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In 1944, Jones wrote to John Walvoord of Dallas Theological Seminary that while the university had " no objection to educational work highly standardized …. We, however, cannot conscientiously let some group of educational experts or some committee of experts who may have a behavioristic or atheistic slant on education control or even influence the administrative policies of our college.
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Also, during World War II, Jones directed such shorts as The Weakly Reporter, a 1944 short that related to shortages and rationing on the home front.
Cotten starred with Jennifer Jones in four films: the wartime domestic drama Since You Went Away ( 1944 ), the romantic drama Love Letters ( 1945 ), the western Duel in the Sun ( 1946 ), and the critically acclaimed Portrait of Jennie ( 1948 ), in which he played a melancholy artist who becomes obsessed with a girl who may have died many years ago.
As President of the Society – a post he would hold until 1944 – Jones secured funding for and supervised the establishment in London of a offering subsidised fees and an Institute of Psychoanalysis which provided administrative, publishing and training facilities for the growing network of professional psychoanalysts.
In 1944, on her 25th birthday, Jones won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as Bernadette Soubirous.
Armistead Jones Maupin, Jr. ( born May 13, 1944 ) is an American writer, best known for his Tales of the City series of novels, set in San Francisco.
: Orville " Hoppy " Jones ( b. 17 February 1902, Chicago, Illinois – d. 18 October 1944, New York City ) ( bass ) ( Played cello in the manner of a stand up bass )
Hoppy Jones, an important personality to the group, died in late 1944 after collapsing on stage at the Cafe Zanzibar in New York City, near the height of their popularity.
* Mick Jones ( Foreigner ) ( born 1944 ), guitarist, songwriter and record producer in the rock band Foreigner and earlier Spooky Tooth
This led to a further re-flowering-in the Depression and war years between 1930 and 1955-and this can be seen in the work of: artists such as John Piper ; John Tunnard, David Jones ; Graham Sutherland ; John Craxton ; John Minton ; Stanley Spencer ; Eric Ravilious ; Robin Tanner ; Bettina Shaw-Lawrence ; writers such as John Cowper Powys ; J. R. R. Tolkien ; Mervyn Peake ; C. S. Lewis ; Arthur Machen ; T. H. White ; Dylan Thomas ; Geoffrey Grigson ; and Herbert Read ; film-makers such as Humphrey Jennings ; Powell and Pressburger ( e. g.: A Canterbury Tale, 1944 and Gone to Earth, 1950 ); and photographers such as Edwin Smith ; Roger Mayne ; and John Deakin.
Booker T. Jones ( born November 12, 1944 ) is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer and arranger, best known as the frontman of the band Booker T. & the M. G .' s.
Clampett's colleague Friz Freleng directed a cartoon titled Goldilocks and the Jivin ' Bears in 1944, essentially Coal Black remade with a different fairy tale, and Warner's director Chuck Jones directed a series of shorts starring a prepubescent African hunter named Inki from 1939 to 1950.
General Michael W. Hagee ( born December 1, 1944 ) was the 33rd Commandant of the United States Marine Corps ( 2003 – 2006 ), succeeding James L. Jones on January 13, 2003.
* Virgil Carrington Jones published Ranger Mosby ( 1944 ), and Gray Ghosts and Rebel Raiders ( 1956 ).
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General George C. Marshall, in a memorandum to President Franklin D. Roosevelt dated 3 February 1944, wrote
George Orwell wrote in 1944 that " the word ' Fascism ' is almost entirely meaningless ... almost any English person would accept ' bully ' as a synonym for ' Fascist '".
Eric D. Weitz wrote, " By 1948, according to Nicolas Werth, the mortality rate of the 600, 000 people deported from the Caucasus between 1943 and 1944 had reached 25 %.
The only actual book he ever wrote was God Passes By in 1944 to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the religion.
Her daughter, Tania Szabo, wrote a reconstruction of her two missions in 1944 into the then most dangerous areas in France with flashbacks to her growing up.
He wrote a description on 17 December 1943, with the title " Arrangement of Displacement Bodies in High-Speed Flight "; this was used in a patent filed in 1944.
In 1944 he wrote War Finances and Debt Consolidation ( orig: Kriegsfinanzierung und Schuldenkonsolidierung ).
Raeder wrote in the Seekriegsleitung war diary on 3 September 1939: " Today the war against England and France, which the Führer had previously assured us we would not have to confront until 1944 and which he believed he could avoid up until the very last minute, began ... As far as the Kriegsmarine is concerned, it is obvious that it is not remotely ready for the titanic struggle against England.
In 1944, he and Elisa traveled to the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec, Canada, where he wrote Arcane 17, a book which expresses his fears of World War II, describes the marvels of the Rocher Percé and the extreme northeastern part of North America, and celebrates his new romance with Elisa.
In 1944, he wrote Shadow of Paradise, the poetry where he first began to concentrate on themes such as fellowship, friendliness, and spiritual unity.
Leopold wrote his Political Testament in January 1944 shortly after this failed attempt at reconciliation.
Tankey wrote to their regiment to explain their absence before he and Slovik reported to their unit for duty on October 7, 1944.
In particular, in 1944 Eckert wrote his description of a memory unit ( the mercury delay line ) which would hold both the data and the program.
In 1944 he returned to producing pictures with the huge success Since You Went Away, which he also wrote.
During World War II, he was involved in the French Resistance, during which time he wrote Liberty ( 1942 ), Les sept poèmes d ' amour en guerre ( 1944 ) and En avril 1944: Paris respirait encore!
Between 1944 and 1982, he wrote at least one novel a year ( except 1950, 1951, and 1971 ), typically producing three per year-and published twelve in 1974 alone.
In 1944, an Advisory Committee on Aircraft Manufacture was established by the Canadian government, the Canadian Director of Aircraft Production wrote to Minister of Munitions and Supply C. D.
Graves first wrote the book under the title of The Roebuck in the Thicket in a three-week period during January 1944, only a month after finishing The Golden Fleece.
Norman M. Coats of Kirkwood, MO ; a 1944 Borden High School Graduate, World War II Veteran, Businessman and Author ; wrote a compelling book called " Growing Up on Daisy Hill ", which chronicles his early years being born and raised in the nearby hills and hollows of Borden during The Great Depression.
More recently, critic Dennis Schwartz wrote, " Scarlet Street is a bleak psychological film noir that has the same leading actors as his 1944 film The Woman in the Window.
* The Romanian composer Iancu Dumitrescu ( 1944 –) wrote the 1975 work Le miroir de Cagliostro for choir, flute and percussion.