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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER YRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1961 GETTING READY FOR A PLAY--Students of St. Edward high school, Elgin, are shown above rehearsing lines for a one- act play, "Young Lady of Property," to be presented in the Northern Illinois Drama festival at Madonna high school, LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification of Movies The following is a moral estimate' of motion pictures showing in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the National Legion of Decency, 4S3 Madison Ave New York 22, N.Y with co-operation of the Motion Picture Department of the International Federdtion of Catholic Alumnae. A-I~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Alamo Lost World Sword of Sherwood Forest Aparaiito (Unvan- Magic Boy Tarzan, the Ape Man quished) Man on a String Ben-Hur Masters of the Congo "Teacher and the Miracle Beyond theTimeBarrier Jungle Ten Commandments Cimaroon Michael Strogof! Ten Who Dared Cinderfe]la Mighty Crusaders Conspiracy or HeartsModern Times 13 Fighting Men Desert Attack Mouse That Roared 13 Ghosts Oondi My Dog, Buddy 30--War Flaming S~tar Noose for a Gunman Flute and the Arrow Oklahoma Territory 39 Steps Glenn Miller Story One Hundred and One" Thouscwad end One Gorge Dalmatians Arabian Nights Hand in Hand Operation AmsterdamThree Came to Kill Heaven on Earth Operation Camel High Time Passport to China Three Worlds of Gulliver Hound Dog Man Pope Timbuktu Hound That Thought He Poacher's Daughter Toby Tyler Was a Raccoon Pollyanna Tomboy and the Champ In the Wake of a Power Among Man Tom Thumb Stranger Raymie Town Like Alice Israel Sand Castle Twelve Hours to Kill Journey tO the Center Santa Claus Twelve to the Moon of the Earth Serengeti Shall Not Die Uncle Tom's Cabin Jungle Cat Seven Wonders of the Under Ten Flags Kidnaped World Wackiest Ship inthe Killers of Ki(imanjaro Sink the Bismarck Army Last Angry Man Snow Queen Walk Tall Last Days of PompeiiSong of Sister Maria Warrior and ~'he Slave Last Voyage Stop, Look and Laugh Girl Libel Story of Ruth When Comedy Was King Little Angel .Swan Lake Wizard of Baghdad Little Shepherd of King- Swiss Family Robinson Would-be Gentlemen dos Come Sword and the Dragon Wreck of the Mary Deare A.11~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS All the Young Men Hell Bent tor Leather Angry Red Planet High Powered RIfle As the Sea Rages Home Is the Hero Atomic Submarine Babette Goes to War House of Seven Hawks Ballad of A Soldier House of Usher Bet I Aim At the Stars Battle of the Sexes Because They're Young Ice Palace Bells Are Ringing Jailbreakers Bell Boy Black Sunday Blueprint for Robbery Brides of Dracula Cage of Evil Counterplot Crazy for Love Don Quixote EnemyGeneral Flying Fontaines Four-D Man Gazebo Prisoner of the Volga Scent of Mystery School for Scoundrels Secret of the Purple Reef Sergeant Rutledge Seven Ways from Sundown Song Without End S.O.S. Pacific Journey to the Lost City Stalag 17 Long Rope, The Sundowners Magnificent Seven Sunrise at Cempobello Man in a Cocked Hat Tarzan the Magnificent Man who Died Twice Tess of the Storm Country Marie Octobre Time Machine Mating Time Tormented, The Midnight Lace Trapped in Tanglers Mountain Road Unforgiven Nature Girl end the Valley of the Redwoods General Delia RevereSlaver Village of the Damned Giant of Marathon Night Fighters Visit TO a Small Planet Gold of the Seven Saints Othello Wake Me When It's Over Goliath and the Dragon Pay or Die Walk LIke!A Dragon Great Impostor, The Place in the Sun Walking Target Hand, The Please Don't Eat the White Warrior Hannibal Daisies World of ApO" A-Ill---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS All in A Night's Work Grass Is Greener Pillow Talk All the Fine Young Holler in Pink Tights Please Turn Over Cannibals Hell is a City Plunderers, The Angel Wore Red Heroes Die Young Portrait In Black Angry Silence, The Home From theHill Purple Gang Apartment, The House Of Intrigue Rachael Code Back to the Wall Hypnotic Eye Rue de Parts Idiot Sapphire Best ot Everything Ikiru (JapA Savage Innocents Big Deal on Madonna I'm All Right Jack Senechal, The