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Apr 28, 1980
Vol. 13 No. 17
April 28, 1980
A Mellon from Pittsburgh Gives His Life and Fortune to Help the Poor of Haiti
The Crossed Fingers Worked, but Then Meryl Left Her Oscar in the John
Larry Wilcox Busses His New Bride, but 'chips' Co-Star Erik Estrada Gets a Kiss-Off
A Little Girl Is Reunited with a Hostage—her Doll
Get Thee to a Utility? Enterprising Nuns Strike Gas on the Grounds of Their Convent
Another Nun in Mufti, Carolyn Farrell, Is the Female 'hizzoner' in Iowa's Dubuque
What's a Nice Jewish Boy Doing as King of the Bongos? Explains Martin Cohen: 'i Was Never Nice'
Jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. Is Winning His Battle of the Bulge and Record Prize Money Too
Cosmetics Queen Mary Kay Delivers a Megabuck Message to Her Sales Staff: 'women Can Do Anything'
Eight Isn't Enough for Betty Buckley After the Liberation of Hangin' Loose Off-Broadway
This Is No Tall Story: a New Book Claims Your Height Can Affect Your Job, Salary & Life
Red Skelton Isn't Clowning Around When It Comes to His Paintings—they Fetch $40,000 Per
Situation Normal, All Fowled Up—and a New York Official Gets 25,000 Chickens to Give Away
Blindness Was No Obstacle to Singing 30 C&w Hits, So Now Ronnie Milsap Wants to Try Tv
While Husband Seth Marks Her Absent, Shirley Hufstedler Attends to the Birth of D.o.e.
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