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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1961 ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS 'n nr FREEPORT -- The feast of bered. We want you to know that Christmas is full of meaning to we and they appreciate your in- everyone, but to children in par- terest and generosity. ticular it is a day of real joy.I On Christmas morning we of- Our Home during the holiday sea- fered a special Mass of Thanks- son had an air of gladness about giving for you our good friends it, because there were over two lit is our prayer that the new- hundred children enthusiastically born Infant may send peace and expressing their joy at being re- joy into your home through the membered, coming year. Through the assistance of so many friends we were able to l Last Wednesday was a day of afford gifts for every child, just rejoicing as ten of our youngsters as children at home are remem- Playing Cool iHot Problem "With Teens CINCINNATI, (NC) -- One of the hottest problems facing high school leaders is the attitude of "playing it cool." "~ Translated, this means the ten- dency of many students to avoid becoming involved" in apostolic groups, in school activities, in projects requiring responsibility The disclosure came at a meet- ing of the High School Federation at which delegates of 13 member Catholic high schools talked over some of their apostolic goals and some of the social pressures and institutions standing in the way of their goals. They represented Young Christian Student and So- dality units at the 13 schools. Some of the current projects of YCS and Sodality groups in the high schools include efforts to pro- mote participation at Holy Mass; solve the problem of cheating; improve faculty-student relation- ships and cultivate "sehool spir- it"; discourage steady dating, and break up cliques and ereate a friendly atmosphere. One sehool conducted a "Clean- er Air Week" program as a cam- paign against vulgar speech. "Pickets" wearing sandwich boards advertised the project and sprayed the air to overcome the effects of the "fallout" of vulgar- ity. As for the "play it cool' prob- lem, one school reported that "the general attitude in our school is indifference and apathy. Most students claim they are too busy mk to go out of their way to help 1 others," the school's delegate / said, "so their logical conclusion ~~ person do it.' " l entucky Girls w" ack Good Films LOUISVILLE, Ky (NC) -- A committee of teenagers at As- sumption high school for girls here works to promote attendance at movies rated as acceptable by the National Legion of Decency. Titles of movies in local theaters and their ratings are posted on school bulletin boards. On Friday they are announced over the pub- lie address system in the school. The committee also protests to managers of theaters showing objectionable films, but also makes a point of expressing ap- preciation to operators of movie houses showing good. films. received the sacrament of Bap- tism. The following morning they received Our Lord for the first time in Holy Communion. Among the many welcome guests during the holidays, Mr: Mike and Mr. Bob, our seminari- an friends, were the most en- thusiastically received. We are all looking forward to Mr. Mike's ordination in spring, and his of- fering of Mass in our chapel shortly after he receives the pew- era of the priesthood. I NEW CLASSES I I START JAN. 8 I YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN .- There ts no easy road to success Plan now to prepare yourself for the business world by availing yourself of a thorough business training Take the step that leads tO success. Two Year Degree Courses Accounting & Finance Business Management Executive Secretarial Administrative Assistant Automation Accounting Sales Management Medical Secretarial Legal Secretarial Diploma Courses Junior Accounting Secretarial Science Stenography Intensive Courses Bookkeeping- Accounting Gregg Shorthand Refresher Speedwriting Shorthand Comptometer, Burroughs and Friden Calculators Typewriting Clerk-Typist Course IBM Key-Punch and Typing Day and Evening Classes I APPROVED FOR [ VETERAN TRAINING DIAL WO 4-9459 Rockford School of Business 319 W. Jefferson St. Held At Boy/an rn :kford The 1962 Diocesan Basketbal ?ournament of Champions will be held in Rockford Sunday, March 4, at the new Boylan Central Ca- tholic high school gymnasium. Here the contestants from four sections of the diocese will battle in afternoon