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Title Houston Voice, No. 826, August 23, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date August 23, 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 028
Transcript HOUSTON VOICE/AUGUST 23, 1996 27 mm>mm m mmmi mm This recipe calls for Red Snapper, but when I prepared it, I used Red Snapper and also Orange Roughy. Personally, I think I like the Orange Roughy best. It's not a hard recipe, and is really quite tasty. Red Snapper with Orange Sauce 1-1/2 pounds Red Snapper fillets 1/4 tsp salt 1/8 tsp pepper 1/2 to 1 tsp minced garlic 1 Tbs. butter or margarine t tsp. grated orange peel 3 Tbs orange juice Orange Sauce 1 whole clove garlic 2 Tbs butter or margarine 3 Tbs orange juice 1/8 tsp. ground ginger 2 Tbs snipped parsley Preheat oven to 400 degrees In a large baking pan, arrange the Red Snapper fillets in a single layer Sprinkle Ihe fillets with the salt and pepper. In a small saucepan over medium heat, cook the minced garlic in the 1 Tbs butter or margarine for 30 seconds. Sprinkle the garlic butter mixture, the grated orange peel and the 3 Tbs of orange juice over the fillets. Bake the fillets, uncovered in the 400 degree oven until the fish flakes easily when tested with a fork (Allow 4-6 minutes per 1/2 inch thickness of fish.) Transfer the fillets to a platter and keep warm Meanwhile, to make the orange sauce: In a small saucepan over medium heal, cook the garlic clove in the 2 Tbs. butter or margarine until the garlic begins to turn golden; remove and discard the garlic clove Stir in the 3 Tbs. orange juice and the ginger. To serve, spoon some of the sauce over each fillet Sprinkle with the parsley UNTIL NEXT WE EAT! KUNTRY KIDD The Great American Puzzle TEXAS EDITION By Henry McClurg ACROSS 6 capital of 1st country to extend diplomatic recognition to the United States 7 Old World small tropical lizard 8 incise or slice 13 every individual one, abbr. 14 shatter 15 weapons of iron or stone balls attached to a rope 20 in computer talk. Local Area Nelwork 21 a Slavic- speaking person 23 color of Marge Simpson's lowering bouffant 24 water from clouds 26 rich biscuit 27 comedian "Take my wife... please" Youngman, initials 28 Knox County seat; kite- flyer Franklin 33 hold in contempt 35 17th Greek letter 37 township & title page abbr. 38 syllable that sounds the same as zoo 39 reverse the ' doing of 40 Texas Indians rubbed bodies with oil from this animal to repel insects 43 city of S.E. Serbia near Bulgarian border 45 machines to separate seeds from cotton 47 father; title of honor in some Eastern churches 48 suitable for use 51 in Greek my- trdogy, goddess of wisdom & the arls 53 tall woody plart 54 symbol for chemical element chromium 55 word lhat is name of person, place or thing 56 pen point 57 WATT in a mirror 59 site of theG.O.P. convention, 2 words 61 nay 62 truly 63 19th century Sccttish essayist Ste- 31 city of theLBJ Library 32 Gopher State, abbr. 34 Roman numeral 150 36 voluptuous woman 37 things banned 41 group for alcoholics, abbr. in San Antonio 2 southern Calif, beach city 3 decrease or lessen 4 pig meat 5 substitute 10 pass (channel) 42 shortTor the Zend-Avesta, the writings of the Zoroastn- an religion - , T2 venson, initials ("For God's sake, give me the young man who has brains enough to make a fool of himself.") 64 site of the Democrat's convention 66 no 67 killer whale at San Antonio's Sea World 70 short of tolu balsam {South American tree) 71 saliva 72 frozen water DOWN 1 world class park ::: _ near Corpus Ctvisli 11 abbr for election volt 12 represents in words 15 prohibit 16 not secrel 17 hates 18 clever 19 Dole's V.P. choice 20 Roman numeral 51 22 site of the Reform Parly convention, 2 words 25 apply oil 'easy'is pronounced 30 woman in noun suffix, ' one that belongs to 46 late singer King Cole 49 non-Latin white American 50 half of a lulu 52 cable TV movie network 54 Roman numeral 490 58 an affirmative vote, one spelling version 60 therefore 64 abnormal bodily sac 65 type style wilhslanting letters 68 member of the Pueblo people of Ariz 69 silent Solution elsewhere this issue fe GALAXY GAYZER ^^^r* A HOUSTON VOICE EXCLUSIVE HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 23 - 29, 1996 IF THIS WEEK IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: This is a great period for new beginnings. Social opportunities are abundant and friends can help you with your wishes Stay focused on speaking and thinking about positive outcomes, and everything will turn out fine. ARIES (March 21-April 20) Be flexible this week