(Original Caption) On foot, in cars, atop cars, young people leave the great love-in of the sixties, the Woodstock Music Festival. Three hundred thousand young people descended upon Bethel, N.Y., and to the surprise of most, took part in a festival that will, no doubt, go down in history. Peace reigned supreme and youth, for once, told of its disdain of the establishment in a manner that could be understood by all. Coming at a time when the young generation's public relations was at its worst, the Woodstock Music Festival may have helped lessen the ever-widening generation gap. It was beautiful baby.