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South Texas Community News, Vol. 3, No. 13, August 2, 1979 - File 012. 1979-08-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 4, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/gcam/item/2531/show/2525.

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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 PAGE 11 Community News Alamo Country To REPEAT a bit of advice, SOME day some people we know i*.AY learn the difference between 'wrecking' the straights, and Just plain making an ASS 6f themselves! Promised NOT to mention any thing about 'helium heels', bonder HOW he knows if it is peppermint hot lube* STRANGE place for taste buds! Velcome back to S.A.to >ir £,■.«*•■• Funny, the old town dont sound quite so 'backward' which brings up a point, AGAIN! Sounding down on San Antonio doesnt make any body appear more 'worldly' etc. Just stupid* Again I say simply that rather than run your mouth and PHOV£ your ignorance, $139*00 and an hour and fourty minutes air time will get you to fairy-land and as far as I'm concerned, dont let the door hit you in the ass on the way out! L,G. DONT worry about it, his mouth has never worked right. Mr J. ALSO returned to our fair city this week, Told you Houston was a third rate I-^U, Our hat's off to: Set^ Naylor, our very ABLE voice in Austin, She has shown us all what grim determination can do. She did her home work and she did it well. She in turn won the respect of the Texas Legislature and from here on the task will become easier with each step. NCX, let's get behind her and give her our support, she's already proved what SHE can dot whose controversial . support of the Palestine Liberation Organization has drawn criticism from members of tbe American Jewish community, will make her American television debut as a Jewish musician and concentration camp victim in a CBS drama this fall. RAQUEL WELCH w heavyweight role Raquel will! get serious At 38, Raquel Welch is finally setting serious — dramatically that After dallying in such titillations as "Mother, Jugs and Speed," the actress is' taking on her first heavyweight role in NBC's "The Legend of Walks Far Woman." Flaying a tough Indian woman. Welch is due... to go before the cameras, this week. NBC will air the .flick during November, a serious period for ratings. Good luak to -the Two Turtles* fluffier patch, next tning you know, it'll be to the body shop to get your teeth re-set after a family 'discussion' ••*•* James L. is easy-to find .these days, just locate the nearest HOT TUr! Who's singing lightly all over town, dum-de-de-l&nd of sky blue waters. News from AusT.it: has it that A.C. from i'.H.C, went fishing, and ONE caught him! Well D.C. that's"0N& way to get a promotion. ALSO from Austin E.H.C. comes--the 'following! NEWS ????????? A,C. D.C, Teiney-Weney Grisco, The Dark Green Jolly Giant, ALL declare they are doing just fine and in there soise place they mentioned being of sound -jnj.n&( I never said itjA^RESD with .any of this)- but. that Griscc insists .. he IS TlruiDTTTu^go^ir^rc^ble" "with you-know-who. ■. ••.ytold him not tc Hoss around) A.C.'s Celebate( SOKE body should check out Monday's) and George is just green,(that's what the REST of them think) I'm not going to bring up the Princes Panties. **......... A note from Gypsy contained the following: Dont look. You might see, Dont listen, Tou might hear, V,-.----**^ Dont think. You might learn, Dont walk. You might stumble. Dont run. You might fall, Dont live. You &IGHT die! GOLD IJzd tPoit SILVER MEXICAN U.S. CANADIAN San Antonio Flea Market 1428 A ustin Hiway Space 57 More gas lines forecast WASHINGTON (AP) — Energy Department officials said Monday that although supplies have Improved, long gasoline Une£ could return later this year. Heavens! SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The comptroller ef Spokane's Roman Catholic Diocese says be nearly "fen off tils chair" when be learned that all 61 priests covered oa a group medical policy now have te pay 3» cents a month extra — for maternity benefits. The priests are rt^uhul te pay because a US. Supreme Court anhv dlscrhnioatton ruling mandates that employers holding a group medical policy covering 1$ or more workers must pay for maternity benefits for aO employees, tbe same coverage as for any other DBr" "It would have te be a doable miracle," said the Rev. Tbeodoric DeJong, diocesan mn|ilielli i. In a tf Jocular mood. --^. - - d "First of all a priest weald have te have a baby, and thee — because of tbe ceUbacy vows — It would have to be an "Immaculate Conception." Blue Cress representative BB Baker, when contacted, added: "As a matter of fact, a group ef nuns in Seattle Is having tbe same problem." Holdenwill give eulogy Actor William Holden will deliver the eulogy Tuesday at Beverly Hills, Calif.,; funeral services for his longtime -friend and co-worker, George Seaton, an Academy Award- winning screenwriter ami director. The 68-year-old Seaton, who had suffered from cancer for two years, died in his sleep at his home Saturday. Seaton, who spent 40 years in show business, had his biggest success recently as writer and director of "Airport" for producer Boss Hunter tnlMU. fPHnnnrppfVi Art uxmMmmm^m j GAY ."XS/C-ifS IN TjiiXAS by Ron r.oss Affrimation/Gay .-.ormons United is now in Texas* The group is open to all active, Inactive, and former Latter-Day Saints and friends. Meetings are held weekly in Dallas* Houston, and Austin. Chapter meetings are held ci-month• ly alternating from city to city* For further information about AFFttli-iATXON you may write P.O. Box 50952 Dallas Texas 75250 or contact the following branch leaders: In Dallas, Steve 214-52&-96M In Houston Jerel 713-U49-2<03 In Austin Ron 512-443-4100 Ddlci5 country club rejects* membership bid by Charlie Prick _, Charley Pride, the country-music star, Hves In am. „ves Dallas, but this week, he says, he's f eeltcg "pretty bad about some people''there. •»«-»- Killings Predicted By Gays NEW YORK (UPI) — Leaders in New York's gay community predicted Thu rsd a yrW homosexuals would be killed " because of The .uiy's refusal to halt ihe filming of "Cruising," a mm te about homosex-' ual murders. •'There will he killings."-said Arthur Bell. a prominent gay leader . and a coluhiinist for the ViMdge Voice. "The film wilt increase the" hostility1 toward gays and" give people ideas on how lo act out that hostility." ' -'It makes people think it's good to go out and kitt gay people to put them out of their misery." said Ron Al- heim. a spokesman for /the- ©jalifhjn -for Les- * hiiin and' Goy Rights, an umbrella organization of 58 gay groups in ihe city. The movie stars Al Pacino as a detective who is assigned to investigate a series of killings, in which ".gays are stabbed and discovers homosexual tendencies in himself. Gay rights groups asked Mayor Edward Koch Wednesday lo withdraw the shooting permit for the film. Wednesday night they marched on a Greenwich Village gay bar, where the film is being shot. One protestor was charged wilh kicking a police officer in the groin while the cop was arresting him for ^ After having played golf several times with friends at the Royal Oaks Country dub, he had been urged by them fo apply tor membership. He says be sent in an application with a $6^00 check lor his initiation lee, and was assured Informally" that he would be accepted. Now, however. Pride has received a letter from the Royal Oaks membership committee indicating that his bid for membership had been vetoed by at least four persons. "They gave no reason, but the only one I can think of is that I'm black,'' slashing tii of patrol car. Koch refused to withdraw the permit Thursday, saying that revoking it on ihe ground.-; of script Lonleiu "would simply tie censorship.
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