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Title The Nuntius & Our Community, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1973
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  • Frank, Phil
Date March 1973
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: 28912012
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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 t}ie c?IUN'TIUS VOLUME 4 NO. 3 FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE GAY COMMUNITY MARCH 1973 " ANN LANDERS Sexual Fascist" side. Some excellent papers · have been written on the sul>­jecL They have given us a clean bill ~ health. They say we are NOT sick. We are only dlfferenL Why Is it that you haven't read these papers? I think you should be fired for Incompetence. - Former Reader ARSON IN FARMHOUSE Ann Landers, in a recent column FIRE appearing in The Houston Chronicle, publishes a Jetter from a homosexual agonising over her description of us as "sick" people. He claims Mrs. Landers has now "turned on us like a jungle animal" and he is sorely distressed by it. Rubbish! Surely by now this sort of sexual fascism should no longer come as a surprise to anyone. Mrs Landers is only expressing her conditioned response to a sex­ual morality utterly alien to her. Her religious and social training has firmly established in her own mind the inadmissability of such human expressions of sexual and emotional realities. She does no . more in defence of her sexual fascism than do other bigots when they appeal to some dubious bib­lical injunction construed to permit inhuman behavior against us when she calls up some medical pract­itioners whose bias supports her own. It is a typical avoidance of the real issue, and it gives con­siderable comfort to the sexual fascists who need to require ob­edience to their own sexual mod­alities. While understanding the anguish and sense offrustration experienc­ed by the author of the letter to Mrs Landers, we do not sympathise that much with him. The reason is quite simple: we believe the time is Jong past when gay human beings should fall down before sexual fascists and beg them for ac­ceptance and understanding. It is a frightful waste of time. And it is an admission of the correctness of the cruel and inhumane treatment dispensed by these sexual fascists. Such behavior on our part, col­lectively or individually, can only serve to confirm us in a state of servitude to the sexual fascists. We should get on with the business of building a sense of dignity and self-worth; we should ignore the patronising rationalisations hand­ed down from on high by the sexual fascists who profoundly enjoy their social tyranny over us. We must realise finally that they enjoy that tyranny only at our sufferance. It can, and must, be ended. We must continue to develop within the gay community and in­creasing sense of personal pride and begin to grant our acceptance to those sexual fascists, rather than implore their specious ac­ceptance of us. And that acceptance can only be gained by their rising above their principles and becom­ing more human, more humane and more responsible for their own behavior towards their fellow man. The American Psychological Association will consider formally removing the category of homo­sexuality from their list of mental illnesses in their forthcoming nat­ional convention. Well and good. Hopefully these professionals will, indeed, accept this progressive change in their formal doctrines. Eventually such an act would have profoundly beneficial results for a considerable part of the world's human community. But homosexual and bisexual human beings should not depend on such public evidences of professional understanding in place of our own self-acceptance and self-respect! This is some­thing only we ourselves can do for ourselves; we must stop reacting to the rubbish promulgated by the sexual fascist. We must begin to act for our own well-being and ignore the attempts of the sexual­ly bigoted and exercise a tyranny of life-style over us. We must live our own lives in harmony with our own nature, not theirs. The below is a reprint of the Ann Landers column in the Houston Chronicle, March 5, 1973. ANSWER Dear Former: I have read them, but I don't happen to agree with the authors. I am with the psychiatrists who be­lieve homosexuals are sick and thst sex between two men or two women Is 11DDBtural. I can 11.sten to and respect opin­ions different from my own, however, without becoming angry, shocked, or outraged. Some hlghly reputable phyli­cianJ are on the other side of this argumenl Here are some samples of my mail: From the British West In­dies: Dear Ann Landers: May I congratulate you on your concise and perspicacious an-· Rwel' to a homosexual who signed hlmaelf, "One." Twen­ty- five years ago I wu "one," also. After six years of In­depth 111a)ys!a ~ WU changed completely. You are right when you say homosex­uals are sick and their sex ac­tivity Is unnatural. It la diffi. cult to explain to a homosex­ual just how sick and 11DDBtu­ral It Is. They refuse to b&­lieve It. But I know, because rve been there and back. - Forever Straight From Tope ii: a, Kansas: 'lbank you for stating that You H ave homosexuality Is an illness. I made the same statement on March 3rd about 5:25 A.M. the fire trucks were again called out to one of the leading Gay clubs to douse a fire deliberately set. The Farmhouse Club, 3535 Westheimer was the scene of this latest attempt after a lapse of about two years to I urn one of the com­munities plac :lS of recreation. Mr. Gene Howel, operator of the Farmhouse has been looser before as a result of his club, The Plantation on West Gray having been burned. Arson investigators said that the building had been entered through a vent in the rear. A scre­en had been cut to admit entrance and the fire ha!! definitely been set in a storage room. The room had some lumber stored in it and this is where the fire had been set. Had it not been discovered when it was the club would have been distroyed completely as the fire was set next to one of the main walls inside the club. From past experience the owners have someone at the club at all times and this is what s·aved this club. At this time there is no know­ledge as to the person responsible for this fire but itis under investi­gation by the Houston Arson Squad. T d urne - the Merv Griffm show not long ago and have had a---,-------------- great deal of angry mail be- MR FRJZBY On Us ~~~ ~y:.~= ,> L•k A °FldOUlldaM.ti~oth,M.D.,MemJUlllt ROBBED on I e Cblcago, Illinois: I hav.e J I A . I wprked with many ·oomosex-u ng e n1ma !:!':ti~==·=- BY ANN LANDERS tlonal development was • rested at a preadole5C8'1t· Jev. el. When a massive Jaek !:A development In the mil1ui'a­tion process occurs fn any area, It can be referred to as an Illness In psychla trlc terms. - Dr. Sara Charles, Assistant Professor of Psy­chiatry, University of Illinois Ann Landers: I refuse to ~ you "dear" because yo14 are an empty-headed, Igno­rant, meddling fool For yeai, I: have read your column and l:ielleved you were a friend or homosexuals. A few days ago you turned on us like a jungle animal and exposed your hy­pocrisy and Ignorance. I am abocked and outraged that you would call us "sick" and describe homosexual ac­tivity as "unnatural." How dare you? We already have many psycblatrlsts on our From Houston, Tens: Hom­osexuality, In my oplnloa, Is not normal or natural hebav· !or. 'lbe original JJUlPOM of lleXU8i activity was 1111 perpet. uate the species.. Any devla­tl on from the flCJl'lll tbat Continued pg. 2 The many customers of Mr. Mr. Frizby's many customers were shocked to hear that Rocco, one of the doormen at this private bath-c°iub had split one AM early with the proceeds of the night. The loss to Ted was around $300.00. The night of the robbery Ted scouted around the bus stations looking for Rocco to no avail. In his haste he left his clothing and things in the club. Rocco used several sir names and anyone knowing his where­abouts are requested to contact the paper or Mr. Frizby's at 3401 Milam or call 523-8840 or 524-5612. Any information will be held in strict confidence. OUR COMVIUNITY NOTlJiNG hUMAN is AlieN TO us "'ttft. .l. t.i.a.tl.N.. ................ t.e. w..o.r tl " -IMten-NY- "-V•ll­t-• ~-NYC-Opens 20 tit. 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EVERY DAY FREE DRAFT BEER AND SNACKS DRINKS 1/2 PRICE. 4 TO 9 ILL NEW BAYOU INVITES YOU TO ENJOY THE FINEST DISCOTHEQUE AND LIGHT SHOW NIGHTLY. SUNDAYS - 7 TO 9 - $1 COVER FOR BUFFET AND DRAFT BEER. ALL YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK . ...7 .......... 2020 KI PL/ NG 526 -8951 13 JOIN WITH YOUR BROTHERS & SISTERS IN CHRISTIAN LOVE. WORSHIP TOGETHER AT THE METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH NEAREST TO YOU. MCC IS A CHURCH OPEN TO ALL PEOPLE WITH A SPECIAL MINISTRY TO THE GAY COMMUNITY. GOD~ LOVE YOU! DALLAS: Metropolitan Community Church of Dallas 3834 Ross Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204 Phone: (214) 826-0291 Sunday Services: 11:00 AM and 7:30 PM Pastor: Rev. Richard Vincent AUSTIN: Metropolitan Community Church of Austin P.O. Box 1256, Austin, Tx 78767 Phone: (512) 442-4898 Sunday Services: 408 West 23 Street, Austin 2:00 PM Interim Pastor: Rev. Robert Bogarte FT. WalTH: Agape Metropolitan Community Church P.O. Box 26063, Ft. Worth, Tx 76116 Sunday Services: 2800 Purington, Ft. Worth 7:30 PM Interim Pastor: Rev. David Carden For information regarding other areas, contact the nearest MCC office. ANN LANDERS ( continued) lbreateos "the herd" CIIIDOt be considered lllllDlal er llld!t-- n-.l..1_ 1?lneaeaee 1daom_- .