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The Nuntius, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1971 - File 009. 1971-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/3587/show/3570.

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Title The Nuntius, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1971
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date June 1971
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 28911959
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  • 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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Transcript Officers said he staggered into his front yard and fell dead. ANOTHER HETEROSEXUAL WOMAN STABS HUSBAND! Ocie Herbert Holt, 58, of 10134 Porto Rico died about 4PM Sunday as the result of a knife wound in the chest. Holt's wife, Mrs. Eva Holt, 60, told police that she stabbed her husband during an argument while returning home from a tavern. She said that he came into the house after they got home and was going for a drink of water when he collapsed on the kitchen floor. The couple had been arguing about how fast Holt was driving, she said, and she stabbed him with a small knife after he slapped her about the face. Mrs. Holt was held in city jail Sunday night. HOMOSEXUAL LINK FOUND IN HORMONE - Three Los Angeles physicians say they have found that homosexuals can be detected by an imbalance in the male sex hormone. Drs. M. Sidney Margolese, Oscar Janiger and Richard Green discussed their preliminary findings in a study of homosexuality financed by the National Institute of Mental health. They said their investigation, based on a study of 75 persons, suggests that male homosexuals can be distinguished from heterosexuals by an analysis of the male sex hormone, testosterone. Testosterone, they said can be broken down into horo- monal substances called an- drostrone A and etiocholano- lene E. Whenever the amount of E exceeds A in a male, Margolese said, there is an overwhelming chance that the subject is homosexual. The only exceptions to this noted to date, he said, are individuals with diabetes and severe mental depression. This throws off the testosterone flow, the physicians said. "I am close to saying that homosexuality is genetic," Margolese added. "We have not found anyone who is a strongly motivated homosexual and who is otherwise healthy whose E level does not exceed his A level." 98% OF KNOWN CANNIBLESARE PRACTISING HETEROSEXUALS! HETEROSEXUAL PAIR SENTENCED IN RAPE, ABORTION A Tomball man was sentenced to six years in prison and his wife to three years by Judge William M. Hatten Friday for the rape and criminal abortion of a 14-year-old girl last year. Woodrow Willtrout, 40, pleaded guilty to raping the girl, the daughter of a family friend, and his wife sandra, 27, pleaded guilty to performing an abortion on her in April, 1970. HETEROSEXUAL SENTENCED TO DEATH Lloyd Johnson, 29, charged with murdering his girlfriend and her five-year- old son November 24, 1970, was sentenced to death Thursday by a jury in District Judge E. B. Juggan's court. Johnson received the death penalty for shooting INTRODUCING - OUR BUSINESS FRIENDS Want to meet new people with the same interests and pastimes you enjoy? Tom Friend Box 55541 Houston, Texas 77055 Phone 464-0052 after 6 P.M. and week-ends Please send me more information about your introductory service for gay people. Print Name Addn City . State. I hereby certify that I am 21 years old or older: Signed: IAREB0 BOOK MART THE MOST COMPLETE ADULT BOOK STORE IN TOWN ! ! ! MOVIE ARCADE 25* 901 Santa Ursla Laredo, Tex. Parish Leon Morgan in the head at the time he also allegedly murdered the boy's mother Mrs. Pritchere Anita Morgan, 24, in her apartment at 6364Hirsch Road. During the trial, prosecutor Rick Stover presented as witnesses, relatives and police officers who testified that Johnson told them he shot the boy and Mrs. Morgan. After he was arrested, Johnson told police he bought the pistol on the day of the killings to teach Mrs. Morgan how to shoot. Johnson told police he had been living with the woman and her son for about five weeks. He told police he did not know why he shot them. HETEROSEXUAL WOMAN FOUND INNOCENT IN MAN'S CHOKING DEATH Mrs. Nellie Vasquez Robles, 37, was found not guilty Wednesday in the choking death of her husband, a disabled ex-Marine, in their home at 12715 Blue Haven. Marcelino Robles, 43, a