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Oct 13, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 15
October 13, 1980
Thunder on the Right: An Unholy War Breaks Out Over Evangelical Politics
The Gambler? It's Kenny Rogers Suiting Up with the Steelers
Dead 25 Years, James Dean Is Given a Touching Hometown Tribute by Nostalgic Fans
He Risked His Life to Leave Russia; Now Simas Kudirka Faces Trial in His Adopted U.S.
Terry Fox's Cross-Canada Run Is Over, but His Countrymen Still Respond with Money and Love
Garson Kanin and Ruth Gordon Agree That Disagreeing Keeps Them Together as Man and Wife
With His Book on Tofu William Shurtleff Hopes to Bring Soy to the World
Rock's Latest Tragedy Costs Led Zeppelin Its Keeper of the Beat, Drummer John Bonham
At 56, Lee Marvin Is Cooling Out in Tucson—Between Wars
A Senator's Wife Licks Her Political Nemesis: Stuttering
Everyone's Wild About Harry's, the Fabled Bar in Venice That Arrigo Cipriani Commands
What Happens When Three Young Men Find Out They're Triplets? It's Not as Simple as 1-2-3
Cathy Lee Crosby Seems the Perfect Host: She Has Taken Risks All Her Professional Life
Chevy Chase Celebrates His Unbirthday While Helping to Peddle a Million-Dollar Manse
England's New Virginia Woolf? Some Say It's Maggie Drabble
For a Dallas Photography Buff Shooting Male Pinups in the Altogether Has Been a Raw Deal
Gerry Stutz Is Hardly Just Window Dressing at Bendel's—She Owns the Store
The Skynyrd Tragedy Behind Them, Rossington Collins Now Plays 'Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere'
Tattoo and His Bride Begin Their Marriage with a Plea: 'We Are as Normal as Anyone'
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