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Gallery January 1979

Interview
"Dr. Anthony Pietropinto: A Frank Talk About How Men Relate to Women Sexually".

Face to Face
Paul Ehrlich by Willem Oltmans.

Ten years ago, biologist and environmentalist Ehrlich caused an international sensation with his book, The Population Bomb, in which he cited the need for a severe cut in the world's birthrate. His latest works, The Race Bomb, about black-white conflicts, and Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment, are similarly attracting attenion everywhere. Ehrlich is a professor of biological sciences at Stanford University.

Features
"The American Woman From Kinsey to Now" by Rhoda Koenig.

The first Kinsey Report, which appeard some thirty years ago had shocking things to say about women -- mainly that they'd had a lot more pre- and extramarital sexual experience than anyone cared to believe. But how far has the American woman come since that startling report sparked this country into acknowledging her sexual identity?

"Mistakes Women Make With Men" by Carole Altman.

"The Fold-Out Girl -- A History of teh Centerfold" by Jerry Bowles.

"The New Woman" by J.S. Weill.

"To Each His Own -- The Psychology of Sexual Preference".

Models

  • Linda Bardot photographed by Len De Lessio
  • Pamela Francis C. (cover and inside)
  • Rhonda Baler photographed by Hans Larsson
  • Photos by R.K. Alflen.

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    Gallery February 1979

    Interview
    Hugh Prather You may not recognize his name, but chances are you are among the millions who have been influenced by his best-selling book, Notes to Myself.

    Profile
    "Linda Ronstadt: America's Sex Valentine" by Al Aronowitz.

    Face to Face
    Dr. Robert Yastrow by Willem Oltmans.

    Yastrow, 53, is director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and the author of numerous books, the latest of which, If The Sun Dies, reached the best-seller list. In Yastrow's work he deals with computers on a daily basis. They play the leading role in his vision of the future.

    Features
    "How the Mafia is Destroying the FBI" by Tony Scaduto.

  • Joe Valachi
  • Frank "El Bompo" Bompensiero
  • Gino Gallina
  • Sam Giancana
  • Frank Chin
  • Vincent Papa
  • Anthony Villano
  • "The New American Hero" by Mel Shestack.

    "What Should a Man Keep Secret From a Woman?" by Susan Toepfer.

    "Strange Vacation" by Dean Latimer.

    Models

  • Joyce Slate photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Jeannette Perlen photographed by Bruce Stez
  • Photos by John Justin.

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    Gallery March 1979

    Interview
    "Jack Anderson: A Talk with America's Number One Muckraker".

    Face to Face
    Professor Jose M.R. Delgado by Wilem Oltmans.

    Delgado is a world-famous neurophysiologist. Formerly, he taught at the Yale School of Psychiatry. At present he is leading a research team at the Universdad Autonoma in Madrid in his native Spain. Delgado's principle field of study is the human brain.

    Features
    "Power & The Powerless" by William Hoffman.

    How Utility Companies are Keeping You in the Dark.

    "The Beautiful Shave" by Ray Bradbury.

    "Love is a Many-Sided Thing" by Merle Molofsky and Susan Merlino.

    "The Overhead Menace: Accidents in Space" by Albert L. Huebner.

    "My Son, the Champ" (Michael Rossman) by Tom Hauser.

    Light-Heavyweight boxing champion.

    "Down & Knocked Out" by Tom Hauser.

  • Chuck Wepner
  • Jimmy Ellis
  • Jimmy Young
  • Duane Bobick
  • "Finnegan's Law" by Maurice Zolotow.

    Models

  • Andree Lynn (cover and inside) photographed by Bruce Setz
  • Lise Vanette photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Pamela Cort photographed by Siwer Ohlsson

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    Gallery April 1979

    Interview
    Flo Kenedy: One of America's Most Outrageous Women".

    Face to Face
    Urho K. Kekkonen by Willem Oltmans.

    When it comes to dealing with the Kremlin, President Urho K. Kekkonen of Finland has more experience than any living statesman. He has been head of state for twenty-two years and is a preeminent political leader in the world.

    Features
    "The Kent State Massacre: Blood on Whose Hands?" by Charles Thomas.

    "The Average American Man" by Robert Sheckley.

    "A Sense of Humor -- The Best Aphrodisiac" by Susan Toepfer.

    "The Next Bridge You Cross May Be Your Last" by Tony Scaduto.

    Models

  • Heide Renk photographed by Peter Kent
  • Suzan L. (Linda Ronstadt look-alike) (cover and inside)
  • Judy Warren photographed by Bruce Setz
  • Nai Bonet photographed by Norman Mosallem

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    Gallery May 1979

    Interview
    "Chuck Berry: A Talk With One of the Kings of Rock 'N' Roll". The singer/composer of classics like "Johnny B. Goode," written over twenty years ago, is still rockin' and rollin' strong at the age of fifty-two.

    Face to Face
    Takeshi Watanabe by Willem Oltmans.

    Watanabe is former president of the Asian Development Bank and current president of the Trilateral Commission in Japan. This Commission was founded by David Rockefeller, Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Cyrus Vance, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Harold Brown, Michael Blumenthal, and other U.S. political leaders are members and close associates of the commission.

    "Psychic Phenomena" by Donald Newlove.

    A serious journey into the world of the paranormal.

    "Divorcing: a Man's Diary".

    "A Guide to Cults" by Eric Norden.

    "The Business Woman's Lunch" by J.S. Weill.

    Models

  • Julie Kopp photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Bonnie Merieux (cover and inside) photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Judy Michaels

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    Gallery June 1979

    Interview
    "Richard Lewis: Essence of a Young Comic -- Ri Le".

    Face to Face
    Lord Chalfont by Willem Oltmans.

