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Index to Kaliflower, Volume 1

This page comprises a general index consisting of the scanned cover pages along with a contents listing for each issue in Volume 1.

Note that the images are hyperlinked to a much larger, high-resolution version. Click on any image to view the larger version.

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Apr 24, 1969)

Articles

  • Kaliflower the Inter-Communal Newspaper
  • And all who believed were together and had all things in common.
  • Farm Free Behind Straight
  • People Get Ready for the Inter-Communal Picnic
  • A Note to Past and Future Blood Donors
  • A communal cookbook is being put together
  • Emergency messages can be left at Switchboard
  • Come chant the Maha Mantra
  • Any commune interested in the history of the phenomenon should get into History of American Socialisms, by John Humphrey Noyes
  • Notice to the 144,000 from the Messiah's World Commune
  • SF Mime Troupe Puppet Show
  • Flaming Arab Sex Sought
  • Illus. Drawing of several naked bodies with one showing erection.
     

 

Vol. 1, No. 2 (May 1, 1969)

Articles

  • Mouldy Novelties from the Kitchen Sluts
  • Illus. with image of Marilyn Monroe, drawings of palm trees, and phallic-looking creatures.
  • Phoebe Patches Pants Phree
  • Let's get together and buy our food in quantity as close to the source as possible
     

Vol. 1, No. 3 (May 8, 1969)

Articles

  • A Plea to the Beloved
  • Illus. of a bathroom mirror with the writing appearing as lipstick on the mirror.
     

Vol. 1, No. 4 (May 15, 1969)

Articles

  • Lousy Dreams
  • Good Earth commune is birthing the Everlovin' Trading Post
  • The mistress of props seeks goosies, tripod, studs for free film enterprizes
  • From Kerista
  • Angels of Light dancing by the River Ganges / Blue Heaven from the Kitchen Llamas
  • The Messiah's World Commune is going through a cosmic house cleaning
  • Mt. Tam Gathering, May 17th
  • Ads requesting wood carving tools and a 7" tape recorder
  • Class Practical Psychedelicism / Monday Night at the Straight theater / Free
     

 

Vol. 1, No. 5 (May 22, 1969)

Articles

  • Celebrate The Comin Wisdom Understandin Mercy Man
  • These are the only two messages found in the bamboo tube last week

 

Vol. 1, No. 6 (May 29, 1969)

Articles

  • Baghdad Follies
  • 'Pure Sex' For Unwed Russians
  • Anyone interested in starting a free machine shop
  • We affirm that there is no intrinsic difference between property in persons and property in things
  • The time is short;
  • Needed: dishes
  • Illus. drawing of an American Retouching machine.
  • Steve Gaskin's Class -- Monday Nite / moved to Playland at Olde Slot car raceway
  • "Pumpkin Pie" Bread recipe
  • Free ads

Vol. 1, No. 7 (June 5, 1969)

Articles

  • Yab Yum Follies '69
  • Krishna consciousness -- berkeley
  • From Kerista
  • Free vegetables for the taking (and giving) at 221 Downey ...
  • Free carrot pulp at Here & Now

 

Vol. 1, No. 8 (June 12, 1969)

Articles

  • From the Oak St. Commune [announcement of film club that will charge $1 per show, with hand-written editorial comment "lousy dreams"]
  • More on Lovestar from Kerista
  • Communal class [writings of J. Krishnamurti]
  • Good books on wilderness
  • Free Book Supply
  • Degree Mill needs resident Calligrapher
  • Come visit us / 1226-28 Haight
  • Halvah for Krishna [recipe with announcement of chanting and free lunch at the Radha Krishna Temple, 518 Frederick St.]

Vol. 1, No. 9 (June 19, 1969)

Articles

  • To announce an Inter Communal Picnic
  • Commune Land / A lot of people want land. ...
  • Soy Spread [recipe]
  • The UC Regents "own" the top of Twin Peaks. Let's build a model city up there ...
  • Free vegetables moved to 4341 17th St.
  • We have phono records for use of community -- 1128 Haight
  • Silver Wigs [a note from the Sutter Street Commune, lays out the founding history of the commune which publishes Kali Flower]
  • Inter-communal needs -- postage meter / gas refrigerator / rehearsal space / potters wheel, kiln welding equipment
  • Come Shabbos with us / House of Love and Prayer / 347 Arguello Blvd.

