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Title The Nuntius Southwest, October 22-29, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date October 22, 1976-October 29, 1976
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • 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 The untiU:8_2 •• 1 ~ 7 • A COMPLIMENTARY NEWSMAGAZINE FOR GAY PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH\VEST The Nuntius Page 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - ·- - - - - - - - - -- I I I I J I I I I I I I I I The Hair Blowoff Cut $3.00 off your hairstyling cost. Receive a free Vidal Sassoon Protein. Conditioner Treatment or $3.00 off a hair cut and blow dry. Just bring this coupon by. Call for an appointment. Alan's Landing, progressive hairstyling for men and women. , __ -- - -- - - - - - I I l I I I - - - - -' THIS SPACE FOR RENT Why Mel's-Tired After having been at the helm, so to speak, it is my pleasure to have Malcolm MacDonald join the staff of the Nuntius as Managing Editor. For over the past year, the Nuntius has been what one might call a one-man operation. As one can hear daily - - "plop plop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief it is!", such is the case of Malcolm joining the staff. By two of us taking over the main control, the Nuntius can reach the goals for which it has been intended since its inception - to become a complimentary newsmagazine for gay people of the Southwest. Some may think and say I am stepping back some, but I can assure you, it will be a step forward. For this week, I willfully relinquish the editor's column to Mr. MacDonald for an opinion Til next week, Why Mal's Hired A few words about the gay pub­lishing business. I am often confron­ted with the task of talking down sen­sational, sometimes malicious gossip abroad in the land about gay publica­tions, who runs them, who writes them, who owns them, and why who owns them owns them. Some of the stories I've heard are. so far fetched as to rival Aggie jokes in contrived structural hu­mor. I'll never forget a conversation with Mr. Bob Clifton (I think that was his name) in the old Farmhouse Club about a year ago. At that time, Mr. Clifton was the publisher of a gay entertainmen1 magazine out of Dallas called TRYST, then into its second, and shall we say last edition. Mr. Clifton was riproar­ing enthusiastic about the idea of cor­nering the market on bar rags in Tex-as. He had a good publication, and I have never really come to any con­crete explanations for its abrupt fail - ure, with exception to what I saw in him as eagerness to a fault. But I winced as he went into a long tirade against his closest rival, This Week In Texas, and its publisher Lyle Black. Mr. Clifton told me a lot of things I didn't know about Lyle, and had never even imagined. Lyle, for instance, wa::. suppose to have gotten the money to start TWIT from kingpin figures in the "gay mafia", among them Jack Campbell of Florida, president of the Club Bath Chain, which was supposedly elemental in the plans of Mssrs. Campbell, Black, and others unnamed, to take over the gay bath business, and thence the world. TWIT was, supposedly, the brainchild of ''the people in Flo:rida'' to promote, propagandize, aid and abett, in any and every way possiblein print, the ends of the Club Bath Chain and its principal owners. All the money that TWIT was to generate in revenue was systematically salted away into a sort of grand slush fund, which, in ways I never dreamed of, absorbed the astro­nomical entertainment expenses of the CBC owners, managers, and their "backers" who were another story altogether. They got all the free ads they wanted. At their whims, veritable media blitzes of bad publicity were to be launched ·against citizens of justi­fiably good repute; who may or may not have been in the way of, or com­petitors with the Club Bath Chain. Careers could be ruined, businesses closed, credit ratings upended, and lives snuffed out ... and so on and so on. Well, enough! The story related by Mr. Clifton, with respect to his probable good faith that it was a true one, was just plain science fiction. I don't think he made it up all by himself, and further I don't think there's any telling just who did. I further regret having to illus­trate a point with it, lest anybody take any of it seriously. It so happened, and Mr. Clifton was The Nuntius unaware of the fact, that J was a con­tributing editor to TWIT at the time. Actually, there