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Title The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. [4], October 1970
Alternate Title The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. 3, October 1970
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  • Frank, Phil
Date October 1970
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript tJie UNcrJUS 40~ VOLUME 1, NO~ f' OCTOBER 1970 HOUSTON, TEXAS CHARGES EMIENT IN GAV CLUB BLAZES ---------------------------- Our September issue concerning the fires at the Plant­NO POLICE HARRASSMENT IN HOUSTON It is not harrassment is the report given by our law­enforcement agencies. This can be believed as in check­ing with straight clubs the same is happening as has in a number of gay bars. There are routine checks of bars to see that they are conforming to the requisites of the laws of the State. There are also City and County regulations that operat­ors must comply with. The LaCaja, Tradewinds, Round Table and Red Room have all had visitors, some of these places twice. It was routine on the first visit and the second because they had been called for no apparent reason other than some individual or individuals wanted to see business disturbed. There have been some arrests but not for anything that was amiss with the customers in these establish­ments. There were minor infractions by the operators SJJC~ as letting workers serve without health cards. Customers have not been harrassed or bothered in these police check-ups, unless there was some question as to the patrons age. There have been no raids, to all intent and knowledge there are to be none. The gossip carried when a Police Car is seen in front of one of our clubs is bad business .. The Police ore to help us better run and protect our businesses. If we as a whole work with them there is no fear that all wi II run smooth. Don't talk unless you know what you're talking about. Raid - Bull ation, Palace, and Bui lseye, with the rewards have caused renewed interest in "WHO DUN IT" and you should hear some of the fast spreading rumours that this editor has heard. Phone calls and multiple theories have been offered, some seriously and some crank. We have been assured by certain insiders that CHARGES WILL BE FILED WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, maybe sooner. If you have information, "don't let someone else beat you to the reward". TEXAN WINS GROOVY GUY Larry Roger Schramm of Fort Worth, Texas is 1970's Groovy Guy. The 22-year old decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, who insists "it really doesn't matter what the body looks like if the mind and the heart are beautiful," and believ­es "you can be a man and still be gay," was chosen before a jam-packed crowd of over 800 at Ciro's on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip August 22. He was sponsored by the Jaguar Bar, Los Angeles. Schramm is 5'11", 165 lbs., has auburn hair and green eyes. He lettered in track in high school in Fort Worth and enlisted in the Navy at 18. He saw 13 months service in Vietnam and was awarded five medals, in­cluding the George Washington Honor Medal and the Vietnam Campaign. He completed his service July 10 and is now living in Hollywood. He plans to start college this Fall and hopes to become an airline pilot.. His hobbies include water-skiing. About all he could think of to say after his contest victory was, "It's groovy. I never expected to win. I just thought it would be fun to enter. Now I'm going to be the grooviest Groovy Guy ever." CONTINUED ON P . 4 J f# IN OUR HUMBLE .f I OPINION, THE I 9# PALACE ~ j IS THE ONLY J MASQUERADE BALL ·f Employees of the Palace Club .f . I Halloween Tickets ~ Now on Sale ~ -Call 528-8970 for information I f I f I f I Palace Club and Sky Terrace 3400 MONTROSE - PENTHOUSE I ~ I ~ I ~ I ~ I OCTOBER 1970 PAGE 3 THE EDITOR'S SPOT Ceor Ph i l, To start off with I think you hove the best magazine hove read in quite owhi le. I come to Houston from a small town in Lo., and think that it's great that Houston hos a magazine to tel I you where and what places to go. Houston is a great place to live and work and "play". The reason and subject of my letter is about Bartenders. You as well as I know that to be one, you hove to be a very strong and s mall tempered person. You also have to be kind, courteous and have a good personality. You hove to have all these put together when working in a gay bar most of all. We are sometimes called vulgar names, mode fun of, and sometimes physically abused, sometimes to the boiling point that you want to explode, but you must stand poised and keep smiling. So, really all I want is to hint to the "queens" is to treat us with a litt le respect in the future. To many they will laugh at thi s but damn, WE'RE HUMANS TOO!! A Bartender Dear Bartender, Wish this letter were s igned by who you are and where you work so that I might personally apologize. I, as many of us, when upset, have too much to drink, or no-one at home to raise hell with take it out on the bartenders. So far as the " physical abuse" I think you should feel fl attered to have people want to touch you, in the event their touching is to the point of hurting you might suggest they "ask for what they want like a lady instead of scratching for it like a 'bitch". Dear Phi I: Your growing pai ns ore wel l deserved! After some three months in operation, I must commend you on a job wel I done in such a relatively short time. Your factual and precise reporting in the Nunt ius is beginning to separate the fact from fiction in the homo­phi le circles. Your September art icle on the burning of the gay clubs in Houston has stirred voices in Dal las, San Antonio, and of course the Houston area. People must realize that we have come a long way since the days of the "back door" paddy-wagons at gay establishments. We do not need the attention that we have all received as a result of these fires. Certoinly if these arsonists are allowed to continue their "work," there will be no places of recreation and entertainment for the gay community. Again, let me express my thanks for your reporting and making known the important events that affect us all. If the people of Houston and surrounding communities will take notice of our ever increasing problems, and will work together to combat them, then al I of us have a chanc~ to I ive in harmony and peace. I hope that oil of the people that read the Nuntius feel as I do, and that you wi 11 become the media by which we express ourselves. Best wishes for continued success. Dear Ron, Cordially, LEVCO INC. R. E. Levine You have changed my mind about the O Ide Saying - "Why is Youth Wasted on Youth." Dear Phil: First, let me soy thank you for a fine paper, and much success to you in the coming months. I hove a couple items for the paper which I hope wil I be of interest to your readers. Frankie and I made an emergency trip to our home in South Carolina because of family sickness. We stopped in Atlanta, Georgia at a very beautiful club, would you believe some one estimated there was about 1000 beautiful guys there. It is located on Monroe Drive just off Ponce de Leon Drive and close in to t own. It was formely the Rose Room and the name had not been changed ·when we were the re. J us t down the street was another so crowdedfwas no use trying to get in. We lived in Atlanta for awhile before moving to Houston lost October, and boyJiave th ings changed. Before head­ing back to Houston, We v i s ited the upper part of South Caro lina and had a swell t ime. We vi s ited the Famous John 's Bar, 443 Ea st Stone Ave. , Greenville and when stated we were from Houst ond given the Roya l treatment by John Manley, co-owner. Had a wonderful Drag Show. my only objection was the short time we had to stay. John invites any and al l to drop by when in that port of the country. Frankie and I haven't had the pleasure of meeting many of the gay set here in Houston, but hope to be getting around to the many nice places Houston offers our set. Once ago in, Good Luck Phi I! Keep up the good work and oil you guys, Lets back h im and his staff a ll the way .... O. K. Thnak ing you, Curt iss and Frankie Dear Curtiss and Frankie, Can't imagine what brings y ou to Houston? If you look as pretty as you wri te can not understand the " gay set" not having picked you out by now. Call and we will ex­change addresses - would