St. Patrick items in quarterly notes

ANTIQUES

March 12, 1995|By Anita Gold | Anita Gold,Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service

Q: With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, could you please inform your readers, or collectors of St. Patrick memorabilia, of the new publication, St. Patrick Notes, designed to help keep the memory of St. Patrick alive by collecting and preserving items relating to the patron saint of Ireland?

A: Folks, this is no blarney! St. Patrick Notes (which contains legends, facts, quotes, stories, and other notes about St. Patrick) is a limited-edition, irregularly issued, quarterly publication that will make your eyes smile whether you're Irish or not. To receive St. Patrick Notes, send your name and address with two stamps to St. Patrick Notes, c/o Chuck Thompson, P.O. Box 11652, Houston, Texas 77293. Publication and distribution costs are absorbed by the publisher, assisted by any contributions -- financial or otherwise -- that readers might wish to make. Phone Mr. Thompson at (713) 442-7200. Collectibles range from old St. Patrick's Day postcards to peppy and tear-provoking Irish sheet music.

Send your questions to Anita Gold, P.O. Box 59354, Chicago, Ill. 60659. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Due to the high volume of mail, not all letters can be answered.

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