Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 23, 1975
Vol. 3 No. 24
June 23, 1975
New York, New York It's a Helluva Mess—pity His Honor Abe Beame
A Bold, New Christina Onassis Takes Over Ari's Empire
Ex-spy David Phillips Preaches the C.i.a. Story, but Can't Convince His Own Daughter
Going, Going, Gone—guccis, a Dali and Bette's Corset
John Mecom Jr. Prepares to Battle the U.s. to Keep Exotic Animals on His Texas Ranch
The Hadlow Haystackers Get Their Just Desserts in the World Custard Pie Contest
Judith Rossner Writes a Shocker About the Life and Death of a Swinging Single
Critic Ebert's Formula for a Pulitzer: See 6 Films a Week
From Paris to Princeton, It Has Been a Vintage Year for Winemaker David Park
Bill Graham of Fillmore Fame Calls Himself the 'honest Con Man' of Rock 'n' Roll
Are the Kliebert Brothers An Endangered Species?
After 23 Years Out of Films, Roy Rogers Is (apologies, Gene) Back in the Saddle Again
Separated but Still Mated Professionally, Gwen Verdon Hoofs Again for Her Ex
Jack Nicklaus Aims at the U.s. Open—will It Be Step No. 2 in Golf's Grand Slam?
Only in Southern California: Claude Bell Builds Himself a Brontosaurus
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