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Title The Nuntius Southwest, April 16-23, 1976
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  • Plummer, Mel
Date April 16, 1976-April 23, 1976
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 30351090
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
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Transcript ~'\ ~ I l ) t ) I I t t l I I l t ) I l l l I l t l I I l l l I I l t l I I l t l I I l t l I I l t I I ~,~ =~ OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK =-- 24 MOVIE BOOTHS 2 MINI THEATRES .._______·. ACTION BOOKSTORE 4613 MT. VERNON . 524-5612 Houston's · LARGEST 25t Movie Arcade! APRIL 16 - 23, 1976 FREE Bob Fournier Naomi Simms Mel Plummer Mgr. Old Plantation Miss Gay Texas Nuntius Editor The. Southwest's Only Weekly Gay Newspaper FROM THE EDITOR that big weekend in Hou­ston is now past and the big one for San Antonio is now set for FIESTA! Persons Cron not only Texas, but also the entire country will be flocking to the Alamo City for this yearly gathering. All bars will be filled beyond capacity and be the cruisiest ever. In Houston, the Ols Plantation will be having its annual Easter egg hunt will surprises and goodies for all. Some new events begin­ning at the OP will be the pool tournaments on Monday nights and the ever popular tricycle races on Tuesdays. On Sunday night, the Dep­ository in Houston will be having a drawing for a seven foot tall stuffed rabbit. A smaller version will be given away every hour that night. A ham and turkey buffet with all the trimmings will also be beginning at 8:30. Houston's E.D. Lloyd was a big hit as a special guest per­former at the Miss Texas Show. The ever popular performer has been off the stage the past few months and was a welcomed site. E.D. 's shop at 900 Lovett has been moved to a new location in the complex. It seems that his busi­ness has really picked up. Bobby'.s of Houston, the shirt shop just off Montrose, is really having some spectacular shirt sales every Saturday. New ship­ments arrive on Fridays, so Sat­urday is really a shopping day! City Printers at 4319 Mon­trose in Houston, is no longer just City Printers - it's now City Prin­ters and Typesetters. The print shop is now complete to handle most any need you have. One of the most popular films to ever play Houston - EROTIKUS, the History of the Gay Movie - has opened at the French Quarter for a week's run. El Paso's Pet Shop sent a fun filled crew to Houston this past weekend for all the activities. The Pet Shop is El Paso's only disco with liquor. The Old Plantation in Amarillo has an Easter buffet planned. It should be quite a feast Sunday af­ternoon. The Bourbon Pub in New Orleans has one of the most fan­tastic light shows ever now up­stairs in the Parade. The Pub and Parade are truly THE place to be when in New Orleans. Til next week, Bobby's of Houston "'3h, Shi1t Shop o/ 51fo,rhose" &18 W. ALA.BA.IU. • P. o. UOX 137.9 TTOOe 77019 aotrn'ON',. m. W~~GL~ i'~Aii~l'a!f~(;~ HOUSTON 2020 Kipling * 522-2353 Sunday• Follies at 9:45 p.m. * $1 Cover Monday. 25t¢ Bar Drinks * $1 Cover * Pool Tournament Tuesday - 10f Draft* $1 Cover* 25t¢ Bar Drinks Wednesday - Follies at 9:45 p.m. * $1 Cover* 60t¢ Bar Drinks Thursday . $1 Cover* 25f Bar Drinks Friday & Saturday• After Hours * $1 Cover Every Wednesday & Sunday the OLD PLANTATION FOLLIES featuring JENNIFER GEORGE, ERNESTINE, DONNA DAY, CARMELlTTA, and SPECIAL GUESTS weekly. Poge ,2 · DALLAS 5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff * 634~7110 SUNDAY - 60¢ BAR DRINKS MONDAY . 