Vol. 1, No. 10 (June 26, 1969)

Articles

  • Inter-Communal Picnic / Saturday July 19 / Sigmund Stern Grove S.F.
  • Sweets for Krishna [recipe for Simply Wonderful]
  • Environmental School wants instructors for classes ...
  • Free Lunch [at Radha Krishna Temple]
  • Olimpali wishes to trade organic foods for well made (leather) clothing ...
  • Somewhere over the rainbow / Up North communes / Some notes on the Boswellian Grand Tour of Brother Jonathan ...
  • From the Good Earth / Duality is dead! ...
  • Brothers & Sisters [plea for a Free Clinic for pets]
  • Kali-Flower Man Meets Some People You Know [cartoon]

Vol. 1, No. 11 (July 3, 1969)

Articles

  • Power to the People
  • A Forest of Quaking Aspen -- in the 19th month
  • Blow your horns and beat your drums [join Delmar St. every Sunday on Hippy Hill, G.G., S.F.]
  • Rathakatra Festival (July 27)
  • looking to trade suede jacket for Army field jacket ...
  • Clayton St. needs a 6 volt battery
  • Food buying co-op starting in Berkeley
  • Krishnamurti class on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8pm
  • The Messiah's World Commune ("The One World Family") has opened another health food vegetarian restaurant [with appended editorial comment: "sounds like an ad. let us know about yr home life and theories and dreams, not just yr businesses")
  • Welfare rites [phone numbers for welfare resources]
  • Illus. of man's face with lettering: "Now that you have shown me love we can make it our life together"

Vol. 1, No. 12 (July 10, 1969)

Articles

  • Oneida Commune Parable: only as lovers, ever bowing ...
  • Food Trip [1128 Haight purchases bulk food for several families]
  • A Roach Story [a parable on how to get rid of cockroaches using an organic spray]
  • Don't forget [change of date/space for Intercommunal Picnic]
  • I need instructions about weaving theory ...
  • Memo from the Kerista Tribe ...
  • Earth Children swarming under the full moon [free rock festival in Coos Bay, Oregon, July 27]
  • Kali-Flower Man [cartoon about KF Man inviting Jesus to the commune, and the Pentagon sending their secret weapon to foil his plans]

Vol. 1, No. 13 (July 17, 1969)

Articles

  • The Universe's Very 1st Inter-Communal Picnic [Lafayette Square, July 20]
  • Smoking Gurus [article against holy men who smoke cigarettes -- "Moral: Scatter your coffin pegs on the asphalt street for Moloch motor cars to crush them. Come inside for a taste of ganja -- Granny has the mint tea brewing."]
  • Meeting of the communes [July 17, 7pm, 1350 Waller St.]
  • From Del Mar St. ["On Sunday afternoons we take our horns, bells and flutes to Hippy Hill for a jam session ..."]
  • From West Bush St. [a plea for egg cartons]
  • Ever-Lovin' Tradin' Post (Good Earth) --- a notice about their store at 1428 Haight and with a letter to "brothers and sisters" about the upcoming "council meeting" at All Saints Church
  • Steve Gaskin's Class PICNIC!
  • The Messiah's World Commune presents World Building and New Age Design (every Friday evening at 1387 Oak St.)

 

Vol. 1, No. 14 (July 24, 1969)

Articles

  • Haight Inter Communal and Services Council [report on a meeting at All Saints Church: "...at least one thing was settled -- free bread will again begin to flow from the All Saints kitchen."]
  • Rathayatra! (announcement of the upcoming Krishna Temple event)
  • From E. Bust St. / I would like to learn to sew. ...
  • Welcome Berkeley Communards!
  • Lunar Water [report on the recent meeting of communes]
  • Hindu Folk Band (who came from Calcutta by way of the Spiritual Center for Religion of Humanity, and the lyrics to a song by Rabindra Nath Tagore)

Vol. 1, No. 15 (July 31, 1969)

Articles

  • Some people live on a lonely island (cover title)
  • Free Ads and announcements
  • Armed Love and Hip Community (a statement from "Armed Love/Love Armed" about "armed defense of our people against the enemies" with a counter statement printed in pale ink in the background, signed "from sutter st." which has "selfdefense is unnecessary, institutions are anachronistic ... we move on and create a new free function.")
  • James Baldwin, Hemingway, Dostoyevsky ... We have these books (and others). Please call the Free Book Supply.

