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Title The Nuntius Southwest, March 12-19, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date March 12, 1976-March 19, 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 , I ~~~ l I l t ) l I l t ) l I l t l I t ) l I l t ) I I t l t I l l t l 111 l l I 11 l l I I l t I n,~ ~ ~ ::: OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK = 24 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES ~__, ACTION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 Houston's · LARGEST 25t Movie Arcade! ~ . ~ . <I • ,_ ,. - ... , •• MARCH 12 - 19, 1976 SOU'S.l&,ffl€S'i§ FREE ~ i~\ ,\~\:~ Now in our 8th month of publication. Photo by ALGREN The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper ; ' The NUNTlllS Southwest" Weekly is; . - published weekly in Houston, Texas l through TWIT at 527-9111. -1615 Mt. Vernon, Houston Texas• Down off Montrose is a fairly 77006 (713) 522-5609 or (713) •a new business, Bobby's of Houston 526-9503. . . . . Bobby carries some of the best The official views. of °!1S shirts in town at the lowest pr-newspaper are expressed rn edit- • . , orials. Opinions expressed in by- I ,~es anywhere. If you don t be-lined articles, letters, etc, are I heve me, go' an~ see for your­those of the writers and do not self. Bobby s is located next represent the opimon of the pub- Ito the Pickwick on W. Alabama. lisher. Publication of the name I The "New" Encore in Dallas or photograph of any person or• is getting set for the Miss Gay o.rll'ani~ation in ar~icle.s or a.dvi:r- I Dallas Pageant. Lady Nova Ber­ti~ rng rn the Nuntms 1.s no ~nd1c- I nard, Miss Gay Universe 1975, at10n of the sexual onen~b<?n of III will be the special guest. Miss such pers.on~ or orgamzabons. lllDallas will represent Big D in Submission of double spaced, I . . typed manuscripts, as well as III the Miss Gay .Texas Pageant ,~ drawings and photographs is en- Ill OUSTO~ April 10 & 11. Speaku couraged. Unused material will lof the Miss Gay Texas Pageant, be promptly returned (please en- lKHOU-TV in Houston has said it close self addressed stamped en- 111 will give television coverage to velo(?e, with correct postage). The Jthis year's pageant. Miss Gay N_u~t~us does not :is.sume resp?n- JTexas Pageant will be the first sib1hty for ~n.sohc1ted material. 111 state pageant in the U.S. to re- Advertising rates upon re- I ceive any extended media cover-quest. i, age Editor .................. Mel Plummer Ill . Al d t· ·th Amusement Editor T.G. Pretenderf . . so a. new a ~er iser Wl •n•••••••• .. ••••••t,'111i!li!li.-, us th1.s issue i~ Kay Mills?n, Elect- . roly sis. Kay 1s locate5 rn the Spa FROM Building in Sharpstown Mall. She is available to talk to you about that "unwanted hair" you have THE been so displeased with for so long! EDITOR It's all free personal and con-fidential. I let Kay try it out on me last week, and all the rumors First I'd like to thank Algren about that current bringing Frank­Photography for the cover this issue. Taken during Mardi Gras it's one of Gary Miller of the Houston Motorcycle Club. It was a part of the "Cleopatra Cometh" with a cast of thousands. The Mardi Gras Spectacular will be re­staged in Houston, March 26th. As soon as a location has been decided we'll let you know. Algren has now moved his studio to 2110 Lexington and can be reached there enstein to life, well , it's not true. There's no pain involved at all. I would like to welcome the Other End in Wa.co to the family of Nuntius recepients . It's really a super bar. The Other End will also be represented in the Miss Gay Texas Pageant for the first time ever. E. D. 