Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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May 30, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 21
May 30, 1977
Bunker Hill Gets Belatedly Avenged on British Turf—by Texan Bunker Hunt
For the Son-in-law Who Has Everything, a Surprise Posting to the Court of St. Jimmy's
That Blur at the Brickyard Is Gentleman Johnny Rutherford, the Defending Champ at Indy
Joan Crawford a Suicide? Doris Lilly Recalls the Star's Haunted Last 18 Months
'Gone with the Roots'? Bookstore Owner Jane Wingert Finds a Publisher's Error Worth Thousands
Jean Shrimpton, the Famed Face of the '60s, Sits Before Her Svengali's Camera One More Time
Broadway's Divine Ms. M's—merman and Martin—combine for a Once-in-a-lifetime One-nighter
Stand Your Ground but Don't Be Pushy, Assertiveness Trainer Gloria Harris Tells Women
Naura Hayden Says She Has the Answer to the Energy Shortage: Would You Believe a Milk Shake?
In the Up-and-down World of Bronco Riding, a Buster Can Wind Up a Bustee
Is This a Sitcom We See Before Us? No, It's Esther Rolle of 'good Times' in 'macbeth'
A Superman or a Nut? No, Says Karl Thomas, He Just Needs An Annual Adventure
Natalie Cole Is Only the King's Kid; Lou Rawls Is After His Throne
Are Those Folds in the Cloth Fabrication, or Has Christ Shown His Face in Shamokin?
Richard Cragun and His Boss Marcia Haydee Are Ballet's Dream Team
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