Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 28, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 25
June 28, 1976
When Big Wheel Donald Rumsfeld Tries Out a Little Wheel the Outcome Is in the Balance
For Soldier of Fortune Gary Acker, a Luckless Road Runs Out in Faraway Angola
Some Just Plains Folk (class of '41) Gather to Say, 'welcome Back, Carter'
Gayle Warning: Crystal Is Storming Up the Charts Like Her Sister, Loretta Lynn
The Newest Lady in Richard Burton's Life Is a 9-year-old Named Merlin
Should Four Sisters Have the Right to Choose Between Their Real and Foster Mothers?
Cardin Gowns, Towels, Wine, Chocolate, Etc.—it's the Growing Empire of Lucky Pierre
Five World Records in Five Days: That's the Edge Kornelia Ender Will Take into the Olympic Pool
Grateful East Africans Call Flying Surgeon Michael Wood 'ngoma (doctor) with Wings'
If Ben Gazzara Gets Hung Up, the Analyst Is Always In: It's His Wife, Janice Rule
An Ex-street Gang Hood, Now on the Bench, Urges a Better Deal for Juvenile Offenders
When the Oregon Governor's Wife Entertains, the Victuals Are Sure to Be Homegrown
Gossip Aside, All Work and No Play Makes Jenny Agutter a Star of 'logan's Run'—and the Future
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