Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Oct 05, 1981
Vol. 16 No. 14
October 05, 1981
Five Families Recount the Horror All Parents Fear—a Child Who Vanishes
On D-Day at Diablo Canyon, It Was Jackson Browne If by Land and Robert Blake If by Sea
Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Their Troubles to Benefit Central Park—and 500,000 Fans
Johnny Unitas Gets Thrown for a Loss by the N.F.L.
Sterling Seagrave Stirs a Grim New Debate Over Biochemical Warfare
Studio 54 Swings Again and So Does Former Owner Steve Rubell—Sort of
Dr. Richard Mahler Tests a Promising New Weapon in the Battle Against Diabetes
Ann Jillian Finally Can't Kick—Her Showbiz Career Is More Than 'Making a Living'
The Mother of 'All My Children,' Agnes Nixon, Gives Birth to a Prime-Time Irish 'Roots'
The House of the Two Gablers Helps Decide What Johnny Can't Read in Texas Schools
With Strings Attached, the Juilliard Quartet Wishes Itself a Happy 35th Birthday
Rosella Shapiro Declares War on Muggers with Designs to Hide Savings for a Rainy Day
His Prices Are Sky High, but Decorator Carleton Varney Lights Up His Clients' Lives
Classroom Innovator Ron Jones Has Made a Career of Grappling with Challenges Others Shirk
Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks Tries on a New Hat: Going Solo
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