Keyword
in
Collection
Date
to
The Nuntius Southwest, February 6-13, [1976]
File 001
File size: 2.37 MB
Citation
MLA
APA
Chicago/Turabian
The Nuntius Southwest, February 6-13, [1976] - File 001. 1976-02-06/1976-02-13. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3005/show/2996.

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

(1976-02-06/1976-02-13). The Nuntius Southwest, February 6-13, [1976] - File 001. Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3005/show/2996

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

The Nuntius Southwest, February 6-13, [1976] - File 001, 1976-02-06/1976-02-13, Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive, University of Houston Libraries, accessed October 19, 2019, https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3005/show/2996.

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

URL
Embed Image
Compound Item Description
Title The Nuntius Southwest, February 6-13, [1976]
Contributor
  • Plummer, Mel
Date February 6, 1976-February 13, 1976
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 30351090
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights Rights Undetermined
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
Item Description
Title File 001
Transcript ~~~ i I l l l t I l t l i I l t l I t l I I l l l. l I l t l I I l t l I I l l l I I l l l I I l l l ~ 11~ '.= OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK = 24 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES ,._________..._ ACT ION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 CUSTOM MADE DECORATED LEATHER COCK-RINGS from $3.95 MADE TO MEASURE AND CUSTOM FITTED! DECORATED WRIST BANDS from $10.95 MADE TO ORDER AND OTHER LEATHER ITEMS ON REQUEST ., J. .. - - ,., ... · ., .. ,,. • FEBRUARY b - 13 FREE Houston Circuit Closed MARDI GRAS MISS GAY TEXAS Classified Personals The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper Th,• .Nl'NTtl S Southics(\\'eekh is; ~l)b~tshcd >H'l'kl., in Houston. Te.'it~ 111 -~~~6 \It._\ ~•rnon. Houston Te~as = ~· <,t;J) 522-5609 01· c-13)• ;,26-950:J. 1 111 . The official views of this: ne~sp,tper are expressed in ed·t- 111 0.nals. Opinions expressed in b\- lll Houston Cruise Circuit Closed FROM THE EDITOR lined arttdes. letters. etc. ai-e Ill by Mel Plummer t~ose of the writers and do not I For 1!1'.1ny months past, the 1.epresent the opinion or the pub- : Montrose C1t1zens Association has l1sher. Publication of the name iii worked in vain trying to get the or Ph.oto~raph of any person or lll Gay. community to move their ~r~ant~atton tn articles or adver- 111 cruis~ rout.e to another location. ltsrng m the Nuntius is no indic- I Workmg with the Gay Political at10n of the sexual orientation or III Caucus, the Metropolitan Comm­such pers.on~ or organizations. I unit.Y C.hurch, and other local or- Subm1ss10n of dquble spaced II gan.izattons, the MCA (Montrose t.vped. manuscripts, as well as' I Citizens Association) even mapped drawmgs and photographs is en- 11 out a . new cruise route and handed couraged. Unused material will I out circulars on weekends trying be promptly returned (please en- 11 to congince Gays to move the close selr addressed stamped en-= route themselve.s. veloi?e, with correct postage). The 11 . . The mam complaint from N.u~t~us does not assume respon- I citizens in the Montrose area was sibiltty for unsolicited material II they they wanted their streets back Advertising rates upon re~ I afte.r. dark. It seemed that the quest. 11 crwsrng area was heavily infil- Editor .................. Mel Plummer I trat«:d with cars and walking ped- Amusement Editor T.G. Pretender=. estnans fr?m dusk until dawn. !1!1!!!1•• .. ••• .. ••••••t•••llilli~ So~e mormngs at 2 a. m. the .. , f . D.U.,.,.,-,. Bookstore 706 FILMS BOOKS MAGAZINES LEATHER & · · cruise route had a definite resem-blance to rush hour on the Gulf Freeway. This in turn created excessive noise, honking of horns and excessive pedestrian traffi~ during all hours of the night. After failing to convince Gays to move by handing out mapped circulars, the MCA then went so far as to barracade the streets at night. This they said was done "with the cooperation of the Mayors office", but of course ill.egal action without proper per­mits from the City Council and without police supervision. This they stated was their last stand before police harassment would begi~ to all those who frequented the infamous "Montrose Circuit" But for some reason, even the threat of police on their cruise route did not deter Gays from fre- * Arcade ELGIN RUBBER GOODS lla.m.