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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 9 April 1909

rohr siw1 erkCS i + li j 1 f v T > I I I j v c cj f < 1 f Of > W < V t > 7 r irJ i IJ1i a 1 i a r t i > > t 0 f 1 1 tJ > > 1 r < I J iir It f q Ii p t c V v I > b i V 1 T T f EFLORI A STA R Arzatrs tJ ItOt 11 > < < I t p J > K I tk i I I 10 C1ENt t t Jt t SOs t > 7 h i1 I fltal Ity a 1 l J iti 4 t 1 it 11 the Book of jJill i a iiat todk from Ze A4 the v ij kings Qi3t < l 9 > 4 nIlU U like the moon that I > t tfI iWreR camels necks The WanitM were Ishmaelites and I t ris get rof the Turks so it 4 ia got improbable that the symbol r iWI criTftd from them and in use + Imc before the taking of Constan in 1453 What lends some 1 itieii to this theory is the < f fact that Richard Coeur do Lion adopted this fridge after he return ed from the Crusades having as sumed it in commemoration the Ticiory which he with his galleys x pined over the great Turki are I f mon off Beirut in the year 1191 Il This practically the first English nav...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 9 April 1909

c r t J I Pt I i Ii > i > X t r A r > t f < > t i i t L t I to I I A L t t ltoe THE F T nRD n A STAR 7 J a J Li 1 1 J Y Y PAPER WHEY A afta Atli wt Thwts W1nIt L rf ne 1 t motile of the govern rtJii Brought i ii < ion bound chart Jocked + and sealed from the bureau of tefrnn I md primting to the csh loom > ol the treasury and there delivered Upon receipt to t chief ° of the division of itiiiein sh eeb of four hills each They ire inlets with signtturo and num jr i p except for the seal which is printed upon them with power presses in a small apartment under the cash room These presses are worked by two I 1 people usually a man pressman and a woman feeder or assistant When 1 the seal has been imprinted upon h the bills they are counter automat ically bound in packages of equal numbers by bands of paper mark a ed signed by the persons who have handled them and passed into the w adjoining room where the sheets G are cut and the bills are recounted x and inspected so...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 9 April 1909

< > 4ll < > > I sc H < I i a I f < a v r I I v l hc ti w i r 1 a d j t < 1 f j 1t I t o I J t 1 I > t l Q pTT t T 4 w 7 t w wpp 1 THE FLORIDA STAR AJtaIL 9 2909 Ql miIKlrB 4 I J J y aoQo6 t lfr W W Vincent and bride are l pending their honeymoon at the Co eQ Souser Mrs C B VanDeman Jackson ville has been the guest of Mrs E E Grimes this past week < MM C F Fischer returned to Ti tjusville this week She will leave there next week for her home in the old country r S F Travis Co is having a big sale this week to dispose of his stock of as Col Travis contemplates retiring t from active business Easter services will be held in both churches The Episcopal choir has oJ been practicing under supervision of Miss Klebs for this occasion Mrs Cecil and family who have spent t he winter at their Cocoa Heights home leave on Saturday to rejoin Dr Cecil Kentucky Mr John Taylor left Wednesday to accept a position in New York for the summer Mrs Taylor and daugh f ter will...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

s E r F c s T l a t e v It t t t 11 < U r I r p yy y 3 11 la w t f l w i i e ry i i v r 111 1If r4 IwC A t It I r > 1 d Y i STAR y Rti 7 I fot fo OquseWes ZLLoiqe Bqt f011 t1te Cfaod of Otles JSlso j I VOL XXIX TITUSVILLE 9 FLA FRIDAY APRIL 16 1909 NO 52 4 r DOINGS OF THE PRESENT WEEK I r Pliant lotis Tartiiiiig to Eients I Trans irii Atoll Ton 4 4 Remember The Alpine for lodging and quick lunch when in Titusville Mr James Banks has returned to Atlanta after spending the winter as usual at City Point Send your order today for a pana ° ° tiP r ma hat 5tt latest styles to W S e Branninff Titusville Mr and Mrs W T Mather are en ty joying a visit with Mr Mathers parents at Eau Gallic this week Little Miss Nanie Froscher invited ° r < about twenty of her young friends to her home in LaGrange lastSunday to spend the day and hunt for the Easter eggs Everyone enjoyed a v < lovely time t 4 Mrs C F Fische expects to leave this Friday afternoon for her old hom in Denmark She will a...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

