NO. 14 UNITED FREE PRESS EASTCOAST DEC 8 - DEC 21 1967 WESTCOAST 30 CENTS 25¢
|Articles & Columns (20 pp.)|
|p. 2||Letters to Avatar:
M. Pope Barrow Jr. (From the Crimson)
"Will you never risk me..." (from the Box Poems)
|p. 4||John Rogers: What a drag it is getting BUSTED
Pope Barrow: "goog"
Marc Steiner: Brown rap
Dan Oates: notice To Street Vendors
|p. 5||Charles Giuliano: tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow another Sunday supplement|
|p. 6||[Mel Lyman]: Diary of a Young Artist:
Fall, 1962, North Carolina [Mirror: Fall, 1962, North Carolina; last 2 paragraphs: October, 1962, North Carolina (final paragraph, order changed)]
Cheryl Wadsworth: Speed
|p. 7||Scotty Frame: Mutiny (reprinted from The Rag (Austin and Houston))
Allen Young: "Pentagon spokesmen, questioned about the incident..." (Liberation News Service)
Richard D. Bailey: Deserters (Liberation News Service)
|p. 8||Wayne Hansen: street - choir|
|p. 9||Charles Giuliano: Gallery - Tour|
|[Mel Lyman, Jane DeLong & Lew Crampton trip to Munich, Germany]:|
LSWC [Lew Crampton]: "America owes the United Illuminating family..."
Mel Lyman: "To have to leave what you love..."
Mel [Lyman]: An Americano in Doitchland
Rupp Doinet: "Drei waschechte Hippies aus New York erläuterten in Schwabing ihre Philosophie"
|p. 12||John J. Phillips: how I was evicted from federal prison|
|p. 13||Mel Lyman: Telling It Like It Is (Time for me to blast the filthy eastern ways)
Wayne Hansen: The Illuminated Beggar (letter from Richard L. Ketchen and reply)
|p. 14||Joey Gemini [Goldfarb]: Look
Mel Lyman: ESSAY ON THE NEW AGE (Human experience is at an all time high)
Mel [Lyman]: "Dear Joey, This one I had to write for you..."
Joey Goldfarb: "Mel said 'Pluto is Neptune's Moon...'"
|p. 16||Mel [Lyman]: To All Who Would Know (In the beginning. . . . there was God)
Melinda [Cohn] Lyman : "A tree grows where I used to stand..."
Jessie [Benton] Lyman: "White diamonds of snow piled on my windows..."
Faith [Gude] Lyman: "Every turn told the mad dogs..."
|p. 17||[Mel Lyman]: Letters to Mel: |
unsigned (King Fag)
|p. 18||[Eben Given]: The Journals of John the Waspegg|
Mrs. Murphy's Chowder:
The Biggest Draft Card Burning Yet
|p. 19||[Edward &] Suzanne Beardsley: Calendar|