Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 11, 1975
Vol. 4 No. 6
August 11, 1975
Kathryn Kuhlman Is Accused of Not Keeping the Faith
Erica 'Fear of Flying' Jong Sues a Filmmaker Friend for Stealing Her Steamy Tale
Ready on the Right—Bo Callaway Commences Firing in Ford's '76 Campaign
Japan, Says Frank Gibney, Can Teach Americans 'Akirameru' or Don't Sweat It
Hostess to Kings and Presidents, Mary Wilroy Leaves Blair House
It's Tin Pan UCLA as Al Kasha Teaches the Art of Words and Music to Would-Be Tunesmiths
Jessamyn West's Frank New Best-Seller Upsets Some of Her 'Friendly Persuasion' Fans
Architect John Portman: 'I Violate Sacred Rules' to Create 'People Places'
Ken & Shirley Russell: He Directed 'Tommy,' Her Job Is Even Tougher, Directing Him
Memories of Hiroshima, 1945, from Men Who Were There
Dr. Paul Bragg, 94, Turns the Actuarial Tables: 'I Have An Ageless, Tireless, Painless Body'
A Backpacking Student Brings a Fresh, If Nervous, Voice to California's Powerful Regents
It's An Underhanded Trick: Joan Joyce Is the Best Pitcher in Women's Softball
Other Rockefellers Dabble in the Arts—for David Jr., the Family Hobby Is His Career
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