10¢ DRAFT BEER TUESDAY · 90¢ MARGATITTAS WEDNESDAY - 60¢ BAR DRINKS THURSDAY· CHAMPAGNE 50¢ 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 - 60c BAR DRINKS TUESDAY - 90c MARGARITTAS THURSDAY - POOL TOURNAMENT FRIDAY & ~ATURDAY -$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 DREAM COME TRUE A book that would be a rock groupie's dream was found by the owner of a gift shop in a Detroit hotel. The book in question was the personal telephone list of Ron Wood Rolling Stone reports that after Wood accidentally dropped it, the little brown book was recovered by a woman who happened to be a Frank Sinatra fan and didn't ap­preciate the private phone numbers inside. Among those whose unliste phone numbers were included were David Bowie, "Charlie h2o", an even a notation reading "Keith an Mick .. .in France." The book has been returned to Wood, and many o rock's biggest stars are said t be relieved. JIDYEAibfl FIND A FRIEND 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 perso~s 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 .................................. . mel plummer staff editor . ...................... . t. g. pretender staff writer ...................... .. jonathan edwards ck he )it a p­rs ed re nd is i­> Y t­rs m of 1y !S is 1- d, e- * * * * * MISS GAY ARKANSAS COMMITTEE PRESENTS THE Miss Gay South Pageant * * * * * 'Saturday, May 8, 1976 - VAPORS TH EA TR.E REST AU RANT - 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 ____________ _ P~ON ___________ _ REPRESENTIN~--------- Norma Kristie P.O. Box 1751 Hot Springs, AR 71901 After 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 UNDF.RGO!NG TRF.:AT­MENT TO CHANGE THEIR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS ARE NOT ALi...OWED TO ENTER. DEADLINE MAY 3, 1976 ..... , NAOMI SIMMS NEW MISS TEXAS This past weekend in Hou­ston, the Nuntius hosted the Miss Gay Texas Pageant before over­flowing crowds that were literally hanging from the rafters at the Old Plantation Club. A standing room only crowd appeared for both evenings of the Texas extravaganza to help cheer on their hometown favorites. Forty-one contestants came from all across the Lone Star State to try to capture the coveted title. This fourth annual event was perhaps the most successful and smoothly run pageant in its short history. Careful planning by Pag­eant Director Mel Plummer and the staff of the Old Plantation helped to bring off these two event filled nights. Contestants arrived for orien­tation at 11 a.m. Saturday and be­gan a long and trying two days with orientation. Shortly after­wards, the Old Plantation's Ernes-tine and Jennifer George hosted a cocktail party for Pageant partic­ipants. Preliminary judging in Sportswear and Gown began at 5 p.m. and opening ceremonies started at 8:30 with Talent Com­petition. Contestants returned Sunday to find out who the lucky ten semi­finalists were. At the same time the announcement of Houston's own Donna Day as Miss Congeniality was announced. The panel of 5 judges were then set to judge the top 10 over again in all categories. From the 10, the contestants were narrowed down to five - Erika Lane, Jes­sica Landa, Janet, Naomi Simms, and Alan Allison. These five then answered a personal interview question to determine the new Miss Gay Texas 1976. The panel of judges was headed by Miss Gay America Emeritus, Norma Kristie, and consisted of t ~-" _.,-~ dCimOeMnEsi onAsN inD y oSuErE li feF, OyoRu cYanO fUinRd SitE hLerFe!! Page 4 A ll If you need friends, new directions and .,,w, Nothing to lose - everything to gain' The Metropolitan Community Church of the Resurrection 1214 Joe 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 Mon.: 50c beer. Tues.: Movies. 