-a-apIQeY-· cilllllt In 1h11 field. - Beirt llarleoa, Baylor Unhlrllt7 .. From New York: I would not c:all bomosesuallty a "dys­function" u you did In yoar column recently, because this means the Inability to use su o r g a n • adequately, which many ~ are •~ to do. Romosexua\lty, however, is a distortion of the choice of sex partner from the natural to the unnatural. This distor­tion comes from severe and early developmental problems caused by an inability to re­late to slgnlflcant adults. - Natalie Sbainess, M.D. So there you have a small sampling, dear readers. And my tbankl! to all who wrote - even the angry and hostile readers. I appreciate all points or view, '9littbw I ll8I"ee with l."Jem or not. CRUISING AROUND "BIG D" Have we ever had some beautiful days in Big D!! Just yesterday enroute to our den of loveliness Flame and Mother saw this gorge­ous number roaming around Turtle Creen but didn't have time to stop and check it out!! Today it's rain­ing like hell! It has been a fun-filled month for Mother. Mr. Terry Lee had a birthday -- spent she was after­wards. Had a little birthday party for Dougaline (roommate) and No. 1 son Joey. Sipped on a little citrus and Mother cooked up a divine meal. We caught Fertilizers live show at Ronsue's one night, and it was like old times. Love that old pussy!! That trashy old Sallie Marie has been barred from birthday parties - - - - - Honey, the trial and tribul­ations of a star!! Lost her wallet, r service has been great. Love that Tiki Room where everyone is a star because they deserve it!!! Like that trashy old Bertina - - says she's doing column for com­petitive mag. called "Bert's Bot­tom" that will put "Mom's Mouth" out of business! !! Up yours too Bertina! She'd love it!! One of our more interesting cruisy areas, White Rock Lake, is hotter than a pistola. There's a lot of hunky numbers out there, but many of them Tillie Blue Shirts in Drag. Mother's advice is, do your hooter hunting someplace else. For further information you may contact Sara Lee (with the cream filled buns) at our address here at the Detour - Dallas. For those of you who will be visiting our city in the future, it is inevitable you will run into this matronly figure who will in all probability walk up to you and say "Hello, my name is Dave Bradley and I'm new in town" this is not a prefabrication but a 'Trade Mark.' The name is Dave Bradley, alias Big Mable, Alias Miss Management of the Filla Fontana!! Love you too Greg (Little Melvin). We had a Valentine Ball - more pretty girls flying around town - made Mother feel like a bitch at a family renuion. Sallie Marie and Sheri Powers were here with our regular cast and other guests. Mr. Tina won out on Best Prof­fesional with Mary Wilson and Mr. Golda 1st and 2nd runners up. Mr. Mary Wilson scarffed up on the sweetheart trophy. Then there was Mr. Jama, a girl that should be a real girl! She won best amature with Mr. Cooke as 1st runner up. Mother could never be a judge for these gala affairs - Everyone can't win, and how could a mother choose? Caught Mr. David's show on a Wednesday night, and honey she just floats thru the entire show with the greatest of ease! How dare you poke humar at my very used up scuffies. I like your straight ??? man Mr. Dickie too!! It was a very good show and a very receptive audience! Our citrus business has been so good Flame Flemming is contem­plating a citrus grove on the back parking lot. That's between tours to Nacagdoches and the "Peris of Pauline" - that blue streak you can see on almost any Friday between Big D and the city ment­ioned above is only Flame in her almost flying machine- - - - - There's a couple of new bars opened, one the Palace on Gaston - a beer bar. Go by and meet Pete and Earnest. The other is the Ramrod on Fitzhugh. Sorry to say I haven't seen it yet, but one night soon will put a dress on and will tell all next month. This epistle must come to a screeching halt. I could go on and on telling you about all the lovely people I meet and talk to daily and nightly - - but - - my very to everyone in Houston - and all over - come see us!!! MOTHER of Dallas HAPPY BIRTHDAY - 69th - that is - TO MOTHER OF DALLAS - IV A DORAN - The NUNTIUS - - AND ALL ITS READERS WISH YOU ANOTHER 69 - - - - - - Years Toooooooo- - -- Montrose Gaze First Dance The Montrose Gaze Community Center held its first dance of '73 February 24, 504 Fairview and Whitney, the centers location. The dance, which featured bop music from the Fifties era, drew in about thirty-five dance fanatics which entertained the 9-room cen­ter with antics uncommon to todays dance styles. The dance was con­sidered a minimal success and it is expected the "Beatles" dance to be held March 10th will be an even bigger success with light displays and featured music and atmosphere from the mostpopular recording artists of the decade- - the Beatles. APPLICATION - - - - - - -- - - - --- - found it later somewhere on her CIRCLE OF FRIENDS body -- Love you Sallie Marie, PARADE COMMITTEE and you can sleep on my couch PO BOX 5944 - Phone (214) 824-0770 - DALLAS, TEXAS anytime!! Had citrus, and dinner, and I hereby give written notice of my intent to enter the GAY PRIDE PARADE to be breakfast numeri times at the he Id Saturday, June 30, 1973 at 11 :00 AM. Bayou Landing and the food and ,------------------------------.... ANadmdere sosf _Org_an_iza_tio_n ______________________________________________ '7he C/Jriar 'Patch 5709 Orn.m ( OFF 1900 BLOCK GREENVILLE) HAPPY HOUR 5:00 - 7:00 DAILY Dallas, Page 2 Tez. TWO FOR ONE 9:00 - 10:00 and 12:00 - 1:00 TUESDAYS 814:- 9190 Phone _________ YourName ______________ _ Number of floats you wish to enter: _______ ($15.00 per float) Number of cars you wish to enter: ________ ($5.00 per car) I hereby enclose_______ for entry fees to be used by the Parade Com­mittee for expenses incurred for the parade. Moke Checks payable to THE CIRCLE OF FRIENDS PARADE COMMITTEE. Signature: ___________ _ Remarks: ___________________________ _ (The below is from THE PRO­DIGAL, January 21, 1973 and we feel it is interesting and should be passed on to those of you who do not receive this MCC publicat­ion.) While it will probably never rank with such classics as Lady Chatterly's Lover and The Tropic of Cancer, the PRODIGAL has been criticized on occasion for its frank treatment of sexual themes. These denouncers have pointed out that a religious publication should concern itself more with spreading the wor the Word of God than with such "worldly" subjects. The Word of God, eh? Well, let us look at the manner in which the Bible handles the subject. One hasn't far to look. Genesis 16.4 in fact mentions the subject very modestly: And he (Abraham) went in unto Hagar, and she conceived ... Very modest? Yes, until one finds that a direct translation from the Hebrew gives a much more frank and open view: And he (Abraham) went gushing into Hagar, and she conceived .. And all of the "went in unto's" in the Old Testament can be trans­lated as above. Or take for an instance the sordid affairs related in Genesis 38:1-25. (You'll have to read that one yourself as it is too long to quote entirely.) Onan spilling his seed on the ground--now we all understand that one, don't we? Or Judah taking his daughter-in-law to bed believing her to be a whore. Strange goings-on for a religious book to concern itself with. And the sad case of Lot and his daughters. In the nineteenth chapter of Genesis, the daughters say to one another: Our father is old, and there is not a man in the earth to come into us (THAT phrase again!) after the manner of all the earth: Come, let us make our father drink wine, and we will lie with him, that we may preserve seed of our father. And they did lay with him and conceived two children who became the progenitors of two of Israel's greatest enemies, Moab and Ammon. And how are we to judge the supposed author of the Pentateuch, Moses? Perhaps it would be good to consider the estimation given in Deuteronomy 34:7. And Moses was an hundred and twenty years old when he dies: his eyes were not dim nor his M RE Sequel to the Bestselling RUN, LITTLE LEATHER BOY BY LARRYTOWNSCNO author of the Leatherman'S Handbook Now auilable in a 1pec1,1, prlute editioo ... lllJ full •nc•t novel. $,425 Order direct:•. Larry TownseAd, _m N~iAullEL AVENuf LOS ANGELES, l;_ALIFORNh\'I .... 