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Montrose Voice, No. 317, November 11, 1986 - File 010. 1986-11-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2459/show/2455.

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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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Transcript Florida Straits (1986, Adventure Drama) Raul Julia. Fred Ward. An unlikely trio of a loner, a college student and a former Cuban officer join forces to find a load of gold buried twenty five years earlier. NR q HBO Nov. 12 1:30pm, 9:00pm. Forever Darling (1956, Comedy) Lucille Ball. Desi Arnaz. The marriage of a scatterbrained wife and a long suffering husband is saved by a guardian angel who happens to look like her favorite movie star. NR MAX Nov. 12 1:30pm. The French Connection (1971, Drama) Gene Hackman. Fernando Rey. Two hardbitten New York narcotics detectives stumble onto what turns out to be the biggest narcotics haul ever. R WGN Nov. 12 7:00pm. Grease (197B. Musical) John Travolta. Olivia Newton-John. An energetic musical glimpse at the carefree '50s as the new girl in school wins a place on the pom pom squad and the local tough's heart. 'PG' TMC Nov. 12 4:00am. Great Expectations (1946, Classic Drama) John Mills. Bernard Miles. David Lean's brilliant version of Dickens' tale of a poor orphan made a gentleman of means by a mysterious benefactor. 'NR' SHOW Nov. 12 2:20am. Harper Valley P.T.A. (1978. Comedy) Barbara Eden. Ronny Cox. Mother whose lifestyle clashes with members of small town PTA provokes confrontation by uncovering secrets about their own private lives. 'PG' (B Nov. 12 3:00pm. The Haaty Heart (1949, Drama) Ronald Reagan. Patricia Neat Five wounded soldiers in a hospital befriend a Scottish corporal who has only three weeks to live. Based on a John Patrick play. 'NR' MAX Nov. 12 9:30am. HomeMovlea (1980,Comedy).fe.i7i Gordon. Kirk Douglas From director Brian De Palma, this offbeat romp is about a teenage filmmaker who can't get it together until he receives therapy from a con man. PG HBO Nov. 12 1:05am. Irreconcilable Differences (1984. Comedy Drama) Ryan O'Neal. Shelley Long. A young girl decides to sue her parents for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences in this reflection of life in the 1980s. 'PG' TMC Nov. 12 3:30pm. Jawa (1975. Drama) Roy Scheider. Robert Shaw. When a 25 toot long great white shark attacks and terrorizes residents of a Long Island beach town, three men set out in a boat to stop it. PG' TMC Nov. 12 6:00am, 5:30pm. Last Romantic Lover (1976. Drama) Dayle Haddon. Fernando Rey A beautiful, cynical, liberated editor of a French magazine comes up with a promotional contest guaranteed to increase circulation. *R' MAX NOV. 12 3:55am. The Maltese Falcon (1941. Mystery) Humphrey Bogarl, Mary Astor. Sam Spade chases the fabulous falcon, finding a few murders and some hard hearted love interests on the side. 'NR' WTBS NOV. 12 7:05pm, 'Massacre in Rome' CBS Late Movie (1973, Drama) Richard Burton. Marcello Maslroianni A world weary German colonel in Nazi occupied Rome is forced to come to terms with his brutal duties. 'PG' (D NOV. 12 12:00am. Mistress Pamela (Romance Adventure) Arm Michelle. A beautiful servant girl in the late 1700s meets adventures and misadventures as she tries to protect her virtue from the handsome Lord Devenish. 'R' SHOW NOV. 12 12:40am. Never Say Goodbye (1956, Drama) Rock Hudson. Cornell Borchers. Doctor walks out on his wife taking their young daughter. Reunited years later, they hide mother's identity until she regains daughter's love. NR WGN Nov. 12 3:00am. The New Kids (1985) Teenage orphans go to live with dreamer uncle who owns a carnival in Florida, but have trouble with the local kids. R' q MAX Nov. 12 9:00pm. Oh Godl You Devil (1984. Comedy) George Burns. Ted Wass George Burns is a holy terror as both God and the Devil in this red hot comedy about a frustrated musician who trades his soul for success. PG q SHOW Nov. 12 10:30am. Out of Control (1985. Suspense Drama) Betsy Russell. Martin Hewitt. Teenagers find graduation weekend on a remote island filled with unnerving surprises when a not so innocent game of spin the bottle turns to terror. R' MAX Nov. 12 10:30pm. The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962. Comedy Drama) Charlton Heston, Elsa Martinelli. An American infantry officer undercover in Rome during World War II uses homing pigeons as contacts. NR' 89 Nov. 12 12:00am. Captain Video! Prime Risk (1985, Drama) Toni Hudson. Lee Montgomery. A young engineer and a college student find a method to break into automated banking machines and stumble onto a foreign plan of sabotage. PG13 HBO Nov. 12 5:00pm. Protocol (1984, Comedy) Goldie Hawn. Chris Sarandon. A D.C. cocktail waitress accidentally foils an assassination attempt and finds herself all mixed up in state department funny business. 