like to meet about 1000 beautiful guys in AtlantAAA. PAGE 4 Thirty six hours later he was "down to reality" and taking it more in stride, but he still felt "it's really groovy. And I'm going to do the best I can, to do any- ­thing I can to help the community. "I like gay life. I decided a long time ago that I liked men. I don ' t play games. I've been and seen and done just about everything there is to do, whether it's good or bad. And I mean ... like, I know what's going on. The way I look at gay I ife is that I feel I ike, you know. I' m a man. When I walk down the street, if somebody' s gonna say something, I'd rather they'd say, 'There goes a man,' instead of, 'There goes a queer.' You can be a man and still be gay, is my outlook on it. "And I think that if the people who are down on gay people so much, if they could see the way gay I ife really is, that there are gay people who have responsi­bilities who ore responsible, I think that they'd learn to get along with the gay people better and accept them better. "Like, I can work beside a straight man at a job and do the job just as well as he can. But if somebody was to find out that I was gay, chances are I'd get fired just for what I do in bed. But I feel I ike we ought to put across that gay people can hold responsibilities just as anybody. " (private) ~.ctua: - ' 11-13 POOL - DANCING (memberships - MIXED DRINKS available) Open Wed nesday t hru Monday 4 P .M. to Mid night Sa turdays till 1 A. M. (C l osed T ue sd ay) 5607 MORNINGSIDE 528-9493 OCTOBER 1970' . TO All MY FRIENDS: AS OF SEPTEMBER 17, 1970 I WILL NO LONGER BE ASSOCIATED OR CONNECTED WITH THE SCENE I IN ANY RESPECT .. Walter B. "As far as d ifferent people go, I mean, I love a person's mind and their heart, and their body helps...out, you know - if I'm attracted to their body. But it doesn't matter whether it's a girl or a boy, if I love their mind and their heart .. I like to think of myself not as gay and not as straight. I'm both. But I'm also human. "I just feel like . . . I am gay, bel ieve me. But every now and then I' 11 go out with some woman that has a beautiful mind. That's what attracts me in people. If they think things out and .. . the mind is so beautiful. c\nd the heart is right along with it. And then, if both of those are beautiful, it really doesn't matter what the body looks like. Don' t get me wrong. If it's a beautiful body and it really attracts you, then that makes it all that much better. But if you love their mind and their heart, they may not have the most perfect body, or even beautiful, but they're real beautiful to you_ Whether it's a man or a woman, whichever comes along, and you really dig them. "I believe each person that you meet, too, whether they give you good or bad, if they just talk to you, give you something that you carry with you for the rest of your l ife . And that's what makes up you_ The more people you meet, I feel, it makes you a better person . "I like to talk to people, if I dig them. There's this silly little game that some people play in bars. Standing around watching somebody for 45 minutes and afraid to talk. I don't believe in playing this game. "I work in a bar and I go to the bars sometimes when I'm not on. Because l'M trying to meet new people and make fr iends and a 11. And if I see somebody I Ii ke, and they look l ike a warm person that I would really dig on, I walk over to them, and I start talking to them_ I don't play this si lly l ittle game. "And I th ink that's where a lot of gay people . . the world looks down on gay people for one reason. It's because therO a lot of d irty faggots . And I'm not a faggot , I' m gay. There's a lot of difference between being a faggot a nd being gay." " I'm going to fi nd a relationship, the one person that I'm going to be happy with for the rest of my life .. I don't mean two years, or three years, or two month, or three months, and then somebody else comes along. And you drop whoever you are with. OCTOBER 1970 "I believe that I'm going to find somebody that's going to be my partner for the rest of my life. I'll work 20 hours a day if I have to, just to give them what they want. "But right now, I couldn't tell you whether it's going to be a man or a woman_ Both of them have an equal chance. The Advocate has this contest annually and we of the NUNTIUS think it is g..eat. Texas must have something as out offspring have won both the Groovy Guy and Miss America Contests_ Thanks for the pictures sent by the Advocate, could only run one as space was lim1ited_ Good luck to you Mr. Groovy Guy Texas. A PEEK al lhe ''A'' GROUP . ... by Messy Maxie Although everyone knows that "A" stands for " Aged", these folks certainly managed to overcome their arthritis enough last month to engage in a flurry of activity. The most outstanding social event was the "Fruit Bowl" which pitted the " dikes" against the Roberts LAFITTE daily 12 1001 HALLOWEENIE PARTY OCT - 31 · Doo1 l'lillts DANCING 411 Rosenberg - 86th St On beautiful Galveston Isle PAGE 5 762-0768 (All MALE HOTEL) winter rates now in effect KEN'S ROOMS ROOMS - (Spedal B11k Roo■s 1) 75¢ 28 STEPS TO ~',\ 407½ 25111 St, GAL YESTON, TEXAS \0 10~t~.\_\ __o_v_er_ L_A_.P·_I'1_"1_'::_S:_ _. in an infamous volleyball c!assic on Mason Field. The cheerleaders outdid themselves in verbal ingenuity and some feared the echos could be heard as far away as Reisner! The band blared loudly and added an additional "gaiety" to this already "tres gai" occasion. ( I under­stand that band practice had been going on for some weeks. Can you imagine those numbers "blowing and beating" together regularly?) The team "doctor" was on hand again to administer aid to any injured (or un­injured) male player. Another recent celebration was the annual "Country Dinner" which is a bit like a pot luck supper but not quite - - unless you count the abundance of pot bellies! I'm afraid the I iquid intake far exceeded the roast beef consumption. These little gatherings do prov ide an excellent place to meet and greet some oldtimers and their newly purchased tricks. Aren't the "dikes" in this city amazing? Word has it that one of the " A" group' s most distinguished femmes recently had difficulty remembering her address. Seems she kept moving furniture back and forth between West University and High I and Vi I I age. (And is it true that she made a few stops along the way?) Speaking of changing addresses, " Miss Ex il e" has terminated the marriage bit and has settled back into the old family home deep in Homo Heights. Th is rumor was confirmed by the newspaper article l isting her PAGE 6 the new KON-TIKI 214 23RD Tuesday thru Friday 8:00 Saturday and Sunday 4:00 "ON THE ISLE Friday Saturday New & Sunday recreation $5.00 room Tuesday, & facilities Wednesday to be and open soon - •r-- Thursday $3.50 Food Service Color TV 763-9031 Steam Room OCTOBER 1970 OCTOBER 1970 • • • t \ 1322 WfS1~flITTfR IN THE FU!'-4 SECTION OF HOMO HEIGHTS ♦ rnl~HY l rn ~ £HH fin□ ~f HP 1/~ PHILf tl ~u~~HY £HH £U~1 4 rn OJ~[ - ~H~[l~b f vrnY rnblil I PAGE 7 I ~~, _..,. -- .. ,.. ""t>•"'1!"(1 th I \~ PAGE 8 address as one of the Huelga Enrichment Centers. The calendar for this month includes plans for a charter­ed bus excapade to the Oklahoma-Texas game in Dal las and another charter expedition to the Rice-Texas game here in Houston . Even though the seats are all filled, word has it that room can always be found for another bus driver! Arrangements for a progressive bike ride are in the air for this Fol I if enough riders can get their cycles in shape. Anyone with innovative new ways to mix vodka please call "Mama" at the studio. Also, dearies, as observers suggested on the last ride, don't forget to get a parade permit for this one! Whatever occurs, Messy thinks it's truly amazing that this group of Senior Citizens can manage to pack so much activity into their "twilight" years. More power to you. There's hope fer us all. GALVESTON NEWS or HA VE YOU H EARC' by Hedda Hark First let me squash the rumor concerning The Gym, The Kon-Tikf1and Lafittes . No! No! No! The Baths was OCTOBER 1970 not raided. In fact the third floor wil l be open soon. It will be called the recreation room. Hmmm, with the Kon-Tik down stairs and the Gym above I thought the entire building was for recreation. Actually the third floor will have a pool table, soft {or hard, not to be confused with cock tails) drinks .. Also