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Issue No. 70 - October 1966 { Page 01 }
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OCTOBER 1966 CONTENTS: Page 01: BIRTH CONTROL FOR THE POOR by Gerry Nadel and THE WEDDING NIGHT SPECIAL by Tad Richards -- Page 02: CO-EXISTING by Saul Heller - Beastly Suicides - Benefits of Pollution - And Now—People Food for Dogs -- Page 03: Musical Links to Crime - Truth and Consequences in Packaging -- Page 04: The Perils of Being Annoyed - Sex in the Dark -- Page 05: BROWN RICE, YELLOW JOURNALISM & A PINCH OF RED BAITING by Mike Gershman, Charles Simon and Robert Christgau -- Page 06 -- Page 07 -- Page 08 -- Page 09 -- Page 10: WHO KILLED THE HERALD TRIBUNE? by Alan Whitney -- Page 11 -- Page 12 and 13: RAKE UP ALL THE JUNK AND BURN IT AND WHAT DO YOU GET? by Dick Guindon -- Page 14 -- Page 15 -- Page 16 -- Page 17: A VISION OF ST. LUCI'S DAY by Walter R. Keller -- Page 18 -- Page 19 -- Page 20 -- Page 21 -- Page 22 -- Page 23 -- Back Cover: WHO SLEPT WITH WHO DURING WORLD WAR II by Michael Valenti


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