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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 12, 1932, Image 83

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Flames destroy French liner in Arabian Sea. More than
50 lives were lost in the burning of the new mctorship
Georges Philippar, shown in this photograph taken from the
rescue ship Mansud, off Cape Guardia Fui, near Aden, Arabia,
after the liner had been abandoned. © Associated Press Photo
The DO-X is wel
comed home. A
swarm of small
boats surrounds the
big German flying
boat when it lands
on Mueggel Lake,
near Berlin, to end
its flight from the
United States.
® A. P. Koto.
beauty on the
campus. Miss
Frances Walker
o f Columbia,
S. C., whc has
been selected as
the most beau
tiful co-ed at
the University
of South Caro
® A. P. Photo.
Plane calls for Senator at Capitol's front door. This \
“giro” plane landed on the plaza the other day to carry Sen
ator Schall of Minnesota to his suburban home after a day’s
wor^i ‘s> Associated Press Photo.
/ The new transatlantic
liner Manhattan, largest
passenger vessel ever
built in the United
States, goes into dry
dock at the Philadel
phia Navy Yard to pre
pare (or her maiden
© Wide World Photos.
/ 4
Two famous woman flyers get together. Mrs. Amelia Earhart
Putnam (center) and Miss Amy Johnson, England's premier
aviatrix, strolling in the garden of the American embassy in Lon
don, where Mrs. Putnam was a guest after her transatlantic flight.
With them is Miss Johnson’s fiance, J. Mollison, also a famous
flyer. ® Associated Pi ess Photo.
Left: A close call. Miss
Eve Mortimer of Tuxedo
Park, N. Y., was almost,
but not quite, thrown in
this jump at the horse show
there. She made a neat re
© Attociated Pres* Photo.
Students of the Business High School four-year course
who graduate this month. ® Rideout.
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