an added feature, a big surprise for everyone. New winter prices are now in effect. Tuesday thru Thursday $3.50 eight p.m. until ? Oh, yes, if you get hungry (extra hungry) sandwiches are available. Bill & Walt welcome you. No! No! No! There is no battle between the two bars, Kon-Tike and Lafittes. Correction three bars. A new bar opened. Perhaps in the next issue of the paper we can tell you more about it. Some silly bitch spread gossip between The Tike and Lafittes which was abso­lutely groundless. In fact it was so untrue that the owners, managers and bartenders make a mad dash (on their coffee breaks - sorry, drink breaks) for each others bars. Kiss off till next time - Hark - Hark DIXIE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY DIXIE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY JUKE BOXES, POOL TABLES, AMUSEMENT GAMES CIGARETTE, CANDY and ALL VENDING MACHINES BINKS WOMBLE Jlduo ■ 2-7156 4320 WEST PARK DRIVE Ho1sto1, T e1as 77027 OCTOBER 1970 GALVESTON-I just can't believe each month starts out the same but it does. Hie always having his tail over his head, his feet anyway. Said he wanted one with a mustache - he got it - even had some at both ends - gad - taste - ? When one gets to Hic's age, rank and smell, I guess despirotion does set in. Saturday again and off to Galveston. Didn 't get to spend enough time last trip. Stopped by new spot on the boulevard - sign on door - open at six. Back after six­thirty - sign still out - door still locked. Understand the place is nice but sure have trouble seeing through the peep-hole in the door. Robert's Lafitte, mid afternoon and jumping! Thought Labor Day ended the season on the "Isle?" Not so, good to see Dale doing something other than sleeping or checking the Halls at Ken' s Rooms upstairs. Bernard and Robert not in, RESTING? For Saturday night - I bet! PAGE 9 My time being limited by bitch Hie took a "rodie" and went up 28 steps where I found Bob, owner of Ken's Rooms. Yes, resting! What goes on in this place that tires everyone out so? Bob sleeply game me copy and money so off I went down the street to guess where? Lies, the season must be off schedule, if not, where do all the "cuities" come from. Kon Tike active as all get out .. Chuck mad because dancing alone behind the bar is not much fun. Says his action comes later upstairs and know this to be true. Don't know just yet but under­stand plans for this fine spot ore being formulated, can't wait to see just what. Each week improvements being m:ide. Bath, yes! Hot outside on the streets and highways. Where? Gym Baths, of course! Bill and Walt on duty as usual although they do get out once in a while but don't know why or where as everything one wants is here. With " Hungry Han no" st i 11 at the I umber store everyone here was enjoying themselves and not having to rush into anything for fear she would get it al I first. These boys ore continually improving the business - -bu_siness is good or credit easy, one or the other. Went up to the third floor and saw some great changes in the making - snack bar - pool table and more rooms. Bigger and better with more of everything!!!! FT WORTH Back in Houston, would you believe on time and in fair condition. Hie on his break from the Lumber Store gulp­ing a scotch between gripes at me an Liz and making a small effort to get things ready to go to "Big D." Hie being from the sticks had to go out Saturday night so put a pillow in the machine so as to get an early start in A.M. and not have to put up w;th his waking up which is usually hell. Got away Sunday, yes early, sunshine and rain but a nice trip as far as Buffalo, Texas where we stopped at JIM WOODS BARBER SHOP ,/ I ) 1 -------------------- .. . - - - --- - -----···· - ---------------------------- PAGE 10 a "fruit stand." Reached for purse and there was none. Cal led "Beau" at home and yes! left it there, asked for money to be wired to Dallas, it was, and all was well. Missed cutoff to Ennis and Waxachie or whatever it is where David and his mother live. Picked up Dadid after having visited briefly with his mother and off to break­fast at The Old House in Fort Worth hoping to see the Groovy Guy Contest winner .. Dance at this hour, here you do - no - not with Rock, his friend was there - Met several nice people, real girls tool This is a "Sunday M Jst" in this cow town. The owners of the 651 club came in while at The Old House so followed them to the club they have. Western? They were and it is. Music - decor - people - all out fun - pool room - clean - top notch bar. This place really swings - all-ways and in downtown Fort Worth. Didn' t know grovy guys and - and girls looked and moved as they do in th is "gala bar." Don't overlook this spot when barring in this town. Hie wanted someone to ride him but there being no tak­ers decided to go on to Dal las with us. The drive up - booze - not being fami I iar with "D" let David drive. Asked that we be taken to a Holiday Inn near the gay clubs. Never made it - too much juice in our driver - missed our motel and wound up in Quality Motel which is a grand place to stay. DALLACE Still daylight and Hie wanted to go somewhere "dark and expensive" to eat but after much bitching ate all but the plate at a reasonable place. Napping at Quality almost missed the show at the Aquarius. Dressed - rushed over - this place is un­unbelievable. Grand show! Great drinks! Best shopping! Everyone at this club goes all out to make it comfortable for all. Bob, the club owner was MC'ing the show. Make this "Jewel Box Review" the next time in this fun city. ''~lte Old Restaurant & Club MIXED DRINKS Band on DANCING Wednesdays FOOD Ph: 244-9879 OCTOBER 1970 1 RON & DANNY invites everyone to join our "HAPPY HOUR" Monday thru Friday 5:00 to 7:00 All B eer and Setups 25¢ Every Sunday 6:00 to 9:00 ~Q!£NE 1 1904 S . SHEPHERD There just isn't enough room in this issue of the paper to adequately do justice to the show and work that went into it. Can't imagine where the time goes but when enjoyment and business are mixed it slips away. Rushed over to the Orchard, short for "Fruit Bowl" and met Dennis. This boy is trying and doing a big job with his new and very nice club. He has the most reasonably priced bar drinks and food I have found in this city. The place is large and well suited for the live band and dancing. In this spot you are never alone, there isn't a single _House J J Champagine Breakfast Sunday 1a to a FREE BEER -vv-eek days a to 9pm 9905 Weatherford Hwy. FORT WORTH, TEXAS OCTOBER 1970 seat where you can't see everyone and everything that goes on. Activity everywhere and the bond is simething to hear. Our best to Dennis and if any of our readers want a friend in Dallas, just call this boy. Anyone wanting to get away for awhile, get your drag out and join the Halloween festivoties at this spot and win a trip to Mexico City. Speaking of Halloween - the Aquarius and Ron Sue's are also having contests where trophys for various things, such as comic, best dressed tee. You wil l hove to coll the clubs for their schedules. Speaking of Ron Sue's - just fantastic - can't begin to te 11 what a great fun spot this is. The bartenders, the customers, and it's hard to tell who is who_ If you are confused - you should go there to be shook up. This gay confusion is not real - at least I think it was some hangover or DT's setting in before time. If this sounds s trange, go see this place and have a great time .. It re­minds me of the card I once saw: "NO WONDER WE DON'T COMMUNICATE - YOU SAY YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU THINK I SAID. WHAT YOU DON'T REAL­IZE IS THAT WHAT YOU HEARD IS NOT WHAT I MEANT. Visit Ron Sue's if you ore strong enough, this is a compulsive must. HAIR DESIGNS FOR MEN BY FRANK "COMA ELEG4.NTER HOMINUM RITU" Complete Tonsorial Service Professional Staff Of Four To Serve You L\ppointments Only Late If Nec ess ary THI 101111'1 328 WESTHEIMER AT TAFT 522-8576 PAGE 11 Dump Open Daily 2 to 12 SA TU RDA Y 2 to 4 - DRAFT BEER $1.00 All You Can Drink HALLOWEEN COSTUME BALL 2 to 12 OCT. 31th PRIZE FOR MISS BEAUMONT Best Dressed QUEEN 490 College 835-9549 BEAUMONT, TEXAS It was late but upon entering the Bayou Clul:i as greet­ed with a very loud "hello darl ing." Shook my fuzzy head a couple of times and had to be told that it was Houston ' s own Don Mo-re behind the dront desk at th is plush establishment. Don has