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Title The Nuntius Southwest, October 8-15, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date October 8, 1976-October 15, 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 ACTION oO OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK LARGEST ARCADE INHOUSTONI 2 MINI THEATRES "13 MT. VERNON OFFERING A WIDE SELECTION OF GAY BOOKS AND MAGAZINES WITH A HOT· ACTION MOVIE ARCADE ... THE LARGEST ARCADE IN HOUSTON! The OCTOBER 8 - 15, 1976 IJN 1115 The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper ·-----'8.lflOl)MUl\ .... TLC plans active season The Lambda Club (TLC) has cial is billed as a game night. planned an actice program for the TLC is eager to get new fall season. TLC, an organization ideas on how to expand the social for the promotion of social anded- activities in the Houston Gay com­ucational activities meeting the munity. needs of the gay community, will TLC meets at the Firts Uni-initiate the weekly Tuesday night tarian Church (5210 Fannin) on Socials beginning October 12th. Tuesday nights. Planning com- These socials are designed to be mittees meet at 7:30 p.m. and the flexible so that everyone can "do socials begin at 8:00 p.m. Ev-his or her thing." The first so- eryone is welcome. ... Or, Why trolls come out when· the water comes up If you're old, male and poor, veyed said they had some house then you may be a plant's best plants pass on in the last year, friend. while only 67% of the men report- A recent study by the Field ed losses. Field says that per- Research Corporation has found sons over 60 years of age lose that, according to at least one in- only half of the plants that terpretation, a plant owner's sex, persons under 60 do. age, and yearly income are fac- The survey used a sampling tors in whether a house plant is of 1134 households - - all located happy ... or even survives. in California. According to the Field Poll, Why the Golden State? One only 60% of those with annual in- source suggested that California comes of Jess than $7,000 said was the only state where Field they had lost plants. could find enough plant freaks to In addition, 72% of women sur- answer his questions. The Hair Blowoff Cut $3.00 off your hairstyling cost. Receive a free Vidal Sassoon Protein Conditioner Treatment or $3.00 off a hair cut and blow dry. Just bring this coupon by. Call for an appointment. Alan's Landing, progressive hairstyling for men and women. Page 2 I I I I I I -' Taser possibly police weapon of the future The Taser, that flashlight like weapon which sends 50,000 volts of electricity through its victims, is currently being em­ployed by at least five police departments across the country. According to John Cover, president of Taser Systems, Inc, police in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla, Nashville, Tenn, and a subburb of Akron, Ohio, are using the gun, and law enforcement officials in two Louisiana and Mississippi towns are testing the weapons. Last spring, as a result of pressure from Congress and sev­eral law enforcement agencies, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ruled that the Taser must be registered under the Nat­ional Firearms Act. Shortly there­after, sales of the weapon, which had climbed to 3500, plummeted. Now, however, Taser Systems says it plans to manufacture a new model which will make the new model easier to market. The modification is that instead of looking like a flashlight, it will resemble a pistol and therefore will qualify as a firearm. The Taser works by setting off two metal hooks, which shoot out up to 150 feet and latch onto its intended victim. Once the hooks penetrate skin or clothing, they emit 50,000 volts of elec­tricity which knock out the vic­tim for approximately ten minutes. Reports have come in from around the country of burgularies and other crimes committed us­ing the Taser. Last January, Canadian officials outlawed the Taser when they found it was in­strumental in a number of rob­beries. Christine Jorgensen: 11After" anrl twenty five yearsafter Christine