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D Magazine July 1979

BOOKS True Confessions

Two autobiographical books I wish I’d written.
By Jo Brans

FAMILIES Rural Route

Memories of an attempt to get back to the land.
By Jo Brans

Flakes

By Tom Stephenson

For the Record

Help for the novice who wants good sound – and for the expert who wants great sound

HOW WE GOT AMERICAN AIRLINES

Oh, somewhere people are laughing, and somewhere children shout, but there is no joy in the Big Apple: American Airlines is moving out.
By Rowland Stiteler

How We Made the Christmas Catalogue a Success

All it took was luck, cunning, and serendipity.
By Stanley Marcus

JULY UP FRONT

By D Magazine

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MURDER IN THE FAMILY

The trial and punishment of Lucinda Stout
By Jim Atkinson

PUBLISHER’S PAGE

By Wick Allison

RESTAURANTS Dining Out

Prime rib downtown; health food on Lovers Lane; seafood on Oak Lawn.
By D Magazine

Revolution in Sight

The video disc may change your television-watching habits completely.
By D Magazine

Strike It Rich In Oil

With the little-known U.S. government lottery for oil and gas rights and a bit of luck, you can
By D Magazine

THE CITY Exhibition Games

The only way to save Fair Park is to make what’s there irresistible.
By Charles Matthews

Through the Years with His and Hers

Nothing established the Christmas catalogue’s reputation for opulence better than these gift ideas.
By D Magazine

Thumb Awards

By D Magazine

WINE The Grape and the Near-Great

Some pleasing alternatives to the over-priced “great” wines.
By ELMER RAY SPURR