1000 EMBOSSED BUSINESS CARDS $8.95 4615 Mt. Vernon 524-5612 QUALITY PRINTING •• • Business & Personal ~-­aan~ '1126 _ Autrey- • • • . • II • Buisness accounts welcome OUT OF TOWN customers welcome We will write and place your ad Goy Moil 1126 Autrey Houston, T exos n006 Write for rotes toylored to fit vour nee~s. 522 5609 (713) Gay natural force abated. Considering the correct version for the words translated "his nat­ural force abated", we come up with an entirely different picture of the man: And Moses was one hundred­twenty years old when he died: his eyes were good and his waters were not dried up (Hebrew idiom which means he could still ejac­ulate). things? To degrade the Bible to to a Grade B novel? NO! But simply to point out that the Word of God does not pull punches but deals with the fact of real people living in real situations and does not consider doing so to be ir­relevant to its religious outlook. The great king of Israel, David, makes the same use of this idiom in Psalm 32:4. . . . my moisture is turned into the drought of summer. And on and on it goes. The affair between David and Bathsheba; the Song of Solomon, and even the method for referring to men slain in a battle: The PRODIGAL must deal with life also. It must as a publicat­ion dedicated to God teach men how to treat their fellow men with consideration and love. And since even the Bible considers sex an important part of life, it is both expedient and relevant to deal with considerate and loving manners i.n relation to the sex act in a relig­ious publication. I close with this quotation from Titus 1:15. . . . There was not left unto Nabal by the morning light any that pisseth against the wall. (I Sam. 25:34) But why point out all of these Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure: but even their mind and conscience is defiled. --Theophilus WANT TO DO SOMETHING TO BETTERYOUR LIFE AND HELP YOUR GAY BROTHERS AND SISTERS AT THE SAME TIME? DO SOMETHING! DON'T JUST COMPLAIN ABOUT DISCRIMINATION. JOIN THE Circle of Friends TEXAS' OLDEST HOMOPHILE ORGANIZATION AND SPONSORS OF DALLAS' ANNUAL GAY PRIDE PARADE ALL MEN & WOMEN (OVER 18) WELCOME. TO MEET NEW FRIENDS AND ENJOY GAY ACTIVITY, MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY: ------------------- ------------------- I am interested in learning more about the CIRCLE OF FRIENDS and how I can expand my social life while helping others. Please send me a brochure. Enclosed is $1. 00 to help pay for postage, printing, and a small contribution to social justice. Name:-:-::------------_;Age __ _ Address City -----------S-ta-te _____ _ Zip- ------------·P hone- ---- LOOKING FOR SPECIAL RECORDS? IF YOU LIKE ELLA, DELLA, BILtIE, JUDY, EARTHA, ETTA, VIKKI, LIZA & BARBRA · · · · · - · DON'S BELLAIRE IIE_CORD SHOP 4900 IIIIONNET, BELLAIRE, TEXAS 77401 YOU'LL LOVE •....•.. DON'S RECORD SHOP 4900 BISSONNET BELLAIRE - - "Texas Largest Selection of Oldies" Page 3 ·11 ,· EVERYONE'S FUN HOUSE PRESENTS THE BEST I N THE AREA IN THE ART OF FEMALE IMPERSONATION: SONG, DANCE, SATIRE AND RECORD PANTOMINE ! SHOWS - * * THURSDAYS - 9:30 - 11:30 * SUNDAYS - 8:3--10:30 & 12:30 SATURDAY AFTERNOON JUICE DRINKS SPECIAL 50¢ SUNDAY BLOODY MARY PARTY HOUSTON .P.O. ENTRAPMENT Four per sons were arrested by vice officers the last week of Bebruary in Houston's Northline Shopping Center. About 4:30 p.m. on a weekday, a Houston school teacher walked into the public restroom at the North line Shopping Center. Inside one of the toilet stalls sat a man exposing himself and being obvious about it. Another of the stalls was occupied and a man stood in the open area where the Jatreens and wash basins are. The teacher entered one o{ the booths and shortly therearter the man so obviously exposing him­self went outside, only to return twice more in a very short period of time. Meanwhile another man had entered the facilities making it four. There was some playing around and indication that perhaps there might be something afoud about to happen when the door burst open and the vice offiver came in announcing that all were under arrest. The four men were first taken to the security office of the shop­ping center where the police were called to take them to the jail. Several hours later they were charged with Loitering although the threat of sodomy charges had been made. After the Loitering charge had been made the four posted bond and were released about midnight. Not being satisfied with having made their arrests, filed their charges, received the fines and bonds, embarassed and har­rassed their prisoners, the Hous­ton Police Department then directed calls to inform the principal of the school of the teachers entrapment. The infor­mation given to the principal or the affect it will have on the teacher is not known at this time. The tea<:,her is, however, employ­ing legal council in the event any action is taken by the Houston Independent School District as a result of his arrest and the sub­sequential information related by the Police Department. The teacher in question is a retired military man and is as - sociated with the R.O.T.C. pro­gram in the school where he teach­es. The principal of the school reported the arrest to the military personel placement director who in turn inquired of the teacher about the circumstances surround­ing his arrest. It seems in the mind of the general public "Loitering" is wrongfully considered strictly a homosexual charge. The military personel director stated to the subject that the information he had would go no further than his desk. The word of this individual to keep to himself what he had "been told" is yet to be seen and will not be known until this coming August when it is time for renewal of the teaching contracts for the coming school year. Are the arresting officers fully doing their jobs. Loitering is a misdemeanor, so is a traffic ticket II I ) II' yet you are not taken to jail in all instances and we have yet to hear of an employer being inform­ed of an employee getting a trafic citation. One of the four persons arrestee owned his own florist business - - he posted the cash bond of $27 .50 same as the others and has heard nothing from our "qualified guardian judges" in the Houston Police Department. The forfiture of the "cash bond" posted for the release of a person charged with "Loitering" is not a plea of guilty, yet, unless in th's instance, the teacher in question contests the charge -- the as ­sumption of the informed persons whith whom he works will be the same as if the charge were "sod­omy.'' The teacher has a family, for­tunately when told in detail by the police of her husbands arrest - - she questioned the honesty of the informant -- she believes in cir­cumstantial happenings and knows her husband from years and years of marriage. Her intention is to forget the happening as an un­fortunate incident - - yet can she - - at the possible cost of thousands and thousands of dollars to her family. Contesting this misdemeanor will be costly to the defendant which cannot be recovered from the state upon winning the case. Having the charge dismissed or thrown out "just might" to some extent erase the stigma homosexual drawn by the people informed of the arrest. Regardless of the action deemed necessary by this individual - - a complete win is impossible - - thanks to the vice officer who Continued pg. 5 TGIF FRIDAYS ·••· 4 to 8 FREE DRAWINGS • EVERY 1/2 HOUR , , Monday 226 8242 612Hadley HOOTER TIME 4 Bottle Beer .35¢ Bar Drinks .50( Half price drin~s if you are dressed WESTERN 7 , Page 4 GUIDELINES ON GAY PRIDE PARADE - DAUGHTERS OF BILITIS Dallas Chapter The Nation's Oldest Lesbian Organization Consciousness Raising - Educational Projects - BY AHO FOR WOMEN JOIN US - First and Third Fridays Each Month Be a part of the Scene -- Call (21-4) 824-0770 or BOX 5944 DALLAS, TEX 75222 told the arrested men, " I could charge you all with sodomy, but will let you off easy this time." Their gratitude to this "angel of mercy" for his considerations - - or lack of evidence - - in not having filed a just and proper charge. Let this be a warning - - if you have to use a public facilit., in one of the shopping centers in the city - - think twice - - woulc it not be less complicated to a,·· fend yourself against the charge of "Indicent Exposure" -- do your business on the parking lots be­tween cars, in the stores between or behind the counters and in the dressing rooms -- it's safer. GUIDELINES ON GAY PRIDE PARADE - - - PURPOSE: This parade is designed to ed­ucate and make the public more aware of the needs of Gay citizens and their demands as one of the most oppressed minorities in this nation. In addition, we hope to erase myths, superstitions, pre­judices, and fears from the public mind, creating a more positive image of the Homophile com - munity. We celebrate Gay Pride Week with millions of others ac­cross the nation, claiming our equal rights of human dignity and citizenship and taking pride in our personal identity as Gay people who live and serve as responsible, contribution members of society. SPONSOR: The Circle of Friends P. 0. Box 5944 Dallas, Texas 75222 Phone: (214) 824-0770 The Circle of Friends is Texas's oldese homophile organization. A political/educational club dedicat­ed to the betterment of the homo­phile community. NOTE: We must be, informed re­garding the number of cars and floats to be entered in the parade as this information is required on the permit application. Please indicate your intention to enter cars or floats as soon as pos­sible. FEES: Fees will be assessed from all organizations participating in the parade including the sponsering group, The Circle of Friends. Fees .will not be assessed for individuals - ----- - ------ ___ ,,,. __ '----- participating in the parade. The fees are as follows: $15.00 - Fee to enter a float. 