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f / / 4: Page Twelve Sayin0s, Sets of Cinemaland By ERSKINE JOHNSON NEA Staff Correspondent Exclusively Yours: The film cen- sor ban on sweaters can cause in. teresting complications. Take, for instance. Betty Hutton. Betty, wear.i ing sweater and slacks, was hav-t ins wardrobe fittings of the cos- tumes she'll wear in "Here Come the Waves." A cameraman was present to show the difference be- tween La Hutton in a sweater and in uniform. There was no difficulty about Betty's sweater, hut when she donned the Wave uniform it was immediately apparent that no KENOSHA EVENING NEWS censor would pass the pictures. Stu- dio stylist Edith Head did a quick re-modeling job of the GI design to keep Mr. Hays happy. I ance of its final account, which account is now on file in said court, an for the allowance of debts or claims paid m good faith without filing or allowance as required by law, for the determina- tion of who are the hears of said de- ceased, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said deceased to such persons as are by law entitled thereto; and for the determination and adjudication of the inheritance tax. ff any, payable in said estate. Dated May lath, 1944. My order of the court. ROBERT V. BAKER, Judge. CAVANAGH, STEPHENSON & MITTELSTAED. Attorneys. tMay 19. 26. June 2) STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY cOURT KENOSHA COUNTY ]11 the Matter of the Estate of Marlin R. Admmson. Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL SET* TLEMENT ANn DETEBMINATION OF INHERITACE TAX Notice i hereby given that at a term of aid Court to be held on Tuesday. the 13th day of June. 1944. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the court house in the city of Kenosha. in said County. there will be heard and considered: The avvlieatlon of The Northwestern Loan and Trust Company. executor of the estate of Martin R. Adamson. de- ceased, late of the city of Kenosha, in said County. for the examination and allowance of its final account, which ms I account is now on file in said Court. Comedian Lou Costello's drea i of an overseas entertainment tour I W C FIELDS V(HO returns to the screen after a two-year absence and for the allowance of dehts or claims allowance as required by law. for the never will materialize. DoctrSlto'appear in 'Follow the Boys," Universal's picture telling of th.e paid in good faith without filing or have warned he'd just be courting / entertainment world at war, thought he was having night, mares m determination of who are the heirs a recurrence of the dreaded rheu-!this scene The zoot-suiter is Bill Wolf who stoogeu mr lel. of said deceased, and for the asign- [ment of the residue of the estate of There's a weighing machine out i r said deceased to such persons as are by matic fever Idirect contrast to the action of the law entitled thereto; and for the de- side the Warner studm case which htrC first feature Manager Exton I ......... : " r[g| ||y t L.) . ,. . neriance ax. Ix any, Dayaote in sara bears a szgn. "Read your weight ] U selected "Nearly Eighteen, which[estate. and also get a picture of a screen[ s s  .II. lis a fast-moving musical comeay Dated May 18, 1944. star" The other day Ann SheridanlHeflC Vgfllle Kllllnn Iromance loaded with laughter and By Order.of the C_ourt; _ " "" ............. IIII .....  um'r v .,,.z Juage dropped in a penny and receivedll IIwMUJ vvu%, sw,  featuring a young star who is rap- CAVANAGH SSON e Mir- a photo of her ex.husband, George lidly rising to the top Gale Storm. TELSTAED. Attorneys. Brent: I No expense was spared to makeIBill Henry vlaYs ovvosite Miss IMay 19-26-June 2 Couple of days after Veronica "The Fighting Seabees" one of iStorm and they make a clever STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COD'NT the most authentic as well as one team of youthful players in a story Lake paid that $50 fine for speed- in" the local police department asked her if she would be a guest star on the department's radio show warring against traffic vio- lators. Veronica said she would -- fo S50 The police department promised to call her back, but never did. A Present for Asta Just to prove there's no jealousy, Bill Powell's pet dachshund sent a present