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Title The Nuntius Southwest, September 10-17, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date September 10, 1976-September 17, 1976
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 30351090
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript 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 AND MAGAZINES WITH A HOT· ACTION MOVIE ARCADE ... THE LARGEST ARCADE IN HOUSTON! The SEPTEMBER 10 - 17, 1976 IJN 1115 The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newsp~r FROM THE EDITOR Labor Day Weekend is past and 11 hat a day is has been. I krl<l\\ it should bE: weekend, but it a II ran together and really seems like one helluva day! New Orleans way the bars were packed and the Bourbon Pub was full of holiday merriment as usual. The Pub and Parade can always be counted on to be the place to be in New Orleans. San Antonio's Sagittarius was packed for the Miss Gay South­west Texas Pageant. I understand it was really quite a show! And for Houston - the Mr. Gay America Pageant played to a ca­pacity crowd at the Depository, with one of the hottest shows! The Locker was full with a lot of fresh "talent" from out of town · and as usual was packed. And the all night bookstores over the weekend (Action, Studz, and After Dark) well - it couldn't have been more fun working in a meat packing plant. Next week we'll have a special on the upcoming Carnival at Hou­ston's Locker. That big day is September 23rd and should really be an event not to miss! Til next week, RONORUC AND ASSOCIATES Wine Arrangements Candy Arrangements Remember Us Mon-Fri 9-6:30 Sat & Sun 12:00-7:00 900 Lovett, suite I 02 Houston 526-0525 we deliver The NUNTJUS Southwest is ,.,..,1..lis:icd weekl,y in Houston, 'l\!x­"'' Jt 4319 Montrose Blvd., fl'1u­ ·' " " TeAaS 77006. (713) 527-9X.'i0 'l'ne official views of this news- 1,.;1,e1· are expressed in editorials . Opiruons expressed by writers in ..,y - lint:d articles, IP.tters, etc_, are 1 ~~,.-.t <,[ the writers and !lo not r eprcsent the opinion of the pub­Ii she,·. Publication of the name ur i;.~,oto~raph of any person or organization in articles or adver­tisir.,, m the NUNTIUS is no in­cnca,.,:, n of \i,e sexual orientation or "'" .r, person"' or ,>rl!;mizations. ::.ubmission of douu!la! spaced, ltv•·~ manuscripts, .;;s !he ll as draw,n,,,~ an::I phot,)graphs :ts Ci"t­rot, r •. l ~'t::.d Unu~..>O m~tt::rial wdl J · v:-n-,:.ty r oe:t L. r t.t LI ( .1lc :.as e ~:;, • Page 2 • .>o,.; lf at~u:rt.·: .. :,it: j ·,t.:-.•Ti,lt!d ... ~ ,;, Chr r • p-..b&.C\l '-'· ' • "t I l, 'j U,,H ~ f., ........ ')Ui'llL r ,· ~ , J .,(,C t..ti:, .JlJ<· H.'(J •T,.,_h ;C · MR. GAY AMERICA CROWNED On Sunday, September 5th, the Depositort Club in Houston was the site of the First Annual Mr. Gay America Pageant. The club was filled beyond capacity as con­testants competed in sportswear, talent, and swimwear for the title and medallion. All of the contestants had put together some of the hottest talent tohether ever seen for the "beef­cake" show. One of the most un­usual acts seen on stage was that of Mr. Gay Mississippi, Benny Neal, and his knife twirling act. Other acts consisted of precision dancing, live vocal singing, and complete with gymnastics. The overly enthusiastic crowd made C. J. Harrington (left), Charlie Dierkes, Tuna Storr, on.J .U.J PJun,,n•r Eddie Abshire and Raul Guzman (right) backsto~•• "See? AJI the trouble they have In mixed marriages! Robert Jones, 2nd runner-up (left), Eddie •bshlre, Mr. Gay America (center), Fronk Mc Peters, 1st runner-up (right), all entrants feel like hometown favorites. The list of judges was that of notables: Mr. Lane West from C.rl­ifornia, founder of the National Co­tillion in Los Angeles and a former judge of the Miss Gay America Pa­geant in Atlanta; Mr. Charlie Dier­kes, working in sales from Cocoa Beach, Florida; Mr. Jerry Clark, an account executive with the tele­phone company in Hot Springs, Ark; and