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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961 Picture 'Essay' Doc " On Marriage Is " " i i t1 TV Show Top l .1 0 n A photographic "essay' on Christian courtship and mar- riage will be featured on the The silver anniversary of the Formally entitled 'Vigilanti tional Catholic Film Festival. I June 25 "Lamp Unto My Feet" ]irst papal document concerned Cura" from the first Latin words Plus XII also established, on[ television program, with /~lms occurs tlfis ~nonth, in the document, written by an experimental basis, the Pun-/ The photographs which will be To commemorate the anniver- Pope Plus XI, is commonly tifical Commission for Motion seen on the program were taken sary, the N.C.W.C. News Serv- known as the encyclical "on Pictures, Radio and Television I by Jacques Lowe, President ice interviewed a spokesman Clean Movies." His Holiness Pope John XXIII Kennedy's campaign photogra- /or the National Legion of De- The letter, dated Juone 29. 1936, tent than the cinema," motion later made the commission a pher, whose work has appeared ceacy about the i,~pact of the has a special meaning for Amer- pictures were the undisputed on- permanent office of the Holy in such Catholic magazines as doeumem on tire movies and lean Catholics because it was tertainment choice of everyman. See. It is headed by an Amer- the Sign and Jubilee. other mass media, written two years after they Americans, for example, were ican, Archbishop Martin J. O'- The ,script for the, program, NEW YORK -- (NC) -- The founded the National Legion of going to movies at an average Connor, who is rector of the called 'One In Heart,' was writ- first papal document to spell out Decency. The encyclical gave weekly attendance rate of 88 North American College, Rome. ten by Robert Cream how Catholics should regard thelhigh praise to this U.S. contri- million persons. . As to the future, Father Sul- By 1959, however this figure [ivan n ed th r h ,~ ~,~. ~, ;power of films still shines aslbutton to more wholesome,I ot at asta t as been z~dnlp untu vlj' rc~L lS . . had dropped to 41 954 000 a week " -. bmghtly as a theater marquee 25 movies. ' ' . Imade m the esthetm and moral telecast from 9 to 9:30 a ~ ; teoucauon oi t.amoncs among (CDT) over the Columbia Broad- Tears alter ns remase, i Times have changed drastical- --about the size of the esUmated o audience oz a one-shot major h mo i o" it e v e-g in[ pubhc. casting system television net- temvision presentauon. 1he 18Dl] Rise of Publications work. Catholic programs in the attendance figures may con-i Courses and discussion groups serms are produced by CBS pub- tinue the downward attendance on motion pictures are conduct- lic affairs in co-operation with trend, but figures are not yet ed at several Catholic institu- the National Council of Catholic available. tions of higher learning, he said. Men. "Great Comfort" Among them are Notre Dame Following the photo "essay."[ "Vigflanti Cura" was address- and Georgetown universities and Father Joseph B. Schuyler, S.J I ed specifically to "the Archbish- Mundelein College, Chicago. sociology professor at FordhamI ups and Bishops of the United He also alluded to the steady university, New York, will dis-[ States of America" and then to rise in Catholic publications cuss Catholic marriage withI the "other Ordinaries enjoying about the medium and cited George Crothers, the program's[ peace and communion with the American hooks such as "The moderator. I Apostolic See." Image Industries" by Father ,Plus XI told the Americans he William Lynch, S.J and "The SHOWING HOW IT'S DONE ~ Bandleader Lawrence Welk ! drew "exceedingly great corn- Cathoic Viewpoint on Censor- tries a few chords on his clarinet for Father Gordon Mycue, Marian Theater fort" from their crusade to im- ship" by another Jesuit, Father pastor of St. Thomas parish, Corcoran, Minn and director of )rove films, as represented by Harod Gardiner of America the aspostolate for radio and television in the St, Paul arch- Marian Theater will present formation of the Legion of magazine, diocese. Mr. Welkwas interviewed for the "Quiz-A-Catholic" "The