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After having been at the helm, so
to speak, it is my pleasure to have
Malcolm MacDonald join the staff of
the Nuntius as Managing Editor. For
over the past year, the Nuntius has
been what one might call a one-man
operation. As one can hear daily - -
"plop plop, fizz fizz, oh what a relief
it is!", such is the case of Malcolm
joining the staff.
By two of us taking over the main
control, the Nuntius can reach the goals
for which it has been intended since its
inception - to become a complimentary
newsmagazine for gay people of the
Southwest. Some may think and say I
am stepping back some, but I can assure
you, it will be a step forward.
For this week, I willfully relinquish
the editor's column to Mr. MacDonald
for an opinion
Til next week,
Why Mal's Hired
A few words about the gay publishing
business. I am often confronted
with the task of talking down sensational,
sometimes malicious gossip
abroad in the land about gay publications,
who runs them, who writes them,
who owns them, and why who owns them
owns them. Some of the stories I've
heard are. so far fetched as to rival
Aggie jokes in contrived structural humor.
I'll never forget a conversation with
Mr. Bob Clifton (I think that was his
name) in the old Farmhouse Club about
a year ago. At that time, Mr. Clifton
was the publisher of a gay entertainmen1
magazine out of Dallas called TRYST,
then into its second, and shall we say
last edition. Mr. Clifton was riproaring
enthusiastic about the idea of cornering
the market on bar rags in Tex-as.
He had a good publication, and I
have never really come to any concrete
explanations for its abrupt fail -
ure, with exception to what I saw in
him as eagerness to a fault.
But I winced as he went into a long
tirade against his closest rival, This
Week In Texas, and its publisher Lyle
Black. Mr. Clifton told me a lot of
things I didn't know about Lyle, and
had never even imagined.
Lyle, for instance, wa::. suppose to
have gotten the money to start TWIT
from kingpin figures in the "gay
mafia", among them Jack Campbell of
Florida, president of the Club Bath
Chain, which was supposedly elemental
in the plans of Mssrs. Campbell,
Black, and others unnamed, to take
over the gay bath business, and thence
the world. TWIT was, supposedly, the
brainchild of ''the people in Flo:rida''
to promote, propagandize, aid and abett,
in any and every way possiblein print,
the ends of the Club Bath Chain and its
principal owners. All the money that
TWIT was to generate in revenue was
systematically salted away into a sort
of grand slush fund, which, in ways I
never dreamed of, absorbed the astronomical
entertainment expenses of the
CBC owners, managers, and their
"backers" who were another story
altogether. They got all the free ads
they wanted. At their whims, veritable
media blitzes of bad publicity were to
be launched ·against citizens of justifiably
good repute; who may or may
not have been in the way of, or competitors
with the Club Bath Chain.
Careers could be ruined, businesses
closed, credit ratings upended, and
lives snuffed out ... and so on and so
Well, enough! The story related by
Mr. Clifton, with respect to his probable
good faith that it was a true one, was
just plain science fiction. I don't think
he made it up all by himself, and further
I don't think there's any telling just who
did. I further regret having to illustrate
a point with it, lest anybody take
any of it seriously.
It so happened, and Mr. Clifton was
unaware of the fact, that J was a contributing
editor to TWIT at the time.
Actually, there wasn't much of a staff -
just Lyle and his lover, and Henry Parker
(now editor of the Montrose Star),
myself, and another mor.e prolific writer
who shouldered the major burden
of writing what got printed in the magazine,
and be~ause he is a better writer
than I am, whose name I will forget to
I was involved· enough with the
magazine to know a smidgen about its
beginnings, and hence to know that Lyle
had begun it with a few hundreddollars
and a lot of hard work. Which is how
all of the existing magazines in Texas
were begun. Just that.
I had known Lyle Black for about
a year before I heard the story, and
had grown to respect him as a man of
reasonable good taste, practical i.,ndulgence,
great patience, and impeccable
ethics. He wasn't a crook, or I would
not have worked for him. Perhaps,
contrary to popular belief, Lyle never
made a mint with TWIT, and I don't
think he ever really hoped to. But he
managed to make a living. TWIT was
sold shortly after its first anniversary,
and the staff disbanded to their separate
It is unfortunate that the publications
of our genre, with so much of their attention
devoted to detail and accuracy
in the news, should be so cloaked in
misapprehension, mystery, and inaccuracy.
Stories similiar to the one I
related above are heavy in circulation,
and every bar guide has its dubious
reputation. And we all suffer by it.
When the integrity of a publication is
attacked, its income is bound to dwindle .