and evening games for the annual diocesan champion- ship trophies presented by The )bserver. To send winners to the 16th Din- Mr. Claude Jones came to live in St. Joseph's Home two years FROM NINE TO NINETY-TWO--Christmas greetings and presents are exchanged by nine-year-old ago. Although his diabetic condi- Cub Scout Joseph Evans and 92-year-old Mrs. Bridget Traynor, a native of Scotland and resident tion resulted in the loss of both of St. Mary Home for the Aged in Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. Traynor, a former children's gov- limbs, he made himself useful to erness and world traveler, gives vigorous response to the enthusiasm of youth, proof that Christ- the very end of his days Each mas is always new. afternoon during the summer you - c uld see him wheel himself ab ut [ igh Scho l Rocket Club Prepares the playground to visit with the youngsters. He was always ready with his tool kit to repair their roller skates and bicycles Lastlior Rocket Firing at Canaveral Sunday Claude suffered a severe stroke. On Thursday he was called to his eternal reward. We shall remember him in our daily RAMSEY, N. Y,(NC) -- A make their trip to the Cape in way, went 7,580 feet. The Don prayers, though we feel confi- countdown is in progress at Don the spring as a result of their Bosco shoots were judged the best dent that he spent his Christmas Bosco high school here for a participation in an Army-spon- of those tried by four schools that in heaven, group of science students, mem- sored program for high schools, day. On Sunday from four till five bers of the school's Rocket Club. Plan New Fuel Iron Man I (school athletic o'clock we shall observe our year Their goal: their own rocket Club members, under the guid- teams are nicknamed "the Iron- end Holy Hour. The annual crib shoot at that most famous of all ance of Frank Kiernan, Don Bosco men") was their first serious devotions will be conducted for launching sites, Cape Canaveral, physics instructor, successfully rocket firing. the members of the Third Order Fla. shot their rocket, Iron Man I, an "At Camp Picket," Kiernan of St. Francis at this time. The students are working on a estimated 10,260 feet late in Octo- says, "we used a powder fuel. Happy New Year to all our rocket they hope will go as high ber at Camp Picket, Va. Now we're planning to try a readers, as 100,000 feet. They hope to Iron Man II, launched the same melted fuel with the same ingre- dients-zinc and sulphur. "But, by melting it and packing i it in, we'll have a fuel which has eight times the density of the powder and will be that much more powerful." DORIS REVERE PETERS case you saw through a maze of I think of it as I may never set And that's why the club will }ear Doris: /make-up and recoglfized a nice him again. What should I do? have to make its next attempt at girl But when you befriend a One of my friends has been/ " . " Miserable Cape Canaveral. . nonaccepted girl you are often Nice boys aren't left out for Slightly Disappointed going with a boy for six months. / snubbed by the group Now get- They break up every other week,long. The next time a ladies choice The Camp Picket rocket range r " i t kin .on/Ling back into the group may be comes around you had better take has a ceiling of 21,000 feet. There anu t teu ne sne s a g t much front him She is always/a utue tougn put n WlU come. advantage of it However, that is an unlimited ceiling at Cape m r a af r school Don t defend your actions, they with hi,eve y d yte [ ' " last one was just a minor inci- Canaveral. - were charitable and kind Don't and m the evemog. I told her all . dent, not a catastrophe. There will Discussing the October shots, ,tly too hard to be accepted Act they didn t see each other so much "" . be other dances and other nice Kiernan says the boys were "over- they wonldn't fight so much. Do natural and friendly, letting them boys. Just don't hesitate so long. joyed" but were a little disap- -ou think I'm ri"ht~ M'" friend~see you are interested in them ----- pointed because they couldn't re- 3" ~ 3 . ' thinks differently. ]but be n~dependent Eventually Dear Doris: A friend they will accept you for what you My girl friends have slumber cover the rocket. parties once a month, I'm invited "The rocket fell on solid /are and respect you too As you explain the situation itI " to some of them but my mother ground," Kieruan explains, "but sounds as if you are right. Your Dear Doris: ~" won't let me go because we stay the Army