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Title The Nuntius Southwest, April 30-May 7, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date April 30, 1976-May 7, 1976
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
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Transcript • ~'\~ I l ) t ) I l l l l I I l t l I l ) I l l t l I I l t 11 I l I l I I I t 1111 t 11 11 l l 171~ ~= ~ - OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK =- .~ . 24 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES .........___... ACT I ON BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 Houston's • LARGEST 25t Movie Arcade! APRIL 30 - MAY 7, 1976 .... ~~iJNTIIJS FREE Photo by ALGREN/Houston The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper , r i < f , t " 1 • • FROM THE EDJ:TOR~ Hello out there to all you readers a cross the Southwest. And a special welcome to our new readers up in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is my pleasure to welcome you to the readership of the Nuntius. As of this issue !iJe Peacock Lounge in HotSprings 1s one of our regular stops. A lot of things will be hap­pening next week in Hot Springs - the Miss Gay South Pageant will be opening on May 8th at the Va- . pors Theatre Supper Club. More on that on the inside story. Last week we, or rather I, mentioned that a new bar was soon to open in Austin. Well, confir­mation has been received from one of the new owners Marci Fletcher. The new bar to be called Friends and Lovers will be located at 222 East 6th St. in a turn of the century deco- style building. The club is now under construction and will be open in about _60 days. The interior is Cathedral style and is multi-level. The lower level will be disco and bar, the upper level will be a glassed in piano bar. Also included in the struc­ture will be a girl's bar, game room, and in the near fu­ture a hair salon and art works gallery. Good luck! And speaking of openings, Houston's newest adult movie ar­cade and book store should be open­ing within the next week or even matter of days. It will be called The Movie Room and will be at 1604 Shepherd. Watch for their official announC\lll)ent of their grand opening. And while talk of building and openings are going on, lest me not forget the Old Plantation in Dallas. Their new location is un­der construction and their pro­jected opening date is May 20th. Keep watching for a confirmed opening date. The new structure is under way at 1807 N. Harwood and already has what is being termed a "super security system" to prevent any "mishaps" from oc­curring and delaying their opening. Nhe Dallas bar will rival its Hou­ston sister in size and as well in bars - super disco, Lafitte's bar, Oak Room, outsid_e beer garden, 1t 1s sohd and genuinely mven11ve w11h sex scenes that are sexy. lantas1es thal are lan1as11c and a wonderlul-no. br1lhant- Sau:~~a:o:~rr1~1ve1'rJf0N11G~f el~i~E1 ~' the Jack 0oroshow- M1chael·s rhino and numerous shops and boutiques. It should well be worth waiting for. Don't forget Mother's Day is coming up on May 9th. For all you guys, girls, or whatever - send flowers. And when you think flowers, think Ron Oruc & Assoc. in the 900 Lovett complex. They · deliver and also wire flowers just about anywhere. So don't wait until the last minute and miss out! Tickets will be on sale in the very near future for the Miss Gay America Pageant to be held at the Old Plantation in Houston. Watch for the announcement real soon. I understand that the Old Plantation and Miss Gay Texas 1976 Naomi Simms will be host­ing a cocktail party in Hot Springs prior to the Miss Gay South Pageant. I hope the Velda Rose Hotel is ready! Don'tforget-MR. GAY TEXAS 1976 will be taking the lights over at the Old Plantation in Dallas. Tickets and entry information will be available in the next week or so. E. D. 