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South Texas Community News, Vol. 2, No. 8, April 20, 1978 - File 014. 1978-04-20. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 3, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2423/show/2411.

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Title South Texas Community News, Vol. 2, No. 8, April 20, 1978
Date April 20, 1978
Language English
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  • 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
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Transcript Page 13 Community News Piano-wiz Liberoce is.swept off his feet by the "Do 6-inch Sterling St. Jacques, ot a recent disco fashio sion ot a Las Vegas hotel. The segment, will be "Dinah!" At right is the show's hostess, Dinah Shore beat- ling of the Discos," 6-foot, i segment filmed for teievi- ired in May on the show dancing to the latest disco The Michigan state GOP has Invited Zsa Zsa Gaber to be a special guest at a $1,0flfl-a- plate fund raising dinner Thursday in Dearborn. MP L—fphoto Case deferred A cocaine possession charge against actress Oaii Fisher has been deferred for at least six months while she participates in a drug diversion program. Theater Changes NEW YORK (AP) — October 1951, will be The Fine Arts Theater converted Into a chap- here, which opened in ei. Get-Well Calls Deluge John Wayne's Hospital BOSTON (AP) — Government leaders and celebrities from around the world are bombarding Massachusetts General Hospital with goodwill telephone calls for actor John Wayne, who is recuperating from heart surgery. -Martin Bander, hospital spokesman, said Thursday that Wayne's sons refused to permit identification of any of the callers. He said Wayne was not able to answer the phone and that his sons spoke to callers. Wayne, who has starred in about 200 movies, most with western or war themes, underwent surgery Monday for replacement of a leaky heart valve. He was in satisfactory condition under intensive care Thursday. Remick robbed Actress Lee Remick told police Thursday that ?1,700 in cash was stolen from her hotel room while she was out te dinner and shopping. Remick, who is visiting from her home in London, said she left the Beverly Hills Comstock Hotel, which is located in West Los Angeles, to go to dinner and later shopping Wednesday night When she returned, the money was missing, she said. 'Evita? roles filled : Singer-actor David Essex will play slain Latin American revolutionary Che Guevara and actress Elaine Paige will play Eva peron in the musical "Evita," based on the life of Argentina's Eva Peron, it was announced Sunday in Loo- don. The musical, to be directed by Broadway's Harold Prince, will open June 21 at the Prince of Wales Theater.. (11 aini won Prisellla Presley has won her $750,000 divorce claim against the estate of her former husband, Elvis Presley, but details of tho agree- ment were not released. 'King and T now belongs to star Lansbury By WILLIAM GLOVER NEW YORK (AP) — The King and /now belongs, radiantly though briefly, to that Broadway musical queen, Angela Lansbury. With lilting charm and folksy ease, Lansbury is now appearing at the Uris Theater in the Rodgers-Hammerstein opus. Her appearance is the top trump in a shrewdly diplomatic ploy by the management to keep public interest high during a three- weekLvacation_^_tfiejhow^sstarsJjrul_Br^n1 ner and Constance Towers. Brynner's regular understudy, Michael Kermoyan, takes over, and stellar attention is shifted to the plot's heroine. Lansbury, simply by her presence, alters some of the realtionships between the imperious ruter of Sam and the English schoolm- arm he had hired to teach his three-score offspring. Lansbury's most endearing latent is conta- geous warmth, and that quality shines out triumphantly in all her half dozen songs, even in the gentle sarcasm of Shall I Tell You What I Think Ot You? For his part, Kermoyan avoids carbon replica of Brynner, displays a lusty, sonorous baritone in Puzzlement and after some apparent early nervousness became a convincing oriental despot. The couple's big number, Shall We Dance? could improve with a bit more practice and finer timing. Brynner and Towers return May 1, to celebrate the show's first anniversary. The late Bill Elliott Elliott was born Gordon Nance in Pattonsburg. Mo., on Oct. 16.1903. He 'gan riding horses at the age of 5 this father worked for the Kansas City stockyards) and participated in numerous rodeos as a teen-ager. He decided to give show business a try, enrolled in the Pasadena Community Playhouse and appeared on the screen in the late 1920s and early '39s in bit parts. In 1P38 he was given the lead in a serial called "The Great Adventures of Wild Bill Hickock.'' Beginning in 1946, Elliott was listed among the top 10 cowboy stars for 14 consecutive years, and when Don "Red" Barry relinquished the role of Red Ryder, it was Elliott who replaced him. His last film was a 1957 detective melodrama called "Footsteps in the Night." Elliok\ died on Nov. 2$, 1965. 1 UARLENE DIETRICH: SHE DEFIES THE INROADS OF TIME Suit tiled Cta 11 dine Longet goes : to court In Aspen, Colo., this week to sue another resident for alleged non-payment of a loan. Charge Hits Sophia Loren ROME (AP) — A Rome prosecuior issued an arrest warrant * Saturday for film producer Carlo Poiui and filed charges against his wife, actress Sophia Loren, in connection with the alleged illegal transfer of money out of the country. The Italian-born couple are both French citizens and live in Paris. France does not extradite its citizens for prosecution in other countries. I Well David Soul, who plays Hutch in 'Starsky and Hutch.' has returned to work after back surgery. J
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