's Originals will soon have something different for all you sun worshipers. E. D. will be making custom swim wear. So if you' re looking for that one of a kind sunning outfit, check with E. D. in the 900 Lovett com­plex in Houston. The Old Plantation in Amar­illo is now open and we! I under way. For those out west Texas way, be sure to stop in. The monthly issue of the Nuntius is now out for March. It has hundreds of personal ads, plus a lot of news and entertain­ment. Check it out at your favor­ite news stand. The French Quarter Theatre, Houston has just lined up a really hot 1st run flick. It's Toby Ross' "Longhorns". And every member of the cast well lives up to his part of being a "longhorn". Don't miss it! Many thanks to everyone for keeping us up to date on the South­west directory. The directory is updated every 4 weeks, so keep us posted for any changes that we might over look. For all those who have been asking, Aunt Sofa will return next week. She recently lost a member of her family and has been in seclusion. But now that she has revovered from the loss of her pet turtle Wilbur, she promises to bring you the wildest reading ever! So if you have trouble with your love life or just any quest­ions you would like answered, write to Aunt Sofa, c/ o the Nuntius. Til next week, Why suffer from unwanted hair? It can be permenantly removed b y M edically Approved Electrolysis. Call KAY MILLSON for a personal, confidential, and free consultation. 772-3955 SPA BLDG. Suite 260 Sharpstown Mall Houston Bobby's of Houston "~Jh, Shi,t Shop o/ .51.f m,twst'' 619 W. ALA.BAKA • P.O. BOX )374:ff '7'7008 7'7019 HOUSTON, TR.JC. "s ome Of My Best Friends Are" (politicians!) Some of your worst enemies are too! But How Do You Know, And What Do You Do? REGISTER - Fill out the enclosed card, and mail it today! ( can 224-1919-ext. 310 to report change of address. ) BE INFORMED - To receive candidate info, Call· 661-5777. VOTE- We'll tell you when and where! VOLUNTEER - We need your help - right now! h nk 0 ma e reg steed, but y u re s • I 24 1919 ex G a C S- Aries March 21 - April 20 You can't afford to be overcon­fident or to take things for granted. Bring your excellentjudgementin­to play at every turn, especially if your reputation is at stake. Taurus April 21 - May 21 Something you say or do will en-· hance your reputation. If you know the answer, don't withhold it. The morning hours may be used profitably this week at the office or shop. Gemini May 22 - June 21 Avoid !)ending the rules where in­come or outgo is concerned. The budget may be strained by too much spending now. Some de­vious proposition can be over­looked. Cancer June 22 - July 23 This week may be difficult. There is a tendency to bend the truth or spill a secret. Don't be too neg­ative if confronted with a confus­ing problem. Ask for opinions. Leo July 24 - August 23 Lib movements get planetary app­roval. You gain by sharing and collaborating. This week favors social and cultural ·contacts, one of which carries a lasting potential. Virgo Aug. 24 - Sept. 23 Look up someone you haven't seen for a shile. An affair where re­freshments are served may have a special appeal. You can exert leverage to improve business fin­ances. Libra Sept. 24 - Oct. 23 This could be a confusing week; conflicting trends could cause in­action or action in the wrong dir­ection. Someone may try to gel the upper hand over you now. Scorpio Oct 24 - Nov. 22 This is a good time for taking care of difficult tasks or people. The stars favor step by step pro­cedures . Make up for lost time. Take a firm grasp of things. Sagittarius Nov. 23 - Dec. 21 Be cautious and patient this week, especia lly whe re othe r people's resources a re conce rned. Don ·t neglect a nyone from whom you might expect a benefit. Sign no papers. Capricorn Dec. 22 - Jan. 20 Lend ),>11r assistance to others in de\'el11pin1'( their talents or finan­cial rt",ou1-ces. Keep iunds in ci rcula tio11 by paying debts. Fun a ids longevity. recuperation. Aquarius Jan. 21 - Feb. 19 The re may be a tendency to over­eat or indulge yourself in other ways now. A void taking overdoses of medicines, etc. In the evenings someone may be critical of you. Pisces Feb. 20 - March 20 The end of the workweek could bring a surprise development in connection with travel plans or dis­tant communications. Don't be thrown off balance. ;:;===· ::::·• ·:: .... ::~:: ::: ~ .. ·:::r:.::• :::=::: u•,.;; u•:••· .... ,.