authorities wouldn't let friend is one of [ " . My parents and I would like up to four or five in the morning, us go on the range because there many who are m your opinion. Do you think an I have been talking to my moth- was danger of duds. the rut of going average girl of 16 should be per-er and she said she might let "We weren't interested in re- steady They m " itted to date occasionally. And me go. What do you think about covering the rocket just for the really don't like sake of seeing it, but we wanted it but they don't what would be considered oc. easionally? know how to get out of it. She probably knows this and is only defending her . Dons Peters actions. However, no matter who is right or wrong, it is really none of your business unless your friend has asked for your advice. Interfering in her problem may end your friendship. You can do more good by being a silent listen- er. She will catch on after awhile. w Dear Doris: I'm a freshman in high school. I was fairly popular and made friends with a certain girl but She wasn't the type some girls like. She used to wear all the new cosmetics but she was a nice Karen Yes, if your parents meet the boy, approve of him and where you are going. Occasional means the special parties, dances or proms. It might also mean a movie or game on the weekend. Dear Doris: At what age do you think it is okay for boys to go out wiLl girls? Casey When they are interested, Casey Some boys begin by taking a girl to the Junior Prom, others wait until later. Some boys start group dating when they are 16 or 17, others wait until they are older. It depends on you, your parents and the customs of the community quiet girl. She was transferred in which you live. and after she left I tried to be lD D friends with the nicer girls in ear otis: ~.he class but nobody seems to I'm 14. Last Friday night at the like me anymore. What can I do ICYO dance the last dance was a to become more popular the re-I ladies choice. There was a boy I mainder of the year? I wanted to ask but before I got up Margaret my nerve the dance was over. Don't be ashamed of seeing the He looked like a nice boy and he fine qualities in others. In this I looked left out. ! get angry when Wish Our Many Friends A Most and New Year COME WHERE THE CARS ARE! slumber parties. I am 12 years old. C. A. C. I think they are okay once in awhile, but not once a month. If they are held on Friday night you can make up the lost sleep on Saturday -- that is, if the family can put up with the in- convenience. (Doris Revere Peters answers letters through her column not by mail. Please do not ask for a personal reply. Young readers are invited to write to her in care of The Observer). to examine it for blowofits, holes and possible damage from the fuel. There is a great deal which can be learned from the rocket after the firing." Diocesan Students Three students from the Rock- ford diocese are enrolled at the College of St. Catherine, SL Paul, Minn. They are Mary Testin, Aurora; Joan Elsie Ryan, Carpentersville; and Mary Carney, Rochelle. Mount St. Clare College Clinton, Iowa CATHOLIC COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Now Offers Progressive New Concepts in Two-Year College Planning Excellent Curriculum U. S. 30 -- 85 Miles West of Rockford Highly geared foundation program for the degree seeker Well rounded survey program for the two-year student "1 Never Mislay Anything Irlportant" says a customer, "because my valuable and legal documents are all in one place and I know just where to find them. They are in ~esan Tournament in Rockfordi there will be heavy weekend activ-! ities in four sections of the diocese! February 23-25 with sectionals t By ROBERT A. WILLEMS I went into" full sw ngl with tourneys dets marched to victory over meets oelng neia m Aurora, ~lgln,I - ' I It S tournament time again and~ opening at Forreston, Marengo. Mooseheart in the opening round, 15.0CKIOFO ann ~ternng c e IBatawa Pro hetstown and Cr ]the diocesan high school ag ',p y- 66-56. The next scheduled match Largest Sectional squads hit the holiday circuit with stal Lake. for the Cadets is against Geneva. The Aurora sectional tourney gusto this week taking advantage In the Forreston tournament In the Northwest tourney at will include teams from all the of their break from the routine of Aquin downed Leaf River 63-60 Prophetstown the Newman Corn- Aurora schools, studies. I moving the Bulldogs of Freeport ets battled the Riverdale, losing The Elgin sectional will invite The seasonal round-robin I into the Championship bracket that contest 55-42. schools from three counties. Ex- matches kicked off with the lwith their next game slated In the Crystal Lake series St. pected to take part in this the Franklin Center Holiday Tourna-iagainst Oregon; St. Thomas of Edward downed its first oppen- largest of the sectional meets are ment Dec. 18-22. In that series of I Rockford lost to Lena-Winslow, ent, Harlem. 