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_NEWS OF THE DAY IN PICTURES
Fly Atlantic to Link Spain to Mexico and Cuba Lieut, Joaquin Collar (left) and Capt. Mariano Berberan, of the Spanish air service, and the plane used __j£L their transatlantic flight from Seville to Havana which had Mexico City as its goal. (Central Press), Moviedom Holds Its Own Mother’s Day Moviedom’s most recent mothers are shown here as they gathered for a "welcome home" party to Hollywood’s latest “future star." At the left are Arline Judge (Mrs. Wesley Ruggles) and her son, Charles. In the center are Jobyna Ralston (Mrs. Richard Arlen) and her quite young son, Richard. At the right are Helen Twelvetrees (Mrs. Jack Woody) and her son, Jack, Jr. The party was held to welcome Mrs. Arlen and her son to the growing moviedom's inother-and-son club. LEADERS OF LONDON WORLD ECONOMIC CONFERENCE, King George Cordell Hull Guido Jungj^ Hjalmar Schacht Edouard Daladiei*' MacDonald Merry Widows of National Golf Open All are in white, but nevertheless this group of women is made up of widows—bereaved by the royal and tramp of irolf. What is more, all their hubbies are stars competing in the National Open Cham nionshioat Glenview, 111. Left to right are: Mrs. Phil Perkins, Mrs. Wiffy Cox, Mrs. Ralph Gulbahl, Mrs Abe Epinosa, Mrs. Harry Cooper and Mrs. Paul Runyan. They are shown on the links as their m * hubbies perform^ (Central Pres*) Federal Judge Fights Divorce —@1 Federal Judge Richard J. Hop kins of Kansas, long a dry cru sader, is expected to contest a divorce suit filed by his wife, Mrs. Nellie M. Hopkins, who charges that he corresponded with and “paid bills of other women.” Judge and Mrs. Hop kins are shown above. Gov. Murphy Goes Native Acclimatizing himself for his stay in the Philippines, Gov. Gen. Frank Murphy stopped off in Hawaii to sample Waikiki’s famed beach. Here is the for mer mayor of Detroit in native South Sea garb. Mrs. Ferdinand Pecora was content to be an unobtrusive housewife and mother while her husband arrested attention of nation as inquisitor of the House of Morgan. (Central Press) Sets New Records George Kojac George Kojac, New York Olympic swimming champion, is pictured in a Flushing, L. I., poo! just after breaking the world’s record for the 440-yard distance. Kojac’s time—5 minutes 29 2-5 seconds. George aiso set a new mark for the 400 meters—5 minutes 42 seconds. Hop Production Takes a Hop The hop-raisers of Oregon are stringing right along with beer. Record prices of 75 cents a pound have been reached, and many are going back to work in the hop yards, like the workers shown above stringing up new vines* Thousands Flee Gotham as Record Heat Sears City _ . _ _ _ ..————-1 1 — How some of those unable to join the exodus of thousands from New York yity during recora neat wave are combating the humidity. Zoo authorities have big problems in keeping animals from bems overcome, as pictures show. Children in Greenwich Village use the fountain in Washington Square as their “old swimming hole,” while elders abbreviate their garb and keep ice-cakes and beer in uenian< . (Central Pre»s> South’s Dry Leaders Map Repeal Fight -4§ United on an intensive campaign against repeal ratification, these officials of Southern Anti-Saloon Leagues are shown as they met in Birmingham, Ala. Left to right, standing, are H. B. Jack-on. Mississippi superintendent; John H. Glass, Arkansas superintendent; M. It. Hilferd, North Carolina assistant superintendent; B. F. Auld, Tennessee superintendent; C. C. Coulter, Mississippi ussi-taut superintendent; E. F. Dempsey, Georgia president. Left to right, front row, are J. B. Mills, Alabama superintendent; L. W. Sloan, Louisiana superintendent; G. J. Burnett, North Carolina superintend, nt; R.S. Timmon, Tennessee assistant superintendent; F. Scott McBride, national superintendent; Atticus Webb, Texas superintendent; A. J. Cheek, Tennessee, secretary. _Submarine Comes Up to Chicago’s Fair ^ With more exhibits openiim. attendance at Chicago's A Century of i’nmi* , j.s . double that of its Columbian Exposition of IS!*:;. Here is one or the late mm.:!., the V. - marine S-15 Behind the sub. docked in the fair's lagoon, is Italy's exhibit building Moi*. t. i . .• 000 already have seen the fair. ‘Silent Partner’ Of Rail Empire “Silent partner” is the term Sen ate inquisitors are applying to Mantis J. Van Sweringen, rail magnate. While his brother. Oris P., has been questioned during the Morgan hearing, Mantis J. has said virtually nothing. The younger of the Van Sweringens is shown here in the Senate hearing room. White Rajah’s Daughter Weds Peer Miss Leonore Margaret Brooke, eldest daughter of Sir Charles Vyner Brooke, the white Rajah of Sarawak, and the Earl of Inchcape. famous ship-owner peer, are shown leaving St. George’s Church in London. England, after their recent wedding. The 22-year-old bride la known as Princess Gold in Sarawak where her father rules over some of the 1 most savage peoples on the earth.