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Title The Nuntius Southwest, August 13-20, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date August 13, 1976-August 20, 1976
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
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Transcript JICTION OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK LARGEST ARCADE INHOUSTONI 2 MINI THEATRES 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 OFFERING A WIDE SELECTION OF GAY BOOKS ANO MAGAZINES WITH A HOT ACTION MOVIE ARCADE ... THE LARGEST ARCADE IN HOUSTON! The AUGUST 13 - 20, 1976 IJNTIIJS The Southwest's Only ~ekly Gay Newspaper FROM THE EDITOR MISS GAY AMERICA 1976 CROWNED Now that the first BIG pageant is now behind us, it is just about time for Mr. Gay Texas (Aug. 19th in Houston) and Mr. Gay America (Sept. 5th in Dallas) to be hitting the boards. The Miss Gay Amer­ica Pageant last weekend in Hou­ston was an overwhelming success and the turn out this year was tre­mendous. On behalf of Norma Kristie and myself, many thanks go out to the following: Ron Oruc & Associates Floral Designers, Sally' s, The Locker, The Old Plan­tation, The Pet Shop in El Paso, Cruise magazine in Atlanta, the Bourbon Pub in New Orleans, and Tooter's Restaurant. These bus­inesses helped with the sponsor­ship of the Pageant, and without them it would not have taken place. Many thanks for their support! As mentioned above, don't forget Mr. Gay Texas will be on Thursday, August 19th at the OP in Houston. Some really hot, and I mean hot numbers have already entered, and it should be quite a show. Michael Andrews, the new Miss Gay America, will be appearing at the Bayou Landing in Dallas this Sunday along with Sahdji. Don't miss it. And for those of you in Hou­ston wondering about the clean­liness of some of Houston's bars lately ... well, JEM Sanitation is cleaning up the town like crazy! And After Dark Bookstore & Film Gallery ... well, what can I say? It is certainly more than just another bookstore. With a fantastic sound system overhead and the lar­gest and cleanest booths anywhere, it certainly has brought new inno­vations to bookstores in Houston. And while talking about book­stores, R U I 2 at 900 Lovett is one of the hottest of the smaller, more "intimate" places around. It should be a big show in both the Dallas and Houston Old Plantations this weekend. In Dal­las, the Houston cast of Ernestine, Houston, Tx. The New Miss Gay America Pageant presented Miss Gay America 1976 before full houses for three nights at the Old Plantation Club in Houston. Twen­ty- nine contestants from over the United States competed for the cov­eted title. After two hard nights of pre­liminary judging, eleven semi­finalists were named to compete on the final night of competition. After all eleven contestants had finished competing in evening gown, sportswear, and talent, five finalists were announced to answer a live interview question on stage. The five finalists were Lady LaRey, Miss Gay California, Lotese Chevron Miss Congeniality Jennifer George, Donna Day, Jes­sica . Landa, Naomi Simms, and Carmelitta will be appearing. In Houston Jann Russell and the Pan­tomanics featuring Kandi Delight, Shalimar, and Alan Allison with the "Living Dolls" will be pre­miering. Don't forget that tal­ent night will be beginning on Tuesday night, August 17th at the Houston OP. Til next week, ''aRonda! ,, etecf rol9sis clermanenl «Kair ~emovaf l-ow prices for. Expert, Professional Services FREE consultotion and sample treatment in complete privacy. $ 5.00 - 15 minutes $10.00 - 30 minutes $15.00 - 60 minutes After 6:00 p.m. By appointment only Call: 713/ 522- 4517 527-0240 Naomi Simms, Miss Gay Texas, Michael Andrews, Miss Gay South, Donna Day, Miss Soul of the South­land, and Erika Lane, Miss Dallas­Ft. Worth Metroplex. After the closest balloting ever in the history of the pageant, Michael Andrews was crowned the new Miss Gay America. Naomi Simms was 1st runner-up and Erika All contestants had previously Lane was 2nd runner-up. competed in categories on stage, and were also judged in male in­terviews twice and once in a female interview. Miss In the balloting among the con-testants, Latese Chevron of Daytona Beach, Florida, was named Miss Congeniality. In preliminary judging, Misty