44-39, and moved in. schools from DeKalb, Sycamore, court squirmishes St. Thom'as171-47, and then bounced back to to the championship bracket with Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles, El- went to the final round by beating beat the co-working Titans of Boy- a game against Midlothian gin, Dundee, Hampshire, Algon- Ashton 53-45 and Franklin Center llan, who lost to Forreston in their Bremen on the agenda. quin, Cary, Crystal Lake, Wood- 50-40 but stumbled on the last l opening round 71-43. Outcome of Regular Schedule stock, McHenry, Johnsburg, step and fell to Savanna in the[the Titan-Tommie battle was 58- In regular season play Aquin of Spring Grove, Harvard, Richmond "title' game 66-54. 136. Freeport continued its win streak and Virgil. Full Swing I Other Games pushing to the sixth and seventh Other Matches At the same time, Marian Cen-/ In the Marengo matches Marian wins over Dakota and Shannon. The Sterling-Freeport sectional tral of Woodstock hit the trail Central lost to host Marengo in In the Dakota contest, the Bull- matches will see action between against Batavla in the Bloom pre-ithe opening round 56-52 putting dogs won 58-51. In the contest schools from East Dubuque, Ga- holiday tourney. Results of that [the Woodstock Hurricanes in the against Shannon the Aquinite~ lena, Stockton, Menominee, Sa- contest found the Hurricanes inlconsolation bracket for the second edged their opponents 66-63. vanna, Sterling, Rock Fails, West the consolation bracket after fall- time in as many tourneys. Marian central split in their Brooklyn, Amboy, Dixon, Free- ing to the Bulldogs 88-61. In the Batavia tournament the regular season play taking the port, Rochelle, Oregon and Sub- After that, the holiday jousts'Marmion military academy Ca- first of their contests from Hunt- lette. ~- ley by the score of 79-55. They The Rockford sectional meet were less successful in the seco will feature teams from parochial ond outing, however, dropping schools in Rockford and Belvi- dere. Final arrangements for the sec- tional matches ere now being made and will be announced in MADONNA I Jean, S.L and English teacher N PHY on the faculty at Newman high The Observer when completed. By SUSA MUR AURORA A new and color I school has been submitted to a IUUI~I'~ILI WIINI~I~K;~ -- "I . . publisher The book Is a brag ful glitter will blend with the " 1947 St. Mary, SteHing sparkling snows of winter Satur- raphy of Mother Praxedes Carty. 1948 St. Vincent, Freeport day, Dec. 30 when the orchestra a former superior general of the 1949 St. Mary, Sterling of Madonna high school presents Sisters of Loreto 1950 St. Joseph, Elgin "Le Bat Classique' from 9 p.m. Nine z~ewman boys nave oe- 1951 St. Mary, Sterling to Midnight in the Crystal ball-Ic me a part of the recently or- 1952 St. Mary, Sterling room of ~be Hilton Inn" ganized Civil Air Patrol Cadets 1953 St. Mary, Sterling Climax of the evenin~ will be/Squadr n in Dixon. They are: 1954 St. Mary, Sterling the crowning,~ of the qu'~een and Bill Joyner, Mike . Murphy, Ed 1955 St. Mary, Sterling the selection of her court at Stumpf, Dave Barajas, Bob How- 1956 St. John, Savanna l0 "m lard Mike Farrell and Bernard 1/. ' 1957 St. James, Rockford Music will be provided by the] Fenwmk. Umt chaplain is the 1958 St. Mary. DeKaib Bob Reiland orehestra with -ro i Rev. Leo Bartel. 1959 St. Joseph, Elgin ceeds from the dance ~oin~ tot A chess club was organized re- 1960 St. Patrick, St. Charles the orchestra for the "urchase oftcently at Newman by Bill Schu. 1961 St. Mary, McHenry instruments v ]macher and Jon Koehler, fresh- ' /men. Faculty advisor is Joseph The Sabbath, or day of rest, was NEWMAN / Dalpiaz. Members will play only originally a Saturday under Jew- By JIM JOYCE t among themselves at first but it ish law, but was changed to Sun-I STERLING--"Only One Heart,"tis hoped that inter-school matches day in honor of the Resurrection. la manuscript by Sister Patrieia/can be arranged soon. that contest to St. Mel of Chi- cago 72-58. Marmion, nursing a season