Pg… 6 The Beat of Life: A Moon Hop. Pat Nixon and Eleanor Roosevelt. J. Edgar Hoover Dies
Pg… 34B Shock of War: Despite Massive Use of U.S. Air Power, the War in Vietnam Takes a Bad Turn. A Nervous Resupply Mission to Anloc and Back, by John Saar
Pg… 45 The Connallys Entertain: Down on the Ranch, the Secretary of the Treasury and His Wife have a Couple of Hundred Friends in to Meet the President. Photographed by Harry Benson
Pg… 50A No–Fault Insurance: An Easy Guide to the Newest Thing in Auto Coverage
Pg… 53 Growing Old Communally: Some Elder Citizens in Winter Park, Fla. Join Together to Run a House?and Their Own Lives. By Marlise James
Pg… 59 Huggable Alphabet: A Bright New Way to Learn Letters
Pg… 65 Okay Guys, Be Elegant: Forty Chicago Waiters Take a Crash Course in the Fine Points of Their Trade. By Paul O'Neil
Pg… 68 Sumatra: Deep Within a Great Island Lies a World of Wild Growth and Primitive Beauty. Photographed by Co Rentmeester
Pg… 81 Parting Shots: A Hard–Eyed Prosecutor Wins as a Novelist, by John Kronenberger. To Jane Muskie, Primaries are No Joke, by Margery Byers. The Secret Word is 'Groucho,' and He Wins Some Iowa Hears, by Eric Lax.
Pg… 12 Departments: The Presidency: The Man Who Stayed in Power. By Hugh Sidey
Pg… 20–28 Departments: Reviews: Cyclops on the TV News Show, "Sixty Minutes"
Pg… 20–28 Departments: Reviews: Richard Schickel Reviews a Rodeo Movie, "J. W. Coop"
Pg… 20–28 Departments: Reviews: Stephen Spender Praises Otto Friedrich's Portrait of Berlin in the 1920s, "Before the Deluge"
Pg… 20–28 Departments: Reviews: Tom Prideaux Finds He Liked "Sugar," a New Musical Based on "Some Like It Hot"
Pg… 30 Departments: 25 Years Ago In LIFE: Babe the Great Ruth
Pg… 34A Departments: Letters to the Editors
Pg… 79 Departments: Eye On the Environment: The Returnable. By Edmund Faltermayer