wasn't much of a staff - just Lyle and his lover, and Henry Par­ker (now editor of the Montrose Star), myself, and another mor.e prolific wri­ter who shouldered the major burden of writing what got printed in the mag­azine, and be~ause he is a better writer than I am, whose name I will forget to mention. , I was involved· enough with the magazine to know a smidgen about its beginnings, and hence to know that Lyle had begun it with a few hundreddollars and a lot of hard work. Which is how all of the existing magazines in Texas were begun. Just that. I had known Lyle Black for about a year before I heard the story, and had grown to respect him as a man of reasonable good taste, practical i.,ndul­gence, great patience, and impeccable ethics. He wasn't a crook, or I would not have worked for him. Perhaps, contrary to popular belief, Lyle never made a mint with TWIT, and I don't think he ever really hoped to. But he managed to make a living. TWIT was sold shortly after its first anniversary, and the staff disbanded to their sep­arate preoccupations. It is unfortunate that the publications of our genre, with so much of their at­tention devoted to detail and accuracy in the news, should be so cloaked in misapprehension, mystery, and inac­curacy. Stories similiar to the one I related above are heavy in circulation, and every bar guide has its dubious reputation. And we all suffer by it. When the integrity of a publication is attacked, its income is bound to dwindle . In this respect, it is easier prey for rumor than a gay bar or restaurant. Competition is healthy for publi­cations. I.t keeps them keen. I sincere!: believe that there's more than enough room for more than one newspaper or magazine in this part of the country. We journalists are timid souls, averse to machine guns and violin cases, and seldom liable to blow a competitor's office off the map. It is with a neces- Page 4 sary spirit of cooperation that we seek out talent in the community, and a col­lective need to survive that we com­pete for advertising. And as your pub­lications, though we seldcm admit it, we respect each other for being in the business. The NUNTIUS is published weekly in Houston, Texas, at 4319 Montrose Blvd., Houston, Texas 77006, 713/ 522-5609. The official 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 double spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as drawings and photographs is encouraged. Un­used material will be promptly re­turned (please enclose a self as­dressed envelope). The NUNTIUS does not assume responsibility for unsolicited material. Advertising rates upon request. SUBSCRIBE! ~'-----------­ADORE~-------- --- CITY: ___________ _ STATE: _______ ZIP: ____ _ YHI I WOUlD LIKf TO SUBSCRIBE TO NUNTtuS Weekly for ( l 3 MONTHS - S 7.50 ( ) 6 MONTHS - 15.00 ( ) 1 YEAR - 30.00 MAIL OtECIC OR WJNEY ORDER TO: NUNTIUS 4 -- . . Leslie freed i ALL IBE NEWS THAT -~EES youth held A ·Houston man who was charged with sexual abuse of a minor, a felony in the · state of Texas, had all charges dropped against him in a pre-trial hearing after Assistant District Attorney Bill Taylor termed the 15 year old witness as "un­believeable.'' Charges had been brought against Don Leslie and prosecution was being done in the 185th Criminal Court of the Honorable Judge George L. Walker. In the past few months in Houston, similiar charges had been brought about on other men after a rash of minor sex­ual abuse had been brought about by a . police "witch hunt." The prosecution's main witness was 15 year old Jody Rhyne who had been in­volved in approxim~ly UJ arrests by · Houston police officers in the past two years. Attorney Sam Wilson, counsel for the defense, said that the prosecution moved for dismissal of all charges when the young boy was put on the wit­ness stand and began contradicting his own testimony and previously sworn statement. Judge Walker, when learning that the youth was not in the possession of juvenile authorities, had him placed in the hands of county juvenile officers. This was the first trial of many to come of men charged with sexual mis­conduct with minors and was keenly watched by other defense ,attorneys. Report touts liberal sex . London - The British lfome Office has received a report urging sweeping changes in laws governing sexual con­duct. The report was filed by the National Council for Civil Liberties and calls for, among other things, equality under the law for both homosexuals and