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THE ANNEX CLUB
New clubs may come and go in
dear old Houston, but none with
such promise as the new 'ANNEX'
located at 1318 Westheimer. Formerly known as Rands, or the
POSADA DEL SOL, this club adjoins the now-straight Entree;
a two- story building remodeled
from an apartment house, this
new club will probably attract
many of the old Entree customers
and many living in the vicinity.
According to ANNEX sources,
this club will be a 'conservative'
place, tastefully and well decorated by its origina. owner, and
will make its bid for the senior
collegiate crowd and executives,
side-by-side to jeans crowd. Tho
itt has all the earmarks of a coat
and tie place, such is not the case
in mind. It will have a fun 'aura'
with a piano along with the juke
box and usual game machines.
Although not officially opened
yet it is licensed as a mixed drink
bar with a dancing license, and
has already begun its ascent to
ng so close in on Westheimer
it practically within walking
distance to everywhere, and many
on foot, have already chosen this
as their favorite roosting spot.
Plans for the grand opening are
not fully revealed, but the date is
set for OCTOBER 18th. from 9 pm
An adjacent lot is being cleared
for parking, and will be surfaced
to allow more than ample space
for the caddies and skooters expected to jam the area.
According to the management
team representing the ANNEX,
this will be highest on* the list of
the city's FINEST COCKTAIL
This two-level structure has a
steel fire stair leading down from
the second story, and the second-
story room is virtually surrounded by glass affording a great view
onto busy Westheimer. THE ANNEX features a T.V. lounge, and
each portion of the club is divided
into seperate uses; the ANNEX
will feature HAPPY HOURS daily
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. (ALL DAY SUN.)
with H'ouerv d'ouerves during.
In a statement to the Nuntius,
the management affirmed that the
ANNEX will be a quiet, comfortable lounge with a relaxing atmosphere at all times. It will
open daily at NOON and close at
2:00 a.m. This club will also be
among a very few that will honor
SUCH MAJOR CREDIT CARDS as
Bankamericard, Diners Club and
GOT A PLASTIC
Have you ever wondered what
you would do if you were in a
traffic accident or fight, etc., and
suffered lacerations about the
face? And what the scar would
do to your looks afterward?
Well first, let us say that when
the emergency first occurs, and
you're admitted to a hospital
emergency room, that hospital's
first concern is to stop the bleeding and prevent any furthur harm
from exposure of the wound. They
will clean it, dress it, and perhaps stitch your face together.
But rarely is the plastic surgeon
on call there, and aesthetics have
little role in the emergency room
treatment. Even when the attending physician does his best to
do a 'clean' sewing job, he is not
as able to conceal the scar as
would be a plastic surgeon.
Do you know one? Do you have
his name and phone number or
home address? Do you even have
a doctor of your own? It would
benefit you to look into this matter now, if you care at all about
your appearance, because a feww
moments time can make a lifetimes' difference to you. If a
plastic surgeon is summoned to
the scene immediately, within a
few hours, to the opersting room
he can probably prevent the scars
from showing. There is little he
can do later that doesn't become
too costly or involved. Getting him
to the scene of surgery about the
time of the accident is the one
way to ensure that no matter how
badly your face may be cut up,
under the skilled hands of a plastic surgeon, you can prevent the
formation of ugly scars. Ask
your doctor. He'll tell you. If you
don't know a doctor, ask a friend
for the name of his. Spend $12.
and become his patient. THEN
from HIM get the name of the
plastic surgeon he'll use in time
of crisis; plan ahead people.
Make sure you know of one in the
cities you intend visiting. Take
the time to plan ahead for such
'trivial' tilings. But remember,
in this Gay Life we live, LOOKS
mean a whole lot.
IK! - new look
The newly redecorated TIKI
ROOM at the Houston BAYOU
LANDING has been attracting
more and more people to it nitely
perhaps, in pajt, due to the personal attention they receive from
the master bartended there, Paul,
who holds court six night a week
in the place.
The room is not yet attenuated
for a rush of business, as the
job is still unfinished; a new dance
floor has been added, and the
new light fixtures help. The bar
has been redesigned and enlarged.
Crystal-like chandeliers adorn
the ceiling where once hung white
nondescript globes; pix of figures
adorn the walls in unusual stance
while the color of the room is
conducting a difficult chore for
match-work visa vi furniture
and other accoutrements planned
for the room.
As it is now, the room is comparable to any small bar in the
city of Houston, but is only in
its first stage of decorating.
The little touch of sophistication one now feels upon entering
the room has helped bring to this
major Houston bar, many who
otherwise dislike the main room.
Acoording to sources at the
Bayou Landing, more will be done
with the room soon, including the
possibility of a large patio just
outside the side door.