The cover has some variety of quintuplets, which magazines like this were crazy about at the time.
The "Speaking Out" column has Richard Nixon, eight weeks after Kennedy's assassination, proposing a change in the presidential line of succession that would have had the electoral college vote for a new vice president rather than the automatic elevation of the Speaker of the House. Weird.
There's a very lengthy excerpt from Peter De Vries' then-latest, Reuben, Reuben. Sample yoks:
"'Jimmy's interested in comparative religion, a woman said, "and his mother was wondering if he might get into Yale Divinity School."
"He hasn't got a prayer," I said.
. . . .
A poet, I thought, shaking his hand. Why, he looks just like anybody else. In fact, worse.
Then there's a story on charming basketballer Bill Russell: "I owe the public nothing."
And finally, a Post editorial: "Don't overlook Henry Cabot Lodge." Oh, we won't.