made many changes other than his address, Momma and Poppa Bear gave him hair for his head and it sure looks good - yeas I am jealous. The Bayou Club has four bars, game room, a huge patio part of which is to be closed in for the winter and people to go with it. Frank hos made this grand old house one of "the spots" of Dallas. This place would take more time than what we hod to tell all that is included in these waHs. The Bon-Soir - yes that' s French - what does it mean? You've got me - must mean larapin ~which is better than good and this is just what this place is. For the qu ite reserved gentlemen and ladies who enjoy the best of everyth ing, you don't have to look further. Don't seem to f ind any particular gro! p ing of people but this must • be the spot for the "A" group or "In Crowd." BEAUMONT After Hie stopped running h is mouth and open ing t he cooler at the lumber store at nine, drove over to our friends in Beaumont. Time running close went f irst to The Other Place, that is the new one. What an improve-t I PAGE 12 l 6969696%969696969696969696969696969696%9696969696%%%9696969]-----'--------------- i THE NUMBERS i OCTOBER 1970 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 100!5 California 9 l l 2 2 ~ !528-8460 ~ 5 5 6 ~ 6 7 ~ 7 8 8 9 9 l BEER - WINE - POOL l 2 2 3 ~ 3 4 ~ 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 Q l l 2 3 12 DAILY 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 a 4 8 8 0 96%969696969696%96969696969696969696969696969696969696969696%(~}. ment. Jody seems to think the old one that burned was better but that is because he put so much of himself into it.. This spot is improved \Com what I con see of it and did enjoy my vi sit. Personel at this bar as well as the customers know how to make a person feel at home. The melody Lounge which is on the some street in­between The Other PI ace and the Dump is new to the Beaumont scene. A good clean place that looks made for fun and games. The girls seem very much at home with their pool and all, too there is a girl bartender­co- operator in this see Beaumont must. The Dump, Thelma is a camp! It is a boll everytime you stop in this one . Can ' t seem to find who winds this woman up - on and on and always smiling and in a good frame of mind. There was a picture behind the bar that Hie had to have, Captioned "The Dump Queen." I will run it in this paper with space permitting because it is one al I of our readers wi 11 want for framing. RAGS RAGS RAGS The now men's look in clothing of fall seventy is very remenicace of the thirties . But c loser to body and easier to take care of. The shaped jacket is closer and longer to the body with slightly padded shoulders, and single or doubled b- eosted A more carved arm lends to its ease and comfort. The blazer is a guy's clothing necessity. It is usually navy blue with brass buttons, but try it in browns and olives so with your slacks you are able to hove a many varied choice of changes. I person ally Ii ke fabrics Ii ke cordoroy or ones that have a slight body to keep a nice fresh look that lasts longer . Pants, well their importance is of great need since most guys wear them with shirts and sweaters in the evening around town. A relaxed fit (not too tight or too loose but one that skims the body) helps in avoiding wrinkles and keeps that neat look longer. Zipper or button fronts are very current and look great. I'm sure you will find out as I have, that blends like dacrons and orlons with wools and cottons are the ones that keep their crease and require hardly any care. Some newer looks have a semi­flared leg and some have even started to revive the cuff. Shirts now have the form fitted look in many great colours and fabrics . The colour story is bright and in prints just as varied, in stripes multicoloured in paislies, neons and blacks are great. Permanent press with blends are great to wear and take care of. A good basic shirt that I Ii ke is the body shirt with slope collar and double button cuffs. Ties are heavy bodied and wider in almost any print or colour . Shoes are solid or two-toned. The solid ones are a sloped square toed with chains or buckles. The two-toned I I ike are browns and black, or two shades of brown together. Next t ime we'll talk about one of the major purchases you probably will have to make. Your overcoat and here in Houston that can be a problem since it never gets too cold, but is very much needed. Any quest ions write to me . . David THE NUNTIUS 3840 Underwood Houston, Texas 77025 and we will try to answer in future editions OCTOBER 1970 PAGE 13 Hints from your - Limping Gor,net Hi Sweeties, 'tis getting the party season - why not give a BRUNCH (as requested) ... the party breakfast you postpone 'til lunch time. It's the easiest way to entertain . with flair. It can be fancy, or very inexpensive. You can key it to a season or a mood. But Brunch is always as casual as today's life style. Next time you're planning . to invite people over take a clear-eyed look at today's party scene. And enjoy new style of Day-Life with a Brunch. Here are some special goodies to add with your basic meal of eggs and meat. FRUIT AFLAME: Crain cans of large peach halves, reserving juice. Alternate rows of peaches and pitted prunes in a glass crock. Add 2-inch cinnamon stick. Bring peach juice, equal amounts of water and Vodka to boil, pour over fruit. Cover, let stand overnight. At serving time, warm ¼ cup Vodka 100 proof in a large ladle. Set aflame, pour over compote, and serve. (Try a Tangerine Screwdriver, refreshing starter. Stir Vodka with two parts tangerine juice easy to make with frozen con­centrate and ice. Serve in tall glass and garnish with orange wedge.) APRICOT COFFEE TART: Open packaged refrigerator crescent rolls. Unroll and press perforations together to line a 9-inch pie pan. Spoon apricot preserves over, dizzle with Apricot Brandy and fold outer edges of dough in toward center to form rim. Brush dough with melted butter and sprinkle with Cinnamon-Sugar. Bake in reheated 375°F. oven about 15 minutes, until golden. CHE ESE BISCUITS: Add ½ cup grated cheddar cheese and ½ cup milk to 2 cups prepared biscuit mix. Follow package directions for making rolled biscuits. Place on ungreased baking sheet and bake in preheated 375°F oven 15 to 18 minutes. I PAGE 14 Beautiful executive size matches with their names engraved in Gold Gift box $2.50 25¢ handling Make check or Money order Payable to : SHARP ENTERPRISES --oil•► P .O .. Bo x 61659 Houston, Texas 77061 626-4297 SEND TO: NAME _______________ _ ADDRESS _____________ _ CITY ____ _ STATE ___ zJp __ (Print name or names in bloc.k) "HALLOWEEN TIME AGAIN" Wheeee!!! It's that time of the year again. Are you ready? Well, we ore trying to put it ' all together'. This means getting our one and only " Richard" ready to enter the Halloween Drag Contest at the Palace Club. Yours truly and ' Poppa Bear' from the Roaring 60's Club, are spon• soring Richard as " Miss Roaring 60's. " This means making her 'drag' with our own nelly little fingers . Every stitch, jewel, rhinestone, and bead, will be sewn on with tender loving care and in hope that our Little Richard can walk away with top honors at the contest. (Vie may be the only girls bar in the city of Houston, but we try not to act like it.) We, here at the Roaring 60's every Halloween, have what we call a local costume party. All members, and their guests, ore welcome to come in costume, or as a " Sup• pressed Cesire." There is no cover charge - just come as you want to and enjoy our hospitality. Champagne flows like water for the best costume, and also the most original. Come early - stay late - drink and be gay. For those who may be intere sted, the next scheduled show will be Christmas week. The date will be announced in the next issue of this fabulou s newspaper. OCTOBER 1970 Groovy Guy 1970 - Larry Schramm, 22 year-old Fort Worth, Texas boy wins title of event sponsored each year by The Advocate. Advocate Photo by Fred Town send OCTOBER 1970 TRADEWINDS LOUNGE ✓ 708 Elgin _J _/ Phone 588-8143 FOOL - PINE.ALL - BRIDGE PAGE 15 10 AM - 12 PM DAILY 10 AM - 1 PM SATURDAY OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON - 12 PM CAMPTIME 5 pm - 7 pm Daily Beer & Set~ups .30¢ FREE BUFFETT - Wednesday - 7 pm Groovy Guy Winner, Lorry Schramm, flanked by first Jim Cassidy. The trio were chosen from 22 contestants runner-up Chico Rodriguez (right) and second runner-up in the third annual Groovy Guy Contest. Photo by Fred Townsend - Advocate For The Discrete Gentlemen & PM - 2 AM Weekdays 351-9521 4 PM - 2 AM - Sat & Sun 5601 WEST LOVERS LANE DALLAS,TEXAS PAGE 16 ··co WESTERN}} 651 CLUB SETUPS BEER WINE - -:-:-- 2 pm-2am Weekly FREE DRAFT-BEER SUND A VS S to 6 Happy Hour Daily S to 8 20~ Draft 6S1 SOUTH JENNINGS 332-07 4S FT WORTH,TEXAS COVER BOY In response to the many letters requesting names of pub­lications that our last month's Cover Boy, Mike Anthony, appears in, we shall endeavor to fill you in on as many as possible. . .. First of all we might point out that in the past three years, Mike has been pub I ished under several names, it seems each individual pub Ii sher attaches the name he I ikes best to Mike, and the end result, Mike is known as Troy McC'onald, Bobby, Rick Ricklund, Michael, and Mike. Mike was the Front Cover of #1 Best Seller two years ago, which was Masturbation and the Phallus, now in its 4th printing. Also was the front cover of Naked Breed, Cover Boy of New Faces 69 #1, in 'Troy and his friends', found Mike with Tommy Lovelin on the Cover, then again Mike was with Jerry Melle on the cover of Boyfriends, he OCTOBER 1970 also managed to hit the front cover of 'first class male'. Mike was the fold out page in the C'SI Publication Wild One, and also was Featured in Calafran's Springtime Youth ... Recently, Mike's Penis was featured in Boys and Masturbation . .. Also was on the back cover of Seafire ... Other Publications Mike has appeared in are Mr. Sun, Sun Rebel, Golden Breed, Young Animals, Young Love, Nudist Youth, Sun Gods, and to make it easy, almost every Elysium Publication in 1969. Many of our readers did not, of course, recognize Mike on the front cover last month, because of his newly added long hair, and may al so be in for quite a surprise when Mike's new magazine entitled MICHAEL hits the news stands this fall. Mike does not appear to have the look of a sixteen year old as he has had in all previous mags, he now appears as a wel I bui It mature handsome 18 year old that should be playing college football, but still maintains that slim youthful look ... This reporter had the pleasure of viewing the Magazine Layout before it went to the Printers, and I must say, it is the best ever of Mike ... ''the tn between}} The Dump & The Other Place ___,.,.l ~ .\ \ ) Sharon - Your Host .) ~ ) (_ / SPACIOUS W!Nt --) ' \) (_ /I / I c..\' \\,s ,aa\ ~ l.~~- ' \ I l ,-) 2520 College 835-9060 BEAUMONT,TEXAS: /- ····------------·----- - - - - ---------- OCTOBER 1970 There are many analyses and op1n1ons as to what causes homosexuality in the American male. These conclusions vary from heridity to environment. Most maintain that environmental background accounts for more than 95%. However, looking at a psychiatrist or psychological report on the matter, certain factors seem to emergo=oncerning homosexual behavior. In general, the reports usually conclude that homosexuals are (1) alcoholics - at least in later life, (2) kleptomanics, (3) permiscuous, (4) liars, (they have had to conceal their background so long that lying comes sec ond nature and a way of life, and (5) creative, but along with it emotionally unstable and usually don't stay with a profession or employment for any length of time. This is hard for most of us to accept but meanwhile, watch your billfold and potted plants, Mary! PAGE 17 * Accou·NTING * BooKKEEPING * TAX SERVICE * Nor ARY Contact: BOB BOYD % NUNTIUS Box 10c 3840 Underwood No. 5 Houston, Texas 77025 Or call 667-9803 ART THEATRE 5341 W.ALABAMA VISIT HOUSTON'S MOST LUXUROUS ADULT THEATRE FEATURING THE BEST LOOKING PEOPLE IN THE MOST EXPLICIT STAG FILMS IN HOUSTON. ALL SEA TS $2.00 WITH COUPON. i - -- - 11 L. MILAM at DREW 529-6245 I I I PAGE 20 UP YOUR ASS Screwing in the ass is part of the sexual education of many all-American boys! A great percentage at one time or another, on a dare, or as an outgrowth of mutual inspection of the genitals, in horseplay, or as a result of experimentations, end up putting their prick up their buddy's rear end. To call this anal intercourse is prob­ably stretching things a bit (no pun intended) - it's known among teenage boys as 'corn-holing', and that's probably an ample word for it. Most boys outgrow the corn-hole stage and depend on the conventional form of sexual intercourse to satisfy their drives. However, there are large numbers of males, in their late teens on up through old age, who find anal intercourse very appealing. These persons are erotic:"ally aroused and satisfied by anal sex. ODALISQUE "the mans shoppe" 1838 Westheimer Constance Frankel 523-9846 668-7849 -----------··---- ·---· OCT OB ER 1970 But let me be the first to tell you. The world is filled with would-be Romeros who strike out in the sack due to a lack of experience, technique, and understanding. To know how to physically penetrate another human being, you should first be penetrated. To understand the psy­chology and pleasure of submission, you must submit. To know how to screw from the outside, you've simply got to know what it feels like from the inside. And you'll never find out from a newspaper or book. You've got to be on the receiving end. Techniques are simple. For that matter, techniques for screwing between males or male and female are surpris­ingly similar. Techniques used in anal intercourse with either sex are identical. Sexual intercourse between two people of the same or opposite sex has to involve trust and a mutual quest for pleasure. But something good to grease the way always makes things easier. KY, a water soluble sterile lubricant, is highly desirable especially if you're inexperienced. It allows frictionless movement while screwing. A tube costs about 60 cents at any drug store. (And it's recommended for heterosexual couplings, vaginal or anal, too - so don't be embarrased to buy a tube.) Then there are those oil-based lubricants found around the house: Vaseline, Pond's Hand Cream, Greem & Clean, V0-5 and Score. They create heat and friction, oily sheets and greasy aftertaste if you decide tovaryyour repetoire. Some devotees prefer greasy lubricants. They make coupling hotter and shorter. However, most people, experienced or not, prefer an easier, longer, cooler screw. Incurable romantics and 'naturalists' claim that 'if spit doesn't work, it isn't love'. And there is some evidence to support this claim. Personally the only thing I ever had anyone object to was mayonnaise which I might add worked spendidly anyway. But don't get too adventuristic regardless of your oppor• tunities. Use common sense, never try to make it with Vicks Vapor Rub or N xzema. In screwing it's 'getting in' that's difficult. If you're the lucky recipient, relax and you'll soon be enjoying your­self as much as your partner. If you're starring in the conventional male role, remember you can't start in too slowly. Take your time. You've got all night. Make sure your partner is aroused. Heavy petting, oral and manual stimulation of the entire genital and anal area helps. Skillfull applic..a. tion of lubrication, delicate massaging and slow penetration of the sphincter muscle ---------------------·----------·---·- --- ------ ----- - ··-- - ...... OCTOBER 1970 (at the opening on the anus) by your finger helps direct your partner's awakening eroticism to that area. A note of caution: until fully relaxed, the sphincter resists all penetration. Lubricants help but go as slowly with your finger as anything else. If you have hardy fin­gernai Is, take great care. Bite one off if necessary; your · partner's ass will appreciate it. A rule of thumb: if they can take the full length of your lubricated forefinger, they can take you. Once having reached the magical moment, you have four positions to choose and/ or alternate among. Which one you ultimately choose or pr~fer is strictly a matter of personal preference and psychology. If your partner is as eager as you to consumate anal copulation the easiest way to couple is for the screwer to lie on his back while the screwee, facing him, strad­dles his waist and impales himself at his own chosen speed. Leaning forward allows face to face necking. Being physically on top gives the screwee greater physical control during intercourse. Masturbating while being screwed will increase his pleasure. JAYBIRD NEVVS "01\\ la 908 CONGRESS (on the