12—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, May 13, 1955
15.000 Attend Opening
Of Coeta Rica Congress
SAN JOSE. Costa Rica (NO—
A crowd of 15,000 attended the
opening of the second National
Eucharistic Congress at the Nation
al Stadium here.
One of the first acts of the Con
gress was to send a telegram to
His Eminence Santiago Luis Car
dinal Copello, Archbishop of Buen
os Aires, expressing “profound
sympathy” and offering prayers to
Jesus in the Holy Eucharist for
the Argentinian Catholics.
His Eminence Carlos Mana Car
dinal de la Torre, Archbishop of
Quito and Papal Legate to the Con
gress, said on his arrival here that
Latin America will become a
stronghold a a i nst destructive
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A study of the canonical legislation
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the Church has just been published
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Hie book called “precepts” is
written by Msgr. Edward Roelkner,
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Motion Pictures Classified
Following ta a list of motion pictures
reviewed and classified by the National
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Claw A Section 1 Unobjectionable
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Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy,
African Adventure, Animal Farm, An
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Operation Manhunt, Out of This World,
Paris Playboys, Passion. Path of the
Kingdom, Princess Cinderella.
Quest for a Loet City.
Rage at Dawn. Raid, Rembrandt, Ro
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Sea of Lost Ships, Seminole Uprising.
Seven Angry Men, Snow Creature, Stran
ger on Horseback.
This Island Earth, Timberjack. Treas
ure of the Ruby Hills, Two Gun Teacher,
Two Guns and a Badge.
Vanishing Prairie, Victory at Sea.
White Orchid, Wyoming Renegade.
Class A Section 2 Unobjectionable
Bamboo Prison, Bedeviled. Beggar’s Opera,
Big Tip Off, Black 13, Both Sides of the
Law, Bullet Is Waiting, Bullet for Joey.
Captain Lightfoot, Creaure With the
Atom Brain, Cult of the Cobra.
Dancing 'With Crime Day of Triumph
(This film, a representation in part fic
tional, of a period in the life of Christ,
is based upon a modern interpretation of
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8 Protestant version of the New Teata
ment. Presented in a reverent and in
spirational manner, it contains variances
from and omissions of Scriptural and
theology truths i. Dial Red O. Doctor in
the House, Down Three Dark Streets.
East of Eden, Escape to Burma, Edge
of Divorce, End of the Affair.
Fire Over Africa. Four Ways Out (U. S.
Gate of Hell, Good Die Young, The
Green Fire, Green Magic.
Heart of the Matter, Hell Below Zero,
Indiscretion of an American Wife, In
Jump Into Hell, Jupiter’s Darling.
Life in the Balance. Leonardo da Vinci'
"The Last Supper”, Long John Silver.
Mad Magician, Magnificent Obsession,
Make Haste to Live, Marty, Mighty Fort
New Orleans. Uncensored.
On the Waterfront, Outcast.
Prince of Players, Port of Heil, Purple
Return to Treasure Island, Ring of
Fear. Riot in Cell Block 11.
Sabaka. Secret Assignment, Shanghai
Story, Silver Chalice, Spice of Life, Steel
Cage, Stranger's Hand, Strange Lady in
Town, Suddenly, Security Risk.
Tight Spot, Tonight’s the Night, Trom
bo, Tropic Zone, Trouble on the Trail.
Violent Men, Voice ot Silence (U. S.
prints!. Vice Squad.
Young at Heart.
Class Objectionable in part.
About Mrs. Leslie, Act of Love, All
Ashore, Americano, Arena.
Bad for Each Other. Bait. Barefoot
Contessa. Battle Cry. Beauties of the
Night, Bells of St. Trinian. Big House,
Big Night, Bigamist. Blackboard Jungle,
Black Tuesday Bread, Love and Dreams.
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl, Cap
tive Women. Cell 24S5, Chance Meeting,
Chicago Syndicate, Conquest of Space,
Court Martial, Crash Out, Cry Vengenee.
Deep in My Heart. Destination Matri
mony. Destry, Doomed, Duffy of San
Earrings of Madame De. Egyptian.
