The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on December 30, 1935 · 14
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 14

Los Angeles, California
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Monday, December 30, 1935
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1 4 ' MONDAY MORNING. 20$ 5itic5cic$ag7r:imcs DECEMBER 30, 1935. PART I. Wirephoto Lifts Journalism to New Heights in First Year of Operation " V-'-Sl iiSW MA-nM - 4- A$v .j 'Si.Amvji.x a -; ' ' ' "f "i. u fx '" " f I 3I "? 3 Vii 5.--;:st j&";vrit-. MM tMi' ' ' " : " : --k i . !, . - 3 . - " ' I COVERAGE OF POST-ROGERS CRASH AN OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN NEWS PICTURE HISTORY L ' Pictured on tfats page are mme of the greatest newi picture "beats" in history, xrviced 1935, narrowing the world's horiions and bringing from distant placei photographs of out- scene of the crash of the plane carrying Wiley Tost and .Will Rogers on their Alaskan exclusively in this area to The Times by Associated Press Wirephoto during that organiza- standing news events side by side with the telegraphic reports describing them. Above is trip, A plane rushed the photograph from Point Barrow, Alasfca, to San Francisco; sixty-tion's first year of operation, now rearing its close. Wirephoto made journalistic history in one of the most notable "beats' of the year, a picture the nation was waiting to sec the three hours after word of the crash reached The Times, a Wirephoto also was received. ' iT) Wirephoto n? ll ?I - I'll hp. uMimnu,,,..., uj.i,.,ihpii,hiiiiiiij f jwy- v jmw - - ' f y yy ry ' wwm .mmi ilhihuw y . - X 4..-' 4,. ... t. a , L i ; . I iiU. Itf v:- --e -! ! ! i- ! I I , 4 - . v. - - . f " f 1 4 ,J W 'i-V; ft I ft If II t ' . ... ,..:f . .. . - - v r; fr- - - 4 f ! H ? ? V , . v.. .'. ' i . i t,.. . X fa J. r .... ... 1 - QltesaL- .v.vwt.j...v.'. v': ' .;:::.; 1 ! .1 f i- - V, v- V.; J. OPENING OF, CONGRESS PROVIDES ANOTHER WIREPHOTO "BEAT" For the first time In history, on January 4, 1935, Wirephoto enabled newspapers to colorful setting of the House chamber as President Roosevelt delivered his message to photographs of eastern baseball, football, boxing and other contests in early editions on the same day print a picture of the President addressing the opening joint session ot Congress, side the assembled legislators. Un the rostrum at the right are ice-President darner ' the events were held. Here is an action Wirephoto of White of the Tigers in a World Series game. by side with the articles telling what he id. This remarkable photograph shows the and Speaker Byrns, of the House, listening intently to the President's speech. 1 fi t nisrcuuLu WIREPHOTO PROVES BOON TO SPORT FOLLOWERS Sportinz events took on a new meaning with the aid of Wirephoto, for The Times printed actual . i ii i it , i , i-. . t l) Wirephoto r v Jt'- '4? ' if U " v ? X r - l i i - X .4 -V-, - A 4 i -3 j 1 1 x H . is ' Kit, r 4 sir V.' WIREPHOTO FIRST WITH PICTORIAL RECORD OF DISASTERS " SUNDAY SPORT PAGES BRIGHTENED BY WIREPHOTO When the hurricane struck Florida, when earthquakes shook disasters to be received in this area. This photograph show one. This picture is characteristic of the service with which Wire- the principal games. This photograph shows Hcssherg. Yale back, 1 Helena, Mont, when dust storms enveloped sections of the Midwest, of the worst of the many dust storms that bore down upon Western photo brightened the sport pages, through the football season, en- carrying the ball around Navy's left end on the play that brought Wirephoto, asusua!, brought to The Times the first pictures of these Oklahoma anJ neighboring districts during the spring of this year. abling sport followers on Sunday mornings to see action photos of touchdown in the first quarter of the game at New Haven, Q. , V?5 Wirtpiiot

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