Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 144
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 144

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The sad part of the picnic It may only weigh an ounce Gibe as small as your fist but every scrap of paper, every discarded can and bottle, every tossed cigarette butt contributes to the country's pollution problem. A candy wrapper or a paper napkin may seem insignificant but together with the billions of other pieces of scrap tossed on the ground each year they become a serious part of our overall environment problem. Don't litter. Put your empty packages in proper receptacles. Don't throw bottles or cans or apple cores out of your car window. Make sure the picnic grounds are as clean when you leave as they were when you arrived. It all helps. « Keep America Beautiful * contributed for the public (ood People start pollution. People can stop it. 10 CONTINUED 'Some people think because I did a nude scene I'm some horrible thing." "She was very outdoorsy," Bruno remembers, "fresh, blonde, the all- American type, but basically unsophis- ' ticaled. She was young and naive and unable to cope with taxi drivers, construction workers shouting obscene things at her, art directors and photographers handling her like merchandise. "We had some beautiful times together/' he dreamily recalls. "Sailing in the Virgin Islands, a weekend in Louisville for the Kentucky Derby, vacationing in Marrakesh, Saint-Trope;:, Cannes, skiing in Aspen." John Bruno was about to marry Cybill Shepherd when The Last Picture Show came into their lives. "What broke us up," he explains, "was the nude scene she did in the film. I felt she had a responsibility to me not to do the nude scene. I felt it was unnecessary. And while I don't want to sound chauvinistic about this, I could perceive that there were certain things in her life that she didn't want to sacrifice. And in a mar- riage relationship, I feel that sacrifice is essential. I don't think a movie career for her would have disrupted our relationship, but the problem really was that she wanted to make all her own decisions. Almost married "We came very close to marriage. She asked for more time, and by the time more time came around, she was into The Last Picture Show, the nude scene, Peter Bogdanovich, and there it went." Whether Bogdanovich who is married will divorce his wife to marry Cybill Shepherd doesn't seem to faze her. "I'm not against marriage," Cybill explains, "but I'm not anxious for it either. The trouble with John [Bruno! who comes from a marvelous Italian family is that he thought his work was more important than mine. I don't know if at 22 I'm ready for marriage. I think you ought to realize what kind of paper In a scene from her film, "The Last Picture Show/' CJSIjlJes'to' go to a party w,th actor Randy Quaid. She is cast in the role of a Texas small townheartbreaker. PARADE · IULV 16, 1972

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