's Originals is now making swimsuits for that custom look on the beach. What ever your size, E.D. can make you something. He even came up with something for Louisiana at Elgin • 528-9485 Houston's Only Gay Owned and Operated Theater Page 2 me! My personal thanks to Algren for his photographs on the cover and insides these past three weeks. And that includes this issue too! Until next week, Miss Gay South Saturday, May 8th, the Miss Gay Arkansas Committee is proud tp present the Miss Gay South Pageant in Hot Springs, Ark. Female impersonators from all over the South - Georgia, Tex­as, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louis­iana and other surrounding states - will converge upon the Vapors The­atre Supper Club for the coveted title of Miss Gay South and the trip to Miss Gay America. Over thirty contestants are expected to participate this year. Competition will be held in Talent, Sportswear, and Interview. Miss Gay America Emer­itus Norma Kristie, The Lady Ba­ronessa - Miss Gay America 1973, Danny Diletto - Miss Gay America 1975, Naomi Simms - the reign­ing Miss Gay South, and Arkansas' own Tuna Starr will host the an - nual event. One of the Pageant's unex­pected highlights will be the of­ficial coronation of Miss Gay Am­erica 1975. The NUNTIUS Southwest is published weekly in Houston, Texas at 4615 Mt. Vernon, Hou­ston, Texas 77006, (713) 527 - 9850 or 526-9503. The offhcial views of this newspaper are expressed in edi­torials. Opinions expressed by writers in by-lined articles, let­ters, etc., are those of the writers and do not represent the opinion of the publisher. Publication of the name or photograph of any person or organization in articles or advertising in the Nuntius is no indication of the sexual orien­tation of such persons or organ­izations. Submission of doubled spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as drawings and photographs, is en­couraged. Unused material will be promptly returned (please en­close a self addressed stamped envelope with correct postage) . The Nuntius does not assume re­sponsibility for unsolicited mater­ial. Advertising rates upon re­quest. editor .... .. .. ..... ... .. ........ .. . ..... . me! plummer staff editor .. ......... ... ... ..... . . t. g. pretender staff writer ..... .. .... .. ... .. .. . .. . jonathan edwards I AN INTERVIEW WITH LILY TOMLIN by Nick Danger Reprinted with special permission from High Gear, Cleveland, Ohio After doing three dazzling somersaults down a conference room table at a press conference held after a recent comedy appear­ance at Kent State University last month, comedienne Lily Tomlin settled back and began to tell us what she's all about. The conference began at ll:30 p.m. after her stage performance that night. Lily was asked about her somersaults which she claims relieve her tension. She commen­ted, "I wouldn't have the nerve to do this at the Paramount." Much of Tomlin's humor looks at the 50's, a period when she was growing up in Detroit. "When I was in high school, no one was gay, only shy." Lily's comedy can be de­scribed as unbelievable. It is totally shocking, striking, and plain far out. Lily, who was not answer­ing most questions seriously for a group of inquisitive reporters, attributes her success to "the low standards of the people." Using no make-up or props for her show, Tomlin created an electrifying series of characters icluding The Operator and Edith Ann accompanied by her dog Bus­ter. Some of her other characters attempted explanations of boogie, mocked detergent commercials, and poked fun at college soror­ities. In a personal interview with Ms. Tomlin held after the press conference, she straightforwardly - expressed herself and her feelings. It went like this: Attending the show on a Thurs­day night in March some 1500 people came to the performance held in the Student Center Ball­rooom. The two hour show opened with Sister Boogie Woman who talked raspy boogie tak: "I know some people's got so much boogie, their boogie's got boogie," adding, "Boogie' s when you take no depos - it, no return bottles back to the store and they give you your mo­ney back because they like your attitude." As questions were asked, spicy and salty words flew across the room at interviewers from various sources of the media. "I'm so sorry I keep saying these crude things," she commented to Cleveland Plain Dealer reporter Janice Munson. Danger: Do the characters you portray come from personal experiences? Tomlin: Yes, they have to. They have to come through me. Danger: Do you see your­self as a comedienne or a com-mentator? - Tomlin: I don't know what to say because I never thought about it. People would say I was a comedienne, I remember, when I first started in New York. I would watch people, who in my opinion, were just as talented as I am, but they never built a body of material. I just couldn't un­derstand it. They would