news in pictures... part 2
DAILY NEWS-MINER FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, MONDAY, JUNE • 6, 1932. , PAGE THREE IN Pictures IRISH NATIVES GREET AMELIA AFTER OCEAN HOP OCEAN FLIER WITH HIS RESCUERS t sr-yf TV r-r lyUM*" '*• r (Copyright by Tie London Mirror—Associated Press Radiophoto via R.C.A. Transmission) This picture, sent by radio from London to New York, shows Amelia Earhart Putnam (center), the first woman to fly the Atlantic alone, as she was greeted by the people of Londonderry, Ireland, after spanning the Atlantic in less than 15 hours. fjalrd Pffii Pfiolu Grace Roosevelt, debutante daughter of Gov. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, jr., of the Philippines in the traditional Filipina costume. Associated PrtssPhoto Lou Reichers (center) of Arlington, N. J., who was rescued off the southern coast of Ireland after his plane was forced down in an attempted attempted transatlantic flight, is shown with Capt. George Fried (left), 1 commander of the ship which rescued him, an4 Chief Officer Harry Manning. NATIONAL ORATORY CHAMPIONS t. mm iness ; NAMED AS METHODIST BISHOPS FRENCH PRESIDENT CARRIED TO OR Associated Pre^s . . -. Ralph Mngec (ic.O cf Seattle, V/::h., and Ka!ph S. Cushman cf Rochester, N. Y., are shewn together in Atlantic City. N. J., after they were elected bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church. AMELIA FLIES ATLANTIC ALONE This exclusive Associated Press photo shows the fatally wounded French president, Paul Doumer, being carried by friends to an automobile automobile outside the Rothschild foundation building In Paris a few minutes after he had been shot down by an assassin, Dr. Paul Gorgulov, a Russian, 'ALFALFA BILL' SEES NEW YORK Associated Press Photo This group from North high school of Omaha, Neb., was adjudged the champion orators from 24 states in the debate finals of the National Forensic league at Sioux City, la. Left to right: Nona Robinson, in. structor; George Palmer, Ernest Priesman, Esther Howe. HE'S TIRED OF COLLEGE QUEENS Associated Pret* Shoto Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, who four years ago flew to Europe with two men, became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic when she succeeded in spanning the ocean from Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, Newfoundland, to a point near Londonderry in northern Ireland. Associated Press Photo Gov. William H. "Alfalfa BUI" Murray of Oklahoma showed Mrs. Murray the sights of New York during his eastern speaking trip. They are shown on the roof of their New York hotel. It was Mrs. Murray's first trip to the eastern metropolis. -ui.ies'Montgomery i-iagg is "Dored" wjtn college beauty contests. Pictures of Syracuse contestants including (top to bottom) Elizabeth Marsh, Mary Jane Hall and Lucille Hall, were sent to the artist. A hullabaloo resulted when he returned the pictures with a request that another be asked to judge because there ware "no startling beauties among them."