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Title The Nuntius Southwest, August 6-13, 1976
Contributor
  • Plummer, Mel
Date August 6, 1976-August 13, 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 Purlie has seen a lot of hunger. Purlie,s a shy l1ttlt> g,rl with bog, dark eyes. You ca,, tell by her wistful expression that she has seen much hunger in her working life .it Tooter's. She hardly remembers her first order. Her boss was ,n bad f,nanc,al straits when Purlie was first hired. He went out of business when Purlie was only six months employed. Her manager earned very little and lived ,n one room in a tenement 111 Pasadena. He w.o~ unnhle to pay the fratl little waitress a decent s.ilnry. He asked a management team, affli,ated with the Tooter's Waitress Relief Fund, to rnke care of his employee, and subsequently quit the business to go onto advertising. There is still a sad, haunting look that lingers in Purlie's dark eyes. But she's ,mprov,ng. Gradually she's losing her 1nh1b1tions, and she camps and carries on with the other waitresses who share the same c!,n,ng room on the night shift. Purl i e now has the care she needs. Her TWA F sponsors here in Montrose are helping give her a better chance to make a buck. But there are many other needy waitresses still waiting for customers. You can support a waitress for as little as S2 .35 (Chicken Fried Steak, mashed potatoes, hot rolls, crisp salad, choice of dressings, tax not included). Just fill out the coupon and submit it with your preferences listed. You will be sent the waitress, a glass of water, coffee if you wish, a menu, and a guest check. You may call your sponsored waitress, and your request will be granted. You will get the waitress' original ticket and a numerical tabulation. (Waitresses unable to wrote are assisted by cooks or managers.) Your patronage can make a big difference in the life of a needy little waitress. If there were no business, we'd probably have to run her off. Please fill out <heco,p✓~ ~~ !!Aa.,v~.i Present ·in person to: Mr. Norman H. Thompson Tooter's Waitress Relief Fund payroll division 2203 Westheimer Houston, Texas 77098 I want to sponsor a [ ] waiter [ ] waitress in Tooter's. I 'II have a (menu item) __________ _ [ ] Choose any waitress who needs my help. I will order a meal. Please send me the waitress, a glass of water, and a ticket book. [ ] I can't sponsor a waitress now, but I do want to give$ ________ _ [ ] Please send a menu. I don't know what I want. Member Houston Restaurant Associa­tion. Tips are tax deductible in some cases. Canadians: Write P.O. Box 22104, Houston, TX 77027. AUGUST 6 - 13, 1976 TIIJS P099 2 liiiNTIIJS ~ AIR. GAY TEXAS 1976 August 19, 1976 wan~ ~UBA'RGii Houston MR. GAY TEXAS 1st RUNNER UP 2nd RUNNER UP RESERVED SEATING $3"00 $200 $125 $ 75 Tickets and Entry Forms available at The Old Plantation, Dallas ·& Houston FROM THE EDITOR Another month has just gone by and it seems that the year will be over before you know it. But a lot of activities still remain be­fore the year end celebrations begin. The Miss Gay America Pag­eant opens at the Old Plantation in Houston this weekend and the out of towners should really be flocking in to see it. Entries from as far as California on the west coast and Alabama on the eastern shore have entered the three day extravaganza. Don't miss it! Tiffany Jones and Sahdji will be appearing at the Bayou Landing in Dallas this Sunday. Showtime is 9:30 and what a twosome they should make on stage. Sunday, August 15th, Ernes­tine and Jennifer George will return to the Old Plantation in Dallas along with the Houston cast of Naomi Simms, Donna Day, and Carmelita. Jann Russell and the Pantomanics will be t·eturning to Houston after almost a year's absence. It should really be packed houses at both OP' s. After Dark Bookshop & Film Gallery in Houston really seems to becoming the "in" arcade in town. This all gay establishment has brought some new and inno­vative ideas and it seems that Houstonians really like them!!!! And what about this issue's cover boy? You may recognize this hot number from last week's edition. Rick is a Californian now residing in New Orleans and can be found working daily at the Bourbon Pub. He works the day shift by the way. In fact, Rick is also our birthday boy this issue, but you' ll have to find out how old he is from him. Happy Birthday, Rick (and sit in my face! ). I would like to thank Ron Oruc and Associates Floral de- The NUNTJUS Soulbwest is publish<!d weekly in Houston, Tex­as