Jorgensen, the sex-change pioneer, adnitted during a recent press conference that she is still undergoing periodic operations, although none is as major as those that turned the Army veteran into a female 25 years ago. "I recently had a little face tuck," she admitted at a San Jose University press conference. "I believe in them, honey," she said with a broad wink of lter rnascared eyes. She said she would be 50 soon, but didn't feel it and didn't think she looked it. Supporting the women's lib movement, Christine lives alone in Laguna Beach, California. Twice shE has been engaged but never married. Student bodies across the country sponsor her lectures on human idenity and communication. She claims to have addressed more than 100,000 students. Throughout the years Christine has been engaged in many professions - an actress, a mimic, an authoress (she wrote her autobigrophy which was made into a 1969 film), TV personality, hatter, and college lecturer. Now she is plal)ning to go ir,to the turban business and she has just completed a Scandinavian cook book and is looking for a publisher. TODAY: Christine Jorgensen That time of the year for Dallas has arrived once again and this be­ing Texas - OU weekend plus the State Fair should make Big D THE place to be this coming weekend. A new SUPER disco is on the way for Dallas, called Dimension 3, but unfortunately this new ultra modern disco won't be open for about another four weeks. But for all you Texas-OU bar goers there will still be plenty to do. Texas Tornado Tiffany Jones will be doing a show in Big D Sunday night and you won't want to miss it. The Swamptrash Lounge on Throckmorton has got to be one of the most fun bars around. The Tool Box at 1804 Throckmorton, has fast become known as Dallas' Alternative Afternoon Bar, open 7 days from 2 p.m. til 2 a.m. Of course the Club Baths will be a must on such a festive occassion. In fact the whole city of Dallas will be one from Texas-OU week­end that you won't forget for a long time to come. In Houston, the Depo$1tory 1s steadily getting ready for their move to bigger and better quart~s. Houston's super bar will soon be Houston's SUPER BAR. The In­side/ Outside has now opened the Inside/Outside Country adjoining the original location and is quick-ly becoming the "in" spot in town. Sunday evenings at Sally's is now known as Sunday Survival. If you have been able to survive all the daily Sunday specials across Hou­ston, stop in at Sally's and see what surprises they have in store for you. Ron Oruc Florists in the 900 Lovett complex is now ready (can you believe it?) for the Christmas rush. So if you're really hot for Christmas in Oc­tober, stop by and see Ron. The new ''hard hat'' area at After Dark has really caught on and some evenings you can even find a line waiting to go up the stairs. lPOlEl\11 ODE TO OCTOBER 0-c-t-o-b-e-r, we spell you out To be sure that we are right, For in some minds there's doubt About your strange odd night. Halloween it is gayly called, Night of witches, fays, fairies. Older ones are often appalled With the gay havoc it carries. Now we think of winter's cold And the falling of the leaves, But the story's old, retold. We hope a leaf stays on Eve's. die at ion or the sexual orientation or such persons or organizations. As usual, New Orleans is as festive as ever with the Bourbon Pub open 24 hours a day. And if that won't tire you out the Parade, the hottest all night disco around is bound to wear you out. As most of our readers know, we distribute in Texas and Louis­iana. In the not too distant past we managed to expand to the hot little town of Hot Springs in the hills of Arkansas. A few weeks back came Oklahoma City, and next week Tulsa is on the list. If you out of town bars have any special events that we might miss, drop us a line. Our purpose is to let the readers know what is happening, and we can't do that without YOU. I have also mentioned in the past few weeks about a BIG new outlook for the Nuntius. Well , next week is the week, so get ready! The Southwestern United States Number I publication