No one could accuse Albert Meltzer, a leading member of the international anarchist movement, who died earlier this year aged 76, of taking himself too seriously. Instructions for his funeral included a jazz band, a stand- up comedian, and the coffin to slide into the incinerator to the sound of Marlene Dietrich. Anyone mourning would be denounced as the representative of a credit-card company and thrown out on their ear. And snowballs, if in season, (tomatoes if not) were to be be thrown at anyone uttering even worthy