Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 25, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 8
August 25, 1980
Millionaire Rod MacArthur Is Looking for Geniuses with an Open Mind and Pocketbook
Monaco Confirms the Split, Caroline Mists Up and Junot Takes Off with His 'Secretary'
Birch Bayh Hopes to Make a Campaign Delicacy Out of a Hot Potato Named Billy Carter
Jane Powell Can't Quit, Bowie Can Act, Namath Sings, Critics Sting—This Summer, the Stage Is Everybody's Thing
To Restaurant Owner, Bon Vivant and Poet, Steve Stone May Soon Add 'Baseball's Best Pitcher'
Anxiety, Alcoholism, Affairs: They're Often Evidence of Men's Middle-Aged 'Metapause'
Maybe Talk Used to Be Cheap, but Gordon Liddy and Ralph Nader Now Fetch $3,000 a Night
Life Isn't Always a Barrel of Fun for Robin Sindorf, the First Female Rodeo Clown
Best-Selling Mordecai Richler Found There Was Room at the Top for a Montreal Ghetto Kid
Want to Save Face (Yours)? Try Romana De Vries' Cosmetrics to Exercise Away Sags and Wrinkles
Even Prayer Couldn't Make the JoJo Starbuck-Terry Bradshaw Union a Marriage Made in Heaven
Sam and Judith Pisar Meld the Disparate Worlds of Cage and Kissinger in Their Marriage
After Growing Up at Versailles, Barbara De Portago Has Become the Sun Queen of New York Society
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