rec- ord of four wins went against Joliet Catholic with high hopes but all of their efforts failed to beat the Hilltoppers who came out on top 72-60 The Newman Comets also went on .two regular season excursions before holiday play and posted a win and a loss The win was against Amboy which bowed to the Comets 64-52. The loss was suffered at the hands of Fulton which edged the Newmanites 52- 49. . . In the final series of pre-holiddll play the St. Edward Truem-e~/. took one game from Immaculate Conception 51-35 and then dropped an nnscheduled contest to a quick- ly drafted alumni team which took the place of the Phillips of Chicago quintet which was de- layed until after 9 p.m. No re- match was set. Legion Decency Moral Classification 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, 453 Madison Ave New York 22, N Y with coaperatlo.n of the Motion Picture Department of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I- MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Absent Minded Pro. Guns of Navarone Second rime Around teaser Hand In Hand Serengett Shall Not Alakazam, The Great Honeymoon Machine. Die All Hands on Deck The Sergeant Was A Lady A Majority of One I Was a Parlsb Priest Seven Wonders of the A Summer to Re- Invasion Quartet World member Lad, A Dog Silent Call Babes in Toyland Ladles Man Snake Woman Boy Who Caught A Last Dawn Snow White and the Crook (was Boy Three Stooges Who Found $100 Left, Right and Cen- 000) ter Sword and the Drag- on Capture That Cap- Little Shepherdof sule Kingdom Come rammy ren Me rrue Clmaron Man Who Wag2ed His reacher and the Tail. The Miracle Clnderfella Midsummer Night's Teenage Mllllonalre Clnerama Holiday Dream Comancheros Mighty Crusaders Ten Who Dared Misty The Clown and the David and Goliath Modern Flmes Kid Dentist in rhe Murder, She Said There Was a Crooked Chair, A Mysterious Island Man El Ctd Nikkl. WildDog of Thief ot Bagdad, rhe the North Three Worlds of Gul- Errand Boy Ole Rex liver Fabulous World of 3ne Hundred and Oneromboy and the Jules Verne Dalmatians Champ Five Guns to Tomb- On the Double Town Like Alice stone Operation Camel Trouble In the Sky Flaming Star Parent Trap, The Two Little Bears PassDort to Chln~ Valley of the Dragons Flight That Dlsap- Pepe Voyage to the Bottom peared. The Police Dog Story, :rhe of the Sea Flute and the Arrow Pied Pl0er of Heine. Watch Your Stern Forever My Love lin When The Clock Pirates ot rortuga Strikes Francis of Assisl Purple Hills Whistle Down The Frontier Uprising Queen of the Pirates Wind Gambler Wore a Gun Question 7 Wings of Chance Romanoft and JulietWizard of Baghdad Green Helmet, The Saintly Sinners X-15 Grevfrlars Bobby Sand Castle You Have To Run Gunfight Santa Claus Fast A-U- MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS [401 S. Church -WO 3-8421 I [151S Kishwaukea--WO 5-8681 I my Safe Deposit Box at the First National. SUPERCAR MARKE1 NO. I SUPER CAR MARKE1 NO 2 Devil At 4 O'ClockLost Battalion Dr Blood's Coffin Madison Avenue Have you a Safe Deposit box? EleventhCommand- Magic Sword meat Magnificent Seven SUPERCAR MARKE1 NO 3 SUPER CAR MARKE1 NO 4 Ferry to Hong Kong Man Who Died Twice Fiercest Heart Mask rbe 2643 Ilth St. - WO 2-3705. $206 Kishwaukae - WO 5.7784,Flight of the Lost Mein Kampt ,Balloon Most Wanted Man I I Plower DrumSong My Geisha SUPER CAR MARKE' NO. S and TRUST COMPANY Frantic Naked dg. General Della Rovere Neapolitan Carousel GtdgetGoes Hawal- Operation Bottleneck 4917 N. 2nd St. - TR 7-7497 401 EAST STATE STREET, ROCKFORD Inn Pit and the Pendulum Atlantis, rhe Lost Gold ot the Seven Pleasure of His Com. Continent Saints party Ballad ot a Soldier Great lmposter. The Pocketful or Miracles Battle at Bloody Goliath and the Drag. Possee from Hell Beach on Raisin in the Sun. A Beware o! Children Risk The Black Sunday Gun Street Romme]'s rreasure Black rights Hand, The Samar Blue Hawaii Home Is the Hero ~;ardontcus Blueprint for Robbery Scream of Fear Brainwashed Homicidal Secret of the Deep Bridge The Hoodlum Priest Harbor Bridge to the Sun Incident in an Alley Secret of the Purple Broken Land Journey to the LostReel Cat Burglar City Secret Partnere Colossus of Rhodes Judgment At Nurem- Secret Ways Counterplot berg Shadow of the Cat, Cow and l. rhe' Konga The Dead to the World Last rime 1 Saw At'- Sniper's Ridge Deadly Comoantons ehie Steel Claw Deadly Duo Long Rope. The Sundowners MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. "Rockford's Oldest Bank" ROCKFORD "Where You Can 'ALWAYS' Be Sure" FREE PARKING SPACE Tess of the Storm Country Time Bomb Tormented. The Trunk Twenty Plus rwo Twist Around the Clock Two Rode Together Two Way Stretcb Weekend With L, ulu White Warrior Young Doctors, The Youn~ ~avages A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS Ada Armored Command By Love Possessed All in A Night's Work Bachelor in Paradise Claudette lngllsh Anatomy of a Svndi- eate Big Deal on Madonna Come September (was Big OperatOr) .Street Couch. 