In This Issue

updated 05/07/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/07/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 150
Donald Trump isn't the only game in town. At last tally, there were more than 80 billionaires in the United States, and many are matrimonial prospects. Here's a semiserious study of some ladies who landed immensely wealthy husbands, and how they made their dreams come true

UPFRONT 48-61

Bill and Aleta Heidt and their two newly adopted Colombian children emerge from a terrifying ordeal that began moments before an Avianca jetliner crashed on Long Island

Already well-seasoned in the art of love, Monaco's Princess Stephanie announces her engagement to Jean-Yves Le Fur

Madonna's stunning new tour opens in the U.S. this week—after a barn-burning launch in Tokyo

HAPPY 62
You thought Reagan was old? North Carolina congressional candidate Henry Stenhouse, 100, makes him look like a Gippersnapper

MOVE 73
After two decades playing geeks and nerds, Blue Steel's Ron Silver scores as a rumpled romantic lead

FOOD 81
Secret sauces are no mystery to fast-food detective Gloria Pitzer

TEACHER 85
Prepping for his Blind Fury role as a superhero without sight, actor Rutger Hauer was coached by blind judo expert Lynn Manning

ON THE JOB 91
At Hogan's Alley, the bad guys are actors and the good guys are Jim Pledger's FBI agents-in-training

IN HIS WORDS 127
Hand surgeon Abner Bevin specializes in—and suffers from—one of today's most prevalent occupational hazards, carpal tunnel syndrome

BIO 137
The high priestess of mixed media, Laurie Anderson, evolves from cult figure to pop star

STYLE 145
Following Marlon Brando's mode, celebs from Sylvester Stallone to Bruce Springsteen are adopting Ross Langlitz's classic biker jackets

SEQUEL 166
When Denise Nicholas was called to play a woman whose sister had been slain on TV's Heat of the Night, she was stunned into silence. Ten years ago her own sister was murdered

IN THE MONEY 171
Fred Hayman, who built Giorgio's in Beverly Hills into a chichi money machine, thinks he can do it again in his own name

SONG 177
Success is bittersweet for country star Lorrie Morgan, whose husband, singer Keith Whitley, died last year

PAGES 181
A Spanish noble by marriage, an American spy by choice, Aline, Countess of Romanones, writes about espionage among the jet set

VOICES 185
After seeing her parents' rediscovered TV pilot, Lucie Arnaz loves Lucy—and Desi—even more

TROUBLE 193
After long years of silence, Jody Carson, Johnny Carson's first wife, comes forward to sue her ex for more financial support

KIN 197
Photographers David and Peter Turnley harbor twin ambitions to document triumph and tragedy around the world

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 11
THE INSIDER 47
INTRODUCING 135
PASSAGES 149
STAR TRACKS 191
SCENE 200
CHATTER 202

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