7pm Sun.: Free beer bust. Wed.: Color or hat night, 1/,-price drinks. Sat.: Bar doubles Sl .25 1-Gpm. Mr. Jerry Menefee, owner of the Bourbon Pub in New Orleans, Mr. Larry Bell, a representative of the El Vaquero in Laredo, Ms. Har­la Kaplan, a fashion account ex­ecutive for a leading Houstion en­tertainment journal, and Mrs. Ann Johnston of Windsor Coffiures in Houston. After a long deliberation with the closest balloting ever, the judges made up their minds. First runner-up from Houston was Janet. Second runner-up from Dal­las, Alan Allison, and Miss Gay Texas 1976 - Naomi Simms. The Pageant was host by Arkansas' Tuna Starr, and Hou-. ston's Jennifer George andErnes­yine. {below) Naomi Simms is shown accepting the Miss Gay Texas 1976 trophy. Naomi is currently the reigning Miss Gay South, and Miss Jacksonville, Fla. She is also a former Miss Gay Louisiana. Nao­mi will give up her title of Miss Gay South on May 8th in Hot Sprincs Miss Gay America in Houston After a disappointing showing of support in Houston last year, in a surprise announcement during the Miss Texas Pageant, the Miss Gay America Pageant will return to Houston on August 6, 7, & 8. Due to a change of location at the last moment this past year, the national pageant suffered heavy financial losses when crowds did not materialize until the last night. Feeling that the cause for this was due to the location change and lack of publicity of it, the Miss Gay America Pageant will base it­self this year at the Old Plan­tation. Additional seating, a revamped stage, and 20 tons additional air conditioning has made the Houston site the best available. Over 50 contestants are ex­pected for this three day extrava­ganza. NAME: _______________ _ ADDRESS: ______________ _ CITY: _______________ _ STA TE: _________ 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 t..lONEY ORDER TO: Dear Aunt Sofa: Is there a special way to excite an uncircumcised man? I love oral sex but recently I went out with my first uncircumcised man and he didn't seem too turned on by what I was doing to him. ADVISE: · All men are created equal but different. You need toCmdoutfrom that particular person what be enjoys the most. Notallpeoplefind direct oral contact with the tip or their glans pleasurable, and some uncircumcised men prefer move­ment of the foreskin over the covered glans with the shaft held tight. The point is, that the tech­nique used depends on the giver and the recepient. U what you'd been. doinc bas excited most other men, then maybe the differen1;e is in the man's forehead, not his foreskin. Dear Aunt Sora: I'm different from the other guys. Most of my friends complain about never getting agoodorgasm. I am just the opposite - I can come between eight and twelve times with each trick. I'm just turned eighteen and have had three year's experience. Can I burn my­self out? ADVISE: Multiple orgasms won'tburnyou out - but guilt and self doubt will. Physiologically speaking, there is no apparent limit to the number of orgasms a person can have. Physi­cal exhaustion and desire, as well as your partner's stamina, usually dictate when to stop. Different people naturally have varyinc lev­els of sexual arousal. U many of your friends feel that they're fail­inc (whatever that means), ~ it can be a very lonely expenence for you to be "successful". How­ever there are no rules in sex and iove, and so "vive your dif­ference.'' Aunt Sofa answers questio1_1s week-ly in the Nuntius. If you nave any questions or comments for Aunt Sofa, please write Aunt Sofa, c/o Nuntius, 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston, Texas 77006. BvNT111s The Southwest's Only Weekly Goy Newspaper Comes To You In A Special Monthly Edition! Keep currenl on lhe lalesl news, evenls, PLUS hundreds of Gay p..e rsonals! For a sample copy, send Sl.00 NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon Houston, Texas 77006 ARIES (March 21 - April 20): A turnaround could be experienced where finances and shopping are concerned. Loved ones seem more impersonal than you would like. Differences are apparent. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Be· careful with business and per­sonal finances; don't let anyone put anything over on you. Cer­tain types of group activities should be regarded with suspicion. GEMINI (May 21 - June 21): This should be a good week for utilizing the talents of other people. A line of investigation can prove to be fruitful. Look for the silver lining. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): This is a good stable week - a time for making wise decisions. Matters concerning loved ones can be discussed with a clear mind, keen insight. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Keep your eyes and ears open this week; you can learn much from following the example of your peers. Others are more open to compromises and efforts to co­operate. VffiGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): You may have to be blunt where your mate or partner is concerned. Don't get into anything that seems the least bit dubious . Rumors can be spread too easily. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): You are feeling more introspective this week. There could be a chance to finish up a project or get some debris out of the way. Visit an invalided individual. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): Look out for delays and road­blocks; remove objects which might cause accidents. You may find value in a used item or an­tique. See that no one wants for anything. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): You may have to make an exchange or give a refund. Read the fine print i_n contracts. Listen to others; you can discover valu­able information. Give a confi­dence. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Toget things done you may have to apply extra pressure or persua­sion. Use discretion in selection of personnel. An 8navoidable acci­dent may trigger a health prob-lem. 9 )' AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. I Avoid arguments over money the first of the week; don't make too much out of slight disagreements. Communications are mixed up later on. Take a second direction. PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20): Something may come up to which you should give serious consid­eration. Get that comprehensin' mind of yours organized along communicative lines. Shop thrift­ily. Pop S FJ2l.E~<CJBI QUJT.A.El.~~ ALL MALE CINEMA FOR THE DISCRIMINATE GAY MALE a film by TObY ROSS ITS ALSO FUNNY CREATIVE. TIMELY ARTISTIC MOVING INFORMATIVE ANO MOST IMPORTANTLY VERY ENTERTAINING ITS All SERVED UP WITH TASTE STYLE ANO HUMOR WE LOVED EROTIKUS I THINK YOU Will TOO' FRAME FOR FRAME. IT CONTA~S MORE SEX THAN ANY GAY FILM EVER RELEASED IF THERE ARE ANY EMANCIPATED LADIES THEN THIS IS THE FLICK THEY SHOULD RUSH TO ACHIEVES MUCH MORE THAN JUST RUMMAGING THROUGH TH[ PAST FOR ENTERTAINMENTS SAKE AN ERA ANO A HALF ARE RECALLED WITH A LOT OF IMAGINATION FIN£ DOCUMENTARY LOADED WfTH SEX ANO WONOERFULL Y ENTERTAINING ' TH[ FILM TRACES TH£ COURSE Of HOMOSEXUAL FILMS RESULTING IN MOR[ SEX THAN ANY HUNDRED OTHER GAY FILMS THiS IS THE BEST SEX BARGAIN IN TOWN ' ALL AMERICAN BOYS Louisiana at Elgin • 528-9485 . Houston's Only Gay Owned and Operated Theater - -- ·-=-- ~ -:-"'- -.