vJ NWlVW jNNMMPliMiM4IV M p R 1 f 0 it v 11 r t f g I i r f > v thJ 1 V r t7j ti rF r I 2 THE FLORIDA STAR APIL ia woo i y S WEARY Of ODD NAMf i I Why the Eggs Will Be Ecks Soon I as Easter Is Over J FOUND THEIR CASING IRKSOME tr RMtaurant Man Asktd Court to Free Him ami His Wife From Unrdishtd 4 Jests of Facetious Fritndi Says r Hta Dane in loth Side All Right 1 4 At this season of the year with l n > IRS leading the batting order at ev illy breakfast table and in a great Icy r IcyY many homes playing three games a f s 1 r day it seemed particularly apropos n r that Mr and Mrs Ulrlch Egg of New p > ± York city should ask Supreme Court Justice OGorman for permission to F lay Egg aside and substitute Eck J They gave so many eggcellent reasons it that Justice OGorman granted the re tl quest the other day and set April 29 IIt as the date on which they might tear I t S off their present shells Then they q will be dropped Eggs R r i Most persons get tired of eggs about f C1C Eas...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

n i d c LL a w w i j 1 o 7 l f L f t J e r J 7 1 g o t 1 t 1 l t J l i I Il t J iaLlJ c l k THE FLORIDA STAR 3 n N EJfcAMECOURTRY M Fine Hunting In East Africa For 4 y the Roosevelt Party M B BW PARADISE FOR SPORTSMEN I i 10 Gam of Many Kinds Abound I ° Liens Little to Ee F r d iuffalots Rhlnowrows and Wild Dos Are i Hewver Much Dreaded In the dry bush plains the mysteri ous Jungles and thick forests of Brit ish East Africa where Theodore Roosevelt and the Smithsonian African y expedition will soon begin the search i a for specimens for the National muse um at Washington there Is a variety of big game and smaller mammals ti that makes this the most wonderful s shooting ground In the world r Hours before the American party reach the JuJa ranch a score of miles north of Nairobi where the expedition S J f1 make Its headquarters game will > v sighted as the train makes Its tor t way along the Uganda railroad There Is no shooting allowed within a mile of the railroad and the sight of ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

Ll v r W T IfTf t r t t t t I L THE FLORIDA STAR AYBZL Iff IfOt a 1 THE FLORIDA STAB i Eaten at the ee at Tifawrflle M J l nuil writer Kill a wac r jd1raed Pabiiiskr t 1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING + IUllCCJtIPrIOJr SlJSe PER ANNUM t The sweeping victory in the state of Michigan for the prohibition forces on Monday April 5th demonstrates r the fact that not only is the south go ing dry but the north is closely fol lowing suit Twenty counties out of y f YF twentyseven voted dry which will put 568 saloons out of business the t first of May making a total of thirty r one dry counties in that state ihe seven counties that went wet were r influenced to do so by the argument that removal of the saloons would cause higher taxation = Governor Gilchrists recommenda fe tion that the authority to amend charters of the various cities and towns of Florida be vested in the councils of the municipalities has been most favorably commented up a on by the press of the state Jn his r N message to t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

r 7 > I < 7 7TT T k 5 t j4TffT 0 7 w J rL y AVBXL If IftQ THE FLORIDA STAR 5 Tft fHltpT IK HilL 1 Miitp i fnpifit ly ft Mffif f i L tfc + Up Sufe 1 Theto n ieit opportunity in the d f jJ J to introduce tH f angus dimmed vKtifcwiit lame by the aporc ifrayin method will be > bout stwota b f par w ekr after the adult white > ed t the + M brood r ave disappeared i iljjjmbottt ten days to two or three id witks after this the eggs they have laid willhaye nearly all hatched and r the youngyarvae will be abundant Y beneath tfe leaves This spring brood of adults generally emerges in j 7 ch or early in April so that the filrst brood of young larvae will be on the leaves at some time in April To wait before iotroducingfungus until the whitefly larvae have ad v v ed into the fourth or fifth stages may result in partial failure sjrice these older larvae appear to be Y l much s ° more resistant to fungus dis ° eases than the younger ones Arrangements in regard to sup plies of fungus s...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