'PG' Q HBO Nov. 12 11:00am. Quinns (Drama) Barry Bostwick. Geraldine Fitzgerald. Follow the trials and tribulations of three generations of Irish Americans ifl the New York City fire department. 'NR' SHOW NOV. 12 5:30am. The Red Shoes (1948. Drama) Moira Shearer. Anton Walbrook. Many dancers were inspired as children by this beautiful film about a lovely ballerina who is torn between her love for a neophyte composer and dance. NR TMC Nov. 12 6:30am. Remains to Be Seen (1953, Mystery Comedy) June Allyson. Van Johnson. A young New York building manager discovers a corpse in his swank East Side apartment house; before police arrive. someone plants a knife in the body. NR' SHOW Nov. 12 9:00am. 'The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler'All Night Theatre (1971, Drama) Angie Dickinson. Bradford Dillman. After a grinding automobile crash a potential presidential candidate is brought to a mysterious clinic where synthetic people provide body parts. 'G' (Q Nov. 12 3:30am. Royal Wedding (1951, Musical) fred Astaire. Jane Powell. A brother and sister dance team goes to London at the time of the royal wedding of Queen Elizabeth and Phillip and find love for themselves. 'NR' SHOW Nov. 12 5:00pm. The Sacketts, Pan I (1979, Western) Glenn Ford, Sam Elliott. A heroic family joins the move westward to settle the New Mexico territory. {£) Nov. 12 11:00pm. Serial (1980. Comedy) Martin Mull. Tuesday Weld Comedy about the father of one Marin County family who wont get with the fads of the community, such as hot tubs, vegetarianism and rap sessions. ■R MAX Nov. 12 1:50am. She's Working Her Way Through Collage (1952. Musical Comedy) Virginia Mayo. Gene Nelson. Burlesque bombshell Hot Garters Gertie zips off the runway to secretly enroll in college, shaking the student body as it's never been shaken before. 'NR' MAX Nov. 12 5:00pm. Silence of the North (1981. Biographical Drama) Ellen Burstyn. Tom Skerritt. A biography of Olive Fredrickson, who traveled the path from a trapper's to a frontier widow with three small tots in tow. PG' (B NOV. 12 2:30am. Thundemead, Son of Flicka (1945. Adventure) Roddy McDowall. Preston Foster. In this sequel to My Friend Flicka, the rancher's son grows to maturity as he raises a white colt named Thunderhead. 'NR' DISN NOV. 12 8:00pm. Tribute to a Bad Man (1956, Western Orama) James Cagney. Irene Papas. Girl, rescued from saloon lile by a horse rancher, and a naive Easterner, convince hard bitten rancher that his killing of rustlers is cruel. NR' WTBS NOV. 12 9:10pm. 28 Up (1985. Documentary) Fascinating profile of 14 British school children interviewed at 7 year intervals, resulting in an extraordinary portrait of the post war generation. NR' TMC Nov. 12 11:00am, 8:00pm. Warning Sign (1985. Drama) Sam Wateiston. Kathleen Quinlan. When a deadly virus gets loose in a research center, its victims become homicidal zombies seeking the local sheriff's wife who is trapped with them. 'R' q MAX Nov. 12 12:05am. 'Who Slew Auntie Roo?' Nighlwatch (1971. Suspense Drama) Shelley Winters. Mark Lester. The widow of a magician loves children so much that she keeps her own daughter, who was killed years before, tucked away in a little playroom. © Nov. 12 2:00am. Yor, the Hunter from the Future (1963, Adventure) Reb Brown. Cor- inne Clery. A caveman experiences a time warp as he encounters vicious monsters from the past and sleek rocket ships of the future. PG' (B Nov. 12 8:00pm. NOVEMBER 11, 1986/HOUSTON DAILY VOICE 9 Group to Renew Effort to Develop Community Center Houston Daily VOICE APARTMENT COMPLEX MANAGERS We have a special plan where every tenant in your complex will receive a copy of the Houston Daily Voice every weekday afternoon. Plus your complex receives Display Advertising and you are put in rotation to be spotlighted as the "Complex of the Week" in the Daily Voice's Monday Apartment Guide. Many complexes have already signed up for this unusual offer. Call 529-8490 for details. By Sheri Cohen Darbonne Houston Daily Voice Montrose Activity Center, Inc., (MAC) will sponsor a planning meeting later this month in a renewed attempt to generate public interest in a gay community center, this time at a central Montrose location. The meeting's organizers, Rev. Bob Shively of the First Unitarian Church and Joe Wilson, MAC convener, said the project evolved from a discussion at a recent meeting of the Houston Gay/ Lesbian Forum. Ray Hill, currently the only member of the MAC board, said