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Title The Nuntius Southwest, April 9-16, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date April 9, 1976-April 16, 1976
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 30351090
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript j R'lt I I I t ) I I I t l I I I t l » t l I I I t ) I I I l l I I l l l I I l I l l l l ( I l l t ( l I ~,~ ~ ~ :: OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK = 24 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES ~ACTION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 Houston's · LARGEST 25e Movie Arcade! - APRIL 9 - 16, 19/6 FREE The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper . . ' ' ' . . . ' , . ' ) . . . MISS GAY TEXAS OPENS IN HOUSTON Saturday and Sunday, April 10th and 11th, Miss Gay Texas 1976 opens at the Old Plantation Club in Houston. 1976 promises to be the most successful year ever for the Pageant as over 30 contestan will be competing for the title of Miss Gay Texas. For the first time in the four year history of the Pageant, Miss Gay Texas is independently being sponsored by the Nuntius and has no affiliation· with any bars in the State of Texas. Contestants competing in this year's contest represent cities and towns from every region in Texas. Waco, El Paso, Laredo, and Austin will aiave their tmwns represented for the first time. And representativies frrom San Anton­io, Houston, Ft. Worth, Dallas, and Corpus Christi will once again converge on Houston for this annu-al event. All reserved seating for the Pageant has been sold out, but plenty of good standing room will be available at the door. Preliminary judging for Miss Gay Texas will begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday with competition in sportswear and gown. The official starting time of the Pageant will be 8:30 p.m. both nights. This year's hosts for the yearly extravaganza will be Ar­kansas' Tuna Starr, and the Old Plantation's Jennifer George and Ernestine. Special entertainment will be provided throughout the Pageant by Norma Kristie, Miss Gay America 1971, Reyna Turner, Miss Gay Universe 1974, Shan Cov­ington, Miss Gay America 1975, Houston's own E. D. Llloyd, Shan­non Forrestor, Miss Gay Texas 1974, and other surprise guests. ■vNTIIJS The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper Comes Ta You In A Special Monthly Edition! Keep current on the latest news, events, PLUS hundreds of Gay personals! For a sample copy, send $1.00 NUNTIUS 461S Mt. Vernon Houst•, Texas 77006 Bobby'• of Houston ":f h, Shit/ .Shop o/ :Mo,rnos/' a1e W. A...LABAIU. • P. O, UOI 131'49 WM~GL~ i'LA~1tl'a~~(;ii HOUSTON 2020 Kipling * 522-2353 SUNDAY - FOLLIES AT 9:45pm -$1 COVER TUESDAY - 10. BEER - 25c BAA DRINKS -$1 COVER THURSDAY-$1 COVER -25c BAA DRINKS MONDAY -$1 COVER - 25c BAR DRINKS WEDNESDAY - FOLLIES AT 9:45pm -$1 COVER FRIDAY & SATURDAY -AFTER HOURS -$1 COVER Every Wednesday & Sunday the OLD PLANTATION FOLLIES featuring JENNIFER GEORGE, ERNESTINE, DONNA DAY, CARMELITTA, and SPECIAL GUESTS weekly. Pogi2 DALLAS 5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff *. 634-7110 SUNDAY - 60. BAR DRINKS TUESDAY -90.t MAAGARITTAS MONDAY - 10. DRAFT BEER WEDNESDAY -60. BAA DRINKS THURSDAY - CHAMPAGNE 50. A GLASS AMARILLO 1005 North Filmore * 372-5081 SUNDAY -$1.50 COVER - BUFFET AND FREE DRAFT BEER 6-9:30 MONDAY - 10.t Df:!AFT BEER WEDNESDAY -60t BAA DRINKS TUESDAY -9ot MARGARITTAS THURSDAY - POOL TOURNAMENT FRIDAY & SATURDAY -$1 COVER EL PASO THE PET SHOP 800 E. San Antonio * 532-9721 EL PASO'S DISCO WITH LIQUOR! EVERY SUNDAY - BEER BUST- SHOW - BUFFET FROM THE EDITOR The big event of the year has arrived in Houston, that is Miss Gay Texas 1976, of course! Texans will be flocking from all over the Lone Star State as well as out of state visitors for the annual awards. Houston's Old Plantation is the site of the Pag­eant and the newly built bar should provide the most elaborate set­ting for the event ever. Don't forget that the Hou­ston MCCR will be showing that all time movie hit The Gay De­ceivers on April 17th. It's a movie not to be missed! In Dallas town, the Old Plan­tation is underway with building its new location. We should be seeing that new nite spot by early June. Those of you asking who the uniformed men are outside of the Bayou Landing - they now have uni­formed police securHy for your safety and protection. Two Dallas Police sergeants, no less! Things across the Southwest look fairly slow until after Miss Gay Texas. Of course, the fol­lowing weekend is not only Easter, but FIEST A in San Antonio as well. Til next week, 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 en~ couraged. 