European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 13 1968, Page 13

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 13, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePaul Newman finds himself on a two year tint with a prison Chain gang following a Drunken spree in a Southern town. Brutal Camp officials can t break his spirit and numerous escapes Lead him to a tragic confrontation with his tormentors. Also stars George Kennedy to Van Fleet. M Paul Newman takes to the tracks after fleeing prison. I pact. One is Little of Wal up Hoymel the women get a big Welcome from Rex Harrison. Other films scheduled for release next week the happening sex gangster Anthony Quinn is kidnapped by Asung of toughs and when none of his friends offers to Ransom him. Quinn makes things happen. Michael Parks and George Mahar Isare also around to keep things exciting. M Duel at d1ahlo Here s a new Cowboy and Indian Angle. James Arner Hud Uii Indian wife who was scalped by a White Man he accompanies a a on train to fort Concho where he Hopes to of indict killer. Sidney 1 Oiler and Hibi Andersson Are among the Way Ward voyagers. � Macy so input when Elvis Presley in t twanging his guitar he takes time to race cars. When he in t racism cars he s Racine from a pack of marriage minded women. Racing cars s racing fro f 80110�corner by c. J. Peterson the Post office department has been working hard to pre pare for the postal rate increases. As a result collectors have a wave of new issues for their albums not Only the previously announced commemorative but also numerous new regular issues. A new 10 cent airmail appeared Jan. 5, with first Day Cere monies at san Francisco. For the first time the design departs from the theme of flight and instead presents 50 White Start against a red background. The stamp is issued in sheets in Book lets of 40 five panes of eight fac value $4.00and in coils Rolls of 100, 500 and 3,000. Dec. 28, the 6 cent Franklin d. Roosevelt regular was re issued in Booklet format and in coils. The coils were immediately available in Rolls of 100, 500 and 3,000. There Are two versions of the6 cent Booklet format. The first in panes of five appeared on Jan. 8, together with panes of the 2 cent Frank Lloyd Wrights amp. This forms a Booklet containing 15 Roosevelt and five right Stamps Selling for $1. First Day covers were service for the Wright Stamps Only in full Booklet panes of five wit cancellation at Buffalo . The second version of the6 cent Roosevelt Booklet is sue appeared Jan. 12, together with a new 1 cent Thomas Jef Ferson stamp. The Jefferson is sue which replaces the 1983 an Drew Jackson regular comes in panes of 100, in coils of 500 and3,000 and in Booklet panes of eight. The booklets which havea face value of $2, consist of one pane of the 1 cent Jeffer sons and four panes of eight 6 cent Roosevelt. First Day ceremonies for the Jefferson is sue Are at Jeffersonville ind. There were first Day cancel for the 6 cent Booklet pane of eight on dec. 28. No official fac service was announced for the 6 cent of five another 6 cent regular will appear on Jan. 24, with fac service at Washington subject is the american Flag flying Over the Whitehouse with the Washington Monument and the Jefferson memorial in the background. This stamp will appear in Reg ular Sheet format Only. Other new production involves postal stationery. A it cent statue of Liberty embossed envelope was issued on Jan. 4 in of the stars and stripes huge Colls of 6-cent Roosevelt Stamps were printed to meet demand when first class Post age rate increased. A at new York City. On the Sam Date a 5 cent Lincoln regular postal card and a reply card double card were released at Hodgen Lue ky., the Post of fice nearest Lincoln s birth place. Finally a 10 cent embossed airmail envelope was issued at Chicago Jan. 8. The embossed stamp triangular in shape shows a Needle nosed Jet on a red background. The Apo system does a commendable Job of stocking new commemorative issues. How Ever it is normally very slow in acquiring postal stationery and booklets because these items move slowly and there is relatively Little interested in station Ery booklets and coils Are advised to write the Post office department philatelic sales unit for order sheets at City Post office Washington do 20013. Saturday january 13,

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