­midnite A Page'/. Opening Friday feb.6 queming 1ne11 Id, urilC spul. The idea of the MCA to move the circuit to a better location was a very good idea. However the choice of locations was a bad one that Gays simply found imposs­ible to move to. Of course the stree.ts on the circuit are bad. Bad is ,not even a very good word to describe the streets. They are rutted, patched, and repatched so much, that a cow trail might have made easier riding. Yet despite negative response from local citizens and bad street con­ditions, Gays still refuse to move from their position of maintaining the Montrose Circuit as their cr­uise route. On Wednesday, January 26th the MCA and the city of Housto~ may have made the last move con­cerning the location of the cir­cuit. All cross streets that cro­ssed over the two main streets that contained the main bulk of traffic were served with the off­icial death warrant of the Mont­~ ose Circuit. All streets cross­mg the circuit had signs stating No Turns 7 p.m. to 6 a .m. placed on the corners. This has thereby stol?ped all cars from circling the cruise a.rea and prevented any turns bemg made on the circuit streets. The main test came on Thursday, January 29th, when it ~as reported that Houston Police issued 43 traffic citations for il­legal turns and five people were taken to jail. This has all but assured that the Montrose Circuit exists no more. Next week: An indepth look at. why. the move to a new Ioc­ah~ n failed and a possible new cir­cuit route (or Houston Gays. Miss Gay Texas .The ~untius weekly news­paper m conJunction with the Miss Gay America Pageant will pre­sent Miss Gay Texas 1976 April 10th and 11th at the Old Plan­ta~ ion Club, 2020 Kipling, Houston Miss Gay Texas 1976 will be the official preliminary pageant in Texas for the Miss Gay America ~ageant to be held during August m New Orleans. Miss Gay Texas and the two runner ups will be the only Texas entrants from the Lone Star State inthis years Miss Gay America Pageant. . Contestants will be compet­mg for a total of over $400 in ca.sh prizes and an expense paid tnp to and sponsorship at Miss Gay America. All entrants will be judged in the categories of sp­o. rts~ear, gown, and talent. Five fmahsts will be judged in all cat­egories plus a live interview on stage. . The. month of February is Just about m full swing now. The pre Mardi Gras act.ivities in New Orleans are in full swing and pro­mise to continue right up uniil Mardi Gras day on March 2. Dur­ing the next few weeks, the Nun­tius will be bringing you an up­date on Mardi Gras and just where the places to be are in New Or­leans. I would like to say that the Nuntius is proud to present Miss Gay Texas 1976 at the Old Plan­tation, Houston April 10th and ll_th. This years pageant pro­mises to be the most success­ful con.test ever. The Texas pag­eant will be the only preliminary contest in Texas for entrants in the Miss Gay America Pageant from Texas. It should promise to be quite a contest with the best in female impersonation from all ?ver the Lone Star State compet­mg for the top prize. Congratulations to Rev. Bob Falls and E. D. Lloyd for winning the Mr. and Ms. Oddwad Contest this past Sunday at the Inside/ Outside. The contest was spons­ored by the Gay Political Caucus as a fund raising event. The caucus also has "Oddwad" T­s~ irts now on sale. Be sure to pick one up and let everyone know that you're proud to be an odd­wad. . Just a note that C. J. 's Bo.uhque is now open at the Dep­o$ itory. Business looks good at the new location. It appears that one of C. J. 's main sellers is the ever popular Bunk/House Don't forget the Mr. and ·Miss Gay Laredo contest coming up at the El Vaquero. Be sure and check at the bar for full details. It should be quite an event for the border town. ~lyY~ Former Miss Gay Texas Pageants have had some of the greatest response from female im­pe_ rsonators across Texas. Over th~rty contestants competed for !"hss Gay Texas 1975 with stand­mg ro_om only audiences attending both mghts of the pageant. This years pageant will be hoSted br two of Arkansas loveliest female impersonators to come d_own f~om the hill country. The first Miss Gay Arkansas from 1971 th.e beautiful, talented and ever witty, Tuna Starr, along with Miss Gay ~rkansas 1972 and Miss Gay America l972 Norma Kristie will hol~ the pageant togehter with a mamstay at the microphone. C~ntestatns wishing entry in­~ i~~a~tn may write to Pageant t. Vernon, Houston Texas 77006. An entry form alo'ng with pageant rules and schedule will b returned. e COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! If you need fri?nds, new directions and dimensions in your life you can fond it~-::~•?