to Powell's canine pal of the 'Thin Man" series Asta. It of the most thrilling war pictures ever made. When it opens Friday at the Vogue theater, local movie. goers will have an opportunity to be transplanted bodily to the jungle islands of the South Pacific, where the heroic Construction Bat- talions have written their name in blood on the glory annals of the nation John Wayne, Dennis O'Keefe and Susan Hayward have top bill- ing in the epic film, much of which was shot on actual naval loea- was the book, "A Tree Grows in I tions. Brooklyn." Miss Hayward plays a newspaper Talking about a certain magi- - C " aid His 'correspondent who believes she is clan friend. paoe oomy s : " . best trick .... n whenl in love wth Wayne. a gruff con- s olsappear g struction man who originates the the dinner check comes." Promised and hoped for: Susan Hayward as the film heroine of "Dark Waters." Flat Top mountain, on which Carole Lombard was killed, is now owned by Chet Lauck of the Lure and Abner team. It's part of a 153,- 000.acre ranch he just purchased near Las Vegas. Judy Garland, set for a straight dramatic role in her next movie, "The Clock," is worried about the reaction to her appearing in a non- musical film. "Maybe," she says. "we ought to change the title to "Without a Song" and then the public will know what they're get- " ring into." Mrs. Tyrone Power -- Annabella will be starred in "Father Cho- pin," the first French talking pic- ture ever produced in Canada. Teresa Wright's first picture after she has her baby will be "Simone," a novel which will be the Literary Guild's selection for August. Virginia Field and Paul Dougls, recently rumored divorcing, hae made a date with the stork. There was h-- to pay when a Seabees. C h a r m i n g Dennis O'Keefe. as Wayne's superior offl- cer, eventually wins the girl after a long and ardent courtship. Dick Foran, the singing cowboy, sings his way through another thrilling adventure on the Western plains. The title is "Prairie Thun- der." and a host of well-chosen players fill the remaining roles. $ 'Fightin0 Seabees' Now at Roosevelt Out of the war and for the first time on film, the producers of Re- public pictures brings to the screen the lives, loves, laughs and hard- ships of the brave heroes of the American Navy, "The Fighting Seabees," which has received the unanimous rating as one 0f the highlights of the war's film stories. John Wayne and Susan Hayward hold the spotlight as the leading players in "Fighting Seabees" and have the able support of Dennis that will please all that attend Universal first run news, togeth- er with an all-color Merrie Melo- dic cartoon are also scheduled 'Guadalcanal Diary' Lincoln The stirring drama of Amer- ica's first smashing victory against, Japan, the immortal offensive' opened by the Marines in the Sol- omons, comes biazingly to the screen with "Guadalcanal Diary," the 20th Century-Fox picturization of Richard Tregaskis' best-selling book. which opens tomorrow at the Lincoln theater. While the picture is a vivid filming of the determined, relent- less battle on Guadalcanal it also captures the indomitable wisecracking spirit which so acterizes the Marines Corps in the heart of America. Preston Foster. Lloyd Nolan, William Bendix, Richard Conte, i Richard Jaeckyl and Anthony l Quinn head the cast. That popular new comedy team,: handsome Robert Paige and beau- tiful Louise Allbritton are starred in "Fired Wife," the companion  film at the Lincoln. Each 100 gallons of sea water contain about a pound of mag- nesium. g L!kS ...................... STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY COURT -- KENOSHA COUNTY. In the matter of the estate of Lo Adamson Warren. deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DETERMINATION OF INHERITANCE TAX producer looked at the rushes of a O'Keefe, William Frawley new movie. Seems the sound de-:many others, including some partment had slipped up in a scene Uncle Sam's original Seabees. where an actress hits an actor the head with a chair. Wailed the producer about the inadequate noise: "This isn't a B picture. I wa',t an expensive sound." Joan Blondelrs little daughter noticed a gray hair amongst ms. ma's tresses the other day. "Ms. may she said, "can I pull out your