Pg… 33 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: The Voters Redeclare Their Independence
Pg… 42 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Radiant Elizabeth Presides Over Her First Parliament
Pg… 44 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Submarine "Seadog" Saves a Limp Blimp
Pg… 51 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Chaplin Provides Unrehearsed Comedy
Pg… 54 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: LIFE On the Newsfronts of the World
Pg… 59 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Mexico City is Sinking
Pg… 74 THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Snow Brings an Early Taste of Winter
Pg… 46 EDITORIAL: "Trade Not Aid"
Pg… 145 PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: The Sixth Grade, Photographed for LIFE by Allan Grant
Pg… 87 ARTICLE: The Phonograph from the Time It Said "Mary," by Robert Wallace
Pg… 156 CLOSE–UP: A Dedicated Briton Brings Progress to Bahrain, by James Bell
Pg… 69 THEATER: Barrault Brings French Repertory to U.S.
Pg… 79 TELEVISION: A Girl's Yelps Help the Contestants : MODERN LIVING: Manhattan vs. New England Chowder : RELIGION: Presbyterian Parish "Fences the Tables" : TRANSPORTATION: Fifth Wheel Makes Parking Easy : MEDICINE: The Handicapped are Taught to Keep House : MOVIES: How the "Mayflower" Storm was Filmed : SCIENCE: Invisible Stars are Located by Radio : ART: Stretched Statues : FASHION: Bras Worn Outside : OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editors : OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Speaking of Pictures: GIs See a Funny Side to Korean War : OTHER DEPARTMENTS: LIFE Goes on a Falcon Hunt : OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Miscellany: The King and Queen of Suds