he had asked members of the Forum to discuss "the evolution of M AC's role in the community." He said he reminded the organization that MAC was established by its by-laws as a community center. Wilson said the first location chosen by MAC to house a community center did not work because it was not central enough to be easily accessible to all Montrose residents. The building, at Holman and Austin streets, was sold in 1980. Dignity Center at 3217 Fannin has only limited office space and its rooms are too small for large public meetings. Wilson said. He said that Dignity, a gay Catholic organization, leases the building in its own name but has sublet office and meeting space to gay organizations. Hill said MAC and its board of direc tors never had an interest in the building, although a controversy erupted during Gay Pride Week planning activities this year centered partially around a close parallel between the makeup of MAC's board and that of Dignity. The dispute, along with a disagreement over Gay Pride Week T-shirts, led to the resignation of the entire MAC board excepting himself, Hill said. Annise Parker, president of the Houston Gay Political Caucus, acknowledged there were "clashes" over Gay Pride Week, but said GPC moved out of the Dignity building because they found cheaper office space elsewhere. The Catholic organization rents office space in its building as a fundraiser and GPC could not afford to pay the rent there, she said. Shively said he and Wilson called the meeting to determine the level of public interest in the new center and to receive any ideas others might have on what they would like such a center to be. He said he personally envisions an all- purpose program "with activities for every group imaginable." "I spend summers in Berkeley (Calif.)," Shively said. "They have something there called the Pacific Center that's a setting for all kinds of (organizational) activity." The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Nov. 24 at First Unitarian Church. Fortunes Possibilities Endless for Scorpio By Mark Orion For Tuesday evening, Nov. 11, through Wednesday morning, Nov. 12, 1986: ARIES—Feelings of brotherhood and community are emphasized. Your feelings and actions are out there working in the world. Let them mix. A great time for an wild party. TAURUS—You are easy-going and amenable, always willing to lend a hand, tonight especially. You will, however, be nobody's patsy and won't be taken advantage of. You will tend to let your emotions rule you; but though they may take you off on tangents, you will soon find your path again. GEMINI—Tomorrow, you may leap before you look. Enjoy many kinds of activities, but plan ahead for them. Unless you want to be steamrolled, be ready to give as well as take. Days continue with a pop, bang, fizz. CANCER—You may hear gossip about those near you tonight. Don't jump to conclusions. Listen with a large grain of salt if you listen at all. Later, youradvice is asked and a worthy cause may not be so worthy. LEO—You're just itchin' to do the of shotgun approach, scattering little bits and pieces of time and energy in a hundred directions. I know they're all so very interesting, but try to pick just a few! VIRGO—You may find if difficult to be objective when a friend comes to you with a problem. Just because you like this person and your sympathies are with him. it doesn't mean he's right. Careful. LIBRA—You've been so busy with others lately that you may have let your personal affairs slide. Put yourself back in order. Besides tending to mundane matters, make time for both peace and quiet and social fun. SCORPIO—Continue plans for personal development. Possibilities are endless, and the sky's the limit! If a personal situation seems restrictive, you really can work around it. SAGITTARIUS—Bright idea gets you off to preppy start. Then, since others may be wandering aimlessly, you're apt to be the one to take initiative. Latter days in the week bring social shenanigans and a macho interlude CAPRICORN—Careful, your mouth is apt to run away with you, spilling secrets you've acquired with age. Tend to business. Expect a bit of company, including Cupid, who has a gift. AQUARIUS-Puttmg the final brush strokes on several works sets off a flurry of activity. You have places to go and people to see News from afar may have important consequences. Day's end sees home pots bubbling over. PISCES—Your social calendar is full: but never fear, there's plenty of room for romance, too. Then, be diplomatic, steer conversations away from sensitive areas and don't let secrets slip. Days whistle merrily by. ' .986 HOUSTON DAILY VOICE
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