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 -- ----- --------- Miss Gay Texas 1976 TEXAS' OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY PAGEANT FOR MISS GAY AMERICA April 10th S 11th Tai~GLD -~~TAT!GRI HOUSTON A very special thanks to our Friends and Sponsors: Ron Oruc & Assoc., The Club Baths, City Printers and Typesetters, The Locker, 2110 Lexington - ----- --- -- ------ This Week In Texas, Algren, Moneysavers, Adverola - , French Quarter Theatre, C. J. 's - Boutique, Action Book Store, Ah Men of - - Houston, and The Old Plantation. · - - .. e e· e e e e e e e . e ee e e e e e e ' Navy P .0. W. Camps The U.S. Navy has confirm­ed that at least two enlisted men died as a result of simulated tor­ture experiences in the Navy's secret P.O.W. training camps. The camps -- known as "sur­vival, evasion, resistance, and es­cape schools" (or seres for short) - - have been operate at remote locations within the United States for the past 15 years. The Navy, until recently, has refused to say anything about them, or even confirm that seres camps existed. Several former officers, however, have described them as rigorous P.O.W. finish­ing schools where Navy recruits are sent for five days to learn about the potential horrors of be­ing captured in action. Witnesses say that camp guards, although Americans, dress in Chinese or Vietnamese uniforms Cover Boy This issue's Cover Boy is Franco. Born and reared in Mi­lan Italy Franco makes his first Tr~ns-Atiantic crossing via the Nuntius. Franco plans on coming to the United States this July and help celebrate the Bi-Centinenial. And from the looks of Franco, we can't think of a better way to celebrate anything! Page 4 speak in Oriental dialects, lock the recruits in tiger cages, administer tortures, play Oriental music at loud volumes, and generally at­tempt to crack the recruits psy­chologically. A Navy lieutenant, Wen­ilall Young, filed a $15 million (dollar) suit against the Navy last month, alleging that his back was broken and his career as a flyer ruined as a result of a beating in one of the camps. The Navy, in response to Young's suit, now confirms that at least two men died during seres training - - one man reportedly suffocating in a tiger cage-like cell and the other the victim of a heart attack during a forced cross­country march. However, the Navy says the p.o.w. schools will continue -­arguing they are the best method to prepare flyers to withstand the rigors of being a P._O.W. JIDYERTISEI S. B. ONE FAILING The New York Times re­ports that the controversial bill which would revise the entire fed­eral criminal code - - known as "Senate Bill One" -- appears doomed in the current session of Congress. The 799 page bill has been attacked by many civil libertar­ians who claim it amounts to an American "official secrets act." The bill, among other things, im­poses tough criminal sanctions a­gainst persons who leak or pub­lish any government secrets. The Times reports that con­servative and liberal senators - - headed by John McClellan and Ed­ward Kenn~dy - - were near to working out a compromise on new "S. l" wording when an internal senate memo "blew up" the com­promise. The memo was written and released publicly by senate leaders Mike Mansfield and Hugh Scott. According to the Times the memo virtually ordered the liberal and conservative senators to "break the impasse", and Mansfield and Scott then took credit for any head­way in the compromise session. The Times says the memo has infuriated both sides - - "has fossilized everyone's position," and that, as a result, S. I now appears almost certain to die in committee. LOVE YOUR SISTER? A special Swedish govern­ment committee, in a surprisingly frank report, has recommended that all laws against incest - - that is, sex between brother and sister or child and parent - - be abolished. The committee, composed of seven experts in medicine, sex­ual research, and law, recom­mended to Swedish Parliament that all incest - - except relations be­tween an adult and a young boy or girl under his or her care - - should be permitted in Sweden. The committee said it re­viewed most ethical and generic reasons for forbidding incest and had "not found these reasons of such importance that they would justify continued legal pro­hibition." The seven experts also recommended that sexual inter­course