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Aug 17, 1981
Vol. 16 No. 7
August 17, 1981
Revisiting Middletown: 50 Years Later, the American Family Is Alive and Well in Muncie, Ind.
Lynn Redgrave Fights for Her Job Over An Issue Close to Her Heart: Breast-Feeding
The Second Season Finally Begins, and None Too Soon for An All-Star Lineup
Psychologist Grace Martin Finds a Revolutionary New Mother's Helper—the Sound of the Baby Crying
Having Paid the Piper, at 71, Carmine Coppola Calls His Own Tunes—As Well as Son Francis'
This Is a Fish Story: Mike Weiner's Wreck Charts Aren't Meant for Treasure Hunters
A Congressman Makes His Own Epilepsy a Campaign Issue to Break the Old Taboos
Is Your House a Holy Mess? Sandra Felton Suggests Ways to Get a Clean Start
Ladies Long for Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital, but Rick Springfield Wants 'Jessie's Girl'
Reuben Mattus Scooped the Competition with His Pricey and Nonsense-Named Haagen-Dazs
Some Women Would Tell Eric Weber to Buzz Off, but Men Are Buying His Line on Picking Up Girls
With His Fifth Marriage, Ernest Borgnine Finally Has a Face-Saver: Wife Tove
Sometimes the Murder Victim Is Guilty, Says Court Psychiatrist Otto Bendheim
These Days Broadway Showman Gregory Hines Is on Tap—Even for Hollywood Roles
Will Kathy Rinaldi, the Youngest Winner at Wimbledon, Leapfrog Over the Rest at the U.S. Open?
Their 'Cruel, Crazy Love' Never Died, Says Maya Ruiz-Picasso of Her Father and Mistress Mother
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