Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jul 25, 1983
Vol. 20 No. 4
July 25, 1983
Outrage Over Drunk Driving
Across America, Grieving Survivors Band Together to Fight a Menace That Kills More Than 22,000 on U.S. Highways Each Year
Jaws 3-D Is the Great White Hope for a Resurging Fad That May Again Go Belly-Up
For Liz and Dick, the Show Doesn't Always Go On, but Offstage Their Private Lives Sizzle
Vicki Morgan Is Buried, as Rumors of Scandal Stretch to the White House Gates
At the Movie Studio Commissaries, the Elite Eat to Meet and '5 Stars' Means a Crowded Table
Wendy O. Williams
Bold, Brash and Braless, Rock's Bad Girl Reveals a Surprising Offstage Life and Past—Would You Believe She Was a Brownie?
Who's to Blame for the Nation's Poor Schools? Teacher Union Boss Mary Futrell Says Reagan's the One
Holy Cheesecake! Is This Scene Saucy, Sensible, Sacrilegious—or Nun of the Above?
Madeline Kahn of Manhattan Is Now on a Santa Fe High and That Town's Blithest Spirit
Being Bad Is Wicked Fun for Superman's Seducer
Christina Onassis Takes on Some Heavy Problems with a Little Help from Her Russian Ex-Husband
With An Air That's More T-Shirt Than Stuffed-Shirt, Gerard Schwarz Brings Brio to 'Mostly Mozart' Summer Concerts
Parker Stevenson's Evolution from Hardy Boy to Villain Is Just What Kirstie Alley Ordered
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