be legally permitted as ear­ly as age 14, and that the word "homosexual" be banned from leg­islation dealing with sex, so that all homosexuals would be treated in the same manner as hetero­sexuals. FEMINISTS SNUFFING "SNUFF" Groups of New York fem­inists are attempting to stop the showing in Times Square of the controversial movie, Snuff. Snuff purports to show the real-life murder and dismember­ment of an unsuspecting woman actress on the screen. Most cri­tics who have seen the film re­port that the so-called real-life murder is actually a poorly done fake. However, several feminists groups have lodged complaints with New York City and federal of­ficials , contending that the movie presents the idea of a woman be­ing murdered on the screen as a titilating thing. The women's groups say they are afraid that Snuff could create a demand for the real thing and that actresses may yet be murdered on camera. DEAR AUNT SOFA: What is wrong with the world? I like people, generally, but every time I even try to be friendly and just talk with some­one, like in a bar, all they want to do is go home with me and trick. It has almost made me to­tally anti- social. Can't a person just be friendly without sexual overtones? I'm so sick of it I could scream. Is there any solution? ADVISE: I guess what you are talk­ing about could be a real prob­lem for you. Personally, I would like to have it for about a week. I guess that the only real solution that you have is to be frank with people when you meet them if any type of sexual overtone is tak­ing place. Expalin that you are seeking friendship and not nec­essar ily a physical relationship. Who knows, you may even find someone that might believe you. DEAR AUNT SOFA: What ever happened to the picture you used to run with your column? All tha t is ever at the top of your column is the usual symbol. Also , are the rumors true about your going into show bus iness? ADVISE: As far as the picture goes, you' ll have to check with our es­steemed edito r about that. She's the old boy that decides which material goes into each weeks paper. I must admit that the picture does dress up the page quite a bit. As to your question about my going into show business - I've been in s how business for years! A lot of it I can't dis­cuss in this publication, but your dear old Auntie has been around' Aunt Sofa a nswers questions week­ly in the Nuntius. If you have any questions or comments for Aunt Sofa, please write Aunt Sofa, c/o Nuntius, 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006. TO BE! PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chopporoll Corpus Christi, Texas (S12) 882-0046 ARIES (March 21 - April 20): The adoption of a unique idea or concept may supply the ans­wer to a family or nutritional problem. Experiment with diff­erent arrangements and combi­nations. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): This is a good week for travel or for pursuing the unusual. Jup­iter puts the stamp of approval on Venus-ruled individuals such as yourself. Make a demonstra­tion. GEMINI (May 21 - June 21): This is a good time to begin new projects; seek out other people in perspn. You can be quite winning. Avoid a tendency to shift responsibility to others. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): Your creative juices are flowing freely. The Moon in your sign gives you an edge where person­ality is concerned. Now is the time to make changes , improve­ments. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Group activities a re stimulating, but may involve risk of discord or dissens ion. Use your influ­ence constructively whe re friends are concerned. Love is fickle. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): This week has a romantic con­notation, should you be interest­ed. You could win an introduct­ion to someone compatible. Re­view bus iness finances, collec­tions. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): Don' t try to get something for noyhing now. Perhaps someone will have to be taught a value or moral. It is not a good week to take on debts or extend credit. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): There may be a sudden oppor­tunity to travel , or news arrives unexpectedly. Some pleasant sur­prise may be in store! You shou­ld be able to perceive inner work­ings. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): Follow up on concepts attribut­able to the lunation. It is a good week for travel. Disseminate in­formation you want to get before the public. Check up on kin. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): You may attract a new partner who can demonstrate a few tricks you have not known about. How­ever, shun what might be consi­dered unethical. A change im­pends. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19)' It may be time to catch your breath and evaluate current di­rections. Try to withdraw a bit from outer events in order to gain a broader perspective or insight. PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20): This should be a more c reative and dynamic week. Other people a re more open now to your cre­ative ideas and plans. Try to look ahead and a nticipate <'\'en ts. P O BOX 5915 DALLAS TEXAS 75222 24 HOUP PHON( 2 14 • 2 3 3 - 4 3 G2 MARRIAGE OF TRANSSEXUAL RULED LEGAL Marriage between a trans­sexual and a person of the op­posite sex is valid as long as the transsexual tells the partner about the sex change operation, accord­ing to the New Jersey Supreme Court. The panel also ruled that should the marriage break up, the transsexual is entitled to sup­port payments. The ruling by the Appellate Court Division of Superior Court came in the case of an uniden­tified estranged wife (born a male but given a female body thr ough a sex change operation) who sued her husband for alimony. The appeals court, in up­holding the Bergen County trial court decision, said the woman was a female in the eyes of the law at the time of the marriage ceremony. Therefore, the court ruled, a union between a "man and wo­man" took place and the marriage was vaild. ~ COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! If you need friends, new directions and dimensions in your life, you can f ind 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) 526-8233 NAME: _ _ _____________ _ ADDRESS: _ ____ _________ _ CITY: ________________ _ STA TE:--~------ZIP: ____ _ YES! I WOULD LIKE TO SUBSCRIBE TO NUNTIUS Weekly for ( ) 3 MONTHS - $ 7.50 ( ) 6 MONTHS - 15.00 ( ) 1 YEAR - 30.00 MAIL CHECK OR ~ONEY ORDER TO: Pop 5 '/ BOY OH BOY DOLLS! In this liberated age, two of America's biggest toymakers are rushing out baby boy dolls that come complete with a male organ. Mattell and Ideal both re­port that their fully-complete baby boy dolls will be on the market by June. The two companies, however, may be aiming for different markets: Mattell reports its doll is uncir­cumcized while Ideal's is circum­ ·cized. -- CUT YOUR RENT IN HALF Resident-Sharing for Compatible People Selected by Video Tape BEA TTY IN "HARD CORE" Warner Brothers is report­edly putting together a film called Hard Core which could become the first movie by a major Holly­wood studio to capture explicit sex acts on film. Warner Brothers has signed Warren Beatty for the lead role but Beatty will not be involved in any X-rated scenes. Instead, the plot will revolve around Beatty, who plays the part of a father who attends a porno flick. The father reportedly recog­nizing his daughter as acting in the hard-core film, and he then attempts to track her down in the Los Angeles porno underground. THE BLIMP IS BACK The west German government recently approved the expenditure of $8 million for construction of a VIDEO SERVICES football field sized hot air balloon 527-8813 that will cruise at 90 miles per Houston • hour at an altitude of 10,000 feet. ~A\.4'~~liill!.' The helium filled aieships will (91YW'WW'WWWWJEI reportedly carry morethan30tons of cargo at one third the cost in­curr, id by a Boeing 747. Westdeutsche Luftwerbung, the Rhine valley company which is making the giant blimps, says it is being deluged with orders from firms such as the French petro­leum company, which plans to use blimps to carry oil drilling rigs to North African fields. FAT IS HEALTHY a london psychiatrist is reporting that being fat may not be so unhealthy after all. Doctor A. H. Crisp, a Lon­don medical school professor, says he has found that fat people are much less anxious and depressed than others in the general popu­lation. Doctor Crisp reports giving a stan­dard psychological exam to 739 middle aged women and men. 238 of the subjects were at least 40 per cent over wieght. Crisp says that his portly subjects were at least 40 per cent less anxious and depressed than FI;t_~:~C:l:I Q-c.7.A..l.·~-:r~:I;t. Page6 ALL MALE CINEMA FOR THE DISCRIMINATE GAY MALE *LOUNGING AREA *CONCESSION AREA *PLAYROOM ---NOW SHOWING---- a film by TObY ROSS ALL AMERICAN BOYS p1Ll5 Louisiana at Elgin • THE OTHER SIDE OF JOEY 528-9485 Houston's Only Gay Owned and Operated Theater the others in the srtudy. The doctor suggests that over­eating consoles poople with anxi­eties, and that fat people may not be beautiful, but they are content. Bookstore * 706 ELGIN in HOUSTON FILMS BOOKS MAGAZINES LEATHER & RUBBER GOODS lla.m.