be bril­liant, improvisationally in all kinds of ways, and I would say you must develop that into a piece you know. From the beginning I always thought only of evolving a unit that had shape and made some comment. So over the years, I've naturally built up a large body of material. Danger: What point in your childhood did you realize you were nothing says it like flowers. RON ORUC & ASSOC. Floral Designers 900 Lovett suite 102 Houston 526-0525 Photo by Nick Dan1er a performer? Tomlin: Well, I did things for a long time all th rough my childhood. I lived across the street from a park with recre-ational facilities, including a Police Athletic League Baseball Team. We lived in an econom­ically low class neighborhood, which basically consisted of "blue-collar" workers and their families. So we had a lot of programs to participate in. I did take-offs of characters, men included. I performed and did little shows then. Danger: On stage you tell a story about your father taking you out to dinner and learning how to be popular. Can you ex­trapolate on that? Tomlin: When I first be­came well known from being on NBC's Laugh In, I went to Fort Wayne, Texas where my parents had moved for a visit. My father who had been a drinker and gam­bler all his life arranged for us to go out to a restaurant for din­ner that night. So I went to this restaurant which was more like a tavern. You could order all sorts of Bar-b-qued foods. So we all were having dinner when my fa­ther called the waitress over, pointed to me, and asked her, "Do you know who this girl is?" "I guess that's your daugh­ter," answered the waitress. "You're damn right," he nodded directed his next words to me: "Get up and sing a song, babe." I said poppa I don't want to. "Babe, get up and sing a song for the people." I said poppa, I couldn't. I'd die of embar­rassment. "Babe, you've got to learn how to be popular," he said. Because the story is so mean­ingful to me, I told it on my first television special. I guess, when you embark on a television career, you have to learn how to be pop­ular. I haven't learned it quite yet. Danger: And how do your audiences react to you? Tomlin: Different audiences react differently. A college or young one would basically respond because they are totally in tune to what's going on. They come because they are fans. But if I were to appear in a place where different acts are booked each week and the same crowd would come, then they would probably be less responsive and even quiet. Danger: What do you think comedy actually is? Tomlin: I'm actually not sure, because we've been exposed to so much stuff. In the old days, it was all so innocent. Entertain­ment was innocent; but after TV, people were exposed to so much comedy, there was a variety of it. As a child, I used to love to watch Lucille Ball. I would al­ways watch her and Ethel. I mean there was nobody greater than them, you know, and they did very much of a physical type comedy. But as I matured or whatever it was that I did, I was more attract­ed to someone like Elaine May or Mike Nichols, and Ruth Draper. these people were such masters because they had great input and were so sophisticated. Jackie Gleason and Lucille Ball really mastered physical comedy. They were brilliant, and th~re was no physical joke they hadn 't thought of. I don't even know how to articulate it. Whatever it was that opened up my response, nobody else had ever made me laugh that way before. It was comedy that was intelligent and had some perception behind it. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! If you need friends, new directions and dimensions in your life, you can find it here! Nothing to lose - everything to gain! The Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection 1214 Joe Annie t P.O. Box 13731 t Houston, Texas 77019 Sunday Services 11am & 7:30pm t Rev. Robert M. Falls, Pastor Phone ( 713) 526-B233 , ... , SUPERDOME SUPERBASH One of the biggest bicen­tennial bashes of the year may be in New Orleans, La. There, a major pop rock festival reportedly to benefit the United Nations is being planned, with invitations to perform being issued to some of the top names in rock entertainment. Promoter Bryan Lukas of Moonstar Productions in Los An­geles claims the rock festival could gross up to 200 million dol­lars - - featuring the possible ap­pearance of The Band, The Rol­ling Stones, and the four ex­Beatles. Lukas says the rock con­cert will take place in the New Orleans Superdome, to a closed audience of media, record, and movie industry representatives, and that it will be beamed at the same time to closed circuit tel­evision audiences around the world. According to the promoter, Peter Fonda will emcee the July 24th concert. Lukas says the concert is designed as a ''birthday party for the U.S. and we're inviting the whole world." • I promise you i happiness, I f but we can i I tell you where i to look for it .. .i t USE THE FORM IN THIS ISSUE i ♦ AND PLACE YOUR AD NOW!!! :t 1.