~; to lose - everything to gain! \\ .J) •, 1/ ""•• C'o••••'"" ~ METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH of the RESURRECTION 1214 Joe Annie P.O. Box 13731 . Houston, Texas 77019 Services: Sundays _ 1 P.M. & 7: 30 p M Phone: (713) 526-8233 · · Rev. Robert M. Falls Pastor ---------- -------- Miss Gay Texas 1976 TEXAS' OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY PAGEANT r·oR MISS GAY AMERICA April 10th t 11th ~aa~~~ ~F1~~~~~~~~ HOUSTON · For Information Write: PAGEANT 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, Texas 77006 ---------- ------ -- Page 3 - CARNIVAL As is true with any hospitable host­ess New Orleans ishappytoenter­tain her good friends. But, what these good friends must understand is that Mardi Gras and the whole Carnival season is actually a great big rollicking family party given by the people of New Orleans for themselves. It is in every sense a "family tradition" of long standing. In fact, it is believed that as soon as New Orleans was founded by Bien­ville, 250 years ago, his men had their first Mardi Gras celebration. THE RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE Mardi Gras, which means "Fat Tuesday", is intrinsically oriented with the season of Lent. It is the last day before Lent begins and is the high point of "Carnival". De­rived from Latin meaning "Fare­well to the Flesh", it's a timt> for masquerading, parties, balls, parades and celebrations of all kinds before the fasting and peni­tence begins. Officially, the Carnival season begins on the Feast of the Epiphany, which is January y, the Twelfth Night after Christmas. This is the day the Three Kings visited the Christ Child and recognized him as the Messiah. Carnival ends at midnight ~efofe Ash Wednesday, and early the next monuilg th~ 1in~~ c! peni tents fa tents are formed at the churches for them to receive the cross of ashes on their foreheads. A LONG AND GLORIOUS HISTORY Sin<.·t• :\t'\.\ Orlt•cu1-.. ,,a:-- oriJ!• inall\ a Fn•neh cit, lal<'r rulpd ()\ the Spanish. it i,· not ~urprisin~ Lh,1t the Latin festi,al \\as tradi1 ional from earliest times . It was c·elcbrated" ith masquct·­ade balls bv the elill' of the c-it, and with st,:cet dancing b., the peo·­ple. As earl., as 1838. an organ­ized street parade \\-as reported in the paper. THE REAL MARDI GRAS: Conclusion next week HOUSTON * 2020 KIPLING * 522-2353 SUNDAY - FOLLIES 9:45 p.m. * $1.00 Cover MONDAY - 35q; BAR DRINKS * $LOO Cover TUESDAY - 35q; BAR DRINKS* $LOO Cover WEDNESDAY - FOLLIES 9.45 * NO COVER "' bOq; BAR DRINKS THURSDAY - 35q; BAR DRINKS• $1.00 Cover FRIDAY & SATURDAY - AFTER HOURS* $1.00 Cover DALLAS * 5450 DENTON CR. ot MAPLE * 634-7110 SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY - 60q: BAR DRINKS• NO COVER FRIDAY & SATURDAY - NO COVER* AFTER HOURS EL PASO* THE PET SHOP * 800 E. San Antonio* 532-9721 El Paso's only Disco with Liquor! Every Sunday - Beer Bust * Show* Buffet ~~-~~ Page 4 dt'J- Prinlerj 4319 MONTROSE BLVD. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77006 Phone: 527-9850 FAST SERVICE ON: Printing LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES BUSINESS CARDS POSTERS ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCULARS Cover Boy Our cover photo is Peter Berlin. You may recognize Peter from his starring role in "Nights in Black Leather". He has also appeared in "After Dark" and "Viva" mag­azines. Peter's latest film re­lease from Hand In Hand films "That Boy" will open in late March at the French Quarter Theater in Houston. MEN, of Houston 005 WESTHEIMER HOUSTON TEXAS 77006 WHEN IN CORPUS, THE PLACE TO BE! PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chapparal I Corpus Christi, Texas (512) 882-0046 Aries March 21 - April 20 Don't make major purchases or in­vestments this week. The feelings of loved