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Montrose Voice, No. 258, October 4, 1985 - File 005. 1985-10-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4727/show/4706.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 258, October 4, 1985
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date October 4, 1985
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 005
Transcript 4 MONTROSE VOICE/OCTOBER 4, 1985 Montrose Mouth Fall is in the Air By L'Angelo Misterioso, Esq., M.B.E. Greetings fellow residents of Montrose and other areas of Houston. Hasn't the cool, clean, fall air been nice? Really makes you want to get outside. Rumor has it that the building that formerly housed Beach's is to be reincarnated as some type of guest house and a restaurant. Quite noticeable is the recent installation of windows in the rear of the building And just why was the neon sign above the outside bar turned on? Ghosts maybe? — □ — Texas Art Supply is having a 25% off sale on brushes and paints. So all you artists get down there and stock up. — □ — Mark Erwin. you are simply marvelous. Your dancing was the highlight last Sunday night. — □— Just Marion & Lynn's said farewell to Fair- view with a party last Sunday night. The celebration included food and many high spirited partygoers. Now it's on to their new location on Richmond. — D — On Wednesday, November 27. The Rip- cord will present the 1985 Prime Choice. This is a contest for men over 40. It will begin at 9pm sharp. Your hosts will be Maude, Mr Ben Moore, and Rick Howard. Also featured will be Mr. Leather International 1985—Patrick Toner. Oh what a hot man, and what a hot event this will be! — d — Has anyone noticed how much trash, bottles and general filth has accumulated on the corner of Pacific and Crocker. It's disgusting. Whoever is responsible for that area ought to clean it up. It's not a dumping ground, you know! Everyone should be a little more conscientious of the litter problems in Montrose. Maybe we should resurrect the old values of the early 70's when everyone was ecology minded. Were not pigs, you know. — □ — Vldeotrend, the latest addition to our business community, is really a wonderful and convenient pace to satisfy your video needs. In addition to movie rentals, they also have blank tape, and video player rentals. They have in stock over 1300 tapes. That inventory is soon to be expanded, especially m foreign films. Newest releases include the recent The Breakfast Club, as well as the great cult film Po/yesferand Lust In the Dust starring the insatiable Divine So stop in and see Henry and Alvin. While we're on the subject of movies, Mary's presents another classic from the past starring those condescending camp queens, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. Watch those two battle it out next Tuesday night at 10pm on the patio at Mary's ... naturally. — a — Naturally leather—now at Mary's, happy hour prices are extended all day and all night to men in black leather. — D — Did anyone notice the premonitory temperatures on the Liberty Bank clock last Saturday. As the Mouth passed by, it went from 63° to 53° in less than two minutes. Of course at that time it was still in thelow80's. But as the temperatures actually dropped Sunday night, it seemed the clock must have been issuing a warning. — n — Recently noticed an advert for something called "Eugenics" to be held at Numbers II on October 16. Don't know much about it except the poster said, "A design for the future." If anyone knows what its all about, give us a call so we can pass it on to everyone. — D — The Houston Guest House has begun its facelift. The rear deck and one of the pools is now gone. The 1985 Oktoberfest. a benefit aiding the Montrose Clinic, KS/AIDS Foundation, Gay and Lesbian Switchboard and the Montrose Clinic will be held this Saturday, October 5, at the guest house Invitations have been mailed to nearly 700. AM the staff wish to extend their thanks on choosing the guest house for this year's site Also at the guest house. Eric Puyo was seen eating pate at a Dynasty party How was it Eric? — D — The Mining Company's friendly daytime David recently threw a party. He was the first to leave and ended up very close to Mother Nature. Oh, dear. —d— The Mining Company has "a new fall special. It's called Shooters and consists of a choice between five different drinks—B-52, Kamikaze, Pearl Diver, Russian Qualude, Melon Ball—served in a 10oz. glass foronly $1.50. Quite a bargain in light of the recent increase in federal liquor taxes. And, seven days a week, they have schnapps and ama- retto for $1.25. — D — Wayne is back at Leather by Boots located m back of the Ripcord Welcome back — a — Heaven will be hosting the 4th Annual Mr. Gay Harris County, a preliminary to the Mr. Texas contest. All applicants can apply at Gordon and John inspect the construction at Houston Guest House Happy Birthday Jeff Heaven for this coming Thursday's (Oct. 10) event. Call Johnny Mattox for further information at 522-1153. This will be a big event for Montrose's newest popular nightspot And a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the Texas Human Rights Foundation, the group which is fighting to have Section 21.06 re-declared unconstitutional. Categories for judging will include an onstage interview, sportswear/casual dress, swimwear, and talent/fantasy. There promises to be lots of great looking men in all their finest. Don't miss it. It could turn out to be the hottest thing to happen in Heaven, yet. — d — And, so the Autumn sun slowly sets on the town we've all come to know and love— Montrose. Sparkle City, USA. Is it all too much for friendly daytime David? Find out at the Mining Company weekdays. The 611a popular crowd on Sunday. Slurp it up.
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