Saturday 10 May 1930
It was Saturday, under the sign of Taurus. The US president was Herbert Hoover (Republican).
The Chess Player, directed by Raymond Bernard, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1930
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- Saint Gordianus
- Saint Isidore the Laborer
- Saint John of Avila
- Saint Job
- Saint Quaratus and Quintus
- Saint Peter Van
- Saint William of Pontoise
- Buddha's Birthday in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea.
- Saint Francis of Assisi
- Saint Solange
- The first possible day on which Pentecost may fall.
- Akshaya Tritya in Hinduism.
- Astronomy Day in the United States.
- Birds' and Trees' Day in Hungary
- Memorial Day of Blessed Damien of Moloka'i
- Celebration of the Clandestine Retreat of Ma'at and Ra in Ancient Egypt.
- Constitution Day in the Federated States of Micronesia.
- Inauguration Day in South Africa.
- Mania (mythology) in Ancient Rome.
- The marriage of Shiva to Meenakshi in Madurai, India
- Scott Muni: American radio DJ (d. 2004).
- Antonio Cifariello: Italian actor and documentarist, who started his career in 1950 as the lead actor, credited as Fabio Montale, in "La sposa che vestiva di bianco," a film which had several production issues and that was released only in 1953.
- June Knox-Mawer: British radio host / Novelist (World of Islands).
- Fernand Picot: French cyclist, professional from 1953 to 1965.
- Jacques Navarre: France sport Champion.
- Claude-Marie Trémois: French film critic. She is the author of "Les enfants de la liberte: Le jeune cinema francais des annees 90" and the editor of Télérama, a weekly French TV magazine.
- Paul Bergeot: French businessman, head of Besserat de Bellefon champagne house. He was President of the Champagne Three-party Commission from 1973-1986.
- Guy Nosbaum: French rower who competed in the 1952 Summer Olympics and in the 1960 Summer Olympics. He died on 13 August 1996.
- George Smith: American physicist and engineer Nobel Prize laureate
- 1st US planetarium opens (Adler-Chicago)
- Clarrie Grimmett takes 10 for 37 versus Yorkshire in cricket at Sheffield.
- First US planetarium opens (Adler-Chicago).
- The National Pan-Hellenic Council is founded in Washington, D.C..
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