-..' _.-c- - - ~~ • - --:! ~F - Whatever your printing needs City Printers and Typesetters 4319 Montrose Blvd. Housto11 527-9850 PENNY'S PARADISE 807 N .. Chapparall Corpus Christi, Texas (S12) 882-0046 Ho_u·se . o/_., Scor _.io~ Bookstore * Arcade 706 ELGIN in HOUSTON FILMS BOOKS MAGAZINE-$ LEATHER & RUBBER GOODS 11 a.m . - r----'-_....,.u.=~ midnite i\ HOT 25 CENT MOVIE ARCADE Bobby'• of Howton ":fl,, l<;h;,t Sht,po/ ~-" ■le W. 4L&UJU. • P. 0. DOZ 187 •• 77ooe 7To1e IIOUftOlr,'J'U. You can find most anything ... KIKJ LEE 'S DR AGOONERY I\ lllf ( ,RF I I nm \\l;J ~LE I If \HkfT •1w2 ~r~rr.~RK onom JJ! 11t~1,nl'. ' r-.._.~ '-.... . uira•1tm1 ;.1n1rrrf!flllwt"Iiifl~ 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 10¢ stamp and $1. for each letter you wish forward-ed. MAIL TO: J NUNTIUS 4615 Mt. Vernon - Houston, 't'pas 770_06 personals G--10°7 · - · De~r' Pa.rk · ~ ·H"o~~t~~ housewife would like to meet local, cau, bi/gay, gri)s for fun, sex, pleasurable expenen~es and friendship. I'm new to bi ways, but eager. 5', 100, _34-24-34. Married but husband w1_ll be pre­sent only if desired. Will answer only those with photo and phone. Must be discreet. il-"2s1 ·H·o~sto~ ·y"o~~i. -i~ii i~k~ ing guy interested in meeting other guys who are in the levi scene. Photo and description will get you same. I am tryi11g to locate Danny Di­letto of Michigan. He has been seen recently in Houston. Any­one knowing hii, where abouts, please contact Mel Plummer at the NUNTIUS. ............ B-138 - San Antonio- Spanish, 27, 6', 190, brown hai~, hazel eyes fair complexion, shm. Loy­al a~d honest with a lot of love to give to someone that is eq~al­ly sincere and needs compamon­ship. Want guys 19-29. W~ite soon an I wit! contact you right away. San Antonio Area_ B-19'! Houston, w/m. 29, 6'. 220, b,own hair and eye1,, P :sr..:!~. Am .sclt employe<! and enjoy movie s . t~e~th•~· . dinint~ and iust !1fe 10 gt' " ' ,-ii.. Woul<! like lo me,,, w/m 18 '.lO, ~moo1h bndy with slim buiid who is Greek active and French passive and active. I enjoy gond company. Photo if possible. i1.'1ss . -. ne°ll~i~~ . _- "w i~,' i!i, 5'4" 130, wants to meet young peopi~, same age .or ne~r it, for Just Friends. Also inter­ested in finding an individual for More Than Just Friends. Photo would be helpfu 1 B-310 San Antonio W /m, fem, attractive, 21, nursing student seeks financially responsible dec­ent gentleman under 50, attractive for six six month friendship or possibly longer. No s/m. B-191 Dallas YOIDIC versatile stud 22, 6', 163, good looking- enjoys all aspects of sex. Will do any­thine for your wants and needs. Will naswer only 18-29. B-263 Houston Bi sexual male would like to make it with rich sugar daddies. I'm well endowed ex athlete, and sometime writer. actor, musican. • Would love to ring your particular chimes. Try me. 24. 5' 11", 185, 8" _ Do travel 8-264 Dallas w/m 24, dark brown ,air and eyes, tall and slim. I'm 1 professional craftsman and am mterested in music, art, literature rnd hiking. I would like to meet >ther attractive men, 31-35 who ire intelligent liberal minded and ,;ho would be interested in shar­ng adventures and ideas. I would >e interested to know about you and your background, interests and activities, also a good description of yourself. B-318 Dallas W /m 24, blonde, blue eyes, 5'9", 150, would like to meet young w/m 20-30. Nice looking and interested in antiques that are period arid design. No s/m or fems. Discretion always Fond of dark hair w/ m_ May con­sider room mate with or without B-293 Houston W /m 28, considered good looking, would