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Title The Nuntius Southwest, April 23-30, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date April 23, 1976-April 30, 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 ~~~ ) ) l t l ) I l t ) i I l t > I t > I I l t ) ) I l t t I I l t 11 I i t 111111 I 11 t I i ~,~ -~ OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK :-: ./ i4 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES ~ ACTION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON 524-5612 Houston's LARGEST 25t Movie Arcade! ,I . •• APRIL 23 - 30, 1976 .... ~~iiNTIIJS FREE Th., e, Southwest's OnlyW eekly Gay Newspaper . . ,\ ... FROM THE EDITOR After a hectic week with Fiesta in San Antonio, (Jli te a bit of rain and Clooding across the Southwest, it appears that things seem to be getting back to their "norma I" pace. Coming up on Saturday, May 8th, the Miss Gay Arkansas Committee presents tie Miss Gay SOI.th Pageant in Hot ~rings. It should be quiteanevent with people flocking from all the surro1.11ding states for the big contest. Nwmi S.mms, the new Miss Gay Texas, will be' giving up her title as Miss Gey South after a year's reign. Over 3 0 entrants a re expected to try for the title and trip to Miss Gey America. Plans for Miss Gay America are steadily plowing forward. The P.lgeant will return to Ho11Ston a-gain this year on August 6,7, & 8. The Old Plantation which was re­cently the site of Miss Gay Texas ¥till also play host for the nation­al pageant Coming up on May 22nd, a Saturday night, a benefit show for tt-e New Miss Gay America Pag­eant wil I be held at the Encore. The I ist of notables performing ¥till be Norma Kristie, Miss Gay America 1972, Lady Baronessa, miss Gay America 1973, Shawn I.uis, Miss Gay America 1974, Miss Gay Texas 1976 Naomi Simms, the Old Plantation's Jen­nifer George, Ernestine, Donna Illy, Miss Gay Houston, Car­melitta, Miss Gay Dallas Alan Al­lison, Miss BaileySt. WherehoIBe, l<i.mberly Roberts, and thelistgoes on and on and ....... . The Old Plantation in Dal­las has begun construction of its new club. Opening date is about 60 days away. And what a better way to open than with MR. GAY TEXAS 1976! Look Cot more de-tails in the very near future. And down New Orleans way, well, what can I say. The Bour - bon Pw is still packing them in Ytith the ma;tfantasticlight show in the United States. After all, it came from London! So don't let the Parade pass you by. Stop in at 800 Bourbon St. and get in on all the happenings. Dir()' Sally's new sandwich shop is doing quite well. Serving some oft he best sandwiches around its ~ulariey at noon time and early evening is growing every day. Don't forget that 900 Lovett Blvd. is filled with offices and srops designed with YOU in mind. Ron Oruc Florist, C lothesCircuit, ED.' s Originals, and soon to come an adult book store. Stop by and check them out Don't forget that the Locker has afterhours every Friday and Saturday. &l forthoseofyoulook­ing for some place new to go after ngular hours - give it a try. The Old Plantation Houston ✓ Tii~ ~~->-­i'L~ a~lal1~~ii Page 2 HOUSTON 2020 Kipling * 522-2353 Sunday - Follies at 9:45 • $1 Cover Monday - NO COVER• 50f Bar Drinks & Beer• Pool Tournament Tuesday - HO COVER* 50f Bar Drinks & Beer* Tricycle Races Wednesday - Follies at 9:45 • $1 Cover * 60f Bar Drinks Thursday - NO COVER • 50f Bar Drinks & Beer Friday & Saturday - After Hours * $1 Cover DALLAS 5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff * 634-7110 SUNDAY · 60f BAR DRINKS MONDAY. 10f DRAFT BEER TUESDAY · 90f MARGATITTAS WEDNESDAY · 60f BAR DRINKS THURSDAY· CHAMPAGNE 50f A GLASS FRIDAY & SATURDAY. NO COVER AMARILLO 1005 North Filmore * 372-5081 SUNDAY - $1.50 COVER - BUFFET AND FREE DRAFT BEER 6-9:30 MONDAY - 10c D~AFT BEER WEDNESDAY - 60t BAR DRINKS TUESDAY - 90c MARGARITTAS THURSDAY - POOL TOURNAMENT FRIDAY & SATURDAY - $1 COVER EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH 1 to 3 p.m. EL PASO THE PET SHOP 800 E. San Antonio * 532-9721 EL PASO'S ONLY DISCO WITH LIQUOR EVERY SUNDAY. BEER BUST• SHOW• BUFFET has new new events happening. First, there's NO cover Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights with 5~ bar drinks and beer. Mon­day nights also has a pool tourn­arrent and on Tuesday, well, for all you racing fans, there's the tricycle races. And don't for­get the Follies every Wednesday and Sunday at 9 :45. Rumor abounds that a new bar will soon be q>eni ng in A us tin. The word is oot and around, rut no confirmation has yet been re­ceived. I.Dok for official noti­fication in the next few weeks. 