Table of Contents

updated 01/21/1980 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 01/21/1980 AT 01:00 AM EST

On the Cover 53
Steve Martin hits with his Hollywood comedy conglomerate and real-life leading lady, Bernadette Peters, but—excuuuse me!—would his feet be happier in Aspen?

Up Front 20

A British expedition to Nepal finds startling new evidence of the Abominable Snowman

Playboy's nude photos make Suzanne Somers raw—and sympathetic

Afghan rebel leader Syed Ishaq Gailani vows to turn back the Russian invaders

Young Joe Kennedy spearheads his uncle's Iowa campaign, but thinks there is more to life than politics

Naturalist Joy Adamson, author of Born Free, is found dead in Kenya

Jocks 33
When Joe Greene (of Sunday's Super Bowl) says he's not mean, don't argue

In Her Own Words 37
Meet the new Fannie Farmer: California cooking teacher Marion Cunningham

For a Song 42
The Police ride a new wave—reggae-rock—with a lead singer named (ouch!) Sting

Inventors 48
Marilyn Monroe and Janis Joplin might have survived, Dr. Garry Porter maintains, if his OD cure had been available

Out of the Pages 59
Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong judge the Supreme Court in a landmark book

Over the Tube 63
Ann Wedgeworth thought Three's Company was a comedy—until she was axed

Couples 67
Dorothy Benham has gone from Miss America to Mrs. as the wife of Pittsburgh hockey star Russ Anderson

On the Stage 72
Opera star Teresa Stratas is through with conductor Zubin Mehta, but not with love

Bio 76
Critics once thought Mary Calderone was for the birds (and the bees), but the world-famous sex educator has proved a convincing advocate

Lookout 86

Architectural preservationist Jean Parker

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

Arts 90
Andrew Wyeth has found a new home in Carolina and a new friend in Arthur Magill

In Trouble 96
Whaddya mean, no more Bert Parks? Johnny Carson leads a grassroots insurrection

Mail 4

People Picks & Pans 10

Suzanne Pleshette is brilliant in a TV movie as a working wife whose husband cracks up

Bob Mackie, who gowns the likes of Cher, tells women how to dress "for glamor"

Old faves like Aerosmith, Natalie Cole and George Jones bounce back on the record racks with new style

Steven Spielberg squanders $33 million plus and John Belushi on 1941

With Earplay, National Public Radio proves that there is drama without moving pictures

Star Tracks 74

Jean-Paul Belmondo and Mstislav Rostropovich are fathers of the brides

John and Liz Warner cool out in Gstaad

Jane Fonda perspires for equality

Holland's Prince Claus goes over the hill

Tom Brokaw loosens up for Woody Allen

People Puzzle 92

Chatter 98

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