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Please read this!

anon — July 1983

If you’re reading this, it’s a miracle. We have been plagued by every conceivable problem in producing this issue of The Peace Calendar. We won’t bore you with the details, but if we’ve spelled someone’s name wrong, or made a mistake in the listings, please don’t judge us too harshly.

This fact brings up an important point. Last month, we printed a plea for your support. We want to take this occasion to thank the new staff members for their invaluable help. However, we didn’t receive all the help we need, as evidenced by this month’s production difficulties. There are several positions that particularly need to be filled by volunteers.

In addition, we have several odd jobs and 1-day-a-month jobs that need to be done. And we need names of a few people we could call on in a pinch for each type of job: volunteer labour is erratic because of other time constraints.

If you’d like to contribute your energy to the Calendar, please call. Ask for Jon Spencer at xxx-xxxx. Thank you for reading this.

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