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updated 06/11/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 06/11/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 102
In a cheerless new book, author Bob Woodward chronicles John Belushi's losing struggle with drugs, but the comedian's widow, Judy Jacklin, says the writer failed to capture the man

UP FRONT 40

For Medal of Honor holder Walter Ehlers, the bittersweet memories of D-Day linger after 40 years

Susie (wife to Sonny) Bono and Persis (Star Trek) Khambatta both hope to capture India's most notorious outlaw—on film, that is

An exuberant Gloria Steinem celebrates her 50th with fellow celebrities at a Waldorf birthday gala

OLYMPICS 53
Handsome heavyweight Henry Milligan is out to prove Princeton can produce a prize pugilist

SCREEN 57
Although wet behind the ears, Leonard Nimoy directs his fellow actors and aliens in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

CONTROVERSY 61
The issue of race—there's more than meets the eye in Councilman Mark Stebbins' recall victory

HAPPY 65
Mimic Clarence Nash celebrates Donald Duck's half century

TEACHER 73
Yale psychiatrist James Comer helps rescue inner-city schools by teaching the kids how to behave

TOP 83
Texas nun Sister Bernadette raises money by breeding miniature horses

SCENE 91
A bullish Gary Busey tackles the role of football coach Paul (Bear) Bryant

INVENTORS 101
Phil Baechler stays on the move with his son, thanks to Baby Jogger

SEQUEL 119
Seven hundred years later, Hans Dobbertin "solves" the Pied Piper mystery

MAIN STREET 122
Bones Lionberger's store may have the world's most bizarre junk

SONG 125
Judy Dlugacz has her all-woman company, Olivia Records, on a roll

STYLE 128
Karl Lagerfeld lays claim to the French fashion throne

IN THE MONEY 133
He was a slow starter, but Tom Hopkins finally made millions by peddling the art of positive selling

TUBE 141
When Anne Baxter checked into Hotel she had certain reservations

WINNERS 145
Pakistani Jahangir Khan has conquered the world of squash

SPECTATOR 151
Michael Jackson in rehearsal: Those great moments don't come easy

TROUBLE 156
Viscount Charles Althorp, Di's kid brother, gets into a dustup and (again) swears he's mostly innocent

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 11

John Cleese, Adam Ant and Clara Peller grace TV's top 10 commercials

Diane Lane, Rick Moranis and Michael Paré embroil themselves in rock 'n' roll and a kidnap plot in Streets of Fire

Him With His Foot in His Mouth offers short fiction by Saul Bellow

Who would be more likely to sing I Am What I Am than Jerry Lee Lewis?

TAKE ONE 39

STAR TRACKS 67

George Harrison sniffs

Princess Stephanie cheers boyfriend Paul Belmondo on to a second-place finish

Rod Stewart cozies up to Tracey Ullman

Lionel Richie says Hello to Tina Turner, Andy Williams and Clint Eastwood

Tom Wolfes down another literary dinner

PEOPLE PUZZLE 146

CHATTER 158

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