In This Issue

updated 10/01/1990 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 10/01/1990 01:00AM

ON THE COVER 82
Summertime, and the living was hectic for Barbara Bush. In a revealing interview, she talks about the President's handling of the Gulf crisis, the First Family's reaction to son Neil's S&L troubles, and life inside the Bushes" Kennebunkport vacation home

Up Front 46-56

Until last month, they were three American college students spending the summer in exotic Kuwait. Now Craig Turley, Jared Scogna and John Charlton are the reluctant recipients of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's hospitality

A widow at 42, Sammy Davis's wife, Altovise, faces single motherhood, a drumfire of ugly rumors and a mountain of debt

Candice Bergen, Peter Falk, Tracey Ullman and others celebrate their new Emmys, as TV's big winners meet for pizza and postawards partying

Thanks for the offers, guys. but after months of hedging, country star Patty Loveless admits she's a married woman and loveless no longer

BOOK BONUS 60
In an excerpt from her candid autobiography, Breaking the Silence, actress Mariette Hartley talks about the trauma of life in an emotionally crippled family and her struggle to come to terms with her father's suicide, her mother's alcoholism and a violent first marriage

TO THE TOP 80
Now playing at the movies and at Macy's sales counter: Metropolitan's Carolyn Farina, who'd never even acted professionally before auditioning for Whit Stillman's late-summer sleeper

PAGES 91
There's more to columnist James Brady than gossip, and he proves it in The Coldest War, his moving memoir of the Korean War

ON THE JOB 99
In Arizona, it's cactus cop Larry Richards's job to bring rustlers of the big plants to justice

TROUBLE 102
In upstate New York, Brian McCandless's neighbors deliver a message: Shape up or sheep out

CONTROVERSY 105
In a controversial book that his country has fought to suppress, former spy Victor Ostrovsky turns a rare and unflattering light on Israel's powerful secret service, the Mossad

ON A ROLL 109
It would be chicken to duck turkey bowler Derrick Johnson

SCREEN 111
With this autumn's wave of mobster movies featuring such wiseguys as Sean Penn, Robert De Niro, Albert Finney and Al Pacino, Hollywood is married to the mob

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 10
THE INSIDER 43
PASSAGES 59
CHATTER 114

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