at 4319 Montrose Blvd., Hou­ston, ·Texas 77006. (713) 527 -9850 The official views of this news­paper are expressed in editorials. Opinions expressed by writers in by-li"'d articles, letters, etc., are those of the writers and do not represent the opinion of the pub­lisher. Publication GI the name, or photocraph of any person or orcanuation in articles or adver­tisinc in the NUNTJUS is no in­die at ion of the sexual orientation of such persons or orcanizations. Submission of double spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as drawincs and photocraphs is en­couraged. Unused material will be promptly returned (please en­close a self addressed stamped envelope with correct postace.) The NUNTIUS does notassumere­sponsibility for unsolicited mater­ial. Advertising rates upon re­quest. Editor ......... ...... ...... .... .... . Mel Plummer Staff Editor ...... .. ...... ........ . T. G. Pretender Miss Gay America Opening The New Miss Gay America Pageant presents Miss Gay Amer­ica 1976 this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at the Old Plantation Club in Houston. The Miss Gay America Pageant was conceived as just another con­test for female impersonators, an event to perhaps give business a shot in the arm. However, before the first contest was held, it _be­came evident that this would be­come much more. Entries were received from across the country. The best that female impersona­tion had to offer came to Nashville, Tennessee, to be a part of the Miss Gay America Pageant 1972. An appreciative audience on the final night made the judge's decision a unanimous one. From Hot Springs, Arkansas, came Nor­ma Kristie. Norma traveled more than 100,000 miles that year to spread the word about the contest. Much of the success of the pageant is directly attributed to Norma Kristie. And for his contributions the Miss Gay America Board of Directors gave Norma the -title of Miss Gay America Emeritus. In 1973, once again they came in greater numbers to try for the title. From Puerto Rico by way signers for their aid with the Miss , Gay America Pageant. Ron is located in the 900 Lovett complex and has a 24 hour flower hot line for that emergency " I forgot". "Dahling, your outfit is Di-vine, but your Purse is on fire!" So, we are told, said Tallulah Bankhead to the priest at an Epis­copal church. While we are not sure that this is a true story, we do know that there are a lot of Gay Episcopalians running a­round. A group called Episcopal/ Integrity Houston is now holding monthly meetings. If you would like to have more information, call 713/ 526-9524 or write to Box 25342, Houston 77005. Don' t forget that Mr. Gay Texas will be August 19th at the Old Plantation in Houston. It should be a hot show!! Ti! next week, ;:U\ n/~l C .-1\ Ii -ISSIJU-ll/S h'ltre .-lrrum~emcnrs ((mdy .•1rrani:cnwnl\' Nt·mcmhcr l ·, \fun-Fri 'J-f> 30 Sar S Sun I:! 1)/1.7 Iii) 1Jf)fJ /.,nett. wifr /():! I/, 1u \f1111 .~ ..,. lj.11 ') _.,:; of Chicago came the Lady Baro­nessa. Again the judgement was correct. Lady Baronessa with much charm and beauty captivated the audience. Baronessa returned to Nashville, and then flew to Atlanta, Georgia, to pass on her title of Miss Gay America. After four days and nights of strenuous competition both on and off ·stage, Shawn Luis, a native Hawaiian, living in Chicago, cap­tured the coveted title. Shawn spent a whirlwind year publiciz­ing the pageant and representing this "different" side of gay life. "Hany, stop po1c1,. me ••• If you want After numerous setbacks, the somethlnc. ask for ltl" Miss Gay America Pageant 1975 finally made it to the stage in December of 1975 at the Depository Club in Houston, Texas. Due to a last minute change of site, the pageant was not to be denied the life to which it was clinging. Af-ter two first nights or a poor show­ing in attendance, word finally ma­terialized that the "show" was in town. Crowds filled the building to an overflowing capacity to see the crowning of the new Miss Gay America. The heavy burden of the title was accepted by Dani Diletto of Michigan. Dani has traveled in the short span of time he ha's held the title, to help spread the word of the pageant. Dani will return f ' t. t- .· . to Houston this year to pass on the coveted title to a yet undecided win­ner. The contest will begin nightly at 8:00 p.m. at the Old Plantation, 2020 Kipling, Houston. Tickets are still available for reserved seat-ing. ~~~~t1i~ ~&Ali~A~;ir,~ DALLAS IIOUSTON . . . - 1R07 N. Harwood 651 - 19/ltl .?020 J..:ipling 5.?.?