Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Apr 24, 1978
Vol. 9 No. 16
April 24, 1978
Fly the Friendly Skies with Sinatra? He Takes a Group to Israel, His Way
'What Would Hubert Have Done?' Muriel Asked Herself—and Then Turned Down the President
Roger Blaha Has the Fever—he Looks and Dances Like Travolta, Now He Wants to Live Like Him
She Gave Up Townsend, but Princess Meg Seems Determined to Hang on to Her Roddy
First Novels Are Big Risks, but the Odds and Gods Seem to Favor These Four Women
Betty Ford Bravely Faces Up to the Strains and Pains That Have Produced a New Problem: Drugs
Chicago and a Non-Doubting Thomas Turn Out to Honor Phil Donahue's 10 Years of Intelligent Tv
Dr. George Archibald Dances with Cranes So Their Tribes May Increase
'divorce Without Marriage' Suits Today's Life-Style, Argues Attorney Marvin Mitchelson
An All-Female America's Cup Crew? Joan Eadie Asks, Why Not?
Guy Lafleur May Be the Flower' to His Montreal Teammates, but to Hockey's Playoff Opponents, He's One Sharp Thorn
Fame, Tragedy and Fame Again: Jerry Lee Lewis Has Been Through Great Balls of Fire, Otherwise Known as Hell
Dr. Betty Faber Studies the Lowly Cockroach and Finds It Both Maligned and 'pretty'
Is Lucian Freud's Relationship with Mother Odd, or Is It Art?
For Best Supporting Actress with a Foot in Her Mouth, It's Vanessa Redgrave
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