'Iii next week, PARDON OUR MISTAKE In ow- story last week on the Miss Gay Texas Pageant, we rEported Janet as 1st runner-up and Alan Allison as 2nd rumer­up. This was erroneoIB. Alan is the 1st runner-up and Janet is tt-e 2nd runner-I.I). Bobby'• of H9uston "<::f h, 5hi1I Shop n/ 51(,mttns/' 519 W. ALA.BAIU. • P.O. UOX J ST-68 7'7019 aOtlftOlf, TU. The NUNTIUS Southwest is published weekly in Houston, Texas at 4615 Mt. Vernon, Hou­ston, Texas 77006, (713) 527- 9850 or 526-9503. The offhcial 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 the name or photograph of any person or organization in articles or advertising in the Nuntius is no indication of the sexual orien­tation of such persons or organ­izations. Submission of doubled spaced, typed manuscripts, as well as drawings and photographs, is en­couraged. Unused material will be promptly returned (please en­close a self addressed stamped envelope with correct postage) . The Nuntius does not assume re­sponsibility for unsolicited mater­ial. Advertising rates upon re­quest. editor ..................... ............. . met plummer staff editor ....................... . t. g. pretender staff writer ....................... . jonathan edwards I· * * * * * MISS GAY ARKANSAS COMMITTEE PRESENTS THE Miss Gay South Pageant * * * * * 'Saturday, May 8, 1976 - VAPORS THEATRE RESTAURANT - Hot Springs, Arkansas MISS GAY SOUTH- -- 1st Runner-Up - 2nd Runner-Up- * $1,000.00 Cash 500.00 Cash 250.00 Cash (*)Prize monies based on 30 entries COMPETITION IN Evening Gown - Interview Talent - OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY TO MISS GAY AMERICA - APPLICATION RETURN APPLICATION TO NAM ____________ _ ADDRESS ___________ _ PHON~------------ REPRESENTIN...._ ________ _ Norma Kristie P .O. Box 1751 Hot Springs, AR 71901 Aft.er 5:00 p.m. Call (501) 321-1990 $60.00 ENTRY FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS APPLICATION RULES: 1. CONTESTANTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER. 2. CONTEST OPEN TO ALL FEMALE IMPERSONATORS. 3. SILICONE OR HORMONE OR THOSE LJNDFRGOlf'IG TRF:AT­MENT TO CHANGE THEIR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER_ DEADLINE MAY 3, 1976 ''Legal Poppers'' Questioned t •":,.3, COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! ~A n If you need friends, new directions and dimensions in your life, you can find it here' For over the past year and a half. one of the most popu­lar sale items in bars, bou­t i(Jles, and th rough the mails has been what is known to many as ' 'legal poppers." Qie of the first on the mar­ket was Locker Room out of Cal­ifornia. Not being readily ava ii­able to a ll distributors, ot h­er br<11ds from a II parts of the country soon hit the market Two of these came from n Houston - first Bum/House, and then lldlet. These tw.o are right now in one of the most controversial battles around. The Depository Club in HJ ustm is located directly across the street from St. Anne's Catholic Church. Since its opening day, the cturch has rmnuvered to have the Gay es­tablishment closed. When the bar was cpened,' the front d. the building was lo­cated on the side street, Peck- · ham, instead of Westheimer. Thus, the first attempt at clos­~ the bar by the church was fciled. The front door of the Mole Illness "Male chauvinism'' is no longer merely a slogan of the feminist rrovement the term has become a certified psychiatric il- 1 ness. The Archives of General Psychiatry is out with a discus- - sion 6n male chauvinism, defining it as a neurotic sylTl)tom. In the Joirnal's words: "Male chau­vinism refers to a ... blind al ­legiance and simple minded devo­tion to one's maleness that is mixed with open or disguised belligerence toward women.'' · The Journal adds that male chauvinism is