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Editors Blame Parents
For Child’s TV Habits
WASHINGTON (NC) Television cannot be trans
formed into a “sort of electronic baby sitter for all children
without parental guidance.” Responsibility for TV’s impact
upon juvenile delinquency is divided between the industry
itself and parents.
That, in summary, was the answer of 152 radio-TV edi
tors to a question asked by the Senate Juvenile Delinquency
Subcommittee which is testing the link between TV violence
and juvenile crime.
Asked foi lheir views, most of
the editors defended the TV indus
try and opposed any regulation to
bring about reforms. They placed
much ofzthe blame on "weak-mind
ed adults" who allow their children
to look at anything and everything,
and who even guide their children
in bad taste by patronizing "mor
bid-low-level soap operas.”
The editors also scored the sys
tem of "block programming"—
scheduling by stations of "blocks’
of shows that give children a
steady, day after day diet of the
same programs.
Some editors insisted that,
while TV should police its own
violations of good taste, the
"burden of reform" is primarily
on parents, schools, and church
es. "If parents ban objectionable
shows, TV must ban them too, if
it wants to stay in business,"
it was stated.
Senator Robert C. Hendrickson
of New Jersey, subcommittee
chairman, in his letter to the edi
tors, stressed that "hundreds of
parents have protested mounting
crime and violence on TV’.”
In commenting on the answers
received, the Senator said. “Some
of the editors have conceded
frankly that they do not have first
hand knowledge of the degree of
harm, if any, that TV crime, hor
ror and sadism inflict upon young
sters. That is what we are trying
to determine.”
In their replies, most of the ed
itors said they had no evidence,
only "suspicions” that TV was con
tributing to delinquency. Only one
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Marian Congress
In Bom ba v, India
Sol For December
BOMBAY, India—(NC) A na
tional Marian Congress is to be
held in India in the first week of
December to mark the centenary
of the definition'ot the dogma of
the Immaculate Conception.
Sponsoied by His Eminence Val
erian Cardinal Gracias. Archbishop
ol Bombay, the Congress will be
attended b.v nearly 80 Bishops from
India and neighboring countries.
The themes to be discussed in
clude subjects like “The Answer to
the Challenge of Naturalism in
Life and Culture” and "The Mes
sage of the Immaculate.’”
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Sister Of Famed
Irish Patriot Dies
In Tokyo At 79
TOKYO—(Radio, NC) A nun
whose brother became an interna
tionally-known figure in the strug
gle for Irish independence died
here after a long illness at the age
of 79.
She was Sister St. Francis Xav
ier. of the Congregation of the In
fant Jesus, or St. Maurs Sisters
who had lived in Japan for 47
years. Her brother was Terence
McSwiney. Lord Mayor of Cork,
whose long hunger-strike in the
cause of Irish freedom ended with
his death in an English prison 34
years ago.
NEW YORK—(NO--Speed up of
the Catholic refugee program for
orphans and priests is the goal of
Msgr. Emil N. Komora. now on a
fact-finding tour of Western Eu
rope.
The executive director of the Ca
tholic Committee for Refugees,
N.C.W.C.. who left New York
aboard the Queen Elizabeth, will
survey legal problems in the move
ment of refugees and ways and
means to move the committee's or
phan program into higher gear.
Visits to the Vatican and to most
of the major western European na
tions will include conferences with
ecclesiastical authorities, social
welfare and immmigration officials.
Discussions will be focused on two
of the specialized phases of
committee's work in behalf
refugee priests and overseas
phans.
un
Re-
now
Over 500 refugee priests are
serving in dioceses throughout the
U.S. and almost 1.800 orphans, of
whom nearly one-third have al
ready been adopted, have been
placed in cooperation with the di-
Children's Group akes
Special Literary Course
Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerman, chil
dren’s librarian at the Bexley Pub
lic Library, is giving a special
course, Aug. 2 14. to the Children's
Literature Group at the College of
St. Mary of the Springs.
Well know n in the book world as
Mary Teeter, the librarian is dis
cussing children’s prose and poetry
of recent times. Possessing degrees
from Columbia and Ohio State uni
versities, Mrs. Zimmerman is also
librarian of the Bexley Elementary
School and secretary-treasurer of
the Ohio Library Association.
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will be hold this year Thursday, Oct, 21, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Alexander J, Glockner, president of the D.C.C.W. The
meeting will take place in the Neil House. Miss Margaret Clark,
pictured above, has been appointed general chairman of the Con
vention. Miss Clark, a member, of St. Joseph Cathedral parish, has
served as parish council president, recording secretary and chair
man of the budget committee of the central deanery. She has also
served as president of the Big Sisters Association.