veteran of World War II and Korea, paralyzed from the waist down, was found dead Dec. 14 by sheriff deputies. Mrs. Robles testified her husband attacked her and choked her and that she began choking him in self defense. She said Robles let go and she left the room. Later she returned and found her husband snoring and breathing heavily, she said. About an hour later she discovered he was dead and called the sheriff's office. The trial was in Judge George L. Walker's court. However, Judge William M. Hatten heard the verdict in lieu of Walker, who left at 4 PM to attend ceremonies in Washington on the Brazos honoring Speaker of the House Gus Mutscher. Judge Hatten explained to the jury that he was sitting in for Walker because Walker had another assignment. MOTHER, KNOWN HETEROSEXUAL, FACES SLAYING TRIAL Patricia Ann Goolsby, 19, charged with smothering her 4-month old son Sept 22, was found sone Wednesday in Judge Sam W. Davis' court, clearing the way for a murder trial. Jury selection for another jury will begin Monday. Mrs. Goolsby's attorney, John Lohmann III, has contended since the start of the trial last Monday that the slim receptionist should have been tried to determine whether she is guilty instead of a sanity hearing. Lohmann initially asked for the sanity hearing. However, he later asked that she be tried on the merits of the case. The state said that the request for the sanity hearing had to be carried out. The jury found that Mrs. Goolsby is presently sane and is capable of standing trial for murder. Under law a new jury must be impaneled to determine her guilt or innocence. HETEROSEXUAL COUPLE GUILTY IN MORALS CASE After a quick change of events in the opening day of trial on a morals charge, a Freeport couple was sentenced to a total of 25 years on a charge of indecent exposure to a minor involving a teen ager and a retarded girl. Wallace Deats, 42, was sentenced to 15 years and his wife, Julia, 35, was sentenced to 10 years on the same charge. Five charges remain against the couple stemming from the game incident. The couple changed their plea to guilty after a collection of photographs and magazines were admitted as evidence before a six-man> six- woman jury in District Judge Paul Ferguson's 149th District Court. The Freeport couple were arrested in March after three children were picked up by a Brazoria County sheriff's deputy on Surfside Beach near Freeport. The children told of being allegedly forced to pose for lewd pictures and commit sex acts with the Deatses. In his op en i ng rem ark s, Brazoria County District Attorney Ogden Boss warned the jurors, "In my humble opinion, you are about to hear a bad, bad case. Its going to be nasty, vulgar, obscene and rank. Sometimes it's amazing the accomplishments of people for the sake of satisfying lust." Later, as Bass attempted to introduce the pictures and magazines as evidence, defense attorney Jimmy Wilcox charged that the Deatses' civil rights had been violated when the pictures and books were reportedly confiscated in the Deatses' home by a Brazoria County Deputy sheriff. At this point, the jury was retired and Judge Ferguson began hearing testimony from a 13-year-old child and later from the deputy concerning the events leading up to and including the arrests of the couple. After his action to accept the evidence, the couple changed their plea to guilty and waived their rights to a trial by jury. PRACTISING HETEROSEXUAL CHARGED WITH RAPE IN CEMETERY! A 17-year-old cemetery laborer was charged Saturday with raping and robbing a 69- year-old woman who said she was at the cemetery to place flowers on her husband's grave on their 50th wedding anniversary. Police arrested Nathanial Hawkins, 17, of 4905 Pickfair, at Forest Park Lawndale Cenetery, 6900 Lawndale, where the woman said she was assaulted at noon Friday. She said she was about to place the flowers on the grave when she was dragged to a car and forced inside. A man tried to rape her there, she said, but she managed to fight him off. He then dragged her from the car, and assaulted her twice, she said. He also robbed her of an undetermined amount of cash, she said. Police said the woman identified Hawkins from a photograph taken after his arrest. He was charged with rape and with robbery by assault. No bond had been set for Hawkins Saturday Night. The woman was token to a hospital where she was reported in sati sfactory condi-
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