not just a male problem, however: itplaces part of too blame for the neurosis oo mothers who goad sons into chau­vinistic stances, and on wives who reinforce such behavior. Pentagon Banned (ZNS) In \\hat may be a first, the Pentagon has beenbanned from using any student facilities or re­cruiting on campus at San Diego State lbi versity on the grounds that the military discriminates against homosexuals. Military officials confirmed in San Dei.go that a reguiatioo of the Department of Defense forbids the recruiting of homosexuals. As a result, the student coun - cil, in a 24-4 vote, issued a de­cision denying the U.S. Military "ai -campus" status. That is, permission to use student bull d­ings and facilities. The student council sta tlld that it would enact a similiar ban against any group ooich discriminates against persons on the basis of race, creed, or sexualpreference. Page 4 bar was the allocated distance from the church. The church then hit the De­pository with the parking pr-0b­lem. For the first time they had a legitimate complaint. Be­cause of the popularity of the establishment, sufficient parking was not available. After a lmgthy discussion, the prob I em was resolved. Shortly afterwards, the bar was plagued by visits from the fire marshall. But this was al­so to no avail. The bar met al 1 fire regulations. After a recent remodel­~ of the facilicy, a boutique area was leased by C.J. •~ in<i opened shortly thereafter. Oie of !he. most popular items sold at the shop is what has cur.ie to be known as "legal poppers". At this time, St. Anne's is in the proce'is of CW ng a sli. t with the Texas A lcuholic Beverage Commission that ltll illegal substance is being SQld in the Depository. The ljgalicy of tr.ese "legal poppers" has been· ·pro- HETEROSEXUAL THINKING PROHIBITED .,., W...._ Nothing to lose - everything to gain! The Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection 1214Joe Annie t P.O. Box 13731 t Houston, Texas 77019 Sunday Services 11am & 7:30pm t Rev. Robert M. Falls, Pastor Phone ( 713) 526-8233 vm across the United States and the maj)ri cy of the products have Fm. patents or patents pending on their formula. What basically appears to be the case, is not that the pro­dirt is being sold, but the fact that a horrosexual establishment exists directly across from the church. But what does have an i.nportant bearing is that the Tex­as Alcoholic Beverage Commis­sion does have absolute ruling in too state and may determine the future of "legal poppers'' in bars; whether or oot these items will be available in bars <r will become a book store item. As of press time, the at- . t<rneys were meeting and no def­irite decision had been reached. A c <mplete follow III story will caitinue next week. llvNT111s The Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper Comes To You In_ A Special Monthly Edition! Keep current on die llltest news, events, PLUS hun4reds of Gay personals! For a s11mple copy, send $1.00 NUNTIUS 461S Mt. Vernon Houat• Teaa 77006 A newly published book reveals that many of the success­fli ideas behind the McDonald's hamburger chain have been hatched in an unusual thili<; tank at McD:>nald's corporate head­q1.0. rte rs in Oak Park, Illinois. 11111111111 -· RANDY & J.J.'s 2110 Lexington Houston 713/ 521..:.9111 The name of the new book is Big Mac, written by Max .tloas and Steve Chain. The authors state that the McDonald's oorld-wide headq1.0.rters is an II story build­ing in Oak Park, known as "Ham­burger Central.'' ••••••••••• They report that c OITl)a ny employees are enco urag~d to oc - casionally visit a think tank in the building, a special room fea­tu rn g not only a nine-foot water - bed, but also a device that pro - jects a thinker's brainwaves on­to a 'l'tllll screen. AccordiJ:l: to Boas and Chain, male and female employees of McDonald's are encouraged to at­tend the tink tank, "but never at tne sametime." The authors ex­plain "heterosexual thinking is s trid ly prohibited." McDonald's also operates a full time hamburger college for future chefs of the Golden Arches. The college awards its graduates B H. 