-2353 ~lW[f)~OO ~DdJ@W~ ~[!JJ~@~ V j\UJJ~lW~iJ u~iJDdJ JANN RUSSELL and the Pantoman iocs return to Houston plus "The Loving Do ll s" I ERNEST INE and JENNIFER GEORGE retu rn to Dal las along w,th NAOMI SIMMS, DONNA DAY, and CARMELITTA The Houston Old Plantation Welcomes The New Miss Goy America Pageant P•l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 41 I stage of the film dresses as the woman and runs about the apart­ment pretending he is her. Po­lanski the actor has been driven to believe that he is the woman. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Roman Polanski has a warped imagination at times. And spurts of near brilliance appear at times. Polanski's film is a visuaJ drama of how one individual can be driv­en mad. At times the film has you on the edge of. your seat, then lapses into a ltate of lack luster. by T. G. Pretender If you've never seen a Roman Polanski film, you must see The Tenant. Roman Polanski, of China­town fame, has now hit the scene as screenwriter, director, and major star of the psychological drama The Tenant. The film also features Shelly Winters, Mel­vyn Douglas, and Isabelle Adjani. In The Tenant the story in­volves a resident tenant in a run­down apartment complex in Paris. This one tenant in particular, a woman with a sheltered past com­mits suicide by leaping out of her window. Through the mercy of fate the woman loves only to the dissatisfaction of Roman Polanski who wants to rent her apartment. You see, apartments in Paris (or Europe) are few and far between. As director Polanski would have it, the woman dies in the hospital. Polanski the actor-star rents the dead woman's apartment and soon begins to realize that all the inhabitants of this apartment house are trying to make him be­lieve that he is the dead woman. They psychologically drive him to believe that he is i1er. They even go to the extreme of leav­ing the dead woman' s belongings in his apartment. Polanski takes an extreme right turn here and lets you see the dead woman come back from the grave. Polanski at this On the overall aspect of the film, it is a feast of a movie. You might say I'm a sucker for any Polanski film. I love his warped way of ~howing his character's attitudes and total movement on the screen. The Tenant is a must see film, but I have to warn you, the film is devastating to your mental outlook on the outside world. ~'\~ I I l l ) I I I l ) I I I l I I l ) I I I l I I I I l I I l l l l l l t t l i l l t l i l l t l ~ ~7~ ~ ~ :: OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK ::: Page 4 i4 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES ACTION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 Houston's LARGEST 25c Movie Arcade! ARIES: Fortunate trends boost your popularity and help you att­ract influential friends. One or the best opportunities to gain the support or an outstanding leader in your field occurs this week. TAURUS: You have an opportunity to make progress in a joint enter­prise. Plan things as carefully as possiJ>le, and do not hesitate to acc­ept the suggestions or partners. Sudden changes in career matters could improve your prospects. GEMINI: Your mind maybe flood­ed with new plans to advance pro­fessional projects. Sift through thwse exciting ideas and select the plan which promises to bring you the greatest advancement in your field and increased earnings. CANCER: Try to remain calm when diffirulties develop between family me, .. bers and people in your neighborhood. Discount all rumors and hearsay; get the facts before you arrive at a decision in the matter. LEO:Overlapping fortunate trends favor creative and artistic efforts. If you have doubts concerning your talent, get the advice of more ex­perienced club members or con­sult and expert. An unbiased app­raisal of your ability might save you time and money. VIRGO: Although yor financial outlook is good, it would be best to keep your spending well within bud­getary limitations, especially when someone you love tempts you to be extravagant. Do not overlook the possibility of discovering profit­able business ventures. LIBRA: Strengthen ties with your business partners and care"r ass­ociates when conditions ma, <>e un­settled. Postpone any efforts to start new projects. Romantic in­terests and artistic efforts may give you a chance for recognition. SCORPIO: Make plans to pursue personal undertakings when you may expect to be uninterrupted. Make new plans now for cooper­ative projects you wish to start. Group activities and social life should be highly