I herewith warn you that unless you marry me, I shall marry either Timmy Sabor or Greta Garbo — and if you think this head, line is an msmw error or in flPf way partaking of jocosity, you may read the following... .an^\|iy%/too I might marry taxi girl Read all a:i|«Vv|K^i^6nly ten cents. ■ CULVER—CITY CALIFORNIA CHATEAU MARMDNT which curiously enough is still' at 8221 Sunset Boulevard which irrevocably remains in Los Angeles. Tue. July 6 &v\ CSV rW- cL**^~y Darling, I did have a happy week end. First, I got moved into the Chatux, a charming small suite, looking up* the Italiaaate hill — sharp slopes with raggedy eucalyptus trees ana plaster cottages with red tile roofs, up to a ??hite house perched like a domestic eagle above stone terraces. And then a darling first letter from you explaining that as you have been yacheting with Hal, maybe that was why I never got you on the phone a week ago last Sunday. Then out to Eddie Selwyn's for a while, and on to Nunnally Johnson's, to dine with him and George Macy and Dorris at Romanoff's — still luxurious and immensely successful. who sent her your love, as did Eddie, actoresslette named Doris Day whom I good by entirely forgetting her after Mike At and an extremely pretty may not have pleased so Eddie's, Micky Merrill, having seen her for a before you and I went whole week there. at Ogunquit theater the year Then yesterday, with %fe and Dorshka, and an even prettier girl axtoressa, named Timmy Sabor, whom I met in Minneapolis — she played once in the log Cabin theater; graduate of Pasadena Playhouse; did some bits in Hollywood; is very good looking and darling, and so^ naturally, is now working all night in the Douglas Aircraft offices punching record cards! — with them, I say, I went out for dinner to Ernst Lubitch's magnificent |castle-mit-patio-and-swimpool. And there were darling Frizi /Masari and daughter Liesl Frank. And suddenly quietly there, •' quiet-faced and somehow secret-looking in an unornamented beige dress, puzzling one as to whether she was very beautiful or M just strange, was a young-and-not-so-young woman who, I thought, looked very much as the invisible and unattainable Greta Garbo^^^^ She and I fenced amiably about my having fasted; I explained that she unquestionably had me balled up with Upton Sinclair. She was gay and pleasant and easyj and I got Ernst aside to ask who she was and Oh yes, she was Greta Garbo, all right, and I I scampered all over her like a small teray agitated mouse all BSiSMttHiiElSEEMENT OR ORDER WILL BE BINDING ON THIS CORPORATION UNLESS IN WRITING AND SIGNED BY AN OFFICER llll 6 C S.