In this respect, it is easier prey for
rumor than a gay bar or restaurant.
Competition is healthy for publications.
I.t keeps them keen. I sincere!:
believe that there's more than enough
room for more than one newspaper or
magazine in this part of the country.
We journalists are timid souls, averse
to machine guns and violin cases, and
seldom liable to blow a competitor's
office off the map. It is with a neces-
sary spirit of cooperation that we seek
out talent in the community, and a collective
need to survive that we compete
for advertising. And as your publications,
though we seldcm admit it,
we respect each other for being in the
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Leslie freed i ALL IBE NEWS THAT -~EES
A ·Houston man who was charged with
sexual abuse of a minor, a felony in the ·
state of Texas, had all charges dropped
against him in a pre-trial hearing after
Assistant District Attorney Bill Taylor
termed the 15 year old witness as "unbelieveable.''
Charges had been brought against
Don Leslie and prosecution was being
done in the 185th Criminal Court of
the Honorable Judge George L. Walker.
In the past few months in Houston,
similiar charges had been brought about
on other men after a rash of minor sexual
abuse had been brought about by a .
police "witch hunt."
The prosecution's main witness was
15 year old Jody Rhyne who had been involved
in approxim~ly UJ arrests by
· Houston police officers in the past two
Attorney Sam Wilson, counsel for
the defense, said that the prosecution
moved for dismissal of all charges
when the young boy was put on the witness
stand and began contradicting his
own testimony and previously sworn
Judge Walker, when learning that
the youth was not in the possession of
juvenile authorities, had him placed in
the hands of county juvenile officers.
This was the first trial of many to
come of men charged with sexual misconduct
with minors and was keenly
watched by other defense ,attorneys.
liberal sex .
London - The British lfome Office
has received a report urging sweeping
changes in laws governing sexual conduct.
The report was filed by the National
Council for Civil Liberties and calls
for, among other things, equality under
the law for both homosexuals and heterosexuals,
lowering the age of consent to
14, repeal of laws against obscene publications
and repealing the law against
, According to NCCL, the main ob-jective
behind the report is " ; . . to
give each individual the right to conduct
his or her own sex life as
"Such freedom of choice is resisted
because it is assumed, almost with
out discussion, that a person is happier
if his or her sex activities are limited
to a monagamous pair bond relationship
with someone of the opposite sex."
The report discounts that theory. It
states: "In reality, this is the solution
that most people will choose. But this
does not ~ve them_ the right to demand
legal restraints for those who make a
different choice.'' 1
While commenting public opinion
probably wouldn't allow it, the report
states the age of consent law should be·
abolished to be "consistent with modern
knowledge about child development.''
The British armed services have
been rocked by a gay scandal - this
time involving the RAF and RN:
A number of junior airmen at,.a
base near London have been interviewed.
Police have taken possession
of several letters sent to the young servicemen
from business men.
Meanwhile, a British Navy chief pet
ty officer was demoted and stripped of
his good conduct medal for kissing another
sailor in the Gunga Din Bar, in
New Orleans. Chief Petty Officer Jo~n
Bodymore, 36-, told a court martial at
Devonport that he kissed the dailor, an
· 18 year old mechanic, to show him
what is was like to be kissed by someone
with no teeth.
Bodymore said that he had lost his
false teeth the.-previous evening while
balancing them on his nose at a party.
Captain Brian Outwaite, prosecuting,
said Bodymore and six sailors from
the frigate Danae were on shore leave
in New Orleans when the incident happened
in the Bourbon St. Bar. The
other sailors had been shocked by the
kiss, which .they said was prolonged . .
Bodymore was demoted to petty officerand
deprived of his good conduct medal.
Take a boat,
catch a plane!
■ A small victory was won by the people
in this small city when the Navy
Department informed Ms. Patricia
Veldon that she will be retained in the
Navy even though an administrative
"discharge" board recommended her
According to the Armed Services
Informer, a publication of gay service
people, "the Navy Department refuses
comment on its decision to keep Veldon
in the service ref erring to its limitations
under the Privacy Act.''
The Armed Services Informer further
adds, "At first the Navy felt it
could discgarge Veldon on the basis
of unfitness feeling that she had involved
herself in homosexual acts.
They quickly, changed it to only tendencies
when they founf that the evidence
just wasn't there, Veldon supporters
and her attorney, Carol Scott,
were prepared to take the case to the
courts if the Navy Department approved
the decision of the "discharge board "
■ A civil rights complaint has been
filed against Northwest Orient Airlines
in Seattle by a pilot who believes he
was fired because of his homosexuality.
