Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 07, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 22
June 07, 1976
They Sell Horses, Don't They? Not the Spectacular Way Mike Nichols Does It
Want to See President Ford? First, You'll Have to Convince Richard Cheney
Spain's Winsome Queen Sofia Admits: 'i Guess I'm Just Square'
Heavens to Betsy and by George! Have Foreman and Frazier Wigged Out?
Hot Under the Collar About Taxes, Artist Ted De Grazia Sets Fire to a Fortune in Paintings
Don Hoodes Has the Answer to Blue-collar Blues—run the Plant Like a Country Club
The Prime Minister of Besieged Rhodesia: 'no Bugger on Earth Can Tell Smithie What to Do'
After Her Star Was Born, Janet Gaynor Gave It All Up for Art
For '76 National Park Visitors, Gary Everhardt Has More to Say Than 'don't Feed the Bears'
Music Man Robert Boudreau Takes More Than 76 Trombones Up and Down Mid-american Rivers
It's Love on the Sports Page: Terry Bradshaw & Ice Skater Jojo Starbuck
The Sport of Kings? It's the Knaves That Ex-jockey Dick Francis Writes Thrillers About
And Now, Norfolk, Nebr., the Star of the Class of '43...heeeere's Johnny!
Leonard Arnold Is Called 'doctor' or 'lawyer' or Even 'benedict'
Unknown Roger Mosley Scores in 'leadbelly,' but He's Got the Blues Over Its Distribution
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