Mr. James Carr, a sponsor to f the Miss Teenage America Pageant and America Junior Miss, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The field of contestants was narrowed down to five contestants who were given interview questions ·on stage before :ne judges and au­dience. Second Runner-Up to Mr. Gay America was Robert Jones, Mr. Gay Texas; First Run­ner- Up was Frank McPeters, sponsored by the Bailey St. Where­house in Ft. Worth; and the first Mr. Gay America was Eddie Ab­shire, sponsored by After .Dark Book Shops in Atlanta and Houston. The contest was emceed by former Mr. David C. J. Harring­ton, former Miss Gay Arkansas Tuna Starr, and two former .Miss Gay Universe's, Reyna Turrier and Lady Nova Bernard. Benny Heal, Mr. Gay Mississippi On His Way Up To hear Pasquaie once is to know you've heard a superstar in the making. Night after night crowds flock to the Holiday Inn in Mexico City's Zona Rosa to catch Pasquale's performance. When he appears on stage, the lights go down and an expectant hush falls over the audience. When he begins to sing, the au­dience is his - - completely. Pasquale is on his way up! The Nacional Hoteleria dis­covered Pasquale in his native Italy. They whisked him back to Mexico where he was, literal­ly, an overnight success. He can belt out an up tune in Spanish, ''~Ronda!'' etecf rol9si~ clermanenl .Xair <fftemova/ Low prices for Expert, Professionol Services FREE consultation and sample treatment in complete pri vocy. S 5.00 - 1 S minutes $10.00 - 30 minutes $15.00 - 60 minutes After 6:00 p.m. Fly '1ppointment only Call· 713 '522-4517 527-0240 English, French, and Italian, or whisper a love lyric to a spell - bound audience. Pasquale started singing in the cradle. His father is a re­nowned guitarist. His mother and eight brothers and sisters all have "the grand passion" for music. Ameri<:a. Sll,\('( ' ',flJ l',,,,i.,, tions have signed t,im, ~ri•J t.,­turning out a~ rr1;tny n:,·,,nJ .... f,,, Discos Mw,art a!'> his 1,.,,1 ,,-i,,.,J ule permit!'>. · At the tender age of twelve he was a member of a quartette, and at sixteen was given a coveted con­tract to sinr, with a Milanese or­chestra. When the astonished band leader disrnvered that he was under age, he was sent home to "grow up". Pasquall! j, "" tii"i. w\;,. 'Af, and look for hi, appt;;, 1 ari• ,. the S'..<ites to be a giant step "l• Pasquale has indeed ''grown up". He is a sensation in Italy, he knocked in the aisles in Bei­rut, they loved him in Spain, and he is rapidly becoming a nation­al institution in Mexico. He leaves early this month ... the party moves tu for a tour of Central and South Tcoters Rvs tao rem t ~@~~ ~(M@~[l@~ V@~OO~~[l[f AFTER DARK Bookshop & Film Gallery 3400 Travis Houston ½ Block of Free Parking, Slide Shaw, & Pool Room (713) 521-9857 AT LANT A: I 067 Peachtree St. (404) 881-0187 Page 3 ' I LEO 1-.h,dc\ Scan ~fart in (rc;1\ name Kevin f'h1naga11) appara11t­/ y /,as 11111dc ii IO a lop modeling pos11io11 in P/ayi:irf s Augmt is,uc. lk is f..:atured as Playgirl's Le,,. Scan 1s on gin ally rrom West Palm Bead1 ~ 11d has had several years training and experien..:e in n1<11.kli11g and danc­ing while living in North Carolina. I le started his caree1 at 19 in Wilmi11gto11 where he met and pcrf<>rmcd with female impersonator ~larilyn Maxwell. lie convinced her IU per­form his all time favorite. ~brilyn ~lonroc. Playgirl report, l\larilyn is still his ravoritc:· ..... There·s never been another sex goddess like hc1." (Playgirl. August 1976. p. I~(,.) l\laril} 11 \lax well CL>n\111rcd l1im tl' move to Charlotte where Sean continued to model and dance. I le danced with Marilyn at O!ccn's and is remembered b:r ,rnncr Don RobinsPn as "One of the most talentcd .... hc .:ould rcallv dance··. Also while in Charlotte Scan modeled and per-. rormcd for the Scorpio Disco 011 occasion. Marilyn, still a friend of Sean's. remembers him as " ... a person with l11gh ideals. lie wained to g,'t some