People Staff
October 22, 1984 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 120

At 50, Sophia Loren takes a bittersweet journey home to Italy (where she’d spent 17 days in prison) to film a TV movie with son Edoardo, 11

UP FRONT 26

Iowa teen Levi Knebel answers an ad and wins the role of Jessica Lange’s son in Country

Gen. William Westmoreland takes CBS to court

Seventy-year-old Jack Halbeisen soars to a long-distance record on the wings of his ultralight

Tiny Jordan, Minn. agonizes over a series of 24 controversial child-abuse arrests

SONG 42

Back from burnout, Barry Manilow reignites with a surprising album

ON THE JOB 48

Ted Lemon, 26, is the first American to manage a winery in the Burgundy village of Meursault

IN HIS OWN WORDS 57

Up in years, argues entrepreneur Albert Myers, doesn’t have to mean down in dollars

ON THE MOVE 62

Robert Prosky rolls with the paunches as Hill Street’s new sarge

TO THE TOP 66

Buying like Charles and Di is as easy as spending money with The Royal Shopping Guide at your side

PAGES 87

Frederick Forsyth hopes you won’t have a sixth sense about the outcome of The Fourth Protocol

ISSUES ’84 93

Abortion is among the most prickly issues of the campaign: Catholics Dr. John Willke and Daniel C. Maguire, who hold opposing views, tell why

TUBE 100

Terry Farrell is a mirror image of her high-fashion alter ego on Paper Dolls

HAPPY 102

Country music outlaw Waylon Jennings quits coke with help from Johnny Cash

STYLE 106

The newly crowned queen of knitwear is Seventh Avenue’s Adrienne Vittadini

BIO 110

Howard Stern’s radio style offends everyone

CRIME 128

Mob informant Tomasso Buscetta sparks Mafia arrests in Italy and the U.S.

TRENDS 131

The biggest kick around these days isn’t trivial—it’s Hacky Sack

PARTY 139

Cary Grant was MGM’s lion for a night as Hollywood roared its approval

LOOKOUT 142

Five-year-old deejay Rockin’ Robby and professional mascot Jeff Davis are up and coming

ARTS 145

William Rubin of Manhattan’s MOMA shows how primitive tribal art inspired the likes of Gauguin and Picasso

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

Charlton Heston conquers Africa in CBS’ Nairobi Affair and Martin Sheen is conquered by New York in HBO’s The Guardian

Diane Keaton returns in John Le Carré’s thriller The Little Drummer Girl

Clifton Fadiman produces a monumental anthology of children’s literature

Afrika Bambaataa and James Brown have some funky fun on the new LP Unity

What weekly magazine offers the First Ever Absolutely Authoritative Roundup of Trivia Games?

TAKE ONE 25

STAR TRACKS 99

A zany Mondale? That would be Fritz’s brother Mort

Burt Reynolds checks out Chris Evert Lloyd

Lisa Hartman bares much

PEOPLE PUZZLE 136

CHATTER 148

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