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Montrose Voice, No. 331, February 27, 1987 - File 015. 1987-02-27. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2313/show/2294.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 331, February 27, 1987
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date February 27, 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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Transcript 14 MONTROSE VOICE/FEBRUARY 27. 1987 Fortunes By Mark Orion Your Horoscope Irom the Voice For Friday evening. Feb. 27. through Friday morning, March 5. 1987: ARIES—That lovelight shining in your eyes could be reflected right back by someone younger. Stay open to possibilities, but don't make any promises. This is a time of strong, but transient feelings. TAURUS—First you want one thing, then another. First a friend, then a lover. You can't quite make up your mind. Perhaps you're too analytical in an area where analysis has little value. You know what we mean: matters of the heart? Looking for the Last Honest Man 1 *_ The Innocent Bystander By Arthur Hoppe I was staring moodily at the typewriter when the door opened and an elderly bearded gentleman in a white robe shuffled in. "You don't happen to be a muse, do you?" I asked hopefully. "No, my name's Diogenes," he said, holding up a lantern as he peered around, "and I'm looking for an honest man." "And I'm looking for a column idea," I said. "What I need is a pithy chunk of eternal wisdom that captures the essence of humanity and the meaning of life. But it isn't easy day after day." "You should try finding an honest man," he said with a weary sigh as he took a seat and rubbed his bare feet. "It's getting harder with every passing millenium." "What brings you here?" I asked. "I'm on my way to Pago Pago," he said. "An honest man was reported seen there as recently as last Shrove Tuesday. I shouldn't have wasted so much Place a 'Personal Ad1 in Next Week's Montrose Voice Seek a date, an adventure. an encounter Send a message for all to see to someone you love Advertise your secret fantasy TO PLACE A -PERSONAL' IN THE NEWSPAPER Of MONTROSE, JUST CAU 529-8490 time in Washington," "You went to Washington?" "It's the center of the free world, the capital of history's greatest democracy and the heart of a nation that believes in truth, justice and honor," he said. "That's absolutely true," I said. "When I arrived at the White House, there was a handsome, clean-cut Marine Corps colonel just coming out. I couldn't help but ask him if he was an honest man. Do you know what he said?" I took a guess: '"I refuse to answer on the grounds that anything I say may tend to incriminate or degrade me'?" Diogenes looked surprised. "How did you know?" he said. "So I told the guard at the gate that I wanted to take my search for an honest man from the littlest child in the land all the way up to the president ofthe United States. He tried to have me arrested as some kind of nut. That's when I went to New York." "New York?" I said. "You didn't visit Wall Street?" "Where else could I find the pillars of the financial community and the leaders of the free enterprise system that made this country great?" he said. "Did you know that if Glutco merges with Consolidated Hams, Bismol Southern Al's Insurance Service 4108 Fannin Houston, Texas 77004 (713) 529-0140 AUTO LIABILITY SR-22 FILINGS YOUNG DRIVERS LOW DOWN PAYMENTS LIFE COMMERCIAL AUTO BONDS PROPERTY HOMEOWNERS NOTARY SERVICE will be selling for 46 times earnings?" "Hush," I said nervously, "you could get arrested." "You don't want any insider information?" he asked. "I don't have any stocks or any money," I said. "What about a top job in the White House running guns to terrorists or covertly funding revolutionaries?" "I've got enough troubles already," I said. He eyed me speculatively. "I may not have to go to Pago Pago after all," he said, shaking my hand. "I've always believed that honesty pays—as long as cheating won't get you anywhere. And you, sir, have the makings of an honest man." "Hey!" I said. "That's a great epigram: 'Honesty Pays—as long as cheating won't get you anywhere.'I can make a whole column out of that." Diogenes looked pleased. "And you'll give me full credit?" he asked, "Not," I said turning to my typewriter, "unless you can beat me into print." He gave forth another sigh even wearier than the first. "Well," he said, "on to Pago Pago." ' 1987 (S F ) Chronicle Publishing Co GEMINI—Give serious thought to any sudden moves. The urge to change homes, lovers or jobs is strong. Have a party instead. An unusual assortment of friends or a strange combination of people may help find some answers. CANCER—Those new beginnings that were getting under way recently are causing some unexpected changes in the way others see you. A feeling of confidence, surety, and down-right sexiness could make some of your dreams come true. LEO—You are ambitious, aren't you? Join that ambition to a powerful creative urge, and the sky's the limit. Travel could be a part of this high-powered picture. Be sure to take you lover along! VIRGO—Do it at home! Whether it's homework, housework, or home-style cooking, what you do there will turn out right. In the outside world, things are a bit strange. It's a jungle out there! Be a homebody LIBRA—Friendship brings love and love brings friendship, and this time the line between the two is blurred. It's bound to bring about some serious thinking concerning who do you know, and how well, and what for? SCORPIO—Take it to the limit! There's a strong desire to touch the heights and depths, to experience the limits of what's going on. With an understanding partner who knows your needs for extremes, this could be a time to remember. SAGITTARIUS-Confused? You're feeling so close to the love of your life, and at the same time you're tempted to flirt with strangers. Talking to a friend could help resolve some of your conflict. CAPRICORN—Savings, investments, long-term plans. This isyourchiefareaof concern this time. The future starts now. You can take some interesting chances without going for broke. Money isn't everything, but you know how much it helps. AQUARIUS—A sudden change in career goals or a giant boost in your present one is what goes on this time. Someone who loves you for all the right reasons helps. Being in the right place at the right times couldn't hurt, either. PISCES—Confusion hasn't totally vanished, but in dealing with it, you've been learning who your friends are. That's both new ones and old ones. As the air clears, that stranger isn't nearly as strange. ■ I9B7 MONTROSE VOICE
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