Magnlfi- Street lnherff the Wind cent Black Orpheus I Passed For White Seven Thieves Captain's Table. It Started In Naples Sound and the Fury Career Jayhawkers Spartacus Cash McCall Key Witness Story on Page One Chance Meeting League of GentlemenSubterraneans College Confidential Let No Man Write MYTank Commandos Cover Girl Killer Epitaph Third Voice Cranes are Flying Magician Threat Crimson Kimono Make Mine Mink Tiger Bay Crowded Sky Malaga Touch of Larceny Dark at the TOp of Murder, Inc. Tunes of Glory the Stairs Music Box Kid Unfaithfuls, The End of Innocence North to Alaska Upstairs and Downstairs Exodus Nude In a Whlta CarVirgin Island Facts of Life (Fr.) Virgin Spring (Swedish) Fast and Sexy Ocean's Eleven Web of Evidence Fever in the Blood, A On the Beach Why Must I Din Four Fast Guns Odds Against Tomorrow Wind Cannot Read 400 Blows Once More With Feeling Wolf Larsen French Mistress One Foot in Hell Wonderful Country Goliath and the Bar Operation PetticoatYoung Have No Time barians Our Man in Havana Young One B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL And Quiet Flows the Don Heed of a Tyrant Rat Race Angel Baby Hell to Eternity Rebel Breed : Her Bridal Night (was~ Atlantis, the Lost Contment Bride Is Much Too Rise and Fall of Legs Beloved Infidel Beautiful) Ft. Diamond Between Timeand Hercules Unchained Rookie Eternity Herod, The Great Rosemary Bluebeard's Ten Hiroshima, Men Amour September Storm Honeymoons Inside the Marie Sex Kittens Go to Bramble Bush It Takes a Thief College Breath of Scandal Jack the Ripper Shakedown Butterfield 8 Jazz Boat Solomon and Sheba Can-Can Leech Woman Sons and Lovers Carry On, Nurse Legions of the NileSquad Car Carthage in Flames Let's Make Love Stranglers Of Bombay Circus of Horrors Liq Abner Strangers When We Meet Crack in the Mirror Look in Any Window Studs Looigan Cry for Happy Macumba Love Surgrise Package . Desire in the Oust Mania Take a Giant Step Elmer Gantry Marriage-Go-Round Tall Story EleCtronic Monster ~illionairess Too Soon to Love Entertainer, The Nlisflts, The Underworld, U.S.A. Esther and the King Never :So Few Vice Raid Female and the Flesh Nights of Lucretia Virgin Sa~'rifice Five Branded Women Borgia Where the Boys Are Foxho!e in Cairo Parrlsh Where the Hot Wind From the Terrace Platinum High School Blows Fugitive Kind Portrait of a Sinner Who Was That Lady? Gangster Story Pretty Boy Floyd Wicked Go to Hell Gone Krupa Story Prime Time Wife for a Night Girl tn Room t3 Private Lives of Adam Wild River G, I, Blues and Eve Woman Like Satan (was Goddess of Love Proper Time Female) Go Naked in the World Psycho ~ World of Suzy Wong Happy Anniversary Pusher Young Jesse James C.--CONDEMNED Adorable Creatures Llano, Jungle Goddess (French) Love Game (French) And God Created Woman Love Is My Profession No Orchids for Miss Blandish (British) Oscar Wilde (French) Lovers, The (Fr.) Passionate Summer Baby Doll Lover's Return (French) (Fr.-Ital.) Bed of Grass .(Greek) Mademoiselle Gobette" Please! Mr. Balzac (Fr.) Bed, The (French) (French) Port OF Desire Come Dance With Me Mademoiselle Striptease Pot Bouille (Lovers of (French) (French) Paris) (Fr.) Desperale Women, The Megdalena Private Property Expresso Bongo Macd in Paris (Ft.)A Question of Adultery Fruits of Summer (Fr.) Marie du Port (French) Rosanna Game of Love (French) Mating Urge Savage Eye Garden of Eden Miller's Beautiful Wife Sins of 1he Borglas Green Carnation (was (Ital.I (French) Trials of Oscar Wilde) Miss Julia (Swedish) Smiles of a Summer Heroes end Sinners Mitsou (Fr.) Night (Swedish) Husband for Anna, A Morn and Dad Snow Was Black I Am e Camera Moon Is Blue, The Stelle (Greek) Illicit Interlude (Swedish) Naked Night, The Third Sex Keramoia (Swedish) Trials of Oscar Wilde Lady Chatterley's Lover Nana (Fr.) Wasted Lives snd the Letters from MY WEnd- Never on Sunday Births of Twins mill (Fr.) Night Heaven Fell (Ft.) Woman of Rome (IteL) SEPARATI~ CLASSIFICATION eeparate C ass fication is given to certain films which, while not merel- y offensive, require some analysis and exblanation as o protection to the uninformed ago nst wrong interpretation and fo!