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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1943, Cumberland, Maryland                                hit Ho EIGHT EVENING TIMES CUMBERLAND MD THURSDAY JAN 211943 CASABLANCA OPENS FRIDAY AT STRAND La Medina the mysterious vlce infcsted section of Casablanca will BOOB be as familiar to American pic ture audiences as the Caaba the criminal quarter of Algiers made famous in the picture Algiers For Medina figures important ly in Casablanca the new Warner I Bros film starring Humphrey Boi gart Ingrid Bergman and Paul Hen1 reid which opens at the Strand Theatre on Friday That section was recreated on the screen under the technical of Robert Eisner French army officer who escaped the Nazi claw soon after the fall of France and went to Casa blanca where he remained several months before he obtained a pass port to Lisbon and thence to the United States La Medina located in the north west section of Casablanca Morocj co is enclosed by a high wall with j its back to the Atlantic It is the old Moorish part of the city and later became the refuge of underground leaders political fugitives and New York Acclaim Auxiliaris Say CoEds Should Finish Education QUICK RELIEF FROM ft AfMng KMti College Park Md 21 STOMACH ULCERS WAACS WAVES and SPARS think DUE TO EXCESS ACID coeds are desirable personnel but they want them to finish their eduj llilp ir It TTttl cations first Representatives Of the womens j organizations addressed SCO Uni versity of Maryland women students 1 and tlieir advice was expressed In the words of Lieut Comm Dorothy Stratton of the SPARS I think you can be of the most KEECUS DRUG STORE service to your country if you CUT RATE STORE wnrrr ym anrt frnthltrf educations After you graduate each or MMMCK ftfMMMMMM MC Ask for WHUrft which fully T of you should think carefully and j enter the branch of the war effort westernpon DRUG STOKE where you feel you will be of the most help KELLYS PHAttMACV Peter Lorre cast as a dealer in the Black Market for exit visas es struggles with Moroccan police as Humphrey Bogart stands by Scene caped French Czech and Polish j from Casablanca the Warner Bros picture opening Friday at the army officers j Strand It is with such refugee Uic plot of Casablanca concerns itnese cat people and for that itself The action of the story takes jreasn jias consistently avoided ro in Casablanca with a Hash But the pleadings of young n u e to Perls just prior to the Gerj Reed a young ship designer nun occupation which tells of thejsoftens her reEistence and she mar love between Humphrey Bogart andirjcs him Immediately after the Infirid Bergman Paul HenreSd iscereinony her fears return and she cast as a prominent leader of the I on being a wife in name underground chance against the top players of the country until she opposes gam blerhero George Brent He breaks her streak of brilliant luck But behind the scenes Priscilla admits shes a very poor card play er She rarely plays any card game at all and when she does she loses A featured supporting cast is headed by Claude Rains Conrad Olivers efforts to change she says her Not only did Priscilla have to Olivers eiiorts to cnange iiei mind and even the persuasions of learn how to manipulate the oblong Veidt Sydney Greenstreet and Peta noted psychiatrist fail to shakejdiscs cleverly for the sake of er Lorre Michael production Philip G j her and finally Oliver prepares to j cameraman but she the had to team Curtis has directed the j marriage and marry j another difficult art to keep a J i straight face while dealing out the heritage gets out cards and when first looking at her from Julius Epstein and annul me J another girl Howard Irenas f tilt j v jLitila o JCttiUUo Kochs story of the Murray Burnettof control and a series of swift draown cards In poker terms she had Joan Aiison play FEAR MAKES SHADOW IN TENDER ROMANCE Romance under the shadow of fear is the stirring basis of Oat People Simone Simons newest film drama now at the Liberty Theatre with Kent Smith Jane Randolph and Tom conway in sup malic happenings ensue leading up to the thrillpacked climax which to practice assuming a poker face which is easier for a real card play t of most ex er than it was for blonde prlscilla offerings of the ycar I Funny part of it is thoughthe i feminine blonde does a convincing port Laid in modern New York City SERGEANT YORK and realistic of it and a lovelier t CLOSES AT GARDEN j poker player is hard to find even Closing tonight at the Garden in 1942 Theatre Js Sergeant York one of the most highly praised pictures ever made Regular admission prices obtain Based on fact the picture the plot revolves around an ancient d icts Sergeant Yorks career i iiK iriHc Thai timore Gasoline Consumption Drops Baltimore Jan ion dropped an estl i to 45 per cent in the Bal NOW Showing A GRACE M FISHEK TUEATKE BIG TWO HIT PROGRAM cms ME MO nnsCTS BROWN TfX HITTER FUZZY KNIGHT 2ND HIT JUNIOR ARMY tt Freddie Barton ALSO Jcrdo ALSO Kng Of Mounties Serbian legend which holds