5.00 - Fee to enter a car. This money wi!l be used to pay advertising, posters, mimeo­graphing, postage, and all other related expenses for the parade. NOTE: Advertising of a com­mercial enterprise by name cannot be permitted in the parade unless a fee of $750.00 is paid in advance through The Circle of Friends prior to the permit application. Commercial enterprises may share this expense if they desire and no other entry charge will then be charged to them. This is a result of the new Dallas City Ordinance passed since last year's parade. who will be in the parade/ YOU! -- This is your parade! ALSO: The Circle of Friends Dallas Chapter of Daughters of Bilitis Several congreations of the Metro­politan Community Church Homophile organizations from Houston , Austin, San Antonio, Abi­lene, Kileen, Ft. Worth, Oklahoma, etc. Straight organizations who believe in human rights for all people. Individuals from all backgrounds who have the courage to stand up and say we have the right to live our lives with human dignity. NO VIOLENCE: No violence of any kind will be permitted. This is a demonstration for the entire gay community ~ith hard work and sacrifice by many people. Violence has no part in this parade. DATE: The parade will be held, Saturday June 30, 1973, at 11:00 a.m. It will begin at the corner of Market and Main Streets, proceed up Main Street to Harwood, over one block go back down Elm Street, ending at the starting point. GAY PICNIC: Immediately following the par­ade, a picnic is scheduled at Flag Pole Hill at White Rock Lake Park. Bring your own food and beverage. The picnic is open to the entire gay community in cele­bration of Gay Pride Week. Last year there were 500 people at­tending the picnic. This year, let's make it a thousand!! RULES AND REGULATIONS: The following must be agreed to by all who participate in this parade: l. The laws of the United States, Texas, and all Dallas City Ord­inances will be strictly followed. 2. No firearms, liquer, or illegal drugs will be carried or used during this parade. NOTE: The Circle of Friend's attorney has informed us that i l is illegal for anyone to march in the parade with a bag or a mask covering their face. If a person needs to hide his or her face, he or she may walk under our long dragon labeled "DISCRIMINAT­ION" from which only one's feet will be visible; or in other non­sensitive positions. signs, posters, banners, etc , You may carry signs, however, no obscene or overtly sexual works, symbols, or objects are PURPOSE: to be used. If there is any quest­ion concerning this, check with the Parade Chairman. DRAG: It is not against the law to wear drag in Dallas. You are solely responsible for the expense and decorating of your entry in the parade. You may make it as simple or elaborate as you wish. You may provide either live or canned music with your floats, but let the Parade Committee be aware of your intentions so that your music does not interfere with the other sound sys terns being used. The final decision as to the actual placement of your entry in the parade will be the Parade Committee's. Remember, public verbal obscenity is illegal. NEWS MEDIA: The gay, straight, and under­ground press will all be sent press releases concerning the parade. ..,, We will also be advertising in all the news media, including news­papers, magazines, radio and tele­vision. HOUSING: Housing will be furnished to all out-of-town guests who will be participating in the parade either as individuals or as a group. Please bring your own bed roll 11nd food supplies. Write or call the Parade Committee informing us of how many people are in your paraty party. THE PARADE COMMITTEE: Any ideas or questions you may have should be made to the Circle of Friends Parade Committee. The committee meetings are open to anyone in thegaycommunity.Ifyou have suggestions or criticisms, come join us. CHRIS MCKEE PARADE CHAIRMAN REDEFINING HOMOSEXUALITY'S LABEL In most societies homosexuals have had to fight for the freedom of their feelings or hide for fear of condemnation. A major factcr in society's censure of homosex­uality has been that sexual desires outside the heterosexual realm are often viewed as mental aber­rations. But to most homosexuals these desires are real, no matter what their basis. Accordingly. members of the Gay Activists Alliance have requested that the American Psychological Associat­ion remove homosexuality from its official catalogue of mental dis­orders. The gay activists charged that such labeling (sexual devia­tion) results in discrimination against homosexuals in business and government. They presented medical findings showing that homosexuals are as well adjusted as most heterosexuals. The AP A's manual of mental disorders is not due for revision until 1978, but an AP group intends to draw up a statement disavowing the old classification. They hope to have it ready for formal consideration wlten the APA meets this May. 5 ,. ,. Ji fioucl,, o/ I~ The Golden Bo1 2613 MILAM 2 V•lll• HOU3TON, TEXU\ - 4 a.m. -~ Jacket Re<;JUireJ -~ 8 'til 12 MAUGHAM ON THE MAUGHAMS MAUGHAM ON THE MAUGHAMS "Overshadowed, queer, alcoholic, I should have been a complete failure. To this day I am still surprised when the critical or financial success of one of my novels, or plays, or films in various countries would seem to suggest that I am a success. But I am not a success in my own eyes for reasons which this book will certainly reveal." The book is Escape From The Shadows - - An Autobiography - (McGraw-Hill, $8.95). Its frank, outspoken, bitter and immensely talented author: Robin Maugham. The shadows in the title: that of his father, Lord Chancellor of England, and the shadow of his uncle, Somerset Maugham. attracted towards his own sex than towards girls, yet who was so imbued by the strict upper-middle­class conventions in which he lived that he was stricken with guilt by his homosexual desires and tried to make himself normal - - and at times succeeded.'' The war years made Maugham realize that he was predominantly homosexual, he further reveals, and "the guilt of that realization turned me to drink . . . . My life has been a struggle to cope with my homosexual passions, a struggle to deal with my desire to drink myself into oblivion." Teen Friend Is Not Psychiatrist (Dallas Morning News Feb. 26, Jean Adams' Teen Forum) FEAR OF DEVIATION: Q. I am 17 and have never felt anything for a girl. I kissed one, but felt nothing. But I have felt something for one of my best friends, who is a boy. Every time I am near him I get this wonderful feeling. When I don't see him I am sad. But I have not had any physical contact with him. I told one of my other friends about him and he said I might be half boy and half girl. When I was little I loved dolls. I still love stuffed animals. I have two. Please help me. I can't afford a psychiatrist, so please don't recommend one. -­Mixed Up in Mississippi. A. Ignore what your other friend told you. He has no qualifications for judging or advising you. It is not unusual for a boy to think highly of a male friend and to miss him when he is absent. Love is a beautiful thing and it is pos­sible for boys or men to love each other in ways that have nothing to do with sex. Also many teen-age boys like stuffed animals--some , even collect them. You will probably find a girl later who will appeal to you. Don't consider yourself a homosexual until and unless you have more evidence. Why not have an intimate con­versation with your school counselor or minister? Either, if you seem to need help and really cannot afford it, can refer you to come community agency for coun­seling. Sex Reform Argued Bonn, Germany -- WestGerman lawmakers are debating a package of legal reforms that would liber­alize outdated sex laws but crack down on television violence to pro­tect minors. Provisions of the bill include lowering the permissible age limit for homosexual acts between con­senting males from 21 to 18, per­mitting the now restricted sale of pornography and lifting an outright ban on such activities as wife-· swaping. The amendment would still per­mit prosecution of pimps and brothel owners. Another provision would permit pornography to be published and sold to anyone over 18, with the exception of films and literature with sadism, bestiality and child molesting. "My story is of a lonely child," writes the brilliant author of The Servant, The Second Window, and other memorable works. "It deals with an adolescent who was more It has also been, of course, much more: the Cambridge stu­dent, the Libyan Desert tank bat- , tie hero who was mentioned in dispatches for gallantry under firt:, the writer who abandoned the Bar to devote himself to literature also emerge from these pages. Closed Monday Dallas Girls Form D.O.B. The oldest Lesbian organization Nationwide has come to Dallas with the formation of a local chap­ter this year. The Daughters Of Bili tis meets the multi-faced needs of Lesbians through rapsessions, united front action, counseling, social opportunities, a library, etc. The need for such an organizat­ion is very apparent by the re­sponse evidenced at the first meetings. Outreach and activities will develop as the women involv­ed express their needs and then work together to meet them. Although a Lesbian organization by definition, the Dallas' chapter has established an open door policy for any woman defining herself as such regardless of sexual orient­ation. The group is presently operating under a loosely structur­ed format which allows all women to participate and share leader­ship roles. Members presently meet twice a month on first and third Fridays. First Friday meetings are defined more as action sessions where various projects