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May 18, 1981
Vol. 15 No. 19
May 18, 1981
In Bobby Sands, the I.r.a. Finds a Martyr—and His Family Finds a Hero
L.a. Has Always Had Screwballs, but Only Fernando Valenzuela's Has Dodger Fans Shouting 'ole!'
For Ruby Lee Piester, the First and Last Word on Adoption Is 'confidential'
Forest Fire Fighters Call Mark Cummins' Foam a Snow Job, but It May Save Lives
Margaret's Fave Guitarist May Be Keith, but Pierre Trudeau Digs Liona Boyd
Mary Avara, a Censor Who's Been Censored, Rates the New Freedom in Films Pg—'pure Garbage'
For Years, Stephen King's Firestarter Was Wife Tabitha; Now She Burns to Write, Too
In the Reaganaut Assault on the Economy, David Stockman Is Spreading the Word, but George Gilder Wrote the Book
An Aspiring Hollywood Heavyweight, Jennifer Jason Leigh Lands a Fat Role as An Anorexic
Rome's Gianni Bulgari Hangs the Right Stuff Around the World's Richest Necks
With Her Husband Jailed for Betraying the C.i.a., a Spy's Wife Fights to Come in from the Cold
The Lesson in Jearl Walker's Sledgehammer Histrionics Is That Physics Doesn't Have to Be Boring
Faith Stewart-Gordon, a Carolinian Who Once Didn't Know from Borscht, Is Czarina of the Russian Tea Room
Crossovers Are Old Stuff for Grover Washington; He Fused Even Before George Benson
A Hippie-Run Ambulance Corps Does Its Thing in the Bronx's Poverty-Ravaged 'fort Apache'
She Suffers from Cerebral Palsy, but Kathleen Barrett Takes Flight as Crusader for the Handicapped
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