like to mt•et Greek active males betwee-n 18-:!1 Prefer smooth bodies and well hung. Plesjl send photo and phone if possible. B-294 Ft Worth 6'3", 185, brown hair, hazel eyes, Well built con­sidered very handsome, enjoys basketball, football, tennis, swim­ming, hockey. Lookmg for boU1 friend or lover. Send photo if possible. Would like to meet gay guys in all Texas. Please write Will answer all. B-342 Laredo Bi sexual good look­ing university dude 26, 5'11" , 160, 8 1/ 2" makes good escort to theatre, dinner etc. Well built dark brown eyes and hair would like to meet other guys from same area or write to others. Send photo in the raw, no drugs. fems freaks or s/m. Please your hon­esty gets my foto and quick re­ply. servi• ces WALLPAPERING AND PAINTING Free Estimates. References. Work Guaranteed. Call AL-ARD'S (713) 666-9780. mi• sc. In addition to Left Handed (the best reviewed film of the year) Hijnd In Hand Films is now reieasmg the best scenes from Drive, Adam& Yves The Erotic Films of Peter De Rome, The Night Before1 Everything Goes and Good Hot Stuff. Over 18? Write for brochure Please. enclose SASE. Hand In Hand Films, D~pt AD 1, 1697 Broadway, N.Y. , N.Y. 10019 employment Be a Nuntius distributor in your city or town - (except Houston). For information call Mel Plummer ·(713) 522-5609 or (713) 526-91;03 or write: Mel Plummer Nuntius 4615 Mt. Vernon, Houston Tx 77006 bonds. ------------------------------- B-319 Dallas Love to watch you J/O in person or film or pictures Turn me on! Also Greek active French passive. Send SASE for reply and fun literature. I'm wait- • ing. I'm blonde, blue eyes, rel­atively smooth and rather hung. You could do a lot worse. B-320 El Paso New to area 23, 6'2", 190, brown hair, blue eyes interested in meeting hairy and hung dudes throughout the south­west for hot and horny times. Especially construction workers, jocks, G.I. 's. Can travel. Into French, Greek, Roman and light s/m with right person. Not in­terested in serious affair, just hunky sex. If interested reply with photo and phone so we can get it on. B-321 Houston Experienced mas­ter wanted. I'm new to area, new to gay scene and am seeking an intelligent, good looking well built individual who can lead me into light s/m, b/d and hot sex. Pre­fer slim athletic types 20-30 who are strong, confident and masc­uline. I'm a bi male 22, 6', 165 attractive, brown hair and mous­tache and very athletic. Please s.en.d. p.ho.to.. ..... .. . B-331 Houston Black model 22, 6', 170, well hung, versatile, hot to go will travel, free most any­time. Write me now! B-298 Dallas I'm 6'1 " , 19, 155, blonde, fairly attractive, very st­able, dependable. tired of bar sc ­ene. looking for friends or lover. Seeking someone to share my life with. who is handsome, butch, good build, who loves sex and just liv­ing life happily, content with the person you love. Like quiet eve­nings alone with each other. Have been hurt when I fell in love, so. please be sincere all answered_ .Se.n.d .p.h.ot.os., .ad.d.r.es. s. .o r phone. ' ..... 13-301 El Paso Two young guys looking for some out of town act­ion. Have roomy apartment will share for week end with right person. We are both 24. w/m, and enjoy active/ passive French and Greek. Also into theater. music. art, if passing through our area we promise to sho\\ you a good time (in more ways than one). No fems . fats. s/m or drugs Will answer all that reply with revealing photo and phone. 