LaMour, Miss Gay Alabama, and Michael Andrews won trophies in Sportswear, while Naomi Simms and Donna Day won the talent com­petition. The three day extravaganza was emceed by the former Miss Gay Americas, Norma Kristie, Lady Baronessa, Shawn Luis, and Dani Diletto, along with Mr. Tuna Starr, Grand Empress of Ar­kansas, and the Old Plantation's Jennifer George and Ernestine. Contestants in this year's pageant came from California, Alabama, Michigan, Texas, Okla­homa, Georgia, Tennessee, Flor­ida, and Louisiana. • Michael Andrews, Miss Gay America 1976 with dance part­ner Dickie Christopher. Erika Lane (left) Second Run­ner- Up to Miss Gay America. Naomi Simms First Runner-Up The NUNTIUS Southwest is published 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-~ articles, letters, etc., are tbose 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 adver­tisinc in the NUNTIUS is no in­die ation of the sexual orientation of such persons or organizations. Submission of double spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as drawincs and photographs ·is en­couraged. Unused material will be promptly returned (please en­close a self addressed stamped envelope with correct postage.) The NUNTRJS does notassumere­sponsibility for unsolicited mater­ial. Advertisinc rates upon re­quest. KARLA JAY SHINES ON TOMORROW PET ROCK OWNERS UNITE!!!! On Thursday, June 24, Karla Jay, co-editor of Out of the Clos­ets: Voices of Gay Liberation and After You're Out, David Goodstein, editor of the Advocate, and Adrian Scott, editor-in-chief of Blueboy, appeared on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow show. The segment, part three of a series, on "The Sex Business in Amer­ica" featured a tour through the gay world. Lesbian/activist Karla Jay was significantly more eloquent and articulate than her two male cohorts. During a discussion of labels used for gays, Ms. Jay said that in the strictest sense of the word, she was not a les­bian, that is to say a native of the Island of Lesbos ( a Greek island now off the coast of Tur­key in the Adriatic Sea. The island was purportedly a haven for homosexual women, most notably the poetess Sappho - Ed.) Asked by Snyder if she was happy (gay) 100% of the time, Karla re­sponded, "No, just 95% of the time." A confrontation shortly en­sued between the two men and Karla Jay Karla over the question of how wealthy gay people are. Adrian Scott said that gay people on the whole had more money to spend because they didn't have the re­sponsibilities of a spouse or children. Ms. Jay retorted that historically there's always been the straight men and their women. She doesn't want it to be gay males and their women.Karla pointed out that lesbians are also discrimi­nated against as women, and thus make substantially lower salar­ies, so they are not included when others talk about "wealthy gay people." The subject then turned to effeminacy where Scott made so much of a point emphasizing that not all gay people were effemi­nate that Ms. Jay rose again to the occasion that effeminate people like women "truck drivers" and others have a right to be the way they are.. .. , During the course of the show Snyder also conducted a live inter­view with two members of the New York gay scene. Part of this seg­ment featured on-the-spot action in one of New York's gay discos. ~ 8 :z: z► i .8. "After the show I shall be famished ... We must go to Tooter's!" Tooters Restaurant 2203 WESTHEIMER AT GREENBRIAR HOUSTON TX 524-9327 Interestingly, one of the bar own­ers interviewed said straight trade in gay bars was a neces­sary and positive factor in good business. Back in the studio Snyder in­quired of Goodstein and Scott if th,ey had ever featured any straight national advertisers. Goodstein said, "Summarily, no," claiming that many are afraid of tarnishing their image. Then, point blank, Snyder drilled Goodstein with the follow­ing: "Are you in this for the mo­ney or the Movement?" To which Goodstein replied, " I don't feel they twd are mutual­ly exclusive." . . . Karla Jay just smiled ... It was all a matter of political consciousness. (Reprinted from High Gear, Cleveland, Ohio) Pet rock owners who find their stones a little dull lately now have a chance to subscribe to The Pet Rock News. The bi-monthly news letter features