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The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1970 - File 013. 1970-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3187/show/3163.

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Title The Nuntius, Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1970
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date November 1970
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 28911959
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 013
Transcript PAGE -12 NOVEMBER 1970 ONE OF HOUSTON'S most well-known (for the oddest reasons!) public relations types who is so very clever and so very big with model men in and out of the rag market was seen the other night making a visit to one of local pubs, all tricked-out in the most marvellous cruisewear togs. Looking for new talent, luv? It's just wonderful how far up the ladder of success this dear boy has gone since those earlier days and it's too, too marvellous the way he helps all those very attractive young men find their best position in life. Chercher les hommes, luv! A BLESSED EVENT occured recently out Memorial way when one of our local Beautiful People gave a dinner party attended by some priests & bishops conventioning in town. It was just grand Their Lordships & Reverences could get away from all that tiresome ecclasiastical struggle downtown & have a fun evening! Bless us, Fathers, but was there really any sinning . . . ? A LOCAL SOCIETY reporter type entertained not too long back at her home with a charming group of just us gals, most of whome drove their own trucks. Everyone is just terribly proud of the was this old pro has overcome her origins in a dumpy Texas Panhandle town and has risen to such prominence in local journalistic circles. Why, she single-handedly keeps Houston Society alive and kicking! Eat your heart out, Cleveland Amory, and we re just too excited about it all. THE SCION OF one of Mexico's richest tequilla-produc- ing families was recently in town visiting friends and having such a gay time. We were all just devastated, however, when he came down with that awful problem those of us who travel abroad frequently encounter at the most embarrassing times! So witty, he just groaned & called it Sam Houston's Revenge which after all is only fair. OUT SOUTH MACGREGOR way, which is so conveniently close to TSU, U of H and a Hebrew School, not to mention some homes for the aged which are really commercial, there is a group of old boys who live in the most marvellous dreamy world. It's just wonderful the manner in which they accept each other regardless of their varied backgrounds which just goes to prove how democratic they all are, don't you know. All that really matters is that one's checks don't bounce too often and that everyone read New Yorker and hum the latest musical hits. All that business about culture & Old Family is just too out of the question for them, luv, and besides they're all in trade anyway. However, there are absolutely to bugs or vermin running loose out there who haven't been invited and the home movies (viewed while munching those darling wee fruit-cakes) are simply marvellous and now so legal,, too- It's all just tod wonderful and out good friend Alice, of Wonderland^ Grosse Ppint$ and, ^Jj^r^ju^, qdjorefrJjex frequent visit* for High Tea. AS A RESULT OF HIS MOST RECENT near-fatal "accident" one of our most beloved local dilletantes has left for London to recuperate. His family have all been just marvellous about it, really, and agreed he should leave rather than enter a certain local hospital. He's now swinging in London, remittances in temporary tact. His step-father, who's a perfect dear from Dallas had given him a job running a small art film cinema here and we were all so happy for him after all those lean years. Of course, the genre of the films shown had recently degenerated in the estimation of some but naturally we never held that against the dear boy. After all he WAS earning a regular living and that's something in some circles here nowadays! Anyway, his dear Mummy (she's the ex-professional lady formerly of Houston, Las Vegas and Galveston - no relation to that famous Island Family, actually, but such fun to have the same name who is so warmly remembered by many locally) is standing by him as she has done through all his near-fatal accidents over the years. It's all just too, to sad but London can be so wonderfully therapeutic if you don't run out of money. We suppose the dear boy could take up the old family trade again if needs be . . . more }6%%%%%%%%%%%%%96%%%%%%%9M%%%%%%%%9]- THE NUMBERS 1005 California WINE - POOL [| 4 - 12 DAILY 7 8
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