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updated 12/06/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 12/06/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST

ON THE COVER 42
On location in Dallas, Larry Hagman celebrates his fame and fortune—and J.R's TV remarriage of convenience to Linda (Sue Ellen) Gray

UP FRONT 48

Madison Avenue's got the beat as The Who and other rockers tune in to corporate sponsorships

Patti Linebaugh avenges her granddaughter's murder by leading a crackdown on child molesters

COPING 57
On the eve of his 70th year in showbiz, comedian Milton Berle tells how to face old age with a smile

HEIRS 61
That new girl in town on Little House is Michael Landon's daughter Leslie

BIO 68
When it comes to military spending, Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's cry is "Damn the deficits! Full speed ahead!"

ARTS 81
Forsaking the New York scene for Monet country, Joan Mitchell puts new life in Abstract Expressionism

MONEY 93
Manhattan's top after-hours dive is Jon Simon's Bowling Club, where Gere, Zappa and Bowie slum

IN HIS OWN WORDS 101
Immigration expert Lawrence Fuchs discusses the ins and outs of a timely, explosive issue

COUPLES 113
With Falcon Crest's Shannon Tweed in residence, marriage is being mentioned in Hugh Hefner's hutch—but not by Hef

STYLE 124
Iceland's Tom and Hanna Holton want you to pull their wool over your eyes

GALLERY 126
At 88, photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue is one of France's national treasures

JOCKS 137
Long-distance running a lonely sport? Not for Karen Cusack and her sightless partner, Joe Pardo

PAGES 143
Shirley Conran fabricates a sexy best-seller with her first novel, Lace

ON THE MOVE 149
Husband Christopher Stone and her triumph in E.T. are two reasons that Dee Wallace is delighted

CONTROVERSY 155
Riled over race records calling her "colored," a Louisiana woman goes to court

LOOKOUT 159
College scholarship researcher Dan Cassidy

SONG 160
Nashville's latest sensation, ranch hand Karen Brooks, is no rhinestone cowgirl

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 12

Kirk Douglas plays a Holocaust survivor in NBC's Remembrance of Love, and CBS offers Johnny Cash and Andy Williams in two early Christmas specials

The Kennedy family's former chauffeur, Frank Saunders, peeks into the lives of the political clan in his book Torn Lace Curtain

Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell, Waylon and Willie, Hall and Oates—four records offer a wide range of choice for music fans

Monsignor is a sinful film in more ways than one, and its star, Christopher Reeve, is less than super

Children's books this season include contributions by Roald Dahl and Christopher Isherwood

PEOPLE PUZZLE 110

STAR TRACKS 118

Diane Keaton doesn't want to be in pictures

Linda Ronstadt turns pedal pusher

Britt Ekland sings a new romantic tune

Liza meets Treat Williams

Ali MacGraw paws Sam Peckinpah

CHATTER 162

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