and business are discussed and worked upon. These meetings are held at 8 p.m. in the MCC CommunityCenter at 3834 Ross. The third Fridays are given over to various consciousness­raising and rap sessions, speakers, exchanges with other Page 6 groups, etc. and the meetings are held at 2001 Bryan, Bryan Towers, Suite 290, 8 p.m. Women attending these sessions may park free across from the Federal Street entrance (the only one unlocked at night) and sign in under any name they wish to use at the guard I station, indicating that they are I going to the Women For Change (WFC- a straight women's lib group) offices. Contrary to the .misconceptions of many, Dallas DOB is not anti­male. The concern is to meet the needs of women in a free atmos­phere and where inequities are existent to bring these to light and dispel them where possible. For further information call (214) 824- 0770 or write Bx 5944, Dallas . *LIVE BAND Sat. *BEER BUST Sun 8 - 12 $1.00 3400 TRAVIS 528-9772 MARILYN MICHALES CROWNED "MISS HOUSTON" MARIL YM MICHAEL IS "MISS HOUSTON 1973" FARMHOUSE HOSTS MISS HOUSTON CONTEST The night of February 28, found the Farmhouse at 3535 Westheimer filled to overflowing with anxious contestants and customers to see who Miss Houston '73-'74 would be. All who attended were warmly greeted at the door by Lynn or Gene, the club operators. Upon leaving the same two were at their stations to wish all a safe and happy "good night." The MC's for the evening were Kitty Key and Miss Farmhouse '73. Kitty is known to many as one of Houston and Dallas' favorite fe­male impersonators. She has ap­peared professionally in Dallas at Ronsue's and The Bayou Landing, in Houston, the Farmhouse, Hi Kamp, Glass Stein, Bayou Landing and for almost two years was one of the "Fabulous Four" at the Red Room. The numbers by Liza - Nova, the out-going Miss Houston and Kitty Key along with Gene were enjoyed by the awaiting crowd for the contest to commence. Liza received notice when the sound-man put on the wrong record - being a quality entertainer - the show did not stop and she was great. The audience fully understood her plight and were very polite. Each of the contestants were escorted around the stage by Mr. Farmhouse 1971 - John and Mr. Farmhouse 1972 - Mark. None seemed to mind except one of the "ladies" who brought -her own with her and they made a very fine looking couple. Winners were: Miss Houston 1973 Miss Houston 1972- '73 - Marilyn Michales 1st Runner Up - Friday 2nd Runner Up - Prissy All contestants are eagerly look­ing forward to the coveted title next year which promises to be bigger and better. Until that time, the jewelry, pasties and eyelash glue are all still very much in use for the various upcoming Hal­loween Balls, the eventoftheyear. MADAM FERTILIZER SHOW FRIDAY NIGHTS 9 to 1 ALL LIVE - NO COVER SCOTTY HARBORS LEAVES POST AT NUNTIUS - - - THE NUNTIUS and City Art Studio announce with regret the departure of Scotty Harbors from his as­sociation wlth us. Scotty handled some advertising for us and oc­casionally worked as a reporter for The NUNTIUS. Scotty also served as an assistant editor of the newspaper. Scotty Harbors always enlivened the office with his wit and active imigination and he will be missed by us all. We wish him the best in his new endeavours. FRIDAY FOSTER, 1ST RUMMER-UP TO MISS HOUSTON ,, ·\I 7 ' I PRISSY, 2ND RUNNER-UP TO MISS HOUSTON OFFICERS AT S.I.R. Frank Fitch, 29, is the new President of the Society For In­dividual Rights, the nation's lar­gest Gay liberation organization. Mr. Fitch, who served as Public relations Committee Chairperson during much of the last year, suc­ceeds Bill Plath, President for the last 2 1/2 years. Mr. Plath did not seek re-election. Don Scott, who campaigned with Mr. Fitch as a team, was elected Vice Presi­dent. Also elected at the annual mem­bership meeting were Duke Smith as Secretary, and Roger Hayden as Treasurer. The five new Board members are Jim Foster (of De­mocratic National Convention fame), Gary Miller, Doug De Young, Deno Thomas and Devin Norton. After the election results were announced, Mr. Fitch addressed the membership briefly. " Thank you for the vote of confidence you have given me, as President, and Don, as Vice President, and to the program of change we ad­vocate. For those that ran for a position and were not elected, be assured that the membership is greatful for the dedk.ation you have demonstrated by the commitment and would want you to remain a valuable resource of the Society. One way you can do this is to apply for Director of one of the twelve standing committees." He asked that any persons in the com- Page 8 munity who may have felt that their suggestions for improvement of the Society had not been given proper consider atioq in the past, to s tep forward now. He reminded mem­ber s that Officer s and Board mem­bers would be installed on Wed­nesday, February 14th at 8 PM. At that time the new President will make his first major policy statement, that will help to set the tone and direction of S.I.R. for the next year . Also, at that time, the committee Directorships will be decided upon. This meet ­ing is held at the S.I.R. Commun­ity Center at 83 6th Street and the meeting will be open to public press. The membership was also re­minded of the forthcoming 1st Annual Presentation Banquet on Saturday, February 17th at 7 PM. At this time the outgoing Officers and Board members will be pre­sented with a commemoration for their service and the newly elect­ed Officers and Board will be intro­duced. Following the sit-down din­ner, there will be a dance and two shows by entertainer Lori Shannon. Tickets for this gala event can be reserved by calling 781 - 1570 and may be purchased for five dollars at the S.I.R. office at 67 6th Street in San Francisco. This event is also open to any person who wishes to demonstrate their support or interest in the work of the Societ.v. Winner of the "MISS HOUSTON CONTEST", Marilyn Michael FOREIGN-CAR SERVICE 5415 Fannin at Calumet FREE ESTIMATES. on body work and repair Foreign Car Specialist 528 93.62 Hours 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. ( \ ( \ if[}{]~ lbOWOlM rnl@@~aa 1811 SOUTH SHEPHERD AT SAN FELIPE OPEN - Monday thru Saturday 11 A.M On Sundays, we open at 12:00 Noon HAPPY HOUR 5 - 7 BLOODY MARY SPECIAL .65 SUNDAYS NOON - 3:00 - ~~~Qil~~® Come And Enjoy An Intimate Relaxed Atomosphere - MOVIE REVIEW The foll by Al Goldstein This week am reviewing the very best porn film ever made, so superior to others that it defies comparison. The movie hits the all-time best score of 100% on the Peter-Meter, not only for its raging raunch, but more startlingly for its wit, wild humor, fine acting and hilarious story. In fact, this is the most laudatory review I have written for any sexploitation flick since I inaugrated this column in SCREW on November 4, 1968. The film was supposed to be called The Sword Swallower but the distributors realized that it would be impossible to advertise that title in the sterile newspapers so they opted for the equally be­witching title of Deep Throat. It opens March 20th at the Cinema West, 5341 West Alabama, 626- 0279, Houston. At the time of this writing, the distributors were n'ot sure whether their film would be booked on the 20th for sure but you can varify this by calling the theatre. If the film opens on the 20th as scheduled then I still recommend hiking down to the Cinema West to see the GO-second trailer for Deep Throat. That's almost worth the price of admission alone: hard rock sound­track, fine animation and some choice glimpses of the film not only whet the appetite but the ---- as well. The finely photographed film was shot in Miami and contains many new bods for the discerning aud­ience. The excellent color, high calibre lighting and good sound all contribute to make this exemplary dirty-film making. The star of the film has fine legs, firm tits, a not unattractive face and the greatest mouth action in the annals of the profession. Queens will protest they can do better but mere practice alone does not a perfectionest make. It takes heart and these attributes which a very few run-of-the-mill homo­sexuals possess. The girl with the deep throat is almost a Ripley's Believe-It-Or-Not as she takes the WHOLE joint down her gullet. No. It's not small but a roustabout in the neighborhood of ten good inches that plummets into the de­epest recess of the oral cavity; down, down and down it plunges until nothing remains. It seems a miracle, a physical impossibil­ity. Now. I am blase and bored with sexploitation flicks and can respond more to the passions pro­voked by a photo of a chocolate malted. Yet I was seized with yearning by the greatest on-screen fellatio since the birth of Christ performed before my very eyes. The wholly ingenious plot of Deep Throat concerns the lady with the endless throat, and her strange inability to have an orgasm. Her delicious roommate helpfully ar­ranges for two guys to pound her into oblivion. They do, but our searching queen still cannot achieve a climax, so she goes to a doctor and his examination re­veals that she doesn's have all the equipment . . . . or at least not in the orthodox place. Rather, her sliver is located deep down her cavernous throat. Remember the 20th is the day and the place is Cinema West - 5341 West Alabama. (Parts of the review taken from SCREW at the request of the ad­vertiser.) "THE HOMOSEXUAL IN LITERATURE" COURSE OFFERED New York City's Barnard Col­lege will offer an experimental course on the homosexual in lit­erature next spring as part of its humanities program. The faculty-approved course will be founded by a special grant from the Andrew Mellon Found­ation made to the women's college. According to the official de­scription presented to the faculty, students enrolled in the course will study the "literary image of homosexuals and their exper­iences of life from antiquity to the present with an emphasis on the 20th century." Readings will include selections from the Bible, Sappho, Plato, Tetronius, Michaelangelo, Shake­speare, Marlowe, Balzac, Whit­man, Wilde, Proust, Gide, Diana Barher, and William Burroughs. Another course being offered by the college this spring is " De­terminants of Sexuality." 