where. I le always said he would make 11." Although Playgirl declined a Free Press request lL> rc­prini a phntL,graph for purposes or comparison. Karen Anderson. assistant Art Dircctm fm Plarnirl. did indic3tc familianty with model Kevin f"lanagan. Playgirl's Scan Martin. The Free Press suggests a photo comparison with Playgirl photos. Scan Martin is proof a successful career often begins in mv,t unusual places. lofJ f,,.f.,: 1/o,J,,f r..;,,(111 l/arlir, m1,I 1·11t,•rlni,wr lfonh·11 1/rn wr/1 μ,·rform log,•th,•1 ,,t Olf,,·11 '.,· l.mrn1:1·. · lop rtμ/11: "eu111111<I l/,,rj(\ 11 1wrjm111 a tl,rn,·,· rfl11lft1('. h,,1/nm rt/!hl: ,,:,,a11 lfor/111 modd, for plmlogmpl,~ lo lw 11,1•,/ tit,, .'1·11rpio 1,cfr1•r/1.\/'llll'III. Courtesy CHARLOTTE FREE PRESS /J l._ _____: ::::::::::::::::::::_:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.: .,: u.Pi••.:~,~s::_::::,~~•----.~.- ,~. -,w,.~,ww-,-.,-,.•--••-••••••=---•-•.-,■-=~-~ RHODA BLABLITT 0 Well, gang, (here's that old line again) Rhoda's back one more time. I know some dirt is over a week old, but still note worthy just the same. Such as our editor getting knocked out at Sally's on a Monday afternoon and winding up in New Orleans for cocktails shortly there after. Seems Ms. Terry West really knows how to mix (if that's the right term) a drink! And speaking of Sally's, this past weekend there was one! I hope I'm able to put half of it into words for you. It seems that to celebrate the holiday, Sunday was costume day for employees. Nunns on roller skates - really! Shades of Tiffany Jones. E. D. Lloyd informs us that there will soon be a Torchey Lane look alike contest in Houston. It seems that everyone who enters wins!!!!! And for you Hot Springs readers, well, TWla Starr was in Big H for the Mr. America Pageant. It was nice to see the "old" girl let her hair down' and really get with it. It seems that the Houston audiences have really taken a liking to this hot entertainer. It seems that a certain shade of lipstick was ap­pearing on certain bodies back stage, and they weren't drags! I tried to get an explanation from :::, (I) 3: 0.., (I) 4 -· 3 (I) Tuna, but she knows it's rude to talk with her mouth full. Dr. Frank Steiger and Lee Harper, both of Ah Men fame, gave one of their "famous" cock­tail parties Sunday afternnon and the majority of the Mr. America contestants and judges attended. One of the star attractions of the party was former Mr. David, C. J. Harrington who should receive an Oscar for his starring role in Journey to the Center of the Earth. It wasn't exactly about the earth, but it was about a trip going down deep!!!!!! Ti! next time, don't let your meat loaf. RHODA N. Y. NEWS RUNS POLL ON COURT'S RULING ON GAYS In a recent poll run by the New York Daily News, it was disclosed that more than half of the metropolitan area residents disagreed with the .Supreme Court's recent decision that a state may outlaw homosexual acts. About two thirds of those interviewed said they thought that homosexuals should be accepted in society and treated the same as anyone else. The Suireme Court, in a brief order on March 29, upheld a Virginia law providing up to five years in prison and a fine up to $1,000 for persons convicted of homosexuals activities. The Daily News Opinion Pon asked New Yorkers on April 19,20 and 21 what they thought of the court's ruling. The poll was arandom telephone sampling of 535 persons 18 or older in NYC, northern New Jersey, Westchester, Rockland, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. The question was: "Do you agree oc disagree with the recent Suireme Cour_t ruling on Gays?" The response was: Agree - 18%. Disagree - 58%. ' Don't Know - 42%. Agreeing with the decision· were 21% of the Catholics polled, 15% of the Jewish polled, and 14% of the Protestants. · Another question was: "Do you think that homosexuals should be accepted in society and treated the same as anyone else?" The replies were: Yes - 63%. No - 