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The Peace Calendar

anon — November 1983

Editorial Board
Beth Richards, Jon W. Spencer Metta Spencer

Managing Editors
Nicole de Montbrun Eudora Pendergrast

Contributors
Roberta Spence, Anne Hume

Staff Photographer
Charles Wiener

Publisher Jon W. Spencer
Ad Sales Manager Stan Adams (xxx-xxxx)

Ad Sales Representatives
Judith Cohen. Susan Spicer

Circulation Director
Richard Kopycinski

Subscriptions Manager
Roberta Spence

Production
Lisa, Wax and Nancy

Canadian Disarmament Information Service Board of Directors
Phyllis Creighton, Beth Richards, Dr. Christopher Ross, Dr. Metta Spencer, Nancy Whitla

Honourary Patrons
Mayor Art Eggleton, Prof. Eric Fawcett, George Ignatieff, Margaret Laurence, Rt. Rev. Dr. Clarke MacDonald, Dan Ross, Dr. Frank Sommers

The Peace Calendar is published monthly by CANDIS, an Information clearlnghouse for the peace movement. We are in favour of international nuclear disarmament. and within that broad context. do not endorse any official policy. The Peace Calendar attempts to provide a forum for discussion of these proposals within space restrictions. We are supported by donations. subscriptions and advertising revenue.

The Peace Calendar cannot be responsible for the return of, or response to, unsolicited manuscripts.

ISSN 0824-3107.

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Typeset by volunteer labour at the offices of The New Edition on the University of Toronto campus.

Printed at Charters Litho (a union shop) in Brampton, Ontario.

Announcements should be sent to Peace Network News, Toronto Area Calendar, or Across Canada Calendar, c/o CANDIS, 10 Trinity Square. Toronto. On. M5G 1B1. Space is limited, so please be brief. We welcome letters to the editors.

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