When Prince Charles, on a tour of India last November, returned to base from an expedition in the solitude of the Himalayas, a perceptive reporter with the royal entourage noted a change in his demeanor. The worried and strained look had disappeared, and for the first time in months he seemed completely at peace.By Carol Kennedy9 min
Who could doubt the sincerity— and the stamina—of the crowd at this fundamentalist bit of show business. Two thousand people came despite the chill winds and squalor of downtown Trenton, N.J., to sway and sing along in yet another Jerry Falwell I Love America Rally— his 33rd of the past 12 months.By Judy Haiven7 min
Katharine Hepburn has long been considered one of the great ladies of the North American screen, but she obviously has not impressed film critic and author Helen Lawrenson. In a forthcoming article in The Dial, an educational TV magazine, Lawrenson maintains that on set Kate was “an unmitigated pain in the neck.”By MARSHA BOULTON6 min
HONORED: Newfound-land Premier Brian Peckford, 38, chosen as one of the five annual Vanier Award winners as an outstanding young Canadian of 1980. The citation praises his “personal improvement, political achievements and concern for his province and country.”
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