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UPDATED 09/29/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 09/29/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 46
Behind the scenes on the Dallas set, Patrick Duffy tells how his pal Larry (J.R.) Hagman (and a lot of bucks) persuaded him to return to the troubled series—and how his wife, Carlyn, "dreamed" up the improbable rationale for Bobby's resurrection

UP FRONT 22

Since his dying mother left her six younger boys in his care, Terry O'Kelley, 18, has truly become his brothers' keeper

Billionaire tycoon Laurence Tisch takes over in a mega-stakes corporate poker game for control of CBS

Jane Fonda, Jack Nicholson, Debra Winger, Sissy Spacek and Molly Ringwald were among the stars who turned out for Michael Jackson's Disneyland premiere

CONTROVERSY 35
Children frightened by their parents' drug use are reaching for a quick fix—calling the cops

HAPPY 56
Latin stars Tatiana and Johnny sing out against teen pregnancy

STYLE 59
Alan and Bonnie Roseman have boutique, will travel—and boy, do they deliver

ON THE MOVE 69
A far cry from typecasting, country singer Tammy Wynette plays a waitress on the CBS soap Capitol

SCREEN 73
Not that he needs to, but River Phoenix is making a name for himself as the rising young star of the new film Stand By Me

PAGES 77
Eighteen years after Adm. Elmo Zumwalt Jr. ordered Agent Orange sprayed over the jungles of Vietnam, his son Elmo III battles death from the cancer they believe it caused

SONG 82
If the spirit of Shecky Greene were wrapped in spandex, it might look just like David Lee Roth

SEQUEL 93
For Melvin Dummar, who once dreamed of millions when he claimed to be Howard Hughes's heir, the end of the rainbow is a greasy spoon in the desert

COUPLES 94
Olympian Mary Decker Slaney and husband Richard have a personal best in baby daughter Ashley

TUBE 99
For St. Elsewhere's close-mouthed sex symbol, David Morse, a season-opening wedding is just what the doctor ordered

IN THE MONEY 102
This season, designers set their sights lower and score with color-splashed, sexy hosiery

ON THE JOB 107
If the leaves are falling and the air is turning crisp, it's time for Kansas State University professor Hugh Thompson to deep-fry his caterpillars

COPING 109
Best-selling self-help author Mary Ellen Pinkham helps herself stop drinking

JOCKS 114
You think Arnold Palmer's two holes in one were something? Consider Ad Wolgast's double knockout, the no-hitter Hippo Vaughn didn't win and one very mean fish

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 7
TAKE ONE 21
STAR TRACKS 89
LOOKOUT 104
CHATTER 116

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