 

Vol. 1, No. 15 1/2 (August 5, 1969)

Articles

  • Special Edition! / Extra! Extra! Extra! / A Newsweek reporter named Peter Barnes in in San Francisco right now trying to gain entry into communes. ...

 

Vol. 1, No. 16 (August 7, 1969)

Articles

  • Intercommunal Floating Picnic (Aug. 10, Golden Gate Park)
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • From Waller Street -- The Free Book Supply would like to organize some learning meetings ...
  • Food Trip / The Eleven Thirty (1130) Haight St. Family will make a food pick up and delivery on or around August 10 [drop off a requests list by Aug. 9]
  • I sit in the lap of my mother Shayama (Kali) and sing the glory of Shayam (Krishna) [song lyrics]
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Vol. 1, No. 17 (August 14, 1969)

Articles

  • penis penis penis [cover poetry]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Constructors Congress Meeting [set for Aug. 15, "to coordinate the activity of those interested in developing a ... technology motivated by human and ecological need ..."]
  • Project Pass -- Workshop on Gestalt Art Studios
  • Say! I got an old mode typewriter ...
  • The Angels' Own Social Grace and Blessed Deliverance Band of the Messiah's World Commune ... [lyrics]

Vol. 1, No. 18 (August 21, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • These are some songs of the Hindu Folk Band ...

Vol. 1, No. 19 (August 28, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • From Webster St., Berkeley [plea to create a co-operative commonwealth through personal and social change ... offers suggestions for replacing the existing competitive form of social organization ...]
  • This song is by Gopal Chatterjee. Gopal is one of the best Sri Khole players of India. ...

Vol. 1, No. 20 (September 4, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • In the Land of the Great Yes / Is your dream the same as mine? A strong network of communes and tribes stretching all across the country. ...
  • A good thing happened to me. I fell in love with a woman. We had six weeks of very strong love. [Then her ex-lover came back and they became a threesome until the ex-lover left with her.]
  • Old World Rye Bread [recipe]
  • Free Ads

Vol. 1, No. 21 (September 11, 1969)

Articles

  • Ithilien (474 McAuley, Oakland) is a bunch of Gandhi-type non-violence freaks. We are seeking land in southern Oregon ...
  • Dunbar of Waller St. is looking for articles for a magazine by and for homosexuals and any other people who are willing to make love with members of the same sex. ...
  • Grove St. Commune (Bkly.) urgently needs a hip, loving, non-disciplinarian Summerhillian type person to care for our nineteen-month-old son ...
  • [Announcement of sewing class]
  • Unleavened Sesame Bread [recipe]
  • Sheila ... would like to learn macrame
  • [Dance group forming]
  • [Tires needed]
  • Sutter St. is growing a country branch. If you know how to find free land (public domain, homesteading, squatting, or otherwise) or of any utopias for a reasonable price, write.
  • From Central Street [report of recent community meetings]
  • Peoples Festival September 12 & 13th in the Panhandle / A meeting of the sub-cultures bring your highest trip

Vol. 1, No. 22 (September 18, 1969)

Articles

  • The third intercommunal picnic [Sept. 21, Lands End, SF]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Kaliflower criticized! Frivolous! A gloss on reality! No relevance to people starving! [Editorial reply that posits the communal message against the radical political message: "We are convinced that six months in a completely together commune will push any political radical ten light years leftward."]
  • The Search for a Holy Grail [Booklet stapled into back inside cover with instructions for handling the highest quality grass]

Vol. 1, No. 23 (September 25, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Shlomo and the House of Love and Prayer invite the whole world to celebrate The Festival of Sukkos / the full moon harvest feast [Sept 26-27]
  • Like spiral arms of Indians coming down from the mountains we headed for the beach [report of the intercommunal picnic]
  • Is there a square block somewhere in the city, where several communes live and know each other? [Suggestion for tearing down the fences between back yards]

Vol. 1, No. 24 (October 2, 1969)

