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Dec 23, 1974
Vol. 2 No. 26
December 23, 1974
Papa Hemingway's Granddaughter, Margaux, Is Fashion's Golden Girl
Walter Dilbeck Claims Partner Spiro Agnew Is Worth 'millions'
Agatha Christie Is Aboard the Orient Express, Bound for New Fame and Fortune
Al Ullman Exchanges Patience for Power as He Replaces Wilbur Mills
The New Alcoholics Are Women and Teenagers, Says An Expert
Mayor Hanna Is (a) a Saint (b) a Publicity Hound (c) Both of These
An Officer Is Hit with a Pie as a Joke: the Navy Doesn't Laugh
A Hollywood Stunt Pair Enjoys Many Happy Landings—so Far
Mr. Anonymous Bowls Toward $100,000 a Year
Tiny, Talented Paul Williams Has (as He Wrote) 'only Just Begun'
Rock Photographer Annie Leibovitz Shoots Her Way to Stardom
A Loving Couple Brings Home the Littlest Victims of War
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