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The Nuntius Southwest, August 20-27, 1976 - File 006. 1976-08-20/1976-08-27. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3642/show/3638.

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Title The Nuntius Southwest, August 20-27, 1976
Contributor
  • Plummer, Mel
Date August 20, 1976-August 27, 1976
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 30351090
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM) Digital Archive
Rights No Copyright - United States
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 006
Transcript HOLLYWOOD SHORTS EARLY NUCLEAR BLAST Are you ready for a pornographic version of the Wizard of Oz? Well, Bill Osco, who gave us the X-rated version of Alice in Wonderland, is planning his next sex-filled children's tale. Kristine Debelle, who played Alice in the last flick, will take the lead in the new Wizard production. Who says you can't beat a dead horse? Mark Lester, whose movie Tricia's Wedding mocked then President Nixon, will soon be dishing out another film making fun of the 37th president. This time, the movie, called The Way He Was, portrays Nixon at work and play, right up to the end. Describing how they came up with the screenplay, producer Les ter told Variety, "We sat around trying to be as outrageous as possible." The picture cost $300,000 to produce. It's now official: There will be a full length Star Trek movie. Filming will start next spring, but already Paramount Pictures has lined up Gene Roddenberry, creator of the TV series, to produce the flick. Even before a screenplay is approved, however, designs are being worked out for a new Enterprise spaceship, updating the original built 11 years ago. That original, incidentally, is now being exhibited at the National Air and Science Museum in Wsahington. A Hollywood film company has given in to pressure and has come out with a movie with a spelling error in its title. Crown International Pictures announced a few months back that it was distributing a movie about cheerleaders, to be called Pom Pon Girls. The words "pom pon" in this case are spelled "pom pon." According to Webster's dictionary, a "pom pon" (with an "n") refers to the cloth or floral arrangements used by cheerleaders. According to Crown Pictures, however, every theater that has received the announcement, changed "pom pon" to "pom pom" -- the second word also ending with an "m". The company adds that there was no way it could convince its theaters that "pom pon" -- with an "n" -- was the correct word. As a result, the film is officially titled The Pom Pom Girls. Incidentally, pom pom -- with an "m" -- is an anti-aircraft cannon, and there is no cannon fire in The Pom Pom Girls. peacock LOUNGE 220 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Ark. (ZNS) Did a nuclear-powered spacecraft blow up over central Siberia in 1908? Journalist John Baxter and Hollins College Professor Thomas Atkins, in a bizarre new book called The Fire Came By, are suggesting that a 1908 explosion over Russia in which shock waves were recorded as far away as Washington D. C. and in England, was the result of an interplanetary space crash. On June 30, 1908, a giant cylindrical object blazed across Russia, exploding with a brilliance several times that of the sun, scorching vast forests, and causing an intense "black rain" to pour down over hundreds of square miles. Baxter and Atkins write that scientists have found documented evidence of high radiation levels in tree rings of that period, and that plant life in Siberia has genetically changed since the strange explosion. The authors cite evidence that patterns of both felled and standing trees in the blast area are amazingly similiar to those found in the wake of an atomic blast. In addition, the two authors state, Soviet reports of the blast indicate that the object exploded about three miles above the ground, with a force as great as 1500 times the blast that demolished Hiroshima. The two writers propose that the 1908 crash, which has continued to baffle scientists, was the result of a nuclear powered spacecraft from another planet attempting to make an emergency landing on the Earth. $_lly> 900 Lovett Bivd./Houitcm MALES STILL AHEAD One of the upshots of the women's movement is that more and more males are taking jobs as secretaries. The U. S. Bureau of Labor statistics reports that the number of male secretaries in the United States has jumped from 17,000 in 1965 to 29,000 ten years later. The Labor Department reports, however, that male secretaries, along with men in most - other lines of work, are still paid more than their female counterparts. SINGING IN THE RAIN After weeks of drought, Keith Davies stripped and performed a "rain dance" in the nude. His civic spirited act brought rain to the parched community of Kidderminster, England, but got mixed reviews from the general public. Davies, 35, was fined $18 for indecent exposure. I won't sleep in your bed because the sheets don't match? * # IF YOU DRIVE .... (ZNS) If you drive, don't smoke. And if you smoke, don't drive. That may become the slogan for a new campaign to warn marijuana smokers that driving under the influence can be fatal. Robert DuPont, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, reports researchers can now show a link between cannabis consumption and driving ability. DuPont says the government will launch a new program "to build marijuana into the highway safety campaign now largely restricted to alcohol." Titer's ^ "After the show I shall be famished...We must go to Tooter's!" Titer's Restaarant 2203 WESTHEIMER AT GREENBRfAR HOUSTON TX 524-9327 ROtJ®lb»2" BOOK STORE Open at 10am til 4am 7 days a week 900 tovett Sweet 104 528-8969 Poge5
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