Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 30, 1975
Vol. 3 No. 25
June 30, 1975
Arthur Rubinstein Returns to Lodz with Music and a Roving Eye
There Goes Pogo: After 27 Years the Okefenokee Is Closing Down
The Embattled Woman Who Relishes Crosswords, Children—and Running India
When You Call Steve Ford a Tenderfoot, Better Smile, Pardner
Frank Church Zeroes in on the C.I.A., but the White House May Be in His Gunsights
The $1.7 Billion Insurance Ripoff, and the Ex-police Chief Who Is Out to Stop It
Helen Lawrenson's Two Lives: Beer and Champagne, Kiss and Tell
Fender-Bending: Freddy's Only Target Now Is America's Ears
Super Jock Salaries Are Soaring, but Super Agent Jack Childers Tops Them All
Princess Anne & Mark: The Colonies Get a Look at the Horsey Royal Entry
For Burt Lancaster, at 61, and His Son Billy, Everything's Coming Up Moses
Sing Along with Goolagong as She Heads for Wimbledon: 'winning Isn't Everything'
Pierre Salinger at 50: A Happy Expatriate But, He Admits, 'If Teddy Needs Me...'
The Bizarre, Colossal Shapes of Oldenburg: 'my Monuments Are a Kind of Theater'
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