is ready for a major overhaul! I can assure you that the wait has well been worth waiting for. Til next week, OFTEN IMITATED BUT The NUNTIUS Southwest is published weekly in Houston, Tex­as at 4319 Montrose Blvd., Hou­ston, Texas 77006. (713) 527-9850 The official views of this news­paper are expressed in editorials. Opinions· expressed by writers in by-lined articles, letters,etc., are those of the writers and do not represent the opinion of the pub­lisher. Publication of tbe name or photograph of any person or organization in articles or adver­tising in the NUNTIUS is no in- Submission or double spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as irawings and photographs is en­: ouraged. Unused material will be promptly returned (please en­close a self addressed stamped envelope with correct postage.) The NUNTIUS does notassumere- · sponsibility for unsolicited mater­ial. NEVER Advertising rates upon re­DUPLICATED quest. NAME: _______________ _ ADDRESS: _____________ _ CITY: _______________ _ STATE: _________ 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 l,\ONEY ORDER TO: NUNTIUS - 4615 Mt. Vernon - Houston, T x. 77006 AFTER DARK Bookshop & Film Gallery 3400 Travis Houston ½ Block of Free Parking, Slide Show, & Pool Room ATLANTA: 1067 Peachtree St. . · • -- - (404) 881-0187 Page 3 • HOW TO CATCH A HUSBAND M.W.MACDONALD 1,.~a·-:,~ J .. . ;r:B.~i\ .I ... _LO. t. . ON THE MATTER OF DIVORCE IN THE BIBLE BELT Have you ever thought you were possessed by demons? Has your husband ever considered that he could be possessed by demons? You can easilv ma)j;e your husband believe that he is possessed by demons, and consequently needs your help out of it it, if: (!) he is a Christian, Catholic, Baptist, Episcopilian, or Evangelical Fundamental­ist, it doesn't matter. (2) he has ever been a Christian. Guilt hangs on a long time. (3) he has been to see The Exor­cist, The Omen, Rosemary's Baby, Beyond the Door, Drac­ula, Billy Graham, Faust, or Snow White even. (4) there is, around the house, a ouija board. A prominent socialite in Dal­las told me how his husband, Dave, who was normally an incorrigible bar queen, became fascinated with a ouija board at a party. When the ouija board began to spell out ac­curate answers to questions about himself and others, Dave became livid. He determined to prove that it was all a hoax. The next even­ing my friend came home from work with a ouija board and urged his husband to participate. Once again the board began to predict that Dave would become an alco­holic and experience the passive end of anal intercourse until his rectal cavity hemr.iorraged and he wasted away" from dysentery. To avoid this, he was told, he would have to abandon the gay life and perform cunnilingus on a septu­agenerian woman in a nursing home. These prophecies continued. His personality began to change radically. He stayed at home Jnd drank buttermilk. He stayed away from the bars, venturing in only to cbVERBOY It's becoming more and more amazing every week how we man­age to come up with such beautiful guys living in Texas to take over the cover and center fold. But what seems even stranger is that very few of them arena­tive Texans. Such is the case with this weeks cover boy, Gene Gillis. Gene is or igina lly from Tulsa, Oklahoma, but has been living in Big D for the past few months. That' is until our infamous Rhoda Blablitt caught his go-go act at the Swamptrash Lounge in Dallas. That's the one with " no class - - just style". This blonde hair~hazel eyed beauty would make a fine catch for just about anyone - even Rhoda! I pick up copies of the Nuntius, being too cheap to take out a subscription. He continued to pressure his lover into sessions with the ouija board. My friend was delighted, and immediately called up some Greek friends who were believers in demonic possession. Finally one evening while they were asking the ouija board ques­tions, it spelled out that they would no longe have to use the board; the spirit would give guidance directly through Dave's husband. My friend immediately fell in­to