+++.+ff♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ~··•♦++++ LEGAL POPPERS As of press time no final de­cision had been made in the case involving the sale of "legal poppers" in bars in Texas. As soon as some decision has been reached, the Nuntius will run a full followup story - Ed. BICENTENNIAL HOOKERS One bicentennial affair which may not receive the official en­dorsement of the federal govern­ment is the Third National Hook­er's Convention -- scheduled for Washington, D.C. this summer. Sponsored by COYOTE -­which calls itself a loose woman's organization, the hooker's conven­tion is being held in the nation's capital June 25th and 26th as part of a national campaign to decrim­inalize prostitution. Says Margo St. James, Coy­ote's chairmadame, "It's time for a revolutionary attitude towards hookers. That's why we picked Washington during the bicen­tennial. '' COYOTE -- which inciden­tally, stands for "call off your old tired ethics" - - has sponsored the two previous national hooker's concentions in San Francisco. P. 0 . BOX 501!5 DALLAS. 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San Antonio * 532-9721 EL PASO'S ONLY DISCO WITH LIQUOR EVERY SUNDAY. BEER BUST* SHOW* BUFFET "New" Miss Gay America The New Miss Gay America Pageant has issued the following statement concerning the removal of the Miss Gay America title from Shan Covington of Dallas. The first runner-up, Danny Diletto of Michigan, will receive the crown May 8th, at the Miss Gay South Pageant in Hot Springs, Ark. Since 1972 when the first Miss Gay America was crowned in Nash­ville, tenn., the title has had a special meaning to female imper­sonators across the United States. The title of Miss Gay America has meant many things to many people. But to the former Miss Gay Americas it has meant mean­ingful years and hopefully many more to come in the future through the name Miss Gay America. Miss Gay America has an un­written standard or code that has been followed since its inception. One has been to stand regal at all times and above the crowds. An attitude of general interest in "lo­cal politics" but never the inter­fering of such. Thi_s has"been the policy in the past and shall con­tinue to be such in the future. Due to the feeling that per­sonal conflicts and beliefs pre­vent him from carrying out his role as Miss Gay America 1975, the title of Miss Gay America has been removed from Shan Covington, and first runner-up Danny Diletto will take over the remaining title time left after his coronation atthe Miss Gay South Pageant in Hot Springs, Arkansas. BICENTENNIAL? As if bicentennial coffins and toliet seats weren't question­able enough, we now have the ul­timate: The Bicentennial Condom. The red, white, and blue pack­age - - produced by Federal Phar­ma cal Incorporated - - procliams "One time for Old Glory. Cele­brate with a bang!" The Best In All mah! Cinema l---•lllfoll !llt!MIS Houslon·,OnlyC>IYOwf'\fd ind ("""~t«l Tht•,.,. 11111111111 2110 Lexington Houston 713/ 527-9111 ••••••••••• Pot Pushed? A Univer sity of Virginia lega l researcher -- who has made an extensive study of marijuana prohibition in the U. S. - - says that Congress was steamrolledin­to outlawing pot without any de­bate by federal drug officials in 1937. Hollywood Shorts Charles Whitebread writes that Congressional hearings on the marijuana tax act of 1937 lasted only two hours with no dissenting witnesses. He says the princi­pal witness was Harry Enslinger of the Federal Bureau of Narcot­ics, who warned that marijuana caused "insanity, criminality and death." According to Whitebread, five major criminal trials of the 1940's were used to increase pub­lic oppostion to pot use. In one major trial, Whitebread says a leading medical authority testified, "After two puffs on a marijuana cigarette, I turned into a bat and flew around the room for five min­utes, landing at the bottom of a 200 foot ink well." American birdseed manu­facturers were the one exception to the 1937 law; they were per­r. 1itted by Congress to continue to use cannabis seeds in their feeds . Whitebread explains, "They tried other seeds, but none of the others made the birds' coats so shiny or made them sing so much.,, -·~- • RANDY C, J .] .'s • : APARTMENT CLEANING • j • Speciali,,n:~nR::~n~ng Se,vices := for the Oescriminoting Mole I • Reaso11able Rates Al. • ...2.14/.350.