ones should be accorded respect. Take a hard look at something you are about to discard. Taurus April 21 - May 21 Social gears may not mesh too smoothly. Be tactful with friends considerate of their whims and weaknesses. Unexpected cooper­ation can come from an unlikely source. Gemini May 22 - June 21 Some new technique or tool can be valuable at work or play. Look for new ways of doing routine things In purchasing, be sure to buy the most modern model. Cancer June 22 - July 23 You will find people to be quite agreeable and personable. Par­ents and bosses will have your best interests at heart. A smile will gain a successful end. Leo July 24 - August 23 Youth under your purview need guidance to encourage genius, neu­tralize waywardness. Play your hunches this week. Avoid a clash with an outspoken or aggressive person. Virgo Aug 24 - Sept 23 Look out for unusual problems in­volving work, personnel, etc. You are a good trouble shooter; your talents may be in unexpected de­mand. Try to prevent health up­sets. Libra Sept 24 - Oct 23 This week indicates a new begin­ning in an important area. The odds for success in romance, cre­ativity, and entertaining are high. Keep very active now. The stars favor the congenial and romantic side of life. Look for it to happen from an unexpected source. 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 An unusual concept or turn of ev­ents will enable you to benefit through the finances or resources of others. Get together with a partner to cook up a sharp scheme 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 Criticism can be in the air right now. Knowledge attained may not apply to current methods. News which seems negative may have positive connotations by weeks end. Pisces Feb 20 - March 20 You should be able to react well to the initiatives of other people now. You can always learn new ways of doing things. Rumors can't be substantiated this week. Look for a new personal involvement with romance. l)QUTIQUE Now Open 2606 PeckhCJn at Westheimer Houston . '1\{i.f\~-- ·- - 1 ■ ~ .-- ■ i • 1 ■ I 1 ■ \ ■ ■ I ■ ■ -~ • I ■ • \c.__ f,L- ~- -- ■ •­• $1.00 COVER AFTER HOURS 2 - 4 t-REE COt-FEE & DONUTS ■ ■ j L 2606 Peckham - Houston. Texas 77006 527 0260 Page 5- Z- 101 Galveston He lp Wa nted r Young white man needed as House­boy for professional man in Gal ­veston. Duties include light house and yard work, serving at social functions. Applicant must be neat, honest, reliable, gay. Houseboy will have pr ivate a ir con­ditioned quarters, TV, use of swimming pool and game room, 2 days off per week. Free room and board plus $200 per month. B-213 Atlanta Attention wr estlers I am willing to try any r ules or conditions. Prefer 2 out of 3 falls, pin or submission. I'm aggr essive, 5'11", 171 , 22. B-226 Dallas W/m, 27, 6'2", 170 desires to meet bi, gay females for non sexist friendships , ie. social dates and obligations for mutual benefit. B-214 Odessa Area Bi white male looking for singles ma le and fe­male, couples or groups of same interest, for fun and pleasure, You name the game , we'll get it on. No b/ d, s / m. 50, 5'7 1/ 2" 155. Will a nswer a ll, photo and phone appreciated. Hurry I'm ready. JACK DEVEAU'S B-229 Houston W/ m. 24, .5 •11 •·. 170, dark hair , eyes, bea rd. I enjoy Gk passive and mild s / m, ff. I want to exhange hot letters about past experiences and fan­tasies. Some letters could lead to some wild times, write soon, B-230 Houston Hot looking, mature masculine, white ma le, 22, 6', 155 dark hair and fine body wa nts to meet male or fema le that is a professiona l , well positioned pe r ­son that is very well to do. I'm stable and have a good job. I enjoy movies, mus ic, theater and the finer things in life. Send add­ress and phone soon. You will not be disappointed. B-198 Dallas Hot sexy blue eyed blond, 25, desires friends or lover I'm 6' and s lim , well endowed. Send photo and address or phone for reply. No fats, fems. White only and straight appearing. P re­fer blondes or brunettes w / hairy bods. My hai r is colla r length and I have moustache. Like to skydive, go to movies, etc . Don't dig bar scene . Love sex and en­joy living . down the B-227 Houston Inexperienced " /m 34, 6'2", 195, masculine, inter­ested in bi sex wishes to meet dominants and s ubmissives of both sexes for b/ d, wrestling and sex. Please reply with phone and