Alive and growing for 47 issues, the Arm Arbor SUN is now approaching its 2nd anniversary as a rainbow community newspaper. We tried to come out regular ly, but we haven 't published since Jan. 23rd and we won 't publish again until March 26th. That means no SUN on the streets for 2 months, the longest time period between issues in our history. We've temporarily come to halt because of financial problems, but more importantly we're in the middle of a struggle to reorgainze all aspects of the paper, financial and editorial. On the SUN masthead it says we are a rainbow community newspaper, but in reality we did not take into account the size and diversity of that community and instead spoke only to a very small number of people. stead of constantly expanding the scope of the paper to cover information relevant and interesting to more people, we alienated some people by not speaking to their concerns at all. A newspaper can only ref lect the ínformation and ideas of thc pcople creatíng ït. That's why the SUN has to grow to iivclude more people on its staff, people who rcf lcct the different segments of the Anrv Arbor rainbow community. In the past we've been supported by the Rainbow People's Party, which can no longer afford our financial losses. We've resolved to become economically self-sufficient from now on, paying off our debts, paying our bilis on time and only printing as many pages as we can afford each issue. We've also resolved to get out of the basement of the Rainbow Paople's Party on Hill St. and into an office of our own. We know our subterranean location has made us seem inaccessable, so as a temporary measurè until we find our new office, we'll be operating out of the first floor of 1510 Hill St. , next door to 1520. In general the SUN needs constant criticism, ideas, and suggestions f rom everyone. Our immediate needs are loans and donations, a new office in the community and more people actively working to put out each issue. If you're a writer, artist, typist or want to work on production, distribution, or advertising, cali Kathy Kelley or Linda Ross at 761-1729. You don't need any experience, just come over and volunteer your time, that's how all of us got started too.