Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Â· THEATRES "This Land LÂ» Mine" Is War Drama At Libtrty A romance unrevealed until the mau in the can* is on trial for his lilt forms Â» dramatic phase of "Tills Land I* Mine," RKO Radio's stir- ring picture of Nazi occupation in Â» quiet European village, now ai the Liberty. Charles Laugh ton and Maureen O'Hara are starred in the film as Â» pair of school teachers who find themselves caught in the riptide of toe surging conflict between the villagers and the German troops. Not until Laughton finds himself accused of murder and i* beginning t* realize the meaning ol freedom doeÂ« he confess lib love for Miss O'Hara, and matce that confession a part of his defense in which he seeks to unite the Inhabitants in resisting the invaders. George Sanders, Walter Slezak, Una O'Connor and other noted play- en are in the cast of the Jean Renoir-Dudley Nichols production. HOW TO FILL OUT OPA'S MAIL APPLICATION FOR WAR RATION IOOK NO. 3 Double Feature Program Now At Embassy "The Fighting Buckaroo," thrill- filled Columbia western, currently appearing at the Embassy Theatre with two-fisted Charles Starrett starred. Lovely Kay Harris is seen[ in the feminine lead, while Arthur] "Arkansas" Hunnlcutt again por-j trays Starrett's useless-but-likeable! sioekick. William Berke directed. The associate feature, "After Midnight With Boston Blackie," brings Chester Morris back on the ncreen in one of his greatest exploits. Jure and Jain Featured In Maryland Musical Clever spotting of name bands and entertainers throughout "Rev- eille with Beverly" makes the Co- lumbia musical one of the top; notch melody hits of the year, Brought on the studio lot ac various times during the creation of the film were such bands as those of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. Freddie Slack and Bob Cros- by, as well as entertainers like Prank Sinatra, the Mills Brothers, the Three Radio Rogue* and t h e j Wilde Twins. In each case, the individual groups are heard in the piece for which they are the most popular. For! UNITED STATES Of AMEHICA OfFICC Of PRICE AOMINKTNATION WAR RATION BOOK NO. 3 IDENTIFICATION STUB APTM COMM1TIMC THIS AffiKATIOM. ttAl Â·* THIS STWI AMI M re Mir IT IMTIL you Â«rr rout WAI IATIOM IOOK NO. 000000 /O* NÂ»rÂ« TtÂ«r O* Mtn APPLICATION FOR WAR RATION ftOOK NO. mutt be ittme lor 4Â«(h cttKip itn Â»nd Â»ho itcu.jrlv live it tbr tune Â»mi. ..I I*. ,i.7Â» Â·t thÂ» jpfl-'liw II niiy bt MKiuiltd in on'T on* hinf Buy *Â£' rnÂ«iÂ»; tl MI mil imafte Pt.pt (xlov.fuU ftitm tfii cwnrltlc mining Â»Â»*Â» HMD tam* tÂ»r * .. Dtim ft ifHlU WÂ«wi. 0UUI12C. Adaption mutt )oor pow, orbit. Kc*k N*i. J, \x'ir IU[.fln Book N'o. V (*erit*flÂ» Aim/. Navy, Mjnnti. C'wit n *hom bookt *iÂ» to bt t be do below full mnw and ditc of binh ion. If e(tTf t. kÂ«*k at thij *MrtH. rnÂ»*Â»t ttift! nmnÂ« *Â« th* iir*t I'm* bclav. Â«ttftei in OPA inj thtt *U iuitmerm 10 ofltiut. Instance. Count Basic's "One! O'clock Jump" has topped all rec- ord sales in the country. There- fore, Basie and his band are seen playing the number with plenty of camera doseups of Basle a n d j IH.S piano playing. ' ' To give Duke Ellington's "Take j the A Train" the production due it. the studio saw to it that the band plays inside an elaborate club car on a streamlined limited. Studio camera crews took special pains to see to it that each out- standing musician in all the bands Letter carriers are .beginning to distribute these cards. They can be filled out at once, but should not be mailed before June 1. Book No. 3, which is a replacement book, will be distributed by mail beginning late in June. Reverse side of the application card has spaces for additional names.. Cards are pre-addressed to OPA mail centers. Regular letter postage--two or three cents---is required. Cut this diagram out and use it to guide you in filling your application card. Here's how to fill, out your Ration Book No! 3 application six easy steps. (1) Tear off this stub and keep it. (2) Read, structions carefully. (3) Type or print plainly. Your ration will b* mailed to the address you give. (4) Head of. family in here. (5) List all for whom book No. 3 is sought. Note head ot family repeats his name on first line. If you need more spaces Â»re on other side of card. (6) Applicant must as he did his! "Cielito Undo" I Brown." and "Sweet Lucy ,,. , Fmed Â·was high-lighted specialty. For Bob Crosby's "Big Noise from Winnetka." the audience is taken to a supper club on the penthouse of * skyscraper, where Crosby's Los Ange i Â£ _ You know the story boys and the beautiful blonde jof the fellow who speeded up his Wilde twins give out with "Big car en route to a service station Noise" against a nostalgic pano- so that he wouldn't run out of rama of pre-dlmout city lights, line before he got there?