-71.20 ...• A highly critical review of the Academy Award winning film Dog Day Afternoon has been written by someone who ought to know the inside story of the film's plot - - the bank robber who act­ually engineered the incident act­ed out in the movie. John Wojtowicz, in a signed review appearing in Daily Variety, alleges that the movie starring Al Pacino is " only 30 percent true." Wojtowicz, in a statement written from a federal prison, alleges that the movie's depiction of his wife and mother were ex­tremely inaccurate and degrading, adding that the film includes meetings and conversations be­tween his mother and himself dur­ing the robbery which never, in fact, took place. Wojtowicz complains that the worst offense of the film , in his eyes, was the suggestion that he had made some kind of secret deal so that Sal, his partner, could be killed by the F .B.I. Says Woj­towciz, "This (was) not true and there is no human being low en­ough in this worls who would let the F.B.I. kill his partner in or­der for him to survive." Woj­towicz called the suggestion "sickP . Film director Ken Russell has reportedly signed Michelle Phillips, formerly of the Mamas and the Papas, to play the part of Rudolf Valentino's wife in the film "Valentino." Valentino's part will be played by Rudolf Nureyev. Convicted Watergate burg­ular Bernard Barker is out with his review of the movie All the President's Men. Barker, who is now a Miami sanitation inspector, said he saw the movie recently; he said of the actor who portrayed him in the movie, "That guy looked so Miss Gay South Pageant * * * * * Soturcloy, Moy 8, 1976 - VAPORS THEATRE RESTAURANT - Hot Springs, Arkonsos MISS GAY SOUTH ht Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up *$1,000.00 Ca1h 500.00 Ca1h 250.00 Ca1h (*)Prize monies based on 30 entries COMPETITION IN Evening Gown - bteniew Talent - OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY TO MISS GAY AMERICA - ~-------- ------------ APPLICATION RETURN APPLICATION TO NAM~--------- Norma Kristie P 0 . Box 1751 Hot Sprtnp. AR 71901 ADORES,:,___________ Aftar S:00 p.m. PHON11, ___________ _ Call (501) 321-1990 REPRESENTIN•~--------- $80.00 ENTRY FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS APPLICATION RULES: 1. CONTESTANTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER. 2 CONTEST OPEN TO ALL FEMALE IMPERSONATORS. 3 . SILICONE OR HORMONE OR THOSE l lNC'IFRG01MG TRr'AT MENT TO CHANGE THEIR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER. DEADLINE MAY 3, 1978 much like me that I looked a­round to see if anybody (in the theatre) recognized me." Now that C. W. McCall's recording "Convoy" was a hit single, get ready for the movie. United Artist Films has signed McCall, whose real name is Donald Spears, to help write the screenplay for a full-length film, based on his song about truckers using C.B. radios to run a police blockade. . You can find most Clifford Irving's faked auto­biography of the late Howard Hughes is being rushed into movie production. Film producer David Wolper purchased the film rights to the Irving book last week, and says he will go into production immed­iately on a movie to be called The Billionaire. COVER BOY This issue's cover boy is Tim. Tim is just one of many models that can be found at Hou­ston Boys. anything ... KIKI LEE'S DRAGOONERY I\ OIE GREH E\CHl\t:E ~LE\lf.