Triumphant Exile," the Decency, which issues classi- Asked if there had been any show to be televised this fall. Father Mycue is general chair- life of Robert Louis Stevenson, fications of films in terms of improvement in the moral qual- man of the 13th annual congress of the Catholic Broadcasters June 25 over the Mutual net- their morality, ity of films since publication of Assn held this week in Minneapolis. work. Glenn Langan stars as The Pope urged hierarchies in "Vigilanti Curs," Father Sulli- Stevenson and Jeanne Cagney other countries to take steps van said there is no simple an- portrays Fanny Osborne, the paralleling those by the Amer- swer to the question. woman who became the wife of leans, including film classifica- "This is a different world the great poet and novelist, tion and the taking of a pledge from 1936/ he said. "Motion Robert Louis Stevenson was in by Catholics to avoid bad films, pictures no longer have the truth an exile. In his early 20s The Pontiff called on bishops mass entertainment field to he was forced to leave his belov. "to unite in vigilance over this themselves, and production is eel Scotland and go to the south universal and potent form of en- not monopolized by a few major of France. His doctor advised tertalnment and instruction." companies. The independent MINNEAPOLIS, June 21--(NC)--The Catholic Broadcasters him that only such a change in Influence Evident producers, who are competing Association presented two "Golden Bell Awards" for excellence climate would save his life fromi How well have the Pope's di- with television and other enter- to the Catholic Hour for its programming on both radio and the ravages of tuberculosis. It rectives been realized? tainment media for the public's television. was in France that StevensonI Very well, according to Fath- attention, are less amenable to Six other Golden Bell Awards were presented to stations and met Fanny Osborne, a young[ er Patrick J. Sullivan, S.J as- the legion's views than were the program producers during the association's annual convention. American widow with an eight sistant to Msgr. Thomas F. Lit- major producers." The presentations were made (June 21) by Auxiliary Bishop year old son. She returned to fie, executive secretary of the On the other hand, Father John A. Donovan of Detroit, episcopal moderator of the associa- America and several months CATHOLIC FILM AWARD--Actor Don Murray, starring in the Legion of Decency, whose head- Sullivan said, the artistic qual- tion. later Stevenson joined her in movie, "The Hoodlum Priest," is greeted by his co-star Cindi quarters are in New York. ity of films has risen consider- The National Council of Catholic Men received the award for California, where they were Wood, upon his return from Europe aboard the Queen Eliz- The influence of the encycli- ably since 1936. the Catholic Hour televison program 'The War for Geoffery Wil- married. By this time, Stevenson had achieved great success as a abeth. Murray attended the Cannes International film festival cal over the years, said Jesuit He noted that while there had son," produced in cooperation with NBC TV. This award was for writer and he and his wife tra- where his movie received the Catholic Film Office award. Father Sullivan, can be seen in been a recent upsurge of sex the outstanding national television program. o four major areas: the Church's and violence in "big budget" NBC-TV was named winner of the award for the outstanding veled extensively. When his tu- continuing interest in motion films, it can be stated categori- national radio program for the Catholic Hour program "The Liv- berculosis became active again, Obseemty Case Rinds Spotlight pictures as a socialmedium, the cany that very few "a istical-ins Music of the Church," produced in cooperation with the Na decidedthey wenttotObeSamoa, ann idealSp thome.b th l.W- S w A effect of this interest on the in- ly worthwhile' pictures had tional Council of Catholic Men. Both Robert and Fanny Steven- tate Court Ne speets ternational science, on Amer- been subject to legion objec- Four other outstanding programs received Gold Bell Awards. ican