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Title South Texas Community News, Vol. 3, No. 13, August 2, 1979
Publisher Gay Community News
Date August 2, 1979
Language English
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  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
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  • San Antonio, Texas
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  • 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 2 Community News NEWS AT A GLANCE FBI eyes violation of gay civil rights SAN FRANCISCO (API -The FBI says It is looking into allegations that the police violated tbe civil rights of patrons at a tavern catering to homosexuals when they charged through the door of the establishment testing occupants following the City Hall riots. The report Is expected to he completedoy mid-August. Clements seen as one-termer HARLINGEN (AP) - The only Texas Democrat to lose a gubernatorial race to a Republican hi more than a century predicted Friday that the man who beat him will serve only one term. Bat former Texas Attorney General John H ill would not say if he will try to unseat Gov. Bill Clements in the next election. "I reafly don't know," Hill said during a vacation trip here. "Mrs. Hill and I talked about that some while we've been down here In the Valley. I listen to tbe people down here and get their advice. They're encouraging us to continue." But Hill, who is now in private law practice, said it is too early to make a decision on whether to ran, "We've decided well watt until after the presidential election of 1080 and then some time in 1981 well make the final decision,'1 Hill said. "I still have definite interests in state government" Hill gave Clements low marks for the governor's performance during the recent legislative session. He termed Clements actions "anti-education, anti- consumer and anti-taxpayer." "He made a tot of pledges to people concerning lowering their taxes... that was his big point in our race. He campaigned very actively on the fact that he was going to give a billion dollars back to the taxpayers. That he was going to' cut off the heads of 25,000 employees — lop them off the payrolls. Now, of course, that hasn't happened," tdjlsald. Suicide Seen In Jail Death HENDERSON (UPI) — The body of a Rusk County jail inmate already sentenced to life imprisonment was found in his cell Tuesday with both wrists slashed and authorities believe he committed suicide. "Officials said the body of Dennis Lee France, in his late 20s, was found at 2:30 p.m. The last time be was seen alive was around noon. Same Room! Tsk Tsk! PEKING (UPI) — Honeymoon- ers are back in China and finding that once prudish tourist hotels no longer keep newlyweds In separate rooms. The official New China News Agency said Wednesday that honeymoons, once branded as a "bourgeois way of life." are now considered acceptable again and 700 couples have flocked to the famed lakeside city of Hangzhou since spring. "Before we came we were prepared for the worst," said a young man with his 25-year-old bride, "such as having to sleep separately in rooms for single men and women- We are so surprised to find special service for honeymooners." The young man, a policeman,- said he and his wife will have used 80 percent of their monthly wages for the honeymoon. Woman squirts soap on porno In the spirit of Carry Nation basting up saloons with hei trusty ax, Boston has a modern-day crusader whose morta enemy Is not alcohol, bat pornography. And Marcla Womongokl's usual May by or hit insults Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne says an angry protest by former Mayor Michael Biiandic and his wife over the removal of their police bodyguards was "unfortunate." . "I think there's nothing more to say about It," Byrne said Wednesday. "It was unfortunate for everybody." The mayor was posing for photographs Saturday during a block parte in the Bilandics' Bridgeport neighborhood when Mrs. Biiandic, shaking her fist approached the mayor. - "How dare you do this, how dare ' you do this? What arc you trying to do to my baby?" Biiandic then approached and, holding his infant son Michael Jr. up, shouted at the mayor, "Do you sleep nights? Can you sleep after what you've done?" Mrs. Byrne defeated Biiandic in a Democratic primary this year. The police bodyguards at tbe Bilandics* home were removed recently and the Bilandics accused Byrne of "political vindictiveness." Acting Police Superintendent Sam Nolan said it was his decision to remove the guards. Star's Home Suicide Site LEWISBORO, NY. <UPI) — ' The common-law wife of Rolling Stone guitarist Keith Richard was arrested on weapons charges Saturday following the apparent suicide of a 17-year-old youth in the master bedroom of the 12- room Westchester home she and Richard share. Police arrested Anita Pallen- berg, 37, an Italian citizen, after responding to a telephone call reporting the shooting at Richard's $250,000 estate at 10:35 p.m. Friday. The woman was released on $500 ball Saturday morning, but she was required to surrender her passport. A state police investigator said Richard was in Paris at the time of the shooting. No legal fees for Marvin LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Superior Court judge says Lee Marvin wont have to pay 1500,000 in legal fees sought by the attorney who represented the actor's former live-in lover during the celebrated Marvin vs. Marvin case. Judge Arthur Marshall also said Thursday that he would not reconsider his decision that awarded $104,000 to Michelle Triola Marvin. Attorneys for both sides said they are considering weapon is not an ax, but a bottle of dishwashing liquid or a marking pen, with which she defaces magazines, books and billboards she finds offensive. She also once used a .22- caliber rifle earlier this month to shoot out a window of a bookstore. She got a year's probation for that. "I won't tolerate porn," said Mrs. Womongold, who believes that hardcore pornography . and even magazines like Playboy incite men to rape. So she marches into "adult" bookstores and squirts gooey dishwashing fluid on publications she finds lewd "All over the city, wherever I happen to be, I trash it," die said "Afterwards, I feel a tremendous sense of freedom and joy and relief.'' Also, she admits, Tm too radical for most people." But Elaine Noble, a former state legislator who ts now on tbe staff of Mayor Kevin H. White, said, "I think she has guts. We're going to have to give her a mayor's citation." Volunteers to inject killer with drug BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Board of Corrections has decided that three volunteers will inject condemned killer David Osborn with a lethal drug if the state goes through with his scheduled Aug.' 20 execution. Osborn, 30, of Slatersville, Utah, pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree murder in the beating and snooting death last Halloween of Charlotte Carl, a PocateUo waitress. She had been shot five times, three times in the bead, authorities said Osborn's death sentence is under automatic review by the State Supreme Court and that probably means the Aug. 20 date will be "set aside." If be dies by injection. It would be tbe first such execution in the United States. The Idaho Legislature changed the state's method of execution from hanging to lethal injection during its last session. World's Biggest Chump JMLIatfiHl K By his own admission Senator John Briggs is now the "world's biggest chump." Briggs told an interviewer in September that Prop 6 would either make him "America's newest and biggest folk hero or the world's biggest champ.** Ah, oat of the mouths of babes 1 appeal the The district attorney is still probing perjury allegations against the actor. Marshall expressed concern about the perjury probe, but said even if Marvin had lied on the witness stand ihe outcome of the trial would be no different. Connally backs gay rights Republican presidential hopeful John B. CssoaOy said Friday In San Francisco that homosexuals should be given full protection of American laws. "They're human beings, entitled to the protection of the laws of this country," the 62-year- old former Texas governor said. "They are entitled to tbe same treatment and protection of their rights as everyone else." Connally made the remarks before speaking to the National Conference of State Legislatures. It's still no dice .Though offered Awn * 100,000 to $150,000 for Hot Atlantic Oty, N J., homo by Penthouse Intomcrtlonal, Mrs. Anthony Bonglovannl refaaad tho deal allowing Penthouse to use nor property for casino construction. Although thwarted In their offortc to boy tho lengjovawwl property, tho future casino operators continue construction on throe staos of tho house. — AP Lasorphoto. 1920s star, author dies HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Corinnc Griffith, the 1920S screen star who later achieved fame as an author, income tax abolitionist and real- estate tycoon, has died at St John's Hospital in Santa Monica. Nicknamed "the Orchid of the Screen," Miss Griffith starred in such fibns as "The Garden of Eden" and "LUlies of the Field" She made her last film. "Paradise Alley." in 1958. Texan wows D.C Delbert McClinton, a Fort Worth native, brought his rolling blues music to a Washington, D.C., nightspot last week and drew enthusiastic rooponoo6 from local critics. The Washington Star said: "Delbert McClniton's version of Southern blues reminds the listener of a raunchy sensual vhat to a steamy Texas bar. McClinton, a little known but rising member of the group of Tans honky-tonkers who blur the lines between blues, country and soul, last night turned tbe cool Cellar Door into a little piece of the Lone Star State." The Washington Post's critic wrote: "Delbert McClinton is the Ty Cobb of Texas beer-bar ft&B, He has taken a generally hit-or-miss field and run over tbe opposition roughshod — spikes up — producing a far more sophisticated idiom in the
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