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to Many Foreign Movie Folk To Go Home Plan To Return Town Countries When War is Over. committee suggested: j "The registration laws be amend- )O ed so as to remove the judiciary from politics by the creation of a bipartisan state board of elec- tions, appointed by the governor j and to hold office at the will of the governor, which board shall be j charged with the duty of appointing appointing bipartisan registration boards j for each city and county in the By ROSALIND SHAFFER HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 2.— (JP) — What will happen to Hollywood's foreign players when the war's over? Will they go back to their home- : lands? Will the old ties prove so *; : close that they'll be willing to give ! up swimming pools and fancy pay- state and upon the creation of the general board and local board, ( there shall be a complete new registration registration based upon reasonable educational requirements, throughout throughout the state and the records of such registration shall be made up and kept in alphabetical order." "We commend the recent state- ment of Governor Darden concern- i ing the iniquities arising out of j the administration of the absentee j voters law, and recommend that!the i checks to return to Budapest, Vi- j appropriate action be taken to cor- j enna, Unter Den Linden, Bella rect the abuses practiced thereun- J ! Napoli. Prague, Warsaw? I For many, the answer is no. Mar; Mar; lene Dietrich. Hedy Lamarr, Peter ! Lorre. Ernst Lubiisch, are typical | of the German group, many of i whom have reared their children : here, married Americans, taken I out citizenship papers. To their i families. Germany would be a } strange world. The German con- I tingent represents those least like; like; ly to return. The French group, not so large nor so long in the United States, are the diehards. They all seem i to have a burning urge to go back j to Paris. Charles Buyer, Jean • Gabin. Jean Pierre Aumont. Direc- i toi\s Julien Duvivier, Jean Renoir i and Rene Clair can be expected ; to make pictures in Paris as soon der." the report continued. The committee was composed of B. A. Davis. Jr., Rocky Mount: Major Henry A. Wise, Carters Bridge; Lester Parsons. Norfolk; Ralph Lincoln, Marion, and W. C. Demining, Front Royal. con' Victory Is Looming, But— By BETTY SMITH You know how it is when you make a giant snowball. You begin rolling it and at first it seems that it will never grow. But it does. Pretty soon it gets so big that you as possible. Gabin and Aumont j can't roll it along. Neighbors and I probably will return when they are ! Mends come to help. You push it I out of the French fighting forces, i "P a hill. You get to the top. You : Erich Yon Stroheim says, "I've got 1 can't push it over, You struggle !a reservation for the first Clipper i and strain. You can't do it, you j or.ce France is free." Though an j sa >'- But you must! You must 'American actor director and cit i-i g alne r all your strength for that zen for many years, his greatest opportunities of recent years were in France. Many cameramen, writers, directors. directors. producers, whose names are not before the public, probably will return to European centers after the war. where reviving film plants will make them advantage- terrific painful shove that will put it over the 1op. If you abandon the struggle, all your previous labor is lost. So it is with the buying of War Bonds. The money you loaned our government grows into a mighty mass of equipment. Further money from your purchase of bonds added to this mass. Now conies a crucial time. Yioe- ous offers. They are bound to car- i ry many American ideas of life. , .education and government, as well i (or - v is looming like that giant ; as technical excellence with them. ! snowball. But before that snow . It doesn't look as if :he old world can possibly miss a strong influx ball can be shoved over ih-^ !''•'' - > fall and shatter our enemies, we ! of American ideas via films, their 'have once more 10 pm o:u own or ours. ing .shoulders to it. We must make

Clipped from The Bee02 Dec 1944, SatPage 13

The Bee (Danville, Virginia)02 Dec 1944, SatPage 13
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