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updated 05/30/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/30/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 88
Just a year ago, Ryan White, a teenage hemophiliac with AIDS, was at death's door and a pariah in his own hometown. Now, 25 miles away in Cicero, Ind., he is surrounded by good friends and caring neighbors. His survival is a miracle; so is the serenity he has found in the town that has welcomed him

UP FRONT 46

Four months after the birth of their test-tube quintuplets, Michele and Ray L'Esperance share the joys and tribulations of parenthood times five

LaVern Baker, Led Zeppelin, Phil Collins, Wilson Pickett, Debbie Gibson and Iron Butterfly help Atlantic Records celebrate 40 years of rock and soul

Beset by Alzheimer's disease, opera legend Sir Rudolf Bing, 86, is the object of a furious tug-of-war between his strange second wife and his lawyer

JOCKS 61
He may look like an accountant, but all that driver Bobby Rahal is figuring on at the moment is winning this week's Indy 500

GIMMICKS 64
Purveyor of flag-bearing shorts Catesby Jones makes political fashion statements you can sit on—or not

BONUS BOOK 66
In an excerpt from his new book, Talking Straight, Lee lacocca mouths off mightily about Ronald Reagan and other pillars of government, and tells what he would do if he were running the country instead of just Chrysler

TUBE 85
Former infantryman Jan Scruggs had a vision of a Vietnam Veterans Memorial; now it's a reality, and so is the NBC movie To Heal a Nation, which tells the story of his obsession and struggle

ON THE JOB 101
George Demko, America's top geographer, informs officialdom about which countries ought to be recognized and which are truly out of this world

SCREEN 105
Though he's not much bigger than a yardstick, Warwick Davis stands tall as the adventurous leading man of George Lucas' fantasy, Willow

DREAMERS 108
Bike messenger Gordon Hempton can hear America singing, shouting and generally shattering the planet's sweet silence—but he lives for the moments when he cannot

LOOKOUT 115
Reed all about it! Young Chris Hollyday's gift to the jazz world is plenty of sax, but no violence

EVER UPWARD 117
A California "hell camp" gives American businessmen a taste of Parris (Island) in the springtime

STYLE 122
Designer Michael Schmidt likes to see men and women in chains, and clients including Cher, Jon Bon Jovi and Dave Stewart don't seem to have any objections

MAIL 8
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 45
STAR TRACKS 65
CHATTER 124

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