Face to Face, Fear and Desire. Five
Against the House, Forbidden. Forever
Female. Flame and the Flesh, Fugitive
Gang Busters, Golden Mistress. Gorilla
Here Come the Girls, Hell’s Island. Hit
the Deck, Holiday for Henrietta, Hood
lums, The Human Desire.
Innocents in Paris.
Kiss Me Kate.
Land of Fury, Laughing Anne. Lime
light, Looters, The Love in the City
(U.S.A, prints), Lure of tho Sila.
Man Behind the Gun, Man Between.
Man Crasy. Man in the Attie, Man With
My Face, Mambo, Man Without a Star,
Marauders, Mesea of Ixwt Women, Mo
gambo, Murder Is My Beat, Murder 'With
Naked Alibi. New Faces. New York
Confidential, Niagara, Night Without
O Congocero O. K. Nero, Operation
Secret, Other Women, Overcoat.
Paris Model. Playgirl Phffft. Pleasure
Garden President’s Lady, Problem Girls,
Raeero, Return to Paradise, Rogue Cop,
Rome 11 o'clock. Run for Cover.
Shield of Murder, Shotgun, Sms of
Rome, Siren of Bagdad, Six Bridges to
Cross, So This Is Paris, South See Wo
men, Strange Deception, Strange Witness,
Susan Slept Here. System
Ten Men Wanted. Theodora. Slave
Empress i U. S. prints) There’s No
Business Like Show Business. Thy Neigh
bor's Wife, This Is My Love, Three for
the Show, Top of the World. Twist of
Fate, Two Cents Worth of Hope, Too
Young for Love.
Vera Crux. Violent Saturday.
Waterfront. Wayward Wife (U. I. A.
prints). Women, Wieked Women.
Bendit, The (Italian! Behind Closed
Shuttere. Blue Angel, Bullet for Stephano,
A, Carnival in Flanders, Dede* Devil in
the Flesh, Devil’a Sleep, Flesh Will Sur
render (Italian). It's Forever Springtime,
Jungle Stampede. Just a Big Simple Girl,
Kartmojo. 1a Ronde, Ixivers of Verona,
Manon. Marie du Port. Merry Chaae, Miss
Julia, Mom and Dad, Moon Is Blue, The:
No Orchids for Miss Blandish, Of Love
and Bandits, Oh, Amelia!: Paris Nights,
Paris Waltz., Room I'pstairs. Royal Affair.
A Ror.ina. the Ixive Child Sacred La
tuka Scandal* of the Clochemerk, Seven
Deadly Sine, Sinners, She Shoulda Said
No Story of Rob and Sally, The. Strange
Triangle. Street Corner, Strollers, Three
Forbidden Stories, Thrill That Kills, Timet
Gone By, Ways of Love, Wench. The
Young and Damned. Violated, Sensualita,
French Line (Objection: Suggestive and
inderent action, costuming, and dialogue.
In incidents of subject matter and treat
ment it is gravely offensive to Christian
and traditional atandard* of morality and
decency and is capable of grave, evil in
fluence upon those who patronize it, es
pecially youth, reports the Legion of
Decency!. Girls Marked Dancer, 1a Plaisir,
One Summer of Hlppineoa. Lovers. Happy
Lovers, Garden of Eden, Illicit Interlude,
Game of Life, Mademoiselle Gobetts, They
Were So Young.
We Want a Child: This film deals with
a subject morally objectionable for pre
sentation in entertainment motion picture
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Jesuits to Open
WHEELING. W. Va. (NC)
A dream out of the past
century will achieve fulfill
ment on September 8 when
Wheeling College will open its
doors to men and women stu
With a completely new phy
sical plant constructed under
the initiative of Archbishop
John J. Swint, Bishop of
Wheeling, the college will be oper
ated by the Jesuit Fathers of the
The new college represents the
first major activity for the Jesuit
Order in the state of West Virgin
ia. However, an old record book
recently unearthed in Baltimore
shows that on September 24, 1846,
the Consultors of the Jesuits’ Mary
land Province discussed favorably
the establishment of a college at
Wheeling, and had the sanction of
The college is located on a 60
acre tract of land in the eastern
residential suburbs. This tract
once formed a part of the lands of
the Monastery of the Visitation.