Gary Hunt, a Seattle resident, said
he was harassed "like mad" after making
public his gayness. Hunt, aiong
with six other -Northwest pilots, have
formed the Gay Airline Pilots Associatipn
to combat such harassment.
Northwest has alleged Hunt refused
to take an "instant physical", an examination
that is given to pilots without
Dennis Lange, his captain, testified
before the arbitration hearing that
Hunt's pe.rformance was above average
and was very conscientious. Hunt made
the highest score possible on an aptitude
test when applying for a pilot's job with
Northwestern and was graduated as the
top academic student in his fUght training
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For whatever it's worth, we're told
the best method for maintaining the potency
of marijuana in cooking is to sautee
the pot in butter.
This is the latest advice from High
Times magazine in explaining why
some pot receipes pack a wallop in the
.heads of the diners, while others, using
the same amount of grass, fail to-produce
the slightest buzz.
The High Times cooking editors
report that T.H.C., the active ingredient
in pot, is soluble, and therefore
is more readily assimilated after having
been prepared in fat, oil, or alcohol.
The editor's advice is that in cooking
pot, sautee it in butter or oil with the
onions first, and then add the other ingredients.
''David •.. you ,spose
we can do this easier
on a waterbedl,,
~e.rrl . I*~ LON.E ~AR
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This issue's Cover Boy should read
Cover Man. This 6'1" cowboy is from
Somerville, Texas. His name - Sterling
900 Lovett Blvd./Houston
OPEN 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Sterling works on a ranch just on
the outskirts of Somerville where he
works as a ranch hand and spends
much of his day in the saddle. He
says he enjoys the outdoors, but some
evenings get quite lonely in the real
Sterling was born and raised outside
of the big cities and still has to
make his first trip into the big towns
7 A.M. to NOON
and s ·to 8 P.M.
TUES. & THURS.
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HAPPY HOUR PRICES
75, bar drinks so, beer
of Houston, Dallas, and Austin. I'm
sure when this blue eyed cowboy finally
comes to town - he'll get a real warm
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Dear Aunt Sofa:
I don't mean to sound overly dramatic
but I seem to have problems in
my h;ad that I can't seem to get straigh tened
out. I'm gay, but that isn't really
my problem - I think. Sometimes I get
overcome with just plain loneliness.
I don't have a lover; and am not
particularly looking fo,r one, but who
wouldn't turn, one down if the right person
came along. I supnosedly have
friends, but they on1y seem to be
around when they need something or
someone to cry on.
I guess what I'm trying to say,
unfortunately I feel I'm becoming rep ititious,
is that I need someone to run
to and sit and talk with just like my
"friends" do with me. As long as the
party is going on, there is always a
Now it's my turn to be down and
out, but there's no party for me to run
to and cry my eyes out. I don't know
if it's help or just plain sympathy I
am looking for. Right now the world
seems to have collapsed around me
and I feel awfully alone.
You never went into just what your
"problems" are that seem to have you
so dowr: and out, but from your state of
mind, I would suggest that you seek professional
counseling to help find out just
what it is that seems to have you down.
When it comes to shoulders to CQ
on , that why they call me Aunt Sofa. I
usually get all the sobs and tears. I'm
not complaining about it, or I wouldn't
be doing this column, and sometimes
a warm feeling comes over me after
I feel I have accomplished something
by helping someone out.
But when I think it out strong and
neavy, Aunt Sofa is sort of alone in
this big wide world too. If you really
need some help and can't find it, get
back with me - call the paper and ask
for me to get back in touch with you.
We may not be able to solve the problems
of the world together, but maybe
by talking things out we can make the
sunrise a little rosier today than what
it was yesterday.
Dear Aunt Sofa:
A long while back, you ran an article
on ''poppers'', and it was asked
if was truly an aphrodisiac. Could you
please re-run it for me, as some one
I know seems to use it too much and
doesn.~t realize the dangers of it.
I am more than happy to re-run the
article on amyl nitrate more common!~
known as poppers. There are many different
brands of "artificial" poppers on
the market today, but just because of tht.
fact that it isn't actualiy amyl doec;; not ,
make it any less dangerous. Now that.·
I have said my piece - here's your request:
Amyl Nitrate is a relaxer of involuntary
muscles, and often prescribed
as medication for angina pectoris, and
otli.er chest -pains. It comes in "pop:pers''
which when snapped open and
breathed, provide a rapid burst of energy
and seeming ecstacy. As an·
aphrodisiac, it has often been used by
gays involved in the drug culture.
