Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Apr 07, 1980
Vol. 13 No. 14
April 07, 1980
A Tale of Two Envoys: In Jerusalem a Special Passover, in Cairo a Chill
A Wisconsin Judge's Death Raises a Troubling Question: Was He a Victim of the Press?
Hey, I'll Swap Ya a Stargell for a Steinem! A Sister Team Creates Female Trading Cards That Flip the Kids
Braving Cries of Protest, Bob Giaimo Tries a Balancing Act on the U.S. Budget
After 15 Nowhere Years, The Whispers Make a Noise—but Is It the Wrong Kind of Hot Rock?
Science Has No Explanation for the Leading Killer of Babies, Only a Name: S.I.D.S.
Young (Larry Bird) and Old (Paul Silas) Are Put Through the Hoops in the Playoffs
Adrift from the Starship and Out on Her Own, Grace Slick Is Hitting the Road for Her Album
A Top Woman Pianist, Martha Argerich, Nearly Gave Up Her Steinway for Steno
All the Bars to Laughter Are Down as Michel Serrault Mihces His Way Through La Cage Aux Folles
For Sale: $15 Million Estate, Needs Work—Call Beverly Hills' Star Realtor, Elaine Young
Physicist J. Richard Airey Is No Sci-Fi Buff, but His Lasers Are the Stuff Death Rays Are Made Of
Former Playmate Barbi Benton Is Heels Over Head in Love with Tycoon George Gradow
Shattered When His Parachutes Failed, Roger Reynolds Refused to Accept Life as a Cripple
A Toledo Romeo Is Cruelly Stung by a Phantom Love He Never Even Met
As a Wrist Wrestler, Cleve Dean Hogs Attention; As a Farmer, He Attends the Hogs
Howard Fast's Many Sides: a Born-Again Yankee, Blacklisted Best-Seller
Prince Alfonso Hohenlohe Plans His $1,000-a-Day 'Club Med for Millionaires'
Kiss What? Polly Holliday's True Grits Are Positively Decorous Compared to Flo
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