L.A. Nazi Spy Convicted!

June 5, 1942, Midway

June 5, 1942, Comics
June 5, 1942: Dr. Hans Helmut Gros is convicted of being a Nazi spy. And radio stations along the Pacific Coast went off the air at 9 p.m. so their signals couldn’t be used as beacons in case of a Japanese attack.

Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett are going to New York to observe salesmen for their next picture, titled “Men’s Wear.” It was later titled “Bill of Goods.”

June 5, 1942, Spy Convicted

June 5, 1942, Nazi Spy

June 5, 1942, Edwin Schallert

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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