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December 21, 1967

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OVERSEAS MAIL MUST BE CORRECTLY ADDRESSED TO INSURE DELIVERY ....... W w ~ ":"~!!~!!L ;, ........... ! Urged the citizens of the Hartford than 9 million pieces of mail were its destination," Postmaster HunterI e ash all our .:V~. :'iiiiii:il~"? ~ ~ I area to be sure to use the correct delayed in delivery. Of thisnumber, said. I' :il!iJ:-q:'' . [ address on their letters and pack- 3 1/2 million pieces failed to in- There are four essential elements yjoyous . ages going to servicemen overseas elude the 5 digit APe or FPO nun- to an overseas military address. They to avoid serious delays in delivery,ber in the address. This improper- are: 1. The serviceman's identity - ! Christmas Season. iiliI!: I The Post Office Department reports ly addressed mail had to be sent to grade, full name, and service nun- I ~~1 i ~I ] that mllltns f letters and packages a military lcatr directry where ber" 2" HIs military unit -cmplete"I ] going overseas have been delayed time=consuming searches were made 3. Gateway post office - New York, m-because they were insufficiently ad- to,,determine the proper addresses. San Francisco or Seattle. 4. APO orI dressed. They said that one of the As Christmas mail volume going FPO - a 5 digit number. I at- biggest problems has been the fail-overseas is expected to increase up When any of these elements is to tire of persons to include the very to 30 per cent or over 4 million missing the letter or package will J Leac rocery I on importantin 5 digitmilitaryAPO or FPO hum- pounds above last year, every pre- be delayed in delivery. [ .... Sunnydale. Kentucky ber the address. Mail caution should be taken by friends [ not containing this number is in- and relatives of servicemen to ad- ! the ' correctly addressed, dress their letters and packages pro-HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED ? i; Hwy. 231 Hartford QS otar ~onles resound nith the joys o/ the holiday, let us give thanlts /or all our tnany blessings. p "Scrub-A-Dub Laundry & Dry Cleaners Manager, David Crume if" The splendor of t~ shining star reminds us of the glories of that first Christmas night, making our hopes brighter. Tichenor Chev., Olds., Buick, Inc. Hwy. 231 South Hartford, Kentuc, ky The joyous songs of this Christmas season ring out with notes of good cheer, happiness and peace on earth, We, too, join our voices, wishing everyone, everywh ere, th e Merriest of Ch ristmases ! eover am 0 OSI cIn Nill lJ I I I II,LI /~ay your heart be filled with the rich blessings, and abiding love of the holiday. Company 231 North Beaver Dam, Kentucky Santa rings his bell to send very best wishes for a fun-filled Holiday Bank of Fordsville Fordsvile, Kentucky ..... I I THE OHIO COUNTY Your Pklure Newspaper ttARTFORD, KENTUCKY. DECEMBER II I I I i!)ur wish: that p,'ac,' and understanding prevail throughout the u'orld, bringing men lasting hope and Iot,e. Mary Ranney Robe County Court Clerk 21. 1967 rts I II May the bless- ings of Christmas be yours during this holy season and may they continue long into the future. Duke Funeral Homes ................ Hartford 298'3287 Centertown 232-4320 Dundee 276-3311 ::, r e J [ bring to gou and yours the gifts of peace, joy and lasting contentment With this wish, we greet our friends and neighbors and extend our heart- felt thanks for your many kindnesses. We are privileged to serve you. 200 North Main Beaver Dam, Kentucky III I I I I I II I II I | I I I I 3