    Chalfont, former cabinet minister and foremost specialist on military matters in the United Kingdom, is a military contributor to the London Times. He is of the opinion that more and more weapons render humanity less and less safe.

    Features
    "The SLow Dying of the American Army" by Richard A. Gabriel.

    "Do Scientists Believe in God?" by Isaac Asimov.

    "Tiger Tank" by Janwillem van de Wetering.

    "Overcoming Shyness" by Janet Gardner.

    Models

  • Grace Webber photographed by Leslie Turtle
  • Marcy MacLeod (cover and inside) photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Kaene Leila photographed by Michael Legg

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    Gallery July 1979

    Interview
    Dick Williams by Nils A. Shapiro.

    Features
    "The Crate" by Stephen King.

    "How to Reawaken the Romance in Your Relationship" by Katherine Rice and Peter Frishauf.

    "The JFK Assassination".

    Models

  • Adrienne Mandie photographed by Siwer Ohlsson
  • Loy Martin photographed by Siwer Ohlsson

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    Gallery August 1979

    Interview
    John Ritter How does it feel to be Suzanne Somers' roommate?

    Face to Face
    Aurelio Peccei by Willem Otlmans.

    Peccei, a former director of Flat and president of Olivetti, is a founder of the Club of Rome, the only private, worldwide lobby. Where the Trilateral Commission aims at bringing the U.S., Western Europe, and Japan closer together, the Club of Rome, with the recent membership of China, has become truly international.

    Features
    "The Hushing of America" by Joseph Treaster.

    "Next Time the Phone Rings, Think Before Picking It Up, It Might Be a...Dead Call" by William F. Nolan.

    "Coming On! The Right and Wrong Ways to Meet Women" by Joyce Brown.

    "Stop Covering Up the Real You" by Carole Altman.

    Models

  • Doreen Tracy (Mousekette) photographed by Alan Blumenthal
  • Peggy Benjamin (cover and inside) photographed by Marv Gittel
  • Gunilla Lindstrom photographed by Peter Flodqvist

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    Gallery September 1979

    Interview
    "Bill Winpisinger: America's Labor Firebrand". The tough, outspoken leader of the Machinists and Aerospace Workers Union rages about an America that has become a "corporate state." He says the country is being controlled by the major corporations -- "the enemy" -- who have stolen your rights as a citizen.

    Face to Face
    Professor Jermen M. Gvishiany by Willem Oltmans.

    Gvishiany is vice chairman of the Committee of Science & Technology of the USSR Council of Ministers, which examines all foreign commercial and industrial deals. He is married to Ludmila Kosygin, daughter of Prime Minister Aleksel Kosygin.

    Features
    "Sexual Alternatives in the 1980's" by Suzanne Felzen.

    "How the CIA Planned the Drugging of America" by Walter H. Bowart.

    Did Timothy Leary and the CIA work hand in hand to create the "turn-on, tune-in, drop-out" drug culture of the Sixites? Or was Leary a pawn in the CIA's ruthless attempt to deceive America's youth?

    "The Born Again Soldier" by Paul Garson.

    "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" by Frederick Poole.

    Models

  • Sigrid Dachauer (cover and inside) photographed by John Peirre Bourgeois
  • Gloria Cruz photographed by Siwer Ohlsson

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    Gallery October 1979

    Interview
    "Carroll Baker: Baby Doll Grew Up".

    Face to Face
    Indira Gandhi by Willem Oltmans.

    Gandhi, a former prime minister of India, is the daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru.

    Features
    "Countdown on America" by J. David Truby.

    "The Day the United States Invaded Mexico" by Karl Hess.

    "Can Men and Women Be Just Friends?" by Jay Molishever.

    "Fall Fashions Go Lean but Not Mean" by Barbara McGinniss.

  • Jim Brown
  • Larry Wilcox (CHiPS)
  • Photos by Marv Gittel, Peter Flodqvist and Jean-Pierre Bourgeois.

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    Gallery November 1979

    Face to Face
    Franz Cardinal Konig by Willem Oltmans. Konig, an Austrian, was put in charge of the Papal Secretariat for relations with nonbelievers by Pope John XXIII. It was Konig who became the principal arcitect of Vatican relations with Eastern Europe, resulting in the recent visit by Pope John Paul II to Poland.

    Features
    "Environmental Alert" by Jane Bayer.

    "Nuclear Waste" by Albert L. Huebner.

    "Hard Driver" by Orson Scott Card.

    "Are You Sure You Want to Live Together?" by Geri Bernstein.

    Models

  • Catherine Robertson photographed by Jean Pierre Bourgeois
  • Patti "Pepper" Burke photographed by Siwer Ohlsson

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    wish list Gallery December 1979

    Interview
    Cardinal George McLain Would you like to stop supporting Washington? Then join the Universal Life Church. But first read this interview with a very unusual plumber.

    Face to Face
    Sam Nunn by Willem Oltmans.

    Nunn, Junior Senator from Georgia, is a major voice on military matters on Capitol Hill. His influence reaches beyond his service on the Armed Services Committe. The Nunn-Jackson Amendment resulted in the Western European nations carrying a greater share of the burden of U.S. Forces in Europe.

    Features
    "Give Us Each Day Our Daily Dose" by Jerry Shields.

    The U.S. chemical industry is poisoning the land we till, the aire we breathe. For "progress" and profit, these companies are determined.

    "The Turn-Ons of Yesteryear" by Bernard A. Drew.

    Daring in their day, the pulps may be gone but they're not forgotten.

    "The Twelve Days of Christmas" by Ben Stone.

    Anytime is a good time to show your feelings to the woman you love.

    "The Single Excursion of Caspar Last" by John Crowley.

    "Focus on Siwer Ohlsson" photos by Siwer Ohlsson.

    Photos by Alex Edwards.

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