Table of Contents

updated 03/15/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/15/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST

On the Cover 104
Richard Burton jets into London to celebrate Elizabeth Taylor's 50th birthday, and rumors of a romance take the cake

Up Front 24

As American money and military "trainers" assist its embattled government, El Salvador struggles toward crucial elections

With a little encouragement from the Osmonds, stars fall on the ski slopes of Park City, Utah

Singer Harry Chapin gave away a fortune in charity, and now his widow's might and concerts by friends sustain those worthy causes

Heirs 39
For TV actress Cathy Silvers and her dad, Phil, it's happy days

Bio 43
As Shakespeare's prime villain, Iago, Christopher Plummer is the hero of this Broadway season

Trouble 55
The plots are worthy of his novels, says Graham Greene of the judicial chicanery he's unearthed in the south of France

Host 61
In Reagan's Washington, Tony Greco's Maison Blanche is "the hot shots' hot spot"

To the Top 69
In-laws David Frizzell and Shelly West make names for themselves in country music

Discovery 76
With What's What, nomenclature sleuths Reginald Bragonier and David Fisher hope to stamp out "thingamajigs"

In Her Own Words 88
Florence Rush decries the ways society is turning children into sex objects

Losers 97
Grammy nominee Frank Kappler discovers you can't win 'em all

Jocks 102
High jumper Debbie Brill has a baby, but motherhood hasn't kept her out of the pits

Tube 113
After seven prosperous years in a sitcom, Pat (Schneider) Harrington still takes life One Day at a Time

Couples 119
Gerald and Lee Durrell stalk the world's rarest animals for their Jersey zoo

Mail 4

Picks & Pans 10

William Shatner returns as an ABC cop while ex-Partridge Susan Dey becomes a surrogate mom on CBS

Genius at Work chronicles the productive "retirement" of Alexander Graham Bell

Affability pulls Jimmy Buffett through his LP Somewhere Over China

Peter Ustinov again rounds up suspects as Agatha Christie's arch detective, Hercule Poirot, in Evil Under the Sun

American Impressionist Theodore Wores is celebrated in a traveling exhibit

Star Tracks 83

Rod Stewart might well ask, "Do ya think I'm foxy?"

The Sugar Babies chorus knocks out Sugar Ray Leonard

Milton Berle plays it straight with son Bill

Tony Randall and Jack Klugman establish a pecking order with Ed McMahon

Easter is magical for Charlene Tilton

People Puzzle 110

Chatter 122

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