Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jan 29, 1979
Vol. 11 No. 4
January 29, 1979
A Nice Guy Who Finishes First, Iowa's Gov. Bob Ray Could Be the Next 'jimmy Who'
Among the Great Retreats from Moscow Now Count a Bored, Lonely and Cold Christina O
Her Tales of White House Life Head for Tv, but Lillian Parks Knows How to Keep a Secret
Despairing of Talk, Rhodesian Rebel Leader Joshua Nkomo Puts His Faith in Bloodshed
The Flaxenburg Family Pulls the Wool Over Our Shoulders with Its Pricey Sheepskin Coats
Thanks to Josef Zawinul, Jazz-Rock Boasts the Only Infallible Weather Report
Headache or Masterwork? Either Way, Albert Einstein Was Robert Berks' Most Monumental
Stan Lee, Creator of Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk, Is America's Biggest Mythmaker
That's Not a Heavy Date but the 280-Lb. Husband of Jan Todd, the World's Strongest Woman
Why Take a Cold Shower When a Nippy Bath Will Do?
Lauren Bacall Tells Why She Wrote the Sometimes Bitter Truth About Bogie, Frank, Jason and Hollywood
On Bravado and a Few Bucks, Londoner Richard Wrigley Goes Around the World—twice
Carter, Mad at Billy, Takes It Out on Me, Bella Complains
Playgirl Marjie Wallace Meets Playboy Michael Klein: the Outcome Is Ring, Baby and Bliss
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