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Part 8 -- Sub Part 3
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8 Sub Pt 3
-- This covers my life in Vancouver, Washington from mid-March 1978 -- May 14, 1978 and my transition from construction worker in Washington State to juice bar operator in Portland, and the appearance of some of old former co-workers in Portland from the Fall of '75, and my engineered appearance at the anti-nuclear rally in Portland on April 30th at the River Front Park where four days later many of these same anti-nukers protested President Carter's visit to Portland on May 4th and 5th. -- I was prompted to attend the April anti-nuke rally by one of my health food store co-workers and accompanied there by a police informant I just met a month before and who was apparently 'steered' to me at the Vancouver unemployment office late March '78, by one of my former co-workers from the Fall of 1975 when I worked at Celanese Pipe in North Portland.