a trance and a voice - - like Shir­ley Temple's -- spoke out of him. The spirit which was a demon, re-iteritated all the things previously spelled on the board and told Dave that it was time for him to leave for the bar and his mission of des­tiny. Shortly afterwards a friend told the socialite that hal Lindsey was to be in town speaking on the rise of the occult. He persuaded Dave to come with him to the meeting, and they were shocked to find that they were invoked with demons through the initial contact with the ouija board. They obtained a copy of The Late Great Planet Earth, and Dave read it. As a result he renounced his involvement with demons and asked for an exorcism. The so­cialite's seven Greek friends came to administer the rites of exorcism dressed in priest's habits. They got Dave plastered on Everclear and then fucked him one at a time. for seven days and seven nights. As a result, Dave underwent a colostomy and went insane shortly thereafter. Now he takes his dumps in a plastic bag tied around his waist and spends his time cutting out paper dolls in the state hos­pital. He has sex with a seventy­seven year old woman there . The socialite has all of his money, the house, the car, and the wirehaired terrier. He visits Dave onve a month at the hospital in Austin. He has a houseboy, who is well endowed, and a Swedish chauffeur, who is over six feet tall and built like a brick shit-house. The socialite is quite happy, and doesn't regret at all the tricks he pulled on Dave with the ouija board. He reports that Dave is happy too. One of -autumn's last leaves. - Paves Watch for ii . . . next issue is THE issue! BOURBON PUB & PARADE DISCO 801 BOURBON ST.··· NEW ORLEANS 24 HOURS-524-3788 Page 6 JEANSKIN UNDERWEAR and T-SHIRT Under Wear $4.50 T-Shirt $7.50 SUSPENDERS 2 in. wide Assorted Stripe Colors $4.95 Al!F1!~"l 805 WESTHEIMER SHOP FOR MEN 524-9337 - Open Daily 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. ( matcnmaker cmssilimls B 500 Little Rock, Arkansas Young male, 21, 5'9", 161, very smooth soft brown skin masculine guy. I seek both masculine bi/ gay guys, very affectionate, warm & soft, 18 - 45, average to beau­tifully built, for love and com - panionship. Like to travel and am very discreet. Must be ex­tremely warm & loving. I will pay for your way here and get to­gether soon. Any race - lover of all. If interested write and send photo. I would love to hear from you. Pen pals are most welcome_. A long relationship and let me fulfill your every wish. For quick reply send phone#. Don't hold us apart any longer. B 505 Houston Sugar daddy want­ed by slim, 6' mid twenties, well educated male. Will stimulate your mind as well as your body. Will be a fine mate (not slave) to the man who helps me clear up some debts. You will find me under­standing, warm, passionate, tender, honest. Enjoyable host and good in bed. Also in need of money. B-256 Helena Arkansas Desires French or Greek 27, 6', 220, large boned and well proportioned. Enjoy good literature, music. food and most sports. B-191 Dallas young versatile stud 22, 6', 16:l, good looking enjoys all aspects of sex. Will do any­thing for your wants and needs. Will naswer only 18-29. 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 theweeklyNun­tius and monthly Nuntius until fur­ther notice from the advertiser or until three (3) written complaints of not answering replies are re­ceived. "Personal Ads" with telephone numbers and/or addresses maybe purchased by tbe week in the weekly Nuntius. Space may M purchased at l0t per word, $2.00 minimum. Here's my adwith/withoutphoto(s) I, the undersigned, hereby repre­sent that I am not a nmior, that the photo(s) (if photo is included) is an ltctual 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 connection 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: Home Address City State Zip Phone Mod to Nuntius 4615 Mt Vernon Houstor T exos 77006 ANSWER A CONFIDENTIAL AD Address an envelope to ·us 'a\ 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 forward­ed. MAIL TO: NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, T~~ 