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Dec 01, 1980
Vol. 14 No. 22
December 01, 1980
A Senate Family Wages Its Toughest Campaign with Down's Syndrome
With Malice Toward Dallas, a Radio Serial Pokes Fun at the Ewings
Did Colonel Parker Take the King for a Ride? A Lawyer for Elvis' Daughter and Sole Heir Says Yes
Ernest Hemingway's Long-Ago Crush on a Venetian Girl Is Once Again the Talk of Italy
Andrew Carnegie's Fortune Goes to Honor Those Who Risk Their Lives to Save Others
Claudia Weill Steps Up to the Big Leagues of Hollywood Directing with a Hit Aptly Titled 'It's My Turn'
Jourdan Doesn't Just Mean Shoes: Charles Iii Designs Stores for Papa, Dior and Saint Laurent, Too
Dr. Savitri Ramcharan's Study Indicates That the Pill Is Safe, but She Warns, 'The Last Word Isn't In'
Lacy J. Dalton, the New Diva of the Down-and-Out, Turns Her 'Hard Times' into Country Hits
To Make You Well, High or Happy, Dr. Andrew Weil Has a Secret Weapon—His Plants
Young, Talented and All Female: That's the Unusual Primavera Quartet
Finally, Jerry Rubin Trusts People Over 30, Especially Wife Mimi Leonard and His New Wall Street Pals
The Hotel Oloffson Is a Haitian Hideaway for Celebs and Adventuresome Tourists
You Can See It but Radar Can't: a Former Dentist Helps Develop the 'Stealth' Bomber
After Stardom and Scandal, Ingrid Bergman Tells 'My Story'
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