Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Feb 23, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 7
February 23, 1976
This Case of Waxy Buildup Marks the Debut of Tony Orlando-Tony Orlando and Dawn-Dawn
Nick Thorne Tackles the Tough Task of Keeping the Peace in the Sinai
Triumphant in a New Aida, Leontyne Price Says, 'This Season Is a Crossroads for Me'
Criminologist Bob Martinson Offers a Crime-Stopper: Put a Cop on Each Ex-Con
Dr. Goldiamond Beat His Handicap—Now He Helps Stutterers Beat Theirs
For Bruce Hanks, a Dead Ringer for Abe Lincoln, the Bicentennial Proves a Bonanza
Arline Thomas, the Gentle Birdlady of Queens, Keeps 'em Flying
Norman Rockwell, Beloved Painter of Homespun America, Is Going Strong at 82
Charles King's Students Learn the Pain of Prejudice by Enduring Some of It
Bob Dylan Spotted Scarlet Rivera on the Street, the Rest Is Rock History
Dick Benjamin & Paula Prentiss: Their Sunshine Boy Is the Baby Who 'Made Us Grow Up'
Bill Buckley Parlays a Short C.I.A. Career and a Gift for Gab into a Best-Selling Spy Novel
Movie Moppet Gigi Perreau Doesn't Miss the Glitter at All
Lady Bird Turns on That Old Texas Charm and Wows the Audience in Her Concert Debut
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