Pg… 16 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: An Old–Time Winter Hits the Nation Hard: Worst Cold and Snow in 20 Years Bring Destruction, Peril and Some Pleasures to U.S.
Pg… 24 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: A Look at the World's Week
Pg… 26 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Man Alone in a Space Cage: Exclusive Pictures Show Donald Farrell During His 168–Hour "Flight"
Pg… 33 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: The Case of Leopold's Parole: Slayer of Bobby Franks Finally Wins Freedom but Remains Subject of Controversy
Pg… 28 EDITORIAL: How to Save the Railroads
Pg… 58 ARTICLES: An Age of Unrest: Part II, Vol. IV of A History of the English–Speaking Peoples. By Sir Winston Churchill
Pg… 91 ARTICLES: A U.S. Change of Mind: New Survey Shows Surprisingly Fast Switches in Public's Ideas About Space, Schools and Spending. By Paul O'Neil
Pg… 38 FASHION: Dior's Heir Flies High with Help of Trapeze: 21–Year–Old Yves St. Laurent is Great Success at First Paris Showing
Pg… 42 ART: The "Eight" Who Made a Revolution in U.S. Art: the Country Marks "Ashcan" Anniversary
Pg… 51 THEATER: A Fiery Fair Lady Takes Over: Sally Ann Howes Replaces Julie Andrews as Eliza Doolittle on Broadway
Pg… 81 SPORTS: A Kansas Town with Basketball Fever: a Sport Envelops Community's Life. Photographed for LIFE by George Silk
Pg… 107 PARTY: A Hilarious Hen Party in France
Pg… 10 OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Speaking of Pictures: Movie Director Plops and Hops
Pg… 13 OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editors
Pg… 110 OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Miscellany: a Which–Way Car