The Fresno Bee The Republican from Fresno, California on December 21, 1948 · Page 10
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The Fresno Bee The Republican from Fresno, California · Page 10

Fresno, California
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Tuesday, December 21, 1948
Page 10
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PLUMBING and HEATING GUARANTEED SALES and SERVICE MAX HAYES Ph.3-8503 ETenlnxi rttam 4-8311 Ctaerml Flumblnt Contractor rfaone For Fret Estimate! New: 12 THE FRESNO BEE *Tesno,Cal.,Tu«., Dec. 21,1948 Moviemaking In Italy Has No Romance, Just Discomfort Frtsno Bee Circulation Now Over 75,000 , By VIRGINIA MacPHEKSON I HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 21.--(UP Making movies in Italy isn't all ro 25% OFF on all Children's "Cotton" Dresses Sizes 7 to 12 20% OFF on all BLOUSES Sizes 3 to 12 SALE EFFECTIVE until CHRISTMAS Open Evenings '111 9 PM O 4407 E. TULARE (Across -from Roosevelt High) CHILDREN'S SHOP PHONE 5-3882 mance under the arches--as those ccosome pictures of Linda Christian and Tyrone Power would have you believe. About all the actors can say for it is that it's cheap i Otherwise, writes the wife o£ a director on the job over there, life in "Hollywood On The Tiber' is downright primitive. "I never knew before how much :he humsn body can take," scrlb- Dies Mrs. Shirley Ulmer, whose nusband Edgar is making Pirates Of Capri for producer Victor Pah- en in Taranto. "It gets so cold we all go around '.n five or six sweaters, fur lined boots, and heavy caps. We even ;!eep in all these clothes--and .hen we're never wnrm." Mrs. Ulmer says there isn't an automobile or drugstore or a hospital in Taranto and nobody in town speaks English. But the natives are g e t t i n g a kick out o£ their first peek at movie stars. "They don't hsye a theater here either" she explains. "When a picture comes to town its a big event and everybody gets into the local auditorium for 70 lire. That's about 13 cents American money. And they get vaudeville thrown in." The people of Taranto are friendly, Mrs. Ulmer says, but corner chats with the actors are limited while the Hollywoodites :humb through their Italian dictionaries. "Actor Mikhail Rasumny flavors hsi h a l t i n g Italian with Yiddish quotations," she explained. "And 4lar Curtis is busy teaching the ocal silors all the cuss words he knows. "They are now a c q u i r i n g a choice American vocabulary--but IT LOOKS GOOD--Francis Cardinal Spellman, presenting Christmas packages to youngsters from the New York Foundling Home during annual Christmas party in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, seems unaware of the fact the tiny tyke on the left has picked himself an extra special present. He is trying on the cardinal's biretta, perhaps just for size. they have no u n d e r s t a n d i n g of what they're sayins." A movie star to the people of Taranto means Greta Garbo, Mrs. Ulmer added. They never heard of ExStar In Hospital NEW YORK, Dec. 21.-- WO-- Gloria . Swanson, former film s t a r and row featured on a television program, underwent an emergency appendectomy at Doctors Hospital. The hospital said Miss Swanson (he actors who've moved in on 'em, FINAL DAYS 1 OF THOMPSON DUCEY'S Grand Anniversary X M A S SALE P R I C E S S L A S H E D TO ··*. yt R O C K B O T T O M 50% T O Y S UP TO S A V I N G S ON N G I F T S W JSSSPS* OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 PM Chambers Tells Of Hiding Red Army General's Widow BALTIMORE, Dec. 21.--W)--The Baltimore News-Post announced J w h i t t a k e r Chambers disclosed he .;had hidden the widow end ion of · former Red Army General Walter G. Krivitsky on his Maryland farm for more than a year. The paper published an interview with Chambers, a key witness in the current Communist spy probe, which quoted him as saying he concealed Mrs. Tonia Krivitsky and her son, Alek. after the general was f o u n d shot to death in a Washington hotel room in 1941. General Krivitsky broke with Communism and came to America, where he wrote magazine article* on his experiences. The News-Post quoted Chambers: "I took Mrs. Krivitsky and her son under my protection after his mysterious death from a bullet wound. The Washington police concluded General Krivitsky had committeed suicide, but 1 was convinced he had been murdered b.v Communist agents. "Fearinp: Mrs. Krivitsky and her son also had been marked for death by the Rod underground in America, I took them in." That was about seven years ago, Chambers said. They left after over a year when no attempt was made against them, Chambers added, but declined to say where they are living now. He described Krivitsky as one of "the old Bolsheviks" who had participated in the October revolution in Russia, had become a Red Armv general and ultimately the head o'f the Communist underground in western Europe. Krivitsky. in a magazine article in 1939. predicted a nonacgression pact between Russia and Germany which subsequently materiajized, Court Rebuffs US In Oil Lands Case WASHINGTON. Dec. 21.--I*-The supreme court today- rejected a government request it limit the work of a special master who is studying conflicting claims by California and the federal government to sections of oil rich coastal lands. When making the request. Solicitor General Philip B. Perlman raid the special master, former Federal Judse D. Lawrence Groner, plans hearinss in Los Angeles 1 in January. Perlman said the hearings will go into the merits of the different claims : nd he contended this flop is not necessary at this time and will result in delaying an ultimate decision in the case, Fred N. Howser, attorney general of California, in a reply petition, opposed the Perlman request and asserted that the special master's plnns should be permitted to proceed. ILLUMINATED PARKING LOTS TOYS . . . TOYS Salt Price Dirt Board ,.,, 1.15 Volley Ball ..,8 6.95 Soccer Ball »» 6.95 BOW £ f . . n . 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RUBBER STAMP MAKING KIT For the Younr Printer RAILROAD SET 6 Colorful Plastic Can. PLASTIC TRUCKS AND CARS Assorted Colors .,, 2:69 ;I.OO 59c 2" 98c 98e 20e 1.34 50« 1-09 49* METAL MAIL BOX BANK Green Enamel , 24 PULL OR PUSH TOY All Wood -- For Tiny Tots.... PULL TOYS Mickey Mouse Drummer. CLICK PISTOL Black Metal MECHANICAL CLOWN Dances on His Rands MECHANICAL RACER Mlditet Style 89c 29c 29c 39c 14* 19* These Items Drastically Reduced! DRESSED DOLL 12-ln. Size -- Mohair Wlf R. 9 . 5.98 NOW 3.98 CRYING DOLL BABY DOLL t DRINKING, WETTING DOLL MAGIC SKIN DOLL TELEPHONE TINKER TOYS BIG PANDA 18" Hlth -- Black ind White BIG BROWN BEAR -- 19 IN. HARDWOOD CHAIR 3.19 2.29 798 1 1 .45 98e 75e 5.29 11.98 3.98 1.59 5.98 8.98 59* 49« 3.98 6.98 2.98 ·UY ALL OF YOUR NIIDS ON SEARS IASY PAYMINT PLAN ''jWOMfitdetvw* Atuy fact" J34I-49 FULTON PHONE 4.2971

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