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Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, May 17, 1941





  May 17, 1941, British Launch Vast Mideast Drive  

  May 17, 1941, Comics  


May 17, 1941: Allen Rivkin fills in for Lee Shippey with a column about problems at the post office in Westwood. Notice that even in the glory days of the streetcars, traffic was still a problem.

Tom Treanor, on a press junket to Venezuela, attends a benefit for British Relief at the Caracas opera house featuring the Jooss Ballet.
 
Sensational if True: Veteran press agent Mike Newman's claim that he recognizes Rudolf Hess -- that Hess, under another name, was once Mae Murray's stage dance partner, Jimmie Fidler says.




 
  May 17, 1941, Lee Shippey  

  May 17, 1941, Tom Treanor  


  May 17, 1941, Jimmie Fidler  


 
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