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  1. This is all so interesting! I wasn't born until 1969 and although I've heard bits and pieces about Dad's career back in the Houston days, I've learned a lot just in reading this thread. I wish I could contribute some answers. I wish he were still around because he'd be able to answer it! The tv show that's been mentioned....THAT must've been the show where Dad was demonstrating how he could put his leg behind his head and, um, had a rather "explosive" reaction, live, on the air.
  2. Hello Houston! I'm not sure if this is the correct section to ask this question but I'm hoping somebody out there can help me. My father was on the radio in Houston in the 50's (KNUZ, KLEE)and his name was Biff Collie. He and his wife, at the time, Marge Tillman, had a stillborn baby girl sometime between 1950-52. I'm trying to find out where this baby is buried. My uncle in San Antonio seems to think she was buried at an Infant/Children's cemetery in Houston. I've Googled til I'm Googled in the face and I'm not finding anything. Any of you longtime Houstonians have any idea which cemetery this could be? Dad is long gone as is Marge. I've written to the State Vital Records in Austin hoping to at least have a specific date. My uncle (in his 80's) describes the location as "right there as you go into Houston." I've visited Houston many times but do not know the city geography well enough to know where it could be. Anybody have any ideas or thoughts?
  3. Hello Houston! I'm not sure if this is the correct section to ask this question but I'm hoping somebody out there can help me. My father was on the radio in Houston in the 50's (KNUZ, KLEE)and his name was Biff Collie. He and his wife, at the time, Marge Tillman, had a stillborn baby girl sometime between 1950-52. I'm trying to find out where this baby is buried. My uncle in San Antonio seems to think she was buried at an Infant/Children's cemetery in Houston. I've Googled til I'm Googled in the face and I'm not finding anything. Any of you longtime Houstonians have any idea which cemetery this could be? Dad is long gone as is Marge. I've written to the State Vital Records in Austin hoping to at least have a specific date. My uncle (in his 80's) describes the location as "right there as you go into Houston." I've visited Houston many times but do not know the city geography well enough to know where it could be. Anybody have any ideas or thoughts?
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