In This Issue

updated 07/24/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/24/1989 01:00AM

ON THE COVER 70
Death comes quietly to Laurence Olivier, the man whose passion for performing—from Wuthering Heights to Brideshead Revisited—earned him the undisputed title of World's Greatest Actor

UP FRONT 26-36

After 18 years and 157 professional championships, tennis queen Chris Evert looks ahead to life far from the baseline

Convicted of lying to Congress, Oliver North receives a measured punishment that leaves him free, unmartyred and facing an uncertain future

Di's baby brother, Viscount Althorp, shakes up Britain with a midsummer engagement to model Victoria Lockwood

Members of the 1970 Dukes County grand jury complain that there was an official cover-up of Ted Kennedy's accident at Chappaquiddick, in which Mary Jo Kopechne was killed

KIN 47
Californians Ron and Glenn Anderson have a brotherly disagreement about the way to grow almonds—with or without the assistance of pesticides

HAPPY 59
Cincinnati deejay J.B. Miller doubles as a matchmaker on his radio show, Desperate and Dateless

LOOKOUT 63
The Indigo Girls—Emily Saliers and Amy Ray—join the folk revival with their first single, "Closer to Fine"

GOING HOME 65
Chicago-born Abe Stolar meant to spend two years in Russia, but it took him six decades to get back to Chicago

INTRODUCING... 69
Haitian-born Sandra Dupiton, who overcame crippling shyness to become a modern-dance prodigy

ON THE JOB 78
Ivana Trump, Princess Diana and Armand Hammer all know master parfumeur Aphelion has the most expensive sniffer in the business

FOOD 85
After years of foraging, Linda Runyon has weeded out the best recipes for dandelions, crabgrass and other wild greenery

CONTROVERSY 89
At a St. Louis clinic on the front line of the abortion battle, Desirée Barber, married and pregnant, exercises a right she fears may be lost

SCREEN 94
He doesn't get the girl or the story and he doesn't have a cave to his name, but Robert Wuhl, the reporter in Batman, sees his career taking wing

ANNIVERSARY 96
At a Monte Carlo gala, Kirk Cameron, John Forsythe, Chuck Norris and others join Albert, Caroline and Stephanie of Monaco in celebrating Prince Rainier's 40th year on the throne

THRILLS 101
Ron Toomer designs the world's biggest roller coasters, but he prefers to keep his feet on the ground

MAIL 6
PICKS & PANS 9
TAKE ONE 25
STAR TRACKS 41
CHATTER 104

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