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FIRST GOLD STAR MOTHERS SAIL FOR FRANCE
• Associated Press Photo Gold star mothers, 232 In number, who will visit the graves of their sons in France, are shown on board the America before sailing from Hoboken, N. J. Mrs. John D. Emrich, 73, of Omaha, oldest mother In the group, is shown in inset receiving an honor ribbon ffom Hrs. H. Hoffman of Newark, N. J. Admitted To Court GLOBE GIRDLER AND PILOT John Henry Mears (left) at Roosevelt field, N. Y. t after a flight from Los Angeles in his plane, the City of New York, in which he Hopes to better the Graf Zeppelin’s world flight record of 21 days. He Is shown with his pilot Fred Melchior, Swedish flier. Their world flight will start from New York early In June. Heads Officers Hvr Associated Press Photo Associated Press Photo Associated Press Photo Mrs. Maud Slocum Moross Is a D u th Elisabeth McCormick, daughter of Rep. Ruth Hannah Me* Col. Walter C. Cole of Detroit candidate for the republican nom- Cormlck of Illinois, proved herself an able horsewoman at the society was elected president of the Re* Inatlon for representative from horse show in Washington. She is shown here with her favorite serve Officers association at Lot Michigan’s sixth district mount and the cup she won at the show Angeles. $3,000,000 FIRE IN NEW JERSEY OIL PLANT Flames flung in all directions by the explosion of a 10,000 gallon gasoline tanker swept the 13*acre plant of the Gulf Refining company at Bayonne, N. J., and destroyed property valued at more than $3,000,000 before being brought under control. Above picture shows smoke and flames from mijr lions of gallons of burning oH pouring over* the waterfront NewsoFTHiDay '"Pictures Seeks Congress Seat Associated Press Photo Associated Press rhoto Harriet Buckingham of- Osgood, Ind., secretary to Senator Watson of Indiana, has been admitted to practice before the supreme court of the United States. WINS PRIZE AT HORSE SHOW THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE SATURDAY. MAY 17, 1930 Stars In England Associated Press Phots Edith Quier of Reading, Pa., won her early matches in the play for the British women's golf chant* pionship at Formby, England. Wins Pulitzer Prize Associated Press Photo William O. Dapping’s report on the Auburn, N. Y., prison riot of December, 1929, received the Pu* litzer award for f 930. He is man* aging editor of the Auburn, N. Y 9 Citizen. Michigan Beauty Associated Press Photo Virginia Adams of Lansing, Mich., was chosen as one of the six most beautiful co-eds on the Michigan State college campus. Texas College Queen Associated rress Photo Feeney Marie Murphy of Fort Worth was elected queen by boy students at the Texas Agricultural vid Mechanical college. College wtntion, Tex. BREAKS THREE JUNIOR RECORDS Frank Gotdsborough, 19, at New York City airport after complet ing his flight from Los Angeles in 28 hours and 18 minutes, a new junior record. He flew from Westfield, N. J., to Lcs Angeles in 34 hours and three minutes, another record, and his flying time for the .round trip was 62 hours 21 minutee, a third record. Presented At Courf mmmmmmmmrnmmmimmmm- >■ * Associated Press Photo Mrs. Clark Howell of Atlanta is one of the American women who will be presented at British court. Sets Marriage R”le Associated Press Photo The Rev. W. Russell Bowie, young rector of Old Grace church, New York, requires couples to sign pledge that they will join a church before he will perform marriage ceremony. READY TO MEET CANADIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM Associated Press Photo Members of the American Davit cup team In Philadelphia where they meet the Canadian Davis cun Ind BjrilllSe*!?. " LOt, • J ° h " Vi " Ry "• J ° h " D " 9> w ""»‘AMhSISTd Associated Press Photo WEDDING UNITES STAGE STARS Barbara Newberry, musical comedy actress, and Eddie Foy, Jr., .omedian son of a famous comedian father, were married recently In New York. They will go to Hollywood soon where both are under contract to appear in talking pictures. AMERICA’S CUP DEFENDER LAUNCHED IN BOSTON The Whirlwind, second and largest of four prospective defenders of the America's cup against Shamrock V, Sir Thomas Lipton’s challenger, was launched in Boston. Mrs. Edwin Thorne, mother of Langden K. Thorne, head ef the owning syndicate, sponsored the launching. Capt. John Muir (above) ia the new heat's skipper. TRAINING FOR TITLE MATCH Max Schmeling (left), German heavyweight fighter, combines shadow boxing and road work as part of his training routing at Endi cott, N. Y„ where he is training for his title bout with Jack Sharkey In June. He is shown with his trainer. Max Machon. Associated Press Photo Princeton Captain Associated Press Photo J. O. Pease, captain and number 7 of the Princeton university var sity crew.