=e conclusions.) Martin Luther Adam and Eve Anatomy of Murder Storm Center Case of Dr. LeurentSuddenly Lest Summer Circle of Deception Girl of the Night Crowning Experience Patronize Our Advertisers ;rnalists At Muldoon Are Honored AURORA -- Students of Cath- olic high schools, aiming for "Catholic action through Cath- olic theater," are preparmg for the second drama festival of the northern Illinois section. This di- vision of the National Catholic Theater conference was organ- ized last year for the schools of thedioceses of Rockford, Juliet, Peoria and Chicago. Seven schools have entered a play for the 1961 festival Feb. 25 at Madonna high school, Au- rora, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The critic judge is Sister Mar- garet Mary, F.S.P.A. The participating schools this year are: Madonna; Mother of Sorrows, Blue Island; St. Ed- Roncalli School BREDA, The Netherland -- A girls' high school named for the family of Pope John XXIII has been opened here. Present at the opening cere- mony of Roncalli School was the Pope's younger brother, Giu- seppi Roncalli. Also attending were representatives of the Edu- cation Ministry and all Protes- tant pastors of Breda. About 20 per cent of the school's students are Protestants. ward. Elgin; Regina Dominica, Wilmette: Marian C e n t r a l, Woodstock; Trinity, River For- est; and Nazareth academy, La- Grange. Interested high school students may obtain tickets at the door. The Northern Illinois unit hopes to encourage more schools to en- ter plays next year. ROCKFORD ~ Eleven Mul- doon students who have been elected to Quill and Scroll, the a international society for high school journalists, will be admit- ted into the organization at a ceremony today. Sister Ann Stephanie, O.P publications moderator, will pre- sent six seniors and five juniors to Sister Agnes Charles, O.P principal, who will bestow the society's pin on the girls at the initiation ceremony. Seniors are FLAME editor and co-editor, Anne Topp and Carole Coppolet- ti, business manager Elizabeth Strominger, and staff members Judith Anderson, Eileen Castro- novo, and Rosemary Cuccia. Junior members of the SPARK staff are Nancy Van Laanen, editor, Irene Logli, managing editor, Mary Lar~on, business manager, Suzanne Collins, ad- vertising manager and Susan Weeg, contributing editor. The constitution of the society specifies that in addition to do- ing superior work in some phase of journalism or school publica- tions work, the members must' be in the upper third of the class i ,in general scholastic standing, be recommended by the adviser or principal, and be approved by the executive secretary of the society. Ask Scholarships ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Calif. --Students of St Mary's College have organized a "Student Heri- BUFFALO, N. Y.--(NC)--Respect for parents' rights and for religious liberty demands that private school children share in tax-paid education benefits, an official of a citizens' group said here. i "If to the burdens under which we now groan on the local and ~state levels there is to be added the additional burden of in- [creased taxation without any benefit, then we may no longer be !able to choose religious education for our children," Edward M. / system, "but solely on behalf of independent American citi- zens, our children, who are en- titled to religious freedom .and the equal protection of t h e laws." Seek Equality, Justice He said the group seeks "jus- tice, equality and first-class citi- zenship for its children in any educational program that exists or might be adopted." He said that to give tax-paid education benefits to p u b 1 i c school children only is "to con- dition educational tax benefits on the forefeiture of constitu- tional rights of parents and stu- dents." He warned that by increasing education taxes and yet denying benefits to private school chil- dren, the State is making "free choice of schools the prerog- ative only of the rich. O'Keefe of Niagara Falls said. C.E.F. President Mr. O'Keefe is president of the Niagara F a 1 1 s chapter of Citizens for Educational Free- dom. He made his comments in a statement submitted to a joint committee on school fi- nancing of the New York Stat( Legislature. He stressed that his group speaks for no church or school FREEP RT . . . "Our Home, Your Home