favorable for your interests. SAGITTARIUS: Be prepared to deal with problems arising in your oome. There seems to be a great deal of unrest and dissatisfaction amony family members. Some of these difficulties may develop when responsibilities in career matters demand your personal attention. CAPRICORN: Get set for a highly fortunate trend in your family and partne rship enterprises. Take the lead in formulating ambitious plans for the future after you have contacted all interested people for their suggestions. AQUARIUS: Career and financial interests are fortunately accented. but the results may be more satis ­factory if you , oncentrate efforts on these conrerns this week. To get maximun benefits from a priv ­ate venture, finalize the matter be­fore the month"s end. PISCES: Your prospects for ro­mance are excellent the first part or the week. but the trend deter­iorates fast later in the "eek. Career obligations and your com ­mitments to local groups may de­mand all your attention. Re pre­pa red to take ad, dntage of unusual developments. I won't sleep in your bed because the sheets don't match? Dear Aunt Sofa: I understand Iha! the wear­ing of a handkerchief in lhe back pocket symbolize different taste, in sexual orientation. Is this true·. Just what are some of the mean­ings? ADVISE: Below you will find a few of lhe meanings. I had toaskaround, as I myself was not "update" on the answer. I understand that there are some more, but this is all I have been able to come up with at the time. U there are any corrections that need to be made or additions, let me hear from you. Red hanky - left pocket, fistfucker, right, fist fuckee. Mustard - left, wants big one, right has 8" or more. Robins ·i,:g Blue - left, 69er, right anything but 69. Navi Blue - left, fucker, right, fuckee. Light Blue - left, expert cock­sucker, right. needs CS. Orange - left. anything, anytime, right, nothing, now. Yellow - left, golden shower, passer, right. golden shower, re­ceiver. Drab Olive - left, Army or Mar­ine corps. right, likes same. Green - left. hustler, selling, right, trick, buying. Brown - left. shiller, right, shil­tee. White - left, masturbate, self, right, same others. . Grey - left,. into bondage, right, desires bondage. Black - left, whipper, right, what else? Whippee! Dear Aunt Sofa: I have been reading the class­ifieds in some of the "sex" papers and have come across many terms and abbreviations I don't under­stand. Could you possibly give a run down of most of the termin­ology used in these ads? ADVISE: I must admit there are quite a few lingos when it comes to the "classifieds" of all the papers. Here is a run down of some of them: b/d - Bondage and discipline s/m - Sadism and masochism ac/dc - Can perform sexually with both sexes bi - same as ac/dc Versatile - in straight ads can mean the same as ac/dc. In gay ads it usually means a person can go ••fem" or "butch". French active - performs oral sex to partner French passive - receives oral sex from partner Greek active - performs anal sex oo partner Greek passive - you guessed it! Roman - Orgies and grop sex activities Straight - Male/female sex only Water Sports - Enemas Golden Showers - urinating on a person TV - Television or a person who enjoys wearing the clothes of the opposite sex. Toys - sex aids Voyeur - Persons that like to watch sex S.A.S.E - Self Addressed Stamped Envelope presents SAHDJI and TIFFANY JONES Sunday August 8th NO Cover Friday & Saturday 2609 N. Pearl 742-3269 Dallas Mr. Gay America in Dallas Labor Day Weekend The NUNTIUS and the Mr. Gay America Board of Directors are proud to announce the presentation of the 1st annual Mr. Gay America Pageant for 1976 to be held Sep­tember 5, 1976, at the Bayou Land­ing Club in Dallas, Texas. No sponsor is required for contestants, thus opening the pag­eant to all males who wish to en-ter. The Mr. Gay America Pageant will offer the largest cash prizes of any other male contest in the United States. A total of $1150.00 plus medallions will be awarded to the winners. Reserved seating will be lim­ited to 300 people. Reserved seating tickets will cost $6.00 per person, while standing will be $4.00 per person. All tickets will include a biffet and beer bust from 7 to 9 p.m. prior to the contest.' Reserved seat tickets will be available at the Bayou Landing, 2609 N. Pearl St., Dallas, Texas, and will be available by mail or at the front desk. The Mr. Gay America Board of Directors consist of three of the country's best knowledgeable per­sons concerning pageants: Mr. C. J. Harrington, the firts MR. DAVID and co-host of the Club Baths International Cor.test; Mr. Mel Plummer, publisher and ed­itor of the NUNTIUS, plus director of the Mr. and Miss Gay Texas Pageants; and Mr. Tuna Starr, the first Miss Gay Arkansas and High Empress of the Razorback State. These three people have worked with most major pageants across the country and will have full direction of the Mr. Gay Am­erica Pageant. i\()G\~-e'n't\ -eij You know ii when you see if. ....: 0 > >z­0:: 0 .:.I,: (.!) z ::, :I: l­o :I: >­VI ~ :, 0 u ~ 0 ..r:. 