Articles

  • A Vegetable's Prayer / we will rescue our sacrificial harvest from the greedy supermarket ... [poem]
  • Two angels in Berkeley have been delivering free produce ...
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 25 (October 9, 1969)

Articles

  • April Rain in August Fire [advice on growing marijuana]
  • The Search for a Holy Grail, Part II [story about growing marijuana plants]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 26 (October 16, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • We would like to see a market-place set up where people can come and rub bellies. ... [vision of a meeting place to find new communards]

Vol. 1, No. 27 (October 23, 1969)

Articles

  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Winter Garden Plantings [list of vegetables to plant at various seasons]
  • Streudel / Blintzes / Honey Cake [three recipes]

Vol. 1, No. 28 (October 30, 1969)

Articles

  • Drinking count your breathing tea [poem]
  • Kali-flower wants to touch our country cousins ... [plea for deliverers to country communes]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Getting thru the winter / Many communes were formed in the summer when living was easy but now winter is coming & many a sunny commune gets cabin fever & breaks up on the rocks. Here are a few hints on how to keep the path clear & the love flowing. ... [long article]

Vol. 1, No. 29 (November 6, 1969)

Articles

  • Compost / This is the time of year to go out into the country  & get truckloads of leaves ...
  • Two Rosemary recipes [first "A salad" and second "The rest of this page contains a beef with rosemary recipe in invisible ink because cows don't grow on trees." A packet of seeds is attached to the page.]
  • Come to the Celebration of the ... 4th Inter-Communal Picnic (Sunday, Nov. 9, at Live Oak Park in Berkeley]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 30 (November 13, 1969)

Articles

  • Look Aloft [with photo of a loft at Sutter St. Commune, article recommends and has tips on building lofts in San Francisco with "fourteen-foot ceilings, incredibly space-wasting stairwells, and unguarded construction sites." Invites people to "visit 1869 Sutter St. to rap with our architects and examine our ten lofts."]
  • Bamboo Messages [title of page with single photograph of a tribesman wearing a bamboo tube in his nose]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • For the Most High Lord of Silver Butterflies & The Hummingbird God [poetic commentary on the Inter-communal picnic]
  • Great Spirit, Our Father, help us and teach us in the way of the truth ... [from "The Gospel of the Redman"]
  • Picnic Days [a thank you to an anonymous lover]

Vol. 1, No. 31 (November 20, 1969)

Articles

  • Let Our Doorways Be Joined Each to Each [notice for deliverers on Thursdays, and for scribes and photographers for kaliflower]
  • Need free vegetables? Well, it's happening! Just let us know you'd like to come along
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Biscuits / Super Hearty High Protein Soup / Yummy Chocolate Cake [recipes]
  • Fre

Vol. 1, No. 31 (November 20, 1969)

Single loose sheet

Vol. 1, No. 32 (November 27, 1969)

Articles

  • The Commune Joining Party suggested in Kaliflower 26 now has a date and a place / December 13 333 3d Street / get the word out to the right pre-communal people
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Dragon's Eye finally got itself mostly together, for Halloween Eve. [describes the angry streets of Berkeley, dressed up in costume. Mentions the tribulations of learning to live together communally. Mentions food conspiracy and getting a lug of grapes from the flea market with assurance they were "strike-free" -- "It's been so long ... Do you know anything else on which people have been so unself-consciously religious in their observance, but the grape strike?"]
  • Dear Mystic Kali [letter from reader about some problems in the commune, with reply from "Kali"]
  • In the ecology of cities / we are insect force [article from Stanyan St Dojo that describes their situation, hopes and dreams]

Vol. 1, No. 33 (December 4, 1969)

Articles

  • That was when the act of love was not taken lightly [poem]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • From the unreal lead me to the real [page of poetry and drawings from "The Family" in Marblemount, WA]
  • The Deliverer's Blues [plea for people to help deliver Kaliflower on Thursdays. Mentions need for "organic MD's" and mention of the upcoming join-a-commune party]
  • The Horse Dance (an American Tribal Tale) [a synopsis of the dream that Black Elk told his people]
  • [Photograph in light yellow ink of Mick Jagger in facial closeup]

Vol. 1, No. 34 (December 11, 1969)