N w i RtiiU 1IrT I b 1 V v t i1 r i v r I r a c < Ii I 1 4 6 r Vf a THE FLORIDA STAR A7BXL let 1900 r > 4 > y I 11 of i r m I f tI r II a F Adoptld In Joan 1 jrf Ares Beatification 4 t > lOST IMfOSnl CEREMONY mien Anwunt f Information Must CHttMi Tft Years Spent Prov o 3 + y Maid of Orjians Performed 0 l kMI I Vr r h 1 r t i r Large numbers of English and Friwh people will soon gather at St Peters In Home to witness a ceremony which bJ of Interest to both nations April 18 Low Sunday Is the date fix ed for the beatification of Joan of Arc i who nearly 600 years ago fought for her country against England and who Englishmen remember with regret 4i was put to death at Rouen When the 1 deed was done It Is recorded that one of the English soldiers said We have burned a saint N Now after a lapse of all these years the Roman Catholic church Is about to take the first step toward making er 1 a saint After the ceremony April 18 she will be called Blessed Joan of I + Arc and perhap...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

i HRF 7T I i q r 1 F f t I j l t l W I 4 A 0 r 0 yo 1 E 4 t r r a AZLIS 11M L > 0 < THE FLORIDA STAR 7 t vitumy HMO HBNES If i The hte t MJeI t Hew Here a HNrmieie fiflit IGwj oTtiwio kt TQkuM of tit jptt if tfety wfrt alit mow would N Iw fib ected to a retfj curt which tbo gh it could not tmra tb m info good Then might moke their til aiD alMa irrational > d duuprou V t The worst tyrants of the middle ftf and the rtait ce the wont Xomaq erapetrors teem to uj Income p Iieiisible roisters of imwjuity jen who tficUYil for the lore of it µ We should understand them better if we considered how likely their way of living was to disorder their nerves No doubt Nero even if he hid been brought up in the most modern way taught from a child to take an interest in nature and to eat only the most wholesome things would never have been a very useful or pleasant person But he might have been a harmless faddist or an innocent if undistinguished minor poetAs As it was he was the master of t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 16 April 1909

r y I 6 L rd 1 M m rW t i f 4r 1 7 r 11 Ir7 ri ifrw > I VJ vi > pf1 LCI t f < t ft hl > v > l f V > 8 THE FLORIDA STAR r 1U 16 liX i 15 1 J r l J f I t TOKHEISHOW 1 t J r I Iin 11 n DiJ q < J > to I 1 P t < OOOOA f I V + toe < WTV you e people will have an ice cream sociaWe for May 1st I MM C Q Blythpaid a ftying visit r to the county seat yesterday after i r noon Y r Mrs Baldwin of GeorSk ana pass J i ed through town on Tuesday for a visit to DeLand The Methodist church was prettily + ti ° decorated for the Easter services by p Y > the young ladies ° Mr Maxwell from Bainbridge tt Ga is now in charge of the express office vice Mr T Scully r t Mr W Brooks Sams and bride reached here on Wednesday They W were met by relatives froni Courte R nay nayMr and Mrs Fred Humphries of Indianola left yesterday for the J t Thousand Islands St Lawrence riv t er where they will spend the sum mer Mr and Mrs Fred Aldrich leave jr this weeK for Daytona where they will ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

f m J t n > > JI ft M f 1 u C L f rr iv > o I 1 f J ti L 1 p I < it4iiiE I i I t i 1f 1 r s Not fo < < OqsebPes moo 1e 811t f01 tlte ood of Ot1te s IDso F JA 1 r t VOJ xxx TITUSVELLE FLA FRIDAY APRIL 23 1909 NO 1 I DOINGS OF THE fi4 7 PRESENT WEEK Piigtit otK hrtilili to Bleats builriitUiit Ton We call special attention Kline new offer on shoes See page 8 this week Mrs G W Holmes of Sharpes is here this week on a visit to her daughter Mrs Ered B Scobie Mr Oscar A Stewart returned Wednesday from a stay of several days spent on his orange grove near E Pineda i t Mr J J OBrien of St Augu stine road superintendent bf the F E C railway was in Titusville Tuesday and Wednesday Messrs S S Jones Theo Travis S C B Ferney of Cocoa and Lawrence Abney of City Point spent part of Sunday in Titusville coming uPi n I Col Travis new Franklin automo bile Mrs W R Moses of West Palm Beach who many years ago resided on Indian river near Rockledge w as I in town Saturday afternoon retur...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

