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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.
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
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
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
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
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
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
It can be
removed b y
for a personal,
Bobby's of Houston
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"s ome Of My Best Friends Are"
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!
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BE INFORMED - To receive candidate info, Call· 661-5777.
VOTE- We'll tell you when and where!
VOLUNTEER - We need your help - right now!
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• 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
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.
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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.
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
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
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
1975 MISS GAY UN /VERSE
The Lady Nova Benard
1972 MISS GAY DALLAS
1974 MISS GAY DALLAS
1976 MISS GAY METROPLEX
THE "N EW " ENCORE
OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY RECOGNIZED
BY MISS GAY TEXAS
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
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
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!
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Sunday Services 11am & 7:30pm t Rev. Robert M. Falls, Pastor
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What Doctors Dont Know About
\ London ph_, sieian test
fied thh week that the kind 1
love making described in unJI
Lovelace's recent book could lea~
Medical expen D1·. Ste11arJ
Carne was commenting on an oral
sex practice described in the boo1
" Inside Linda Lovelace".
old Pisces ' wh
Paris, but no
leans , Louisil!nl
tall , weighs 176
well , you can ju
cove r ed most
is quite candid
ity and says p
not a must fo
he is looking fo
and the out d
in shape is ve
He says you ne
that right perso
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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
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.
807 N.. Chapparall
Corpus Christi, Texas
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
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".
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
Both houses of the South
Dakota Legislature last Friday
afternoon approved what appears
to be the most liberal pot law in
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
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April 10th t 11th
MISS GAY TEXAS $200, Trophy, &
Trip to Miss Gay Americo
1st RUNNER-UP $125 & Trophy
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Reserved Seating $3.00 per niqht
Two Nite Ticket Reserved Seatinq - $5.00
For entry appl icotion and tickets:
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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
G. Waco Texas
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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 $1.
for each letter you wish forward-ed.
MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS
4615 Mt. Vernon
Houston, Texas 77006
P-101 Dallas Danny K. please
write me as soon as possible.
I am worried about you. Love,
P-102 lndpls Indiana Steve, I met
you Thursday 1/ 29/76 at the reopening
at the Depo$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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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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.
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4001 Pine 472-0076
717 W. Ith 372-0711
1507 W. 10th 372-0182
2828 Rio Grande
Al STIN COUNTRY
600 E. 7th 472-0418
PEARL ST. WAREHOUSE
1720 La Vaca 478-0176
408 W. 23rd
2002 1/ 2 Guadalupe
GAY/ TEXAS (U.T. STUDENTS)