square) MON. SAT. 11 :00 AM till 12:00 Midnight SUNDAY 2:00PM till 10:00PM CITY ART STUDIO Ho job too SMALL NO JOB TOO BIG ♦ PUBLICATIONS ~ BROCHURES PAGE 21 e AD-LAYOUT & COMPOSITION 0 CATALOGUES & PRICE LISTS C:, BOOKS & DIRECTORIES ·----- TYPFSETTING RULED FORMS 4003 Bluebonnet 667-9803 Houston, Texos 77025 An equally easy and perhaps more equalitarian pos1t1on can be achieved by 'doing it sideways' - let's call it spooning. Necking is more difficult (but not impossible) and overall screwing this way is more languid - an advantage to the less athletic. Should things get too rough during spooning, the screwee has enough freedom to pul I away. Otherwise, he can masturbate or be masturbated to climax simultaneously with his partner. In the third position, screwee I ied face down and screwer gets on top. The screwee assuming this position must use good judgement choosing a partner and proceed from there on trust. Necking is difficult and continued stimulation of the cock more difficult. More critically - especially if you're the screwee - the screwee is more fully in control. It is harder to resist or pull away or cushion a too fast or too sadistic penetration. The accomplished screwer 1n such a siutation will not press his advantage and will initially allow the screwee to slowly relinquish control. Positioning himself, he lets his partner do the inserting and slowly writhe upward. PAGE 22 If you're on top, no matter how delightful it feels, don't give in to the first rush of sensation and shove. You may push post pleasure into pain and make relaxation for your partner more difficult if not impossible. The fourth position for anal screwing is simple face to face copulation with one partner 's legs resting in the other's elbows, over his shoulders or locked around his waist. In this position, the screwee hos no leverage whatsoever. The screwer hos full control and responsibility. A pillow under the passive partner's ass sometimes makes for more comfortable positioning. Regardless of position, getting in is only the f irst hurdle. If your partner's inexperienced, lie stil l for a while. Do everything possible to stimulate him, with proper stimu• lotion the screwee wi 11 take the initiative. Commence movement in a barely percentible manner only ·after your partner has had enough ti me to fu I ly re I ax. Work up to a full stroke very sbwly. At the first sign of discomfort in your partner, slow down till he catches up. If you're the screwee, relaxing is your pas sport to enjoy­ment. Masturbation can usually enable you to reach climax simultaneously with your partner. If you're face down, put a towel under you and grind in rhythm. The roughness of the towel helps keep you stimulated if you have an erection and with the proper movement you con achieve on orgasm that commences in your fingertips and shoots through your ent rre body before exiting through your genitals. OCTO,BER 1970 If face to face, masturbation helps but sometimes orgasm will be triggered by your partner's cock and right next to the wall of your onus. Devotees of this position hove been known not only to achieve simultaneous orgasm but to synchronize their squirts. Usually, it's harder for the screwee to reach orgasm than for his partner. And psychologicol ly the experience of being screwed is so dramatic that orgasm is not so totol ly important. 4729 Mapk - - DALLAS OCTOBER 1970 You'll probably enjoy being screwed. (Whether you particularly like to admit it or not; it ' s port of your inborn sensual physiology. One final note. For those of you who just can't find anybody - a little anal eroticism in masturbation can be fun. Buy a vibrator, shove it in and turn it on to titillate your sphincter during masturbation. A country sausage, weenie, carrot or broomstickwill do in a pinch . You'll thri 11 to the feel of your ass contracting as you come. PAGE 23 The above is a fimiliar sight if you ore in the neighbor­hood of Louisiana and Elgin Streets in Houston at most anytime, day or night. The bike boys have taken a liking to this fun bar because of its relaxed atmosphere and sometime bike rider bartender "Harry" , pictured above. If you like bikes and want to meet new friends, stop by the Tradewinds and join this fun group. ANACO PUBLISHING CO. Proudly Announces "HOUSTON'S FIRST" and ONLY 25¢ COIN-O-MATIC MINI THEATRES Now at the following locations JAY IIIRD NEWS - 908 Congress WE STHIEMER NEWS - 1832 Westhiemer A & A BOOKSHOP - 609 laBranch A & A BOOKSHOP - 1312 West Amabama l & l BOOKSHOP - 918 Dallas St. STUDIO BOOKS - 15th & Concord "AND SOON TO COME IN SAN WACO TEXAS ANTONIO" PAGE 24 TOP VALUE Printing Co. 4003 Bluebonnet ... 667 - 9803 MEANWHILE BACK TO NOSE AND HIC - HIC - Two former Son Antonions, Bob "Holly" Hollingsworth and Roy Cano ore now operating the beautiful and exciting Entree Lounge. This new swinging spot is located at 1322 Westheimer in the Hub of Houstons Homo Heights. This spot is a must on your next jaunt to Houston. Bob and Roy wish to invite al I their friends in Son Antonio to stop by for a visit the next time in town and be sure and bring your dancing shoes! What is this we hear that Keith W. is moving bock to Dallas? Can't imagine what for, can you? 1 OCTOBER 1970 What is this or it? Took a quick double take in the RR the other evening. Yes, you're correct, it did say SUNDAY BRUNCH!!~ - 12:00 until ? - Every Sunday - Bring Your Friends, Auntie's (?) - Mother's (??) - But COME - NO DRAG QUEEN'S BUT PLENTY OF GOOD FOOD & DRINK . . .. Can't imagine but with plenty of food and drink will have to take Hie and find out about this DR INK bit. Happy must have started this while my back was turned. That boy wi 11 do anything to help Big George feed those horses, if that is oil he feeds! The furniture has been re-arranged in this spot for more room but if not careful can still get your toes stepped on if you don't sit on your feet. Gad - what a crowd. Up in the clouds at the Palace Club, Sunday afternoon, Screwdriver and Bloody Mary party. Looked like whos who in the gay set. No rain in sight but this heavenly club has had problems. This month someone broke in the office and set fire to the files after having scattered them about. No choice but to double the security guard. Can't imagine what is happening with our local low that these things continue .. Must be discouraging for Ron. Anyway I hear that on the 18th of October there wi 11 be a style show of al I the latest at the Palace. hope to see you there. We Imbibe Becuz: & HAS BEST MUSIC & SOUND TlJe Main ['~ JJ Jietn 2923 So. Main Houston, U.S.,>\. OCTOBER 1970 Club 11-13 doing fine with a band on the week-ends. See lots of new faces at this West University spot, is it people in that area that don't get out much or just the dancing crowd. Drinks are I ike the company and atmosphere - delightful - keep it up Beth. If you have tried in vain for a haircut this past month, Jim Woods has been in San Francisco .. Drove out and the other part flew and drove back with him. Shop is now in full cutting so call and see how close he can cut the hair that isn't there? Scene l - Ron has it by himself now it seems with Danny behind the bar. Looking different with the new face and understand a piano bar is in the making. What other changes we don't know but the flock is still there. It is grapevine that another club is in the making - a branch of this tree - let you know when we know! Can't believe what I heard but must be true - passed the Numbers after leaving one of our midnight spots and Jack had called time. Said the crowd before the 1- \ mark was so nice and relaxing would not continue with the two-o-clock bit. Make this an early stop on your rounds from now on - Hello "Bad Pat. " The Gal I eon! This is another something else - standing room only - who wants to sit down when there is so much going on .. Les and M.C. won't listen to anyone - have told them the place was fine as it was - but even better as it is. The new back bar is-something for one to see, sure takes work and lots of imagination as well as creative abulity of which none are lacking in this smart of smart places . Les - keep it up - MC - slow down, with this happy med ium perhaps the pub I ic can keep pace with you. - - bless Love! Have you noticed the Gift Idea ad in the paper . Two young real girls have this service available. Will print anything or anybody you want on match covers - swel I idea - if