PEOPLE: Zsa Zsa Gabor has transfusion, remains critical

Zsa Zsa Gabor has transfusion, remains critical

LOS ANGELES -- Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband said Saturday the actress remains in critical condition after receiving a blood transfusion.

Prince Frederic von Anhalt said doctors are hopeful new medication will help the 93-year-old actress recover. She received the transfusion Friday night.

Von Anhalt said his wife is conscious and was able to squeeze his hand and whisper a few words Saturday morning.

Gabor broke her hip after she fell out of bed last weekend at her Bel-Air home. She had hip replacement surgery Monday.

The Hungarian-born sexpot of the 1950s and 1960s has had to use a wheelchair after being partially paralyzed in a 2002 car accident.

Univ. of Va. puts Faulkner audio archives online

RICHMOND, Va. -- Fans of Southern literature have read William Faulkner for decades. Now they can hear the author speak.

The University of Virginia has published an online audio archive of the Nobel- and Pulitzer Prize-winning author's two-year term as writer-in-residence at the Charlottesville school in the late 1950s. In the recordings, Faulkner talks about his books, his career and the events of the day.

''Faulkner at Virginia: An Audio Archive'' contains about 28 hours of the author's speeches, readings of his works and his answers to more than 1,400 questions posed by students and other audience members.

U.Va. professor Stephen Railton led the effort to put together the archive. He hopes the recordings will lead people to rediscover Faulkner's books.

Priscilla tells fans some Elvis horse tales

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Diehard Elvis fans know he loved horses, and they lined up to hear some horse talk from the wife of the king.

Fans waited several hours Friday at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington for a chance to have Priscilla Presley sign toy models of her late husband's gold palomino, Rising Sun.

Elvis bought horses for everyone in his entourage, Priscilla Presley told the crowd, ''whether you liked horses or not and whether you were afraid of them or not, because if you were, he was going to break you of that.''