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Montrose Voice, No. 330, February 20, 1987 - File 019. 1987-02-20. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 11, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2919/show/2908.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 330, February 20, 1987
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date February 20, 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 019
Transcript 18 MONTROSE VOICE/FEBRUARY 20, 1987 Good News from the Heart Around Town by Elroy Forbes Montrose Voice Social Director d Good News A large crowd complete with media representatives were on hand at noon on Valentine's Day for the grand opening and celebration of Stone Soup, the cupboard for the AIDS Foundation's food program. Officials Eleanor Tinsley and George Greanias made short statements before the open house tour began. A buffet was provided from area businesses. The ribbon cutting ceremony was short but the meaning was deep. The invitations read, "Come join us in the ribbon cutting and celebrate what donations and love have built, a wonderful Stone Soup for all to share." The best part of the tour was to see people leave the pantry with sacks full of groceries. You can help. Fresh produce is one of the hardest things to get. Maybe you might think of picking up extra bags of oranges or apples on your next shopping trip, just for Stone Soup. □ Valentine's Day The Galleon celebrated Valentine's Day with a special singles gathering. Couples celebrated with a whole weekend of events. The Jolly Rogers had several outings planned. But nothing beat The 61 l's Breakfast Club and the Pacific area tour and parade. A 611 Breakfast Club Hostess Cupcake The costumes hats and spangles were once again oustanding for this crew of pleasure seekers. Spied holding the fort were John, along with Lee and Robin Gibson. Miss Kitty, a leaning Terry Flood, Dilbert and many others were waiting for the big birthday celebration for Rick. City Councilmembers George Greanias and Eleanor Tinsley attended the opening of AFH's Stone Soup Smith, Mike, Edgar, San Fernando Pete, Trucker Bill. Gene, Ronnie and Photo Bill. □ Names in the News Krewe of Hydra is filling up a bus for the Feb. 28 Galveson Mardi Gras. Tickets can be had from Krewe members or at Timeless Taffeta and The Ripcord. Welcome to Montrose, Pat Holle- man's antique shop at 2403 Montrose. It's called Happenings. Lew Hondras is doing fine and waiting word from the last big operation. He could use your get well cards. If you want to leave cards at the Montrose Voice, I will send them to him. Movematsers' Terry Hughs is entertaining former Caligula and Drummer magazines model, Chuck from L.A. The Colt 45's were featured at Cousin's Customer Appreciation Night. Here members receive an award from the Montrose Clinic in appreciation for work done for the clinic. Over at the Venture-N, V.D. was not limited to hours, but a running marathon the entire weekend. I overheard Larry Frazier mention how many "sweethearts" he had seen over the weekend. Spied in the festivities were Craig, the Good Fairy. Larry M., Bill, Sam, Roger, Harold, and Bruce. Rumor has it that the Brazos River Bottom was so packed, people could not get in the door. The Barn was festive with a John Owens I^ook Alike Contest won by Vince. In the fuss were Ditsy, Dale, Buzz, Robert, Tid, Iris, Paul, Bart, J.J. & Burt. Then it was over to the Ripcord to view the bodies from the St. Valentine's Massacre. People wore gangster-like attire: David, "Hoppy" Boots, Mitzi, Gary, Terry, and Doug. Spied in the crowd were Mo. Rick. Paul, Randy a Events, Events Today is Go Texan Day. Tomorrow at 9:30 a.m., the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Parade winds through the canyons of downtown Houston. This is one of the nation's largest youth charities. Backstreet Cafe is the site for the Wednesday, Feb. 24, general meeting of the Greater Montrose Business Guild. Following the meeting, you can rush right over to the B.R.B to enter the Houston preliminaries of the Texas Country and Western dance contest. Houston winners will compete in the Texas contest and hopefully go on to the national finals. Welcome back, Zack from Lorado, Poland □ Out and About Valentine's Day saw big crowds fit into Crystals and The Ranch. Rock 'N' Horse celebrated their first anniversary. The Zoo, not Houston's, but Montrose's, Zoo had a big dress rehearsal for an upcoming AIDS benefit featuring some of the troopers who will soon be regulars at Exile II. I talked backstage to one of my favorite performers, Zack. I remember him carrying a note from his mother so he could perform at the old Scene I. Zack's shows were the talk of the town. Funny. d Correction Did I scare The Ripcord? Anyway the Prime Choice Contest, for hunks over 40, is Memorial Day Weekend. □ In Closing There will he a giant Garage Sale Fund- raising for Montrose the first weekend of May. A small fee of $5 or $10 will include your organization or you as an individual in cooperative advertising and promotion. George Benedict will head up this event. Call 528-0443. Til next Friday, I hope to see you Around Town. Happy Valentine's Day at the Ranch The staff vf€r?*tnr'irut the first-Pink ami-White Pnriy THE VIET NAM RESTAURANT 3215 Main St. at Elgin 526-0917 Lunch Buffet M-F 11:30-2:30 $3.75 All You Can Eat Your Host and Bartender Andy Mills 10% Discount with this Coupon on All Menu Items
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