LIFE Magazine September 24, 1965

LIFE Magazine September 24, 1965 Gemini 5 Remarkable Views from Space


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Pg… 4 Editorials: A Discipline that Needs Some Pg… 4 Editorials: The Unkindest Cut for Student Moptops Pg… 6 LIFE Reviews: Books: No Heaven for Gunga Din by Ali Mirdrekvandi Gunga Din, Reviewed by Joel Sayre; The Emperor of Ice–Cream by Brian Moore, Reviewed by Conrad Knickerbocker Pg… 6 LIFE Reviews: Movie: Moment of Truth, Reviewed by Pauline Kael Pg… 27 Letters to the Editors Pg… 28 The Feminine Eye: The 300–Year Weekend. By Shana Alexander Pg… 30 The Earth Seen from Gemini 5: Cooper and Conrad Photograph the World Below in Color?”So Vast, So Beautiful, So Overpowering” Pg… 40 Surprise in Pakistan–India War: Pakistan’s President Khan Asks the U.S. to Make Both Sides Stop Fighting Pg… 42 Toward World Peace by Law: An International Meeting of Legal Minds Pg… 44A Mont–Saint–Michel at 1,000: Anniversary Year for a Noble French Monument Pg… 44C Wrath of a Vagrant Hurricane: Betsy Strikes Miami and New Orleans Pg… 49 Coming Up, All Roses for Ike: His Book, the Farm, Secret Briefings Fill Up Eisenhower’s Days. Special Report by John Steele Pg… 57 Fashion: Return of the Ankle Strap Pg… 66 Contorl of Life: Part 3: Manmade and Transplanted Organs Usher in an Era of Rebuilt People. Photographed by Ralph Morse Pg… 84C Gemini 5 Continued: The Astronauts’ Personal Stories, “We had Our Orbit, it was the Cat’s Bandana” by Pete Conrad. “For a Time We Looked Like History’s Shortest Eight–Day Mission” by Gordon Cooper Pg… 91 “Head Start” for a Boy: A New York Slum Child Begins to Learn Pg… 94 Norman Mailer: The Novelist is Never the Champion?Always the Challenger. By Brock Brower Pg… 118 Le Corbusier: Legacy of a Titan: France’s Great Architect Left the World Visions in Concrete. His Ideas are Woven Into the Ages. By Vincent Scully Pg… 126 Miscellany: Come On, Just One Bite

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