's and MH .' s - - Bachelors or Masters of Hamburgerology. Bobby'• of Howton "';Iii, .Shitt Slw,, o/ ~ose" 11ew.ALA&U1A • P.0.BOJ[l ■HI .,.,..,. TT019 Tlis week's Cover Boy is David. David works at the Loft, one of HIQSton 's oldest "newest'' bars. APARTMENT CLEANING SERVICE Specioliz.ing in Cleaning Services for the Des er in inating Male Reasonable Rates 214/ 350-7120 .......... ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Make peace or partnership over­tures to a likely candidate for col­laboration. Acquire accessori es and re fine personal or artistic techniques. Play a hunch this we~. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): You can be quite resourceful now with a salvage project or in util­izing things others have discarded. Take note of a concept 1hat could add .)ears to y0ur life. GEMINI (May 21 - June 21): KeEP a few j11111>s ahead of corn­peti urs who may have designs on ywr job. The early part of the week aim; in the promulgation of new lechniques, but clearthern with the boss first. CANCER (Jmte 22 - July 23): Developments impend involving frifllds, gro1.11 activities. · Focus on what's best for. all The on­cornir~ lunation provides means and incentive for fulfilling a wish . LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): To get things done, you may have to awly extra pressure or per­s usasion. Use discretim in se­lection of personnel. Unforseen events may trigger a health prob­lem. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): Be a good listener. You may hear something you can turn to your advantage. This is an im­portant v.eek for students. A com­munication from a distance is pro­bable. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): You may have to make an ex - change or give a refund. Read the fine print in contracts. lis - ten to others; you can discover vahable information. Give a con­fi< enc e. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): Try to get things moving at a greater speed; sluggishness can be overcome by using force. Peo­ple respect you now for being an active, forthright individual. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): Some new technique or tool can be valuable at work or play. Look for newways ofdoingroutinethings In purchasing, be sure to buy the most rrodern model. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Some problems could be experi­enced where friends and ac (Jlain­ta nces are concerned. Unusual i ndhiduals tend to come to the fore. Avoid being overly zealous. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19)' Try to envision an ideal situation; then await clues as how to bring it to fulfillment. This week's hunches could be prophetic. Give outside activities a larger play . PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20): Group activities are stimulating, bit may involve risk of discord or dissension. Use your influ­ence constructively where friends are concerned. Love is fickle. Having opened at 450 the­atres across the country lastFri­da, y, Alfred Hitchcock's Family Pk>t _proved to be sornew hat dis­aw<> inting. The film stars Karen Black , Br uce Dern, and Bar bara Harris. All past Hitchcock's films have a lways been laced wi1h mys­tery and suspense and that one big element of surprise. But for scrne reason Family Plot does ncx Ii ve up to the Hite hcock narn e. The fil rn has all the wit of Rhoda and the style of a Walt llsney movie with Kurt lbJ ssell 'The film from beginning to end was a pure waste. Within the first hour and a half you have already figured out the plot and why? And you still IBve 40 min-utes of film left to see. As in all previous Hitch - cock films such as Frenzy, Mar­nie, and The Birds , Hitchcock makes you strive on the fact that you can't figure out the plot unti I the last five minutes. Unfortunately, Family Plot never corn es close lot hat farno us Hitchcock trademark of mystery and intrigue. I wish I cruld give you more details on the pl t>t, but that wouldn 't be fair. T he film does contain a minimum arno unt of intrigue, and any synopsis from me wotid give away what little plot there is. One last word on Family Pk>t, Barbara Har ris' perfor­mance is magnificent and defi­nie Jy the highlight of the film. PENNY'S P~ADISE 807 