Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 01, 1981
Vol. 15 No. 21
June 01, 1981
Fighting to Save the West, Ansel Adams Takes His Best Shot at Watt of Interior
Agostino Cardinal Casaroli, the Vatican's 'divine Diplomat,' Fills in for His Patron Pope
An Authority on Terrorism Offers a Chilling New Theory on the Shooting of the Pope
When It Comes to Exercise LPs, Comely Carol Hensel Has a Leg Up on the Competition
David Gockley Thinks Opera Shouldn't Be Too Grand and Can't Be Too Showbiz
Wary of a Bob-Tail Nag, a German Town Wants to Pasture This Trojan Horse—elsewhere
Still Bad Old Boys to Some, the Gatlins Ride Roughshod Over Country Music
The Youngest U.S. Treasurer Ever Is Banking on a Family Tradition
Ex-Ballplayer John Beradino's No-Hit Days Are Over: He's Starred 18 Years in 'general Hospital'
The Burt & Angie and Marvin & Carole Show Is Closed, and the New Duo Is Bacharach & Sager
With Dates Like Sinatra Junior Melissa Sue Anderson Is Outgrowing Her 'little House'
How Do the Friars Roast Burt Reynolds? Blue on the Inside, but Tender Is the Bite
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