Articles

  • A Would Be Fairy Tale [a story of the commune joining party: "The party was a success in accomplishing all that needed to be done. And the families are still radiant in joy and will live happily ever after."]
  • Messages [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Sprouting seeds of mung beans, lentil, fenugreek ... [instructions for home sprouting of seeds using wide mouth jars]
  • 'Passage to India' a free handbook for cheap overland travel / Along the 'Opium Trail' from Istanbul to Kathmandu [with the address of the Sutter Street Commune]

 

Vol. 1, No. 35 (December 18, 1969)

Articles

  • It may be beautiful in its conception, but the delivery's awful hard. [plea for "commune people with good vibes to visit each other with kaliflower."]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • On December 11 a dinner party for the Renaissance of Haight-Ashbury was held at All Saint's Church. [mentions the hope that the Straight Theater will re-open, under the auspices of a commune. Contact Bob or Friar Tuck]

 

Vol. 1, No. 36 (December 25, 1969)

Articles

  • Intercommunal Christmas Day Street Chant with Floating Lotus Magic Opera [2:00 at the east end of the Panhandle]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Hear this: It is a historic and just cause that has inspired you to occupy the island known as Alcatraz. ... [letter from Rolling Thunder and others from the Western Shoshone Nation of Indians in Nevada, with appended note: "If Alcatraz isn't a commune, I'd like to know what is. Can someone suggest a way to deliver Kaliflower to them?"]
  • Dreams of the Floating Lotus [transcriptions of short dream tales]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Five days ago Sutter Street Commune bought a mountain in Oregon [title of a design in the style of a Japanese landscape showing a mountain bridge and red sun between two peaks]

Vol. 1, No. 37 (January 1, 1970)

Articles

  • Prayer to a dying Black Madam [poem with tipped-in photos on cover page]
  • Dear Mother [letter from Art to his mother about medical bills he does not intend to pay. Gives a glimpse of his life in the Sutter Street Commune]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Radio Bugs [proposal for a "commune net" of citizen's band (CB) radios, signed "Omozmo commune"]
  • A Kifmas Poem [in praise of good dope and acid for bringing the commune together]

 

Vol. 1, No. 38 (January 8, 1970)

Articles

  • The "Cockettes" perform "Rue de Can Can" (tonight) [cover page is see-through pink paper and photo of the troupe is on second page]
  • Goldie Glitters / January 8, 1970 / ... There seems to be a new Repertory Company that is getting themselves together called "The Cockettes" and Boy are they hot stuff. ... [mentions a party and some who attended] Miss Lulu ... Prunella ... Miss Fayette ... Shanghai Lily ... Scrumbly ... Harlowe
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • The Angels of Light Free Theatre seek musicians for orchestra, actors, dancers, costumes, set designers, starlets -- put glamour glossies in the bamboo tube

Vol. 1, No. 39 (January 15, 1970)

Articles

  • Ching / The Well [I Ching reading: "The town may be changed but the well cannot be changed. ... the superior man encourages the people at their work and exhorts them to help one another." Photos of commune members working in a city garden.]
  • Complementary Planting [article about gardening in backyards, with the idea of creating free communal environments]
  • Goldie Glitters / High everyone! Dahlings, I do hope that you are enjoying my column, because I sure enjoy doing it. Let's see what's been going on at the communes. [communal goings-on, with note: "The Gay Liberation is having a march on ABC tomorrow for firing Leo Lawrence ..."]
  • Staph Epidemic Remedy [using Golden Seal root, Aloe Vera and other ingredients]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 40 (January 22, 1970)

Articles

  • How to Make Neat Yogurt [instructions and recipe]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Hot Tips from Aunt Jemima [recipes for "Mizzy Scarlets M-M-M-M-M Good Soy Burgers", "A New Bread Recipe from Harmony Grits", "Butterfly McQueens Constant Coment [sic] Pear Pie"]

Vol. 1, No. 41 (January 29, 1970)

Articles

  • The Tale / geodesics are lately enjoying an unprecedented popularity for reasons of their essential usefulness ... [a story about constructing a geodesic dome on the plans of Buckminster Fuller's "Sun Dome", with diagrams of essential parts]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • In our home we have meetings once a week. ... [description of the process of discussing projects and making decisions by consensus]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Black Magic / There are journalists again among us, hovering on the fringes of the communal culture. They do not care to live with us, and so are not responsible to us, yet they wish to exercise the plasticizing power of the MASS MEDIA, transforming the communes into waiting-room melodramas. The commune that was featured in LIFE has told Kaliflower that it has virtually been destroyed by the streams of visitors called forth, though its name wasn't even mentioned. ...