heter­osexuals, lowering the age of consent to 14, repeal of laws against obscene pub­lications and repealing the law against incest. , According to NCCL, the main ob-jective behind the report is " ; . . to give each individual the right to con­duct his or her own sex life as is chosen. "Such freedom of choice is resis­ted because it is assumed, almost with out discussion, that a person is happier if his or her sex activities are limited to a monagamous pair bond relationship with someone of the opposite sex." The report discounts that theory. It states: "In reality, this is the solution that most people will choose. But this does not ~ve them_ the right to demand legal restraints for those who make a different choice.'' 1 • _ While commenting public opinion probably wouldn't allow it, the report states the age of consent law should be· abolished to be "consistent with modern knowledge about child development.'' Unbecumming?_ The British armed services have been rocked by a gay scandal - this time involving the RAF and RN: A number of junior airmen at,.a base near London have been inter­viewed. Police have taken possession of several letters sent to the young ser­vicemen from business men. Meanwhile, a British Navy chief pet ty officer was demoted and stripped of his good conduct medal for kissing a­nother sailor in the Gunga Din Bar, in New Orleans. Chief Petty Officer Jo~n Bodymore, 36-, told a court martial at Devonport that he kissed the dailor, an · 18 year old mechanic, to show him what is was like to be kissed by some­one with no teeth. Bodymore said that he had lost his false teeth the.-previous evening while balancing them on his nose at a party. Captain Brian Outwaite, prosecuting, said Bodymore and six sailors from the frigate Danae were on shore leave in New Orleans when the incident hap­pened in the Bourbon St. Bar. The other sailors had been shocked by the kiss, which .they said was prolonged . . Bodymore was demoted to petty officer­and deprived of his good conduct medal. The Nuntius Take a boat, catch a plane! ■ A small victory was won by the pe­ople in this small city when the Navy Department informed Ms. Patricia Veldon that she will be retained in the Navy even though an administrative "discharge" board recommended her removal. According to the Armed Services Informer, a publication of gay service people, "the Navy Department refuses comment on its decision to keep Veldon in the service ref erring to its limita­tions under the Privacy Act.'' The Armed Services Informer fur­ther adds, "At first the Navy felt it could discgarge Veldon on the basis of unfitness feeling that she had in­volved herself in homosexual acts. They quickly, changed it to only ten­dencies when they founf that the evi­dence just wasn't there, Veldon sup­porters and her attorney, Carol Scott, were prepared to take the case to the courts if the Navy Department approved the decision of the "discharge board " ■ A civil rights complaint has been filed against Northwest Orient Airlines in Seattle by a pilot who believes he was fired because of his homosexuality. Gary Hunt, a Seattle resident, said he was harassed "like mad" after mak­ing public his gayness. Hunt, aiong with six other -Northwest pilots, have formed the Gay Airline Pilots Assoc­iatipn to combat such harassment. Northwest has alleged Hunt refused to take an "instant physical", an ex­amination that is given to pilots with­out prior notice. Dennis Lange, his captain, testi­fied before the arbitration hearing that Hunt's pe.rformance was above average and was very conscientious. Hunt made the highest score possible on an aptitude test when applying for a pilot's job with Northwestern and was graduated as the top academic student in his fUght train­ing class. - ... -- -.- - -... -,. ... .,. .. Saulee,c'esl bOn: For whatever it's worth, we're told the best method for maintaining the po­tency of marijuana in cooking is to sau­tee the pot in butter. This is the latest advice from High Times magazine in explaining why some pot receipes pack a wallop in the .heads of the diners, while others, using the same amount of grass, fail to-pro­duce the slightest buzz. The High Times cooking editors report that T.H.C., the active ingred­ient in pot, is soluble, and therefore is more readily assimilated after hav­ing been prepared in fat, oil, or alco­hol. The editor's advice is that in cooking pot, sautee it in butter or oil with the onions first, and then add the other in­gredients. ''David •.. you ,spose we can do this easier on a waterbedl,, ~e.rrl . I*~ LON.E ~AR 6431 Westheimer • Houston * 789-5463 • -.. --. 