\R~ET ~10! IE5TP\RK BOOTH JJ! IIOU.ITC7., TO BE! PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N.. Chapparall Corpus Christi, Texas (512) 882-0046 Dear Readers: I have to admit that some days the postal service never fails to amaze me! I received a letter a­bout last week's column on the hanky codes. But from where, but Washington D.c. Many thanks to our friends in the East for the card from the Leather Rack Inc., DC's only leather and toy store. So now here is a complete list of the hanky code: Red - left - fist fucker - right - fist fuckee. Mustard - left - wants big one - right - has 8" or more. Robin's Egg Blue - left - 69-er - right - anything but 69. Navy Blue - left - fucker - right - fucke"'. Light Blue - left - expert cock suck11r - right - needs CS. Orange - left - anything, anytime - right - nothing, now. Drab Olive - left - Army.or Ma­rine Corps. - right - likes same. Yellow - left - golden shower, passer - right - GS receiver. Green - left - hustler, selling-right - trick, buying. Brown - left - shitter - right - shittee. White - left - masturbator, self - right - same, others. Grey - left - into bondage - right - right - desires bondage. Black - left - whipper - right - what else? Whippee! .l\unt Sofa answers questions week­ly in the Nuntius. I1 you have any questions or comments for Aunt Sofa, please write Aunt Sofa, c/o Nuntius, 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006. Poge6 REVIEW - LIPSTICK by T. G. Pretender The world of motion pic­tues now seems to verge on how much blood you can show or how many naked people you can place in a scene. In keeping with that trend, Lipstick directed by Lamont Johnson just opened arou_nd the country. The story centers around the rape of a beautiful fashion model by a 'S6mewhat sick school teacher. The model is played by rrgaux Hemingway (who in real life is a model - takes one to know one) the grand daughter of novelist Ernest Hemingway. Chris Sa radon (Al Pacino' spy wife from Dog Day Afternoon) 1s the rapist. The majority of the action takes place in the courtroom. Ms. Hemingway decides to press charges against her attacker. Anne Bancroft plays her attorney and friend throughout the lengthy trial. Mr. Saradon's performance in the court room was truely believ­able. 'You tend to believe that it was not his fault for what he did. Up until that point, director Lamont Johnson could not seem to hold the hate of his film intact; it just seemed to wander about. You had a general idea of where he was heading, but you just could not keep your mind on it. When director Johnson wants you to feel sorry for his poor spoiled model, it is quite effec­tive. Especially when she has to explain just how she was raped. The same also goes for Mr. Sar­adon as he also explains how Ms. Hemingway flaunted her affection at him. Case in point? Was she or wasn't she raped? I shall say no more. On a whole Lipstick is a tho­roughly enjoyable film. I can per­sonally guarantee that your money won't be wasted. .l\lso the end­ing will give every viewer some­thing to consider on their srive back home. Until next week, see you at the movies ......... . NAME: ______________ _ ADDRESS: ______________ _ CITY: ______________ _ STA TE: _________ ZIP: ____ _ YES! I WOULD LIKE TO SUBSCRIBE TO NUNTIUS Weekly for ( ) 3 MONTHS - $ 7.50 ( ) 6 MONTHS - 15.00 ( ) l YEAR - 30.00 MAIL CHECK OR I.IONEY ORDER TO: NUNTIUS - 4615 Mt. Vernon - Houston, Tx. 77006 PLACE YOUR OWN AD USING THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" in theNuntius are listed free of chace. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are ·coded by number and run in the weekly Nun­tius and monthly Nuntius untilfur­ther notice from the advertiser or 181til three (3) written complaints of not answerinc replies are re­ceived. "Personal Ads" with telephone numbers and/or addresses maybe purcbued by tile weell in the weekly Nuntius. Space may be purchased at 10¢ per word, $2.00 minimum. Here's my adwith/withoutpboto(s) I, tile undersicned, hereby repre­sent that I am not a minor, that the pboto(s) (if photo is included) is an actual pbotocraph of myself and that all data included in my ad is true and correct. Consent is hereby given for the Nuntius or any other publication as the Nuntius may S!!t! fit, or to use for the promotion therof. It is also understood that the Nuntius is com­pletely released from any liability in coMection with transactions that I might have with any person(s} contacted through the Nuntius. I understand that all replies to ads will be forwarded at the rate of $1 per reply. I have read the above and fully understand that the ad copy and photo supplied are in full compli­ance with above. SIGNED THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OUR FILES AND WILL NOT BE PUB­LISHED: Name Address