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, 1 three (3) written complaints 01 ,1ot answering replies are re­ce, ved. "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. Hert' - my ad with/withoutphoto(s) I, th mdersigned, 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 r I ~ES AND WILL NOT BE PUB­LISHED: Name Address City State Zip ------ ~-- -~·••Cft;- - Phone Mail ta Nuntius 4615 Mt Vernon Houston. Texas 77006 ABILENE ll\H H -HlOt Pine 472 007'1 AMARILLO I'll ' 1'1 \\T \TIO\ 1011 , , mtirt.• :l7:!-0:!52 PAL'S 717 W. Ith 372-0711 SKYLINE 1507 w. 10th 372-01 82 AUST»-1 Bors APARTMENT 28~8 Rio Grande ,\ l -;TIN COlJNTRY 6011 E. 7th 472-0418 PE.\RL ST. WAREHOUSE 1720 La \aca 478-0176 Organizat ions \l'STJN INDEPENDENT c mtMlJNIT\ CIJl 1RCII 408 W. 23rd Al'STIN LESBL\N OHGANIZATION BOOKSTORE 2002 1/ 2 Guada lupe GAY/ TEXAS (ll .T . STUDENTS) 2330 Guadalupe G.AY COMMUNITY SERVICES 2330 Guadalupe HOTLINE 477-6699 CORPUS CHRISTI .101 LY JACK 411 Peoples 882-0254 PE\ NY'S PARADISE 807 N. Chapparall 882-0046 DALLAS Ben ACTW 3115 Live Oak BA YOU LANDING 2609 N. Pearl 742-3269 BON SOIR 4527 Cole 526-9432 CHEZ LESLIE 4548 McKinney 526-8063 CHUCK'S 3019 Haskell 526- 9329 CREWS INN 3229 N. Fitzhugh ENCORE . 4516 McKinney 526-9328 ENTRE NUIT 3116 Live Oak HIGHLAND 3018 Monticello 526- 9551 OLD PLANTATION 5450 Denton Dr. Cutoff at Maple 634-7110 \'E BRANCH SALOON ' -~ McKinney 824-0921 ':>: WAY INN ,q N. Fitzhugh 824- 9227 \IROD , N. Fitzhugh 526- 9110 .DANCE KIDS 1025 Maple 526-9173 AMPTRASH t4 Throckmorton 526-9184 RRY'S RANCH 18 Maple 526-9524 l.'S 17 McKinney ,LA FONTANA ,5 Skiles Baths •;.,\t chelors quarters 25 Skiles ,UB DALLAS _ ,16 Swiss Ave. 821 - 1990 Bookstores • · E COPENHAGEN _ JO Knight at Maple 526-9347 Theaters •NE 16 ,15 Bryan Organi zations ~ Y LINE/COMMUNITY .,ESOURCES CENTER (214) 2414118 EL PASO PARTMENT 5 Myrtle ,UB P IGALLE I E. Franklin £ MILORD 16 Magoffin ET SHOP 10 E . San Antonio 532- 9721 1'11E MACHINE J7 E. San Antonio 532-0820 Page 8 FT.WORTH BAILEY ST. \llll•:1n:11cH·s ~: •;9 Baile; St. :l:J5 0232 TIIEH PL\('E 026 W. Lanca,te r 335- 0586 1!EGENCY 1812 Jlemphill 927- 9416 r.J.'S BACK DOOi! 536 ,Ja,boro Jlw) . 624 -0603 00 CLl'B 06 \I . Magno I ia 335-0692 51 CLl'B ,;51 S. Jennings 332-0745 GALVESTON Bors H.\RS llO l.1'111\ HOO\1 Seawall Hotel MotL•I 1702 St.•awall Bhd i-ON TIKI 1H 23rd St. 763-9031 FRUIT JAR 121-1 Me<:hanit· 76:J - 63 19 \IAHY'S II ·,502 Ave. Q I '2 iWBEH1"S L,\rlTH: -109 Hoifrnbcrg 763- !1507 Baths KON Tli-1 BATHS 120 23rd St. 763-4700 HOOSTOH Bors BRIAR PATCH 1294 W. Holcombe 665-9678 DEPO$ITORY 1606 Peckham at Westheime r ,27-0260 >ETOUR 504 Westheimer 528- 9552 IIRTY SALLY'S •00 Lovett 528-8900 ,:xILE , 017 Bell 226-8068 f'ARMHOUSE FILLING STATION 1801 Richmond 528-8523 ',ALLEON !720 Richmond 528-8787 11 LITE (RANCH) il00 S. Main 528-8048 INSIDE/OUTSIDE 1813 Westheimer 528- 8049 JUST MARION & LYNN'S 818 Fairview 528-9110 LAMP POST 2417 Times 528-8921 LAZY J 302 Tuam 528-8364 LOCKER 1732 Westheimer 528-8844 MARY'S 1022 Westheimer 528-8851 NUMBERS 1005 California 528- 8460 OLD PLANTATION 2020 Kipling 522-2353 PINK ELEPHANT 1218 Leela nd 226-8871 R.G. GRUNTS 2400 Brazos 528-6837 SECOND SUN 534 Westheimer 524- 1225 SURF 2909 S. Main 528-9337 URSULA'S 1512 W. Alabama 527-0734 \ 'ENTURE-N 2923 S. Main 528-9397 Baths ,UB HOUSTON 05 Fannin 659-4998 R. FRIZBY'S 01 Milam 523-8840 Bookstores : TION NEWS 13 Mt. Ve rnon 524- 5612 JONIS NEWS 09 Hollister 462-8171 JULTZ I 8 W. Alabama 524-8718 )ULTZ II 21 W. Holcombe 666-2426 ::LLAIRE BOOK STORE 07 Bellaire 661 -8840 NERS NEWS 0 Westheime r 526-8950 \SLIGHT BOOK STORE 19 Bellaire 665- 9595 )!JSE OF SCORPIO 6 Elgin -'\IN ST. NEWS , ,18 S. Main 528-9693 ~ \L TY DOG NEWS 2005 S. Shepherd 528-8425 Organizations t ;\\ If Tl\ l~T~ \l.1.1\\(' r' Ho\ --t-11 l nl\. l°L' llll'L l of ll ,49 - 3489 IGNITY HOllSTON ox 66821. 