Religion: Cinema's Lady

For the greater glory of the Lord and as a means of relieving unemployment. Jean Cardinal Verdier, benign grey Roman Catholic Archbishop of Paris, has for some years pursued a vast churchbuilding program, at one time scheduling no fewer than 100 houses of God for construction over a period of ten years. Last week word reached the U. S. of the latest Les Chantiers du Cardinal—the Cardinal's building jobs. Soon to arise at Joinville-le-Pont, where the French cinema industry is largely centred (Paramount and Pathe studios and laboratories, Kodak-Pathe film factory), is a...

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