articles on how to clothe your rocks, advice on whether or not you should take your pet rock to the office, and other handy items. Wh knows? The newsletter may soon carry anecdotes on pet rocks, such as the pet rock that tried to attack a turtle. The eight page Pet Rock News can be obtained from Milton Ri­back, 20 E. St., New York, N. Y., 10016. I won't sleep ill your becl becas, tit, skeets clotl't •arch? Whenever if he urge ari•s es. I I I AFTER DARK Bookshop & Film Gallery 3400 Travis Houston (713) 521-9857 ATLANTA: 1067 Peachtree St. (404) 881-0187 P93 Houston Gay Population Over the past few years the gay population has been estimated to be the second largest in the United States behind that of San Francisco. But what actually is that estimated count? Houston is now the fifth lar­gest city in the U. S. with an estimated population of 2.5 million people. Of the 2.5 mil­lion only 50% are estimated to be adults, leaving a total of 1.25 million adults. A national survey has esti­mated that only 4 % of the popu­lation nationally is homosexual. But in metropolitan areas the per centage of homosexuals rises to 6% of the population. Thus working with the 6 per cent figure, it can be estimated that a total of 75,000 homosexuals reside in the greater metropolitan area of Houston. One would figure that out of 75,000 people gay establishments would be thriving with such a busi­ness. But that fact is far from being true. Only an estimated 10,000 people are bar goers, with only half of that figure being what is referred to as "regular" bar goers. 1>EACOCk LOUNGE 220 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Ark. So surprisingly as it may be, in what is the nation's second largest colony·of homosexuals, only a small per centage are what can be called "liberated" or outgoing homosexuals who regularly support gay estab­lishments. So what many think is a gold mine for gay establishment owners is actually a battle field for cus­tomers. Don't ever think that a business has all the customers it can handle, as the crowds in gay establishments come and go as often as the tide washes in and out. City Pri11ters and Typesetters •l-319 Montrose Bh·d Houston 517-HS0 ''Occupation? .•• Female Impersonator." ~as~ (Hi~ ~~A~~la~~G~ DALLAS 1807 N. Harwood 651-1988 HOUSTON 2020 Kipling 522-2353 lf[}-0~ ~@lWlf~W~~,ra~ ~lW~~OO l!?)U~t@~g HAWAD LAW CHALLENGED A Hawaii man has thrown a legal challenge to that state by challenging that its marijuana laws pose a public health hazard. Walter Bachman, the twenty­seven year oid manager of the University of Hawaii's campus ra­dio station, was arrested last May after he reported to police the theft of marijuana plants he had been cultivating. Bachman was charged with the third degree promotion of a detri­mental drug, a petty dismeanor in Hawaii. If found guilty, he faces a maximum penalty of a $500 fine and 30 days in jail. In a hearing this month before MADALYN FOR GOVERNOR (ZNS) Will Texas have the fir:;t atheist gQ\·ernor? Madalyn Murray O'Hair, who brought the 1960 civil suit which resulted in the Supreme Court de­cision banning compulsory prayers in public schools, says she's going to run for Governor of Texas. O'Hair, a self-described athe­ist, says she doesn't particularly want the highest office in that state. Instead, she merely wants to get a count of the Texas athe­ist population, whom O'Hair be­lieves will flock to her banner. a district court judge, Bachman, however, argued that Hawaii's marijuana laws were not only "un- - reasonable and unconstitutional", but that they posed a genuine health hazard. Bachman, says that he smokes about two "joints" a day to cor­rect digestive problems caused by a surgical operation several years ago. Bachman argued that "for me, tne state law is dangerous be­cause I use marijuana as a medi-cine." Another example, Bachman says, is the case of a terminal cancer patient in Hawaii who used marijyana in her tea as a pain­killer and appetite stimulant. That woma!J was denied access to the substance after her husband was bysted for growing marijuana in their back yard and, the station manager claims she subsequently 900 Lovett Bhd./Houston "suffered a relapse when the plants were confiscated." Says Bachman, "The law for­bids the use of T.H.C. in this state. So, in my estimation, the