SUSDAY, ARCH 271.188
Uamnera-shy Arturo :Tost anin ,
whose concert work abroad Will
take him to lHolamnd, Palestine 4n
England before his return i c
tober, is seen arriviug in Padis withj,
1 , -y
B~lrthpI~aces figure in news with
the announcement that Tenor John
McCormack (above) may run for.
president, of Ireland. He's Ireland-
born hut; a naturalized Amnerian;
Eamon de Valera. is New York- born.
Selzuwe of American and Bitish
aril Properties by Mexican WPrsi-
dent Coxdenas tnakes Joseph Da-
irels; (above), U.S. Amassa~ow 4r
M~lexico, a key~ man in conferences
held. by CardenaN to find settlezpeixt
of oUl problcm~
fustor~r was, being= made when Vienna crowds, buckled police, lines tryin to -see Hitler, thee former--pager-hanger: who oan March..15 jowined
Austria: tea.. ermaanMd .defied:the "worldto pull them 'asunder,
'Women's-wit amnuses-George,1B, Shaw;:-who lunched wittLady As-
quitl ,(left) an dFiin,'Aaress Wexndy Hiler; at=£ngtsan's' Pinewoo.,.
studi~s., Sawis y 1giJou" is belng .fimed--
4T1 o "t" at training -camp- I n Hot Sprbig Ark.,/ Vs taken by Loin
Wyuee nais >to welcome.uzrw dugter, ]Patricia.-Loba's "son
Young man's fancy, if lhe's:a young as:-two-year-old Billy xoran
of Menmphlls turns not~ to love but- perhaps to .gof,T liet catch '(nowt
that Billy mijnds) is' that the ball, is a large rubber one, and the golf
Oub alef4_-, ! de, r," whicBiily tries to swng from&a.right-lianded
In spring° ha.rvest' of pajntingi shown ,on'Washingt ona square fence
wa s this of Joseph Cattia, .of Bronxc, N.Y.j, atholicv Youth Org a n x.,
Withsalute-like- signal, P ent Roosevelt beckoned.:the engineer
tostart f'rom Washington, D. -x the trip 'that. even tly, brings' him
to WarmSprings, Ga., "his tother ome," where' he'll lave a -brief rest.
Norman Davis,:U ..="amb ado-at-largm was at the train, to. say, fae
'Multiply-by 74miliou thee <,w.
terical viennese to estsLmatotmI