in­teresting lette r . B-121 - Dallas - Hi sexual, 23, baby blue eyes, 5' 10" , blonde, would like to meet ma les who ha ve class but love sex. They must be s incere, sex can be beautiful. Name addres s, phone and photo if possible B-225 Houston Area I live on the bay and own my own home . I 'm seeking a young w /m who wants to build a one to one r ela tionship Honest and sincer e . I'm a ma t­ure w/m in my late 40's, 6'1" brown eyes and s ilvering hair Goodlooking and much to offer to right guy. I'm inte rested in the arts, antiques good food and com­panionship. I believe in sex but fee l it is only beautiful as a con­tinuation of love. Wr ite in depth including phone and photo if poss­ible. Will answer a ll. No hust­le rs or those who would waste my time. HIGHWAY Produced & Directed by JACK DEVEAU A Hand in Hand Films Production Louisiana at F !gin • 528-9485 Houston's Only Gay OvvnPd and Operat~ Theater -~ ,-~ . ITTDi°f",WI, ltm"f.'IH-n'O f;F1 II~\~ 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. Ve rnon 11111LJ:l ou~ton, Texas 77006 B-209 San Angelo First ad, Sinlle male college student 29, black, 6'2", heavy set with large breasts seeking sincere gay or bi males 35-50 willing to help out with ed­ucation and add a little enjoyment to my life. In return for all the gratitudes given me I will offer my love and devotion for ever. I have just gotten into the Fr­ench and Greek. No s / m, b/ d. Pleasure and discretion assured. If you are sincere please answer with explicit letter, photo and phone B-205 Houston TV wishes to meet gays and fems for exchange of in­formation and possible permanent relationship. 30 w/m will meet others only if photo and phone in reply. Those not seriously involved in fem, tv, movement need not reply. B-217 New Orleans G/m, would like to meet other gay for poss­ible relationship. Italian t'y", loveable and honest and no size queen. Only sincere reply phone a must. B-218 Houston Youngman, under 30 to share 3 br. unfurnished apt in Woodlake (Gessner&Westheimer) No pets. Employed, interested in sports and all the arts. Must want nice place to live and have a "home" not just a place to change clothes. Must be neat and clean. No drugs or heavy drinkers please. Gay or straight, well ad­justed mentally, no hangups. Hon­esty and sincerity very important. Enjoy good friends and companion­ship. We are one Leo and one Pisces. Serious inquiries, please M-100 Arlington Superattractive bisexual couple enjoys , excells in art of cross dressing. Are there ouples? Dominant women also. Swing to­gether or s eparately. Some travel Boyishly handsome caucasian male 26, 5'10", 155, blonde, blue eyes beautiful caucasian female 22, 5'6", 120, brunette, blue eyes. Photo and phone appreciated. . ...... ..... . .. . . . ... B215 Baton Rouge 20, 6', 160, w/ m, college student. I have recently begun to enjoy gay life. I would like to meet and correspond with gays or bis in the New Orleans. Baton Rouge areas to teach me more about gay life. I am cur­ious and looking for since re fr ­iends who will help me learn it a ll. Pl ease no fems or s m. \\ill a ns " c r a ll in m) age group ,p to earl_v :io·, Page 6 o 1 , • t t •, • I ,' t I t O o , o I I I f t ~ , 0 I 1 • f 'I • ,: f 'j • f I s-·22·0 ·D~lia~ ·w/rr.-, · b,:o;.n hair. h.uel eyes, .5•7•·, 125, 18. con­sidered good looking. Tired of bar scene, looking for sincere friends/lover between 19-30. No s/m, fats, fems. Prefer straight acting men! French active and just getting into Greek passive with right person. I'm tired of being used just for my looks and body. Very independent and stable very shy and have been hurt when I fall in love. Please send photo sincere only. B~20&0 oa·ll~s· ;.;~, ·1·9: 5;1i ;, : is·o brown hair, brown eyes, wishes to meet other gay men 18-24. En­joy active and passive French and Greek. Interests include art, music *rock), theater and lots of sex. I'm looking for both friend­and lover. Pleasesend address, photo and phone. No s/m, b/d. 8~224 Ft. ·H·o~d. · G~y·,~i.,;,: ·s~l·- dier, 21, 5'11", 155, well built and good looking. Dig tennis, music, and movies. Love sex, would like to hear and meet gay males 18-30 in DFW, Austin, Ft. Hood and other mid Texas towns. Seek long lasting relationship with certain guy. Write me, no fems, fats or drugs. Enclose photo add­ress and phone. B-185 Houston, are you a w/m, 28-32, 5'10" - 6'2" and