ence. "He is my protege
was dressed in a duplic
and he is also learning
nier Chauffeur dazzled
ate of the gutter tails
how lo be a show-off
outfit that the American
don Palladium with both
star sported for his part
Liberacc made his
or Monday night's show.
final bow in a white
"Vnue used to play
ostrich cloak, and in
Virtec Caidell. who
bv ear, but I taught him
style — flying across the
used to drive Liberaee's
to read music," Libera-
stage Peter Pan fashion
Kolls-Koyce for his Us
ce confided to the audi
suspended from wire.
Bergen in love with O'Neal
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Candice Bergen has been
signed to star as the love interest in "Oliver's Story,"
the sequel to "Love Story" starring Ryan O'Neal.
Edward Binns will play Phil Cavalleri, the father
of Jenny, and Nicola Pagett plays a young designer
who also becomes involved with O'Neal.
Anthony Quinn is starring in "The Passage," now
filming in Tar bes, France.
Quinn plays a French shepherd who guides a scientist and his family through the Pyrenees Mountains
after their escape from a Nazi concentration camp.
dropped against actreus
/■»»/« tititir. w hit lias agreed, in turn, to enroll immcdia-
iPly in an accelerated rehabilitation program-
Miss Blair, 19. was charged
with possesion of amphe-
" tamincs. Police said they
found the drug in her purse
-.led her at her
homo on a
; warrant last
Miss Blair's lawyers also filed petitions against the
actress' extradition to Florida,
where she faces charges of
conspiracy to buy or sell
Multi-faceted entertainer Ouanv Have
will wear two different, hats during his
next two visits to
"When I come to
Cleveland May 9. I'll
be wearing my baseball enireprjneur's
hat. and when I'm
here May 14, I'll have
on my conductor's
vest," Kaye said Mon*"
£fo& *C dliTtQSf Actress Tatnm O'Neal has matured into a young woman, almost at the blink of
*WI*' *■** -a*"*"**^*-" ao eyeiM. The picture at left shows her in "Paper Moon." center in "The Bad
*•*#"/» 14/ff fin News Bears-" and as ^year-old spending Saturday night at a N^^se&^oros
A preliminary injunction suit filed
against KSAT-TV for airing the controversial program "Soap" has been
dismissed in federal court.
U.S. District Judge John H. Wood
Jr. dismissed the case Monday after
KSAT executives announced they
would not pick up the show for
summer re-runs because of Its poor
Farrah, prince chat
Actress Farrah Fawcett-Majers attended a royal charity show Sunday at
the London Palladium and renewed a
friendship with Prince Charles, whom
she first met in Hollywood. "I find him 'to
be very intelligent, and very charming. I
think the best thing about him is mat be
makes you feel comfortable,'' Fawcett
said after speaking with the prince back-,
stage. The wife of actor Lee Majors later
attended a party with the show's stars,
comedian Bob Newh&rt and singer Johnny Mathis. Prince Charles also attended.
Ford credits 2 Rogerses
Actor Glenn Ford says humorist Will
Rogers and cowboy movie star Roy
Rogers helped him into the Hall of Fame
of Great Western Performers. Ford, who
was inducted in Oklahoma City during
the Western Heritage Awards banquet of
the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, said
Roy Rogers taught him how to shape his
hat, and the late humorist taught him
how to ride a horse. "If it hadn't been for
Will Rogers and the man that made my
hat, I wouldn't be here tonight," Ford
said. Roy Rogers and his wife Dale
Evans, who were inducted into the hail
last year, attended the banquet, at which
their portrait was unveiled. Gene Antry,
outgoing president of the Cowboy Hall's
board of directors, presided over unveiling of the portrait, painted by Everett
Bingo Starr said in Chicago mat the
Beatles never will sing together again.
"We've all gone our separate ways," he
said, "and we're too far apart, musically,
ever to get together again."
Too Tired to Love
It's Time to Say So Long*
TKE NEWS-SAN ANTONIO—Friday, Morch 31, 1978
Whether you're approaching the end of a marriage, a
very close friendship or a
love affair, the signs of rigor
mortis are much the same.
When those sums appear, if you
recngnr/e Ihem in tune, you can reduce
~ the emotional costs of a deteriorating
re hit Kinship, says Woman's Day.
If a relationship is doomed, postponing the end only prolongs the agony.
How to tell when it's over? Here are
several of the signs:
• When you're bored most of the
time. Boredom is usually the first and
most deadly sign of trouble.
In love or marriage, it's usually
familiarity that breeds boredom. But in
friendship, boredom is likely to be the
results of differing development.
• When one person attacks the other's self image, by assaulting individual
characteristics: these- thrusts are not
just against what a person does, but
what t he person is.
And these indictments are difficult to
shrug off — they seem to be based on
strong evidence; they are made by a
person in a position to know; and they
are repeated often.
• When you start keeping strict
accounts. In any close relationship,
keeping accounts is a bad sign. "What
have you done for me lately?" is a
• When you no longer feel anything
at all. The loss of feeling is one of the
saddest symptoms of the end.
• When the relationship brings out
the worst in you. Each of us has the
potential for being many different per- .
sons, and the person we become
depends a lot on our associations.
• When you'd rather be alone or with
someone else. Dreading going home,
putting off seeing a friend, or avoiding
intimate dinners — these are all signs
of the end.
It's Important to know when ending a
relationship will solve a problem and
when it will not, the article concludes,
pointing out that you do not separate .
without pain. But without separation
from an untenable situation, you cannot