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July 19, 1982 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 84

In an exclusive interview, a recovering Dan Aykroyd talks about his grief and anger at the death of his Blues Brother, John Belushi, while police reinvestigate Belushi’s drug courier, Cathy Smith

UP FRONT 24

In their 20th year, the Rolling Stones return to England and Wembley Stadium with friends, families and parents

Cardiac surgeon William DeVries prepares to implant an artificial heart in a human patient

A U.S. Supreme Court decision imperils the education of deaf student Amy Rowley, 10

JOCKS 39

Minnesota Twins rookie Kent Hrbek conquers baseball but still faces a baffling foe: His father has Lou Gehrig’s disease

COUPLES 43

Ann Landers’ daughter, Margo, needs no advice to the lovelorn now that she’s settled with husband No. 3, actor Ken Howard

BIO 48

Millionaire publisher Malcolm Forbes touts capitalism’s tools but enjoys its toys

TUBE 60

Knots Landing’s Ted Shackelford branches out to help preserve America’s national parks and forests

SCREEN 65

Zelda Rubinstein’s success in Poltergeist is a boost to little people everywhere

IN HIS OWN WORDS 69

Our criminal justice system, claims lawyer-professor Alan Dershowitz, is taking a beating from cynical judges and prosecutors

HEIRS 79

Her scenes with E.T.—and talent inherited from a family of acting greats—have made Drew Barrymore a Hollywood hit at 7

LOOKOUT 93

Parasite screenwriters Michael Schoob, Frank Levering and Alan Adler

HOST 95

In L.A., chef Wolfgang Puck is giving the competition a pizza pie in the face with his trendy new Hollywood restaurant, Spago

STYLE 101

Gertrude Stein was a friend of her family, but that doesn’t mean Belle France designer Jane Schaffhausen

thinks a dress is a dress is a dress

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 10

Robert Redford narrates a PBS documentary about Indian archaeology, and Karen Valentine plays a social worker on CBS

Novels by two popular authors, Belva Plain and Michael Korda, will please their fans, anyway

Cher, Blondie’s Debbie Harry, Roberta Flack and Sylvia are among the women of pop music with new albums

Kurt Russell faces a monster-of-all-trades in a chilling remake of the 1951 horror film The Thing

STAR TRACKS 74

Just call Lena Horne’s 65th The Lady and Her Grandchildren

Handguns are no laughing matter to comics Elliott Gould and Marty Feldman

PEOPLE PUZZLE 76

CHATTER 104

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