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SILKSCREENERSNEEDED! Rainbow Trucking Company designs and produces silkscreen T-shirts with designs such as DETROIT. Blues and Jazz Festival 1973, Amorphia ■- We sant Free Legal Backyard Marijuana, and lOothers. We also take custom orders from head shops, stores and community organizations. We need more people to help on all aspects of production from design to printing. If you have experience, great, if not we're willing to teach anyone. There is no pay right now other than one free T-shirt per 4 hours of labor but as the company grows we want to provide survival jobs for people Cali 761-1709 and ask for Kathy Kelley for infromation. Production takes place almost every day and during some nights, and any help would be really valuable. Wonderful west side house for sale. Front porch, big back yard, quiet street, the bedrooms. $21,500. Cali Kitty, 662-3606 Potters and craftspeople -we want pots, wall hangings, etc. to sell on consignment at Plants Galore. Cali 662-3606. Musicians needed for newly forming rock & roll band. Serious inquines, please. Torn -485-2403 Looking for musicians. Need trombone, bari, lato or soprano sax, trumpetflugelhorn for club-oriented, progressive jazzrock group. Cali Ken at 487-5254. Experienced only. Bassman top and Eliminator cabinet with 15" SRO. Cali Dave at 429-785I. To Leo, Maiden in distress from the American and Greek Festivals: Write Riek T. (Libra) at II60 Holcomb No.48, Detroit, 48214. Don G. "Sunny" -Please cali home. You can stay where you are, just let us know you're all right. Mom. One organ player wequipment wanted ■■ cali Dave at 429-7851. Needed ■■ a New Nation button, black background wred star and marijuana leaf so we can print some more. We will gladly pay fot it. Contact Rik Smith, co YIP, P.O. Box 672, Spokane, Wn. 99210. Good time drummer boy wishes to move to A2. Share rent, etc. Quickly! Contact Scott Bennettwant 720 W. Lovell. Kalamazoo, Michigan Andrew, please come home, you are not in trouble with Jernigan or anyone. Mother unable to work. L.R. Pine.