21%. Don't Know -16%. Another question was: "Do you think homosexuals are treated fairly in America today?" The answers were: Yes - 36%. No - 38%. Don't Know - 26%. Protestants gave a slightly higher percentage of affirmative answers to the last question than did Catholics. Comments from respondents reflected a wide.;range. of 01'inions. Some interviewed said gays were "sick" and should be treated. Others said gays should be left alone to lead their own lives. A few said that gays should be accepted in sxiety but ,:hould not be allowed to teach scho,:,l. Courtesy GAY SCENE, New York Page 5 ' ' ~ .. t-_. ! ', ...... ·-:-), . rf~'i'f}:-1 lt1'i.rlf7..\st'fl1t.lk' -i'. .il.'J~~ CLASSIFIED SECTION ANSWER A CONFIDENTIAL AD Address an envelope to us at the address shown below; inside, place an unaddressed BLANK en­velQpe with the CODE NUMBER 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 --~ou:iton, T~ll~S 770_06 B-174 Houston, w/m, business ex­ec, 39, 6'3", blonde. wishes to share luxurious home. Somewhere there must be a compatible indi\ - idual who has it together or a student who is working on it. Absolute r3quirerrents are a cer­tain amount of class and a will­ingness to contribute tn the arr­angements both his efforts and fin­ancially according to present abil­ity. My preference is toward small . smooth. thin persons. es­pe cia lly Latins and Orientals who a re n,•at pe rsonally and in the home But all considered on his own merit. Please, no opportunist. I have my PhD in being hustled and wo uld smell this out before you gc,t s tarted. An unusua l opp­,) r t unity for a ~incere and serious pe r son desi r ing a lifes tyle and re­lationship not too readily avail - J.ble. Phone olease. B-162 • Pasadena - Male 28, 5'9" , 185. brown hair and eye~ would like to meet good looking well built construction guys, (cy­cle riders into leather) weight lifters, and others. No fems. I like a man to lonk and act like a man. Willing to pleas e. Hot for sex every day. Crazy about hairy chests. Please an ­swer with picture if possible. Will answer all. B ~ 122· : . H~u'sto·n. .. . B~t~h'. 23' jock/frat type sex slave seeks experiences master. I get off to bondage, harnessment. w/s, domination, and erotic (jock) cl - othine, etc. Although not heavy s /m & pain. Prefer butch, while, hairy, jock, frat, cowboy, con­struction worker type between 20-35. Please let me l\now how, when and where 1 can serve ytJu. B-149 - Houston - Good looking white male, mid 20's, slim and muscular, looking for fun games with guys 21-35 who are Greek active. B-157 - Houston - F-0reign cou­ple seeking male, prefer bi, in 30's or late 20's. Not fat, will­ing to disregard racial superior­ity. Welovemusic,mostlyclass­ical. literature, photography. Pl­ease reply with photo . G-·10·7 ·• · D·ee·r · Pa.rk · ~ ·H'uuston housewife would like to meet local, cau, bi/ gay. grils for fun . B- 181 Houston w/ m, 21 , 5' 11 ", 137, slim, well built, good look­ing, and hung. Looking for strict­ly masculine male for someafter­noon fun and hot sex. Definite preference for white males with mustache and/or beard. and hairy bodies. Must be cool. Nos s / m. b/ d, ff. Freaks ok. Send photo if possible and phone. Very an ­xious for answer, 'so we can get right to work, or !)lay. B-123 - Galveston - Houston area young man, cau .. 37, 5'8" 179. sexually insatiable wishes to meet correspond with men 30-50, average to well hung. Explicit letter and photo if poss­ible. Will answer all who are interested in fun. Travel very little. but happy to entertain. .. .. ......... . . . B--124 - Garland - Submissive, white male, needs owner-. 6'1 ", 29, 260, want to try all things passivt: Greek, active French, golden showers, enemas, b/ d, tv . etc . I am yours to do with a.!> you pJca.-,c. OPEN 7 A.M. to 2 A.M. HAPPY HOURS 7 A.M. to NOON and 5 to 8 P.M. TUES. & THURS. ALL DAY & NIGHT HAPPY HOUR PRICES 75, bar drinks 504 beer JEM SANITATION Taking Up Where They Left Off 3400 Montrose, Suite 305 528-8969 Janitorial Services for Bars, Restaurants, Office Bui !dings, Residences I Specializing in Floor Care .