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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
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
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Transcript PatW* Community News Glynis Johns, 55, who won a Tony Award in 1973 for "A Little Night Music," returns to Broad* way next season playing a woman of 80. Colin Hlgglns' comedy with music, "Harold and Maude.** Is about the relations between a youth of 19 and a woman of 80 and was first produced in France In 1972. The part of the youth has not bean east. Biunea Hits Roadblock LONDON (UPI) — A judge Monday ruled English courts have Jurisdiction in the divorce case of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, putting a legal roadblock in Bianca .tagger's efforts to divorce her husband in the United States. The decision, which came after seven days of private hearings, caused problems because a California judge ruled last May U.S. courts have jurisdiction'1 In the case. .tagger's wife, Bianca. wants the case heard in Los Angeles because divorce settlements for women generally are higher in the United States. Jagger has been fighting to keep the case in London. "I have come to the conclusion that on the balance of fairness and also convenience, the proceedings should continue in the Family Division of the High Court in London," said the British judge who heard the case in London. The judge, however, said Mrs. Jagger could take the case to the English Court of Appeal. The case in California has been delayed since May pending the English court's ruling .on jurisdiction. Carol Burnett, 43, drops her comic talents again Co star in "The Tenth Month,** a 90-minute CBS television movie about a pregnant, unmarried, middle-aged woman who decides to keep and raise a child. Co-starring in the contemporary drama with Burnett are Keith Michell and Dlna MerrilL Glamour, tears Singing star felled by cancer, dies in husband's arms Singer-songwriter Minnie Riperton, known for tbe flowers she wore Inner hair and her 1974 hit "Loving Yon," died of cancer Thursday In Los Angeles at age 31 'She died at 10 a.m. in her husband Dick Rudolph's arms," said Kyo Sharee of Capitol Records. ''They were listening to a Stevie Wonder tape of a song he had written for her." Ms. Sharee said Miss Riperton, who had a breast removed in 1976, entered Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at the beginning of the week because of an arm injury at first believed unrelated to cancer. But the cancer had spread to her lymphatic system, Ms. Sharee said. Miss Riperton was serving as honorary chairman of the American Cancer Society's 1979 national education crusade, a position she held last year as well. "She was a symbol of hope and courage to many," said Dr. LaSalle D. Leffall Jr., president of the American Cancer Society. He said that in a 1376 appearance on the "Tonight" show, die reassured millions of women that losing a breast need not mean the end ofthe world. The overriding outlook should be MINNIE RIPERTON 'symbol of courage* lob as a receptionist with Chess happiness about being dive," she told Records in 1963 at age 14. viewers. A few months later. President Jimmy Carter presented her the cancer society's Courage Award in White House ceremonies. One of eight children in a musically minded Chicago family, Miss Riperton studied opera before turning to pop music when she took a Soon, singing with a group called the Gems, she was singing backup to people like Etta James, Johnny Nash, Ramsey Lewis and the Dells. She left the group for another, Rotary Connection, and eventually made a sob debut album But commercials and backup work were still paying the bills. Beatty wins court test A superior court judge has overturned a $185,000 jury award to a former manicurist who contended that a screenplay she wrote in 1971 became the basis for "Shampoo,'' the highly successful film made by warren Beatty four years later. Judge James G. Kolts' ruling in Los Angeles Thursday set aside a June 15 decision against screenwriter Robert Towne, Columbia Pictures and Beatty, who co-authored, produced and starred In the film story cf the sexual mores of a Los Angeles hair salon. 'Tm happy and I know Warren will be happy,** said a somber-looking Towne after the judge announced his decision. "But hrs tempered by the pain of knowing you've uen accused Of something you didn't do." In a 9-8 vote, the jury found the three defendants had breached an implied contract with Beroice Mann of west Los Angeles by not paying her for use of ideas in a screenplay she wrote based on her experiences working in a beauty salon. Actor 'romance' untrue Actor John Gavin, who says he was hurt financially by a newspaper article linking him to the wife of an auto Industry executive, has been awarded (280,000 by a judge in Detroit The default judgment in the 1975 lawsuit was handed down Wednesday against Los Angeles publicist Jay Bernstein. Gavin blamed Bernstein for a syndicated newspaper story linking Gavin romantically with Detroit area socialite Dollie Cole. At tbe time, she was married to General Motors Corp. President' Edward N. Cole, who later died in a plane crash. STEPHANIE MILLS ... hectic appearance A **■ -st 50 persons were in j urea Thu^-ay when a crowd of 1,500 autograph seekers poshed against the plate-glass windows in front of a Queens, N.Y., record store sponsoring a signing party by singer Stephanie Mills, police said. Pressure from the crowd shattered the windows apparently after a mounted policeman tried to clear the sidewalk in front of The Wiz Record Store. One eyewitness said the policeman and his horse came through the crowd "like a bulldozer and everyone went through the window." "It's a riot. A lot of people have been hurt," said Audrey. Mills, sister of the former star of the Broadway hit "The Wiz." None were believed seriously injured. John Carmen, Miss Mili's public relations spokesman, said* the star, clad in a skin-tight, hot pink jumpsuit, was wheeled through the crowd on a stretcher disguised as an injured spectator about an hour after the glass broke. Crawford's Estate Split NEW YORK (UPI) — Christina Crawford Koontz and Christopher Crawford, actress Joan Crawford's two adoptive children who were cut out of her will, will divide $55,000 from the estate under a court settlement reached Friday. Under the agreement, the majority of Miss Crawford's estate, estimated at more than $1 million, will go to a group of charities. Ms. Koontz wrote the best- selling book "Mommie Dearest" — a chilling account of being a battered child — after her mother died, leaving a will that gave her and her brother nothing "for reasons which are known to them." Actress Cheryl Ladd has won a preliminary Injunction prevent* ing promoters of an X-rated movie from advertising that the star of the film Is a "Cheryl Ladd Look-Alike." Tearful Tonto gets his star Jay Silverheels, known best for his role as the Lone Ranger's scout Tonto, has blazed another trail by becoming the first American Indian to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of ■ Fame. Silverheels, watched 59, „„., tears streaking his high, sharp cheekbones Yhursday as his star, the 1,70". ■ h to be dedicated, was unveiled before a crowd of 200. "I am pleased and honored," the actor said in a soft voice that faltered with emotion and tbe apparent effects of a stroke suffered several years ago. "Thank you aU." . His wife Mary, actor Iron Eyes Cody and comedian Jonathan Winters were among tbe spectators who crowded along the street to watch the ceremony that included traditional Indian songs and dances. Silverheels, wearing a feathered headdress, also received an award from the -Los Angeles City Council for "his contributions to the country, the community and the entertainment field." -.- _-
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