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Jan 16, 1978
Vol. 9 No. 2
January 16, 1978
In Showbiz, the Celebs with a Nose for What's New Say the New High Is Cocaine
The Fed Gets a Small-Town Boy Who Loves Opera, Hates Smoking and Rules a Corporate Giant
When Amy Carter Tries Out Skis, She Understands Why Daddy Has Trouble with Poles
Eric Hoffer at 75 Is Still 'Just Shooting My Mouth Off'
Dan Haggerty Lives to Tell a Tale More Grisly Than Any in His Adams Series
Be It Ever So Humble, There's No Act Quite Like Bolcom & Morris, Troubadours of the 19th Century
It's No Vacation for Sir Peter and Lady Ramsbotham in Uneasy Bermuda
When a Kid Goes Wrong Judge Betty Ann Weaver Tries Some Unusual Therapy: Jail
Jackie O's Cousin Edie, Once a Famous Recluse, Now Finds That Life Is a Cabaret
Any Great Man Should Be Content with a Single Boswell—but Now Samuel Johnson Has Another
If Dry Hustle Sounds Kind of Dirty, You Should Hear the Talented Sarah Kernochan's Songs
Dr. Arthur Levin's Hospital Offers Sick Arabs T.l.E.C—tender, Loving and Expensive
Ralph Nader Is Still Her Friend, Says Joan Claybrook, but If So, Does She Need Any Enemies?
A New Wife, a Shot at the Super Bowl—for Craig Morton, It's All This and Heaven Too
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