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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS COME ON YOU FISH!--Waving goodby to the crowds President Roosevelt is shown above leaving Jacksonville, Fla., for a short fishing trip 'in the tropical waters of the Caribbean on Vincent Astor's yacht, Nourmahal. HOOT, MON!--Yes, siree, gentlemen, you'll be wearing the headgear at the left, if the predictions of New York hat stylists are to be trusted. At the right is the more conservative 1934 model ANOTHER TEDDY -- Theodore Roosevelt, III, grandson of the late president, poses in the costume he wears in the Harvard Hasty Pudding show, "Hades! the Ladies!" at Cambridge, Mass. SAFE IN RUSSIA--Saved by diplomatic intervention from possible 'death in Germany, Communist Dimitrov, in 'Moscow, points .out his picture in a Soviet newspaper as his little nephews look on. When Dimitrov and his two companions who had faced death on charges in connection with the reichstag fire returned to Russia, they were hailed as heroes. ~ CUPID IN JAIL--Even jail bars fail to halt the matchmaking of Dan Cupid. Although Philip Slavickas has been in Yonkers, N. Y., jail, awaiting jury action on. a charge of possessing a revolver and of Mr and Mrs. Chenopis Atrata (swan to you) have amused a violation of his parole, he and Miss Isabelle Spero of Brooklyn, 0 The papa and mamaswan black as b ,ack can N. Y, refused to postpone wedding Jn, Photo shows the cere- raon y m fÂ«gre.s. be, thoroughly enjoyed the attention their little gray children are attracting. BEAUTIFUL JUSTICE--Just for experience Helen Vinson of the films sits on the bench, in a New York court, looking very legal in her judicial robe. Miss Vinson is visiting her socially prominent Gotham parents, , FAMOUS MORGAN PROBE-[The late 3. P. Morgan is shown as Â·he appeared on the witness stand Jin Washington before the Pujo 'congressional investigation into 'private banking in 1912. Last summer, his son, world-renowned Â·financier, faced a similar probe --. before.a.senate committee..; DISASTROUS FLOOD--Overwhelmed by the swollen torrents of the Miami river, the city of Dayton, 0. bore the brunt of a devastating flood in the spring of 1913 when 732 persons perished. CATASTROPHE--In the greatest disaster of modern times, the eruption of Mount I'elix- in the- French West Indies on May S, 1902, more than 30,000 persons met death and the island metropolis was left a trackless waste of crumbling buildings under a mantle of volcanic dust and ashes. The picture shows men from the U. S. aiixilmry cruisi-r Dixie searching the ruins for bodies.