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Montrose Voice, No. 320-A, December 9, 1986 - File 007. 1986-12-09. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 1, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3993/show/3986.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 320-A, December 9, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 9, 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 6 MONTROSE VOICE/DECEMBER 9, 1986 New Officers for TGRA games. Greg Czomka and Michael Con- ley have found anew nest in the Heights just in time for all the Christmas decorating and partying. . . . The dust is still clearing over at W. Drew and Jackson. just off (.rant as Ronnie Huckehy prepares for Crystal'sGrandOpening.... Meanwhile the wonderful bodies of Muscles in Action, Joey and the gung are still keeping Michael's packed. . . I_ew Hondros arrives back in Houston for all the parties for the Texas Renegades this weekend. Have you passed the TNT corner of Taft and Fairview at night? The gala holiday party at Puguu's Floral Shoppe seemed to be sparked from all the decorating 'John and Bill did across the street and the holiday spirit seems to be making Pair- view one beautiful lighted spot in Montrose Oneofourformerloc.il artists. Carol Thomas, now of Corpus Christi, reports that the Christmas Arts & Crafts Show at Albert Thomas Convention Center was a success. If art is selling, could everything else be far behind? ... Until Friday. I'll see your around town. Lamplighters filled the Strand at Dickens on the Strand over the weekend in (lalrston Around Town by Elroy Forbes Montrose Vince Social Director a TGRA News Sunday's meeting provided new officers for TGRA 1987: President is Alan Pierce: vice president is Jerry Mulhol land; recording secretary and the state representative is Tony P.; corresponding secretary is Walter Strick/ar; treasurer is Frank K. TGRA takes a great deal of dedication, not to mention hard work. This group wants to bring the rodeo back to Houston in 1987. so they have twice the job before them. Happy Holidays! The next meeting will be in 1987 at The Barn, 2:00 p.m. on Jan. 4. As a good starting job. the TGRA people will he the ushers for the upcoming Happy Hol- lydaze Show at the Tower Theatre on Dec. 13. d Christmas in Montrose The street wreaths have been gathered from Bering Memorial Church along with angle arms. The happy holiday crew at The Tire Place cleaned up the surviving seven ornaments and freshly painted all the angle arms. Now a crew is needed to hang them. Call 529-1414. Warren Duncanson is ready to attack all the street lamps with red ribbon, turning them into candy canes. Alton Marshall is ready to harvest greenery for the remaining an^'le arms. But all of us could use some help. Could you spare a couple of hours'.' □ Coming Events This coming weekend is the busiest time of Christmas in Montrose. The Lighting Contest begins Sunday. A $2 entry free qualifies businesses or residences for the competition. Saturday night is the big event at the Tower Theatre: Happy Hollydaze. Gen era! admission is $10 and the money goes for Aid for AIDS: AIDS Foundation Houston. Inc.; and Omega House. Sunday is the lighting ofthe community Christmas Tree at Mary's, 1022 Westheimer. Music will be provided by The Montrose Symphonic Band and Symphonic Kazoo Band. Down at the Firehouse. 1413 Westhei mer. "The Night Before Christmas" takes place on Sunday. This event will feature Santa Claus reading O'Henry's "Gift of the Magi" while Loretta Simon's Salt Water Taffy Jazz Dance Theatre acts it out. The First Friday Poets of the Firehouse will read the famous poem. "The Night Before Christmas." The living nativity scene will be open at Houston Sign Co. 7:30 p;m.-9:30 p.m. Collection boxes will he available for Toys for Tots and food for the needy. This will be a long Sunday night to remember. d Names in the News Popular chef. Barry Lee. is still dishing up holiday fare for catered parties and special events. Call at 862-1298. ... Ripcord owner Vince Roy says the recent fire in the bar office was in no way arson—just poor wiring. Cousins is building larger crowds each week with their great atmosphere of talk and Gayle Stoner shows a client hou- to use Suntan tanning machines European Leaders Discuss AIDS By Michael Dennigan LONDON (UPI)—European leaders this past weekend held a two-day "people-oriented" summmit to discuss ways to combat international problems ranging from drugs and terrorism to the threat of AIDS. Heads of government of the 12-nation European Community began their two- day summit meeting with lunch at Buckingham Palace as guests of Queen Elizabeth II. Talks on Saturday morning, under the heading of "safeguarding the open society," focused on what British officials termed the key themes ot the summit—terrorism, drugs and acquired immune deficiency syndrome. "AIDS is the newest subject," theoffi- cial said. "Mrs. Thatcher intends to present it as an international problem rather than a national one. "We will try to get a concerted European effort. We will see what people are doing and what lessons can be Fortunes Leo Should Visit Relatives By Mark Orion For Tuesday. Dec 9 through Thursday. Dec ... 1986: ARIES—A critical, but not necessarily crucial situation at home takes most of your time. Something that didn't appear to be working out at all could work out well with proper attention. It may not be easy, but you'll be glad you did TAURUS—That sudden change in work or career has your mental energies in high gear. The kind of intense conversations that usually drain you now do just the opposite: they add fuel to the fire of your high-energy life. You're definitely moving in the right direction GEMINI—Somebody with a mighty good line may try to get you to settle down. If it feels like you're being tied up, break loose. If it instead feels like a good committment, give it some consideration. Learn by listening, and read eyes as well as words. CANCER—Wouldn't you know it? Just when you were out frolicking and being silly, and having a gay old time, up comes something serious and beautiful Now. what do you do about all this? Easy Get serious and beautiful, and oh, my. what a difference a day makes! LEO—A good time for visiting or getting in touch with relatives. The relaxation that you enjoyed last week should nave put you in a warm and receptive frame of mind. Getting a good look at where you came from gives a much clearer picture of where you're going. VIRGO—An excellent time to buy or sell property A little-expected offer may come out of the blue, and who are you to argue with prosperity? It may require a bit of a push on your part, but then who's better with a little push than a Virgo? Good luck! LIBRA-What's better than a real friend9 Your wealth in friendships has never been richer. Both old acquaintances whom you haven't seen in years, and a new friend that you may be seeing a lot more of keeps reminding you of what's truly important in your life. SCORPIO—A change in work and career could just happen right now. Something out of the blue may turn things completely around This, in turn. could cause a change in relationships Are you ready for a fast ride! Let's go, let's go. let's go! SAGITTARIUS- Combine torrid and steaming with heavenly dreaming, and what do you get? A very horny Sagittar- ian? Something like that. Those of you unused to heavy cruising may surprise yourselves. In fantasy, you don't have to return all glances, but chances are good for finding a good one, CAPRICORN-Well, la-de-dah Looks who's lovely and sparkling and fine1 There's a beautiful brilliance about you that's blinding, especially for those who live in dark places. Keep it up. out there in the sun, having it all For you at least, being very hot, feeling very good. AQUARIUS-Relax Relieve the tension Escape the frenzy, and find that cool and quiet place inside yourself that you know is there. Read a good book. Meditate. Go for a hike in the woods. Give yourself some much-needed breathing space. PISCES This week should find you being domestic for a change. Clean house and expect company for dinner. Cupid comes a-callin', so a good time is had by all.
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