Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jan 12, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 1
January 12, 1976
Gretchen Wyler Takes Center Stage in a Battle Against the A.S.P.C.A.
Mysterious Mrs. Exner Talks of Her Meetings with JFK: 'I Didn't Sneak into the White House'
29 California Celebs Turn Out a Sew-Sew Job on a Bicentennial Quilt
Searching for a Father, but Where?—It Isn't a New Rod McKuen Poem, It's His Life
The Lady on the Stairs Is No Victim—She's a Decoy Cop Called 'Muggable Mary'
An Ex-White House Aide Says They Done Her Wrong
Forget That Little Boy with the Baton—Lorin Maazel Is 45 and the Pride of Cleveland
For the Not So Idle Rich, Sun Valley Is the Place to Ski and Skylark
A New Mayor (Heads) Is Elected, the Old One (Tails) Leaves
To Jill and Leon Uris, 'Our Marriage Is Like the Melding of Two Generations'
His Sexual Comedies Travel So Well That Alan Ayckbourn Is the New Bard of Avon Ladies
Sri Chinmoy Writes, Paints and Holds Out Hope of a Path to Paradise
CB Is Ready, and Bill Fries Is Its Johnny Cash-in with Convoy
Does a High I.Q. Mean Happiness? Dr. Pauline Sears Says Yes
For Star Trek Freaks, Chuck and Sandy Keep the Enterprise Sailing
Photographer Karsh Salutes a World He Hoped as a Boy to Enter—Medicine
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