law is promoting cancer." Bachman is scheduled to appear for an August 26th hearing, during which he says he will introduce considerable evidence proving that marijuana is not harmful, and in some cases, can be medically helpful. lii1NTIIJS ~ -MR. GIIY TEXIIS 1976 August 19, 1976 flil£ela ~ Houston MR. GAY TEXAS 1st RUNNER UP 2nd RUNNER UP RESERVED SEATING $3 00 $200 $125 $ 7S Tickets and Entry Forms available at The Old Plantation, Dallas & Houston RHODA 8LA8Lm One More Timel Well, gang, Rhoda is back one more time! Things were buzzing hot and heavy this past weekend in Hou­ston with the Miss Gay America pageant on hand. And any time you put twenty-nine drag queens together, you can bet that there is a lot of stirring going on. It seems that one contestant claimed the reason she received such a low score on her talent was because she had tricked with one of the judges the night before. I'm wondering, if she really did t rick with the judge .(which she categor­ically dbied ever having said), which talent he was giving her a rating on? It seems that most contestants got along fairly well, but it appears that some sponsors didn't do quite as well. Jerry Bradley from Ala­bama made a sudden threat on one judge Sunday night and was prompt­ly removed to the city jail. Most of the out-of-towners in Houston stayed at the Gulf Coast Motor Hotel, and from what I saw, the pool was one of the most fes­tive places I've been around in a long time. It appears that the battle of · the Mr. Gay America Pageants is now over. It seems that one had been scheduled in Dallas and also in Florida both on Labor Day Week­end. Only it happens that the one is Dallas has a registered federal trademark on the name. It may still turn out to be a free for all yet, but I don't really look for it to happen. And what has happened to the hot "romance" in New Orleans? I guess that long distance ro­mances just aren't so hot after they have a few weeks to simmer. Isn't that right Mel? And speaking of dead romances, well, T. G. Pretender's pet monkey Concheeta has FINALLY died. Rest in Peace!!! And for all of you around who have heard the word Shonda lately and don't know the meaning of the word, well get ready. Arkansas ' Tuna Starr, the originator of the catchy word, expalined it to every­one this past weekend._ To make a long story short, it means to "get the spirit!" So next time you hap­pen to get the spirit, just let out a loud Shonda! Well, gang, before our illus­trious editor cuts our column space off completely, I guess I had better close for this week. Happy tails to to you!! !! 800 E. SAN ANTONIO EL PASO, TEXAS 532-9721 The HUHTIUS preHnta MRm G.IY .l:Mf.R fflt . l, ffl976 MR. GAY AMERICA 1st Runner-Up 2nd RuMtr-Up $600.00- $350.00 $200.00 (Prize monies boHd on 20 entrants.) September 5, 1976 THE BAYOU LANDING Dallas For Entry Application and Information, write PAGEANT, 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006 • ! IVn/lGVSll "t~~ .. xc1t1ng aroma I .UCM- i.U0t •Oltf' GUAMITT ' QUAUTT I rOI TOUlt IOMf.T - YOU MA't't A CHOCI!· un~~ I 01 SJ.00 UCH WITH ' ~~~vr'°:,~ f l•TAll ~ 1,!c~uo~ Hf ' tV,HOl..!MO a ~T#IGII ; I - ~-~~-~:!-' t ACTION ! .. 1) Ml VEatOI I STON, TEUS "°°' I f7U) U4•5'l2 KONG TOO BIG! Here's an item for all you King Kong groupies. The large ape will be making an appearance in early August at the M G M studio lot in a make - shift stadium filled with 5,000 screaming extras. Originally, the 13,000 pound, for ty foot mechanical monster was to be filmed in New York's Shea Sta­dium, but it turns out the mon­ster was just too big. Dino De Laurentis, producer of the King Kong movie, says that cost overruns have pushed the total production expenditure up to $32 million. Still Dallas' Number One Disco and Show Bar! SUNDAY AUGUST 15th SAHDJI and MICHAEL ANDREWS "Miss Gar America 1976" with DICKIE CHRISTOPHER 2609 N. Pearl 742-3269 Dallas Page 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 .__Houston, 'ti&,- 77006 DALLAS Long term, stable ten- 1nt wishes to rent desirable house >r apt. in Dallas County. New to Fexas. Please dr°Pi a note to Patrick, Box 411, Syracuse, New It' orll 13206. One-gqy guy seelrlnc companion. 25, university graduate, slim, christian (SDA), play piano and organ. If faithfulness to one per­son is too heavy for you to handle don't waste my time. Should be slim, non-smoker/drinker. You must like yourself! 