-:~ The only true words to de­scribe "Goodbye Norma Jean" is low budget. It is sleazy, sh­abby, and stupid. Despite all these adjectives, it has some mag­netic pull and does leave the aud­ience with a small amount of sat­isfaction. L,rry Buchanan, who also wrote as well as directed, calls it the " real story" of the birth of Marilyn Monroe. The plot of the film follows Norma Jean Baker from 1941 to the late 50's when Marilyn was getting her first big breaks in film. Misty Rowe of "Hee Haw" fame takes on the title role as Norma Jean. She bears a small resemblance to Norma Jean, but attains the appearance of Marilyn when the transformation is comp­lete. As to sounding like Mari ­lyn she has it down pat. The dialogue is played st­raight forward and plows earn­estly ahead. It's really sad - what a heaven satire it could have been! From Misty Rowe's top­less scenes to her rape scene by a cop and all the way to her s ed­uction by the lesbian casting dir­ector, it appears that " Norma Jean" was headed to be a top rated porno flick, but for some un­known reason, it was changed at the last minute. 1818 Mls.5 GAY DALLAS The "New" Encore in Dallas is pleased to announce that the Fourth Annual Miss Gay Dallas Pageant will be held Thursday, March 18th, at the Encore, 4615 McKinney. This year's special guest will be Lady Nova Bernard, Miss Gay Universe 1975. Also on hand will be Shan Covington, Miss Gay America 1975, Lisa Moya, Miss Gay Da llas 1974, Cindy Birdsong, 2nd r unner- up Miss Gay America 1975 and Erika Lane Miss Dallas Old Plantation 1975. Miss Gay Dallas will receive $150, a four foot trophy, crown scepter and red velvet robe. She will be sent to Houston to com­pete for the title of Miss Gay Texas 1976, all expenses paid. The first r unner- up will re­ceive $100 and the 2nd runner-up $50. Miss Congeniality will re­ceive a trophy. The door charge will be $2.50 and include a souvenir program. Pageant starting time will be 9:00 p.m. Miss Gay Dallas is an off­icial pageant r ecognized by the Miss Gay Texas Pageant. MISS AY DA LAS With Special Guests 1976 MISS GAY AMERICA Shan Covington 1975 MISS GAY UN /VERSE The Lady Nova Benard 1972 MISS GAY DALLAS Cindy Birdsong 1974 MISS GAY DALLAS Lisa Moya 1976 MISS GAY METROPLEX Ereka Lane $300 Cash Prizes THE "N EW " ENCORE 4516 McKinney MARCH· 18th $2.50 9:30 PM OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY RECOGNIZED BY MISS GAY TEXAS Pogo 3 THE :\EW ENCORE??? For those of you who are questioning this heading, let us explain, the Encore of Dallas is still there but, What New changes have already taken place, and for the immediate future the remodel­ing will be unbelieveable. Al­ready the new lighted ceiling over the dance floor is in full oper­ation. The "new" Cock Room is open in full operation serving your favorite cocktails, in an quiet soothing atmosphere. The decor as well as the floor are brand new. The game room adj ­acent to this room also has been newly decorated from ceiling to floor. The walls a ll around have a new look, as well as the back service bar. The future for the "New" Encore are as bright, as a drag queens reflection in her own mirror. As the e lectric lighted dance floor e lectronically i n beat with your movements as well as the music. The new remodeling of the DJ booth. The new stage for the Wed. & Sun. shows. The remodeling of the main bar in a horse shoe fashion. Coat & hat checks. Possibly the larg­est outdoor patio in the Texas area. These are a few of the changes comming for the "New" Encore. So do not be disappoint­ed the "New Encore" will continue to entertain its customers just like the "Old" Encore but only in a newer style. GAY BATHS O.K.'? :\ot that anyone wa~ talking about it, but - there won't be an) massage parl()rS opening in Hedford, :,.;ew Hampshire. Residents voted 538-2.J.l "to make it unlawful for any estab­lishment, public or pdrnt~, to op­erate as a massage salon, bath. or shower, or similar type busi­ness where any physical contact with recepients of s uch services is provided by persons of the opp­osite sex". t•" j ---- COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! A n If you need friends, new directions and dimensions in your life, you can find it here! Nothing to lose - everything to gain! The Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection 1214 Joe Annie t P.O. Box 1373' t Houston, Texas 77019 Sunday Services 11am & 7:30pm t Rev. Robert M. Falls, Pastor Phone (713) 526-B233 =!