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Oct 30, 1989
Vol. 32 No. 18
October 30, 1989
In This Issue
Celebrity Kids Haul Out Their Finest Halloween Hijinks for a Charity Fashion Show
A Bitter Battle Erupts Over the Last Hours of Martin Luther King
The Queen's Cousin, Pregnant and Unwed, Cozies Up to the Press but Gets the Big Chill from the Palace
Mourning Monty Python Lays to Rest Silly, Brave, Unique Graham Chapman
Growing Pains's Julie McCullough Tries to Bury Her Bare-All Past
One Name, One Album, One Goal: Cool Hand Martika Believes She Is Destined to Be a Princess of Pop
Good Ol' Charlie Brown Is About to Turn 40 (Good Grief!), but His Kindly Creator Still Finds Happiness in Working for Peanuts
A Moving New Book Helps West Point '66 Bind the Wounds of War and Changing Times
The Widow of a Slain Rebel Leader Looks Back in Anguish After the Failed Coup in Panama
It's a Jungle Out There, So Savvy Buyers Let Elysa Lazar Guide Them on Their Shopping Safaris
Newhart's Mary Frann Takes a Holiday from the Inn to Advise Single Women About Married Men
A Therapist Who's Been There Urges Sympathy for the 'Other Woman'
Too Late for Tsar Wars, Aliens Visit the U.S.S.R.
A New York Upstart Puts a Smile on the Face of Fashion
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