2 Sisters From Springs
Will Attend Workshop
Anyone interested in joining a
guild or forming a new one may
do so by contacting Mrs. J. C.
Brainerd, 185 S. Davis Ave., at
CA-4-7508.
Christ the King school grounds
2855 Livington Ave., will be the
scene of an "Old Fashioned Ice
Cream Social” Friday. Aug. 20,
from 7 io 10 p.m. The event
is being sponsored by the PCCW
and the Holy Name Society.
Mrs. Eugene Walters and Mrs.
I^eo Mackin are the co-chairmen.
Ice cream, home-made cakes,
watermelon and soft drinks will
be available, and everyone is in
vited.
In the event of rain, the so
cial will be held the following
evening. Aug. 21.
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n PAYS 10 PATRONIZE
THE TIMES ADVERTISERS.
Fact-Finding Tour Will Speed
Progress Of Refugee Program
rectors of Catholic Charities in the
United States. Msgr. Komora said.
The Catholic Committee for
Refugees was established by the
Bishops of the U.S. in 1936 to pro
vide material and spiritual aid to
exiles forced to leave their home
land. The committee’s efforts on
behalf of displaced priests was in
augurated in 1948.
the
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Msgr. Komora, with Daniel
Quinn, executive assistant of the
Children's Division of the com
mittee, will study foreign and
domestic laws, regulations, pro
cedures and documentation as
well as protective measures to
insure adequate religious, legal
and social safeguards in the in
ternational movement of orphans
as provided for by Congress
der Section 5 of the Refugee
lief Act of 1953.
Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter of
St. Louis is chairman of the epis
copal committee.
Of Interest
To W omen
Four St. Ann Hospital Guilds re
cently welcomed new members.
Guild 14 now includes Mrs. Frank
Poletz. Mrs. Warren McFadden and
Mrs. Joseph Rapp. New members
of Guild 19 are Mrs. J. B. Coontz
and Mrs. John Mascari. Guild 32
has added Mrs. Gerry Guerini and
Mrs. Lawrence Irwin. The new
members of Guild 38 are Mrs.
James Delgran and Mrs. William
Grannan.
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Theater program is now carried by
close to 800 radio stations in many
parts of the world and reaches a
weekly audience estimated at more
than 3.500.000 persons.
The half-hour non-sectarian dra
matic show is heard in America
over more than 450 stations of the
Mutual Broadcasting System, and is
transmitted by independent sta
tions in Canada and overseas, by
60 stations of the Armed Forces
Radio Service, by the Voice of
America, and in Australia by the
Herald Broadcasting System.
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LISBON (NCi The ap
ostolate of the laity “is not a
devotional luxury nor yet an
other occupation, but the plain
duty which we all have ac
cording to our capacities.”
This point was made by Sir
Hugh Taylor, president of the
graduate division of Pax Rom
ana and Princeton IUniversity
professor, in an address to the
eighth general meeting of Pax Ro
mana held heie.
Sir Hugh, who is a Knight Com
mander of the Order of the British
Empire as veil as of the Order of
Gn-kory the rmpha-ized
that the apostolate of the laity
should be the constant preoccupa
tion of all Catholic intellectuals.
He spoke at the inaugural session,
which was presided over by Arch
bishop Fernando Cento. Papal Nun
cio to Portugal
Every profession can be the
means of a personal apostolate.
Sir Hugh said. In juxtaposition
to this consideration he placed
the modern "heresy of efficien
cy." This heresy, he said, is
blind to the necessity of moral
values in the lives of men, and
it ignores the fact that contem
plation is an essential element to
the inteqration of the profes
sions with the primary vocation
of the apostolate.
ing of Pax Ro
a Mass cele
Cardinal Gon-
The general meet
mana opened with
brated by Manuel
calves Cerejeira. Patriarch of Lis
Eon, and was attended by Arch
bishop Manuel Tnndade Salgueiro,
Auxiliary of Lisbon. From Lisbon
the sessions moved to Fatima,
where the lay apostolate of those
engaged in the liberal arts profes
sion was considered
Pfrx Romana is not what is tech
nically known as a "peace organi
zation.” Rather it is an interna
tional community of university
Catholic men and women with a
program of complete Christian for
mation rather than of any special
ized work. Its annual international
congress is its principal instru
ment for concerted action. The
present meetings in Lisbon are be
ing held tor Catholic graduate stu
dents and protessionals.
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