During sex and just before orgasm.
they breathe in the vapors, and reportedly
exp.erience a more intense
orgasm. Medical researchers say this
is a phallacy, and the effects are the
disorientation the drug causes. Also,
this drug is dangerous when abused,
and is capable of inducing heart attacks.
Hardly a price to pay for a
MEN, of Houston
eos WE,'- T HEIMER
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M-103 Houston W /m, 6'2,,, experienced
master. Looking for young
(20's) butch slave. Experience helpful,
but not necessary - will train.
No drugs, no fats. Will give you all
you can take and make you beg for
more. Tell me about yourself and
enclose photo. Phone number for
M-104 New Orleans W /m, 29, It.
brown hair, blue eyes, 6', 160#, would
like to meet young straight appearing
w /m 20 to 35 who is tired of playing
bar games. Am very attractive, but
I am still lone]y. Enjoy staying home
with right person. Prefer dark hair,
mustache, under 6'. Photo a must.
M-100 Austin Is San Antonio area
W /m, 32, blonde, 5'7", 1791, looking
for gay or bi male to live in and do
minor chores. If you're 16 - 28,
send revealing · ·p~oto, address, and
phone. Need to be hot & horny. I
love sex. Right person will not be
sorry. Lets get together.
M-102 Plano- Ricbardson--N. Dallas
W /m, 27, 6', 169#, It. brown hair;
blue eyes, considered good looking,
would like to hear from serious minded
people in area. In erested in art,
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often to Houston area and Austin &
would be interested in hearing from
people in those areas also. Pen pals
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Tidewater, Virginia Area W /m, 21,
seeks local friends & pen pals anywhere.
Am especially interested in
meeting those of my own age. Interested
in camping, hiking, spelunking,
and photography. Am attending college.
Military students especially welcome.
Stuart Lane, POB 1024, Chesapeake,
Va. 23320. Photo if possible.
M-105 Houston White, bi-male, student,
20, 135#, 5'10", attractive and
active, wishes to meet guys and gals
for mutual fun. Photo ok, but not
necessary. But phone, address, name,
& resume is. Hurry up. I'mprepared.
Prefer slim and under 25 only. Fats
or fems need not write.
M-107 Waco Well hung, w/m, 18,
into J/o. Wants to exchange exciting
letters and very sensuous photos with
other studs who are intoj/o, vibrators,
sex toys, etc. Photo a must. Will
answer all. Any age or race ok.
Houston - For Sale - Houston - For Sale
Raleigh, 28", 10 speed bike in good condition,
needs minor adjustments. $60
Call 713/522-5609 and ask for Mel.
M-106 Houston 39 year old white
male business man. Educated, sophisticated
traveler, wants company and
affection of young man 21-25. Prefer
well built, well hung, non-smoker who
enjoys concerts, plush restaurants, .
traveling, and othe·r good things of
life. No bar scene. Will answer all
replies, out of town included.
Little Rock, Ark. Area W /m 20
5'10" , l 70#, blonde hair and g'r een'
eyes. Sincere, honest, and discreet.
Many interests and hobbies. Wish to
meet YOWlg male up to 30. No blacks.
Roger Cross, FR 494-62-5532, PSC
POB 2412, Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
Tim IS PETER
I am an Australian who will be visiting
America and would like to meat
some horny guys between 17 ·and 25
for making out. Your picture gets
mine by return mail. Masculine,
butch guys only. Jason, Box 280,
North Adelaide, 5006 S.A. Australia.
at Greenbriar Houston
11-108 Houston W /m, 32, 6'3", 165#,
average looks, very clean. Would like
to meet yo\Ulg gay fox for occassional
sex. Prefer thin, clean body. Long
hair ok, but no facial hair. Willing to
experiment into other things with right
man. Please include photo with reply.
Looking for fantastic fantasy letters.
Into all kinds of sex from j/ o to far
out. Pix a must! Mike Burden, POB
· 64531, Baton Rouge, La. 70896.
M-181 Oklahoma CiQ-, Oklahoma
W /m, 6'1/2'', 145, would like to meet
gay or bi men between 18 & 27 yrs.
old. I am interested in meeting guys
for fun & games. No fems, fats, s/m,
b/d, gs. Must be good looking and
honest. I am very lonely, so please .
hurry. Please send photo with letter.
All letters will be answered. Photo
will be sent if interested.
Young 1ay wants hot j/o letters and
stories exchanged with hung studs,
with wild imiginations. Tom Bolster,
POB 78, Purchase, NY 15077.
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