have a moustache or beard, Frenchpass­ive and into JO; if so, a w/m, 21, 5'8", 120, brown hair, green eyes and nicely end would like to invite you over for a beer, a smoke and sex. Casual encounters only no long term stands. Send brief letter with address and/or phone Photo not necessary as only those fitting above description should write. B-1!17 Houston, w/m, 29, 6', 220, brown hair and eyes, Pisces. Am self employed and enjoy movies, theater, dining and just life in general.. Would like to meet w/m 18-30, smooth body with slim build who is Greek active and French passive and active. I enjoy good company. Photo if possible. G-122 Dallas White attractive bi female wishes to meet other bi females from the DFW area for a licking good time. Black boy­friend enjoys watching. We are uninhibited and have no prejudices. Please include photo or phone. Discretion is assured. A-101 Houston All size roll film developed - 50¢ prints and en­largements from 3 1/3 x 5 20¢ 5x7 35¢, 8xl0 75¢, llxl4 $1.50 16x20 $2. 75. Black and white only. Please include 50¢ postage any other inquiries or special re­quests invited. B-218 Houston Need a guiding hand and caring discipline. House­broken, must give to my fellow man. Please send photo of your perfection and instructions, sir. Please let me pay for your one and only reply, master. B-219 Dallas Seeking handsome w/m, 20-35 to share newly found sexual freedom, I'm married but my wife does not share my new life. So, I'm looking for brief encounters more than lasting re­lationships. I feel sure there are other married guys who are in ·need of a discreet way to meet and sex without frequenting public places. Please write and give your personal details, address and phone. Please include a photo any kind. Let's get together soon. HOUSTON'S LEATHER BAR 1732 Westheimer (713) 528-8844 Sunday6-?: $1 beer bust Monday 7-9: free bingo with gifts, prizes Tuesdav 9:30: FREE Movie Wednesday: half price drinks with hats or colors Thunday: go-go nite (slaves welcome) B-160 - Houston - W/m, 6', 210 gets off to wrestling with other dudes. Levis, trunks or nude - whatever turns you on ! Light or heavy matches. No s/m, b/d Send phone number and phot9 if possible for prompt reply. B-193 Houston, Ex-football player with muscles wishes to meet sugar daddy. Interested in having dis­creet pleasures with him ... I guar­antee you will be satisfies if you' re after good meat. Mild s/m if desired. Trying to work my way overseas ... are you going? I love Amsterdam and Copenhagen. Help me get there and I'll be yours for life! 185, 5'11 3/4", 8 1/2" 24, also make good escort to thea­tre, dinner, etc. Am well ed­ucated and dance sensuously. Hou­ston area or travel at your ex­pense. PLACE YOUR OWN AD FREE USING -THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" ,n the GM/ FS are listed free PERSONAL AD AND PHOTO(S) PUBLISHED FREE. of charge . No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are coded by number and run until further notice from the odvertizer or until three complaints of not answering replies ore received. Here's my ad with without photo(s). Please print my ad and forward me a free copy of the issue of the Gay Male Female Swingers (GM FS) in which my ad appears. I, the undersigned, hereby represent that I om not a minor, that the photo(s) (ii photo is included) is an actuol photograph of myself ond that all data in• eluded in my ad is true and correct. Consent is here• by given for the GM FS or any other publication as the GM/ FS may see lit, or to use for the promotion thereof. It is also understood that the GM/ FS may edit or rewrite my ad to meet with publication policy. It is understood that no profs of photos or ods will be furnished for my approval and I waive all clo,ms in respect to accuracy of repdoduction of either. It is also understood that the GM FS is completely re­leased from any liability in connection with trans• actions that I might have with any person(s) con• tocted through the GM FS I understand that all replies lo ads will be forwarded al the rate of $1 per reply. I have read the above and fully understand that the ad copy and photo supplied are in full compli ­ance with above SIGNED: _____________ _ THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OUR FILES AND WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED: Nome· _ Address ____ _ _______ ___ _ C,ly State ____ Z,p __ _ Area Code Phone Number _ Mail to Nuntius 4615 Mt Vernon Houston Texas 77006 - - -·-- -···---- ·---- B-222 Houston I'm 5'6", attract­ive sociable, 28, but look much younger, short brown hair, blue eyes. Have BA in English but work as full time nurse. Seek companionship first but hope for lover relationship. Desire some­one 25-40, professional, educated. Must be attractive and consider self so, butch and affectionate. No long hairs, baldies, fatties or heavy drinkers. Should also be a sincere Christian and desire to attend MCC regularly. I'm bored with going around alone. Love to dance cook and socialize. Photo a must. G-123 Denton Wants single girls interested in corresponding and meeting single girls. Love all cultures especially French. Can be bi with attractive girl that is understanding. Will answer all descriptive letters with photos descriptive letters with photos same day received. ..... . ............. G-124 Henisport N.J. I'm broad minded and young built for pleas­ure. I enjoy French best, but willing to learn about it all. Write now. B-223 Temple Professional man will financially help needy young and sincere college student who desires older father image type of companionship. Prefer the quiet, home loving type who likes to travel. No bar chasers, fems or obvious gays. Should be des ­creet, neat and clean, presentable to straight friends . Social drink­ing ok but no heavy drugs. No unusual demands. I do not want a houseboy but a true and aff­ectionate relationship not necess­ary to live in but free to pursue schooking, Waco, Austin area. B-224 Houston Young, handsome, Latin, 26, 6'1 ", 155 would like to meet gay males and females for fun and games. Photo and phone gets quick reply. B~2i&. Ho~sio·n ·A·r~ Y~~ io·n~~o-~e? I am, I'm looking for someone to share my life with. I'm w/ m, 5'9" 160, have a moustache and wear glasses. I'm looking for some­one approx my build age 18-35. I like all music, camping and hik­ing or just walking or staying home watching TV. please send phone and address, I will meet everyone who answers. We will see if we are meant for each other. B-·20·0 ·u~u~t~n · A·ttr~~tiv·e: white male, 5'11", 28, brown hair and eyes, seeks friends and/ or lover Enjoy active/ passive French and Greek. Interests include music, art, theater, and travel. Prefer slim, straight appearing acting guys. I want to meet sincere and honest person. Include phone and photo if possible. Page 7 D~Rv(, 1,, ,OR~' I.. .£:emr .. .I ABILENE RAH II 4001 Pine 472-0076 AMARILLO P -\1.'S 7 17 W. Ith 372- 0711 SKYLI'\~: 1507 W 10th 372- 0182 AUSTIN AP\RTMENT 2828 Rio Ga 2828 Rio Grande \l"STIN COl1NTRY 600 E. 7th 472- 0418 P ~:ARI. ST. WAREHOUSE 1720 La Vaca 478-0176 CORPUS CHRISTI J OLLY JACK , I I Peoples 882- 0254 P~:NNY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chapparall 882-0046 DALLAS Bars AC'T III 3115 Live Oak BA YOU LANDING 2609 N. Pearl 742-3269 BON SOIR 4527 Cole 526-9432 CHEZ LESLIE 4548 McKinney 526-8063 CHUCK'S 3019 Haskell 526-9329 CREWS INN 3229 N. Fitzhugh ENCORE 4516 McKinney 526-9328 ENTRE NUIT 3116 Live Oak HIGHLAND 3018 Monticello 526-9551 OLD PLANTATION 3717 Rawlins 528-6550 OLIVE BRANCH SALOON 2822 McKinney 824-0921 ONE WAY INN 2509 N. Fitzhugh 824-9227 RAMROD 3224 N. Fitzhugh 526-9110 SUNDANCE KIDS 4025 Maple 526-9173 SWAMPTRASH 3014 Throckmorton 526-9184 TERRY'S RANCH 4118 Maple 526-9524 T .J.'S 3307 McKinney VILLA FONTANA 1315 Skiles Baths Batchelors quarters 1225 Skiles CLUB DALLAS 2616 Swiss Ave. 821-1990 Bookstores THE COPENHAGEN 2500 Knight at Maple 526-9347 Theaters CINE 16 4315 Bryan Organiz:utions GAY LINE/ COMMUNITY RESOURCES CENTER (214) 2414118 EL PASO APARTMENT 815 Myrtle CLUB PIGALLE 411 E. Franklin LE MILORD 606 Magoffin PET SHOP 800 E. San Antonio 532-9721 TIME MACHINE 207 E. San Antonio 532-0820 FT.WORTH BAILEY ST. WHEREHOUSE 259 Bailey St. 335-0232 OTHER PLACE 3026 W. Lancaster 335-0586 REGENCY 1812 Hemphill 927-9416 T .J.'S BACK DOOR 5536 Jaxboro Hwy. 624-0603 500 CLUB 506 W. Magnolia 335-0692 651 CLUB 651 S. Jennings 332-0745 Page 8 GALVESTON Bars RAHS OOLPfllN ROOM Seawall llotel / Motel I 702 Seawall Blvd KON TIKI 214 23rd St 763-9031 KON TIKI WAllINE 22 H \lcchanic 763-63 I 9 \IARY'S II 2502 Ave. Q 1/ 2 llORERT'S LAFITTE 409 llosenberg 763-9507 Baths KON TIKI BATIIS 220 23rd St. 763-4700 HCXJSTON Bars ADAM'S