0... AFTER DARK Bookshop & Film Gallery 3400 Travis Houston (713) 521-9857 ATLANTA: 1067 Peachtree St. (404) 881-0187 Pog~ 5 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.ER on the top right-hand side of 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 -__':fou~ton,_Jlf~ ~70_06 DALLAS Long term, stable ten­ant wishes to rent desirable house or apt. in Dallas County. New to Texas. Please drop a note to Patrick, Box 411, Syracuse, New York 13206. B 470 Houston Color film am­ateur developer / printer needed. I need someone who is very good in color and some b&w. Will pay well if your work is what I am looking for . Please send one 5x7 color work sample print - it will be re­turned w\.th meeting t\.me and place information. B 471 EI Paso Mexican male, 18, 145#, blk hair, looking for male, drk . hair, moustache and/or beard preferred. Have no money, but am looking for someone to take me in. Really want out of home. No one older than 35. No weird or perver­ted scenes or obese people reply. Enjoy photography, writing, dan­cing, anima ls, music, and getting high occassionally. All serious in­quiries with photo will be ans­wered. Photo exchange if desired. Need not be in El Paso, am will­ing to move to any city. Please re­ply & the r ight person will not be sorry! B 472 Houston Black male, 6'3", 160#, 25, seeks w/m, 25-40, for lasting relationship. I enjo) read­ing, music, and theatre. No s/m or drugs. I'm looking for som1ione who is physically attractive, but more importantly, intellectual. I am butch and I want someone who is butch. French & Greek - I can give and wke. I will answer all. Photo not important, but you are. B 473 Hamilton, Texas White male 22, seeking lasting relationship with the right man. I am 5'8", 175, brown hair and eyes, good build. Please send photo or phone f (both if available.) If you are lonely & want a lasting companion, send me your letter fast. Will answer all. No fats, fems, blacks, or s&m. Page 6 B 469 Austin W/m, 23, 130#, brown hair. Recently moved to the Austin area. Would like to meet other guys for companion­ship and good times. I enjoy mo­vies, music, quiet evenings at home, or going to the bars when I'm not alone. Sincereity will bring a quick response. · B-460 Kingsland, Texas W /m, 32, 5'7", 179#, blonde, Scorpio, looking for sex and friendship near Austin area. Live in the country and love company. Write and tell me about you and let's get together Photos appreciated. ................. . . B-197 kou1ta11, w/ffl, 29, 6', 220, brown hair and eyes, Pisces. Am self employed and enjoy movies, theater, dininc and just life in general .. Would lille to meet w/m 11-3', smooth body with slim build who is Greek active and French passive and active. I eqjoy good company. PWo ii poadle. B-253 Houston W/m 23, 5'11". 155, brown hair and mustache. enjoys French active/passive. Greek passive; occ active. Would like to meet that special gu,, . Prefer intelligent straightappear­ing man 28-36, over 6', dark hair with mustache or beard, sense nf humor with a responsible attitude. I enjoy movies, quiet dinners, thea­ter, reading, cooking, camping and fishing. Looking for a guy "ho believes that life is meant to be shared with someone else. Look­ing for lasting relationship o,- just friends and would enjoy hearing from together guys who think they fit the description. No drugs or s/m please. Photo'if ,possible. B 416 N~ ·0~1e'an~ ·c~ywi,r;, · 5'11", 145#, 25, brown hair and eyes, good body, good in bed. I prefer naking it with guys 25 to 35. U you're attractive and need a versatile male, write me with plioto and phone. I really turn on to dark heads, beards, and moustaches . I enjoy dan­cing, swimming, horeseback rid­ing. This could be a permanent relationship for the right person. I look straight and am honest. Also good looking. Please NO fems, s/m, or b/d. B 439 Brenham - Caldwell Area Sure gets lonesome up her. Am 5'11", 165#, w/m, 37, brown hair, hazel eyes, hot & horney 8", like French & Greek, just good sex. No s/m, fems, fats, hippies, or way outs. W /m only. Love fishing, good music & food, and real com­pany. If you live or visit in my area, let me hear from you. We can meet for a drink - even in Hou­ston - I travel a lot. Have nice home, can entertain. Also like 3 ways. Lets get together! ................ . B-256 Helena Arkansas Desires French or Greek 27, 6', 220, large boned and well proportioned. Enjoy good literature, music, food and most sports. B-341 Ft Worth Young male 27, looking for single or married lad- . ies who enjoy receiving French. Also enjoy bi minded girls make it. Answer all with photo. B-342 Laredo Bi sexual good look­ing 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. NAME: ______________ _ ADDRESS: _____________ _ CITY: ______________ _ STATE: _________ 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 l,IONEY ORDER TO: PLACE YOUR OWN AD USING THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" in theNm1tius · are listed free of chace. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are coded by number and run in theweeldyNun­tius and monthly Nwitius until fur­ther notice from the advertiser or witil three (3) written complaints of not answerinc replies are re­ceived. "Personal Ads" with telephone numbers and/or addresses maybe p!lrchued by tbe week in the weekly Nuntius. Space may be purchased at 10¢ per word, $2.00 minimum. Here's my adwith/withoutpboto(s) I, the undersigned, hereby repre­sent that I am not a ~r, that the pboto(s) (if photo is included) is an actual photoerapb of myself and that all data included in my ad is true and correct. Consent is hereby given for the Nuntius or any other publication as the Nm1tius may s~ fit, or to use for the promotion therof. It is also understood that the Nuntius is com. pletely released from any liability in coMection with transactions that I might have with any person(s) contacted through the Nuntius. I understand that all replies to ads will be forwarded at the rate of $1 per reply. I have read the above and fully understand that the ad copy and photo supplied are in full compli­ance with above. SIGNED THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OUR FILES AND WILL NOT BE PUB­LISHED: NCN11e Address City State Zip Phone Mod 10 Nuntius 4615 Mt Vrrnon Hou,tor T rxo, 77006 B 476 Beaumont W /m, 35, seek­ing white masculine male ? to 22, for permanent relationship or sin­cere houseboy. I enjoy all athletics play tennis & jog. Good situation for coJlege student. No fats, s/m. Write soon & send picture if pos­sible. Reply fee will be returned to sincere replies. B 477 Dallas I am 19, nice look­ing, about 6', and thin with blonde hair. Looking for straight young man under 25 who is (like me) fort­wright, sincere, honest, loving, and life sharing with possible intellect­ual pursuits. I have interests in music and molecular biology. Am only slightly gay and prefer friend­ship on basis of brotherly Jove. Some sexual Jove desirable. No fems or dr"g users. Send a printed reply with photo if possible. B 461 South L~siana Would like to find young man 18-25, to work as house boy. Three bed­room townhouse. Like to have a good time and a Jot of fun. Have own room. Like to travel a few weekends and meet a lot of gays. Live with young lovers that have fun. Photo if possible. We're 23 & 31, good looking. B 0 4i2 · ·0~11~.· ·L~v~r ·w~nied!!! I am looking for a true sincere lover - someone that wants a true Jover who does n.,t trick out or cheat on his Jover. I am 29, 5'4", blue eyes, brown hair. I want someone 25-30, 5'10" to 6'4". If you can relocate, that's okay. No dopers, hustlers, or S&M. Photo a must. B 463 °Ft. wo'rth 0 Tlre·d ~f .ba'r . scene. Young Latin 23, 5'8", 144#, attractive, clean cut, very boyish, sexy, trim, friendly, coop­erative, sincere and affectionate, Looking for more than just a one night stand. No bar-types or pn s . All letters will be answered. aw ·H.;..~to'n · w;'m ,' 21, ·5•io" brown hair, straight apperaing, good build. Tired of bar scene and wants to meet good looking white males 20-27 who are into bare feet. Serious replies with photo get fast reply. Please write - you won't be sorry!!!!! No fats or S & M. 'a te1 New·o~••~•. White·m·a1~. 