Time Table: May 5, 1930

National Affairs

May 7—Departure of first group of Gold Star Mothers for France. Purpose: pilgrimage to graves of U. S. War dead. Sponsor: U. S. Government.

May 10–18—Visit of U. S. battle & scouting fleets to Manhattan.

Foreign News

May 6—British Empire commemorates 20th year reign of George V.

May 14—First of series of five courts to be held at Buckingham Palace, London. Purpose: formal presentation of U. S. and other women to Queen Mary, King George.

May 16—Opening of Stockholm Exposition; at Stockholm, Sweden.


May 4–10—National Music Week.

May 8—Mozart Festival; at Harrisburg,...

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