Pg… 2 The Beat of Life: Police Dogs in Rhodesia. Prime Minister Heath Gets an Ink Bath. A Child is Rescued from a Pond in Connecticut, and Another Endures a New York State Mental Hospital. The Biggest Sky–Diving Stunt Ever
Pg… 26 The Air Carrier War: With Pride but No Passion, Navy Pilots Go On Flying Their Missions Into Vietnam. By John Saar. Photographed by Mark Godfrey
Pg… 32 The Hughes Affair, Starring Clifford Irving: Managing Editor Ralph Graves Tells the Story of LIFE's Involvement with the Controversial Manuscript
Pg… 36 Liza: In "Cabaret," Judy Garland's Daughter, Liza Minnelli, Makes Her Own Strong Claim to Stardom
Pg… 47 No Use for Illusions: Today's High School Generation is Interested in Security, Stability and Material Comfort. By Sara Davidson
Pg… 54 The Skeleton Coast: The Treacherous Stretch of South–West Africa Where Ships and Men Come Ashore to Die. Photographed by George Silk
Pg… 62 The Olympics Become a Family Affair: A Cochran Brother and His Two Sisters Make Up 21.5% of the U.S. Ski Team. By William Bruns
Pg… 66 Parting Shots: Now You Can Shimmy Like Your Sister Kate
Pg… 10 Departments: The Presidency: The Peace Quest: One More Try. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 14–18 Departments: Reviews: "A Clockwork Orange, Minni and Moskowitz" and "Made for Each Other" Reviewed by Film Critic Richard Schickel
Pg… 14–18 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops Writes About the BBC Series "Search for the Nile"
Pg… 20 Departments: 29 Years Ago In 'Life': Carole Landis, the "Ping Girl"
Pg… 25 Departments: Letters to the Editors