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Mar 19, 1990
Vol. 33 No. 11
March 19, 1990
In This Issue
A Paladin of Publicity Bows Out in Grand Style
Malcolm Forbes Owned Castles and Yachts, Ran with Bikers and Movie Stars, and Almost Proved His Maxim: "He Who Dies with the Most Toys, Wins"
A Truce Is Broken in Selma with the Dismissal of a Black Superintendent of Schools
A Defiant Widow Leads Nicaragua Beyond Its Tarnished Revolution
College Star Hank Gathers Dies at the Height of His Powers
The Furs, the Gowns, the Jewels, the Yacht, the Dough—Can She Leave the Trumped-Up Life Behind?
An Ozark Architect Stays Home in Arkansas to Build Chapels, Houses and a Big Reputation
Like Her Avonlea Character, Spunky Sarah Polley Loses Her Mother—and Carries on with Life
Neil Patrick Harris Finds a Winning Rx in Doogie Howser
Blue Velvet's David Lynch Views Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern Through a Lens Darkly
The Pine Creek Cookhouse Serves Very Haute Cuisine—but You Have to Ski It to Believe It
Gordon Henderson's Affordable Designs Are Making Him Fashion's Man for the Woman Who Works
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