77006 B 507 Bry· n, Texas Such a sexy city for no gay sex to my knowledge. Am 6', 165#, brown hair, trim mustache, considered good looking and excellent in bed. No s / m, fems, white only, no heavy drugs. Write and lets get something started in this area. Will answer all. Like sincere, homest people, good food, music a·nd fun. Must be very discrete as I am. B 506 New Orleans Gay w/ m, 5'7", 145#, average looking, mus­tache, trim muscular body. Tired of the dull and uninteresting people found in N.O. bars. Would like to meet someone to share good times, and lovely evenings at home. No sex hang-ups. Send photo and phone number. B 501 Rio Grande Valley W/ m, -45, 5'11", 190#, not fat, clean cut, divorced professional seeks com­panionship and/ or relationships . Mature, sincere, and very straight appearance. Warmth, sincerity, and discretion a must. Under 45 please. No fems , b/ d. or S & M. 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. 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 75c bar drinks 50c beer B-199 Houston Black men I want you, but l can't find you. I'm 24 blond, blue eyed well hung, have slender well built body and I like black men. Recently moved to Houston, and I've not been able to find you. I like all types, so don't hesitate to answer. Let me know where you are and let's give each other a try. If some­thing works out, okay; if not, no problem. B-162 • Pasadena - Male 28, 5'9", 185, brown hair and eyes 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 look and act like a man. Willing to please. Hot for sex every day. Crazy about hairy chests. Please an­swer with picture if possible. Will answer all. B-122 • Houston • Butch, 23, jock/frat type sex slave seeks experiences master. I get off to bondage, harnessment, w/ s, domination, and erotic Uock) cl­othine, etc. Although not heavy s/m & pain. Prefer butch, white, hairy, jock, frat, cowboy, con­struction worker type between 20-35. Please let me know how, when and where I can serve you. B 502 Houston Hunky white ma le wants to start group attractive white males to 28 only . No fems, overweight, or doper s . No S & M or bizarre activity. Masculine only for real man to man a ction . Photo helps . If not into gr oup ac­tion write for private session. Qualifying visitors to Houston write too. B 503 Houston Lonely white male 40, r ecently converted to bisex­uality after two marriages have found lots of sex which which I love. But my emotions still hun­ger for the wacmth of r eal love. I want to be held in the arms of a ma n, r eceive his kisses and be able to share our inner problems. Lonely, s hy, trouble d, sincere, men , any age. B 504 Dallas W /m, 25, 5'9", blobde hai r, blue eyes. I'm ti red of the bar scene and would like to meet a white male around my age who .is attractive. P r efer butch types over fem. I enjoy sex and hope you do. No S & M or heavy drugs. Send photo if possible. R0U01® 2 BOOK STORE Open at 10am til 4am 7 days a week 900 Lovett Sweet 104 528-8969 • • 1 .... • , • • , ,_ .,.,..:,.. Page 7 DIRE~ORY ABILENE AMARILLO OLD PLANTATION 1005 N. Filmore 372-5081 AUSTIN APARTMENT 2828 Rio Grande 478-0224 AUSTIN COUNTRY 705 Red River 472-0418 PEARL ST. WAREHOUSE 1720 LoVoco 478~0176 CORPUS CHRISTI JOLLY JACK 411 Peoples 882-0254 PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chopporoll 882-0046 DALLAS Bars BON SOIR 4527 Co le 526-9432 BRASS RAIL 2513 N. Fitzhugh CHUCK'S 3019 Haskell 526-9329 CREW'S INN 3229 N. Fitzhugh 526-9320 CREW'S INN II 3115 Live Oak 824-9043 ENCORE 4516 McKinney 526-9328 ENTRE NUIT 3116 Live Oak 823-0423 HIGHLAND 3018 Monticello 526-9551 JUGS i~~ ~i..