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Says the letter, "We have no objections . . . to humorous re­marks or skits dealing with homo­sexuality and depiction of homo­sexual characters on television . . . But sniggering 'fag' and 'dyke' jokes won't do, nor will the sug­gestion that the mere fact of homo­sexuality is hilarious. In short, we do not object to jokes that deal yuur hostesses with our lives-but our lives them­selves are not a joke!" An Alliance spokesman has cited as acceptable the sketches on the Burns and Schreiber comedy spec­ials (ABC) dealing with a homo­sexual son and his fathe r , and a homosexual drunk at a bar asking a heterosexual couple what they do sexually. Also, a bit on a Mary Tyler Moore segment in which two women are after the same man who, it turns out to the great relief of one of the smitten, turns out to be gay. On the home scene radio station KIKK has an announcer of thenews that seems to have the habit of adding to any news item happening in the Montrose Area of Houston, you know "that strange section". It is not only in poor taste but embarassing to businessmen and old established families of this section. We might, as a group, Ricci i7 Rita B811l11 ClU I 18-S POOL . DANCING . MIXED Dl■IS Open Tuesday ihro,1h Sund ly Sp■ - 21■ {Closed lo'ld1 ys) nas s. SIIPHfRD 521 M30 Page 10 '"'VVVVVV'¥''V'Y..,,. with the numbers of us in advertis­ing and media of this sort a void any contact with this station until something is done to correct this "odd pe rson" from his method of commenting on legitimate news. CARTOONIST SAYS THAILAND NOTORIOUS GAY CENTER Bangkok - Thailand has become one of the world's most notorious " gay centers," where homosexual businessmen from all over the world come " to spend their secret life at the various gay joints," a famous Thai cartoonist told a pannel dis cussion on " sexual morality" here. Prayoon Chanyawong, a 1971 winner of the Ramon Masaysay Award, revealed that " I have re­ceived more than 100 letters from transvestities transvestites telling me about their secret life. He said he was "shocked to see how the world has changed, when I paid a visit to a gay center the other day just to observe." "MISS FARMHOUSE - 1973" ~ 4817 BRYAN AT FITZHUGH ,0 823·044 7 .J '1,,1 NEW SHOW EACH TUESDAY U) "AN EXPERIENCE IN ~ SIGHT AND SOUND" ~ ~ ~ 16 mm. sound plus shorts ~ tlJ • I I I CECILIA AND DALLAS' NEWEST GIRLS BAR WELCOMES YOU! Future surprizes at Dallas, Tex. 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And so the sessions go on. In addition to his "satisfactory" heter­osexial life, the patient must also report end to homosexual contacts and impluses before his treatment can be called a suc­cess. In ma.iy cases, Goldstein repor ts, the old homosexual fantasies and desires die with tbe development of a new hetero­sexual life. But in other cases, they linger on. To suppress the homosexual urges, Goldstein and his colleagues in a few cases use the controversial "aversion therapy." The patient is shown a slide designed to arouse his homosexual de­sires. Moments later he is given an electric shock, strong enough so that he feels relief as the slide fades, the shock stops, and the slide of a woman appears. The treatment is repeated and repeated, Tom mys - Poco Mas Hamburgers and tap beer ALL you can eat or drink EVERY SUNDAY - 6 to MIXED DRINKS SOON 9 until the patient. reports the end of his homosexual fantasies. \ The unit is not concerned solely with llomosexuality. It is carrying on wor k on \ 4 - Why move around in '73 - stay with The Apartment for easy living and fun. IIIIPPY· 1/0flf( I New Large· Game Room Completely Remodeled ALL DRINKS 30¢ New Large Patio 4 - 7 MON - SAT 3 - 6 SUNDAY 8 MON - FRI - TA-P BEER 25¢ Dancing Pool & Foosball (Entrance in rear) frigidity, impotence, obsessive compul­sive neurosis, and agoraphobia (the fear of open places). And in varying degrees, parallel work is being done in most major hospitals in the count ry. MOVIE REVIEW 0 THE EXPERIMENT" The Experiment, an excellent new film from Jaguar P roductions, explores the trauma of a teenager's homosexual awakening and how he comes to grips with these inclinations. Billy Joe lives in one of those south­western desert hamlets whose population can be numbered in two digits, where a ctivity revolves around the local gas station-cafe-general store. His father, Herm, is the proprietor of this business complex, and Billy Joe helps out pump­ing gas - -that is, when he and his buddy, r----====---:====-=------ - - ----------•------------IGtoa rdyr,i nakr ebne'et rs nsweaikpiendg foroffm i ntthoe thcea fde.e sTehret Left 19 rtgllt: JelNI • .. MR FARMHOUSE · 1971" , Mad, Aaluo1y . " MR FARMHOUSE. 1972" Prissy· 2nd Runner-up, Miss Hous1on, Friday Foster - 1st Runner-up, Miss Hous1on - • - ••• • MARIL YH MICHAEL. "MISS HOUSTON" , and Kitty Keys - M.C. two also have a secret hideaway, a shack, and it is here they decide one night to " experiment" and have a sexual expe!i.­ence together. It is an intensely emotional experience for Billy Joe, but Gary is rather in­different to its implications. Thinking himself rejected, Billy Joe runs away, hoping time and distance will settle his sexual confusion, but in his flight, he is picked up and used by a salesman, a motorist and his hitchhiker, and finally, in Hollywood, meets a jaded rich boy and experiences his first orgy. In the interim, Gary is having second thoughts about his own sexuality and does not r esist when picked up by a tourist. The casual sex act by itself is mean- . ingless to him, though, and he begins to . realize that his relationship with Billy Joe can be both emotional and physical. Billy Joe confronts his homosexuality and returns to tell his father, who was aware of the pr oblem all along and was waiting for his son to discover himself. The two boys are reunited, poised on the threshold of a newly found sexual maturity. Page 19 IILIAUS'GUTB• ~@w-~ f IA f@!A~~~ 00~00 _Eyes tllat ~stlf:, • Ponn • Pace • l'tpre 1 ~ /, Producer Barry Knight and writer­director Gorton Hall are to be com­mended for their courage in tackling the subject of a boy's homosexual awakening, exploring it in depth, and not letting the material get out of hand. It's a dangerous topic , and if treated superficially can spell cinematic disaster, something that more than one major studio has learned the hard way. Perhaps the reason The Experiment succeeds where other films have failed is because it was not bound by the restrictions of the MPAA code and depicts the sexual encounters as graphically as necessary, particularly Billy Joe's first hesitant approach to homosexuality. A.propos evolution, The Experiment is further evidence that producers for the so-called "pornographic market" are not afraid to take risks in elevating the whole genre to new levels oflegitimacy. Another recent film from Jaguar, Deep Compasion, also made this attempt, and while it was less successful in achieving its aims, nonetheless it was conceptually a giant step in the right direction. The makers of both films are to be applauded for their daring, for affirming the belief th3it audiences do not park their mentality~ , at the door of a porno theatre but wart and expect something to involve their inds as well as their libidos. Now, with the release of Marlon Bran­do's Last Tango in Paris, there is no longer any distinction between explicit sex scenes in films made for the general and porno markets. The only difference is the frequency of these scenes. Aud­iences will no longer have to pay $5 for what they can see for $3 down the block, but the foresighted makers of The Experiment have a movie to meet this new challenge. In addition to having a solid and mature script, The Experiment has very sub­stantial production values. Filmed on location near Palm Springs and Indio, Barry Knight's photography captures the scenic beauty of the area as well as the intimate dramatic scenes with skill and sensitivity, making full use of every soph­isticated camera movement audiences are accustomed to in general release films. Mike Stevens plays Billy Joe, b~ the character to life in a very real and understated performance. He has keen competition from Joel Daniels, in the role of Gary. Daniels almost steals the picture with a natural and offhand portrayal, capturing exactly the right moodandcom­municating it to the audience with small gestures and facial inflections. The Experiment was directed by Gorton Hall from his original screenplay, and he also plays Billy Joe's father. Hall do­minates his few brief scenes with such a comanding screen presence that he almost bursts the seams of the small role. This is not be be confused with overacting. On the contrary, it is an obvious abundance of talent being squeezed into the confines of a small character. Fortunately his writing and directing capacities allow him full vent, and he makes the most of the opportunity. Jimmy Hughes is seen as the sales­man and Robert Weaver as the tourist, with David Blair, Tony Ross, Dave Craig, Peter Thomas, and Eva Faye completing the cast. The Experiment is the first major pro­duction of 1973, and if it is any indication, this year may prove to be the most excit­ing yet for gay filmmakers and audiences alike. ,.Quality Printing at Printed while you wait prices. NUNTIUS PUBLISHED MONTHLY HOUSTON, TEXAS Editor. Phil Frank (Review by Harold Fairbanks and copied from the ADVOCATE at the request of the adviterser .) • City Art Studio 4615 Mt. Vernon 524 5612 Complete Service - Layout, Typesetting, and Printing. Next time you need printing try us and you will see their is a difference in quality but not 1n price Page 20 I Asst. Editor• Steve Jonsson 4615 MT. VERNON HOUSTON, TEXAS 77006 524-5612 . . Publication ol t~ M- or Jtb9.ta,,_apt,_o! 111'.'Y. P.