1944 in Print — Walter Winchell on Broadway, March 8, 1944

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March 8, 1944

Man About Town

Adelaide Norris is crowding Cholly McCarthy off Edgar Bergen’s spacious lap … Those 31 persons rounded up Saturday by the G-Men (for allegedly peddling illegal railway reservations in Florida) tittered at the warning here months ago. Ha, ha. That Winchell is such a comedian.

One of the weekly news mags is said to be able to prove the real murderer of Sir Harry Oakes. An irate husband angle. When and if the unsolved murder case is reopened, the evidence will revolve around Voodooism — which calls for setting fire to a body, etc.

Walter Huston may run for the Congress pew vacated by Will Rogers Jr.Mark Hellinger’s next assignment will be his most thrilling.

From the St. Petersburg Times.

March 7, 1944, Walter Winchell

March 7, 1944, Walter Winchell

March 7, 1944, Walter Winchell

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