I'm at work sifting through an old copy of TIME (June 23, 1986) that I got for my birthday last month. (A perfect birthday gift, this was, for me.)
The original TIME review of Ferris Bueller's Day Off is in here, as is this brief Jorge Luis Borges obituary:
DIED. Jorge Luis Borges, 86, blind Argentine author of poetry and fiction, one of Latin America's greatest writers; of liver cancer; in Geneva. Borges was an original: his poetry was somber and elegiac, his short stories at once fantastical and grittily realistic—most notably the mystery-like "fictions," reminiscent of Kafka and Poe. The 1973 return of Dictator Juan Perón prompted him to resign as director of the National Library in his native Buenos Aires. Far from a handicap, being blind, he said, "leaves the mind free to explore the depths and the heights of the human imagination."
There's also this lite "exposé" on Pope John Paul II's summer '85 mountain-hiking mini-vacation.