April 07, 1986 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 112

Sarah Ferguson, a commoner with a past and one of Princess Diana’s best friends, reins in one of the world’s most eligible men—Prince Andrew

UP FRONT 34

The people of Thayer County, Nebraska, unite to mourn an unknown boy they call “Matthew,” who was found dead in a frozen field

Pia Zadora will be the most famous person in the United States if the growing celebrity shortage gets any worse

Grandmother Joan Palmer’s winning hockey shot brings her $58,000

JOCKS 49

After an off year (for him), Royals relief ace Dan Quisenberry hopes to sink his way to the top again

WINNERS 56

No one is safe from Liz Brinton’s Girl Scout-cookie sales pitch—not even Ronald Reagan

VOICES 59

Octogenarian midwife Etta Nichols has helped deliver over 2,000 babies, and each one was a natural

COUPLES 64

Age difference be damned, it’s full speed ahead on the love boat by soap opera paramours Gloria Loring, 39, and Don Diamont, 23

PAGES 69

In Blessings in Disguise, Sir Alec Guinness gives glimpses into the life of an invisible man

COPING 79

Ex-Olympic skier Jimmie Heuga rallies fellow victims of multiple sclerosis in a fight for life

BODY 87

With the help of a Pacino and a Stallone, Richard Simmons seeks slimmer seniors via video

ON THE MOVE 88

After several misses, Mr. Mister has a couple of hits on its hands

MEDICS 93

Noted psychiatrist Aaron Beck explores the elusive causes of suicide

HEIRS 97

Nine years after her father’s death, James Jones’s daughter Kaylie publishes a cathartic first novel

ADVENTURE 109

Ohio attorney Parke Thompson is king of the ultratravelers (we’re talking every country on earth and then some)

DISCOVERY 123

Author Wade Davis describes a world of zombies that is more frightening than a grade-B horror film—and it’s real

TO THE TOP 129

In a wicked case of sibling rivalry, Dynasty’s Kate O’Mara matches Joan Collins’ devilry

SPIRIT 133

For his views on sexual morality, U.S. priest Charlie Curran gets an ultimatum from the Vatican: Recant or lose your job

SONG 137

Classically trained former street musician Brian Slawson plays a variety of “percussive toys” on his hit record Bach on Wood

IN THE MONEY 139

Whether buying a $1.15 million bracelet or $2,000 worth of gum at the San Francisco airport, Imelda Marcos shopped like there was no tomorrow, and in a sense there wasn’t

MAIL 6

PICKS & PANS 11

TAKE ONE 33

STAR TRACKS 103

LOOKOUT 106

CHATTER 142

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