Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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May 17, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 19
May 17, 1976
One Year After Saigon's Fall, Eight Ex-p.o.w.s Try to Cope with a Changing U.s.
A Woman Has Never Raced in the 500—now Janet Guthrie Vows 'in at Indy'
Givenchy's Thank-you Show at the Waldorf Proves He Is Still Le Grand Hubert
A Howard Hughes Heir? Melvin Dummar Tries to Convince Himself—and Others—that His Good Fortune Is Real
Round-the-world Records Are So Much Fun That Pam Sarnoff Does It Again
John Steinbeck's Widow Revisits the Land Her Husband Called 'the Pastures of Heaven'
Just Like the Movie, a Young Scientist Predicts An L.a. Earthquake
Don't Shoot This Piano Player: Bobby Short Is the Debonair King of Supper Clubs
Goodbye, Columbus: the Severins Are Trying to Prove the Irish Discovered America
Music, Not Love, Keeps Fleetwood Mac Together: It's Three Splitups and One Big Hit
The Jolliest Green Thumb in America Belongs to Tv Gardener Thalassa Cruso
Pretty U.s. Jailbirds in Mexico Dance for Exercise, Fun And—maybe—freedom
After a Psychiatrist Counsels a Pro Football Team, They're Offended and He's Defensive
At 88, George Abbott, A/k/a Mr. Theater, Is Feted by His Broadway Babies
A Preacher Packs a Bus to Keep the Lifeline Open Between Florida Prisons and Home
Can You Make a Wolf Shake Hands? Bill Brisby Teaches a College Course on the Subject
Carol Wald Paints a 'new Spirit of '76' to Accompany Those Gents with Fife, Drum and Flag
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