ARMY & NAVY: Gold Star Pilgrimage

Last week the War Department announced detailed plans for the pilgrimage of 6,730 gold star widows and mothers to the European graves of their War dead. By act of Congress last spring, the pilgrims will be given not only free transportation but also allowances for food, tips, taxi fares, incidentals. They may stay two days in New York, two weeks in Europe. Guides and interpreters will accompany them to U. S. cemeteries, six in France, one in Belgium, one in England. Most of the women will go next summer, the rest within three...

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