Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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May 12, 1975
Vol. 3 No. 18
May 12, 1975
More Intimate Glimpses of a Very Public President
Hail, Columbia: On Its 50th Birthday, the Stars Twinkle
Polygamist Alex Joseph Finds That 13 of a Kind Make for a Mighty Full House
Mlle. Giscard Rescues a Wilting Azalea Festival
Can You Play 'Turkey in the Straw' on Your Dentures? Ted Mack Is the Man to See Again
An H.E.W. Expert Worries About the Malpractice Mess
A Rhodes Scholar Studies and Plays Basketball—but in Different Countries
Non-Shrinking Violet Smith Speaks Loudly and Carries a 2-by-4
A Liberal Lutheran Minister Breaks with His Church, and Sets Up a Seminary in Exile
Author James Jones Tries to Impart the Mysteries of 'creative Writing'
Baseball's Jerry and Ann Reuss: He Balked at a $500 Fine for Rooming with His Wife
Bricktop, Barkeep to the Lost Generation in Paris and Rome, Comes Home to Chicago
A Onetime Shoeshine Boy Who Advised Three Presidents, Pat Moynihan Heads for the U.n.
Nobody Makes Jokes About Women Drivers Around Lella Lombardi
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