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Oct 03, 1977
Vol. 8 No. 14
October 03, 1977
Once Her Keeper, Now Her Friend, Janey Jimenez Tells of Patty Hearst's Trials
Employment Is Up, Murder Is Down—and Mayor Coleman Young Has Detroit on the Rebound
Niki Lauda Has Driven to Hell and Back to a Second Grand Prix Crown
Ma Bell's Good Samaritans Help the Handicapped with Their Technical Wizardry
Kristy and Jimmy McNichol and Their 34-Year-Old Mom Are Their Own Family Hour
While Wasting Away in Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett Finds a Wife Worth His Salt
Sister Marijane Ryan Finds Harmony in Navajo Land by Helping Handicapped Children
Can't Get There from Here? Don't You Believe It, Says Lars-Eric Lindblad
A Gatlin Gun Named Larry Is Country's New Hotshot
'If I Were a U.S. Senator,' Says Panama Chronicler David McCullough, 'I Wouldn't Know How to Vote'
Caviar? Beluga! Champagne? Dom Perignon! Chocolate? Kron's the Word!
Four Years After Busing Began, Headmaster Jerome Winegar Keeps the Lid on South Boston High
Three's Company? Audra Lindley and James Whitmore Find Seven Grandchildren Just 'Bully!'
TV Reporter Betty Rollin Turned a Deadly Brush with Cancer into a Big Book and a New Life
Amelia Earhart, 25, Learns to Fly Just Like Her Famed Great-Aunt
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