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South Texas Community News, Vol. 2, No. 8, April 20, 1978 - File 005. 1978-04-20. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 30, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2423/show/2402.

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Title South Texas Community News, Vol. 2, No. 8, April 20, 1978
Date April 20, 1978
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
Place
  • San Antonio, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
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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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Title File 005
Transcript Page4 Community News They're behind ERA movement Academy Award-winning actor Richard- Dreyfuss chats with Mario Thomas, cantor/ and Loren Bacall during an ERA fund-raising cocktail buffet at Tavern on the Green In New York's Central Park Monday night. — AP Laserphoto. Houston police deaths to be probed by D.A. HOUSTON (UPI) — Dist. Atty. Carol S. Vance said Monday his office will make an independent investigation of all slayings by police officers and no longer rely exclusively on the police department for case facts. "I have a lot of confidence in the Internal Affairs Division (which now Investigates such cases) and we will still rely heavily on them," Vance said. But from now on, he said, "We will do our own, independent investigation as well." INSTEAD OF relying on civilian witnesses' written statements to police, a prosecutor will Interview the witnesses personally and encourage the grand jury considering the case to hear their testimony, he said. The policy of the district attorney's - office is to present directly to the grand Jury all facte concerning the death of citizens at the hands of an offi cer and let it make the determination about charges. IN THE PAST, the grand jury usually relied only on the written statements of civilian witnesses and heard live tes- tomony from police officers. Vance said the prosecutor will double check and supplement the police department investigation by making sure all the scientific evidence is collected immediately. Vance's decision came after recent criticism of the district attorney's off- Ice for its handling of two police shootings. In one case, five officers were cleared in 1975 for the fatal shooting of Billy K. Joyvies, 18. In the second. Patrolman D.H. Mays was cleared a year ago of killing Randall Webster, 17. Under the new policy, Vance said, he will personally review each case involving a police shooting of a citizen, then assign it to one of his three felony division-Chiefs. Reagan Might Run TOKYO (UPI) — Former California Gov. Ronald Reagan said Tuesday he hasn't ruled out the possibility of making another try for the presidency In 1980. . "It's too early to tell who the candidates will be in 1980," Reagan said In an Interview with the newspaper Yomiuri. "To speak -frankly, 1 haven't closed my own door.*' Rites slated for Friday for Gen, Lucius D. Clay CHATHAM, Mass. (UPI) — Retired Army Gen. Lucius D. Clay, the commander of U.S. military forces in Europe after World War n, will be buried Friday at his military alma mater of West Point. N.Y. day, 80, died late Sunday at his Cape Cod home. As commander la chief of the U.S. European Command and military governor of the U.S. Zone in Germany under Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Clay helped foil Soviet attempts to shut off Allied access to Berlin in 1948. Ha directed the massive airlift that sent 2.4 million tons of food and coal Into the war-ravaged former German capital for 16 months. Former Chancellor Willy Brandt said, "Clay was instrumental in defeating the Berlin blockade and helping the Federal Republic ot Germany develop a solid democracy." A memorial service will ba held at 2 pan. Friday at the U.S. Military Academy. Burial will.be in West Point National Cemetery. Dog lover joins the 'other side' WARWICK. R.I. (UPI I — Two years ago Caret A, Callahan punched a dog officer in the nose because" she felt he was mishandling a dog. Another time, she broke- into fhe pound and spirited away a dog she felt was being mistreated. Now she's going over to the other side. She becomes the city's new head of the Animal Control Division Monday, in charge of dog officers. She was appointed to the $12,000 a-year- post by Police Chief John F. Coutch- "No one can question her concern for animals," he said. "Even people who don't like animals would agree she's the right person." Sinatra honored Frank Sinatra was honored in Jerusalem for his financial backing of Hebrew .University with a formal dinner given Sunday by several members of parliament. Earlier, the singer dedicated the Frank Sinatra International Student Center. His donation, he said, was partly to make up for his lack of schooling. The singer came to Israel Friday with 150 other U.S. donors, including actor Gregory Peck and Ed MeMakea of the television Tonight Show. His visit included a private meeting with Prime Minister Menachem Begin. A new hairstyle AP LaMTDhoto Cher Allnun in a recent pose displays her new hairstyle. Cher, who has gene through many changes recently, decided to change her most famous, trademark — hec hair. - *P L»««fphoto Innocent? Richard Nixon repeats his assertion in his forthcoming book that an Illegal act Is legal If a president does it, ABC News says. Church splits Television evanglist Garner Ted Armstrong has announced that the World-wide Church of God, founded more than -1ft years age by ■' his far he r, will seperate '' its fonetlon from Ambassador College, its educational wing. Ex-beauty queen hunted Police Sunday scoured England for a former American beauty queen who jumped ball and disappeared to avoid trial for kidnapping a Mormon missionary and forcing him to have sex with her. Scotland Yard said there was no trace of Joyce McKlnney, 27, and Keith May, 24, her alleged accomplice. They are accused ot kidnapping Keith Andersen, 21, of Orem. Utah. Anderson was McKInney's lover before becoming a missionary in England. Cigarette smokers addicted, says doctor NEW YORK (AP)-Cigarette smokers are addicted to nicotine physiologically. ' and they smoke to prevent withdrawal symptoms, not because smoking is psychologically gratifying, says Dr. Stanley Schacter, a Columbia University psychologist. When they switch to low-nicotine brands, they smoke more cigarettes or puff them more to get the amount of nicotine they are accustomed to. he says, i Some evidence indicates heavy smokers of low-nicotine cigarettes run higher health risks than light smokers of high- nicotine cigarettes. Dr. Schacter writes in the Annals of Internal Medicine. U.S. warned on polio shots GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) — The World Health Organization warned the ■... United States to step up vaccinations . against polio, saying that if the popiila- I tion's immunity against the disease is not sustained, "epidemics are certain to recur." Screenwriter dies Screenwriter Michael Wilson, who won an Academy Award for "A Place in the Sun" but was blacklisted in Hollywood's anti-Communist fervor, died Sunday after suffering a heart attack in Beverly Hills. Wilson, 63, spent eight years in France after the blacklisting, under which artists suspected of being sym pa- ■ tactic to Communism were denied work in the movie industry in the 1950s. Newsweek editor dies Dwight Martin, a senior editor of Newsweek magazine and a former foreign, correspondent who covered the Korean War and the Berlin crisis, died Sunday tn New York of a heart attack. He was 57. A native of Washington, Martin began his journalism career at 17 as a copy boy . on the Washington Post.
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