0 ;) ....._ V) ..~..... ::t 0 u The Nuntius Page 7 PORNOGRAPHY You know it when you see it. AFTER DARK Bookshop & Film Gallery 3400 Travis Houston (713) 521-9857 ATLANTA: 1067 Peachtree St. (404) 88/-0187 -Sal.I · The Nuntius CoverBoy This issue's Cover Boy should read Cover Man. This 6'1" cowboy is from Somerville, Texas. His name - Sterling Howard. 900 Lovett Blvd./Houston OPEN 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. Sterling works on a ranch just on the outskirts of Somerville where he works as a ranch hand and spends much of his day in the saddle. He says he enjoys the outdoors, but some evenings get quite lonely in the real country. Sterling was born and raised out­side of the big cities and still has to make his first trip into the big towns HAPPY HOURS 7 A.M. to NOON and s ·to 8 P.M. TUES. & THURS. ALL DAY & NIGHT HAPPY HOUR PRICES 75, bar drinks so, beer of Houston, Dallas, and Austin. I'm sure when this blue eyed cowboy finally comes to town - he'll get a real warm reception. SOUTH'S LARGEST Most DISCO Latest Unique Dimension In Disco Lighting OPENING SOON DALLAS -• The Nuntius Page 9 ,, -~~· ' The Nuntius Page 10 Dear Aunt Sofa: I don't mean to sound overly dra­matic but I seem to have problems in my h;ad that I can't seem to get straigh ­tened out. I'm gay, but that isn't really my problem - I think. Sometimes I get overcome with just plain loneliness. I don't have a lover; and am not particularly looking fo,r one, but who wouldn't turn, one down if the right per­son came along. I supnosedly have friends, but they on1y seem to be around when they need something or someone to cry on. I guess what I'm trying to say, unfortunately I feel I'm becoming rep ­ititious, is that I need someone to run to and sit and talk with just like my "friends" do with me. As long as the party is going on, there is always a body around. Now it's my turn to be down and out, but there's no party for me to run to and cry my eyes out. I don't know if it's help or just plain sympathy I am looking for. Right now the world seems to have collapsed around me and I feel awfully alone. ADVISE: You never went into just what your "problems" are that seem to have you so dowr: and out, but from your state of mind, I would suggest that you seek pro­fessional counseling to help find out just what it is that seems to have you down. When it comes to shoulders to CQ on , that why they call me Aunt Sofa. I usually get all the sobs and tears. I'm not complaining about it, or I wouldn't be doing this column, and sometimes a warm feeling comes over me after I feel I have accomplished something by helping someone out. But when I think it out strong and neavy, Aunt Sofa is sort of alone in this big wide world too. If you really need some help and can't find it, get back with me - call the paper and ask for me to get back in touch with you. We may not be able to solve the prob­lems of the world together, but maybe by talking things out we can make the sunrise a little rosier today than what it was yesterday. Dear Aunt Sofa: A long while back, you ran an ar­ticle on ''poppers'', and it was asked if was truly an aphrodisiac. Could you please re-run it for me, as some one I know seems to use it too much and doesn.~t realize the dangers of it. ADVISE: I am more than happy to re-run the article on amyl nitrate more common!~ known as poppers. There are many dif­ferent brands of "artificial" poppers on the market today, but just because of tht. fact that it isn't actualiy amyl doec;; not , make it any less dangerous. Now that.· I have said my piece - here's your re­quest: Amyl Nitrate is a relaxer of invol­untary muscles, and often prescribed as medication for angina pectoris, and otli.er chest -pains. It comes in "pop:­pers'' which when snapped open and breathed, provide a rapid burst of en­ergy and seeming ecstacy. As an· aphrodisiac, it has often been used by gays involved in the drug culture. During sex and just before orgasm. they breathe in the vapors, and re­portedly exp.erience a more intense orgasm. Medical researchers say this is a phallacy, and the effects are the disorientation the drug causes. Also, this drug is dangerous when abused, and is capable of inducing heart at­tacks. Hardly a price to pay for a momentary pleasure. 