Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Nov 08, 1976
Vol. 6 No. 19
November 08, 1976
That Beautiful Gerber Baby Is Now 49
At 79, Fibber Debuts on TV
Six Murders, Six Mysteries—and Their Killers May Never Be Known
The Athens Belly Dancer Loves Spiro Agnew, but Some Greek Legislators Don't
30 TV Stars Run, Stroke, Shake and Ache for the Glory of Their Networks—and Big Bucks Too
King Kong Wins When Artists Decide to Liver It Up
Dr. J. Is $3.5 Million Richer but Says His Trade to Philadelphia Left Him Feeling 'Tarnished'
She Can't Play An Instrument or Even Carry a Tune, but Jo Walker Is a Country Music 'Star'
'A Higher Force' Is the Tenth Member of Maurice White's Ascetic Earth, Wind & Fire
Ex-postmaster General John Gronouski Gives Lessons in 'the Fine Art of Compromise'
Life for Author Han Suyin Has Been a Sometimes Hard but Always Many-Splendored Thing
Walters and Reasoner, Ho-hum: Chet Curtis Lives with His Co-anchor, Natalie Jacobson
A Grand Rapids Surgeon Restores Hands Twisted by Arthritis with Silicone Implants
American Cities Are No Longer Dropping Dead—So Says New Orleans Mayor Moon Landrieu
When Dr. Camuti Makes House Calls, He Often Finds His Patients Under, Not In, the Bed
Billy Jack Goes Filming at the White House to Save Tom Laughlin from the Poorhouse
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