__ _______ _ Page 6 NAME: _____________ _ ADDRESS:-------------,-- CITY: ______________ _ STA TE: _________ ZIP:----- YES! I WOULD LIKE TO SUBSCRIBE TO NUNTIUS Weekly for ( ) 3 MONTHS - $ 7.50 ( ) 6 MONTHS - 15.00 ( ) 1 YEAR - 30.00 MAIL CHECK OR ~ONEY ORDER TO: NUNTIUS - 4615 Mt. Vernon - Houston, Tx. 77006 PLACE YOUR OWN AD USING THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" in theNuntius are listed free of chage. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are coded by number and run in the weekly Nun­tius and monthly Nuntius until fur­ther notice from the advertiser or until three (3) written complaints of not answerinc replies are re­ceived. "Personal Ads" with telephone numbers and/or addresses maybe purchased by the week in the weekly Nuntius. Space may be purchased at 10¢ per word, $2.00 minimum. Here's mr adwith/withoutphoto(s) I, the undersigned, hereby repre­sent that I am not a ~or, that the photo(s) (if photo is 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 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: Name Address City State Zip Phone Moil to Nuntius 4615 Mt v,.,non How .. or . T <'•as 77006 BC-102 Dallas We l\ish to meet couples and bi females, husband will join only at your request for threesome. G-133 San Antonio German House­wife no swinger, 5'4", 108 look­ing for a girlfriend to go arround with and love 45-55. Please write. B-2M Texas City Young white male, 22, 5'9", 124, wishes to meet sincere non !at man white 22-36 {or lovers relationship. I love boating, water sking, sports cars and _traveling. I'm passive, prefer hairy bodies. Love music and dancing. Send recent full length photo. Virgo Zodiac. Con­tacts be careful, Ilive with parents. .................... B-311 Houston Working class Heroe will share his world with a student or young employed per­~ on. 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 guys. No heavy involvement de­sired and no strings attached. My "early everything" Montrose flat is yours to call home in exchange for minor chores, If you are congenial and could get off to such an arrangement. Prefer not to hear from heavy dopers, hust­lers, bar flys or s/m's. Will answer all. Please send detailed letter and phone. ............. . B-354 Burleson Texas Everyone wants photos but I don't have any. I will pose for anyone male or female and divide the pictures. Any pose ok. I am white male who enjoys all kinds of sex. 8-355 Dallas Bi guy, white, 1T1asc­uline, tall, slender with dark brown hair, grey /green eyes and hung and knows how to use it. I'm 31. Am 'into spanking with a paddle on your bare butt, and what turns you on. I want friendly single guys who are white 18-29 who really dig this and not phoneys or un­stable. The guys must be masc­uline and not fat. Guys who like to work out together and having fun. A doninamt (me) and a pass­ive (you). Be my best buddy, so if you are really into this write and we will meet. B-356 Ft Worth Female imper­sonator. Passionate and very sex)' w/m 26, would like tc, meet and date tall bi men or gays who arc interested in TV and would like to have the time of their life. I'm submissive and love to please and satisfy all .vour desires. Pl­ease be sin<·ere with your replJ as I am in need of loving and want only men that can please me. Complete discretion and prhar·.v assured. Letters with photo · and phone an,-wered first. Aho want to date male photographer lhal ha,­oi. n ~tudio and will take proft",~ ­ional pictures of me. Love R0U01®2 BOOK STORE Open at 10am til 4am 7. days a week 900 Lovett Sweet 104 528-8969 B-349 Houston Gay or bi room mate wanted. Quiet white male 24, want white roommate under 22 Prefer quiet person who likes the outdoors and quiet times tog­ether. No b/ d, s/m. I want sin­cere and honest person. There must be someone out there that will take this .ad serious and will take this ad seriously and write very soon. Include phone and photo if possible. G-132 Female mid 50's wishes to hear from women of similar age. No men. Heavy set "butch" gentle and considerate. Enjoy a good life style, non drinker, easy going,. well educated, hard worker. Possibility of some travel. B-344 Odessa Single bi working male new to area setoking cou­ples and singles for morning or afternoon fun and pleasure (work 2 to 10) Let's start the day off satisfied and happy. Your place or mine. Can travel within 100 miles. Oversexed married women most welcome if husband appro\·es and cant join in every time, sex nudity, poloroid, movies etc. are my things. No pain, just lots of fun and pleasure. You name the game I'll strive to please. I'm very honest, sincere and clean, expect same. Photo and phone if possible. P,ease will ans all · with photo of myself. Page 7 DIRE&.l-ORY ABILENE BAR H 4001 Pine 472-0076 AMARILLO OLD PLANTATION 1005 N. Filmo,e 372-5081 AUSTIN APARTMENT 2828 Rio G,onde 478-0224 AUSTIN COUNTRY 705 Red Rive, 472-0418 PEARL ST. WAREHOUSE 1720 LoVoca 478-0176 CORPUS CHRISTI JOLLY JACK 411 Peoples 882-0254 PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chappa,all 882-0046 DALLAS Bors BON SOIR 4527 Cole 526-9432 BRASS RAIL 2513 N. FHzhugh CHUCK'S 3019 Haskell 526-9329 CREW'S INN 3229 N. Fitzhugh 526-9320 CREW'S INN 11 3115 Live Oak 824-9043 ENCORE 4516 McKinney 526-9328 ENTRE NUIT 3116 Live Oak 823-04 23 HIGHLAND 3018 Monticello 526-9551 JUGS 3218 N. Fitzhugh 526-9283 OLD PLANTATION 1807 N. Ha,wood 651-1988 OLIVE BRANCH SALOON 2822 McKinney 823-0921 ONE WAY INN 2509 N. Fitzhugh 824-9227 RAMROD 3224 N. Fitzhugh 526-9110 SERVICE STATION ~OJ.lio'i·N~?~'W>\ 526-9025 4025 Maple 526-9,173 SWAMP TRASH 3014 Th,ockmorton 526-9184 TERRY'S MAIL BOX 2515 N. FHzhugh 824-9126 TERRY'S RANCH 4117 Maple 526-9302 T. J.'S 3307 McKinney 526-9638 TOOL BOX 1804 N. Ha,waod 748-2054 VILLA FONTANA 1315 Skiles 823- 0732 Baths BATCHELORSQUARTERS 1225 Skiles 823-0432 CLUB DALLAS 2616 Swiss Ave. 821-1990 EL PASO APARTMENT 804 My,tle 522-7175 PET SHOP 800 E. Son Antonio 523-9721 TIME MACHINE 207 E. San Antonio 532-0820 FT. WORTH AUB"S 1308 St. Louis 927-9220 BAILEY ST. WHEREHOUSE 259 Badey St. 335-0232 500 CLUB 506 W. Magnolia 335-0692 REGENCY 1812 Hemphill SHOWBOAT 303 Th,ockmo,ton 335-0064 651 CLUB 651 S. Jennmgs 332-0745 SWITCH 1313 Hemphill 927-9523 T. J. S BACKDOOR 5536 Joxbo,o Hwy 624 - 0603 GALVESTON Bors DOLPHIN ROOM Seowal I Hotel 1702 Seawall Blvd. FRUIT JAR 2214 Mechonic 763-6319 KON TIKI 220 23,d 763-9031 MARY'S 11 2502 Ave. 1 QY, ROBERT'S LAFITTE 409 Rosenbe,g 763-9507 Both KON TIKI BATHS 220 23,d 763-4700 HOT SPRINGS, ARK. PEACOCK LOUNGE 220 Central Ave. HOUSTON Bors BARN 710 Pacific 526-9427 BRIAR PATCH 2294 Holcombe 665-9678 DEPO$1TORY 2606 Peckham 527-0260 DETOUR 1504 Westheimer 528-9552 EXILE 1017 Bell 226-8608 FILLING STATION 1801 Richmond 528-8523 GALLEON 2720 Richmond 528-8787 HORN-IT 1430 Al dine Mai I Rd. 442-9459 HI LITE RANCH 6100 S. Main 528-8048 INSIDE/OUTSIDE 1318 Wostheime, 528-8049 JUST MARION & L YNNS 817 Fairview 528-9110 LAMP POST 2417 Times 528-8921 LAZY J 302 Tuam 528-8364 LEVI 2400 B,azos 528-8637 LOCKER 1732 Westheime, 528-8844 LOFT 2909 Main 528-9337 MARYS 1022 Westheimer 528-8851 NUMBERS 1005 California ODO'S PLACE 905 Wood,ow 528-9019 OLD PLANTATION 2020 Kip ling 522-2353 OUR PLACE 1419 Richmond 528-8903 SALLY'S 900 Lovett 528-8900 SECOND SUN 534 Westhelme, 524-1225 VENTURE N 2923 Moin 528-9397 Baths CLUB HOUSTON 2205 Fannin 659-4998 MR. FRIZBYS 3401 Molam 523-8840 Bookstores ACTION NEWS 4615 Mt. Vemon 524-5612 AFTER DARK 3400 T,avis 521-9857 ADUL TZ I 708 W. Aloboma S24-8178 CLIMAX 1497 Richmond 528-7808 DINERS NEWS 240 Westheim•• 526-9850 RU 1 2 900 Lovett A Suite 104 528-8969 STUDZ NEWS 1132 W. Alabomo Businesses AH MEN 805 Westheime, 524-9337 ALANS LANDING Hai, Styling 4532 Beechnut 666-0887 C. 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