Catholics and, finally, on tions. On the local level, WRGB-TV in Schenectady, N. Y was nam- son are buried in Samoa. ANNAPOLIS, Md. --- (NC) -- NEWARK. N.J. -- (NC) -- In the future, ed a winner for the television program "Suffer the Little Chil- The Maryland Court of Appeals a series of raids here. the Es- "Since publication of 'Vigilan- SACRED HEART PROGRAM dren." Six Graduate has taken under advisement an sex County Sheriff's Office has ti Cura.' with its endorsement The fourth program in the cur- Outstanding local radio award winner was KMOX of St. Louis, appeal by six Baltimore news- turned the spotlight on another of the Legion of Decency," he rent Sacred Heart series "Por- Mo for "The Catholic-Baptist Debate." This is the third con- WEST BROOKLYN -- Four stand operators from their con- aspect of the obscenity racket, said. "some 50 national offices traits of Christ." seen Sunday, secutive year that KMOX has won a Gold Bell award. boys and two girls received their victions on obscenity charges. In the last six weeks, four have been established in other June 25. at 10:15 a.m. on WREX- "The Hour of the Crucified." produced in West Springfield, diplomas from the Rev. James Assistant State Attorney Gen- photo studio operators have been countries. TV, will discuss the human pref- Mass by the Passionist Fathers, was selected as the outstand- Lafferty, pastor of St. Mary oral Clayton A. Dietrich warned arrested as the continuing in- Beginning of Interest erences of Our Lord. The Rev. ing syndicated radio program. church Sunday, June 11. the court that if it reverses the vestigation moves toward ~he "Each functions independent- William K. Schwienher, S.J.0 will A special educational award was presented to producers of Graduates were Ernest Wit- convictions, the type of maga- close ot its second year. ly, but cooperates with other be guest speaker. "The Life of Mother Seton," shown on WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, Pa. helm, Jerome Henkel, Ronald zines involved in the case The latest ~uspect, a Newark members through the Pontifical Sondgeroth, Patrick Reeser, "would be sold in neighborhood man, is due for arraignment on Commission in Rome and the Jane Torri and Nancy Lenden- drugstores." four obscenity and morals Office Catholique International rater. An award for the highest Defense counsel, Martin counts in Magistrate's Court du Cinema." average was given to Patrick Greenfield argued that the mad-here June 23. Police will ask The encyclical signaledthebe- Friday, June 30 1Reeser and American Legion azJnes do not violate contempor- that the case be remanded ro ginning of the Holy See's inter- W]JBM, Channel 2, Chicago WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee 11:00 Playhouse, "Rio Rite," A-II. awards were given to Jane Torri ary community standards and the Essex County Grand Jury. est in films which has grown Saturday, June 24 Salurday, June 24 12:40 eaiama Playhouse, "Bed Guy," and developed ever since, now 4:30 The Earl Show, "Wee Willie Win- 2:30 The Early Show, "South of Suez," A-II. kle," A-I. A-II. and Patrick Reeser. hence are not obscene. Previously police in this area embracing other means of mass 10:15 The Best of CBS, "My Sister El- 10:00 The Late Show, "Cloak and Dug- have struck at second-hand book WKOW, Channel 27, Madison communications, Father Sulli- leen," B. ger," A-II. Sunday, June 25 12:15 The Late, Late Show, "The She- dealers, newsstand dealers, and van said. 9:00 LAMP UNTO MY FEET Wolf of London," A-II. 9:30 LOOK UP AND LIVE. Sunday, June 25 IIl ,~i~ ~,j[mail order merchants in their In evidence, he cited the words 12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon, drive on obscenity. More than 9:00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS. I ~U~lVlll~l D Itl D 1[ KUI~ 1160 arrests have been made and and deeds of Plus XI's succes- "Haunted Honeymoon," A- Monday, Ju,e 2t I Vl l I~, I~l~d~ A I |lmore than 15 conwctmns have sors. Pope Plus XII spoke of 1:30 PictUreship Ahoy,"f r a A-It.SundaY Afternoon, 12:20 TheA.i. Early Show, "Wagon Master," iI ~ I]1 ANDERSON II the medium in two addresses to 10:15 The Late Show, "Beau Geste," A-I. 10:1S The Late Show, "Night Must Fall," been obtained thus far. members of the Italian film in- 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Let's Live A A-II. Little" B Tuesday, June 27 I ~rr=~M~ |[| PAINlr & WALLPAPER I] dustry in June and October, Monday, June 26 12:20 The Early Show, "The Racket," I -a l~| 1020 W. STATE, ROCKFORD It --~-- * "~ 1955. The talks later were pub- 4:30 The Early Show, "Love Crazy," A-li. I Itl I Obseemty Causes . 