City Stote Zip Phone Mool 10 Nuntius 4615 Mt Vernon How sloe. T nos 77006 .ufflll CLA§IFIED SECTION ANSWER A CONFIDENTiAL 'AD . Address an envelope to us at the address shown below; inside, place an unaddressed BLANK en­velope with the CODE NUMBER on the top right-hand side of the envelope (which should be sealed) and enclose a 10¢ stamp and $L for each letter you wish forward-ed. MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS 4615 Mt, Vernon aL~ouston, 'tp~ 77006 personals B-403 KILLEEN White, gay, male, 6'1", 185#, would like to hear from and be frimd or lover to gay male, white or Oriental, 18-3 0. I am 24 years old My hobbies are swimming, reading, bowling. No fats or fems. B-405 Dallas White male, 130#, 5'11", blonde, attractive, Greek passive. Like masculine gays or bi guys 25-50. White, v.ell hung, no s/m. Discretion ill'1)ortant. AISJ photo. Am free most days Dal las area. Rloto returned up­on request. Not much on bars. G-147 Ba)toWl Young white female, 26, seeking females to teach me the finer ways of life. Am married, mve family, but pre­fer a gen tie gal to teach me. I mve someexperienceswithgays, bit not very good ones . I need a gmd teacher that does not mind me being rmrried or having a fam­ily. Amverypassionate , lovelong erotic sessions, am usually very h<rny. &lj(6' some drinking, oc­casional smdle, and love French va-y much. Please teach me as I'm a very willing student. No men, only sincere gals answer. ·' G-146 Houstm Female, 23, 5'3", l'fishes to hear from women of similiar age. No men! &!­joy treating a \\Oman as a woman . Hmvy set, butch. All serious in­q1. iries with photo and phone an­sv. er ed same day. Bi's okay. B-406 Houston Trim and ha,nd­sane, sincerewhitedude, 26, 5'5' ', 125#, clean cut, brooo hair and e,ies, masculine, seeks slim, mas­cliine, goodlooking white dude, we! I endowed, to age '.rl. ~ncere, w"derstanding, and sensitive for lie time relationship. Friendship co1nts most. Sexually, I like mut­ual JO, nudism, exhibitionism, & rib-downs with oil. No fats , fems, hairies, hippies, drugs, s/m , b/d, or married bi-guys. Honest reply with phone #. Please. I have no plone. B - 369 Houston Bisexual, gay wants to meet versatile and irn­agi native persons of either sex, andcouples forenjoymentinporno picture laking withpolaroidcam­era _jist for fun and pleasure. You can have any kind of pic­ture in any pose you want! B - 370 Austin White male cou­p le, mid 20' s, wants to meet other similiar coiples/singlesO to I, not group) for immediate action. Loddng for average looking mas­culine guys, but possible special coosideration for beards, Chi­canos, smoke. Us: 5' 8", 135#: darlt curly hair, moustache, hairy; . and 6', 160#, light hair, not hairy. Both warmfrimdly, average looks, plus. UsuallyGreek/Frenchacti ve passive. Goal - a good time had by all without unwanted ties, but not ruling out possible friendship. Casual but not superficial. Photo and leyyer a must. We/one will respond immediately with letter and photo. B - 371 Houston White male, 38, 6' , 220#, black hair, brown eyes, v.el I endowed - tired of bar scene - looking for roommate and lover (son-father lover relation­ship) into all phases of sex. Pre­f er blondes or Spanish younger males 18-28. Serious only. B-364 Houston Young w/m, good- 1 ooking, 155#, 5'10" , good body, nicely hung. Wants to meet the same for daytime sex. Come over and swim. Am Greek active, French passive and active, and en -' joy .X) scenes. Letters with tiio­to and phone get fastest replies. B-365 Houston WANTED: In­telligent, slim male (18 - 28 yrs .) who wwld be interested in .shar-­i ng adventures and ideas and pos­sibly becoming lovers . Mus t be self suw<>rting. I am a college graduate , ~ . 