Table of Contents

updated 06/22/1987 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 06/22/1987 AT 01:00 AM EDT

MAIL 6
PICKS & PANS 11
TAKE ONE 27
STAR TRACKS 83
CHATTER 116

ON THE COVER 92
PEOPLE looks back at the summer when the Beatles Peppered us and Monterey popped, when the Jefferson Airplane took off and acid gurus turned on, and when freaks, flower children and be-in believers preached love in the Haight

UP FRONT 28

Two women, Desirée and Deborah, independently claim to be illegitimate daughters of Elvis Presley

Breaking her silence, contragate witness Fawn Hall chronicles her life as a foot soldier for Oliver North

They said it couldn't be done, but Brooke Shields has been graduated and Princeton is still standing

As Father's Day approaches, famous pops—Harry Anderson, Joe Namath, Run-D.M.C.'s Joe Simmons, Ratt's Bobby Blotzer and presidential hopeful Joe Biden—praise paternity

STAGE 45
At the Tonys, the Brits sweep the musical awards, but Americans, among them actors James Earl Jones and Linda Lavin, reap this year's drama honors

WINNERS 49
Lawyer Diane Crowley and journalist Jeff Zaslow have been chosen to open Ann Landers' mail—on alternate days

ARTS 53
Four-year-old pianist Jermaine Gardner is blind and facially deformed, but there is magic in his fingers

IN HIS OWN WORDS 58
Blue of blood but not of stocking, Queen Victoria was a lusty lady who didn't mind a good time, says her American biographer Stanley Weintraub

TO THE TOP 67
Married...With Children may be one of TV's raunchiest shows, but there's nothing borderline about the talent of star Katey Sagal

OFF THE WALL 73
She has no talent or experience, but non-actress Angelyne knows how to advertise her assets—on a billboard right in the middle of Hollywood

SCREEN 74
The controversial hit River's Edge reveals the rich eccentricity of its young star Crispin Glover

ROYALS 79
British critics caterwaul as Prince Charles and Princess Diana add a little art to their lives

HAPPY 87
Bronx bus driver Stephen James rides the Manhattan express to a fellowship at Harvard University

TRENDS 91
Ron Forster leads a group of big wheels who like to ride the rails without tickets or trains: They use bicycles

ON THE MOVE 105
L.A. Law's Latino loverboy, Jimmy Smits, takes a crack at big-screen emoting in The Believers

PARTY 109
Richard Gere, Matt Dillon and Yoko Ono chow down with ordinary people to kick off Art Against AIDS

STYLE 113
Tammy Faye Bakker's makeup is the talk of the nation—so here are David Letterman, Cybill Shepherd, Sly Stallone and some other celebs gussied up in Tammy makeovers

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