Vol. 1, No. 42 (February 5, 1970)

Articles

  • Messages {Free Ads and Notices]

 

Vol. 1, No. 43 (February 12, 1970)

Articles

  • Picnic / Saturday Feb. 14, 1970 2 PM / Sutro Park
  • Sutter St. Commune is run with government by criticism, a form originated in the Oneida Community (1847-1879). [explains how the ritual of criticism takes place in the commune] We would like to extend government by criticism to Kaliflower. Here is an example.
  • Curt Revenge of the Armed Love Commune suggests to Kaliflower A) the Kaliflower stop wasting one side of each page B) that the Kaliflower stop delivering itself to those communes that it has nothing to say to! Either speak clearly to 160 communes or stop delivering to 160 communes! C) be proud of what you are! Don't masquerade as an intercommunal newspaper be one. D) don't tyranize the minds of your communalists with your own fears of mass media. ... True Love will set you 101% free
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Shanti's Super Salad [recipe]
  • Compost Salad [tips on where to get composting ingredients]
  • How to make a Ba-Voom thing for little kids and bigger kids too [instructions for a musical instrument]

Vol. 1, No. 44 (February 19, 1970)

Articles

  • A child's prophetic dream [about candy bars, "Man Is It"]
  • An adult's prophetic dream / Return San Francisco to the earth / how? vacant lots /compost / trees - weeds - molds / needed: ecology info ...
  • Here I sat down in the basement when in a spangle of starlight ... [a vision on acid]
  • Rehearsal for the Apocalypse, distributed with Kaliflower 41, has provoked two responses:
  • It looks lie the bad rappers of the turn off squad have got their noses out of joint about the free land trip in New Mexico scheme. ... [letter from Lovable Ol' Doc Stanley about the Rehearsal for the Apocalypse sheet]
  • The bum rap that the earth/life defense commune laid on the proposed Earth People's Park trip is reminiscent of what happened to the Wild West Show last summer. ...
  • Boys, boys, boys! [editorial comment from Kaliflower exhorting the individuals involved to "sweeten out"]
  • Kaliflower Kriticism [requesting that KF not sign the articles this person submits if they are unsigned, even if someone recognizes the handwriting]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

 

Vol. 1, No. 45 (February 26, 1970)

Articles

  • Garbage Soup from Cherry St. [recipe]
  • Dear Doc Stanley [letter from Ron Thelin with criticisms of the Earth People's Park project]
  • Music Music Music [suggestions for musicians to play free concerts]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Peoples Medical Care [notice of a meeting including the Free Medical Clinic, the Black Man's Free Clinic, the Good Earth Commune to discuss "how to get medical supplies and knowledge on your own block"]
  • The Free Print Shop, Kaliflower's printers, refuses to handle any money or barter ads (for sale, jobs, etc)
  • Pet lovers: [editorial against feeding dead animals to pets, and other concerns]
  • The Earthworm: Here we find one of the greatest aids to soil aeration. ...
  • An instinctual myth for Val partly written one year ago at the time of Aquarius and recreated for you Now ... [dream poem]

Vol. 1, No. 46 (March 5, 1970)

Articles

  • Towards revolutionary splendor [poem]
  • The liberation of souls [poem]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • More Bullshit for the Gardens [encounter with the police after preparing a communal garden]
  • Garbage, Garbage or Where Is Our Garbage? [Marin commune lost garbage service seeks to develop a long term recycling project]
  • Steam Bath [instructions for creating a teepee steam bath with hot rocks]

Vol. 1, No. 47 (March 12, 1970)