­midnite HOT i\ 25 CENT MOVIE ARCADE Bobby' 1 of Houston ":JI,, .Shitt Shop o/ ~ou" ate W • .AL.Ul4.ll.6. • P.O. BOX taT,e """· 77019 ao'OftO•.m. You can find most anything ... KIKI LEE'S DRAGOONERY l~ TIIE GREU E\nJ.\.\GE ~LE~ MARKET '1101 *'ESTP.~RK BOOTII JJ! HOUSTON Cu'! P,.inte,J 4319 MONTROSE BLVD. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77006 Phone: 527-9850 FAST SERVICE ON: Printing LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES BUSINESS CARDS POSTERS ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCULARS ~ ,ulffi'lf:fmt';li'f'irf7.ifflWfiil CLASSIFIED SECTION ANSWER A CONFIDENTIAL AD Address an envelope to us at the address shown below; inside, place an unaddressed BLANK en­velope with the CODE NUMB~R on the top right-hand side or the envelope (which should be sealed) and enclose a 10¢ stamp and $1. for each letter you wish forward-ed. MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon -__~u~ton, T,x~• 770_06 personals G-·10'7 · - · Dee0r · Pa'r_k · ~ ·H·o~~t~~ housewife would hke to meet local, cau, bi/gay, gri!s for fun, sex, pleasurable expenen~es and friendship. I'm new to b1 ways, but eager. 5•, 100, 34-24-34. Married but husband will be pre­sent only if desired. Will answer only those with photo and phone. Must be discreet. B-025°1 °Ho~st~ 0 Y 0o~mi. ·g~ io'oic~ ing guy interesti:d in meeti_ng other guys who are m the levi scene. Photo and description will get you same. B--25°2 ·c~r'p~s· Chris.ti W~it~r·, ·49, white widower wishes togetherness with femme non-fatale, Forever Amber type. Open minded to color religion but must b~ 100%, honest non liar or cheat smce I m hon­est. B-i38 - San Antonio- Spanish, 27 6' 190 brown hair, hazel ey~s fair co'mplexion, slim. Loy­al a~d honest with a lot of love to give to someone that is eq~al­ly sincere and needs compamo_n­ship. Want guys 19-29. W:1te soon an I wit! contact you right away. San Antonio Area. B-19? Houston, w/m, 29, 6', 220, brown hair and eye~, Pisces. Am seH employee! and en~oy m~>Vi<.:~ , theater. dining and Just hfe m ge11,•r:1t .. Would like to mef't w/m 18· :lO, smooth bod)'. with slirt,1 build who is Greek acuve and French passive and active. I enjoy-good company. Photo if possible. s-·1ss · -· &i1bi~~ · -· ·w ;~.- i!i, 5'4" 130 wants to meet young peopi~. s~me age or ne~r it, for Just Friends. Also mter­ested in finding an individual for More Than Just Friends. Photo would be helpful. B-310 San Antonio W /m, fem, attractive, 21, nursing student seeks financially responsible dec­ent gentleman under 50, attractive for six six month friendship or possibly longer. No s/m. B-191 Dallas younc versatile stud 22, 6', 163, good looldnc enjoys all aspects of sex. Will do any­thing for your wants and needs. Will naswer only 18-29. B-263 Houston Bi sexual male would like to make it with rich sugar daddies. I'm well endowed ex athlete, and sometime writer, actor, musican. • Would love to ring your particular chimes. Try me. 24. 5'1 I", 185, 8.". Do travel B-264 Dallas w/m 24, dark brown hair and eyes, tall and slim. I'm a professional craftsman and am interested in music, art, literature and hiking. I would like to meet other attractive men, 31-35 who are intelligent liberal minded and who would be interested in shar­ing adventures and ideas. I would be interested to know about you and your background, interests and activities, also a good description of yourself. B-318 ·D~ll~s · W;; .. · 24·. · b1~~d·e: blue eyes, 5'9", 150, would like to meet young w/ m 20-30. Nice looking and interested in antiques that are period arid design. No s / m or fems. Discretion always Fond of dark hair w/ m. May con­sider room mate with or without bonds. B-319 Dallas Love to watch you J/O in person or film or pictures Turn me on! Also Greek active French passive. Send SASE for reply and fun literature. I'm wait­ing. I'm blonde, blue eyes, rel­atively smooth and rather hung. You could do a lot worse. B-320 El Paso New to area 23, 6'2", 190, brown hair, blue eyes interested in meeting hairy and hung dudes throughout the south­west for hot and horny _times. Especially construction workers, jocks, G.I. 