in Time of Bereavement" ROCKFORD--Bishop Muldoon high school will hold registration for incoming freshmen, Feb. 25. Since many organizations are offering scholarships to eighth grade graduates, a test will be administered Feb. 18 at 9:30 a.m. to determine the recipients. All girls desiring a scholarship are invited to participate. West Galena and North Walnut Avenue FREEPORT, ILLINOIS GENE BURKE ADams 2-0613 ORRIE TUBBS Incoming freshmen can look forward to four eventful years at Muldoon. The school, which was opened in 1930, is staffed by the Adrian Dominican sis- ters. The girls will receive a thorough education in the sub- jects which, a c c o r d i n g to choice, may include four years of religion, English, Latin and mathematics p 1 u s courses in" French, Spanish, the natural and social sciences, physical ed- ucation, general business and music. Varied Activities The social functions, a~tivi- ties and organizations are also m a n y and varied. Language students may have member- ships in either French, Spanish or Latin clubs. Many co-curric- ular clubs have also been or- ganized which cover topics such as debate, current events, re~ medial math, English and first aid. Those girls who have any hid-' The Facts o e o e o ~ o e, o 41 The Figures. e e e The That "Give You More" sented to the student body. Social Events; Various dances are held each year. The seniors sponsor the Christmas Ball; the juniors, the Junior - Senior Prom in t h e springi and the freshmen and sophomores, a mixer dance dur- ing the Christmas holidays. The Muldoon Educational Associa- tion also provides many activi- ties for the girls. Sports is another activity in which the girls can participate. Members of G. A. A. can take --from-- |nC. Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer 9 W. Douglas Freeport, II1. reunion. Confessions will be heard between conferences and during meditation periods. The Very Rev. James P. Con- roy will lead the retreat. He is the national director and found- About Pallbearers It is an honor to be asked to serve. Verily the time of" the service, and then be early. Ask the Funeral Direc. tor lor instructions. Schwarz Funeral Home er of "The Fighting 69th" and serves as associate editor of "Our Sunday Visitor." Following his recent trip .to South Ameri- ca, he will have many interest- ing experiences to relate to the students. He" will guide and in- struct the girls during the days of recollection and contrition. In place of classes to enrich the' minds, classes to enrich the soul will be substituted. Resolutions toward positive ac- tion in regard to reformation :will be stressed. In school, as well as after, this spirit of si- lence and contemplation should be maintained. Much prayer and sacrifice will be offered to en- courage a decision on vocations, either Religious or lay. MARMION AURORA -- At the Scholastic convention held recently at the Lake street campus of Marmion Military academy, faculty mem- bers distributed awards to those cadets whose names appeared on the honor roll for the first semester. Twenty-nine cadets from the four classes attained the rating of Distinguished, which means that those cadets maintained a better than 90 average during the first semester in all subjects. In the second classification the names of 58 cadets appeared, while 104 names made up the i third group. Thus, a total of 191 cadets, practically 40% of the enrollment, made some section of the honor roll. ~.aart in any of the games they Highest Achievement rticularly like including vol- Singled out for highest aca- ley-ball, s o c c e r, basketball, demic achievement was Joseph and many others, privi- Zocher, West Chicago, who at- One of the many other tends St. Patrick parish, St. loges 'which wilt benefit each girl is the opportunity to take an active part in the student I government. The stuldent coun- :cil is headed and directed by the students themselves with the guidance and assistance of the sisters. Since the student council is organized into various committees each girl will be able to participate in the one of her choice. MADONNA Susan Murphy AURORA --- Madonna h i g h school will stage the annual re- treat Feb. 20, 21 and 22. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. and the girls will then have the op- portunity of receiving Holy Corn- FREEP RT In FREEPORT Diaper Service For A Quality end. LOW PCOST D~el ADams 2.4513 1at AUTHORIZED RCA VICTOR DEALER BASIL HARTMANN TV & APPLIANCES Dial ADams 2-9611 15 N. Chica o Ave. FREEPORT SINCE 1928 AD 2-9017 816 S. GALENA AVENUE FREEPORT, ILL. B. Leo Schworz --- Glen T. Schwarz Charles, with a 97% average for all subjects during the first sem- ester of this school year. Runner- up in the senior class was Ste- phen Worthley, also of St. Pat- rick parish, St. Charles, with a 95.2 average. A freshman, a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, Aurora, Mark Coyle took second highest honors in the school with a 96.5 average. Runner-up to him among the freshmen was 'Ar- thur DePauw, St. Patrick parish, St. Charles, with an impressive: 95.5. Among the sophomores, Wil- liam Heine, Holy Cross parish, Batavia, led his class with an even 96%. Close on his heels was Richard C. Johnson, also of Holy "Portraits Live Forever" HARTMAN'S CAMERA SHOP & STUDIO ,FREEPORT 117 S. Chicago AD 2.8110 n NOT INC. General Contractor Churches - Schools Industrial and Commercial Buildings Office Phone: AD 2-9516 Office Phone: AD 2-2178 Residence Phone: AD 2-4720 1328 South Harlem Ave.---Freeport, Illinois 1 I Cross parish, with a 95.8 aver- age. The juniors put forward Clint Vogus, Holy Angels parish, Auro- ra, as their lead man with a 94.5, closely followed by Richard Weirich, Sacred Heart parish~ Aurora, with a 93.8. Remarkable Record ,~ One of the outstanding featurJ of the honor roll this time wa~w" the remarkable record made by the members of the band. Thirty of the 38 members of the unit were represented on the honor roll. H i g h e s t percentage - wise among the classes were the sen- iors with better than 50% of their members receiving the bronze, silver or gold bars to be worn on their uniforms. The freshmen came next with 40%; the "sophomores followed with 35%; the juniors brought up the rear with 28% represented. The Chicago Tribune's ROTC silver medal for the outstanding 3unior in military and academic work went to James C. Gleason, St. Rita parish, Aurora. ST. EDWARD ELGIN --- Two seniors at St. Edward Central Catholic high school have been named final- ists in the 1960-61 National Merit Scholarship program competi- tion and have been awarded cer- tificates of merit. Principal Sister Mary Giles, O.P announced that the follow- ing students have received the Certificates which attest to their high academic promise: Robert McKiel and John Rowe. The seniors attained finalist status by their distinguished performance on two tests and upon endorsement by their high school. About 6-tenths of one per cent of the seniors in each state received the awards. Approxi- mately: 9,800 students in the 50 states and in United States terri- tories were honored. "The certificate of merit win- ners represent our most valuable national resource, our talented youth," said John M. Stalnaker, president of the National Merit Scholarship corporation. "These exceptionally able students dei~, serve the recognition and en~ couragement of every citizen' concerned with the future of America." The Merit scholars, to be an- nounced April 27, 1961, will be selected from the finalist group. They will receive scholarships from the resources of the Na- tional Merit Scholarship corpora- tion and from sponsoring busi- ness corporations, foundations, associations, and individuals, Attacks Church LONDON --(NC)-- Moscow Radio charged in a broadcast heard here that the Catholic Church supports colonialism and slavery. The communist station quoted St. Paul's ex- hortation to slaves to obey their masters, and asserted that in the Church "the obedience of slaves is as topical today as it was 18 centuries ago." I a P'JWH IJMNI~e FURNACES BOILERS CHIMNEYS Residential Commerciol Industrial *'Cleaning is Our Only Business" BURDETT H. SMALL FRANCHISED OWNER (Stephenson County) '881 W. Galena AD 2.1514 Spencer's 312 LOCUST ST. STERLING, ILL. Cords Luggage Hondbag= Unusual Gifts Decorative Items Personal Leether Goods Bennett & Hoefer FREEPORT, ILL. Dial ADams 2-4141 Ready Mix Roofing Cement Blocks Lightning Rods Fuel Siding Eave Troughs