A full four-year program of
courses in the arts and sciences
is visualized, but only freshman
enrollments are being accepted
for the Fall of 1955. A new class
will be added each year until the
four-year enrollment is complete.
Directing the new college will be
Father Lawrence R. McHugh, S.J.,
veteran Navy chaplain of the Pacif
ic campaign and formerly Dean of
Admissions at Georgetown Univer
On Art Features
Catholic philosopher Etienne Gil
son told an overflow audience at
the National Gallery of Art here
that a “lifetime is not long enough
to understand the message of all
the paintings waiting for us on
“It is not too soon for us to
start,” he said in his last of a
series of six A.W. Mellon Lectures
in the Fine Arts. Dr. Gilson is
rector of studies at the Pontifical
Institute of Medieval Studies in
Toronto. It was the second time in
four seasons that a Thomist has
given the lecture series.
Speaking on the general subject,
“Art and Reality,” Dr. Gilson said:
“He who exposes himself to cre
ative art may discover an endless
accumulation of beauty is in prog
ress ... He will find himself in
contact with the closest analogue
there is with being." He told
his audience that good art “adds
something to reality.” He suggest
ed that reproductions of bad art
may be destroyed “because they
add nothing to reality.”
A person may not think he likes
modern art. Dr. Gilson said, but
much of the advertising he sees
and reacts to has been strongly
influenced by it.
theaters. Furthermore, the treatment ef
the theme seriously offends Christian and
traditional standards of morality.
(Keep Ihis listing for future reference.)
High Court Backs
Private School Ban
WASHINGTON (NC) The
United States Supreme Court has
let stand a decision of the Wiscon
sin Supreme Court which, in effect,
holds that a private, non-tax sup
ported school is not as important
to the general welfare as a public
The nation’s highest tribunal
dismissed an appeal brought
against the Wisconsin decision be
cause it found there was want of
a substantial Federal question.
The case originated a year ago
when City Building Inspector Sid
M. Sinar of Wauwatosa, Wis., re
fused to issue a* permit for con
struction of a Lutheran high school
in a residential zone of Wauwa
tosa. Inspector Sinar held the city’s
zoning law barred the school con
struction. The zoning laws would
allow building of a public school
in the area, but not a private
Made in Colombia
BOGOTA, Colombia (NC)
Protests were lodged here with the
Ministry of Education charging
that the Central Baptist College in
Bogota is violating the law by giv
ing Protestant religious instruction
to its Catholic students.
According to the protests, offi
cials of the Baptist college have
been distributing copies of a Prot
estant New Testament among the
48 students, most of them Catho
lics, so that they can hear a com
mentary by a Protestant pastor
during* class hours.
It was further charged that Cath
olic students are obliged to attend
Protestant services at the college
or otherwise incur penalties, even
the risk of being expelled.
BERLIN (NC) A manual
for army instructors on teaching
atheism to inductees has been is
sued by the Polish government, ac
cording to a report reaching here.
Bearing the title of “Thesis and
Bibliography for the Program of
the Circles Studying Dialectic and
Historical Materialism,” the book
is a guide to atheistic propaganda
among the soldiers.
A special effort is made by po
litical officers to indoctrinate in
ductees in marxism and the so
called “scientific approach” to
problems of life. During their two
year stay in the armed forces, the
boys are subjected to a constant
barrage of propaganda, marked by
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British Sculptor to Make
Stations for U.S. Trappists
LONDON (NC) American
Trappists have commissioned Peter
Watts, leading English Catholic
sculptor, to make Stations of the
Cross for Gethsemane Abbey in
Kentucky, it has been announced
The stations are being prepared
of the famous Bath stone, at Mr.
Watts’ studio at Bath in western
England. They will be taken by
the artist to the United States thia
Fall so that he may supervise their
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