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NO. 17     UNITED FREE PRESS     EASTCOAST    JAN 19 - FEB 1   1968     WESTCOAST 30 CENTS     25¢

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37 Rutland Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Tel: (617) 261-8092 or 247-8370
Brian Keating, Wayne Hansen, Editors; Eben Given, Artist; John Wilton, Bob MacQuaid, Ed Fox, Office Boys; Maria Treschock, Office Girl; Ed and Suzanne Beardsley, Advertising; Jeremy Greenwood, Business; Charles Giuliano, Big Boy in New York (212+533-4211)
AVATAR is published every second week by Avatar Incorporated. Copyright c 1968 by Avatar Incorporated. Office Hours basically 10 to 6, usually later. Manuscripts submitted for editorial consideration should be accompanied by a stamped return envelope to enhance the possibility of return.
AVATAR is printed by the American Colony Press in Worcester, Massachusetts

Articles & Columns (24 pp.)
p. 2Letters:
    Press
    Gordon Woodbury
    Norma Lynn Lyman
    Emily
    Leonard Brown
    Rev. Shepherd Bliss
[Masthead]
p. 3Faith [Gude]: be A CHILD!
p. 4[Eben Given]: Journals of John the Baptist
p. 5"Governor Volpe..."
p. 6Alexander Sorenson: vietnam journal
John Pisces [Wilton]: Hey Governor Volpe, LOOK!
"About the Tea Party ad in Number 15..."
p. 7Patchwork
p. 8Eben [Given]: "So what are you going to do with us..."
p. 10Anthony: "Jesse comes from the middle of the earth..."
[Mel Lyman]: Diary of a Young Artist:
   October, 1962, North Carolina [Mirror: October, 1962, North Carolina (with No. 15 part)]

Peggy Hunter: "pen & ink..."
p. 13Norma Lynn Lyman: "If you know the tune of The Farmer in the dell..."
John pisces [Wilton]: On the subject of music
p. 13-14A DRAGON'S END IS A DRAGON'S TALE
p. 14Mel [Lyman]: a meditation
Jackie Lyman: "Our ol' Pa is so funny..."
Samuelle King: TODAY
p. 15Faith [Gude]: "The boy in blue knows all is true..."
p. 16Faith [Gude]: Fathers & Sons
p. 17Mel Lyman: Telling It Like It Is (it made me sad when the lady fell down in the subway today)
Joey Goldfarb: Using Astrology
"Swift and rough are the questions..." (from the Box)
Joey [Goldfarb: Look
p. 18-20[Mel Lyman]: Letters to Mel:
    Jane Struss
    Ronna
    Ken Spiker
    Bill
    Buck
    King Fag
    Chuck Klein
    J.C.
    Mary
    Miss Cindy Cooperman
    David Tamplin
    Sharkey (Pisces)
    Michael (Taurus)
    Carey P. Longfoot
p. 21Mel Lyman: To All Who Would Know (If a woman is really a woman)
p. 22David Libra: How I Got Home At Last
Norma Lynn Lyman: WHO MEL IS
p. 23Classified (ads)