When Mgm Ranked At The Head Of The Class GOTTFRIED REINHARDT, The author was an eyewitness to MGM's history-making decades when he worked at the Culver City studio and produced such films as "Red Badge of Courage," "Comrade X" and "Rage in Heaven," among others. The recent passing of the MGM lot into other hands and the evolution of the company into a new arrangement with United Artists prompted Reinhardt to recall the fast-fading past
Barium Exam a Valuable Diagnostic Aid DR. NEIL SOLOMON, Dr. Neil Solomon is a specialist in endocrinology and metabolism and an authority on obesity. He also holds a doctorate in psychology. Questions may be sent to him at P.O. Box 21487, Pikesville, Md. 21208. and
A Formula for Freeing Soviet Jewry Natan Shcharansky, Natan (formerly Anatoly) Shcharansky, now living in Israel, was a Soviet prisoner for nine years. This article was adapted from the Jerusalem Post.
Affirmative Action Via the Back Door BARBARA R. BERGMANN, Barbara R. Bergmann, a professor of economics at the University of Maryland, is working on a book on women and the economy.
The Disgrace of County Housing for the Homeless Jon W. Davidson and Sharon Lybeck Hartmann, Jon W. Davidson and Sharon Lybeck Hartmann are among more than 30 attorneys at Irell & Manella, a Los Angeles law firm, who have joined in efforts of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, the ACLU Foundation of Southern California and others to help the county's homeless