and if special plans need to be postponed, don't allow this to affect romantic interludes in the evening. There may be news from someone far away that may end up increasing your income. Your social calendar will be lively for some time, TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) There may be an obstacle within your personal life which is causing havoc between you and a lover. Although you may tend to take the path of least resistance, it's time to face the problem up front and take care of it once and for all. Your self-confidence will get you everywhere GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) There may be conflict between the job and your home life, since both are demanding plenty from you. It will be a touchy situation which may require plenty of gentleness and diplomacy. Definitely take advantage of togetherness with a mate, you'll accomplish a lot. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) This week will be a mixture of ups and downs, and another person seems to be controlling this emotional swing. Don't allow yourself to gel overemotional. Your social agenda is quite busy, so make the effort to not overbook yourself. Love is in the air. LEO (July 24- August 23) Taking a firm stand this week is not suggested. Instead, use your charm and diplomacy, and possibly a somewhat devious approach. Those around you may be a bit irritating and over emotional, so put on that happy face. If married, prospects look good for adding to financial resources. VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) You or your partner's intuition may be a great advantage this week. Concentrate on important questions and decisions about finances. Joint money matters may need some attention and updating. Blended knowledge may be better than solo thinking. LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) It may seem like a rather bland week, but use the downtime to make new contacts that have the potential for producing long-term lucrative results. Focus on partnership, whether in the business area or marriage, each must contribute to the success of the whole. SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) Both solitude and creative work may be rewarding this week. Few challenges will be found in social gatherings or encounters. Even though situations may arise that may tempt you to jump right in, it will definitely be better for you to sit them out completely. SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) An old, unresolved family problem may pop up this week and cast a rather depressing shadow over just about everything - facing the facts may Help to ease the tensions Try to keep a love relationship and platonic relationship separate, it's for the best. CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 20) This is not the time for a financial gamble or risk of any kind. Although you may be taking a chance on romance. You may be feeling somewhat depleted, energy wise, but a dear friend will put a smile back on your face. Keep behind the scenes at work. AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19} You are in control and everyone surrounding you know it. Take advantage of your currently winning ways and apply the intensity you feel to advancing your career goals and monetary position. Any financial tangles must be dealt with immediately. PISCES (February 20 - March 20) The moral support that you've been seeking about an important decision is on it's way, and possibly from a very surprising source. It may be a wise idea to wait a few weeks to follow through on your deci sion though. Your affections for another are high. Call U Write: HOW TO REACH MEMBERS OF CONGRESS S THE PRESIDENT c( apitol switchboard -ocn ifyou arc not sure who represents you. just ask the operatt.tr j will he connected, Ask for their fax numbers and e-mail addresses as well: S.Capitol 202124-3121 (Senators* Representatives) The Honorable U.S. Senate Washington. DC20-510 I lie Honorable __ __ U.S. House of Representatives Washington. DC 20515 The President of thc United States Presidem Bill Clinton The While House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave Washington. DC 20500 White House Public Comment Line 202/456-7639 E-mail: prcsident@whitehouse.gov HowstoM Voice Help W-xMiteb Advertising Professional with proven record of success wanled to carve out new territory in Greater Houston Market for weekly Gay publication. Commission basis. Must be aggressive and have a positive attitude. Call Deborah Bell at 529-8490.
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