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updated 06/04/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 06/04/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 40
After a year in a Hawaiian drug-rehabilitation center, Griffin O'Neal confronts his mixed feelings toward his father, Ryan, and the habits of a Hollywood high life that nearly destroyed him

UP FRONT 46

Texas patriots and Gary Foreman square off in a new siege of the Alamo

An 18-year-old brings a revered name back to baseball as Roberto Clemente Jr. tries to make the majors

Out of public view, America's leading artists and authors, including John Updike and E.L. Doctorow, throw a party in New York to honor their own

OLYMPICS 53
Record holder Jarmila Kratochvilova loses her chance for gold medals as Czechoslovakia withdraws from the Games

SCREEN 57
Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall fire up Sixteen Candles

TOP 61
A West German hairdresser sells a barnyard cure for baldness: Get licked by a cow

COPING 62
Helen Kushnick grieves for her 3-year-old son Sam, a victim of AIDS

IN HIS OWN WORDS 71
Economist Joseph Pechman claims a "flat tax" would make the bottom line fairer

ARTS 79
In the obscurity of lower Manhattan, Richard Hambleton paints his basic black shadows for galleries from L.A. to Europe

FOOD 85
Justin Henry, Ahmad Rashad and six other celebrity judges licked themselves silly to find the best ice creams in the U.S.

STYLE 96
Brigitte LeBlanc peddles frankly fake bijoux to such 24-karat names as Streisand and Stallone

MOVED 103
She's not yet 4, but Regina Federico is an old hand at beauty pageants

ON THE JOB 110
The hottest four-wheelers around are Jay Lambert's stagecoaches, made entirely by hand

BODY 113
Robert Haas serves up a diet for champions with his best-seller, Eat to Win

PAGES 117
Don McCaig herds in flocks of readers with his dog story, Nop's Trials

HEIRS 123
Drugs, booze and sex derailed her early, but now Tippi Hedren's daughter Melanie Griffith has her life back on track

SONG 129
Parodists Sandy Pinkard and Richard Bowden find their groove on country music's flippant side

TROUBLED 133
Sadly, it's bye-bye birdie for the dusky seaside sparrows

TRIBUTE 137
In his 35 years, Andy Kaufman made a lot of people laugh—and think

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 11

David Letterman brings rare imagination to the small screen; competitor Alan Thicke doesn't

Harrison Ford returns as Steven Spielberg's adventuresome archaeologist, Indiana Jones

Leon Uris again uses the Middle East as a setting for his fiction in The Haj

Barbara Mandrell's Clean Cut is an understandable title; but Joe Cocker, Civilized Man?

On the home music video front, David Bowie and Phil Collins battle for position

TAKE ONE 39

STAR TRACKS 99

Tom Selleck spikes one

Norman Mailer saves Tammy Grimes

The offspring of John Wayne and Ronald Reagan see red

Christopher Reeve goes to a BYO-booth party

PEOPLE PUZZLE 134

CHATTER 144

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