Pg… 4 Editorials: Who's Running the Red Store?
Pg… 4 Editorials: Who's Cutting Up on Campus?
Pg… 15 LIFE Reviews: Book: King Edward VII, Reviewed by Sir Arthur Bryant. A World's Fair Show with Wall–to–Wall Girls, Reviewed by Thomas Thompson. Charles Aznavour Even Makes Married Love Sound Exciting. Reviewed by Laura Bell
Pg… 25 The View from Here: Must J. Edgar Go On and On? By Loudon Wainwright
Pg… 28 Letters to the Editors
Pg… 32 Aswan's Dam Tames the Nile: The Momentous Harnessing of an Ancient River. Photographed in Color by Ralph Crane. Khrushchev Comes to be a Sidewalk Superintendent. By Hugh Moffett
Pg… 45 Calories Count Too Much: The Scientists Say We'd Better Eat Less
Pg… 46 Voice Detectives Probe Mystery Crash: An Ingenious Machine Tries to Find Out Who Killed Flight 773's Pilot
Pg… 46C More Bayonets to Maryland: Cameras Record Cambridge's Continuing Strife
Pg… 46D People in the News: Jumpy Scranton; Gaunt De Gaulle; a Brown Who Made History
Pg… 51 Barbra Streisand: A Born Loser Finally Makes It Big. By Shana Alexander
Pg… 68 The First World War: Part I: The Yanks are Coming, Led by Black Jack Pershing
Pg… 97 The Frug, the Surf, the Watusi: Discoth?que Dancing is Easy Once You Catch On
Pg… 108 Earl Warren: Ten Years After the Brown Decision, He Still Sits at the Storm Center of U.S. Justice. By Ernest Havemann
Pg… 126 Great Dinners: Trout Amandine: A Classic Fish for Spring
Pg… 132 Miscellany: She Hates Elephant Jokes