July 05, 1982 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 24

England rejoices as Princess Diana gives birth to a baby boy; now she and Charles must cope with the christening, the gifts, the wardrobe, the staff, the security and even the sleepless nights

UP FRONT 30

Amid the rubble of West Beirut, American Baptist pastor James Ragland converts his school into a clinic and shelter

The battle for the ERA is over, but victory is reflected in the lives of pioneers like Billie Jean King, Ellen Burstyn and Sarah Caldwell

TUBE 43

As a morning news battle shapes up, Bryant Gumbel sounds reveille for an earlier Today

OUT OF THE PAST 46

Thanks to marine artist Jim Clary, victorious “Old Ironsides” relives her glory on Independence Day

SCREEN 50

Back in Admiral Kirk’s togs, William Shatner blasts off in his second Star Trek vehicle

SONG 54

Turned around from booze and gambling, country’s Razzy Bailey closes in on his sixth No. 1 single in two years

BIO 61

Long, tall Texan Tommy Tune is now the giant of Broadway with his Tony award-winning hit, “Nine”

STYLE 68

Marie Osmond and basketball player Steve Craig join a modern-day march to the altar that includes Cindy Williams, Diana Rigg, Kate Jackson and others; then wedding expert Barbara Tober ices the cake with some I-do’s and don’ts of contemporary nuptials

MEDICS 83

Little Renee Cote awaits a liver transplant, the only thing that can save her life

PAGES 87

College professor Leo Buscaglia hugs his way to happiness with best-sellers like Living, Loving & Learning

HAPPY 90

Cathy Guisewite’s art imitates autobiography in her comic strip, Cathy

LOOKOUT 94

Casting director Tony Shepherd finds the actors to match the roles on TV shows like Too Close for Comfort and Bosom Buddies

ON THE MOVE 97

Chino state prison’s new woman warden, Midge Carroll, puts her Big House in order

ARTS 105

At 81, Louisiana sculptor Clyde Connell finds her inspiration in the bayous that surround

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 8

In a week of summer repeats, Tony Curtis stars in NBC’s Moviola and Timothy Bottoms plays a doomed runner on CBS

In John Barth’s bizarre novel Sabbatical, an ex-CIA man and his new young wife sail into a mystery on the Chesapeake Bay

At 32, Stevie Wonder delivers a retrospective of classic Wonder, spiced with new, in his Original Musiquarium

Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner are likable but unfunny in Sidney Poitier’s Hanky Panky

STAR TRACKS 67

Sigourney Weaver doesn’t mind Living Dangerously in love scenes with Mel (Gallipoli) Gibson

A family gathering brings ailing Ingrid Bergman to New York

Ryan O’Neal and son Griffin find something to agree on—Farrah Fawcett

PEOPLE PUZZLE 102

CHATTER 108

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