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May 28, 1979
Vol. 11 No. 21
May 28, 1979
By Horse, Thumb, Scooter and Roller Skate, Gasless Hollywood Keeps on Truckin'
For a 'passionless Presidency,' Feelings About Jim Fallows Run Pretty High in the White House
Lynda Bird Robb Returns to the White House Wearing a New Hat: Women's Advocate
When Avon Called, Kathy Switzer Gave Up the Marathon to Organize Women's Racing
Impoverished by Her Ex-Husband's Murder, Jane Dubs Fights for Diplomats' Forgotten Wives
Melissa Sands Has Now Married the Man Who Qualified Her to Found 'mistresses Anonymous'
Cheer Up: a Distinguished Anthropologist Says Optimism Is Vital to Human Survival
The Man Who Built the World's Largest Roller Coaster Enjoys Life's Ups and Downs
Gospel's Oak Ridge Boys Find a New Energy Source: Country
The Hot Paris Cooking School Isn't, Sacrebleu!, the Cordon Bleu, but Anne Willan's La Varenne
Firemen Go Through Hell for John Romero and That's Just How He Wants It
Two Years After His Dolphins Were Kidnapped, Dr. Louis Herman Is Working Again with New 'students'
Mike Davis, 13, Is One Ham Who Knows How to Act—his Quick Thinking Saved Three Lives
Daniel Barenboim: a Worldwide Career, a Wife's Tragic Illness
Satirist Ray Stevens Turns Barry Manilow on His Musical Ear
Don Prudhomme Has Made 'king of the Drag Racers' a Respectable and Lucrative Title
If You Can't Lose Weight During Sex, Try the Bronx Diet—the Same Zany Mind Dreamed Up Both
Barbara Hershey Drops Her Hippie Past and a Name, Seagull, and Her Career Finds Wings
The Panther's Pinked, Strangelove Estranged: Peter Sellers Gives Up on Wife No. 4, Lynne Frederick
This Is a Life-Sized Portrait of a Million-to-One Miracle: the Survivor of An Abdominal Pregnancy
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