> X t j t it s i ianp n J t r ft I 1 V 4 4IL I 2 THE FLORIDA STAR c R APRIL 93 1009 s w Yt l i tLES AIRS < < IP z + Features of Craft Being Built by Captain t S Baldwin r tiz OVERCOMES A BIG HANDICAP oiti ef > the Most serious Drawbacks Hat ton Clatter ef DribU Crafts e9 Machinery Caif0rnan Claims to Have S Ivetl Intricate Problem Captain Thomas S Baldwin the Cal c ifornia aeronaut whose dirigible alr 4 < ship was accepted by the United States government last year recently m de the Interesting statement that the new dirigible now being built for him at JIammondsport N Y will be u noiseless machine I will make my new machine so de void of noise when In operation said 1 Captain Baldwin hthaf two men in r r the machine will be able to carry on n t conversation if necessary in a whisper K This will be done by muffling the en t gine and using ball and roller bearings r for the propellers There ought to be l no great difficulty in preventing ex f cessive noise in a dirigibl...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

I r c 4 6 R f r if r i > I i I J I 12J > V tj < s A r c I = 1 4 iII I I + um s itot S THE FLORIDA STAR ill 3 ROUSE GOVERNORS I r ty Body Formed on W Jordan a Plan to Mitt This Year NEW IDEA IN STATE POLITICS Shits ExoutivH Will Take Up Qui tlon of Uniform Lawi TMr Rec I ommendations Expected t o Influence Public Opinion and Lawmakers The Important movement In Ameri can politics for the organization of a house of governors begun over two years ago at the close of the Roose velt conference of governors In the White House recently made a great step to advance and put itself In a position for Immediate action by the t organization of an executive commit 1 tee of five members This committee consists of Governors Augustus B Willson of Kentucky Claude A Swan son of Virginia Charles E Hughes Qf New York Edmond F Noel of Missis fllppl and names N Qlllett of Califor nia The first meeting will probably take place In the early summer and the committee will arrange In advance the subjec...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

T f t ITw J > > > r ey r ys i r 1 r 4 THE FLORIDA STAR JJPHI 93 1909 J THE FLORIDA STAB ZMetr ttJaeeeatTlri11e t aeeiildeiaK nail trtatlc 4 sear W8CH atl1MI < za PaWk t a r r9 PUBLISHEDEVERY FEIPAY MOKKING a I Wi4 OLMAXJrUJl q Congressman Clark and the Florida kffkUtore do not seem to be in per fect accord in their views of Wm Jennings Bryan I iJ The following item from the Milton Star terse though it be is right to the point and fits the situation to a T S Formerly the way to prevent deficits was to cut down expenses More re t cently the only way to do it is to hold up the public for more j The test case which the liquor in c terests in Alabama brought to de termine the legality of Alabamas prohibition law resulted in a decision k by the supreme court that the law is constitutional and valid All of the judges concurred in the decision The bill wasattacked on constitution al grounds This is the second time w the law has been the subject of an ff attack by the liquor men ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

T T 7T T wrT Wi If 4 I < j J C 4 q I 4 t ii r9 f r 4 vs + 9ft i e r ZL 1 THE FLORIDA i STAR I S um1Jl1O IDI V V J w1 t i i 1tttk IIIunt IIJ > J u t f oUowinr Itttar from the New t x Id wrmpond Btol the PhiJadeI tit ffck Public Ltdc will be rs d with f 1ft er + IiItm 11oricIa < C 5 r A n c Ule 1dinc the toftM1 rida EM Cct t s t OM of rtN Indirect announcement that be lyd4 a worJ upon which he baa boin occupied for fifteen years M tjwipkted Mr F1air r wt accus toured to return from hU winter home Whitehall Palm Beach Fla about the tint of May occupying for f f a short time hU home in Fifth avenue r in this city and after the season of r May rains are over h a takes up his summer home at Mamaroneck on Long Island sound about twenty miles northof New York city k The other day at a celebration at L y Norfolk Va in honor of too comple tion of Henry H Rogers tidewater railroad it was said that Mf Rogers i is the only American who built with his own credit and money railroad vof an...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