IMAGE 2400 Brazos 528- 8141 BlllAll PATCH 2294 W. Holcombe 665-9678 DEPO$ITORY 2606 Peckham at Westheimer 527-0260 DETOUR 1504 Westheimer 528-9552 DIRTY SALLY'S 900 Lovell 528-8900 EXILE 1017 Bell 226-8068 FARMHOUSE 2710 Albany 528-8864 FILLING STATION 1801 Richmond 528-8523 GALLEON 2720 Richmond 528-8787 HI LITE (RANCH) 6100 S. Main 528-8048 INSIDE/OUTSIDE 1813 Westheimer 528-8049 JUST MARION & LYNN'S 818 Fair view 528-9110 LAMP POST 2417 Times 528-8921 LAZY J 302 Tuam 528-8364 LOCKER 1732 Westheimer 528-8844 MARY'S 1022 Westheime r 528-8851 NUMBERS 1005 California 528-8460 OLD PLANTATION 2020 Kipling 522-2353 P INK ELEPHANT 1218 Leeland 226-8871 RENDEZVOUS 3207 Montrose 528-8460 SECOND SUN 534 Westheimer 524- 1225 SURF 2909 S. Main 528-9337 URSULA'S 1512 W. Alabama 527-0734 VENTURE-N 2923 S. Main 528-9397 Baths CLUB HOUSTON 2205 Fannin 659-4998 MR. FRIZBY'S 3401 Milam 523-8840 Bookstores ACTION NEWS 4613 Mt. Vernon 524-5612 ADONIS NEWS 4009 Hollister 462- 8171 ADULTZ I 708 W. Alabama 524-8718 ADULTZ 11 2421 W. Holcombe 666-2426 BELLAIRE BOOK STORE 5807 Bellaire 661-8840 DINERS NEWS 240 Westheimer 526-8950 GASLIGHT BOOK STORE 3519 Bellaire 665-9595 HOUSE OF SCORPIO 706 Elgin ~AIN ST. NEWS HISS. Main 528-9693 S,\L TY DOG NEWS 2005 S. Shepherd 528-8,25 Businesses AH MEN CLOTHES 805 Westheimer 528-9337 ALGREN PHOTOGRAPHY 2711 Boston BOBBY'S OF HOUSTON 519 W. Alabama BRADLEY SERVICES 713 Pacific 864- 1498 l I I'\ l'Hl\Tl•:l!s •4:119 \tuntrosc 527-9850 CI.OTIIES l ' ll!('l IT 9tHJ I .OH_)ll ,j:!3-6131 IJEI. \10\TE W-\SIL\TFHI \ Dclmonh• off \'oss E ll ·, Ol!l(;f'\ALS 900 LOI ell NI 04 EGOS H\ EDDIE 507 \\'l'!-otheimcr 522- 455.~ KIKI l.~:F"S DRAGOOI\ER\ 5102 l\e"park #332 789 05911 \!.\Ht . I IL\IR 906 I\ e,theimer 5 29-37i3 THE \!\\ 11O1.F 1~38 \\ Gra, .522 - 1089 \ \SSA!" R \) SPOl!TSWF \I! ;;-45 Cannon 747-9381 O K. K 1.F \\l'\G SEl!\'IO: 6~9-9877 RO\ OHVE FLORIST 9110 I.o,ett ! 102 526-0525 '\t ::-iTllS 46 15 \It. Vernon 522-5609 RICHMOND LIQUOH MAl!T 1425 Richmond 527- 9649 Organizations DIGNITY HOUSTON Box 66821, 77006 526-3276 or 524-5387 GAY POLITICAL CAUCUS 3520 Montrose suite 245 526-2668 METROPOLITAN COMMUl\11') CHURCH 1214 Joe Annie 526-8233 Theaters FRENCH QUARTERS 3201 Lo uisiana at Elgin 528-9485 , MINI P ARK 2907 Main 528-5881 Restaurants LYDIAS 805 P a cific 527-0818 TOOTER'S 2203 Westheimer 524- 9327 KILLEEN Bars ROYAL SKYLARK CLUB Old Hwy 191 South Bookstores RED FRONT BOOK STORE 221 East Ave. D 526-7522 LAREDO Bars EL VAQUERO 1802 Santa Ursula 722-8971 Bookstores <, II.I.EHLI lmul\ STOl!t. ~l 18 San Borb111"d11 LUBBOCK DAVID'S WAREHOUSE 2403 Marshall 762-9165 MC ALLEN DUFFY'S 5 S. 16th 686-9144 NEW ORLEANS Bars \BBEY 1123 Decatur ANITA'S 514 Ursulines ANNEX 740 Burgundy llONAPARTE'S RETREAT 1007 N. Decatur BOURBON PUB 801 Bourbon St. 523-9720 BRADY'S 700 N. Rampart BURGUNDY HOUSE 704 Burgundy FINALE II 624 N. Rampart GALLEY HOUSE 542 Chartres St. GOLDEN LANTERN 1239 Royal St. MARTI'S I 041 Dumaine PETE'S 800 800 Bourbon St. POST OFFICE 540 St. Louis TRAVIS' 834 N. Rampa rt 581- 9748 UNISEX li20 Bour Baths CANAL BATHS 512 Gr avier CLUB NEW ORLEANS 512 To ulouse St. ODESSA Bars THE GAP 205 E. 8th 337-9433 PaYI (Dirty Solly) Stewart and at•ff wont to co rdially i nvit• you to be our gu•sh to help lt i clr. off our--­SKY LITE 415 N. Jackson 337-9575 Bookstores R&L ROOKSTORE 214 N. Grant 337-6871 SAN ANTONIO Bars EL JARDIN 106 Navarro 223-7177 EL SAFARI Hwy 81 623-9812 FlllENDLY LOLNGE 622 Roosevelt 534-0701 FHISCO LOl''\GE 147 E. Travis 223-0858 HIDEAWAY 826 San Pedro HYPOTHESIS 2012 Broadwa) 225-0693 HABITAT 309 W. Market 223-0866 MARY ELLEN'S 815 Fredericksburg Rd. 732-0349 ONE PENNY PUB 1006 Wurzback 696 9181 RHAPSODY 115 W. Rapsody Dr. SAGITTAH!l'S 3000 N. St. Marys 222-8273 SAN ANTONIO COUNTRY 1122 N. St. Marys 222-8273 SPANISII IIARLEM 349 W. Josephine SUNDOWN SALOON 4503 Lakewood 648-9991 ZOO CLUB 3240 N. W. Loop 410 342-9029 Bookstores· <;ALI.ERL\ ROOK STORE 1014 S. W. Military 923-9998 WACO OTHER END 2810 N. 19th 753-9195 WICHITA FALLS CAROUSEL 703 Travis 322- 0832 LE PISOIRE 608 8th 322-0020 'SOMETHIHG FOR EVERYONE EVERY HITE OF THE WEEK' AT-Open Daily 7 a.m. Tuesday tHappy Day' HAPPY HOUR PRICES ALL DAY & NIGHT Friday ~ Saturday Rhona Lacy on the piano S til ? j w:ttil(/1), .. .JNUI" Oilifi_ .-~ ~J4A -------'-- 900 LOVETT Blvd
File Name pdf_uhlib_30351090_19750206-13_ac.pdf