Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Jan. 30, 1941


  Jan. 30, 1941, Ban on Navy Aid to Britain Beaten  

  Jan. 30, 1941, Comics  

Jan. 30, 1941: Tom Treanor, who was killed covering World War II for The Times, writes about an unforgettable image from his tour of Europe: At the police station in Bucharest, Romania, an Iron Guardist had been chained to a post for taking a bribe to free a political prisoner. 

One more crazy gyration of Hollywood's wheel of fortune: Some two weeks ago Warner Bros. placed under long-term contract, despite her complete lack of experience, a young lady named Juanita Stark, who, for months, had been on Federal relief, Jimmie Fidler says.


  Jan. 30, 1941, Tom Treanor  

  Jan. 30, 1941, Jimmie Fidler  

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