you have a cool one - warm it up with a re­minder. Excellent with Xmas coming up so soon. Payne at the TW another year older - seems so or she is having more than one birthday a year. Wanted to take he r a belated gift but drank it on the way - happy - happy. Left she and Jim Woods out of the last directory but don ' t know as yet how it happened as the paper had gone to press before drink ing Payne' s gift .. Camp time and Sundays activ it ies always finds a j ivvy group at this spot_ This includes Ricky and his crew or should I say back table group - di sh - have you heard - good to see you Buddy. There are so many of us in business that I don't under­stand our not giving our business to our own group? Note: the accounting and service advert i zed here needs our support. It is a new business and one of us so let us all support it .. Drop a card to the address shown so you can be contacted about his services. PAGE 25 OPEN: Weekdays 2p111 to 2am OPEN: Saturday 12 ■oon to 2am OPEN: Sunday 4pm to 2am DRAG Thursday & Sunday SHOVV 8:30 - 12 PAGE 26 Our recent successful trip to Texas has prompted us to make a greater effort to cover this area. The film we offer are not the only ones of this kind, but are the best. You - our customers - and po­tential customers must judge for yourselves . See before you buy! No Obligation! No Charge! Private showing just for you. A quick response will enable us to better program our next trip to Texas and schedule a showing for just you when convinient. OCTOBER 1970 ---------------------------------------------- SEVEN ST AR PRODUCTIONS P. 0. Box 904 San Francisco, Cal. 94101 I AM INTERESTED IN A PERSONAL DEMONSTRATION OF YOUR 200 FT. GAY COLOR MOVIES - - - - - - (MALE ACTION ONLY), ON YOUR NEXT TRIP TO TEXAS. PLEASE SEND ME FURTHER INFORMATION ON YOUR PROGRAM. NAME: ________________ _ ADDRESS: ______________ _ CITY: _______ STATE: ______ _ ZIP: _______ _ PHONE: (A/C __ _, __________ _ I OWN A PROJECTOR - YES 0 NO 0 I CONSENT TO YOUR MATERIAL AND AM OYER 21 YEARS OF AGE . Signature: _______________ _ In San Antonio Follow the flashing red arrows to ... The Christopher \& · Q LIVE MUSIC ON THE PATIO ~ DANCING 0 ~ 10:00 'til 2:00 ~ ,s,o-, & SA'USOA, \& SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIES 8:30 FR EE ADMISSION ** .j(-** * The Original ~ Sunday Happening : KEG PARTIES 4-6 PM EVERY SUNDAY DRAUGHT BEER FAGGOT FARE ARMADILLO - don't ask me - you know as much as we do - the building we are all familar with - whatever it is will be swelL Yes it must be another grand club. Understand it is to be completely re-done and open by the end of the month. Don't call me - I don't know. Odalisque - David - read Rags, this is the up and sewing shop for the particular. One of my room ies has been in and bought - clothes I think. Check it out. The smart hair, no Hie, not the smart hair but the smart sets barber shop. The Roman at the corner of Taft and Westheimer knows what it's al I about, cutting hair too! Calling for an appointment is a must if you want to get in the go of things here - a weekly standing appointment sure uncomplicates your appearance needs. The top shop, this is it. Ken from Jaybird News on the square was out among the other shoppers this past Sunday. Good to see him eway from Congress for a change. Something important 0 must have prompted this up-town visit - think perhaps Payne and he have something going? This is a most active stand on Congress, The Jaybird, by the other evening and had to just drag Hie away, he could not understand why he couldn' t have one of the pretties in the film. After the fight, he even had to leave without the cashier. OCTOBER 1970 PAGE 27 ANACO - check this out for the new Mini-Theaters in your area. They a re all over and going state-wide in record time. They are popular as are the models with which the film producers work. Bob at the Mid Towne didn't go to the hospital after alL Business has picked up so he is having to work - all he needed anyway was to get off his fannie. Beat the pin bal I there the other day and was afraid might have to start on Bob next. Set-ups and cruising in this spot are about the best - always go when I can get rid of Hie. If you are wondering where a 11 the Drag Shows are in the city just follow the crowd to the Exile and hope to get in .. Frank is doing a grand job of supervising this most active of active Houston gay spots. How he can manage alone is remarkable, have yet to see anything but all smoothe sailing in this be hive of enjoyment. 7 Star Productions - wow! If you haven't seen their film, fill in the blank and do so the next time around as it states in their ad_ I had one of these private showings and am now saving Hie' s money to buy a projector for what I couldn't resist. Adj ives cannot adequately describe the stimulat ing effect of this most unusual and rare commodity every home should have. Go see - - it's free - I et the man know you' re interested, you will have to have a sample to take home. COMING TO "'l t l i j ~ -£-,,@ffir-r½ :::') ,SUNDAY 11 OCTOBER 1970 1'J 'A NIGHT IN OLD VON ORMY" and ~ "PARADE OF STARS' ft ,,1. ~ 900 PM OPEN 'TIL 2 AM 722 So. St. Mary's (Between Durango & Alamo) San Antonio, Texas 78204 PHONE: 225-2330 PAGE 28 THE GAY WAY, IS TO ffifl1{M ADULT MAGAZINES - HOYLES - NOVEL TIES MOVIES 8MM & SUPER 8 - COLOR OR BLACK & WHITE BOOKS MOVIES BOOKS MOVIES BOOKS MOVIES OCTOBER 1970 HI GUYS ... Looking forward to meeting you at A&A ... Just come and brouse . . . ~ . or "VICE VERSA" ... Troy McDmzald welcomes ~y(JUr visit to A & A ADULT BOOK SHOPS wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv.wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 1312 W. ALABAMA 609 LA BRANCH 528-8080 226-807 6 MOVIE ARCADE & 3 MINI THEATERS LARGEST GAY MA-GAZINE SELECTION ANYWHERE OPEN 24 HOURS MOVIE ARCADE & MINI THEATRE 9 am - 2 pm / Across from Greyhound/ WATCH FOR OUR NEW A&A STORE COMING SOON IN SAN ANTONIO. OCT OB ER 1970 1104 TUAM 226-7935 ( I \ YOU ARE lNVITED every WEDNESDAY Steak Nite 6 - 10 SlJtvD,4, }-' -- FREE Bar-B-Cue 7 till OPEN DAILY 4 till 2am Saturday, Sundays & Holidays 1pm to 2am PAGE 29 --------- ----- ----·-----··- - --.... PAGE 30 SAN ANTONIO - The Chr istopher, way down here with Houst on . We 11, haven 't had a chance to return but hove reports from Joe and Mike of A & A who went up and spend a great deal of time with Chris. Say the place is coming along fine - from the newsletter I get from t his spot each week this must be true_ It takes a lot of doing and planning to keep as much going in a club as this spot has. Go see it. It's on the way - yes A & A Bookstores are on the way to anywhere you ore going in Houston. If you need something to relax you in one spot and warm you in another - go the way of A & A. If you find something you I ike here you con buy it a nd t oke it home. Paper and film that is - anything tha t doe s n't breathe. Have been a s ked hod Granny decided to move to the Isle and comute. Asked Granny and wa s told tha t the chose was over - it got away - take your vitamines and perhaps the "fleet footed or jet propelled broom" will return so you can keep up. Besides all t his who in thunder would host the L a Coja. Steak night would never be the same, by the wa y, enjoyed the husbands you served bar-b-qued Sunday. New p in-ba l I is the be st I've found in a long time - thanks Cooper. One gripe Tell John's Signs and Benny more than two can play! OCTOBER 1970 What goes with fh is c ity of multitudes - there a re more and more discouraging hopprn ings to and in and around our Gay Club s? Scott at the Romul us, one of the more s ucces sful places in our city, with two block eyes. How con it happen and why does it. After closing a week or or so bock was pistol whipped outside his club by three men driving a white El Dorado Cadillac. "I hove had calls threatening burning, bombing, and scene incidents in my club for the post few weeks," Scott said. He has employed off-duty police officers to see that things are somewhat orderly. Other than this the place is still jam­pocked with such a crowd of fun people .. The music, the fun crowds Ii ke hove never been seen in Houston. The two yea r a nniversary pa rty held there recent ly - best of everything to the four of you - sorry I couldn't make it. Our cover, the girl with machine gun - Hie saw this at the La Boheme and nothing would do but put her in the spread