Table of Contents

updated 05/05/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/05/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 134
Some folks already think of Dolly Parton as a national monument, but Country's Miss Wigs & Rhinestones isn't taking any chances—she's just built a 400-acre theme park back home in Tennessee and loaded it with Dolly dazzle

UP FRONT 42

Cheating death again, dictator Muammar Gaddafi, "the new Mussolini of the Mediterranean," threatens revenge

The tormented odyssey of Stalin's daughter Svetlana continues as she rejects Russia once again

Humanitarian of the Year, music man Quincy Jones adds cancer research to his list of good works

Olympic champion Jeff Blatnick's second victory over cancer makes his first one seem like "a breeze"

JOCKS 59
Ben Rochelle, an old hoofer, and Carl Grinstead, a retired engineer, are betting that their horse, Snow Chief, will take the Kentucky Derby

CONTROVERSY 63
Enjoying that extra hour of daylight? Lobbyist James Benfield would like to bring you more of the same

KIN 70
For the new Osmond Boys, singing is still all in the family

MAIN STREET 74
A tiny town in South Dakota's Badlands is the unlikely site of the world's best-known drugstore, Ted Hustead's Wall Drug

BIO 81
Proud soldier, big-selling novelist, James Webb shoots from the lip—and the heart—as a Pentagon rebel

BONUS BOOK 95
In an excerpt from The Jewish Mothers' Hall of Fame, the moms of movie mogul Steven Spielberg and former radical Abbie Hoffman talk about their unusual sons

ARTS 109
Architect Wolfgang Krenz's bizarre electric transformer faces off against its West German neighbors

TO THE TOP 111
Minnesota teenager Alison Garner's drawing was grotesque enough to win a spot in history

CRIME 112
One of the bloodiest, and strangest, episodes in the FBI's history leaves agents Benjamin Grogan and Jerry Dove and two middle-class-suburban killers dead

PAGES 120
War and remembrance is the theme of With the Contras, a Nicaraguan journal by poet James Dickey's reporter-son Christopher

SONG 123
Austrian pop star Falco scores a hit with Rock Me Amadeus, a spoof of Vienna's other superstar

TUBE 127
They don't share in the big money or fame, but you won't find a more dedicated group than the unsung domestics of Falcon Crest, Dallas, Dynasty and Knots Landing

IN HER OWN WORDS 145
Pushed by career, pulled by motherhood, author Deborah Fallows elected to raise her own children

ON THE JOB 155
Horses can get down in the mouth, but they never bridle when "psychologist" Terry Niels talks to them

PARTY 163
Literary lights are ablaze as Joseph Heller, Fran Lebowitz, E.L. Doctorow and others celebrate the Book-of-the-Month Club's 60th anniversary

HAPPY 169
Chrysler boss Lee Iacocca shifts back to married life with former flight attendant Peggy Johnson

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 9
TAKE ONE 41
LOOKOUT 166
STAR TRACKS 170
CHATTER 172

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