524-9337 MEN, of Houston eos WE,'- T HEIMER • I The Nuntius BOURBON PUB & PARADE DISCO 801 BOURBON ST. ···NEW ORLEANS 24 HOURS - 524-3788 Page 11 ANSWER A CONFIDENTIAL AD Address an envelop~ to us at the address shown below; inside, place ·an unaddreued BLANK envelope with the CODE NUMBER on the top . right hond side of the envelop• (which should be sealed with your reply In­side) and enclose a 13¢ stomp and $1.00 for each letter you wish forwarded. MAIL TO1 NUNTIUS 4319 Montrose Blvd. Houston, Texas 77006 M-103 Houston W /m, 6'2,,, exper­ienced master. Looking for young (20's) butch slave. Experience help­ful, but not necessary - will train. No drugs, no fats. Will give you all you can take and make you beg for more. Tell me about yourself and enclose photo. Phone number for fast response. M-104 New Orleans W /m, 29, It. brown hair, blue eyes, 6', 160#, would like to meet young straight appearing w /m 20 to 35 who is tired of playing bar games. Am very attractive, but I am still lone]y. Enjoy staying home with right person. Prefer dark hair, mustache, under 6'. Photo a must. M-100 Austin Is San Antonio area W /m, 32, blonde, 5'7", 1791, looking for gay or bi male to live in and do minor chores. If you're 16 - 28, send revealing · ·p~oto, address, and phone. Need to be hot & horny. I love sex. Right person will not be sorry. Lets get together. M-102 Plano- Ricbardson--N. Dallas W /m, 27, 6', 169#, It. brown hair; blue eyes, considered good looking, would like to hear from serious mind­ed people in area. In erested in art, antiques, clocks, and people. Travel often to Houston area and Austin & would be interested in hearing from people in those areas also. Pen pals ok. Race no barrier. Descriptive letter with photo and phone will re­ceive same. All letters will be answered. All PERSONAL ADS are listed free of charge. No FREE ad Is printed with telephone num­ber or addr•••• All ads are coded by number and run in the Nuntius until further noti-ce from the advertiser or unti I three (3) written complaints of not answering replies are re­ceived. Personal Ads WITH telephone numbers and/or addresses may be purchased by the week at 10¢ per word, $2.00 minimum. Here'• my ad with/without photo. I, the un­dersigned, hereby represent that I am not a minor, that the photo (If included) Is an act­ual photograph of myself and that all data included In my ad is true and correct. Consent is hereby given for the Nuntius or any other publication as the Nuntius may see fit, or to use for the promotion thereof. It is also understood that the Nuntius is completely re­leased from any liability in connection with transactions that I might have with any person contacted through the Nuntius. I understand that all replies to ads will be forwarded at the rate of $1.00 per reply. I have read the above and fully understand that the ad copy and photo supplied are in full compliance with the above. SIGHE-:,:D;;.._ ____________ _ , THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OUR FILES AND WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED. Nam•----------------~ AddrHs _______________ _ City __________ Zip ____ _ Mall to: NUNTIUS 4319 Montrose Blvd. Houston, Texas 77006 I The Nuntiu·s . .. J .. ~ .. . ·I Tidewater, Virginia Area W /m, 21, seeks local friends & pen pals any­where. Am especially interested in meeting those of my own age. Inter­ested in camping, hiking, spelunking, and photography. Am attending college. Military students especially welcome. Stuart Lane, POB 1024, Chesapeake, Va. 23320. Photo if possible. M-105 Houston White, bi-male, stu­dent, 20, 135#, 5'10", attractive and active, wishes to meet guys and gals for mutual fun. Photo ok, but not necessary. But phone, address, name, & resume is. Hurry up. I'mprepared. Prefer slim and under 25 only. Fats or fems need not write. M-107 Waco Well hung, w/m, 18, into J/o. Wants to exchange exciting letters and very sensuous photos with other studs who are intoj/o, vibrators, sex toys, etc. Photo a must. Will answer all. Any age or race ok. Houston - For Sale - Houston - For Sale Raleigh, 28", 10 speed bike in good con­dition, needs minor adjustments. $60 Call 713/522-5609 and ask for Mel. M-106 Houston 39 year old white male business man. Educated, sophis­ticated traveler, wants company and affection of young man 21-25. Prefer well built, well hung, non-smoker who enjoys concerts, plush restaurants, . traveling, and othe·r good things of life. No bar scene. Will answer all replies, out of town included. Little Rock, Ark. Area W /m 20 5'10" , l 70#, blonde hair and g'r een' eyes. Sincere, honest, and discreet. Many interests and hobbies. Wish to meet YOWlg male up to 30. No blacks. Roger Cross, FR 494-62-5532, PSC POB 2412, Little Rock AFB, Arkan­sas 72076. Tim IS PETER I am an Australian who will be vis­iting America and would like to meat some horny guys between 17 ·and 25 for making out. Your picture gets mine by return mail. Masculine, butch guys only. Jason, Box 280, North Adelaide, 5006 S.A. Australia. 