that certain women have the strange power of transforming themselves into huge cats in which guise they are apt to slay their lovers Irena Dubravna a fashion sketch artist believes herself to be one of today World War I with Gary Cooper in the principal role Walter Brennan Joan Leslie George Tobias and esiie ueurge juuioo Ridges are included in the timore metropolitan area sincethe pleasure driving ban went into ef fect a morning Sun survey showed DANCE TONIGHT 1 fo ihf music of JAY VANS ORCHESTRA SDc TEH STAGS SOUTHERN HOTEL 133 H Mechanic St TIM experts wits select Americas Mest popular ceffee report that NO comic AN em YOU MORI COOP CUPS PER POUND THAN on the Gardens program is an unusually clearcut understandable and forceful gov ernment film entitled The World at It gives a clear explana tion of just why this country is j involved in the present catastrophe j JUNIOR ARMY PLAYER 1 ADMITS TO CHISELING i Huntz Hall is one actor who likes j j to chisel He admits it He also admits that I ihe likes to saw hammer and plane In other words hes nuts about carpentry and turns out footstools book shelves and other furniture of the lighter variety at the drop of a hat Born in New York and currently featured with Freddie Bartholomew Billy Halop and Bobby Jordan in Columbias Junior Army now at the Embassy theatre Hall is one of the original Dead End Kids who so tremendous a hit on the AUTO LOANS PURNfTVftHOAMI LOAN j New York stage and duplicated their j K success on the screen Halop andj Jordan are also part of the troublej some sextette j Hall attended Professional Chil drens School and appeared on radio programs ever since he was 12 He prefers football and baseball as games to play not to watch and he has no hesitation about swinging a fist or two Dead End marked his first film Other screen appearances include i Crime School Angels With Dirty I Faces They Made Me a Criminal Hells Hit the Road Stop In For A Refreshing Drink and EnferfoJnmenf fay The Peck Mills Trio Singer Russ Minnicks Cocktails 2 to 5 8 to 12 i Mob ilaroo Town and Private Buck REDEEM COUPON 28 FOR COFFEE NOW STAR LEARNS HOW TO j ASSUME POKER FACE Priscilla Lane has undergone ai test of real acting In Silver Queen the new United Artists release which is currently i appearing Rt the Maryland Theatre she plays the title role characterizj ing a woman cardplayer whose rep utation has spread far and wide She is pictured in the film as winning every imaginable game of Cocktail 26 Baltimore St LIBERTY STARTS TODAY exciting story of a woman who kills thing loves CAT PEOPU SIMONE SIMON Kent Smith Jack HoH Added Short Fighting French and A Pop COMING SOON 1RABI1N NIGHTS NOW Showing A GRACE M FISHEK THEATRE GARDEN SAVE I0 A POUND NEW STYLES In Mens and CLOTHES EASIEST CRfcDlT TERMS Dear Friend We take great pride in calling to your attention the forthcoming en gagement of one of the seasons finest motion pictures CASABLANCA With one of the greatest exists ever assembled in one picture CASA BLANCA brings to our screen such favorites as Paul Henreid the exciting new romantic star who scored so heavily in NOW VOYAGER Ingrid Bergman the beautiful young star who has won millions of admirers in her screen portrayals Humphrey Bogart in his most dynamic role Claude Rains Conrad Veidt on3 Sidney 6reenstfeet Woven around the love of Paul Henreid and Humphrey Bogart for Ingrid Bergman is a story of suspense intrigue and excitement that for sheer entertainment stands head and shoulders above the lop attractions of this new season You cant help but get a thrill from the emotional impact of the tender love scenes between Henreid and Bergman and Bogart and Bergman The intensely vital problem Miss Bergman when she tries to decide between the love she has for Humphrey Bogart and her love for her patriot husband Pau Henreid will bindyou in a spell of entrancement In it is the story of CASABLANCA the city that seethes with intrigue as the stopping off place for French refugees trving to get visas to Lisbon You cant help but feel the excitement that pervades the action and there are moments where your emotions are so touched that you will want to get up and sing the Marseilles All in all CASABLANCA promises to be one of the finest films of 1943 It has already been hailed as such by many of the nations leading film critics We heartily endorse it and urge you to attend the engagement which opens at the Strand Theatre tomorrow Sincerely F K OKelly A NEW a DATE WITH THE CJTf MAT 40CKED THf WORLD the Interest on Your Mortgage If Mot Inquire About This Rate Peoples Bank of Cumberland THE WORLD AT WAR STARTS TOMORROW MURDER IN THE BIG HOUSE KMFRSONVAN JOHNSON COM FKATIRI Three Mesquiteers in Pals of the Pccos Junior GMen Of The Air mil nu MAII ru Ml Queen of Hearts fo Every Gambler on the Barbary Coast Silver Queen they colled her and in all the clamor and glamour of the most sinful town in America none could snatch her boldness or her beauty Her past shrouded in mystery her man dreams 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