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Apr 25, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 16
April 25, 1977
A Checklist of This Week's Noteworthy Tv Shows, Books, Movies, Records and Other Happenings.
Death Row, U.s.a.—the Five Women Living Here May Be Running Out of Time
The Secret Word Is Chris Evert, as the Women Pros Gather for a Few—very Few—laughs
Leapin' Lizards! Orphan Annie Bounces Back on Broadway! Arf!
The White House Beckons, but Jack Carter Would Rather Shovel Soybeans in Georgia
When Farrah's Out in Public, Even Trips to the Powder Room Become a Tactical Problem
Who Wears the Pants, Joyce or Milton Brothers? That's the $64,000 Question
A Competitive, Arrogant Boozer? Robert Shaw Takes a Third Wife, Has a Tenth Child and Reforms
Ding Dong, the Wicked Witch Is Alive and Selling Coffee
Eureka! Here's One Diet Expert Who Says, 'eat What You Like—but Change Your Life-style'
Sonia Sheridan's Students Produce X-for-xerox-rated Work in Her Copy Machine Art Class
Whether Dinner for 12 or a $400,000 Blast, Milton Williams Gives a Hostess the Mostest
For Campers, Gliders and Frisbee Fans, Three New Spring Flings
Who's on Top in Hollywood? Only Joyce Haber's Exercise Man Knows for Sure
Sonny James's One-gig Group Cut 'in the Jailhouse Now'—and That's Where They Were
Dr. Roy Runs a Medical Dynasty in Kansas, and Other Menningers Are Following
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