6' , slim, brownhair, blue eyed male. NO S/ M. B - 366 Houston Male models wanted. Age 18 - 21. Pref er smooth bodies and must be well hung. Please answer with photo, if pos­sible, and phone. B - 367 Houston Black male, 24, black curly hair, hairy body, 6', l!ll#, would love to meet guys who are Greek active , and en­joy French. Must be 18-35 and well hung, with a clean body. Please hurry, a ction needed im­mediately. Chuck, met you 2 weeks ago in Memorial Park. You S.O. B. - gEt cleaned up! B-394 Arli,.:ton I would like to meet cowboys f rom Texas or Oklahoma, 21- 40. No fl P. or G.Q. OR M.S. White only. I am white , 29, and like to have fun. B-402 Houston Gay w/m, living in Houston enjoying bottom role wih toys seeks person(.s) who en­joy taking pictures /movies for their own collection. No fee. I just enjoy the trip of someone taking pictures/ movies! B-384 AUSTIN Male student from Asia, 24, good looking, mi­ry body, interested in meeting gay males in Austin (prefer UT). I want to learn all styles of gay love in this cwntry. I can be active , or preferably, active and passive. I am lodling for slim males, under 25, and if possi­ble, dark colors (Latins Indians etc., but not Black). Definite pri~ oricy for those who write soon with phone/photo. I am in a h ur­ry. B - 372 Dallas Best boyish good looking w/m 20 yrs., 5'8",- 123#, in for a good time. Ir you are ti red of the bar scene write for a unique time. No s/m, f.ts, or fems. Reimburse for reply. hto_ smoke. Please send photo. B-313 Dallas Wanted butch lover who is sincere, who wants s:Jmeone, who does not cheat, trick m his lover. I am 5 ' 4' ', blue ~es, brown hair, 29 yrs. Lover rrust be from 5'10" to 6'4 " . Must WJ.nt to make a home. Send photo. Will answer all letters. If not sincere don't answer . Mia es 21 to 30 - this is for good, not just a few months. No fats, freaks , ors /m. B-396 Houston White male, 28, 57", 155# , brown hair and eyes, mustache, hairy chest, s traight adi'lg, new to Houston, with lim­ited g;ay experience, seeks sincere affectionate males 20- 40. Idesire a pe r manent relationship with saneone who is I ike wise I ooking for an hon est, loyal, a nd tota lly sincer e person. Ihave varied hob­by & sports interests and coosid­er myself flexible in all areas. Please no ultra-femmes, TV, or s;m. Otherwise, will answer & meet all. Discretion a ssured . Smd phone/address ( and photo if possili e) and detailed le tter. Please write . B-397 San Artonio Young white mal e, bi, 23, new to city. I am ready for action. looking for groups - any sex, couples, or sin­gles . I I ove all sex and am ready now so cum oo. Love to tra ve l so write from wiere ever you are. Photo and phone for sam eday se ~ - vice. I am to please. Please write soon and lets get the ball gci.ng! B-390 Corpus Christi Need Help! Financial and in all other creative fields. This help will be used to get off the ground an underground newspaper: The Devil's Advocate South T exas is rea<\y . B-399 Hempstead, Tx. Bi­male looking for fun. Average blild, 6". Slaves also welcome for an exciting time. B-400 San Antonio French, bi­male, 23, 6'1", 175#, curly black ha r, green eyes, good lookin~, olive -complexion. Looking for bitch male lover and friend . Like to party (i.e. dancing). Affection­ate, not shy with lovers. Prefer athletic, slim guys. No long term nfationship wanted. Will pro­vide an apartment for contacts. Please hurry, I'm lonely. B-3'14 San Luis Obispo, Calif. Prisoner, caucasion, 38, nofami ly, wil I be released from Calif.prison in August. Will be settling in Te,cas. Need contact with sincere men wto can relate to !onliness, aa:ept friendship, and possibly a pa-mena nt one-toone relationship. Will answer all letters, but am looking for sincere, mature,' gay, male. B-375 Rosharon, Tx. Bi, )Vhite • male, 6'2", 200#, 42, wants tome et and correspond with other males in south of Houston area.Fems ok. Must be clean and sincere. Likes hmti'lg, fishing, call'1)ing, and country music. Also would like to meet and exchange information on those with Kleinfelters Syn­drome. Photos welcome, but not a must. Especially interested in those with small endowment. B-376 Coq,us Area W/m, 18, 5'9" , 150#, blonde, blue eyes,good looking. I'm looking for gay guys preferably with mwstache and/ or beard, 18-35, good looking , butch type. No s / m, fats. Will answer all. Photo and phone answered first. Write soon. Am anxious to hear from " Mr. Right." B-391 Dallas FAT CO(l(S WANI'ED ! A very young Dallas Spanish gay male age 19, 5'6", 150#, would like to meet other gay w/m 35 to 5 0 with enormous fat and thick cocks to introduce me i nto Greek cli ture, especiall y ones who a re e~erienced and dominant. Length of cock unimportant. Only ma les who are slim or husky or well built need r ep ly. Other inte r ests inc lude French, photography, mastur bation, vibra­tors , waterspor ts, cum showers, threesomes and moresomes. Wil I consider meeting other males O\er 35 if wel I hung. 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