Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jul 28, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 4
July 28, 1980
William F. Buckley Jr. Braves the High Seas, in His Fashion, with Champagne & Scarlatti
Though He Killed One Man in the Ring and Disabled Another, Gaetan Hart Won't Stop Punching
Is It Over for the Princess and Her Playboy? The Palace Maintains a Puzzling Silence
You Can Fool Most of the People Most of the Time, Finds Outdoor Muralist Richard Haas
A Swede Who Once Lived Five Months in the Jungle Runs a Spartan Spa for the Stars
Just When He Needed a New Hustle, Disco Promoter Hank Berger Saw a Sign from on High
The U.S. Hockey Team's Cinderella Story Continues at Mark Johnson's Wedding
Author Desmond Morris Is Nosy About Turtles but Even More Curious About the Mammal Man
If the Strange Words Above Look Familiar, You May Be a Victim of Dyslexia
Ralph Waite Risks a Wad on a Wino Flick and Is Eased Out of 'The Waltons,' yet Comes Up Beaming
At 80, Xavier Cugat Finds Another Latin Lovely to Take the Place of Abbe Lane and Charo
A Psychology Professor Gives Evidence That Bad Samaritans Are a Thief's Best Friends
Trauma Surgeon Jeff Towles Saved Vernon Jordan from 'The Biggest Wound I've Ever Seen'
Lipps Inc., Disco's Littlest, Oddest Conglomerate, Turns Minneapolis into An Unlikely 'Funkytown'
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