N. Chapparall Corpus Owlatl, Texas (512) 882-G046 Louisiana at Elgin • 528-9485 Houston's Only Gay Owned and Operated Theater Pap S Dear Readers: I have continually been re - ceiving inquiries about the codes used in the "classified ads'' and also aboti the "colored handker­chiefs" worn in the back pockets seen at the bars around town. I have previwsly run both of these items in· my column before. But dill to the demands of the mail, hEre they are one more time. b/d - bondage & discipline s/rn - sadism & masochism ac/dc - can perform sexually with either sex bi - same as ac/dc va-sati.Je -instraightadscan mean the same as ac/dc. In gay ads it U!llally means can perform "fem" or' 'btich" French active - performs oral sex on partner French passive - receives orals ex from partner Greek active - performs anal sex on partner Greek passive - you guessed it! Ronan - orgies and group sex acti viies stra~ht - male - female sex only water sports - enemas gdden showers - urinating on a p1rson TV - television or a person eho ...... elJioys weari~ the clothes of the "' ow os ite sex t<&-s - sex aids, vibrators, dil­dres , etc. p .... , vqreur - persons that like towatch sec JO - jack off, masturbation w/m - white male clicken - usually a young sex partner, age can vary from person topersm fan - Greek passive luch - Greek active SASE - self addressed stamped e1Yelope ff - fist fucking red handkerchief - left back poc­ket - lil:e fist fucking active; right back pocket - ff passive green - left - hustler selling; right - lil:e marines or g.i 's om~e - either pocket - anything, ar&'time .-y blue - left - Greek active; right - Greek passive ydlow - left - golden shower ac­tive; right - golden shower pas­sive bmW1 - left - likes to dedecat.e 0/1 someone; right - ugh! bladl - left - s/m; right - b/d Aunt Sofa answers questions week­ly in the Nuntius. H you nave any questions or comments for Aunt Sofa, please write Aunt Sofa, c/o Nuntius , 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006. JU>VERI\SEI FIND A FRIEND 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 IAONEY ORDER TO: PLACE YOUR OWN AD USING ;THIS FORM !!! All "Personal Ads" in the Nuntius are listed free of chage. No FREE ad is printed with telephone number or address. All ads are coded by number and run in the weekly Nun­tius and monthly Nuntius until fur­ther notice from the advertiser or u, I three (3) written complaints I 01 ,wt answering replies are re­ct.~ ed. "Personal Ads" with telephone numbers and/or addresses maybe purchased by the week in the weekly Nuntius. Space may be purchased at 10¢ per word, $2.00 minimum. He re •ny ad with/without photo(s) I, th ' "dersigned, hereby repre­st , ,t I am not a minor, that the photo(s) (if photo is included) is an actual 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. ED ,S INFORMATION IS FOR OUR , , ~ES AND WILL NOT BE PUB­LISHED: Nome Address City State Zip ----., ~ .;=---~--- Phone Mail to Nuntius 46 15 Mt Vernon Houston. Texas 77006 r .ulTIIII CLASSIFIED SECTION ANSWER A CONFIDENTIAL AD Address an envelope to us at the address shown below; inside, place an unaddressed BLANK en­velope with the CODE NUMBER on the top right-hand side of ·the envelope (which should be sealed) and enclose a 10t stamp and $1. for each letter you wish forward-ed, MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon .__Hou:iton, Tp~s 770_06 personals B-403 KILL~N White, gay, male, 6'1", 185#, would like to hear from and be frimd or lover to gay male, white or Oriental, 18-30. I am 24 years old My hobbies are swimming, reading, bowling. No fats or fems. B-405 Dallas White male, 130#, 5'11", blonde, attractive, Greek pa;sive. Like masculine gays or bi guys 25-50. White, Yoell hung, no s/m. Discretion i!Tl}ortant. A!!ll photo . Am free most days r - Dal las area. R10to returned up­on request. Not much on bars. G-147 Baytowt Young white female, 26, seeking fema !es to teach me the finer ways of life. Am married, tave family, but pre­fer a gentle gal to teach me. I tave someexperienceswithgays, bit not very good ones. I need a gmd teacher that does not mind me being married or ha vi~ a fam­ily. Am very passionate, love long erotic sessions, am