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Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995 - File 028. 1995-04-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 23, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4999/show/4993.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date April 7, 1995
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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Transcript RECPES BY THE KUNTRY KDD Here is a recipe I copied off the boob tube about two weeks ago It was given by a chef that lives in the states that is originally from Ireland. I prepared it for last night's dinner, and it turned out pretty good. Keep it on hand for St. Patrick's Day next year. IRISH STEW Serves: 6-8 3 Tbsp oil 3 pounds beef (stew meat or whatever cut you desire, cubed) 3 onions (white or yellow) 1-12 oz bottle stout (you can use any dark beer) 2 C. beefstock 1 pound carrots, cut into 1-1/2 inch pieces 1 pound parsnips, diced 1 pound rutabagas, diced Salt and pepper to taste Saute' meat in oil (Do in 3 batches), and remove the meat from pan. Add onions in oil and saute' about 8 minutes. Return meat to pan wrth the juices and onions-add beer. Add stock to cover meat mixture and cover and simmer for 1 hour. Add vegetables and cook until vegetables are done You don't have Io use on the vegetables I have listed, use your imagination I couldn't find parsnips, so I used potatoes. You could add celery, turnips, etc The Irish use the three veggies I have listed, because there is not much of a variety there to cook with. HOUSTON VOICE / APRIL 7. 1995 27 UNTIL NEXT WE EAT! KUNTRY KIDD THE TEXAS PUZZLE About Texas. Current Events & Standard Crossword Clue By Henry McClurg ACROSS' 1 bags ■s Handle 6 Land of Lincoln state, abbrev. 7 symbol for chemical element iron 8 of the stem part from which a leaf grows 9 her initials if Dinah Share had married Louie Armstrong 11 fill with joy 14 human 15 gazed upon jo triangular sail used especially on Mediterranean Sea boats 39 'the' in Spanish 41 cat's sound 43 lieutenant, abbrev. 44 beat Ark. Apr. 3 to be the NCAA bas- 10 midgets 12 French masculine pronoun 13 actor Gibson 14 brothers to be retried for 1989 killing of wealthy parents 20 verb suffix used lo form r.st participles 21 from this or that in place or time 23 2nd letter of Greek alphabet 24 major Houston- based airline 27 boastful talk 33 verb suffix, cause to be 34 couple 35 move through the air 37 slight or pale coloration 38 relating to the pope 40 American WWII general MacArthur, initials ("It must be of the spirit if we are to save the flesh.") 42 Texas county with Cooper as seat 45 to cast a ballot —' Frank Ii i D. or Teddy 48 acronym for agency in charge Of Texas prisons 50 sorcerers 53 19th century Irish wit Wilde, initials ("The best way to make children good is to make them happy") 54 direction Wichita Falls to Houston, abbrev. 55 skin 56 plague 57 early 20th century American author & actor Rogers, initials ("The income tax has made more liars out of the American people than gold has.") 59 Tejano music star slain in Corpus Christi May 31 60 school between junior high or middle school & technical college or college, abbrev. 61 actor Conway 65 prefix for 'not' 66 German title meaning Mrs. 67 I am. contraction 68 Roman numeral 1052 70 boy 72 spirits of evil 74 emperor of Rome 54-68 A.D. 75 another spelling of disk DOWN 1 1901 discovery near Beaumont 2 permitted 3 noun suffix for action or practice 4 defer 7 type of road in Texas that is 41,000 miles, 3 words 16 only major league sports league with 3 Texas teams 17 city of Netherlands with type of glazed pottery named after it 18 movie creature 19 comedian 22 Canadian city opposite Detroit 24 drinking vessel 25 naked people 26 without toes 28 sports tie breaking time period, abbrev. 29 Roman numeral for 104 30 understands, grasps 31 seize legally 32 instrument • or shaving hair ketball champs 46 Greek god of love 49 lair 51 half of a lulu 52 30's movie star Gable, initials 55 fine reward 57 25th U.S. president McKinley, initials 58 21st US President Arthur, initials 62 computer company 63 1976 movie filmed in Terrell. Texas 64 Bob, our Lt. Governor 66 wicked person 67 a division of the psyche 69 abbrev. for lethal dose & learning disability 71 because 73 gov't agency we all love Solution else- v> here this issue e IMS GULf FE* TURE5. PltfiLE TXS1M GALAXY GAYZER A HOUSTON VOICE EXCLUSIVE HOUSTON VOICE HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 7-APRIL 14, 1995 HOUSTON VOICE readers born this week share the week of their birth with Sir John Gielgud. Born in 1904 this star of stage and screen is familiar to most. ARIES (Mar 21 - Apr 20) Happiness wdl be yours around the corner especially if you are involved with a service or volunteer organization There will be not only the genuine 'thank you' for making a meaningful difference in someone's life, but the very real possibility of learning an important life's skills from the other person (s). Your friends in the educational