~~ GL~ ~~A~1tla~~~Ml Page 4 HOUSTON 2020 Kipling * 522-2353 SUNDAY - FOLLIES AT 9:45 p.m. * $1 COVER MONDAY - $1 COVER * 25¢ BAR DRINKS TUESDAY - 10¢ BEER * 25¢ BAR DRINKS * $1 COVER WEDNESDAY - FOLLIES AT 9:45 p.m. * $1 COVER THURSDAY - $1 COVER * 25¢ BAR DRINKS FRIDAY & SATURDAY - AFTER HOURS* $1 COVER DALLAS 5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff * 634-7110 SUNDAY - 60¢ BAR DRINKS ** MONDAY - 10¢ DRAFT BEER TUESDAY - 90¢ MARGARITT AS ** WEDNESDAY - 60¢ BAR DRINKS THURSDAY - CHAMP AGNE 50¢ A GLASS AMARILLO 1005 North Filmore * 372-0252 MONDAY - 10¢ DRAFT BEER ** TUESDAY - 90¢ MARGARITT AS WEDNESDAY - ½ PRICE BAR DRINKS ** THURSDAY - POOL TOURNAMENT FRIDAY & SATURDAY - $1 COVER * 1st DRINK FREE SUNDAY - $1.50 COVER * BUFFET & FREE DRAFT BEER EL PASO THE PET SHOP 800 E. San Antonio * 532-9721 EL PASO'S ONLY DISCO WITH LIQUOR! EVERY SUNDAY - BEER BUST * SHOW * BUFFET What Doctors Dont Know About Deep Throat \ London ph_, sieian test fied thh week that the kind 1 love making described in unJI Lovelace's recent book could lea~ to death. Medical expen D1·. Ste11arJ Carne was commenting on an oral sex practice described in the boo1 " Inside Linda Lovelace". This we~ Jean Andre old Pisces ' wh Paris, but no leans , Louisil!nl tall , weighs 176 well , you can ju Jean love cove r ed most is quite candid ity and says p not a must fo Right". Inner most important he is looking fo Jean is and the out d camping, swimt sunbathing. Of in shape is ve He says you ne that right perso Mon. thru Fri . Happy Hour 4 to 7 Mon. - 50¢ Beer 7 to 2 Tue. - Free Movie Wed. - Hat and/ or Color Nite ½ Price Drinks 7 ti I ? Sat. - 1 to 6 All Bar Doti'' Sun. - Free Draft 7 ., , ? About ~~St~ 1 i Lind d lea e11ari n oral i boo~ Dr. Carne said "I can onl, speculate this is a circus trick which fe11 people can do. It i, not possible for most men and 11omen". The doctor stated that "inexperienced teenager~" could die attempting to duplicate it. ex­plaining that the act could "over­disturb the heart". Lovelace is accused in London of writing a book likely to deprave and corrupt. rhis 11eek's photos are of 1dre, Jean is a 23 year ces who was born in ,ut no\. lives in New Or­. ouisijina. He stands 6' .ghs 176 pounds, and looks u can judge for yourself. rn loves to t, avel and has most of the l '. S. He candid about his sexua l ­says physical beauty is nust for his ideal "Mr. Inner beauty is the 1portant factor and what king (or. ean is a lover of nature out doors. He loves , sw\mming, hiking and g. Of cour se, keeping is 1·ery impor-lam also. you never can tell when l person will come along. TO BE! PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N.. Chapparall Corpus Christi, Texas (512) 882-0046 AH MEN, of Houston 8 0 !5 WESTHEIMER H OUSTON, T EXAS 7 7 006 EAT YOUR UNDERWEAR? YES! A Bloomington, Indiana, drug­store owner is out with a new line of underwear for both men and women which should help the food shortage. Believe it or not, the undies can be eaten. The owner of the drugstore, Bruce Storm, says that he and his wife received edible undies as a Christmas gift, and then decided to stock them in his stores. The unusual new pants are made of food, starch, glycerin, inverted sugar. manitol, Jycethin and art­ificial coloring. Who buys edible underwear? The assistant manager for one of Storm Stores says "most of the buyers have been between 35 and 60. Some of the women have been going up to the cashiers on the floor and whispering what they're looking for". ■cNTIIJS The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper Comes To You In A Special Monthly Edition! S. D. GOVENOR VIEWS POT In the wake of statements by the government's top drug ex­pert. Dr. Robert Dupont, on the relative harmlessness of mari­juana, South Dakota has mornd rapidly to decriminalize pot in that state. Both houses of the South Dakota Legislature last Friday afternoon approved what appears to be the most liberal pot law in America. Under the South Dakota bill that goes to the Govenor this week persons caught possessing less than an ounce of grass can be assessed a civil fine of no more than $20. The six other states that use the civil fine approach have set the fines at $100. South Dakota's action came just a day after Dr. Dupont stated that both tobacco and alcohol prob­ably pose a greater health threat than does marijuana. Other states expected to vote favorably on decriminalizat­ion bills