's. Can travel. Into French, Greek, Roman and light s/m with right person. Not in­terested in serious affair, just hunky sex. If interested reply with photo and phone so we can get it on. B-321 Houston Experienced mas­ter wanted. I'm new to area, new to gay scene and am seeking an intelligent, good looking well built individual who can lead me into light s/m, b/ d and hot sex. Pre­fer slim athletic types 20-30 who are strong, confident and masc­uline. I'm a bi male 22, 6', 165 attractive, brown hair and mous­tache and very athletic. Please send photo. B-331 Houston Black model 22, 6', 170, well hung, versatile, hot to go will travel, free most any­time. Write me now! B-298 Dallas I'm 6'1'', 19, 155 blonde, fairly attractive, very st­able, dependable, tired of bar sc­ene, looking for friends or lover Seeking someone to share my life with, who is handsome, butch, good build, who loves sex and just liv­ing life happily, content with the person you love. Like quiet eve nings alone with each other. Have been hurt when I fell in love , so please be sincere all answered Send photos, address or phone - 8-301 El Paso Two young guys looking for some out of town act­ion. Have roomy apartment will share for week end with right person. We are both 24 , w/ m, and enjoy active/ passive French and Greek Also into theater, music. art, if passing through our area we promise to sho"' you a good time (in more ways than one). No fems , fats. s /m or drugs Will answer all that reply "ith renialing photo and phone. B-293 Houston W /m 28, considered good looking, would like to ml•Pt Greek active males between 18-'.!1 Prefer smooth bodies and well hung. Plese send photo and phone if possible. ' e:294 Ft Worth 5,3;,: is·s: b;o·w·n hair, hazel eyes, Well built con­sidered very handsome, enjoys basketball, football, tennis, swim­ming, hockey. Look~ for bot_h friend or lover. Send photo 1f possible. Would like to meet gay guys in all 'l'exas. Please write Will answer all. B.'34·2 La.re0do0 B.i ~e·x~~l ·g~d· 1~k-­ing university dude 26, 5' 11", 160, 8 1/2" makes good escort to theatre, dinner etc. Well built dark brown eyes and hair would like to meet other guys from same area or write to others. Send photo in the raw, no drugs, fems freaks or s / m. Please your hon­esty gets my foto and quick re­ply. . .... . ....... G--132 · F·e~~le mid 50's wishes to hear from women or similar age. No men. Heavy set " butch" gentle and considerate. Enjoy a good life style, non drinker, easy going, well educated, hard worker. Possibility of som.e travel. misc. In addition to Left Handed (th?, e besdt reviewed film of the year H~n In Hand Films 1s now re easmg the best scenes from Drive, Adam& Yves The Erotic Films of Peter De Rome The Night Before, Everytl}i.ng Goes and Good Hor Stuff. Over 18?Writeforbrochure Please. enclose SASE. Hand I 6 n Hand Films , Dept AD 1, 1 97 Broadway, N.Y., N.Y. 10019 employment Be a Nuntius distributor in yo14.r city or town (exce_p_t Houston). For information call Mel Plummer {713) 522-5609 or (713) 526-9~03 or write: Mel Plummer Nlihtius 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston Tx 77006 PLACE YOUR OWN AD USING.THIS FORM •"•'• All "Personal Ads" in the Nuntius are listed free of chage. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are coded by number and run in the weekly Nun-tius and monthly Nuntius until fur-ther notice from the advertiser or unt ii three (3) written complaints 01 not answering replies are re-ceived. 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L<H>p 410 342-9029 Bookstores 1;,\LLEIII \ llOllK STORE I OH S. \I, . ~ilitary 923-999N GALLERIA BOOK STORE 6724 San Pedro 826-9223 WACO OTHER ENO 2810 N. 19th 753-9195 WICHITA FALLS CAROUSEL 703 Travis 322-0832 LE PISOIRE 608 8th 322-0920 Miss Gay South Pageant * * * * * Saturday, May 8, 1976 - VAPORS THEATRE RESTAURANT - MISS GAY SOUTH ht Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up Hot Springs, Arkansas * $1,000.00 Ca1h 500.00 Co1h 250.00 Ca1h (*)Prize monies bosed on 30 entries COMPETITION IN Evening Gown - bte"iew Talent - OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY TO MISS GAY AMERICA - ~·--------------------· -- APPLICATION NAM~--------- RETURN APPLICATJON TO NOffl'lll Krfetl• PO. Box 1751 Hot Sprlnp. AR 71901 ADORES·~----------- Afll9r S:OO p.m. PHON•"------------ Call (501) 321·1990 REPRESENTIN, _______ _ seo.oo 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 tN()FRG01MG T RIA.T MENT TO CHANGE T HEIR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC'S ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER. ~OLINE MAY 3, 1978
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