basting thread?" And with the new 30 per cent tax on dine ad dance checks, Viv- inn Marshall thinks that no matter where you sit in a night club, you face the music t Delinquency Solved In Hollywood Drama The country's serious problem of child delinquency is presented in startling fashion in "Where Are Your Children?" the explosive Monogram drama which opens an engagement at the Hollywood the- ater today as the screen's first ex. ploration of the Subject in the present emergency. Jackie Cooper is seen in the star- ring role, and the unusually cap- able supporting cast includes many such popular screen players as Gale Storm, Patricia Morison, John Litel, Gertrude Michael, Evelyn Eaton. Addison Richards and Betty Blythe. Randolph Scott and the new screen find, Ella Raines, are co, starred in the companion film at the Hollywood, "Corvette K.225." and Notice is hereby given that at a term -of aid court to be held on Tuesday. 01[ the 13th day of June. 1944, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of aid day, at the "'Fihtin Seabees" will onen alCourthouse in the city of Kenosha. in " : week-end en a ellen -;said county, there will be heard and mree-aay g g  I considered: tonight at Bill Exton's Roosevelt I The Application of The Northwestern theater which will terminate Sun- Loan and Trust Company, executor of .... the estate of Louise Adamson Warre, nay nlgnL . Ideeeased. late of the city of Chicago, On this same bag program, inlllllnois, for the examination and allow- . LAST TIMES TODAY Don't Fail to See the Best Actress of 1940 and the Best Actor of 1940 in Their Only Screen Appearance Toqether. [ GINGE''" ROGERS''" JAMES STEWART in I | "VIVACIOUS LADY'" -- PLUS -- I CLAUDETTE COLBERT, BRIAN AHERNE In I "SKYLARK" STARTS ? I ;ATURDAY Flghter--SallorLover MICHAEL O'SHEA SUSAN HAYWARD "JACK LON1DON'" HUMPHREY BOGART in "Passage to Marseille'" ADULTS 27 c Plus Tax till 6 P. M, SPECIAL HTOR KND NIORETTE "FRIDAY NITE Price, 12 to 16 Years 27u incl. tax COURT -- KENOSHA COUNTY In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of Frank W. Fox, deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL HEABINO AND DE- ;TERMINATION OF INHERITANCE TAX Is Hereby Given that ata term of said Court to be held on 'rues- day the 13th day of June 1944. at lO o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court house, in the city Kenosha. in said county, there wall be heard and conidered: The avplication of the Northwtern Loan and Trust Company. executor Of the estate of Frank W. FOX. deceased. late of the village of Bristol, in said county, for the examination and al- lowance of its account heretofore filed covering the period from the date of its appointment to February 16, 1938, and its final account, which accounts now on fde in said court, and for the allowance of debts or claims id in good faith without filing or allow- as required by law. and for the determination of who are the he/Is Of said deceased, and for the determination to what interest, if any. shall be paid svecific legacies nrovlded for in and Starts Tonite The Glorious, Human Story of Our Boys! ;Guadalcanal Diary" with PRESTON FOSTER LLOYD NOLAN WILLIAM BENDIX plus -- The Most Howl-arious Picture in Years! ROBERT PAIGE LOUISE ALBRITTON DIANA BARRYMORE in "Fired Wife" ALSO: NEWS & POPEYE [ Starts Tonit, el The Frank Story of Rampaging Youth! JACKIE COOPER GALE STORM PATRICIAiMORRISON "Where Are Your Clldren?" -- plus RANDOLPH SCO'r ELLA RAINES In "CORVETTE K-22" ALSO: NEWS & POPEYE ienosha Theatres NOW! n .... Open Daily 1:15 by 'the last w Ill and testament of said deeeased, and for the assignment of the residue of said estate to such pec- sons as are by ltw entitled thereto; and for the determination and adudica, t/on of the inheritance tax. if anY. payable. in e. . May lh. A. D. 1944. By Order of the Court, ROmUtT v. BAKER. Juee CAVANAGH. ST]HN$ON & STAED. AttOrneys. ay 19-26-June 2 STATE OF WISCONS--MUNIClPAL COURT -- KENOSHA COUNTY. Gordon Powell, Plainti, . Benjamin F. Stahl and Mary E. Stahl, husband and wie; Arthur W. Perk and Mary A. Parks. husband and wife; F, lzena A. :Poweil: Elzena A. Powell. Admlnisra- trix of the estate of Lewis W. Powell, deceased; M. G. Boernec. executor of the estate of Jacob Stahl. decemmd John Staid; Orville Stahl; Vera Stahl P/chard Stlhl; Donna Kapptts; Chest Fonk; Clarence Fonk; MiltOn Fonk; Dorothy Fonk; Violet Loewan; Urban Epper=; Elmer Eppers; Olive Carpenter; Earl Fonk, Glady Fonk Sherlock; Ade- line IAenen; S. B. Bacevle and Fr Stanke, Defendants. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 8ALE By virtue and in pursuance of judgment of foreclosure and sale ren- dered by the Municipal Court of Keno- sha County. Wisconsin, in the above enUfled acUon on the 9th day Of Jan- uary. 1943. in favor of the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendants, Which aid judgment was duly docketed in the office of the Clerk of said court on the 9th day of Jan* ii!i!!!;il : : : : TONIGHT'S the NIGHT[ Opens at 7:30 Skat/ng Schedule: EVERY EVENING -- 7:30 to 10:30 Saturday and Sunday Afternoons 2:30 to 4:00 KENOSHA ROLLER RINK HE LIVES AGAIN! "BUFFALO BILL" IN TECHNICOLOR with JOEL McCREA MAUBEEN O'HARA LINDA DABNELL Plus -- EMDS TONITE! HEDY LAMARB WM. POWELL in "Heaen/y BodF" add -- RICHARD DIX in uary, 1943,  the undO, Sheriff of Kenosha County. Wisconsin. will Offer for sale and sell at public auctio and vendue at the south front door of the Court House in the City of Kenos/m. County of Kenosha. in the Stats ol Wisconsin, on the LSth day of June, A. D. 1944. st ten o'clock th the fore- noon of said day. the fotlowin d scribed mortgaged premises, directed fn sald Judgment to be sold. or so much thereof aut  be seient to pay the 81ount the plaint/it upon said Judnent for principal, interest, coats, disbursements, solicitOr's fees. Lnsurance and taxes, together with the expemm of rdch ufla. which said prml=as are described in said Judgment as follows: Forty (40) feet in width from off the entire South end of Lot Ono (1) in Block Nine (9} of Petor=dorrs Subdivision of part of the Southwest Quarter ISWY, i of Section Thirty- one (31). Town Two 121 North  Range Twenty-three (23} East, as per plat and survey of  sub- division on file and of record t the office of the Register of Deeds for the County of Kenosha. State o Wisconsin. and lying and being in the City of Kenosha. County e/ Kenosha and State of Wisconsin. Terms of Sale: Csh. Dated at the Sheriff's oMce in the City of Kenosha, County 7hdyO State of W/sconsln. this April, A. D. 1944. THOMAS J. 3ESTER, Sheriff of Keosha County. Wt, JOHN A. KEFINED. Attorney for Pla/n- tiff. Kenosha. Wisconsin. (April 28. May $. 12. 19. 26. June 2) (Continued on PJe Fifteen) TONIGHT gAY. and SUM. ! MEET THE NEW SUPERMEN OF i; THE U. S. NAVY :i .... Tall, Tough and Terrific When They Fight and When They Love'. The first to lcmd-- First to fight-- First to love-- IN THE FIRST BIG SCREEN SENSATION! ,JOHN WAYNE- SUSJUl HMWAR| in "FIGHTING SEABEES with DENNIS OKEEFE -- WILLIAM FRAWLEY AND HUNDREDS OF UNCLE SAM'S HEROES -- also -- MERRIE MELODY COLOB CABTOON UNIVERSAL FIRST RUN NEWS a Great Show! TWIN LAKES WONDER BAR : OPENING DANCE. Saturday Nite May 27, 1944 Deeoration Day Tuesday, May 3Oth featuring LEROY STEVENS AND HIS BAND Adm. 3Se.-.i-,lndi-,g Tax Danchsg Free DANCING EVERY SATe NITE Friday, May 26, 1944 HERE's A WILD STAMPEDE OF Adventurel SEE: . . . Custer's Last Stand Avenged: LD NEWE HURRY[ ENDS TONIGHTI [ IT'S SKY-HIGH FUNI RICHARD DIX in "THE GHOST SHIP" SAT. A CHALLENGE TO YOUR COURAGE AFTER HIS LATEST: HIS BEST[ Careening with carefree fun . . . thrill topping thrill -- and carloads of catchy tunes RIVIERA ON - THE - L%KE Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Dance -- Swim -- Relax at Wisconsin's Finest Ballroom and Bathing Beach WEE K Saturday,May STATG SUNs N|TE, MAY 2'tk Opening 27, 28, 29 & 30 . , MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY lle @! the lt"S Coled/es" Pre entzng THE COMEDY HIT @ v..u00..er00mz PrJces--lnc]uding Tax EVES.: Orch.: $3.00, $2.40; Balc.: $2.40, $1.80, $1.20; Gallery: 90 BARGAIN MATINIg EDNESDAY---60  SZ.S0 SAT. MAT.: Orch.: $2.40, $1.80, Balc.: $1.80, $1.20; Gallery, 60c Choice Seats for All Performances at Box Office Now The Newest Band Sensation "Count" IGOR SHOUISKY and His Orchestra Featuring MIDGE GELSONE and JULIO AIELLO ATTENTION: DE MOLAY BALL, MAY 27th EVERYONE IS WELCOME MATINEE DANCING Every Sunday and Holiday from 2:30 to 6:0 P. M. r  %: . " 72, ,)e I . : .