somewhere. Don't know where they got the print but it is 17" x 22" and was reduced to this size, if you want to see it in large size, go by this fun bistro and a nd see it. Tha nks Dennis and Miles for the loon of your mo ll. This bar has on even flow of friendly, fun people, don't see many of them elsewhere so guess they find OCTOBER 1970 PAGE 31 DALLAS TEXAS 2311 N. HENDERSON 821-4350 ORCHARD CJLUB Thur. Fri. Sat. & Sun. LIVE ENTERT Al NM ENT DINNER 6 PM - 10 PM 6 PM - 9 PM OTHER DAYS (Reasonable) AFTER HOURS Thur. Fri. & Sat. - BREAKFAST & SANDWICHES FREE: BUFFET FRIDAY 5 : PM DRINKS - 70¢ CALL DRINKS - 80¢ FLIGHT TO MEXICO CITY WINNER OF THE HALLOWEEN DRAG CONTEST )) - PAGE 32· OCTOBER 1970 2 I 5 I RICHMOND JI fFUVfITE ~EffiBE~SI-{IP ~LUB Open 8:00 PM till 2:00 AM Daily Ji f G eF -P2@k!FS Friday & Saturday For Information Call 528-9810 HOUSTON Romulus 12August,1970 03:0SPM OCTOBER 1970 I I I I I I ' I ' I I HE SHE IT "We Insure All,_, insunnncE [~nS1Jl 1nn1s call 921-4890 Bob Eddy satisfaction and cont, t1r1ent here. On Sunday the place changes completely at their keg party .. Pack to the - rafters - hilt - no room but lots of fun. Guess the secret of attraction is theirs alone as they s~y nothing as to how they keep a steady stream of patrons day and night. Service is the top quality of this spot, no dry holes herern I Momma and Papa Bears - thanks from us for one of the Houston sport shops we are all happy to call - just the place to be. There are so many we don't have time to spend at any one, but yours is one of our favorites . The mixture of clientiel takes a great deal of doing, and if it can be done the two of you wi II do it. He, She, It - have you noticed our insurance man. It must be true as one of my roomies that can't walk when drinking got insurance through Bob Eddy for driving. Check with Bob for your insurance requirements. I I I I I I I I I I I ' "( ~ . . t ' \~ PAGE 33 ~(>c, Qc) ~(>,,o Limited 0 c,\ Membership \,(><.g Available 3717 Rowlins 526-9330 DALLAS,JEXAS PAGE 34 ---"' C.,.l, ,_ - "' "' - N "' z0 .~.. ~ .., Q In ~ 0 C c: In 0 : ~ - • t- .... :::, ar: - tz- o"' z' ;,; :::, % 0 ~ % :::, t- :::, In "' ":c' 0.. . :0:: , "' t- ~ :c ::::! . . .. . . . ·Q-. N • Q.I .. --... . ~ .. .. .. . ..... . . . .. .. ""'' . E" -Qo.> ->~- f,s ~ u z < ~~ ~~ ~ ~~~~ 1504 Westheimer , , hosts 1Y bartenders ·r&W· Myles & Dermis MON. - SAT. 10am til closing Sun. 1:00 pm E~E.R. - POOL - ""VV'INE \ KEG PARTY SUNDA YS 7 9 5-7 9 ~ ($1.00) ~ (under new management) OCTOBER 1970 RON SUE'S 3236 McKinney '-0~ 526-9333 ~\~· 1- 2 Pool Tables i_U~S s<i- BEER WINE ~ \ . ~o~" oi- '(\ ~u~~ ~ fc,e~\ DALLAS TEX. NUNTUIS PUBLISHED MONTHLY HOUSTON, TEXAS EDITOR - Phtl Frank ADVERTISING - Bob Black PRODUCTION - Ed Lacy 3840 UNDERWOOD No. 5 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77 025 cs0~ . 667-9803 OCTOBER 1970 VTHE OTHER A\ ~ PLACE ~ BEER-WINE-SETUPS- □ □ □ □ □ □ POOL-DANCING Open Daily 4 to 12 - - Sunday 7 to 12 7665 COLLEGE ST. 835-9659 BEAUMONT, TEXAS ''TRAD'N TRICKS'' FORWARD ACTION, N.Y. businessman, monthly Houston visitor, seeks slim, discreet, backward action male for fun and games. Age 39, 6', 155 lbs., hung. R.S.D., BOX 511, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019 22 YEAR OLD - butch - tall - slender - desires same. Reply: Jerry - % The Nuntius Box 15 - 3840 Underwood ~.P.t: -~'- ~?~~J'?~,. !_e.~a.s_ ??9??: ....................... . WANTED - Living accomodations in private home. Bedroom & bath required, sitting room, kitchenette desirable, covered parking necessary. Furnished, un­furnished - S.W. area preferred. Congenial, non inter­ferring bachlor, oi I company employee - cal I 626-2342 ~~~~!~~~ .°.r. ':"'~~~~~~~: ....... . ........ . .. ... ....... . THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTIONS The Newspaper of America's Homophile Community .........B..o.x. 7.4.6.9.5.,. .L.o.s. .A.n.g.e.l.e.s., .C..a.li.f.. .9.0.0.0.4. ....... MERCURY - 1960 4 door sedan, perfect body, needs minor repair, running and being used daily - first $125. ~.a.I! _6_~6: !.1~~-~~~t_i~-~- .... . ........................ . ALTERATIONS - SEWING - Taper and reshape mens suits, sewing and expert tailoring. HALLOWEEN DRAG made or fitted. Cal I Pat - 666-7150. FOR RENT - West University, Brick, 2 bedroom, 1 bath 1 car garage, seperate dining room, large living room, fenced back yard. 4001 Rice Blvd. $125. mo. plus utilities. Call 8 to 4:30, 621-31 11 - after 6 call- 673-5144, ask for Miss Birch. FOR SALE - Authentic Victorian Loveseat. Re­uphostered in zebra pattern. Private party will sacrifice for $200. Call 524-2550 Sunday or evenings after 6 p.m. PAGE 35 WANTED - USED DEEPFREEZE - must be reasonable and in good working condition. Call 667-9803. WANTED TO BUY - House in "colony area", cash for equity or loan assumption. Call 667-9803. SPECIALIZING IN PARTY AND BAR SIGNS SIGNS by John ARTWORK CIRCULARS PICK UP & DELIVER NOTARY PUBLIC HAND LETTERED POSTERS WE HAVE HAD REQUESTS FOR: MASSEURS PHOTOGRAPHERS 665-8584 224-8491 ASK FOR JOHN BODY BUILDERS EXERCISE INSTRUCTORS DO YOU QUALIFY? I l NUNTIUS OCTOBER 1970 NUNTIUS C A L E N D A R places events - when - o c T o B E R things happen . in T E X A S wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, BEAUMONT DUMP, THE 490 College ...................... 835-9549 MELODY LOUNGE 2520 College ............. _ . . . . . . . . 835-9659 OTHER PLACE, THE 7665 College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 835-9659 DALLAS AQUARIUS CLUB 4729 Maple ... . .... . .. . ... _ ..... . BON-SOIR 5601 W. Lovers Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 351-9521 BAYOU CLUB 3717 Rawl ins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 526-9330 ORCHARD CLUB 2311 N. Henderson ..... . ........... 821-4350 RON-SUE'S 3236 McKinney ......... . .. . ..... . . 526-9333 GALVESTON GYM BATHS, THE 220- 23rd St. . ..... . . .... . . .. .. .. . 763-9314 KEN'S ROOMS ..{)7½ - 25th St ..................... 762-0768 KON-TIKI 214 - 23rd St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 763-9031 ROBERT'S LAFITTE 411 - 25th St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 763-9923 FORT WORTH 651 CLUB 651 South Jennings ................. 332-0745 OLD HOUSE, THE 9905 Weatherford Hwy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244-9879 HOUSTON A & A BOOK STORES 1312 West Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 528-8080 (IJ9 La Branch ................. . .. 226-8076 ACCOUNTING 3840 Underwood No. 5 (mail only) . .• - .... 667-9803 AMACO Houston - (see ad for information) ARMADILLO CINEMA WEST 5341 West Alabama .......... ....... 626-0279 CITY ART STUDIO 4003 Bluebonnet .......... . , .. .. .. 667-9803 CLUB ROMULUS 2151 Richmond Ave .................. 528-9810 CLUB 11-13 3406 Morningside ... ...... .. .. ... . .. 528-9493 DIXIE AMUSEMENT COMP ANY 4320 West Park Dr ........ .. ..... .. .. 522-7156 EDDIE, BOB (Insurance) Houston ........................ 921-4890 ENTREE, THE: 1322 Westheimer .... ............. .. 528-8840 EXILE, THE 1011 Bell ..........•......... ... 226-8068 GALL EON, THE 2720 Richmond Ave . .... ... .... . . . ... 528-8787 GIFT IDEA P. 0. Box 61659 .... .. ....... .. ... . 626-4297 JAYBIRD NEWS 908 Congress ..... ................ 226-7401 JIM WOODS (Barber Shop) 2011 Waugh Drive ............. .. . .. 528-9196 LA BOHEME 1504 Westheimer ................... 528-9552 LA CAJA 1104 Tuam .. .... . ............... 226-7935 MID TOWNE 2923 Main . ..... ... .. . ........... 528-9397 NUMBERS, TH'E 1005 California .. ...............•.. 528-8460 NUNTI US, THE 3840 Underwood No. 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 667-9803 ODALISQUE 1838 Westhei mer . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . 523-9846 RED ROOM 912 Hadley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226-8242 ROARING 60' s 2l>5 S. Shepherd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 528-8576 ROMAN, THE (Barber Shop) 328 Westheimer .................... 522-8576 SCENE I 1904 South Shepherd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 528-9800 SIGNS BY JOHN Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 665-8584 TOP VALUE PRINTING CO. 4003 Bluebonnet . ... . .... . ... . ..... 667-9803 TRADE WINDS LOUNGE Milam at Drew 529-6245 706 Elgin at Louisiana 528-8143 SAN ANTONIO CHRISTAPHER, THE 722 South St. Marys PALACE CL 225-2330 2 -8970
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