Table of Contents

updated 10/17/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 10/17/1988 AT 01:00 AM EDT

MAIL 8
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 51
STAR TRACKS 71
CHATTER 144

ON THE COVER 90
The producer-star of Punchline says her difficult pregnancy drove her nuts, breast-feeding made her depressed, playing boss lady makes her sob and, please, don't call her cute. But don't worry. You'll like Sally Field. You'll really like her

UP FRONT 52

The tragic collapse of rookie cop Tim Shepard triggers an investigation of harsh, and allegedly dangerous, training methods at a Massachusetts police academy

With another Michael Dukakis-George Bush face-off due this week, our irreverent experts pick apart the Debates of '88

Faced with a separation from his wife, Robin Givens, heavyweight champ Mike Tyson went on a domestic rampage

With a couple of days off between awards, Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis tried his luck as a nightclub comic

CRITTERS 66
Cowabunga, dudes! At San Diego's surfing beaches, that four-footer heading for shore could be a wave—or it could be Rocky, the surfing pooch

FOR SALE 77
"The Titles They Are a Changin' " as Bob Dylan's childhood home in Hibbing, Minn., goes up for sale

TROUBLE 87
Kirk Erickson thought he'd won a $1 million jackpot, but Caesars Palace says he's too young, so no dice

JOCKS 101
Babe Ruth hit 714 home runs during his 22-year career; Softball's Mighty Mike Macenko slugs more most seasons

SCENE 104
To the struggling prospectors of northern California, the latest gold rush is a bum rush: The Forest Service threatens to evict them and their families

TO THE TOP 111
Natasha Richardson—Vanessa Redgrave's daughter—brings Patty Hearst's unlikely life to the screen

VOICES 117
Thirty years later, Errol Flynn's teenage love, Beverly Aadland, tells her version of their scandalous affair

HOST 125
Dana Flynn gave up Wall Street to run an off-the-wall Manhattan eat-and-drinkery called Trixies

IN THE MONEY 128
Melody Lightfeather started putting beads on sneakers; now Hollywood wants to be in her shoes

MAIN STREET 130
Intimidated by neither age nor gravity, Bob and Betty Davis prepare to launch the world's first private commercial rocket

SPIRIT 137
Minor miracle worker Father Joseph Valine turns doughnuts into churches

STYLE 138
Thigh-high socks that stop just short of that oh-so-small skirt are the new way to look leggy this fall

TRIBUTE 140
Inimitable New Yorker cartoonist Charles Addams dies at 76, but the hilarious evil that man drew will long live after him

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