Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 20, 1977
Vol. 7 No. 24
June 20, 1977
A Five-time Murderer Prowls New York by Night, and Vows He Will Kill Again
Nick Nolte Comes Out of the Deep to Muck with the Dog Soldiers
Storm Warnings Are Up for Hyman Rickover, and Ex-protege Carter May Not Heed His Mayday
Got a Lousy Backhand? Change Your Life, Not Your Grip, Urges Tennis Guru Tim Gallwey
Will Tinkering with DNA Produce Supergerms and Cloned Monsters? Scientist Herbert Boyer Says No
Ann & Mike & Nancy & Roger: the Sisters Wilson and Brothers Fisher Make Heart Beat
Interracial Love in the Afternoon? Tv Soaps Aren't Ready for It, Tina Andrews Finds
Prime Time Is Mime Time for the Married Robots Shields & Yarnell
The Guns Are Quiet in Lebanon and Dr. Samuel Asper's Hospital Can Stand Down at Last
At Alabama, the Tireless Troxells Double Their Fun (and Triumphs) as 'the Tarzan Twins'
Moviemaker, Multimillionaire, Dabbler in Causes: Marathon Man Max Palevsky Tries to Slow Down
George Washington Died in 1799 and Guess What? He's Still Got Secret Service Protection
The Gyalwa Karmapa Meditates on the Ways of the West at the Founding of a U.s. Buddhist Center
Now Carrie Fisher Will Have to Title Her Autobiography 'daughter of Star Wars'
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