usually very h<rny. Enj~ some drinking, oc­ca. ional smdrn, and love French very much. Please teach me as I'm a very willing student. No men, only sincere gals answer. G-146 Houstm Female, 23, 5'3", Mshes to hear from women of similiar age. No men! En­joy treating a ooman as a woman. Heavy set, butch. All serious in­qtiries with photo and phone an­sYoered same day. Bi's okay. B-406 Hooston Trim and ha_nd­scrne, sincerewhitedude,26, 5'5' ', 125#, clean cut, bro\\11 hair and e;ies, masculine, seeks slim, mas­cu. ine, goodlooking white dude, wel I endowed, to age 37. ~ ncere, un:lerstanding, and sensitive for Iii! time relationship. Friendship co111ts most. Sexually, I like mut­ual JO, nudism, exhibitionism, & nb-downswithoil. Nofats, fems, ha ries, hippies, drugs, s/m, b/d, or married bi-guys. Honest reply with phone #. Please. I have no plune. B - 369 Houston Bisexual, gay wants to meet versatile and im­aginative persons of either sex, and couples for enjoyment inporno picture laking withpolaroidcam­e ra j.tst for fun and pleasure. Yqu can have any kind of pic­ture in any pose you want! B - 370 Austin White male cou­ple, mid 20' s, wants to meet other s miliar co14>les/singlesO to I, not group) for immediate action. Lo~ing for average looking mas­culine guys, but possible special consideration for beards, Chi­canos, smoke. Us: 5' 8", 1.35#; dam curly hair, moustache, hairy; and 6', 160#, light hair, not hairy. Both warmfrimdly, average looks, plus. Usually Greek/ Frenchacti ve passive. Goal - a good time had by all without unwanted ties, but not ruling out possible friendship. Casual but not superficial. Photo and leyyer a must. We/one will respond immediately with letter and photo. B - 371 Houston White male, 38, 6', 220#, black hair, brown eyes, Yoell endowed - tired of bar scene - looking for roommate and lover (son-father lover relation­ship) into all phases of sex. Pre­fer blondes or Spanish younger males 18-28. Serious only. B-36'1 Houston Youngw/m,good-· looking, 155#, 5'10", good body, nicely hung. Wants to meet the same for daytime sex. Come over and swim. Am Greek active, French passive and active, and en­joy .X) scenes. Letters with pho­to and phone get fastest replies. B-365 Houston WANTED: In­telligent, slim male (18 - 28 yrs.) who would be interested in shar-­ing advmtures and ideas and pos­sibly becoming lovers. Must be self suR)()rting. I am a college graduate,~. 6', slim, brownhair, blue eyed male. NO S/M. B - 366 Hruston Male models wanted. Agel8 -21. Prefer smooth bodies and must be well hullg. Please answer with photo, if pos­sible, and phone. B - 367 Houston Black male, 24, black curly hair, hairy body, 6', !Ill#, would love to meet guys who are Greek active, and en­joy French. Must be 18-35 and well hmg, Mth a clean body. Please hurry, action needed im­mediately. Cluck, met you 2 weeks ago in Memorial Park. You S.O.B. - get cleaned up! B-391 Arlii.:ton I would like to rreet cowboys from Texas or Okliiloma, 21-40. No HP. or G.Q. OR M.S. White only. I am white, 29, and like to ha,v e fun. B-402 Houston Gay-w/m, living in Houston enjoying bottom role wih toys seeks person(s) who en­joy taking pictures /movies for their own collection. No fee. I just enjoy the trip of someone taking pictures/movies! B-384 AUSTIN Male student from Asia, 24, good looking, mi­ry body, interested in meeting gay males in A us tin (prefer UT). I want to learn all styles of gay lo.e in this cruntry. I can be active, or preferably, active and passive. I am lo~i ng for slim males, under 25, and if possi­ble, dark colors (Latins, Indians, etc., but not Black). Definite pri­ority for those who write soon with phone/photo. I am in a h ur­ry. B - 372 Dallas Best boyish good looking w/m 20 yrs., 5'8", 123#, in for a good time. If you are ti red of the bar scme write for a unique time. No s/m, fits, or fem;. Reimburse for reply. hto smoke. Please send photo. B-373 Dallas Wanted butch lover who is sincere, who wants !llmeone, who does not cheat, trick OJ his lover. I am 5'4' ', blue ey-es, brown hair, 2 9 yrs. Lover nust be from 5'10" to 6'4 ". Must wrnt to make a home. Send photo. Will answer all letters. If not sincere don't answer. Mlaes 