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updated 02/25/1980 at 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/25/1980 01:00AM

On the Cover 58
Liz and Halston just love her new man, and with a little push from her latest pal and TV co-star Goldie Hawn, Liza Minnelli wants to seal her third marriage with a kid

Up Front 20

As George Bush, Ted Kennedy and Howard Baker et al have learned, the 23 voters of Dixville Notch, N.H. are hard to please

George Jones and Tammy Wynette create the Nashville equivalent of a Beatles reunion

Christopher Boyce—the CIA betrayer depicted in The Falcon and the Snowman—escapes from prison

Jocks 35
Olympic hurdler Willie Davenport tries for another gold medal—this time on a Lake Placid bobsled run

Medics 39
The toothsome credits of orthodontist Budd Rubin include Michael Jackson, Janet Leigh, Dick Smothers and Jill St. John

Sequel 43
A scoop-hungry police reporter gets his man—reclusive author J.D. Salinger

Couples 49
With co-stars like John Ritter and Howard Cosell, how long can fame elude actress Anne Archer and actor Terry Jastrow?

Inventors 57
Robert Crossley guarantees silent nights with a collar that mutes but doesn't strangle snorers

Spirit 66
The 102nd Archbishop of Canterbury is a scholarly Liverpudlian named Robert Runcie

On the Stage 70
After Lady from Dubuque bombs, playwright Edward Albee tries to make it with Lolita

In His Own Words 80
Abscam disturbs him, but former Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox urges America not to forget its nobler side

Host 84
Bob Norden wouldn't let a bomb close down George Washington's favorite restaurant, Fraunces Tavern

Bio 86
Egypt's First Lady Jihan Sadat is the Rosalynn Carter of the Middle East

Crime 95
The almost Faulknerian Johnston clan is tried for murder in Ebensburg, Pa.

For a Song 100
Rock's racy new sister act is ex-Runaway Cherie Currie and her twin, Marie

Mail 4

People Picks & Pans 8

It's old home week on TV for O.J. Simpson, Barbara Eden, Charlie Brown and Dorothy Hamill

Art for children: Jamie Wyeth illustrates his mother's book of animal adventures

The Fog creeps in with all the joys of horror films, menacing the likes of Adrienne Barbeau, Hal Holbrook and John Houseman

Nuclear power is good for, if nothing else, a triple LP featuring opponents James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen, Chaka Khan and Jackson Browne

Star Tracks 74

Miss Piggy goes Bo one better—to 11

Jane Birkin & her Serge: banned again

Leif Garrett's at the mercy of the court

Laurence Olivier introduces his son

Cornelia Sharpe eyes Omar Sharif

Joan Baez marches on Cambodia

People Puzzle 92

Chatter 102

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