10:1s La, Show. "c.s T,mber- lished under the title, 'The Ideal 10:15 The Late Show, "The Suspect," A-II. lane," A-II. Tuesday, June 27 Wednesday, June 21 I ~iil~/:t?;, I'1 ~re~:sde~t~l.n:ew$ IA]a " C ad Film." 4:30TheEarlyShow,"TheLadyHaslO:lSTheLa,ehhow,"$aigon,"A-ll.plans, B. Thursday, June rm In an a Plus xn issued the second lO:1S The Late Show, "Ramrod," A-It. 12:20 The Early Show, "hplttire," A-I. mout own shop I / II 7 ,he, II ,210 MONTREAL, -- (NC) --- The encyclical on the subject, he The Late, Late Show ;House on 10:15 The Late Show, "The Mater and I Iit =usto.erc.t e, Pnrk.n rk o IInoted. It was entitled "Miranda 92nd Street" A-t the Minor," A-H. Wednesday, June 28 Friday, June 30 I Canadian Home and School Prorsus" (Moral Questions in 4:30 The Early Show, "And the An- 12:20 The Early Show, "Hotel Reserve," I Ill (;loss---Hardware end |lFederation has expressed alarm A-'. Lawn Needs ! ,RE, ,STIMATES Ill ~.w, N.~ J[over the spread of obscene li- Radio, TV and Motion Pictures} gels sing," B. WMTV, Channel 33, Madison and was published in September, 10:15 The Late Show, "Here I Am, 10:1S The La~e Show, "The Valley of Stranger," A-II. Decision," ~-il. Sundoy, June 25 1 223 t. s Rock,ord III WO 3.0267 literature 1957. 12:30 TheFrom Late,GreenLateHe,Show l."Monster WOC, Channel ~, Davenport n:~ FRONTIERS OF FAITH I The federation, with 4,600 lo- Appreves Agencies Thursday, June 2~ Saturday, June 24 4:30 The Early Show, "Murder Goes To 10:';0 Premiere Performance, "Blood cal units, declared in a state- The same Pope also gave College," A-II. ment that obscenity is "a major formal approval to the Office 10:15 The Late Show, 'Black Arrow,' Alley," A-II. A-II. Sunday, June 25 cause of sex violence.' Catholique International du Cin- 11:so The Late, Late Show "Arch of 11:15 Premiere Performance, "Rebel The organization urged the ema situated in Brussels, Bel-Triumph" BFriday, June 30 WithoUtMonday,a Cause,"JuneA-lI.26 Federal Minister of Justice to glum. he noted. The O.C.I.C. co- 4:30 The Early Show, '"rarzan's Savage 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Too Many Girls," Fury," A-I. B. establish an advisory commis- ordinates national offices, pub- 10:15 The Late Show, "The Walls of Jer- Tuesdey, June :17 ache,'" B. 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Conquest," A-II. ~ Wednesday, June 2, DIAMONDS sion to study the problem and lishes an annual film review 12:25 The Late, Late Show "Berlin Cot- 12:10 Movie Matinee, "The Good Die recommend effective controls at and awards prizes for outstand- respondent" A-II Young," A-II. Thursday, June 29 the national level, ing films at the annual Interns-WISC, Channel 3, Madison 12:1o Movie MetJnee, "Vivacious Lady," Saturday, June 24 A-II. 10:30 Theater Three, "The Weapon," A-II Sunday, June 2S WREX, Channel 13, Rockford 9:00 LAMP UNTO MY FEET 9:30 LOOK UP AND LIVE. Saturday, June 24 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS. 10:15 Crown Theater, "Down To Earth," 11:00 Encore Theater, "The Weauon,'e B. A-II. 11:35 Pajama Playhouse, "Herrigan'a BUD KNOTT & SONS Tu.d Ju 2, A. 10:30 Theater Three, "Rise and Shine," Sunday, June 25 A-II. 9:00 LAMP UNTO MY FEET Wednesday, June 21 9:30 LOOK UP AND LIVE. 10:30 Theater Three, "Chasing Danger," 10:15 SACRED HEART PROGRAM. Tuesday, June 27 A-I. 11:30 Tuesday Theatre, "Three Blind Agnes K. Dwyer Thursday, June 29 Open to the puh]ic--22 chairs--no waiting~ lO:30 Theater Three, "Pier 13," A-I. Mice," A-I. Modern Equipment--Air Conditioned--State WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago . Accredited--Union affiliated saturday, June 24 .E CENTE 10:15Mov 5,"Th. Cr o.ogOn- JULIAN known," A-II. Call or write for in/ormation,Sunday, June ~5 9:00 RELIGIOH iN LIFE. Roeldord i14 W. STATE ST. ROCKFORD WO 2-7797 I:0O ChannelA.i. 5 Playhouse, "Patterns," 10:15 Movie S, "Betrayed Women," E. 114 N. Madison Street WO 3-5939 ED REYNOLDS" 12:1.5 RELIGION IN LIFE. Mondey, June 2~ 4:00 Movie 5, "50 Lovely, So Deadly," A-el, Tuesday, June 27 The "rery Best 4:o0 Movie 5, "The Silent Raiders," A-II. Thursday, Jufle 29 =, ,:,0 Fish Fry * 00 +Friday,5' "Brok,njuneStar,"30 A-II, ii ii MAVERICK Only 4:00 Movie S, "Port of HelL" A-el. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saturday, June 24 1:05 Matinee Playt~ouse, "Great Expec- tations,"A-I 10:00 Fanfare, "The Jolson Story," A-I. Sunday, June 25 11:00 Sunday Movie, "'She Wouldn't Say Yes," B. 1:30 Fanfare. "The Jotson Story," A-I. Monday, June 26 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS. 10:25 The Late Show, "Thunderhoof," A-II. Tuesday, June 27 10:25 The Late Show. "The Strange Death of Adolph Hitler," A-II. Wednesday, June 2g 10:25 The Late Show, "Rogue's Regiment," A-II. Thursday, June 29 10:25 The Late Show, "Hit the Ice," A-I. Friday, June 30 10:25 The Late Show, "Mortal Storm," A-II. WTVO, Channel 39. Rockford Saturday, June 24 10:00 The Big Movie, "Timber Jack," A-I. Sunday, June 25 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH. 10:30 Humphrey Feature Theater, Breakthrough," A-I. Win. H. Poorman. Owner 304 North Fifth St. Rockford AMBULANCE All the Porch you con eat 11 JAMES Friday 5:30 p.m. to 9 SERVICE GARNER 0usinessmen'sl 1:30 to 2Lunchp.m. Daily Rockford WO 8-6101~WO 5-9673 tk JACK Banquet Facilities 24Hr, Servico KELLY CONERY TREE EXPERTS LANDSCAPING SINCE 1923 Home Oxygen Therapy 1.1 . S|lPpER CUrB 3327 N. Mol, S Rockford Experiencea, Consiaerate v v Attendants WREX-TV 1116 S. ME;n Rockferd DIAL TR 6-1811 1 Fb-st Communion and Don't Know III ill and WURLITZER PIANOS D', A 0 N 0 S ill - Ill WURUTZER ORGANSIm - " lU ."Y Ilil Ilti Know YourJeweler! III Yah Dvke tudio Illl Piano, and Organ, S/ II "/ " i| Convenient Terma I]/ III Our ing Portraits of Ilil .- .- -- [ ' ! III ElegontSimplic't y--Weddings-- 114 I{it.h Pi nt Ilre nn CARL E. LINDOU'IST Ill Fomilv Portraits. ilil ~.L~ ** ~. =~,u ~v ~ v-~** ~.~v, I1~ ~' Pl L ~ 330 S. MAIN ST, 221 W.~-JMAIN ST, jeweter , I " ' I| CARPENTERSVILLE -- The Rev. Edmund P. Petit, pastor of St. Monica parish, Carpenters- ville, announces that the fourth annual summer festival which opened Wednesday will continue through Sunday, June 25. John Sebesta and Francis Hunt are co-chairmen this year. The festival will be held on the grounds behind the new par- ish hall, allowing the use of .',he new main parking lot in addi- tion to the lot adjacent to the church. Refreshments will be available at all times on the festival grounds, and there will be matinees Saturday and Sun- day from 2 to 5 p.m. Rides for all will be provided including a Scrambler, Merry- Go-Round,~ Rockaplane, Kiddie rides and pony rides. Various games of skill are designed for all ages. An added attraction Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. will be a model airplane show, put on by mem- bers of the Fox Valley Airplane association. A special hobby show will be featured this year, open to all boys and girls of the area between the ages of 5 to 17Ribbon awards will be given for first, second and third place winners in each hobby category. Judging will be Sunday at 4 p.m. Anyone interested may call HA 6-7986. Another attraction will be Walt Disney's "Toby Tyler" plus a cartoon and west- ern Saturday at 1 p.m. in the new hall. Another new feature is a fish fry which will be served by the Holy Name men June 23 from 5 to 9 p.m. T~e peak of the fes- tival will be Sunday night with the awarding of two grand prizes, a 1961 Chrysler station wagon and a 16-foot boat, com- plete with motor and trailer. Each night of the festival a quarter of beef wi1! be given away. The five-day festival will conclude with a special social June 25 at 8 p.m. in all of the parish halls. St. Munich parish is on route 25, one mile north of the Mea- dowdale shopping center. 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