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The Nuntius, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1971 - File 010. 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/3571.

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Title The Nuntius, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1971
Contributor
  • Frank, Phil
Date June 1971
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 010
Transcript MARY'S BAR — SUNDAY SHOW - 6 to 8 - Stephany Corr & 2 guests each week CAMP TIME - 4 to 9 Monday thru Friday - Beer 35 - Set-ups 25$ OPEN 4p.m. Monday thru Friday - 12 Noon Saturday & Sunday California atmosphere - - Bikini clad Go Go Boys & Waiters featuring "the Gay beer" HAMM'S Me Mh WwmU h Browne Breckenridge Houston's Gay Society Scene IT WAS JUST FABULOUS, really it was, and Marbella NEVER looked better, luv. Just EVERYbody who IS was there, in varying states of undress, and it was FUN. Tragically, we missed Arthur Talk, that dear old chubs, whose arrival in Spain coincided with our departure. We'll catch him next time round .... ALL MANNER OF THINGS have been doing in Houston while we were frolicking al fresco, luvs, and thanks to so many dears who sent in the most interesting letters with the most interesting people, we'll share just about everything with you. You knew we would! ISN'T IT JUST TOO, too exciting about all the changes taking place in some of our local watering holes? Of course it is, and especially all those stories, confirmed & purely silly both, about the sale of this place and that place. It's just so exciting to be involved in such big- business affairs, even presiding over bankruptcies, Luv. One of the larger flesh- pots, rivalling Forest Lawn for quietude in recent weeks, has changed hands, actually, and will see the advent of one of Houston's most literary types in the saloon business west of Montrose. Joe Anthony *s already serving up daily & nightly rations of fun and games at Mary's and Queen's Haven, and we all know how fascinating those two places is going to be just terribly successful in his latest venture in the old Romulus location, we look forward to seeing how he does things. Others are curious about his newest venture, Gayboy International, too. And you know it . . . SO TACKY, ACTUALLY, just to trot in and repossess the Armadillo's furnishings! Tasteless, Abbey Rents, tast- less! THE EMPLOYES at the Romulus have been just so fascinated by the frequently repeated senario where their young manager, Terry Ritter, keeps stuffing $20.00 bills into the shirt pockets of some uniformed policemen — cheek to cheek. One can only assume, luv, that the dear boys in blue are collecting for the Widow's Fund or some other worthy cause. Surely! THAT DEAR BOY, so successful in all he does, just sold his very attractive River Oaks house to some other dears, and we know they're just going to be so happy out there amongst the trees where some of the most interesting parties had some of the most interesting people over the past few years. And Maxine Messenger, who really appreciates a stiff price, i s just agog over the figure mentioned in the purchase contract, and headlined the item, complete with cameo snapshot of dear Dick. Tasteless, tasteless .... THAT DARLING GERMAN boy, Willie, "and his associates are about to open another lovely addition to the Montrose area, just down the way from their funfunfun Michaelangelo's. It's called Alexander's and you just know it's going to be boffo. We wouldn't lie to you! DENNIS DAY, LIBERACE, and just who knows who else we run into at the Tattooed Lady! Back just barely and we find the dear place just bumpy with show-biz persons (which just titilates Cora to near collapse!) And wasn'T it sweet of that dear, dear "Shirley Ankles" to trot the charming Liberace by to say whatever was said! Of course it was, and never you mind that nasty rumour about his PR career resting on the prostrate bodies of so many former friends. He has a charming smile .... THEIR FRIENDS WERE SO drained emotionally to learn of the divource of Jack and Roland. Jack, poor dear, has moved in with Jim. that dear boy who has those charming apartments and town- houses and laundries and funny tenants, who has moved out. It's all so confusing, but we understand that each is keeping custody of a poodle. Golly. AND TO MAKE IT even more interesting, and you know we like it kept interesting, Jim is al so itemi si ng possessions for a possible divource in his own household. These property settlements can be so tiresome, luv, and then there's always the poodle to consider! Yes. THAT DEAR OLD dear, Art, was recently inconvenienced by a gentleman caller who left Art's residence carrying away cozy memories and Art's car. Now it's off to gay, exciting and police- trappy New Orleans to identify the body-car, that is. After that, it's time to revise his guest list. Poor poor dear. Q WOULDN'T YOU KNOW that while we're gone new clubs spring up like daisies, in chains practically! Yes, you know that. We went round to see the newest, the Hi Kamp, and thought it utterly tasteless and noisy and vulgar and sure to be a howling success. The owners, known to their many friends, patients and clients as The Tooth Fairy and Wanda the Witch; are such funsy dears, really, and we know they're going to enjoy tripping fantastically through this newest addition to our night I ife. With so much help from their friends, luv IT WAS UTTERLY rural and such bumpy fun! The Farm House, luv. And when we saw that German-speaking bartender all tricked out in those clever togs, it was all right-in-place again. So glad to hove that dear Gene and Emit back in the saloon- ery. And so glad to see towering Lynn lurking about the ploce doing whatever so well. Dears, all of them: and such a funfunfun place to drink and dance while irremedi- ally damaging one's inner ears. UTTERLY FASCINATED by the negotiations that Frank Caven and his PR man, that dear old boy Don Moore, who is such acharming fellow, really, are in concerning their acquiring another of our watering holes. Frank, so well known in Dallas for his clubs there, is just terribly anxious to come into Houston with similar operations, and we know he'll just be terribly successful and happy about i sucessful and happy about it all when he does. And so many are anxious to watch him do it. And will. NOW THAT DEAR Lanis and his associates have sold the Romulus to Joe Anthony (it's renamed Gay Boy Inter- nation al, I uv, and that's something, it has to be!), just everyone is so curious to see just where the much-spoken- about Terry Ritter will surface next. It is almost too much to expect after the past few months that this 19 year old club manager will not be put to further commercial use by dear Lanis. Of course, so much of thi s young man's career will depend upon the dispositions of the courts, but surely Something Will Be Done .... THANKS AGAIN, LUVS, for all those marvy notes with all that marvy information about all those marvy people. Keep them coming in, and PEARL STREET WAREHOUSE 18th & Lavaca AUSTIN 478-0176
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