in the near future in­clude Minnesota, Michigan and Pennsylvania. DCPOilfOlf THE HOTTEST DISCO IN HOUSTON • FEATURING • TV LOUNGE/QUIET BAR VAULT GAME ROOM NEW LIGHTING EFFECTS WEEKLY SPECIAL BOARD 2606 Peckham Houston, Texas 77006 527-0260 Pop 5 Page 6 •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• • .......,. Miss Gfly Texfls 1976 TEXAS' Of<MCIAL PRELIMINARY PAGEANT t-OR MISS GAY AMERICA April 10th t 11th ~~ i'~Afl~~ HOUSTON MISS GAY TEXAS $200, Trophy, & Trip to Miss Gay Americo 1st RUNNER-UP $125 & Trophy 2nd RUNNER-UP S 75 & Trophy Reserved Seating $3.00 per niqht Two Nite Ticket Reserved Seatinq - $5.00 For entry appl icotion and tickets: PAGEANT 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, Texas 77fn, •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• •••••••••••••• .• •-· Q"£T..A.._~ar_r-F~:El.. ALL MALE CINEMA FOR THE DISCRIMINATE GAY MALE AFTER DAR K'S FEATURED MAN FOR.FE0BRUARY! Starring Peter Berlin X-RATED/COLOR/ALL MALE CAST A HAND IN·HAND FILMS RELEASE pl115 "Undecided" Louisiana at Elgin • 528-9485 Houston's Only Gay Owned and Operated Theater letters to t/Je Editor Dear Editor: I have advertised in your fine paper (how many people realize what great effort goes into each issue, I wonder) and have had really amazing responses from all sor of interesting and attractive individuals. And I have answered some ads, with the same very rewarding results. Your editor­ial several weeks ago saying that the ads really work was right on target. I had a lways thought it was a risky sort of thing to ad­vertise or respond to an ad (I think the terms advertise/admake some people nervous or suspic ­ious, like they weresellingorbuy­ing a product sight unseen). But I and others know better now. I just have this to say to those who have hesitated and have said so to me; the risk is either imagin­ary or very s light; you have very little to lose and everything to gain. I'm not a rip-off and have not been ripped-off, and don't expect to. Paranoia never got anyone any­where: freedom or personal sat­isfaction is a lot easier than you think. Getting to know people - - I mean people, not bodies on a meat rack through this paper sure as heck beats the usual round ab­out way of· getting it on with that "right guy". Give it a try once; at least you won't be Jet do\\n. To those who make the paper possible, my s incere thanks for the beautiful things you have made possible! G. Waco Texas ~ . 1ffifiii:tfiif1;1rm1ifi~tiWl..,11:1~~ 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 $1. for each letter you wish forward-ed. MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, Texas 77006 personals P-101 Dallas Danny K. please write me as soon as possible. I am worried about you. Love, Randy P-102 lndpls Indiana Steve, I met you Thursday 1/ 29/76 at the re­opening at the Depo$itory. You had to work the next day and I had to return home ti Indianapolis We left without exchanging add­resses. I would like to keep in touch. Please reply, Don. B~347 Lubbock Lonesome new to area, attractive white ro. Look­ing for discreet bi guy or gal. Have lovely wife who likes to watch or join in 3 way fun. Those with photo, phone get fast reply. B-303 Houston W/m. 5'11", 160, 30, good looking beard and mous­tache, great imagination. Seeks young, hunky, well endowed, studs that want to be made happy. B-361 Ft Worth Bi male TV would like to meet versatile couples and only well hung straight type men. I need no reciprocation from men. No drugs. b/d, s/m. Photo with answers. 8-.334 ·sa·n °M~r~o~ ·vo·u~g ·c~~t~~l Texas male student would like to write to or meet other young guys who can respect a gay who leads a basically straight lifestyle and enjoys it. I enjoy music and photography, Travel Texas occ­asionally, so pen pals are fine too. Discretion assured. Why not write, we may both be missing something. I enjoy anything that is fun or feels good. ............. B--335 ·H~u~t~n For bisexuals only Male we, blond, 187, 5'11", ath­letic, handsome prefer making it with older couples 25-35. Love parties, am good mixer and not pushy. If you're an attractive coup! e and need a versatile male that knows what to do. Write me with photo and phone OK? Write soon. B--34°6 · D0alia~ -T~ · ~~n·t~d· 0nic0e · looking male 6', 193, 34, would like to meet and date attractive TV. Be honest I am. 