2315 W. Main f/4, Houston 77098 (Mail service, not residence) B 479 Houston W /m, 23, 5'9" 137#, dk. hair, suntan, just this side of hunky, but good looking, wants to buy that set of weights making a hole in your bedroom floor. Would also like to meet scuba buddy 18-30 for legit. wa­ter sports! All replies answered, phone & photo bring faster re­plies. B 480 Dallas W/m, 5'6", 120# brown hair , 9 1/2 inches. I'm a Pisces, 21, straight appearing, versatile , looking for same. No s/m, fems, fats, beards, or heavy drugs. Hobbies are auto me<:h., camping, electronics, light hiking, etc. Must be between 19-28 or you're wasting your time. Would like photo but not required. B 481 Houston W/m, 27, clean, masculine & attractive with re­sponsible job. I am gay and nev ­er had a gelerosexual encounter. I would like to "make it" with a nice clean couple (male & female). My main turn on is making others feel good and I have no hang- ups about sex. Include your first name and phone number when you answer this ad & I will call and answer all your questions bcfon• we gel together. B 482 San Antonio I am a white male, lonely, tired of bar scene, and a professional person. I am 36, soon to have another birthday. Probably would pass for 32. I am considered good looking by those who know me. I desire to meet someone in the San Antonio area who is younger than myself (18- 30). f am looking for a combi­nation friend, companion, and lover. Write if you are interested. Photo a must. B 483 Houston Need pictures taken? Good looking w/m, 27, with polaroid will do it for you: no pay and split cost and pictures. W /m's 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 ~ONEY ORDER TO: under 28 with nice build and good --------------------------------. looks only. Send phone number & descriptive letter . B 484 Dallas 23 year old w /m, well groomed and hard working, would like to meet same. I need a man to be a true lover to which I'll be the same. Only the seridus need to answer. Age no problem, but no old person who doesn't want to do anything. Would be nice if you are both Greek active/passive like myself. Photo if possible. ii tis Mn 0;1~~ ·c~y·wi~ •. 5'11", 145#, 25, brown hair and eyes, good body. good in bed . I prefer naking it with guys 25 lo 35. If 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 honj!st. 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', 22~, large boned and well proportioned. Enjoy good literature, music, food and most sports. B-341 Ft Worth Young male 27. looking ror single or married lad­ies who enjoy receiving French. Also enjoy bi minded girls make Jl. Answer all with photo. B-342 Laredo Bi sexual good look­ing university dude 26, 5' 11 ". 160, 8 I /2" makes good escort to theatre, dinner etc. Well built dark brown eyes and hair would like lo meet other guys from saml' area or write to otl-ers. Send photo in the raw, no drugs. fems freaks or s/m. Please your hon­esty i:ets my foto and quick rl'­ply. PLACE YOUR OWN AD - USING THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" in the Nuntius are listed free of chace. No FREE ad is printed witll teleplione number or address. All ads are coded by -ber and run in theweelllyNun­tius and montllly N..tius until fur­tller notice from the advertiser or until tllree (S) wriU. complaints ., aot --ruc nplies are re­eeived. "Pers-a Ads" witll telephone _..n aN/or a ..... sses maybe Plll'dlued lty ... .... ia tlle ""'17 Nundu. S.-ce may N . purchased at lt, per -rd, $2.IO ..w-. Here's my adwitll/witlloutpboto(s) I, the undersicned, hereby repre­sent that I am not a minor, that the pboto(s) (if photo is incluclecl) is an actual pbotoeraph of myself and that all data included in my ad is true and correct. Consent is hereby given for the Nuntius or any other publication as , the Nuntius may s~ fit, or to use for the promotion therof. It is also understood that the Nuntius is com­pletely released from any liability in coMection with transactions that I might have with any person(s) contacted through the Nuntius. I understand that all replies to ads will be forwarded at the rate of $1 per reply. I have read the above and fully understand that the ad copy and photo supplied are in full compli­ance with above. SIGNED THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OUR FILES AND WILL NOT BE PUB­LISHED: Home Address City Stote Zip Phone l,lool 10 Nuntius 4615 Mr V•rnon How,tor T ••os 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 college student. No fats, s/m. Write soon & send picture ir 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) Cort­wright, 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 or brotherly love. Some sexual love desirable. No fems or dr,,g users. Send a printed reply with photo if possible. B 461 South Louisiana Would like to find young man 18-25, to work as house boy. Three bed­room townhouse. Like to have a good time and a lot or Cun. Have own room. Like to travel a few weekends and meet a lot or gays. Live with young lovers that have fun. Photo if possible. We're 23 & 31, good looking. B ·462 · ·~n~s· ·L~v~r ·w~~ted!!! I am looking for a true sincere lover - someone that wants a true lover who does n,.l trick out or cheat on his lover. 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. 8 463 .Ft. wo'rtii 0Ti0re 0 d ~( iia'r . scene. Young Latin 23, 5'8", 144# attractive, clean cut, very boyi;h, sexy, trim, friendly! coop­erative, sincere and a!Cectlonate, Looking for more than Just a one night stand. No bar-types or pr< s. All letters will be answered. s 485 ii~~~. w1'm,' 21, ·~·io" brown hair, straight apperamg, good build. Tired or bar scene and wants to meet good look_ing white males 20-27 who ~re "!to bare feet. Serious rephes with ph'?to get fast r~ply. Pie~,~~, wnte - you wont be sorry ..... No rats or S & M. 8 467 ·N;w·o~I~~s · White·m·a1~. 42, 5'9", 155#, likes ~usic, fish­ing, pets, movies. Dn~ks mod­erately no dope. Looking for sincere' companionship with man that has common interests .. No fems or Cats need apply. Picture if possible - no nudes. I don't want to share with the world. is -Hi hl~s · · Bla~k · men are more likely to turn me on than anyone else, but all honest ~e­plies are welcome. I am whi_te, 5'11", 175#, reasonably attrac~ve and .versatile. I am not l~ing 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. If you are under 45, maybe we can get it together All replies an­swered. Photo appreciated. . .............. . B 478 Fayetville, Ark. Disappear, maybe never lo 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 ncllie flop about, slender to thin and/or muscular to a dcgrt•c, liking home life more than publk. docsn·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 remale(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 couples and bi will join only for threesome. We l'oish to meet females, husband at your request G-133 San Antonio German House­wife no swinger, 5'4", 108 look­ing for a girlfriend lo go arround with and love 45-55. Please write. B-204 Teua 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 music' ·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 gu,ys. No heavy involvement dl)­sired and no strings attached. My "early everything" Montrose flat is yours to call home in exchange for minor chores, If you are congenial -,id could get off to such an arrangement. Prefer not to hear froin heavy dopers, hust­lers, bar flys or s/m's. Will answer all. Please send detailed letter and phone. Sally;s OPEN 7 A.M. toi2 A.M. HAPPY HOURS 7 A.M. to NOON and 5 to 8 P.M. TUES. & THURS. ALL DAY & NIGHT HAPPY HOUR PRICES ™bar drinks 5°'beer BOURBON PUB & PARADE DISCO 801 BOURBON ST.··· NEW ORLEANS 24 HOURS- 524-3788 Qlf breed/FT WORTH-B-270 Young half-breed, while and Spa nish male very good looking, 20 5' 10" 135 smooth suntanned skin I seek arre'ctionate white butch bi. gay guy!; bc'ween lS-3& ..,ith_ver) athletic build for Jove and friend­ship, maybe lover. Send reveali_ng photo and address and phone with letter stating likes and dislikes, penpals are most welcome. Will answer all letters. DON'T keep me waiting. Come on you butch gu, s ~rite. B-162 _ Pasadena - Male 28, 5,9.,, 185, brown hair and eJ:'es would like to meet good lookmg well built construction guys, (_cy­cle . riders into leather) .,eight lifters, and others. No fems. 1 like a man to look and act iike a man. Willing to please. Hot for sex every day. Crazy about hairy chests . . Please_ an­swer with picture if possible. Will answer all. 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