GAY COMMUNITY SERVICES
411 Peoples 882-0254
807 N. Chappa rail 882-0046
3115 Live Oak
BA YOU LANDING
2609 N. Pearl 742-3269
4527 Cole 526-9432
4548 McKinney 526-8063
3019 Haskell 526-9329
3229 N. Fitzhugh
4516 McKinney 526-9328
3116 Live Oak
3018 Monticello 526-9551
5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff at Maple
OLIVE BRANCH SALOON
2822 McKinney 824-0921
ONE WAY INN
2509 N. Fitzhugh 824-9227
3224 N. Fitzhugh 526-9110
4025 Maple 526-9173
3014 Throckmorton 526-9184
4118 Maple 526-9524
T J. 'S
\ ILLA FONTANA
1 ! 25 Skiles
( LUB DALLAS
2616 Swiss Ave. 821-1990
2500 Knight at Maple 526-9347
GAY LINE/ COMMUNITY
, 15 Myrtle
< LUB PIGALLE
111 E . Franklin
, OO E . San Antonio 532- 9721
l07 E . San Antonio 532- 0820
BAILEY ST. WHEREHOUSE
259 Bailey St. 335-0232
:l026 W. Lancaster 335-0586
1812 Hemphill 927-9416
T.J.'S BACK DOOR
5536 Jaxboro Hwy. 624-0603
;06 w. Magnolia 335-0692
651 S. Jennings 332-0745
Seawall llntel/ Mntcl
1702 Seawall Rlvd.
214 23rd SI. 763-9031
2214 Mechani<- 763-6319
2502 Ave. Q 1/ 2
409 Rosenberg 763-9507
KON TIKI BATUS
220 23rd SI. 763-4700
2294 W. Holcombe 665-9678
2606 Peckham at Westheimer
1504 Westheimer 528-9552
900 Lovett 528-8900
1017 Bell 226-8068
1801 Richmond 528-8523
2720 Richmond 528-8787
HI LITE (RANCH)
6100 S. Main 528-8048
1813 Westheimer 528-8049
JUST MARION & LYNN'S
818 Fairview 528-9110
2417 Times 528-8921
302 Tuam 528-8364
1732 Westheimer 528-8844
1022 Westheimer 528-8851
1005 California 528-8460
2020 Kipling 522-2353
1218 Leeland 226-8871
2400 Brazos 528-6837
534 Westheimer 524- 1225
2909 S. Main 528-9337
1512 W. Alabama 527-0734
2923 S. Main 528-9397
:!05 Fannin 659-4998
,401 Milam 523-8840
: TION NEWS
,13 Mt. Vernon 524-5612
109 Hollister 462-8171
18 W. Alabama 524-8718
: 421 W. Holcombe 666- 2426
ELLAIRE BOOK STORE
<07 Bellaire 661-8840
IO Westheimer 526-8950
, · \SLIGHT BOOK STORE
<H9 Be llaire 665-9595
''OUSE OF SCORPIO
\ JAIN ST. NEWS
H18 S. Main 528-9693
SAL TY DOG NEWS
2005 S. Shepherd 528-8425
f;AY ACTIVISTS ALLIANCE
liox 441 Univ. Center, U of H
Rox 66821, 77006
526-3276 or 524-5387
GAY POLITICAL CAUCUS
3520 Montrose suite 245
1214 Joe Annie 526-8233
AH MEN BOUTIQUE
2020 Kipling 528-2853
AH MEN CLOTHES
805 Westheimer 924·0337
llQBBY'S OF HOUSTON
· , i9 W. Alabama
Z606 Peckham 524-93~7
4319 Montrose 527-9850
900 Lovett 523-6131
DEL MONTE WASHATERIA
Delmonte off Voss
E. D. 's ORIGINALS
900 Lovett # 104
EGOS BY EDDIE
507 Westheimer 522-4555
KIKI LEE'S DRAGOONERY
5102 Westpark #332 789-0590
K. KLEANING SERVICE
RON ORUC FLORIST
~110 Lovett #102 £!6-0525
,615 Mt. Vernon 522-5609
RICHMOND LIQUOR MART
1,25 Richmond 527-9649
320 I Louisiana at Elgin 528- 9485
2907 Main 528-5881
"' Pacific 527-0818
t:•,3 Westheimer 524-9327
Old Hwy 191 South
RED FRONT BOOK STORE
221 East Ave. D 526-7522
1802 Santa llrsula 722-8971
GALLERIA BOOK STORE
4218 San Bornordo
DA vm·s WAREHOl'.SF.
2403 Marshall 762-9165
> S. 16th 686-9144
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1 007 N. l>el·alli r
801 Bourbon SI. 523-9720
700 N. Rampart
624 N. Rampart
542 Chartres St.
1239 Royal SI.
800 Bourbon St.
540 St. Louis
834 N. Rampart 581-9748
CLUB NEW ORLEANS
512 Toulouse St.
205 E. 8th 337-9433
415 N. Jac:-kson J:.1.·.9:,75
214 N. Grant 337-6871
106 Navarro 223-7177
Hwy 81 623-9812
826 San Pedro
2012 Rroadwa., 225 Ufi93
309 W. Market 223-0866
815 Frcderidsbu•~ l!d. 732-0349
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1006 Wur,back fi9fi-9IRI
115 ~- Rapsody Dr.
3000 N. SI. Mar)S 222-8273
SAN ANTONIO COi !'<TRY
1122 N. SI. Marys 222-8273
349 W. Josephine
Sl 'NDOWN" SALOON
4503 Lakewood 648-9991
3240 N. W. Loop 410
t;AI.I.F.Rl \ ROUI\ STORE
1014 S. W. Mililary 923-999N
GALLERIA BOOK STORE
6724 San Pedro 826-9223
2810 N. 19th 753-9195
703 Travis 322-0832
608 8th 322-0~20
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