Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 25, 1975
Vol. 4 No. 8
August 25, 1975
The Palm Beach Kimberlys: a May-December Marriage Becomes a Summer Squabble
An Unusual Portrait of a President Having Fun in the New White House Pool
Tony Pro Says: 'I Love the Guy, but Jimmy Hoffa Became An Egotistical Maniac'
For Fred Harris, the Song of the Open Road Is 'Hail to the Chief'
For Dr. Debakey and His Bride, It Was All Hearts and Flowers
Willowy Cynthia Gregory: At the Top but Still Waiting for the Perfect Partner
Jim Bouton Answers a Crazy Voice in His Head and Tries for Ball Five
Muffet Hemingway's Moveable Feast Is a Mountain Picnic Extraordinaire
Leroy Jolley Is a New Breed of Thoroughbred Trainer, and Foolish Pleasure Is His Prize
Milt Kogan, M.D. and TV: a Doctor Doubles as a Sitcom and Commercials Actor
Lawrence Spivak Remembers 30 Years of Meet the Press as He Prepares to Sign Off
On Her Third Attempt, Maya Angelou Finds the Ideal Husband, Germaine Greer's Ex
Massachusetts Rules That Alger Hiss Is a Lawyer Again
Laugh-In Star Henry Gibson Moves into His Personal Prime Time with Nashville
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