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'Jim's Place' Waitress Dies; Was Head Hostess 12 Years

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Molly Palm, who was the head hostess at Cronin's restaurant until six months ago, died last Saturday at her home in Torrington, Conn. She had been a hostess at Cronin's for 12 years before being stricken with a shock last spring.

Molly, whose actual name was Mrs. Mary L. MacCormack, was well known by many University students as the gracious Hostess of Jim's Place. She leaves her husband, Mr. MacCormack, and a son, Einar Palm '43, who is an architect in Torrington.

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