77006 !6- :J276 or 524-5387 ~ Y POLITICAL CAl!CllS )20 Montrose suite 245 !6-2668 ETROPOLlTAN COMMllt\11'\ HURCI! ! I 4 Joe Annie 526-8233 Businesses AH MEN BOUTIQUE 202Q~ipling 528-2853 \II MEN CLOTHES xns Wes theime r !524-D337 \LGHEN PHOTOGHAPIIY 11 Boston JBBY'S OF HOl'STON 9 W. Alabama C.J.'S BOUTIQUE 2606 P eckham 524-93~7 CIT\ PHINTF:HS 1319 '.lontrose 527-9850 C' l.OTHES Cll{Cl'IT 900 Lovell 523-6131 DEL MONTE WASHATERL\ Delmonte uff \'oss F:. D. ·, ORIGINALS 900 Lovell #I 04 EGOS RY EllDIE 507 Westh~1mer 522-4555 KIKI LEE'S DRAGOONERY :,102 Westpark f332 789- 0591 K. KI.EANING SERVICE 9 -9877 · ROI\ ;,, U.< , .. t., ,lllST ·0 Lovett no2 5'26-0525 INTll 'S , 15 Mt. Vernon 522-5609 "CHMOND LIQUOR MART 25 Richmond 527-9649 Theaters 'RLNCH QUARTERS 201 Louis ia na at Elgin 5280 918.; IINIPARK 907 Main 528- 5881 Restaurants ' " OIAS ·acific 527-0818 ER'S Westheime r 524- 9327 KILLEEN Bars ROYAL SKYLARK CLUB Old Hwy 191 South Bookstores RED FRONT BOOK STORE 221 East Ave. D 526-7522 LAREDO Bors EL VAQn:no 1802 Sctnta ll ,·~ula 722-8971 Bookstores GALLERIA BOOK STORE 4218 San Bornordo LUBBOCK DAVID'S WAHEIIOl 'SE 2403 Marshall 762-9165 MC ALLEN DllFFY 'S , S. 16th 686- 9 144 HEW ORLEANS Bors \BB~:y 1123 De<·atur \ ~!TA'S 5 H l 1 r s ulines ANNEX 740 Burgund) 1\0~ \P-\l!TE'S llETl!E,\T •Olli i':. Det:a tur ROl'HBON Pl1B 801 Bourbon St. 523- 9720 BRADY'S 700 N. Rampa rt RlillGlJNDY HOUSE 704 Burgund) FINALE II 624 N. Rampart <,ALLEY HOUSE H2 Chartres St. GOLDEN LANTERN 1239 Royal SI. MARTI'S I 041 Dumaine PETE'S 800 800 Bourbon St. POST OFFICE 540 St. Louis TRAVIS' 834 N. Rampart 581-9748 UNISEX 120 Bour Baths CANAL BATHS 512 Gravier CLUB NEW ORLEANS 5 12 Toulouse St. ODESSA Bors THE GAP 205 E. 8th 337-9433 si-\ I.ITE 4 15 N .. Ja«:kson :J:Ji - 9!")i5 Bookstores B&I. BOOKSTORE :! 1-1 N. Grant :J:37 - 6871 SAN ANTONIO Bors EL JAHDl 'li l06 Navarro 223-7177 EL SAFARI Hwy 81 623-9812 HIJJEAWAY 826 San Pedro II\' l'OTll ~:sts fr°J\IJ1!~~l.~ld¥ia,\ 225 Oli!l;J 309 W. Mark,•t 22;1- 08ti6 MM!Y El. LEYS 8 1;, F rt.'dcrkk-..burJ.: ltd. i:l:! - (J:JHI ONE l'E:-..'I:\ l'l 'B 1006 \\ ur,ba<"k fi96 -!IIXI l!IIAl'S(Jll\' 115 \\ . Hapsod~ Dr. S \ GITTAllll 'S 3000 N. St. Ma r)S 222-82,3 SAN ANTONIO Cot ~TH\ 1122 N. St. ~tarys 2l2-82, :l SPANISH HARLEM 349 W. J osephine SUNDOWN' SALOON ~503 Lakewood 648-9991 7.00 CLUB 3240 N. w. L<Hlp ~IO 342-9029 Bookstores 1;,\LLt:HI \ n o oi- STOHE 1014 s. w. ~ilitary 923-999~ GALLERIA BOOK STORE. 6724 San Pedro 826- 9223 WACO OTHER END 2810 N. 19th 753- 9195 WIOtlTA FALLS CAROUSF:L 703 T ravis 322-0832 LE PISOIRE 608 8th 322-0920 Miss Gay Soath Pageant * * * * * Satunloy, May 8, 1976 - VAPORS THEATRE RESTAURA"JT - Hot Springs, Arkansas MISS GAY SOUTH lit Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up *$1,000.00 Ca1h 500.00 Ca1h 250.00 Ca1h (*)Prize monies based on 30 entries COMPETITION IM Evening Gown - bterview Talent - OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY TO MISS GAY AMERICA - -------- - -------- -- APPLICATION NAMc....._ _________ RETURN APPLICATtON TO Norma Krhrtl• PO. Box 1791 Hot Sprtnp. AR 71901 ADORES,~-------- --- Af'llllr !S:00 p.m. PHONc..... _________ _ Call (50i) 321·1990 REPRESENTi=-------- $60.00 ENTRY FEE MUST ACCOMPANY THIS APPLJCATtoN RULES : 1 . CONTESTANTS MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER. 2 CONTEST OPEN TO ALL FEMALE IMPERSONATORS. 3 . SILICONE OR HORMONE OR THOSE I IN[")FRGO•M<; TRr ~T MENT TO CHANGE THEIR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC'S ARE NOT A LLOWED TO ENTER. ~ .OLINE MAY 3 . 1918
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