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UPDATED 05/08/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 05/08/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 46
She was the slapstick Garbo, the female clown of the century, by every standard the First Lady of Television. Now, her fans mourn the passing of the one and only Lucy

DISCOVERY 59
Utah chemist Stanley Pons stirs up his fellow scientists with his stunning claim to have achieved nuclear fusion

SPLIT 67
If E.T. phones home, he won't be hearing good news: Steven Spielberg and wife Amy Irving are calling it quits

SCENCE 69
Liverpool soccer fan Chris Parsonage recalls the terrifying human wave that left 95 people dead

STAGE 73
Michel Grilikhes brings The Wizard of Oz to the stage in a lip-synced extravaganza that only a Munchkin could love

STYLE 77
Why did Madonna wear all those roses on her dress? Because designer Rachel London put them there

TO THE TOP 81
Jim Benton and his "Misters" have become one of cartooning's hottest draws

HOST 87
Birthday-party sage Jeremy Sage knows what makes little kids giggle

LOOKOUT 91
Berkeley's 8-year-old Teddy Andrews may be the nation's youngest city official

WORDS 95
Munchausen syndrome, named for a tale-telling baron, keeps doctors guessing and hospitals hopping

BONUS BOOK 100
In the first of two excerpts from The Andy Warhol Diaries, the late Pop artist paints a revealing portrait of an era full of sex, drugs and partying with pals like Elizabeth Taylor Liza Minnelli and Mick Jagger

ROYALS 124
Toddling and teething, Princess Beatrice puts in an appearance at dockside

ARTS 127
Satirist Jeff Koons pleads not guilty to the charge of recycling kitsch

ADVENTURE 135
Proving that men can be done without, Bonnie Bordas organizes women-only treks to faraway places

SEQUEL 141
He has switched from acting to law, but Bobby Diamond, child star of the horse opera Fury, would happily be back on TV

ON THE MOVE 145
Driven by angst, talent and ego, star actor Mandy Patinkin is striving for singing stardom as well

INTRODUCING... 151
The Cowboy Junkies, whose country-punk sound bridges the considerable gap between I lank Williams and Lou Reed

PAGES 153
It's been years since he quit comedy for advertising, but Stan Freberg is still looking for laughs

TUBE 157
Thirtysomething's Polly Draper is making it big while mourning the failure of her marriage

MAIL 8
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 45
CHATTER 160

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