February 08, 1988 12:00 PM

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

TAKE ONE 29

STAR TRACKS 108

CHATTER 130

ON THE COVER 94

Thirteen years ago Margaux Hemingway was a supermodel whose fame and beauty brought instant success. What followed was anything but glamorous: depression, debts and a drinking problem. Last December she checked into the Betty Ford Center; now, she tells PEOPLE, she has conquered her demons

UP FRONT 30

Brought to financial ruin by business losses, former U.S. Treasury Secretary John B. Connally stood tall as his prized possessions went under the hammer

Twice-married Sly Stallone finds a new sparring partner in superdeb Cornelia Guest, and although the wedding bell hasn’t rung yet, his mother, Jackie, is in Cornelia’s corner

Despite some unpleasant moments, this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame awards created one helluva band, with Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger and half the Beatles leading an all-star jam

TUBE 46

TV’s bad boys, the Smothers Brothers, stage a reunion on CBS—the same network that banished them 20 years ago

WINNERS 53

Insurance agents Muriel Kraszewski and Wilda Tipton take State Farm to the cleaners in a landmark sex discrimination suit

ELECTION ’88 56

Iowans Charles and Harriett Moore provide a small example of what caucusing is all about

JOCKS 59

After coping with his father’s murder and a career-threatening knee injury, Arizona hoop hero Steve Kerr is college basketball’s comeback kid

ARTS 81

Blind Crist Delmonico uses feeling, memory and a bit of feedback to create widely praised abstract paintings

HAPPY 87

Police Lt. Robert McLaughlin never thought he’d have to deal again with the baby he delivered in his squad car 20 years ago—until rookie Adam Croom reported for duty

SCENE 93

He doesn’t want to get buried by housing costs, so Kansas farmer Ernest Dittemore lives five feet underground

CONTROVERSY 106

A new cigarette named Malibu has lit a fire under local resident and vocal nonsmoker Larry Hagman

SPIRIT 110

John Jacobs and his Power Team put real muscle into their evangelical message

STAGE 115

What a farce! Kansas farmers play Molière when Bill Rauch’s Cornerstone Theater puts on a road production

TO THE TOP 121

The last time French aerialist Henrys saw Paris, he was sitting in a chair suspended 426 feet above the river Seine

PARTY 123

Cher, Tom Selleck, Michael Douglas, Cybill Shepherd and practically every other star, shining or tarnished, duded up for the weirdest awards show of the year, the Golden Globes

ROYALS 128

Fergie, the Duchess of York, gave off a royal glow during her New York visit but never let on that she’s expecting a baby

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