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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS MUNITIONS "SLEUTH"--Real "sleuth" behind the U. S. senate munitions committee investigation of war-time financing is Josephine Joan Burns, above. Josephine, 25, calls herself a "literary detective". Her work entails the going over of letters, old files and hundreds of books for the quizzing senators. HEAVY SNOW BRINGS OUT PLOW ON YOSEMITE HIGHWAY--Heavy snows necessitate the bringing out of snow plows to clear the Glacier Point highway above Yosemite Valley, California. FOR AND AGAINST--John Pierpont Morgan and his banking- partners, witnesses in the senate Munitions committee investigation of war-time financing-, go into earnest conversation with their interrogator,; Senator Gerald P. Nye," in Washington. -\"ye is shown left, with 1 Thomas W. Laniont next to him. Mor-j gan is standing and George Whitney is at Morgan's left. ,' Fashions of the Fashionable 'JUMP, CAT, JUMP--Mr. Parrot at the moment is in a safe place tut she had better not get huffy as Mr. Cat will just make one leap and goodby parrot. The scene is in an Albany, N. Y., home. (P. S.) A minute after this picture was taken, the cat jumped. But so did the parrot--to a chandelier. BEAUTY INHERITED BY DAUGHTERS--Beauty of Irene Rich, stage and screen actress, runs to both her daughters, as this composite picture of the three Riches shows. Frances Rich, who is back in Paris after studying two years at a Boston school, is at the left; Mrs. Rich is center, and Jane Rich, who is at a New York school, is at the right. COAT FOR MILADY -- Among the season's swagger styles is this "trim brown galyak coat worn by Lucille Ball in Hollvwood. The , . , f ., , . . - L I - T.I , " Â· - , _ coat Â« knee length and cut m square box lines. The start ,s brown wool w,th a faint pla.d pattern of gold thread. FOR WARM WEATHER--This is the latest in warm weather attire. The slacks are of striped linen and matched with a navy- silk shirt. The wearer is, Mrs. Iri V. Warner, popular smart set member. The locale is Palm Beach, Fh., where Mrs. Warner is vacationing. ,,..__,,.. _,,,,,,,,._,, T , .-.._,,,. .,.Â»-,_, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ,,.... , \VARDEN RECEIVES HAUPIMANVS REPRIEVE-- \Vith newspaper reporters and cameramen 0 chjef ^ the T . B) . uno H a u p t l Â£ a n n by Gov , Haro]( , G . H o f f m a n of ^ j^ UDS GOV. HOFFMAN IN HAUPTMANN INVESTIGATION-lieutenant Robert W. Hicks, Washington criminologist, is aiding Gov. Harold G. Hoffman of New Jersey in detective work connected with a secret investigation of purported new evidence in the Hauptmann case. INVESTIGATING UNCLE SAM'S RUM BUSINESS--With the passing of the prohibition era in the Virgin islands, islanders once more are turning- to their old industry and getting financial aid from the United States. Thus, continuing his tour of U. S. island possessions, Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes finds occasion to stop off at St. Croix, V. I., and with Boyd Brown, rum company head, go over equipment in the company's plants. TRIPLE WEDDING BETWEEN TWO FAMILIES--Quite a family affair is this "wholesale" wedding. Two sons and one daughter of Frank Wolf of GrninSeld, Kas., are marrying two daughters and one son of Frank Mecrian. The money on the clothing of the participants was pinned there as wedding presents. The marrying couples arc, left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. George Mecrian and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf, Jr. .Central Press Association, Inc., 1336. CAN'T MAKE A SAP OUT OP THIS YOUNGSTER--You can't make a sap out of this youngster, even if he is a "Sapajous", according to scientific classification. The two Simian newcomers from South America--mother and child --now are residents of the New York zoo. A baby sapajous generally remains on the mother's back for two years..