field experience this all of the time. TAURUS (Apr 21 - May 20) You will notice an increase in your creative skills, either in writing or art creativity. Be as imaginative and as bold as you dare, to make your efforts stimulating and stand above the crowd. Springtime is a wonderful time for arts, as the brightness of colors, freshness of appearance and newness of creation lend themselves to your efforts. Telephone THE VOICE office for us to publish your work. GEMINI (May 21 -June 21) Be definite about doing a better job in taking care of yourself physically. You may have had a close call health wise last week. One where a lesson was acutely taught. You need to return to the gym, to re-begin your work out schedule. Even if your weight has not changed, the shaping of your body needs some work. Continue to have confidence in your skills and intelligence, as they are strong points for your future success. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Look over your wardrobe and see where you are able to brighten up your appearance, without having to purchase any more items. At least not a major clothing purchase. A new shirt, tie, blouse, scarf or inexpensive piece of jewelry may be all that is needed. The colors will give to you a more up to date, contemporary appearance that will help to have you noticed by your friends and boss LEO (July 24 - Aug 23) Make a list of strengths and weakness' of your present relationship. Go over the strengths and locate the ones with your friend that maybe formed even better. With regards to the weak areas, talk them over in a non judgmental manner, e.g. without fault finding, and see how each of you may change in these areas. Do not be surprised if you find areas where a compromise is almost impossible. VIRGO (Aug - Sept 23) The many facets to your personality are still being learned by yourself. Therefore, do not be surprised when your actions startle close friends. The secret in maintaining relationships for you, is to go more slowly when you change from one side of your personality to another. This will give to people a better chance to adapt to the 'new' you. For a person to love LIBRA (Sept 24 - Oct 23) Look through the sales catalogues to find some of the bargains that you are hunting for. It is too bad that you do not own a pickup truck or van to haul home all of the wonderful bargains that fall into your way from weekend garage sales. Do nol buy something unless it truly fits into your master decorating scheme or the low price suggests a profit taking prompt resale is very likely. SCORPIO (Oct 24 - Nov 22) Consider adding a coat of paint in a different color to your quarters to give a wonderful and fresh appearance to your living spaces The cost will be small, but the improved look will be worth many times your outlay of time and dollars. I suspect that you may not have the skill to chose the colors yourself. Seek the help of a friend whose living quarters have always been attractive to you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23 - Dec 21) Use this weekend to experiment with new hair styles. Gentlemen readers of this column need to watch a change of color, as the falseness is still readily apparent, even with the better hair dyes. People your age simply do not have hair that color. Do not forget to trim your eye brows to make yourself look younger, and watch the present of hair around the ears in both genders. CAPRICORN (Dec 22 - Jan 20) Pat yourself on the back, to acknowledge doing a great job this week. The strong points of your Astrology sign center around the intelligence level that you have. Unfortunately, your very strong ego gets in the way and frequently prevents you being as effective as you might be with interpersonal relationships. Though it is easier said than done, stop being so fragile with criticism. AQUARIUS (Jan 21 - Feb 19) I do not see Ms./Mr. wonderful coming into your life during the next three weeks. This means that any new relationship that you might establish is probably going no where as. But then even if is only in meeting a new person who has a chance of becoming a new friends is not all that bad. Make sure that your home is clean and orderly, as these qualities are very important to anyone that you may bring home with you. PISCES (Feb 20 - Mar 20) Look closely at the new friend that you have recently met. While your friendship is still young in weeks, she/he maybe that individual that you have been looking for. One of the things that I believe that you are being cautious about, is the educational difference and seeming maturity. These differences are definite pluses for you. Make sure that you are able to meet the person's considerable sexual needs. Advertise Your Restaurant ^ Here Call For Details (713) 529-8490 Fnu-ring Distribution The LONE STAR in HOUSTON"! Gay Lesbian News HOUSTON VOICE To Report the News • Sii>s<**e • Advertise (713) 529-8490 NeOocMe (BOO) TS-UX ■ Fe« 17*31 BHM1 Support the COLT 45's Trouble Fund
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