Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 07, 1982
Vol. 17 No. 22
June 07, 1982
Forty Years Later, U.s. Master Spies—from the French Chef to the Fashionable—come in from the Cold
After a Proud Moment, Sophia Loren Flies Off to a Harsh Homecoming
Captured in the Falklands, An Argentine Captain Is Unmasked as a Torturer
Stars, Starlets & Star-Struck: All the World Comes to Cannes to Watch Movies and One Another
No One Needs to Be Shiftless This Summer, Thanks to Lilly Pulitzer of Palm Beach
Thomas Thompson Talks About the Last Barrier to Celebrity—writer's Block
A Catholic Priest in Beirut, Father Ibrahim Ayad, Is Loyal to God, the Pope and the P.l.o.
When Union Boss Chuck Bertani Went Undercover, He Found Heavy Traffic in Sex and Drugs
Is Author Alex Haley Losing His Rooters? in Kunta Kinte's Old Town, the Answer May Be Yes
Jiggles and Giggles Are Out as Blue-Collar Betty Thomas Hitches a Ride on 'hill Street'
Not All of Anza, California Is Shook Up, Though Scientists Predict a Quake
Artist Nancy Burson and Her Age Machine Are Making People Old Before Their Time
He's No Swimmer, but One 8-Month-Old Knows a Better Way
Is the Home Run Act of Slugger Jeff Ledbetter Polished Enough for the Pros?
Sculptor George Segal's Model Commuters Are a Study in Terminal Patience
English Rock Invades the U.s.a. Again, by Way of Asia
A Defiant Farmer Goes to Jail for a Principle That Is No Mere Hill of Beans
Arnold Schwarzenegger Conquers as Conan and Maybe as a Kennedy in-Law
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