Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 28
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PAGE 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 FOR FREE If you have something to give away, the Citizen will prini your offer at no charge. MAIL YOUR NOTICE -- do NOT phone it in -- to "For Free," Tucson Daily Citizen. Please include your phone number, street address and signature. The Citizen reserves the right to cut the length of offers. o o o KITTEN -- Lovely black and white, long-tiaired kitten. Female. Has tiad Shots. Trained fa cat pan. Bowls cat pan and collar arc included. Cannot afford 1° keep ihe kitten. Conlacl Miss Smith at 622-0162. o o o TREE, BUSH -- Large arborvitaa tree. Green bush. Bring tools. Saturday B a.m. to 5 p.m. only. Call 298-3937. 0 0 0 DOG -- Mixed breed female. Small, Ocntle and very gocd with children. Red sold in color. Has had no shots and is V/s years old. 2913 E. 19t St. After 4 p.m. on Saturday. o o o CATS, KITTENS -- Desperate to lind Bood honrvss for our cats and kittens Phone 2?8-2524. o o o DOG -- Siberian resistered husky, I 1 : years old. Must have fenced yard and children to play with. 431 E. Alluras. o o o If-you cannot fird a suitable home for your pet, you'll find a helping hand a1 Ihe Humane Society of Tucson, 3450 N Kelvin Blvd. Phone 326-6611. o o o PLASTER -- Materials tor mixing wal plaster. Call after 6 p.m. Phone 325-0968 o o o CACTUS -- Agnavi cactus. Already dug Up and ready to plant. Call 326-9717, after I p.m. o o o TREES -- Three 6-foot elm trees and several small ones. Bring tools to dig 4038 E . Hayhurst Lane. Phone 326-3839. o o o DOGS -- Twc small rat terriers. Both females. Full grown. Call 2?i-6S33. o o o TREES -- Small trees for firewood. Cut down and haul away. 3S2o E. Presidio Road. Call 326-8061 after 5 p.m. o o o DOORS -- two sliding aluminum doors. Call 294-7769. o o o CAT -- Home needed for a 4-year-old spayed female. She has smoke gray and white thick, shor; hair. Housebroken to use either sandbox or outside. Owner in hosoital. Call 327-0377. o o o CATS -- Long-haired s m o k e gray, 7-month-old male. Long-haired 7-month old, oranee and wtiire female. Both very affectionate and good with children. Cal 624-1534. o o o DOS -- Purebred, year-old female Ger man shepherd. Musi have good home Has all shots and license. Call 326-3502 frosn S to 9 p.m. weekdays; all day on weekends Family moving away. o o o HEDGE -- Large hedsa to be dug up 1155 N. Magnolia Blvd. Call 7?3-S416. o o o Everything listed in this public servic column is offered fre« of charge. The Citizen assumes no responsibility lor the condition of items offered. STAMPS IN THE NEWS \ Swiss, Aerospace Days Covers Being Issued By DOROTHY GALLAGHER Four strikingly colorful com- nemoraiives will be released y Switzerland next Thursday, lie first "publicity" stamps of 9C8. A 10-centime issue marks he golden jubilee of the Swiss Women's Alpine Club and pic- ures snow-capped mountain peaks in a stylized drawing. The 20-centime value is the Swiss issue marking the CEPT- EUROPA 1968 meeting. The motif for the 1968 issue by member nations shows a key with the CEPT emblem in it's handle to symbolize "the open ing the way to a unified Europe" through international cooperation through postal anc telecommunications media. , T h e 3 0-c e n I i m e commemorates the 18th Olympic Tournament of Chess Mastet^ to be held in Lugano in OetobeiV November. The 50-centime issue notes the dedication of the mod evnized Cointrin Internationa Airport in Geneva, one of the busiest airports on the conti nent. First day covers, each with an engraved cachet producec by the postal administration are available: one for the en tire set, and four others for th individual stamps. The set which has a face value of 2 cents, will be available her iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMM The 1%8 St. Patrick's Day cover features a two-color cachet of Dunsany Castle, County Meath, Ireland. The covers will be mailed in Ireland on March 17, with an attractive Irish commemorative stamp postmarked Dunsany, where the castle is situated. This is the 17th consecutive cachet of the historical Irish castle series. Collectors in this country wishing covers may write to Ir- ish Cachet Covers, 947 E. 32nd St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11210. Cost per cover is 65 cents. o o o A new, enlarged edition of The Traveler, a loose-leaf world stamp album specially designed for the beginning collector, has just been published. The 1968 edition still retails for $2.95 and is available at stamp dealers 'and stores, or may be ordered from the publisher, H.E. Harris Co., Boston, Mass. 02117. The Canal Zone is isssuing a 10-cent (yellow) and 25-cent (green) airmail, and a 6-cent i, blue-green) regular postage stamp, on March 15. The airmail stamps will be the same as the present airmail series in design, but of different denominations and colors. The G-cent ordinary postage stamp will have the Goethals Memorial located at Balboa, Canal Zone, as its main subject. Four Anglers Rescued, 5th Won't Leave PORT CLINTON, Ohio (AP) -- The Coast Guard rescued four fishermen from an ice floe about 1,000 yards off shore in Lake Erie near here, but another man decided to stay and fish. "We can't make him come off," said one officer. "Those fish sure must have been hitting prelly good. As far as we know, he's still out there." Justice Department Probes Books On Making Firebombs WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department is investigating a pamphlet distributed to antiwar groups which blueprints a nationwide campaign of harassment against the more than 17,000 members of local draft boards. But while confirming existence of the pamphlet, a department spokesman said Wednesday night: "We know of no activity being taken or planned to implement 'the plan of the publication." The Selective Service System said, in addition to confirming the pamphlet is being distributed, that instructions have been circulated on how to make firebombs and other destructive devices. The Selective Service spokesman did not detail these instructions. He said he was unaware of any actual harassment of draft board members other than a few incidents previously reported. :hrough dealers or directly from Bern through the Philatelic Service Office, 10 Parkterrasse, Ch-3000 Bern, Switzerland. o o o "Aerospace and Arizona Days" is the theme of a special souvenir cover available to collectors. Particularly of interest to specialists in aerospace lopic- als, the cachet depicts a precision flight formation by the Air Force Tlumderbirds. The eighth annual Aerospace Days program will be held tomorrow and Sunday. A single cover of the event will; cost 35 cents. A set of covers, one canceled on each date, is 60 cents. Airmail postage is used \ o n the covers. Order from: Aerospace Covers, P.O. Box 5121, Tucson, Ariz. 85703. Art Show Entries Due On March 22 The Tucson Art Center has announced that entry blank and fees for the 18th annual Tucson Festival Art Show are due March 22. Final date for actual delivery is March 26. The Festival Art Show is open to rll artists of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. Any painting, collage or print media is eligible. Artists may submit two original, recent works not previously shown in T-jcson. Three cash prize purchase awards total $1,000. ·The Tucson Festival Art Show will be previewed by members and guests on April 16 at the Art' Center. The exhibition will be open to the public the following day through May 19. There is no admission charge. 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