Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 13, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 23
June 13, 1977
Fame Wraps Its Arms Around Brother Billy and So Far He Says Only 'squeeze Me Harder'
When the Laughter Stopped at the Beverly Hills, a Pair of Comedians Kept Panic from Raising the Death Toll
There Are 110 Stories in the Naked City's Tallest Building—and George Willig Knows Them All
Allman Comes Alive: Gregg Has a New Lp And, While He and Cher Are Split, a Companion
Lt. Uhura of 'Star Trek' Recruits for Life in Space
Students Running Their Own School—Is It Anarchy or a Lesson in Justice and Morality?
He May Stand on Two Knees for Tammy, but C&w Fans See George Jones as a Giant
Self-exiled Ali Mazrui Tells the U.S. About Africa—and Africa Listens Too
With a Bible, a Rifle, a Trusty Mount (and Occasionally a Truck), a Circuit-ridin' Preacher Hits the Trail
Having Writ, the Authors Move On—for Some Tub-thumping at This Year's Booksellers' Bash
Women in Neurosurgery Are Rare: This One Even Heads the Department
Wisconsin Women Are Turned Off by a Judge Who Insists They're a Turn-on
Joan Ganz Cooney Built 'Sesame Street' and Now She Ventures Down Some New Artistic Avenues
Mark Tendler Isn't Just Pulling Kitty's Leg—they're Wrestling's Romantic Tag Team
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