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updated 06/06/1983 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 06/06/1983 01:00AM

ON THE COVER 84
Return of the Jedi marks the last of Princess Leia, but Carrie Fisher, 26, sees her life after Star Wars as a chance for growing up

UP FRONT 26

Presidential son Michael Reagan races boats over long distances, but he can't bridge the gap between himself and the White House

Debra Winger finds a new officer and gentleman—Nebraska Gov. Bob Kerrey

Joan Rivers is the main course when Frank Sinatra, Brooke Shields, Roger Moore, et al. turn out at a Friars Club dinner for Liz Taylor

Enduring anger in his victim's hometown blocks California killer William Fain's parole

JOCKS 41
Actions speak louder than words for basketball's towering Moses Malone

TUBE 45
Meg Bennett plays two roles—writer and actress—on The Young and the Restless

MEDICS 49
When it comes to safety, Grand Prix medic Dr. Sidney Watkins is the racer's edge

ARTS 53
Frederick Shrady carves a niche for himself as the first American sculptor with a work in the Pope's gardens

COUPLES 59
Kathleen Townsend, RFK's eldest, is the breadwinner in the house she and husband David share

LOOKOUT 67
Tony award nominee Karla Burns makes waves on Broadway as Showboat's king-size Queenie

ON THE MOVE 68
Robert Sweetgall is into the final leg of his 10,500-mile run around the country

CONTROVERSY 71
After a $5.9 million judgment against Phil Donahue's TV company, Willow Cramlet finds her son

SEQUEL 78
Funnyman Dudley Moore is playing it straight as a concert pianist

TEACHER 80
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Beth Smith trains Americanized Mary Poppinses at Nanny Inc.

STAGE 82
Broadway's Torch Song Trilogy is no drag for Tony hopeful Harvey Fierstein

IN HIS OWN WORDS 91
Ex-dealer Remar Sutton tells car buyers how to avoid getting ripped off in the showroom

GOING HOME 100
It took Indiana, Pa. a whole weekend to celebrate Jimmy Stewart's glorious 75th birthday

MAIL 2

PICKS & PANS 9

Dabney Coleman makes a summer splash in an NBC sitcom, Buffalo Bill, and Dolly Parton takes country to London in an HBO concert

Young Matthew Broderick helps make WarGames an entertaining anti-nuke movie

Gore Vidal's freewheeling novel Duluth has little to do with the city beside Lake Superior

A two-LP retrospective celebrates the soulful sound of Jackie Wilson

TAKE ONE 25

PEOPLE PUZZLE 74

STAR TRACKS 77

Phyllis Diller bushwhacks Tom Selleck

Alexander Solzhenitsyn laughs at last

Bianca Jagger gets a sheepskin

CHATTER 104

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