September 08, 1986 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 90

Since Elvis’ death, Priscilla Presley has fought to keep their only child, Lisa Marie, out of the public eye—but now, angered by malicious rumors about how she’s raising her daughter, Priscilla tells the true story

UP FRONT 26

Alaska’s tiny Yakutat fears a surging glacier will bring on an economic ice age

Two weeks after leaving prison for a drug halfway house, David Crosby starts his new life at a one-night gig with old partner Graham Nash

Sociologist Jack Levin says the Edmond, Okla. post office shootings won’t be the last U.S. massacre

After 2½ years of marriage Elton John is closer to wife Renate, thanks to pals Andy and Fergie

MAIN STREET 39

Brian Dargus, 11, goes to the fair in search of ribbons for his pigs, Blubber and Daffodil

IN HIS OWN WORDS 45

Photographer Doug Curran explores the netherworld of flying saucers and those who believe in them

HAPPY 53

An investigation by two Minnesota reporters helps free Steve Fossum, who spent two years in a Texas jail for rapes he didn’t commit

ARTS 59

Herbie and Dorothy Vogel have sacrificed everything for other people’s art

SPIRIT 67

Father Alphonse Stephenson leads a double life as priest and music conductor of A Chorus Line

FOOD 75

Idaho dairyman Alan Reed has a flaky notion: churning ice cream from potatoes

COUPLES 77

Heart transplant team Jack and Jan Copeland made their best match when they found each other

PAGES 85

Red October author Tom Clancy charts another winner with his second thriller, Red Storm Rising

INVENTORS 89

Alan Amron’s souped-up water guns aren’t just for little squirts

COPING 99

Sexually abused by her mother’s lover, teenager Beth Romaine finally sought help—and sent her tormentor to prison

HORROR 104

Sigourney Weaver, Grace Jones, “Jason,” Joe Bob Briggs, Charles Pouge, horror mag editor Rick Sullivan and a host of other aliens give moviegoers the creepiest summer in years

IN THE MONEY 119

Super salesman W.W. “Foots” Clements sells Dr Pepper after a half century of pop peddling

MEDICS 123

In Chicago Dr. Ira Chasnoff seeks to help cocaine’s most innocent victims

TO THE TOP 127

They said her dream would shatter, but Suzanne Pascal found a way to carve glass for art patrons like Ronald Reagan

SPLIT 131

For mystical reasons, the 12-year hit marriage of composer Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton falls from the charts

MAIL 2

PICKS & PANS 5

TAKE ONE 25

STAR TRACKS 50

CHATTER 132

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