1~e Angry Silence The Blast of Silence . Double Bunk Anna's Sin Breakfast at rlffany's (British) A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS End of Innocence Summer) Eve Wants to Sleep League of Gentlemen Make Mine Mink Exodus Murder. Inc. Facts of Life Ninth Circle. The Fate of a Man Nun and the Sergeant One-Eyed Jacks Fever tn tbe Blood, A One Plus One Five Golden Hours One, Two, Three French Mistress Operation Eichmann George Raft Story Plunderers. The Girl With A 3uitcase Roman Spring of Mrs. Grass [s Greener Stone. The Great War The Return to Peyton Happy Thieves Place Heroes Die Young Ring of Fire Hustler, The Rocco and HIs Innocents, The Brothers La NoLLe Brava Sail a Crooked Ship (Italian) ~eason of Passion Loss of innocence Senechal, The Mag- (was Greengage niflcent Seven Women From Hell Something Wild Spartacus Stop Me Before 1 Kill Summer and Smoke Susan Slade The Singer. Not The Song Three on a Spree rhunder of Drums Town Without Pity Tunes of Glory Two Women Unfatthfuls, The Virgin Spring (Swed- ish) West Side Story Wolf Larsen Young One B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL Angel Baby House of Fright (was Proper Tlme Bachelor Flat Two Faces of Dr. Purple Noon Back Street Jekyll) Right Approach. The Jazz Boat Blg Show. The Sanctuary Btmbo the Greet Joker, The Shakedown Blood and Roses Last Sunset Breath ot Scandal Leda Splendor In the Grass Carthage in Flames Look tn Any WindowSquad Car Cry for Happy Love and the French- Telltale Heart Destre in the Dust woman Devil's Eve. The Mad Dog Call Terror ol the rongs Entertainer The Man-Trap The Mark (Irish) Esther and the King' Matter ot Morals Thunder In Carolina Explosive Generation Marines, Let's Go Too Late Blues Poxhole In Cairo Mary Had A Little Two Loves Girl In Room 13 Millionairess 20,000 Eyes G [ Blues Minotaur Underworld. U.S.A. Go Naked In the Most Dangerous ManVlee Raid World Alive Warrior Empress. Goodbye Again Nights ot Rasnutln The Guns of the Black Paris Blues Where the Boys Are Witch Parrish Wild tn the Country Head The Peeping rom Wonders of Aladdin Her Bridal Night Pharaoh's Woman World by Night (was The Bride Is Portrait o! a Mobster World of Suzy Wong Much TOO Beautl- Portralt of a Sinner Young Heltons (was ful) Privates Ltve Of High School Con. Herod, The Great Adam and Eve fldentlal) C -- CONDEMNED Adorable CreaturesLove Game (French) Passionate Summer (French) Love Is My Profes-Please,Mr. Balzac And God Created sion (Pr.) Woman (French) Lovers, The (Fr.) Port of Deslre Baby Doll Lover's Return Pot Bouille (Lovers Bed ot Grass (Greek) (French) of Parls) Pr. Bed The (French) MademoiselleGO- Prtme Time Breathless ' bette Private Property Cold Wind In August, MademoiselleStriP.Question of Adultery A tease (Freneh) Rosanna Come Dance With Me Magdalena Saturday Night and (French) Maid In Paris (Fr.) Sunday Morning Desperate Women, Marie du Port (l:h'.) Savage Eye The Mating Urge Sins ot the Borgias Expresso Bongo Miller's Beautiful(French) Green Carnation (was Wtfe Sins of Mona Kent Trialsof Oscar Mtss Juna (Swed. Smiles o! a Summer Wtlde) ish) Night (Swedish) Heroes and SInnereMltsou (Fr.') Snow Was Blaok Husband fm Anna, AMorn and Dad Stella (Greek) I Am a Camera Moon Is Blue, the The Green Mare Hllcit interlude Naked Night. The Thtrd Sex (Swedish) (Swedish) Trtals of Oscar Wtlde Karamota Nana (Fr) Truth, The Lady Chatterley's Neve~ On Sunday Wasted Lives and the Lover Ntght Heaven Fell Bfrths of Twins ' Liane, JungleGod- (Fr.) Woman of Rome dess. Oscar Wnde (Ital.) SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION (A separate Classification is glven to certain films which while not morally offensive, require some analysis and explanation c~ a protection to the uninformed against wrong interl~retofions and falgl concluslens.) Martin Luther Case ol Dr LaurentSuddenly Last Sum. Storm Center Girl of the Night mer Anatomy ol Murder Crownmg Exverlence Circle of Deception La Dolce VIta Never Take Candy Adam and Eve King of Klngs From A Stranger i i -