21 to 30 - this is for good, not just a few rmnths. No fats, freaks, ors /m. B-396 Houston White male, 28, 57", 155#, brown hair and eyes, 1T11Stache, hairy chest, straight actmg, new to Houston, with lim­ited gay experience, seeks sincere affectionate males 20-40. Idesire a permanent relationship with scrneone who is likewise looking for an hon est, loyal, and totally sincere person. lhavevaried hob­by & sports interests and consid­er myself flexible in all areas. Please no ultra-femmes, TV, or s,,m. Otherwise, will answer & meet all. Discretion assured. Seid phone/address (and photo if possilie) and detailed letter. Please write . B-397 San Artonio Yomg white male, bi, 23, new to city. I am ready for action. 1.J:>oking for groups - any sex, couples, or sin­gles. I love all sex and am ready now so Clffl on. Love to travel so write from wtere ever you are. Photo and phone for sameday ser­vice. I am to please. Please write soon and lets get the ball gd~! B-390 Corpus Christi Need Help! Flnancial and in all other creative fields. This help will be used to get off the gromd an un:lergromd newspaper: The Devil's Advocate South Texas is ready. B-399 Hempstead, Tx. Bi­male looking for fun. Average bti Id, 6". Sia ves also welcome for an exciting time. B-400 San Antonio French, bi­male, 23, 6'1", 175#, curly black ha r, green eyes, good looking, olive complexion. Looking for bitch male lover and friend . Like to party (i.e. dancing). Affection­ate, not shy with lovers. Prefer athlltic, slim guys. No long term raati onship wanted. Will pro­vide an apartment for contacts. Please hurry, I'm lonely. 8-314 San Luis Obiapo, Calir. Prisooer, caucasion, 38, nofami ly, wil be released from Calif.prison in August. Will be settling in Tens. Need contact with sincere men llho caft relate to !onliness, accept friendship, and possibly a l)Ermenant one-toone relationship. Will answer all letters, but am look~ for sincere, mature, gay, male. B-375 Rosharon, Tx. Bi, white male, 6'2", 200#, 42, wants to meet and correspond with other males in south of Houston area.Fems ok. Must be clean and sincere. Likes hmtmg, fishing, ca!Tl}ing, and comtry music. Also would like to meet and exchange information on those with Kleinfelters Syn­drome. Photos welcome, but not a must. Especially interested in those with small endowment. B-376 COl]IUS Area W /m, 18, 5'9", 150#, blonde, blue eyes,good looking. I'm looking for gay guys preferably with moustache and/ or band, 18-.35, good looking, but.ch type. No s/m, fats. Will answer all Photo and phone answered first. Write soon. Am anxious to hear from "Mr. Right." B-391 Dalla_s FAT COCXS WANTED! A very young Dallas Spanish gay male age 19, 5'6' ' , 150#, would like to meet other gay w /m 35 to 50 with enormous fat and thick cocks to introduce me into Greek cu.lure, especially ones who are el()erienced and dominant. Length of cock unimportant. 0~ males who a re slim or hu.Sky or well built need reply. Other interests include French, photography, masturbation, vibra­tors, v.atersports , cum showers, threesomes and moresomes. Will consider meeting other males mer 35 if well hung . Seid photo of tool for proof and phone number. B-401 WACO Have met several terrific guys through this page and would like to meet others, masculine, solid types. I'm ver­s~: ile in and out of bed, w/ m, mid 30's, 5'8", compactl57#, trim beard/ moustache, certified USDA "hung.'' Tell me what you ex­pect, perhaps with photo , and I wil I reply by return mail. B-398 Hooston New in Hou ­ston from New York. Pisces , Mlrch 17th , fem, 5'8", 150#, 33. Looking for work in jewelry mak- ~ and repairing. Prefer worlt- ~ for bitch or bi- male. Also looking for mate. servi• ces WALLPAPERING AND PAINTING Free Estimates. References. Work Guaranteed. Call AL-ARD'S (713) 666-9780. employment B.e a Nuntius distributor in your cFity . or tow!I (exce_p_t Houston). or information call Mel Plummer {713) ?22-5609 or (713) 526-9503 or wnte: Mel Plummer Nuntius 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston Tx 77006 Page 7 DIRE~ORY ABIL.EHE BAR H 4001 Pine 472-0076 AMARILLO OLD PLANTATION 1005 N. 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