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3 16. Frank Hawks, friend of Buck's - in a WACO towed a Franklin Glider (like I won my "C" license in - Aug. 12, 1931- First for Women US.) -across the U.S. This was early 1930's. The contribution of "Mrs. WACO" & the new aviation frontier. The film given me - stolen. Also the Pathé News talk -commercial Aug. 12, 1931. Have 2 clips from it. Maybe Pathé could give museum one if wanted. 17. When the Graf Zeppelin came out it proved the only lighter than air safest. - up to there! Since I was by request writing Gliders & Soaring (and flying Air Force Day) for U.S. Air Force Mag - I was suggested as Reporter to go on the return trip - which was safely made. Knew by then a different [[?]] World in which to raise my two WACO children (-George Weaver early teens Janet Junkin 5-6 yr After they were in bed, I would accept the fact my marriage (Barnaby) had to end, I'd have to supplement the WACO won legal Trust Fund and had NO KIN to raise the children, my real life - in case the Graf Zeppelin, like all others failed. I cried a lot - for the once more hard things to do - a family woman - made for & enjoying being a Womanly Woman. No Mother every enjoyed her children more. I said, "No" - finished my Law - got my divorce 1934 in Reno - stayed 5 yr same address as Mrs. Junkin. Nat'l League of Amer. Pen Women asked me to be Chairman Membership The Zerox follows the interval until Long Island cradle aviation - friends flying in - and Mitchel Air Base - my Maritime nurse's training
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