April 15, 1996 12:00 PM

Mother Teresa, 85, was hospitalized on April 1 at Calcutta’s Woodlands Nursing Home for a broken left collarbone. The Nobel Peace Prize winner, who was injured when she fell off a bed at her Missionaries of Charity headquarters, was released from the hospital the next day….

Former presidential candidate and U.S. senator Paul Tsongas, 55, was hospitalized on March 28 at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for an infection related to his earlier bouts with lymphoma. Tsongas may now need a bone marrow transplant from his twin sister, Thaleia.

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, 33, and his wife, Pamela Lee, 28, of Baywatch, filed an invasion of privacy lawsuit on March 29 in Los Angeles superior court against Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione. The suit alleges that Guccione has acquired a stolen videotape the couple made of themselves having sex and plans to sell copies of it to the public. The Lees want the tape returned, its sale prohibited and $10 million in damages.

Cheaper by the half dozen? Director Steven Spielberg, 49, and his wife, actress Kate Capshaw, 42, have adopted a baby girl, Mikaela George, born on Feb. 28. The addition brings the couple’s brood to six, including two from previous marriages, two born to them, and another child they adopted.

British actor Sean Bean, 36, who played evil Agent 006 in Golden-Eye, and his wife, British actress Melanie Hill, 33, are reportedly splitting after six years of marriage. The couple has two children.

Prince, the artist now known as, 37, and his Valentine’s Day bride, dancer Mayte, 22, are expecting a prince or princess in November. It will be the first child for both.

Former U.N. ambassador and Atlanta mayor Andrew Young, 64, wed Atlanta schoolteacher Carolyn Watson, 52, on March 28 in Cape Town. Young’s first wife, Jean Childs, died of liver cancer in 1994; Watson’s first marriage ended in divorce earlier in the month.

Carl Stokes, 68, on medical leave from his post as U.S. ambassador to the Republic of the Seychelles, died of cancer on April 3 in Cleveland. Stokes, the great-grandson of a slave, became the first black mayor of a major American city when Cleveland voters elected him to the first of two terms in 1967….

Five-time National Hockey League All-Star Bill Goldsworthy, 51, died of complications from AIDS on March 29 in a Minneapolis hospital. He disclosed he had the disease in 1995. Goldsworthy, a right wing, played in the NHL for 14 seasons, retiring in 1978….

Rock drummer and jazz pianist Howard Wyeth, 51, who toured with Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue in the mid-’70s, died of cardiac arrest on March 27 at New York City’s St. Vincent’s Hospital. Wyeth, a nephew of painter Andrew Wyeth, also played drums on two Dylan albums, 1976’s Desire and Hard Rain….

Screenwriter Liam O’Brien, 83, died at his L.A. home on March 24 of a heart attack. O’Brien, older brother of the late movie star Edmond O’Brien, was nominated for an Academy Award for his first screenplay, Here Comes the Groom, in 1951. During the ’70s and ’80s O’Brien also wrote and produced for TV’s Police Story and Miami Vice.