42, 5'9", 155#, likes music, fish­ing, pets, movies. Drinks mod­erately, no dope. Looking for sincere companionship with man that has common interests. No rems or fats need apply. Picture if possible - no nudes. I don't want to share with the world . . . . . . . . . . . . . B 488 Dallas Black men are more likely to turn me on than anyone else, but all honest re­plies ar~ welcome. I am white, 5'11", 175#, reasonably attractive and .versatile. I am not looking for a together forever relation­ship, yet something more than a one nighter. I am 32, have a good job, am of a generous nature, but not looking to be a sugar daddy. U you are under 45, maybe we can get it together All replies an­swered. Photo appreciated. .......... B 478 Fayetville, Ark. Oisappear. maybe never to return??? On thin side, 29. w/m, 6'6", 170#, red hair, just especially for a w/ m, 24-27, leaning or into feminine side, from 5'5" to 5'9", not exaggerated in flaunting feminine characteristics. not nellie flop about, slender to thin and/or muscular to a degree. liking home life more than public. doesn't mind me having a few drinks, not into drugs please, a good solid "fair in looks" at the least. be will­ing to live here in the Ozar·k Moun­tains - permanent relation:;hip is cared about but it is open, no pro­mises given or asked for - I'm not interested in playing house. Would like a relationship on a more serious base. No butches. please. BC-IOI Houston W/male 37. new to Houston 5'11", average looks seeking female(s) couples for fr­iendship sex (French Greek etc.) No pain, not looking for anyone commercial photo and phone if possible for a meeting if we can get it together. BC-102 Dallas We i.ish to meet couples and bi females, husband will join only at your request for threesome. G-133 San Antonio German House­wife no swinger, 5'4". 108 look­ing for a girlfriend to go arround with and love 45-55. Please write. B-204 Tena City Young white male, 22, 5'9", 124, wishes to meet sincere non fat man white 22-36 for lovers relationship. I love boating, water sking, sports cars and traveling. I'm passive, prefer hairy bodies. Love musk • nd dancing. Send recent full length photo. Virgo Zodiac. Con­tacts be careful, I live with parents. B-311 Houston Working class Heroe will share his world with a student or young employed per­son. I am neat mid age soul, tall, non-short blonde hair, blue eyes. I have Christian beliefs but am tolerant and liberal mind­ed. Love all music, good wine. good rapport and interesting, good looking, nicely built, manly, young IN)'S. No heavy involvement de­sired and no strings attached. My "early everything" Montrose fiat is yours to call home in exchange for minor chores, U you are congenial and could get off to such an arrangement. Prefer not to hear from · heavy dopers, hust­lers, bar fiys or s/m's. Will answer all. Please send detailed letter and phone, OPEN 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. HAPPY HOURS 7 A.M. to NOON and 5 to 8 P.M. TUES. & THURS. All DAY & NIGHT HAPPY HOUR PRICES 1s, bar drinks 6CMbeer BOURBON PUB & PARADE DISCO 801 BOURBON ST.··· NEW ORLEANS 24 HOURS-524-3788 half breed/FT WORTH-B-270 Young half-breed, white and Spa nish male very good looking, 20 5' l 0", 135, smooth suntanned skin I seek affectionate white butch bi gay guys be'ween 18-35 with ver> athletic build for love and friend­ship, maybe lover. Send revealing photo and address and phone with letter stating likes and dislikes, penpals are most welcome. Will answer aJI letters. DON'T keep me waiting. Come on you butch gu, s i, rite. B-162 • Pasadena • Male 28, 5'9", 185, brown hair and eyes would like to meet good looking well built construction guys, (cy­cle riders into leather) weight lifters, and others. No fems. I like a man to look and act like a man. Willing to please. Hot for sex every day. Crazy about hairy chests. Please an­swer with picture if possible. Will answer all. JEM SANITATION Taking Up Where They Left Off 900 Lovett, suite 204 528-8969 Janitorial & Exterminating Services for Bars. Restaurants, Office Buildings, Residences Specializing in Floor Care RcfU01®2 BOOK STORE Open at 10am Iii 4am 7 days a week 900 Lovett Sweet 104 528-8969 Page 7 •· DIRES'FORY IUR II ·IOOI Prnc -172-0076 AMARILLO llLD PLANTATION 1005 N. Filmore 3i2-508I AUSTIN Bars APARTMENT 2828 Rio Grande Al'STIN COUNTRY 600 F. 7th H2-0418 PEARL ST. WAREHOllSt: 1720 La \'ara 478-0176 Organ i zotions ·\l 'STIS ISDt:PENl>t:NT , m1~11·s1TY (' lll' RCII 408 I\ 23rd \l 'STl:S LESBIAN OIH;ASIZATION BOOKSTORE :!00:! 1 :! Guaddlupe (; .\ \' CO~!Ml'NITY SERVICES 2330 Guadalupe ( ;,\Y IIOTLJNt: 477-6699 C~PUS OiRISTI JOLLY JACK rn Peoples 882-0254 PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N Chapparall 882-0046 IW.US Bars BA YOU LANDING 2609 N. 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