San Francisco: Good Times Commune, 1969. 20p., newsprint tabloid with plenty of illustrations; 11x16.5 in., folded, mild toning, very good copy. Cover illustration is a still from a John Lennon movie cut up into I Ching bars [footnote identifys this as Hexagram 49: Revolution] and captioned "What Does It Mean?"
San Francisco's longest lasting underground paper. A Peoples' Park narrative with plenty of pictures dominates this issue, some eight pages devoted to it. Includes account of the shooting of James Rector by police.