Articles

  • The Return of Kali-Flower Man [cartoon]
  • Berkeley Free Food [seeking deliverers]
  • "Survival Bread" . . . so we're told -- one could survive on this and nothing else for six months. [recipe]
  • Crunchy Granola [recipe]
  • Hepatitis Stay 'Way from my door [suggests lots of protein, including brewers yeast, and unsulphered blackstrap molasses for its iron]
  • Why concrete and cement? [editorial comment on the art of rebuilding old structures, and also on the perversion of Rapidograph pens]
  • "To bring great offerings creates good fortune. ..." [article on planting at the Spring Equinox]
  • Ithilien North is 73 acres of land in Oregon and a shop floor. ...
  • To person going to Hawaii in April: just returned from Maui yesterday ... if I were going again soon this is what I would take: ...
  • Kaliflower [cover artwork for this issue]

Vol. 1, No. 48 (March 19, 1970)

Articles

  • Go out into your garden with a shovel. ... [advice and instructions for planting]
  • Shri Jaya / specially invites K.F. readers / Free Yoga classes [Berkeley]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • Brothers! The alternative to the American death machine -- big business -- is not small business (that's just the same old thing only less of it) -- it is *no* business. ... [arguments against charging rent, and against selling things]

Vol. 1, No. 49 (March 26, 1970)

Articles

  • Moving to the Country: The Mendocino - Ft. Bragg Area [report of Geoff, of the Sutter St. Commune, of his visit to this area, and mentions plans for future such reports of other Northern California/Southern Oregon land tours]
  • KF was invited to a meeting of the terrible, squalling infant, Earth People's Park (who just recently gave up the New Mexico adventure). What we found was a group of young people trying to form a country commune, just like dozens and dozens of other such groups everywhere. What makes this group different is their belief that their smallest poop should receive full coverage in the mass media. ...
  • [Reproduction of a movie poster for "The Commune" showing at the Nob Hill theater]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 50 (April 2, 1970)

Articles

  • Assified Ad / We seem to be drawing inward, and are growing involved in moving to Oregon and making a dirty movie. Should we give KF up with #52, should we expand our commune to include new energy sources who can carry on the newspaper, while other members of the commune can go to Oregon or fuck each other silly in a Shanghai vice den circa 1925??? If we have made any difference in your life, then come forward now and tell us what to do. ...
  • "I found out that a lot of people want to know about and live in communes, but there is no place for them to go to find out about them and meet other people who also want to be in communes. ..." [announces a meeting on Apr 2 in the basement of Moe's bookstore in Berkeley.]
  • Coming from the deep South, I never paid much attention to food prices until I made the migration to California. ... [announces a meeting for communes to join the Food Conspiracy. explains how the food buying program works. signed "jerry walker, memphis commune"]
  • [Free Ads and Notices]

Vol. 1, No. 51 (April 9, 1970)

Articles

  • Sun. April 12 / Music Festival / ... / Come to an Intercommunal Picnic (Rock Springs Meadows, Mount Tamalpais)
  • [Free Ads and Notices]
  • [Recipe for Muesli]
  • We believe that the suggestion to rip off bicycles in the last issue of your/our lovely Kaliflower is not in the best interests of the hip community. ... [several notes from readers that criticize the rip-off suggestion]
  • There were almost no replies to last week's front page plea.
  • Moving to the Country Part Two Grants Pass, Oregon [report from the "historical communal reporter"]
  • [Recipes for Tahini Sauce, Beer, and growing sprouts]

Vol. 1, No. 52 (April 16, 1970)

Articles

  • The Fuck Me Dry Issue
  • Free Old Films
  • [Free Ads and Notices including replies on recent topics of controversy]
  • Free Dirty Movies
  • Free Intercommunal Confiscation of All Death Trips
  • And This Means All Tobacco
  • A series of riders like the "Pony Express" between Oregon and here ...
  • Free Performance / All Communes / Blessings / Firehouse Theater
  • Free Grrass
  • Brothers and Sisters! / we invite you to come hear the revelation of Sun Myung Moon ...
  • No Phone Tax! April 14 Rose & Shattuck / Pay Bills But Not Tax ...
  • How to get a free phone ["Warning / Dangerous information can lead to bust"]
  • Free Hooey
 

Vol. 1, No. 52-1/2 (April 23, 1970)

Articles

  • Semen-Ars for Volume II Number 1 of Whatever This Will Be Come / 1869 Sutter after noon / Saturday shape / Sunday artwork / Monday layout / Tuesday photography / Wednesday printing / Thursday distribution
 
 

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