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-315 Houston 5'10" , 155, 20 , but look and act 25. I have just recently returned to Houston Have spent 5 months away getting my head together in another town Have matured to an understanding with myself that bars are not fun anymore. I wish to meet someone who is like myself a gay human being not fem , not fat, no b/ d, s / m, 18-30, fa irly attractive, but personality is more important. I work in a semi gay place. I like blonde and blue eyes. Wish honest rel. Please repl,v with ph6ne and complete desc ription. PLACE YOUR OWN AD FREE USING -THIS FORM !!! All " Personal Ads" in the GM/ FS ore listed free of charge. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. Al I ads ore 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 Mole Female Swingers (GM FS) in which my ad appears. I, the undersigned, hereby represent that I om not a minor, that the photo(s} (if photo is included) is on actual photograph of myself and that all data in· eluded in my ad is true ond correct. Consent is here• by give.n for the GM FS or ony other publication _as the GM FS may see fit, or to use for the promotion ther)of. It is also understood that the GM/ FS may ed'it or rewrite my ad to meet with publication policy. It is understood that no profs of photos or ads wil I be furnished for my approval ond I woive all claims 1n respect to accuracy of repdoduction of either It 1s also uncerstood thot the GM FS s completely re• eased from any I iobil ity in connection with tr ors• -r .ms t at n ght hove with ory person s con• tac led throo~ • the GM F S I 1,,nderstard t~at cl ret,i 1es •o ads w1 I be forwarded tJt e rote of $ per reply h ea the ove n fu y d ,to I~ p ~ p d ore om abov N PERSONAL AD AND PHOTO(S) PUBLISHED FREE. B-337 Kingsland Texas w/ m 32. 5'8", 175, blonde, butch good body good in bed Like muscular gay or bi male to live in the Hill country on the water. Love to entertain on weekend. Friday night till Monday night. Send - pho!D and phonw will answer all or just your address. B340 Baytown Northwest Houston W/m 25, 170, 5'10". Medium build good looking and clean cut appearance, am straight acting and would like to meet same under 35. I like to camp, hike and live the clean outdoor life. enjoy classical music and the arts, and intelligent company. \\ ould like to find friend/ brother to sha re good times with. Photo and phone if possible. No drugs or fems please. B-341 Ft Worth Young male 27. looking for s ingle or married lad­ies who enjoy receiving French. Also enjoy bi minded girls make it. Answer all with photo. ............ .... .. . B-342 Laredo Bi sexual good look­ing university dude 26, 5' 11 ". 160, 8 t /2" makes good escort to theatre, dinner etc. Well built dark brown eyes and hair would like to meet other gu,vs from same area or write to others. Send photo in the raw, no drugs, fems freaks or s / m. Please your hon­esty gets my foto and quick re­ply. B-343 Austin Masculine gay bi­sexual 40, 5'5", wishes to meet other masculine gay or bisexual males and/or couples gay man and wife. Will go 2 somes 3 somes or more. Age 30 or more No s / m please. Want to meet mature persons only. No "one night stands or snobs". B-350 Austin White, 22, 6' 1". medium build wants cor respond­ence with other males looking for friend companion lover. Love sex Fem or butch, Ii ttle boy types with good bodies or nice good looking men. Ma,v even relocate if right type comes along. Hou­s ton Austin a rea quick response gets quicker action. misc. In add1t1on to LEFT-HANDED (the best reviewed f ilm of the year) Hand in Hand Films is now releasing the best scenes from DRIVE, ADAM & YVES, THE EROTIC FILMS OF PETER DE ROME, THE NIGHT BEFORE, EVERYTHING GOES, and GOOD HOT STUFF. Over 21? Write for brochurt Please enclose se1 ,ddress st ped envelop, Hand n Hand Fi lms, Der• AD '697 B 0adway NY NY 'OC.1 employment D~RV(£"1f I 'OR~': ~ .c:ewr ~I ABILENE BAR H 4001 Pine 472-0076 AMARILLO PAL'S 717 W. Ith 372-0711 SKYLINE 1507 W. 10th 372-0182 AUSTIN Bars APARTMENT 2828 Rio Grande Al STIN COUNTRY 600 E. 7th 472-0418 PEARL ST. 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