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April 12, 1968 - 25¢ - 2 Sections
|(Also at the 80 Wooster Street address: "...increasing losses forced [Jonas] Mekas to discontinue the [Filmmakers'] Cinematheque at the Forty-First Street Theater. He managed to reopen it in 1968, in what he hoped would be a permanent location in an artists's cooperative building (owned by George Maciunas, the founder of Fluxus) at 80 Wooster Street in SoHo...")|
|Articles & Columns|
|Section 1 (17½" x 23" - 8 p.)|
|p. 2||Brian Keating: There were several Enthusiastic People in the Streets the Other Day|
|p. 3||Brian Keating: "I can't know exactly how other people reacted..."|
Bill Chamberlain: "One brother in a long squirming file..."
John Wilton: "In Times Square last night after Martin Luther King was murdered..."
|p. 4||Michael Rossman writes Jerry Rubin (from the Berkeley Barb, March 22, 1968)|
|p. 5||John Wilton: This Weeks Hipocrite: New York Bell or Let's All Flog a Dead Horse|
Snydley Purnishes: bricks for seed
John Wilton: confrontation
Bill Chamberlain: "In the center of the little park..."
Snydley Purnishes: even the Brits?
Pluto Speaks [Mel Lyman]: "I'm a very healthy person..."
A new cartoon series
|p. 6||Jon Maslow: The Start of |
Mrs. Murphy: "Few people have heard of Venture Cigarattes..."
D.G. Hartwell and Paul Williams: Thrilling Wonder Stories
|p. 7||This man would like you to know (Avatar ad)|
Film Maker's Cinemathique
Group Image 900 show
Bill Graham presents in New York
|Section 2 (11½" x 17½" -  p. unnumbered)|
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