~~Th~,~0 ~26-9283 1807 N. Horwood 651-1988 OLIVE BRANCH SALOON 2822 Mc Kinn oy 823-0921 ONE WAY INN 2509 N. Fitzhugh 824-9227 RAMROD 3224 N. Fitzhugh 526-9110 SERVICE STATION ~BJ.;D'i'N~e'~'its 526-:902s 4025 Maple 526-9173 SWAMP TRASH 3014 Throckmorton 526-9184 TERRY'S MAIL BOX 2515 N. Fitzhugh 824-9126 TERRY'S RANCH 4117 Maple 526-9302 T. J.'S 3307 Mc Kinney 526-9638 TOOL BOX 1804 N. Horwood 748-2054 VILLA FONTANA 1315 Skiles 823-0732 Baths BATCHELORSQUARTERS 1225 Skiles 823-0432 CLUB DALLAS 2616 Swiss Ave. 821-1990 EL PASO APARTMENT ~%'1'Ht6i, 522-1115 800 E. Son Antonio 523-9721 TIME MACHINE 207 E. Son Antonio 532-0820 FT. WORTH AUB'S 1308 St. Louis 927-9220 BAILEY ST. WHEREHOUSE 259 Bailey St. 335-0232 500 CLUB 506 W. Magnolio 335-0692 REGENCY 1812 Hemphill SHOWBOAT 303 Throckmorton 335-0064 651 CLUB 6 51 S. Jennings 332-0745 SWITCH 1313 Hemphill 927-9523 T. J.'S BACK DOOR 5536 Joxboro Hwy . 624-0603 GALVESTON Bars DOLPHIN ROOM Seowol I Hotel 1702 Seawall Blvd. FRUIT JAR 2214 Mechanic 763-6319 KON TIKI 220 23rd 763-9031 MARY'S II 2502 Ave. 1 Q)S ROBERT'S LAFITTE 409 Rosenberg 763-9507 Bath KON TIKI BATHS 220 23rd 763-4700 HOT SPRINGS, ARK. PEACOCK LOUNGE 220 Central Ave. HOUSTON Bars BARN 710 Poclflc 526-9427 BRIAR PATCH 2294 Holcombe 665-9678 DEPOSITORY 2606 Peckham 527-0260 DETOUR 1504 Westhelmor 528-9552 EXILE 1017 Bell 226-8608 FILLING STATION 1801 Richmond 528-8523 GALLEON 2720 Richmond 528-8787 HORN-IT 1430 Aldin• Mall Rd. 442-9459 HI LITE RANCH 6100 S. Main 528-8048 INSIDE/OUTSIDE 1318 Wutholmor 528-8049 JUST MARION & L YNNS 817 Fairview 528-9110 LAMP POST 2417 Timu 528-8921 LAZY J . 302 Tuom 528-8364 LEVI 2400 Brazos 528-8637 LOCKER 1732 Wutholmor 528-8844 LOFT 2909 Main 528-9337 MARYS 1022 Westhoimer 528-8851 NUMBERS 1005 California ODO'S PLACE 905 Woodrow 528-9019 OLD PLANT A TIO~ 2020 Kipling 522-2353 OUR PLACE 1419 Richmond 528-8903 SALLY'S 900 Lovett 528-8900 SECOND SUN 534 Westhelmer 524-1225 VENTURE N 2923 Main 528-9397 Baths CLUB HOUSTON 2205 Fannin 659-4998 MR. FRIZBYS 3401 Mi lom 523-8840 Bookstores ACTION NEWS 4615 Mt. Vemon 524-5612 AFTER DARK 3400 Travis 521-9857 ADUL TZ I 708 W. Alobomo 524-8178 CLIMAX 1497 Richmond 528-7808 DINERS NEWS 240 Westheimer 526-9850 RU 1 2 900 Lovett fl Suite 104 528-8969 STUDZ NEWS 1132 W. Alobomo Businesses AH MEN 805 Westheimer 524-9337 ALANS LANDING Hair Styling 4532 Beechnut 666-0887 C. J:•s BOUTIQUE 2606 Peckham 524-6472 CITY PRINTERS & TYPESETTERS 4319 Montrose 527-9850 CLOTHES CIRCUIT 900 Lovett 527-0553 J EM SANITATION 3400 Montrose Suite 305 528-8969 0. K. KLEANING SERVICE 529-9382 RON ORUC FLORIST 900 Lovett 526-0525 .THE NUNTIUS 4319 Montrose 527-9850 THIS WEEK IN TEXAS 1110 Lovett 527-9111 Restaurant TOOTER'S 2203 Westheimer 524-9327 KILLEEN RED FRONT BOOKSTORE 221 E. Ave, D 526-7522 LAREDO EL VAQUERO 1802 Santa Ursula 722-8971 LUBBOCK DAVID'S WAREHOUSE 2403 Marsholl 762-9165 MC ALLEN DUFFY'S 5 South 16th 686-9144 NEW ORLEANS Bors fM~ocatur ANITA'S 514 Ursuline• ANNEX 740 Burgundy BONAPARTE'S RETREAT 1007 N. Decatur BOURBON PUB & PARADE 801 Bourbon St, 523-9720 BRADY'S 700 N. Rampart BURGUNDY HOUSE 704 Burgundy FINALE II 624 N. Rompart GALLEY HOUSE 5.42 Chartres St. GOLDEN LANTERN MARTI'S 1041 Dumaine PETE'S 800 800 Bourbon St. POST OFFICE 540 St. Louis TRAVIS' 834 N. Rampart UNISEX 520 Bourbon St. Baths CANAL BATHS 512 Grovier CLUB NEW ORLEANS 512 Toulouse ODESSA B & L BOOKSTORE 214 N. Grant 337-6871 ELBOW ROOM 1009 Maple 337-9734 OKLAHOMA CITY BS & CO. 4328 N.W. 39th Expressway 942-9002 DISCO 36 715 N. W. 36th 525-7625 SANS SOUCI 24th & N. Vi II a 528-9723 SAN ANTONIO EL JARDIN 106 Navarro 223-7177 FRIENDLY 622 Roosevelt 534-0710 HABITAT 309 W. Market 223-0866 HIDEAWAY 826 Son Pedro 223-7700 HYPOTHESIS 2012 Broadway 225-0963 MARY ELLEN'S 815 Fredericksburg 732-9801 ONE PENNY PUB 1006 Wurzback 696-9181 RHAPSODY 115 W. Rhapsody SAGITTARIUS 3000 N. St. Marys 732-0694 SAN ANTONIO COUNTRY 1122 N. St. Marys 222-8273 SPANISH HARLEM 349 W. Josephine 732-0110 ZOO CLUB 3240 N.W. Loop 410 341-4302 WACO OTHER END 2810 North 19th 753-9195 WICHITA FALLS CAROUSEL 703 Travis 332-0832 •Leather and •Aubber'bys SLN>AY: •Creoms •lotions Beer Bust 6-9p.m. Barbecue 6p.m. till. YOUR BARTENDERS OLIVER•GARY Tll:SDA Y: Happy Hour all day! FRDAY thru SUl'OAY:Cocktcil Hour 4-7p.m. 50c fo·r drinks &beer Dallas' Alternative Afternoon Bar OPEN 2pm - 2am 7 DAYS 1804 Harwood ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE OLO PLANTATION 748-2054
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