Pg… 15 THE WEEK'S EVENTS New Frank Lloyd Wright Office Building Shows Shape of Things to Come .
Pg… 18 THE WEEK'S EVENTS LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
Pg… 19 THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Burning "Paris" Rolls on Her Side at Le Havre Just Outside the Dry–dock of the "Normandie"
Pg… 20 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Royalty of Norway and Denmark Visit U. S.
Pg… 22 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Methodists Unite to Form a Great New Church
Pg… 24 THE WEEK'S EVENTS A Peace Like Death Settles over Madrid
Pg… 26 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Texas Dedicates Nation's Biggest Monument
Pg… 76 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Bishop Spellman Is Made Archbishop of New York
Pg… 62 THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Cotton: Paris Helps a Great U. S. Fabric to Stage Spectacular Revival
Pg… 35 SCIENCE Chicago Physiologist Studies How and Why People Sleep 35
Pg… 40 SCIENCE Traffiescope Enables Drivers to See Over Hills
Pg… 57 ART Peggy Bacon Gives Alley Cats a Break
Pg… 28 NATURAL HISTORY Clouds: Poet's Delight and Aviator's Guide
Pg… 46 SPORTS Fishflies
Pg… 48 SPORTS Weight Lifters Exhibit Their Beautiful Brawn . . .
Pg… 52 SPORTS Girl Athletes Play Games for Fun
Pg… 70 MOVIES "Juarez"… and its Opening 74
Pg… 2 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors
Pg… 8 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Speaking of Pictures: Twin Generals
Pg… 78 OTHER DEPARTMENTS People
Pg… 82 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE Goes to Jane Withers' Birthday Party
Pg… 86 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Pictures to the Editors : LIFE'S COVER. The pretty girl with windswept hair on this week's cover of LIFE is 19–year–old Maree Helniken, a senior at Armstrong Junior College; Savannah, Ga. Maree is one of three Savannah girls who volunteered to pose in cotton dresses for LIFE. A picture of the other two girls appears on page 62. None of them had ever posed for fashion photographs before. In a note to LIFE's editors, Maree modestly wrote: "I hope the time and energy you spent trying to make an amateur resemble a professional will not have been wasted."