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Oct 10, 1977
Vol. 8 No. 15
October 10, 1977
Labelle Lance Is Surely Not the Typical 'Don't Get Mad, Get Even' Washington Wife
Christina Onassis Hasn't Lost a Stepmother and $26 Million: She's Gained Control of Her Life
His Neighbors Welcome Home Gordon Liddy—Broke, 30 Pounds Lighter and Still a Sphinx
Render Unto Caesar and Coca the Things That Are Wackiest: They Return, 23 Years Later
Pull the Shade, Lock the Door: Your Privacy Is Still Threatened, An Expert Warns
It's Professor Sly Stallone, Among Other Volunteer Lecturers, at a Unique Hollywood 'College'
Ever Seen a Living Legend? Birmingham Says These Women Are
What's It Like to Fall 3,600 Feet with Failed Parachutes? 'My Life Really Did Pass Before Me'
Lord Kenneth Clark at 74: 'He's in the Evening of His Life, but It's Still Well Lit'
The English Channel Is 21 Miles Wide: Neal Watson Will Try to Swim Seven Times That Far—Underwater
Lawyer Ellis Rubin Unveils a Startling New Murder Defense: Not Guilty by Reason of Kojak
Model Beverly Johnson Weds Businessman Danny Sims and Gets a Svengali in the Bargain
Evel Knievel Could Get Four Years for the Literary Opinions He Expressed with a Baseball Bat
Tired of Smoke-Filled Rooms? Larry King Has An Answer—the Ashtray That Inhales
The Cadet Who Resigned to Fight the West Point Honor Code Joins the Long Gray Line—Again
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