European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 6 1968, Page 13

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseV.,. Fly co"1 Mellon Hctor a re let 8urp the Well filled Blouse and shapely Torso of Paula Schultz Elk Somme Star East German ath Lete attract the attention of the local minister of propaganda Werner Klemperer. When she learns that the apartment provided by him has her As a room mate she vaults Over the Berlin Wall to the West. M Crafty cafe owner neglects to Tell Paula that the act becomes a Surprise strip when ribbons Are pulled. The Bustard is supposed to be a submarine Rescue ship but it s doubtful any sub could rely on the Good ship to save them. With a rather unusual Captain and even More off beat doctor on Board the Bustard s shape is anything but shipshape. Starring Doug Mcclure Nancy Kwan James Shigeta and James Whit More. May Doug Mcclure left Bustard Captain James Whitmore debate ship s cleanliness. Other films scheduled for release next week Navajo Joe seeking vengeance Navajo Joe trails and kills one by one a ruthless gang of Bounty Hunters that had massacred his tribe. M Butterfield 8 the powerful performance by Elizabeth Taylor in this picture won her the Academy award. It is the Story of a High priced Model who loves a wealth society Man and then fails to find the happiness she feels entitled to. Revival. M the sea pirate when a French sea Captain is refuse payment by his government for running the British blockade he turns to piracy. Fun and games on the High sea with Antonelly Lualdi. F Corner Page 14 the stars and stripes by c. J. Peterson Many of the letters i be received Deal with philatelic organic axons. What a names of various organizations what thu do what s the value in joining them no collectors organize for Fellowship to discuss Mutual interest to look it one another collections and to Exchange Dudli Cathis to the function of local stamp pc i Are projects and activities beyond the scope of local groups which Are handled by state federations and nationwide organizations. This include the sponsorship of Large stamp exhibitions publication of club journals an specialized research handbooks. Large groups maintain translation8ervlcea t Dales circuits and Exchange groups. Many furnish expert zing serv ices at minimal fee. These groups Are the Best sources of in a for the collector particularly for specialized Fields several stamp forgers have been put out of business by such groups. The most recent Case a forger opera eng out of mexi co was bought out by the american philatelic society Asp when police action was impossible the Price was above what Mot local group might afford and negotiations involved technicalities which Only a major organization could handle. Here Are some of the major philatelic organizations As Well a specialist groups american philatelic society Asp the largest . Group covering All Fields of philately. . Box 800, state College la. 16801. Society of philatelic americans spa a general Organiza Tion covering All Fields. . Box 10385, Tampa Fla. 33601 collectors club of new York a local group which has be come nationwide. It is one of the most respected research groups in the . And is known in stamp collecting circles Ashe collectors 22 e. 35th st., new York . 10016 american topical association Ata this National Organiza Tion emphasizes topical and thematic issues. New issues Are Analysed for relationship to special themes and Check lists Are provided. Executive Secretary Jerome d. Husak 3306 n. 50th st., Milwaukee wis. 53216. Australian Commonwealth collectors Circle Usa acc Usa a Young but Active group specializing in australian and related issues. Secretary treasurer a Jere a. Doyle jr., . Box 3522,Albuquerque, . 87110. Society of australasian specialists a closely related grouping its 32nd year. Robert l. Cocklin 1638 19th st., Cuya hoga Falls Ohio 44223. American philatelic Congress pc a research group pub Lishes an annual with research articles on a wide Range of items. Secretary a. B. Brandeberry 58 w. Salisbury drive Wilmington Del. 19809. American air mall society an airmail and Aero philatelic collectors association. Secretary mrs. Ruth t. Smith 102 Arbor Road Riverton . 08077. Germany philatelic society Gas a major association for German issues and related areas. Secretary treasurer mrs. Johanna Schwefer .. Box 88, Valparaiso ind. 48383.scandinavian collectors club this group specializes in nordic countries Denmark through Finland Early colonials and other related issues. R. Norby Box 175, Ben Franklin station Washington . 20044. Postal slogan cancel and meter society a Sims a group for collectors interested in cancels and postal meters. Moe Luff 12 Greene Road Spring Valley . 10977.american first Day cover society a fisc founded in 1955 and devoted to first Day cover collecting both . An foreign. Secretary Marge Finger . Box 23, Elberon ., 07740.philatelic literature association caters to literature enthusiasts. Daniel Vooys . Box 187, Canajoharie . 13317.philatelic association of government employees Page Strong on new Issue information and reviews of current philatelic activities membership restricted to military Days state department employees and others Active and retired who Are government connected or dependents. Executive Secretary a. Toula Box 345, devils Elbow to. 65457. Collectors of italian Stamps should be on the Lookout for re issues of earlier regular Stamps. Italy has started using Auto mated mail handling equipment which depends upon the application of fluorescent material to the stamp paper. All new Stamps and postal stationary arc being issued on Tak fed paper. Less publicized is that the Turrita regular Sot is bring reprinted on new paper Stock. Denominations of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50 and 90 lire were issued feb. 20 with others planned for distribution As needed. In addition to paper difference the new definitive Aro slightly smaller measuring 16 by 20 Milli meters As opposed to 17 by 21 for the earlier set. New definitive Are available at philatelic windows of major Post offices and at All Post offices in Genoa and Turin. Two British groups have announced an interest in american members. The Transvaal study Circle and the Orange free state study Circle Are both specialized groups us their names , even if issues of these particular South african areas Are not your Primo interest a visit to one of the London meetings might be the Start of a pleasant acquaintanceship with British philatelists. The Point of Contact for both organizations is major ii. M. Criddle 23 Ixon Croft Avenue Bunstead Surrey. Saturday april 6, 1�68

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