich a rd— property manager of the project formerly known as Marshall Square. d Names in the News New I.R.S. rulings will prevent you from taking new car sales tax and writing off the entire auto expenses in 1987. The rush during the final six weeks of 1986 for new cars will flood the used car lots with some very good buys. Galleria Ford's handsome man about town. Dave Russell, has some of his famous HOUSTON, TEXAS ISSUE 317 MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1986 Published 5 times weekly (afternoons, Monday-Friday) Houston Daily Voice Publishing Company 408 Avondale Houston, TX 77006 Phone (713) 529-8490 Contents copyright 1986 Office hours: 8am-8pm Henry McClurg publisher-editor Linda Wyche managing eaitor David Roumfort production Elroy Forbes circulation director Brian Allen sports editor Sheri Cohen Darbonne news SUBSCRIPTIONS. HOME DELIVERY Houston: (713) 529-8490 ADVERTISING SALES DEPARTMENT (713) 529-8490 Jerry Mulholland advertising director Monte Hill a irreclions 10 *06 Avort- POSTMASTER Send aOOreSS dale Houston. TX 77006-3026 Subscription rate in US I by Voice carrier in Herns County. or by US Mail elsewhere in US) $1 25 per week (5 issues) $65 per year (52 weeks) or $32 50 per six months (26 National adverlising representative Rivendell Marketing 666 6lh Avenue. New York 10011. (212) 242-6863 Final advertising deadline All display ads 5pm tor publication 2 days later AM classified line ads 2pm tor next day publication Notice to advertisers Advertising rale schedule One was effective Nov 10. 1986 Responsibility We do not assume financial responsibility lor claims by advertisers but readers are asked 10 advise Ihe newspaper Of any suspicion ot Iradulem or deceptive advertising and suspicions will be investigated News service United Press International
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