August 19, 1985 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 56

Undaunted by the traumas of cancer, a double mastectomy and chemotherapy, Ann Jillian forges ahead

UP FRONT 26

South African clerics armed with Christian conviction, Desmond Tutu, Allan Boesak and Beyers Naudé stand tall for peaceful change in South Africa

Millions of Britons wish the Queen Mother a merry 85th birthday

When politician Kevin Reilly lambasted Louisiana, the outcome was unusual applause

Bruce Springsteen embarks on his biggest U.S. tour with music and a message of hope in confusing times

TO THE TOP 41

With his 300th victory, wise old Tom Seaver pitches his way into history

IN THE MONEY 45

Chicago’s DoveBars have flown Mike Stefanos’ coop to delight ice-cream lovers

KIN 46

Director John Boorman’s against-the-odds hit, The Emerald Forest, is a triumph for father and actor son Charley

WINNERS 66

New Mexicans Susan Duran and Marsha Stafford fight to keep a pig on the pocket of their designer jeans

JOCKS 71

A syndicator named Lou Guida and a pacer named Nihilator dominate harness racing

SCENE 74

With the coming of a giant General Motors factory to Spring Hill, Tenn. (pop. 1,100), folks worry that their corner of Eden will be turned into Little Detroit

MAIN STREET 86

Solid citizens become living works of art in Laguna Beach

CONTROVERSY 90

There’s nothing petty about Petty Officer Robert Jackson’s charges of fraud and waste aboard the carrier Kitty Hawk

TUBE 92

After trying out marriage and a rival soap, seductress Andrea Evans makes One Life to Live a whole lot livelier

FOOD 97

Dr. Rich Davis zaps Kansas City and America with a barbecue sauce delight

COUPLES 101

A happy marriage is par for the course for caddies Dee and Jean Darden

BODY 105

Expert Dr. Donald Pitts sheds light on how to choose a pair of summer shades

ARTS 107

Michael Heizer gets down to earth with his humongous sculptures

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

TAKE ONE 25

STAR TRACKS 83

CHATTER 110

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