2203 WestheimerRd. at Greenbriar Houston 11-108 Houston W /m, 32, 6'3", 165#, average looks, very clean. Would like to meet yo\Ulg gay fox for occassional sex. Prefer thin, clean body. Long hair ok, but no facial hair. Willing to experiment into other things with right man. Please include photo with reply. Looking for fantastic fantasy letters. Into all kinds of sex from j/ o to far out. Pix a must! Mike Burden, POB · 64531, Baton Rouge, La. 70896. M-181 Oklahoma CiQ-, Oklahoma W /m, 6'1/2'', 145, would like to meet gay or bi men between 18 & 27 yrs. old. I am interested in meeting guys for fun & games. No fems, fats, s/m, b/d, gs. Must be good looking and honest. I am very lonely, so please . hurry. Please send photo with letter. All letters will be answered. Photo will be sent if interested. Young 1ay wants hot j/o letters and stories exchanged with hung studs, with wild imiginations. Tom Bolster, POB 78, Purchase, NY 15077. The Nuntius Listed here ore bars, baths, bookstores, retoi I shops, and services which THE NUNTIUS recommends to the readers across the Southwestern United States. Al I listings ore checked periodically, so changes ore mode regularly to keep our listings both accurate and dependable. Listings in the Directory ore FREE and you would like to hove your establishment listed, please write to: DIRECTORY c/o The Nuntius 4319 Montrose Blvd. Houston, Texas 77006 AMARILLO· OLD PLANTATION 1005 N. Filmore 372-S081 AUSTIN AUSTIN COUNTRY 705 Red River 472-0418 PEARL STREET WAREHOUSE 1720 LoVoco 478-0176 PRIVATE CELLAR 1221 West 6th 477-0387 THE NEW APARTMENT 2828 -Rio Grande 478-0224 CORPUS CHRISTI JOLLY JACK .. 411 Peoples 882-02S4 DALLAS Bors BON SOIR 4S27 Cole S26-9432 BRASS RAIL 2513 N. Fitzhugh CHUCK'S 3019 Haskell 526-9329 CREW'S INN 3229 N. Fitzhugh 526-9~20 CREW'S INN II 311 S Live Oak 824-9043 EN-TRE HUIT 3116 Live Oak 823-0423 HIGHLAND 3018 Monticello 526-9551 JUGS 3218 N. Fitzhuth 526-9283 OLD PLANTATION 1807 N. HarwoCHI 651-1988 OLIVE BRANCH SALOO:, 2822 McKinney 823-0921 ONE WAY INN 2509 N. Fitzhugh 824-9227 Pa'ge i4 RAMROD . 3224 N. Fitzhugh 526-9110 SERVICE STAflON 3215 N. Fitzhugh 526-9025 SUNDANCE KIDS · . 4025 Mople 526-9173 SWAMP TRASH . 3014 Throckmorton 526-9184 TERRY'S MAIL BOX 2515 N. Fitzhugh 824•9126 TERRY'S RANCH 4117 Mople 526-9302 T. J,'S 3307 McKinney S26-9638 TOOL BOX 1804 N. Harwood 748-2054 VILLA FONTANA 131S Skiles 823-0732 Baths BATCHELORSQUARTERS 122S Skiles 823-0432 CLUB DALLAS 2616 Swiss Ave. 821-1990 EL PASO APARTMENT . 804 Myrtle S22-7175 PE"t SHOP 800 E. San Antonio 523-9721 TIME MACHINE 207 E. San Antonio 532-0820 FT.WORTH AUB'S 1308 St. Louis 927-9220 BAILEY ST. WHEREHOI.JSE 259 Bailey St. 33S-0232 500 CLUB 506 W. Magnolia 335-0692 REGENCY 1812 Hemphill SHOWBOAT 303 Throckmorton 335-0064 651 CLUB 651 S. Jennings 332--0745 SWITCH 131.3 Hemphill 927-9523 T. J.'S BACKDOOR 5536 Jaxboro Hwy. 624-0603 GALVESTON Bars DOLPHIN ROOM S.awal I Hotel 1702 Seowall Blvd. FRUIT JAR 2214 Mechanic 763-6319 KON TIKI 220 23rd 763-9031 MARY'S II 2502 Ave. 1 Q~ ROBERT'S LAFITTE 409 Rosenberg 763-9507 Bath KON TIKI BATHS 220 23rJ 763-4700 The Nuntius HOT SPRINGS, ARK. PEACOCK LOUNGE 220 Central Ave. HOUSTON Bars Businesses AH MEN ' 805 Weathelmer 524-9337 ALANS LANDING .Hair Styling 4532 Beechnut 666-0887 C. J:•s BOUTIQUE 2606 Peckham 524-6472 CITY PRINTERS , 4319 Montroae 527-9850 CLOTHES CIRCUIT 900 Lovett 527-0553 .J EM SANITATION BARN 3400 Mantroae Suite 305 710 Pacific 526-9427 528-8969 BRIAR PATCH O. K. KLEANING SERVICE 2294 Holcomb11 665-9678 529-9382 DEP0$ITORY RON ORUC FLORIST 2606 Peckham 527-0260 900 Lovett 526-0525 DETOUR .THE HUNTIUS 1504 Westhelmer 528-9552 4319 MantraH 527-9850 EXILE THIS WEEK IN TEXAS 1017 Bell 226-8608 1110 Lovett 527-9111 FILLING STATION 1801 Richmond 528-8523 Restaurant GALLEON 2720 Richmond 528-8787 TOOTER'S HORN-IT 2203 Weatheimer 524-9327 1430 Aldin• Mall Rd. 442-94SY . Hl ,LITE RANCH 6100 S. 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