n t s on to by will the LILY PONS PROGRAMS ARE MAILED AT LILYPONS P. Also Carry Mention Of Scott Key. Three thousand postal cards currying currying notice oC the radio piogram of Lily Pons, opeiatlc star, vvoie mailed today from Lilypurui, Mil. The cards \\crc ient to every slate in the and to nil possessions of the United States. One hundred nnd eleven addressed to Canada. Lilypons, the postofficc. Is the postal station for Three Springs Fisheries. rear Aclarnstown, which also operates large lily iwrdons. Mall from tho fishery used to be sent to Adamslovvn for mailing, but when business grew big enough a post office was established established at the gardens and named pons. Undw the announcement of the program (Mis Pens broadcasts over the Columbia chain Wednesday evenings evenings at, 9 o'clock, w i t h Andre telanet?. and hli orchestra for Chesterfield) Chesterfield) appear* a note explaining the postnuuk: "N. B--This caul mailed nl LILYPONS, MD., the only postoflVe In woild specially named for an opera singer. Lilypons, Md., Is a few miles from Uie birthplace nnd burial place of Francis Scott Key, composer of 'The Star Spangled Banner,' and is the home of Three Springs Fisheries and Aquatic Gardens, growers ol water lilies and producers of gold fish ' " This is not the first t i m e n been taken of Lilypons postofliee by Lily Pon.5, sing"!. Miss Poir-. had het Christmas c.irds mnllecl fiom I he postoflice which beais her name and at the time expics;ed a wish to visit the Thici! Splines Fisheries.