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May 08, 1978
Vol. 9 No. 18
May 08, 1978
'I Didn't Want the Divorce,' Says Cornelia Wallace, Now 'Learning to Live Again'
Kidnap Cop Elio Cioppa Takes Aim Against Italy's—and What He Fears Will Be the World's—no. 1 Crime
This Is Fleetwood Mac's First Album for Love Not Money: John's Remarriage
An American Student Is Jailed in Israel—was She a Dupe or Working for Al-Fatah?
'Holocaust' Is Over, but Michael Moriarty Must Still Live with the Aftershocks
After Decades of Pumping Iron and Accruing Gold, Jack La Lanne at 63 Is Singing for His Succor
An Elegant Woman Publisher Has a New Beat: Guarding Press Freedom in the Americas
Natalie Cole Loves Her Husband, Preacher and Producer; Luckily They're All Marvin Yancy
What Heart Surgeon Eugene Dong Wants to Transplant Next Is the Medical Establishment
Baryshnikov, the Travolta of High Culture, Wows Women Onstage, Onscreen—and Off
Twice as Many Women as Men Are Addicted to Drugs and Alcohol, Warns An Expert
Tom Sexton Wants More Magic in Our Lives but Exposes the Bogus Hocus-Pocus
Nina Herrmann Had a Calling in Tv, but to Truly Reach People, She Became a Chaplain to the Sick
Strawberry Torts? An Old Star of 'dobie Gillis' Fetes the Rise of Lib at Harvard Law
A Haunting Necessity Was the Mother of a Rockaby Baby Life Tote
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