t ft f t t tJ t I Ii i f I < < 11 j jo rj J ft R I t t t THE r PLC3R1DA ST AVJtIL 3 190i H Xn lt < 1 fr 4y BfGffi T OR LEPERS j i i I x it tort vi ftetim give Hatty at I cl FK1tVi w of World fiotl I ii1 sEINTiREST SHOWN Several of the Unfortunate lout Eager I SetaUfa tlNever Seen a City Riwltef the Contribution of a Spe i cial Fund to Buy a Machine I One of the most marvelous experi ence in the history of the Molokai 8f I leper settlement came to the people of that shutIn isolation a short time ago r r t when a moving picture machine was at t installed in Beretanld hall their pub it lie place of assemblage for their enter tainment ti It was not merely that they saw 1 moving pictures for the first time but A x for the first time to a very great num ber of them It was their first glimpse into the world beyond the narrow con fines of the settlement Very many of I them had never seen a city until they r saw tliose projected onxthe moving pic ture screen Elephants camels bears M...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

i I V I f I ld 2 i t < i r c 0 y I r xLMss b THE FORIDA STAR V V COL IWIrP J < I fI I th b Ml twOss Pralht I Iti if R I iMt Mrt Dwight OIL the + train into town this morning cat MUj Ttaarktd Pintos atSe to 3 Mr iWc ShJt had iorgotttaber 1 I 10 iHe borrowed a dollar from mL Hri Futon laughingly sug ftIfea that the waa alrfiid it would be Tome tirde before her husband 4 neigh bor has rather a poor memory in x some ways he added ItOb shell pay me all right You know I often see her qn the train cTm glad youre so hopeful said I Mrs Fulton with a skeptical smile for she had had experiences Of her I own in lending Mrs Dwight howls of coffee and cups of butter that had never found their way back to r her kitchen A few eyenings later she asked her husband if he had met Mrs Dwight again Yes twice Well xr I think you are right about the l shortness of her memory for though she chatted very pleasantly K she didnt mention the dollar I guess youll have to charge it to profit and loss I I wo...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 April 1909

1 hF Mfl iP 5 gg Jt I i b 1 I t 1 I I j j h 1 i I 0 1 i Ill i f 1 > 1 i 7 r 8ir I T THE FLORIDA STAR x J DJUL I 1 1808 I So t Kli pays 5Qc for your old shoes fr t Fifty cents will be paid for every pair of old shoes f I left at Julius Klines store when new ones are pur j > chased The shoes must be worn when you come c Remember we carry W L Douglas Hanan and Packard shoes for men r and boys and Krippendorf Dittmann for ladies and children in the lat KT e styles prices stamped by the makers on every pair in plain figures t i ta JULIUS KLINE TITUSVILLE SHOESFLORIDA I t 25 CENTS WILL BE PAID FOR INFANTS SHOES 4 1 I RIYER NEWS NOTES COCOA Mrs Thos Sanders is on a visit to K y her daughter Mrs E C Johnson Mr J R Field of Indianolawas 7 a visitor to Titusville this week Mrs W H McIntyre of Miami is visiting Mrs W G Paterson this s week I n i Mr Ctyis W Schoonmaker who J has been on a visit to his parents went toPalm Beach Monday J Eau Gallie and Cocoa teams will have a ball game on t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 April 1909

n tx r i I v h t 1 t o t e I 2j I I > 1 J i f t 1 0 j t 4 0 r 0 a y if r A L i 0 Srf J ol > I d 4 r t 1 f e I < < 1 f r N11 OnseWes Sloqe Bqt foiC fte C ood of OtqeiCS Slso l VOL i > t irx TITV VILLE FLA FRIDAY APRIL 30 1909 NO 2 t C F DQIHGS S OF THE i t r4 F PRESENT WEEK I t fl Pu tlttMParta1lllg to Edits Tslrilg Abut Tow Wecall attention to Klines DeW offer on ihoea See page 8 this week Major Taylor and son Wilson paid a visit to Coco Sunday in the motor boat Louise Mr Winston S Branningj has made many noticeable improvements in his store this week for the display of his clothing Mrs Deisner having a new metal roof covering put on her boarding house this week consisting of galva nized shingles Mrs A D Penney returned to her home in Fort Pierce the first of this r week after several weeks pleasant visit here with relatives and friends Mr E E Grimes of Cocoa accom panied by his physician Dr W L Hughlett left yesterday for Balti more for treatment at John Hopkins hosp...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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