Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 16, 1975
Vol. 3 No. 23
June 16, 1975
Has That Corsage Been Cleared? Susan Ford Holds Her Prom in the White House
Big Bird, Ali and Joe's Mama Enliven the World of Books
On Tour in the Middle East, Teddy & Company Have a Great Arabian Night—1,000 to Go
Nolan Ryan Is Mr. Congeniality Except at Work: Then He's a Ferocious Man with 'smoke'
Mitch Kurman Loses His Son and Turns into An Angry Crusader
The Beach Boys Don't Make Waves—Just Money in Their 14th Summer
For Al & Sandy Williamson, Happiness Is a Houseful of Disturbed Kids
The Teenaged Guru Fights His Brother for Control of the Wealthy Divine Light Mission
Heroes of the Vietnam Orphan Lift: High-Flying Ed Daly and His World Airlines
A Coppola Picture Album: Francis Is Godfather of Film's First 'famiglia'
Bridget Riley Proves That She's Still Top of the Op
Geoffrey Holder, the Un-Cola Man, Is An Uncommon Wiz on Broadway and at Home
For Families Who Want Boy Babies, Ron Ericsson's Research May Have the Answer
Sex and Violence on Screen 'Desensitize' Both Kids and Adults, An Expert Warns
Arnold Schwarzenegger, a Name to Remember in the Body-building Business
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