Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Nov 07, 1977
Vol. 8 No. 19
November 07, 1977
The Rock Road Claims Another Tragic Victim: Ronnie Van Zant of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Band
A Black Doctor Tries to Bind Up South Africa's Racial Wounds—and Is Jailed
All That Glitters—on Broadway and Again on the World Stage—is Golda
Affluent, Educated and Deadly, Terrorist Shock Troops Are Laying Siege to West Germany
Victoria's Britches Were Fit for a Queen—or Two
Prof. Robert Williams Has Written An I.Q. Test for Blacks That Isn't Jive
One of the Navy's Crack Parachutists Is a Petty Officer Named Linda
In Sorrow and Anguish, a Denver Priest Leads His Flock Out of the Episcopal Church
The F.D.A. Warns Women About Estrogens, and Medical Researcher Barbara Seaman Explains Why
With His Talking Tombstone, John Dilks Gives Everyone a Chance to Have the Last Word
Is This Any Way for Grownups to Make a Living? Yes, for Muppet Masters Jim & Jane Henson
With a Defender Like Gossip Guru Nigel Dempster, No Wonder Margaret and Charles Flee to the U.S.
Miki Gorman Started Jogging in 1969; Now, at 42, She Is One of the World's Best Marathoners
Funny Business in Washington? Depend on Art Buchwald to Get a Laugh Out of It
450 Mennonites Thought Texas Was Their Promised Land; Now They May Lose All They Own
Out of the Ashes of the Holocaust, Simon Wiesenthal Is Stalking 'the Angel of Death'
Florence Mars Recalls Her Anguished Role in Solving the Civil Rights Murders in Philadelphia, Miss.
Why Take the Kids to Disneyland? Bobby Sherman Has It All in His Own Backyard
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