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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 024
Transcript HOUSTON VOICE / MAY 31, 1996 23 Every now-and-then, I fix a meal that really sounds good to me, but is a little disappointing. This happens to be one of them, and I am giving it to you because my significant other liked it, so maybe you will too. Depending on the ingredients you use, it could be nearly fat-free. No-Title Turkey 3 C. fresh spinach, coarsely chopped 1 large onion, chopped 2 tsp. margarine 1 C. fresh mushrooms, sliced 1 clove garlic, minced 1 sp olive oil 1-1/2 pounds ground turkey 1 clove garlic, mashed 1/4 tsp salt 2 C. plain yogurt /Jjj 1 C Monterey Jack cheese, cubed 1/2 C. fresh grated Parmesan cheese 2 large eggs 1/4 tsp. ground black pepper 1/2 tsp salt pinch of fresh, grated nutmeg 3 Tbs. fresh, grated Parmesan cheese paprika Rinse spinach well, leaving water on leaves. In skillet, using collapsible steamer, steam spinach until just wilted. Remove steamer with spinach still in it, cover and set aside. Empty water from skillet, and wipe dry. Over medium heat, saute chopped onion in margarine until soft but not browned. Add mushrooms and minced garlic and saute until mushrooms are soft and dark Remove mixture from pan and set aside with spinach, keeping covered Add olive oil to skillet Over medium-high heat, saute ground turkey and mashed garlic in olive oil. Saute until turkey is no longer pink, crumbling with spoon while cooking. Discard garlic. Remove turkey from heat, and add 1/4 tsp. salt Drain juices from turkey and reserve. Pour juices, yogurt, Monterey Jack cheese and 1/2 C. Parmesan cheese into blender. Blend until smooth. Then blend in eggs Spread reserved spinach and mushroom mixture over turkey. Sprinkle with nutmeg, 1/2 tsp salt and pepper. Pour cheese-egg mixture over all and top with remaining 3 Tbs Parmesan cheese. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes, until topping is set and slightly browned. Sprinkle with paprika and let stand for 10 minutes before serving. Makes 4-6 servings. UNTIL NEXT WE EAT! KUNTRY KIDD The Great American Puzzle I] 39 ii By Henry McCkrg ACROSS 1 Peter, first Texas governor elected to a second term 4 to wrap in cerecloth 5 maturing 7 Roman numeral 401 8 ocean 10 body acid 12 one's former TEXAS EDITION spouse 13 10th and 9th consonants of the alphabet 14 Geraldine. Mondale's running mala for VP but now an interviewer on CNN. initials 16 Mexican city across from El Paso 20 cattle trail from San Antonio to Abilene, Kansas 24 Whai you see at the start of a Bogs Bunny cartoon 25 indefinitely long time 26 tropical American plant such as the century plan! 29 epic poem 31 950-mile river in E New Mexico & central Texas 36 Irish for 'lake' 38 lost something at least temporarily 40 3rd to last & 2nd lo last letters of alphabet 41 did exisl 43 American-born English critic & author Eliot, initials ("Completi J equality means uni- vs^ irresponsibility.") 45 acronym for public relations 46 country way of saying poor 48 Texas mounted police force 51 Texas admission lo the Union, 2 words 55 the day in 1945 when the Allies beat the Axis in Europe 56 20th century American author Wilder, initials 57 because 58 letters used in Tic Tac Toe 59 symbol for chemical elemert tin 60 original equpment manufaclurer abbr. 61 aquifer thai provides much of west Texas water 63 easl Texas wilderness region, 2 words 66 short for tuberculosis 69 ovordose 70 Gem 34 possessed 35 droop 37 gains 1836, Sam Houston became this, of Texas 42 in biology, a stiff hair 44 ship museum. 'The Blue Ghost.' in Corpus Christi 47 unit of 11 fu* of excitement ■»■«•* rical resistance 13 without *9 awenue at>br 50 actor & 40th U.S. President, initials 52 slang for holding up a brings a result 6 besides boys, they too can nov play Texas high school football 9 doexlremely r out your money 75 infectious 77 National Oceanic & Atmospheric A*nir*sl rat ion 78 imbibes 80 female ruff (European freshwater fish), also called a reeve 81 solemn lyric poem DOWN 1 ask earnestly 2 feminine form of Eric 3 give for temporary use 4 something that 15 a deception 17 underwriter abbr 18 Cain's 19 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 21 shouts of contempt 22 interjection for surprise 23 Roman numeral 1006 27 catch sight of 29 sudden sharp pain 30 group of 7 32 prescription for medicine 33 burgh of SW. Scotland at ihe moulh of ihe river of the same name 53 abbr. for an entity formed into a legal body 54 dug with a hoe 57 time zone of 99 percent of Alas not during daylight savings, abbr 62 Evergreen State, abbrev. 64 member of the Pueblo people of Ariz. 65 young goal 67 British Broadcasting Company 72 noun suffix, one that belongs to 73 constructed 74 Ga GOP congressman Gingrich, initials 76 capital of Egypt 79 perceive by eyesighl Solution else- GALAXY GAYZER A HOUSTON VOICE EXCLUSIVE HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 31 - JUNE 6, 1996 IF THIS WEEK IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: The main focus for you right now is on work, meeting your responsibilities and health matters. Relationships are important, but you must stand on your own two feet. Your yearly income will start improving. ARIES (March 21-April 20) You have a tendency to keep a lot of good things secret, especially your accomplishments. Doing some rather unfavorable chores for a loved one will result in heartfelt gratitude. You live in the present and loath dwelling on the past. Don't whine. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) You seem to be able to handle just about anything which may be thrown your way in regards to surprises. By putting a lot of faith in those you love, it is a shock when someone lets you down. Keep your self-esteem intact and take time out for yourself too. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) Ongoing relationships are a little strained presently, and new ones are somewhat dubious. Just wait it out and things will improve soon. Money is not important to you, but you enjoy having enough so you can do the things you want, without counting the cost. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Being quite a homebody, now would be an excellent time to capitalize on any inclinations you have in that direction. Your love life is quite intense lately. It is especially exciting that your loved one's emotional intensity matches or even surpasses your own LEO (July 24- August 23) This week you need to capitalize on your powers of persuasion and emerge a winner in a business-financial negotiation - as well as in your love life. You seem to be happier in a relationship than you are alone. But since your standards are incredibly high, expect a few dry spells. VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) Even at the best of times you have to guard against a tendency to adopt a negative attitude toward life in general and romance in particular. Whether you know it or not, you are very capable of getting by on your own. Being a fast thinker, you handle sticky situations well. LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) You are very good at keeping secrets, especially about how you feel about others. Your love relationship may not always be as harmonious as it appears to others. Enjoying companionship and the sharing of ideas is important, and you tend to focus on the positive side of everything SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) Beneath your strong, independent exterior lies a desire for a truly fulfilling relationship. Resist in the temptation to indulge in self-destructive behavior if you become unhappy. Emotional satisfaction can also be found in renewing old friendships. SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) Although you usually have a significant other, you do much better on your own. Independence is your motto. Your real strength lies in your ever presenl optimism. Learn to value those worse moments of your life and learn from them. You have a natural athletic ability. CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 20) The inherent fatalism which seems to follow you around may stifle any positive attitudes needed for you to get ahead Your strength lies in your ability to move forward, so you need to work on gaining control over your negative thoughts. Being practical and living in the real world are your strong suits AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) Feeling dependent on others is the type of situation you steer clear of, especially when it comes to any emotional relationships. Since you do quite alright on your own, avoid hermit-like tendencies. Your compassionate nature will get you into more trouble than its worth PISCES (February 20 - March 20) Verbalizing your feelings to a loved one could be the best way to clear the air, providing tact is used. You are feeling quite attractive lately and that feeling is communicated to everyone else. You are in touch with the guiding impulses of your nature and enjoy expressing yourself. PeteOHot <?H4tzucti0mt4 TO RECEIVE RESPONSES TO YOUR AD: A toll-free 800 number will let you know if you have recorded telephone responses. You can then listen to these responses on a 900 number using your personal code and pin (personal identification number) Responses can also be received by mail, see below. TO ANSWER AN AD BY PHONE - Call 1-900-454-3576 ($1,49/min). Listen to the instructions. You will then actually be listening to the advertisers recorded message and can leave a voice message with your name and number You can respond to more than one personal during [he phone call As individuals check their messages, they can respond to yours. OR you can pre-pay a special 900 account, listen and respond without the cost appearing on your phone bill Call 529-8490 for more information. TO ANSWER AN AD BY MAIL: Each ad has a five digit code Write your response and seal it in a stamped envelope with the five digit code in the address place Place your sealed response and $2 00 in an envelope and mail it to us. we will affix a mailing label and the intended person will receive your response This service costs $2.00 plus postage per numbered envelope, and is available only with the Houston Voice Personals ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: To place a Houston Voice personal ad you are required to participate in the "live voice" aspect of our Personals by calling the special 800 toll-free number You must record, in your voice, your Ad If you do not participate in the voice aspect, your ad may be discontinued without reimbursement. The voice message can be as simple as "You read the ad. leave a message" to complex and informative. The ads, both print and voice, can not contain references to sexual acts or organs (FCC et al regulations) If you are having difficulty recording your message, phone 1-800-780-4947. for assistance. Ads should be positive, describe what you want, undesirable qualities/characteristics need not be listed G - Gay, M - male; F - female; W-white; B - black; H - hispanic, A - asian. HWP - height, weight, proportionate, DDF- disease, drug free
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