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Montrose Voice, No. 327-B, January 30, 1987 - File 017. 1987-01-30. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 7, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/249/show/240.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 327-B, January 30, 1987
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date January 30, 1987
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 017
Transcript 16 MONTROSE VOICE/JANUARY 30. 1987 Working Together for a Better Montrose Around Town by Elroy Forbes Montrose Voice Social Director Handsome Del McGee has successfully dealt with troubled economic times with innovative events. Highly visible this summer as chair of the AIDS Foundation fundraising committee, Del headed a large team of workers reaching far beyond their expected goals. The famous Happy Hour Daddy's Revue at The Galleon last September exceeded everyone's expectations. The society blast at The Tower fell short of goals but still managed to raise several thousands of dollars. Now, the Alley Theatre two-night benefit of The Normal Heart is sold out. I think our community should recognize McGee's work with some wonderful honor. What are your ideas? of Cousins? ... The closing of Hot Rod left some contestants in the dark as to who the mystery Mr. Hot Rod winner is? We may never know. ... Everyone is jumping at The Brazos River Bottom for the big star, Isaac Payton Sweat, the King of Cotton Eyed Joe. He performs four big shows, two each night, this Friday and Sunday, Feb. 1. He will play the song and teach the new dance "The Joe Baily Roll." David Royaltyis so excited he can hardly skip to the deejay booth. Alan Pierce is out looking for a Baily Roll suit to wear. Popular artist Tom Liddell will open a show at Artist Touch on University Boulevard this weekend. The organization of J.O.E. is having an open house this Sunday, 3-6pm, at 611 Pacific (the Cottage Playhouse). Relaxing, Del McGee with Bill and Jeff □ Neartown News Ron Rodricks became president of Neartown Association when the Firehouse became the site of a festive Twelfth Night Plus this past Tuesday night. The annual Christmas party is used to install officers. Working with Formerly with Gump's, Lee Findley is with Zen Rodricks this year will be Judy Butler. vice president; Marty Bischoff, treasurer; Frank Silver, recording secretary, and Sharon Weintraub, corresponding secretary. Sharon has her community work cut out for her as she is also president of the Avondale Association. Congratulations to all and best wishes for 1987. □ Out and About T.G.R.A. meets Sunday, 2:00 p.m. at The Barn on Pacific Street. Heard that T.G.R.A. officer Jerry stayed out past midnight one evening and his vehicle turned into a pumpkin. He's still out looking for his other shoe. Anybody seen a glass cowboy boot in the vicinity The Ripcord takes time out for talk for the baby shower at Dirty Sally*s. Good job both days, Gary. Popular gentlemen's gentleman Scotty Bright is still living the good life in Los Angeles. However, the good life may spread Scotty's recent investments into telemarketing. TLC, the annex, is Lee is now the darling of Zen, a floral design studio deep in the heart of The Remington. Presently he has been up to his floral tape for the latest Harold Farb wedding. Everybody who is anybody was there including Carolyn. I think Carolyn gave away the groom and a few household tips. But there was This is for all us shy types 'cause everyone will stay attired and just socialize. Members can answer all those questions you're embarassed to ask (like what is J.O.E. and what are the meetings like.) □ Christmas in Montrose Monday night was the first organizational meeting for Christmas in Montrose. A d.b.a was filed Tuesday to protect the name and group. A chairman will be elected at the next meeting. Those present included Bob Bagot, Adopt-A-BIock; Rev. Gracie Lee & Lynn Herrick, A Place in the Sun; Kit van Cleave for Innerview and the Guardian Angels; Gayle Ramsey, Near- town Business Alliance; Frank Turner for The Greater Montrose Business Guild; Brian Keever for GPC; Sirrom School of Belly Dancing; Ron Rodricks of Neartown Association; Kerri Evans of Westheimer Colony Association; Bruce Herman of International Flag Co.; Jim Spence of Immuno Therapy Clinic; Lyle Barrett of Montrose Art Alliance; Terry Hughs for Movemansters, and Barry Petree of Happy Hollydaze. Some Hi other groups called in for representation, too. □ Names in the News Gary Walter of The Roman was a busy soul this past weekend. First, on Saturday, he took on the sheering of a life time. The customer, although not qualifying for the tanning booth, loved the new do. Then on Sunday, he hosted what must be a Montrose first. I hope Sherry remembers to tell her baby that all her aunts and one uncle showed up Guess which one is really having a baby? really adding class. They have installed Lee, up to his chest in pansies and berdi- a grand piano in their complex along latrollopa making the world a more with the many Valentine treasures. beautiful place to survive. Mike Cooley, recently involved in a gold mine operation, is planning to do several announcements to avoid operators without proper credentials. Can you stand it? Marvin Zindler is back on the air. But you could look at it this way. It is nice to know where he is and where you are planning not to be. I am surprised by the number of people unaware that there is still a KLEF radio station with classical music. KLEF has contacted many organizations, including Christmas in Montrose, offering airtime for public service announcements, calendar listings and support for next season. That will be a big help. I don't know which celebrity is making more news these days, Shirley McLaine or Oral Roberts. CYB, if they worked together, Oral could have an out of body bank account. I award the Movemasters Award to George Benedict who has moved home and shop to 1501 Welch at Commonwealth. George will conduct a contest to name the shop. I enter "Moveable Antiques." Until next week, see you Around Town. Talented Tom Liddell Last fall I wrote about Findley, formerly with handsome Lee Gump's. FYI,
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