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Houston Voice, No. 814, May 31, 1996 - File 015. 1996-05-31. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/515/show/500.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 814, May 31, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date May 31, 1996
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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 015
Transcript 14 HOUSTON VOICE/ MAY 31. 1996 SPORTS NOTES "Koi and Lillies" and other works by David Wheeler may be viewed at his one man show opening May 31 at Hyde Park Gallery. David W. Wheeler—One man show at the Hyde Park Gallery It is with great pride that the Hyde Park An Gallery presents David W. Wheeler in his first one man show. This Friday. May 3 I, a body of work of unmatched realism wil! be presented to the public. David Wheeler, a native Texan, is a sell' taught artist having painted and exhibiting his work since he was fifteen. Having moved to Housion in 1979, David has enjoyed success with his art in group showings around town. To continue his development as an artist, he has continued to further his art and style through many private lessons from leading artists. David's style can best be described as Realism (Photo Realism). In his painting and in his selection of subjects, he creates a sense of peace and tranquility. One can see and feel the peace of nature and enjoy the realist execution of the subjects in Ins "Koi and Lilies" (II" x 14"). The public is cordially invited to a reception for the artist, Friday, May 31 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., to meet the artist and see this unique one man show. The exhibition will continue through ihe month of tunc. The Hyde Park Art Gallery is regularly open Sunday. Monday, and Thursday from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 12 noon to 9:00 p.m. Contact Larry Crawford. Director, Hyde Park Gallery, 711 Hyde Park or call 713/526-2744. International Bowling Fourteen Houston bowlers traveled to Philadelphia this past weekend and joined more than 600 other bowlers from all across ihe USA, New Zealand, Canada and Australia for the International Gay Bowling Organization's (IGBO) Annual Tournament. Maria Aizenshtat came back with a tru- phy for High Handicapped game for the women. In the singles events, John Laehy placed 25th, Pat DeCarlo 46th and Cindy Lawrence 56th. In the doubles event. Randy Gooch and Tom O'Dell placed 14th, Del Fullen and Randy Lamb came in 22nd. John Laehy also placed 22nd in all events and Pai DeCarlo placed 58th. Two Houston bowlers, Andrea Black and Gardy Harvey were honored by being nominated for The Fellowship Award. IGBO's highest individual recognition for outstanding achievement in the bowling community. Gary Shope was elected Regional Director of the South Plains Region of IGBO, representing the leagues from Texas. Oklahoma and Colorado. Many of the participants at IGBO said they are planning to attend the Texas Invitational Tournament planned for the 4th of July holidays which could make the Houslon based tournament one of the largest the city has seen. For more information about the Texas Invitational. please phone 522-9612. Regular league play took a holiday the past week. HMBL Continues The team Coalition continues its impressive won match record with only une loss in the 16 matches played for a percentage of .938. They are followed by J.R.'s Cue Crew with a win average of .824 and both the Jackson 5 and Briar Patch teams ai .706. It was decided at the last monthly meeting that all league members are entitled to purchase an HMBL jacket al the price of $50. Ron Sioux, Treasurer, has all ihe information including actual f a b r i c swatches. He requests payments be made in cash and definitely prior to the lasl monthly meeting which is ihe deadline. Lambda Skaters The Lambda Rollerskaiing Club will hold ils next Skate Night Wednesday June 5 from 8 until 10:00 p.m. at the Starlight Roller Rink. 8075 Cook Road. Admission is $5 plus an additional $1 if skate rental is needed. Everyone is welcome to skate and a variety of events will be scheduled along with door prizes. The organization will be having a Board Meeting June 2. Please phone for more i n f o r m a t i o n. If your club or organization would like to hold a skate event, please contact us. For more information or to contact Lambda telephone 933-5818; online at gayskatel@aol.com or al ihe WEB Page site, http://members.aol.com/gay- skatel/lambda.htm. IBL Winter Awards The Winter Season's Awards Banquet is Saturday June 1 at the Santa Fe side of J.R.'s Bar and Grill on Pacific. The party is from 2 until 5:00 p.m. and members and a guesi are invited to attend and have bar-b- que with all the fixin's and free drinks. This is also the First Anniversary. The summer season will begin ils firs, night of play Thursday July 18 with registration scheduled for June 29 from 2 until 5:00 p.m. al ihe Outpost II. The second registration is planned for E.J.'s Sai- urda\ July 6 from 2 until 5:00 p.m. Fees, as before, sponsor, $41) and due ai either registration, team . $105 ($35 per person) and substitute, $10. Catia Lee Lot/e ■yL, and Special Guests: Mr. EJ's - Brandon Martin Cameron K* Jade Mykels -fc & talent night thinner Sow+k o Border wi+k M f +ke Aligk-r arilyn "LaOuii-ita" ./Vlarx Thursday, June 6, 11:00pm Roxanne • Lexy Rochelle Stevens $i25 test tube Susan Masar Shors ot IequiU , . T rr~ aii day - aii Ni-nht and ALbU Granny's Tacos!!! 2517 Ralph Street at Westheimer (713.1 527-9071 • Happy Hour 7am-9ptn weekdays • $1.50 Well 4-7 Saturday • $1.50 Vodka 7am-6pm • Mua Club 7am-IOPm • $3.75 Pitchers & $1.25 Mugs W MALE STRIP CONTEST at 11:00 Pin w/ PAIUI Amateur/Talent Contest 10:00pm C/0 $1 Budweiser & Bud Light D/fc fill Day All Night 6/3 MALE STRIP CONTEST at 11:00 pm w/ PAIUI 6/5 Granny's Burgers!! Coming: June 16 Miss Life Today Pageant
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