~~:-<>t q,9ani,zqtion in. csticlu ti, ~ertia,i.,. i'I TJi.e· .N\!NJ.IU}. i~ -~t ··to· be ~st rued. os clnj,- in•iution .ol thr .suuQI or.iem«.iOft of s~li-person 0,,-.,,:1,rollen.' (\~ GAY 0,.\'~ ~'5''5' COMMUNITY CENTER ~~s f\\\tNOS MEETING ROOMS DANCES CLASSES Meetings Wed. 7:30 p.m. MONTROSE GAZE 528 9069 504 Fairview GOLDEN BOY "SUPPER CLUB" No more censorship in BELLAIRE OPEN 7 A.M. - 11 P.M. '• '• '• A new establishment opened ih Houston February 23rd. the GOLDEN BOY, at 2613 Milam. This is designed as a "Supper­Club" type establishment, featur­and quality food, fine wines and drinks. The Club's by- line is "A Touch of Elegance" and the owners are striving to bring to Houston an establishment that does provide a luxurious setting for drinking or dining, but without being stuffy or 'grand'. The carpet is thick and rich the walls covered with gold leaf, interesting photos, paintings, and object of art. There is ample MAGAZINES PAPER BACKS ❖❖❖❖ OUT-OF-TOWN NEWSPAPERS MOVIE ARCADE ❖❖❖❖ RUBBER GOODS A DISCREET ATMOSPHERE parking across the street. You may ELLAI RE NEW be admitted without a suit and tie, t==============:ft ~==============~ but it is suggested that you wear a jacket, particularly between 8 and 12, if for no other reason than that you will likely feel more comfortable. 5807 BELLAIRE BLVD. A VERY DISCREET PLACE TO PURCHASE ANYTHING PRINTED There will be some 'straight' ncleire.n tMelo, spta ortfi ctuhleasrel ya eraer lfyri feonrd dsi no-f.__ ___________________________________________ . the management, attractive young swingers who know the score. You may find the customers as attract­ive as the menu! Dinner is served from 7:30p.m. until 4 a.m. - this is on the European style, a House, or fixed menu. Your pleasure will start with a trim golden menu delivered by a delightful Golden Boy! The first course is the soup of the day, made on the premises, then a Greek Peasant Salad with fresh bread; the main course offers you a choice of a Fil et Mignon or Kansas City Strip. Both are genuine Heavy Prime Beef. A vegatable (no pota­tos) comes with this. Last, but definitely not least, you conclude with an exotic dessert. Included in the price of $14.50 per person, (service not included), is your choice (from four) of fine Grand Cru Classe' French Wines. (The price for dinner is less if you do not take a wine). While the cost may seem high, we will quote the management, "Food so fine the ex­travagence is justified!" An additional feature is that you may order any fine food that may strike your fancy, by phoning your order and reservation at least 24 hours in advance. Reservations are not required to dine, but as capacity is limited, you may be refused food service if the limit has been reached be­fore you arrive , or have to wait a considerable time. Do not expect to eat and run here. Every item is prepared AFTER you order. Expect to lounge and truly dine, talk, with friends and be served by waiters who have been picked for their looks , charm, and efficiency. The food service is the pride of the management, and is under the supervisiono supervision of Rick. His idea was to combine the best in quality of food, service, and style taken from some of the best resturants around the world, and offer then to Hous­tonians. If you ever have any complaint as to . the food or service, scream promptly, long and loud. You can be assured that it will be corrected promptly and will not occur again. The aim here is to provide much more than simply a meal. TYPIST - - ATTORNEY WILL PAY TOP SAL­ARY FOR TOP TYPIST. MALE OR FEMALE. FULLTIME OR PART TIME. CALL 926-7959FOR INTERVIEW. REFER AD #1. t 11 !11 f f MON - SAT 4:30 - 2;00 1 r1 I wt, t, ~R,o◄,,, oP EN suN - 1:00 - 2:00 U ◄No s,4.,.lJ 1 . ~'y 1il \ein S,IJ◄RoRJ!fl( ~ 1ST ANNIVERSARY PARTY S Sf ~ DRAWINGS FOR DEEP s~1R~~H~NTGH TRIPS AND DOOR PRIZES -Oo (Please make reservations) MONDAY - 2 for l all night. TUESDAY - Show Night WEDNESDAY - Air Hockey and Pool Tourney. THURS­DAY - Talent Night. $UNDAY - Show 7:00. "HAPPY HOUR" - Monday - Friday 4:30 - 8. 3207 Montrose.... 528 8236 HAPP¥ 5A~NT PRT8§ DOWN HAPPY SAINT PAT'S 1. scatterbrained; silly (sl) ACROSS 2. feel up; fondle (sl) 3. nwnber: none 4. to complain (sl) 4. to tie; to constrict 5. a~tificial penis 6. to labor; to work 7. female homo sapiens 7, sheared from sheep 8. allow; permit 9. sup~r---- 10. color rather like 10, have affection for 11. 13. 14. 16. 17. 19. 21. 22. 24. 25. 29. 31. 32. 33. 35. lavender Adam's wife drenched pleasure; amusement sight organ ingest food obtain Morris ----- sex object (sl) belly button male organ salivate; dribble competitor in love mod suffix meaning "one addicted to" homosexual; happy make it with some-one ( sl) 36, ----- gritty 39. all ( adj) 40. myself 41. bone in chest 43. meshed snare 12. 15, 17. citrus flavor common nwnber TV award 18, hoodlwn 20, level; plane 21, retain; hold 23, opp. of receive 26, and (Lat, or Fren.) 27, (diag,) 1000 lbs. 28, negative 30, "obscene" literature 32. throw; sling 34, " ----- to bed, etc, 35, the ejaculate 37, path of planet 38, money (sl) 41. common color 42, buttock (sl) 44, torrid; burning Solution on pg. 15 Page 21 JERRY FOXX F.SCORT TOURS Have someone show you Houston - Day and night tours. Transportat­• ion available. 524-0088 EL PASO, TEXAS - Gay Liber­ation Forum - P . 0. Box 12493, El Paso, Texas 79912. LIBRARY SERVICE, INC., offering quality adult gay fiction, has a new brochure, write today for an im­mediate reply. Write: Library • Service, Inc., Dept. N, P.O. Box 20308, San Diego, Calif. 92120 YOUNG SLAVE WANTED U/30 W/M, submissive to all demands by self-styled Master. Send re­quired recent photo and particulars to P. 0 . Box 2213 Custom House Station, New Orleans, La. 70116. WORK LISTINGS WANTED - - Bartenders - Waiters - get your name on the list for full and part time work. Placement service at n.o.. .c h·a-rge · - c. all 522-5609. WHITE - LEGALLY MARRIED businessman age 48 wishes to establish contact with same in late thirties to late forties for sincere relationship. Exchange re­cent photo and details. Box 42011, Houston, Texas 77042 GUIDE SERVICE for Miami and South Florida. Private & Discreet, Lie. Chauffeur with car. Send self addressed stamped envelope for· cost and information. BALLARD and WEBER - Box 965 - KEY LARGO, FLA. 33037. BARFLY '72 - Just OFF the Press! Most accurate guide to gay places on the market today. Over 1000 listings . . . . . Over 150 cities in Western U.S., Canada and Mex­ico. Send $3 (Calif. residents add 15¢ sales tax) to: ADVOCATE, Box 74695, L.A., CA. 90004. SINGING - CLASSICAL PIANO - Professional instruction from a teacher who takes pride in student advancement - 723-3254. "HAWK" service for lonely gay boys. Information w/stamp. Box 337, Milliken, Colorado 80543. ALOE VERA COSMETICS - - , for everyone. 643-7976, days - 524-6533, nights - any hours. - LOOKING AGAIN! BATCllELOR, 30' s - masculine - wishes to meet same in Porter, Conroe, Humble area for social get-together. Has own home, likes to cook, sunbathe, no prude, drinks moderately. Write TAD, Box G, 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006 - Include name and phone number or ad­dress please. PORNOGRAPHY COLLECTOR - New and old - trade - buy or peruse! JA3-6577 - 8-11 P.M. LONELY YOUNG MAN new in Houston desires to meet clean honest - stable gay males/ females for friends. Phone 691-9869 after 7:30 P.M. Only. Page 22 / _~•-·· PHOTOGRAPHER - - Will shoot. anything you can do - or will· print and develop your first 2 rolls · of film free. Box 23232, Houston, Texas 77028 GAY SAFARI - Send 25 cents for Full details To: SAFARI WEST 10655 Shore Drive, Boca Raton, Florida 33432. LOUISIANA STUD CALLING : : : Masculine, W /M 35, desires cor­respondence and eventual meeting. Wants to meet butch guys. I'm 6 ft., 155 lbs, educated. Love Theater, travel, photography. Lets exchange cassettes. Photo ex­changed. Don Brent, P. 0. Box 64531, Baton 1 Rouge, La. 70806. PO1'ENT HERBAL APHRODI­ACS! Unusual List - $1.00. Box · 4937-N, Yuma, Arizona 85364. S & M GEAR BROCHURE $3.00 30 pages of outrageous toys - ATOL LTD% Fe-Be's Dept. "N", 1501 Folsom Street, San Frnacisco, Calif. 