Issue: April 29, 1974
From the Symbionese Liberation Army to Jan (James) Morris's sex change, to enduring folk singer Joan Baez, this issue offers a nostalgic look back into the times and turbulence of the 70's. What an amazing era that was! Celebrities in this issue include Joan Baez, Bruce Dern, Jan Morris, Caddie Eddie McCoy, Cheech & Chong, Sally Struthers, Patty Hurst, and more.
Up Front: The shadowy structure of the Symbionese Liberation Army - Admiral McCauley prepares to sweep the Suez - Gloria, the cockpit streaker - The country's leading prosecutor convicts Tony Boyle
Jocks: Caddy Eddie McCoy who mastered the Masters for Gary Player
Off the Screen: Bruce Dern - born to star in Gatsby
In Her Own Words: Jan Morris explains why she changed her sex
Star Tracks: Betty Hutton - The Kissingers - David Bowie - Otto Preminger and son - Julie Christie
On Stage: Cheech and Chong score big in youth culture comedy
To the Top: Gary Davidson - two sports conquered, one to go
Lookout: Boy scientist Glenn Jones - Playwright-parolee Miguel Pinero
Out of the Pages: Andes survivors recall their ordeal
A story of cannibalism, but of faith and bravery too
Bio: Joan Baez - a voice of conscience still sings
Sequel: There's a new Marilyn Monroe autobiography...
Over the Tube: Sally Struthers struts her stuff
Condition: Good. Minor handling wear, some age-related yellowing around outer edges of pages, edgewear, small stress tears near the staples on the binding edge (magazine is intact, the cover is not loose). Blemish on front cover to right of lips (see photo). Pages clean and unmarked.