94103 . SAFE, DISCREET CONTACTS.' Send stamp for details. Club, Box 324, Ontario, Calif. 91761. GAYLA - The kind of material you'd want to handle and hold! 50¢ grabs a fistful of mouth water­ing Prime Beef - - try it baby - - you'll like it! XXX, 2025 Prairie St., Dept. NT, Chatsworth, Calif. 91311. LIVE - IN - HOUSEMAN - Private room and board - must like dogs and be willing to work. Cooking not necessary but capable of serv­ing parties on occasions. Call Mr. Parker 783-8586 or 783-5321. "WELL BUILT" masculine young man would like someone interested to contact him. Send phone # to Box 36644, Houston, Texas 77036. -- - ------- - -..:: - - - white male, 27, new to Houston on tight budget needs to share apartment or house with same 20 - 40. Prefer Southwest or downtown area. Call DON, 224-9501 Ext. 629. LONELY: 55 yr. old W/Female ..... Fairly attractive, well educat- 1 ed . . . would like to meet W / female (FlufO about same age .. . attractive, educated ... that could later become serious about settling down to a life of a last­ing . . . . relationship and love .... Write .. A ... w ..... d - % The Nuntius, · Box K - 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006. NEW BARFLY '73 - Covers the Continent - For the first time anywhere a brand new BARFLY EAST joins a completely updated BARFLY WEST to cover NORTH AMERICA - From Alaska to Ac­apulco .. From Portland to Prov­idence in 2 96-page mini-volumes. (2 3/4 x 4 1/2) - Barfly West .. $3. - Barfly East $3. - or get both for $5.00. ADVOCATE, BOX 74695 - Los Angeles, CA 90004. ROOMMATE NEEDED to relocate in Southwest area. Call Ann; 523-0012 after 9:30 p.m. The Bubb.ling Personality of MR. TERRI LEE SUBSCRIBE TO THE NUNTIUS $4.00 - 12 Issues Classitied Advert,ising - 10¢ per word ENCLOSED $ _____ _ Name ______________________ _ Address ______ _ City ___________________ _ State----- - - ----­The NUNTIUS Zip--------- 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, Texas 77006 ---------------HOME TO SHARE - Quiet, Reserv­ ·FOR RENT - DALLAS - 1-2-3 Bedroom homes available for rent just off Live Oak. 826-0000. MONTROSE GAZE - Group act­ivities for the mature, lonely Gay; every Friday evening, 8 P.M., in the meeting room of the Mont­rose Gaze Community Center for Gay people. 504 Fairview QUIET W /M 28 would like to meet ed professional 22, seeks same share expenses 3 bedroom home in Channelview • 452-9628. Employed Only. (Houston Sub.) WANTED - News .. Pictures .. Information .. on: Drags - Female Impersonators - Transvestites - Have YOUR nameputonmyprivate listing! Write to Pudgy Roberts, P. 0. Box 71, PrinceStreetStation New York City, New York 10012. young gays under 28 who dig horses - - - - - - - - - - • - - - - - and the Western scene. Would also WANTED: Very effeminate looking like a room-mate. Serious callers male or very passable drag queen please. - Roy - 224-2054 (17 to 28) for permanent relation- -___ :. -=-.. : -~ . - .. · ~~ - - - - - - - · ship. Please enclose picture. Write • _______ •. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - John Prowett, 1909 BennettStreet, GAY PRISONERS of the Southwest! Apartment #209, Dallas, Texas We write and assist imprisoned 75206. gays. If you're a gay prisoner or - - • - - - · · - - - - • wish to correspond with one, please Am CONDITIONING - write: Dennis Milam / 1906 San HEATING SPECIALIST Gabriel, #9, Austin, Texas 78705 For all your Heating and Air _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ • _ Conditioning needs and service - WHITE MALE, 38 wants to meet younger guy 18 to 24 for regular j. o. sessions or other. Must be masculine, attractive, well built. If interested send statistics photo and phone to: BOB ADAMS, P. 0. Box 1379, Houston, Texas 77001. TAROT CARD READINGS. The ancient Tarot has been an occult mystery for centuries. Since the middle ages, European royalty has relied on the Tarot Deck for re­vealing their personal fate. Dis - cover what the Tarot means to you. Private readings by Timothy. Call 781-4938. Call T. R. AT AIRLINE AIRE - 523-9540 Day or Night - Resi­dential or commercial. TRANSVESTITE INFORMATION SERVICE: A new and unique service for any Transvestite, cross - dresser or female impersonator. The largest TV Pen Pal Club going. This is no fee­membership organization and for more information write Miss. Rose Ann Prowett, TVIS Gay Queens Counselor, 1909 Bennett Street #209, Dallas, Texas 75206. r:J.Y HOUSfON >­< ;I:: C w w ll. v, W. GRAY 0 ...J -ct u.. u.. ::, al WESTHEIMER C ~ w :I: ll. w :I: V, 5 6 8 w V, 0 ~ t­z 0 ::::e . 21 10 Kipling ~ 22 .9 W.ALABAMA RICHMOND 2' SOUTHWEST FREEWAY 59 RICE w 0 ~ 4 z z • 0 25 z 0 z IC: w > ~ ~ I-----~"'-,-0 Indicates new bar. UNI 'f EASI TY 1. FARMHOUSE - GALLEON '! KEYS, THE 5. ROARING GO'S 6. LA BOHEME 7. NUNTIUS 8. MARY'S 9. 900 CLUB 10.BAYOU LANDING 11. RED ROOM 12. MR. FRIZBY 13. HI KAMP 14. 15. SURF l. VILLA FONTANA, 1315 Skiles (off Live Oak) 2. DETOUR, 3113 Live Oak 3. ENTRE' NUIT & BACHELOR QUARTERS, 3116 Live Oak 4. GENE'S MUSIC BAR, 307 S, Akard 5. THE SWINGER, 2121 N. Field 6. BAYOU LANDING & DELTA BATHS 2609 Pearl 7. RONSUE'S, 3236 McKinney ' 8. T.J.'S, 3307 McKinney 9. CHIP INN, 3224 N. Fitzhugh NUNTIUS/JANUARY 1973 16. MINI PARK 17. EXILE 18. LA CAJA 19. GOLD ROOM 20. PINK ELEPHANT INWOOD _ GREENVILLE A VE 0 21. THE NUMBERS 22. ROUND TABLE 23. BRAZOS BAR 24. GLASS STINE 25. STORYBOOK 10. BRIAR PATCH, 5709 Oram (off Greenville near Ros~) 1 l. BON SOIR, 5601 Lovers' Lane 12, VAPORS, 5334 Lemmon (near Inwood) 13, STUDIO 9 , 4817 Bryan (off Fitzhugh) 14, ENCHORE, 45 16 McKinney 15, HIGHLAND LOUNGE, 3018 Monticello (off Central ) 16. CLUB MAARS, 1819 N, Hende rson 17. 18. 19. THE RANCH, 4117 Maple (near Oak Lawn) METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH, 3834 Ross WHERE THE BOYS ARE, 4601 Maple Page 23 ·r~tE SALLIE MARIE Dennis Sisk, owner of the Bayou Landings Houston - Dallas has agreed, so Jong as the activities of the Montrose Gaze are advant­ageous to the Homophile Com - munity, to pay the rental on their guilding for one year, starting in January this year. The rent at 504 Fairview, the house used by the Montrose Gaze is $150.00 per month. At the pre­sent time space afforded in this -location is adequate and members and friends have renovated it so that the place is quite nice. The Gaze offers pool, dancing. rap sessions and will go along with suggestions for activities from the members or the community. The Montrose Gaze does not permit liquor, beer or drugs on the preptlses .. /1'his young organization needs all the help and support the com­munity can give - - - have you in any small way done your part??? f J.\RJ'J\~IOUSE 'IVES~f 1-IEt J'J\ER 622-5942 622-9149 "YOUR HOME A WAY FROM HOME" - FREE DRAFT BEER evenings except Wednesday and Sundays SOUND SYSTEM - Up to date music AFTER HOU.RS Friday and Saturdays WEDNESDA VS - 2 for I ~--------==----ms...~-,--m,o:,~-.,.----------a,·,o;~~-----·-•~;~•---------" Page 11 MARCH 1973 AUSTIN THE APARTMENT 2828 Rio Grande .. . .... 478-0224 DALLAS BACHELOR QUARTERS (Baths) 3116 Live Oak . . . . ..... . BA YOU LANDING 2906 Pearl . . ....... 742-3269 BON SOIR 5601 Lovers Lane ... . 351-9521 briar patch 5709 Oram ... ...... 824-9710 CHIP INN 3224 N. Fitzhugh . . ... 526-9580 CLUB MAARS 1819 N. Henderson ....... . DELTA BATHS 2906 Pearl ......... 742-3269 DETOUR 3113 Live Oak ..... .. 823-0846 ENCORE 4615 McKinney ...... 526-9328 ENTRE' NUIT 3116 Live Oak . . . . . . ... GENE'S MUSIC BAR 307 S. Akard . ....... 742-0269 HIGHLAND LOUNGE 3018 Morningside ... . . 526-9551 METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 3834 Ross . . ........ 826-0291 NU!'.TIUS Dallas Office ...... . . 521-0218 THE RANCH 4117 Maple .....•... 526-9524 RONSUE'S 3236 McKinney ....... 526-9333 STUDIO 9 4817 Bryan . . . . . . . . . 823-044 7 THE SWINGER 2121 N. Field ....... 741-0700 T.J.'s 3307 McKinney .... . . 526-9368 VAPORS . 5334 Lemmon ....... 526-9214 VILLA FONTINA 1315 Skiles .. ....... 823-0372 WHERE THE BOYS ARE 4601 Maple . ........ 526-9263 ,._ .. .., ...... -------~------­--- FORT WORTH THE CAVE 304 Main at 3rd ...... 335-0675 HOUSTON 900 CLUB 900 Lovett ......... 528-8900 ADAM I THEATER 4816 Main ......... 529-0396 BA YOU LANDING 2020 Kipling ....... 526-8951 BELLAIRE NEWS 5807 Bellaire Blvd ... 665-9081 EXILE, The 1011 Bell .... . .... 226-8068 FARMHOUSE, The 3535 Westheimer .... 622-5942 GLASS STEIN 3207 Montrose ...... 528-8236 GOLD ROOM 2802 Austin ..... . . 226-9940 HI KAMP 3400 Travis ....... 528-9772 LaCAJA 1104 Tuam ........ 226-9125 LIVING ROOM, The 1818 So. Shepherd . .... 524-7156 MINT PARK THEATRE 2907 Main St .. . .... 528-5881 MONTROSE GAZE (Center) 504 Fairview ...... 528-9069 MR. FRIZBY'S (Bath) 3401 Milam ....... 523-8840 NUMBERS, The 1005 California . . .. 528- 8460 NUNTIUS/OUR COMMUNITY 4615 Mt. Vernon . 524-5612 PINK ELEPHANT 1218 Leeland . . . 226-9037 RED ROOM 612 Hadley . . ..... 226-8242 ROARING 60's 2305 S. Shepherd ... 528-9430 STORYBOOK, The 1;.112 West Alabama ... 528-8141 SWINGER (Bookstore) 3207 1/ 2 Montrose . . . 528-9655 art cinema theatre 6140 Village Parkway ... 528-8186 _.. .:-.;~.­~ ·=..- ..-.-=...·- .-..-- ­.-. ·. --.=.-.- -~~ --Ii~i ~- c:, > -< 0 C: r- >z -C, z G) :I: 0 C: V) ~ 0 z c!;NUNCZ: !!l§,MMUN: ~VO~L_UM-:""E~4~N~0~.~3---=-==:-====-:-:===~=~~M=AR~CH~l~97~3~HOUSTON, TEXAS
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